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SALEM, OREGON, THUHSDAY MAY 1, 1899.
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black or tan, tor ladles'.
They're neat and stylish and wear
ANY Slyl? For 2.75!
Our Goodvcar Welt shoe In Leather
t or Vesting top at $2.40 Is a beauty.
' uonio and Bee them.
' Gents lino Vlel kid shoes In tho new
toes, black or tan, for $2 70.
'. An extra tine Vlel kid dress shoe In
f Vesting top for $3.25. They're line
r as silk.
itetuombcr that we curry nil grades cheaper If you want them, and
they're all tlio very best goods that can bo sold for tho money.
CASH AND ONE PRICE FOR ALL.
Men Leaving the Couer
Miners From Butte are to Take Their
THE NEW YORK RACKET.
E. T. BARNES, Prop.
I has decided to establish a military post
at Pyramid Harbor, Alaska. A com
pany of troops will be sent there. This
action is regarded as very important.
An olllcer of difccrctioli will bo placed
in command, as subjects involving our
relations with the irltlsh government
are likely to be reported- ujwn by this
Hoi'KiNsvn.u:, Ky, May, 4. Mc
Knight's sawmill was blown up this
morning killing Uarrett McKnightand
Etlle McKnlght. John White's legs we're
blown off. T. T. McKnlght is Seriously
SERIOUS CHAROE. '
Jas. Kitkwood I Accused of the Crime of
Criminal information wan filed In Jus
tice Jolinson'p court, In which one Jas.
Kirkwood is charged by John Alexan
der with tho enmo of rape, alleged to
lmvolleen committed upon IJlllo Alex
ander, a female under tho ago of sixteen
years. All reside at Brooks. Tlio de
fendant has been arrested and will uo
examined before Justice Johnson at 1 p.
Fought With the Filipinos.
American Forces Driving
the Enemy Beiore Them
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DIFFERENT STYLES of Stripes, Plaid
and Fancy Silks of all Grades. Call
and order from Samples and get it bran
new. Don't buv old shelf worn silks.
We also have a nice line of plain Silks of all colors.
A nice line of Notions, and'Hosiery, and Underwear
309 North Commercial Street. k
309 North Commercial Street.
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FOR A Few Days Are Exceptional in Point of Quality and
Wideawake buving the past few weeks makes possible EX
TRAORDINARY VALUES in special shoos mentioned below
pointers bv which vou can judge the magnificent values
Mlssete buckle and bow, sizes 13 lo 2 . . . 80
Misses tanoxford tie vesting ton, sizes 81 to 2 w
Misses tan button shoe coin wo sixes 11 to 2 gu
rjrtipsserio Oonuress shoes sizes j too "
Mies bffi or tan strap sandal buckle and bow hand turn .... 76
Lades Vlel kid tan lace shoe veatlnir top cpln too I
rS tVJ ... nwinilul buckle and bow hand turn 1 99
Ladles black hand turn button shoe A A to EE
Mens enamel lace shoe uew broad too
"", NEW SHOE STORE
V7 04 Statk St. Saleu, Orf..
Shoes liave arrived, in Black
and Tan; all widths and
sizes. The greatest
On earth for ladies equal
to any 54 shoe in the city.
Call and see them at
275 COMMERCIAL ST., SALBM, ORBQQH.
Or Aaaoclnled lrrn (n the Journal.
Waiiunkk, Ida., May t. Tho search
ing (or dynamiters was eontlnued all the
morning by the troops, tieneral Mer-
riam, Attorney General Hays and U. S.
Marshal Frank Ramsey liave arrived
here, also additional troops. A dotaeh
mentof troops will leave this afternocn
for Canyon Creek and Mullim, strong
holds of the enemy. They are taking
with them a number of non-union men
for purpose of identifying the dyna
miters. As no hope is left them, It is
not improbable that thoy may give
Waiiunkk, Ida., May 4. Brig. Gen.
Morriam has unsullied command ef the
United States forces now in tho Coeur
d'Alene district. On the train with
Gen. Merrium came troop F, Fourth
Cavalry and Co, 11., Twenty-fourth In
fantry. Company 11, was left at Clmt
colett for the purpose of intercepting
any strikers who might attempt to es
cape through that avenue.
Wai.laci:, Ida., May A. The hegira
from Canyon Creek continues, Tho men
are going out over the mountains as well
as by train.
