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SALEM, OREGON, SATUHDAif APRIL 22, 18i)i).
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have the tiner grades If you wunt
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MEN'S BICYCLE PANTS, 1.2551.70 ,2.15
MEN'S CRASH SUITS, 2.40 to 3.65
MEN'S CRASH PANTS, jjtl .00
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Draw cut Pruning Shears,
Pruning Saws, etc etc,
N. W. Cor. State & Liberty SU, Salem.
Gen, Lawton in
Germany -Asked for Cessation of
Coaling Stations in the Philip
pines. Or AasoclntfMl 1'ren to (lie Jonrnnl.
Manila, April 22.-7 p. m. Geoeral
Lawton took tho Hold at daybreak
today with n column or 'troop con
sisting or the North Dakota regiment,
two batalllons or tho Third Infantry,
and the Twenty-Second Infautr , two
guns or Scott's battery, three troop
or tho Fourth cnvalry und Gale's
squadron all equipped In light niarcti
The force started at 5 o'clock a. m
oyer tho Novaliohcs road, traversing
the country previously cleared of the
rebels, but subsequently rcocoupled
by them- It Is presumed that Lawton,
by this unvemeni, will outlhnk the
enemy before joining MacArthur on
the north or Novallches.
The Dakota regiment tlrst encount
ered tho enemy In front of Novullches
at 8 a. m. Tho rebcN opeued lire, but
their lire was silenced Uftcen minutes
later, and the enemy retiring In bad
order and tho Americans advancing
along the rough roads around Noval
lches. They were considerably an
noyed by tho lire or rebel sharpshoot
ers from the Jungle for two hours.
At 2 o'clock In thu afternoon tho
rebels were In full Might leaving many
dead on tho Held and our troops were
compelled to take a brier rest In the
shade the Intense heat overpowering
London, April 22. Tho Chronicle
We are Informed that during the
Ilspauo-Amcrloan war, Germany
proposed to the United States the
cession of a coaling station In Philip,
pines In the event or action, together
with the exchange or commercial
privileges. The United States re
plied that, proposition was premature.
' Later on Uermauy asked the United
States not to unucx the Caroline Is
lands, claiming she hud the tlrst
right to them herself nod renewinu
the reouest for a coaling station In
exchange for Marsh islands.
United States repeated 'that the
quest war premature and the ncgotla
lions are still In abeyance.
Washington, April 22. Tho war
department today received a calle
gram from General Otis announcing
the' formation or a new Hying
column under command or Gencial
Lawton ant' the Initiation or a new
campaign which It Is expected will
result lu clearing out tho Jungle In
the country north or Manila up to the
foot .hills on noitheust and up to
termination or the railway at Uulcan.
Tho text of tho dispatch Is not made
public, but it Is understood to agree
closely with the account or the move
ments contained in the associated I
press dispatches from Manila.
Washington, April 22 Tho North
Atlantic squadron sailed today from
St. Pierre, northward. Tito aoiace
ha8ialled from Manila for San Fran
cisco. . Senator Thurston Changes Front.
Or Aaaoclatrd l'rt to the Jiinrunl.
Philadelphia, Ayrll 22. -Senator
J. M. Thurston, of Nebrasku, made
an informal addreo-i at the Union
League hero. A mong other things ne
said he had changed front and was no
longer a conservative, but an annexa
tionist, lie believed that this coun
try's attitude In tho present Philip
pine situation was right. Ho regarded
Agulnaldo's uprising a, simply a re
bellion of anarch), which must be
During the curs of his remarks,
Mr. Thurston said:
"I have frome thoughts, as every
American citizen has on the new des
tiny which has opened up before us,
and we are met with many expres
sions of oplnlous from the newspapeis
Many are pelmUlju
The fin:st chain wheel ever tailed out of a factory;
Harlfords, strictly high grade, S3 5,
Videttes, fully guaranteed, S25 and $26,
SROAT & WILSON.
and wo hear many walllngs and warn
ings. These come from the blllouNi
citizens of tho United States. These
arc tic pessimistic Individuals, who
have bad livers and whose kidney are
out of time.
