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THE DAILY 'JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1003.
OLD WHITB HVBn.
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Popular designs in dainty lncos
nnd insertion. It will be greatly
to your ndvnnlngo to buy Incca
Monday, worth from (Jc to 10c.
Newest ido'ts in Holts nt
grontly reduced prices.
$1.00 bolU 80c, 81.25 bolts $1.12
$1.60 belts $1.35 olc.
Monday and Thursday uro special
Tuesday and Friday are dish
u vMm i
Tho llurllngton hns equipped all Its
through trains with tho Weitlnghoiue
What Is moro It Is tho only mil
ium! to tho Boat thnt has plncod this
Croat safety-device on all thro' trains.
Tho now brako will stop a train In
30 per ront loss illstnnco than ro-
qulrcd with tho noxt host braking np
Vltanco. Tako tho IlnrllnKton Hduto Bast
via. IlllllUKS, Denver, or St. Fnul
-is yon llko It,"
A. C. SHE-DON, Oansral Agsnt.
lOO Til 1111) STKKI3T,
To hnvo your Blcyclo overhauled.
Cleaned, Rims or Tiros juit on, or any
Uitufi olso you may nocd, and this Is
a good place to bring It.
FRANK J. M0ORES
109 Court St. Phono 2044
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Charged With Embezzling a
Was Postmaster at Whitney,
once Lived at Salem
Austin Craig, newspaper man, town
promoter, banker and former post
master nt Whltnoy, urant county,
was arrested yesterday afternoon by
Deputy United States Marshal Hall
on a charge of stealing a registered
letter containing $72 on July 21, 1002,
Tho United States Grand. Jury re
turned an Indictment against Craig,
containing two counts, ono of larceny
and tho other of embezzlement
A statement of tho caso Is that
Craig In his capacity as postmaster
received a registered pouch from
Baker City containing six packages.
Ho cheeked them and wroto six on
tho registered card which accom
panied tho mall.
A day or two Inter the card enmo to
tho Baker City ofllco with tho flguro
G chnngod to C, and a line drawn
through the description of n rogls-
tored package from Spoknno, contain
ing $72, addressod to James Hupp,
aroonhorn. The pnehago novor
reached Hupp, and Ctalg, when called
to account for It, nnswerod that ho
did not know anything about It. ills
oxplnnntlon wns thnt Instead of
eheoklug off tho roglstor card nt onco
no ho ought to havo done, he copied
tho card Into his register book to fn
cllltnto mnttors. and afterward In
chocking off tho Greenhorn innll dis
covered that tho Hupp lettor entered
on tho enrd wns not there.
Two elorks at the linker City post
ofllco testified that tho pnekago wns
put In tho registered pouch; that tho
pouch wns locked, nnd wunt out In
regular order, nnd must havo readied
tho Whitney I'oHtotllco. In tho Oc
tober following Crnlg riimo to Port-
mil mid tendered his resignation as
poHtmnHtor. It wns not necoptod, but
ho wns removed by tho department,
the romovnl to tuko placo January
Resides his initios ns rot muster, )
Crnlg eonductod n branch of tho
Sumpter bnnlc, for A. P. Ooss. nnd
kihiii uftor tho tlmu of tho postolllco
trouble Gohh cnusod tho nrrost of
Crnlg on n chnrgo of oipbosxloinsnt
of $1100, but tho grand Jury fulled to
return nu Indlctmont In tho caso.
Crnlg also ran a townslto schomo. nnd
altogether nppourod to bo n vory en
Ho wns found by the deputy mar
shal nt his Noom at 217 Madison
street, nnd nntlulpated his arrest, bo-
causo ho visited tho marshal's ollleo
Wednesday, and wan awaro that tho
grand jury wnslnvostlgatlng tho mat
ter. His bonds were llxod at $2000,
mid In default ho wns committed to
tho county Jail.
Crnlg Is a young num. about 30
years of ago. and Iiiih lived In .Oregon
for ten years. Ho formerly published
thn Washington County Hatchet, a
weekly newspaper, nt Forst flroe.
When Interviewed by a reporter.
Crnlg said ho wns not pro pa rod to
mnke a full statement at this tlmu.
Ho stated that ho did not receive tho
registered package addroesod to
Houpp, and for that lleason marked It
off the register enrd and refused to re
ceipt for It. Ho said he could have
compromised tho matter by paying
tho money, but such an net would
havo hiMin nn admission of his having
purloined tho letter, which he could
not afford to make. Ho acknowl
edged his iirrvst on tho ombosilomont
chnrgo, but explained thnt the grand
jury returned a not true bill, nnd that
ho sued his accuser, Goss, for dam
ages. Gom thou left Grant county,
and did not return for sonfo tlino.
