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grama, Fresh Local news and Live I
EtHtorlMB rriltko ThG Dallv Jour.
If It's Not what You Want
E Bring it back
You don't have to keep anything that doesn't
suit you, when you buy at
THE NEW YORK RACKETJ
We return your money if you want it.
Fair dealing and low prices for honest roods
have increased our trade to its present pro
portions. We have di-ovpH Hmf !, c,w J..u
mIom nf Ktlr!Ar.n ?-
man ui uuamcii is a success.
uur nne or siioes at
present is the best
that we have ever
had on our shelves:
nn n cnno nianrw tn-i ....i:i.. r
-.. -..ww nuuu uwi ijumiiy. i ms iau we
have an eztragood assortment of men's boys'
and children s clothing. Neat, servicable
goods at lowest cash prices. Atockintoshes
lor men and boys. You need one for this
rainy weather. Thev don't cost nmrli whn
vou buy of us. Best values in hosiery and 3
underwear on the coast. Duck coats, slickers
and everything vou need for the rninvspnsnn
SALEM, OREGON SATURDAY .NOVEMBER 2C 1899.
$ it,-i3usinoB,"nfet polities
X JX "Onn'toliclt)o(.f!(ntu!iWiW f
I Of JOUf politics M 0M, btH iilM
Journal Advertising Py. f
ffl SOUTH AFRICA
Boers and English Drawing Closer and Heavy Fighting
Soon Expected. .
The English Victory Over the Dervishes Received With Glad
Hearts and is Welcome Set-off to SouthAfrican Situation"
The American Consul at Pretoria InstructcdvEngagcmcnt
at Willow Grange Much More Severe Than at First
CablcdBritish Losses Heavier Than Told.
SCHOOL SAVINGS BANK.
There are several thousbnd of those nnd
as they were Ailed by nearly fifty differ
ent persons, there Is a lnck uniformity
which rentiers me utmost care neves-
j i ni n j
The work will probably bo finish! lm QJslm l W lliatlfCrated 111 the
the first part of the coming week.
NOVEABER 30, THE LAST
DAY WE GIVE RUBBERS
FREE WITH LADIES SHOES
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF
lYion'a Button Shoos
'I ho Lntoat.
SALEM DENTAL PARLORS.
Or Atvoclnttd l'reu to tbe Journal.
Loxno.v, Nov. News of tho death
Khalifa and final defeat of tho Dervishes
una received with great Joy as well as a
welcome set off to the serious situation
in South Africa. A dlsnatch from
Queenstown, Capo Colony, announces
four hundred colonial rebels, including
the Kx-Mnglstr.tta as having tho enemy
at Lamar place nnd reported marching
on Donlecht, whencu can operate to in
tempt Qataeres' advance to reoccupy
tho Stormlwrg junction.
Hefugees from Qncenstovv n assert that
Lady Grey Iibh been occupied by colon
ial farmers nnd It is feared there will be
a general moement in favor of tho
Hours. Adlces from Uclmont continu
ing the treacherous use of tho white Hag
by tho Jloors h arousing indignation.
All accounts confirm tho splendid charg
lug of tho Ilritlsh Infantry, the Scots and
guards entering tho tight with drums
beating nnd llfcs playing. Tho guards
advanced steadily, many cooly smoking.
DtmiiAV, Natal, Nov. 2". An olllclai
message from General White, at Lady-
smith, dated November, 22, says:
"Sltmttliin, unchanged. Troop well
"Kivo thousand Ilritlsh left llstcoitrt
WVdnesdity afternoon for reconnoiss-
anco. lliey siirprlsctl the Hours nt .1
o'clock Thursday morning, and occupied
tho ltoer position, bayouettlng SO of the
enemy. At daybreak the Hncis opened
"Tho llrltish artillery was unable to
reach the lloers and the Ilritlsh position
therefore became uutcn.uiabie and was
evacuated. Subsequently tho artillery
was brought Into action, and tho lloers
full back. Their object having been at
tained, tho Uritlsh retured to I'stcourt."
