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SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY APRIL 20, 1800.
Sim wool IpT "
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
All sizes of Boy's Black Hose,
the very best to be had: Ask
On all lines of Boots and Shoes! 1
Highest Gradesl Latest Styles! Best Fitters!
I Can you ask for
Others do big advertising, but what about
facts? If you don't already know we lead,
get prices on their shoes and see us before
buying. It will pay you big.
ESALEM SHOE STORE.
Ladd & Bash Bank
OlUrU UIU3U9 W U J UUUr WUUf'fc
V VftalHiyM14'4"'' 1
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
1 Krausse Bros,
15 275 COMMERCIAL St.
fl Swell M
I 1 TflN SHOE. Hp
C A VI We'(iEotllUl llie titlt lino that ewfam nter tlir hislnit
jAI ! .New Hubby tltwU in bUolt nd Un. Mlk vennii; iom Kimll.li rut,
nw colors, iii-vrlo rltflit at tlic Hp lu it) It and ihc j.nce will tux t-ilt tmi
We are Headquarters
The .largest assortment of
Men's Pants: Reirular sizes.
extra sizes and extra longs.
No matter what size you call
for we have them. A special
drive on them.
The finest line of Crash Hats
for Men and Boys to be
found, in Patterns and
Building, State street.
NRW SHOE HTOME
in Statu St. Sai.wm. Our
We Shine Thorn Froo.
For pruningjtools of all dex
Draw cut Pruning Shears,
Pruning Saws, etc. etc
li. W. Cor. State & Liberty St., Salem.
By the Filipinos Who Now
Americans Shelling Them at The'r
My AmHK'liitril I'rcn to die Jiitimul.
Manila, April 20. General Mac-
Arthur lias annihilated Agulnuldo at
The insurgents inudo a brief stand
ugaltibt 0000 Americans, and then lied
to the hills. The Americans lost
The cuplurcof Culumpll gives the
Ainerlcans struteglu control of the
north half of Luzon, and Is the linnl
blow to tho hopes of the rebel leaders
and the Insurgent republic.
General Luwton today lottcommun
Icnllon with General MucArthur, and
now has to cover eight miles by
cruiser. The signal corps Is trying to
establish telegraphic communication
General Luwton Is now near Norug
Manila, April 20. Agiilnuidn'a
army is today defending Calumpit en
ergetically, which Is said to Indicate
that the rebels arc finally making
their lastdltch, which the Americans
expected them to make at Malolos.
For the llrst time the Filipinos are
employing artillery. They brought
two guns Into action today, tiring
modern shrapnel which burst over the
heads of Whcuton's brigade without
effect. Fighting was resumed at fl
o'clock this morning.
During tlio night the engineers re
paired the llagbug brldgo enabling
the troops tocross the river. Wheaton's
brigade advanced in extended order,
with the Kansas regiment west of the
railroad, and the Montana regiment
east and took up a position covering
onoandnno halt miles on the south
bank of the Rio Grande.
The Americans found the trenches
on the south bank of the river de
serted, winch furnished the men with
a cover from which they could pick off
Filipinos whenever one showed his
head. When the rebels ijegan tiring
cannon, It witsu genuine surprise to
Several shells burst close to Whca
ton's stuff, but the Fllllplnos were
unable to get the right range. The
Utah battery was ordered Into position
In the center of the Kansas regiment
to silence the rebel guns, and at 11
o'clock the rapid lire guns came into
At noon the rebels were still pour
ing a heavy lire In tho direction of the
Americans, who returned it spirit
edly. Two Americans killed, and
I un.rnn m f , .irl
Macarthur has secured unorder I-
'sued by Agulnuldo tu rebel couimau-
ders, telling them to instruct men to
economize tire, 6,ivo empty shells arid
not tire on the enemy, when tho latter
V' were undercover.
Law ton Is meeting with tho great
est obstacles In the charucte. or court
try. His trocpsonly hud a few nklr
mishes thus far, resulting lo live men
wounded, but ho has been forced to
put men at work In building roads
and transport service giving much
trouble, the bullocks nre dying of ex
haustion and Chinamen are employed
In nulling Borne of the curls. There
fore the General has been unable to
cover the ground that he had hoped to
coyer. The Filipino Hiiurpsiiooier
arc harassing the American Hanks.
