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SALEM, OREGON THUltSDAY MAY a 1901
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House Work is Hard Work without GOLD DUST
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Have been leaders for years. There's
not a more popular make on the market.
We have them In all the new and staple
shapes. Straight fronts at 95c. finer
at $1.50. Llnon Batiste short hip
summer corsets, 90c: irood quality net
short hip summer corsets, 48c; youne
ladles glove fttlnsr corsets, 65 cents.
ONE-SIXTH OF LUZON'S
'NATIVES KILLED. OR DIED
Territiie Fatalities Among Filipinos Since
the War Begun.
should bo the present plana bo perfected.
It will bu Incorporated under the ln nf
No v Jersey with n capital stock of f 12,
000.000. Kiglitecn firms, according to
tbo plana will bo included, 15 of them in
this city and three in Baltimore,
THE PRESIDENTIAL PARTY
AT NEW ORLEANS TODAY
RUSSIAN AND CHINESE .":....
JOIN IN BLOODY BATTLE
BRIGADIER GENERAL BELL RETURNS
AND TELLS OF AWFUL SLAUGHTEK
Necessary to Meet the Crafty, Tricky Filipinos Mode
-- Measures Necessary that Other Countries May
Condemn as too Harsh.
Sells these well known
troods at Racket Prices.
If you don't know what
"Racket Prices" are.
we will gladly explain
when you call.
New York. May 2. Brigadier-General
Bell whohaa just arrivod in Washing
ton direct from the Philippines w.horo
ho jvas in command of four, depart
ments of Southern Luzon, ia quoted in
a Tims (special from the capital aa eay-
"One-sixth of the natives of Luzon
bavo either been killed or have died of '
the dengue fever In the last two years.
'Tho loss of life by killing alone has
been very great but I think that not ono ond of tho Island.
board that ia to oxamino tho candidates
for Bccond lieutenancies. Ho says that
ho. supposes the examinations will be
framed to suit men who havo boon in
the field for somn time and not those
fresh from college.
Batk.nciah, Inland of Luzon. May 2.
A Hcoro of inturrcctionists tired on the
town last night, but no casual tloa nro re
ported. Tho fow outlaws roraalning in
tho provinco havo boon nearly pacified.
. Tho Commission has established a gov
ernment at Sorsong. - at tho Southern
SALEM'S CHEAPEST ONE-PRICE
Our Store Closes Every Evtnlnr t Six O'clock Except Saturday.
IE. T. BARNES.
Cor. Commercial and
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A Woman in the Case
Whether alio be tbo donor or tho recipi
ent of a watch bought at Pomoroy's, Is
sure to bo "A Con touted Woman,"
You probably know that each watch wo
sell carries will) it our guarantee writ
ten as ypu like as to case and works.
So wo invito your inspection ami, selec
tion in full coulldeuce of editing you to
tho proverbial "T."
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Watchmaker ani Optician
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I I HOSBERYl
In the choice of liquors will lead tho
man who knows a good articlo when ho
tests it to choose a bottle of Tom IIoivo
whiskey as a standby In tho house in case
of sickness, or when a good, pure stimu
lant is heeded. A horn of good whiskey
on a cold day day will warm tho cockles
of your heart and put new llfo Into you.
J. P. ROGERS.
(Wholesale and Retail Llauor Dealer
We havo just recelvod a
big line of fancy hosiery
including all the newest ef
fects In loco stripes, polka
dots, fancy stripes, Fleur-de-Lls,
The Prices Ranee From
25c to 7 5c pair
man has been slain oxcopt whore his
death served the legitimate purposes of
war. it has beon necessary to adopt
what In othor countries would probably
bethought harsh measures, for tho' Fili
pino is tricky and crafty and lias to Im
fought in liis own woy.
"One of my 6entlnols was boheide d
within 150 yards of my headquarters.
His executioner was a boloman, who
came into camp disguised as' a frnft
vender. Ho had hie bolo hid in his
basket and at the opportune moment
drew it and with one blow cut off tho
"Tho Filipinos In my district wero In
the habit of stopping tho wagons of
natlvosaud imposing u tax of one Amer
ican dollar on each load of hemp. Fre
quent complaints were made to mo and
ono day I sorit Captain Hand of tho
Forty Fifth Infantry to stop the practice
Ho and six men concealed themselves in
a covered wagon. Whon they wore
held up they opened fire on the insur
gents and five of thorn wero killed.
