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SALEM, OREGON, MONDAT MAT 29, 1899.
Salem woolen lllspva
Home Made Goods
Specials: A very select
line of Boy's Knee Pant Suits
of our own goods made up in
New York. UET ONE FOR
All sizesof Boy's Black Hose,
the very best to be had: Ask
The largest assortment of
Men's Pants: Regular sizes,
extra sizes and extra lones.
No matter what size you call
for we have hm. A special
drive on them.
The finest line of Crasn Hats
for Men and Boys to be
found, in Patterns and
Vsi q? RaA u, a va
Rules Amended By
News From Hong Kong and
American Soldier's Mutilated Body
Found Floating on a Raft.
Bids for Supplies Opened.
The Hoard of Trustees of the Orceon
State Insane Asylum oihiuxI bids for the
structure of iron, and steel work, him
ber, mill work ami all material and
labor for plastering and roofing required
for the addition to the asylum building.
following are the bids:
Knox & : Murphy, roofing fl034 00
Barr A l'etzel, roofing 1103 00
rilton AGerspach, roofing 1370 00
w ., ( - 00
ML 1-reeman, plastering ., 335)3 60
K M Sorbcr, plastering, 23 cts per sq yd.
f 2737 00
JDTrcsl.am, plastering ... j
I. 3635 00
George Ainslio & Co, mill work. 3700 00
Otto Hansen, mill work 2275 00
Hanson & Landon, mill work. .. 3450 00
Hanson & Landon, lumber, $8.50-12-10-17
h Heeloy, lumber $10-12-20
Wolff Zwicker.lron and steel j jjgj Jjj
Smith & Watson. Iron and atecl. 4931 00
The Hoard will meet Thursday at
in. and award bids.
SUIILEY IN- UTAH.
Of National Peacemakers.
Memorial Day In Salem.
As usual the G. A. 11. and Belief
Corp organizations of Salem will observe
Memorial day tomorrow, May 30th, nl
though no program is obtainable as
Tiik Joims'Ai. goes to press.
All public olllces will be closed, and
business houses will close tho irreatcr
part of tho day.
At tho scmi-anntiat election of ofllcers
in Olivo lodge, I. 0. 0. F., last Saturday
night tho following officers were elected :
Noblo Grand, AmosVosa; vlco grand,
W. F. Watterburg: recording secretary,
I-. v.inirum; treasurer, W. H. Cook
flfertVA . Baking
Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
myru swwa eowph eo., mw vo,
PUSHING HIS BOOM.
More help must be had at our
store. Our shoe sale has proven
too much for our force. We
are cutting" prices as they have
never been cut on the Pacific
Coast. UET YOUR SHOES
NOW you will never buy
them cheaper than at this big
sale: also, Free shines.
Kf ausse Bros.
275 COMMERCIAL ST.
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i Shoes Worth Having
TllK HKASO.V FOIl TUB (MKAT DKMAND FO OUK HIIOKH !H
11KCAUHB TIIK HIIOES AUK WOHTII THE I'llICE WK ABE
FOIl THKM. TIIKY AUK NOT AWJ.VK TIIK LATENT HTYLU8,
DUT Til Kilt DUUAMUTY IS UNHUIll'AHSKD.
. STAMPED ON A SHOE MEANS STAND
Alt D OF MEHIT. PEOPLE APPRECIATE
FIRST-CLASS WORK. They understand
f y j y ji j mm our nign Kruno niiues uru un ituuiuiiui uuu
& fs(y drossy as can bo. That our high class goods
. s t mean nign ciass vaiue, nign ciasa in, styie,
'Mir' lasnion ana lorm, nign emus leenug aim com
fort, and high class finish, material and workmanship. Indeed, that moil
CLASS WITII.CH MEANS 11' H AND TKUTII IN THE BIIAI'E OK HIIOES. TllO Ollly
thing not high about them is the price.
'RPnoWr1008 I ACYlS NEW SHOE STORE,
t W t. tw a. fcv. V V.
94 State Street.
b. !k V iv M. W fc.
Dr. H. C. EPLEY
Dr.. H. H. OLINGER.
