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SALEM. OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JULY D, 100C.
FME EAGLE AND OLD GLORY IN THE AIR
End With Music, Speeches, Songs
and Fireworks Celebrates
the Nations Natal Day
Crho workingmon's Fourth of July
elcbrntion was n success from start to
isn. Tho first bombs wero fired nt
Irybrcnk and country pooplo began to
Igour into town at an early hour.
RU exactly 10 a. m. tho Roferm
Ekshool bandi plnyedr up a patriotic air,
land lod by Comrndo Bonson of tho
Kwpontcrs' union and Brother West of
tio Print ors' Union, bearing tho Stars
land Stripes, tho procession started
down Stato street.
Small boys mado tho wolkln ring
lasltlio procession filed down Commcr
clftl etreot, and tho sldowalks on both
pfltes wero thronged with crowds. At
Morion Squaro all seats wero taken
lBlndvanco and thoro was "standing
fcTho Reform School band surprlsod
allfby their ability to play first class
mule. Tho loader, II. L. Beard, has
Mfino lot of boys, who by their manly
ftfpoaranco and ability as musicians
kavo won many friends nt Salem,
K&t least 3000 peoplo wero at tho
fFunds whon Mayor Waters cnllod to
order and introduced Rev. W. S. Gor-
ea. of Loslto M. E, church, who do-
Hvorcd a stirring invocation.
KTho nudlcnco was n very fino ono,
largely composed of tho host peoplo of
the city, its suburbs nnd tho surround
ISg country. Thoy wero tho substan-
tlaljAmorican yeomanry who mako this
clSyJ nnd country ono of tho finest cities
d communities in tho world.
Eho day was porfoct and it was
jwjjoycd by many who went Into tho
country ami to other cities. A largo
delegation went to Portland. Among
thorn wns Governor Chamberlain who
Ertcd '!iHt hat night. Othors who
Body of Late Secretary Hay
Laid in Last Resting
Desperate Gang Escape From
McNeil Island and Are
wont to Portland wcro Mr. nnd Mrs.
E. T. Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Dins
moro, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Poguo, nnd
W. H. Burghnrt. Misses Warrant wont front bonch to tho rlght To tho loft
wcro President Roosovclt and Samuel
Cleveland, 0., July 5. With fitting Tncomn, July C Tho eight convicts
ceremonies, yet mnrked simplicity, tho who escaped from tho federal prtoon
body of tho late sccretnry of stnto, ! on McNeil's island are still at largo in
, ,T . , i it i ii i .t , i"o i'ugci oounu region, xwo or xuo
John Hay, was todny laid In its Inst ,.,,,, ,,,, ,
resting place In Lakcvicw cemetery. At COnV ct"' Wado ?ntl MC "" nr
11 o'clock a short service for tho dead ,orato mcn' "nd 8 thor M'-ly
, ... i . it mt i . havo arms, tho officers oxpect a hard
bogan In tho sanctunry of tho Wado t ..,,', . , ,,
-.-...-I -i.ni tui nn,nrv! flRnt before thoy oro captured. Many
T .. , , ,, , ,, iu4i . believe thnt tho present man hunt will
In the chapel wcro assembled tho Httlo i , ,
i rlvnl tho fnmoiin Trncv chase.
nnmntinv Af il ipt lnmilahnri mniirnnrn. .
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Mrs. Hay and Clnronco Hay wero on tho
Senator Brownell and
Others Plead Tomorrow
Wtkz PAce That
to Woodburn. Mr. and Mrs. B. D,
Allon went to visit their daughter,
Mrs. Miller, at Hubbard.
Mrs. Mlnnlo DoLong-Wolls rcud tho
grand old Declaration of Independence
ina benutiful and Impressive mnnncr,
and maintained her reputation as a fino
elocutionist. Her rendition held tho
nudlonco spellbound with tho old charm
Tho band played a grand medley of
luttiuiuu aire, 4uuiuuug America, nnu
tho Star Spanglod Banner, at which
tho cntlro audienco aroso as ono 'per
son, a splendid manifestation of Ameri
Hon. P. H. D'Arcy was tho first
speaker, taking tho plnco of Rev. Bun
ynn, who wns called; away by somo
other duties. Ho oloquontly pload tho
causo of tho labor organizations of
this city, no hndi a warm feeling of
sympathy for tho carpontcrs' union. It
holpod its membors in sickness and
distress. It upheld good wnges,'good
ordor ami good government' -in this
community. With nn oloquent outburst
of patriotic ardor ho concluded with
a pororatlon of great oratorical
Edgar Avorlll, a reporter on tho
Capital Journal and gradunto of Wil
Jnmotto university, told ono of Mark
Twaln'a funny stories in rt very enter
taining mannor that ploascd tho civil
dron young nnl old. Avcrlll has a
natural voln of humor that makes it
easy for him to kcop an audienco
laughing. Mr. Avorlll was recallod and
gavo tho burlcsquo on "Agnes I Lovo
Thoo." Ho got groat applause. Iko
Manning, city editor of tho States
man, delivered tho next address.