Transport Zeal-indla from San Fran
cisco arrived today.
Transport Shorldan sails for home
James Shunrerd, of Stayton, was In
the city today,
The fines chain wheel ever turned out of a factory.
Hartfords, strictly high grade, $35,
Videttes, fully guaranteed, $25 and $26,
SROAT St WILSON.
NEW POSTOFFICE BULD1NO.
The Way Open to Locate It On Wlllson
Ever si nc5 the talk about u govern
ment postoillce building for Salem has
been agitated our citizens liavo been
almost unanimously of the opinion
that It should be locHod on tho west
end -or Wlllson Avenue, facing tho
court house. This much coveted end
can now be consummated for two rea
ltt. Been use 8100,000 has boon ap
propriated for such a building.
2d. Because tho title to Wlllson
Avenue can be perfected In such a
manner us to satisfy Uncle Sam.
The only living heirs of tho Wlllson
estate, Mrs. J. K. GUI nud Mr
Wythe, have been communicated
with and consent to quit
claim their ictcrest in such
u m inner as to onublo the City
of Salem, the custodian of tho prop
erty wlilch U dedicated to tho public,
to make such transfer us the gov
eminent tmay require. .
It now remains for the City by Its
mayor and council, to make tho nec
ccssary pioposltlon. In tho meantime
the people or Salem should take
the matter In hand, and express
themselves upon tho subject for the
direction of the council In this matter.
Let a mass meeting be culled at the
city hull at un early date and let the
people be heard from.
And EnterUin The Dallos Bowlers in a
Return Game at Salem,
T. O. Barker and 0. D.Gabnclson
met The Dalles bowlers ut tho local
trul n tills morning. The team Is com
posed or Fred Houghton, M. T. No.la,
Vic Schmidt, JJert Baldwin, Ed.
Kurtz und Grunt. Mayo. They wetc
escorted to Strong's, whore the best or
rooms und ealubtes had been engaged
Tho Illlhee Club bowlers wero de
feated In The Dalles Saturday night
and are proparlng to give The Dallos
teum u turd game. The Illlhee iuoa
were defeuted by u score or 100 Sutur
duy night, but uro determined In this
return contest, which was arranged
for an earlier duto than expected, to
give a better account of themselves.
The teams scheduled to meet on the
Illlhee Club alleys tonight arc
the same ones that met In The
Dalles Saturday night.
From the sturdy appcarancu of the
Eastern Oregon boys the match will
bo hotty contested. There arc some
Gcrmuu-Amerlcuus lu the crowd and
all the bunch-grasses have clear keen
eyes und may roll up a surprising
Ashland Normal School Property Was
Loaded With An Incumbrance,
Gov, Gcer and Secy. jDunbur re
turned this moral ng from Ashland,
where they went to help organize the
Board of Regents of tho new state
When it came to accepting property
and turning tho title over to tho
stute, Gov. (leer asked If thero wub
any incumbrance, It was stated
there was u mortgage of $1200 but If
the state would tuko It the debt
would bo raised In u year.
"Better ralso it tlrst. You cun do
It a great dcul caster before the state
ucccpts It," said the Governor. Tho
locul board thought they could raise
Itutonco, ponding which the board
The Nazatene Lectures,
At the ministers' meeting Lst Mon
day morning the urrungetneuts were
completed for the Nuzurenco lectures
which begin next Sunday evening.
The tlrst lecture will bo In the Methn
dsst church. The lest will In all jiroli
ublllty be given In the Presbyterian
church. This will bo a rich treat for
Salem peoplo and It Is hoped that the
churches where tho lectures are given
will be thronged. They aro free to
&TATE HOUSE NOTES.
Dr. E. Mlngus was toduy appointed-
health ofllccr, vice Dr. McCormuck,
who resigned owing to tho fact that
'lie holds a cofcrnment appointment.
