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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL.
SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY ATOIL 17, 18!)!).
RalRm Wnnlfin MlllslLAWTOT"
Home Made Good, j WfM A TQ
Specials: A very select
line of Boy's Knee Pant Suits
of our own goods made up in
New York. Get one for
All sizes of Bos Black Hose, " J " s ri,,ll- eguiar sizes,
the very best to be had: Ask S sfizes ?n? ?xtni Ion;
f ' fKpt,, No matter what size you call
Ior tnem' for we have them. A special
drive on them.
The finest line of Crash Hats
for Men and Bovs to be
in Patterns and
All the Filipino Prisoners
Are to Be Returned
ialem Woolen Mill Store
Those Towns That Have Been Captured
Will Have to Be Abandoned.
On all lines of Spring Goods. We
are selling the same qnality as
others ask you $3 for, for 2,50.
We irive vou the straight dis
count for cash and offer no premiums and do not have to
cinch you on the shoes to get even. Our business is
conducted strictly on business principles and conse
quently increasing every day.
Great specialty made of infant and children's goods
SALEM SHOE STORE ;
Ladd & Bush Bank Building, State street.
Storo olosos at 6 o'clock, oxcopt Saturday. '.
" W WW""
BE"' p- E"" w P w W v
Men's Patent Leather Shoes
k FREE SHINES
j To Customers.
NOT TO CRACK
Up-to-date Styles S3.
NEW Sn OH STORE
04 Statu St. Salem, Our.
Wo Closo at e o'clock,
The kind not guaranteed,
Sold for $5 and $6
OUR PRICE $3.50.
Or Aaaooliitetl I'reai to (lia Jonrnnl.
New York, April 17. A special to
tlio Ilorald from Washington says:
When shown tlio dispatch announcing
the recall of Lawton, General Schwnn,
noting adjutunt-g ucral said It was In
accordance with thoiundcrstundlug of
tlio war department as, to the purpose
(if Lawtou'a campaign. "General .Otis
has sent an expedition to southern
Luzon, "ho continued," for the
purpose of destroying tho Insurant
forces, to make a reconnaissance of
that territory and to spread broadcast
the recent proclamation of the Phil
ippine commission, setting forth the
purposes of t'.ils government. I ex
pect he will clear all prisoners taken
and they will be sent to their homes.
Ily this action it Is hoped ho will
provo to tlio Filipinos that the Amer
icans are not barbarous and that we
purposo to treat tho Filipinos humanely."
(Dy Sunday Cable.)
Manila, April 17, 10:50 a. m. Major-General
Lawton's expedition of
the Laguna do J3uy district re-oni-barked
last evening, anchored for the
night at tho hcud of the riycr Paslg
and reached Manila this morning,
bringing all the men and tho captured
Insurgent boats. Its objects, namely
the capture of tho Insurgents' boats
und the distribution oMhe proclnma
mation, emphasized by a lesson of
American power throughout tho lake
region, liavo been attained. General
Lawton Immediately began prepara
tions for un important (expedition on
land. Thcro has been jno lighting on
tlio lake for three days.
Lawton returned to Manila accord
ing to orders from Otis. Lawton de
clares that America needs 100,000
men to pacify the Philippines, Tic
says that with the present force ho
could go through all Luzon, but to
maintain guycrnmcut tho United
States must garrison all the towns. lb
lias not the men, therefore the need of
a largo army,
All tho towns In the Lu U inula bay
district captured mint be abandoned,
much to Lawton's regret. They In
clude Peate, Santa Cruz, Lougos,
Luuiban, Pagasaan. A second osim
palgn Is to be made in this country in
the rainy season when boats of greater
draught can opcrato in the lake owing
to higher water, thus giving tho boats
a chance to help tho army. Lawton's
troops will be used In tho operation?
northward, and may be sent around
by boat, to the north of Agulnuldo to
cub him off and force him between two
lines. With Lawton ono sldo and
McArthuratCalumplb on the other.
