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SALEM, OREGON, Pit IDA Y APKIL 14, 189J).
Salem woolen Ills
Home Made Goods,
Specials; A very select
line of Boy's Knee Pant Suits
of our own goods made up in
New York. Get one for"
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Ail snxa ui uuy a umliv nuae,
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Salem Woolen Mill Store
Nearly all our immense spring stock
C is now in and wc
Kvr-Jkv y r x-vjxj
All grades of Bicycle shocs-vclthcr
Ladies or GcntsvPrices way down,
SALEM SHOE STORE
Ladd & Bush Bank Building, State street.
Store olosos at 6 o'olock, oxcopt Saturday.
jb-' )tr yv vmr- yr js- pr- r-
Three; Specials at
Misses Tan Shoes
Sizes 12 to 2, at 75c.
Misses Tan Oxford
Tie cloth top, like cut
Sizes 12 to 2, at 75c.
Misses black strap
Sandal with bow
Sizes 12 to 2, at 75c.
Wo Closo at eo'clock, except
Given away with eaeh pair Children's shoes it costs
no more to wear a pair of our late up to date shoes
than you pay others for old stock.
See our Men" Tun and Mack Viol C 43 00 wnrili $4.00.
See our Men's Tan unci Mack Vlci (ft 82 All worLh M.50.
See cur Men's Tun and Mick Vlci (a 42 00 wultli 43.00.
Every pair guaranteed by us and free shines thrown in.
275 COMMERCIAL St.
No cheap, shoddy goods handled by us.
We Are Headquarters
cAim aics uuti
No matter what size you call
lor we have them. A special
drive on them. '
The finest line of Crash Hats
for Men and Boys to be
found, in Patterns and
Meet your purse! 1
Free Sh no
a tUners, 2 1
04 Statb St, Salkm, Oith
For pruningtools of allude
Draw cut PruningjShears,
Pruning Saws, etc. etc,
, W. Cor. State & Llborty SUi Salem.
Gen. Lawton in Pos
Seven Americans Killed in
North Dakota Troops Stand the Brunt
of tho Battle.
Ilr Aniioclutcil I'rcii to the Journal.
Manila April 11. General Law
ton lias captured Facte, the citadel of
tlie Laguna de Hay territory, clslit
miles beyond Lunibnn,
Lawton's forco was at Lumbau, and
tho battalion of tho North Dakota
volunteers made a forced march of 12
miles from Pagasjan. The troops
mudo a forward rush, fording the
rivers twlco and lighting In the
Jungle. Tho column advanced and
met a cross-lire, and some of the Da
kota troops wore ambushed by rebels
behind a sunken trench. Two were
killed, one fatally wounded. Finally
the trenches were taken by the rush
ing Americans with a loss of Mye
killed and two wounded. The Insur
gent loss was small. The gunboats
shelled tho Filipinos an hour, and
cleared the trenches.
There are not enough men to gar
rison the towns taken, and they may
Tho launches captured yesterday
aro worth $70,000.
Wahhimoton, April 14. The war
department received tho following to te
day: "Munlla ThoHherldan has ar
rived. Lieut. Myer, and threo enlisted
men died while en route. The health
of tho troops Is good. Otis."
Washington. April H.-Tho. sec
retary or state bus directed the return
to their posts In Spain, of tho United
States consuls who were obliged to
leave on account tho Into war.
WA8UiNCTON,Aprll 14. Tho war
department will today reply to tho
telegram of Governor Lee, (it South
Dakota, to tho president, asking for
the Immediate muster outof theSouth
Dakota troops In the Philippines, and
that ull troops will be brought homo
as soon as It is deemed expedient by
the United Stutes, .
It is euld at tho war department
that tho law requiring tho muster
out of troops contemplates that 'the
executive department shall have time
to Issue the necessary orders and uinko
preparations to properly discharge
the soldiers und bring them home,
How the Great Apostle of Good Govern
ment Was Honored.
Ily Annoeluteil I'rraa o the Journal
Portland, April 14. At Watson's
restaurant last evening several hun
dred of the leading antl-Republfcuns
metund feasted In honor of JelTei son's
birthday und a gunulno love feast was
the result. The published program
was rvell curried out, und the speeches
jverc considered able, although n.any
of them would have been fully as ap
propriate at u Republican levee or n
Methodist cimp mooting.
