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8ALEM, OREGON, 3ATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1803.
Gets the Coin
lo, April 26. Mrs. Edwin Bur.-
HI get a good snare or the KD,-
her oy Arthur I'cnncii. it is
that alter a consultation do-
Itho attorneys the matter was
ilsed, and Mrs. uurdlck was
f Returned to Asylum.
Jennie Van der Uaon, aged G7
was sent todny to the state
Is for treatment, after having
charged from that Institution
1 For Islands
Philadelphia, April 2G. An express
train, carrying 260, kegs, each contain
ing $10,000 In stiver coin, and guard
ed by a squad of regulars, Boon leaves
this city for Now York. The coin was
stamped by the Philadelphia mint for
circulation In the Philippines.
Philadelphia. April 25. The or
mored cruiser Colorado was launched
at Cramp's shipyard today. Cora May
Peabody, daughter of tho governor of
Colorado, christened her.
You dont judge a machine by its
size, but by its capacity for work.
don't want you to consider us a bijr store just le-
Cse we cover a lanre floor space: Judjre us by the
k we do and the way we do it. It lakes something
e than a bifj slock to mike a 5uccestul business,
lest conds and honesL business methods together
h the Spot Cash plan have made
THE NEW YORK RACKET
ut it is
Our "Thomson's Glove-fitting" Sum
mer Corsets are here. Batiste and
ventilating styles. Better get one
before the warm weather comes.
We're surprlslnc everybody with our prices on
DRY GOODS Our prices on SHOES have made
ourshoe department the most popular In the
city We have what you want for the whole
family. Try one ol our suit when you need
CLOTHING. You'll find the assortment large
and the prices from 15 o 20 per cent below
We want to keep on crowlnc and It' will pay
you to help us crow- More- business means
lower prices with us.
i's Cheapest One Price Cash Store. E. T. Barnes, Prop.
n n 1 1 u ii ii h ii1 m tit i m mntfHfiinH'f
President Again Resumes his
Trip to St. Louis
Laid the Corner Stone and
Spoke Glowingly of Trip
. Gardiner, Mont., April 25. Presi
dent Itoosovelt Uils afternoon re
sumed his tour of tho West, Ilcforo
going, however, ho participated In tho
laying of the corner stono of the now
goto at the northern cntranco to Yel
lowstone park. Tho ceremonies Vqra"
performed according to tho Masonic
ritual, and was In chargo of the grand
oUlcura of tho Stato of Montana. Spe
cial trains brought hundreds of peo
ple here. Including a large body ,of
Masons, and, as the weather was per
fect, tho scene was very pretty.
Tho President rodo down from tho
post, accompanied by .Major Pitcher,
and was escorted to a gaily decorated
stand, whoro ho delivered au address.
Troops IJ and C of tho Third cavalry,
from Fort Yellowstone, woro drawn
up In front of 'tho stnnd as a guard of
honor. Frank li Smith, grand mas
tor, conducted tho services. Tho
I'roflldont, on behalf of tho Masons or
tho state, mob presonted with a Ma
sonic charm mounted on a nugget of
Muntana gold. Thero were placed In
the stono a picture of President
Roosevelt, a number of coins, coplus
of newspapers and Masonic umblams.
The President began his address by
thauklug the pooplo and tho soldJurs
for his vujayublo two weeks holiday,
and then spoko of tho natural won
ders of tho park.
Yellowstone Park Unique.
"Thi Yellowstono Park," he said,
"Ih something absolutely tinlquo In
this world, as far as I know. Nowhere
else In any civilized country Is thero
to bo found suoh n tract or vurltablo
wonderland, mado accessible to all
visitors, where at tho same tlmo not
only tho scenery of Uie wilderness,
but the wild creatures of tho park aro
scrupulously preserved as thoy wero.
Uie only change being that theso wild
creatures have been so carefully pro
tected as to show literally astounding
lameness. Tho croaUon and preser
vation of such a natural playground In
tho midst of our people ns n whole Is
a credit to Uie Nation, and. above all.
a credit to Montana, Wyoming and
(Continued on olgth page.)