Washington, April 10 The dcslro
of the .volunteers to return to this
country Is evidenced in a report which
shows that to those which havo been
offered oportunlty to ro-lnlist with
the offer of a bonus In travel pay of
over $500, only about 7 per coot will
accept. Tho volunteers lb Is sa'd, de
sire to come home by organizations lit
stead of Individually. Some discharges
of individual soldiers liavo been
brought uboub by congressional pres
sure, bub us a rulo Gcncrul Otis has
has been disapproving all applications
for discharges except In case of Sick
Second Oregon, April lG-Ooinpany
A Second Lieutenant J. A. Young,
First North' Dakota Company I,
Private Herbctt Fllw. axilla severe.
Killed First Ninth Dakota, com
pany C, Corporal I. Drlscnll; Wagnor
J. Peter Tomklns; Privates Alfred
Alloni, William O. Lamb; company I,
Musician George Sclincllcr. Otib.
: a n& &$l w-attl -e& rfi -1 --fl
OTIS' CASUALTY LIST.
Lieutenant J. A. Young, Second Oregon,
Among the Injured.
Wasuinqton, April 17. Tho fol
loping cablegram from General Otis,
at Manila, was received ut the war
Manila, A'jrll 10. Adjutunb-Gon-oral,
Washington Deaths since last,
Smallpox. April 5 Dunlel S. Noble,
recruit, Eighteenth Infantry; 0th,
Nathaniel J. Prlckett, privates com
pany G. Twenty-third infantry; 11th
Julius Huhfeld, corporal, company
N. Fourth Infantry; 13th, Algernon
Gardner, prlyato company G, Fourth
Infantry; John Turner, prlvuto Com
pany II. FIfty-llrat Iowa.
Typhoid fovor, April 8-ChnrIcs
Kaiser, corporal company F, First
Foyer undetermined, April III
Charles Echols, private company H,
First South Dakota.
Dysentery, April 13 Albert II.
Whltukcr, sergeant company A, First
Suicide, April 12 Gcorgo Hrlggs,
private Company G, First Wyoming;
real name Harry D, Wicks.
Casualties not heretofore reperted:
Wounded First Nobnislca, March
24 Company II, Private Deeds
Forsbelg, abdomen, slight; 28th, com
pany F, Prlyato Ora Rosl, alde.sllght;
28th, company O, Prlvato Jc6so Balrd,
hand, slight; company F, Edward
Matthews, wnlt, Blight; 31st,company
L, Sergeant William L. Baehr,
shoulder, slight; company 13, Private
Herbert Rasmussan, thigh, severe;
compauy F, Frank A. Graham, leg
First Washington, April 13 Com
pany II. First Lieutenant Edward F.
Southern, forearm severe; First b'or
geanb John G. Curl too, leg, slight.
Fourteenth Infantry Company A,
Privates Moses P. Pilchard, thigh,
Beverc; company K, Alonzo R. John
on, hip, severe
San FiuNoiaoo, April 17. At tlio
presidio reservation last night, In the
saloon of Adolph Rohfeld, several
soldiers commenced a discussion of
the Cuban campaign, Clias. L. King
claimed to have been In tho Cuban
campaign. This led to a dispute and
a general fight was st-irtcd In which
King received a terrible drubbing,
lie was compelled to go to a hospital
arid it was noised about that he was
dead. Ills comrades gathered and de
termined to wreak 'revenge on the
establishment of Rchfcld. Poltccmou
temporarily restored o.rder autl sent to
the presidio for aid. Troop It, Fourth
cavalry and Company L, 21 Infantry,
In the mean time tho riot had
broken out again, and when the sol
dolors urrlvcd and found the built!
