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THE D AILY JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, APRIL 27, 1903.
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Popular designs in dainty lnccs
and insertion. It will be grently
to your advantngo to buy Inces
Monday, worth from Oc to 10c.
Nowukt itlciw in Holts at
greatly reduced jiriccs.
$1.00 bolta 80c, $1.25 bolts 1.12
$1J0 bolts $1.35 i to.
Monday and Thursday arusjxicial
Tuesday and Friday aro iliah
Timber Land Business is
All Kinds of Rumors Con
There seems to bo a went l,,B
bunch of trouble down Roseburg way
over tho location of Umber lands.
Tho central figure, according to the
papers down that way, seem ot bo a
Miss Waro who, It appears was a
United States commissioner. All
kinds of statements hare been made,
Roma of them connecting her name
with certain tlmbor location people.
Tho condition at present shows an
Indictment against Miss Ware, and
that sho Is In tho language of tho law
"non est." If tho assertions mndo
by somo of our contemporaries aro
true, there will bo some salicloiis de
velopments should sho bo brought to
book. Thu Kugono Register of Satur
8lnco tho Resistor's report yester
day first nppflsed Its leaders of Sec
retary Hitchcock's latest action In Ore
gon land frnuds there havo boon prnr-
tlcally no new developments. The
secretary's charges also Include two
other commissioners of tho three re
cently removed by Judge Uolllnger
II. W. Hood of Dond; J. W. Hnmnker,
of Illy, and J. O. Ilamnkor, of Ronnnza
Miss Waro nnil the two other two
commissioners aro to bo urrnlgtied for
porjury, falsification of records and
conspiracy, with additional minor
charges ngalust each.
Miss Wnro'u whereabouts Is not
known nt this timo. Sho loft somo
time nao ostensibly to Islt with
friends In San Kranulseo and later re
turnOil io Portland bill It lias been
learned thnt sho uhsIii ruttiriiud to
riii) three ex-commlflslonors. when
nrrestcd, will be bound over to await
the action of tho federal grand jury.
When this step liab been taken, vig
orous prosecutions win lonow. in
which evidence collected by Spociol
AkhiiU (Ireon mid I.Iiiiibii will form
thehnsls of tho case.
Collusion with LocMeri.
In somo of these cnsis the evidence
clearly Indlrntes thnt the commis
sioners hnvo been In collusion with
tho land locators and cruisers and by
Improper methods baro been able to
reap considerable personal gain out
of their transactions. Fictitious en
tries hare also been made In several
Instances, the commissioners assum
ing solo responsibility in these cases.
The three commissioners whoso ar
rest have been ordered aro said to be
guilty of more than gross negligence,
as the evidence establishes the fact
that they wilfully violated tho laws
under which they are permitted to
receive land filings, with tho solo Idea
of profiting by their Illegal action.
This is the story up to date, but It
remains to bo seen whether the
charges so generously made can bo
His Birthday Celebrated
Galena, His Old Illinois Home
Leads Them All
Washington, April 27. Tho su
preme court of the United States to
day declared In the case of tho ne
groes of Montgomery county, Ala
bama, who complained that under the
new constitution their names aro not
registered on the voting list, thus ex
cluding the black race from 'voting,
thnt the circuit court was right In dis
missing their bill ily this decision
tho trentment of the negro franchise
Is left to tho state dodartmont.
Tho opinion of tho court was read
by Justice Holmes, who was followed
by Justice Harlan, who delivered a
strong dlssontlng opinion. Tho ma
jority opinion of the court hold It wns
lniMislbl(! to grant thu relief, as it
would be tinhunrd of and extraordin
ary extension of equltablo law to po
litical matters. Ilrewer, representing
his own views, and those of Drown,
declared the only quostlon Involved
was. whether tho federal court had
jurisdiction. That tho circuit court
did hnvo jurisdiction Is to my mind
clear. The ense should have re
mained for further trial.
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Cash. Meat Market
130 Court Street
WIU continue to serve the public tet
ter than ever, and our prices will al
ways be the lowest.
WllHteecthe verv choicest of meats
oi band constantly
No account to old for us to handle'
We charge no membership fee, no
docket fee, no postage fee. no charges
unless a collection Is made,
The VAN ALSTINE. GORDON & CO.
Room 4, 275 12 Commercial St.
Phone Main 801-
A. R. MORGAN 4 CO. Managers.
NEEDHAM & CO.
fMlntlng. Catsomlnlnsr and Paper
Matting. Work all Guaranteed.
