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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL.
THE NEW YORK RACKET.
E. T. BARNES, Prop.
And tlicy are neat patterns too.
Imvo the liner grades If you want
MEN'S BICYCLE SUITS, $2.70, $3.35, $4.50, and $5.75
MEN'S BICYCLE PANTS, $1.25 $1.70 ,$2.15
MEN'S CRASH SUITS, $2.40 to $3.65
MEN'S CRASH PANTS, $. 00
SAVES YOU MONEY
ly We Closo lit G o'clock, except
m njihi hikWn.rht'ih"J - hWfc
-, -v i .; - -
S i 1 3 &
-a "H '"V -
DIFFERENT STYLES of Stripes, Plaid
yn nun wwn i
I We a so have a nice line ol
i, A nice line of Notions, and
309 North Commercial Street.
fiT pr- r- r fr- fir Jf ft-
k 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
Sizes 12 to 2, at 75c.
Wo Closo at eo'clock, except
fl Flying Top
- Given away with each pair Children's shoes it costs
no more to wear a pair of our late up to date shoes
S than you pay others for old stock.
See our Men' Tan and Rlack Vml (a SHOO worth 81.00.
See our Men's Tan and Hlaok Vici f W 50 worth '! 0.
See cur Men's Tan ana HUcfc Viol (a 2 00 wotili $3 00.
2 Every pair guaranteed by us and free shines thrown in.
5 Krausse Bros.
- 275 COMMERCIAL St. g
; No cheap, shoddy goods handled by us. j
We Are Headquarters
Of course wo
tticin at 45c
Wo have a line line of Gent's Dressy Summer
Shirts, Don't forget those "Star 5 Star"
Shoos. We have thorn In all tlie"Up to-Dato"
styles. Our customers have learned from ex
perience that the
ON EVERY PU RCHASE.
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jf jtl t df t
and Fancy Silks of all Gracfes. Call
and order from Samples and get it bran
new. Don't buy old shelf worn silks. '
JJ vv nwu ttw..
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plain bilks oi all colors, v j
Hosiery, and Underwear v
p P P ftpr ,"
UIik tbw w Ea. B. 1-.
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01 Statu St 'Salem, Our.
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For pruning tools of allude
Draw cut Pruning Shears,
Pruning Saws, etc. etc,
N. W. Cor. 3UU & Liberty SU, Salem.
BHK& I A
To Be SDrouted
Dewey Reports Quiet ana
Order in Guan.
Judge Biddle Makes a Plain Conspir -
lly Associated I'rce to (he Journal.
Victokia, April 14, According to
tliol'c'klng and Ticu Tsln Times, It
Is generally believed among the for
eign clement at Peking that the
seizure of Kino Chau by Germany was
the llrst step toward the realization or
the scheme of Kaiser Wilhclm to
place a German king on Chlncso soil.
Washington, April 15. The fol
lowing is received from' Admiral
"Manila. The Wheeling arrived
from Guam. Quiet und order reign
there, They are most friendly to the
Americans, The native government
established by Taussig Is working
well. The native soldiers aro a line
body of men. The Nunshnn (U. S.
naval transport) Is In Guam,"
Philadelphia, April 15. in the
Quay trial Goldsmith again took the
stand this morning, and as an Indi
cation of the purpose of opposing
counsel, to contest every question
which illicit bring the contents of the
"red book" before the jHry, before Its
admissibility was finally determined,
the llrst question by the district at
torney was obtcctcd 10 and after a
spirited argument, the dcfetibo scored
Diddle admitted tho "red book" us
evidence agaidst Senator Quay. In so
doing, Judge Blddlo apoko at length
to Quay's counsel on the number of
useless objections made on the basis
that the ottered evidence did not men
lie suld It was not u question of
Quay alone, but of conspiracy, und if
the evlduncc did nut Impllciito Quay,
no harm could be done.
Manila, April 15. Fifty-Urst Iowa
regiment lias relieved tbeTenth Penn
sylvunlu at Malolos and tho latter has
proceeded to Cav He. Pureuuntto In
structions from Madrid, the Spanish
officials und troops destined for the
Caroline Inlands disembarked from
the steamer Porto Rice today.
lly Amtodtttcil lre to Hie Journal.
Tacoma, April 15. Five days
mall urrlved from tho east this
morning over the Northern Pacltlc
railroad. Delay was caused by Hoods
and washouts In Montrua.
A rich lind of Molybdenum, a scarce
metal, Is reported In the carbon dis
trict forty miles from this city.
Washinoton, April 15, The Pres
ident has appointed Lawrenco Town-
Hcnd to succeed Dellamy btorer n
United States minister to Drussells,
Towiibend is at prosont United States
lly Amnclulril l'rt to th Jourliul.
