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DADDY BATCTAH JOURNAL, SALEM, OgBOOlT, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 100S.
The Old White Corner
Cbristataa la past. Look out'for our Grand January Cloamneo Salo.
Romombcr our gonerous froo offer of hlgh-grado dinbee. Every pur
ehaoor goto a coupon, and" whoncouponn arc brought bock to ua wo will
not nek you to pay for tho dfohos no other otorco do.
Wo DOTor floooo our customers under tho protcnoo of ebArlty by
making thorn pay n big prleo for ordinary "pTomlum" but will giro
vnlunblo premiums frco of cost.
We make this statement
yours for a square deal always.
Stockton & Co.
New York, Dh, W. Schwartz Bros,
jewelry store window oh Broadway was
smashed1 while the street itm crowded
with pedestrians this morning, and
000 worth of rings t4)ln. It li believed
two men and a womAn were the thieves
but nil osaped.
McOlellan Statue Nearly Completed.
Paris, Dee, SKI. Frederick MncMon
nlw, tha American sculptor, has oenv
pitted the full-also model of tho eques
trian Htattio of General Goergo 1). Me
dollar!, to be creeled in Washington,
1). C. It has Imh Inspected ami ac
cepted by Captain Prank Mason, the
American oeHul-ganernl, and General
Lucius H. Warren, representing the
government and tho Society of the
Army of (he Petomna. After a few
finish I hk touches, It will be tamed ever
to the founder for eat!ng. The figure
of General MsClelUn It In full unl
form, with the McCleHan cap. It U an
excellent likeness. MeMeaaies worked
on the iUU mere than two yearn,
h1 U row At work on the baerealef for
the pedestal It will be flniehed In
time to be exhibited In the spring
Will Rovive Wlolo Continent,
dhleego, !) SH.-Piaas for an old
fashioned roHgi revival, to nwep
the continent of America, were matfa
yesterday by religious workers from
hII over tho country At the evangelistic
conference conducted by It. A. Terrey
and Rev. Charles M. Alexander At the
Moody church. With the same wemlor
ful power whleh swept over Wagland
last aummw in oe of the greatest re
vival In history, Dr. Terrey and Mr.
Alexander opened tho two-days' confer
ence with three pubMe meetings. At
oeh of tho services the church was
thronged, and at each the audience wa
characterised by the moat late e
Euglmid and Qonuauy Called In.
LoRdoa. D. . The merehaRU In
Jtuwla have aaked the foreigt Ue
for proteotiea. Tho report of oampH
catioae botwttea JHala and Gormany
over the Kalaer'a prepoaal to aead a
warship to IUga is ooanrmed.
tew ww stmHbwmkfw wimp nt&tm
IMPROVED SUCTION GUARD
Bye glassed can bo worn by peoplo who oanaot wear any other guard
They otay on without pinching, and aro tho most simple and beautiful eye
glasses made. No cork or rubber facings to become unsanitary. Come in
and we will demonstrate tho facts. Wo are sole agents for Salem.
Si, PahI, MInr., Dee. tO.Oyrita
Korthrtip, pretldent ef tho Ualveratty
ef MirMoeotn, upoftklng At tho MUneoo
tn State NihiAtloRAl AaaoelatloH to
iky, ealdi "A ftorreapoBdeNt for ah
lftiitern publieAtler, erltlelalng tho way
In whleh Weatorn eollegea eondtiet foot
ball, la a tnlaerablo eorreapoBtlont, tell
lng tho country what I think of foot
ball. TMa errMpondnt muat novor
Iiavo laid AOreaa the parental knee, or
ho eould never hnvo lied ao, or ao oom
pletely mlaquetel men, I favor foot
ball, but am eppeaedi to It between high
aahoole, or bctwocn high eehoole and
eollegoa. Ieetball has come to at ay. It
haa a helir en tho popular ImaglnAtlen.
It ean bo regulated, but net driven
away. If wo ean drive out profession
al I wa, eommorelallim ah4 betting, we
ah make it a good game for healthy,
aturdy yoHRg men."
OolobraUng BUm MemorUl Day.
AahUlMtlM, 0., Dee. Ja9. Today la the
AivorAry of the terrible disaster ef
Deoowtbor W, 1678, when tho Lake
fMtoro Railway bridge near thlr oity
OAUapeed wader tho weight of a par
aoNRor traU ad aooreo of Uvea were
lt. My of tho dxAd were evor
itloatliled, AJg them tho noted ovah
-getIM, eowpeaer and revival alagor, P,
P. HHm, who, with his wife, wore
i among tho Hareoeg-aJaed dead. Witt the
other unidentified dtMir, ho was burled
la OreaUtit Grevo oemotery. Aa is for
ww years, a epoelal Wis HMtaorlal
ervloa waa heM at the eemetory today.