The bupreme court has adjourned
Hb session at Salem, and will leave on
Saturday for Pendleton, whero the
Kustern Oregon term will be opened
Gov. Gcer today commuted the sen
tence of James McDonald from two
years to one. lie was convicted lust
October at Pendleton of "burglary not
In a dwelling." As he only attempted
to steal a chicken, It should have been
larceny, aod the Judge, prot-ecutlon
and Jurymen recommended the commutation.
Speaker Reed Will Not Dis
cuss the Outlook,
Copper Trust Making Great Britain
lly AiiuvImIciI Frcn lu flip Journal,
Nkw Yokk, April 20. Richard
Croker sailed ror Europe today. Sir
Jullin Puunccfoto and Speaker Heed
were passengers be tho same sUriincr.
Heed said he was going abroad for
three months and upon his return
would settle In Now York, He refused
to discuss the political outlr.ok.
San Fkancisi'o, April ilO-The
United Stales dispatch boat Badger,
with the Sumoan comiiilsloii on
board, has stilled for Apia.
BiitMiNuroN, Htiglund, April 2d,
The enormous rise In the price of cop
per Is plavlng havoc with leading In
dustries In tne midland!). The gov
ernment bus decided not to give uny
more oiders ror cartridge shells, while
the present prlcer prevail and or
ders have been Issued stopping all
IIuda Pest, April 20. Thrcu hun
dred houses In Cuta burned. The re
mains or soven women and and tour
children have been taken from the
CROKER ON THIS OUTLOOK.
Bryan Is Making a Fatal Mistake
Pushing the Silver Question,
Ni:v Yomc, April 20,-Ulcliard
Crokrr, on the eve of his depurture ror
Europe, on tho political outlook or the
"Personally, I believe Hint If the
Issue of the free coinage of silver ut
the ratio of 10 to 1 be miido tho lead
ing Issue .of tho campulgn, tho de
mocracy cannot elect u president.
The money question shouIJ be loft to
congress. 1 am sorry to see Mr. Bryan
so narrow us tu Insist that there
can be no other Issue than silver.
There ure many other great questions
which will need attention, Tho anti
trust question is a great question In
my mind, more Important than the
silver Issue, Bryan Is u bright, smart
man, but I think there ure bigger
men in the party than lie. I do nut
think one-fifth or tho voters in the
country agree with IlryunV position
on expansion. 1 do not believe we
should keep the Philippines, but I do
believo most firmly thu' wo should
convince ull people that wo uro In ab
solute ownership or them, and that
they aro i in property. When wc huvo
hcltl-dnll ihulroulles In tho It-lands,
we should depose or them."
SAI EM BREWER DEAD.
Seraphim Dkk, of the Capital Brewery,
After being umtu or lts liicupi
uituted fur liHiiMH-tlnu of busl-'
uoss fur several years Seraphim
Bttnk. a full tmrlnur In tl o
J Sal tin brewing linn of Kllngur &
IH'UK, Uieil lib Ills Ullic un diiuvii
Twenty'lirt'' street at 7 o'clock Thurs
day evening, aged 18 years
Deceased was born lu AlsnceLr
ralno In IHM When 21 yours or ago
With an Interrogation Mark
In the eyes Is a good wuy to come
to our store. We unewer questions
and meet tho demand for any ,
thing needed for the ejes such ax
spectacles or eyeglasses at small ,
oust. Ad experienced optician on
hand who will make examinations
free of charge, 1
Wo alto wish to cull attention to'
our display of beautiful jewelry
for spring and summer ware.
Call and sec us for anything in
our lino at
BARR'S JEWELRY STORE,
110 B7ATB BTRBirr.
he came to the United States, locating
in Chitngo After a two year's resi
lience nt Denver, he came, to Oregon
In I87t. In August, 1ST?, lie assue
j lated himself with Mr ivllnger, In the
brewing of beer, In which he has .since
Ho married In January, s;8, to Miss
Maggie Nelbcrt, who survives him.
He leaves two children a sou and
(laughter, viz. Joseph aged HI years
and Lcona, aged 7 years.
The deceased was an Industrious
business tiiian, of a quiet and un
assuming disposition. Ho was a man
or tho highest Intcgrltv.
The tunoral will bj held In St.