Bple & linger
Artificial Teeth 56,00,
In making artificial teeth we me the beat teeth nod rubber that
cuq be procured In the market.
Wo guarantee-our teeth agalust breakage, uUo guarantee u tit.
Gold Crowns $5, Up,
Wo use 22lr Gold in uur crowns and fully guarantee thetii.
Salem Dental Parlors
Rooms 27 and 29, Phonc!dl3.
vutroraLxcxc vtx-c vvvc ktcxchcvcik
y Aoclmcl Irei to lie Jotiriiul.
Wasiiinoton, May 2!). President Mc
Kinley today issued an nmondment to
tho civil service rules. It releases
from tho operation of civil service
rules, about 1,000 ofllces. Among such
places as tho follewing: Pension ex
amining surgeons, Indians employed
I.i tho Indian set vice not con o-ted with
Indian school service and many places
in tho engineer department at largo,
quartermasters department at lartjo. or-
dnancedjpartment at larget and war department.
With reference to places in tho outside
war department service it Is provided
that they .be subject to tho regulations
provided by tho secretary of war und np.
proved py thepresldent, thus placing
these branches of service on the sann
substantial basio as tho navy yard ser
vice. Wasiiinoton, May 29. The following
cable from Otis:
"Manila: Tho transorss Ohio aid
Senator with tho Thirteenth infantry
Imsjuat arrived. Private Johnson, of
Company E was drowned and live men
deserted at Honolulu. There were no
San P'iuncisco, May. 29. Steamer
China from Hong Kong and Yokohama,
via Honolulu brings tho news of tho
murder of an American soldier, named
ucorgo ityan, near .tiuioios. ills mu
tilated Ixxly was found, lashed to a
raft, floating in tho river. Ryan
was n man, who in 1K1U, whilo sorving
In provisional tho army at Hawaii stolo
the crown jewels.
Judge Perry, of Honolulu, has passed
sentence on tho three Japanese ring
leaders In tho riot which took place
somo time ago when twine Chinese were
killed. Ono man was seutuiusod to
hang, another to serve 20 years, und
another to five years.
All positions in Alaska in the custom,
internal revenue and tcliool servico arc
exempt from examination or registration.
The Hero of Santiago Receives
An Ovation at Every
Americans Have Not Yet Presented the
TII33 DKEYFUS CASE
The Deroulede and Hurbert
Case Proceeding in the
Palace of Justice
II y Anaocluleil I'rcaa to (lie Juurnul.
Paiiih, May 29. The court of cessa
tion met today to hear the debate on tho
application for tho revision of the Uroy
Paiiih, May 2S. While the Dreyfus
case was proceeding in ono part of tho
palaco of justice, the trial of Dorouledo
Hahert, charged in citing soldiurs to sub
ordination on the day of election of Pres
ident Luhet. When Perouledo called
upon to plead he began diatrilo against
parliamentarians and Jews. The audi
enco in tho court cheered Doroulede.
In accordance with its custom Tiik
Jouii.val will not Iks issued on Tues
day, May 30, Memorial, day holng a pa
triotic national und statu Holiday.
Wet and Backward.
Travellers who have recently oomo out
of the interior of Eastern Oregon ruort
a great doal of rain for thatoouutry and
that the spring is cold und backward.
See the Cart.
At Strong's Restaurant, and after eat
n g your dinner, oxehana a nUkel for 2
sacks fresh roasted pea-nuts.
Ily Amauclntol l're to the Journnt.
Salt Lakh, May 21). At Salt Ijiko
there were continued celebrations today
in honor of Hear-Admiral Schley. The
uiuiiiietH nouses ami residences were
decorated in national colors and where
over ho appears tho hero of Santiago is
given an ovation.
SCIO VS. STAYTON.
Ono of the Hottest Contests Between
Two Race Horses Ever Held in
Last Saturday at 1 p. m. a Bocond
effort was made to null off tho horso
raco that had been advertised to come
off between tho running horse from
Stayton and a horso from Sclo. Tho
Stayton horse was Imported from East
ern Oregon, and brought there to settle
tho old score and get even with Scio, it
'h claimed, which crowd and horso do
feated a Stayton horse and badly de
moralized the purses of somo of the
Staytonites. There waa 200 a sldo de
posited in tho Sclo bank. Tho two
horses entered tho truck at 1 o'clock
and continued to jockey until 0:110.