Craig hns engaged Marlon Butler as
attorney to defend hlin, and feols
cortnln thnt ho will ostabllsh his Innocence.
Brownell Declares He will not
Ask Office Again
Says What tie Wants is Law
Business and Lots of it
"I am out of politics, and I Intend
to stay out," said Stato Senator Brow
nell, this morning. "I havo been kind
ly treated by tho pcoplo of- Clacka-
mas county, at whoso hands I have
been honored repeatedly. While I
havo mado some mistakes, I have al
ways endeavored, to tho best of my
ability, to do what I considered wns
the proper thing to do. There arc
younger men coming up In tho party,
and others who aro entitled to rec
ognition. I feel that tho time has
como for me to let go, and let the
others step to tho front and assume
tho gonornl leadership nnd mnnage
ment of party politics.
"To make It plain, I have made up
my mind to lot politics go and go to
work In my profession and mnko n
living, nnd try to make some pro
vision for those who are dopondent,
"Do you really mehn to sny that you
are entirely out of politics, and for
good?" topented tho reportor, who
had heard tho stacmont beforo, but
not from so direct a source.
"Most emphatically my answer to
thnt Is yoB," was tho senntor'a reply.
"Of course, I shall bo pleased to help
my friends. If they need my holp, and
at nil times do what I can to bring
about tho election of tho Republican
ticket. I nm through asking for of
fice, nnd have dono with tnklng nny
gonornl or notlvo part In party poli
tics, I mnko this statement, as I
think it Is due my mnny friends In
Clackamas county. What I want now
Is law business," nnd with tho last
declaration, Mr. Brownoll gavo his nt
tentlnn to n client, who had boon
waiting for tho Interview to terminate.
Mill Owneis Refuse to Sell
Lumber in Portland
Will Result in Arbitration by
&iwnsnM in Knstorn Oregon aro
starting on their aunual summer outing.
. Spectacle Repairing
IS AN IMPORTANT FKATURK OF OUR BUSINESS. OUR SUCCHSS
TUB PAST SBVHN YKAUS IN SAI.KM IS DUK ENTIRELY TQ HIGH
OKADB WORK, PROMPT SERVICE AND REASONABLE CHARGES.
IF YOU HAVE A BROKEN LKNS.FRAMB. OR ANYTHINO IN THE
OPTIOAL LINBimiNQ IT TO US AND WE WIIJ. RESTORE IT TO
ITS ORIGINAL USKFULNBSS AT REASONABLE COST
lenses In Frames, from 25 to 50c
Lftntes, Rlntelets, 50 to 75c
NEXT TIME YOUR GLASSB3 BREAK TRY US WE HAVE THE IN.
BT(tMIENTS FQR MEASURING YOUR EYE OR LENSES.
- OH AS. M. HINOB
Pioneer Optician, 88 State St., Next doorto Bush's Ban.
State Game Keeper
Governor Chamberlain lost ovonng
nppolntod John V. Baker, of Cottago
Grove, I.nno county, stato gnmo
warden, to succeed I W. P. Qulmby,
the present Incumbont.
Mr. linker Is a man of good ability
and living In n section of tho country
whoro there nro mnny violations of
tho law, wholo hords of deer some
times being slaughtered In winter in
violation of tho law.
Tho appointment was much sought
after nnd not loss than a hundred ap
plicants hnd to bo turned down to
name Mr. llaker. But they hnve the
satisfaction of knowing thnt n worthy
mid deserving man got the place, and
n Dmoerat of tho bedrock variety.
Mr. llaker Is n brother of Prof.
Baker, of the Lincoln public school,
nnd of Mrs. Frnnk Morrison of South
New York, April 24. Friends her
of PrlncoM Csaykuwskl, daughter of
Clarence Collins, and formerly ward
of Chauncoy Depew, wore shocked to.
day to learn that sho. with her hus
band. Is a prlsonor In Constantinople.
It I liuposslblo to get dotalls. but It
Is believed tho matter Is political.
How that can bo Is a mystery, as tho
Prince has always been In high favor
with tho Sultnn, nnd his family Is ono
of the most powerful (n the Orient, .
Late this afternoon Collins received
advleos from li daughter to tho ef
ftct that sho and tho prince are safe,
in his summer placo In Syria.