JoscdIi's Ctthollc church Thursday
at. 10 o'clock. Ittrlal will tako place
In the C.H hoi la cemetery, south or
tills city. Tho funornl ct'tngo leaves
the house soon nftcr 0 o'clock.
Deceased leaves qulto a large prop
crty to his wiroond children by will.
Michael Sheehnn, of Clackamas Coun y,
Michael Slicchan, a farmer of CIuck
ninas county, mourns the loss of his
wife, who, during his absence Monday,
bundled un her clothing and nersonal
J effects and left ror parts unknown,
I taking also $276 lu cash and a Port
'land cortlllcato or denoslt ror $-"00.
Slicchan is n man or HO. wlillo Mrs.
Slicchan Is 20.
Tho couple camo out from Boston n
little oyer two years ago, mid pur
chased a rami on Bock creek. When
thodesorted husband appeared at tho
Portland police otllco to obtain rellor
from his troubles, he had evidently
fought solaco In t'r.a (lowing bowl to
an Inordinate degree. He was told
that, us tho nITunso had been
committed in Clackamas county,
Portland pollen could do nothing
in tho matter Sheehnn was
sure, however, that his derelict spnxsa
line come to Portland to buy a ticket
back to Boston, and Intimated that a
Boston man was ut tho bottom of his
troubles. The cortllloute or deposit
can do the woman no good, as Its pay
ment has been stopped, but the cash
sho will be able to apply to her per
sonal benetlt us long as It lasts.
WILLAMETTE HOTEL ARRIVALS.
0. C. Moser, Henry Lang, Portlund;
Geo. Hanson, Geo. 1 Stock, John Ar
nett, C. H. Hurter, .1. A. Allan, San
Francisco; 0, K. Locke, Chicago;
Judge Daly Dallas; Jessie 10. Dunn.
Grace Coburn, Bou Lutlgar, Kliuor
Baikom, Allle'M, Haynard, Chicago.
Constable AduuiR went to Sidney
this morning ufter ono Arthur While
man, who Is charged with assault
upon It. J. Moore, und brought back
his man about :i o'clock this after
noon. County Clerk Hall, J. II. MoNury
and others uro ut Wood bum taking
hi tho Odd Follows 80th anniversary
David Lance and Geo. Lcabo, of
Sheridan, drove over to Salem on
business and returned today.
Mrs. Geo. Nicholson, or Williolt, Is
the guest or her cousin, Mrs, Joe
Jim Meyers .t Sons, or Smltlifleld,
wits doing business In Salem toduy.
Agent W. W. Skinner, of tho S. P.
Co , Is In Portland.
Clifford White drove to Silverton on
Miss Stella Groshong wont to Ger
ijos. Meyers & Sons J
s Salem's Greatest Store. i
whl to only,
copy of tint
strong cor cer
trimmed: constructed to alvoumnb
B graceful effect; sizos, 18 to 30; h snlari
I aldvuluc; i)rlco,.......tij.
i Shirt Waists at
i Special Prices
Our very Foloot stouk of tholMt
X titling una bost mudu waists at
speclul sale price this week.
HArrr, oGnAFPfien & MAnx.
And utve from 12 CO to 85.00 by deal
ing with a storo that treats you right
or money refunded,
S 278-280 Commercial St, The Old White Corner.
3 AVE CLOSE AT (J O'CLOCK.
r Absolutely fcuRE
Makes tho food more
4 O'CLOCK EDITION
Chicago, April 20. Marcus Daft,
tho Montunu copper king, when asked
about the copper combine, gave it to
be understood that, the Anucondu
property had not been secured, mid
professed to have no knowledge that
u trust had been consumutcd.
Christiana, April 20. A lottor lias
beeu received from Captain Boitcli
grevlnk, dated February 28, saying
that mi exploring party had landed
on the great Antarctic continent,
Easton, April 20. Eiward Hard
lug mid J. D.German wore buried
under two tons or slato this morning
with no hopes of the bodies being re
covered ror two days. An Italian
was also killed.