There was probably more excitement
in tho little town it occupied
than ever before (u IW history. It is es
timated that at least 100 riders were on
tho scene, coming from Linn and Ma
rion counties, and many were an wlld'at)
Indians with excitement. They rodo
through tho little town in groups, yolU
ing themsolvcs hoarse
On" tho final go tho Stayton horso got
off in tho lead and won tho raco by
a scratch of alwut a foot. Scio refuses
to give up the money, claiming that tho
start was not a fair one. The Linn
county school fund will be $100 ahead,
as, according toours,ato law, nihil
putcd bet money reverts to the schoj
fund. It is now said that an effort U
being made to have tho race come off at
Salem at the fair ground, with nonie
show of success. It Is thoupht tlia'
judgescanbe procured here that can
start the hordes off correctly and with
out any self-iuterest.
11 Amiuclutptl I'rna to tlip .liiurnnl.
Tun HaiiOk, May 21). A brief olllclal
record of thu, doings of tho peace confer
ence during tho week says:
"Provisional proposals for mediation
and arbitration have been submitted by
tho representatives of Russia, Great
Uritlan, Italy and tho United States."
Tho corrosjKiiulent of the Associated
Press learns that tho statement
that tho Americans had sub
mitted the oVbltmtiou proposal was in
correct. Tljolr proposals for a perma
nent tribunil are not ready, as a French
translation1 is necessary.
There was much animation in the lob
bies of tho palaco but tho crowds In tho
vicinity wore not largo. Extensive mil
itary precautions have been taken to
preserve otver Inside and outside tho
Jmlldlng. The court room Is tilled with
Parls.ni celebrities. Many Judges be
longing to other courts aro among those
present and absolute tranquility pre
Adrian Braum Pays the Pen
alty at Sing Sing For Aur
ilejring His Wife.
Two of Which Will Die
Adolph Rabb and John
, McVea in Custody
Hr Aaaoclnteit Prem to the Journal.
Nkw Yokk, May 21). During an al
tercation three men were tabbed, and
two fatally wounded. Adolph Habb,
tho proprietor, and John Mo Veil, a
waiter, aro In custody, charged with
doing tho cutting.
Tho President Wants, to Hug all
1'outi.anii May 20. Wheat
68: Walla Walla. r7c.
Hour Portland, 2.80; Superllno
$2.15 per bbl.
Hay 8l)ier ton.
Hops lKjMtfc; old crop ttc.
Wool Valley. HCfiPJe: E
egon, 0010. Mohair, 27 30.
Oregon Boys Propose to Returnby Way of
itr Anaoclntcil l'reaa to the Journal.
Wasiiinoton, May 20. Tho prosidont
has been anxious to meet all tho troops
who served in tho Philippines, If prac
ticable, and has agreed to go to Minn
eapolis and St. Paul to greet tho Mlline
sota volunteers. With tho possibility
that tho president may bo unable to
continue his trip further west, tho Twin
Cities have undertaken to arrange for
the mobilization of all volunteers as
Tho jubleo will probably occur early
In August. Tho president's acceptance
of this Invitation does not necessarily
mean that ho has abandoned IiIh con
templated trip,to tho coast.
At Watervllot Michigan, an unknown
man was killed by lightning. A violent
Htorm broko over Chicago last night,
which Hooded the city and suburbs!
causing much damage.
ll12e: Eastern Or
lair. 27 fill .10.
Mlllstuff Hran. 17t short.!. tlR.
Poultry Chicken, mixed, jl.W)100 Otis, announcing that n majority o
turkeys,, live, 1JJjiC. i Oregon regiment havo elected to rt
Hffllfi per dor..
to the Joiirmil.
Funetnl of Grandpa Albert.
At his request, there was no funeral
sermon over thu remains of the late
KIkjii Taylor Albert, who was burled on
Sunday at 2 o'clock, from his home on
the corner of Winter and Mill streets.
