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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
SALEM, OREGON WEDtfiJSDAY JUNE 2 1 189!).
Lace Curtains, Counterpanes, Damask,
Crash, Scrim, Hosiery, Underwear, Hats,
Caps, Clothing, Shoes, Shirts, Gloves,
and all kinds of notions.
I Needed in thePhilip-
THE NEW YORK RACKET, i pes.
Cor. Commercial and Chemeketa Sts.
Does a cash business, which insures the
yery lowest prices on all classes of goods
in their line. We buy goods right. We
sell goods right. Try us for crash
for warm weather.
So Says One of Gen, Otis'
Saiem's Cheapest One-Price Cash Store,
E. T. BARNES, Prop.
ihh tiV'-'-'ifchfciilik'-'-ii'hr --f-----w.,wwww.,wwwv.w.,...,v...,
Red Cross Shoes
Our hospital and nurse Shoes,
also Oxfords, have arrived. Try
a pair if you want solid com
fort. Our big Shoe sale is still
on--we are Cutting prices right
and left we buy our oodslO
per cent, cheaper than inexper
ienced opposition, hence can
and do easily undersell them.
275 Commercial St.
l - -" "--
- t. ' " "
v t v -v s t
Per Cent Reduction
On All Shoes,
Wc aro not
3ULLTNG THE DEAD.
WE DO DO
Not making Iw Prices on Dead Stock, and blowing about it as a nmrvol,
but wo aro
SLAUGHTERING THE LIVING!
Hewing down a clean, live stock, level with the dirt which Ih associated
with cheap prices.
NEW UP-TO-DATE STYLES!
Kvory Shoo in the Iioumj subject to the 20 per cent reduction,
floods marked in plain tlgures.
W. Yk tW W Mk. lfc fc. W. I
Originator of Low Prlcos.
NEW SHOE STOKE,
04 STATK rtrekt.
Other Manila News of Interest Mor
tality at Santiago.
Ily Ananclntril I'rra to the Jnurnnl.
San Fiia.vcisco", June 21. Dr. dun.
A. MeQucsten, who was on tho staff of
General Otis and was health ofllcer at
Manila, has returned home.
Captain MeQucsten made a close
study of the conditions in tho Philippine
situation. Ho is of the opinion that it
will take from 100,000 to 150,000 soldiers
to properly subdue and hold the Islands.
He says the peace commission was an
absolute failure and that its work from
tho start was without effect. He strongly
empporta military government of tho
Washington, Juno 21. The pub
lished allegations that malls sent home
ward by Nebraskan and other volun
teers in tho Philippines have beon con
sored at Manila aro emphatically denied
by tho director of posts valllo.at Manila,
he says the story was manufactured for
Washington, Juno 21. Private Mill
hern, and Private Jennings, of the
Fifth infantry died on tho lllth, of yel
low fever at Santiago. Private Haider
man, of the Fifth infantry died on the
10th, of yellow fever nt Puerto Principe,
TOM HAYDEN SHOT
In Tacomu After Being Re
leased From the Oregon
Ily Aaandntetl I're to (lie Jnurnnl.
Tacoma, Juno 21. Tom Hayden, a
noted burglar, rulcased from tho Oregon
penitentiary last Friday, was arrested! On last i-riday a gentleman rode into
in ti.iu ,.:t.. ,.,iri,. H.t. ,.inr,.i..,. it.. ....... haiem Irom J.uireno and fully verMcd
I i . it 1 1 i 4 . i T i I the claim which has been made for tho
shot in tho hip but not seriously wound- 'u,,nr n,v.,in ..i,. ."ti,. . i.L J
ed. Ho has served a term in tho scarcely anv vnriniion of chain null
oven when tho gear is doluired with mud
The reverend gentleman is an easy,
forcible speaker and gives tho impres
sion of n man of much strength and
He could see the hand of (.5ml guid
ing the destinies of this country since
(the first discovery of tho continent.
i'OiumiU8 lirst discovering land in the
West Indias was part of a divine plan to
turn those islands and South America
over to Roman Catholicism. Tho divino
hand guided tho Mayflower to Plymouth
Hock to give North America to Protest
nut Christianity. Now the doors nrc4
owning to lot the Protestant churches;
in 10 peoples that have been hitherto
sunk in darkness. The Ani?lo.SiixmtJ
race dominates and controls the destinfsN
of the world. Dewey's victory at Manila"
ami tho destruction of Covera's licet fit
Santiago were victories for Protestant-Ism.