Clrvklanu, O., April 16. The
wholesale millinery establishment of
Hurt and Co., occupying a block, Is
burning. Ambulaucus have been called
and It Is reported that u number of
lives are lost.
Worse Than Filipinos.
TACOMA, April, 15. The Glenogle
arrived tills ufternoon from the Orient
with two-hundred Japanese believed
to be coming In as contract laborers.
FOR SALE OR RENT.-10 acres of
land, and house, one aore of garden,
balance bottom pasture and wood
Good water, Joins soliool. G. SV
Pearmlne, 2 miles north on River
road. I 16 tf
I AJkJkJw i s
The finest chain wheel ever turned out of a factory,
Hartfords, strictly high grade, $35,
Videttes, fully guaranteed, $25 and $26,
SROAT St WILSON.
SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY APRIL 15, 1899.
BACK PROM MANILA.
Member of Co. K, Reaches halem From
E. W. Decker, of Co. K, Oregon Vol
unteers, arrived on the morning over
land from San Francisco, Ho came
over on the transport Suandla, which
left Manila March 11. Ho was dis
charged March 2, on account of sick-,
ncsp, having been unlit for duty fdr
about four months from dysentery
Tho young Man's complexion shows
the elTcct of tho tropical sun, though
he says that ho has bleached out about
four8hadcs since leaving tho Islands.
He corroborates tho testimony of
the boys who liavo been writing
homo in regard to tho feeling of the
volunteers about coming back. Dofofe
hostilities broko out, they all had
the blues and wauled to come homo,
but since tho lighting commenced
there Is no more talk of that kind,
Mr. Becker was out with his com
pajiy on March C, and took part In a
skirmish not far from Manila, but the
Insurgents did not stay long, acting
lon t,lc theory tl!?t ""0 w,"? ,1l,ts nd
runs away may llvo to tight another
day," He has no complaints to make
of tho rations, embalmed beet not be
ing a part or tho bill of fare In tho
Phllllplnes. Rsfrlgorated fresli beer
Is brought from Australia, without
The boys over there think that
Dewey Is distinctly all right. Mr.
Decker tells of an Instance where tho
admiral was passing one of the soldiers
when the latter presented arms Diwdy
stopped, saying, "On, novcr mind pre
senting arms to me," und chatted
pleasantly for some time, putting oo
no frills about It.
This returned soldier Is not an ar
dent expansionist, but thinks that,
now wo have got into the muss, Ae
must stay with It until things ure
Clus. McKlnlc), or Salem, came
over on tho other transport, sick wl,i
u feycr and went to tho Prosidlo hos
pital. He is getting along nicely und
expects soon to be discharged.
Had the boys been discharged ucoup
led of uioQtha eurl!er.they would have
received about $400, travel money, but
now receive allowunco from San Fran
TheWallace cannery una evar.or.itor
located on 12th street, near tho S. P,
dopot, was purchased from J. M. Wal
1 ice. tho agent, by the W. K. Allen
Evupdratoratlng Company, of Kow
bcrg, tho consideration being $10,009,
Vhy Not In Oregon?
fir Aocluttl I'reaa to llm Jiiurnnl.
Tacoma, April 15.-Sovon cigar
dealers were arrested this morning for
running slot machines, and bound
over to hundred dollars ball each.
Tho arrests were caused by tho Law
and Order league.
Fredrick Weeks, of Douglas county,
aged 40 years, was brought (o tho
! HI MS, I I.I M..
"THE MAN WITH THE HOE."
Written after tealng Mlllot'i world famniu
Jod made man In Ills
Image, In tho Imago of
made Ho him, Genesis.
IloHed by tho weight of ceotorlea lie lentil
Upon hi liooatnl Kii'i on tho ground,
The ompllneMi filngo In Ills lace,
And nil his Imck tlio burden o( tho world.
Who nmdo lilid (lend to rttiiturw and duoiialr,
A thin that Krtoo.i notatnl that nvur luil'W
Btolldnnd ntuiiued.ji hrather to the ox
Who loosened mid letdown thli brutal Jaw
Who tui tho hand that liiDted bauL thlx brow ?
WliOhebrfwilli bleu out the light within tills
U thin the Thing thel-ord flod muln and gav
To have dominion over ea and land,
To trapA tho tuu und waroh the liuaM-iu for
Tofeel the iiamlon of Ktemlly'
Ullin trie t;ram uuurfameu uno uai urn
And )lllrol tliuhlunfirinHiiteiit with IIhIiI -Down
all llm atmteli of Hall to Itil&at Kill I
There la nohc more terrible than thli -
jiore toiiKoea i oenaiireoi ins vrortaa niiini
More lllltxl lllulnnaiid iiortent for tiiaaoiil
More frauKht with inenuoe to the unHeriMi
Wliat Bid f tiet ween him arut the Mraiihlm'
Hlaveoftho wheel of labor, what to him
weriato anil i hu swing or l'lolaifw?
