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NO 153. :$m
Home Made Goods,
Specials: A v$y Select
line of Boy's Knee Pant Suits
of our own goods made up in
New York. Get one for
All sizes of Boy's Black Hose,
the very best to be had: Ask
WOOaE$ WU SYORt
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Wc are not we SAY
KILLING THE DEAD. wIBo'do
t making Low Prices on Dead Stock, and blowing about it as n marvel,
but we are
SLAUGHTERING THE LiVING!
Hewing down a clean, live stock, level wltli tho dirt which is associated
wltli cheap prices.
NEW UP-TO-DATE STYLES!
Kvery.Shoo in the house subject to tho 20 ier cent reduction,
(ioods marked in plain i res.
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The fines "chain wheel ever turned out of a factory,
Hartfords, stricty h:gh grade, S35,
Videttes, fully guaranteed, $25 and S26,
SROAT Sl WILSON.
F. W. IIOI.LIH.
II. I.. IIAM.IXHl'll.
II 11 WE?
If not do so.
See our Wall Paper, and
Get our Prices.
F. f . DOLUS AND iffM,
808 CQ3IMRHCIAL ST.
Cor. State and Liberty Sis. Salem, Ore.
The .areest assortment of
Men's Pants: Regular sizes,
extra sizes and extra longs.
No matter what size you call
for we have them. A special
drive on them.
The finest line of Crash Hats
for Afen and Boys to be
found, in Patterns and
Red Cross Shoes
Our hospital and nurse Shoes,
also Oxfords, have arrived. Try
a pair if you want soild com
fort. Our big Shoe sale is still
on--we are cutting prices right
and left we buy our goods 10
per cent, cheaper than inexper
ienced opposition, hence can
and do easily undersell them.
275 Commercial St.
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Originator or Low Prices.
CWoShlno thorn Free.
SHOE STOH H,
Wt tv lw
W.W WWW. w
K. M. WHICH.
called at the
Around the World
Dreyfus Will Be Tried By
Flying Fox Wins This Years Derby
.'Yale Harvard Regatta.
Ilr Aaaoclnfttl I'rcai to the Jonrnnl.
Rennks, Juno 29. The olllcial Hat of
theconipositson of tho Dreyfus court
martial, which is to assemble in the
army service building for the retrial of
tho last prisoner, as follews:
President, Colonel Jouqucst; Major
Bronganiast, nrtlllorv; Major Debrcoii,
artillery; Major Prolllot, artillery ;
Malor Merle, artillerv; Captain Parfalt,
artillery; Captain IJeauvais, artillery.
All tho members of the court-martial
have passed through tho polytechnic
IU:NK8,Juno 29. The house occupied
ny .nine, ureyius was gunmen uv genii
urines all night. No ono was allowed
to enter without permission of Madame
London. June 28. Tho princess of
ales stakes, valued at ten thousand
soveriims Were won at Xowninrknt. to.
day, by tho Duko of Westminister's colt,
i-lying tux, tho winner of this year's
Xkw London, Conn., June 21). The
day of the Vale-Harvard regotta opened
somewhat rainy and with a northwest
wind blowing. Up tolliIH) there was
little or no public letting on races,
which were to be rowed late this after
noon, owing to the storm,
Xi:w London, Conn., June 2t). Har
vard wins four oared race.
London, Juno 2i. Tlie Johannesburg
correspondent of tho Standard miyHt
President Krucuor. it Ih understood
liero, peraiil8 in his demand for arbitra
tion as an essential condition of nnv sot
tlcmcnt. In tlio meantime, tho Trans
vaal continues buying provisions and
war material, and it lias arranged with
tho Hinterland Railway Company to
liavo absolute control of the railway
lines in the Orange Free State in tho
event of war.
P.inis, Juno 10. The Venezuela arbi
tration coinmisKiou was again in session
today and tho leading counsel for Great
Britain Sir Riclmnl Wobstor continued
the presentation of his side of tho case.
London, Juno 21). The Times, in a
rattier ironical leading editorial on tho
woman's congress. iys :
"Wo cannot liultevu that tho ucnornl
attitude of tho congress is either wise or
representative, or that tho proceedings
are likely to further tho real interests
of womankind. It would ho lamentable
if thoBO indiscreet and oxainroratcd do
inaudH should foster a reaction against
me process ol gradual dcveio)ineut
wnoreiiy women nave already gained ho
NOT A CANDIDATE
Roosevelt Declares He is
a Candidate for
lly Aaaoclntril I'rcaa l (he Journal.
Ai.iianv, Juno 20. Governor Ik80
volt deolared this afturnoon that ho was
not a uaudidato for the prusidenoy but
advocntos the ronomiuntlou of '.fcKlu
ley. MARION: COUNTY MATTERS.