Una Will Turn Oathellc.
Kw, Dee. 19. The Italia eayo that
PriaM Haa of Dattoaborg, who ia
ihhhi to bo married to King Alfenae of
'StMia, will eoate to Rome 1r January,
'and will bo aotoptod lata the CatholU
aharoh at St Peton's. aha will be bap
tism) by Arebblafcop Stoaor, tho high
oot Maglish prolate in Itome, la the pros
aaoo of Cardinal rrry dol Val, the
papal soerotary of state.
o j. let a? o n. ac jsl .
Deaf Mute Trying to Curse in
the Dark Regains Speech
Blookton, CaL, Doc. 20. Davo Mil
ler, a doaf muto, who catno hero a I ow
days ago from Salt Lake City, was
cured in a remarkablo mnner. One
tight this woek his bodfellow pulled all
tho covering off him, and Miller woke
up angry and noarly froson. lie made
suoh nn effort to curso his bcdfollow
that something in his head snapped, ami
he regained both speech and hearing.
HOPS TO THE
St. Louis, Dee. SO. Theodore Schar
ror, aged 3C, a wealthy hop dooicr of
Stuttgart, Germany, announced today
that ho will marry WUhelmlna Duscfa,
daughter of Adolptis Dutch, nt tho 1st
tor's horn o New Year's day. Wed
nesday tho couplo drovo to liollcvlllo,
Illinois, and rogliitorod nt tho hotel as
man and wife. They went for a lleonse
but tho office was olosed, so they re
turned to St. Louis. Adolphns DtiMh
says he don't know ef the eonteinplateO
taarriage, and don't oare. Ho nays the
registration at Dellevlllo of Koharrof'i
was the Gorman idea of a Joke. Sehar
rer says (ho weddfnjr will be quiet.
Inspection Company M.
Major May, of tho Oregon National
Guard, Is In tho elty, and will eon
iKiet an initpeetien of Company M, the
81 om military organisation, this even
ing at tho armory. The armory will bo
a busy plase. Oa the first floor will bo
a meeting of tho lmsinew men to ostab
llih a ennnery and paint mine. On the
aocond fleer tho model oity council of
Orogon will bo in aoiiien. On tho third
floor tho National Guard Inspection will
tako plase. Captain May went to tUj
Philippines at tho head of B Comiany,
and aorvod a year and a half. Tho Sec
ond Oregen will be remembered as the
first regiment of American troops to
land in the Spanish poaaoMlons, He
Is a train dispatcher ef tho Southern
. Cofnn Court-MartUi Ended.
Annapolis; Md., Dee. tt.-The Coflta
oonrt-martial conclndo.! Its dollhcra
ttons hkoftly after midnight, and Its
finding wore forwarded to Admiral
HaRdN. Thore lo a ooafllct of opialoa
as to whether iaado, aa tha ooavoalHg
authority, is ompowerod to roviow the
flad4ng. eWtndo intimated that he
would send tho roonl with bis recom
mendations, to Washington. The trial
ef Mtdohipmaa Stephen Decatur, Jr.,
commenced this afternoon. Ho ia ac
eusod of baaing.
Grg IUrrU made a Hying trip to
Hvarttja yostorttoy aftoraooa.
M. T. Whitney, f Ohltwaod, Liaocdn
caaaiy, who orpocts to make hia "ovor
kUngnovorgotovorlt" aff a pat cat
torpedo gopher dtroyr aaa aalversar
male daatroyor, Is spoadUg a fow days'
Andrew Pialoy died this morning at
5 o'clook at tho Finley homo in West
Salota. He waa 6C years aid, and has
boea making his heme with his bob,
Dan Finley, in West Salem. Besides an
aged wife ha loaves several childroa,
threo ef whom reside in Salem, Dan,
Frank and Bdword. The ethers are
Mrs. M. J. Welch, Jamas, Simon and
William Fialey, of Ohatfleld, Mianoso
Ja. Tho funeral services will be conduct
od at the house Sunday afternoon at 1
ojolock by Bar. W. H. Bollock, aad in
tormeat will be given in Oity View
' i O i
"For seven years," writes Geo. W.
Hoffmau, of Harper, Wash., "1 had a
bitter battle with chronic stomach and
liver trouble, but at last I won, and
cured my diseases by the uso of Eleo
trio- Bitters. I unhesitatingly reeom
mead them to all, and don't intend in
the future to be without them, ia the
house. They aro certainly a wonder
ful medicine, to have cured such a bad
ease as mine." Sold under guara&tea
to do the same for you, by J. O. Perry,
druggist, at COc a bottle. Try them
(Four O'clock Edition.)