Willow Grange affair as three killed and
and 44 wounded. This is tho first news
of such heavy loss, and, if correct, sug
gests n repetition of General White's
unfortunate action of October HO.
Tho Ornntt Yale :and Prlncoton
Onmo Is Playod In Flno
Rumor That Mafeklng Has Surrendered
r AaiorlMtril I'reaa to ttif Journal.
Lo.miov, Nov. 25. It Is rumored in
Glasgow today that Mafeklng surrender
ed but tho war olllco olllclals declare
they have nothing confirmatory or other
wise. News from Niiiid Is no encouraging,
llstiourt and Mind rier tire both hunt
The Sunday School Census Work Nearly
Crown and Bridge Work!
Eplev k Olinger.
Rooms 27 and 29 P. O. Blk.
Winter is here
And your chickens want some of that
nice Yelow Corn which has just been
322. 324 Commarolal street.
A complete line of Feed and Seed always on hand.
Washington, Nov. 24. United States
Consul Mnrcuin, at Pretoria, has been
Instructed by cable to Impress upon I'res-'
Ident ICrugor that It Is the tlow of this
government that the usai'O of all civil
ized nations sanctions the ministration
of a neutral representative In the inter
est of citizens and capthes of one of the
parties to tho war, and he must further
insist upon performing tho sacred duty
Imposed bv nil the conditions of human
ity. This practically nu announcement of
our government u kiu tho execution of
tho trust which It assumed to look after
tho Interests of llrltish cltircns in the
South African Itopuhlie.
Kngagcment Willow Orange.
London, Nov. 25, 5 A. M, General
White's dispatch of Wednesday effectu
ally disposes of tilt rumors of another
sortie from Ladysmith and of the defeat
of the Itoets. The situation in Natal
remains unchanged, the sorties from
Kstcourt to Willow Grange having little
The position at Mafeklng is beglnnina
to lx regarded w itli anxiety, In view of
the impossibility of Lord Methucn he
lug able to relieto the town for some
time to come,
(ionerul llullur'sdnstinutlou Is kept a
strict secret ut Cnx Town, some report
saying that he has gone north, and
others that he has gone to Durban, as
A disisiti'h to tho Times from Mooi
ruergiws the HrilUh casualties In the
There was a meeting last evening, nt
the Y .M. C. A. rooms, of the city
branch of the Marion County Sunday
The purM(e of (lie meeting was not
to talk, but to work. The census of the
city taken in Mialf of the Association,
by some 1(1 volunteer workers, hnd been
completed, but much work still remain
ed to bo dnnu in tho way of segregating
and tabulating tho statistics" obtained.
Tho census was taken by means of
printed blanks, one blank being used
for each family. Some blanks contained
only one utme, snipe many more.
These wvro first separated according
to the church denomination to which
tho iHirson or family belonged, or for
which ho or they had expressed a pref
erence. When this wasdono the work
of tabulation and systcmazatlou was hut
just begun, for it was desired not only to
furnish to each .church all tho data of
interest to that denomination, but to
presono in one mass all the information
gathered, and in such shape as lobe
Much good is oxected to result from
this work, in many ways. The pastors
and members of the different denomin
ation will bo 1io1mhI in (heir work, and
wilt be directed to (lie olnts where
their efforts urn! attention may most
profitably Ih directed. Interest will bo
aroused In tho Sunday school work. In
fact, it If retried thut there Is an in-
crcat-cd attendance lit Sunday school al
ready as the natural result of the In
terest Inspired merely by the lulls of
Any such work as this, which brings
people closer together and enlarges the
circle of nupiaintunce and human sym
pathy, Is a good thing. Tho meal branch
of the M. C. S. S. A. Is to Im com
mended for the energy, and unselfish
zeal with which it has tsken hold of the
matter and carried it through.
It is but just to ulso mention Mr. N.
J. Damon, who formulated the plan nnd
under wIiok siiNrvMou it has been
Seerul hours nl good roltd work were
dtnoltil to the vtnrk nt the mtwtlng lust
eunlig by N. .1. lUmon, J S. Foster,
II. H. (.He, (i. A. It.-knell, .).- Allert
Alxnit half if the lenflets on w Iim d the
census was taken were irorkitl up.