What the Ioiik iraoln'ii ol the ikn of none.
Tla rlfl of dawn, the rwlilanlnir
oi i no riwr
ThroiiKli tldsdrcail ahae the aiilfertnK
Time'a tntReilr 1 In that itehinffMoop;
ThrouKh Oil dread ihai.e hilinaultr betrayed,
IMnnilrMl. nrolknntl and ilUlnlierltail.
riiindrl, profanwl and dUlnherlted
Crl iro(et to tli Judnea of the World,
A proteat that ItaUo proplieo;.
Onuutera, lonla and rulera In all lamU.
la llila the hamllwork ou Klveto Ool.
llita roonatroiu thing dlatortcd and iil
oiienrhetl? How will jouer itralghteli up this ahaiai
'IliMieli It uitatn with linmiirallly
(lire l.iek the upwurd looklni; ami the light;
Hehullil in It the matte and the dream,
Make rtxnt me immemorial iniainiea.
l'erfidloua wrii'. iiamadleahle wooa?
O nuutera. Ionia and ruler In all lamia.
How will tin, FniurM reckon with tide Man?
HowanawerhU brute qiimtion In that hour
When whirlwiud ol rebellion auakv Ilia world?
How will It lw with klnxdom ami wi'H klnga?
Wlth tirtMC who ulupwd hlin to tli thing lie
WliMi tbhtdumb Terror aUall rid to (ioil
After Uieallenoeof U. ceuturleir
He Makes A Bold
If All is Not Straight He
Will Surrender Fortune
And Throw His Liberty Into the
lly Aaaoclateil I'reaa to tlir Journal.
New Vomc, April 15. The Miuot
Investigation committee thH motnlng
hud Peter F. Myer on the wltne b
Sui-id. Ilu did not, he said, take
Croker into partnership to get the
binelltof tho Litter's reputation and
He was not olllctully connected with
the organization known as Tammany
Hall Meyer admitted that Croker
hud him uppolntcd to the dock yard
board, but corrected himself b say
ing that he was appointed by Mayor
Oroker win then called. "Will you
make a proposlt on ihat If dishonor,
able money or dishonorable transui
Hon are laid at your door, you will
ptrt with your fortune and your lib
ertyV" asked Mr. Mov.
"Yes" said L'roker, Croker declined
to talk regarding lilsltn'ttwltl clruum
stances when c returned from
Kuropo In 181)7.
BROUGHT HACK TO LIFE.
Poitland Liquor Dealer Narrowly Es
II) Aanoclitteil f'rraa tu the Journal.
Ahtohia, Or., April 15. Ah the
steumer Ilwueo was pulllug away from
her dock at Ilwueo yesterday after'
noon, one of tho passengers noticed a
derby hat and valise Moating by.
A small boat put out and
got them. Five minute later a man's
body was neon limiting In tho water
under tho bow. face downward and
with a light overcoat under his nrnr
Captain Thomas Parker saw that the
cars und neck uf the man wore black,
and directed some deckhundH to tlo n
ropo around tho body and make
It fast tu the tloek, so that the coronet
could tuko charge Tho man who
started 10 tie tho rope around tho
neck found that tho bodp was still
warm, und ut his, suggis
tlon, E. Wullauder, or tho Norlh
Reach lircsavlng crow, had the body
brought on bourd tho steamer and
under hlsdlrectlon life wu biuught
back after a hard half hnur's work.
He wab lortat it hotel at Ilwueo out
or (lunger when the bo it luft. In
tho excitement or saving his
life his name waa-not learned although
ull on tho boat claim to hayo known
him for years as a liquor douler
of Portland who has n cot
tago ut Long lieuch and npends
the Hummers there. Ho is about
5 feel 0 Indie high, 200 pounds
In weight und woro n short light
The Way Christians Act.
On Easter Sunday ut I0i30 u. tu. (he !
