The Daily journal. (Salem, Or.) 1899-1903, December 31, 1902, Image 1

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REGULAR GOODS .
again.
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Vre wantjjpa to see out line 0f
Tlioinsonaiove-PittiDg Corsets
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Wo have all the new shapes
'nnd sell them at much l,
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prices than "Regular Stores."
i
it
Uovt-fiDriNcT
HAUITMII
ft by selling the
(known makes of
Is at lower prices
you can find
Inhere. I hat we
constantly in
tied our business.
BROWN SHOE COMPANY'S SHOES
been worn by all your neighbors, ask them about the oualltv
ipjr prices.
b constant aim Is to give better value for the money than any
!r store." can afford to give. We do a strictly spot cash bust-
That's why our prlccB are co low for reliable merchandise.
SHIRTS, HATS CLOTHING.
Ladles' and Men's Furnishings.
's Cheapest One Price Cash Store, jl
1 1
w Store closes all day New Years, j.
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" . - - J-.tl22rT' DECEMBER 31, 1902.
UNHAPPY
PRINCESS
LOME
Will Be Divorced by
to man uvil Law
Pope's Objection to Separa
tion Overruled
Kine of Saxony III In Con
sequence of Scandal
,
NO. 280.
as
AGREES TO
'PROPOSAL
4
Wjjl Meet Demands of
the Allies
Issfe of Controversy to Be
.Decided at The Hague
Gemnan Warship Threatens
S tfl Rnttlharrl Tnwn
E. T. BARNES, Proprietor.
Corner of Commercial and Chemeketa k'
&M4c4owMfc
it
M iSKa.
New Designs for 1903
f nlewriPfSllfctttflet 'rtftl
now ihown at Pomeroy s. if
you want the latest and best
there is, you will examine this
stock. You can make your se
lection at a price to suit, and
will be sure of getting the
best value for the money.
Pi ices cut in two.
C.T, Pomeroy
288Com.8t., Watchmakerand Optician
Pi
Mouna. Dec. 3i.-Tbe Tageblatt
that King George of Saxeny 8
dy tag .and that the f,,g,Ue Crown
Princes ls HtWe t0 bwomo
nny hour
To avoid complication the Saxon
court Intends to rush divorce pro
reeding., basing it on the German
CIVll law. Tho COUrt Will lm,nr H,
Catholtr MMAAU.,r...i . I
against divorce.
Cause of Flight.
Tllo Pr..n IU .
--. .w,, .uncaBs own account inv
ui jne immediate cause of her flight Hai
roni aaituurg. written to an intimate ,
Mend. Princess Theroee. of Bavaria. I
was telegraphed from Munich this1
morning. It says her father. the Grand j
Duke of Tuscany. Intonded to Imprie.
on his (laugntor. either in a lunatic
asylum or In an Italian convent. He
already had consulted the court phy
sician and several medical authorities
lu Vienna, with tho object of obtnlnlnH
certificate warranting him In shut
ting her up.
Her father, the Crown Princes
adds, was giving her no time for de
liberation. He demanded, first that'
she be taken under guard to Dresden,
lo apologise to tho Crown Prince, and
that she then chooso between confine
ment in a convent or madhouse. The
Crown Princes asks the Bavarian
court to use IU influonce with till
court at Dresden to permit hoc chll
Uanitfrftt(RiSctVrWvtfnf
freely.
Washington. Dec. 31 Minister
Bowed, at Caracas, this morning
table the state department tlint Pres
ident, Castro authorized him to sny
h uld meet all Just demands of the
foro'ten powers. Foreign ambassa
dors jtaro immediately notified, also
the American ambassadors at Rome.
ueriifl, London and Paris, llv thin
prohibition agreojnent Castro has taken moans to
praatjcally comply with the rondl
i tioriffllald down by tho lKiwors as nro-
ry to refer the disputo to Tho
tiuse
.nic AT
A BULL
FIGHT
Maddened Animals Turned
an Crowd of Spectators
jfSdrlil, Dec. 31. A panic eimtitKl
t jdj bull light todny, when the man
fffl angered bocnuse the crowd
tenwl to wreck tho circus tont
the matador failed to kill a hull.
H out tho lights and liberated
morn hulls. Tho crowd fought
to gain exits. In tho tumult
people wero killed and G2 In.
Jured The manager was arrested.
ON NEW YEAR'S DAY,
When you aro celebrating the dawn
of n new century, drink to Its pro-
ALBANY
DOCTOR
COMMITTED
Dr. Win. Amos. Well Known
Physician, Adjudged Insane
Princess' Infatuation for Giron.-
New York, Dec. 31. Tho Herald
correspondent at Zurich, Switzerland,
cables the report of an Interview with
tho Crown Princess of Saxony. In
which she Is quoted as saying that M
Olron is the only man sho ever met
whom sho felt she could love, and that
it was a question of mutual lore and
affinity which made her life Impos
sible without him.
