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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL.
SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY APRIL 3, 1809.
NO mercantile establishment
in Marion county has rea
son to be more trrateful
i for a steady and an increased
patronage and it shall be our
LuuMiuu aim 10 conrmue to
merit the confidence and good
will of our many patrons.
This space will be occupied
by us the coming season and i
E will be kept hot with the men- !
r uuu ui uui uuuie-niacie an
will Be No Prolonged
derbllt, Jr., will bo the social event of
the year. Fifty thousand roses will
bo used Id the decorations. The wed-
dingus amount to millions. The
Broom's father kIvos tho couplo $10,
000,000 and the brldo has $5,000,000
In hor own rllit. She will lvc much
to Catholic churltles the day sho weds.
Salt Lake miners nro to tflvc M50,000
in koiu to hnyo mado.lnto a 6tatuo of
her of solid gold for the Paris fair.
Their aent is here now.
wool clothing and furnishing
goods. Keep your eye on it.
Native Filipinos Are Re
turning to Their Homes.
Turks Attempted to Capture Ono of
Set Apart For Mili
General Wheaton's Brigade Returning
Woolen Mill Store!
4 Iw&K I
W a HHrara(r P . A
m. A. . - JU 12MWff h vjeddnx m
Ldlodb my I
I buit your taste,
Nearly all our immense spring stock
is now in and we can
Fit youf feet.
Meet your purse! i
All grades of Bicycle shoesneither
rA Ladies or jcntsvrnccs wav down.
SALEM SHOE STORE i
Ladd l Bush Bank Building, State street.
Storo closes at 6 o'clock, oxcopt Saturday.
FOR THE LADIES
WANTING A BARGAIN!
LIGHT AND HEAVY SOLES,
LACE AND BUTTON,
COIN AND NEW BROAD TOES.
KID AND PATENT LEATHER TIPS,
Tuesday and Wednesday!
04 State St. Salkm, Ohk.
Store Closed at 0 p. m.,
Ilr Aaaoclnteil Praia to (he Jourunl.
New Yonic. April 3. Malor-Gcn-
eral Mcrrltt last nluht said: "The
news frotu Manila Ib satisfying.
Ak'ulnuldo dues not see in to know
when ho Is whipped. If ho should bo
captured ho would bo treated as n
prisoner of war."
"Do you look for prolonged llht.
"No; the Filipinos are not prepared
for that sort or tiling.
Wc shall not have a repetition ot
our American Indian experience la
Tacoma, April II. AooordluK to the
letter received at SlMujrhal from
I-Obou, Germany's real purpose lu
seizing that place-. Is to compel the
Chinese government to Krant to (ier
man Urms somo blr commercial con.
Manila, April a. Natives continue
returning to their homes. Thoy aro
coming In all ulonu the American
linos and many seeing Hie .promises of
Bood treatment u re fullllllcd, arc In
ducing their rolatlvcsto return to
their homes. Ooncral Otis has re
ceived the follewing:
"Hearty congratulations on the
uiost.wugnlllcont work oftho urmy;"
Tho commission Is hopeful of a
speedy restoration of peace, believing
that hostilities will soon be confined
to habitual revolutionists, General
Harrison Gray Otis sails for homo to
day, lie believes tho Insurrection re
ceived Its dcatli blow. General
wueaion lias assumed command or
tho brigado lately commanded by Gen
eral Otis. Tho Third nnd Twenty-
second regiments or Wheaton's com
command, aro returning to this city.
Encouraged By Russian Influence
ihe People Aro Fomenting
a Consul Uprising.
l- Aaaoelntol I'rcaa to the Journal.
London, April, a. In connection
with the collision botwon tho Bulgar
ian and Turkish frontier guards at
Kosylngob, a correspondent tu Mace
donia writes concerning tho condition
iu the Hulklns.
Ilo saysj "Grave consequences can
not be longer averted. Tho wholo prov
ince Is armed and matters aro rapidly
drifting into open revolution. Tur
kish troops aro pouring into tho most
disturbed districts and reinforcements
are arriving dally,
Tho Ottoman Is convinced that
Bulgaria is at tho bottom of the
trouble lu Macedonia aud will actively
support tho expected rising, encour
aged by Russian tnlluence.