All win Protest Against
Situation Is Apparently Very
London, April 25. Up to a lato
hour this afternoon tho foreign of
fice had refused further Information
concerning tho Eastern crisis. Its
unusual reUccnco hf construed as
showing tho cxtremo de)lracy of tho
situation. Definite tho refusal of tho
foreign office to give out Information,
It Is rumored that plans for a Joint
protest by Great Britain, Japan and I
tho United States aro being forma-,
lated with tho greatest rapidity, and!
mm somo action will bo tnken within
tho next 48 hours.
Thfro Is a strong bollef In govern
ment circles that llusslo. In her de
mands on China, relailvo to Manchur
ia, Is trying to perpetrate a bluff to
seo How strong the- Anglo-Japanese al
liance Is. It Is believed Itussla will
mako a display of forco In her en
deavor to cause Knglnnd to break
from her new alliance. Hut If tho nlll
onto resists with a counter demon
stration It Is believed sho will back,
Meanuhlle Hay has sent ltoosovelt'
a complete statement of the case and '
Its bearings upon American Interests.
No reply has yet boon received, and
It Is apparent the matter Is looked up-.
on hero as ono which Is so Important !
and fraught with possible dangers
that It should bo given tho moBt care- j
fill consideration. Tho stories that n
Joint protest will bo made by Japan,
Ungland and Ih'o United States are
unworthy of consideration, ns the1
United States will play a tone hand.
Hay has received n note from the
Russian nmtmstador, reiterating Hits-1
sin's previous declarations of good
will toward tho United Stntes. and nv
asserting her iHilley In Asia Is one far
from calculated to work harm to this
country. Its tenor, like that or all
forerunning Russian notes on Man-'
churia. Is so oxtromely ueneral ns to '
throw no light upon Russia's lntutw
7.trtfnBOH to Marry woro today Is
sued to Chester A. Mee and Miss Car
rie U Woly and to Walter Vinton and
Mts Cora MoullH
Defeated by British Forces
and Loses 2000 Men
Col Cobbe and His Forces
Obblo, 8oma)lland April 25. Gen.
Manning, commanding- tho British
forces In Somallland, while on tho
way to rellovo Col. Cobbe, who Is sur
rounded by forces of tho Mad Mullah,
met tho latter, and defeated him. Tho
Mullah lost 2000 killed, tho Drltlsh loss
Is not reported. Cobb was successful'
Tho forco "defeated by Manning Is
tho same that surrounded and anni
hilated Plunkett's forco last weok. It
Is composed of 12,000 men, 2000 being
Tons of Slate -Tumble
Central City, N. IX. April 25. Just
after tho day shift had left tho Do
Smot open cut of tho Homostako
mine last night hundreds of thousands
of pounds or slato fell 300 feet to tho
bottom, and continued to fall all
night. Had the fall began half au
hour earlier hundreds of men might
hnvo been killed.
8L loula, April 20. Three men
robbed tho postolflco at PergUHon this
morning, and blew tho safe. Tho ox
plosion wrecked tho building, and
uroused (ho citizens. Tho robbers
wero heavily nrmed. and several
hundred shots wero exchanged with
tho posse, which pursued them to
within a mile, of this city. Tho rob
bers secured several hundred dollars.
j To. Cure Typhoid.
Paris, April 25. Dr. Chanlumousso.
Inventor of nnti-typhuld serum, nil
uuuncea li has perfected his Inven
tlon so as to reduce the mortality from
typhoid to Hi per cent
Cuban and American Medicoes
Evfdently Nothing to Eat In
the Dining Room
Mldrld. April 25. King Alfonso and
tho Queen Mother received last night
tho delegates of tho' International
Medical Congress, which Is In session
here, Tho members wero placed In
various rooms, Tho ' Cubans ami
Americana woro placed In tho dining
room, and thoy consider this an In
tentional slight. Thoy wero preparing
to leave, whon tho American. minister
arrived, and porsuaded them ito re
main. Tho Incident Is widely dis
cussed today, and tho general opinion
Is. tho slight was Intentional.
Uerlin. April 25. A Vienna dis
patch rajs thu Turkish troops have
plundered many Macedonian Villages.
killing a number of Christians.
