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SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 1904.
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5 VOL. XIV.
:t is now all
UP TO JAM
tessia Will Not Have He Plans in Man-
cntwia Interfered With, No Permit
Japan to Fortify Corea
London, Jan. 30. Dosplto bclltcoso
srts officials continue to assert
boy would bo much surprised should
rar botwoon Japan and Russia bo do
St. Petersburg, Jan. 30. Tho Nova
Promyo. today prints a list of 28 ro-
orva regiments which havo boon
rdored increased by batallions. Tho
paper adds that similar orders will
on bo issued to all othor reserve
Canton, Jan. 30. Placards wore
posted about tho city last night, in-
Jting tho natives to burn tho Euro
pean quartor. The consuls of tho va-
pious nations havo demanded an ox
(planatlon from tho viceroy.
Washington, Jan. 30. Tho stato do-
Ipartmont received tho following from
Minister Alton at Seeul: "A Corcan
official, rocontly returned from Rub-
Jala, states Russia appears to desire
itho neutralization of Corea. Tho Cor-
eon omporor is confident that foreign
powers will bo thoroughly satisfied
with his attltudo, which is ono of pro-
Russian 8teamer Fired Upon.
London, Jon .30. Tho Chefoo cor
respondent of tho Daily Mail says a
foreigner, who arrived thoro, Yeports
that tho Russian steamer Argun, up
on which ho was a passengor, from
Nagasaki to Port Dainy, was fired up
on by a Japanese warship outside of
tho Chemulpo harbor. Three shots
woro flrod across tho Argun's bows,
but no farther attempt to stop nor
Viceroy Aloxloff is bettor, tho cor
respondent says ho is still confined to
St Petersburg, Jan. 30. ThoNovoe
Vromya says it is Imposslblo for Rus
uia to enter Into an understanding
with; Japan concerning Manchuria,
bat regarding Corea Bho Is willing to
give Japan full rights south of tho
30th parallel, if Russia is permitted to
control all north of that Japan must,
hawovor., agroo not to fortify any part
of Corea. This Is to bo tho maximum
Try a box of that
elegant stuffed fr uith"1 havo to0 buIW,DB aflra u
wnn hiwum rmf tr thn ntroot. hut tho
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Phone 1071 Main
and REASONABLE PRICES is
11 tomera find that the quality of
i every way to that carried by "regular atorea ' but our prices . .
; ; are much lower.
; ; that's why.
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, Ladles' and Men's Furnishings, We Mil
tbe jrenulne Conklln'a norsenlde Work Gloves at $ 1.15. Tfeey remain
2 soft and pliable and are equal to two pairs of ordinary $1 gloves for
wear. We have a special mixed lot of calfskin, buckskin and hoeskla
I stoves at 80c Just an odd lot tbe factory was closing out- They're
Salem's Cheapest One Price!
E. T. BARNES, Prop.
of Russia's concession to Japan. As
tho Novoo Vrcmya is frequently In
spired officially, and it is believed this
publication foreshadows Russia's reply.
Cinnnti, Jan. 30. Tho announce
ment is reccivod from tho head' of
flco of Baxtor & Co., brokers, of Now
York, wero forced to suspend at the
closo of today's trading. One of the
biggest members of tho Arm is
Smathers, tho horseman. Tho sup-
PoslUon tho failure was causod by tho
advance in cotton. Tho first reports
aro that tho stockholders' 'loss will be
Cheswick, Jan. 30. Officials today
saye tho list of dead will probably ex
ceed 184. Many bodies aro being
brought to tho foot of tho shaft, whore
thoy aro immediately placed la cof
fins, oh further attompts at ldcntlfict
tion are useless.
Mlea Bryan 8 till Allvt.
Lincoln, Jan. 30. Nanny Bryan, sis
ter of William Jonningii Bryan, la
still alive, and tho physicians hope to
prolong her Ufa until ho arrives to
Later Nanny Bryan died at 1:30,
on hour aftor her sistor arrived from
Memphis. Her brother missed con
nections at Chicago, and can't arrivo
until tomorrow morning.
Coal Oil Stove Burned.
A cool oil siovo was tho cause of a
flro in T. B. Wait'0 office this morning,
and. but for nromnt interference.
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Intorlor was somewhat scorched.
The Pope la III.
Home, Jan. 30. According to high
dignitaries, tho popo is suffering such
111 health tha ho will probably break
tho old rulo and leavo tho Vatican the
tho only sure trade.
our merchandise is equa
IT UUSTS LESS TU UU A O'ASH. business, : :
It's quality that keeps our
crowing. We pell the most X
roliable footwear in the city.
