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SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY APKIIi 25, 18!)!).
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I flsk for tb? Anchor
When you Vvant a lino dress shoe.
Wo have them lo all widths. A. to
I), in Lcutlioroi vesting tops, and
black or tao, for ladles'.
They're neat und stylish and wear
ANY Sfyl? Fop $2.75!
terday which was pasBlug tho plaza
and have driven tho Chlnse out.
Tho third artillery patrolled tho towq
PROQREas OF LAWTON.
Our Goodyear Welt shoe In Leather
or Vesting top at $2.40 Is a beauty.
Uome and see thorn.
Gents lino Vlcl kid Mines In tho now
toes, black or tan, for $2 70.
An extra lino Vlcl kid dress shoe In
Vesting top for $3.25. They're lino
Remember that we carrv nil grades cheaper If you want them, and
they're nil thu very best woods that can bo sold for tho money.
CASH AND ONE PftlUE FOR ALL.
THE .NEW YORK RACKET.
E. T. BARNES, Prop.
With a Small Loss
Filipino Troops Are Grow
ing More Efficient.
Are Returning lo Attack Americans at
llr Aiaui'lntril lrca In Uir Jtinriml.
DIFFERENT STYLES of Stripes, Plaid
and Fancy Silks of all Grades. Call
and order from Samples and get it bran
new. Don't buy old shelf worn silks.
We also have a nice line of plain bilks or all colors.
A nice line of Notions, and Hosiery, and Underwear
1 Boston Emporium
309 North Commercial Street.
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ft VBBVKHHOBnH'HHBBHBH ''MBH
Our Ladie's Tan Lace Shoes, at $1.50.
Fancy Vesting tops, at 2.00,
In black and tan, same qualities sold everywhere
in the city at $2.50.
We can and will save you 50c. a pair.
Call and see them..
Free shines and flying tops for children at
275 COMMERCIAL St.
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NEW SHOE STORE
94 State St. Salem, Orr.
Free Shines to Customers.
We Are Headquarters
For pruning'tools of all de
Draw cut Pruning Shears,
Pruning Saws, etc. etc,
N. W. Cor. State & Liberty St., Salem.
Washington. April 2(1. The fol
lowing was received at the war de
partment today lrom General Otis;
Manila Hale's brigade and Mac
Arthur's division moved down to the
right bank of the Qulnqua river yes
terday to the vicinity of Calumplt,
and lias now been joined by General
Wheaton's brigade on the left bunk.
(Jen. IIulc has encountered a tierce
opposition, driving out the enemy
with heavy losses, taking the cn
trenuhuicits In Hank. Hale's casuull.
ties weru six killed aud twelve
wounded. The division has now In
vested Calumplt, which will be taken
toduy. Gen. Lawlon, with a (parlor
cotumaud, wilt reach Norxagaru t his
cvculng, where he will be Joined I y
fie center column from Hocayo.
Extreme heat, rain, high streams
and bad roads hayc made tho march
very dllllcult. lie has not ulct serious
opposition since leaving Novallchcs,
the enemy retreating Id his front
south of and near Manila, The enemy
has a forco of 1,000 men making
demonstrations dally, so can bo easily
taken care of. It, the enemy, cannot
commulcatc with tho north."
Manila, April ". General Halo's
brigade, consisting of the Nebraska,
Iowa and Siulh Dakota regiments,
with three guns, which left Malolos
Monday, followed the west bank or tho
Rio Grande river to the ford, Many
small bands of rebels were encoun
tered und during the afternoon the
Americans discovered several hundred
of the enemy entrenched near Pulltan,
north of the Qulngano.
The troops attacked the rebels,
losing six men killed and eleven
wounded. General Hale's troops claim
200 dead natives were counted along
the counlry travorsed. Among the
dead was a Spanish captain. The
South Dakota regiment bore the brunt
of the lighting, and hud live killed,
and nine wounded.
The country traversed was thickly
wooded and the hardest for lighting,
The rebels along Bugbag river were
reinforced from Calumplt as Hale ap
proached. During the day the Amer
icans captured .'15 prUoncrs. As this
dispatch Is Pent the rebels are retreat
ing in the direction or Calumplt. Tho
Flllplfo troops engaged were well un
iformed and well drilled.