In New York.
Nhw Yoiik, April 14. The Jeffer
son dinner of the Domoaratiu club
was held at tho Metropolitan operu
house last evening. 1800 guests were
present and the event was one of the
UK st sumptuous ever known In
The finest chain wheel ever turnrd out of a factory,
Hartfords, strictly high grade, S35,
Videttes, fully guaranteed, S25 and $26,
ROAT Ei WIL.SON.
Gotham. Hoses were banked up In
profusion, and everything that money
could produce lent to the splendor of
the occasion, The main speeches were
by I'erry Ilclumnt and Judge Van
Mimvaukkk, April 14. The Jcffcr.
son Club, or Milwaukee, observed the
natal day of tho founder of dcruocrncy
In a most fitting manner by a banquet
at tho Plauklngton hotiso last night,
which was nttended by ovor-IOOgucsts.
Colonel William J. Bryan, of Ne
braska, was tho guest of honor, und
delivered the principal addnss. Del
egations of Democrats were in attend
ance from many towns throughout
the state, und nearly all tho. Demo
cruts from tho state legislature were
present. Colonel Bryan arrived early
from Chicago, escorted by a large del
cgatlou from that city, and Muybr
Harrison came later, also with u largo
number of escorts. The banquet hall
was beautifully decorated with tho
A special from Sheridan, Wyoming
Heavy Floods have been caused by
tho melting snow In the mountains
and put a stop to tho railway trntllo
temporally and did an Immense
mount of damage,
Attacked By Tramps.
Albany, Or., April 14. John
O'Brien, u miner, aged GO years, while
walking on tho railroad track near
this city yesterday afternoon, was ns
s.iulted by slx tramps armed with
clubs who attempted to rob him Ho
had 925 in his pocket and fought des
perately. Ho knocked two of the
tramps dosvn and escaped into town.
Tho police arrested one of tho tramps,
the others having disappeared.
Bernard P. Conner, section foreman
on tho Southern Pacific rullroad" at
St. Jose, Cal., who came to this city
severul days ago and mysteriously
disappeared, leaving considerable
monoy at u hotel, was arrested at
Halsey. He was crazy frcn alcoholism.
. MARION COUNTY NEWS.
Business Being Transacted at the Court
MAHItlAOE LICKNSB ISBUUI).
Amelia Pfenning und Jacob Vcgt.
Tho Canadian Pacllli: Hallway com
pany, through its attorneys yesterday
tiled an nnswer to the complaint
recently filed by L. II, McMahonJn an
action for money btilt.
Plio answer Is general denial of the
allegations mudo In the plaintiff's
complaint relative to tho claim of
4550.35 far advertising sorytccs, al
leged to have been rendered. As a
further unswer, tho defendant alleges
that a contract was entered into on
Muy 1, 181)2, between tho company and
tho publisher of tho Woodburn Inde
pendent, by which six Inches ol
space was contracted for ono
year at $9 per month, to bo paid for
In transportation over tho rail lines
of tho defendant.- Tho defendant
furthor alleges that tho advertisement
was published only ten monthi und
that the publisher received full com
pensation for tho year, of 9I0S In
transportation over the company's
DKKDB, BTC, FII.KD.
Walter B.'Peacock and wife to II.
N. Peterson, 30 acres tu J. 11.
Adams d. I. c, tps. 0 and 10, s. "r. 2
Isaac C. Sutton and wife to Alice
I, Sutton; lot 1, block 2 Prcsmill uud
Smith's addition to Salem, $75.
A hop contract by which T. V
Hayes, of Woodburn, agices to deliver
to Uosenwald & Co., of Now York
City, 0,000 pounds of the 1800 crop, the
price being lOcents per pound,4) cents
to be advanced nt picking time.
Weather and River Dolniro.
The lltflit frost of last night Is to be
followed, says the weather bureau, by
very tine weatner ror toauy and to
morrow. Ti-e wheelmen of tho ult
will be delighted with aline Sundi
as the roans aro now becoming some
what settled country ward und many .i
cyclist will venture out for a few
miles' run Into the country.
