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SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, lHAROlt 0, ISO!).
Shoes for Everybody
Prices the Lowest
Default us to
Decree ns to
FREE SHINES TO OUU
Hustoffof Etta Cal
vert of Salem.
275 Commercial Street
Well Known Here as a Pos
tal Telegraph Operator.
JL W "1 nrur.
Becomes Despondent and Shoots Himself.
Annocltilril 1'rcm llir .Toiirnnl.
Potm.AND, Mil roll 0. Thomas S
kneeves, recently employed nt t,he
Hotel Portland, was found dead in his
I room at Ml Yamhill street at l
I o'clock last night with a bullet In his
brain. Ho had been lifeless for at
I lcajit 12 nours when round. The posi
tion of the body proved that he had
I Ntnnrl tin llnfdrn Mln mlrrnr nnrl nl.i.
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otyles in shoes are to be seen at ourilt,m.ar,eYo!ycr.to',sIct-''upio. "red
IK! linn iniipn niii'vwnri hutivnnn
store and at prices fully 30 percent cheaper IbtK
,i 11 i. h -t The weapon used was a Smith &
man vou can nuv ine same auaiirv CRPwhpfp i wesson .is.
for Call and see our goodsz-vWe will be
glad to show you whether you buy or not.
SALEM SHOE STORE
missed as to Baglcy,
Harrison and wile.
Hanson .uid wile.
L. E. Yoiinians w. Ed Yoiimans.
Divorce. Default of defendant. Sot
T. T. Qecr, et al, vs. T. L. Oolden,
etui. Foreclosure. Default as to T.
L Golden and Thomas, Watt St Co.
Decree on the pleadings.
T. T. Gecr, et al, vs. II. P. McNary,
etal. Foreclosure. Default as to J.
W, Hodson and II. P, McNary. De
cree. 'T. T. Gecr, et al, ys. John 0.
Wright and 0. M, Wright. Motion to
strike out answer.
M. E. Farrcl, otal, vs. Maggie S.
Fox, et al. Derault of derondant Mug
gloa. Fox. Wm. Kaiser appointed
guardian to represent minor defend-
J W. McKlnncy vs. Cora Drown, et
al., forcclosuro. Default as to all de
fendants except T. O. Andre vs. De
cree on pleadings.
K. A. Ford ys. M. J. Euan,- etal.,
forcclosuro. Motion to strike ou
part of defendant's answer.
Adolf Wolf, et al. vs. Car.i M. Carey
et al. Foreclosure, Default and
II. II. Finch ys.Geo. II. Jones, otal.
Foreclosure. Default as toGei. II.
Jones, Mary S. Jones, Mary G. Parker.
Answer llled by Ada Strnnu,
Elizabeth Robb vs, Jesse Robb.
Divorce. Default or defendant.
Sum'lT, Munkers, et al. ys. Uen.
Munkcrs, etal. Motion to strike out
port of complaint.
Nathalie Greenwald vs JohnOrccn
wald, divorce. Default of default or
W. E. Her vs Thurston Grim St Co.
M itlon for shcrllT's deed. Granted.
mi in I
Philippine Attack Is
Our Second Oregon Was in
lo Amoricans Wounded But the
J Enemy Sudors Severely.
II AaiH'ln(cii l'rrn In I lie Journnl.
Nkw Yowt, March 0 A dispatch
from Manila, dated today, printed In
the Journal, reports that the Filipinos
made au attempt today to capture
the waterworks, six tulles from Ma
nila. The attack was ropulsed with
a loss to tho rebels of seventeen
killed and many wounded. Tio Sec
ond Oregon and first Nebraska reg-
friends and the combinations or foof
without employing unrighteous
Nkw Yomc, March O.-A dNpatch
lu iiiuiiituhi irom wasiiingtun says:
Thonecosslcy or suppressing filibus
tering expeditious Is the cause of Ad
miral Dewey asking for mure vessels
or light draught.
On account or tho number or Is
lands, tho natives able to transport
from the Asiatic coast a largo quanlty ,
or munitions or In small schooners.
Dowcy wants a largo number or war
ship which can follow such vessels
Into shallow water.
N" 5 y
A . t mtmitmm 1 flfk ..
Makes tho food more delicious and wholesome
aovM. Buma rowctw co., ncw yoa.
