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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL.
Salem woolen Mill
Spring is here, so are we
Boy's home made, all wool,
selected assortment than ever
up by the most artistic tailors in the United States, We wary
rant our goods to give entire satisfaction or money refunded.
Come and examine for yourself.
Nearly all our immense spring stock
is now in and we can
I Suit your taste,
All grades of Bicycle shocscither
Ladies or Gcnts-vPriccs way down,
SALEM SHOE STORE
Ladd & Bush Bank
Storo cIobob at 6 o'clock, oxcopt
- a- VrVver Vpr VwV'
i Three Specials at
Misses Tan Shoes
Sizes 12 to 2, at 75c.
Aisses Tan Oxford
Tie cloth top, like cut
Sizes 12 to 2, at 75c.
Aisses black strap
Sandal with bow
Sizes 12 to 2, at 75c.
un niaao nt e'o'clook. oxcopt
I Git Price 5
Our stock is so large we can't get them all into
the store must have room and prices will be
cur. Call and get a bargain and a free shine at
275 C0AMERC1AL St.
S No cheap, shoddy goods
1 a Tar is1' HimBVLj
with our full line of Men's ?iid
clothing, A large and better
before, Our own goods made
D Hi H I D a 1 u" rtfiJV
Meet your purse!
Building, State street,
$9-- ft Jfe" ("
NEW SHOE STORK
94 Statu St Sai.km. 0h
0g&4X -S a 9A
handled by us.
fc For pruning'tools of all'dc
Draw cut PruningjShcars,
Pruning Saws, etc, etc,
N. V. Cor. StaU & Liberty St., Salem
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Filipinos Still Attacking
Two Privates Killed and a Lieutenant
and Two Others Wounded.
II r Aaauolalstl 1'reaa to the Juurunl
Manila, April 13. 4:05 p. in. At
about4o'lock this morning a small
body of rebels uttucked a camp of the
Third artillery from u swamp near
l'aomboan,a mile and a half west of
Mulolos. Two privates wcro killed
and u lieutenant and two others were
At daylight tho American forces
scoured the district, driving the rebels
northward and killing seycrul. One
private of the Montana regiment was
San Fijancisco, April V.I. Steamer
Rio do Janeiro arrived today, from
Hong Kong, uud Yokohuma, via Hon
olulu. The Associated Press repre
sentative at Honolulu sends the fol
lowing, under date April 6:
At u meeting of the cabinet a con
tract with thoScrymscrCompany,for
the cable between San Francisco and
Honolulu, was cancelled. This action
was taken on tho stsongth of a letter
from the secretary of state at Wash
ington, declining to cunal'dcr the mut
ter. Tho transport Zealnndlu arrived
this morning, She will proceed to
Manila. The transport City of Qucbla
will sail for Manila tomorrow morn
ing. Manila, April, 13 FranciscoReycs,
the man who recently purchased tho
Spanish gunboats at Zumbongu, an
Island of Mandanuo. has received ad
vices that the fleet had sailed for Ma
nila and returned a few days lutcr
with the vessels stripped of all guns
Zamboangu Is fortified uud still
garrisoned by the Spaniards, and the
affair Is regarded as very suspicious
The Quay Trial,
fir Aaauolntetl 1'rvaa to the Journul,
Philadelphia, April, 13. In tho
Quay trial, the counsel on both sides
informed Judge Blddle that they had
an reed upon u plan togardlng tie
ideutlliuatlon of entries lu the books
which would save considerable time.
In pursuance of this all the books
wore brought into court.
ARBOR DAY PROQRAMS
Will be Conducted at All the Salem
Schools Friday, April 14.
Arbor day, with tree planting and
appropriate exercises, will be observed
utoauh of the Salem public schools
on Friday. The following Is the pro
gram at the East school.
Piano Duet, "Heather Bells Waltz,"
Winnie Byid und Maud McKay.
Recitation. "I'lio Ilunlcr'it Vision,"
Giace Carlor. .....
Reoitutlou, "Arbor Day," Howard
"Peerless Oregon, " Clifford Kunlnor,
By the school.
