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SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY JUNE 1896.
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-Fftfede in Salem by Salem People 2
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sprlna and Summer
Siz35 35 to 44
Sizes 6 to iu,
W00&H Waa STORS,
Order of Railway CoDdtttfors
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To Salem Fait Grounds,
Stoday, Jtoe 14. '
X Excursion trains will run from Portland, Oregon
X City, Woodburn, Natron, Silverton, Sheridan
A and McMinnvillc, .r'A''w'Uwwv
Good music, races of all kinds and other amuse
ments, Races to start at 1 p. m, Admission to
Fair Grounds 25c,
Take electric carswCiJX
j i t COMMITTEE t t t
CR Miller J, M.Poorman, P. H, Tynan, W, S, Censor and
, W. R Glendening.
The Willamette Hotel.
LEADING HOTEL OP THE CITY.
Redueed'ratm. Manammrnl llhrril. IF.leetrtc ears leave hotel for all Dllblic buildlmS
j 4 points oljinterest. Special rates will be given to permanent patrons.
. . A. I. WAGNER
EXCBLSfQR - STABLE-
E. C, HANSEN, MANAGER.
rKttvl horsesiuiej. Satisfaction guaranteed. Stablo bick of State Insurance block
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Hardware, Stoves and Tinware,
GARDEN HOSE, ,-,. ., -w, BICYCLES.
LWN SPRINKLERS. SALEM. OR. SUNDRIES.
SALEM WATER CO,
Foe .c,.! Wllimette Hotel BuilJin
Tktre win be no deduction In water rate
St wi 0( temPry aUeace from the
l7,W",er ,for lB"'a will only be
tJir !? "P consumer using watei
WL?iS?l PUf?os- Contractors for aUt
I Shu? baadmB PuqWW 17 ol
BJ for iVApft Ac
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L01'1 tCottle Block
fJSeS.8 dt7' PromPt dell,y
of a day,
Oo east over the Burlington and
you will reach
Chaaha 17 hours sooner
Kansas City 10 hours sooner
than the man who takes any
Possibly you doubt this, but
it Is true just the same.
Get one of ur folders, oyen
It lwl- at the man in it and
you. will understand why it is.
Tickets and lime tables at the
local ticket office.
THE SOCIAL REALM.
The Comic Opera Pinafore
OTHER EVENTS SOCIALLY
Attractions. Personals and Amuse
- ments of the Week.
JI. M. S. PINAFORE,
This is the most popular tmd really
meritorious comic opera ever written.
It Is but a satirical farce uRalnst
English nobility. The music Is nil
good yet popular and catchy. Not
one In ten of the people have heard
this opera, notwithstanding Its popu
larity. The prices aro made very low
so everybody can afford to attend It
Is the comic opera that holds Its place
above all others on the English stage,
It will be presented onboard her
majesty's steamship Pinafore In full
costumes with Hag Hying at Heed's
opera house, Monday, Juno 8. It will
also be put on with good staging and
excellent music such as has never
been heard In this city. Prof. Heri
tage as Captain Corcoran Is equal to
the best lloston baritone who over ap
peared on the Pacific coast. Ho nlso
helps out the choruses with his mag
nificent double-bass. nis "Never,
Never, Hardley Ever," Is equal to the
richest opera bouffc ever heard In our
country. Heritage Isa surprises In this.
"Dear Little Buttercup" by Miss
Ethel Hughes as the lUimboat woman
will also be u surprise to Salem people.
A reporter who was permitted to see
a rehearsal of the leading parts can
say truthfully that Salem people hayo
never seen the equal of Miss Hughes
In this part. She Is easy, graceful,
suited to the part and throws a re
markable degree of dramatic force
and expression into it, as she carols
gaily on the Hhlp's deck, surrounded
by an admiring group or midshipmen.
J. W. Bickford makes u surprisingly
realistic Dick Dcadeye, as does Master
Jlmmlo Patton, a coal black cabin
boy Tommy Tucker. Miss Julia
Motschan Is tho most bcuutlful
Josephtno that can be Imagined and
sings her part with great sweetness of
exprehslon. Sir Joseph Is presented
by J. O. Dozorth, who plays that part
with splendid effect, a good voice
and his part Is very well
acted. Scott Bozorth Is a
handsome and very appropriate Bill
Bobstay, as Is Jas. R. Davis an excel
lent Ralph Rakstraw. Hebo by Miss
Lena White, tho alto singer, Is also a
perfectly charming appearance. Tho
choruses comprise twelve gentlemen,
and twelve ladles, tho best singers
over got together in Salem. Tho
grand chorus of 24 voices, led by Prof.
