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OALEM, OREGON, ; TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 1903.
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nd of 'the Queen
id in Bed with Danger-
jus Pistol Wound
capitalists. Is highly pleased with the
outlook, and will moke a favorable re
port. Tho ditch, as projected, Is 94
miles long, and tho company now has
In vluvr an extension of some. 30
miles. The estimated costof the
ditch and extension Is $1,300,000, and
will cover thousands of acres of farm
ing lands, besides numerous placer
mlneo, along Its route. It will be built
wldo nnd deep enough to carry lum
ber from tho vast sugar pine forests
at tho head of Rogue river, and Ujus
solvo tho problem of transportation
of tho timber from that region to the
AgKpted Suicide Because
Km Sent Him Away
SoYiljJ&Aprll 2S. Count Escosura,
niorroMUchusband of the auoen moth
r, wsiiTfeund In his bed tills morning
sufferiScf- from a dangerous pistol
wojjjdSlHo says tho shooting was no
cldeattJS although It Is generally be
lhiveJIVo attempted sulcldo, owing, It
ISifhurKcd, to Uio dlsgraco of having
boeSItrfinsforreil from Madrid to So-
vlllwlby, Alfonso. Tho queen mother,
dlwtnllng her son, has ordered Ks-
oSjjmJto bo brought to Madrid as
soeoTMThu Is ablo to travel.
en April 28 Hobert Han-
ilnlster of agriculture, and one
ttlcst members of tho cabinet,
ny -of pneumonia.
on April 28. Tho cablnot
jjKlng this morning was secret. It
STSellovcd Russia's demands In Man--huria
was tint subject of discussion.
Money In Timber Land.
Grant's Pass, Or.. April 28. Charles
Setzler, of Eastern Oregon, has sold
800 acres of timber land for $18,200.
This land cost $4000 five years ago.
Mr. Setiler Is worth about $300,000,
all made In tho timber business. Tho
most singular part of It Is he Is a
salesman, working for a Binall pnlary
Us Angeles, April 28. Tho police
say Williams, the mnn who It Is sup
posed lured George U Mills, tho
money louder to tho house on 10th
street, and murdorcd him, and who It
Is sold worked for Sachs Uros. In Son
Francisco, had an accomplice. The
police say there Is no clue, but nre
looking for several. One Is Dr. Walsh,
the divorced husband of Mrs. Mills.
The killing of Mills Is the fifth ms
torlous murder In a month. Thos.
dimming and J. M. Howard wore
killed In exactly the same manner
aiasgovr, April 28 A strlko of nil
bo engineers oh the Clyde is Impend
ng, oAWccount of n reduction of sal
tries, which tho employers nnnounco
r May 1st j
at Kogue Hiver
I. Or April 28. J. H. How-
t engineer of tho High IJno
mpany left for Portland last
Mr Howard Informed a re-
Mr Leslie, of Indlanapo-
has been looking ovor tho
u ditch and Its capacity In
of agricultural Irrigation and
mining purposes for tho puBt
ks In the Interest of Eastern '
Home, Apill 18. Kings Victor nnd
Edward took and early breakfast, and
then quietly visited points of Inter
OHt Tho Vatican Is In a flurry of
preparation for tho reception of King
Edward this evening, when ho- visits
Wellington. April 28. General
Chnffeo has Issued an orMer-that of
ficers nnd enlisted men ho taught nnd
pnrouraged to speak Spanish, In view
of the necessary use of the language
In our Insular jiosesslons.
Snn Francisco, April 28. The trans
port logan broke tho round trip it-c
ord to Manila, making the trip in I'J
days. She brought 1800 returned soldiers.
The Odd Fellows at Dak or City bad
a big celebration Monday.
You dont judge a machine by its :
size, but by its capacity for work.