Dr. Thompson told of the work
Porto Rice. Ho was applauded
ho expressed tho sentiment that denoih
nationalism should bo lost sight of. In
the new Items, and all should work to-
gethcr forthe advancement of Protestant
Ho was obliged to cut his address
short, as he was to go south on tho ovcttf
HOTEL FIRE j
One Life is Lost and Eitf$
Others are Seriously
Or Aaaoclnlcit Prcat to tlie Journn
Oswi:uo, X. Y., Juno 21. Tho Kug;
hotel was destroyed by Uru this morn
ing. Mrs. Raclmol King, an old lady
lost her life by suffocation. Might others
aie seriously injured.
Whose Dog Is It?
A short time ago Frank Derby bought
a line bird dog of I-ow Van Nortwlck, n
Imrlwr, for $5. Tho dog is now claimed
by Fred Sanders, who has sworn out a
warrant for tho arrest of Van Nortwiek.
Sheriff Dnrbln today went after tho hit
tur at Portland, where he Is employed
in the Metropolitan barber shop, and
tho real ownership of tho dog will be set
tled, if it costs Marion county a hundred
Miss Lottio Abrams is reported as
still improving, and her physician says
that a more encouraging outlook could
not bo asked for her restoration to
health. Other patients at tho hospital
are doing nicely.
Strike Fiercely Car
Switches and Tracks Tom
And Much Property Destroyed
Cleveland Other Strike News.
Ily Amoclitleil Pre to the Jnurnnl.
Ci.i'.vki.ani), Juno 21. A determined
effort is being made today to settle the
strike. Committees from both sides met,
with a committee of tho council, to de
vise means to bring tho dispute to an
A serious riot on south side last even
ing was tho prelude to a series of minor
disturbance, carried on all through tho
night. In every part of tho city t!:a
switches were destroyed, rails were torn
up and the tracks piled high with ob
structions. Several passengers were struck by
by Hying missilus and tho cars were
badly damaged. A crowd of men and
boys barricaded the tracks at Cedar and
Fast Madison stieets at noon. Cars
were stoned and several passengers
bruised by missiles.
At noon when two cars were passing
over tlie Superior viaduct, MX) men and
Itoys, working In factories near by, as
sembled and for ten minutes there was
Brewster & White,
91 COURT STRKKT.
f TV "T "l T We are now handling salt, and at pricos
,II that make people stare. Xevor buforo
mtt .jC .JL. ,ln iy JL mi
Be sure to got our prices if
has salt ikhiii sold so cheap as we are
selling it. Wholesale and retail,
you use salt.
THERE WILL BE
Anything in our immense stock of boots and shoos nt actual cost.
Si n en in thublioo business wo have made it a positive rule to
I.KAD ALL COMPETITION IN
PRICK. QUALITY AND STYLK,
And wo have beun truo to our determination. Notwithstanding othera are earn
ing the title of "Originators of I.ow Prices," that orfdlt llQ!ig to us., far wo I
gan flrst and have always undersold any comiHititlon fully 20 ur aunt anil now In
order to protect our customers agalnht thee "fake aitw' wo are gfllnfc' to will our
rntire stock at actual cost.
NOT -OK THE Cl'HI'OSK OK CJOINO OCT Of IIVfU.VBPfi.
SOT TO 1IAIHK MONEY,
Hut simnly to make tho shoo business interostlng. Wo ouu well affonl this for
we are in 'such iosition that profits do not worry us.
Don't Miss this Opportunity All New Stock.
