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ASSOCIAXHTP raESS DAILY.
SALEM, OREGON, VmDTXps&JCi , JAmTABY , I8.
' Here if is. mama ! '
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are leaders in their line, and are making
some big reductions, and odds and ends and
single pair lots we will follow the crowd
and call in at 275 Commercial street
3C No Trouble to Show You Through and Give Prices, A.
Hardware, Tinware, Barbed Wire
Blacksmith Supplies, Stoves and Machincry'at
Examine our large and complete stock, Always prompt and
,j Can save you money on Underwear,
m hosiery, boys' clothing, table linen,?
overalls, gloves, tinware, Keep your
eye on THE FAIR,
274 COMMERCIAL ST
COLLEGE OF MUSIC
of Ibe Willamette Oniuersity.
-JUNDBR NEW MANAGEMENT,-
Modern method. lUn to date. Same as In the eastern and European Conservatories
None but the best l nood enouch for beginners an well as for more advanced pupils,
V. C. HAWLEV. President
It. A HfcKITAGE Vocal Director
EMIL L. WINKLER, Instrumental Director.
It'll Be - .
. - ft SHAME I -
Really it will, to let such a chance pass you for buying
Clothing, Furnishing Goods,
as we wilof fer for the next fifteen days at our
as we will after Feb. 1st occupy the room at 115 State st, It isn't
a sale of afew lots or things, but
AtiiurutU.'nf, JSC '
All the Furnishing Goods,
All the Hats and Caps, X
All the Trunks and Valises.
Must go if it costs us a fortune in losses,
w- '" " f V
G, W, JOHNSON & SON,
257 Commercial Stfc;
W. R, ALLIN, ' Agent Mortgagee,
The Shoe Store they
all talk about, where
you can get just what
you want and do not
have to pay the two
prices, either as
CHALLENGE TO SCOTT
To Print the Records of the
LET THE PEOPLE KNOW
How the Portland Machine Gang
Broke Al! Pledges.
Mr. Harvey Scott, edlUr Oregenian:
You are publishing all the abuse
heaped upon the legislature for failure
to keep platform pledges that Demo
cratic and Populist paper can print,
besides what you can invent. You
are crucifying tho party between two
thieves, as It were. We make you the
Will you print the state nnd county
platform pledgcs,and'the names of tho
Republican members who introduced
and voted for measures to kcop those
Will you print tho roll-calls on those
measures and all questlonsof economy
that came up In both houses, as re
corded In the printed journals of tho
Will you print the names of Repub
lican senators and representatives
who incurred expenditures for lllfji
priced clerks, Investigating com
mlttccs, mileage and perquisites?
Print these facts In your own paper
and let the public Judge whether It
was tho Portland gang, "tho thirty,"
or whoever It was that failed of their
duty to the people and party.
You keep charging that the legis
lature was recreant In its duty. That
-is a question of fivcU upon the record.
Will you glvo tho people tho facts
and allow them to Judgo for thorn
B3lves, instead of continually misrep
resenting them ?
Aro you willing to allow your
friends, Paxton, Long and Simon,
whom you put forward to demand an
extra session and as apostles of Re
publican economy allow them to
Bhlne In the electric blazo of their
own records, Instead of -crucifying
the whole Republican party for their
sins and short comings? Will you
do It ? Dare you tell the truth ?
Dare you deny that these men pass
ed the electric-light contract bill, the
text book contract bll Hn'03,defeated
repeal of tho railroad commission,
slaughtered reform In the, house of Its
friend? If you dare then you dar6
publish tho legislative record.
If you are afraid, then you Btand
coudemed as a fraud beforo tho pcoplo
You wrote a reform platform and
then sent a gang to tho legislature
(except two men you could not con
trol) to prevent thoso reforms and
and break all their pledges.
We challenge you to publish the
legislative proceedings from the re
cords, which tho people cannot other
wise obtain except at $4.00 a set.
LOWER THE TAXES.
Marlon county reduces taxes, has
wiped out her floating debt and given
the people a good economical admin
istration. The city of Salem has lived within
its Income the past year and will re
duce the tax levy two mills.
Salem school district has been en
larged and a much reduced lovy should
be made. All cities are reducing their
levy. Portland levies less than ono
mill. Better have a deficit than an
Senator Por Maryland.