Portland, Doc. 80. Knspar Van
Dran, whoso wife was poisoned August
13th, Inst, under oircumatnncos lndloot
ing murdor, committed- sulcldo nt 10
o'clock last night, by swallowing cyan
ide, tho identical poison with which his
wlfo was killed. His body was found
this morning. Much mystory surroundo
the death of Mrs. Van Dran, and tho
enso was nevor fully solved, In the
May before her death J. W. Young, who
owns a saloon two doors from Van
Dran's place of business", went to Van
Drnn's saloon, and shot tho latter five
times. Van Dran waa in the hospital
two months, but recovered, Young was
tried, convicted of nseauH to commit
murdor, and sentenood to six years. He
appealed the ease.
About SO students from the Mon
mouth No&tnal school chartered Ifie
steamer nt Independence this morning,
came to Salem and are now doing the
public buildings, tho University and
other places ef interest, ' Tho crowd is
chaperoned by Prof. Ik D. Kossler and
they are having a very gay time.
They first took possession of the state
house, whore they hid a mock somlon !
of the legislature, and passod a bill
giving a handsomo appropriation for!
the support ef tho Monmouth school. A '
great amount of other "important",
logWatlve business was also attended
Through ihe courtesy of Soerelnry of ;
State Dunbar, thoy wore supplied wifh
tables and chairs la one of the largo '
committee rooms, whero thay ate their
lunch, after which ihey went to the
penitentiary and then to tho asylum.
They seemed to be enjoying every mln.
Hto ef their stay In the Capital Oity,
and it will be late tonight when they
are again in the town ef Monmouth, i
The crowd is composed of students
who could not go homo for tho holidays,
nnd this Is the climax ef a sorics of en
tertalntaents nnd frolics, which they
have boon having to pas away the time
more pleasantly. I
Ih ah intorviow with Prcoidcnt Koav
Icr It was learned that tho school was
Njoying one of tho moot seoMfHl
years in Ua history. The ragUtraUen
than at thla time last ynar. Oat ef
the M counties In the state II are rep
reeented la the student body, as are
also 10 ether Mates, The mid-winter
graduating exercises will be held Feb
rurary lath, at which time 10 student
will be given their idteep-sklaa. In
June there will be graduated a slaes ef
between 40 and SO.
From Salem School to Pulpit,
Itev. II. II. Mwertky, who has bee
pastr of the M. K. church at Dayton,
Washington, for tha past four months
has aeeeptod a unanimous call to tbeJ
pastorate of tho First M. K. church at
JUv. Mwerthy is welt known in Sa
lem, having been principal of the Cen
tral school for two years, from 18St to
ISS-i, and a sea and daughter having
reeeoUy boea studeats at Willamette
University. He is a graduate of the
National Normal University at Leba
non, Ohio. II went to Dayton in re
sponse to aa emergency call, after a
most sueeesaful three years pastorate
at Geldendale, Washington, during
whioh time ho greatly increased the
membership of hla ohurah. Ho will
tako up his new duties at Colfax the
first Sunday in January,
Reduced Bound Trip Bates.
To all points on Southern Paoifle lines
In Oregon. Account Christmaa and New
Years holidays. For the above occasion
the Southern Pacific Company will cell
tickets on December S3, 24, 25, SO, 31
and January 1 to all points on Oregon
lines at rate of one and one-third faro
for the round trip. Return limit Janu
ary 2, 1006. Stopovers will not be per-
Not an Ultimatum.
Paris, Doc 39. It is formally de
nied that Franco has sent an ultimatum
CASTOR I A
For Infanta and Children.
Tbs Kind You Have Always Bought
OUB OHBAT OLBAIlINa SALE STARTS TODAY IN FULL BLAST,
AND WILL BB KEPT UP UNTIL FUBTHBB NOTICE. FRIOES
ON THE FOLLOWING GOODS SLAUGHTERED BIGHT AND
LEFT. THEBB ABE TWO SEASONS OF THE YEAE WHEN WE
OLBAR THE SIQJLVS THAT IS FROM NOW UNTIL FEBRUARY
riRST AND FROM THE FOURTH DAY OF JULY UNTIL
THE FIBST DAY OF 8EPTE1.D3BR, WATCH THIS SALE. IT
WILL BE A MONEY SAVER FOR YOU. .THE FOLLOWING GOODS
aOES TO THE SLAUGHTER PRICES. BEAD ON. ODD LOTS OF
DRESS aOODS, ODD LOTS OF SILKS, BROKEN NUMBERS Or H08
IBRY AND UNDERWEAR, SOILED BLANKETS AND 0OMF0RT8,
ODD SE5BS OF LADEIS' COATS, AND WAISTS, ODD LOTS OF TUB.