Infants' shoos 30
Infants' Shoes -10
Shoed worth 75c now W
Shoes worth $1.00 now
Regular 1.25 Ijidies, lino Kid Shooa W
ltT5uarU.50IjidIe,' Gent' Mlsto' or Roya' , ! If
KeKulur S3.0O Lotllea Gents,' MUsus or loy'
Regular $20 Iadlos Gents.' MUw' or Rys' 1 7
lUKulrt3.00IAJH, Gents 2 00
Regular $3.50 Ladies' Gout.' .- 2 W
Kegular f 4.00 1juHo Gents'... 2 90
Itegular $5.00 Gents 3 7
Regular itl.00 " ; 4 00
It Is no difference HOW we do It, wo do Itl
SALEM SHOE STORE
HS State St. Ladd A Ri Rank Rldg.
MUSIC AND ARTS
Ptof. I'amn's Concert Tuesday Evening
at Unity Church.
Tho concert given last evening ut
Unity church by the pupils of Prof. Z.
M. Parvin's North West Normal College
of Music and Arts, assisted by local
talent, una a distinct artistic success, al
though tho audience was not large, sev
end entertainments being given tho
same evening nt other places.
Those present however wore enthusi
astic in their appreciation of tho uxceU
lent program of vocal and instrumental
music rendered, and encores were tho
order of tho evening.
Tlie Novillo Quartot was new to a Sa
lem audience, as a quartet, mid it inado
an uxco'.lunt impression, receiving sev
.Mr. Houry Morgan of Albany ulso
scored n succoss. Tho other vocalists,
Mrs. Holland who is always dollghtful,
aixl Mrs. Hiiigos for hose voice this
roKrtor has no adequate descriptcvo
language, could not fail to please.
Profossor Parvin's pupils show
ed great talent and couseluntious
training, and surprised and delighted
the audience by the excellent of their
Tills evuniug the concluding part
of tho oommuncuineut oxeruisos of
Prof. Parvin's pupils will bo held at
Unity church. No admission will bo
charged, and tho public is Invited to
The Presbyterians Visited by Hev Doctor
Thompson of New York.
Tht Presbyterian folks bold u very
ploamuil rally at their church In this
city Tutfcnlay afternoon ami evening.
Rev. Ir. Thomjrtjon, of New York
City, WH-retary of tho home mission
board, was here on his tour of this coast,
and the occasion was improved for a
profitable gathering together of tho
Presbyterians of this MH-tion.
Tli ere was a conference at b p. in. at
Utuded by tin jiastors and lay delegatus
from th different church wj comprising j
Willamette Prenbytory, and member of
the Home Missionary society. Dr.
ThomMon told of the work of tlKt board"
ami partlculurly of its work in Alaka.
At 0 o'clock the Ulies of the Mission
ary society served a bountiful ami de
lioious lunch to the guests, in the
ehureh jiarlors, ami an informal sockil
time was enjoyed.
At 8 o'ekxak mAUs eorvkex Here
in the eliHreh. ftfi4eUg w
prayer by Dr. TbeHipwn, of OorvalH;
krrifttMre rwu)i b r. HtfHU,fcf (!
rub; a veeal sol by M MfltoweUi
ami h aUlrftsj U' n& Tlttinftaon.
uiaigrii. tin me common gear, any
accumulation of mud or dust nets as a
wedge, and Is often disastrous. Victor
straight lino sprockets free themselves
without effort on tho part of tho
tho rider, with none of the minimlm? nml
grinding sound ho common fu many
wheels, and ot course It is free from the
immonso friction incident to such con
The gentleman referred to stated that
though much of tho trip was made
throtiL'h dust "rim deen" that his Vlntnr
ran uniformly easy from start to finish
ami inai lie used no oil or other lubri
cant. Tho purchaser of Victors now gets tho
highest typo of bicycle made for uhout
tho same price ho pays for inferior
grades and possessing as it docs so
many new and valuable features it Is no
KvANs.NVii.i.E, lud., Juno 21 Sunny-
side mine remains closed today nud Im
ported men aro in hiding, Fred Lacher,
national commitcomau of the United
Mine Workers and statu secretary ac
knowledges that last night's shooting
grew out of the importation of colored
non-union miners. All is quiet today.