Ing occupied by Rohfelds saloon, his
brother' biirbcrshop and j tullorshop
of Goldberg In Humes,
Soldiers were inviting tho police to
ontor n contest of arms and pande
monium reigned. Lieut. Harris or
dered tho mcu to surround the oolllg
oronts, and lu A few minutes 200 men
wore undor arrest.
j An Investigation was immediately
Later In the day the oillcers discov
ered tho culprits who beat King. The
effort to dlicovor the perpetrators of
tho Incendiarism are unavailing,
Refuses to Answer
r Absolutely Ipure
Makes tho food more delicious and wholesome
kotAi bakim pomtn co., w vom.
Lon Edwards Acquitted,
Ily Aiauvlateil Press to Mis Journiil.
Jacksonville, April 17. Tho Jury
In the case of Lon Edwards, Indicted
for killing his partner, Charles Kyuns,
ui Wagner Gup, lias returned a verdict
or not uullty. The ovldone against
him was entirely circumstantial.
The trial had been in progress In
tho circuit court since last Tuesday,
and hud been stubbornly contested.
The case was given to tho JuryutS
o'clock Tuesday ivonlng. The Jury
dollburutcd''all night without being
able to come to an agreement, und at
about 8 o'clock were given further In
structions upon some points of law by
Judge Hanna, uftvr which tficy soon
determined upon u verdict of acquit
tal. Special Sewing Machine Sile.
Do nob forgeb now Is the time to
buy a sou Ing iiuuhlna from Geo, C.
Will. Cheaper grado of much I net. ar
rived and you can now buy a High
arm Bolf-threadiug shuttle, all ub,
tachmontK l he same quality of gout's
as so extoublvoly advertised by east
ern business mun from Kioto $20 and
you pay tho freight which is moio
bhan $4. You can buy lb of Gun. V.
Will for 817. 35. In u rual good cheap
machine cxamlno the Climax. lb will
sew 8omo kind of thread und nob
chango tension that others will nob
60w with. You can buy tho lnltter
now for $21 827:50 and $30 ."0. I)- riot
pub off buying us theso priccH uro
only during this sale mid tlio way
they aro going I may run out of cer
tain styles you may want.
Quay Got Interest
Soldiers Rioting in a
II Aiauclatetl I'rci tu tli Jiiuriml.
Nnw York, April !7.-ThcMacet In
vestigating cumuiltto .reconvened to
day. At a conference of the commit
tee before proceedings opened, As
scuiblyman, Hoffman offorcd rcsolu
tlouscalllng for nu Investigation o
rumors, "thatu certain law tlrin In
Now York by corrupt means had se
cured passage through the ussembly
of a bill known as tho Astoria gim
The resolutions were defeated. Mr.
Mazcbsuld the committee had cer
tain work to perform, that Its node
of procecduru had been laid out nnd
that the present Is no time for taking
up extraneous mutters. Ibis under
stood ho spoke for all Republicans or
Richard Crok'ir refused to nnswor
tlio questions as to how much lie paid
for his stock In tho United Stal8 Fi
delity HoudComptny, or whether iho
stock was ulvcn to him. Tho refusal
wus noted and Crbker will probably bo
reported to tlio Jasscmbly at Albany
with a vlow of being pnm'olud
against for contempt.
Pim.ADr.i.iMitA, April 17, riiu(Jimy
trial opened this morning with Meyer
Goldsmith, the commonwealih's ex
pert accountant on tho riband, Wit
uces said tlio bank -books show that
of I ho state deposit 20 pur cent wus
usud by tlio bank without Interest
$200,000 was sut aside fnriHonf C;iiay
and Interest on tho .balance divided
between Quay, Haywood and Mckee.
Defcn.-e asked that wlbness bo made
to produce tho entry showing that
anything was scb aside for Quay. The
Judge declined, saying If tho state
ment wero false, they can so be
proven on cross-examination.
Their Own Exertions Growers Have
All to Qain and Nothing to Lose.