Business Being Transacted at the Court
In (li'iwrtimnit No. 2 Judgo U)kt) huld
a short session Wedwwday and made
the following entries on tho decket:
T. T. Geer, governor, et al., vs. John
G, Wright et al foreclosure; motion to
Mit aside decross overruled.
II. II. Mattisou vs. 1'. K Castlemau,
foreclosure ; ordered that plaintiff have
leave to tile un; amendel complaint
making II. C. Iluddulhon, administra
tor of the estate of I. J. Castlemau, de
ceased, u party dufeudent.
I.tnnie J. Howell vs. Maggie Folsom
et al., forccloguru; upjdieatioii for Iwave
to answer y .inggio rawnn w ie mwi
I )KI!DS HUH),
S. L. Ieonanl and husband to Libbfo
f fntfw.i. )tt .Am III till. 1iU'tl nf
II. IWIUUIII .Ml. IHJIU ... Ill" ".. i.
Italelch A. Moore and wife to Sarah
M. liodfey, lot 1, blk 10, bmKii west add
to Salem, f 10.
L. K. Illaek and wife to David Mehee,
1 acre in twi. 18, t 6 a r 1 wtwt, f 700.
Adam Ohmartetux to Lnima Niott
(H,76 aeres, k. 10, s r w w d, l,800
The reixrt of Thos. Coleman. John M.
McKav ami Aluhonso liiiywjriu, aiiiirais-
ers of the usUite of Francis S. fiiiiitli,
deeeaewl, has Ut-n fllwl. '11 10 total vnl-
nutlon Is given as iusto.
In tlie matter 01 uie esiuieoi a. 11.
Hammer, deeeaswl, citation lias Lewi
iwiwl directing John Hughes, wlndnia
trator of tlie Hammer etrtute, ami M. L.
ClwinlwrlaiH and David Eimpeon to file
a detailed statement of Um reiatleiw of
the Hammer eiwl itiadon ttatas. Aug
8Ibt Is fixed as the day for rMNtttioji
of eatd riort.
Patronlic Home Industry.
Yuh wHl Nn Ui luTHkh eHojeHt
repltUnKt el Satym awl Ms re m
at Uy nttrwg imu vmm
SALEM, OREGON THUBSDAT JUNE 20 1800.
A Biking Ooat.
llnmiv.r,i,L. U'n.t t11
Cleveland cot Into serious troublo with
a reporter the other day, Tho ropor
tur threw his blko airlessly on Its sldo
and in his absence tho goat jumped
uio wneei ana ucgnn to ticmoiisii it witn
all his might and was wltli much dif
ficulty taken off and Jack has a hill for a
bike staring hint in the face
BACK FROM BLUEFIELDS.
Cruiser Detroit Returned From
Nicarrgua Where American
Interests Were at Stake.
Ilr Andiflnted I'rea In Hie Journnl.
Xkw Yoiik, Juno i.i. The cruiser De
troit has arrived from lllueflclds, where
she has been looking after after Ameri
can interests which were endangered bv
the unsettled state of Nicaraguan poll
tics. Tho Detroit brought from Mana
gua the body of General Daniel Me-
Auley, of Indiana, who died some
ago at .Managua.
THE GRAVEL BAR.
Which the Salem Water Company
Plant is Located.
Decided to Be an Accretion to Minto's
Island Kefereo'a Final Report
Schuyler C. Spencer, of Portland, who
was apiK)luted referee 111 the Minto-Sav-ago
contest, involving a part of Minto
island, in the Willamette river, has lllcd
ins rejiori witn tlie Htato Ijind Jionnl at
The report states as (hidings of fact
that prior to 1887 a body of land began
to form on the north bank of Minto's
island, and that some ten years later the
owner, by contract, granted tho Balom
Water Company tho privilege of laying
its main pipes across tho lower end of
tho island and taking from tho island
sand and gravel ngcossary to construct n
reservoir or crib in tho river on tho
north side of the island.
Tho subsequent growth of tho land at
the ioint of junction with tho mainland,
with its extended length down tho river
and out from the Island, created un
eddy or reverse current to such an ex
tent as to effect tho water supply of the
city of Salem. To remedy tho trouble
the company obtained tno consent of
Mr. Minto to cut a ditch at tlie point of
Junction witli the mainland, in 181)4,
which has been recut year after year in
consequence of the winter filling. The
ditch is nbout 20 feet in length and sev
eral feet deep, so that steamers may
pass through it in ordinary high water
and land at the wharves at Salem.