Leave orders at Savage & Fletcher's
Feed Store. SALEM. OREGON-
McCormlck Cutting Machinery.
Russell ThrethlViQ Machinery.
Dlrdiell Clover Hullers.
Benlcla Hancock Disc Plows.
Syracuse Chilled and Steel Plows,
Buffalo Pitts Harrows.
Monitor Drills and Seeders.
Iron Aqo Qsrden Tools.
All sorts of Cultivators.
Fairbanks-Morse Gasoline Engines,
Sharpies Tubular Cream Separa
tors, White Sewing Machines.
Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machines.
Sewing Machine Oil and Supplies,
Reside nil sorts of lmnetttlnic sup
piles, binder twine, extras for Mo-
Cormlck, Woods and Osborn machln
ory, and vvorythlng usually carried In
u rst-class Implomuut ami machinery
Wu guaranteo our goods to give
satisfaction, mid any time yon fall to
get satisfaction wo wtmt to know It.
F. A. WIGGINS
255-257 Liberty St., Salem.
Farm Machinery, Dlcycles, Sewlns
Machines and Supplies,
N. H. Burley,
Sewing Machln ,iHn. ,
Now York. Apill 27. The Unrl of
Yarmouth wns this morning served
with n writ of attachment Issued by
thu court of tho King's bench, In Lon
don, last March, nt the Instance of
tho Security (luurtinty Company of
London, for n debt of $1600. borrowed
In 1002. Interest chnrges are also
added nt vnrylng rates, ranging fiom (
$loo to $IWU per annum. The service
whs mail personally In his apart
ments. while the earl's imrty wns with
him. The earl wns painfully enilmr
lusfted. but accepted It, and declared
he would mak nnswer within the re
quired time. 40 days.
Galena, III. April 27. Citizens of
Galena today paid tribute to the mem
ory of tho city's most Illustrious son.
Gen. U. S. Grant. It was the 81st
birthday anniversary of the gTeat
commander and tho eleventh annual
celebration under tho auspices of the
Grant Ilirthday Association. These
celebrations In the lead mine city
hate long since ceased to bo merely
a local event. The city thnt gave the
commander of the Union armies to
tho nation loves thus to cherish his
memory. Tho commemoration this
year proved a fitting successor to the
notwortliy observances thus begun In
1893, when William McKlnley was
the orator, and In which Theodore
lloosovelt and other omlnent scholars
and public men have journeyed hero
to pay tribute to the memory of the
The annual address was delivered
today by Senator Joseph W. Hailoy
of Texas, In addition, to the orator of
the day there were prosent many per
sons of prominence from Chicago nnd
elsewhere. Tho oxorclsos took place
In Turner Mall. Immediately after the
arrival of tho Chicago party. Tho
president of the association Intro
duced Senator Hailoy, who delivered
a mnstorful oration. The city was
gaily decorated In bunting for the oc
casion.- and thore was a largo attend
nncc from the surrounding towns.
tho general "canlrio freedom such is
tho plcturo which often represents
tho land of liberty to tho astonished
European. Tho objection to such a
stato of affairs Is not measured by the
number of massacred. Any self-.rcs-pectlng
nation would spend a thou
sand lives in war rather than, have
one citizen unjustly treated. That
the victim of automobiles, mad dogs
or trolly cars number few In tho total
deathratc does not touch tho real dis
grace. A reproach to our civilization
is involved, to our self-government
An American citizen should bo pen
mittcd to walk along an American
street In safety. If he Is murdered
by a dovll-wagon, thero should bo re
dress. Tho children killed by rabies
will not caus race suicide, but their
fato Is our shame. Dcttcr that a
hundred men should legitimately die
than ono child should be deprived of
life through neglect or Indolence.
The death of a fireman in pursuance
of duty, of a citizen in response to the
summons that comes to nil, has only
tho sadness of our common fate. Ev
ery death which Is caused by crime.
Incompetence or Indlffcrcnco Is an
outrage. It Is a reproach which a na
tion Bhould use Its utmost to remove.
To treat such things with unconcern
Is as unworthy as Is tho Chinese In
difference to military duty nnd courage.
spend houia soaking,
prodnwa belter results int"! V
water and set to cool. ItWrfiT'wbl
prise to to housewife. iffifevM
Denae. Trr It tiul. t . ftei
TnrUIul. t tBI
Torsi Lemon. Omn n?&
berry. Atgrooew. 10o '
Chicago, April 27. What -J
Cortelyou to Speak at Pittsburg.