O. .Y. Harry, president of tho State
Federation of Lnbor, says that no
general strlko of tho Federated
Trades threatens Portland. Should
tho building trndrs unions strlko or
bo locked out by tho action of the
mlllowners In refusing to sell lumber,
tho other unions of tho city will keep
on with-their work and financially aid
thoso out of employment. This senti
ment is echoed by the ngenta of tho
Building Trades Council.
The union men regnrd tho ultima
tum of tho mlllownors, published In
yesterday's paper ns a declaration of
war against tho building trades
unions. "Wo know Just where thoy
stand now, nnd will be prepared to
meet them," says President Charles
Wnrdo, of tho Painters' union, who
has conducted tho strlko of the paint
ers from tho start.
Tho union men and the associations
of omployors now realise that the In-1
bor troubles have gono fnr beyond the
strlko of Uie union pnlntors. The con-1
tractors and mlllmen hnvo little to!
say, "Our sontlmonU were thorough
ly set forth In tho published commu
nication signed by us,' 'is ns far ns tho
mlllmon will commit themselves.
For the first tlmo slnco tho threat
oned gonornl strike of last year,
groups of men enn be seen on almost
evory street corner ongnged In n dis
cussion of tho labor situation. Some
nro union men, wlillo many nre not, hut
tho topic of tho day In all Quarters Is
tho declaration of tho mlllownors.
"Organized labor Is Portland Is nt
stake," Is tho expression heard on
The executive council of the Amer
ican Fedorntlon of Lnbor wns In ses
sion yeetordny In Toronto. Canada. A
telogram explaining the situation In
Portlnnd, from tho union standpoint,
wns sent to tho council. No niiswor
hns yet been received whlci has been
No lumber Is being sold through
tho City lU'tall Lumber Company. As
the supply which tho contractors
hnvo on hand diminishes, nu Increas
ing number of carpenters nre laid off.
Beth the member of the Master
Builders' Association and tho Indo
pendent contractors are haunting tho
olllcw of the agency of tho mills. W.
C. Francis, the mnnngor of tho City
Retnll Lumber Company, has had dif
ficulty in poraundlng thorn thnt tho
mill owners meant oxaetly what they
said In the published ultimatum, and
thnt no lumber will be sold to tho re
"We are sending out lumber only
to those buildings which absolutely
require additional timber for their
safety," sold Mr. Francis yostordny.
What Shall We
Have for Dessert?
This question arises In tho family
every day. Let us answer it to-day. Try
a delicious and healthful dessert. Pre
pared In two minutes. No boiling I no
baldnel odd boiling water and set to
eooL Flavers: Lemon, Orange, Rasp
berry and Strawberry. Get a package
at your grocers to-day. io cts.
For Sale. Llttlo pigs. Inqulro of W.
F. Kapllngor, 1 miles nest of tho
For Sale. Second- hand buggy, In
good condition. Call at onco at
room 5, McCornnck building. 4-23-
Chicago, April 24. Wheat
Rooms for Rent Upstairs, Cottlo
block, by day, week or month.
Electric lights, open all hours. Mat
tie Hutchinson, prop. 4-23-lyr.
Lost. Cow, gray nnd white spotted
woro bell, aged ff or 9 yenrs. Re
turn or notify owner, Chas Gerbcr,
residence Howell Prairie, P. .0.
Sllvorton. R. F. D. 4-24-3t
GOLD DUST FLOURi
mat ainNitv emur. .. I
Itfrwy, Oregon. MrA
mmuw tor laoiur ute. iiV
troeer for it eCk,2;
fcorU always on krnnd.
A, T. WALN Ag
jGasb Meat Mm
i j u court street
Will continue to serve the enHkkli
ter than ever, and our prices nM
ways bethe lowest. l
YVIIIkeepthe verv choicest titM
on hand constantly. ft
Trouble In Camp.
And there Isa mighty good rea
son too for we've got to make
room for our new line of pop
ular price books, and we are
going to dose out all remnants
at a price that wilt make the
books sell rapidly. Sec our
West window display read the
prices and replenish your
40c Hooks 19c
35c ' 14c
25c " 9c
The sale will last on y a few
Pattons Book Store.
fF'tcufc cCe dwr
Robbed the Train.
Lincoln. April 24. A passenger
train on tho Burlington. No, il, was
bald up and robbed this morning;, as
tho train was leaving the Burlington
station. Tho Job was done while the
passengers wen aatoeu. or just get
ling up. The robbers herded the train
orow into the emigrant steeper, and
went through tho passengers.