Our forefathers never looked for
ward to the land breakers of the At
lantic and the sun of the Pad tic shore
and yet there arc those In these pes
simistic times who say that we aro
bound by tho views of the fathers.
Constitutions aro written for the gov
erment and tho time In which they
arn planned, and they aro always
mndo to meet the emergencies of pro
1 voted against tho annexation of
riawall because of a conservatism
which I could not overcome; therefore,
you will understand that I am not n
partisan, but wnon, In tho providence'
of God, now territory and now ron
sponslbillties come to us we aro
biund to share part of the responsi
bility I am ono of thoso who would have
wished that after Dewey sailed Into
Manila and 'gained -tho grandest vic
tory of modern times, that ho could
have left without accepting the re-,
spunslblllty, But this would not bo,
dune. God has gtvon us the responsi
bility and wo. must accent It. Civil
ization has tho right of way over bar-!
oarism anu tuo American people arc
equal t this or any other responsibil
ity that might arise.
NEW YORK CTY
The Investigating Committee
Springs a Sensation.
Il- Aaaoolntcil l'rraa (u (lie Jonrnnl'
New Youic, April 22. At the pro
ceedings In tho Mazet Investigating
committee. In a somewhat sensational
uienujr tuh morning, Attirney
Clark saiu ne desired to call tho atten
tion or tho committee and the wit
nesjes to the penal code, which pro
vides for Imprisonment or line for
refusing to attend or answer questions
propounded by a committee of the
"You' will observe," said Clark;
"that for continuous rorusal to auswer
proper and material questions, a wl
ness commits a misdemeanor. Tho
purposo of the counsel of this commit
tee Is to cite contumacious witnesses,
to the criminal authorities for pro
indictment nnd punish-
German Military Prisoner
IJ- ANmiulnlviI I'reaa to the Jiiiirnnl.
Hkkm.v, April 22. Sergeant Major
Albrccht. who was being taken in
chains to the Spandau military prison
escaped from his guards and has not
been recuptured. He was charged
j with high treason In disclosing to
j Russian agents tho detailed plans of
An Open Ceder Boat Drifted Ashore
Ily Anaoclnletl Irea lu Hie Jonrnnl.
San Francisco, April 22. The
steamer City of Para, from Central
American ports, brings detalli of an
oceun tragedy. When the vessel was
at Corlnto, an open boat containing
the remains of nine men who perished
months ago, drifted ashoro, Louis W.
W, Maslin, son of R. W. Maslln, a
deputy naval ofllccr or this port, was
ono or the victims, The names of tho
others aro not given.
They Expected to Dump $10,000,000
FiliLADRLi'lllA. April 22. Secret
service meti say tho counterfeiters ar
rested here and In Lancaster, Pa , In
tended to attempt to bribe a trusted
otlllclul of one of .tho United States (
sub-treasuries and dump 810,000.000 of ;
contcrrelt notes directly upon the
government. The gang had a 50 note
and a 9100 note partly finished, and
planned to mako plates for a $20 note.
They had paper and machinery to
carry out the plan,
Run Down by the Chicago Northwestern
lir AaaoclHtvd l'rcsa to lb Jourunl.
Bahauoo, Wis. April 22. Four I
young people were run down today by j
the Chicago and northwestern last
mall, at Crawfords crossing. Three
were instantly killed. Benole Tullbs.
Kittle Marshall, Nelllo Welch. Tin-
party was walking oo the track and
failed to notice tho approaching train
No Cruisers Ordered
Nearly The Whole German
Fleet at Kiao Oban.
A Prominent German Was Grossly In
sulted on English Cruiser.
Hr Aiioolnted l'reas la 11m Jonrnnl.
