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SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1899.
Men's long "Boston" boots
Men's long "Bay state" boots
Men's short "Boston" boots
Men's short "Bay state" boots
Men's long "snag proof" boots
Men's short "snag proof" boots
Men's Boston storm rubbers
Ladies' Boston storm rubbers
Tliis reduction includes every rubber in the store.
There is no old stock in this line, Everything
is this year's make, You'll not find us "just out"
when you come for a pair.
N?uJ York Racket
Wc must mac more room for our spring stock
and will make special prices to sell.
SALEM SHOE STORE,
It. II. LEA
88 State Street,
Hi to 12
v gy rj . g jfii r9 ld TEi? KV
& &hoe ?tore
W 94 State street,
WK PAY IIIOI1KST
011BGON UllHEN AND Will FRUIT CO.
Ladies' Fine Imt. French Kid
Hand Turn? Latest Coin Toe.
Sold by every dealer in the
city at $4.50 to $5.00.
Next door to Ladd & Bush's Bank
HAY INI) OATS
!iS Slate Sited, Siltm.illre
FOR ALL TRADES.
A man wight as well try to work
with his hands alone unless he has
the tools that help.
is none too good for the man that
1ops the work.
can alway he found at
Passes a Fillipino Res
olution. Reiterating the Declaration
The Back of the Blizzard Is
Il- ANnilittnl PrrN In Hip Joiirnnl.
Wabiiinoton, Feb. I . In the sen
the McEnery resolution carried 20 to
Teller, Colorado, made a brier state
ment to the senate, In which he said
ho proposed to vote for tho McEnery
resolution. Ho knew of no agreement
to adopt that resolution but It was in
practical accord with views which lie
had expressed hcrtofore. He hoped,
he said, those views might be curried
out and crystal ized Into law, Ho was
was proceeding to discuss some of the
intendments which lie said would be
offered to tho McEnory resolution,
when Allison said: "No amendments
can be offered to the resolution under
tho unanimous-consent agreement."
In response to the statement made,
McLauriu (S. O.) explained how the
unanimous-consent agreement was
reached, and then said:
"I do know that there aro senators
in this chamber who would not have
voted for the treaty ir they iiad
not been assured of an opportun
ity to vote upon the McEnery
resolution. If any senator was
not present when the unanimous
consent agreement was made, It was
his own fault, I give notice, that 1
shall object to any violation of the
The McEnery resolution N in fol fel fol
eows: "That by the rutlllcctlon or
the treaty of peace with Spain, It Is
not Intended to Incorporate the in
habitant or the Philippines Into I he
cltlfcnslilpofthe Trilled Stales, nor
Is it Intended permanently to annex
said islands as an Integral part of the
territory of the United States, hut
It Is the intention of the United
States to establish a government suit
able to the wants and conditions or
tho inhabitants of Mild Islands, to
prepare them for local self-government
in due time, and to make such dispo
sition of the islands as will best pro
mote the Interests of the cltl.ens
of the United Stales and Inhabitants
of the Islands.
Washington, Feb. II. The htorru
swept past Washington at midnight,
and tills morning the sun x shone
bright. Washington is still cut off
from railroad communication. Dur
ing the blizzard yesterday evening
and night tw score of persons were
picked up partly or wholly uncon
scious Wasiiinoton, Feb. H. The
weather bulletin says: "Clearing
weather rapidly followed the storm
and this morning Is cold and clear In
the Atlantic region except New Eng
land and eastern New York, where
clouds still remain."
Chicaoo, Feb. 14. Frozen water
plugs pievonted tho department .from
getting a stream on Humes that broke
out In a seven-story brick house, 10 to
24 West Water street, toduy and re
sulted In great damage. It is said
that live or six people perished In the
llumts, but this has net been yerllied.
The tire is spreading rapidly and it
looks as If the number or surrounding
buildings would suffer severe damage.
New Youic, Feb. 14. With a clear
sky overheard once moro,oceun steam
ers began coming In at an early hour
this morning. It Is believed many
steamers arrived outside during the
bllward and will reach port later.
Olvmnla. Feb. 14. In both houses
the usual number or bills were killed
by indellnlle postponement at the sea
slon. The senate reused to concur In
the amendments ror appropriations
ror Ellensburg and Cheey normul
Pennsylvania No quorum.
