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niiin quality and low price.
SALEM, OREGON SATURDAY SEPTEMBEK JG 1899.
DID YOU EVER THINK
Wlmt It costs you (or n few days nccomoilatloii nt n credit
storo? It's no accomodation. You pay an onoriiioun interest.
Tho Interest is concealed In the prices but it' tliere.
f THE NEW YORK RACKET.
Mind of self preservation. It Is an ab
normal development of ninn's desiro to
protect iiunecil. "Another thing that
to my judgment has aided monopoly
s high tariff. I believe tho high tariff
ins aided trusts to collect, hut I do not
bellovo you could destroy all trusts by
putting all trust-Hindu nrticlca on tho
free list "
Speaking of tho
Is a Rtrlctly one-priced cash store. You don't pay your neigh
iKirs' debts when you deal with them. lntcst jiossiblc prices
SHOES, CLOTHING, HOSIERY,
Underwear, hats, shirts, overalls, gloves, ladles' and gents' furii-
Ishlng good1!, notions.
The, vput audi plan means low prices.
E. T. BARNES, Prop.
Salem's Cheapest One-Price Cash Store,
Cor. Commercial and Chemeketa Sts.
Democrats Will Hold
trusts Uryau said: "In the llrst place
every stato has or should have tho right
to create any private corpomtlon which
i- i ,.. .- .. .. . ..
isiuiiuiicivo to tin woltiiro oi tlio iho
plo of that staf. If they creato a cor
lHiration and it becomes destructive to
their best Interests they can destroy
"In the second place a stato has or
SllOUM liaVO therMlt tnnrrvlilMt nr... f-
..t,... ...i '.yji. .: vr. ."."' ".-
N,,,n.mruniuuii iroiu tioinc uusmess in
tho Statu mill it nllL'lit In linn 1 1... tl.t
Iiniwso such restrictions and limitations
ne mi..... n . . ns people of thestate ,,,ny ,,li,lk ""-wssurv
ui riieir uwnUDDOsnnn miTJLiz Km.H
A x- ,... v v . i,(j(UVCO 111
The Day at the Chicago Meeting
Spent in Harmcnizing.
Ilr A..oclnnl IT,.. ,le j,nrnnI,
Ciiii'Atio, Sept. KI.-Tho Chroncle
One of tho Iminedlnlu n-sults of the
trust conference will bo tho on-aiilzn-
movement under Democratic
tiou of a
llbUJLb are not looking lor Shoes boujiht 10 or 12
117 years ago, but want high grade goods, late and up-to-
date and can always find them at our store. We do
not advertise Hanan & Son Shoes at 52.50 a pair, bought ten
or twelve years ago - we let the Jay Shoe Store do that while
we shall continue to conduct a first-class store as always
before, and give our customers the latest styles and lowest
275 Commercial St. Salem, Oregon.
Estimates furnished, and work done 'promptly, substantially
and at honest prices.
Fruit and Hop Dryer work a specialty.
T. S. BURROUGHS, 102 Stato St, Phono I5II
aiispices to call an anti-trust conferenci'
in i. iiicngo or Cincinnati about Oetolier.
Col. Ilryau la said to havo given It his
approval. Tho Democratic meiiilwra of
the conference wero In favor of It almost
to a man.
Tho southern delegates, esiectally
roii t exits, pointed out to Itryun, the
political advantages that will occur to
iiiu irviiiitrriiiin imrri ir it
could contrive to hold such a meeting.
I ho effect upon tho campaigns ponding
would bo good for It would serve to
.iTO mo mriy in uirect and unoqii vo
cal opposition to trusts.
CiiiiMuo, Sept. K).-The civic fodera
tiou triiHtconferencowas nddrotwed to
day by Col. W. J. iirymi, T)l0 Im wn8
packet in anticipation of Ilryim's reply
tn Coekrun on tho trust tpiestlon.
wild : '
'Tlio Trust iiuestlon had grown in In.
M)rtance. Within tho past two years
mofe trusts have been oiganiied, when
no 'io to consider capltaliMtlon and
thuuuignitiidoof intfiests Involved, than
wvto organized in all tho previous history
( 0ur eountry and tho people are now
fllC0 to face with this itustluu. 'Is the
trust b.owting or ncurn' 'Ifacune
Wliat'Hslv can Iw applied to euro tho
curse. 1 want to start with tho de
claration that monoKily In private
hands Is indefensible from any stand.
Hiliit anil is intolerable.
