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Russian Squadron In
SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1903.
Pieced out. Even yet thoro are some
portions of It which must be cleared
,"P by Investigation on the spot.
Glasa Obeyed Orders.
Washington, Dec. 9. The navy do-,
.partmont officials this morning nd-'
mitted that the landing' of marlnos
,from tho Dixie on tho Isthmus ot
,Panama was Justified by the ordors
cablod Glass Thursday; to take every
( moans to provont the Invasion of the
The Czars Representatives
Threaten to Land 3000
Marines to Prevent
Opening of Port
Toklo, Dec. 9. A Russian squad
ron, comprising eight warships, ar
rived at Chemulpo, Korea, to support
Russia's opposition, to tho opening of
Yongampho to tho commerce of the
world. Tho Russians threaten to land
3000 men Should Corea Insist on opon
lug tho pdrLi
Added to the Committee.
Washington, Dec. 9. In the house
Cannon today appointed Rodoy an ad
ditional mombor on the committee on
terrltorlos. A rosolutlon roforrlng the
various recommendations In the Pres
ident's message to the propor commit
teoe was adopted Adjourned until
Fell Four Hundred Feet
Naval Station Is Ours.
Havana, Doc. 9. Guantannmo will
bo formally handed over to Admiral
Uarkor tomorrow as tho American
naval base of supplies. Tho cere
mony will be hold aboard tho Kear
sarge, the flng rising at noon, followed
by a great banquet.
Colombia Preparing to HanflsomeMrs.;Ro?ers
Subdue Her Se
Vancouver, B. C, Dec. 9. William
Ifoyes fell 400 foot down a deop can
yon In Symour creek, and was in
stantly klllod. That Is tho nows that
his fellow prospector John Mcintosh,
brings tb tho city. Tho two woro
searching for mlnorals on tho othof
sldo of Burrnrd Inlet Friday- thojt
reached tho summit of tho mountains
abovo Symour crook. As thoy woro
standing on tho edgo of tho precipice,
tho wind took Moyes hat off. Ho mado
an Instinctive motion to solzo It,
missed his footing and fell down tho
'A search party has left to rocovor
tho remains. Mcintosh was so near
ly a nervous wreck when ho arrived,
boing apparently almost hysterical
from tho experience- ho had, that It
wan with difficulty his story could bo
Ft esh Naval
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Phone 1971 Main
Boston, Doc. 9. Tho 160 omployos
of tho Dunn Company's sovon-story
chair factory woro thrown Into a pan
ic by a fire this morning, caused b;i
an explosion of a can of naptha. Nine
woro Injured in the rush to escape
Four flremon woro injured by falling
glass, but nono fatally. Loss $150.-000.
Only Awaiting the Result of
General Reyes Mission
to Make Attack on
Laguayra, Vonozuola. Dec. 9. One
thousand Colombian soldiers from Car
tngena will be landed near tho mouth
of tho Atrato river, of the Gulf of Da-
rlen, according v to advices brought
hero by 'the steamer Versailles. It is
also stated that troops from Cauca,
ara convorging on Panama, and troops
from other parts of Colombia arc
marching or awaiting the rosult of
rteyoa mission to Washington.
Gets Kittenish With
Dowto Is Up Again.
Chicago, Do 9. The Dowleltos
congregated op tho stroot corners of
Zlon City this morning, unmindful ot
the snow storm, and rejoiced ovor tho
restoration of tho city to Dowlo, who
was today placod In practical posses
sion again. Tho next court proceeding
occurs this week, when Dowlo Is ox
pectod to fllo a petition of solvency
before tho court.
