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SALEM, OREGON TUESDAY; ATJGrTJST 22 1899.
Salem woolen imi
Heme Made Goods
house for religious purposes must apply
(or permission, furnishing tho following
Specials: A very select
line of Boy's Knee Pant Suits
of our own goods made up in
luuiif l L - i u f- r" i I - .
vmm nnvi .. I,ie irgest assortment of
Alens Pants: Regular sizes,
All sizes of Boy's Black Hose, extra sizes and extra longs.
the very best to be had: Ask No matter what size you call
for them. for we have them. A special
1llO finaH Htm nf ""..ok LI.. J...
V "I11.01 IUH. Ul V I, ID 1 1 llilli
for Men and Bovs to be
But Pood Supply
in Patterns and
Noncombatants Enforced to
Work For Filipinos,
Whv such build I ni? Is
unto wnon tho uutlillm; will bo com-
Dieted ; thu nnnio of tho building, whore
located and nil necessary information
relating to tho site and structure, and
also tho plan of tho edifice ; tho nnmo of
the religion, its method of control and
maintenance; when thuro is n chief
preacher, his qualifications and tho
memou ot nts election. If the building
is not completed within thu time stated
by tho applicant, tho permit will be
null und void.
MJOOUEfl Mttih STORt
McArthur Establishing Municipal Gov
ernment in Villages.
Upon looking around
Found it to be a fact that
$3,50 shoes are equal to any
$4 shoe to be found in Salem
Call and see them at
275 Commercial St.
In the Shoe Business
Wc propose to continue our Big Sale right on
through the Fall season and will put all our inv
mense Fall and Winter Stock, including a full
line of Rubber Goods on Sale Sept. 1st,
A big cut on every shoe in the store.
SALEM SHOE STORE
R. H. Leabo, Manager.
88 State St. Ladd & lhHi Hank Hidjj.
New Attractions each Week.
This week wo aro olTerlne ENAMELED IRON BEDSTEADS
rliiTnr.it. Mlze9 beautifully finished and mounted, one of which
make your sleeping room look cozy and cool. " "
In our rooms you will find the furniture necessary to completly furn
ish your heme nnd only needs to be seen to be appreciated, Our
prices will prnyo satisfactory. Wo hope to have you come and look
over our stock at your earliest convenience.
F. W. Hollis & Company
Ur Aaaoclntert I'reaa to the Journnl.
Manila, Aug. 10 via Hong, Hong Aug.
22. Filipino rebels appear to retain
much more righting spirit than might
ho expected nfter their recent San Tor
nado experiences and Lawtons drub
bings in the south. After giving up
San Fernando with a feeble struggle
they entrenched at Angeles', working
for several days, and impressing tho
noncombatants into tho work thin
saving the armed men for lighting.
In a brush between the Filipinos and
tho Americans during three days tho
Americans lost several men, while tho
Filipino loss was very heavy.
Of those operations tho associated
press correspondent was permitted to
send only inadequate dispatches, dic
tated vorbatom, by Gen. Otis' censor
who writes only stereotyped olllcial
phrases and adjectives into tho dis
patches, tending to magnify American
oorntlons and minimize tho opposition.
All roiwrts from territory agree that
thu scarcity of food is increasing and
tho rolwl commanders at A party and
other points have rofuscd to obey Ag
uhuddo's orders in legard to closing tho
tKirta liuld by tho rebels against Amer
Hundreds of people come into Manila
daily and return to the rebel linos with
food nnd other commodities. Guards
(stationed along tho road roK)rted that
5000 porHons passed through the lines in
three days ond that Ifi tons of rice wore
curried out in small parcels on tho same
road in ten days.
Much of this undoubtedly goes to aid
the rebels, but tho authorities permit
tiie tralllc from motives of charity to
wards tho women und children who are
undoubtedly suffering. Gen. MaeArlhur
is establishing municipal government in
tho villages north of Manila.
Tho mayor of Rulluug, tho ilrst town
where Law ton established thu same
ruio, who was supposed to lw one of the
most friendly ami trustworty natives
lias been placed in jail charged with ar
ranging witli the rebels for an attack
on the town.
It is alleged that more than half of
tho Howitzer ammunition used during
tho light at Angeles was defective and
failed to explode.
American Soldiers Drowned.