Annapolis, Jan. 22 Congressman
George L. Wellington was nominated
by the Republican members of the
legislature to succeed Charles II. Gib
son in the United States senate.
m mil AifcvtfL
Washington, Jari. 22. About Fob-
ruary 10th tho treamtnry department
will resume tho colWgo of silver dol
lars and contlnhe until about $18,000.-
000 have ucencolifu). When the ad
ministration came til there was In the
treasury nbout $20,600,000 in silver dol
lars,colncd from bullion under the act
of 1890and available for the redemption
of treasury notes ladled In payment of
bullion purchases. Since August 1803,
about 818,000,000 of? thoso notes have
been redeemed In 'Silver dollars and
cancelled. Tho secretary of the treas
ury has now decidoq to coin from tlto
bullion on hand and
tho act of I800,ahonfi $18,000,000, which
will restore tho amount of.dollars In
tho treasury to what It was March 4,
1803. The uvonujo cost or silver
bullion purchased under the Sherman
act was 71 J cents oivthe dollars, which
leaves a gain or seigniorage of 2.'U
cents on the dollar.-)
THE TREATY, OF BERLIN
England Agreed fto Protect the
., Armenians. '
Resolution of the Senate Calling on
Her tofoo It,
, WabuinqboNj Jail. 22. Cullom from
tho scnato committee on foreign re
lations reported at resolution In tho
scnato today, In delation to tho Ar
menian trouble, it recites tho pro
vision of th treaty of Berlin as to
religious freedom and resolves It is
tho duty of tho United States to ex
press tho hopo that tho European
powers may bring; about a carrying
out of tho treaty nnd requests the
president to transmit thls resolution
to tho power s.
Washington, Jan. 22. About ono
hundred silver men were present at
today's conference, under tho auspices
of tho American Bimetallic League.
General A. J. Warner, on calling the
conference to order, said the tlino had
come for action. There was no real
winning fight In a detachment Ins I do
tho organizations controlled by gold
San Fhancisco, Jan. 22. The su
preme court rendered an important
decision declaring that tho stockhold
era of the defunct Pacific bank aro In
dividually liable for tho debts of the
corporation. Tho decision was ren
dered in tho suit of Matthew Mc
Gowan as assignee of numerous credi
tors of tho bank, against tho stock
holders. Two For Sliver.
SaltLakk, Jan. 22. Frank J. Can
non and Arthur Brown were elected
to tho United States senate with but
two dissenting votes among Republi
can members of tho legislature yester
day. Senator Brown, among other things,
said: "Ono of my greatest alms will
bo to hoist tho cause of silver at tho
needed ration of 10 to 1,"
A list of the names ou a petition
that was presented to the council on
January 21, 1800, asking the council to
reduce salaries and wages of empleyes:
R. P Boise,
L. M. Haines,
W. M. Cherrlngton,
T. A. Albert,
R. B. Duncan,
W. A. Hamilton.
F. I. Chcrrlgton,
F. T. Barnes,
A. N, Moorca
Boise & Barker,
Geo. S. Rold,
II. B. Cronk,
G. A. Buck,
J. L. Thompson.
Mrs. T. Hubbard,
Seth R. Hummer,
J. M. Huber,
O. P. Bishop,
A. F. McAtee,
O, E. Kraussc,
Ladd & Bush,
J. M. Wallace,
G. P. Litchfield,
S. M. Long,
J. M. Lawrence,
0. G. Savago,
F. N. Derby,
D. II. LaFollett
M. E. Goodcll,
S. T. Northcutt,
J. C. Brown,
D. F. Wagner,
D. W. Joseph,
J. L, Rlggs,
1. L. Patterson,
i Ed. Weller,
Ray T. Fanner,
8. R Jcastip,
I John Hughes,
Lot L. Pearce,
M. L. Chamberlln,
T. II. Wilcox,
, J. W. Harrltt.
W. II. Osborne,
SOME FOREIGN NEWS
Princo Henry of Battenberg
Americans In Great Want and
Are Starving. '
London, Jan. 22. News of tho
death of Prince Henry of Battenberg
was received at Osborne, Islo of Wight
early today. The Queen and Princess
are prostrated with grief. Princo
Henry went to Ashantee. In a special
capacity, and contracted fever there,
which terminated fatally,
Nkw Britian, Conn., Jan. 22.--H.