Mulberry street M.Echurch, In Troy,
u . wii unrneo. i no immtir in .iiSi
ciiurcii is uev. MJtniey i. uoyai, hi i
The Ilro nturUd lithe r(Kr and Iff -burued
I ho tipp.tr i-t'iry or thu steeple, J j
toe uro nap irtinuiib nui wt-niK uuiu n,
ut wutur on the roof on account ol
There 6 Great Danger
In allowing your eyes to pass yearly
without having them examined It
does not cost you anything to call ut
our store und have tficm examined by
a graduato option and if glanses are
needed we can supply them too at
moderatfl cost. We repair spectacle,
and eye glasses at reasonable prices If
only bout out of shape we straighten
HERMAN W. BAn,
IIO BTATD STREET
tho low pressuro of tho water works.
Tho building was valued nt $15,000,
and a splendid pipe organ, which was
also destroyed, cost $2,000.
Tho membership numbers almost
000 am? Is the ban nor M K oluucn of
the entire world for giving tu foreign
missions. The last act of the Sunday
school, which was Juiteloslnir as tho
Ilro was discovered, was tdulvoan
Easter nlTorliig to missions, amount
lug to $110. A now church war much
needed and will now be eroded nt
The burning of u church Is quite a
rare occurrence and one ulways to be
doplorcd as so many sacred memories
ulwuys cluster around such old tern
pics of worship. While tho ruins of
this church were still smouldorlng
tho Baptist, Christian, Lutheran and
Prcsbytorlan churches of tho city sent
resolutions of sympattiy to tho Mothod'
1st church and each denomination
Invited thorn to make use of their
building during such time as tlicy
would bo without a church house, In
dicating that In Troy, at least tho
selllshness of -creed and denomina
tional prldo Is rust giving wuy to the
true Christian fellowship which be
lieves that nil churches should
work for tho glory or Him who diod
for us all.
Suit Against Hammer Estate.
.IcITorson Myers, as administrator of
tho estate uf A, D. Itlsdon, deceased,
today tiled In the county clerks oillco
act ilm against the estate of S. R.
Ilamni r, deceased. The claim ls eit
forth In a puiltlun In wulch It Is al
leged that when Hammer vns admin
istrator or tho estate or Illsdon he
rosolvcd property of tho value of
$10,101) 70 and that of this sum ho
has rullcd to account for $0,623 81. 'It
Is ulso ullcgcd that the duly verllled
claim for this amount has been pre
sented to John Hughes, administrator
of Hummer'.-! o-itatc, and bus b en re
jected by him. Tho petition therefore
asks the county court to order the
claim allowed. If the county court
should allow this claim It Is probablo
that Hammer's bondsmcu will be
culled upon to make tho amount or the
claim good for the Hammer estate Is
not stiilllclcut tu coyer tho amount.
Quite u number of tho hogs belong
ing to the stuto of Orogoj, and serving
llfo sentcnccf at tho penitentiary, aro
reported to bo anlletcd with a disease
that threatens them with a pardon.
The ailment Is said by some vshu
claim to know to be tho 'genuine hug
oholero, for wlilttli no effective euro
has over been found.
Farmer Porter admits thut. It U
cholera and has boon buying mdlulno
fur Ills charges. Out of twelvu cish
last week ho lost one. This week he
has seven down, but says ihuy uru
Improving. It Is to bo hop.'d
sickness Is not no serious us
symptoms would indicate
It Is expected t.,at the dcllclency
appropriation for tho state fair will
be made available for thu payment
of warrants Monday. There aro one
or two people waiting fur that event,
! Jos. 'Meyers & Sons,
S Salem's Greatest Store.
Cents for u llticnf lUlf1k I
mid Turkish Towels that
ciinbldtlrtd line valuu at 2A n
Cent", Indies' vests In lino so
looted silver grey, Jcrtoy rlbb d.
Onoitu r)tyle button ucniss
Special Sale Silk Waists
Our eitlio line .of ready to
waists at ripeulul sale prices,
52.78 to 10.88.
New Corded Silk
Just received the very latest.
blues, new heliotrope Cerise
278 280 Commercial St. The Old White Corner.
AVE OLOSIS AT (J O'CLOCK,,
Mokes the food more
Rcsj McCormick With Holpof Confed
erates Takes Leg Bill.
Balcm Father Who Heroically Turns
His Son Over to the Administra
tion of Law.
Ross McCormick, a bou of J. Ii.
McCormick or this city, who was be
ing brought rrom Portland Friday
night oy Marshal Glbsou, escaped
from the train ut a woou siding this
sldo of Urooks.
Tho charge against tho young man
Is taking it purso and $15 from ono
Win. Schnoldor In Dageny's Saloon,
The train was crowded and Gibson
allowed McCormick to sit two
scats to tho rear of him. Close
observers on the train could
see that McCormick who was band
united but armed vi,h a bottle
or whiskey, hud confederates who
winked at, If they did not uctuully
nbslst at his escape, und thoy scorned
to enjoy omburraslng Gibson more
than lending him aid. Olbson wus
hot aftor his man und at ono timo
could have put a bullet through him,
but preferred tiring In tho nlr.
