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loctor Died But His
Bill Went March-
. ing on
a Hundred Thousand
Heirs Are Glad to
Accept One Eighth
' That Sum
Chicago, Jan. 11. Dr. Emma Nick-
arson Warns' bill for $100,000 for six
years medical services to'the million-
Inlro, Francis Wheeler, was settled to-
day by tho payment' of ?12,500. Both
tho doctor and patient aro dead, and
ttbo caso has been til the courtH since
Geo. A.La Vio vs. Waltor L. Toozo,
on mandate; defendant's motion for
judgment for $16(6.12 as value and $1
damages, and plaintiff's motion for
Judgment notwithstanding verdict, ar
gued. Geo. O. Savago va. Salem Flouring
Mills Co., defendant's motion. tc strike
out part of amended complaint over
ruled, and dofondant has Until Janu
ary 25th' to answer.
J, W. Prall vs. Campbell Building
Co., non-suit by plaintiff.
Bcnj. Schwartz & Sons vs. Loo Cow,
et al., supplementary complaint filed;
W. D. Mohney vs. G. Stelner; de
fault and Judgment with order to sell
Stato of Oregon vs. L. D. Masscy
and Loo Jeffries, selling liquor with
out llconso (three cases); defendants'
motion to postpono trial overruled.
It G. Koofo vs. Z. T. Smith, F. I.
Dunbar garnlshco; appeal from Jus
tice court; garnishment proceeding
dismissed on motion of garnishee;
plaintiff gives, notice of oppeal to the
The jurors not engaged In the
Schwartz caso wore discharged this
afternoon for tho term.
8ALEM, OREGON, MONBgY, JANUARY 11, 1904.
The Whole Woifl
Weary ojf the Pooh
News Gatherers Have flult
and Gone to Rummaging
Heaps for "Rot"
Home, Jan 11. Tho king and queen
today attended tho exhibition of the
pupils in tho American Academy of
Decorative Art,. and woro profuao in
Tho circuit court reconvened this
morning, and a numbor of motions
Iworo disposed of, when the caso of
tho State against L. D. Masscy and Leo
Jeffries wa called up. J. A. Joffroy
appeared for tho 'mon and filed a mo
tion for a continuanco. Tho men woro
brought into tho court room by Shor-
iff ColbaUi, and tho motion was argued
on tho aflldavit of one of tho defend-
anta that tho principal witness for the
lofonse, J. J. Ettlngor, of Milt City,
vas ill and nnablo to attend, and
that postponement was necessary for
10 purposo of securing this witness
it tho trial. Tho motion was over-
ruled, and tho caso will bo set down
for hearing soino tlmo this weolc.
Tho men woro Indicted for soiling
whiskey without a llcenso at Mill City.
Tills aftornoon Massey and Jeffries
Iwithdrow tho plea of "not guilty," and
pleaded guilty to tho charge of soil-
jlng liquor to.Quoonor (one caso). Tho
defendants will bo sentenced tomor
row at 9 a. m. .
In tho caso of Boniamln Schwartz
& Sons vb, Leo Gow7&T,nlrf.iwsult on
a hop contract was called, and a Jury,
chosen tills aftornoon. The caso wont
Orders woro mado In- casos on tho
docket as follows;
Try a box of that
elegant stuffed fruit
Death of Mrs. T. J. McCleary.
Tho remains of Mrs. T. J. McCloajy,
who dlod at tho family homo near
Mill City last Friday, woro brought to
Salem yestorday morning, and woro
laid to rest In tho Clnggott cometory,
north of this city. The funeral ser
vices woro hold at tho homo of W. W.
Martin, on East Stato street, Rev.
Boworsox conducting tho thomo. Mrs.
McCloary was a sister of Mrs. Mar
tin and Mrs. Ira Erb. Sho was 36
years old, and leaves sovoral chlldron
and a husband to mourn" her d6nth.
Mr. McCleary Is well-known In this
city us a former loader of tho Popu
Borlln, Jan. 11. Tho foroign office
today assorts tho boliof that peace
will bo established In tho far East,
but declines to give Its reasons for
Albany Girls Win.