Argus', nn Armenian recently of this
city, Is In receipt of a letter from a '
friend in Armenia, which states that
between 3,000 and 10,000 natives ha.'o
been massacred and that upwards of
100,000 aro starving. Tho snow Is
sovcral feet deep. Some Armenians
have taken to eating grain. Of COO
villages, 64 have been sacked and
burned by tho Turks nnd Kurds. Tho
remainder aro occupied by butchering
soldiers. Twelve American missions!
In tho district have been burned.
Tho lives of Americans havo been
spared, but they aro In great want,
and somo nro starving.
Tacoma, Jan. 22. Tho price of No.
1 club wheat jumped from r0 to 63
'cents toanyr-nour anvanccu tti cents
per barrel Bran, shorts, oats and
barley, show $1 per ton Increnso. Tho
demand for wheat for export Is
MISS OVERMAN'S WISH
She Deslros to Tell the Board
Tho Voluminous Document She
Has Ready to Present.
SAN Fkanoihco, Jan. 22. Miss Mat
tlo Overman has demanded tho right
to appear before tho board of inquiry (
which Is to try tho charges of Immor
ality brought against Rev. Dr. C. O.
Brown, and give her version of tho
affair, which has sodlstrcsscd tho pco
plo of tho church and interested tho
public. Miss Overman lias prepared
a voluminous document, and, llko tho
Rov. Dr. Brown, Insists upon tho ,
privilege of reading It to tho mem
bers of tho Joint committee. Her re
quest was discussed nt somo length,
and tho opinion prevailed that it
should be granted.
Tho statement of tho young woman
is very long, reviewing all tho inci
dents which havo become public prop
erty slnco tho arrest of Mrs. Davidson.
Particular attention Is paid to the lot
tors which Miss Overman wrote to
her friend, Mrs. Tunnell. Theso let
ters will constitute ono of tho most
Important features of tho inquiry.
Tho committee Is particularly anxious
to know whether or not thoy aro gen
uine. When they aro convinced of
that fact by Inspection, thoy will then
Institute a very rigid cross-oxamlna-.
In asking to appear beforo tho board
of Inquiry Miss Overman submit her
self to Us rules. Her statement will
form tho basis for cross-examination
of a very thorough character. Judg
ing by the slzo of the written state
ments of facta, Mlas Overman will
tako about three hours to read tho
paper. Whqn she shall read It has
not been determined.
Miss Oveaman had prepared two
very elaborate statements of her con
nection with tho caso. Ono of them
Is In tho possession of'lhe police, and
tho othor Is still held by the young
woman, pending the action of Inquiry.
Tho first of theso documents has now
become of tho greatest Importance,
Itecauso It was made at a time when
the letters which wore written by
Miss Overman to Mrs Tunnell were
not known to th public. The first
document, It may lw Interesting to
khow, was dictated to the police bo
fore Christmas, nnd no refcrenc
whatever Ismadcto the letters penned
to Mrs. Tunnell.
Theso letters were prlvato property
then, and so far as known only two
pursuns wore nwnro of their contents.
Miss Overman's defense was made up
of other material. Sho mot the
charge or Mm. Davidson upon other
grounds. She was ready to produce
letters which were written to her by
Dr. Brown nt tho very time Mrs.
Davidson charged thatnn amour was
Theso letters, as already related,aro
barren of the suggestion of nllectlon.
They will still form n strong part of
tho case as Dr. Drown and Miss Over
man will present it to tho hoard of
inquiry. But In view or tho second
document, which was furnished yes
terday, and to which detailed refer
ences was nnilo last night, tno Brown
lettors constitute an in Incident .of
only minor luportaucc.
In tho second statement Miss
Overman lays particular stress upon
tho letters which sho wrote to Mis.