Governor Mount will probably Ihj asked
to prevent tho importation of foreign
Wki.ijuioko, Penn., Juno 21. A big
strike of tho coal miners is on nt Arnot.
The trouble has been browing for some
time and dually KOO miners quit work,
demanding 110 cents )or ton. They had
been receiving -15 cents. It is said that
tho miners at Morris Run have also
d ctments, tho whole proceedings re
quiring an hour and a half. Counsel for
tho defense asked for plenty of time In
which to plead, but Judge Stewart
would .not grant beyond I o'clock.
Thursday, although he mid if the de
fense was not ready then, more time
would 1k allowed.
Col. Roddy said It was his intention
to move to quash tho iudictmen s and
ho would not have time ro prepare so
many separate motions if he contin
ued work on the cases against the sheriff
and the commissioners, In which ho was
preparing a motion to quash the cita
tions. Court adjourned until tomorrow
morning, with a prosjH'ot of no buslneis
being done before Thursday aftornoou,
but with a ixisslbjllty of tlie impe.ich
ment cases coming up today.
The Presidential Patty.
Ilr Aoclntcil l'rei to the .tiinrnnl.
Siittxnnm.ilMnss.,Juno 21. The city
Is gaily decorated today in honor of
President McKluley's visit. The party
arrived here at UtJIO. They were ac
corded a hearty welcome.
Generals Attend Encampment.
Petoskv, Midi., June 21. Generals
Alger, Wlieeler and Dullicld aro attend
ing tlie annual encampment of the
Michigan G. A. R. now being hold here.
Wasiii.noton, June 21, Commis
sioner Hermann, of tho general laud
olllce in a case involving a homestead
entry has decided that an administrator
of a deceased ontryiiian Is without
authority under the homestead law to
r.llllllllltijll till, lllllri rif flnufiittiilittii
whether authorized to do so by local
courts or not.
r A&5QLV1ELY tl)RE
Makes the food more delicious And wholesome
roth tAnma nwH co.. tw vokk.
In Philippine Islands
Appropriation For the Pur
No French Cabinet YetEngland Pro
viding For Defense and Military
Election Riots in Roumanla.
Ut'CAiiitKST, Juno 21. In n coullict
between feasants and police, arising out
of election riots at Slatln, on tho Aloota
river, ulout 100 miles west of this city,
the troops were called out and llred
uiKin the mob, several jwrsons being
killed and many others wounded.
I.oinsvii.i.i:, Ky., June Juno 21. Tho
Democratic state convention which met
this afternoon promises to be most Inter
esting gathering. Although two of lead
ing candidates for governor. W.J. Stone.
and Win. Ucoolicl, have agreed to com-
Dine forces in an attciiiDttoorimiilzo tlie
liiltKiklltlilti lltik Ittn lit iiiiiii 1.1 mil J iv tn
, u..v w, ..,., 1..V1 iimn innm. in, mi.. i,u ... ,, . , , . ,
lougni out between tnese ueutleinen.ir. . ' "MV,s
Ilr AuMiii'liitcil I'miit to the Jnurnnl.
Rmu.i.v, Juno, 21. lit tho rolchstag
during the discussion on tho subject of
Huron Von lluelnw, tho minister of for
eign affairs defended the ucqisltiou of
the Spanish islands saying tho new po
sessions would prove most valuable com
mercially for German Industry and en
terprise in those regions. The Reich
stag passed it second reading of credit
for tho purchase of the island.
Paiiis, Juno 21. It was announced
lute in the day that Rurgeols had de
clined the task of forming a cabinet.
Manila says Baron Dumaronais, the
Frenchman who went to tho robol camp
to intervene in bohalf of Spanish prli
oners in tho hands of the Filllplnoi,
has been treacherously murdered.