Heritage, and accompanied by Herr
Winkler, will produce music, such as
Salem people have not before heard.
Tho6olosand6eparato part songs, aro
all mastered to perfection, and com
prise a grand evening's cntcrtalmcnt.
A GRAND CONCERT,
The Intercollegiate field day
contests will ba concluded this
evening by a musical and 'lit
erary entertainment In Reed's
opera House. Tho best talent from
tho various colleges will have a mem
ber on the prograth. It promises to
be a most enjoyable entertainment.
Admission only 25 cents. Reserved
seats at Patton Bros, without extra
charge The championship- cup will
bo presented tho winning team, which
will prove Ycry enjoyable. The pro
gram is as follews:
"A Woodland Serenade," Masch
eroul; Miss Stewart, P. U., Forest
"Liberty Bells." O. A. C. Mundolln
Club, O. A. C., Corvallls.
"How Salvator Won," Ellu Wheeler
Wilcox; Prof. Marie Louise Balrlght,
U. of O., Eugene. J . . ,
Vocal solo (Selected) Prof. Lulu Sar
ceant, P. C, Newberg. ,
Piano Solo (Selected) Pro(. Emll L.
"I'm a Merry Zlngara," M. W.
Balfe; Prof. Miss Bassette," O, S. N.
"The Debating Society," Miss
Evans, P. U Forest Grove.
"The Two Grenadiers," Schuman;
Prof. R. A. Heritage, Willamette.
'The Wood Nymphs' Call," Mlsa
Mable Johnson, O. A. 0., Corvallls.
Tho Honor of the Woods," W, IT.
IL Murray; Vrot. Sara Nourse Brown,
Willamette. n ,r T1 , ,
"Tho laglc Song," Meyerlla inund;
Miss Stella Dorrls, U. of Oj. fciigcne.
Fancy Club Swinging, Frank E.
"Legends," Mohrlng; Heritage Lady
THE CIIOPPKRA CEUtnRATB
, There was a crowd nt the hall or
the Woodmen last night, where every
chair In the mom was filled by mem
bers. The omission wns tho visit of
tho state organizer, F. J..McIIcnry, of
Portland, and a number or members
of the order from Dalles and other
points were In attendance. After the
regular order or business had been
disposed, of, the numbers of Salem
Groyo No. 3, of the Woodmen's Circle,
were Invited to como In, and seats
were-provided for them. After the
ladles, accompanied by n number of
the Woodmcn'ti Circle from Dalles,
who were hero on a fraternal visit to
Salem Grove, No. .1, had entered the
hall and were received by tho camp In
n formal manner, Stiito Deputy Head
Consul F. J. McIIcnry, presented tho
banner, won by the camp for the
largest Incrcaso of membership for
the year 18U3, In the state, offered by
At their hull Wednesday evening
the young people of Sf. Joseph's society
presented the above. named comedy In
approved style. A good audience
greeted the players, and their pro
duction was happily received. The
rull cast of characters Is given below;
Raymond Shepherd.u rehired mer
chant Aug. Huckesteln
Oscar Wolcott, his nephew
nenry Leslie, u secretary nrotcm..
Win. J. Rafter
Dr. Adolphus Blank, Mrs. Shep
herd's physician II. W. Barr
Logan, a man servant. , . . . .F. Albrlch
Mrs. Suepherd.wiro of Raymond..
Miss M. McGulre
Rachel Shepherd, Raymond's sis
ter Mrs. R; A. Kirk
Lena Bally, a friend of Besslo....
Mrs. G. Cruise
Besslo Martin, nlecoof Raymond..
Miss Estclla A'anAvery
Miss Rosalie Friendly, of Eugene, 19
visiting Salem friends.
