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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL.
SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY JUNE 15 1899.
dliiiii woolen Mills
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
your boy I
All sizes of Boy's Black Hose,
the very best to be had: Ask
H -xq " -n fr " ""a ""n
"' I i r- -
Wo are not
Not making Low Prices on Dead Stock,
SLAUGHTERING THE LIVING!
Hewing down a clean, live stock, level with tho dirt which is ai
with cheap prfees.
NEW UP-TO-DATE STYLES!
Every Shoo in tho house subject
Goods marked in plain figures.
yiA NEW SHOE STORK,
W WW. , r. Vi. i
Ite rniro to get our prices if
TIIUUK WILL BK
Anything in our inunonse stock of lioots ami shoes at actual oont.
Since in the sin v Inisinutw we huve made it a positive rule to
LEAD ALL COMPETITION' IN
PJUCK Ql'ALITY AND STYLE,
An.l w Iiava Weii true to our determination. Notwithstanding others aro clam
ing tho title ot "Originators of Low Prices," that credit belongs to us, for we bo
gun first and have always undersold any competition fully 'JO er cent and now in
order to protect our customers igi net there "fake sales" we are going to tll our
entire stock at actual cost.
sot von the rcnposE or
NOT TO llAIHE VOSKY,
But simply to make the shoe business interesting. We win well afford this for
we are in such position that profits do not worry us.
Don't Miss this Opportunity All New Stock.
Infants' shoes 20
Infanta' Shoes ,, 40
Shoes worth 75c now fi6
Shoes worth $1.00 now 05
Regular $1.25 Ladies, fine Kid Shoos W
Regular $1.50 Ladies.' Gents' MUmw' or Boys' 1 15
Regular $2.00 Ladles,' Gents.' Mis' or Boys' 1 55
uegu ar J2.&U Laiiio', Gonts.' Mlsso' or
Regular $3.00 ladles' Gents
Regular 3.60 Indies' Gents'
Itfxmtar tl fMl TjuIW nonfu1
Keirular $5.00 Gents' "'!!!!!!
It la no difference HOW we do It, we do It!
SALEM SHOE STORE
Si State St. Ladd & B.U Bank I3ldg.
The largest assortment of
Men's ,Pants: Regular 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
Wo are giving, value that terror
izes our opposition. Wo have the
only shoe stock in tho city where
you can Hud just whot you want at
Prices Below Bedrock
Wo aro sotting them a warm pace
for wo never follow in our lino on
prices, styles or quality we shall
continue to lend.
Free shines to our customers.
275 Commercial St.
-"a "a. - -. ".t - "-a
M- M. a)f tY'
WE DO DO
and blowing about it ns a marvel,
to tho 20 ior cent reduction.
Originator of Low Prices.
Wo Shlno thorn Froo.
91 STATE 8TKKET.
I. uu.ixk.v.www t v
We are now handling Milt, and at pricos
that make people stare. Never before
has salt been Hold so cheap as wo are
helling it. Wholesale and retail,
ooixo out ok ul'simimi.
.. .... ... on
.."."! ".' ''".'"'' 5 76
' 4 00
Much Greater Than
Cebu Inhabitants Well Pro
tected, Three Regiments of Volunteers Re
enlisting. Ilr AHmiclnlcd 1'ronn lu the Jonrnnl.
Washington, Juno 15. General Otis
cabled following today. "Manila
Tho success of Gen. Lawton's troops in
Cuvltu provincois much greater than
was reported yesterday. Tho enemy
numWred over 4,000. Lawton's brlgndo
killed, wounded and captured more
than one third and tho remainder wore
very much scattered and have retreated
south to Imus, their arsenal. Of five
pieces artillery in their posession three
were captured. Tho navy aided greatly
on the shore of the bay, lauding foices
occasionally. Tho inhabitants of that
country rejoico at delivercnco and wel
come witli enthusiastic demonstrations
the arrival of our troops."
Manila, Juno 15. A prominent Fili
pino, friendly to the Americans, was as
sassinated ut Cebu. The inhabitants of
that locullty have urgently requested
American piotection in a stronger force.