Wam.a Walla, Wash., June 21.-11
vote ot nearly 10 to 1 tho people of
..up w... , u niwiui election votctt to
bond the city for $133,000 to purchase
water works and construct a system of
sowers. Tho contract by which the
council aurecd to nay tho Wnll.. Wi,ii W
Water coinjwny J25O.O00 for its plant
was rntiflptl. Unmlo u.iu i .. 1
against the revenues of tho water sys- 'JS
tern for tho balance of tho purchaBo,,i
ftBfth l ..dh.- VI YV A m . 3
i.nwuiui. lurwjwcrs. r. f, Moroy, of;
Portland, is the prir.cinal stocklmliW.in .
water company. About 1200 votes wcro II
inul llntitltt mirftiul 1... n ....... Af nn. .r
and 101 against
Probably 550,000,000 m Dusf$l
Lonung From the Klondike.
Ilr Aamiclntpd t'reaa to the Journal.
San Fiiascisco, Juno 21. A letter
from Dawson, tinted May 20 cays the
clean-up for the season will umohnt to
nt least 18,000,000 more thnn twice
last yi'iira yield.
umUlcncrnl II. Walt llurdlu.
Tlie following were passengers on the
steamer Altonii Wednesday to Now
berg to attend the Oregon yearly meet
ing of Friends: Mr. ami Mrs. Mark
llloom, Mrs. II. C. Harold, .1. II. Ratty,
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Townseud, Mr. and
Mrs. 1). I). Keolor, Mr. Uhas. llaldwln,
C. K. Plerson, Mr. and Mrs. David S.
Plorson and Mary Mliitnn.
Tho Capital City Camera Club met
last evening with Mr. and Mrs. A. K,
Strang at their home on Asylum Ave
nue. I ho time was chiefly devoted to
printing on Velox ami discussing pro.
cesses of printing. Tho next meeting
will 1st held at tho Cooke Pattou homo
on Court street.
wonder that they are attracting much i James
attention. J II. t. Ciile A Co. Agents,
Wai.lack, Jiiiio2I. Thenttnruoys not
being ready, court adjourned until tomorrow.
The court room was filled last evening
when Jerry D. Oroulu, Joe Kella,
Clcorgo Craddoek, Alexander Wills, Put
rick A. Aduddull, Joseph M Ionian,
A Bright Actress,
Misii Louise Carter, of the Shaw com
uy, being Indisposed last eveniiiu uuil
to play her part of "Mabel
unable to play her part
Armltiige" In "From Sire to Son." Miss
Jennie Kelton took the part on
fifteen minutes notice and made a de
tairs, in tnu iinpiiy camnct will now
probably bo asked to form a mlnlstery.
London, Juno 21. In the house of
commons today tho parliamentary sec
retary of tho war .olllco, Wyndham,
mood a resolution uuthorlring tho in
troduction of a hill providing for a loan
of four million pounds for tho defense
and military works, barracks ami rllle
ranges at homo and abroad.
During his remarks Von Ruelow said:
"Wo hold It our llrstduty to see that
our relations with other (towers aro un
disturbed by new accpilsltlon ami hojie
that our relations with our Immediate
neighbors of tho islands, Americans and
Japanese, will only become more In
timate. Wo have not thought of planing our
selves hi opposition to Ameaicaii in tho
South Pacllle. There Is no reason why
tho powers interested in those regions
should not side by side forward works
of hmico and clvililiutlon,"
Madiiiii, Juno 21. A dispatch from
f "The way to be
i happy is to have a j
s oodlivcrandaood y J
i heart." J
( You look to the 'Ym
) heart ) $
j Pills H
J will take care of the j
CmcAiio, Juno 21. July 74Ji,Csh 2
Han 1'Iiancisco, June, 21. Cash 1.11X
Mr. and Mas. It, Cox anil daughter
were passengers to Iuduoiidunco this
evening via Hoag. Thoy have Iteon
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Con
over. Mrs. K. M. Waito, who has Iteon
steiiding several mouths visiting rela
tives in Bjtokauo, Klleusbiirg ami Port
laud, returned home this morning.