Kozyl-Agob Is tho railway stntlon
nearest tho Turkish frontier iu Bulga
rian territory, and It would be an Im
portant strategic point for Turkey If
sho desire to pour troops Into Bulgaria.
Flags at Half Mast and All
In Honor of tho Dead Heroes of tho
1 ' SiZ
llr Aaaoclatert Prcaa to the Journnl.
Washington, April 3. -Tho presi
dent has Issued ttie following execu
"It Is tilting that honor bo paid to
the memories of the notable men who
lost their lives In their country's ser
vice during the lato war with Spain,
inasmuch as, in obcdlcnco to tho
most exalted promptings of patriot
Ism, those who sent to other shores to
do battle for their country's honor
went freely from every quarter or our
Each soldier, each sailor, iu tho
presence or the stern emergency or un
sought war, was an Individual typo or
devotion or the citizen to the state
which makes our nation strong In
unity and action. With tho advent
ar peace, their bodies should be
gathorcd with tender caro and re
stored to homo and kindred.
This has been done with tho dead or
Cuba and Porto Itlco. Thoso or tho
Philippines rest where thoy roll,
watched over by surviving comrades
and crowned with tho lovo or a grate
ful nation. Tho remains or many Imyo
been dellycrcd to their families for
private burial, but ror others or tho
bravo olllccru and men who havo
perished there bus been re
served Interment In grounds sa
cred to soldiers and Hall irs. I there
fore order that upon tho arrlyal of a
cortege at tho national cemetery
at Arlington nil proper military
and naval honors bo paid to tho
dead horoes. Tho customary saluto
of mournlug ahull bo fired
at tho cemetery and on tho
sixth day or April tho national Hag
shall bo displayed at half mast on nil
public buildings, rorts and camps and
public vessels or tho United States
and at noon of said day all depart
ments or the government at Washing
ton shall bo closed,"
Signed, Wm. M'Kini.ky.
AV4 1 . Baking
Makes the food more delJc? ous and wholcseme
noirn KmaMwota eo., mw vokk.
Tromendous Interest In the Metropolis
Where Mayor McKlsaon Is Being Fought
to a Finish By the Hnnna .
Personals and Current Euenls.
GLEANED FROM ASSOCIATED PRESS
RECEIVED BY THE JOURNAL.
Last Gentle Touch of Father
llr AaauHiKrt! I'rtaa (u the Jourunl.
Dks Moines, la., April :i.-It has
been Buowlng hero for at) hours with
no evidence of letting up.
Sauna, Kas., April a. The worst
blizzard or tlie year Is In progress to
day. St. Josbiui, Mo., April a.-A blind
ing snow storm Is raging hare today.
Ottumwa. Iu., April 3. Tho heavi
est snow ovor known here In April,
railing tlftcon Inches slnco Thursday,
Is tho record.
llr Aaaoulnled Treaa to Ihe Jourunl.
Joi'MN, Mo., April .l.-Flvc mon
lost tholr lives by a cave-In that
caught thoin rrom both sides. Four
woro burled under 18 root or earth and
rock. Tho bodloR aro not recovered.
Steamer Topeka Lost.
lly Aaaoulnlcil Preaa to I lie Juiiriitii.
ViCTOitiA, II. O., April a.-Word
linn JuhI been recolyed or tho wreck of
tho steamer City of Topoku, In
Want Better Wajjes,
llr Aa.oHnl.Ml .ra ,le jollrMM,
Cl.KVKLAND, April a.-About 1000
!$2 $2.00 $2j
For THE WORLD BEATERS, just
arrived at our store, a drive of $3.00.
Aen's Vici Kid Lace Shoes. Latest
Styles. We are going to run the lot
this week at $2 a pair. All Sizes.
275 COMMERCIAL St.
Free shine to our customers. J
Washington, April a. Tho follow
ing was received this merning:
'Manila. Present Indications de
note that tho Insurgent government
Is In a perilous condition. Its army Is
defeated, discouraged und scattered.