Americans have sent n battalion of
tho Tennessee regimuns and two guns
from Ilo No, which insures peace.
Wahiiinotiw, June 115. Pursuing the
policy determined upon some months
ago, General wOtis is organizing three
reghnentH in tho Philippine, composed
of officers and men of state volunteers,
who desire to remain In'tho service, Tho
army bill authorized this kind of en
listment in tho Philippines. General
Otis and volunteer nlllcers in tho Phi
ippiues have Wen consulting to see
how many men will enlist.
Wasiiinhton, Juno 15. The quarter
masters department has ro-chartcted
the Zelundia and Valencia, transports
now at can Lranclsco, to be used to
curry troops to the Philippines.
Wasiij.votom, Juno 16. The court of
claims bus decided to make steciul
laims for a bounty of the sailors of
Dewey's and Sampson's fleets and there
Is every pros'iect that the men will suc
ceed In getting their money at the
present term of court'
Tho number has not been very largo
as there seems to W a desire on tho part
of tho volunteers to return to the United
States with their organizations. These
three proposed regiments with three regi
ments of regulars to sail from San Fran
cisco and those under orders for Manila
will give Otis :C1,000 fighting men.
Manila, June 15, Captain Cuhlo,
with three companies of the Twenty-
first regiment, rccouuoitered in tho di
rection of A mus. Tho rebels, who wore
apparently expecting an uttack, leaving
Whlnd twenty Spanish prisoners, who
had joined tho Americans.
According to the natives tho reWls
carried 100 dead and 300 wounded
through Iiacoor after the recent battle.
The uatlvos aro now flocking Into Ha.
coor and it is brobahlo that there are
many soldiers in plain clothe among
The whole section is pruotieully with
out food and General Otis has ordered
tho distribution of rice and Wuf to tho
inhabitants. Many people refuse tQ
credit the stories of the assassination o,
The failure of the Filipino to follow
up the poace negotiations, strengthens
the impression that the overtures nnra
merely to gain time and lure the Amer
icans to hhow their hand.
Manila, Jun 15. The Fourth regu
lar infantry uud Wyoming regiment bean
added to Gen. Lawton's command uud
today were towed acrou the bay in
casooes, to I.aspiniui, pru'uiratory to re
moving to the inthmus where tint rebel
aro reported to have uu areouul and a
larga quantity of supplies.
MARION COUNTY NEWS
Business Being Transacted at the Court
DtfixirtHient No. 1 liuld a hlwrt mis
sion Thursday morning, ami adjourned
until Friday morning, when the buslne
of this term will probably W fintohfed up,
This will prove the least wqxmsive
term of eireuit court that lias Won 1hU1
In Marion county for many years.
Following are the uWket witries wmI
by tin eoHrt :
JohH UgUm va J. X. Itakwj aUH
l for wojm-. DttfawU ami JwlpHiwt vsith
Lrbr to sJt atulii proity.
J. It. White vs B. P. Taylor action for
money. Jury trial ; verdict for defend
ant. L. II. McMahan vs Canadian Pac. Hy;
action for money. Defendants motion
for leave to filo amended answer to
amended complaint allowed.
V. S. Brunncr, and wife to Morris
Johhson, 10 acres In t 7 8 r 1 w w d $700.
Clias. L. Ogle and wife to G. I.. Shatto
land near Woodburn w d f50,
Thomas Ryan to Atigcltuo Ryan, hln
wife, one acre of laud in North Salem;
also block No. 72, North Salem, excopt
lots No. 7 and 8, w d $2.
Thomas Ryan to Angclinu Ryan, his
wife, 3.8 ncroa in section 11, 1 7 a r 3 w
Tho Santiani Lumbering Co. to G. J.
II. Fryen, lots 5 and 8 in Waldo Hill
Fruit farm No. 1. $1,200.
. Lida 11. Van Winkle nnd husband to
J. K. Hammond one half Interest in n
parcel of laud in Sllvcrton $050.
FOURTH OF JULY COMMITTEES.
