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ILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
8ALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, JANUARY 18, 1904.
WAR MUST COME
,eack a Deadlock in the Negotiations feom
Which Japan Will Not Recede and,
ipan Has Chartered Twenty British Vessels for Trans
ports and Arrainged for Having Her Mails Carried
By British Lines If Russia Attempts to Send
.. More Ships War CWifl Commence at Once
Birmingham, Eng., Jan. 18. The
Post today sas Japan haa furnished
ho British forolgn office detailed
japs of tho survey of Coroa, parts of
Manchuria and tho coast of tho Yel
low sea. Twenty uritifm vossois, now
In Japanese wators, havo been char
tered for transports by Jupnn. Tho
Japanese government has also ar
ranged for a contlnuanco of Japanese
iail service by British linos In caso
For Two Battleships.
Glasgow, Jan. IS. Japan has placed
ardors for two battleships with the
Armstrongs, at Newcastle, and Vlck-
Icrs, nt Barrows. Thoy are to bo ot
10,000 tons each, will bo tho most
(powerful In tlio world, and -will bo
completed In 18 montli3.
Through TrTelr Hats.
Borlln, Jan. 18. A dispatch from
St Petersburg says the Japanese min
ister hold a special audience with tho
status quo or change tho admlnlstra
tlvo situation In Manchuria, but Ja
pan Insists "that they be embodied in
a treaty between Japan and Russlm,
whllo Russia, as a matter of amour
propre, refuses to accept such dlcta
tlon at tho hands .of Japan. Much,
howevor, Is still hoped from the
czar's influonco " Tho statement
"Of courso, any attempt bf Russia
to Increnso very largely her naval
forces In tho East by moving her
Black Sea or Baltic floois would make
war a question of only a fow hours."
ThlS'Statemont seemed to be borno
out by tho Associated Press dis
patch from Toklo yesterday, that Ja
pan had rocolved Russia's communl
cation, saying that Russia would re
spect tho rights and privileges already
acquired by the powers In Manchuria,
undor tho existing treaties with China,
excopt in tho caso of tho establish
ment of forolgn settlements, which
shows that negotiations aro continu
rnr todnv. Tho latter Is believed to
bo willing to arrango peace, and de- nc on the question of Manchuria,
jlrco to discuss tho wuys and means
persons, going ovor tho heads of
London, Jan. 18. In what It claims
as an autnoriiauvo siaiemum, iuv
, Dally Graphic this morning announcoa
that tho negotiations have arrived at
a stage leaving two points upon
which neither Russia nor Japan Is In
clined to yield, and as to which no
neons of a compromise havo yet boon
Both yioso points concern Man
churia, and tholr accc-ptanco would
not In tho slightest modify tho legal
Try a box of that
elegant stuffed fruit
164 State St
Phono 1071 Main-
Thousands Guard the Track,
Tho Dally Mail's Port Arthur con
respondent cstiror.tos that tho total
numbor of Russian troops now In Man
churia is 200,000. half of whom are
guarding tho . railway. Tho corre
'China's firm stand einco tho reoo
cupatlon of Mukden has complicated
tho Ru?sian arrangements In Man
churia for dofenso and doubled the
difficulties of guarding tho long line
ot communication botwocn tho bound
aries and tho coast line.
"Tho council of war is sitting dally.
Tho port of Nlu Chwang and ports on
the Yalu rlvor are Icebound"
Tho Standard's Tiett Tsln corro
spondent says it is reported that Rus
sia has asked China to send 15,000
troops to Manchuria, to protect Chi
Rraylng for More Rain.
Vontura, Cal., Jan. 18. Only .34
Inchos of rain foil in yesterday's storm'.
Today tho clouds havo disappeared,
and thoro is no sign of rain. Cattle
men, who woro Jubilant yosUrday, aro
dlscouragod and disheartened.
i ; The Cash Idea Mst fee Right i j
1 or so many people wouldn't thiuk it so. It haa beenth foun- J
!! dation of our success in business. It enables us to undersell!!
If you want to gefcnn idea of tho profits charged by "fegu- ! !
lar stores" just examine the "reduced price" ads in tho daily ! !
papers. Jdow woum you iiko io pay mo ongiutu pneu muu- .
u tloned? But that's just tho price they charge you eleven -
months in tho year. Many, of these articles show a proht pf ;
60 to 65. If "iegular stores" haye to charge 50 io 65 ;;
i i profit on the linos advertised they must get about the same ; ;
profits on oilier hues they carry. (
; I When you trade with "regular stores" you havo to pay for J j
! tho losses of the "credit system" and for oxtravagant business j
methods. Try a casu store ana avoiu Dig prouw.
