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THE DAILY t JOURNAL.
MONDAY, APRIL 27, 19d3.
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Hn, April 27. A Constantinople
ndent of tho Tageblntt eaya
oH recall or tno uusBian nmuasna-
BSymnovlefr, may occur In the near
jiwtrojj'diio to his lack of success in
ftfe tho Ilusslan will on Turkey,
to tho Balkan reform.
, April 27. Windham, scc
Ireland, In reported ill, but
mot to do serious.
Lancaster, Ohio, April 27. FWe
men -were frightfully scalded by an
explosion of hot metal at Marietta to
day. Two had their oyea burned out,
and received fatal Injuries. Tho oth
ers arc In a critical condition.
Still Talking Veneiuela.
London, April 27. In tho house of
Commons today Cranborne, replying
to a question, stated the claims
against Venezuela would bo consid
ered by a mixed tribunal at Caracas.
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;size, dux dv its capacity m woik.
don't want vou to consider us a bier store fust be
cause we cover a large floor space: Judge us by the
work we do and the way we do it. It lakes something
more than a big stock to make a successful business,
itttmest coods and honest business methods together
"iih the Spot Cash plan have made
ITHE NEW YORK RACKET
Our "Thomson's Glove-fitting" Sum
mer Corsets are here. Batiste and
ventilating styles. Better get one
before the warm weather comes.
We're surprising everybody with our prices on
DRY GOODS. Our prices on SHOES have made
our shoe department the most popular In the
city We have what you want for the whole
family. Try one ot our suit when you need
CLOTHING. You'll find the assortment large
and the prices from 15 to 20 per cent fcelow
We want to keep on erowlnir and It will pay
you to help us crow. More business means
lower prices with us.
Price Cash Store. E. T. Barnes, Prop.
1 1 it i i iiiiiiiiiiiiniinmiii
f t what it is
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i's Cheapest One
modorate, and all were turned Into tho
Insular treasury and fullr accounted
Citizens claimed that in ono concern
tratlon camp", In ono Instance, there
wcro 600 crowded Into ono biilfdlnjc.
'Tho physician ald ho was ready to
testify that many died of suffocaUon.
Wllofl Inspected tho bulldlntr. which
lumaui ruui ana innuman.wft fM :.r. .;.t: r.!
statement of the caso bo forwarded
to him at Manila, but ho noTer re
ceived It. Ho says that, whether In
fluence was brought to bear to pro
vent their formal statement, either by
persuasion or coercion, ho Is not pro
pared at tho present tlmo to stato. Ho
says; ho found that certain, officers re
garded such acts as justifiable.
In that part of tho report dovotcd
to tho Moro question ho says tho
problem of control is not apparently
difficult. Ho says tho Insurgents aro
poorly armed, and havo no means of
withstanding mounted nrtlllery or
field mortars. Ho made a personal
Inspection of tho scene of hostilities
around Lao Lane, and found the forts
have a vory slight resisting power.
Ho advises the establishment of per
manent stntlons there at strategic
points, and objects to the employ
ment of American soldlors In road
making, without extra compensation.
Summing up his observations through
out tho Islands, ho comments on their
unucalthful condition, asserting that
few escape tho debilitating ef-
Washington, April 27. A part of
General Miles' special report, based
on his recent Inspection of tho Philip
pines, Is made public today. It hints
that array vfflcors resort to cruel and
Inhuman torturo of natives In tho con
centration camps, and their action Is
condemned. Attention Is called to tho
salo of food to. natives confined there
at a good profit. Some porUons ot the
Islands traversed appeared to bo de
vastated, and tho natives depressed.
Ho heard complaints of prominent
citizens ns to tho harsh treatment,
and they told Miles that thoso who
had been In the concentration towns
suffered grvnt Indignities.
They said that 1G of their people
had been tortured by tho wator cure,
and ono man was burned to deaUi.
These atrocities. Miles was told, wore
committed by n company' of
under Lieutenant Honneosoy.