Tho Albany Collogo and Lebanon
girls' basket ball teams played an In
teresting gamo Saturday evening nt
Lebanon. It was tho first gamo of tho
season for both teams, and resulted
In a victory for Albany. -Thio scoro
was 11 to C. Waltor Bilyou, of .Al
bany, .acted as reforeo, and Ernost
Barnes, tho Lebanon coach, was um
pire. Tho Albany team will play Wil
lamette's team this coming Friday.
Tho, Llchty Estate.
County Judgd Scott this afternoon
appointed L. J. Attains administrator
of tho ostato of John Llchty, deceased,
who was drownod near Sllverton, Jan
uary st, last. Tho ostato Is valued at
47,000, consisting of real and per
sonal proporty. Mr. Adams gave a
bond of ?20,000. Thoro aro sovon
heirs to tho ostato, chlldron of deceased.
-Trolley Against Steam. '
Chicago, Jan. 11. A collision oc
ciftrod botweort a tr6lloy car and a
Mllwaukoo & St. Paul train at Irving
Park boulovard thja .forenoon. Chos.
Fagin, motorman, and George Walker,
a pa&songor, woro fatally, and 20 oth
ers loss seriously injured.
Hear the Flsk Jubilee
Singers, at thp Opora House
154 SUte et
Phone 1971 Matrv
O. L. Vinton, of Lawrence, Ore,, was
a Salem visitor yestorday.
1 20 Pet cent
On Men's and Boys
Paris, Jan. 11. Diplomatic advicos
today say poaco is assured if Japan
will bo contont with Koroa, and keop
Its bands off Manchuria. Japan is
now negotiating with Koroa for a con
firmation of her concessions thoro.
St. Petersburg, Jan. 11. Tho gov.
ornmont denies tho reports that Rus
sians negotiating for warships.
London, Jan. 11. Russia has ad
drossed a note to the Powers, staling
that sho will respect tho treaty rights'
of all nations In Manchuria, and do
clarlng that sho and Japan havo no
more right to discuss tho future of
Manchuria than thoy havo of the
Philippines, as tho country belongs to
noitlicr. Japan officially announcod
that it hasn't landed troops in Korea,
and. has no presont Intention of doing
so. Tho Russian note had quieting
offect at all tho capitals. Baron Hay-
ash I, Japanese minister at London, is
again cloBoted with tho foroign olllce
Chicago, Jan. 11. Tho taking of
testimony nt tho Iroquolc inquost to
day was similar to that given bofore.
Ono witness tostlflod sho had ap
pealed to tho ushor to assist hor to es
cape but ho throw hor off, Fifteen
members of tho Bluobeard Company,
who hnvo boon hold undor arrest by
thoqoronor, woro released today, their
testimony having been taken. Thora
was ono more hospital death this
morning, bringing tho list of dead, to
570; sovoral others aro In a critical
We have a cood assortment of sixes and qualities $
for voci to select lrom.
J Ifyoa have any ose for an overcoat, nows the J
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time iu gei uue at
The Prodigal Gets Home,
St. Louis, Jan. 11. Ex-Councllmnu
Kratz, In chargo of officers, arrlvod
lioro from Moxlco this morning. Thor8
was no demonstration, owing to the
fact that whon Kratz fled to Moxlco
he forfeited his bond of $20,000. tt
Is bel(ovcd tho now bonds will not bo
loss than $40,000. Kratz was Indicted
for tho accoptanco of a brlbo In tho
6troot railway grants, In which the
jboodlors are said to have divided JC0,-
Earned Good Wages.
Francisco, Jan. 11. Ex-City
IThe New Yok
I Treasurer A. O. Wldbor was roleased
iivm uau suuuim win uiuiuiutt, Ultui
J having served flvo yoars" for emboz-
zllng $118,000 of tho olty funds. He
'had substituted sliver for gold In the
'coin sacks, and spent tho money on
the raco track and In gambling.
I Dolls, games, hooks dressing cases, and pictures at X
X exactly UNH-nAi-r jpkiu.
Salem's Cheapest One Pice
E. T. BARNES,' Ptop.
Will Erupt In Indiana.
New York, Jaui 11. Bryan left hore!
today for New Haven, where ho has
business in connection with the Ben
nett will case. From thro ho goes to
Indiana, whoro ho Is sohoduled to do
' liver two speeches.
. Whitaker Wright on Trial.