Meetings Being Held Daily to Perfect all
Another meeting of tho Fourth of
July committees was held last evening
at tho police court room and many do
tails were considered. The lluanco com
mitteo report about $750 lu sight nnd
moro coming. Tho other committees
have also been diligently nt work, and
meet again this afternoon with Chair
man Judith, when many of tho plans
of entertainment will ho perfected.
Tho scheme involves n lively day of
sports, shaking, and band music galore,
as well ns some excellent vocal music.
Firoworks in tho evening will also be
liberally Indulged in. Kvcrybody should
tako hold and assist tho committees in
makini! this event one to bo long re
membered in the annals of Salem's pa
Tins Oregon Christian Missionary con
vention will bo hold at Turner from
Juno 23rd to July 2nd, Inclusively. The
Ministerial Association will occupy tho
first two days of the convention. Tho
sessions are free to nil. The two Sun
days of tho convention will be devoted
wholly to tho dissertation of gospel
themes by ublo men who havo chosen
their subjects and are preparing for the
hour. June 2tlth and 27th will Ik) tho
days of the O. 0. M. C. business sessions.
Tho C. W. B. M., O. S. S. A., Y. P. 8.
C. K., educational and teinK!runco days
will follow successively, each with its
own program. The railroad rates una
the accommodations on the ground will
bo tho snmo as last year. Many visit
ing brethren from Washington uud Cal
ifornia will bo among thu speakers, nnd
a choir of voices will bo in chargo of
Brother and SistorG. A. Webb.
At Mount Angel.
Tho Benedictine fathers, of .Mount
Angel, Marion county, will lay the
cornerstone of the new monastery ut
10 a. in., June 21. Thu closing exercise
of the seminary and college will be hold
the sumo duy ut 2 p.m. Archbishop
Christie will preside. The program
10 A.M. Procession from thu chapel
of Mount Angel buttu to the new mona
stery, headed by Mount Angel lxuid.
Laying of the stone by Archbishop
Address by Prior Adelhelm, O. S. 11.,
and response by his grace.
.' P. M. Commencement uud gradu
ating exercises at tho large college hall.
The operetta, "Song in War," in four
acts, will bo given hy tho students.
There Is a whole lot of kicking going
on among thu eople living along the
route of the bicycle path lnttweeu here
and Aurora. In many places thu path
has been surveyed along the center of
ditches which drain the road, and tho
workmen are plowing in nnd filling
thoso ditohes, some of which have been
lug by volunteer work. This will leave
the road in tho soup when thu ruins
come, and iHtopiu who uavo to travel
thereon are naturally raising tho long
A letter received from Steve MeFuddeu
delegate to the snpremo lodge of Degree
of the Workmen, now in session at
Indiana)H)lln nays thut he narrowly
mi sued participating In the fostivitu
usually attending a ruilnmd wreck. The
train Just uhead of his plunged through
a bridge which had hcou washed out,
and his train was delayed for 21 hours.
He is having a fine time, and oxju-cts to
get Iwk uIhmiI thu thirteenth.
San Fiuncjoo, June 16. Frank Olin
has Imioii urnMted by the United States
internal revenue olllcers ut his residence
ami saloon, near Alma in thu Santa
Cruz mountains on the charge of con
ducting an Illicit distillery. He con
fusMtd that ho ojHjrated on n small wale
making grao brandy out of wine. He
was reltWbed on bail.
Sevcnty-Ffyc Alteady (Juried and Suf
aVr. Paul, June 16. A New Rich
mond kpedul says: "The situation
here is liU gloomy and the suffering is
jtfeat, but Hiwh Is being done for the
relief of the sufferers. Soveuty-flvu
new wade graved are already in the
Protectant and Out)i0lt eemeterles.
The MUa damp weather ha added m
mwuturably t th wifferlng.
Forming New French
Same Rooms Used as Spanish-Americans
Ilr Amiortnteil I'rma lu llir Jonrnnl.
1'aiiih, ' June 15. M. Polneuio in
formed President Loubet this morning
thut ho woulduecopt the tusk of forming
n now cabinet. Ho will tako tho war
portfolio hi tuldltltioii to thu presi
dency of Jhc council.