Indianapolis. April 25. Unfits Can
trull and membors of his gang of
ghouls wero sentenced to tho pcnlton-
Mary this morning for from threo to
tntt years. Tim cases against tho phy
sicians mulcted with tho convicted
men will bo dismissed, tho ghouls re
fusing to testify against thorn.
Thorn will bo no celebration of Ihor
anniversary by the Oddi Fellows tonight.
154 Stats St.
Phone 2874 Malm
e us oy
Which Signifies oar
'$' Capacity For Work
'A'lecoinotivo with eieht drive
rwhe4B is a greater forco that)
ritli ouly lour. It is a
jrservico lo tho public be
lts work is moro elfectivo.
!is a moro prohtablo in vest-
it to its owners, and hauls
eater multitudo of peoploat
expense than tho smaller
1ST SO WITH A
LY GOODS STORE
fstore is large, its output
lsive, therefore we aro ablo
y direct from roanufuctur-
both foreign and domes
Jo To Market
largest concerns in tho
intry bid for their business,
UtMMtso thoy aro backed by a
U-rated concern, with ready
to pay for their purchases
lake advantage of everj dis-
jt, and we lay in sucn
MiHties that wo get the low-
: take advantage f every op-
Id are just as anxious to give
good bargain as you are to
For fears We Have Been Successful In Business Neyer Failed find Never Expect To
Always Paid a Hundred Cents on the Dollar and Trusted Our Fellow Man.
Thero is no excuse for sewing now Our spec
ial vnlues in Waists will convince you that home
sowing is an oxtravigance.
Petcale Waists all colors 25c
Percale andGing. Waists 50c
White Lawn Waists - 50c
Beautiful Linens. Lawns. Oxfords, Madrasses and Novelties of all sorts
75c, $1.00 and up to $5.00
INFANTS DRESSES, ETC.
Beautiful Slips, Skirls, Dresses, Reefer Coats, etc., just received.
iW(CTr a 6HCT
at Low Prices
B WASH GOODS
Almost every storo carries Wash Goods now-a
days. That's tho more reason why you should
have the best. All that's new and stylish is hero.
Oxfords, Etamines, Lawns, Grenadines,
Optimus, Lantaisle, Silk Tissue, Dim
ities, Lace Stripe Novelties, Poplinette,
Lantaisie De Soie, Viole Velange,
Mercerised Mommie, etc., etc. Cali
coes, Muslins, Ginghams, Notions
n'tT'i pBjuBf f
Tuesday we will
sell rallied Swiss
cottage, cur tai ne
worth $2,4 $2,25
a pair, special for
that day $J.4S
Cloth Coats, Pet
TiroATS. Ask to
see our special
TOOTH BRUSH KS extra
fine anchored bristle brushes
worth 15c to 36c sjecial 10c
NEW WKAl'PEKS, KI.
MON'AS and SACQUES re
ceived today, swell new
CHEAPER IN PRICE,
BETTER IN VALUE
Wednesday wo will sell Ladies' Lace striped
black and colored hose worth 60c, OQ
COc and 05c a pair for only . wxw
TORCHON and VAL. LACES
Extra good values worth up
to 25c a yard special to close
at per yard 3c,
VERY NEW IDEAS IN
Two Piece Suits
Shirt Collars, etc , etc.
Bring the boys to us, wo are
The Pt oof of The
Padding; is in The
You linvo taslod our pudding
for 23 years and found it good.
Our growth has been duo to
your appreciation of our busi
ness methods and efforts to
WE ARE GROWING
Every day something now ar
rives at our store. This week
wo will add a lino of
Thoy aro tho Gcndron, the best
in tho market and wo want
you to see thorn.
We received a full stock of
Croquet Sets and
Cups and Saucers
Those aro new lines to us and
they mark another step in our
We Guarantee Our Prices
aai Ckalkage OffxuMUm
to Uarfttnell Us.
Our department managers aro
wide wake, each one knows his
part of the biuinetf and knows
it well- With a store full of
experienced ami erogreseivo
clerks to assist us in our effort,
how can we help but prosper.
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