Speech of Isaac Manning.
This colebratlon is callod forth, now,
as it has boon for 125 years, by patri
otism, lovo of country and veneration
of thono great men who mado this day
glorious in our history by tho produc
Bremerton, July 5. It Is reported
that sovornl of tho MoNoil Island esr
Mathor. Tho other relatives woro near ' capod prisoners wero soon in tho vlcin
Mrs. Hny. "Vice-President Fairbanks ity of Sllvordnlo, sovon miles from
and tho romnlndor of tho company sat hero this morning, nnd a posso has boon
well in tho roar of tho chapel. Whon organized to search for them,
tho silent company assembled Dr. I Four possos aro now on tho trail of
Hiram 0. Hoyden began tho prayor tho supposed convicts near Bremerton.
2 LEWIS AND CLARK EDITION.
Tho Journal Saturday will bo a largo special edition for freo distri-
5 button this month at tho Oregon and Marion county hoodnuaxtora All
gj citizens aro roqucstod to hand in statements of their oxporienco in Ore
J gon that will interest Eastern pooplo in Salem and tho Willamette val- i
for tho dead. A quartot sang two United States Marshal HopkinB is
verses of a hymn, following which Dr. , waiting until a doflnito roport is ro
A. B. Meldum, pastor of tho church, colvedi as to tho location of tho outlaws
read a passago from tho scriptures. An-, bef oro sending out tho main ponso. Of
other hymn, n prayor and tho sorvlccs nclols of tho f odoral prison aro itcorod
ended. A squad of troops of tho Ohio on all sides as tho result of tho break.
National Guards boro tho caskot down ' Tho convicts cut through fivo cell walls,
L'e because our prices aro always
it, and tho quality of our morchnn
is always satisfactory that our
MMblishinent has grown during the
Kjsafc' few years from tho smallest to
t Jof tho largest in tho city. You
full value for your money every
ffsn't tho prico that's mado for an
or for a day. You want to know
Sg tho prico on ovory article in tho .. . ... . ' ' , . . .
is right ovcry business day in tho', , . ., . , , lfJ .
" ' ' . been road to vou thnt iloclnriitlnn of
4. I FAAf1ttllnf tnflAnntiilAnAn nt daI nm.
.a.vwu-u... wb .IIMVIIUHItVIIVV Ul PVU MO"
sortlon thnt document by vlrtuo f
which a now world sprang into exist
onco as a concreto government, rather
than as a colony.
From that fourth day of the sum
mer month of July in 1775, whon,
worn with tho struggle against tho
despotism of a government of which
they had boon no part, that Httlo co
terio of embryonlo statesmen sat to
gether in that hall now famous in tho
city of Philadelphia and gave out this
document to the world, which should
stand throughout tho ages aa a model
of elegant English, as well as a tozt
book on principles of freedom, the
entire world has been changed. Yet
little did thoso men, great of charac
ter and advanced in ways of wisdom
as thoy wore, dream of the future for
which they were building. Little did
they appreciate what a power, what
a nation, what a people, hesitating in
its onward march, would turn back
wards in contemplation, on this day to
venerato, to bless, to do honor, to their
It is thoreforo fitting and proper
that we should . gather here today in
furtherance of the mission which theso
fathers of our government laid out for
us; that of proclaiming liberty
throughout the land. It is proper that
wo should coino together here for the
purpose of rejuvenating those feelings
of patriotism which are necessary if
wo would continue to work as a body
for the advancement of our govern
ment as a world power.
Patriotism Is Natural.
Love of country is natural to man,
tho aisle, and behind it followed tho
chief mourners and membors of tho
cablnot, who acted as honorary pall
bearers. Tho Prosldent accompanied
Mrs. Hay to the carriage. Tho cortogo
then moved to tho Stono plot, whero
the cnsVot was lowered into tho grave,
Dr. Hayden reading tho familiar gravo-
sldo prayer. Tho party at onco ontorod
carriages and wero driven away. Tho
President and cabinet, with visiting as
sociates of tho lato secretary, wero
driven to tho train, nnd Mrs. Hny ro
turned to tho homo of Samuol Mather.