Ilr Ai.orUtnl I'tm (a (be Jonrnnl.
Nkw II vk, Nov. 2o. Finest Noem
bcr weutli"r greeted tho foot ball en
thulats who have coino to witness tho
conlet between Yale and l'rincoton.
Tho few waiters that hao been posted
wcroat odds of live to three on Yale.
First half of the tramo is ns follews:
Yale 10 j Princeton, (1.
Nnv Uunv, Nov. 2r Himl ici.ro.
I'riueelm 11; Yule 10.
Mnco the mrprbing lie plajtsl by
Yale with Harvard tho feeling Is general
that Yale will reeat Its record of 18117,
when it tied Hanard and later defeated
1'rinceton. Paul Dashiel umpired and
ex-Caplaln Wrlghtlngton f Ilortanl
refereeil the game.
The V, of 0. football learn met the
Mullnoinah team today in Portland.
Coralll8 s. Cheniawa fisilliall team,
play today at Corvallls.
Tim Indians will play tho Salems at
tho Fair Grounds next Thursday.
ON TEXAS COAST
The Children Will Have an Opportunity
10 save Their Pennies and Leant
Makes tho food moro delicious ond svhoto som
igiiiiwaumn f o , m tom.
Ilr Akaiii'lntrU I'rr.i la thr Juilriml.
I)Mi.As,Tex., Nov. 2.V Alarming re
mrts come from the lower gulf coast of
Texas, whent a severe storm Is raging
A mlmlicr of small vessels lost and
hundred of cattle were drowned,
havinir lieeu driven into theuulf livtlin
great force of tho wind.
Many houses were destroved and I Is
feared some lives were lost.
TO "I IIS ASHES.
I'atfiison, N. J., Nov. 2fi. Tho earth
ly remains of the late Vice-President
Garrett A. Ilobart were consigned tou
temporary resting place In Cedar Lawn
cemetery, today. A brief funeral service
was .held at Into the residence, the emul
ating clergyman being HuvJJCi lugle
rrcsiucm .iioiiniey, cauinet oiiicerannu
over sixty memiMirs of the senate niiil n
great many congressmen attended the
service at the house.
Ilr Aclnld I'rtia to lite JuurniiL
ItosTox, No. 'J5. lire broke out at
tho Clmrlestoii navy yanl this morning.
Tho vonding shod was destroyed, en-
tailing a loss estlmuted at (100,1)00.
Marines and sailors on the Miichlas mid
Wabash assisted In lighting the flames
and the adjoining procrty w us saved.
Principal Oflkeis Killed and Many
Thousand Taken Prinoneis.
Br Aoollnt I'ltH l lb Journal.
Oaiko, Nov. 3rt. I-ord Cromer re-
teived the following from Gen. Kllclui.
iiertmlay. Wiugute's forte fMiight ii)
with Gen. Khalifa's force, 77 miles
KOiitlicuHt of Godid. After a tliarii light
ho took the poni.lon, Khulifii wns klllwl
and nil thu prineiil eiulra killed nr
captunsl exwpl Otuiun Iigna. The Dsr-
visiles iiriilillerly defmtnl himI Hkhi-
sauds have surroiMorcd
Tho supplies recehod on Friday by
Gilbert Ilros. forthouso of tho Salem
public schools In Introducing tho School
Savings Bank System, Include every
thing necessary for carrving out that
lamlablo enterprise j everything oxcopt
tho pennies and ntckles, and they w HI
lie furnished by tho joung depositors.
There nro printed blanks for every
transaction, incliidlnir n little l.tok fnr
tho child, a doposlt slip to go with his
deposit, an envelope in which to Beal
the sum sent to the bank from each
room, a deposit slip to go with It, a
bank liook for each room, In which In
enter Its deposit in tho bank, a blank
check to use In withdrawing deposits,
which are kopt In the name of tho room,
or the number of Its book. There are
also larger liooks, In which each teacher
will keep an account witli each young
All this would Indicate much work in
iwll.ui..llr... .. I.I. .1... . i ....