Snow on tlio mountains is 10 feet deep
and soft. The Hecla mine closed down
yosterday, out of men. Other mines
are working short. No now men are
coming yet but aro exacted dally from
Butte. A company of soldiers reached
Mullan last night, another this morning
WAHiii.soTo.v.Muy 4. The government
AT NttW ERA.
OfficersJ and Men Severly
oral Hale and his force are now push
ing rapidly on Ran Fernando.
The advance of MuoArthur'a troops
began early this morning, with the Kan
sas and Montana regiment marching
along the railroad tracks, anil the lTtah
battery, Iowa, Nubraku and South
Dakota regiments on rhe right of the
A shaip battle was fought at a bridge
four miles from San Tomas, where the
rebels in great numbers made a fierce
stand. The engagement at San Tomas,
wltilcjnot long, was ttoinondou'dy furi
ous. New Road Machine.
11. F. Hall, of Hall's Furry, has ap
plied for a patent on a new road ma
chine invented by him. It is a machine
that one team aud one man can handle
aud can be put up for $.'10. Mr. Hull
has used one several years, and it is
pronounced a great success. Tho
machine can be made on a small nolle
for bicycle paths.
r -Absolutely Ihjre
Makes tho food more delicious and wholesome
ovu ioimo rowotn co,, mw von.
The Morning's Southern Pacific Local
Wrecks a Farmer's Team.
Near New Era, Clackamas county, the
Koscburg local struck a farmer's team,
causing them to go down over a thirty
Tho occupants were badly" haken up,
but It is not believed seriously linjured.
An old man and his wife wero picked up
partly unconscious and carried, on the
train to town, where thoy were soon restored.
The team came up nil right, but the
wagon was badly demolished. Further
particulars as to names could no( be
Protracted services are being held at
the North Salem Free Methodis church
b.Utov. Kuby. Meeting every day at
2:30 p. in., and 8 p. in. Every body in
vited. Win. Uarrett, pastor.
Someof the reiulti ot neglected dyioeptie
coidltloru'are cancer, consumption and epi
lepsy. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure prevents this
by effecting quick cure. Stone Drug Stores.
Pardoned by the Goyernor,
But ,no man can expect to bo pardoned! these olllcers with slight loescs.
UV JUH WHO 11 UU Ill'Klll in Ml ram imiuv
a supply of groceries such us nre. kept
for sale'by Branson & Ilngnn. t( l-.'l-ri
The Harness to Ouy.
A hand sewn, homo made,
Best to Ikj made for cash or trade,
For use with carriage, plow or cart ;
Warranted not to pull apart.
From F. B. 8IIAPKK,
a d & w 1211 State street.
General Luna's Army Will Be Totally Annihilated in
a Few Days,
Aguinaldo Still Thinks He is Conducting Peace Negotiations
An Extra Session.,
to 3 are "Headquarters
y1 P WSm
For pruningtools of allude
Draw cut Pruning Shears,
Pruning Saws, cte. etc,
N. W.Cor. State & Liberty SL.Salem,
Maxim, May 4. Guttural MaoArthur carried &111 Thomns after ouaoiintorlng
strong rosistaneo. Halo moveil on tho right and Wlieolor uttuaked on the loft In a
daring charge in which Col. Funston again dlHtlnguishod himself. The KnnHin
was wounded. Col. Summers with part of Oregon ami Minnewta reglnntnts and
a gun of the Utah battery took Masiu on tho right, renting four miles
from San Furnado. Tho Filipinos aro retreating tVard San Isldor. It Mtfinfl
Oonoml I.una's force Im dustlned to dostruutlon within u fow days uiiluwi thoy sur
rainier or watter.
Uwton eaptiirwl 60,000 bushels of rieo, an iiiiKrtnnt irt of the stor of
tho relwls. Tho SiwiiIhIi eonniilssiono linvu mmlu another futile attempt for
tho fttlluf of the SiwnaJnU h!d as prisonow by the IlllipiiHw, A reply was re
eolvisl stating that Agninaldo was negotiating for jniace, isjiidliig whloh negotia
tions, ho could not discuss tho iiuiMtiou of tho oxohungo of prisoners.
WASiif.rro.v, May 1. There Is a belief among the mombors of coiigrowi thut
the president will cull eongrow in extra Ktmion this fall, probably in October.
fir Aaauclnted I'rra to (lie Joarnnl.