88 State Street,
II. II. LEA 110, MunuKor.
Next door to Ladd & Bush's Bank
try a pair.
Everything is entitled to a trial. There would
be no progress in the world if nobody put im
provement to the test r ou may nave bought
your shoes of the same firm for years. Their
shoes being just as black, and in your opinion
look just about as good as LACEYS' but a trials
will convince you mar wc ain in our aruiES
CASH UP TO DATE method of doing busi-1
ness save you irom sue to fri.ou a pair 0113
TRY A PAIR
I Statu St. Salkm, Okk
Kncovcs had been rooming in tho
house ror only two nights, and had
the day beroro sent his wife and two
little children to Salem, whore the
wire's mother, Mrs. Chas Calvert re
sides. The bodj was removed to tlm I
coroner s 011.1:0, wnero an inquest will
be held this afternoon at A:'M.
Knceves wa- a young man of uen
tcel appearance, and well dressed.
The room he killed hlmseir In was In
perfect order, showing that, ho had
entered It ror the purpose or maklnr
away with hlmseir. Despondency,
caused by tho loss or his position,
which he had held ror eight months,
Issupoosed to be the cause or the
The news or his death was received
touay by his wire, nee Etti Calvert,
who was at. the home or Iter pareuts,
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Calvert, on
Asylum avenue, where ho was mar
ried Tour yearn ago.
Ills death Is a terrible shock to tho
family as he was a young man or the
finest character, aud had given no In
timations of committing the rash act.
Thero will baa private funeral from
the residence Tuesday afternoon.
Tho remains will be brought to Sa
lom on tho Tuesday's losul by Funoral
1)1 lector Itlgdon.
The World, in a Minute.
POTATOES, ONIONS, HAY AND OATS
WE PAYuHIGIlEST CASH PRICE.
OREGON GH AM DKIBD FHDIT CO. 5S Slate Slrecl, Salem, Ore
Ml. k. Chemical Co.
jfs AU Hlw Y0RM C,TVI
AND TOILET SOAP
For the Complexion and all
By Mall lOo Per Calto
or $1,00 Per Dozen,
Moiiej refuniletl it not wtUfaolorjr.
UH Slate Htrfot, - &M.BM. OKK
We Are Headpartess
For pruning tcols of all dcy
Draw cut Pruning Shears,
Pruning Saws, etc. etc,
?. V. Cor. Stale St Liberty St., Salem.
MARION CIRCUIT COURT.
Department No. a, Commences the Kcg-
ular March Term.
.Tudtfc Boise opened the equity
term or tho circuit court at l) a. m.
Monday, Tho followlnir docket en-
tries were made.
I Schuyler Rue, Insolvent J. F. L.
( Rrentuno, assignee, continued.
1 Dorrauco Lumber Co., Insolvent,
Francis Feller, assignee. To stand
for report David Scott, Insolvent, Al-
j rred Hardsloy, assignee. Continued.
1 Ira Erb vs. I). M. Plummer et al.
Order to make sheriff's deed granted.
Enterprise Lumber Co. Insolvent,
II. A. Saryent, assignee. Continued,
Iver Larsen, Insolvent, A. McGill,
J. Yf. Turnbow, vs Delia L. Turn
bow, Divorce, dlbiuisstd.
Salem Flouring Mills Co. vs. W. P.
Lord, et al. demuncr tiled.
It. K Gosnor, Insolvent, J. Rower
man, assignee; continued.
Wm. Schwader, etal. vs. Thurston.
Grim et al; motion ror sheriffs al
lowed. W. P. Lord, et al. vs, Edh'ar Grim;
motion lor compensation allowed.
F. W. Miller, Insolvent, 0. R
UpdeKraff, U6inee. Report tiled. !
motion to disburse .'15 per sunt allowed.
W. P. Lord, ot al. y. A Hue Snyder.
Confirmation or sulo allowed.
. P. Lord, et, al. v. J. W, Ralch
elor, et. al. Contirmulion of sale al
lowed. V. W. Murphy y. Luella Murphy.
Divorce. Default of defendant.
Sarah Scheurer, y. V. II Suhourer.
Divorce. Default or derendaut.
Martha Klog, vs. Wm. King. Di
vorce. Default or defendant. Set for
Wednasday 10 a. m.
S. L. Huydcn vs. H. F. Jury, et al.
Foreclosure. Answer tiled.