Behmn, April 22, North German
Gazotte today denies the report that
the cruiser Gotlcon has been ordered
to proceed to Apia.
Victoria, April 22. Tho presence
of nearly tho whole German licet ut
Klao Ctiau, China according to jid
bices received by tho Bteamcr Athen
ian and It taken by tho Chinese prebs
to Indicato the possibility of an ex
tensive operations and tho Chinese aro
Biiklin, April 2. Tho Lokal Ai
zolger today publishes a letter under
che datouf March 23, from Ilcrr Mar
quard, a prominent German resident
at Apia, and the former military In
structor under Mataafa.
From a letter, It appears it wus
Marquardt aud nut ilerr Ilufnugol
thai, was arrested by tho British com.
muuder, for bearing arms against the
British sailors. lie said ho was
taken aboard the Purpose and
he claims he was grossly lu
nulled by Captain Sturdeo and
after rourteen hours or captivity ufler
which no proof against him Was ad
vunced he was transferred to the
German warship Falkc, on condition
that he wts not to leave the ship. Ho
says, his1 property was btolen and
destroyed by the Tatiue, hosts and
millions of dollars worth of othor Ger
man proper wus destroyed.
Sassaiu, Sardlna, April 22. Tho
king and queen or Italy, arrived horo
last evening. All tho warships were
Illuminated In honor or their mujes
ENRAQEU PRO PL;.
Tear Up a Syracuse Street Rail
way. Syracuse, N. V., April 22 A mob
of 5000 men tore up a tulle or more of
street railway, destroycdmuch prop
erty. Including cars, ripped up rails,
piled rocks on thu roadway arid ties
on tho sidewalk. Tho police was un
able to check the mob. Tho trouble
was duo to tho failure of the company
to glvo good 6crvico
MARION COUNTY NEWS.
Business Being Transacted at the Court
Deputy Shorli! F. N. Derby went
out south to tho .Sunnysldo neigh
borhood this morning to levy on prop
erty for dellnouent taxes, I
Tnu bicyclists to dig up, 846 re-1
C3lpts having been Issued up to 1 ,
o'clock this afternoon.
Eugune Willis has been appointed
administrator or the estate or Leoi
Willis, who died iiitehtato Tho heir
at law muutliMjvd tn the petition arc:
Carrie J. Willis, ' widow, ISugouc
Willis and (Jarre F. Willis of Kalem,'
Perey WIIIIh, of Manila, Leona Pipsr,
and H raco -"llll of Seattle, ihlldreu
of tho dcccuMjd.
DKUDH KII.KO. ;
Alblo Divltjand wire and Valora
DdVl to Mary P-ivis, q. o d. Ut a por
tion of d. I u of LeanderK. Davis and
Mary l)avl lu Velenu Davis, 126
acres of the d. I. o. of Leunder Davis
and wife, 1 0 und 7, b r, 1 w. 91
There s Great Danger
In allowing your eyes to pass yearly
without having them examined It
does not cost you any ll lag to call at
our store aud have them examlued by
a giaduato option and If glasses are
needed we ran supply them too at
moderate cost. We repair spectacles
and eye glaisat reasonable prices. If
only bent out of shape we straighten
JL13RMAK W. JIARK,
118 fcTATB bTKflirr.
Big Thing for Line County
One of the largest timber deals ever
consummated In Western Orcgni him
Jjst been cirected.
The Booth Kelley Lumber Cuin
puny, or Saginaw, Mich, which
already otvn4 several luiiidied Ukkh
and acres of tlmhei land Hi WVs.ern
Oregon, Iuih formed a-siielatltiiis with
some California canltulit and pur
chased 20,000 acres ot timber I mil 20
miles cast of Eugene, Or. The price
was In tho neighborhood of 8140,000.
