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Fi'i H 1 i I. I t or,. . .
Old Enough to Be Wise,
so sue snook the
from her homo at Melssga, Prussia,
with hor own coachman a fortnleht
ago, but It only bocamo known todar.
Tho police aro In hot purslt, but so far
aro unsuccessful. The princess Is 27
Her Coachman Not as Sonsi-
We as Her Horses-Ran
Away With the Giddy
They Crippled Two.
Chicago, Nov. 2. Two non-union
employes of tho American Hide &
Louther Company, going to work this
morning, wore pursued by strikers,
who had been watching ovonts since
the strike was declared three weoks
ago. Tho men turned at bay in a sub
way, and flrod rovolvore into the
5rowd, and Mlchaol Calllghan nnd
Anthony S. Zymanskl woro wounded
The non-unionists escaped.
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SALEM, OREGON. MONDAY, NOVEMBEn 23, 1903.
Dorlin, Nov. 23. Princess Alice.
wifo of tho Prlnco of Schoouborg
IWaldonburg, and youngest daughter
of Don Carlos, of Bourbon, olopod
From the Anthracite.
Buenos Ayroe, Nov. 23. Tho Argen
tine gunboat Uruguay has arrived at
Santa Cruz with members of tho Nor-
denskjold Antnrtlc expedition nbonrd.
Ono rnerabor died last winter. The
dispatch falls to state the fato of the
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A Cash Store Charges You Only j!
for the Goods You Get
A "VaJi CfnA charges vou for the poods i
A VflCUH OIU1C you get and tor things your X
iieignuor goi ana rauea to pay tor. I nen you nave to pay
for all of the extra expense connected with the credit bus
iness. Try a Cash Store Once sKte
there. That's been the experience of thousands of cus
tomers who deal with
THE iff Ml RfflT
Salem's Cheapest One Price Cash Store.
RnhiWc Buffer Rnnfc Tinrh fnatc
Slickers' Rubber oats, Overcoats,Cloth-
ing; umbrellas, snoes.
Out Dry Goods Department has bet n the talk of the
town this year, We have the right goods. We cut the
"regular store" profits in two.
E. T. BARNES, Proprietor
l n ! . l ili...ll.'. jlllMWW
Attacked the Soldiers
.and Are Verv
Three Hundred Killed and It
Is Probable This Will
Put an End to the
Washington, Now 23. Tho war de
partment has tecolved a cablo from
'the Philippines confirming tho nnwn nf
the battlo between troops undor
Woods and tho Moros, In which the
latter lost 300. Nono of tho Ameri
cans woro killed, nnd furthor move-
monts aro contemplated. Tho Moros
nna taken a position, which they con
sldored Impregnable. The Indications
are that there will bo no uprising, or,
in any case, no difficulty in hnndllne
A Colored Crank.
Washington, Nov. 38. HllJah Dan-
nls, colored, tried to gnln nccoss to tho
President this morning. Ho Insisted
nnd was finally turned over to tho po
lice, to be oxnmined as to his snnlty.
His speeches indicate rollglous insan
This aftornoon the crnnk. Dnnnls.
was adjudged Insane, and commlttod
to St. Ellznboth's hospital.
Assassins Are Resting.
Capo Haytlon. Nov. 23. A dlsnatch
from Santo Domingo says an armlstlco
of GO hours Is bolng observed. Tho
American gunboat Newport, also tho
Italian and Dutch warships havo land
Texas Forest Fires.
Dallas, Tor., Nov. 23. Forest fires
Jn Southeastern Toxas plno lands aro
b-rowing worse, ino names have
crossed tho Sablno river la sovoral
places, and tho dnmago is Immense
The Montana Muddle.
Holona, Mont, Nov. 2. Arguments
on the appeal In tho McQInnis injunc
tion suit against tho Boston & Mon
tana Company wero bogan In tho su
preme court today.
No Settlement Reached
and None In
Gang Conspired To
Hold up City of
Senate Takes, up tha
Cuban Bill But It
Strikers Demolish a Car One of Them Confesses-The
mis morning and the Leader Was to Get a
Crowd Is Dispersed i Half Million Dollar
With 'Difficulty ' ) Rake-off
Chicago, Nov. 2. Operation of tho
Stnto-stroot cablo car lino was under
taken today for tho first tlmo slnco the
Strike began Novombor 12th. Moro
pollco wero detailed for tho barns, nl-
tnough tho forco on tho cars Was not
increased, Conl Is roported as run
ning low at tho car barns.
