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SALEM. OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 1903.
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Continues Present Favo
JPTS MR. HENRYS
IBERAL OFFER FOR LIGHTS
fhus Also Secures Free Lights For the
Icouncll mot Inst cvonlng In
8slon, anil the chief busl-
Bosslon was for tho con-
. of cloctrlc lighting;. All
ttt tho council wow present.
Mr. Henry, tho new own-
atom Light, Power &. Trnc-
ny, nccompanlod by Man-
Bf, Engineer wnltled nna
ilttoo on ordinance vor-
imended tho passago of tho
Dee ordlnnnco, and two or
,55f'lllt Ordered Paid.
iWMKCS 1', & 1'. UO. . .
Mtcs T, & T. Co. . .
Improvement Co. ..
V. VD. Co h
pi-fcte k. Mitoj
WWto & Son 1.80
l PeUol 3.C5
nson A Ha-gaii ... 1.35
I Q. Reasower - 50
W. V. Geors-e&. U0
A, M. SouthwlcK ."
Safem TJfcWT. Co t. 220.43
M,.JMsfcop .. ....'. 4-BO
Ik M. W-eA Co 12.10
MHm Kelson 6.00
. Bontloy 28.65
Ortawold . Chaso 3504
W. J. Culver 93.00
J. K. Habcrly 2.70
& S. Bentley -GO
W. W. Ynllam C.OO
u, Rift":...... s.60
Mrs. B. Wldderaholm 4.20
Tho jwtllloa, asking for a sidewalk
m Twelfth street, In Yow Park, was,
upon motlofli' granted.
A liquor. llcaso was granted to P.
P Ta!klato)0 t m .. .
a lnitxp wread from tho union
Light ,FWHrCompany and -A. II.
Kurtz, askhnr'lfce withdrawal of their
appllcaUcjtIa franchlso for elcc--Ik
nurrow nSlthat tho said franchise
Police Haye Found
Duplicate Bottle in '
Also Discovered Where She
Secured the Box-She wilti 1
Nr Utk Titrftf Dirt
bo not cranted. and tho motion lire-
Bids for Wood.
C. A. Grav offered 100 cords of blc
fir at 13.05 por cord.
Alexander Ilnrold offered 75 cords
nt hlfr (If nt it OR
Upon motion tho city recorder was
authorized to contract for Mr. Har
old's 75 cords.
A communication was received
frnm ihn pnnntv nntiri nnltlnif Mint fhn
city supply two electric lights at tho
corners oi uio couri nouso square, in
asmuch as tho county now maintains
two Hiich lluhts. Mr. Hubbard moved
that the mntter bo tabled. Carried.
Tho Commercial Club Carnival com
mltoo asked for permission to string
two banners across the streets. Car
rlod. A. A. and M. II Sperry asked per
mission to reshlnglo a stable back of
No. 333 Commercial street. Htou
moved that samo bo denied, as samo
Is within tho tiro limits. Hubbnrd
spoke against tho motion and StoU In
favor of It. Those voting nyo were
Catlln. Pohle. Sims and StoU Those
voting no were Uurrows, Hubbard.
Larson and walker, Tho mayor voted
aye. and tho request was demon.
Tho itctltlon of tho draymen, asking
that certain rails of tho street car
linn lin ilnmnfmntlzpil WHS renil. Mid.
tho engineer of tho company being
present, up wuh asxcti to explain mo
matter. Mr. "Whlttcd enmo forward.
and, with a pencil and sheet or paper,
undortook to demonstrate If tho track
Is Intact It Is a physical Impossibility
f6r horses to bo shocked uion a rail.
Ho further stated that tho present
management of tho ronil was engagou
In rebuilding Its tracks, and that,
therefore any defects that may now
exist will soon bo overcome. Tho
matter was referred to tho street
A communication was rcau irora j.
C. and O. O. Ilrown. asking that bi
cycles bo excluded from tno east biuo
of Commercial street south of Ferry.
StoU. moved that tno samo oo roierrcu
ot tho commltteo on ordinances, wltli
Instructions to report additional sec
tions of sidewalks from which to ex
pel wheels. Tho mayor spoko In fa
.. n voi,,,iirif- whwlA from all side-
VUI w. v..M...r. "- .
walks during tho summer season, at
least Ho ntnted laceuouaiy wia. u
Memphis, May 20. Tho requisition
papers for Elizabeth McCormlck hafe
nub uct-'il lluuuiL-u. vju.uiuur riiiut
says icgai oogiacies prevent, n, as
woman Is not a fugttlvo from Ohio.