Manila, Aug. 22. While a reconnoi
torlng party of tho Twenty-fourth in
fantry, under Captain Crane, was cross
ing the Mariiiuina rivor on a raft the
haweor8 broke. Tho current, vory
swift at that point, caused tho raft to
capsize, drowning nine enlisted men.
The United Statos transport Turtar,
from San Francisco July 21, with Gen
eral Joseph Wheeler and his daughter,
troops of tho Nineteenth infantry and
more than fl, 300,030 in coin, has ar
rived. Dewey In France.
Villk, Franco, Aug. Tho cruiser
Olympia arrived this morning. Tho
usual salutes wore exchanged.
Washington, Aug, 22. Otis caplod
thu war department a long list of names
of inon wounded In thu rccunt engage
ments in tho Philippines. Tito list show
Corporal Otis, L. Denny, Co. K, First
Washington, soverly wounded In tho
chest August 18, near Son 1'odro Mocatl.
ENTERTAINS THE RUSSIANS.
TWO VOLUNTEERS EMPLOYED
The Salem Fire Department Fills Two
Vacancies With Soldiers.
Tho city administration seems to bo
friendly to tho returned volunteers,
having given two of them places today,
as follews: 0. J. Hull will go on duty
as hoseman to succeed I'etor Grebor,
who has been promoted to tho position
of hose driver to succeed Frank King,
resigned, nnd Titos. Townsend takes the
place of Will Lnndon, hoseman, who
has enlisted for tho Philippines.
In Court to Defend
The Victor Fire.
II r Aaaoclntcil Preaa to the Jaurnnl.
VicToit, Colo., Aug, 22. Tho total
number of buildings destroyed by llro
yesterday, is 800. Tho total los is cstl
mated nt from $1,000,000 to 2,(500,000
Insurance from $100,000 tofSOO.OOO.
Sent to Him.
Bath Loaded With Gun Cotton-Other
General Hale and Prince Kaw
THE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF MUSIC.
rjPiano, Violin. SEVEMUCT-CLASS TEICIIEBSSEYES
Sill'ior, IltStorV. (Mr. LaRoy L. liewier has lwoii
HariH0Dyt UnottrptlDt. violfn Department.) Send for
TllWrV, CompOSitiOO. Circular or Catalogue, to
FRANCESCO SELEY, Dean, Salem, Or,
Howard Gould and Wife
'Moscow, Aug. 22. Mr.;and Mrs. How
art! Gould, with Tinted Statu Consul
General Winsluw, ot Stockholm, as tnoir
viiMit. vinltwl St. Petersburg this week
on Mr. Gould's yacht Niagara. Thu
party entertained while at St. Petorsbrg
thu Grand Puke Alexis, uncle of thu
and commandur-iu-clilul oi tno
lljr Aaaoclntcil lreaa to the Jonrnnl.
San Francisco, Aug. 22. Steamer
Doric arrived today from China snd
Japan via Honolulu. Among tho pass
oncers woro General Irving Halo and
I'riucoKawananakca, of Japan.
Thu Hawaiian government lias given
consent to tho importation of nearly ten
thousand laborers from Japan during
the next quarter.
Thu steamship City of Columbia, has
been abandoned at sea. in a waterlogged
condition and her crew, thirty-eight
men, are now in Honolulu.
LcimI Execution in the Klondike
Hkattlk, Aug. 22. Passengers of the
steamer City of Topuko, which arrived
last night from Hkagway, Alaska, bring
news of the Ilrst legal execution in tho
A triple hanging occured at Dawson
Auguss 1. The parlies hanged were two
Indians, Dawson Nantuok, Jim Nun
tuck, and one wliltu man, Kdward
Henderson was conviutod.of murder
ing his partner, nunied'Potorson, on the
trail near .Marsh laKo, in Bopioinnor.
1807. Tho Indiana were convicted of
murdering William Malum and Injuring
his partner. James Fox, on the McCilu
toek river, In May 181)8.
There were originally four Indians im
plicated in the murder of Malum, but
two of them died in jail at Dawson hist
full. The execution was private and
passed off without siieciul incident.
To Meet On Same Date Diyan Is a Del-Bate.