Wasiiisotos, May 4. The following
is from Otis:
"Manila. The situation is as follews:
Lawton holds Ualiung, chptured tho
second lust, after rapid movement from
Angat. He scattered tlio strongly en
trenched enemy to the north ami north
westward, eanturiuir lanre amounts of
food supplies. His successful movement
was attended with great dlillculty be
cause of tho character of the country,
rain and heat. He now covers rttllway
communication und will be supplied
from Mulolou. MacArthur's column
concentrated, and took up the advance
on San Fernando ttitu morning. Do not
upprohend sharp resistance on tho part
of the enemy, who will probably leave
tho railroad and retire north of Lawton.
Tlio destruction of tlio railroad near
Calumpit necessitates dependence on
wagon transportation. Tho enemy to
the south and east of Manila, nine
thotisuud, uro opposed by 11 force under
Overshine und Hall. Tho Idomonst ra
tions thus far wore properly mot by
requests are received from outlying
cities for protection against the insur
"Summ'crs witli six battalions, of tho
Oregon, Dakota, the Third Infantry and
Utah light artillery, proceeded north
this morning to Miiasaud, crossed tho
river, charged the enemy in str.ong en
trenchments, driving thorn northward,
Indicting considerable Ions. Summers
casualties aro two wounded. Wheaton
and Hide's division found tho enemy in
force strongly entrenched and com
manded by Commander-in-Chief I.uua,
four miles south of San Fernando.
Hale on right dislodged the enemy at
Wheaton 011 tlio left, leading in orsou,
mado a brilliant charge, ttcattorlng tho
force, Inflicting great punishment.
Sovorul ofllcors and enlisted men uro
seriously wounded. MaoArthur pro
ceeds to San Foamulo In thu morning.
It is not believed tho enemy will make
another determined stand until they
effect a retreat to Mount Arayut, a short
distance from San Isidor.
Manila, May 4. Tho Seoond Oregon
volunteers, with tlio rust of Colonel
Suinmurs' brigade, aro advancing north
ward under his leadership In the direc
ti mi of Muasiu.
Tho AmurliKius under fimiural Halo
aaptunsl 81111 Thomas today after dos
tMirato ilghtfng on tho part of thu relmls.
Tlio Americans entered the town after I
hod been fired by the insurgents. (Jn-
Mr AsaoclHtcit l'rr la llm Joiirmil
San Fiiancisco, May 4. Tho Callfor
nia Packers' Associations has lwen in
corimrated, with a capital stock of $'-',
600,000. It is coniH)scl of romo of the
largest frultpacking establishments In
tho state, and its object will bo to con
trol and regulate the prices of canned
fruits,whlch It will ship to all parts of
the world. It is probable that some of
tho concerns interested will be closed,
while others will limit their output to a
single vutioty of fruit. Only three es
tablishments remain nut of tlio combine.
Until the Commission
Tones Down Ueef Report,
tlr Aaaoclntrtl I'rcaa lo (tin Journal.
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11 Aoiiiauivia, .uuy . rrcsuictu A1C
Klnley is said to have amended those
portions of the beef court court of
Inquiry 'report which east aspemtions
on Miles and Breckinridge, and whan
innde public It will simply mistuin the
packers' contention that the Jx-ef was
good, without licensing any army olllcer
of negligence or fuiluro to do ills duty in
ruportlng complaints at the proper time
to the prowr olllcers.
A Plow Trust.
Mr Aaaoolntnl 1'rraa to llir Joiirmil.
Ciiioa(K), May 4. Kepresentatlves of
tho '22 leading plow manufacturing con
cerns In tho United States are lissom
bllng in Chicago to await the result of
their committee's notion In New York.
If all goes iih is planned, the Ameri
can Flow Company, with a capital of
(15,000,000, will take its place among
the giant combinations of the country,
Consul Still Re
fusing to Consent.
To the Proporitions of England and
ritafan was killed. April 23, there was
Tlio enemy lot several men. 8tenmer
Tiitiinokal arrived with dispatches an
nouncing a request of tho International
commissioners that tho inhabitants
peacefully await tho arrival of tho com
A meeting of the thrco consuls was
hold but without result,' tho German
consul dissenting from the proposition
of the othor two.
Admiral Kautz and the Captain of tho
British cruiser Tnurnnga dispatched a
message to Mutanfa ordering 1dm to
withdraw lils forces outBldo a lino ten
miles long and six miles broad. Ma- $
tanfn replied agreeing to withdraw Im- $
Ur Aaauulnlril Prraa to llir Journal.
Wahiiinoto.v, May 4. Following was
received from Admiral Kautz:
"Apia, April 27. All quiet at Apia.