Cincinnati, May 20. Tho officer
admit they have about relinquish
all hoixj ot taking her to Ohio, and ar
preparing to try her here. Incrlmt
natlng evidence Is being slowly gat
ored. Tho police havo dlscovcrec:
where sho secured tho bottto In which)
tho itolsoncd whisky was shipped, and!
also claim to havo found a duplicate
bottle In Poll's saloon.
Eight Thousand Residents of
Tondo District Homeless
Manila, May 20. Eight thousand
residents qf tho Tondo district are
rendered hotnel ss by tho destruction
by lire of 2000 native houses. Tho
damage Is estimated at Jl.000.000. The
municipality Is caring for tho homeless.
(Continued on Fourth Fags.)
Tey Say We Don't Know The Yalue of
:M Or We Would Get More For Them
sTh Jwqso we buy rom eoems to bo troubled tho sumo way, X
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)tlym can profit by our jgnoranco as long as wo au kck j
... . vJf.iJ i M. , ,.riQ Our nlnn is not to COt OS S
tkm we think an artiolo will soil for, Jmt to mark it at J
IJWNS1H nv ". - -- - m
urjlar low profit ovon if it is worth twice the prlco wo J
Prices Are So Low They'll Surprise You.
Nttr5V Embroidery, Appliques, Medallions, Ribbons.
W85t you to examino our lino of DRESS GOODS.
Tfasew dotted Brilliantines are beauties. We are
MYing you from 35c to 50o per yard on the better grades of
,uneviois, eta o imvo u gicu..Mv.j . - y
Goods, Oxford Waislings, and, a" beautiful line of
pmings. " .
IJg line of corsets and muslin underwear jusi in.
are will be closed from 8:30 till 12:45
Tie New Ybk Racket
's Cheapest One-Price Cash Store.
E. T. Barnes, Prop, f
llcddlng. May -20. Tho President
mado n 10-mlnute stop at llcddlng,
and addressed Uio crowd about tho
station, praising tho stato and Its
people and preaching a short sermon
ongood citizenship. Just before tho
train left Sacramento lant night an
old man boarded tho buffet car, At
lantic, and grasped a secret service
man's hand "Teddy," ho oxclalmcd,
"I hopo you will havo a pleasant
Journey. I love your administration,
and- hopo you' will bo elected for an
As tho President had gono to bed,
tho detectlvo thanked tho Sacramento
enthusiast, shook hands with htm, and
told him bo liked just his sort of citi
zens, and sent him away happy,
Now York, May 20. Clara llarton
has Issued an appeal to the American
peoplo 1n behalf of tho ItoU Cross or
ganization, and announces that tho
mniAtv will im niu-tlallv roorcanlted.
and have a finance committee, consist
ing of nion or national ropuio. wno
shall havo entire chdrgo of Uio funds,
This proviso, It is thought, Is due to
recent distensions. Miss Barton says
this course. Is made necessary by the
Increased scopo of tho work contom
r,in(..i mill nisn herauio It Is desir
able that when sho returns weary and
worn from tno new oi worn, no im--tlon
shall arise as to tho proper dis
tribution of funds.
Berlin, May 20. The Tagcblatt to-
J. nnla ll IIhIIm tt IhU OASOSSln
atlon of Governor Hogdanovltch, at
Cofa, yesterday. Ho was walking In
the public park, when four men ap
proached, uno nciu ouv jmcivo..
hinh thn eovprnor started to accept,
and the other three fired, putting nine
bullets Into bis body, and causing Ira
mediate death. The assassins terror
Ized the witnesses and escaped.
n..is lfv n -Vnllnilflnr of the
discussion of religious prosecutions.
.. m - ...r. tnA mnttitt
in tnecnamnoroi utiunw,iuui
caused a uisiuroanco. vu, "
started the row yesterday, left his
tat and fought the opposition. The
uproar was so great that tbo pollee
were tompsJled to enter to restore
U Getting Better, f
Tarklngton, . .