I London, Jan. 11. The prosecution
of Whlteakor Wright opened In the
court of King's 'Bench today. Thore
!wob a great crowd-presont of those
'interested In tho defunct London
, Globe Corporation.'
fit of Those Unac
counted for Now
Inpifest Being Held at Vic
toria and Alolter of Ships
mission Jiad proved fruitless. It Is un
derstood that ono causo of his depar
ture at this time is his anxiety regard
ing the action of the' board of elec
tions, fearing his absence may en
danger his election to the presidency,
Washington, Jan. 11. Tho house,"
today, without debate, unanimously
adop'tod a resolution calling on tho attorney-general
for a full report on the
disposition of tho half million appro
priatlon by congress for tho enforce
ment of tho Sherman anti-trust law.
. Victoria, B. C, Jan. 11. Tho in
questjbver tho eight bodies recovered
yestorday la being hold today, Rigid
inquiries as to tho seaworthiness of
tho Clallam aro being made. A fleet
of half a hundred wnr vessels, tugs,
steamers and small boats Is now pa
trolling tho vicinity of tho disaster,
searching for moro bodies.
Tho bodies of Mrs. Mary Reynolds,!
of Seattle, and Mrs. H. F. Laplanto, j
of Friday haijbor, woro recovered near ,
Victoria, Forty-one victims aro still
t Hanna Is, at Columbus.
Columbus, O., an. 11. Senator Han
na arrived hero from Cleveland to
night, and will remain until after his
re-olection to tho United States sen
ate. Tho house and sennto will bal
lot separately on United States sena
tor on next Tuesday. .
Reyes Goes Home.
Washington, Jan. 11. Reycssont.n
lottor to tho state department this
morning saying ho was about to leave
for Colombia, and Intlmntfng thnt hlsj including old Chinoso guns.
Washington, Jan. 11. Mall advices
to tho war department from Manila
claim that Wood's victory ovor tho
Moros was not so great as at first ro
ported. Thoy say that In tho skirmish
wjigro 300 natives woro killed, many
woro women and children, arlncd with
knives. Tho men had antiquated arms(
Meets in Washington
City Tuesday Morn
ing Gorman and Parker Named
Most Often, Hearst Not
Mentioned, Big Cities
Washington, Jan. 11. Largo dole'
gatlons nro arriving today to attond
tho meeting of tho national Demo
cratic commltteo, which begins to
morrow. Harmony Is tho watchword.
Gorman and Parker aro montiouod
most oftpn. Williams Is also given
occasional montion, but Hearst Is sel
dom heard of. Chicago, St. Louis and
Now York havo all oponod hoadquai'
tors, and aro nftor tho convontlon
Colonol Jumes Hamilton Lowls, for
merly of Seattle, will do an oratorical
stunt boforo tho convention In behalf
The Flsk Jubilee Singers
in fhclr groat program of plantation
songs, will nppoar at tho Grand Opera
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Be Fail To Youtseti
hey say charity begins at name. Why not begin today to save yourself time as well as money?
will your money qo the farthest? Where can you get the best for the leact outlay? Ask yourself,
you don't 'unconsciously say " at Meyers."
The Advance Sale of Seats
For the Fisk Jubilee Singers, at th
Grand Opera House tonight. Indi
cates that there will bo a crowded
Special attraction in our ladlos'
readyto-wear department la our
Imraenso showing of llnost assort
ment of ladloe skirts. Here can
bo found Bklrts to suit the taste
and pookot book of all classes of
people in all stations In life. Look
ovor those fine bargains.
I7.SQ black chovlot skirt, wll
H2.50 black broadelqth. skirt a
$25.00 black ellk skirt, vory
Wednesday Only '
Another rousing sale is antici
pated noxt Wednesday wbonfthls
groat speolal bargain is placed bo
foro you. On this day only, wo of
fer fine, well-mado porcalo and
In a lino
Theso wrappers aro
Shrewd buyors Booking raro val
ues aro finding out ovory day that
this toro Is thq host placo to buy
blothlng. AH the now stylotf of
hand flnlshod, gracoful fitting
clotnes that are rovoIutloniKlng
the ready-to-wear trodo. No other
store can afford to noil such good
clothing for so little money.
$ J 0.00 Overcoats $ 6.75
1 5.00 Overcoats 9.50
20.00 Overcoats M.50
25.00 Overcoats 6.fJ0
An 0ogant. assortment from
which to make your solcotlou.
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