Recitation, Selection from Sir Laun-
fall," Fred I'cmree,
Composition, "Buuholors," Diana
Vowl Duet, "Woodman, Spare That
Tree,'' Grace Van Wagner und Dora
KeolUitlun, "The Man Fiom Maine,
Recitation, "Plant a T-ee," Conne
Tkat NAME plate
first-class, up-to-date wheel. All the latest
practical features are incorporated in the
' 1899 Columbia Bicycle,
It stands alone at the head of high grade bicycles.
HARTFORDS come next and are equal to any
hiph trrade wheel on the market, except the Col-
All the features found in any 540 wheel and it sells
VlDETTES, fully guaranteed, $25 and S26.
SHOAT St WILSON.
SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY APRIL Itf, 1890.
SllvrrJ Thistle,' 'iNottlc
Recitation, "Under the
Tree," Maud Laugliead.
Song, 'America," By the school.
Recitation, "Perkins Takes Down tho
Stove," Leda Bureu.
Recitation, "When tho Ureon Gits
Back In the Trees," Riley, Ralph
Song, "Wake Says tho Sunshine," by
Recitation, 'Tho Jardcn Bed, by
Song, Arbor Day Song, by 8 girls from
(1 rat room.
Recitation. Tho Little riant, by
Murtin Sta liber.
Exercise, The Fairy Queen, by 0 girls.
Recitation, A Little Brown Seed, by
Song, Arbor Day Song, by the Fourth,
Firth ana Sixth grades.
Piano solo, Cradlo Song, by Ama
Song, Trees of Our Country, by 33
Recitation, The Oak Tree, by Frankle
Exercise, "A Rustic Builad" by 3
Exerclbe, April Days, by 30 little girl.
Song, Arbor Day, by the Sixth and
Seventh grado pupils.
Recitation, The Pebble und the Acorn
by Dora Mason.
Amazon Drill, by 12 girls.
Song, The Little Red Schoolhoie, by
I'AUK SCHOOL IMUXIKAM.
Song, Swinging 'Neath the Old Ap-
"ThoTrec9," Nellie Henderson.
"The Squirrel' Arithmetic," Mar
"Child and Tree," Roy Savage.
"First Up," Louis Woodburn.
"Where Rolls tho Oregon." Pearl
Col I p.
"Flower Drill," twelve little glrU.
"Return of the Birds," song, by six
"What We Phot," Fred Perkins.
"Flowers," Mary Morgan,
Dialogue, "Crocus und Rose."
Concert Recitation, "Tho Trees."
"A Little Planter," Bertha Smith.
"A Soldier's Orayo," Millie Lee.
"Our Flag," Song by Mrs. Race's
"Who Sots tho Fashln'?" Leona
Concert Recitation, by Miss Pohle'c
Song "Arbor Day March."
An Informal meeting was held this
afternoon In M10 olllco of Hay don &
McNury, to consider tho advisability
of memorializing the government to
send homo tho Oregon hoys now In
Those present were II. A Johnson,
S. L. Haydon, G. P. Lltchtlold, Joo
Foncs, Hooker and George Town
send, all having sons or brothers In
The impression had been that the.
boys were liable to bo kept at Manila
for six months or ho yet, or the
volunteer organizations might in
some way be amalgamated with the
regular army for an Indetlnltc period
without giving the individual privates
any choice in the matter.
After tome discussion, however,
and critical examination of the
latest news or orders from thv
war department, It appeared
that the volunteers would boon be
given a chance individually ft come
home or to re-enlist, This being all
that those present would care to Insist
on, it was decided to make no move at
present, but to save the ammunition
for a grand hurrah when the boys do
James Templeton Deao,
lly Aaaoclafcd I'reaa to the Journal.
Halsev, April 13. Special. Juinoe
Templeton died at his homo this
morning from a stroke of paralysis,
ufter lying speechless eight days, Tho
funeral will bo held Friday. Drcensr d
was about 05 year of age and was tho
father of Iva Templelon-Portcr.
A MASS MEETING.