In ordor to correct such erroneous
and dnngorous impressions, and to
prevent such nets In tho future ho
addressed tho division commander
virtually an order dated February
28th, calling attention to tho roports
of atrocities, nml directing that any
orders or circulars of personal In
struction which would Inspire or on
eourago any act of cruelty bo Immedi
ately annulled. Judge Advocnte-Qon-oral
Davis, In n luttor to tho secretary
of war, replied to tho acts complained
of In Miles' report, and says tho In
cidents havo been mado tho subject of
Bpcclal InvoetlgatlonH, and In soinu
InMnncou by court-martlnl. whoso or
ders havo already been made public.
Davis refers to Mites' charge of rice
sold In the concentration camps at a
profit, says It whb purchased by the
subsistence department, and that tho
profits in the transactions wero very
scouts (fpo.ts of the climate.
He compliments tho troops on their
cariHtttncss and fnlthfulniws. As ro
gards the discontinuance of tho liquor
feature, ho thinks that the canteens
nru beneficial. Ho says' thnt, while It
Is pi aim od th people aro pacified, ov
donees of hostility toward American
sovereignty are npparent. Dally ac
counts were received of depredations,
hostilities and disturbances. Ho mo
vurely criticises tho occupancy of
churches by the troops. Ho recom
mends that at least ono point In tho
vicinity of Manila bo fortified beyond
the possibility of rapture by a foreign
licet. Much space Is devoted to tho
Impoverished condition of tho natives
by reason of war. pestllonco and fam
lnt. This uhoutd receive Immediate
and serious consideration. He roc
friends tlirit transports bo utilized
in carrying corn and wheat from the
Pacific coast for the relief of the
THE 1 ITLE
Footman Was Literally
Chased Down by Her
He Says She Dragged Him as
a Lamb to the Altar
Umdoii, .April 27. William Drown,
tho solf-styled Frlnco Athrobold, who
married tho Countess Itussell, and
who was recently arrested on tho
charge ot making a falsa assertion,
was today remanded for hearing at
tho Juno assizes. Further testimony
Bhowcd that Drown Informed tho
countess thnt ho wan tho son ot Uio
Emperor of Austria, "n wicked old
man, who Is trying to keep mo from
my money," Drown says, after tho
countess belloved him to bo n prince,
Bho literally dragged him Into a mar
rlago, and ho hnd no Idea of com
mitting any offense.
The Regular .
llurrafo.v Kan.. April 27. Hy tho
wrecking of-ho nqrtlibotuul Missouri
l'anlflc stock and work train last
night 11 men woro killed and 2C In
jured. Tho dead aro Greek and Ital
ian laborers, with tho exception of
tho work boss. Fry, who Is an Ameri
can. Of tho Injured four will die. Mis
r tunllng of tho orders caused tho
work train to bo backed rapidly (nto
tho stock train, which ran Into It nt
n curve. Tho lint cars and cabooso
are kindling wood. Tho Injured men
wero removed to the hospital nt ('of-foyvlllo.
Evidently Feels that Other
Powers will Sustain Her
It is Now Up to the Czar
Make Bluff Good
london, April 27. In tho Ilousn of
Commons this afternoon Cranborne,
replying. to an interpellation regard
ing tho Balkan situation, stated that
fresh and earnest reurcscntatlonB
urging promised reforms lu Macedo
nia had beon mado In Uio last fow
dayH by both Ilusslan and Austrian
Ambassadors. Tho ambassadors, sup
ported by tho other powers, ho addod,
had also urged tho appointment of
Kuroponn officer to reorganlzo tho
gendanr-orlo. Official announcement
Ib mado hero this afternoon that Uio
Chinese government ban refused to
grant Russia's demands relatlvo to
for the Press
I Salt Lake. April 27. Tho prollm-
lnnry hearing of Arthur Drown, form
er senator from Utnh, charged with
adultery with Mrs. Annlo Dradley.
brought by Mrs. Drown, wan oponcd
this morning. Owing to tho naturo of
j tho evidence, tho court ordered tho
public and representatives ot Uio
press to leave tho room.