Ono Stato stroot car, stopped nt
40th stroot, was Immediately sur
rounded by a turbulont crowd, nnd,
desplto the heavy pollco guard, was
literally riddled by a storm of mis.
slles. The pollco chargod repeatedly.
and used their clubs, but wero unable
to disperse tho crowd, until they fired
a volley from' tholr rovolvors in tho
air. Obstructions wore nlnced all
Grand Rapids, Mich., Nov, 23.-Ex-Aldorman
Schrlvo'r today ploadod guil
ty of bribery In tho water donl. Ho
will tostiry in tho other cases, tt has
dovoloped that Snlsbury, tho lcador
of tho t conspiracy, was to havo ro
colvcd $125,000 whon tho deal was
consumnted. and $100,000 of stoak in
tho now company,
Slays In Heat of Passion.
Lnkevlow, Or., Nov. 23. Word has
boon rccolvod horo of a murdor which
occurred some dlstanco from Lake-
view yesterday. Phil Barry, a youth
of 19 years, auarroled with Timothy
Ahern, n young man of IiIb own go.
nnd In tlin lionf nf nnnnlnn rirmv n ra.
along the line. The crowds are larger volvor and shot Ahren, who dlod 9hort
thnn they havo been for a weak, and ly before midnight No particulars of
there were frequent nrrests
On Arch avenuo the trolley wlros
wero out in n dozen places this morn
ing, and tho tracks obstructed. Ouy
wlteB wore nlso cut, until tho trolleys
in many places sagged In tho tniddlo
of tho street. A llvo trolloy wJro at
talstoad was also cut this merning:
ono' of tho dangling ends causing tho
instant death of a horse, and a narrow
escape for tho driver. ,
thJ tragedy have been recolvod.
Six Plead Guilty.
Topeka, Kan., Nov. 23. Six of tha
mutlnoors plended guilty to man-
slnughlor, nnd wore sontancod to
from one to flvo years each. Three
others, not Inoludlng tho rlnnloadorfl.
will bo tried, also tho trusty who fled
whon tho mutiny occurred,
Hunting a Winner,
Glasgow, Nov. 23. Tho Herald to
day sUtcfl that a syndicate of Clyde
yachtsmon will challengo for Ameri
ca's cup In 190S. It Is considering a
plan for throo yachts, by Watson,
Flfo and Mylno. to bo raced against
each other noxt summor, tho bst to
bo tho challenger.
Put Out Early.
Osslng. N. Y.. Nov. 2. Carmino
Oatmari was oloctrocuted at 0 o'clock
tills morning, for the murder of Mrs
Josophtno Piotro a year ago.
Home, Nov. 23. Cardinal Morry Del
Val has taken charge of tho Peter's
ponco commission, and expocts Amor
lea to contribute a million nnd a hall
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Paris, Nov. 23. Louis Ilaraud, tha
world's famous doteetlvo, and hond of
tho Paris secret sorvlco, Is doad.
Old Firm Suspends.
London, Nov. 23. Tho old estab
lished firm of John Drown & Com-
' pony Buspondod payment today.
Senator Hale Thinks Canada-
Will Join the United
States Within Twenty
Washington, Nov. 23. Sonnfor CuU
lorn introduced Uio Cuban bill in tho
sonnto todny, without amondmont or
ohnngo on tho callondnr. Senator
Carmack Introduced a resolution In.
structlng tho sonato conimlttoo on or.
ganlrntlon, of which Quay Is" chair-
man, to Investigate tho affairs of tho
postofflco dopartmont Tho comtalttoa
Ib to report before May 1st. Consider
ation of tho resolution wont over for
tho day, undor tho rules. Senator
Hale, discussing the Cuban annexation
proposition in tho annate today, sold
he didn't doubt but that Cannda would
becomo n pnrt of tho United States
within 30 years, and oven that tlmo
would bo hastened If tariff discussion
continues In Kugland.
Tho President sent the nomination
of Jmbo Fuller to bo pension ngont at
Sail Franoibco, nnd Wajter Avis, post
master at Pomona.
Started from Sparks.
Topokn, Kan., Non 2 A rnIrio
flro, stnrtod by sparks from a locomo
tive has dostroyod 20,000 ncros of
cattlo ratigo In Wallace- county, nnd
hundrods of otns of liny.'
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Chocolato CnronielB, Cbeo)ate
Chows, Chocolate Wafow, Po)po
! mints, Chocolato Wnfor Wlntorjjroonn,
I Walnut Top Chocolafo Cronmn, Fig
centor Chocolato Oresans, Popporrolnt
! Wafers, Wlntergroon Wafora, tog.
Cabin Creams, nt
164 State St Phone 1071 Main,
A Caieftl Peittsal
Of these columns will, to use a pardonable bit of expresslvo "American," put you next to Information that can save you monoy. There Isn't an
offering here, the truth of which can be disproved by a person at visit to the store. It's the business policy of this house to tell PLAIN FACTS
about the goods and back them up with a cheerful refund of your money If, by chance, a mistake Is made. It's the only way to win your favor
and hold it It's the only policy that keeps a twentieth century store QROWINO.