Won't want you to consider us a big; store just be-
we cover a iarp;e noor space: juage us oy me :
we do and the wav we do it. It takes something : :
than a' bie stock to make a successful business.
hpk ""us ana nonesi ousmess meinoas togemer ;;
Wlinilfie .nnt ( :qh n m U-xra miHn
f THE NEW YORK RACKET
Iwhat 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 surprising everybody with our prices on
DRY GOODS. Our prices on SHOES hive made
oar shoe department tbenost popular In tbe
city- We have what you want for tbe whole
family. Try one of our snlts when you need
CLOTHING. You'll find tbe assortment, large
and tbe prices from 15 io 20 per cent telow
We want to keep on growing and ft will pay
you to help us grow More business means
loner prices with us
s Cheapest One Price Cash Store. E. T. Barnes, PfQp.
The Great Newspaper
Surprises the Public by Tate
Succeeded in Keeping it Quite
to the Last Minute
ttew York, April 2S. William Ran
dolph, Hearst was quietly married nt
11 o'clock this roronoon to MIm Mllll
ent Wilson, In a moo church, by
Hlohop ljtUT. Tho church was deco
rated with American Ucauty rows.
Tho bride's father rivo tho brijle
nway, her Bister ncUnj; tin bridesmaid.
Orrln Peek, tho California artist, was
Hearst's best man. Tho coremony was
followed by a woddlnx breakfast nt
tho Wnldorf-Astor, a largo ntimbor of
friends belns irosont. Chief among
tho bride's prusonts wns a ropo of
pearls from Mrs. Phoebe Hearst
The bride Is the dnughter of George
Wilson, priwldent of the American
Advance Music Co. She Is 21 yenrs
old. Hearst Is 39. Tho couple sailed
on tho KnlHer Wllholm Sucond for
lJurope this afternoon.
"Russlas real motive." continue the
correspondent, 'is to prevent China
from doing anythtns to strengthen
her position in Mongolia, which doubt
less will bo tho next Chlncso depend
ency to bo absorbed by Russia.
'I can nlso confirm tho other de
mands as telegraphetf, but Uio third
demand, concerning the rotcluslvo em
ployment of Russians, comprises all
Mongolia, it specifies, as an exam
ple, that If China wishes to employ
foreign mining experts In Manchuria,
Mongolia and apparently In Chill
though tho text here Is obscure such
experts must be Russian. It further
specifics that the commissioner of
customs nnd tho health officer nt Nul
ChWong shnlf bo Russians.
Kranklort. Ky., April 28. Argu
ments nre bulng henrd In the Howard
Wants Mongolia Next.
I.omlon, April 28. Tho Horlln cor
respondent of tho TlmoH this morning
say that ho Is unublo to confirm bin
rtiferuneu yeuteidny to Mongolia. Ho
adds that Russia alleged thnt any
elinngt' In tin- ndmlulMttntlon of Mon
golln would provoke a dlsturbanca
likely to affect neighboring territory.
St, Louis, April 28 State Senator
Dowell, ReprtsentatIvo Gardner, of
St, 1ouls, and Llcuotnont-Govoruor
L.eo were bufore tho grand Jury to
day. Hvldence of boodling by tho
school book trust In the house cf rep
resentatives last session enmo to light
In aytnnglblo form todny. It won pohI
Uv.ijy stated that a $1000 bill was de
posited by a member of tho house at
Uio time whon tho school book legis
lation Vios tho hottest. The cashier
hos been subpoenaed.
At St. Louis
Special Trains Running Ft om
all Parts of the Country
TEDDY AND GROVER
WILL BOTH BE THERE
Tiioasands of Militia Will Give Life and Color to trie
larls. April 28 On his return to!
Marseilles, President Umbel will
specially receive, the ofllcent of the
American squadron In l?uropcan
waters. whUh will pnitlclpate In his
l'ns. April 28 Tho supremo
court tins continued the sentenco of
on jHlay's Imprisonment for Haron
Socialists began tho congressional
campaign nt Albany Monday.