After that there was no moro levying of I
"Tho insurgents also oausod much
trouble by tampering with our telograph
wires. For a while wo wero obliged to con
sider every ono outside of our lines as an
enemy. If a man waa caught within
150 yards of a telegraph polo ho was
shot. On one occasion six Filipinos
were found dead holding tou wiro which
they had wrapped around a troo.
No ono knew who shot them, but their
rate was sufficient to koop any of their
comrades from tampering with the
lines again." General Bull is at Wash
ington aa the president of the army
Tho commission touched at Marir
duquuyostordayand fulfilled tho plortgo
mado that if tho insurgents'surrendered
municipalities would bo organized and a
separato provincial govorilmcnt estab
lished at Marlnduquo.
Washington, May 2. The approxi
mate ecod aloof tho sailing of transports
from Manila with troops to mustered
out of service aa follews:
May 10th Hancock with thirty first;
Bufford with forty llrat; Pennsylvania
May 20th. Logan and Kilpatrlck with
thirty-eighth, forty-third and forty-
fourth : Indiana with forlypccond.
May 25th. Grant with forty-eight
and forty-nlnth; Ohio with forty-seventh.
Any remaining troops of theso rogl
imenta they will bo sent on the Thomas.
Manila, May 2. Tho ovldonco for tho
defense in tho trial of Captain Hood, ex
dopot commissary, was submitted to
diy. It Is generally believed tho court
will find Heed guilty. It Is. again re
ported that failles will shortly stir
Nkw Orleans, La., May 2. President
McKinley, accompanied by Govornor
Heard and Mayor Capdovllle this morn
ing proceeded to tho Southern Uni
versity, colored institution, where ho
ws enthusiastically received v
As tho President entored tho grounds
of the university he was welcomed with
"Hall to tho Chief," sung by a chorua
ot 1,1)00 school children. Tho Presldont
atldj addressing tho negro children:
"I am glad to know that all over tho
southern states havo provided institu
tions of learning whoro every bov and
girl can prepare themselves for useful
nesa and honor under tho government
In which he livos.
What you want Is to got educaliou,
and with it you want good cheer, and
wuuMiieso you want to foster industry,
aud'ityou will havo nuccess nuywhero
mid everywhere, Uou bless you."
Five thousand negroes attended tho
During tho parade yesterday a wheel
camo1 off the carriage occupied by Secre
tary Hay and Postmaster General Smith.
Neither tho Bccrotary nor Postmastor
Gonoral was Injured. Tho Incident was
not genorally known until this morning.
Atrt o'clock tomorrow evening tho
party will resume its journey toward
the Golden Gate.
General Zerpitzki Among the-Wounded Fifty
TOTAL INDEMNITY OF $273,000,000 .
AGREED UPON BY THE MINISTERS
Revenues of the Celestial Empire
Meet the Demands-Objections to
Bkuun, May 2. A dispatch from
reicm dated May 1 to tho Koolnlscho
Zoltung saya that a bloody battlo line
occurred between tho RussIouh nntl
Chlnoso near Mukdon. Tho HiiBsiana
lost 50 in killed and wouudod. Four
Russian officers wore killed and among
the wounded waa Gonoral Zerpttzkl.
San Fkancisco, May 2. Joaquin
Baraudu, ex-Minister of Justice of tho
Republic of Moxlco and Senator
Joso Domlnguez Peon, h woalthy
Moxican, will be In this city when
President McKinley arrives nud are ox
pected to be the lcarers of n greet
ing from President Diaz to tho Chief
Exocutlvo of this country. A liberal ag
proprjation has been madu by tho cit
izens committee for tho entertainment
of Congressmen from tho Kast who are
oxjected here during the President's
visit. All the needs of San Francisco
will ie explained in such a mauner us
will redound to tho bonellt of this port
in the future actions of the lawmakers
The work ot decorating tho city is
progressing rapidly and will be con
tinued ""til the arrival of tho 1 ret
TAKES THE OATH OF OFFICE
To Observe Ed I use
SiNOAi'oiiK, Straits Settlement, May 2.