St. Louts, April 20. A special to
the Post, Dispatch from Dexter, Mo.,
which tcllsof the murder last night,
or Mrs. Jane Tuttlctou, widow or
Wash Tuttlclon, u prominent man or
that section, and four children, whoso
remains wore partly Incinerated
J. H. Tuttleton, wiuof Wash Tuttle
son, by his tlrst wife, Is under arrest
for the crime.
LohAnulkh, April 20.-Work on
tho harbor utSaii Pedro was Jput un
der way. this morning when presi
dent MoKluley, at ttm While house,
touched an electric button and caused
a rock-luden barge to tilt her cargo
on the spot where work will begin.
Activity in Building -Create a Demand
for Their Product,
Portlund brlckmakorH ure busier
this spring than thoy huvo been for
six years, although tho lata spring Is
notconduclve to tho growth or brick
kilns, und tho men have to lay Ml n
good doul whllo waiting fcr tlno
weather. It Is estimated that thero
will bo 10,000,000 brlok mado In
mid about Portland this sea
son, us agulnst 0.000,000 lust
year, mid every ono of tliet-o ure In
demand ut$Hper 1000, according to u
prominent brick manufacturer. This
pi Ico compares very fuvorubly. from
tho maker's standpoint, with tho
figures obtained several years ago
91 2T which Is Just about tho bare
cost of tho material und labor, A good
many mora brick would be burned this
year f tho mothud of raising money
previous to 'VI wus In vogue, but the
money lenders uro moro cautious now
nud refuse to iidyunco 92 por 1000 on
the product, mid so the brick men uro
on solid footing so funis') hey j,n, und
uro Inking nochmico of being left with
u lot of brick on hands at tho close or
The steamer City or Euueno will bo
up tonight ut 6 o'clock und will lurid
ul thoSnlom Flouring mill dock.
In uiir Mm' Domt iiu-ul A I
ur MhiiV ulul llllr'a rilflll.il. I
mir JIhii ttMl llnir'K (IUIIIli
hue llura will DnlllUiuiut IhIx
h NII'llNiit In tb' Klvlllll of
(itxin Hi iiikBta, qomo,
inuko youp purohuoo,
Udn. A tut tmf urn fUifc
fSjmlrt (iWWs, i& kiwiiliai
ttara Immu Ulwl hiu) (imihI
delicious and wholesome
kjwoi eo , Htw voiik.
School Savings Banks,
Thero Is u groat deal lo bo said In
ravoror public sshool savings banks.
With hundreds or nlckcl-ln-tho-slot
gambling devices leaching our boyn
gambling Tor monoy, it Is gratifying
to know that the W. O. T. U. of thin
city has started a movement to es
tablish a public school savings bank
The City of Eugene has established
school savings banks and has already
demonstrated their success and utility,
Tho school hoard can make no mis
take Introducing them at Salem.
Schools Savings Banks wero Intro
duced Into the public schools of Trin
idad, Col., March, 1893. 300 depositor
huvo now to their credit 91,070.14.
The collections during the three years
huvo been 32,280 20. $010.00 of which
have been withdrawn,
Prof. E. C. Stovcas, superintendent
of Trln Idad public Schools, says:
"Wollndour banking work bene
ficial und arc doing nlcoly with IL"
Tho progressive bankers uro In
favor of the movement and help se
cure good Investments ror the chil
Mr. E. II, Longstrcth, treasurer und
3itshior or the Security Trust and Saro
Doposlt Company, of Camden, New
Jersey, say: "We regard this money
us a trust fund und have set uside
securities for it, so that happen whut
may. those savings would be per
fuctly fecure to tho children,"
20 -Mny 7U: cm i
1.001 cash I 071
If it's in the blood s
i r ii J
I will take it out )
i Other kinds may, j
j but probably will not.
Our stoek Is now lis best the swell,
eat materials of the season, ulso,
N IJW 'I'll
NBW 'IMUMCUU AND
Wero never o complete as now,
bust aeleslas. the bust PercHlne.,
ml Near Silk, the best Batiste
Another Hhlprucut of our celebrated
lyKAOKIt ribbons and uew draw
airing olfcoU. Just In.
We Have W
Dent's Own GIqvcs.
Shawknit Half Hose for