When you want shoes that
give satisfaction go to tbe
coming summer, establishing his court
at sorao watering place.
GOOD ROAD8 LEAGUE.
For Street Improvement to Be Organ
ized In 8outh Salem.
Tho meeting for tho organization of
a, good roads and strcot improvement
league will bo held at tho Lincoln
school houso this evening at 7:30 p
Secretary Roy V. Ohmart, of the
Liberty Good Roads League, will be
present with their form of constitu
tion and by-laws.
J. A. Carson will speak on the state
road law, John Bayne on tho city road
law, H. B. ThiolBon for tho stato op
ganlzatlon and Bruce Cunningham for
Liberty broken rock road. Tho pub
lic Is Invited to bo present, and help
the movement for bettor streets.
Jos. Meyers & Sons Speak
for Salem's Prosperity
Jos. Moyors & Sons, when
about the business of tho past year
and tho prospects for 1904, vory cheer
fully responded that thoy wero Just
emerging from tho biggest year's
business over dono in their history,
or in tho history of Salem. Thoy havo
nover employed so much help, waited
on so many pooplo, nor sold so many
goods as In the past year. This, on
top of tho fact that tho trado has
boon more of a cash naturo, speaks
volumes for tho Improvement along
that lino in1 Oregon's Capital City.
Their forco is now bUBily engaged
in remodeling parts of th.o storo, and
re-arranging accommodations for larg
er stocks than. ovor. Managor Henry
Moyors, speaking of this phase of tho
business, said: to a Journal reporter
"Our expectations for spring business
aro great, and wo anticipate tho big.
gest trado over known in the history
of this section of Oregon. This we
attrlbuto to tho good prices paid for
all produce, tho fact that work has
been plentiful, at good1 wages, and that
thera is a big emigration from the
East and Middle West constantly roll
ing In. Wo expect greater demands
for goods this season, and have
bought liberally, especially in cotton
goods, and wo havo Just rccoivod a
shipment of ovor nlno tons in weight
Our firm cortalnly appreciates tho
hondsomo trcatmont given It by thq
local trado, and proposes, as In the
past, to cater to tho intorcsts of the
largo number of patrons who como to
our storo. Our aim Is to constantly
Improve our facilities for doing busi
ness, and to bo always bottor ablo to
tako care of tho wants of our custom
ers." Farming In Willamette Valley.
It has boon' fully demonstrated that
tho soil must bo raised from tho bot
tom of tho furrow In plowing, instead
of being prossed down and made Into
a polished surface, Hko when plowed
with an ordinary sulkoy or walking
plow. In order to accomplish this,
tho plowing must bo dono with a disc
plow. Tho soil of Uils valley needs
to have the molsturo hold on It as long
aa possible Tho disc plow leaves the '
sub-soil In a sllchtlv undulating sur-
fnAA m .. i , .i,.xm Inntjuiil n . '
nlng down tho smooth, glossy surface
and then running upon that surfaco to
tho lowest part of the field, and flood-
Ing perhaps that part (making it val-1
ueless), If. Is rotalned all over the'
field in thoso uneven surfaces, and
must remain thoro until it soaks, into I
tho ground, or is evaporated by the. I
wind and sun,
Tho point aimed at In tho abovo Is
to call attention to the John Deore
triple, doublo and single disc plows, '
which are at present tho leading disc j
plow in tho valley. Thoy are so ar-.
ranged that they can turn a furrow
up hill on any land that any plow(
will, and they aro lighter, and will
stay In tho' ground better undor all
conditions than any othor. They have
all tho modern devices for regulating.
Tho discs are seb at a differont angle
from any othor plow, and revolve on '
ball-bearing axles. You should soa
this beautiful plow, in order to under
stand Ita merits. Wo oan show you
Its superiority. If you will call at our
placo of business in Parkburst's old
stand, on Commercial street
MANNING & FBIIGUSON.
Chicago Has a Society
Scandal That Is
Lady High Roller Says Black
mail but Witnesses
and Hotel Registers
Give Hints -
Chicago, Jan. 30. Tho vast crowd
which Btormed tho doors of tho court
whoro tho Tilbury trial Is on, was to
day disappointed when the court on
do red that nono bo
thoso having business. Tho first wits
boss was tho proprietor of tho hotol
at Dixon, 111., who tostlfled that Til
bury stopped thoro a number of times
with a femalo companion, who regis
tered as his wife, and thoy occupied
a suite with but ono entrance. Ho
nover scrutinized tho woman's faco,
henca is unablo to say If It was Mrs.