As the campaign progresses the
rebel troops are improving. They aro
adopting American methods und the
accuracy of their shooting is evinced
by tho fact that live Americans were
shot in the head. Hale at four o'cIock
this morning crossed the rlvei and
advanced on Calumplt.
MacArthur'i division ulo ad
vanced, but nine of the armored curs
wore pushed ahoad on the railroad,
The Kansas regiment advanced on
the right track und the Montana regi
ment on the left, The rebels are al
ready returning to Malolos und be
They Urcd on the ambulance yes-
Colonel Summers Leadlnir a Columi
From Docave, J
Manila, April 25, 10:.'I0 a. m. Ai
though tho sticky condition of the
ground, due to n rain storm, sorlousljr
Impeded Us progress, Gcnorol Law
ton's column left San Jose today, and.
is expected to rcacn Jorzagaray hub
uoionoi summers is marching from
Til nn tftt tulltt t ttff UftMnHnnu innlt '
the Oregon and Minnesota rcgltnouts,1
three troops of cavalry and two gun?.'
In the mcanttmd General Mac-
Arthur'sdlvlslon Is In front of Calutn,
pit; preparing to attack tho rebel's'
stronghold, and General Hale, with'
several guns, Is threatening thof
eno.uy's Hank. '
A fow rebels botween Novallchcs
andLuLomu have persistently Interfer
ed with telegraphic communication
hut tho signal corps has repaired the
breaks aud captured several prisoners
A small body of rebels nt Taktay
was discovered this morning by the
armoured launch Napldan. A fewj
shots scattered the rebels and drove
them Inland from the lake,
AH is quiet along General Hull,s
and General Ovenshluc's lines.
Is Let Down Very Easy By
Who Want a Share of Pros
U 1 :
lly AaaoHntnt l'reai tn the Joiirnnl.
Si'oicank, April 2.j. The minors In
tho Cocurd'Alene country struck to
day. The miner's union called out
the omployes of the Buukor Hill, and
Sullivan mines. The Wurdner and'
Miner's Last Chauce mines ulso
walked out. The men demand 3X50
per day all around and recognition of
But General Miles Will Rcceivo a
llr AiiiiL'Inletl Irri to llr .luurnnl.
FOUR MRN POISONED.
Bodies of Timber Locators Fo und
Seaside in tho Mountains.
Astohia, Or., April 25. That tho
entire party that loft Seaside April 7,
on u timber cruls- aro dead, Is an us
Hured fact, as tho bodies of three have
already been found und search Is still
In progress for tho fourth, who was
tho oldest and weakest member of the
As soon as S. II. Doty's body was
found aud brought InloScasldcSatur
duy afternoon, Louis Chance, known
as "Indian Louie," and John liurke
were engaged lc start out in search of
the remainder of tho party, who con
sisted of V. E. Hoikamunn, a civil
engineer, or this city; W. T. Hudlr, a
timber locator, of Portland, und A. J.
Cloutrle, of Seaside, who accompanied
tho party ns a gul'e, as ho was
thoroughly familiar with that section
of the country.
This af'ernoou ''Indian Louie" re
turned with the information that
they hud found tho dead bodies of
Helkmuunn andltadlrnt the foot of
Sugar Loaf mountain, bo mo distance
apart, und aboat three miles from
whoro Doty's body wus found. "In
dlun Louie" returned to give tho news
while llurkc continued tho search for
the body of' Cloutrle. According to
Information received, there wero no
marks of violence on the bodies, and
tho cause of their death can at tho
present, tlmo only be surmUed, but It
Is generally supposed that It wus the
result of eating polsloned canned meat
Mr. W. T. Kudlr was well known in
Salem, having married at the resi
dence of Murk M. Skiff, of this city,
Miss Minnie Lelnlngcr. Their recent
homo was Portland. Ills father and
mother reside in Corvallls, Mr. Hudlr
was well known throughout tho state
having resided at Newport and was u
very successful locator of timber
claims, haying made a laruo fortune
thut wuy.Ei). Jouhnai..