Citizens of McMlnnvllIo Want the Troopt
MoMinnville, April 13. A (Mill ap
pears in tho local papers today, fur u
muss meeting, ut the opera house next
Saturday afternoon, to glvo oxpros
sion concornlug the detention or the
volunteers in the Philippines who en
lis tod fur the Snunish-Amerloan wui
and klnd'od mutter. Fourteen men,
who have wns in those volunteers,
havoslgnid the call. The) uy the)
d not want undue pressure brorghl
1. 1 rHJtillst their sons, nor l.ie olllcerh
seuklng 10 hold their po-ltluus U
speak for thu man In the rut ks.
stands for all that is put into a
German Press Gives
Salisbury Not So
Exact Terms of the Instructions No
Yet Agreed Upon.
Uy Aaauvliitril I'reaa In the .loiirnul.
BcitLiN, April 13 This morning
Baron Von Bulow Informs the Amcrl
can ambassador that Great Britain
tins agreed to the unanimity rule The
United States also agreeing to It and
the commission can probably proceed
to tho Island without delay-
Tho German press glyes Its news of
the Mtimtli 11 calmly and mostly with
The Vonlcht! Ziltuug says: "What
ever action the German government
takes It will Uud Itbdf fully backed
up by the reluhstag."
London, April 13 It Is asserted
here that the statement that the
Marquis of Salisbury has unreservedly
ulinred to the principle of unanimity
of the decisions of tlieSjum commis
sion Is Incorrect.
Tho question us to what extent
unanimity Is ucccssary, has still to bo
sullied and certain reservations will
probably be made by Great Britain.
The exact terms or Instructions have
not been agreed upon.
Washington, April 13,-Prcsldent
Loubet has cabled to Prcsidont Mc
Kltiloy, in reply to the laltem
message of yosterdiy: "I niu
deeply touched by the sentluientR
which your excellency Is pleased
to express on tho occasion or signing
tho ratltlcatlons trolly of peace by
tho United Stains and Spain and
heartily thank you therefor I as
suro your xccllcncy of tho slncero
deslro of tho government of Franco
and its people to constantly draw
closer tho bund or traditional
friendship, which have mi long
united tho two great republics "
New Steamship Line
San Francisco, April 13. -Tho
Chronicle or today says: A. B. Ham
mond, capitalist, of the imthwcst, Is
In the city maklug arrangements ftit
the establishment or a line or Htoam
ors to ply bctwecnjthls city it.cI As
toria, with railroad connections be
tweeu Ihe latter place and Portland
ind other ports,
ID Aaaoclulrtl I'rfaa lu Ilia Juurunl.
Washington, April KJ -Impressive
fnm.ni! services wcro held over tho re
mains of lute Juslk'o Field, this moil
Ing. The church was crowded with
distinguished company who gathered
ui pay their lut tribute of respect to
the iiK'iiinry nt I he great JurUt
Pvamine the Question.
rrdinivoureyMluhl with our aid
and you will soon Know wnewier ur
not kIusscs aro necessary.
We have the facility for muklriK
a thorough tost of the cyos and tit
Mnvr ulassos with uccuracy
The department l In charge nT u
graduate npllolan, who has modern
Instrument ut his tlltMnal. Pre
MrtntlonMor .r&ww "irpf ullv filled.
1IJSHMAX W. BAKK,
118 BTATB STIU1BT.
Ilr Aaaoclntctl l'roaa to the .loiirnul.
Oknvkk, Colo., April 13, A cable
gram from London announces that W
S', Stratum has sold the famous Crip
ple Creek mine, the Independence, in
a Vonturo Company, of Lo"don. Tlip
price Is believed to ba not less than
two million dollar.
II AaaoclntGil I'reaa to the Journal,
Nkw i'oitic, April 13. Whon tho
steamer Lahn atrlvcd today from
Bremen and Southampton tho ship's
surgeon reported ten cases of small
pox on board, three being Infants In
tho arms of their mothers. Tho
steamers wcro duly quarantined.
Camera Club Organized.
Last evening a temporary organiza
tion was effected by tho amateur pho
tographcrs of this city and A. F.
Strang was elected temporary chair
man and R. II. Leabo, sccrotary.