The company will begin logging and
lumbering on jiu extensive pcalo. By
rail It will Imvo In operation a mill
with a capacity or 100,000,000 feet,
which will employ botweou 600 and
700 people directly and moans tho
building up or a community of 4000 or
6000 people It will build a railroad
from somo point on tho Woodburn &
Sprtnglfeld road, a distance of 10 miles
In order to lap the heart of the uuw
Tho land Just purchased belonged
to tho Southern Pacific Com
pany, and the deal was engineered
through the Southern Pad lie land
dopartment: The district Includes
tho heavily timbered sootlous along
Mohawk river and Miller and Mills
It, A. Booth, of Grant's Pass, and
Kelloy Brothers, of Saginaw, aro at
the head nf tho company, which now
opcratei a largo mill at Saginaw. Ex
tensive Improvement aro male pos
sible by tho company having Inter
ested some of tho leading capitalists
of California, whoso names do not ap
pear In tho transaction. Ilowevnr
Micso men havo shown their faith In
tho lumbering Industry of Western
Oregon by furnlshlug all tho capital
needed for tho purchase of tho lands
and establishment of mills nnd othor
Improvement. The main promoters
aro active nnd energetic, nnd amply
equipped for carrying forward such an
Fred Kle)ber Dead,
Fred Klolbcr, who was kicked lu tho
head by a horse, on the farm of J. It
Scars, near Zena, was taken to tho
Salem hospital and an operation was
performed on his skull. Lie died at 0
o'clock last night, without regaining
consciousness He carried a policy In
the A, O. U. W. for $2,000 Ho louves
a wife, a son und u daughter.
The remains were taken to tho un
dertakers rooms and prepared for
The remains will bo takon to Mo
Tho lire department wos called out
this forenoon to quench a blnzo at tho
residence of David Jauzju, on Church
street near the blind school. The tire
wiib extinguished betor It had done
(Swcdenb'irglan) services will bo held
nt the residence of II. B. Thlolson,
State and Eighteenth streets at 10:.'I0
a. m. and 7:110 p. in. Itcy. A, J, Bartels
oluohitlng. All Interested are cordi
Mr. Stanhope Fleming and his sis.
ler Miss Jeunlo Fleming of Des
Moines, Iowa, arrived today for a visit
at the home or Mrs. M. J. Brown, on
Coif mo and Union -ttreot. Mr. Flem
ing U general agent of the Mutual
Life 1 lib Co.
This week our entire
Iluo of Now
A lovely new lluo of high art ling
erie at popular prices.
1 278 280 Commercial St, The Old White Corner.
jj WB CLOSE AT O 0'OX.OOK,
r A&SQVVIELY fojRE
Makes the food more
4 O'CLOCK EDITION
PiTTsmmu, April 22. -'Kld"
Lu voile, of Chester, Pa., Is believed to
bo dying from the effects of a knock
out blow, delivered by Johr. Cav-
anaugh, during a prize tight last
Chauluston, S.C. April 22. Tho
Jury in tho Lake City lynching case
failed to reach a verdict and wan dis
charged. Tho case goes over to tho
next term of court.
Mkmpims, April 22 Col Lowls M,
Clark, or Louisville, a will known
racing Judge, committed sulcldo here
London, April 22. Tho night
Hon. Sir John Hubert Mowbray Is
Canton, O., April 22. -Tho third
tveck of the trial or Mrs. George was
closed today. All the ovJdcnco Is in
and the caso will be argued Monday
Tacoma, April 22. Co'igrcfB'non
Oiishman and .loneswlll support Ju
a Western candidate for thu speaker
of tho next house of representatives.
Ltoth are opposed to the election or an
Wasiiinqton, April 22. Beprcsen
tatlye Ualrd, or Louisiana, tiled this
Manoiiestkk, N. M., April 22. A
cablegram from Hamilton, Bermuda,
announce tho death or ex-Governor F.
Of Wheelmen Formed to Promote Build,
ing Cycle Paths,
Tho llrst Marlon county bicycle
convention mot at the city police
court at 2:M today und elected County
Clerk Hall chairman.