Pakih, Juno 15. The first formal
meeting of tho Venezuela arbitration
commission opened tills morning. Tho
arbitrators, counsel and others wuru re
ceived by the minister of foreign affairs.
M. Doliuui. Tho rooms ure tho sumo
used by tho Spaiilsh-Auiorlcan peace
Washington, Juno 15. Tim inoniborM
of thu commission to examine into tho
question of tho most feaslblo route
across the Isthmus of Panama mot this
morning. Admiral Walker was elected
president after which the commission
called upon thu president. Later they
went to tho state department uud called
on Secretary Hay, with whom they dis
cussed the details before them.
London, Juno 15. Some war Insur
run co ws affected today, ut 15 percent.
for throe mouths and at 2 per cent, for
Insurance on buildings nt Johannesburg.
Ilr Aaauclnled I'rcii In the Jonrnnl.
I'aiuh, Juno 15. A preliminary and
informal meeting of tho counsel nngngod
in tho Venezuela arbitration cueo took
place nt the ministry of foreign affairs
yesterday morning. Tho formal meet
ing of thu commissioners will take
Will Land at Brest,
Ilr Aoclaled 1'reai lu Hie Journal.
HitcsT, Franco, June 16. It has been
definitely settled that Captain Alfred
Dreyfus, who left the waters of Frenoh
Guiana, June 10, on thu French cruhor
Sfax, will disembark here. Thu mili
tary authorities of this port have been
notified to this effect.
Kruger Does Not Want War.
1'hi.touia, Juno 16. Tho volksraad
has resolved to accept President Krug
ger'ri franchise propitious, and refer
them to the people putting them into
President Kruger, in thanking thu
mad, said: "lu these trnuhlsomo
times, we don't know what is going to
F.ngluud, he added, hud not made
even one little coucohhsIou, and he
could not give more. He reminded the
nuul thut God hud always stood by them.
War, hoassurtod, ho did not want, hut
lie would not relinquish anything more.
In conclusion, he told them all to wit
ness that, though their Independence
hud oiicu Imhjii removed, God had re
Rev. W. A. Daley ami Win. Kulhor
are lu Portland to attend the tiroh
bishop's reception tonight.
We Want Your Attention.
If you cannot sco well enough, wo hope
you can hwir. We hope you will hear
that this is the lnt place to get glasses.
This illustration is to attract thu atten
tion but not to mdl idas. Home jh-o-ple
urge others to buy goods whether
they need them or not, but in our line
we seldom get a chance to urge thu buy
lug of glusae until some time after they
ought to have been worn. Generally ft
Mtvee the eye sight to use tho right kind
of gift when the sight first begin to
fail. This Is a fact that most people
know, but few people act uxm.
We Ihjiw thut no one wh rends this
will postpone the nocMwlty of getting
BYKB KXAMI.NBD FRKB.
BARR'S JEWELRY STORE,
310 STATE BTItODT.
tr, r an. a
a . ik i
Salem School District.
Tho board of education did not meet
Inst night as announced, but will meet
Saturday to elect teachers for the coming
year, tiling can ho learned ns to the
City superintendent's office except that
one of tho principals is to fill the office
and teach classess. It is uederstood
that Prof. J. 0. Hull, who lias been In
tho Klondike for two years, will be of
fered ono of principulshlps. Ho was
principal of tho Lincoln sclioo for a
year, but resigned to go to Alaska.
He will return soon and resume his life
work as a teachur in Oregon. Prof.
Hall was educated at Albany, N. Y., Is
it gentleman of scholarly tastes, lino
ability ns a disciplinarian and a super
JORY. At tho homo of his son, H. F.
Jury, in Fast Salem, Wednesday
evening, Juno 14, 18U0, of old ugo,
John W. Jory, aged about 81 years.
Mr. Jory was bom in Corn
wall, England, coming to Amer
ica in 1830. In 1847 lie camu from
Illinois, crossing the plains with an ox
team, and has since resided in Marlon
On January 1, 181(1. ho was married
to Caroline Budd. Ten children were
born to them, llvo of whom are living:
Jas. W. and Huirh F.. of Marlon
ceunty: Mrs. Mary Holmes, of San
v ruucisco ; .Airs, hnniiu Laskey of Benton
Co. and Daniel II. Jory. of Grants Pass.