Win, Her, the Ruttovillu hop grower, grand jury
was in the city today. Ho report no
fruit in this section but grain and hops
nru looking well.
Mesirs. Johnson and Wilkiiis, mom
burs of the state board of agriculture,
aro in the city to attuned a incutiug of
Mrs. M. Hadley, returned from a short
visit to Portland bringing with her her
sister Miss Julia O ravel, of Portland,
Prof. J. J, Krajw has beon elected
principal of the Sheridan schools, lit
is a eoiiMoieutlou toucher.
Rornard Wosthoff, of Miiltnomab
county, was today sent to the asylum.
Hon. James Taylor, of Stay ton, a Pop
ulist war horse, was in town today.
Mrs. F. I Kauvain visited her son
Sam and family today at Dallas.
M If s Charlotte Hulluiihrand wont to
Portland today for a wwk's visit.
Wm. Kwing, came up from Portland
for a few days visit with friends
Mrs. T. Pattorwtii was a paxonr for
Induiioiidencv this afturuoon.
Dr. Driver and IUA Thomitson wtml
to Portlaiul this sftornoon.
County AsflOMHir Ilolxirt is in Wood
bMrn on olllvial IniHln.
J. M. Itwrmjd, tli greaw, k in
Cozzagllo and Paul Corcoran
were arranged. Separate indict incuts
Were read, charging them mill the
murner of James Cheyno. the Hunker
Hill man killed on tho day of the riot,
and on Indictments charging tliem with
tho murder of Joseph Schmidt, the
nilnur who was killed the same time.
Next came tlie reading of the blanket
indictment, charging them witli iimou
in burning tho Hunker Hill Itourditig
house, and another charging conspiracy
to Intimidate tho employes of the
Hunker Hill and frightoii them into
quitting work. The indictments showed
that 47 wituosses were examined by the
This list added materially
to the time required for reading the ui-
WANTKI). Roy to learn machinist
trade at Dupot machine shops, Salem.
Apply to Marion Klghtliuger. f) 21 '.It
Wc Place Before You
A eholae Hue of summer
Tho articles bu-.o Iteon solMtcil with
groat care uu t represeiit some of tho
latost and most unliitio ilosigiis of
tho Kouson. And they are by no
tnwuuf duuMMlent on their appear
and for their uttractivonoiw. The
hfeh utamlard of quality and low
prww will ertlnly prove a sir on
hftfiit In tfittlr favor
Tho. Kayrotrne,lto.layfr.nW.f-!BARR'S JEWELRY STORE,
loo- 110 STATU BTRDBT.
I Jos. Meyers & Sons,
I Salem's Greatest Store.
vs!w s 111 if )
trimmed; constructed to
shows ii n
copy of tho
35c. and 50c.
fcT . "at
vrimmca; constructcil to glvo a in6
graceful ofTeot; Hki, JH to 30; u splon
uhl tuple; vulcu
S White and Colored Parasols
Tho daintiest creations Immagluuhls
see tho now bmtutlus.
51.25 to $5.
Man Tailored Suits
Thu choice now tans and nun blues
a flno lot Just In.
512,50 to 518.50
. umiitllul now
UtvomlurstrlpuM, tho yard
striiH-d nlniift in u
nleo quality. Pink, llglu bhitt and
in the inters
est of our
New and nobby sohU In nil colors.
10c. to 52.50.
New Crash Hats
New White and Grey
25c, to 51.25.
Boys' and Girls' Sailors
A tine asHortmeiitof plain and fjuey
Duck uiid crash ut a grand array
of MNiHouublQ goods.
Waists, Ties, Sweaters, etc,
Pique and Madras
Summer fiiur-lU'haiidAvery latt)
NHW 0ASII AND CQVmvv SKOtTS IN TOIQllRQW.
278-280 Commercial St. The Old White Corner.
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