"""'"" nun iiiu sviiem. imtiini
Itooks and blanks uro ruled and printed
In such a way as to reduce this work to
For Instance, each llttlo book for tho
child's use lis arranged and printed to
Includon tinted space for each Monday
from Oct. 2, 18IW to Juno 30, 1P00, so
that the teacher need only enter the
amount In its pnor place nnd hand
the liook back to the child.
The regulations tiro in part ns fol
Filipinos Satisfied With tho Present Form of Goyers
inont Which is Working Fine. - -
Insurgents Make Another Feint on ImuThrcc American.
Wounded and Two Filipinos Captured and Two W
"Aguinaldo Left Tarlac on the I3th, Escaping Between
Young and Whea.on's Brigade Wfteaton is Pumitn
HinwAgu.naldos Mother and. Child Captured and "With
IVisislts will lie reeulted every Monday
only, at the morning session, b tho
teachers of each ehiM)l, The aiiiount
will lo dellveri-d to the Principal, who
will dcoslt In Gllliert Ilros. Ilank In
wio name oi eucn iioKisitor,
One cent orupwanl can be received
by the teacher. When a iiiinil Inm n
deiioslt of one dollar or more, n bank
oookwiii do given, iriHiot charge, from
DeH)ilts of three dollars and over
will licar Interest ut !l iter cent, tier
The bank liooks of tho voplls are kept
iy tlio Priuclnal or Teacher an Iiuil?
as they attend school, If they leave the
school, or at vacation, the hook will bo
elven to tliem, and they can withdraw
tneir money, but tlioy will rwpilre the
iiresciico oi tiieir lather or mother ami
the signature of the Principal or teacher.
Durlnir tho summer vacation nl tlm
school, deiKislts may bo made or
tuoneV withdrawn (nun tho bank di
rect, the Cashier acting during
Ml.... It..... ..- .1... I I...-- I.... 1 .1
...i. i.iuti ii. i urn iiHiriiui i iruw II IliUI'Jl
illc3iit Is unknown to the ('ashler ho
must be Indeutllled In'fore revolving the
After consultation betwcin Prof.
Yodcrnud A. T. Gilbert it may be
said that the system will prol
nbly be put In operation Immediately
after the holidays.
llv toelnlril I'm h JonrnirfSi,.. .i
WsiiiMiroN, Nov. !i'i. The .folio win u
Dr. Hull's Couxh Byrun la Hie Safest
and suroHi cure for tlmsu (liingainus
infectious of tho llitlo ones croup,
whooping-cough ami measles' eouuli.
Pliyslulnus nrcscrllm It, children like
It, n ml doses uru small. Price 2ki.
cahlo wos revelvixl from Gen, Otlstodayt
".Manila, Tho Insurgents made n
feint on Iimis last night. Three en
listed men were wounded. Tliuir loss
was two killed, two captured. Thev
quickly withdrew. Additional Iroojw
w era sent from Manila today. The In
surgents will Im driven soiilh.
Hearts from Negros nro oueonmgliig
The chief Insurgent leader north of the Is
land surrendered voluntarily. More
planting is being done, more sugar mills
are at work than at nnv' time since the
revolution, against Hpain began. OMeur
rojMirt the ikoi!o nppamntly eheerfui
undliopedil, that thu formofguverniiieiit
put In oHiralloii Is well sillied til their
conditions mul working smoothly."
WASiil.iuroN, Nov. , The follow
lug Is from Otis:
"Manila A vessel from Llngajen
gulf, with dispatches from Wheiilou to
2!lrd Inst., brought In Iluencamlue, the
insurgent secretary of state captured.
Ho says that Agulnaldo and party left
Tarlae on the lllth( to lie escorted North
by 2,000 troops, from Hii)oinbong and
With these troops Wheaton struck San
Jacinto and Young eastward. Agulnaldo
with a part of hTs family has escncd
north with 'M men paaslug Iwttreou
Young ami heutiiu Yitiiujr Is still In
AguluaMo, mother mid oldest child,
am with Iliieiiciiuilno, Nipiittcl from tlm
party, the mother was Iuhi In the woods
undu child four ykirfsold lire with
Wheaton tnxijwi. Two thousand ilol
lurs In gold, Moiling, lo Hie mothwr,
ns captured, now Is In thu Manila
A heavy storm at Llngaon has pre-1
vented the loading trooui for thu noilli.