Tho Mourner Pomona went down
tho river this morning well loaded
with frlcght arid a fair list of pas.
sentrers rrom up-river points.
The river Is f.lowl leceedlng from
tho Kl-foot mark, ut which It stood
day before yesterday. It now stands
at 11.3 feet und Is fulling.
A Short Vacation,
Two boys, named George Bonner
and Harry Brown, aged 15 and 10,
took French leave ofthe reform kqIiooI
last t yenlng. out wore cpturedat
Albany by Supt. Bickers and biought
oackon thnuftornoon train today.
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(MR I A IS
News Fro.ni Commo
All Three Partie3 Have Agreed Upon
Instructions to the Commissioners.
Hy AmiuHntvtl Prcan (o the Journal.
Wasiiinoton, April II. The cab
It ct meeting today was devoted
principally to tho discussion of the
s mo.in (i icstlon and Instructions to
the American commissioners to the
czar's dlsarmanent conference,
A complcto writton report concern
ing the preliminaries leading up to
hostilities, madujto tho secretary ot
tho navy by Admiral Kautz, was read.
It throws additional light upon tho
compilation prior to tho admirals
urrlyals the most Important fact
brought about being that the threo
consuls, at tho time or tho admiral's
arilval at Apia, hud recognized the
revolutionists under Maluafa,
Tlio uprising after Chief Justice
Chambers' decision In favor MuliuUm
Tanu, the admiral Indicates that It
wus fo.nented largely hy tho German
consul, who Insisted upon recognizing
Chaos was threatened and Ameri
can und British residents considered
llieiutelvci In peril Massacre was
feared and under the circumstances,
too American and British consuls
joined with tho Germans In recogulz
Ing the provisional government,
Bi:klih, April, II -In tho roch
stag the Interpolation on Samoa was
presented by Dr. Lohr, an extremist,
und was replied to by tho Minlsltor
of Foreign affairs. Haron Von Buelow.
The whole affair Is looked upon ns n
ir..iu a u I lasted only eight minutes.
Wasiiinoton. Anrll 14 The statu
depart muut uuuouuces today itlmtall
tlneu parties to tho Berlin troaty
have agreed upon the Instructions to
ho given Hiu Samouu commissioners
and the commission would 'leave San
Francisco on the 25th lust.
The committee will be empowered
to deal with thu situation as it tlnds
It In tho Siiiiioitn Island, upon Its ar
rlvul, The commissioner will have
no power to alter the meaty or Ber
lin. Two btate Chorees,
Frank HelnrlcliH, aged 21 years,
from near Cottage Grove, was today
committed to the asylum.
Young Harry Grlllln, of Jackson
county, wus today brought to the
prison under a threo yens' sentence
Another Appendicitis 1'jliciit
Today at 12:30 o'clock Mrs. B. A
Kirk wus operated upon at thu Salem
hospital for annoiidlollls by Dr.jCmt-
wrlght and assistants. Mis. Kirk has
suffered Intensely for twe days
when u consultation was held I
decided that un operation for
dread dlscuso would bo necessary
levlute the pain. As we go to press
the patient Is recovering rrom the
anesthelh'-s and Is getting along
Attempted Suicide, i
Ilr Aiilntcil 1'rean In Hie Juurunl.
MAit8iiKiEi.D,Or., April 14. -Orccrin
Byors attempted to cummlt suicide at
his father's house at Summer yester
day Thu buy Is 17 yoarH old. At
breakfast he was In Ills usuul good
spirits AbcutO o'ulock he went Into
his father's room and In a few mo
itient4 a -hot was heard. The rather
entered the room and round Cruodo
unnn thu llonr. his bruins pouring out
''" I'"' ' !K'
DuilUw iiuiu in me rigm
ro is uo t'hance or recovery
No cauo Ir, assigned for the deed K.
II. Hyt-ri., the father, Is a pnmlnent
fanner, und un old resident of this
Examine the Question,
retarding your eyesight with our Aid
and you will soon know whether or
not glasses are necessary.
We have the facility for muklng
a thorough test of the eyes and fit
ting glasses with accuracy.