Omaha, Aug. 22. Tho .state
tlons of the IXjinocrats,
in this oltv todav
tiou candidates for justice of the
Cor. State and Liberty Sis. Salem, Ore.
air ana rommaiHier-in-ciuoi "
ItiiMrian navy. Admiral Schilling and
Captain Niloff and Captain Fouroff, ae
eoinjwnied by the Cnlted State Ambas
sador Charlemagne tower. Tha jmrty
remained on the yacht an lionr. Tho
grand duko uxprum! astonishments, at
Die oomnletene of thu yacht and th
comfort of iU apiiointmentti. I he Ni
agara has returned to Stoekltolm, ami
will go then to Mm.
Japan Will Place All Sects Under Control
Ciiicam, Ag. 8. A feiul to th
T1mHaW front SaUl. Vt'wtU.,
Japan's nw law regNlatiHt: all faiths
ami bulMs" lw mm into flt awl
mush etuntNt has urUmx in bowk
juftnee. A copy of tlte regulation has
potHi rwived at tha Jbhim eNitlat
:. Awording to it all mn, igin
or Christian, ara Aaaml uwlar tlw abso
lute oontrol of a local govarnor. Witlt
nut liU onnitiu ovan a elmreJi can
not be built or MUg hkl. Tlta rag
Hkttlons avan no so far as to demand da-
Utllad iHtormatlwi ramming tna pawor.
lUfaru ooiuuMtHciMs! ralusktwc work.
NroiMHatora of a faiUt must go Uoratlta
MMnxor wiLk all dttaik. Tlw erltama
kith hum ba fully axplainad. cimrch
AixiiHa aoeoHHtad tor, and tha irsonal
ami ralkekwtt Uktory of tha awtfettMl,
IHraadkar and HHtmbara oNtHmal m
wrUtoft. Tba ordar furthar Ue9t Vmt
all wlio dcaira to eatabtiali ur kuikl a
tPiiipi-. churrti, itawliinic or Wlura-
of Nebraska met
to place in nouiiua-
iremo court and two memlMirs of the
board of regents of the statu univorsit;
There will Imi a stromr attemiit mat!
to fuse tho three parties on all the Herni
ations, with a good prospect of succoss.
Colonel W. J. Jlryitn is a dolegato to
tho Democratic convention and it is rea
sonably safe to predict that his wislios
will govern tho action of that lody.
This moans that fusion will bo a go, and
that the platform will doolaru for free
On the question of the Philippines, tho
platform will in all probability, declaro
against expansion and criticise tho ad
ministration for Its conduct of the war.
Use Allen's Foot-Ease in Your Gloves .
A lady writes: "I shako Allen's
Koot-lOaso Into my gloves and rub a
little on my hands, it saves my glove
by absorbing perspiration. It Is u
most dainty toilet powder." Allen's
Foot-Ease makos tight or new shoos
oasy. Always use it, to urea in ww
Shoos. It keens the feet cool and
comfortable, wo Invite tho attention
of physicians and nurwoa to tho ab
woluto purity of Allcn'B Fuot-haso.
All drug und shoo stores sell It, 25c.
Sample sent FKEE. Addross Allen
8. Olmsted. Lo Uov, N. Y, 1
II r Aaaoclntcil I'rraa to the JnurnnL
Hknnks, Aug. 22.- N. Ijibori apeand
in court this morning and was congratu
lated by President Jouanstc, Iiborl re
pliel in an eloquent speech. His reply
to tho president coiisidombly fa
tlgucd him and lie sat down Hushed
and holding his side. Ho afterward once
or twice nervously twitched his lingers
as though he was suffering.
The Ilrst witness was M. Gronior, tho
former prefect of Ihtlfort. His testi
mony was favorable to Dreyfus nnd dis
tinctly hostilo to Ksterhaxy.
Major ltollin of tho intelligence de
partment was asked by Iibori during
tho formor's testimony now certain doc
uments of u later dato than Morciurs
ministry come into Morclors possession.
Kollln said that was not his business
to explain. Finally Idibori asked Jou
nnste to ropiest Mercier to uxplain.
Tho General declined to answer, Lnbori
insisted but Mercier still refused to an
swer. Labor! then declared ho would reserve
to himself thu right to take tho neces
sary measures to obtain tho desired in
formation. Kknniw. A nit. 22. Ijiborl lust eveniinr
receivii I two mysterious parcels IhiIIuvoiI
v Absolutely fojBE
Mokes the food more delicious and wholesome
otu iuiwa wwtpm eo., Kfw tokk.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Salem Y. M. C, A, Holds Its Annual
Meeting and Docs Business.