BROKEN SIZES IN SHOES, ODD 0D3ES OF MEN'S OLOTHINO AND
XMA8 NOVELTD3B AND TOYS, LADEES' HAND BAGS AND BELTS.
HALF TRICES O NALL OUR MILLINERY SUITSTHEY HAVE TO GO
BEGARDLESS OF COST.
McEYOY BROS. S8S&S1BS.
Yerkea Is Dying.
Now York, Dec . Yerkea slept
Ing don't expect
kange, though they
come aay minute.
say the end may
New York, Dee. SO. Terkes Med at
IfttlS thla afternoon.
Yerkea was bora ia Philadelphia,
June 8, 180, and. educated at the pub
lie schools. He began business at tha
age of 17, at 90 he was a private bank
er. In 1881 he purchased hla first
street railway stock, and i 1S64 as
sumed millions of Philadelphia elty
bendti, but failed to carry out his eon
tract, and was indicted and found gull
ty. executive clemency was extended,
and later the elty council released him
from all debts, which afterward
Yofkes paid to hla creditors. He ar
rived la Chicago ia lSSi, and- opened a
banking house, la 188S ho made hla
first railroad voatare ia Chisago., He
haaged the herse ears to the W, sys-
tern, and wa, the first to give the oity
nnyiNiNK in return jor me pnruegva
aeeerdbd corporations. He gave a (60,-
tUV lJUUn A t,a ffl.lUn. TTnJ..a.U
In 1803 he bvgan the- consolidation of'
the Ohieage atret railways. In 1001 he
left, ttfi aitv vAih 15fW1flfW nvanf fn
London, and built tho underground, no W who aT P"1' aro 8 and 10 'V6M
was rewarded with wealth and fame..8 "K6. RBd have lived with tho mn
rewarded with wealth and fame.
Ha outgeneraled J. P. Morgan and hla
aseeeiates, whe formed the American
syndicate to build the London under
Negro Hanged for Murdor.
St. Joseph. Mo.. Dec. SO. CaseluaW.
Brown, the negro convicted af the mur-
der of Mrs. Nancy Ann Gay about a
year ago, was executed by hanging at
tho prison today. Brown bad boon re
leased from the Illinois penltoatiary at
Jeiiet only two weeks before tho mur
der af Mrs. Gay, after having served
3S years for criminal assault. Brown
denied- hia guilt to tho last moment.
By o' Baby Bunting,
Daddy's gene a hunting
To get a little rabbit skin
To wrap the Say, Congressman Long
worth, what do you think of race sul
Jcldo, anyway f
Frank Meredith, Resident Agent.
Offlce witn Wm. Brown tt Co., No. 139
dennllnesa la Next to Godliness,
Therefore, tako your clothes where
you can get them absolutely clean,
and have them pressed to prftu--i
Ladies' and) men's clothes, as wdl at
gloves and fine fabrics a sped-i
Mrs. a H. Walker, opposite II tM
Willamette. Phoaa l4ff.
Deserted By Tnedr Mother,
A pitiful ease ef desertion of d ''
dren by parents was brought to 1'it'
this aftoraoos, when Mr. Dorn, wm
lives In the hills South of Silver r
brought to the offlce of Sheriff Culver
Ma g v M
,eft Rt w- homo K8re iUa twn
mouths age by their mother, who has
sot beea heard! of since,
Mr- ad M"- "" were separatej
several years ago, ana ao ur
neared from tha neighborhood1. The
since tho separation. They have lirM
at Harrisbure. Portland) and other
plaoes, and about two months ago the
mother wrota to Mrs. Dorn from Prt
Ja-.d, saying that if sho would keep ta
pirlfl tnr r. ithart timn that she WOuM
hor taBawmdy for tho trouble.
MVa T,rUn rii,t ih Abliareu up rl
j Sllveyton, and than departed for 8an
Francisco, andi hlva not been hearJ
Tho Dome, being poor people,
not feel able to beep tho girls, in ad
dition to their own children, so brought
them to this oity to learn what eooJd
bo done. Sheriff Culver at once phoned
to Superintendent Gardner, of the Port
land Boys and G.irls' Aid Society, who
will send up for the girls tomorrow. B
tho meantime thoy will bo cared for at
Ltho homo of the sheriff.
Money to Loan
THOMAS K. FORD,
Over Ladd h Bush's Bank. Salem, Ot
Norwich Union Fire