J. II. McCormick brought Ho9
to Recorder Judah's resldenco, 317
Liberty street, at about 1 o'clock this
morning to have tils liundcutTs re
moved from his swoolen wrls s, and
there surrendered him to that olllcor
as tho nearest magistrate, und not ns
stated becatiKO Judge Juduh wus his
"Ir.tlmate frlond." IIo was bound
ovor till Monday foicnoon undor
$250 ball and ho was released this
mornlug ou a bond ror his nppouranco.
The boy oyldoutly expected his
father would unlooso his hands und
ho desorves credit for turning him
over to stand trial. That ho will got
exact Justice ut tho hands of Recor
der .1 udah, no ono can doubt.
The Salem papor which linn mudo It
is business lo suppress nil mention or
Roftuder Judiili'siiauio rrom Its col
umns, took occasion this morning to
change Its tuutlcs und It plainly
sought tu nibt a slur upon thatolllclul.
It took pains to duslgnnto that olllulal
as the "liitlmato friend" um young
man brought beroro him ror trial.
While this thrust In the dark was not
Intended tu bo complimentary or
truthrul, it did reveal a truth thut
Is vory plain to every ono, I, u , that
Mr, J udah is the man's friend-uk
he Is every mini's friend. If anybody
III our Men DuiMir nifiit
iiir Men a siul 110 a iiiiiiun
Men a siul
nr will entltleonri lo Im,
rttlwiit In the
A l'r niulltlimi Miin'tMHl
tl)ll thu twkeU Qomo,
mnku your (nirqhaso.
I Kanay Immiiii thirl white
llgtlfs, In awetl 1 CA
Now Hko Suits.
Now Ulko I'ants.
New Golf Hose
With Ihe'lalt, but Ion elTool,
CilWoI VIn lined lOOji c.
eiapul vwy oilti, lr ltr i?
delicious and wholesome
PowofH eo , titw roan.
doubts whether Judgo J udah has
friends In all walks of life It will only
be ncccesary to scan tho returns of
tho lato city election In Salem at
which ho was elected Recorder wlill
a two-Ui'Onc party majority against
MARION COUNTY NEWS.
Business Being Transacted at the Couit
N. Nickel has been appointed admin
istrator or the estate or Mary Mlckel,
J. L. Calvert, administrator of Hie
C9tnte of John Culvert, deceased, has
lllcd his tenth semi-annual account.
DKKDS KTO PILED.
L. F. Masher and wire, to J. A,
Hicks, 5 acres In 1 7, s. r 1 west. $100,
Mrtry J. Merrlmun and husband to
John Tyler, 18 ucres In 1 5, b. r 1 west.
United States to Noll McRoa, w J o
n w J, sec. 21 and o of n e , sec. 20
1 10, s. r 6 cast.
Two hop centract: J. G. Meyers
nnd W. P. Mussoy, or Hrcoks, each
agreeing to deliver to T. A.LIvcley &
Co. COOOlbiut 10 cents per pouna.
IVxir clothes cannot make joa look
old Krt'll pale elieeka won t do It.
Uno thing does It, and timer foils.
It I ImpoMlblo to look voung with
the color of seventy yairslu your hair.
, permanently postpones the tell-tale
algnaof age. It tiring Ixifk the color
or voutii .vi nrtyroiir luir nwyiooic
. as it dlil at fifteen. It thickens the
lair !wt, toi it from railing-out,
ami clnnxe tlio scalp from dandruff.
sr.u0a bottle. At all druggist.
If you rto not obtain all the txntSt
you extiMlFd (torn Ilia ui of In vigor.
vril lOBUuciur auvinii.
Low all. Mat. '
2 red 75!.
1,001 cash 1.0(11.
15,-May 721; catli
To cure La Grippe, ktep wsrm, etpeclallj
die feet, and take l)r. Miles' Nervine..
riAfIT, aCrtAFFHER MAFIX.
T'i all clothing bnyerii stnnds for
the best Our bpntv lino N
very completo with
L WOOL BLUES LHOE8
ALL WOOL CLAYS
ALL WOOL CHEVOl
ALL WOOL WORSTEDS.
$8.50 to $20.00.
Uny' und children's clothing.
Thutaro warranted togho satis
fant Ion. Wo have the best. All
styles In newest materials.
$1.50 to $7.50,
Mudo uf the legulutlon
Cloih sauio ns worn In
Cavalry and Infantry.
-1-jMrtl3haaiVr1sW 'riftlii 'nhn
& m.k a lifl-t ,