Mrs. Dr. II. R. IJolmes returned to
Portland on the Salem local this morn
ing. Miss MlnnottaAshby went to Al
bany this morning for a short visit
wltU friends. "
Mrs. D. P. Bradley, of Woodburn,
left today for u visit to her mother,
Mrs. M. T. Ilurklcroad.
Mrs. Jos. Foncs and Mrs. Foxun of
Yow Park, went to Portland, on the
Mrs. It. A. Miller returned to Ore
gon City this morning, after a pleas
ant visit with friends.
Mrs. J. M. Lawrence and Arthur
Lawrence spont tho day with frionds
at Clicnmwa yesterday.
Miss Mlnta Gulss caino up from
Woodburn this morning and is thn
guest ofMIss Nora McClane.
Miss Mary Stout of Portland ar
rived today and will bo a guest of
Miss Boiso on North Liberty street.
Miss Dorrls, of Eugene, camu down
on tho afternoon train yesterday and
Is visiting her sister, Mrs. II. H.
Mrs. S. P. Garlgues, who has been
visiting her sisters, Mrs. Ella B, Mc
Dowell and Mrs. F. K. Wilson tho
past month, left this morning for her
homo at Hepncr.
To Open Again
Monday next, with pianos and organs
at our former quarters, which wo
vacated a couplo months past, but
this time for a few days only, as our
lease on tho store room expires. Our
lino of pianos are such makes as tho
celebrated Chlckerlng, the old reliable
Fischer and other well known makes. witM0Ut taking action.
W iirinnen tn anil MlPSfi llltfll LTlllln ' .- .- - .i.
That May Be the Action On
WOULD TIE TREASURER.
And Give Tom Tongue a Load of
We propose to sell these hlghgrado
instruments for less than other
dealers ask for medium grado makes.
Call and let us explain to you how wo
can do It. Wo mean business and our
stay Irt limited, so do not over-look
The poll books In this county show
soven precincts In this county where
the return Is Illegal. The precincts
In question are: Englewood, Marion,
North Salem, Howell, St. Paul, Ln'.
blsh, Lincoln. Tho Judges ln these
precincts were not sworn according to
law and there nro other defects tn tho
the vote as it htood.
Tho total vote of the 3(1 precincts
on treasurer wus:
Brown's plurality 24(1
THE VOTES THROWN OUT.
In throwing out soven precincts
the candidates lose as follews:
According to this Mlnto loses 540
loss than Brown, and as that was
Brown's plurality tho result If It stand
In tho court leaves Brown and Mlnto
a tie, 2010 votes.
Tlio canvass was coducted this fore
noon by tho county Clerk L. Y. Eblcn,
through his deputy R. D. Allen, and
Justices Johnson of Salem and lluyes
Throwing out theso precincts docs
not defeat any of tho other county
candidates ln Marlon county. But
tho votes on congressman would Iw
cut down us follews:
Tongue gains 225
Incasoofatlo on a county otllco
tho twohavlmr tho higher number of
votes draw lots.
County Clerk Elileti says tho matter
or throwing out theso precincts hud
nob bcecu determined upon by tho
election board, when It'adjourned at
noon today. Tho board mot again at
1:30 to continue their work.
THE DEFECTIVE ONES.
It Is claimed tho poll books show
that tho olllccra In the precincts as
follows were not swern:
North Salem: C. W. Knox, H. A.
Salisbury, C. L. Watt, L. J. Ylbbcrt,
Englewoed: II. E. Parker, T. P.
Welch, T. P. Walker, C. Calvert, F.
Marlon A. II. Hunt, S. L. Russell,
C. Farlow, I. N. Cook, L. Walker.
Howell J. A. McCain, G. Simmons,
F. Lentil, D. W. Smith, B. W. Hughes.
St. Paul-S. S. Kerr, S. P. Conner,
S. J. McDonald, N. V. Wlnncgar, J.
Lablsh T. II. Jones, S. A. Jones,
F, X. Molwin, C. H. Evans, W. II.
Lincoln A. Lewis, O. Vanuys, W.
Simpson, I. Amnion, Jr., O. Gllbort.
ELECTION HOARD ADJOURNS.