Or. Besides the widow, ho loaves four
brothers living in this county iJiiH.Tlioe.,
Welham and II. 8. Jory.
Funeral Forvlcos will ho held Ratur
day at 2 p. m. nt the residence of II. P.
Jory on east Court slrcet, and burial will
tnko place at Roscdalo cometorv. six
miles south of Salum, short services
being ulso held ut the grave.
Wm. Anderson, of Jefferson, camu in
this morning to tako homo n brand
spunking new Bufflo Pitts engine uud
thresher, with all thu modern attach
ments. Tho rig is ouo purchased oi 13.
M. Crolsun today.
Mra. J. O. Bozorth and daughter,
Inez, wero pasBongcrt to Portland to
day on tho Klmoro. Miss Iiien will go
on to Astoria to visit with friends while
her mothur will remain in Portland for
u short yisit.
J. W. Hurst, a representative of tho
Pacific Monthly, Oregon's only literary
pjriodleul, Is in tho city to make n can
vass for Bubscrllwrs among tho literary
ladles and gontlonicu ot this city,
Wm. II, Holmes returned on the
morning train from defending a man at
Roseburg indicted for u crime.
Mr. and Mm. Frank J, Barr went to
Mt. Angel today to viwlt at thu old home
of Mrs. Barr.
Freight Agents Joints, of thu 8. P.,
and Wuldon of the O. A 13., uro in the
August Frforth, aged 36 years was to.
day brought to thu usyltim.
C. Marsh, thu capitalist, left for Spn
kauu on tho early train.
Kx-Govornor Moody wont to Portland
on the early train.
J. M. Woodruff returned this morn
ing from Ashland,
I Jos. Meyers & Sons,
1 Salem's Greatest Store.
Kvory fashionable Hurt is hero. Tho
asfortmeiit Is so largo that space
forbids full description. See our
white kid belts, lined uud stitched,
that some stores ask 60 vents for no
better our price.
The wanted kinds Madras and
riilks. Htouk with full tuff,
50c. and 51.00
Buy I hum hero uml save. White.,
creaiu, pink, light blue, black fumjy
Brisk hiisluoiM brings new ansjirU
ment, narrow triH, fiuurtM, plllk,
l.t. blue, new blue, cardinal, t)B.
15c to 50c.
5 Summery Cottons
Ml'nrli'Ml ruinarkublo low.
iiortcd uud Doiuustlu I OrganiU(W,
ilorul and luce effects.
15c to 50c.
Ktripes and floral designs"'! 10 yard
patterns exclusively now thu put
1'lgitro.l Law ns.
278 280 Commercial St, The Old
lV ?" POWDER
r JUtaSOTIELY PURE
Makes tho food more delicious and wholesome
Will Be Out oi Em
ployment, Pennsylvania Democrats
Still In Deadlock.
Rovoiiuo Fleet For Cuban Waters to
Mr AMMorhitril I'rma la tint Jonrnnl.
I)i:nvi:u, Juno 15. Thirty thousand
men in Colorado will be out of work
within thu next three days and unless
stops aro taken to end thu strike of
smelter employes. Should tho mines
closo. nil over tho statu 5,000 railroad
men bo thrown out of employment
Hahiiisiiuiui, Pa., Juno 15. Tho Dem
ocratic statu convention proceeded to
call thu roll for the twelfth ballot, which
snowed no material change, air moro
ballots wero taken uud ut 12:50 p. m.
tho convention took a recess. At that
time tho deadlock oyer thu supremo
court Judges was still unbroken.
Ni:w Yohk, Juno 15. A s)eclal to tho
Tribune from Washington says:
To prevent smuggling on thu Cuban
coast, Colonul Bliss, collector of cus
toms Is to have placed at his dtsiosul
several small vessels for use nsa rovunuu
licet, under army auspices, which will
Ik) maintained out of customs' receipts
from thu Cuban ports.