A Terrific Blizzard
Cattle Killed by Thousands
- and the Loss Estimated
to be Already
Winnipeg. May 20. I-cthbrld'go ad
vices say the losses In Alberto of
stock, from tho blizzard, 1b enormous.
Tho loss will exceed $2,000,000. und
reds of young stoc knro dying, and
strong cattle only wilt pull through,
ovon If the storm subsides today.
Premier Hamilton, of tho North
west Te'riiD v. has Issued a warning
that hioo u"k -lldes are liable to oc
cur nt I'rsnk llo bases his warning
on tho report of tho geologists. Tho
town, whlph had Just began to recover
from the rntnttrophe, Is being totally
Who wili Ride With Chief Exr
ecutive From Salem
Portland. Mny 20. President llooso-
vclt has Invited lllugor Honnnnn, lie
publican candidate for congress In tho
first district, to ride with him from
Salem to Portland. Tho Invitation Is
evidence eonrtusivn that tho President
wishes Honnnnn to bo elected. The
letter Is as follews:
"To Hon. Dinger Hermann. MeMlnn
"Tho President will bo pleased to
have you Join his train at Hnlem, and
ride with him to Portland.
"VM. I.HOlJ, JH.,
"Beorvtnry to tho " President."
Fallowing upon tho announcement
of the- President, as published by tho
Oregonlan last week, this letter bears
out that: "There Is not nno word of
truth In Uio rumor that I am opposed
to Mr. Hermann's election; but, on tho
contrary, I heartily and earnestly do
sire his election. I hopo that every
voter who believes lu tho principles
of tho party, and wishes well for thn
administration, wilt cast his vote for
Mr. Hermann. Tho rumored quarrel
between Mr. Hermann and myself Is
without foundnUon. Our relations are
and hnvo always been very cordial."
That announcement was vory dis
concerting to tho Democrats (if tho
district) This lottor will ho doubly
so. They honed to prove that tho
President had never said tho words
ascribed to him. Tho lettor will ills-
slpato tho hopo Into thin air, and the
Democrats will havo to ngtil meir uai
tie on iolitlcal Issues. The President,
of course, feels obliged to help out a
Republican candldat'o for a national
offlee. This duty ho owes to the mt
tlonal party, and to shun it might
cause him embarrassment.
Oregon's 'Capital Prepared to
Welcome Nation's Chief
OLD WEBFOOT IS OUT
FROM BABY TO GRAND-DAD
Many Already In tfrc City tc Give the Glad Hand to the
Hero of San Juan Hill
a , , . -
Olerf Cove. May 20. It Is hoped the
Constitution will ho ablo to race Sat
urday. Preparations are comploted
for tho raco between the Columbia
and the Itcllsnco tomorrow. Tho Co
lumbia Is In fine trim, and left for her
covo anchorage today, but Is finding
littlo wind to stretch her sail The
Reliance will probably come over horo
tomorrow. Tbo raco for tomorrow Is
scheduled for noon, over a 30-mllo
course, If the wind serves,
Washington, May 20. Payne re
ceived tho renort of lusuector Conger
today, regarding the terrorizing of tho
negro rural roan earner ai uaiisiui,
Ttnn He believes the sentlraont Is
not against .Uie negro. It is believed
Payne will, before evening, decided
whether or not ho will rwiulro a
statcwont concerning postofflco Irreg
ularltlos from Heath, proprietor of tho
Salt Lake Tribune, and formerly as
Ntw York, May 20 Tho announce-,
meat Is today made that Joseph Folk,
.11 v tnrnv nt StL Iiuls. will DO lU-
vlted to raako the prlncfpal speech at
It Is estimated that fully
strangers will vlett Salem tomorrow,
on th occnslon of President Itooso-
volt'u visit to tho Capital City,' ft great
many will nrrlvo by railway and
steamboat, but tho larger por ccntagu
will drive In from points In Polk,
Yamhill and Marlon counties.
Tho reslnni-ants ami hotola nro pro
paring for a msh.and ono rating house
alonolspreparlug to servo dinner to
1400 peoplo. The Bnlom Light, Pow
er & Traction Company nro making
nrrnngomonta to hniullo tho crowd
from all trains, and from different
points In tho city. Tho asylum line
wltl havo a 10-mlnute servlco during
the day, and extra cam will bo put
on to accommodate the crowds on all
Meeting of Reception Committee.