Jessie R. Parks vs. Arthur D. Parks. !
Divorce, Sot for Thursday, w a, m.
Jessie A. Chattleld ys. II. A , Hunt,
et al, Demurrer tiled.
Thuddcus Sterling vs. Emma Ster.
ling. Dlyorce. Default or derenil
ant. Mary A. Ramp, excox., vs. F. ('.
Gobln. Foreclosure. Motion to
Monday, March o, 1M)U.
The transport Grant ror the Philippines has arrived at Slugapore,
A satisfactory bulletin regarding the health or the Pope was Issued tills
Josephine Kipling, daughter or Rudyard Kipling, died this morning
The Improvement or Kipling continues.
A tcrrlblo wind and hall storm swept Atlanta, G'i. Hailstones as largo
as seven Inches In circumference were found. Over two Inches of rain fell.
Ludy William Heresford, rormerly Mrs, Louis Hammcrslcy, of New York,
and later tho dowager Duchess of Marlborough, will sail for the United
States Wednesday. t
Under the leadership of Promlor Silvelya the new Spanish cabinet coun
cil has decided to suppress the pensions of all cx-mlulstcrs. Sonor Sllvola,
the now premier, says the government bus begun at tho top In sotting an
example of economy.
The telegraph reports the serious Illness of Queen Marie Henrlette, or
Relgulm, a daughter or the late Archduke Joseph, or Austria. Shu was born
Augujl 211, 18.'J(). She married King Leopold II, or Rclglum, then tho crown
prince, August 22, 18.r:i.
General Maximo Gomez has sent Governor General Rrooke, by the hand
or the Inspector-General Roloff, or tho Cuban army, a statement or the num
ber or men In tho army, It Is understood that itho total reaches 18,000 .'12,
000 privates, 10,000 non-commissioned otllcers, and tho rest commanding
ofllcers, from mujor-gcnorals to sub -lieutenants.
The naval 1n.1ga7.lnc or La Goubran, between La Scyne and Toulln, In
the department of Vur, Southern France, exploded, All of the soldiers on
duty at the nuuazlno wore killed, and a number of Inhabitants or the dis
trict, tho buildings or which were raxed, also roll victims. Forty corpses
have already been recovered. The causo of the explosion is not known.
tty AnnoolnU-.l Iro (lie J.mrnnt.
0HAHLK3TON, Vu., March 0.
Thoclty Is nearly hair submerged, but
the river Is falling. Flvn thousand
people aro driven rrom their homes
and will not bcablo to return for sev
eral days. .
PoitTSMOUTH, O., March 0. -The
river has swept over tho lowest part
of the city and residents have lied to
Cincinnati, Murch (). Tho Ohio
river roso two feet In even hours
Tho Licking m pouring In a Hood,
which has Increased tho rlvqr here.
Loutsvir.u:, Mich , March O.A
special to tho Post says all stteums of
Kentucky are out of banks and doing
greatdiimitgc, Four men aro reported
Chbvfnnk, March (I. The worst
storm known In the railroad hlstnry
of Wyoming Is raging today. All
trains aro stuck.
More of the
Tho Woodburn Athletic club has
been fully organized and Is now In
full running order. Dr. G. A Leon
ard, formerly or Cunby, haschargo or
the Amateur athletics, drills tho
classes, inere was a well attended
meeting last Friday night. Tho
club Ih to becomo u place or ainuso
tiient ror both ladles and gentlemen.
The Woodburn Uluo Ribbon Club
bus abandoned Its organization and
bus united with tho Union Tempcr-
anco organization, composed or tho
v.u,'i-, u. ,11101.0. a, T. nnd tho
M. E. church. There Is an executive
committee or hcvon rrom eaoh organ
ization. These twnnty-ono porsons
aro in cnarge or all temperonco work.
On the Insurgents.
Forco Gonfiral Otis to
Tho Rcrnhard Wallher Company
Dlayed Saturday night In the M. E.
! church and those who did attend were
so well pleased that the company
were requested to give another pro
gram tonight. The church should be
pucked to its rullcst capacity. Ad
mission 26 cents, so everybody can
come. "Never before has Salem had
such a gonuluo musical combination,"
were tho words expressed by all who
heard them Saturday. Remember to
night. l'ive-Cent Sheet Music.