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25 dozen of tho daintiest and
prettiest handkerchiefs we have
shown. They are all drummer's
samples no two alike and ant In
all the newest embroidered de
sign You get the benefit of this
15 and 20c Handkerchiefs 10c.
25c Handkerchiefs 15c.
35c Handkerchiefs 19c
For our 151st Wednesday Sur
prise Sale we have placed on sale
for your approval correct copies of
tho world's masterpleeee in art
They are of all sixes and kinds
and shapes. Values up to 25o and
are bargains at that price. Now is
your opportunity to beautify youi
home with pictures of world re
nowne subjects within the reach of
alt. Your choice
A Cn showing of baskets oe
our s.uml flu-.r which we mwtt
dispoo f ui oni.r to get teow
for ur Holiday gjo4- I 04f
to mo.- tiiew quickly, tahe yew
vh. ir maxkt-d pritf An upportuni
ty unpara'K i-t
Wednesday Only. Barly oomerx
get the cboiee, s We en band early.
Three to a customer.
Another lot of skirts Just in.
They are drummer's samples, no
two alike, and are exclusive siyiee
anl ym wey be sure that some owe
esse hMt oae jitet like It T)wy
are In colore black, brows, blue
Oxfani. eteet gray. Scotch sultless,
hoimepees In aM the. sew ami pop
ular sliaelHffs. To see them Is to
Are you ready for the feast?
There are just fpur business days
remaining In which to make pre
parations for the celebration of
the annual day of Thanksgiving
and four days are few enough If
you have planned much In the way
of entertainment for your friends
and family. If the table fixln's are
not In apple-pie order.
Here Is a greet opportunity to
High grade linens 90c.
High grade linens $1.10
High grade linens $1.35
High grade linens $1.78
Napkins to match.
A swell line in all the new aed
pofwter shades ami deetgBS for
mUtt yor mow wmnperx, bath
rue-ee. irensngi satxtNe, ete.. etc.
Other valeee up to SI e yard
Special vaitfes 6 I -3c
Other values xsp to 20c yd.
SpedeJ eamaliHi la thle poftMlar
goo4a. ft jHtnet Vew anythleg
bown trtwwhete ISxeeUent few
cMMrcra st bul drej.
WOMEN WHO LOVE 8TYLE AND
0EAUTY ARE CONSIDERED
Costumes, Talkir-.Mnde Suite,
Coats and wraps. We are abeolute
masters of tho ready-made garment
It Is a practical Idea buying oar
ments ready to wear. All neweet
eoncetU, may not be becoming. Se
lect the onus that are. Thetl, tea,
think of the time saved and the nn
Boyane avoided, itven fine mm-
Uimes may be txwght ready wade,
and there Is style, fit and beauty
Bverythlnt; In the Woman's Suit
world tan be found here. Charm
ing, efcaluslve modele Jieant'fuily
tailored; stieh style, sueh eJeeuiHoe
end the h(iHty about It le, they are
ready to wear. We are prepared
to shew yH suits that will give
you pjeod service; are elite ufid
atylleli, and. will hold their 4hape
$3.50 to $27.50
You should be Just as particular
about buying ties as you aro about
buying a stilt or anything else.
It Is money thrown away to pay
7f oents for tlee elsewhjsra that
yuu can flat here fer 10 eente.
Thin Is our papular prlee, and
there le where we shew the groat
A larne asebrtmeut or ties of all
grade and oolors. .
Ask for Uie "Hnglfsh Square."
the latest thing in neokwear.
A line of yotUh' IilrU In aftee
U and U'A, stiff botwms, fnney
eoUut, regular UBQ vaHieji.
The meet magnlflcesn line fewiMt
The handmeet a4 oet t
plete line ever brouxht m by He
Here yoHli HiKt a fHll Meek to
make yur seleetlen from. They
are the beet valeee money eon
buy. medeleA Vy wiwrt turtm.
Ma4e of seHd eklM a4 am m
feci Ul eiwfie.
A Um ef ktm boae. ImMUUom
Mack' beer, three yard Ik teetjtii
very fluffy, regular C.M vads
The rainy seaeon U here, ami It
U to your beet lntreet to give pan
tleular aUeiitlefi to ywr footwear,
for wet feet may bmb a severe
eokl uBd a long IHaes, with tljo
eonecqtMMjt deeteVs kftk,
(let VIseoMxed gelee hete, tn-i
have dry feet at all Usha They
are gunranuml waterprwof.
In eMektelve etrteii. The 'rarity"
shawH Mrs l a Hart, Scbaffpr &
You flsd It eacluelvely here. Vu
tmy Hud iHMeoihtiig eleewhere hj
looks ROHMrthlim like It; not n rarslty
without "II. ft. A M " lube),
$10 to $25