Tho entire defense of trusts rests upon
the money argument. If trusts u III hull
an article for dollar loss thautho article
w ill cost under other conditions, then,
in the opinion of some, that proves tho
trust to Ik) a good thing. In tho llrst
iu;'. I deny that under mononolv tho
privo will bo rcdiircd. In tho second
jilnce. If iimler inonojsly tho price is re
duoed, theobJeotlniiH to mouooly from
other stand K)liits far outweigh the
11 naiiciul advantage that the trust would
"What is tlio llrst thing to be expect
ed of a trustn'hatlt will cut down ox-
iwiiffti. What is tho swoiid? That It
wlllrniso iiricos. Wo have not had In
this country vet a tatto of comih)te
trust, complete inonuitoly, and wo can
not toll what will bo tho result of a
complete monoioIy by looking at results
that have followed tho attempt toncemm
mimixly, Ikk'uuho the mouoHtly has
lioeii lowering iiricos in order to rid it
soil of uouietitors. Hut when it has
lid itsoll of iiimK)titors, what If going to
bo tho result?"
"All you havo to know Is human na
ture, (iod made men sollisli. Set llsh
nes Is merely the outgrnw th of the In-
Ntlltt. 1 lutlillf.l ltnt l.t ...I
(illt ion to stato remedy, there must Iks
Case Appointed Major.
Gov. Ceer today received tho follow
I ig telegram from Washington, which
Your telegram of Septemlier M, re
commending dipt. It. K. Davis for np
isilntment as captain in tho volunteers,
vice Case declined, has K-eu received.
An order issued today for tho appoint
ment of .1. F. Case as major of volun-
nvir.iiiiuuuimm' ims will leave no
vacancy irom your slate.
II. 0. Counts-,
1 ho Oregon City Locks.
roiiTLANii, Sept. 1(1. A meetlngoftho
Unlteil States engineers will bo held In
Portland on Monday, to consider tho
iiuestlou of condemning tho canal and
locks at Oregon City, and purchasing
them for tho United States government.
No Sunday ahavinp,
Tho statement that tho barber shops
of Salem would bo kept ojkmi tomorrow,
Sunday, turns out to havo been a mis
take. The shos will bo closed. This
Is on authority of .las. Wllson.of Wilson
A ltyan, who ought to known.
Stato Fair Opens With
Hall Game, Races and livening
Ruren & MMU "tr
U'IClS ) x HOUSE FURNISHERS x MUm
With bent glass fronts
and sides are among
the latest pieces of
fancy furniture receive
ed by us. Our line of
are the best values
we have ever shown.
It will pay you to see
our assortment before
A few thoughts on the wheel!
Will bring to
mind the neces
sity of having
a good, clear
headlight o n
your bicycle. It
will be cheaper
to invest 90c in
one of our nick
el lanterns than
to pay a fine of
two dollars and fifty cents for riding in the
("URPICTURE FRAMER is rushed with orders for fair frames, but is still
"'able to make more, Remember, our framing is done in only
firstclass style and our pricc3 are lower than elsiwherr.
Now is the time to investigate
Our stock is full on all widths
and qualities, from 50c up.
Tho llrst day of the fair Is passing off
with a fair atteudeuro, considering tho
f act that this is tho busiest m-asoii that
has been seen In Oregon for several
It Is to bo greatly regretted that tho
harvesting and hoppicklng season hat
been delayed this year just long enough
til interfere with the stato fair. Had the
crops Ih'oii gathered a couple of weeks
sooner the attendance would undoubt
edly havo been tho largest in tho decade.
Kveryono will havo u little money to
spend on tho fair after tho fair Is over.
Tho exhibit this year Is on tho whole,
up to tho standard, and in some ro
sjtects forgo ahead.
Ah In always Miuwimi, tho llrst day of
the fair, many exhibits havo only teen
completed today, and lomo still lack tho
Tho art room, in partluuhir, Is late in
reaching Mtrfttct order.
The display of (lowers ami ornamental
plants at the south mid of the pavillion
Is brilliant and extwnslvo.
11m avilioti is, as usual, in charge of
V. II. Havagx, and ho Ik assisted by
Mrs. W. T. Hll, Mm. II. W. Bavngo
and Henry HIioeiMukwr.
Out) rtMixt't In which tho exhibition
will layover anything ovttr i-wiion thot
grounds Is in tho shmI program. While
it Is not jKtsitively known that many rec
ords will 1m smashed, yt th races will
Im of much gruutnr interest tlntn usual
from tht) greator nii'-ilxir of horsus oon
Utstlug, ami tho elemmit of uncertainty
arising from the fact that a great iiiiin
br of thttM) iMrwM are unkiHiwii Imre.