A commlttco on constitution and
by-hws was named consisting of
James Norrls, Miss Funnlo Kehno
and . K. Crosbv.
W. II. Cook, Miss Lorcna Kirk and
E. O. Patton wore named committee
to select rooms ror a mooting place nf
tho club. An Informal meeting was
men Indulged In and all phases or tnu
photographers ait were discussed
whon the ciub adjourned to meet at
the Y. M C. A. rooms on noxt Tues
day evening at 8 o'clock, whon perm
anent organization will bo (Tected.
A Self-Sustaining Poor Farm,
Cock-u-doodlo-do ! Judgo Bartou
tonuy turned Into tho county treasury
913 ?o received ror tho sale or chickens
raised tin tho poor rami, and a good"
many egirs have been sold The Judge
bcllovcs that whon the rurm has been
run u year or two It will pay tho en
tire expense of keeping the county
poor within $.r00 or $uoo. lr so It will
be a big saving. Albany Democrat,
Judgo Burton Is a howling, crazy,
Tom Watson, Bryan, Populist Domo
crat, but he has the lowest lux levy
for Linn county In tho state, no war
rants out und Is building a new court
house for cash,
Tub Jouhnal Is not prepared to say
all he does Is right. It has not ul ways
agreed wm Judge Terrell, but has
scored the Marlon county tourt se
verely nt times whon It was desorved,
Bnt wo bollovo he Is right when
lie advocitesa poor rami big enough
ror ablcd-bodled paupers to bo em
ployed at productlvo soir-su'tilnlns
lilor, und un lullrmary where the
crippled, Indlgouts and Invalids can
bo kept without bills ror doctors
drugs, nurses and hospital fees,
Alio way it is now, ror each pauper
on tho county, there aro three tir four
sources of expense accumulating, be
sides tho oxpeuse for board and Indu
ing at tho hotel kept for the poor near
this city. Judgo Terrell Is on tho
right track uud If liu'll Just keep cases
on that wild uud woolly Populist lu
Linn county, lie can reduce the pau
per expenses or Marlon county, Judgo
B'ltton has qultn u business head on
him fur a poor benighted heathen Pop.
WANTUD-11 hen with a brood or
newly hatched chickens In healthy
condition, Apply to Wm, Roach,
Plato printing olllco -Mil-Ill
IBIIIIBIBmilllllllllHIIIlllIMHIIMIIII NIHIIIIHHillliaiIHllllliniini !
f Jos. Meyers & Sons,
ii Salem's Greatest Store.
Cent for a linn of Damask I luck
und Turkish TowoU thai uio
considered line vulue nlifi cents.
Cents. Indies' TrU In Hue so
Iccled silver Krey.Jorfoy rlbb d
Oneita stylo button uoros
Special Sale Silk Waists
Our e'lllio lino -or ready lo
waists nt special sale prices.
$2.78 to $10.88.
New Corded Silk
Just received tho yery litest
blues,- new heliotrope Cerise
278 280 Commercial St.
WE CLOSE AT
Mokes tho food more
A MEHAMA MINISTER.
While Discoursing About His Gentle
Day Mare Gets a Surprise Party.
Rev. Tonkin, a young Methodist
preacher at Mchamu, uuiuo to town "on
Wednesday to hear tho lecture on
Missions following tho Hag, hut his
last engagemont was to follow his
runaway horse. With his young wlfo
ho droyo ovor to Rev. Royal's to make
a visit to the Lcsllo M. E. church
pastor. Mrs. Tonkin hud got out
and Tonkin was telling Bro. Royal
abMit his wonderful bay maro that
njbotly at Menuma could work, but
that by omploylng kindness ho had
found tho animal tractable und a
splendid traveler, Iln took otf tho
brldlo and had not unhitched the
maro. Roynl told htm that was
dangerous but ho said alio'
would stund. Ho had slipped tho
halter ovor her head und was about to
fasten It when a lot of clothes llylng
on u lino In front, or tho electric car
boli I rid, caused tho unamlul to shy
and knock Roy. Royal over.
Her head was trco und In vain Rev.