The canvassing board adjourned
It is tho
opinion of some of them that they
luivo no legal authority to throw out
tho Marlon precincts, and that tho
way to bring up a contest Is to Issue a
writ of mandamus from a court ask
ing tho board to show why those
this opportunity if you are contcm-t,)rc.ncts should not be thrown out.
plating buying an Instrument within
tho next two years. Easy terms if
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Electric Hitter hu proved to be the very
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trial In cas of habitual constipation Lite
trie Ditters cure by giving thi needed tone
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WHITTLING IT DOWN.
Roskmuho, Juno (J. Tho olllclnl
count is now In progress. A mlstako is
found In the totals of one precinct,
which will increase Tongue's major
ity six votes In this county. They
expect to finish about midnight.
Populist Victory. W h e t h o r
they win or not your family must
have bread and your stock must bo
fed. Remember that Brewester &
White are the leaders, 01 Court street.
Free delivery. 62t
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I oik . 7
Washington .,P. ........ .. 1,503
Yamhill M 1,461
Total f..y, , I9.173 19,177
THIS MORNING . -
Portland June 6.Alldltlonal re
turns from'Grant and'Croolc counties
this morning gYve Ellis' ah additional
plurality of 1H0. milk'lng his plurality
over Qulnn 383.
Tho canvassing hoard r Marlon
countyM returns Mulshed abstracting
tho tuiiy-iihectrt yesterday and the
clerk Is how endeavoring to .roach the
grand totals. '-Those fofitcti Jftp ld'st,
night (at 11 o'clock) nre'.aafoilay's: j
E. J Harding, l)m v, ....J.'oia'
G. ('.Terrell, Hep ;...., 2,623
I. M. Wagner, Pop 1,731
I.N.Davis, Hep 2,794
Francis Feller, Dem 1,635
Ingebrct Larsen, l'op .1,835
F. V. Duibin, Dem 2,206
U. V. Hunsakcr, Con 1,761
F, T. Wclghtm n, Kcp 3,499
I, V. Khlen, Hep 3,363
H. II. Leabo.l'op 2,865
F. H. Davis, Dem 843
H.H.Hyan, Pop , ..2,071
r. W. Waters, Kep...... 3,368
Ctcorge L. Uiown, Pop 2,490
W. II. Downing, Dem 1,743
Jap Mlnto, Hep , '2,054
Roberts Ilean, Hep 2,771
John liumett, Dem 1,076
ocpli Gallon, Cop 1,804
John A. Carson, Hep 3,393
Sam. I Hayden, Dem 3,537
ILL Itatkley, Hep ..' 3,101
David Craig, Hep 3.757
E. W. Chapman, Hep.w 3, toil
McKlnlcy Mitchell. Hep 3,787
I. N. Smith, Hep 3. 141
John Dayne, Dem ... 1.363
W. I. DArcy, Dem 1,615
L. D. Smith, Dim . 9S2
Uenton P. Taylor, Dem 1,31 1
S. W. Weaver, Dem 921
("corcc C. Caldwell, Pop 1,920
II. Cleveland, Pop 1,739
K.L,IIibbaiil, l'op 2.536
r. J. McCUry. I'ou , . ,',1,064
F.A.Myers, l'op'..... . .. 1,874
The total of Mr. Wrightman shows
11 gain of 00 votes ovor that heretofore
published. Mr. Mlnto gained 72.
chances for contest.
Irregularities In tho matter or
swearing to tho poll-books In Engle
wood, Marlon, North Salem, Howell,
St. Paul, Lablsh and Lincoln pre
cincts have been discovered by tho
Marlon county canvitsslug board.
Should tho contest 'bo carried up tho
result would bo largely ln fuvor or Mr,
Tongue und Mr. Mlnto is or tho
opinion It would placo him in tho
treasurer's olllco for the next two
JOURNAL "X" HAYS.
Directed Upon Persons Prominent Before
Tho College boy Is In possession of
He Is thinking; tho single gold
standard man who does not say whero
Tho good old Republican ship sails
pretty well considering all tho barna
cles fastened to her hull.
Tho Statesman has dropped tho
state sewer. Its editor has had his
"attention called," etc.
If Waldo had been tho Marlon
county candidate for congress, ho.
would have boat Tonguo two to one.
Pennoyor In refusing to tako moro
than half his salary us Mayor of Port
land lias sot tin erjiinplo the webfoot
hog could well emulate.