All availaUtt racing stalls areoccuplwl
ami tltat part of tlu) grtMiitd pnwiiti u
ikhim of activity throtigliout the day
from early morning until late at night.
In the stock UHirtiiitiut the stall art
all full, sImhp and ifiMte Ixdng rUcii
larlv well rt)prtMHitil.
There will m a eutMHt by I'ttrtrfms'
oreiitntra in the iiavillon, and tl IU1
lustratetl songs, nvltatlons and lectures.
Theso peoplo nctnl no Introduction or
recommendation. They captured tho
enthusiastic approval of tho Visitors to
tho fair last year. When a crowd of
peoplo stand around out of doom In tho
rain for an hour, as they did last year,
waiting for a short entertainment to
resume, when interrupted by the rain.
It shows that the said entertainment Is
away abovo the nverago.
Tho program this oveulng will bo
Illustrated story "A Little. Shoo"
Holen Lamar. Illustrated Song "My
Little Georgia Hoso" Charles II.
Whiting. Illustrated talk "A Trip
Across tho Contliunt,,lMwaril 8lileM.
KNTIUKS 1X111 TOIHY'h ltAOKS.
Tho entries for today's races arc In
part as follews:
2!l8pace, purso $100. Win. Frailer,
1'ortlrtnd, Klttlas ltange, b. g., John
kostetter, Seattle, Attn Doll, b. in., M.
0. Dammoler, Portland, Grade P., b.
in., J. M. Church, LaOrando. Kstella.
eli. m., A. llacklemnn, Albany, John
A. Crawford, b. s., Fashion Stable, Van
couver, II. 0., ikirnitclo, cli. ., M. H.
Kon, Vancouver, 11. 0., Cnrrlo S b.ui.,
ChrU. Simpson, Pendleton, Alta Norte,
hr. in., A. W. Tumor, l).tveiiHirt, Wn.,
Littlol'lllyj T. I). Condon, Portland,
L'i.'U trot, purse fllOO. L. .limner
man, Portland, Mollriiir, l. g.; Frank
Schra.ler, Portland, Add Mam, by
Adirondack; W. G. F.aton, Portland,
Itoadltoy, b. g.;G. A. Kellp, Dayton,
Wn., Anrelln, b. in.; F! P. Norton,
Marshlleld, Phil N., b. g by ltouuer
N. 11.; IaswU Chfld, SKikanti, Greyllng,
K. g.; "Tickets." "Lyla," "Juniper,"
"Mark Hanna," "Dot;. Ilunnell," and
"Oveta," haqu been scratched for this
ntco aftor entry.
Till' 11 A I.I, IIAMK.
Tho baseball game Mweou tho Clio
mawas and thu Woodburn team was it
little Into In starting but was hotly con
tested, resulting in a scoro of 1H to 11 In
favor of Woodburn. Tho lino up was as
Orange Free State
Tliere Will Bo War Unless Emrland
Makes tlio food more delicious and wholesome
OT1 , fOttt CO., Ktw W.
FinE AT LINCOLN.
There will bo another game U'lwitm
these two nines on Monday, and Tues
day tho Foresters and Hod Men will
play tho llnal gumo of thuir series.
The balloon irt of the program will
fail tomaterlallro, as tho uerouaut and
I'lparaphcrnaliatook passage on tho
morning Itoat for Portland, having
faileil to mako satisfactory arrangements
with thu managers of tho fair.
They will Imi no horso racing on Sun
day. Otherwise everything will run as
on weekdays, and tho Shields comiutny
and Parson's orchestra will uivn an en
tertainment and concert at tho pavilion rnnr1e
Tomtit on Table at Flagg's restau
rant, State Fair Grounds. fl.OO to
I.W) Kiriliiy. Applv at restaurant.
Th only place In tho city where oys.
slers a ro scried friM.li from the mIhII.
txsikol in any style, is at Strong's nstni.
Mr Ai.oclnlr.l lraa to (lie Jiiurunl.
U.M-K Tows, Sept. 111. Further telo-gr-ima
from Pretoria ttslay conll rut the
forecast of the reply of tho Transvaal
to Great llrltitln, which does not umipt
thotleinaiidsoftlio llrlttsh goieriinient
nsiwlmlo. Great oxcltoment prtivulls
at Pretoria over the consequences which
may ensue. Young Boers aro asking to
Ik) led Into tho Held Immediately.