Vatquez In Cuba.
Panama, April 27. Pnwldont Vas
quo, of Han Domingo, and Ku politic
nl rerugtioM woro landed nt Guantano
ma, Cuba, todny from the. gunboat
President, having lied from an mimic
1S4 Otsta 8t.
Prions 2874 Main.
Ttfctge Us By
I ; Out Site
"Wkkh Signifies our
h Capacity For Work
A locomotive with eight drive
whtls is n creator force than
with only four. It is a
lor service to the puhlio be
o its work is moro effective.
is a mpro profitable invest-
it to its owners, and hauls
mi eater multitude of people at
; expense than tho smaller
For Years We Have Been Successful In Business Never Failed find Never Expect To
Always Paid a Hundred Cents on the Dollar and Trusted Our Fellow Man.
Almost evory storo carries Wash Goods now-n
JST SO WITH A
IY GOODS STORE
1 store is large, its output
ineive, theroforo we are ablo
fJilSay direct from manufacture
, botli foreign and domes-
When Our Bayers
" I HAn .TvaI
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tho largest concerns in the
country bid for their business,
because they are backed by a
fcyeU-rated concern, with ready
to pay for their purchases
llftke advantage of every dhr
t-nt, and we lay in such
mtities that wo get the low-
take advantage.of every op-
id are just as anxious to give
ijood bargain as you are to
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Thero is no oxcuso for sewing now. Our spec
ial values in Waists will convince you that homo
sewing is an eztraviganco.
Percale Waists all colors 25c
Percale andGfng. Waists 50c
Wliite Lawn Waists - 50c
Beautiful Linens. Lawns. Oxfords, Madrasses and Novelties of all sort
75c, $1.00 and tip to $5.00
INFANTS DRESSES, ETC.
Beautiful Slips, Skirts, Dresses, Reefer Coats, etc., just received.
at Low Prices
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Vj- days. I hats the more reason why you piionld
; havo tho best. All that's new and stylish is hero.
StSU , . . . . . ..
h. uxioros, ntamines, Lawns, irenaaines,
' "v Opttotfs, Lantalsic, Silk Tissue, Dim-
" ities, Lace Stripe Novelties, Poplinette,
Lantaisie De Soie, Viole Velange,
Mercerized Mommie, etc., etc. Cali
coes, Muslins, Gingnams, Notions
j CHEAPER IN PRICE,
BETTER IN VALUE
Tuesday wo will
sell.ru filed Swiss
worth $2, & $2.i
a pair, special for
that day $.48
t'LOTU Coas, I'fcT
tiooats. Ask to
seo our special
TO'iTII UKUSIIES extra
hue uiiflioretl bristle brushes
worth 5c to 36o speciul 10c
NEW WKAPl'IJHS, KI
MUNAS and SAGQUKS re
ceived iolHy, swell new
Wcdnesduy wo will sell Ladies' Lace striied
block and colored hose worth 50c, CLQ
GOo and G5o a pair for only 37C
TORCHON and VAL. LACKS
Extra good values worth up
to 25c a yard special to close
at per yard 3c.
VERY NEW IDEAS IN
Twn Piece Suits
Shirt Collars, etc , etc.
Bring the boys to us, we are
The Pioof of The
Pudding is in The
You havo tasted 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
Evory day eomcthing now nr
rives at our store. This wook
we will add a lino of
Tlioy are tho (iundron, tho best
in tho market and wo want
you to seo them.
We recoived a full stock of
Croquet Sets and
Cups and Saucers
These aro new lines to us and
they mark another stop in our
We Guarantee Our Prices
and Challenge Oppostfloa
to Undersell Us.
Our department managers aro
wide wake, each one knows his
part of tho businoaa and knows
it well. With a storo full of
experienced and srogrBiivo
clerks to assist us in our elfqrtj,
how can we helpbut prober.