A Speclul from the island of Borneo
says that Profesior Todd. Mrs Mabel
Loorals Todd and Miss Milllccnt Todd, I Catholic University, and was witnessed
ot Amliorst university, havo arrival Hy Mur. Marchottl. tho impel iloleuato.
Wamihniiton, May 2. Cardinal Mar-
tiiflli took tho oath of his new office and
subscribed to to tho profession of faith at
the Papal legation today. Tho oath waa
administered by Mgr. Counaty, of tho
I'kkin, May 2, At a mooting of tho
Ministers yesterday tho report of tho In
demnity commltteo was read. Regard
ing tho resources of China tho nport w aa
vory voluminous. It was praotlcally n
repetition of Jameson's well known
pamphlet on tho subject. Sir Robert
Kart offored suggestions similar to thoeo
already credited to him and coblod to
tho Associated Press.
It is claimed that tho revenues from
all available sources will not allow
China to pay tho Indemnity of $273,000,
000 unless assistance Is roudorod,
The next meeting will bo held next
Tuesday. Tho subject of Count Von
Walderaoe's letter will then bo taken up
and a reply to It will then bo drafted.
Tho Ministers personally object to the
tonuol the letter. They claim that they
know what they want without being
told. Tiny particularly object to any
legitlon guards being under nny
authority except that of tho Ministers
to hor inuieasnrablo supply of raw
produce. This country lins three great
buildings, devoted respectively to agri
culture, forestry and minora!, besides
showing furs, loather, Bllvor and per
funioB. Moreover, Russia hos a cook to
servo Russian fouls to all comers, with a
view to creating a tardo In that line.
boat leaving shortly after 8 o'clock wltli
fully 200 passengers. Among tthe .ex
cursionists wero a number of picnic
parties, capably chaperoned, and the
day's, , exercises no doubt proved
Among the prominent cltl?ona noticed
on tho Steamer Pomona, wero ! Justices
Dean and Wolvorlon, Stato Treasurer
Mooro, Secretary of Stato F. I. Dunbar,
County Judge J. If. 8cott, Treasur
er Downing, County' Superintendent
Moores, Deputy Shorlff Kates, Judge G.
H, Burnett, Superintendent J. L, Carter,
Superintendent II. K. Dickors, Super
intendent and Mrs. Clayton Wontz,
Judgo and Mrs. R. P. Boleo, John Mlnto,
air. and Mrs. Werner Breytnatirou-
porlntondont J. D. Lee, RorP.TS.
Knight, Rennlorand Mrs.N. If, Looney,
Mr. and Mrp. I. L. Patterson, J. II. Al
bert, P. H. D'Arcy, A. Bush, Vity
Moores, J. J. Dulrymplo, Mayor and
MrB. O. P. Bishop, Mr. and Mrsi E. O.
Cross and others.
BODY OF A
FOUND AT ASTORIA
A PIONEER MISSIONARY
GOES TO HER FINAL REST
Chicago, May 2. Mother Ascension,
an early pioneer at Notre Dtmo, Ind.,
died at St. Mary's Acadomy lasts night.
Bornlu l'rtuice in 182(1, alio camo to
Notre Damo in 1815, ouo.yoar after
Father Bonn, tho founder. Shu was
a famous character and known in every
part of tho United Stntos. For tho last
HO years liio had been known as tha
Mothor of tho Missions at Bengal, on
account of hor great works of charity.
Giiicaoo, My2.--Tho May corn a
supply of which has bean cornorod by
Geo. II, Phillips, Boared to 55 cents a
buBhol today, tho highest price since
Phllllppa predicted that the prico
would be 05 cents boforo the end of tho
month. Ae said "For yoars tho bears
have kopt prices unnaturally low, now
tho bulls aro having their innings and
tho farmer Is getting what his corn is
TO UNVEIL MONUMENT
Afternoon Pre Am'u 8pelul, " '' v v.
AsToniA, Slay 2.Tho Dody of Albert
Thrall, n fisherman who wasaecldontalty
drowned Thursday night, waa found in
tho river In front of tho city this morn-'
Don't doubt your doctor.