Tho funeral began with tho arrival of
President Iloosovclt nnd party at tho
Chamber of Commorco hall, whoro tho
remains lay in state. Troops, with a
equad of police lod tho cortego, and a
largo number of peoplo lined the
streets loaning to tho cemetery, and
watched tho passago of tho funoral
then through tho roof, nnd had boon
gouo fivo hours boforo tho warden
knew of it.
Portland, July C (Special to Tho
Capital Journal.) Tho ensos of all tho
other defendants in tho land fraud
trials woro sot for hearing by Judgo
DoHnven todny. Senator Goo. O. Brow
noil and othors will plead tomorrow.
All tho indictments found by tho grand
jury wil bo brought up for trial.
Honoy'a success, in convicting Sonator
Mitchell, has rovived intorcst in all tho
casos of tho govornmont. Thoy will
bo prosecuted rigorously. Congress
man Williamson 'a trial has been Eot for
It Is tho evident intention of Fcdcr
nl Judgo DcHnvcn' to rush through tho
trials of tho land fraud cases today,
whon SO cases wcro callod up, and tho
dofondnnts ordered to appear at onco
nnd plead or demur. Arguments wcro
heard on tho demurrer in tho enso of
tho Butto Crock Land and Lumber and
Livestock Company, nnd tnken undor
advisement. Bench warrants wcro is
sued for A. B. audi E. B. Downs. Tho
indictment returned against Frank J.
VanWlnkle, Frank W Dugan and F. L.
Slslcr wero dismissed. Tho prosecution
stated that all tho defendants in tho
enso against S, A'. D. Putor, Horaco Mc
KInloy, ot al., agreed to pload guilty,
oxcopt Stato Sonntor F. P. Mays, who
is sick in California. His case was
placed lost on tho docket. Arguments
on a numbor of demurrers will bo hoard
Steam Into Harbor and De-
mand Coal, Food and
Thodoshln, Russia, July C. Tho bat
tleship Potomkin has arrived horo
nnd requested conl, provisions nnd med
ical nttontton. Tho mutineers demand
od that tho authorities gunrantco their
enfoty during tbnlr stay here.
Boa Going Sanitarium.,
Berlin, July 6. Tho steamship
Fuorst BlBinnrck, recently built for tho
Hamburg-American lino for a floating
flaintarium, is to start tomorrow on
hor first "health crulso." Tho cruiso
will cover nearly 4000 miles and' will
include stops at Guernsey, Buntry Bay,
Stornowny, Lcith, tho Shotlnnds,
Tronilhjom and Bcrgou. Tho crulsortt
aro to bo chiefly for convalescents and
thoso In need of rest and recreation.
Dr. Schweninger, who wns physician
to Prlnco Bismarck, will be In porson
nl olmrgo. Tho ship is equipped- with
a gymnasium, electric batliK, mnssago
rooms and all other accessories of an
St. Petersburg, July 5. Sovornl
wero injured as tho result of tho rioting
at tho Putiloff works this morning. The
polico arrested a young man who was
outering tho works, nnd wns suspoctod
of having dynamite in his possession.
Tim young muu drew a revolvor and
killed tho pollcoman who mado arrest,
and was himself wounded by anothor
policeman, Tho strikers congrogated
on tho Petershoff road, and tho Cos
sacks charged them, first using thoir
whips; and then fired a volloy, wound-
' Ing several workmen. Othor dlsor-
Tom Lawson Goes West.
Boston, Mass., July 5. Thomas dors are anticipated.
Lawson, copper mngnnto and arch-fooj
of tho Standard Oil crowd, left Bos- London, July C.-Tho Constantinople
ton today en routo to Kansas whoro correspondent of tho Star telegraphs
ho is scheduled to speak at several
Portland, April 5. Honoy received
tho following from Washingten: "Your
loyal, able and successful conduct of
tho prosecution against Senator Mitch
ell is appreciated and commondod. Hoyt,
Catholio Bummer School.
Cliff Hnvon, N. Y., July C The
Catholic Sumraor School of Amgericrc
began its fourteenth nnnuaT session
hero today and will continuo until Sop
tombor 5. During this period there
nlso will bo a four weeks' mooting
Of tho Bummor Instlluto for Teach
ers, undor tho direction of the Now
York Stato Deportment of Education.