Utah No change.
News From Samoa.
II Aaaorlntril I'reaa to (he Journal.
AUCKLAND, N. Z., Feb. Il.-The
advice from Samoa under the dale of
February 8, report that anarch? and
rebellion still prevail there
FittyvTwo Members Out of Ninety Now
on Record Against the Trust,
The Bill Gets 28 Votes in
39 Favor Reconsideration Wednesday
at Three P. M.
Tlio Daly public school text-book raforin bill was lost In the House on
tirst nullot Monday by 28 to 'Jo, poyen
enough arc known to have expressed themselves for the bill to ensure Its
passage on linal vote.
The friends of the measure arc vory hopeful oflts becoming a law, but
realise that It will rcqulro tho presence of every anirmatlvo vote. Following
uouse memnors recorded themselves
M "QUE EN,
Out of THIRTY senators following TWENTY-FOUR members
posed of all parties supported the DalyvText-book bill In tho Senate:
DALY or Lake.
DALY or Benton,
M AUK ay;
The bill has so far received tho support of f2 men in both houses, with 28
THE IIATTLK IN THE IIOUSK.
By sharp practice of tho opposition tho Daly text-book bill wus to go to a
vote In the House without debate. The supporters of the American Book Co.
work silently and avoid all discussion. It the members of the House could
hear the matter fully discussed as It w'as In tho Sonatc, ifthoy could hear
such earnest menus tho two Dulys, Fulton, Haines. Driver, Mackay, Mlchcll,
Mulkey, Smith and Wade, thore would bo an overwhelming majority ror tlio
bill. But tho acoustic properties or the House arc so bud that little discus
sion Is possible
The opposition to the bill In Multnomah county was a surprise, Moody
and Myers alone voting for the hill. Four Portland niembors led by Beach
even went so fur us to vote against reconsideration nu roll call.
Marlon county cat nlmost a6olld vote ror the bill, McCulloch alone
lighting cyen ugalnst reconsideration. Of the eighteen Union niembors
present every man voted ror the bill except Blackaby, Fordney, McAllister,
Plaits and Shcrwln.
The Daly text-book hill bus won the support of tho most conscientious
and best educated men or both Iioukcs, Its most earnest champions are the
practical lire-long educators HkoCum'mlngs or Marlon, Stewart of Jackson,
Nichols or Benton, (Belong Republicans who consider this bill tho all-Important
measure of this session, that will save the common people hard cash, to
say nothing or Its being a mcrnuro to promote the cfllcleucy o' the public
schools a proposition ir true that ought to appeal to any man with a drop
of American blood in his veins.
The young men or the House, men like Moody or Multnomah, Stlllman or
Umatilla, Young or Clatsop, Davis or Lincoln, arc tho most earnest cham
pions or the measure. The age and oxperlcnco or the Houso and Senate are
ror tlio bill. Buck or all tho masses or the people demand this reform and
will have it.
Continued on Sosond Page.
A RESTRvININQ ORDKR.
Issued by Judge Boise at Requ st
Salem law olllccrs were kept hot to
lato hours last ulght, getting nut
papers In a big law suit Involving tho
vulldlty or the Woodburn charUir
pusscd by tho present legislature.
The flultls brought by Roy, Ben. A.
Cuthoy, by his attornoys, Win. II.
Holmes and Uiiyden und MuNary.
McNnry to restrain tho city (Mirers
and election olllccrs or Woodburn from
holding an election on February Ifi
under the new rcferendem charter on
mutters or Importance to the city.
The question or Issuing the order
was argued Just berore noon to Judge
Bolo at Chambers, and the prelimi
nary order was grunted. Deputy
Sheriff Ben Colbath went to Woodburn
this afternoon to serve tho papers,
as follews: L. W. Qulsi, mayor; Al
dermaa John Jates, Chas Scott, S. F.
Perry, A. L. Cornwall; election olllccrs
J. A. Austin, S. W. Bettlemoir, Spen
cer Perry, A. S. Auterton. Chas L.