"Hetwoon my husband and myself."
sold the Princess, "there is no bond of Albany. Dec. 31. Dr. Wm. Amos,
sympathy. Ho is a typical rough of- who has hoen a resident of Kaat Al
fleer. I. myself am full of Ideals. How,liny moat of th tlmo for tho pnst 12
mlsnrnlilB that life was! I tried hard years was examined by Drs, M. H.
to bear It for the sake of my darling Bllla and W. A. Trlmblo boforo Coun-
children, whom I adore. jty Jtwge raimor on a cnargo or m-
-r nii hMiitnted for the sake of the sanity. Dr. Amtw was at ono tlmo a
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cretins a new era of prosperity in our Saxon people, whom I love deeply, as , practicing physlclnn In Mlnnesotn.
Sne brands of champagnes, wines, they love me. l.ut all, hat could not, wher it f' '-' 'f
For your toddy, cgs nogg alter my resolution, ine ins w rn m pruuiiw a.m. ,......... v..B..
llntwir
,hn iK nothlDB finer. We have a line at couit were too great to bear.
of fine bottled goods in brandies,
whiskies, otc. for the holiday de
mands. J. P. RGERS-
is
J. P. ROGERS,
Wholesale and Retail
Liquor Dealer.
218-221 ,
Street.
WtllllllllHWH;
NEW GAS RANGE.
kitchen will mnlto you
t t the hlch nricos of
After j oil havo usod It a
?Ume you wm WOndor why
"Altered ovor a hot wood
! drlng the hoatod term.
worried over starting a
0 a Wlnlni-'o ninlnor
' toiuh of a nintrh makoa
'At blae soiiflned to your
S utentlis ninl not hoat-
"' house for tho whole
"J fooklng by gas.
eseM8ete9M
CHRISTMAS
IBancroft Optical Co.i
2 .i-n mmrrii street- 9
T IJ Mli
wealth. Ho, at one tlmo a fow yoars
ago, owned a ho1 fm nonr Tallman,
I In Hits county, which ho sold a short
I time ago.
He was a well known flguro In East
Albany, whuro ho has a neat, well
kept home on East Second and Main
streets. Ho has nctod queer for sev
eral years, and has complained of
j pains in hi oars for tho Inst year or
" 'two. and when up town would wenr
Lost One Man and Her Deck a wwi oarr about w head.
Alter a tnorougn oxamiuauon uy in
attending physicians It was decided
that the vetoran doctor was a flt sub
lect for the stato insane asylum, and
WARSHIP
OREGON
DISABLED
Gear During Storm
Victoria. U C Dec 31 -The Mean.
. .... ...l.oH iinrt from 10-
! uleuog'e ",t" - '
We wlllresliust " i'"' tuhtof u 0 . UWBOV . orient she brought , k was committed to that Institution
Wt X ciriiimsi Presets. kohon.a and the Orient, so ,
tO" T--" "- -
He
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. . .".L .tvi at Yokoboma De- Iff Htuton on the aftomoon train
snip uro - ,
cember Uth. three days overdue af
ter a very rough yMttf from San
FrgnclMO. Alll her boat, were Jot.
.... .,. ...rr seas, which swept her
HDU ,.t -. --
jKk tarried all her deck gear away.
gOS-4gi
IT,ofl)lv' ...j . ., rfMth of one man.
. ' 'she was ordered into dock
Marconi Erects s,i."
Welfleet. Mai. Dec. Sl.-Wr-.ncssages
are constantly t Kjwjj
tween this station and Table Head.
Communication has akx .been tiUb
ll8hpd Mween Cape C a d f-
wall Moroni w - -
soon.
May Not
Recover
HeltmlUer,
n five years
William "--,. u . a
- rmunmooK ".
ir"i " ; ,. ,unw fever.
ini " .
man
c
and
Well Known
Oregonian Dead
AOam KtPpel.k0W"!;'
STslar-Witof the.Ute
laad. as ftt fcte
Oreg tor ?. -reet at
at w ""- - .
.n uincaa
jtltv. --
TAaldeNce
kAiif't i
WVf " T le.t health recentlr
" " '" :.-d m
awl btt ui -
eratloe Mr. Kllwwl
is pt 77 years of nge.
n
aMartt el k" f,u,f'
an
(mm whteh
b kail er "
Scottish Iron Men Will Not Combine.