Tho reception committee met yes
terday nftornnou In tho city recorder's
otllce. nnd went carefully over tho
plans in dotall, giving careful atten
tion to the reports of tho committees.
Tho committee will hold Its Inst meet
ing this afternoon nt 3 o'clock, to
make tlnnl arrangements nnd to dis
cuss nny plans that may occur during
It was decided yesterday to engage.
Mrs, llallln Parrtsh Hinges and the
Choral Union to take part lu tho exer
cises at the state hpuuo.
P. T. Wrlghtman. the chief mar
shal. has chosen his aides. Thoy are
P. W. Diirbln. C. A. Murphy, M. W.
Hunt, It. A. Crossan, John O. Hates,
August Huckostoln, Douglas Mlnto,
P. N. Derby nnd Pred Stotisloff.
August Huckunsteln will havo
chargo of Marlon square, and will try
to keep tho crowd outside of tho ropes
which will be stretched around tho
park. He has Invited a committee
from (lie labor union to aaslslb him.
Tho square will ho reserved for tho
school children, nnd It Is hoped tho
publlo will concede, this sparo to
Tho decorative committee, on be
half of thn general committed, re
quests that peoplo living along tho
lino of march decornto their housca
Tho decoratlvo commltteo will only
decorate Marlon square, under tho di
rection of tho Marlon Square Improve
ment Lcaguo, and tho front of the
stand at tho stato house.
Tho state house Is to bo decorated
In elaborate style, and tho Southern
Pacific passenger depot has already
boon almost covered with tho na
tional colors, and festoons of cedar
boughs. The company will stop all
freight trains for a psrlod of 12 hours,
nnd all passenger trains will bo side
tracked for 10 minutes before tho ar
rival of tho Presidential train.
Major I.cabo, In command of Com
panies D P nnd.U with tho Fourth
Regiment's colors, which havo been
sent down from Kugeno, will form a
hollow square at tho depot, on both
sides of the train, upon Its arrival.
After tho President Is seated In his
carriage tho rompanlss will form n
hollow square around tho carriages of
tbo party, and tho march wltl begin.
Line of March.
At the committee's meeting yester
day some changes were made in tho
lino of inarch, which will bo as fol fel fol
eows: The procession will form at tho de
pot and proceed on Twelfth street to
State, down Stato to Commercial, on
Commercial to Marlon, west on Ma
rion to Front, north on Front to
Union. The carrlagos will lino on
Union street, and tho party will leave
their carriages and proceed to tho
newly-elected stand In Marion square
Tho school children will bo assnto.
bled hero, where tho President can
address thom. and hear them sing
At tbo rloso of these ceremonies the
presidential party will ho driven on
Union to Commercial, south on Com
mercial to Marion, east on Marion to
Liberty, south on Liberty to Conter,
east on Centor to High, south on High
to Court, cast on Court to rapltol, the
carriages to line up on tbo east side
or tho stato caDltol grounds, where
the party will dismount and roaron to
tno east main entrance or inn rim.i.
At this point the members of tho O.
A. H. will farm -the guard of honor,
and through which the party will pas
to tho rapltol.
Grand Army Msn,
Adlulant Darnej and Commander
10,000 .rades ot Sedgwick Post, and, or -all
uio old veis oi mo uivu wnr. iiwy
havo been formally Invited and re
quested by tho tumoral commltteo on
tho reception of President Roosovolt
and his party to Join In that reception,
and form a guard of honor through
which tho President nnd his party
will pnss on their way to tho stato
housiv The veterans nro to form In
n double, lino, fncing each other, on
tho east side of tho state house, and It
la expected that 200 or 300 tnon will
bo In lino. All tho members nnd ov
cry veteran Is Invited to turn out with
Sedgwick Post In honor of tho Prosl-
(CenUnuod on Fourth Page.)
Pop Corn Crisps,
1B4 8tate St.
Phone 1871 Main.
gSpiBWWM'- Ar -Hj-s -asff Si fcjg
ia fivo days old nnd each day it
increases in strength nnd vigor.
Tho Indies nro taking n lively in
toroat in this opportunity Co buy
good skirts cheap nnd nromnking
it ono of tho most -
As a Special Attraction
wo will Bell a lino of vory
OUR STORE WILLs CLOSE
8 A. M. TILL I P. Mt