London, Sept. Kl.-Indlcatlons from
all sources iolnt to tho oxtremo gravity
of tho Transvaal situation. Pretoria ad
vices oiiiiumtlng from u Iloer source say
iiiiuuiu iransvaii reply Is iiiicdiupro-
mising mill tu) preiaratlon for a
staunch roslslance Is proceeding contlii
uuusly. Another Pretoria KH)lal dated
September 15 says that the situa
tion Is now regarded as all hut hooloss,
unless Great llrltiilu retreats from her
her H)sltlon. It Is now definitely stated
that tho Orange Fico Stale hits agreed
to unite with tho Transvaal In resisting
the Itrltlsh claims. Of all the Humorous
channels through which tint South Afri
can news reaches luuloii, not one gives
falntost hope that tho lloor reply
Iki favorable, tho majority taking
tho view that war Is extremely proba-hie.
of North uniberlrtiiil fuslloors.lOOO strong
mid a detachment of tho army service
corps and ordinance corpi. sailed
tlio steamer Gault today fiom South- Lincoln, Nkii., Sept. 10.-A rtro which
tunpton enronto to Natal. Tho men an-' broke out mrlv thl. ,.i.ri,..r i,n.m.,,..i
. i . " " v"
u loss of half a mllllontlollars. It started
.Loss. Will Ammountto tlalfa Million.
on Public Library Durrred.
leariHl onxlous for lighting. General
Sir George Stewart White, who is going
to command tho troops In Natal, willed
with his stuff on tho Tmital Castle from
Nkw Yoiik, Sept. 1(1. A Journal and
Advertiser social froinWashlngtenmyB:
The War department has been approach
ed by representatives of tho llritlsh
government who wanted to buy nt once
100. mules for shipment to South Africa
for Army mules. The department hud,
however.dlsposed of nil Itssurplus stock.
MurtnunuD on bhanohaied
Paddy Lynch, a Sailor's Uoardlng Housa
.Vstohia, Sept. 10. "Paddy" Lynch,
tho Astoria Iwardlng houso man, has
ilisiinpeunsl as mysteriously as though
tho earth had oHinod and nwullownl
him. Ills friends In this oltv uxnress
In tho North block, occupied entirely by
printing linns, and spread rapidly, ami
consumed tho North block.tho Masonic
Temple, St Pauls Methodist churcli,aml
some smaller buildings. Tho city public
library of 10,000 volumes was burned.
SteiunorPuinoiiuwlll leave. forPolrhind
umlay at I) u. m.
Mis Shirley us Doris Vano.
Miss Shirley itud her splendid compa
ny open ut "Heed's Openi Houso" Moil
day night. Tho play Is ono of human
lutorest and Is sure to pleaso nil who at
tend. During tho engagement .Miss
Shirley will Im seen In many now plays,
all of which in other cities lmvo proven
drawing cards, and will pleaso hor many
warm frlunds In thu Capital City. At
tho belief that ho has either tieun shang. ! ,UMm 1M0" ''"V U, ,"n'' will glvo u con-
"' "iiiiurmeii iirui. iiieru nns
Lo.wisi.v, Sept. 111. The First batalliou
Look At Us.
Kill Two Ulrds With One Stone.
H'hllt) tuking a holidity to attend the
"Fair" list) a part of the limo to visit
llohsou'N dry gusls store. Tlitt propict
or and clurk will Imi glad to mi you,
they enjoy showing the lino gissls. The
UJUllllltC Ulll 41kfl tut mu.l uuju,l u amlir
tM) or jacket (or your wifo and daugh
ter. Tht) Irfivs must In) clotliMl fur schiail
this is your opNirtuiilty to get them u
nttw suit, lit and price guaranteed
Iwlies, ask in s thu CorstH Holt Vrnf
"wrs, Himething now. A full line of dry
good Isuight for rash to Im sold for
eush at prlcoM to give satifavtion
W. If. Hohw.n.
a7 Commerelal street.