Mac Arthur hits iMptiuod the lusurgwil
illreetor of the nillrixii), who etidwivoted
lHtmi Iim .ll.....! ... t
r..... i y. :"v "" ."" "' iMgunan, him
Z;i. i?l J i:nglishinan, who
?., ifl S""Itl nrtlllery. Tin
'nerrertly'rrnUS(X) i)JU "r"-
FiivNKixjHT. Ky., Nov. 23. Tho court
?!B.,i,!IS,,i"5,H',,Jr rl,n,''l Taylor's right
to jllis .Nelson county votes. The court,
all jiiilges concurring, refused to dissolve
the injunction, asked liy Goebal's- at
j A Snow-storm i
: in Summer
i Kirrsoar Tv nstrrilldi bat !
I luTon-flnihacliilhtuifiULUUro !
llAtlilouknlaalf It had tmn oat In
J a rrguUr nuw t.iriu.
4 Nu ncnl at this tnaw-tria.
P As tlm uiuuxir sua uwlu lha laH-
log tuaw, a
b, raeiit that tuksi of ujiulruft la tha
k wli It rnvi lurtlirr I Kill IhU IIS
fvTvu.a iiH.il- luiimiion 1
C ll ! rMtarM Bitar in grsjr hat,
pi ma luir tbia nuir wm-uuku ibdk
luir. mi inori luir mvuidcs hinc
luir. lJWtolll AlldfuMUU
l( y i not nbUU til k Ntnifiu
ma tiMitit rrm lli of llw VUr,
vrllalk .IfiMp .Unit it teiiil.H
K AdifMi, lit J, C. ATKR.
K Umtll. MM.
Han Phixdisco, Nov,
IMS IS MAKING
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COCOANUI HON UUS-
1'iiPI'HK.MINI Ull V
ELLIS & ZINiNS
164 Btutf. til
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DON'T HOKGBT THE
IS SOON A r HAND.
Van Ldbe Vou
All 0m I 'Hi'. Alike to Ate
Mdinmt n I Htlc I'
EUREN HAMILTON, House Furnishers,
UVtut - ...iii.iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiillllll.
term nu iut( uim
II m Atonl rni5 Clot to P'ay
x iif Time.
Friend, Sweetheart, Wife
vtm tlielxjsutifiil seuiiHittat ehon by a
wall ku own yotiiy nmn Ui bo iitsertbeil
within Ids fUiKwit ring Friend, swset
I. tart, wife, omliliio the ftree, or
choose one from smoog them, ami we
will show you the ring lor jinMrnbitleii.
Ihvintv solltairM for thu HOimtfi lw) Is
Mtisflul with rHithlng but tlie '
A nic lino of rings fur mwi,
subUntul, ciiioiiiUhiI rhu
buys and girls. ''Everybody's"
tlio soitii gold orsi or imihi.
BARR-S JEWELRY STORE,
C This is the makingup Reason for the holidays, ttattcmqctg
and Point Lace, Braids, Thread-., Buttons, Pearling, etc, Hand"
wUWVr, Uk UlUO UIJVIIU'I U-tUi,JI i vut ltH I VlVU IA4UU'
tiburg,' Rcnnaisencc B.ttcnburgfl Battenburg Patterns,
r, Knitting and Crochet Mlks Corticelli brand best
Wm lave Um most coiuphile lm ol
twmlbort'husf Mini mu Um-iu iu sll
Down Cushion jLTicks
tii very bt liitjh Kradk.wu lflhy
lit aiMl l bjr IS
We 1mv hi usual sn iiMMn lUw
of WhUy eMsliloM, KM, -, lfl.
Ho Uay j
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w .uU. laiuffnUM
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hMsxsfcuf sJ4. tHOutVriMi fci ity vhoLv ,
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JvVe intend to start you to thinkipg about VtfuP holiday dulkiA
And also to keep you thinking ol us(