Tho tine growing weather for tho
pasb few weeks has caused hop grow
ers to rejolco ub tlio pru.pcct and
nearly oyory hopniun in the vicinity
of Salem has resolved to do even more
for tho udvuncemonb of quality than
last year, which was n long strldo In
the direction of a bettor articlo than
had oyer been marketed boforo. Most
hop growers havo bcomo satisfied
that tho Improvement mado last year
can even be brought to greater per
fection by following out lines of Im
provement laid down for last year's
Early sproylng und often, nnd tho
application of tho old maxim, "an
ounco of preventative Is worth u
pound of cure" will be practiced.
Tho fact that the Inorouscd acrcago
will not bo u factor In tho coming
crop does not cause fcarof overproduc
tion, yet with uu unusually good crop
the yield will bo bigger than lb has
ever been beforo owing to tho fact
that ull tliu missing hills In lasb year's
crop will bo represented by a now nnd
vigorous vino this season, though tho
new vine will nob bear a full crop. All
hop men who are posted, claim this
new vine, where tho missing hills
wero lasb season, will cause un In
crease of at least tun per cent In yield,
All this added to tho
fact Unit Oregon growers know bet
ter ho'v tu sayo ull tho marketable
hops and keep down lieu with un
almost suroty, and havo nothing to
fear but mlldow, They havo partly
redeemed their old prcstaga tor mar
keting tho best hop grown in America
which causes the hop buyers to look
forward to another year of prosperity
In their lino of business.
Thcro aro many places where the
grower can yet improve. Soiuo
siiy many pick too early and do not
wait lor roll maturity. Tho strictly
yellow hop which wus formerly con
sidered the piopur color Is not now
wunted, too much of It was caused
by heavy sulphuring, and that color Is
no more In demand, but now tho fav
orite, and whut Is most wanted, rolnr,
Is u bright greenish yellow and of full
strength and properly dried.
Another of tho drawbacks that have
caused some hop men to get low
figures tor tliolr hops is blin slovenly
way they aro baled: poorly sewed up,
with long uneven stitches and saklng
all dirtied and not squarely baled
up. Many buyers will shun a dirty
looking lob of bale. The arb of cur
ing Is also bettor understood. Tho
experience of the past bwo years has
been a lesson to growers and If thcic
aro any hops that are nob up to stand
ard they had better bo left on tho
Tho hop men hayc tho advantage of
any other producersln as much us ltU
one of tho businesses which lias uot
neon manipulated by a trnst and grow
ers havo less to complain of from tho
hop merchant than any other producer.
In tlio article of twlno alono , theyrfi;
uuyu uecu in cuniaco wiui trusts.
Twlno will probably bo fully as high
If not higher, owing to tho cotton
All In ull the Oregon hop grower
hayc better prospects thao any other
Industry on tho Pad lie coast. Ills
prosperity depends entirety on Ids own
business sagacity In curing and sav
ing and marketing his crop.
Rev. P. 0. HeUlcr went to rortMntU
j A full beard isn't y
S much consolation to ? .
) a man with a bald s J
j head ' k
j Hair Vigor i
I will make hair row. j $
1.001 cash 1 00!.
17.-May 721; cash
April 1G May
To cur La Grippe, keep warm, etptclall
the feet, and take Ut. MIW Nervine.
Jos. Meyers & Sons,
I Salem's Greatest Store.
- 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.
5 See our Men's Tan nnd Hlack Viol ( &I00 worth $1.00.
See our Men's Tun und Hliek Viol (tf 2ftu worth 3.50.
5 See cur Men's Tun and Ul.ick Vlcl (ci 32 00 wotrh $3.00.
2 Every pair guaranteed by us and free shines thrown in. D
Krausse Bros. 1
275 COMMERCIAL St.
No cheap, shoddy goods handled by us. g
For pruning tools of
Draw cut Pruning Shears,
Pruning Saws, etc. etc,
N. W. Our. Stale & Liberty SU, Salem.
Personals and CDrrenf EveDfs.