Tonkin tried to arrest tho lunging
beast. Ho was knocked down, run
over, the maro planting at least two
or her hoots In the small of his buck;
When he got up und Rev. Royul got
up tho maro had steered her way up u
narrow alley through soycral groups
of trees, uround oyer the Lincoln
school grounds, down Liberty Htrcot,
ucross to Commercial, oyer Gaiety
hill, down Commercial street, around
Dalrymplo's tcornor to Front
street, narrowly missing several yo
hlclcs, on down Front street,
and when lust seen was keeping the
rlvor road past tho Labor Exchange
wurehouse, und is behoved to be head
ing forSllvorton, via Falrhold, whore
she was was reared. Parts of thu min
ister's buggy worostrown ull along tho
road. Rev Tonkin was taken into tho
Royal houso uud this aflornoon had
recover. d so as to bo about.
Mr. Frank Smith who resides neiir
tho labor oxchango bulldlug reportB
that tho horse uud buggy went over
tho bank uudjnto Ujq -river and
diowiiod. Thu buggy was still uU
tached lo tho horso. Tho linrso mado
so vo nil attempts to get up tho bunk
but fell b'ick each time nv ing to thu
vehicle being attached.
Mulolos was captured ut 10.15 u. m.,
Murch 31. Owing to tho tact Ihat tho
Philippine Islands uro by tho calendar
ono day In udvunco of thosumc part
of tho world, tho oyonts were pub
lished In Tin: Journal, according to
our reckoning, nearly 2hours Iwforo
In our vfn Uoimr'nit-nt A
rali i.unluiKt ui M o lit In
our Mhii' Hint llur'a fuml.li-
Ink llll will KliillHMilii' i iw
a luirtlelpant lu tliu kUIiii: ur
Aa ir eoiuMUmu iurel
m im tinKtun, uotno,
mnko your puroimao.
Now Utko Pantu.
New Golf Hose
With Iho lata button cltaai,
aialuHVt'ljr uur. ior (wlr m
. . w
delicious and whotesome
rowota eo.t w vow.
Wilbur K. Isowcll has been ap
pointed member of the Board of Hor
ticulture ylco II. E Doseh, who re
signed to accept tho more lucrative
position of secrotory.
jN. L, Butler, or Monmouth, has
boon appointed member or the board
of regent 1 of the Oregon Stato Uni
versity, to serve 12 years, to succeed
non. D. P. Thompson.
A New Business
L. M.KIrk, tho former Nurseryman,
has rented tno storo room adjoining
Hariltt & Lawrence's grocery, and
will soou opon a feed establishment.
A now plate glass front Is being put
Into tho placo preparatory to the now
Track Opentd Up.
Tho old car track In the center 1 f
Front street was used yestorday for
tho tlrst time In many a day. An en
gine backed a full train or cars nearly
down to tho mill,
Capital emergency Corps,
This socioty will meet on Saturday
nt 2:30 p. m, at tho homo of Mrs, J. J.
Murphy, on Court street.
Tito suggestion Is made that the
national editorial assoclatlan bu well
treated when they como to Oregon.
Wc second the motion. No studied
Insults should bo offered tho repre
sentatives of the Archimedean lever
2 red 7(5.
1.07 cash LOOK
13. May 74; cah
April 13. -May
HAnT, GOtiAr-FNBfl fc MABX.
TnnllclotlilriK buyers stands for
tholwst Our spring line l now
very complete with
ALL WOOL BLUES EnOES.
ALL WOOL CASSIMERE8.
ALL WOOL CHEVOITS
58, SO to $20.00.
Boys' and children; clothlnir.
That aro wnrruntcd to Klve satis
motion. Wo Imve the best. All
styles In nowest materials.
$1.50 to $7,50.
51 ado or the
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Siotn 8iuni n vprn 4ivmk..
uvulry andlnrantry ,
( They made a rule
s that only medicines J
of absolute purity and )
( safety could be ad- i
S mitted to the World's J
I Fair. ?
( When it came to f
S sarsaparillas they ac- j
). ceptcd but .one 5
The Old White Corner.
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