Pittsburg, l'ft., April 27. The pres-
enco or mon or national iamo win
mnko especially noteworthy tho nn
mini banquet tonight of the Amorlcan
Hopubllcnn Club celebration of
Grant's blrthdny. Socrutary Cartel
von will be tho principal spenker nnd
hi addtoss Is looked forward to with
particular Intorost ns it will bo his
llrst publlo speech slnco his appoint
ment ns head of the new department
of Inbor and commorco.
We offer In oar BOOK DE
PARTMENT, have made a
deep and lasting impression
upon the public mind we
arc now sacrificing all odds
and ends In BOOKS at prices
that positively will not he
duplicated after this sale.
The prices we Quote are
facts, not theories, and you
had better take advantage
of It tomorrow. Here they
are-sce our Eas window.
50c BOOKS 19C
40c BOOKS 14C
25C BOOKS 9c
Besides we offer you your
choice of our five volume
sets of standard works at
iPattons Book Store.
IB AN IMPORTANT FEATURE OF OUR BUSINESS. OUR SUCCESS
THE PAST SEVEN YEARS IN SAI.MM IS DUB ENTIRELY TO HIGH
GRADE WORK. PROM IT SERVICE AND REASONABLE CHARGES.
IF YOU HAVE A BROKEN LENS.FRAME. OR ANYTHING IN THE
OPTICAL LINE I1RINO IT TO DS AND WE WILL RESTORE IT TO
ITS ORIOtNAL U8EFULNES3 At REASONABLE COST ,
Lenses In Frames, from 25 to 50c.
Lenses, Rlmeleta, 50 to 75c
NEXT TIME YOUR GLA8SE3 BREAK TRY US WE HAVE THE IN.
STRIMENTS FOlt MEA8URINO YOUR EYE OR LENSES,
CHAS. H. HINGES
Pioneer Optician, 88 State St., Next doorito Bpjh's Ban
New York. April 27.- Fear of vio
lence nt the hands of the Maria.
unused n gunoml disappearance nt thu
jury which wuh to hold an Inquost
this morning Into the death of Ma
donla. whoso body was found In a
barrel, and for whose murder 13 Itnl
lans were held. When the coroner
called the case at 10:30 this mornlng
only n few Jurors were present, it IS
Itmrnod that over lutlf of the Jurors
disappeared when It wns Warned they
were expected to serve In a Mafia
case. The coroner adjourned the cose
until this afternoon.
Philadelphia. April 27. In the su
promo court tudny Justice Mitchell
fully exonerates and liberates Pri
vate Wadsworth for killing a minor
while on duty with his regiment dur
ing the anthracite strike The mat'
ter came up on a writ of habeas cor
pus. The decision Is Important to
national guardinen. as It defines thejr
lines of duty whn called out.
President Is Busy.
Grand Island, Nelt. April ST. Pres
ident Roosevelt bogan a strenuous day
by turning the first soil for the Car
negie library. He made an address
In front of the high -school building.
His train left here at 9.15.
Hastings Neb.. April 27. Roose
velt, In his speech hero, urged all to
contluuo tree planting, and paid a
high compllmeut to J. Storllng Mor
ton, who. as secoatary of agriculture
In Cleveland's cabinet, was the father
of the Arbor Day movement He said
that millions of sehooi chtklreh,
through this, were learning the great
lessons which center about tr. arid
Call at Harritt & Lawrence's to
morrow, and get a free cup of Hakro's
ocoa. It Is delicious
Hanna to Sneak at Salem.
SnL-m. O.. April 27. The Grant
Imuquet of the Hanna club tonight
promises to he tho most notable affair
of Its kind ever glen here. 'I lie
club tins arranged the following list
of speakers and teasts: "General
Grant." Hon. J. H. Hurrows of Pnlnos
vllle. O.: "The Eighteenth District."
Hon. James Kennedy of Youngstewn:
-Industrial Penue." Senntor M. A.
Hanna of Cleveland; "Unconditional
Surrender." X J. Grnnt of Canton;
"Grniit's Native Stat"." Col. Myron T.
Hurrick of Cleveland; "The Elephant
and Its Keener." James E. Caroy of
Banquet ta Boston.
Boston. Mass.. April 27. The Mid
dlesex Club gives Its annual banquet
at the Hotel Brunswick tonight In cel
ebration of Grant's birthday anniver
sary. Secretary of tho Navy Moody
and other prominent speakers aro to
Kansas City, April 27. There Is a
cut rate newspapor war on hore. The
World today offers tho dally afternoon
and Sunday paper or 5 cents a week.