GLEANED FROM ASSOCIATED PRESS REPORTS
RECEIVED BY THE JOURNAL.
MONDAY, AI'UIIv 17, 1809.
Tho Duchess of Marlborough Is dead.
During election riots at Hlluon, Spain.JW persons were wounded.
Hen Uur" Is to be dramatized with the consonb of General Lew Wallacy .
Tho transport Ohio arrived ab 'Frisco from Manila today. Khc brought
no soldiers or other passengers.
Tho Right Rev. John Ambrose Watterson. bluhopof tho dlocesu of Col
umbus, Ohio, died this morning.
Popff Leo probably appoared In Ht. Peters, ub the Thanksgiving muss,
Sunday for tho last time. The condition of the holy futher seemed to bo one
of extrame emaciation.
Reports to the Hoo from over Nebraska Indicate that tho damage to tl e
winter wheat and rye has boen greatly exaggerated. With a fuvorable sws u
from now on. there will be a fair orop.
Tho American npora singer Kininu Kovadu wus hissed by the Spanlsi'
gracdous at Seville At Madrid the queon rngunt whs Informed of the occur
rence Hor majftsty InviUd Nevada to a olre ar. blw pili;, and present --d
to her a diamond und sipphlro bruculot.
Wm. J. Bryan spok Saturduy night to tho lirgast bumiuit tyor given
In New York, rolteiutlng his udherenco Ui Ui 0'ilndgi platfurm and fno
cnlr.-aao of bllver. Ho ruwlyod a numbr if willors Sunday at Hie Ilo'el
I'a-tiiuldi, andatlenUed Dr Pa'ktnir t'chureli in thouf ornoon.
Geo. Patterson, who has been head
clerk ut the Wllhuuoltc since It
opened under tho present manage-
..nn lino imuia t.i T.iutiirn nriu'riii fill
a com ut of his huulth Tummy (hmnu, I
who bus faithfully tilled tho position
usulght clurk, will be promoted to
head clerk, and gets un Increase of
slary. J. J. Keller, or new mm
CKy will fill tho place us night clerk
Hon. .1. L, Sharpsboln, u prominent
lawor from Walla Walla, was .In th
olty today, u gucsb of Mrs. C, b. Dyer.
Jncub Graver, u student at the
blind foIiqoI, wont to Portland toduy
for ti short visit.
Dr. nnd Mr. I). A. Pulno wenb to
im nig iii"1"" '-" ' Ladies
(ft I J
mmmmtmmmmmmmmimmm I m MH ft,mL l i.
The finest chain wheel ever turned out of a factory,
Hartfords, strictly high grade, $35,
Videttes, fully guaranteed, S25 and S26,
SROAT Sl WILSON.
This week our cntlro lino of Now
IJoblnem Nottingliams Irish Point,
Thcri's Great Danger
In ullovlng your eye to paw yearly
without having them examined It
does not cost you anything to rail ut
our htore und havo them examined by
a graduate option und If glasses aro
ncJod we run supply them too at
moderate cant. We repair spectacle
and eye glujsat reasonable prl's. If
only bent out of mhapo wo straighten
IlJSTtAN AV. BANK,
110 utatu Bxnmrr.
(,'naU k i lr LiKlifn
fMt IjU1c lln ."
R, d W, Men's
In swoll now pat
term fancy wnrsb
Ofls. hair lines,
check, etc., per
S2 to $7.
Imported So itch MuJpm exelus
i In our llwi IteMr m, nt
iiiw iwy iuiuimi
1 wind iiiirulwuw,
iliak will anlltleuue IQ In
iwrttalant In IN tiUiiiKor
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our Jim- ww iiyy iumiii
A lovely new lloo of high art ling
erle at popular prices.
A Kr wiwilttoa exprl
mw t tllkBl. co
. mnko your pu
New Bike Bejts
25c to 76:,
I 278 280 Commercial St, The Old White Cornel.
g WIS CLOSE AT (J O'CLOCK.