Salem district N. fthupp, presiding
elder; Chemeketa street, N. Shupp
and A. K. Myers; Jefferson, L. Andor
BontHwect Home, T, R. Hornshuch;
Albany and Coryallls, O. I). B trey fel
ler; Monmouth, Mr. O'Kclley; King's
Valley, F. M. Fisher.
N. Shupp and II. Schiiknecht wero
elected delegates to tho general con.
fereoce, and K. Mauner alternate.
Rev. E, Maurer, who has been living
at Salem, goes to the First church,
The finest chain wheel ever turned out of a factory.
Hartfords, strictly high grade, $35,
Videttes, fully guaranteed, S25 and $26,
SROAT &. WILSON.
Washington, April 25 At a cab
inet meeting toduy the recent utter
ancesCaptulii Coghlan wero Inform
ally discussed. Secretary Long said
ho received a lottcr from Coghlan, In
which he declaimed any Intention of
Insulting German emperor or
Admiral Von Deldrlchs and
that the remarks at thu banquet
were mndo in tho most Informal man
ner to a company of friends without
any thought that ho would ho re
ported In the pros. It Is understood
the captain will soon retire through
the regular channel and it Is thought
thut in view of his distinguished
services at Manila tho authorities
vlll show hlui all the consideration
consistent with nayal discipline.
Sickness on the Iowa.
San Fiianoisco, April 25. Nearly
half the crew of the battleshb Iowa
aro on the sick list, and the men aro
louuiy protesting, ah or tnem seem
to hayo moro or less malaria,
and they arc clamoring for
the removal of tho battleship to
hotter quarters. Tho Uatleshlp Iowa
is now lying oil the Union Iron works,
und tho stench from tho sowors which
empty In tho bay In the neighborhood
Is said in bo tho cause of tho sickness
on tho vessel.
McKlnlcy Has Neuralgia
Wabiiinoton, April 25. President
McKlnlcy was unablo to sco callcrt on
Monday, and remained .In his private
apartment. At Intervals during the
last several days ho has boon In thu
hands of his dentist, and Is now suf
ferlugsomowhut from neuralgia.
Wabiiinoton, April 25. Tho beef
court will recommend thut General
Miles bo reprimanded becuuso he
failed to adttso tho secretary of war
of his objections against canned
roust beer, and for his dis
cussing In newspapers matters solely
In tho lurlsalctlon of a court of in
quiry. Tho court linds substantially
that General Miles' allegations as to
tho unpalatablllty f canned roast
beef arc sustained, but proof as to
the use of chemicals In refrigerated
beef Is not sufficient.
Piiii.adki.I'IUa, April 25. My a lieu-'
zlno explosion In Fleer' Chemical
Works today two men wero killed,
two others uro unaccounted for aud
one woman was fatally Injun d
Sovural perrons were more or Icm
seriously injured. Ono hundred
IiuU'Ch were more or less damaged
KanhahCity, April 25. A sped. 1
to the Star fromdulenu, Kauiati, suy;
Charles Williams, colored, was rhot lo
death in the ult Jail by a mob of
negroes, Williams killed a negro
II. J. Moore, living near Sjdney,
called on Just IcnJohribOii this after
nnoi to got some restraint placed on a
neighbor of his, who had seized him
by the throat, called hi u names, und
threatened to paste him on .
Claims of Rejected Men.
List of claims of rejected members
of tho Oregon National Guard on tile
In thoolllce of the secretary of slate,
which have been u mined .mil allowed
und warrants drawn in payment
thereof but. uncalled for. The persons
entitled to same being unknown to
Elmer M. Anduixm, It. B. Ilody
cout, O. (.. Clum, .William lcrn
hachcr, C. E Miller, Diulel Rey
nolds, Frank P. Taylor, William
Uurnham, F. Carter, James It. Dee-
llttle, F. II. Johnson, Ryron Miller,
Frank Richards, W. II. Wynkorp,
Herman Uryer, William F. Cramptou,
Samuel Feldman, James Miles, Win.
Purlngton, J. 11. Rlncrson, 0. W.
Waters, James W. Hrowu. S. F.
Fouts, Wm. J. Marshal, F. F. Peter
son, John Sternberg,
Any Information concerning those
persons or their present addresses will
hQwelcnmcd.it tho secretary's ofllco.