W. I. Staloy was made Bccrotaryand
u commlttcoon contstUutlon und by
laws was appeinted: Damon, Long,
Plorson, Gilbert und Blukely.
There wero representatives present
from JclTerson, Silverton, Marlon,
linger, Woodburn, Salem und subur
The convention adjourned to await
the report of the committee, pending
which thlb paper went to press,
WILLAMETTE HOTEL ARRIVALS,
T.J. Mitchell, M.
E. Wlloy, L.C.
J. M. Guruce,
Iuen, San Francisco;
A.J. Leland, Portland J.T. Appor-
son, Oregon City; A. C. Israel, Chi
cago; M. L. Miller, Philadelphia, Pa,;
W. 11. Southard, Rochester, N. Y.;
Jeunlo Fleming, Stanhope Fleming.
MEYERS' & Sons,
4f feuu I'olr, U'llr.
1 ui '' hluek tiiia KAiiKti
I J Imiortl Hiwklii
" worth all of JtV,
In our lni' Uipriiiit.
.auiiii lAiifliutMi or .xi
Hi ll'ty'i nun l
I fun llll? will valltloona lu lw
lapartlohnut In llm gWlutror
A ptr foutPtlons axpreMeil
upon tlia ttokeu. Come,
mnko your purohuao.
delicious and wholesome
POWOf K CO., fctw YO.
The Chicago Lad Quartet.
Nearly every ono usks: "Is this tho
quartet that sang for tho Y. M. O. A,
i fow years ago ?" When assured that
thl j is tho same organization, the In
varlablo reply Is "They arc as tine
as silk ! I never enjoyed anythingos
much as theirs !" Alice Merrill Ray
mond's singing of '-Rocked In the
Cradle of the Deep" was tho talk of
tho town for weeks; and everyone
who heard her Is anxious to attend
tho concert to be. given by her and
the famous quartet n3xt Wednesday
evening at the M. E. church.
Tho tickets aro on pale at Dear
born's ut 60 cents each. The box sheet
will bo opened Monday at 8 p. m.
Tho ladles from Chicago will surely
bo greeted by tho many friends gained
during their formor visit Indications
point to a full house. Lovers a ex
qulfilto singing should secure scats
early. The admission fee has been
placcdiow that no ono need miss this
really attractive and superb concert.
These ladles come from elegant
Chicago homes, leaving retlucd fam
ilies and friends simply because they
love to sing and aro gencnUH enough
to bestow enjoyment upon strangers
as well us friends.
Lot us by a large nltenduuce and
courteous appreciation show them
that wo feel honored hy their presence
In tho Capital City.
A A A " it if
Is your nnpotlts poor? Doeivour
food diitreis you 7 And aro you
losing itrungtli ? Then take a thor
ough coano of treatment with
It takon out all the poisons from
your blood. It gives power to the
Htomnch to digest your food. Diges
tion becomes n.it urn!, lour blood
1 1 well fed. And your whole system
prospers. $LO0. All drucglsU.
J. a AYEIt CO., Lowe!!, Msss.t
tf f ft1?
CiilOAon, April 22. Mny 121; cash
San Fkanoirco, April 22. Mny
1 081 cash 1 071
WANTED -Boerl tnwtwottlijr iroiu to
maiugo our lulnti In their own and
nearby countlox. Mulnlr oflloo work eorvluctttl
ntliomo. UUry truliiht W0 n year and
ihmiki'i; rtollnlto. lHitmlld,.alaryi ni moro, uo
(cm tslsry Itaferance KnoW') elf-.if-ilri'uKxl
ttninpod cimtox). Tun Dominion
COUI'ANY, IK'pl., Clllama, ZJ.EHlt
In swell oew pat
terns fancy worst
eds, hair lines,
checks, etc., pel
52 to $7.
Imported gootoh MuJras
25c to 76c,
i 'TfrtasiMfc tfv -J
m IfiT llitofltri r r.