The funeral was a very simple one,
conducted by ltev. Ketchum In tho
prot-ouco of four generations of tho fam
ily and many friends who could not en
ter the house. Many more went to the
cemetery, whore tho remains wore con
signed to the earth ulth prayer and
The pall bearers w ero J. M. Martin,
John Molr, Kr,, P. II. Itaymond and A.
O, Condit, brother elders of tho church
with Mr. Albert?!!. V. Matthews, who
alo served as an older with Mr. Al
bert, and 1). P. Itrowu, of tho asylum
farm, a fellow-townsman of the de
ceased at Winchester, Va,
At the cemetery the grave was liter
ally covered with (lowers, of which
Grandpa Albert was so fond. Beautiful
floral emblems were sent in by admir
ing friends. The funeral was ono of tho
largest over hold in this city from a private-house.
New Youk, May 20. Adrian "Draum
was put to death by electricity ln8ing
Sing this morning for tho murder of his
Hides Oreen, salted (10 lbs, 80c. under
uu ins, .fitisj ; snoop pelts, 1520e.
Onions C0c75 or sack.
Huttor Host dairy, 10llc; fancy
creamery, 40c per roll.
Potatoes f 1.60 f 1.70 per cwt.
Hogs Heavy dressed 00(1
Mutton Weathers 4 iic: dressed. 8(30
Ileef Steers, ll.OOrtyt-UO: cows. 13.00
QIJ.00 dressed, 77M.
Veal dressed, 0Q8c.
Hay Haled, cheat, 17.00
;, 1201 Ic.
Hour In wholesale iotn $2.00 retail
Mlllstuff bran 110.00
Hogs dressed, 6kc.
Live cattle 2)(C0;ic.
Dressed Veal Oc.
Huttor Dairy 10c creamery 15c.
Wool Host 10c. Mohair 25c.
Poultry Spring chickens 12sjc015c,
Hens 8 tot) rents.
WAHiiiNctTON.Mny 20. Secretary Algor
has . recolv&l k cablegram from Oon.
by steamer directly to Portland. Tho
Washington regiment has decided ;to
como first to San Francisco.
An Electric Car was Run Into
By a Northern Pacific
Ur Aaioelateii Vrtum to the Jonrnn).
Seattle, May 29. An electric car
containing 25 persona was run Into to
day by tho Northern Pacific train, kill
ing Emanuel llrand and Injuring 14
others, somo fatally.
Business Men's tycetlntf.
This Monday ovening at city hall at
8 p. in. to arrango for reception of nar
tlonal odltorinl association and Fourth .
of July celebration. By order of tho
mayor and committee
Central Western States
verely Scourged With
nECEIVINQ THEin PAY.
Cuban Soldiers Present Themselves
Havana, May 29. Fully 100 men
with rilles uro waiting in llnd today for
opening of the olllco for tho payment of
Cubun soldiers who will give up their
arms. There wore aUo present eight
men with recelptH for iirm; delivered
to tho civil authorities.
. Now is Your Opportunity
To obtain a first class Enamel Cabinet
Photo and bust Carbouetto work at re
duced rates. The Piokelll Co. (iround
floor Studio, 213 Commercial street.
0 20 tf.
Plenty of cut flowers and Ithodo
deadraus for Memorial day ut the Ave
nue GreonhoutwM. '
As the result of a collision in South
Salem Sunday, betweou a bicyclist and
a iHtdostrlan, whereby tho former was
projected from tho sidewalk into thu
street, tho latter was this morning ar
retted foriiHsuult and will appear before
Justice JolniNiii on Wednesday p. m.
Crystal Ice Works.
Tho Crystal Ieo works is now ready to
supply tho trade with ice, made from
purodistillrd water, at thu ruling price,
whatevur that may bo. Telephone 2071.
J. Maguire, proprietor. 6-2t)-0t
The Boston Shoe Company,
dents' Frunoh Calf Shoos. 112. worth-
f 1, 30H Commercial street, near tho
Broke Through the Sewer.