First door cast of
pavilion, Finest off
ELLIS & INN'S
haloil or killed. Some Mlovo that ho
Is now on tho high seas, while others
cling to tho theory that ho has Uon
made away with,
Tho Oregonlan today ha it story to
thu effect that Lynch was shanghaied
at Tuconia nu lioard thu American ship
Hutu U, Wood. According to tho Ore
gonlan, he went to Tacoiuii to get a
crew for the llrlttsh ship Muikokn, now
lying lit Astnrlu. Men wero scarce, and
Lynch determined to secure tho erew of
tho W'tssl If K)sslhlo. Approaching tho
the watchman left on tho Wtssl by Davo
Kvuiitf, thu Tacomn shipping master,
Lynch, it Is asserted, erfeetodii plan by
which ho would secure tlworow'. Tho
watchman, howtivur, did isit live up to
thu terms of thoiigreemeut with Lynch,
hut itfipialutcd F.vaus with tho turn
affairs had taken,
"Tho WihsI was still short n counlo of
men when Lynch was planning to leave
her short it full crew, so livtius waited
until the ship waiulsmt ready to null
before going out with them. Tho watch
man arranged to havo Lynch romoout
In ulsiattogot tho men, and while
Lynch's sldu of the story Is not obtaina
ble at present, It Is rcorlod that ho was
I selml us simiii us he reached tho deck of
I the vesHl. and tho boat In which- other
cousplrutorH rowed him out to tho ship
returned to tho city.
iilroudy bcoii a largo advanco sulo.
Hty" n' 'vs'11 "(nsw-
ken tlio chlMron gt thtlr feet
wvl sim tK cuM glfu tliern a not
foot b.V.li, a Isml of hot drink, a
iluss of Aytir'i Chfiry l'ctoral, snJ
put thmn to Id Thy will Im all
riKiiiin no nmrning.
('Lrrrv I'd, luial Will curaoMcouifh
nlro ; w inuaii the soughs of liron
rhltis, wiik thrunU, and IrriUUa
lungi. i;n tho UrJ couich uf '
comuinil.un ats nlwajrj mn! ,
ao'i ircuntiy rureti uy uung
I Two ilinf I4 Me.
I Tho licit Medical Advice rrte I
'II .1... In, il ,un uiulnlllr,
AU.lt.... in J ' AVKII.UI1,L5:
flii ri i sViiiBy
OintAoo, Sept. u Decumbei 70),
Sin FiiimiHio. Hepl. Id, Cash 102j.
los. Meyers & Sons
CJ SA LBM'S GRbATEST STORE Q
OLD WHITE CORNER, 270,280 Commercial street, Phone II,
"OurHeroo Welcome Home," ami
"Hail to tho Second Oregon," 7ft cents,
wild at Wiley It. Allen's, Fair Ground.,
rarvin'M musirfll Uisplay, iiih! (ieo. ('
Wills', at 'Mi cents for thu two coiili
SEEING IS BELIEVING.
vJrea.t U nderwearOale I
m- until 12 in., we will boom Salem Day by ulTerintf fur sale 50 dozen Heavy
lleece Lined Shirts and I'ants far ladies, worth 35 cenb a Kurment, for
Fin Froth Chocolato Crttains for tl
lailiM. Fwinv gsd for thu babies. A I
ui ai,uLU r.d.,v uiil ii o,mH., K"i srnoKo lor wie gimiiomeii. rruil, lie
-... .......,. , j ..- ..w..... , ,,,,.. ,ILll .a,,,, .i.i,,,,.. ,.,-,, , ,,, i...
of thlr wiUirtaliiinwiU consuting ',( il- jkjii, i.'W Htato Ktrect.
Are You Going to the Fair?
If I'd Is) free fr.m all tr
Will d my buying at TIIK FA lit,
Ami wtn I want Kmwuiwlerowar
I will Irtiy it at TIIK FA I II.
TU melt ami Ito so long will wear
If I buy tbM.tTHKKIK.
UhlrU arxl oteralU that will not lir
If 1 Ut got Uwi at TIIK FAIH.
AsmI wlii fur tin ami granite want.
Will directly to TIIK FAIH.
Pur lAitm anl rubbor tluit will wmtr
I will uoiiHlekly to TIIK FAIH.
IUU and mj that you cm jr
Ym can bay to theaidy at Tflli FAIH.
Ijunm, tUalMW awl gUwtriiru
AUniH Im ImuI at TIIK FA I It.
KaUiwm, tuvaaMtl wrr thing I'll ileatare!
Au all to ty tow at TIIK FAIR.
AmI lum we get hemo we'd almost swwir
W wmU always troo Till PAUL
RURBN Si HAMILTO N THB PAIR STORE
JL 248 COMMERCIAL ST. X NL
71 LOMIIKUOIAL arTHKHT
I I M
tJEr ii r TBfflk
Suits in All
New Line of Silk
new. fancy stripes,
Plaids and plain high
Colors, 75c per pair.