Goo. C. Will's clearance salo of nil
copyrighted hheot music Is In full
blast this week and next. Tho Will
music house has given the public
borne great opportunities, bit here Is
one tliut meets tho popular demund
and is uulvejsully appreciated.
Mrs. Salllo Dyer, charmingly enter
tained tho little folks on Gaiety hill
In honor of Master Connoll Dyer's
Mr. and Mrs. Win, J. Clurke, of
GervalH spent Sunduy with Salem
Iments were engaged.
Manila, March 0. Private Richard j
II. McLean, of tho First Washington, ' bloc I a. of tho City of Salem, W.
Tho following deeds were rncorricd
Wilson II StubbliiK (wld'iwcr) to
Jonathan S. Frost and wife qc d to
lots In Highland Avenuo aidltlon to
Calvin II. Uagley and wlfo to F. P.
Whltloek, lots 12, III and II In Cottlo
St Cook's addition to Scotts MIIMHU
F. S. Cottlo and wlfo to Calvin W.
Rugloy and wlfo, lots 12, l.'l and II, of
Cottlo St Cook's addition to Scotts
Fredcilck Feuske and wlfo to Chas.
and Amelia Hoesohn, 10 acres In t tl s,
' 1 v, omu.
I Elizabeth Wlllltt (unmarried) toF.
I R. Prator.the n w ono forth or block
1 la, or the City or Solem, 85.
I Mrs. F. 11. Prater (iininarrlcd) to
Eliza Wlllltt, tho 11 w ono-rotrth or
has died of wounds received in the
uctlon or February 27.
Nkw Yoiiic, March O.-A dlhputoh
to the Herald from Washington says:
"Paymaster General Caroy has per
faded arrangements to pay oil the
Cuban army. Ho will take the entire
appropriation or M.000,000 to Cuba, In
silver, gold and bills,
Nkw Youk, March O.A disputed
to the Herald rrom Monleyldo says:
The press condemns severely the fel
icitation which tho American minis
ter, Finch sent to president CcutiB,
considering It an Institution Into tho
Interior politics of tho country. In
his note, Finch hays, among other
You defeated the opposition of (also
narau m. Kearney (widow) to Chas
W, Sorlber, land In South Salem, 81
KrtiinUo Your llutrrL Willi Cit.rurrU.
Utaal2' i!"A'rnC; ?"ry wnmUMiUiin furvor.
l(V).86o. 11 C.ao.roli,ilnigiur(iiiminoiiuy.
Ily Aftmiflitti'd I'ri-" (o Urn .liiiirnnl.
Washington, March 0 The court
of Inquiry held a brier bcssIoii today
before their start ror tho West, where
they will Inspect tho packing plants,
Rutono witness was examined, Lieut.
Munson, or tho Ninth Infantry. Ho
said during the sorylco in Cuba ho
was obliged to condemn a whole con
signment or rorrlgerater beer threo
times. Tho health or the men re
mained good until two weeks before
leaving, when the command broko
down all In a bunch.
Ills command was hoadquartors Of
tho provost guard, made up of old and
picked men not or tho sort to com
plain until they reached the "very
limit or endurance. Tho sickness was
almost entirely bowel and slo'mucb
Washington, March 0. It has de
veloped that Genoral Otis has prac
tically completed pluns for a grand
onslaught on tho Insurgents, which is
expected to dnprlvo them of offensive
power, at lcn&t.
It Is piobable ho will form a large
part of his forco Into columns us soon
as reinforcements arrive and push
these In parallel linos straight
through tho Jungles, clearing out tho
insurgents In every direction as the
troops moyc forward.
American troops aro getting -restless
and nervous uudor tho putty but
annoying sbarpshootltig of the Fllll-
ilnos uud are anxious to put u stop to
this. General Otis has yielded to
S. V. Knox, Pendleton, and W. S,
Rozorth, .Salem, wore commissions!
Relief Expedition Arrives-8'
Business Is Poor,
lly AnnuL-lntcil Vrc o the Jonrnnl.
San Fuanoisco, March 0 A lotted
from Dawsou City says: Tho Urst Of
tho Installment of the United State!
relief expedition or reindeer arrived
here January 0.
Tho business outlook for Dawson Is
unpromising. Hundreds of people are
migrating to more congenial climes,
and retail traders complain that they
have more outllts olTcrcd for sale than
purchases aro sought.
lly Aaaucliilcil 1'rcii to tho Journal.