Tunnell. Theso Iott rs must bo ex
plained. Thccommittco Isa unit In
tho opinion that theso letters form
tho most Important- feature of tho In
vestigation. In tht second statement
Miss Overman tries to supdly tho ex
planation. Down to One-Half
Washington, Jan. 22. Tho treas
ury Tuesday lost $2,600,000 In gold
bars Tor expert: $08,000 In coin, and
$11,000 In Jewelry bars, making a
total loss for tho day of $2,682,000.
Tills reduces tho gold reserve to
THE CAUCUS CONTESTS
George L, Wellington, Senator
The Deadlock Still Continues in
Annaiomb, Jiiii. 22. Tho legisla
ture In Joint session today ratified
action of last nlght'u Republican
caucus and olected Congressman Geo.
L. Wellington to succeed Charles II.
Gibson, as United States senator. Of
Republicans seventeen refused to
vote. Ono voted for Goldmorough.
Elglit Democrats refused to abide by
caucus nomination Sonator John
W. Smith, Gorman candidate but
voted for other candidates.
Tin: caucus contkst.
Last iilght's caucus met nt 8 o'clock
nnd a stormy debato ensued over a
motion Introduced by Speaker Mudd
to make tho action of tho caucus bind
ing as u party measure. To this Sen
ator Rangall olTcrcd a substitute that
It should bo binding only upon these
who had no conscientious scruples
against voting for tho nominee. Botli
were withdrawn finally, and tho bal
loting began. Upon tho first call It
was found that Wellington had se
cured 40 out of 78 votes present, and
a rush to change began. Tho nomi
nation was ultimately ununimous.
Prior to tho change, tho ballot stoed:
Wellington , . .40
No nomination for state treasurer
was made by tho caucus beforo adjournment.
Highcit of all in Lcavtalag Power. Late U. S, Gov't Ktpert '
Three Killed and the Train
j.' A Close Contest 'for the Senator
ship In Kentucky.
Columiiuh.O., .Ian. 22.- Tho engine
on the New York and St. Louis .
press, west bound, on tho LitUe
Miami railroad.oxplodcd this morning
ono and a half miles west of Charlt
ton, killing Engineer Clark, A. Ttvm
bio and Fireman George Waters. The
track Is all torn up. Tho train left
New York last night. All tho ear
were wrecked except tho sloepcr.
Six passengers were slightly Injure .
Skdalia, Ml., Jan. 22. The nor h
bound freight train crashed Into n
south bound passenger train on tho
Missouri, Kansas & Texas road, tit's
morning, ono mile south of Boone
vlllc, killing Frank Berry, firemen
of tho freight engine, and badly
wounding tho two engineers, Al. Mi
Donald and A. Hestler.nnd Conductor
Harvoy J. Smith of tho passcngir
train, and and Harris, of tho frolgU
train. Hostler and Harris may dl(.
Somo passengers were hurt, but nono
Fkankfout, Ky., Jan. 22. Not
withstanding thoeompromlfioto post
pone tho senatorial ojectlon Ull next
month, both branches of the legisla
ture balloted separately, as follews:
Hunter , 07
Blackburn did not hold tho demo
cratic vote. Poor, populist, voted for
Claronco F. Bates, populist. If ho
had voted for Hunter ns exacted, the
litter would still havo one short, as
00 votes nro necessay to a choice.
FitANKKonr, Jan. 22. Tho tlist
Joint ballot for United States senator
todny resulted as follews: Hunter, 08;
Blackburn, 68; Carlisle, 2; McCrcary,
0; Wilson, 1; Buckner, 1.
Against the Monroe Doctrine.
Washington, Jan. 22. A feature
of 'today's session of tho scnato was
tho spoech of Senator Wolcott in
opposition to tho Monroe doctrine.
VALLEY LOCAL NEWS.
Grandpa Newsom Is on tho sick list
Fred Chapman, formerly of Brooks,
now living at Tho Dalles, spent a few
days visiting friends and his parents
at this place, returning to tho upper
country Monday, whore ho will re
sumo Ills work.
31 rs. E. W, Chapman has been bed
fast but is now recovering.
Tho revival services will continue
during tho week.
Harry Phillips is layed up with a
sore foot caused by a cut with an ax.
Alex LaFollett had business In
Mr. Strang, of Portland, was up on
Durlug tho meetings there has beeu
somo disturbance caused by miscon
duct of parties outside of tho bulkl-ing.