The depa'tmebt is In charge of a
graduate optician, who has modern
Instruments at his dltposal. Pro
scriptions for glasses narefullv DIM,
HERMAN W. 1JAHH,
110 STATD UTRQBT.
Gaston, Or., April, 14.-The third an
nual meeting or the West Willamette j
Association of the Congregational
Churches and Ministers met, with the
Congregational church at this place
Bev. M. K. Evcm, D. D., of Ohio
ago, was present In tho evening, and
gave an address.
Tho next meeting of this association
will be held at Hillside, Washington
Polk County's New Court House,
Countiy Judge Wells was In the city
today attending to business pertain
Ifg to thoPolk couuly court house,
tho building of which has been lot to
Salum contractors, Tho allusion lu
this paper some days ago to tho pos
sibility of a "Job" haying been nar
rowly escaped, was without doubt
uncalled for, and Tup Jouknal takes
pleasure In stating that upon thor
oughly looking Into tho merits of the
proposition It has no doubt but that
everything In connection with tho lot
tlngof that contract was straight. Tho
people or Polk county will without
a doubt have a good court house and
they arc certainly securing It at n
low llgure. Judge Wells and tho com
missioners have taken every precau
tion In the mutter,
, New Sugar Company,
Uy ANnmliileil I'tcnh la tlio Juurmil,
San Fuanoisco, April 14. Tho
steamer City er Itlo do Janeiro ar
rived rrom Hong Kong and Yoko
hama, via Honolulu. Tho Associated
Press representative nt Honolulu
sends the following under date or
L. A. Thurston, A. W. Carter and
others have secured options on the
largo Orossman and other coffee es
tates In Olau, which they propoo to
organize Into sugar plantations. Tho
cousldoratton was In the neighbor
hood or 9800,000. There ure 10,000
ucresln tlio tract.
Tho Nuhiku Sugar Company,
limited, with u capital or 9750,000, was
organized, and most, or tho stock taken
yestorduy. The capital will bo
divided Into 117,500 shares of 920 each.
Of the stock 975,000 will bo paid up
and 9075,000 will be assessable.
. STATU NEWS,
The Columbia river is rising nt the
rate ot one font a day.
Portland has compluted a now si
house for use in thut city.
Clackamas county has sulHurlhcd
92700 to help build tho Molulli r.-nd.
Mrs. Krnest MoKoynnlds win wtr
lously burned utCottugo Grove Wed
nesday. Kov. I). M, Davenport, or Lebanon,
w.ih elected moderator or the Wil
lamette presbytery, at Corvallis yes
terday. A new cheese factory at Greshuiii,
Oregon, hits pu' Its first product no the
markut. This new factory handles
tho product of 250 cows or about 5000
pound) ol milk daily.
. .. .
Jos. Meyers & Sons,
Centti foi a lliionf Damakk I luck
mid Tuikleh Towels that aro
considered tine value at 26 cunts.
Cent. Indies' vests In fine so
looted silver grey, Jerfcy rlbb d
Onutta stylo button across
Special Sale Silk Waists
Our entire lino -of roady to
waists ut npeolul sale prices.
$2.78 to $10.88.
I New Corded Silk
.Iiitit rniwlvftri tho verv 1'tLcst.
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tilues, now Heliotrope ijcrue
278 280 Commercial St, The Old White Come',
YM CLOSE AT (J O'CLOCK.
Makes tho food mora
Mckinley coming west
Tho Ruotc Planned For
Around the Circle.
Will Vult Yellow Stone Park and West
tern Stat -8 Then Back To
CtiiOAOO, April 14. Sonator Carter
or Montana1, is at the Auditorium
today onroute to Butte, City. Ho
said president MoICInlcy wus going to
make a tour or the western states
during July. The plan as out
lined by Sonator Carter provides
Tor. an Interesting trip for the
president. Accompanied by Mrs. Mc
Klnlcy and u number of Intlmato olll
olul associates ho will leave Wash
ington about July 15. From Chicago
west to tho Yellowstone Park tho trip
will bo slow nnd but fow speeches may
After leaving tho park, tho party
will visit somo of the principal points
In the western states and thou makoa
quick return Journey to Washington.
looks blue for quay.