Mutanfa and his chiefs have agreed to
keep outsldo the lines prescribed by the
British senior plllcer present and
(U until tlio cominlsHlon
there will be.no more fighting."
The cablegram was mutilated In
transmission, but tho meaning Is plain,
continuing tlio press rosrts that a
truce bus lcen agreed upon in Samoa
and there will ho more hostilities pend
ing reaching ti conclusion by the com
mission now on tho way to the islands.
Auckland, N. Z. .May 4. Advices
from Apia states that tho relml loss by
shelling the Mutaafiui stronghold at
Vallaml by tho warships of Great Brit
ain and United States, was quite horvy.
Many rebelH were wounded. April '22,
there was 11 sharp skirmish lietween the
roliels and Lieut. Oaunt's brigade near
V.illa . In this engagement, one Mu-
Another Dig Smokeitoek.
mitlu llmi'ilrtl mill prnu imlnv ffit&ml
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thu big smokestack lor'tuo now boiler at t t
Stcuslpff Bros, cold storage nnd packing
Da roil Mt on with a. Wi!.hi
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ia luerap, uau uuu in Tuar inuatar
Then vou lava a noor antxilta t4 a
nwaukdlfroatlon Yott no rrMuaattT
jdlujr, alwaya 1et doll and JroWit'i
'and you et tAit llttla bonflt frbm
, jroar looA. Wht li tlws rauMot taU 4
ironorar (.ontupausa Botrali.
I wilt giro 70a prompt nlttf and er
I Uln oars. 5Sc. boi. All drafcttt.
. Kmmm Your- Blal Ihtnt.
If yoa hare neeltetod your cam a
I long use, 70a un wirer k
, alio. It will remoia all iBinurltiMi
I that JuTo been acoumulatlsK ia your I
blowl and will Rmtly (trenclbea .
V. a ATER 00, Low.tl. MM4. i
CiticAOo, May 4. July 72. , Cash 2
San Fiiaxcisco, May, 4. Cash 10o)
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VJo t'lU from rtrnaali' ''Ooocon ct)o
SlCOME Alrr) SEPWImtaixikMuyHavoYou.
B V4X VAJ-r X XLLS JA-jX-i 1 Your Money is Never Ours Until You Are Satisfied.
jjos. Meyers & Sons,
I Salem's Greatest Store.
I The EmpressSkirt A Columbia Bicycle
n any way - mr
The lines chain wheel ever turned out of a factory,
Hartfords, strictly high grade, 5J5,
Videttes, fully guaranteed, $25 and S26,
SROAT St "OTIL,SON.
A loiiKillilluvver to rvad
whlali are ariraly fitted.
Ww wlierti tliora
Our oi.tleal de
ixrlnitnt tu tuppl at very luyr priu Hx-o
lAitiM arni e)iaHf man
self to any
gets out of
R50 to 51 5.00
5 A siMtclnl lino out for 11 prleo regii'
Shir 50 cents vuluus tho yard
fhiuutlots aBHorlel colors splendid
Fovea uuw stylos Just received in
all liuuii boHt giHMls.
A now lino without collar attauhwl,
tsulU u new line just rooivuil (u all
wool Hirgiw and Venetian cloths
57.50 to $16.50
WrapjMtr, not how cheap but how
good, the btMtt.iuudo, ami the tswt tit
ting wrnpiKir. l'ricos
51.00 to 52.50.
Tho lioat olothlng for spring wear.
Wo don't bellevo wo have ever
shown such a grand assortment of
Boyn' and t'hMdrens' sultaAua o
liavo prepared for this season.
Mr Ami we know that wo namo tho
it nrleos. A ticket on ine uoi-
umbiabieyolo with every M.conta
"Will buy "an all wool two piece,
suit with double sent nndWoubw
knuos, or a vosted suit with colored
hitlor collar anil largo pearl buttons,
whieli wo uiiuninteo tho liest values
sliowu 111 ur
golf and fonoy bi)dfim'
ai no complication.
It a pvraurlpllon U weteaaAty the cot of
niakluKlne ! to order will I a little
Wu dtalre to call MweUI attaulloa to our
gold allot iotelo and eyexiaMn lliey att)
guaranteed 10 ytari.
BARR'S JEWELRY STORE,
110 STATU STRBUT.
Trimming riblwna in now novulty
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k ellects ilotttsl wigoe Willi pun cunin,
i 278-280 Commercial St,
2 WJ3 010S.I3 AT
The Old White Corner.
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'mm!T?rr n -." wM Mnl
Tio perfect hoo supporter,,
Imvu all stylos.
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