Ties His Hands in Play and
fji'en Chloroforms Him,
1 and Dumps Body in
Bennington, Vt., Dec. 9. Mrs. Mary
Rogora was placod on trial today for
the Bcnsntlonnl murdor of hor huBbnnd
In August. 1902. Assisted by anothor
young woman and hor nurraour, Leon
Borham, sho lured the unsuspecting
man toa lonoly spot by tho river, bank,
whbro she playfully tied Ills hands,
thon suddenly saturated a hnndkor
chiof with chloroform, which sho
pressed. to his nostrils until ho was
dead, Borham held tho struggling vic
tim, whjlo tre other girl kopt watch,
nndlwc!t romoved tho ropo nnd throw
tho body Into the river. The oldoBt
of tlio trio Is Mrs. Rogers, who Is but
21, and handsomo. She Ib also ac
cused of murdering her babe the yonr
boforo. Perlinm has confessed.
endeavor to capturo two mon who
kidnaped from school today the 7-yoar-old
daughter of Mrs. Charles Bruce.
Tho woman believes tho child was
kidnaped bhor father, Louis Andreas,
of Los Angeles, from whom tho pres
ent Mrs. Bruoo secured a divorce a
year ago, and that ho Is assisted by
somo hired companion.
Briber Gets Clear.
St. Louis, Dec. 9. A speelal from
Jefferson City says the supremo court
mis morning reversed tlio ueplBlon in
the case of Bdwnrd Butler, and or
derod his dlscharg. Colonol Butler
Is the Democratic boss who was con
vlctod by tho lowor court of brlbory
In the St. Louis municipal assembly.
A Disabled Steamer.
London, Doc. 0. The Kroonland
disabled, arrlvod ut Queonstown to
day. Hor 900 pnsaongors will prob
ably c qntlnuo tho Journoy to New
ork on tho Toutonlo, unloss speedy
repairs can bo mauo tomorrow. Tho
Kroonland was struck by a torrlflo
storm after leaving Antwerp.
Kansas City, bee. 9. Tho grand
Jury today began an 'Investigation of
tho grafting charges, involving proml
nont cltjj and county officials.
Bob Miller Armed
With a Winchester
Is After Them
Kidnaped the Girl.
Chicago, Doc. 9 Detectives are
watching the railway stations In nn
Seattle, Dec 0. J. McCarthy, n
wealthy ex-pollceman, ot Kallsptll,
Montana, suicided this morning with
a rovolvor, at tho Hotel Northorn. Ho
was on route to California fop his
health, accompanied by his wlfo.
There Is Liable to be Some
More Killing Before the
Case Is Decided by
Topoka, Doc. 9.The trial of Dow
oy and his cowboyn for murdering tho
Horry family will bo continued at St
Francis today until tho next term ol
court Bob Milter, a former deputy
sheriff, after a tclophooo conversa
tion with tho Dewey headquarters at
Manhattan, started for thero today
with a Winchester and COO cartridges.
Those Plausible Liars.
Constantinople, Dee, 9. -Oluolal re
ports ot tho Alojtandratta Incident
sent by (ho Turkish pollaO Is that thoy.
wanted a photograph of tho American
I cltUen, Attrain. Davis objected and
I attempted to embark Attrain, and the
rpollco arrested him. nnd woro com
I pellod to uso force, as Davis and tho
courlora from tho coisulato twisted.
Washington, Doc. 9. Chairman
Jonos today Issued a call for tho
Democratic national committee meet
ing on January 12th, at' the Sborehan
7 p. m. to 9:30 p. to.
Ballard, Wn., Dec. 9. Tho plant ot
tho Ballard Electric Company was do
gtroyod by flro this morning. Tho plant
supplied powor for light and wator,
and tho city Is without both.
Have The i
lytfcsson xnc nwraore u
Qmstmas Gifts Fo Everyone
Here we are agalnl Santa Clauo and Meyers. Toyland brought from the north pole to make Christmas work easy for Santa Claut. What
do you want, boys? What will you have, girls? You'll have to write to Santa Claut or dream about the things you want on Christmas morn
Ing. Santa Claut learns a lot from little folks dreams. Dut to dream right and write right, you must coma to Meytra and see things. Every
thing that Santa Claus ever knew Is here. Everything that Is dear to the heart of boys and girl Is here, as well aa hundreds of things thoy
never heard about because Santa Claus never had them before.
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Yov'te Making Fancy Wok
Then you should see our lino of Silks nnd Satins, Velvets
and Vel-Her-m.Culii.ui top, Cushion onr.' Embroidery eillc,
Knittn.KMlk.HiWi.iii3. Fine Ihwi for lm ikeroliiefj trim
ming .''"- I"" ui' tlo )'ard for h u.'W-r.-'iief coniors.