Ogle; City recorder J. A, Knight;
Murslial, W. II. Miller: Treasurer
Robert Scott, and the city or Wood
Marlon Circuit Court,
W. L. Loughmlller was granted a
divorce by Judge Boise in department
In department No. I the cusc or
John Ludovetzke, plaintiff, vs Archie
Woirord defendent, an action for
damages for the seduction or the
plaintiffs daughter Is on trial to u
jury, composed or the following named ;
gentleman: Chas. McCormacK, l. j,
Purkhurat, John Craig, John Nicol, J.
L.Cook, Goo. B. Hoyenden, M. Dor
man, C. C. Goodale, Andrew Hughes.
W. W.Elder O. G. Olveu and II.
Kruus. The case huV occupied the
court all day.
At Clackamas, of Christian Morlock
fly Aaanclnfed lraa to llip Journal.
Okbcon City, Or., Feb. 14. The
remains of Christian Morlock, a far
mer, wliu has been missing for two
months found at Clackamas Heights.
In the brush, thW morning, a revolver
was laying between his legs. Appear
ances Indicate suicide.
)r. MlUNtftl'UauraSfic M.aliaruMH
the' House on First Roll CsAXm
motubers bolng absent. Of those absent
against the toxt-lxwk trust Menday:
A Domestic Tragedy in the State of
II r AaanelnteU Trtmi llin Journal.
PKOVU)ENCE,Fob.-14. Amos Palmer
a wealthy young man, shot and killed
his wire at their homo In this city,
and is now in prison. Yesterduy Mr.
and Mrs. Palmer enturealncd a row
friends to celebrate the eight anni
versary of their wedding. Tlio guests i
departed about 12 o'clock In the even
ing, Half an hour later tho servant
heard shots In Mrs. Palmor'sroom and
soon after Mr. Palmer called u maid.
"Comodown, I guess I have killed
The girl went downstairs and saw
her mistress lying on the Jloor. The
maid called the coachman, and when
he arrived Mr. Palmer still held the
royolver, and was apparently ulxiut to
commit suicide. The coachman solzcd
tils maBter and disarmed him.
After tho struggle Palmei seemed
calmer, and Bald ho must call a
doctor. Ho did so by telephone, und
the doctor notlllcd the medical ex
aminer, who reached the houso soon
after the shooting. He found tlvo
bullet wounds, four of which wore In I
the left breast. Palmer was arrested.
He explained to the officers that he
had been suffering rrom grippo.
Palmer was arraigned in court this
morning charged with murder. He
pleaded not guilty and was held with
out ball. It Is said Palmer was at
one time confined in the Butler in
On the Great Northern Road Is
Mr Aoclainl Vrrtm to the Journal,
Seattle, Feb. 14.-0 reat Northern
fast mall due here last night was
wrecked this morning by running into
slide near Edmonds. Engine was
thrown Into bay, passengers escaped
Tills Is the season when good hay I
appreciated by your stock, You can
obtain the bent cloyer hay from til
Court street. Brewster & white 3-7 3t
The New Process.
The Kalom Flouring Mills "Special"
Hour Is now better than ever. Try
' Crip is slaving thousands of victims.
Dr. Miles' Nervine is curing IhoussJicU.
By American Forces
The Stars and Stripes Float
Over the Stronghold.
City Fired by' tho Retreating In
surguits. Iljr AaaoHntril I'rma to the Jnurnnl.
Manila, Feb. 14. Particulars of
tho capture of I lo I lo, by the United
States forces under General Miller.
Saturday, have been received hero.
On tho morning of Friday, Gouoral
Miller sent tho ultimatum to the
commaudcr of the rebels on shore,
notifying him that It wus the Inten
tion of Americans to tako Ilo Ho by
force If necessary. Nun combatants
and foreigners were warned to lcavo
the town within 24 hours. Tho rebels
wcroalso warned that they must tako
no rurthcr belligerent operations.
Tho gunboat. Potrcl was moved to a
position close In ehoro near tho rebel
fort,whl!o tho crulsor Boston took her
station at tho other end or tho town
Friday passed quietly. During tho
day many rofugecs left town. At '
o'clock in the morning, Saturday the
Petrel signalled that tho rebels were
working In tho trenches. Tho Petrol
was ordered to lire warning shots rrom
her three pounders.