Warrants can be forwurded by mall
T A&SQiAJTCELY foRE
Makes tho food mora delicious and wholesome
(Wl MKtNfl EOWOIH CO., HEW VOUK.
NOT THE PEOPLE'S VIEWS.
SiiKi.liuitN, Ore., April 21.
Ed. Jeuunal: Will you please In
form mo through your paper or other
wise, If a blcyllst from a county thut
has no bicycle tax can pass through
any county that taxes the same' with
out paying the tax of said county y
Asa P. Hiuons.
chnser for defendant's farm. 71E1I
In Department No. 2, a demurrerf
South Dakota Lieutenant Govenor Says lias been tiled In tho case of W.-i
Troops' Recall Is Not Wanted. i Slater, receiver of tho Williams
Amuirtutcil Trent In (lie .Inurmil Lnghltld Hailklng Co., TS. Mnflonl
county, ct al. - f
II y AaiiKiluletl l're fu the Joiirnnl.
LoNDON.Aprll 25. The anniversary
of the birthday of Ollyor Cromwell
was celebrated toduy. Dr, Joseph
Parker of City Temple, delivered
an extraordinary oration. In the
course of his remarks he attacked the
Prince of Wales, as a "certain card-
His romurks woro cheered by tho
nudlonco. Dr. Parker also made an
attack on tho Sultan of Turkey. Ho
said. "In tho name of God, tho
Father, tho So'i, tho Holy Ghost, I
say, Quit damn tho Sultan,"
Labor Federation Meeting.
Tho members of tho Federated
Trades und all laboring men, mechan
ics, clerks and others Interested aro
Invited to bo present at tho regular
meeting at Popular Hall, Thursday
evening, April 27, 18DU.
John W, Vkaoh, Sec.
WILLAMETTE IIOTUL ARRIVALS.
M. A. Ilnckrrs, San Francisco, G. C.
Mut.cr, Portland. J. A. Dummott,
Portland Or,, Dr. li. F, Ilauiell, Los
Aiil'cIch. A. Goodfrlend. John E,
Strive, W. S. Smith, San Francisco.
N. S. Dist. Attorney John II. II
Hall registered at tho Wlllumotlo aud
returned to Portland this morning.
Wabiiinoton, April 23. Tho presi
dent has received a letter from John
T. Kcau, lieutenant-governor of South
Dakota, opposing tho views on tho re
call of the volunteers In Manila of the
governor of the Mate. It says tn
"Mr. President: In ylew of tho open
letter recently nddrcsscd to you by the
governor of this stale, representing
that the people or South Dakota arc
demanding tho immediate recall of
the First South Dakota regiment, I
deem It my duty to express to you the
real scntlmons of tho people of this
state, as evidence by hundreds of let
ters, by public and prlyato extrcs
shins aud by the uttctanccs of a great
majority of thu newspapers of the
"Expressions of indignation have
come to mo from overy side, and I
feel Justified In declaring that tho
Icttcrof Governor Leo Is a gross mis
representation of tho sentiment of tho
people of South Dakota.
'Tho people of this stato will noyor
endure a policy which would haul
down Old Glory al Manila and sub
stitute tho red Hag of anarchy, and
our bravo boys In tho rauk, as their
letters amply testify, will bo slow to
forglvo the ohurge. Wc bcllove thut
the problems of the Orient will bo sot
tied In accordance with spirit and
alma and purposes dictated by tho
highest principles or constitutional
liberty aud civilization, und that our
bravo boys In the Held will Interpret
tiie moaning of tho tlug under South
ern skies, not as tho banner or oppres
sion, but as the signal or freedom uud
the emblem or order, Jtist.ce, content
moot and thrift."
MARION COUNT? NEWS.
Business Being Transacted at the Coutt
The application or John Scott, guar
dian of Walter and Carl Munkcrs,
minors, for an order directing him to
enter Into a stipulation In tho Until
sottlomont and distribution or tho
property of tho Htlcy 11. Munkors es
tate, In which they huvo a ono-twenty-second
Interest, was allowed.