IIThe New Yokij
Salem's Cheapest One Price
E. T. BARNES, Ptop.
JClHHH88f 19 ltM WWIWWWKW
Favorable Report but
Sixty Thousand Rebels
A War of Extermination,
Trouble Caused by Ex
' edition of Chief
Amorlcans In tho district, but their
namos aro n6t available. In tho Ger
man lllochBtag today Van Duolow
made a statoment regarding the grav
Ity of tho rebellion, and announced
Uio omporor had already ordered ro
Inforcomonts rushed. Theso troops
will leavo Kiel Thursday, and will
reach tho mouth of tho Swakop rlvor
February 8th. Tho first detachmont
of 500, with nrtlllory, will be followed
a fow days later by GOO more. Von
Duolow said 10 years' work had been
destroyed. The colonists havo lost
practically all tholr property, and
many German families havo been fhur
dored but fow from remoto points
having reached tho military stations
Horse Fell on Him
(Special to The Journal.)
Shpridan, Ore, Jan. 18,' 1004.
T. L. Davidson, Jr.,, formorly of
I Salem, and who Is now conducting tho
Highland Stock Ranch, near this
place, and is ono of tho substantial
young mon of Oregon, met with a so
voro accident tho othor day, whllo pur
suing his work. Ho had his loft ankle
badly broken, and will bo laid up for
several weeks. While on tho range
Dorlln, Jan. 18. Dispatcb.es today
say the whites on tho German West
African coast aro In a desperate situ
ation1. There aro 3000 in a territory
of 300,000 square miles. Opposed to
them - is C0.000 rebels, including 20 ,
000 Hbreros, who aro tho finest of
tho negro race. Tho rebels aro lead
ing a war of extermination ngalnBt tho
whites. Besult, the governor, having
exnsporated them by tho execution of ho was riding down hill at a terrific
TO SIT ON
Supreme Court of the
United States Set
tles the Matter
Holds That Denying Them,
Is in Contravention of
The Fourteenth Amendment
Will Have to Be Ratified by
Panama-Hanna Is Back
in His teat
Washington, Jan. 18. Tho senate
commltteo on forolgn relations today
ordered a favcablo report on c
Panama canal treaty. Several amend
ments woro adopted, comparatively
unimportant, but which necessitates
tho roturnlng of tho treaty to Pana
ma for concurrence. Tho debate hero
Is oxpected to occupy from four to six
weeks, and it will requlro at least a
month for Panama to send It back for
ratification. Hcnco the payments, ng
gregatlng $50,000,000, won't need to
bo financed boforc April. Hnnna is In
his seat today, after several weeks
absence. Ho was warmly greeted by
Lodgo, Spoonor, Halo, Proctor and
other Republican members.
tholr chief, NIcodomiiB, for high trea
son against tho kaiser. Ten thousand
negroes are throiftonlng to capturo
Hlndhook, tho capital, which Is garrl
sonod by 180 whltos. All railways and
tolegraphs arc cut or destroyed. It Ir
now considered certain that all outly
ing whites will bo tortured and killed.
Official returns say thoro aro 40
speed, aftor a steor, when his horse
foil, striking upon tho rider's loft log
The animal slid about DO feet, and
when tho young mnn was oxtricnted
from his torrlblo situation, ho realized
that ho had had tho oscapo of bis llfo.
He is now resting easily, but still has
somo pain, and may not bo out for a
month1 or more.
Washington, Jan. ,18. In tho case?
ot Rogers against Stato of Alabama.,
tho supremo court today sustained tho
right of a negro to sit on criminal
Juries. Rogers was tried for murder,,
and nogrooB woro not nllowed on tha
Jury, on account of rnco and colotv
Tho tupiomo court holds this to bo it
denial of equal rights undor tho fouD
Another Theatre Durned.