Tho looturors who will discuss the
varied program of topics provided by
thb summor school include tho Bt. Bov..
Mgr. Loughlln of rhllndolphla, the
Rov. John T. Crongh, of tho Catholic
university at Washington, tho Rov. J.
T. Drlscoll of Albany, and Prof. J. P.
Monnghan of tho department of eom
morco nnd labor, Washington.
Chautauqua gatherings on tho moth
oils of tho Startdnrd Oil trust and
thoso at tho head of tho combine Prior
to his departure Mr. Lawson an
noawed that ho would travel west by
way of Canada for fear that somo lo
gnl action might bo taken as ho passod
through New York to delay his arrival
jTe are showing are strictly correct in
rery detail. Just what ovtxy lady
nts for the summer season.
Salou'f cheapest one-price cash store
E. 7, BABNES, Prop.
Printers' Strike Growing.
San Francisco, July 5. Tho business
of many of the large job printing offi
ces in this city is practically suspended
today on account of tho walkout of tho
printers. This morning tho pressmen
and feeders walked out. Probably 600
He Didn't Belong to Us.
Las Champs, July 5, It is reported
that tho commander of tho fort nt tho
ontranco of tho Bosphorus has been or
dered .to flro on tho Potomkino if she
tries to pnss the Dardanelles.
Kustenjl, Roumania, July 6. Tho
steamer King Carl, just arrived reports
all tho RuBisan merchant steamers from
Alexandria to Constantinople as arriv
ing with their crews in mutiny,
Sebastopol, Russia, July 5. Tho
Black Sea squadron, under Rear-Admiral
Krugcr, returned hero today from
its second voyage to Odessa, Tho
squadron included tho battleship Po-blebotosetz,
St. Petersburg, July 5. Tho strike
is spreading, but is not yet general. A
meeting of the strikers at Putiloff
works was held this morning, at which
demands wcro formulated based upon
that Lancia fell over a precipice while p,,.,,,., Gapon, pr0Rram A Btrong
going at the rate of 50 miles an hour,
(Continued on Page Three.)
I ice lieam ;
Mt'H I i I IHI III I M'I'HI ttt' '
force of cavalry is guarding the works.
The employes of the Laforra tobacco
works joined tho striko today.
Monkeying With Uncle Samski
Valojo, Cal., July 5. The crew of tho
Russian ship Lena, interned at the
Maro Island navy yard, threatened to
revolt, Ono hundred and fivo mon went
to the master and demanded to be re
turned to Russia on- parole, as was dono
with the Russian ships interned at Ma
nila. The demand was refused, and a
mutiny is iminent. All shoro leaves
are refuted the men, and the Uultod
States marine guards were doubled by
the naval authorities.
WEDNESDAY SPECIAL SALE NUMBER 235.
For today's spoclal wo offor u high grade, hoivy scalloped buck, tl r 0
different styles of shell,
Thut aro splendid values at 25 conta each, but for today's big bargain
ovont wo offer you your choico of tho nmtortmont at
Every now modo, every now woavo and material for this season's wear,
Your tlmo for woarlng is just beginning, while wo are reducing tho price
to much loss than cost of materials. Every garment is a goru of stylo and
beauty and cannot bo procured clsewhero for anything Hko tho prico wo
ask. Stunning effects in BILK OLOTII nnd MOHAIR at HALF FRIOB.
Bo early to got best choosing.
Ladles1 Wrist Bags
Wo oro showing a fine assortment
of ladies' wrist and shopping bags,
in tho latost shapes and colorings
in black, brown and groen, bluo and
50c to $6.50
Tho kind you havo admired. Such
grotcsquo patterns and designs in
fanciful colorings. Tho newest
things in tho market,
Oc to $6.50
Everyone of this season's design
ing and making. No old, out of
date styles, but tho newest, at prices
to please everyone Materials are
lavn, batiste, Swisses, linen, silks.
65c to $9.00
OUT OF TUB ORDINARY, Is tho
selling wo ore now doing and many
flattering remarks that good dress
ers aro making about our superior
No garments aro worn under moro
sovoro conditions unless they aro
mado to withstand hardships. It's
most stylish and comfortabla for
hot daytf. Colors and materials aro
in variety enough to satisfy you
and prices aro
$8.50 to $16.50
Don't that word mako you wish
you bad ono to swing under your
shade treo eo you could enjoy lifof
We can supply that want with the
best of hammocks In a great variety
of colors and patterns at
$.00 to $6.50