A meeting of tho board of directors of
tho Young Men's Christian association
was hold in tho association parlors last
evening. Those presont wore: N, J
Damon, C.J. Atwood, Dr. K. M. Hurd,
John II. Scott, C. P. Ulshop, J. I. Fos-
tor, Joseph H. Albort, W. T. Itlgdon and
F. A. Wiggins.
An election of tho olllcers of tho board
was hold. F. A. Wicains bolnir elected
as president ; C. P. Bishop, vice presi
dent j A. T. Gilbert, treasurer! 0. J.
Atwood, recording secretary. Plans
woro formed for tho fall and winter in
tho physical and educational depart
ment. It was decided to call to Uils
Held a trained and oxDorlonccd mini
with tho ability to do tho highest class
of physical work, and with the help of)
an eiucieui assistant till tno olllco of
general secretary. The work of tho
association will lie pushed along new
and up to dato Hues.
To Submit to England's Demand.
to Ikj infernal machine,
The police it it
nut telegraphs that infernal
sent Ijdxirl been found
tilled with gun
Famine on East Coast of Africa.
I.onion, Aug. 22. Tho Church Mis
sionary Society has just received n re
port stating that -10,000 persons have
died tif famine on the east coast of
Attack M. Guerin's Home.
Losiion, Aug. 22. Tho Dally Chroni
cle publishes tho following from its
A detachment of infantry hart hist
commenced an attack upon M. Guerin's
house, which is likely to lead to blood
shed Iniforo morning.
Nolody is allowed to approach the
scone, and the cavalry charges aro need
Aiti.lton, Wis. Aug. 22. A Imller ex
exploded at tho Planing Mill today, kill
ing two men and seriously Injuring
Maine, Aug. 22. Tho rosig-
II. Reed as congress
man for tho lirst Maine district was re
ceived by Governor Powers today. The
Governor accepted the resignation,
whlch.takps effect September, liOth 2:10
nation oil nomas
Miss Olllo RolRirtnon, of
force, returned today from
Her Home near turner.
Mr, and Mrs, J. Q. Wilson and
A. A. Wheeler aro spending thu
noon nt Cliemuwu.
Mrs. Frankio Cornell, matron at thu
asylum, returned today from Newport.
MrM. Lyman Savago and daughter re
turned today from Newxirt.
Squire Purrar Is homo from Heal ItockN.
By Tramps and Bodies Thrown
Under the Cars.
Ur Aaaoclntcil lrraa to tlir Journnl.
Maiisiialltown, la., Aug. 22.Three
tramps stealing a ride on a Chicago nnd
Groat Western freight train shot and
killed brakenuin Wilson and Conductor
Mathews and threw their bodies under
the wheels, The murderers escaped but
an armed posse has started in pursuit.
Prisoner's Plan to Escape,
ClIlCAun. Allir. 22. Hidden In tlm
clothing of one of tho prisoner) at tho
l'orl Sheridan iniiird house vitstenlav.
was found the kev to the nost mairaxinn.
On other prisoners the oillcoro Investi
gating a supposed jail delivery plot, dls.
covered razors, knives, powder und
cartridges. Further examination hv
Captain II, I). Houghton, of tho Fiftli
artillery, and Lieutenant Macoch. dis
closed thu fact that the three unrieht
bars In tho window of the guanlho'isu
had been sawed through, the tvu bur
ir.outal bars lteiug sawed until the exert
ing of u little strength would break
them. Then 42 prisoners in thu guard
house would have found it an easy mat
tor to obtain thulr lilsirty.
The olllcers are satisllcd hut for the
ohcuim of Private Miller on Saturday,
the plot to free tho men would have
In-en put into execution that night. It
Is BiipiKwed the prisoners wimrud tho
inagaxiuo key In tho hope thst the
guards might ho deprived of ammuiii
tiou, When tho cartridges found on
the prisoners were examined, it was
found that tho powder had Imjcii re
moved from four of them and knife
blades had lieen inserted In tho land.
The catrldges resembled tho ordinary
article on tho outside. Tim lead evi
dently had been mulled and the knife
blades soldered in.