Agriculture In East PrusIa, as well
as the sugar industry and trade, will
suffer by tho prospective Gorman-Canadian
Nevada City, April 24. Jerry Oood
wlu this mornlug shot Thos. P. Blue
and his son. William, at You Bet
Thomas Is dead, and William is dy
Ing. Goodwin Is now en route to this
elty to surrender. The shooting was
the result of an attack this morning
by Blue and his sons on Goodwin
Blue met Goodwin in tho rear of the
Intter's house, fend attacked him with
a enne, knocking him down. Goodwin
drow a revolver and shot. Goodwin
is ono of tho most promluet residents
of You Bet. g
North Yakima pcoplo aro aroused
over tho raising of the theater license
by the council of that town from $100
to S260 a quarter, it may result in
the closing of the places of amuse
The commission from the Ltek Ob
gorjvatory, which Is. to ostabllsh ob
servations In Chile, has arrived at
Directors of William Cramp, Ship
building & Engine Building Company,
of Philadelphia, have approved a plan
for a $5,000,000 loan.
Lost A set of accordion pleating
needles. Finder leave at Salem gas
If you desire a good complexion use
Mokl Tea, a puro herb drink. It acts
on the liver and makes the skin
smooth and clear. Cures sick head
aches. 25 cents and 60 cents. Money
refunded it it does not satisfy you.
Write to W. H. Hooker Co.. Buffalo.
N. Y., for free sample l). J. Fry.
You will thlnkso It you give those old
accounts and notes for collection to
The VAN ALSTINE. CORDON & CO.
Room 4, 275 1-2 Commercial St.
Phone Main 801.
A. R. MORGAN & CO. Managers
e&" CLOSING SALE .M
; if RAISE QmiKtf t
Fine Stock of Shoes for
Men nnd Women.
- ) Must go nt your own price
Jacob Vogt, 265 Com'li
A. I. EOFF.
NOT IN THE TRUST
oi Out for quality of our
Meats, Lard and Poultry
3 wc challenge any com-
a petltor to meet us In ex-
g cellcncc Housekeepers
? know this
I EOFF & HARTLEY
J. Phone 2853 Main.
A Salem. Orcfov
NEEDHAM & CO. m
Hanging. Work all Guaranttcl
Leave orders at Savage & FItttfc
r-eea store, salem, OREGOfl.
Lin Bteiner'a Fish Market, 6 1 ill n
Freeh meats of all kinds, hror, t1
iters, bacon, lard, otc. Prontt&tf
Phone, Main MW.
136 Court street. HfifeestcutH
paid for Hides. Pelts, Wool, T(
and furs: also 'general dealer ;
Iron, Rubberand Metals-
JREOPXJES JSAJRGAIN MOUSB-
Two Bargain Days
Fridav and Saturdav
We have stlected for these two days goods of all kinds throughout fMH
wntcn we piacen saie at sucn uuie prices mar win mane a i"c'',nril
busyselllng too many goods, they must be sold. Sale runs until )u"l
Ladles' 50c Sailor Hats best only 25c
Ladies' 20c SllkflnlshcdstocblngslOc
Boys' 15c Derby ribbed Stockings 10c
Ladles' 18c Swiss Ribbed vests 9c
20c Silk frll'ed Garter Elastic, yd 9c
85c Ribbon Corsets, new 49c
Best 200 yard spoorrtiread. Use
Best black darning Cotton, ball lc
Best Hair Pins. 2 packages for lc
Best shoe strings 2 for lc
Best 15c stockinet Dress Shields 9c
Ladles 10c fast black stockings 5c
50c Ion? Chatelaine tags 2 5c
15c Medallion laces, new, yd 9c
Men's 45c work shirts, good, 29c
Men's 15c Fast Black Socks, pair 9c
Men's 39c Underwear, only 25c
Men's $2.00 Dress Pants only 98c
If you want the right prices oa
Goods and.Sllks can at i
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TTC MC M1UYVIIIB Mlfc ;i'.-m
Shirt Waists In Silem. w
""STOCK oi BWin --". B
cress ana abiuu ""'-:-iS
feet. You know how we w
White Goods. Table LlneBgJI
. H.c nnii Muslins a COW"
prices the lowest.
n,IUiiii ICi- GwlM Ca&S 5C
Children's $L25 TrlooeJlW
Children's 75c Silk EmMO"
35 cents- . ji
ir White India Llnons, jrtf "
f r Var TrtwetS. Only 4C
5c House Lining, yard. 3(
The Cheapest Store on Earth.
McEVOY BROS., BffiV