Insurgents aro roturnlng to their
homos In tho cities and ylllages, be
tween here and points north of
Muloloy, which, our reconnolterlng
parties havo reached and deslro pro
tection of Americans. News from the
Vlsayan Inlands Is more encouraging
Nkw Yomc, Aprils -The marriage
or MUs Virginia Fair and 'V. K. Vun-
(Monday April a, 1800.)
Tho American Minister Strauss had an audience with the Sultan Sunday.
Thd president has appointed Wm. U. Sampson postmaster at Skagway,
Vice Presidont Hobartand Ex-Secy. John Sherman both continue to
mend In health.
Tho Poet Uudyard Kipling got out or bed yesterday. He Is well oj his way
rpitn aim. a nniinrniini nt iftr Cnnn .! HlinK UnllliriP DilM r.CA 11 rlfl At.
torneyGcneraliKlklns, or Pennsplvanln, Sunday at Washington, at the homo carpoaler" wcufcuton "trlko today.
f Senator Quay, at which tho senatorial situation was dlscuFscd.
Hcur-Admiral Charlos 0. Carpenter (retired) com ml teed suicide Sunday
In a sanitarium In Hoston, Admiral Carpenter was called from tho ro
tircd list touctlyoduty In churgo of the nuvy-yurd ut Portsmouth, N. II.,
during tho war, while Commodoro Homey was on duty at Key Woit.
Miss Fair and W. K, Vunderbllt, Jr., who aro to be married Tucsduy,
exhibited their gifts Sunday at New York, ut tho homo of tho bride's sister,
Mrs. Oclrlchs. Tho girts consisted or diamonds, pearls, rubles, other Jewels,
gold and silver plate, yalucd up in the hundreds or thousands. Archlblshop
Corrlgan will pronounce tho benediction, and any chlidron from the couplo
arc to bo reared Roman Catholics.
Tho Finnish-American central committee representing tho FJnlanders
resident In tho United btatcs who opposo tho czar's recent ukase for tho
rtusslllcUion or Finland, Issued an address to all Flntanders in tho United
States and Canada, calling upon them "to rlso up us one man, strong In tho
knowledge or tho righteous cause, and uphold tholr altered rights beforo the
In the Ohio municipal elections today the Republican candidate for
mayor or Cleveland, the home or Senator Hanna, Is Hobert McKIksoii, was
the Fusion candidate before the legislature In January, 1803, ror senator
against Sonator Ilaunu. It Is stated throughout the state that McKIhsou is
running ror a third term, not for the mayorallty alone, but also for the pur
pose or opposing President McKlnlcy, Senator Hunna ami others In tho Ohio
slate conventions this your aud next year, and or controlling tho four dele
gates rrom tho Cleveland districts, and If possible other Ohio delegates to tho
national convention next year.
llr Aaanclntcit l'raaa to the .lutirnnl.
Clkvkland, O., April a. Noyor In
In tho history of this city was there
manifested such general Interest lu
tho mayorallty contest as Is being
rough tout In today's muuiclpal elec
tion. Mayor Robert E. McKlsson.'Re
publican, Is opposed by ox-
Mayor John II. Farley.Dcmocrat. Tho
Democrats arc united whilo tho Re
publicans are divided Into two fac-tlous-IIantialtcs
Hanna Republicans aro generally bo.
Moved to be yotlng ror Farley.
Dkthoit, Mich., April a. Tho
morning vote Is heavy ror a spring
Toledo, 0 April .a Voting
started briskly tho moment the polls
opened. Tho Interest Is intense.
Cincinnati, .April a.Thoro Is
nothing In tho early voting on which
to baso a prediction of tho result.
Oiiioauo, April 3. Tho city olcc
tlon tomorrow promises to bo spirited
and trouble at tho polls Is expected.
Republicans Insist that many names
of fraudulently! registered voters re
main on tho polling lists.
Gets a Divorce.
llr Aaaocltilfil l'rraa to tho Joif;nnl.