Tho sergeant who commanded the
guard over the prison has Itcon placed
under arrest, but he is not believed to
have been implicated In the plot. Sen
tinel Stuico also has leen placed under
arrest, and it is probable that he will he
puiiisiiiHi lor orinittlug .illller to oh-
Political Patties Convcno to Nominate
Omaha, Aug. 22. Three conventions,
Democratic, Populist and Fusion were
culled to order this afternoon. In thu
Democratic convention W, Y. Thomp
son, national eommlttoemun for Ne
braska was named temporary chairman,
Tho Populist und Froo-sllver Repub
lican conventions were a little slower in
gottlng together. Indlmitlons Hlnt to
the nomination of ox-govarnor Holcomh
as candidate for supremo judge by thu
Ilr Aaaiiclntnl I'rraa to the Jnnrnnl.
London-, Aug. 22. President Krugor
has refused to submit to tho demand of
.Mr. Chamberlain for tho appointment
of a court of inquiry. Ho mnv have
done bo diplomatically or hwlgingly.
Uut, that his answer is regarded by tho
Hrltlsh government as tantamount to
positive refusal, in now nn established
Tho colonial ofllco is noncommittal,
but there nro other ovidonces which
amply justify the Btatomont. Tho re
port that President Krugor has proposed
now terms is somewhat verllled hv tlm
guarded comment of tho colonial nillni
oIlicialB, and tho irritability displayed
there, There Is-not tho slig'litest doubt
that they now heliovu war is tho only
way to settle the controversy.
'I hey would far rather have had a
curt, defiant answer than tho temimr
Uing answer which tho Poor president
has sent. Willi the former Great Hrlt
niu would have plain grounds fur a quick
commencement of hostilities.
Under tho circumstances, which it is
believed now exist, aggressive action
needs considerable explanation to justify
it in tho eyes of tho world nnd tho Eng
lish majority who still declaro war would
be an outrage.
However, if Mr. Clmmberlln has lilu
way, It is lwllovcd President Krugor's
couutur-proiosnls will meet with Bcant
attention, and unless tho Doors com
pletely back down, which is not likely,
the crises will quickly develop into war.
It has dovolnimd that the war olllco
has boon, aware of thu imturo of tl o
Transvaal government's answur for sev
eral days nnd that it was communicated
to the war olllce, hence it is probable
that Great Hrltnhi will delay denounce
ment us little as Dosslblo.
A high olllcial expressed to the repre
seutatalivo of the Associated Press his
disgust at what ho termed "Kruger'H
cupidity und hypocrisy." Ho said :
The kind of game which Krugor is
playing must be clear to Americans.
Thu protestations of tho Poors that thoy
wish to llvo a quiet agricultural life,
may bo tho tune of some of tho Veldut,
hut tho gang in Pretoria is simply after
Though President Krugor says many
harsh things to the Ultlaudms, he never
hesitated to make money out of them,
either by fair or foul means.
"ThoTruiiHsiud question cannot Ikj
Judged by recent occurences. You
must go liack W) years."
A special iIohimU'Ii from Capo Town
says thuro Is great daugerof an outbreak
of violence on tho frontier, and that the
scum of Koutli Africa is enlisting
through the colony, mid Is being mint
to Pitsauia ami Jameson, on the bonier.
You had ought to go to Hills tt KIiiu'h
And gut some of those Chocolate Oroams
And Honbons that thoy maku
Would maku you feel as if you had a
Wo have tallies, tno, am) popormint
With a good many other things that
will suit you
They are so nice and cheap in price
That thu hIzo of your purse "uuts no Ice."
Wo have fifty pieces of goods that are
Koine are soft and some that will chew
While tho names of somo 1 cannot con
strue Hut that makes no difference to tno or
KLLIH A 'INN
8am Fhanoisco, Aug. 22. Cash
Jluy while .
los. Meyers & son
C SALEM'S GREATEST STORE
(5reat Sale of
A Pain In the Eye
May a eail by an wvident or It may
lw a warning tlu ijlare iuwry.
TW should I obtained at .
Th tlMlr ww may I only twiiporary .
Ngl.td, tlM wght way be imrmanwttly
iHjSrwl. Ih mihcUo with ear
W Uw Um faciUty lor tasting th
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Remember our buyers will soon be home and we want
you to have these goods before they arrive
The line comprises the very latest styles in Taffetas, Satin
Duchess Corded Silks trimmed in velvet ribbon, Japanese waters
proof, GrosGrain, Peaudesoic, India Ik etc.
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