The rebels ropllcd with a harmless
fusllude and tho Boston and Petrol
then bombarded the trenches clearing
them of the occupants in a very Abort
time. After the bombardment began,
llaiucs broke out simultaneously In
various parts of the town. Forty
eight marines wcro landed from tho
Boston and n company was sent
ashore from the Petrel. Tho detach
merit marched straight Into llo
Ilo, and hoisting the stars and
stripes ovor tho fort took pos
session of tho place In tho uuma of
the United States, The capturo of
the towu buying bcon accomplished,
tho marines and soldiers proceeded to
the task of saving the American,
English and Gorman consulates rrom
destructions by fire, Thu Swiss con
sul's residence was burned, and the en
tire Chinese and native sections or
the town weie dostroyed, Not a stnglo
American was injured. Miller's force
had completed tho control of the situ
ation when the Petrel sailed for Man
ila. Washington, Feb. 14. Oonoral
Otis cables from Manila:
One hundred and eighty olllccrs and
eighteen hundred men, or the Spanish
Judge us by what wo'ro doing Judge us by tho continued crowds of buyors. Judge us by
tho merchandise your frlcnrla hayo purchased. Judgo us by our prices. Get your Monti lo toll
you how much they paid. That is all we ask. You got truly tho best when you buy or us
New spring goods arriving daily.
Exclusive patterns, no two alike,
an advance shipment of our spring
order; beautiful designs.
$3.50, $4.50 to $6,50
For waist; vory now and dainty;
price per yuid
In lovely shades, just right for
Waists, Petticoat, Hron Skirts,
etc , (Inequalities; per yurd
85c and $1,
Our SI Glove
Oyer 30 dozen sold within the
lust four months, und not u pair re
turned; absolutely guaranteed.
NEW OUHTAINS. NEW SKIRTS,
Jos. Meyers & Sons.
Salem's Greatest Store.
12lli und 13lh
Manila, Feb. II, 0:45 n. m. Tho
United States gunboat Petrel arrived
lute last evening with dispatches
rrom Brlgadlcr-Oenoral M. P. Miller
to Mnjor-Goneral Otis, announcing
that Ilo lb had been taken by tho
combined military and naval forces
General Miller, on receipt of his In
structions from Mtnlla, sent nntlve
commissioners ashore from tho United
States transport St Paul, with u com
munication for tho rebel governor of
Ilo Ilo, calling upon him to surrendor
within a tlmo stated, and warned him
not to make a demonstration In tho
The rebels Immediately moved
their guns and prepared to defend
their position. Thereupon tho Potrcl
llrcd two warning guns, snd the rebels
Immediately opoucd tiro updn her.
The Petrel and the Baltimore then
bombarded the town, which the reb
els, having set on lire, Immediately
evacuated. The American troops
wore promptly landed and exting
uished tho tires In all cases of foreign
property, but not before considerable
damago was done.
It is hollnycd the enemy's Iihs dur
ing the bombardment was heavy, but
no American casualties aic reported.
Coit of Reconstruction of Navy,
II y ANMovlntnl I'l-m tn llir Journal.
Wasiiinoton, Feb. 14. The entire
cost of reconstructing the navy on tho
new Hues us proposed In the ponding
personnel, hill will be $2,002,0111. This
fact Is set out In a communication to
tho United States sooate by Secretary
Long In answer to a resolution of In
quiry Introduced by Senator Jones, of
Arkansas. Merging tho line and en
gineers, as Is proposed In the bill, tho
cost or tho combination would bo
$2,GC5,(J00, which Is $000,000 moro
than tho total or present pay of both
Tho Increase In the pay of tho
marine corps Is $1,228,808, which Is
accounted ror by the Increased num
ber or both officers and men. Tho
new nn vol appropriation bill iiIbo
carries an appropriation or 4,1 1 1,605
ror pay or )0,;i00 additional enlisted
In Siberian Prison.
11 y Aaani'lntril l'rcaa to thr Jnurnnl.
San Fhancirco, Feb 1 1. A Into re
port to the effect that a number or
American prlsonors, whoso names are
unknown are confined In u certain SI
borlan prison, undergoing penal pun
(aliment has unused a hope that
among thcho men may bo found tho
crew of the lost sealing schooner E. E.
Webster which wus last heard from In
Bchrlng walors In April, lfj'JO.