Suit has been commenced in Depart
ment No. 2, by board of school land
commissioners, against T. II, Wilson,
ot al., to foreclose a mortgage on part
of O-ik Dell fitrmln t U,h r 2 west, for
$1000 and Interest from November 5,
S II. C.ittcrlln has commenced suit
In Department No. 1, against J. P,
Woborg Tor $200 alleged to bo duo the
plalntllT as u fee for finding a pur-
Olberman Will Probahiv R.nS
unction uas occn iaKcn oy "Opv?
ornor 3cer In tho caso f J. M. olficr
man, sentenced to be hanged In'Rosea
burg next Friday, ror tho murder iff?
J. N. Castccl, his mining partners,
He has carefully considered tho hvt
denco In tho case, and the petition
arguments and statements presented
In doorman's behalf, but has founcP
nothing that would warrant nlsio
Tho scaffold upon which JY 'Rift
Olborman will be executed next FjfT--day
has boon couiplotcd and enclqs
Olborman does sot appear to cxTjcctf
any clemency from tho gorornor. w
The Barber Trust.
I'lln t....n film Knnl.M. ........ ..
J.UUIIIUU iui vtwuuio mi- practic
ing their profession In Oregon to .e$
euro cortltlcatcs under tho barbor1!
commission law. Illed In tho secretary9
of stato's olllce February 23, ut l fuT
each cortlllcate, expired at mldnlghV.
Sccrotary Mcyet, ot tho comiulssfnn,'
states thu to 10 certificates havo beon
Issued. Harbors who have not secured,1
certificates will hereafter bo required,
to undorgo an oxaraluatlon, for wlilclK
thuy will hayo to pay 55.
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I What Makes
Your Hair Graf ? i
Gray hair U starred hair. Th
hair bulb hars kon deprlred of
i proper xooa or proper ntrru force.
Increases tho circulation in tha soalp,
gives more power to tha nervei,
aunpllos rotolng elemonU to th hair
bulb.1. Used according to directions,
('ray hair bedw to show IU orlirtnal
color In a few day, sad soon it haa i
an toe aottneaa and rlebnMi tl youth.
$1.00 a botHo. At all druKgUU.
It you da not otUln alt thi tn8t
tou ipn.d from the Vigor, wrlto th
Ooctor about It.
Aiinu, Da. J. 0, ATKIt,
OmnAon, April 25. May 71i; cash
Sn Fuancibco. April 25. May,
1,00! cash 1.07).
Jos. Meyers & Sons;
Salem's Greatest Store.
turo and i
copy of tho
trimmed; constructed to glvo a moot)
graceful effect; slzus, 18 to a0 a splen
iu vaiuc; price,,,......
Our stork Is now Its best tho swel fil
est matorlalH of thu season, also, 5.
5 Shirt Waists at
s Special Prices
(Inr vrv unlnil. ntinlr nf tin. luul.
fitting una Uut made waists at
special sale prices this week.
riAriT, OGriAPFHER fc MARX.
With an Interrogation Mark
In the eyes Is a good way to come
to our store. Wo answer questions
and meet the demand for any
thing needed for tho eyes such as
spectacles or eyeglasses at small
cost. An experienced optlclao no
Iturtfl ulin will rim ti tV?i nil rin t Irmu
1 1 u v tt v fi in i n wAuuiiuHVUun j ftj
free of charge. ,
We also wnu to call attention to E
our display of beautiful lewelryiS
for spring and summer ware. J2
ull anrt aon ,! titr Mnwttilrir Iri'a
our line at
And save from 12 CO to 85.00 by deal
ing with a store that treats you right
o r money refunded.
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NM9W TUCKED AND
Coil I )RD TAFFETAS.
Woro never so complete as pQvyv'tljb
Usst Seleslas, tiie nest rercaiiujs,. yio
host Near Silk, the best Uallstp QlQj
Another shlpiuQiit of our wLeJbratcd
LEADEU rlUUOns uno ncr.
siring oliects just in. p
Wc Have W"
Dent's Own Glovest
Shawknit Half Hose
BARB'S JEWELRY STORE,!"
278-280 Commercial St. The Old White Corner;
WE CLOSE AT 0 O'CLOCK.
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