If you haven't perfect con
fidence in him, get another.
If you have just the one you
like, ask him this straight,
plain question : .
."What do you. think of,
Aycr's Sarsaparilia?" . ., .,
If he says it's g0odfor,
tired people, good for puri
fying and enriching the blood,
good for weak nerves, and
good for building up the
general health, then remem
ber his advice.
Perhaps one of-these driys'
you will want to profit by..lt.
iAnM, .May 2. The miuthlnlHta In J Several Hundred Salemltcs go Downl
Thcoiiiu wont, on strike today for a nine
there to observo tho eclipse. A now ap
paratus for photographing all phases of
the corona of the eclipse and another for
taking 150 photographs in six minutes,
are important details of tho expedition.
Do You Want to Be Cured?
V- hat a bright, crisp, refresh
IcivUh vnrlety, from the mod
fK edging to the most elaborate
kitL width embroidory-yet
arli dtHlgn has been selected
from as many dozenp.
Interesting merely as u beauty
feliow doubly fuBolnating to all
women who aie planning lin
gerie and white dreeses as well
as children's garment.
Prices range from
5c to $450 yd.
See the Pretty
mil ii in mm mi i i miiii i mum i imiiii MiimririniTniir'
When the Quark doctor who cannot euro
ou, havo got U jour money, they atlvUo you
Dr. Cook would iuItIso you to change doctori
not cllintte, and get cured. He hu cured tcorvi
of eoj)lo In Balcin and vicinity, and can cure
vou If you huve the couruite to break auav
from the "morphine dope doctori," and tako
a courte ot rational lie to treatment aucn aa he
Dr. coon ii a granuato in medicine, aurt it a
natural plijrilclan. lie practiced in Omaha,
tu'ebranka, forneveral yean with marked uo
ceis. ill patients Include many ot the btt
people of Salem,
lie uhnulutelr cures cancer, tumori. srarel.
kMi.AI a.i.t Hla1.,A l.n.il.t.a t.nnu ill.u.n.u
aathrua.ikladUeasei, all without the ue of
the knife or poltonoua mineral! or mineral of
Do Not Listen to "Cappers"
Who are hired to defamo ine and my method
of treatment. Ifl could nqt cure people there
would be no lire to tight me. It ! became I do
cure propla that I am rlently intuepre.
Billed, but f keen on ctirlnr folki tint the
I farce, and Kime oflhe beat people In Oregon
I utand by me. for which I am thankful
avua lor circular communis testimonials
from patient cured both in Oregon and In tfia
Halt, Don't detpalr becauae you hare been told
you have been told you couldnot be rurtd. Dr.
ook ha cured hundred of people wbPo caar
limn utii iiruuuiiiicvu uopcitiM I'V me ' Old
Tho doctor ha devoted the bet year of hU
me w too iuuy oi uiM-ae, aim ine ue ana ac
tion of Nature' vegetable remedies, until he
know absolutely Jut what he can do. Tb'i
glvea hlui conSdence,
Dr. J. F. Cook PgftTJKr,
Oolce, Ml Liberty St. Salem, Or.
WiNNirua, Manitoba, May 2. The
local legislature reconvened today. 1'ro
parations are loin made for the ap
proachlng visltof theDuke and Duchess
of Cornwall to Canada. In no part of
tho empire will his royal highness aud
his gracious consort rocolvo a warmer
welcome than in tho Prairie Province of
BIG STRAW HAT TRUST
WITH $12,000,000 CAPITAL
,Nkw Yomc.May 2. ThoTrlbuno says:
Aschome Is on foot to combine the straw
hat manufacturing establishments ot
Now York and Baltimore. The new
coicern is to bo known as tho American
Straw Hat Manufacturing Company and
The ceremony was private and txtrume-
IIai.tiuouk, Md,, May 2 A nautical
picture never before teen In this country
will be preeenteJ by tho Maryland Hteel
Company at Sparrows Point within u
few days, when a triple launching will
tako place there. Tliu vessels will be
tho bit; tortnido boat destroyers, Truxton
Whipple, Worden, the largest and swift
est vessels of their olass In tho United
Htuto navy, voseels aro to steam 30 knots
an hour, and each Is 248 feet long ree
nters -183 tons
Conference between President O. M.