It has been thought that tho Web
ster either drllftcd In Asiatic waters
or waH purposoly sailed across tho
HtrultHby horcuptuln. Mr. 1 Llobcs,
of thlH city, tho owner of tho Wob
fttcr, however, Bays there Is little or no
no doubt that tho vessol went down
during a scvoro storm and that all on
hoard wcro lost.
Or AMnclntr-t Treaa to tlio journni.
Si'OUANi:, Fob. 14. -After ooing
snow bound for twonty hours
near Durham, nlno miles west
of Blackfoot, Mmtana, In tho Rocky
Mountain, thoOrent Northern train
No. II, tho mall "llyor" arrived nt 8 a.
m , twonty-llvo hours lato. Tho ser
vices of two roturles and a largo num
ber of men were required to dig tlio
train out of eighteen reet or stinw.
rhc train wan followed thrco hours
later by tho train due hero today, the
lino Ih now being open and kept so ny
constant snow plowing.
For la grlppo
Our stock is just now bubbling
ovor with the latest Walt and
Kklrt llnlngh, In all the now shades,
we hayo the over popular
WEAK BILK, SILVER KHEEN
COMMODOUE FABIUO, PEB
FANCY ENGLIHH BATISTE.
FANCY TAFFETAS, ETC., ETC.
New Val Laces
Some nuuiiKir have had to bo
duplicated; tho sweetest patterns,
und so cheap.
NEW MA DBAS.
NEW EUBOL COItDS.
NEW OI NO HA MS
NEW CORSETS, NEW SHIRTS,
prisoners left on tlio
enroutc to Sp'tlu.
Made from pure
cream of tartar.
Safeguards the food
Alum batons' powders arc the greatest
menacers to health of the present day.
aorL amino row cq. h www.
Trying to Secure Aid.
Ilr Aaaoolnteil 1'rca to the Jonrnnl.
London, Feb. 11. Ueutcr's Tele
gram Company, Limited, has received
tho following dispatch from Manila:
"After the capture of Calocan, a
Spaniard who had liecn a prisoner
there came to tho Americans, holding
up his hands, and said that Fllllplaos
had offered to release the Spaniards,
especially the artillerymen, if they
would undcrtrke to tight against the
Americans at 91 a day. Most of the
Spaniards refused, und even thoe
who accepted the offer did so in the
hope of effecting an escape,
"Tho rebels, according to this In
formant, arc discontented, unpaid,
unfed, and thoroughly disillusionized,
tho tullsmunlc wafers being of no
avail against wounds, linger and
"On Friday Agulualdo visited Polo,
a fow miles northwest or Calocan,
and addressed tho Fillipino troops
tbero, claiming that ho had won a
victory, and asserting that 2300 Amer-
cans had been killed."
II) Aanuclntctl Vreaa to the Jnurnnl.
Galveston, Feb. 14, A special to
the Tribune rrom Huntsvlllc, Tex,,
The oust and west wings of tho
state penitentiary, containing cells
and olllccrs' quarters, has been burned.
Thvro wero no casuallttcs,tho Inmates
being quartered In shops and other
buildings. Tho burned buildings cost
Only kcop it up long enough and
you will succeed In reducing your
weight, losing your appetite, bring
Ing on a slow fever, and making
everything exactly right for the
f;erms of consumption. Stop cough- H
nu and you will get well.
cures roughs. An ordinary cough
disappears in a single night. The
racking coughs of troncnltis soon
disappear. And oven tho coughs
of consumption are either com
pletely checked or greatly lessened.
Two sites: 81.00: COo. AlldruggUU.
J. C. AYEH CO., Lowell, Mas.
Ilr Aaaoclittotl lreaa to tho Journal,
Ciiioacio, Feb.j II. May 72!; cash
a red 73.
San Fkancisco, Feb. 1 1. Muy 1.171
Well Dressed Young Men
Have a decided advantage. Neycr
)eforo bus It been so easy for a
young man to bo as well dressed as
now ror so little money.
NEW SPIUNO SUITS.
NEW SPUING OVKKCOATS.
MAHT, OGnAFFNER & MARX.
The correct men's wear, with one
white pearl clasp.
NBW COLLARS, NEW HOSIERY