St. Iuls. April 28. Outward -nnd
visible signs nro abundant In Ht. Units
thnt something big Is on the tapis.
Tho day previous to the arrival of
President Roosevelt and, other notn
bleu who aro to attend the dedication
of the Louisiana lirchasa Kxposltloti
haH Ijihjii n busy ono In ninny quar
tern. Tho Immense tract where tho
grent white buildings of tho world's
fair are rapidly Hearing completion
was naturally the chief sueno of activ
ity. A writable army of workmen Is
engnged In putting things In spick
nnd span shnpe so that tho hundreds
of thousands of visitors the lattur
part of this week may gain a favora
ble Idea of tho magnitude of the com
ing exposition anil of the efforts the
Mound City Is making to Insure tho
success of tho enterprise. A surprise
Is In store for those visitors who havo
gained nn Impression that, owing to
Uio opening u yenr off, little actual
building hn been done. Of course,
the exposition ns n whole. Is In n very
Incompluto statu, but a few buildings
nre actunlly finished and when the
thoiiHnnds nssembl Thursday nt thu
I'alaco of Ultnrnl Arts they will see
on all tildes tho groat structures suf
flulently advanced to show what thoy
will look like when flnlshod. Just at
present, liowever, the workmen nro
mostly engaged In removing debrlu
and- nibbing off tho rough edges of
the picture so thnt n pleasing view of
the grounds may bo obtained. Pres
ident Roosovoit and Uio ambassadors
of foreign nations .will rldo In tho
dedication parade over asphalt drives
nnd pium between the finished fa
cades of six mammoth structures. A.
vast amount of sculpture Is In place
In thu main court, nnd Uio flags of till
nations nro being strung along tho
cornice lino of tho finished buildings.
(ConUnuod on Fourth Paso.)
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For Years We Have Beenkcessliil In Business Never Failed And Never Expect To?
Always Paid a Hundred Cents on the Dollar and Trusted Our Fellow Man.
Theru is no excuse for sowing now. Our spec
ial vnlut'8 in Wni8t8 will convince you that homo
sewing is an CAlruvigance.
Percale Waists all colors 25c
Percale andGing. Waists 50c
White Lawn Waists - 50c
Beautiful Linens. Lawns. Oxfords. Madfasses and novelties of all sorts
75c, $1.00 and up to $5.00
INFANTS DRESSES, ETC.
Heautiful Slips, Kkirts, Drosses, Reefer Coats, etc., just rtcoiveil
RUBBER SHEETS fi'
PTTFmFP RIBS I
at Low Prices
Almoit ovory storo carries Wish tiooils nowu
days, 'That's tho more reason why you fhould
havo tho host. All that's now and stylish is hero.
Oxfords, Etamines, Lawns, Grenadines,
Optimus, Lantaisle, Silk Tissue, Dim-
pities, Lace Stripe Novelties, Poplinette,
Lantaisie De Soie, Viole Velange,
Mercerised Mommie, etc., etc. Cali
coes, Muslins, Ginghams, Notions
Wrf rUCADBD TXT rT-T-r
BETTER IN VALUE
Tuesday we will
toll ruMel Hwisi
cottage cur taipe
worth fi, & $2.26
n pair, social for
that day $J.48
CtOTii Coats, 1'kt
tiooats. Ask to
seo our special
Spring h uU.
TOOTH IJRU8III-8 extra
lino anchored hristfe'brushes
worth 16c to 36c jcoial 10c
NBV WKAPPEH8, KL
MORA'S and SACQUES re
ceived today, swell new
Wednesday wo will soil Ladles' Laco striped
black and colorod hoso worth 60c, OQ
OOo and 05c a pair for only 3C
TORCHON and VAL. LAOES
Extra good vulues worth up
to 25c u yard special to close
at per yard Sc.
VERY NEW IDEAS IN
Two Piece Suits
Shirt Collars, etc , etc.
Bring the boys to us, we aro
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