Another local papers already gives a
morning, evening nnd Sunday paper
for 10 ceuts a weak.
Contempt for Life.
A foreign obsorver. asked what
struck him most as charaotarlstls of
America, 'replled: "Accidents, homi
cides and genoral contempt for hu
man life." Railway accidents, and no
ono punished; automobile slaughter,
and no legal control; lynchlngs on
the Increase; feuds among tho citi
zens, cables and trolleys in tbolr wild
oareer; mad dogs biting a dozen
children at a time, with no oheck on
rHK SIDNEY POWER CCfcl
Mads for family use, uk r I
grocer for It Bru Z
aorta always on kand.
A. T. WAIN Aff,l
Fresh Chocolate k,
Flew, de $hm
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tsar CLOSING SALE jA
HI? RAISE CASIIty
Fine Stock of Shoes fw
Men and Women.
- ) Must go nt your own lira?
Jacob Vogt, 265 ComlS
- I. EOFF. E. HARTW
NOT IN THE TRUSIi
i But for Quality of otr
g Meats, Lard and Poultry
we challenge any com
$ petltortomect us Inei-
jj cellence Housekeectn
' know this
I EOFF & HARTLEY r
l 140 state Street
Phone 2853 Main. l
Salem, onw ?
J. A. HOW ELL 1
In Stelner's Fish Market, t!iiIJ?
Freiih meats of all kinds, html, &&
tiers, bncou, lard, etc. ProntttSffflB
Phone, Main uM
To havo your Bicycle oiertJM
Cleaned, Rims or Tires put oa,eri '
thing elso you may need, andtttartlj
a cood nlace. to brine It. J-n
r-mt.nr unADM Of
rrcAiiri j. muuwj
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. SNAPS In The Dry Goods Line For
Tuesday and Wednesday
To start the tall rolllne for the next two days, we have dlfti
to cut and slash prices to pieces. We don't keep roods la j
store for the purpose oflooklne at them we have them nere
sell.fand that we will do If prices are any object to the to).""
When It comes to the selling of reliable dry goods at little en
we don't take a backseat from any house In the Willamette VJh
ley. Look our prices over carefully and see if you can flni
money savers in the following list-
For Sale. .Freeh Jersey cow, with
cnlf S days old. Rnquiro John
Mnrnach. 4 miles west on Independ
ence road. 4-26-3t
Blacksmith Wanted. A good black
smith, horseahoer or wagon maker,
can secure an excellent location.
Uttle capital needed and plenty of
business. Inquire of "S." 'care
Journal otttce. 4-27-tf
Wanted. A gentle riding and driving
horse. "iT," at Journal office.
Business Room. Rare opportunity to
secure n most desirable business
ic-cauon Inquire of "D " care of
Jvurna! 4 27 Gt
S00 yds best standard calicoes, yd,
400 yds Jap. wash silk, new colors,
600 yds .Fanoy. Lawns. Fast Colors,
360'ds Irish dre88tllnQnsr.:!5c qual
ity, sale priee yd, ISo,'1
20 doz Turkish towels, site 36
Inches long, 15c quality, salo price,
260 yds black silk Peau do Sole,
yard guaranteed, salo p,rice, 85c.
$1.35 quality, thick and heavy, every
300 yds black . Taffeta silk, 75c
quality, salo price, yd, 59c
Wo are showing tho swollcst lino ot
ladles' shirt waists in Salem, Get our
Children's SOc Swiss caps, each. 5c.
Children's 11.26 trimmed leghorn
Children's 75c silk embroidered
caps, only 35c.
Our stock of plain and too
coes, dress and apron glP
complete. Get our prices.
15c, white Indl linen, yd.
1000 yds 6c houso Ilnln?, )'
7c. fancy foco towels. c
K yoV'want tho rignt P
dress goods, silk and w!1
ai me unicagu mu.v tm
Ladles' 60c sailor hati I
Ladles' 20c silk nnlhrf
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Ladl,s 18e Swiss blTu
85c ribbon corsets, e
. oa ...i .maI rottOB. "
Best darning cottoJJ, "
Rest hair pins 2 pUK tel '
.-... -.-.. ..! 4 fer c
uesi. nam on - - i
lien's 45c work shirt tL
Men's 45e underwr sZt
Men-s $2.00 dress pu
Trie Cheapest Store on Earth.
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