E'iT.tliii.!liir foncy vork. J'leie'.on Shetland Floss
Ynrn i)lk'Vr "id. Rubber doll heads and stool doll bonds
They look like bUquo tail fho cbildran i-..ii break them.
Ourfiill line of
1 Holiday Goods
is now ready
Io.1h, games, picture hooks, toilet cases, collar and cuif
boxe-. smoking sots, haudkorohiofs, inulllera, i.eokweur, table
linens, napkins, stand covers, and evory thing you want in reg
ular lines for practical presents, shoe, clothing, overcoats, hats,
comforts and blankets.
We sell Holiday goods on the same margin of profits as reg
ular lines, that's why Holiday shoppers trade with faaleras
cheapest cash Btoro.
mTTn nrmT un h i i
I THE III
FILLING THE STOCKING
Hard work buying pres
ents isn't it? Hard work
when vou try to do your
buying in a J uuiiit! store.
wlill. th- Mih-Im- uro.nt ihoil
bcul'iMi'i vuii linriyiuji
Ihrougb diir.ng "ho rush
which will fuiin- ImU-t.
Mnkenp our lift and sew
how niu.'li ol it ww omii liil
fur you hi pricw. much lowei
than oilier, lln n too you
have the uilvmtagHif solid
inglroni an almsl endlir
OF WOMEN'S SUITS, SKIRTS
IrapwRllT closing of winter
coaU and ulU an occasion
that affoM great wiving In
tht vry sraartU style. Hlek
Cheviot iWrt, wU tailored
tbrwigJwwL and very hU iy
Regular $4X0 Values.
Black silk Wft, very lt.
wtiJj Bilk im Wrt, a great
value at fM-M
Grey ehMked Mettoa walking
leagtli. vwiy wtoty "i-1
date, regular I12J&
PRETTY THINQ8 FOR WOMEN.
A grand showing of protty aprons,
ombraclng fancy tea aprons, maids and
nurses' aprons, in short, square nnd
round effects, plain hemmed, hem
stitched, tuokod, trlmmod with lnco,
embrnldery.and ribbon, and some with
narrow and same with deep ruUle In
Swiss and sheer nml lawns.
25c to $2.50
UMBRELLAS FOR GIFTS.
What can you give at Christmas
that would be moro acceptable than
a handsomo umbrella. Our showing of
holiday umbrellas was nevor moro
varied than It Is this season, and the
price wero never w low.
39c to $12.50
l.ot of cusnioftf w w Uui
reached u yettlRr. aJ Uie line
tmhwm all utom and Oeeltaw. from
ttte poreti plllww to Ute Iwadiwme allk
otm. wlUi taaeeied ecraers.
50c to $2.75
AIM a Kl tf M
Itraang In price from
$5.00 tb $30.00
WHAT CAN YOU QIVE A
Lots of helpful suggestions
horV-JuHtl tho things that n
particular mau Is nuro to want:
Suit Casos. It
Imiorted Neckwear. 4
New Cushion Covers
New Cushion Cords
New1 Wool Comforts
New Eiderdown Coml'ts
New Fancy Ticking
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If you have (16.00 In your nocket
when this nd strlkoit your wyo, you enii
put It to ho better um than to buyinK
one uf our !tt.M KU er vercila.
bur wHa atl overeeate nt this price
are eertalnly the very beat value w
er offonNl In kVileni, livery Hrmitit
I new and made tut this aeafun'r
truU. How we are able to offttr theui
nt this iviee I a lng story loo long
far now. but eome In and let them
peak fnr th:nIve. Others nl
$10 to $25
THE 0HRI8TMAS NECKWEAR.
AMoU and ttaiUah Bquarej an? the
tklNpi tM awl they're here
In aljtifHJeot fttittwlm. for tuu bolldsy
byjrJws. j ,
OamttU Hwat Mufflers la all
bap. ilmtim and oolerluKe.
E. T. BARNES, Proprietor i
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