Heald of the Pore Marquette system
and M. M. Dolphin, Grand Chief of the
Itallroad Telegraphers of American
resulted in tho telegraphers of the Pere
Marquetto system, who havo been work
ing anywhero from 10 to 10 hours a day,
having an established work day of 12
ThuTucoma smeltlii); company will
build n copper converting plant and
lead rollnory at n cost of a quarter of a
Uncle Sam Is There.
Ui.Ain$ow,Mny2.--Ainld imposing ceio
monloH aud in tint prosonco of mtiiiy titl
ed guests thiiQIargowoxhibltioii was for
mally openoJ trxlay. Tho United Htates
aro well represented. They ocennva
leading place in machinery hall. Anoll
or feature Is tho bold effort of Russia,
through her Finance Minister. M. Do
Witto, to call the attention of tho world; Iv patronised, tho O. C. T. Company's
by Steamer and Teams.
Despite the threatening weather.
there was a general exodus of Salem
IHioplo to Ohampoeg today to attend tho
unveiling of tho monument i roc ted to
tho honor of the 02 settlors who In 1B43
tiuclarod for a provisional government
for Oregon. Thore Is probably not a
pioneer family In Bftlem but was re
presented there. Tho great majority
wont by river stoamor direct to tho Bite
nf the ceremonies, while many drove
down, some going by train to Aurora,
Hubbard or Woodbiirn, thence by con-voyance.
Doth steamboat excursons wero large
tt.OO a Wil
I n I r.
Tho resolution providing for tho call
lug of a constitutional convention to
reyiso the Illinois constitution was lost
today In the House,
Ellis & Zinn's
54 State Street,
Salira Thou 2174
n g EgSSil
Is now receiving a hearty welcome from
all who havu good investments to offer
We undoubtedly havo gilt edge Induce
ments to exchange for your mouey in
our big stock of clocks. We have nice H
day clocks guaranteed good time pieces
for from 3.(X) up, Also a big atcck of
alarm clocks guaranteed 1 year for fl 26.
A Hue line of silverware aud cut glass
for wedding pretents,
BARR'S JEwiLRY STORE
Leaders In Low Prices,
Economists for the People
Crowded every day. The foundation on whloh the
Boston Store stands is honest- dealing with everyone,
and the best goods at the lowest possible prices. liuy.
ing direct from the manufacturers leaves us in a post.
thn to offer you bargains acd priws that cannot be
touched by any other house in Balem.
L&dies't&SO fancy blaok Brilliantine dress skirts,
sale price, 88c.
Ladies' 3.50 English Ohevintt Rainy Day Dress
Skirts, sale price $1.0.5,
$10.60 Ladies' Tailored Nobby Suit, swell and
fashionable, j;old trimmed, made of Imperial wool,
en dress goals, sale price fS.85.
1.W) ladies' man. tailored Venetian ami Kngllth
Ilroadoloth suits, Russian IHouse, swell garments, sale
price f 0.90,
Ladles' $1.00 Hlue Percale wrappers, extra wide
skirts, sale price 60c.
12.60 and 13.60 trimmed hats, nobby and stylish,
sale price 06c and fl.50,
French Lawns, beautiful designs and patterns extra
fine cloth, sale price 10c.
Full dress patterns 6 yards 40 Inch goods worth up
to 60o yard, sale price per pattern $1.46.
Ladles' corsets, standard makes ftOu. 76c aud 11.00,
rale price 'i8c and -JU&
Ladles' Cambric and Muslin white under skirts
trltnmed with deep embroidery and lace worth 85c,
fl.00 aud f 1.3$, sale prices 60c, Wa and 70j.
303 COMMERCIAL ST.
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Our Store is Still Closed
Insurance Adjusters Expected
We anticipate a very fpwdy settlement of our
If nothing umapiclcd happens, will e open
KEEP YOUR EYE ON
v-Wait for Our Opening...
Wo wljl leae no stoiin mi turned to make the next few
weks (lie greatest weeks In the hUtory of our business,
'Our trfluble only nurvtts u. to flht our battle harder.
WAIT FOR OUR OPENING