1wdtw. Dec. 31. An attempt to
combine the iron manufacturers of
gotxlaml has failed.
Dearer. Dec. 30. It has Just be
cofM known that a secret meeting
of dettftatee from lodge of the An
eieet Onier of Furestors in Colorado,
New Mexico. Wyoming and Utah has
bM in seeelon for several days past.
whk Intervale of adjournment, and
that at these meetings a new organ
iMltefl of Foresters was formed under
the title of the Modern Order of For
settee. It was thought that the dis
affected element In the order in this
ieeUott bad been paelfled through the
visit weet of High Chief Ranger Hays,
of the Atlantic dlvleloH, fur several
Months, and the announcement of
te formation of the new body camo
a disease j uj ot a j,0inlihell In the
mum exptoetoB
oame of the aW members, The new
Sed. Mr. KMpH wm tor1U I'enlefs woremflntif Will b ? &
fT. -7,1,. Paelftc Chrtetlan Alv "T at,-anc4l, ,ft W eterH
.!.. 'dttar of tJae I"
Ucelarly
GOLD
OF THE
REALM
$615,000,000 In the
U. S. treasury
More Than Any Other Gover
ment in the World
CHICAGO'S
COAL
SHORTAGE
Investigated by State
Attorney
Railroads Enter- General'
Denial of a Combine .
Year's Accumulated Surplusi,mniense Quantities of Coal
Amountsto $72,000,000
Washington, Doc. 31. Tho United
States treasury starts tip now year
with moro gold in Its jnultS Jhan over
boforo hold by this gorgmgit 5r any
othor govornmont boffire. " Thoro aro
now in tho vaults and sub-tronsurios
$G15,000,000, four timoa as much na
that of tho Dank ot Bnglnnd, ono and
n half of Franco, "fofir times of Oor
many, and twlco that ot Russia. Sev
enty two mlllUmis of mirplus linn been
accumulated tho past year.
Are Moved Out of City
Col, Morrison Interred.
Washington, Doc. 31. Tho funeral
or Col. Morrison, who djod on n trans
port on his way homo from tho Philip
pines, vur held at Arlington this
morning.
CONVJCTS"
WON'T
WORK
Defy Authority and Say They
Would Rather Starve
Kort Worth, Dee. ai. gov
desporato convicts, who wore brought
from Iho ponltontlary to the convict
plantation to help with tho hitrvust(ng.
mutlnood two dnyB ago. Thoy so
curod poeeoBslon of tho sugar house,
and hnrrlcadod It. The building In
surroundud by n big forco of doputloH,
ondonvorlug to starvo tho mutinoorn
Into submission. Tho convicts tut-,
nnuncod this morning that they
would rathor starvo than werk: thoy
want to go buck to tho ponltontlary.
Chicago, Dec. 31. Tho Investigation
ot Chicago's coal shortago. prosecuted
by Stnto Attorney General Hamlin,
was continuod this morning, Tho
railways dntorod a gonornl donlnl of"
n combine to corner coal and by the
subsequent dlstross command hlgii
prices. Thoy claimed this morning
thnt coal is being dollvorod In groat
qunntttlos and woro surprlaod whon
It was provon by sovoral promlnont
donlors thnt coal shlpmonts had boon
hold in many fnstancos for six woolia.
FlguroB woro offerod to uliow that two
railronda ntono had cnnl nuotigh on
hand in tho yards to supply tho en
tire city during tho winter gansonj
Only two hundred care were In tip
yards this morning. The WalinsH
nlouo had nearly ono thousand, on
hand yofiterdny.
Hamlin today appoln(ol dotecttvofl
to bring proof of the current1 roport
that nil the railroads eutorlng tho olty
passed tho entire night fmntleally
moving cars of cowl by whole train
loads out to country side trarhe along
the line.
Members of Pendo.
Come to meeting on Friday 8:vanTng.
Installation of officer and gpuoch by
Dr J. L. Hill, of Albany; also, banquet
and good program.
..NEW
TODAY
Log Cabin Creams
Stand Caramels
Peanut Ice -At
ZINNS
1G4 State St.
Phone 2074 Main.
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J04th
WEDNESDAY
SURPRISE SALE I
Today we will place on Sale a
line of Ladies' Fasl Black Wool
en Hose, worth 35c a pair for
23c A Pair
Come Early lot there will be a Rtisli. ?
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Out
Hosiery
Department
Is, without exception, the most
up'io-aaie oi any hi uic city, me
values which we hold out to our
customers are never questioned
! Pure yarns, clean, well made, full fashioned;;;
! stockings for ladies' and children, at prices altogether ; ;
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