Tho hotel proprietor testified that
tho hotel register had mystoriouBly
disappeared, and ho didn't know
where It had gone. Clare, Tilbury's
We call this your store, for the reason that you are at ifberty to come and go a you please, whether for
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sightseeing, rest, recreation or shopping. It Is not only a merchantllo establishment to make money, but
to offer you every- convenience Ip the way of little luxuries that will come to you freo of charge and with
no cost whatever. Wherever It hat been poulble we have Installed cuch conveniences as will help you In
your shopping and make more satisfaction to you on every purchase.
Today closes ono of tho greatost sales In ladles'
suits and jackets ever conducted In this city.
Greatest from tho point of numbor sold; greatest
from tho point of valuo giving.
Today Is Yout
to secure ono of thoso superb suits or Jackets, of
tho latest styles, mado in tho nowest shados. Not
a suit or Jacket is hold in
brought IJorwrd for this tho last
Ilasto moans dollars for you.
4-IncIi Black Taffeta Ribbon, Exta
Big Special in
of tho newest and latest designs
in embrolderlos, Insertions, bead
ing and edging.
Values up to &0c 18 Inches wide
Sheer SwJbs ombroiderles, edg
ings, Insertions and headings, val
ues up to 35c, 9 inches wido
formor attorney, doniod all knowledge
of Incriminating letters, which Tilbury
claimed to havo received from Mrs.
Thurston, and which it was subse
quently claimod had disappeared from
tho placo whoro tho chaffcur had
placed them. Mrs. Thurston was re
called, and denied point blank that
Bho over occupied tho somo room with
Blew Up a Transport
Paris, Jan. 30. Official inquiry
about tho missing transport Vienna,
rovcals ovldenco tondlng to provo the
vossol wna blown up at sea by an
anarchist bomb, placed in her maga
zlno before she sailed last December
for Toulon. Suspicion is fastened on
tho keeper of tho magazino, who dis
appeared from tho Vionna. Fifty of
ficers and men woro aboard.
Salt Lake, Jan. 30. Tomorrow Mor
monlsm increases its ecclesiastical
torrltory, by adding anothor stato of
Zlon. Apostles Smith and Taylor loft
j today for Iona, Idaho, to ndmo a
president and porfoct an organization,
8llk Mills Burned.
Pattorson, N. J., Jan. 30. Two
thousand omployos woro thrown out
of work by tho burning of tho Ashloy
Balloy silk mills this morning. The
loss is heavy.
Cotton Breaks Record.
Now York, Jan. 30, Tho continued
bull movomont in cotton this morning
sent tho prico to almost 18 conts. The
bears aro panic-stricken.
u uuumim ammmiwmwKB mmu.
For any (10.00
For any 15.00
For any $20.00
Special Salo numbor ono hundred
and sixty-ono. Dargolnst galoro in
tho nowest and latest designs in
ombroiderles, insertions, headings
and edgings. Positively tho now
est goods shown for spring wear.
Values up to 25c yard.
Grand Duke Gave an
Order to Blow up
And and Ignorant Subord-
inant Fired the Min&
Killing and Wounding
a Thousand Men
Berlin, Jan. 30. Advices, Bald to
havo como from an authoritative
source in Russia, stato that, during
tho recont maneuvers of the Hussion
troops. Grand Duko Sorgo, governor-.
general of Moscow, ordered a bridge
blown up, forgetting that tho oupor-
I structure wan covorod with troops. An
' un-Intolllgoat subordlnato oboyed or
dors, with tho result that BO officers
andn 100 mon woro killed or wound-
od. Tho dispatches concerning it
woro suppressed. Tho grand duko's
I romoval from tho army, and tho loss
' of his position as governor is Bald to
' bo Imminent.
Tho Park school, of Portland, was
dostroyod' by flro Thursday night
Loss, $80,000, partly Insured.
If you know of a mau who wants a good-looking
woll mado, up-to-dato suit or ovorcoat, but doosa't
want to pay tho prico usually oskod for such suits
or overcoats, will confor a great favor upon him
If you will toll him what's going on hero. Hero's
overythlng to wear for travel, fvT work, for play
and fair play In all our dealings. You want work
ing clothes mado right, just as woll as your "glad
rags." Road thoso prico quotatiens:
suit or overcoat
suit or overcoat
$ J 4.50
suit or overcoat
Quality, 1 9c Yad
for hat drapes, Thoy como In a
groat varloty of cplors, such as
black, black and whlto, whlto and
black, navy, royal bluo, brown,
gold mixtures 18 lnchoa wide,
IV, yarda long all grados, all
Tho now chiffon stoak founda
tion. Tho lightest, neatest and
boat stock foundation on the mar
3 for 25c
Limit 3 to a customor.