WAHiii.vmo.v. Juno 15. No official
confirmation of reaching an agreement
in Loudon providing for tho
toiiix)mry delimitation of Alaskan
boundary has been received a
thu statu department. It is gathered
that a responsive answer has not yet
been received from Canada by the
British government to thu America
Madiiih, Juno 15. Thu senate has
ratified the bill ceding tho Caroline
islands, Iidronea and tho Pelew iBhtuds
STOlUiJ OViSS JiJVEINGS.
powwr co., Ntw tow.
RICHARD P. BLAND DEAD.
Passed Away This Morning atV
Hy Anxnclntrit rre In tha Jnnrfil!
I.K11ASON. Mo.. Jtino 15. Hon. "rifTlSl
nnl P. Bland died at 4.20;thia inorm'ng
nitor a sleep ot a'.' hours.
Ilr AoelnteiI Preia to the JoarnaUi
Nnw Yohk, Juno 15. Mlko Morr ms
.1.- I.. ! I T-..1 . .IT
mu iiuniy urrivcu irisu ncavvweisiit
miallst who will meet IVlnr Mntr lS?
fore tho Lenox Athletic Club next TuesiA
flnv tittrnl. f ntlnv llimiml, l.td .M.W
and backer, P. J. Dwyor, of Brooklyn
uopositca uu witli Ueorgo CedgldlrieS
of this city, to bind a match with jlmf
JeffrieM, tho heavy-woight champion." i
senator Mulkey Declines.
Ilr ANMiclnteri I'rca to tli Jnnm.iH
Indkcknuunci:, Or., Juno 15. Stoic?
....... a. TaanaaaaW
senator Ji. I. Mulkey, who was elected!
to tho presidency of the Drain nonnall
a. ..... V-JHert
school, has declined to accept. Profes?
eor Mttlkoy Is now teachor of Bclcncolnl
tho state normal school at Monmoutlii
Do Not Want the Canaries'.
Ilr Aaaooluteit l'reaa to tUe Juiirunl
Biiushkls, Juno 15. Tho gnvcrMnciit
of tho Congo Independent State denies!
having offered Spain 5,000,000 peaotasf
for tho Canary Islands, as announcedHnl
a dispatch from Brussels to the Daljw
iviuti, 01 JLonuoti. onw
Pm Tf Mr l-p'ir nil ztvi i Uhf',
hloort t'i 'ir jcuaf 11 t- ' ua
iiiu lil"i', Ibm ..it brain .in'l
Yvni a j tr..':.. ith rurU&
T-it can.i ' .' u Yon era m tfrtil
In tiici ir. Mi'-r tit at ali'hL Yrii
rave no n'- invr. fuur fo.il'1
dooo yu ' it little goej. fl
H'liiul.iatJ, ioziiB, liMihcha (ravr-rjl
des pnln pm yon ; bit y
'i FT il f$L l?S rx . :
SA & iW" li
l0 . O'
will. It rcmovcanll Impurities from
tlta bloo I, And It roateo tho blool
rli li In it llfv giving proptrtiw.
f. IhiIiI. All ilruk itli.
("Ktf-rt i'Ilj inrnlertgr to rvtutliollon
Willi Uilti it.xm st Af l' lilt !
niHlii i'ii.'k. Im- 1 lii.
Write la ouo Djatarm,
Wtltofr. , m HKepiUcuUrlQfur
v.v. au, .i . ,uiAinu(
CiiicAdo.Juno 15. July 7Bi, .Cuh 2"
San hiiANtiHco, Juno, 16. Cash 1,10.',-
Tlio now and pro)flr styles Just '!?
oiHiued. Teoks, Puffs Four in hands,.tigw
Bowh, New Beds, Now Blues. . ;3-
25c, 50c, 75c.
Crash Hats v3
GO dozen for your selection.
25c to 75c.
White and Gray
Only tho Ixwt hero fine croayi bala
itriggan, ou cents sun una up, , ,,(.
Pink and Light blued 1.70
ILlcyoJo Olovos, ovary pair BUg"ji
it atvus Vv""iw(
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