HiLunioito, April a. Tho sequol of
a romance or May und December has
Just boon obtained In Hlllsboro, by the
granting or a divorce to Mrs. Jose
DhlnoUrow, and restoration or hor
maiden name, Ullllngs. Mrs. Grow
wus married about two years ago to
Harry Orow, who desorted hor ror tho
zephyrs ur Sicagwuy and White Horso
Rapids. Ho sont no ruonoy for uor
support, neither did ho write letters
Early this winter Alaska contributed
a third party to tho comedy. Isaac
Gibson a retired Klondlkcr, who
counts his wealth In thousands, came
to Hlllsboro to Und relatives whom
ho had not seen for years, During his
sojourn hero ho met Mrs. Grow, be
came smitten, helped her get a divorce
and has carried her away as a brldo
to his Canadian home, To avoid
complications, thoy will tako passage
on u vessel so thoy may bo married on
tho high seas, Mr. Gibson Is over CO
and his brlde-clcct Is but a little past
20. Mrs. Grow was granted a divorce
Too High Living.
Mr Aaaoclnleil Prcca to tho JoitranL
Ciiioaoo, April 3. During "a
quarrel at tho table today Mrs. Jos.
liruwn seized a knife and stabbed hor
husband In tho breast. Urown died
It Is now learned what draws so
many traveling uicnto Salem to spend
Sunday at tho Capital city. It Is our
boautirul and comfortable opera
One thing is certain: (
5 makes hair grow.
April 3. May 711; cash
April 3, Hay
l rcu 7-1.
1.071 cash 1.001.
)f r ja 'fmrn
fllrs. D. L. Fiester's
(At old stand, 201 Commercial Street, Salem.)
Millinery Opening continued over Saturday.
Our pattern Hats are going off fast. Many
choice selections still remain.
The Paris will display a full line of Trimmed jJHats
French Patterns, and all the Novelties of the season
Get our prices and sec our stock,
For pruning tools of all dc
Draw cut Pruning Shears,
Pruning Saws, etc, etc,
N. w, Cor. State & Liberty SL.Saleui.
Oyer 18 Acres ol Floor Space
rilled with the latest and most automati', m tchinory, aad af
folding accomtn diilou for over 3,000 killed laborer, a 'a
the exfcsnt'of a factory that U running 22 hour out of ever 24
to supply the demand for COLUMBIA, HARTrORD and
Why are they in such demand?
.The reason is simple. They are henostly made from ho neat
material the but that oan be had. They are up to date, Is
fact they are the the Btandard Blaretes of the World.
la often symbolized by the owl, We
dou't know why ! A better symbol
would bo uny of our numerous putronn.
They are we enough to know that
when their lht la defective or there
Is any other derangement of the eye
that makes (tlaues a neeefcxlty. The
proper place to have them tit ted U at
Uarr'B jewelry store by,
HERMAN W. IJAItR,
fjos. Meyers & Sons.
Salem's Greatest Store.
In hod tho
h u in e IIH
N o w 1 c r
Chumbra y b
l'l, in lino
I n trod iico
The Crown Waist
In i'erculeti, Lawn, Dluiltlot.,
I'hiuen, Tissues, etc., tho most
ixjrruut HttliiK' and bunt shirt
waint on tlio markoU A very
50c to 53.
Monduy, Tuowluy, Wednesday
JI(wihhi bU(jwr Willi out
wlMt eursfiat Tlt.ju HUk
Hull Umljrolia, A l (trw
, i ".
ina Jiit rveelrHl.
Tlio now (Hi wllh ertlorwl
Uinlura, vy glMilfu b
Our entire line, conslstloff nf
all that's new and up-t?-dalo, at
specially attractive prices.
Pln9, licit Clasps, UoautyFIns,
Deauty Pin Waist sets, Jeweled
Pointers for ladles' collars,
Stick Pius, Hat Pins, etc, etc.
In latest styles of
our tt,00. 110.00
nnd .$12.00 lines,
A mortt complete line
to meet every want. All
sizes, all prices. Qual
ity tlio very best, bee
Thas) suits are
thn finest nf our
I' popular lines and
,. some cannot b
' duplicated at ttM
I above no 11 In
!' price. Absolutely
all wool, and reliable
278 280 Commercial St.
WrM CLOSE AT
The Old White Corner.
Sroat & Wilson-
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