FIndlay, O, Jan: 18. Tumor"
opora houso was destroyed by firo thl&
afternoon; loss $50,000 Several oth
er buildings woro throntencd by tho
lire, which at noon was not oxtln
You Can Do Without Trading at
Bat yotf wont do as well
Tho hop market Is exceptionally
strong,, and In tho last few days many
lots thus far hold by growers, have
changed hands nt figures bettor than
any offored for tho Bamo quality o?
hops In n numbor of years. Thomas
Holman sold his stock o prime hops,
amduntlng to 354 bnlos, to J. Car
mlchaol at 27 cents par pound. Mr
Holman fixed this as his selling prleo
early iu Uio season, nnd when the
market roachod his limit ho promptly
sold. Schlndler Dros., who re
side !n Polk county, noar tho Wallace .
farm, alsd Eold 90 bales of tholr hops j
Saturday aftoinoon to Jos. Harris, at
25 cents, and M. S. Skiff sold his crop
of 253 bales to Schucklng & Durbln nt
25 cents. Tho Schlndler lot was ie-:
contly offered at 17 conts, and at that
time dealers rofusod to buy them.
Othor lots havo boon sold nt rulln-
Thore aro several London buyon
In tho vtllloy, anxious to buy for tht
English market, but are meeting with
poor success, as nearly cll,the hops in
Oregon aro now In tho hands of dLl
ors, who aro stiff holders. Contract
lng Is going on rapidly and 17 to 18
cents Is the price agreed on In the
contracts, for ono year, whllo three- j
year contracts aro being made nt 164
cents per pound. Dealers generally
aro looking for a bettor market, as
brewers ao getting anxious to ro-!
plenish tholr stocks now that It be-,
comes ovldont that tho world's supply
is hardly enough to rui brewers until
tho noy crop can be harvested and
placed on Uio market.
This sale has become such an unusually Important and looked-forward-to periodic event that It needs no.
argument from us at this time to prove the wisdom of or the reasons for Its existence. The Idea of tho
sale Is just as old as Its Introduction by us years ago, but the sale Jtself, Its Immediate result, benefit!,
merchandising, Innovations and management Jutt as' new as If the Idea had Its conception today. Thero
were never so many reasons to comend It never eo many characteristics to Individualize It. Never so many
advantages to extend the most practical economies.
Ladies' Suits and Jackets
It's easy enough to offor poor
garmonts at seemingly low
prices, or flno garments nt high
prices, but td sell high-class
tailored suits at smallost pos
Blblo cost (to you) Ib qulto an
other thing. Vot, that Is exact
ly the mission of this store.
Judgo for yourself. Any $13.50
to $18 50 late fall suit or Jackot
Any $20.00 to $27.60 late fall
suit or Jackot
Men's Suits Ovctcoats
Our overcoats and sultu talk
as eloquently, although without
llfo, as tho most gifted sales
man could speak for tho;n.
Thoy appoal with tolling offcot
to economical mon who want
to wear good clothes at money
raving prices. Tho bounty of
the facbrlns, tha excellence of
workmanship bear sllont testi
mony of tho favor of w-ll-dressed
$10.00 values $ 0.75.
$15.00 values $ 9.50.
$20.00 values $14.50.
$25.00 values. $16.00.
Were Well Drilled.
m Dayton. 0., Jan. 18. Whllo th
teachor played tho piano, 400 chill
dren marched in perfect order from)
the burning Allen school this morn-1
lng. There was only ono accident,
when a crippled boy, near tho outet,
entrance, foil and was trampled upon. I
Tho fire originated In .the basement!
and ono aide of the building was do
Governor Chamberlain returted last
evening from Portland, where he
spent Sunday with his family
Tho newest conceptions of tho
shirt waist designs for coming
spring are shown on our second
floor; their daintiness and pret
Uness makes one long to be
tho proud poEBMBor of ono
of them. Secure them now,
for thoy are selling rapidly. Rc-
membor, the latest at
WHITE FAIR PRICES.
White Figured Dimities.
New India Linens.
New Nainsooks. ,
New French Lawns.
New Persian Lawns'.
cloths for lingerie and infant's
"MA8ALIA AND RELIANCE
only to bo had hore.
Hundreds of now designs In
whito mercerized fancies for 1904.
WHITE FAIR PRICES.
Every man needs thla hosiery
the kind you always buy hore, but
not at suoh llttld prices. Mon
with hosiery needs to Bupply will
do well to satisfy them at this
sale. Tho selection Is undoubted
ly tho best wo havo over shown.
Regular 60c quality
25c a pai