Next time tho Missouri Democrat
who runs tho "only Republican or
gan" Hops to get on tho winning side,
ho will probably Join tho Pops.
Tin: Journal said repeatedly be
fore tho Albany convention that
Ringer Hermann and Til Ford wero
tho only candidates who could bo
Atlanta, Ga Juno (J. Primary
elections aro being held today 111 a
majority of tho counties In Georgia,
for tho selection of dolegatcs to tho
state Democratic convention,
Tho election of a majority or free
silver delegates to tho state conven
tion, Is conceded, Iii'Somo counties
tho voting today to an expression
mudo for n choice or United States
senator. Tho candidates being Chas,
F. Calsh, tho representative of tho
frco silver element, und Fleming G.
Duddgnon, representing gold.
Between Marlon County and
0 P. ' ihe State, ',
County Treasurer Mlnto VVilf' Resist
There Is a controversy between tho
county treasury or Marlon county and
tho state treasury over constructive
Tho amount Involved Is small a
difference or $208.61, but tho princi
ple contended for involves charges of
thousands of dollars against tho tax
payers or tho whole state. Tho prin
ciple Involved Is the Immediate ap
plication or public funds to the stop
page of Interest.
Tho people or Oregon very wull un
derstand that Oregon publlo treas
uries have been conducted largely In
tho interest or speculators and money
lenders, and tho public runds have
not been applied as they should bo to
wiping out Interest bearing warrants.
Jap Mlnto as treasurer or Marlon
county set an excellent example of
Immediate application or public runds
to stoppage of Interest. It was In do
fenso of that prlnclplo that The
Journal urged his election, and his
defeat Is not any argument against
tho further application of that prin
If his Populist successor will ad
here to this principle and do as Jap
Mlnto did, have no bankers on his
olllclal bond, and apply tho taxes im
mediately to cancellation or Interest
bearing warrants, thlM county 'wllr
bo out or debt before two years nro up
and money will bo saved.
Jap Mlnto deserves credit for
another matter his prompt payment
of state taxes. Tho state treasurer in
a letter dated Juno 2d acknowledges
this fact, Hut hoclulmsof this county
Interest on dororrcd payments of
J5ID.02. Mr. Mlilto claims that owing
to tho paymonts not being credited on
tho day tho remittance Is made,
Marlon county Is charged with $208.61
moro Interest than Is duo tho state.
A remittance mudo to the state treas
urer March 28th, Is credited March
,10th; ono made April lth Is credited
April Uth; one mudo April 27th is
credited April 20th; ono made May
30th Is credited Juno 2d, costing this
county $08.88 for three holidays inter
Veiling. Mr. Mlnto says all these re
mittances wore inado In tlmo each
day to 1)0 credited tho sumo day und
that thoy wero as good as gold. They
aro received from tho letter carrier at
tho stnto treasurer's ofllco at 3 p. m.
This dlfferenco by this doluy In giving
credit Is 11 dlfforoneo of (208,51 against
Marlon county, and Mr, Mlnto takes
tho position that this amount is not.
legally duo tho state- treasury, and
will not pay it unless compelled to.
r Tho state treasury otllolals say that
thoy do not credit remittances ro
cclvcd'aftcr hanking hours, und that
tho above charges are In strict compli
ance with law. If tho kudo rule Is
construed against ovory county In tho
stuto It will amount to n largo sum.
If It Is a Just rule, or course Mnrlon
county will havo to stand It. ir tho
rule is unjustwhat can tho pcoplo
do? What rccourso havo tho taxpay
ers? Tho biennial legislative Investl
gallon that costs 91000 to 1200, throws
no light on these things. It Is not In
tended that It shall. Tho pcoplo
havo no protection In this mutter, but
In tho personal honesty or tho state
and county treasurers. Treasurer
Mlnto will Ikj upheld by tho pcoplo In
resisting u demand for interest, based
upon technical construction of tho
law. He should never pay construct
iyo Interest charges against tho tax
payer, und ho is right In making u
test of the mutter,
l'outth of July Committee's,
All committees appointed by the
various lodges to assist in tho Fourth
of July program aro requested to nicot
tho gcnorafcommlttRo as Wcstacott's
restaurant next Monday at 2 p. 111.
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