The Famous "Red Book" Admitted as
Evidence by Judge Diddle,
Uy Aaimulntrit I'rcnx (n Ilia JuurnnL
PuiLADBLi'MiA, April 1 1. At Quay's
trial today Judge Blddle determined
that tho witness Goldsmith a former
clerk of the Pcoplos Oank, should bo
permitted to testify us to the entries
lu tho "red book." This decision
practically admits tho fatuous ''red
book"as oyldonco against Quay.
Wm. II. Muellor, nr Baker City, was
toduy grantoJ an additional pension
or 91, making In all 912 per month.
Bear Admiral Schley was today as
signed to duty as u member cf tho
unvul exumlug board In Washington,
Tin Postofllco at Gurdauo, Uma
tilla c.itinty, Oregon, has boon moved
thm; plgths of a mile to tho north
(iiturimr I.nn, or South Dakota, has
wrltltm to I'msldcnt McKlnloy, de
manding the return or tho South Da
kota volunteorfl rrom the Phllpplncs.
Honolulu udylccs says that the ex
Queen Dowager Kaplolaul Is seriously
111. She had another stroko or apo
plexy about it week ago.
Tho Pittsburg Club, tho leading
social organization or that cltv. will
take action on the death of JLIouten-
I III our Mm, DuiMr m-nt A
I1lll I.IIM MHt ui .v eoitu HI'
IMir Mu' Mill I llujr'p riliHlalu I
InK II tie will Miilltleuiiu in Im !
it iKirtlrliMiiit in lli kItIhk r
A ir oiu!lt!m wiirwi.l
111411 tlw tjikeu. Gorno,
muku your tniratinno.
IK 1 1
t, In wb41
tjrfiM7 ir v- P l ' v
ruvv U KU (1IIII
New Golf Hose
Willi thu Ut blllloo ifl4t.
(Jliinntkln UoihI loop. i
delicious and wholesome
fowtm co , nt.w vouk.
ant Philip Lansdale. who was killed
A Southern senator and provisional
army olllccr declare yesterday that
Presldont MoKlnley assumed him he
would cull ror 35,000 volunteers within
a row weeks.
The president has today prepared
n proclamation setting apart J30,0d0j
acres oi iiiuu on soutn side or Lake
Tahoe, California, us a forestry re-,
serve, und a public park, d
Tho 23th round of the Great Amorl-
can Handicap In the interstate as
sociation live bird tnurnament, wan
concluded at Elkwood III. today. Tom
Marshall, mayor or Kelthsburg Ills,
On account of the Incrcuscd de
mands on the treasury reserve, Sec
rotary Gago will withdraw 910,000,000
government deposits rrom New Yoik
banks within tho next threo months
about 91,000,000 a week. On account
or tho Spanish Indemnity, the es
ponses will then bo greater than the
In tho United States district court
at Washington, William Eastman
Cutter, convicted or conspiring to aid
and abet William Hoggs In the latter'
then or 9107,000 rrom the llrst Na
tional bank, or Dover, or which Hoggs
wus paying teller, was sentenced by
Judge Bradford to pay u Hoc ot 95000
and be Imprisoned for 18 months.
2 red 70.
l.dOJ cash 1.00.
14. May 731; cu6h
April 1. -May
( They made a rule J J5
s that only medicines
of absolute purity and ?
satcty could be ad- ( j
mitted to the World's j j
j When it came to )
5 sarsaparillas they ac- j -
) ecpted but ene: ) , j
HART, 8&rlAFFNEfl & MANX.
ronllcldthlig buyers stands for
thpliest Our spring lino Is now
verr complcto with
ALU WOOL BLUES EROES.
ALL WOOL CA88IMERES
ALL WOOL CLAYB.
ALL WOOL CHEV
umevui i a.
$8.50 to 520.00.
Bovh' and rhlldron's clothing.
That uru warranted to give satls
funtltjn. Wo have tho best. All
styles lu newest materials.
$1,50 to 57,50,
Made of the icgulation
Qlotti haino us worn Hi
Gavttlry nnd Infantry.