DelkWaiik. March 0. No election.
Nkukasica, March, 0. No election.
Saokamunto, March 0. No change.
Utah. March fl. No election.
To the Pen.
Chas Casey, sont up for two yoars
for larceny rrom Multnomah county,
wafll-ccelyed at tho penitentiary to
day. Found in the Woods.
Charles McCarthy, uged about forty,
an entirely unknown man who was
found wandering In tho woods ten
miles above Pendleton, was brought
to tho asylum today. When found lie
had been sleeping out, nnd lived on
bark and boiled wheat.
Governor Gcer today Issued requisi
tion papers for onto George Adams who
is wanted In Ohohalis, for burglary.
Ho Is under arrest at Portland.
I "The way to be j
happy is to have a j
j heart." j
j You look to the j
j Pills j
J will take care of the
( liver. 1 'j
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CutOAao, Murch 0. May 721; cash.
2 rod 7? J.
San Fhancisco, Maroh 0 May l
mmli I l!'J.
Uo-to-Date Goods for Uo-to-Date Peoole
Spring moans that natum Is renewing Itself.
We liuvo many now noveltloss to show you.
Why nut ronow your apparel?
Tim vtjry HylUli mid imislily miukIK 'lw
fabric I notv Mii uliuwii hy ll lu )autt(Hl
1'UrolU mid lloulllouiit,ircot, Ttio jfxnl
)551, 1.75, 2, 2.50
Get the Best Bicycle Made
If you arc going to spend hard-earned money for a wheel, don't buy one
because uf Its flashy appearance- that's sometimes put on to sell poor
goods, or don't let a dealer talk you Into trying a new kind that ho
don't know any thing about himself, except us he has read In their
catalogue. Even bicycle c.Uah.guos sometimes misrepresent facts,
Remember you trust your life and limbs
to less than one-fourth your weight In bicycle material every time you
mount your wheel and nelf regard should prompt you to get the very
Charley Chung vs. Wm. Miller, ac- frtliimKnc nr4 Haftfnfrlc
counting. Demuner tllud
Emma J. Cnsley, vs. Franols M. '
Crosley. Divorce. Default of de-j
fondant, bet for Wednesday, 10 a. in.
Gustave Gloason vs. J. Moyonleld,
at at. Foreclosure. Judgment as
par answer and Stipulation.
J. Gurney Fowler, stal XA. Bdwanl
fiarrlBtin ut al. Hfcjralo&ire. Dis-
are built In an honest manner from honest material aud guaranteed by
an honorable llrm.
Standard of the world
In quality and workmanship. PrlM! 00 higher thnn for poor goods.
XLgMIUASWUaiO. HARTFOlTDfff-m KDeW1W20,
Sroat & Wilson
Ixivwly new fubrfMi
I'Imi: tliti )ani
(uMtwiTc 44Miru mtd
New Dress Goods
Hftiir1eil, titrim, Cutf, VeMtlusa. i'eic
llu. VlKurnHx, llrtwiUldllia.iMi).
. . NKW I'A'ITKIIN riUira
NKW WAJOT I'ATTHIINU.
K. & E. Waists
Till, wtviwitwl (Ut in Milt WA ItlaiM
50c to ??2,5Q
Tli imtm IttUig iMit Wain In UtU hmw'i
b(Mt Mtrlm6i dwMN iml wrlva.
50c to $2
ih 0liity otitrtbiw,
l'li(H, Mmlrm, to.
tlHWl Slillt. Whits
10c to 51.25
New Atoreen Skirtings
Mera r tlwt vwy jximlar tklrt MhU Ih
Cm(hi. Crtlul. Ilfown. liMf. Qrwot. lUiliw
llltw, lllak ml Uvmdtw.
I Golf Shirts
Kfitut irt lu Bilk. JMrM J
Si, 1.25, 1.50
Hlri itflk wl Mitdru ibiru: )i(W rni8
S"J) vry nobby ityln, llu Hyyn
fM litpeii, with (u9y mlt.
54 and 5
Young Aten's Suits
iMH U to SOx III Ili.UtMfsiulhj;
S&50, 10 to 13.50
I11". " ' iwpwyi
MEYERS Si Sog
Salem's Girk)atbst Store.