An accident happoncd .last Saturday
which nearly proved fatal to u valuable
cow. It was at tho homo of T. II. Lloyd,
at Sixteenth and Leo street. Thu family
broko cow through tho sower which runs
closeby and hud It not lx'cn for thu timely
assistance of noighlor, who lifted bossy
from her predicament she would un
doubtedly havo succumbed,
Morrow county had a heavy rain and
hall storm on Tuesday. The streams
became raging torrents and cellars were
CovKiiACK.May 29. Furthor attempts
to iloat tno Amerlcau liner Paris have
been abandoned until tho next spring
tides. .Fresh holes havo boon discovered
llr Amoelnted I'roas to the Journal.
Ciiicaoo, May 20, Since last" Friday,
thu states of Nebraska, South Dakota,
Iowa, Wisconsin, Minnesota, ami North
orn Illinois, havo experienced a series of
the most violent storms known in years,
resulting in the loss of nearly a dozen
llvos and dolngdamago to property and
crops amounting to hundreds of thous
ands of dollars.
'Yc"sTorday ,'tbrnadoe -woro joporijjd
from Hastings, Central Cty and Heat
rice, Nob.; Keswick, Dowh, Mingo,
Fonda and Tama, Iowa, and Dljou
Hills, South Dakota.
At tho latter place seven lives woro
lost and two fatally Injured. Near
Keswick Iowa, five persons were in
jured, ono fatal. In Hamilton county,
Nebraska, $100,000 damage was done
Michigan was also swept yesterday by
a severo electrical storm, many houses
In St. Joseph and Denton Harbor und
vicinity were struck by lightning.
( "The way to be
I IfIMM, IK In l,.. I
'W iu uavcu v
look to the j
gotd liver and a .good
will take care of the j
( liver. 'J
Ciiicauo. Mav 20. Julv 76?f. Cuih 2
Ban Fjuncisco, May, 29.-Cah 1.07)4
f Jos. Meyers & Sons,
1 Salem's Greatest Store.
I 16 tf
The Sale for Thirty l)ys.
I la by Shoes, ,1fi cants, worth 76 cents,
at tho IJoston Shoo Company, 308 Com
mercial street, near tho ixwtolllce.
4 15 tf
If you appreciate food well cooked
and pood service, take your moats at
thu White House restaurant. 6 27 2t
Tho backward spring causes us to give marching orders to these three lines. Never before
havo our steuiul pricus boon so tempting. Delated buyers will Ixmollt by these original
reduced pa cos.
JUITJ Muii tailored suits a
few choice styles
hero's a nrico fist:
wcrstod, fancy lined,
well worth (8,50
Cor. State and Liberty Sis. Salem, Ore.
The fines chain wheel ever turned out of a factory,
Hartfords, strictly high grade, $35,
Videttes, fully guaranteed, S25 and S26,
SROAT 6l WILSON.
A Face 1
oaiifiot lu considered Ixjautlful if tho
evwt aro weak luidrwl. And as those
dtifscts are removable no woman should
penult them to remain. A thorough
knowledge of option! lltting enables us
to achieve almost woiKierful results.
1'lute yuursolf in our hands mid aching
and unsightly oyes will bo things of tho
pasU.Our eharges aro moderate.
BARR'S JEWELRY STORE,
318 BTATJET BTRCOT.
All wool.flnu blue sorK9t tight tltttiiK
biokml, throi row bifttons in front.
Kllk lajKiis. Keffular prlyod I2,fi0
Jliaok all wool mrwjj llnoil thfauh.
out with blaqk or lavenjlyr silk wry
oholco at 122.60, BjiegM
Tho Grown purfoot lltting
slues !I2 to 1 1 in a uroat arrav
turials, All attractively pruied,
will Kaln If you are prompt.
48c to $2.18
Our Knife Cuts Deeper Than
Itntiro lino at Interesting prices.
Stylish, wulbmado skirts pojtfoningall
tho good qualities.
For an all wool sorgo nklrt worth f$.
For a (loo black
skirt, worth $10.
satin or tafleta
freo July 3d
OUIt STOIU-J OPJflN 13VBNINGS.
278 280 Commercial St. The Old White Corner.
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