Tho report continues, in substance:
That tho mado land was extcntion of the
island in tho direction of tlie 1 'oik county
side of the river, in which direction tho
Island as well as the main channel of
the river is and lias Ik'oii for inanv vears
That at tho time of tho tUlitii; of the
application to purchase this land there
was no law authorizing its sale, if it
had been the property of tho state.
That the application of Mark II. Sav
age, though in form tho application of
un individual, is the application of a
company or uirtncrship. and ihade in
tho interest of and for tho bouollt of the
company or partnership.
Based uou the (hidings of fact, Hef-
eree Hpincor round that John .Minto is
tho owner of Minto Island, and the land
In question is a propcriiccrotiou therete:
that tho state Is not the owner of the
land dci;crllHd in the application, and
that it is not subfect to tlie control and
sale of the state loard of land commis
sioners, as contended ; that the applica
tion to purchase said land is void, and
should be dismissed, for the reason that,
at tho time of filing of said application,
there was no law authorizing the sale
thereof by this bounl; that tho applica
tion to purchase is void, and should lie
dismissed, for the reason that said ap
plication was made by and (or the tone
ilt of a company or partnership, and not
by an Individual Hirson for his own use
THE WILLMAN RECITAL.
Program for Friday Evening June 30, a t
Reeds Opera House.
Mrs. Ktta Audors-Wlllman, Salem
manager of the Inter-State Conservatory,
has prepared tho following program lor
her annual commencement recital to be
held at Heeds opera house Friday even
ing. The public is cordially invited.
Quartettu, IUkoozv Marsoh LiH.t
Grace Savage, Mrs. Otto Krausrto,
Mrs. F. it. Anson, Mr. K. M.
Solo. "Silver HhIiob in tho lake"... Hol
lander Marie Ilofur
Solo ,. .. . Hollander
a. "Fairy tale-"
0. "Birds In tho woods"
Solo, Halc'on days Soiss
Diwtt. "Itondo Urllllanto" Mohr
Alta HeudriokH, Uraco Savage.
a. Allegretto Op 10, No 2.
Solo "Martha" Sydney Smith
Solo, Concert March Hollander
Solo, "Alice where art tlwu" .. Aher
Dott. Jubol Overture ...Von Webber
MImi lleeknor, MlfM Hubbard,
Solo, Concert Study UoMln-ck
Frel It. Waters.
Solo. Bal Poudre Itafaeol Joffy
Solo, a. Noetniue, Job Fttdd, b Faust
ValMJ, ttouno'l, d, "Feuer Zaii
Iwr, msjie 'ire, scone from
Wulklne, Itiehard Wagner,
Nettle L. Ikckuor.
AddretM, Dr. Sott, prwident of Inter
state L'liUorslty System.
Double Quartet, 10 bauds, iirande
MVw Beekner, Miss Hubbitnl,
Mrs, John Kramwe, Mli lire
wan, MIm ClilbUrs. Mm. F. It.
Anton, Mr, Jos. Allmrt, MttH
Frsm Mr dairy norvtxl with frh alrayi'
Ugrm at Strang's UUnranU
Letter From Him is
Waslipd Ashore in a Sealed
The Letter Bears the Date of May 4th
ami From Lat. 47 North.
Ily Aaaotlntnl I'rcaa to the Journnl.
San FJiAM'isiM. .limn mi 11. .1.
Baron, formerly nn eastern nowspniHir
man has 'written tho following to the
Associated Press from Wrangel, Alaska,
under date of Juno 21:
Information has lsen received hen.
several days ago, which conllms the
story that Andree, tho Arctic explorer
Is not dead. A Norwegian who was a
passenger on n Seattle Ismt, bound for
Sknguay, showed a letter which was sui
possod to have been written bv Anreo.
The letter was In a sealed Imttlo that
had been Mashed ashore, off the Nor
wegian const and was dated May 4. The
latitude gtfen as 74 degrees north nnd
the balloon was somewhere to the west
ward of Iceland.
."I am leaving the balloon and pro
visions. Andree," were tho words
t The fiesldem
cnloys 11 goxl cigar. You have a liek
privilege. When you lire about to give
your order remember to ask for" La Cor
FOUND DEAD IN BED.
Well-Known Salemite and Oregon Pion
eer No Longer With Us.
Thos. Townsend was found dead in
lied this morning nt his home, corner of
Fifteenth and Lee streets.
Ho had been out hoeing in tlie garden
Wednesday morning when ho was
taken with a chill and came hi ami
went to bed. He tried to get up several
times and walk almut, but did not have
the strength. His daughter, Rose,
wanted to sit un with htm, but he told
her to go to bed and those were his last
Thos. Townsend was lorn Juno it,
18115, 11 native of Georgia, and came to
Oregon in 18-10 with lila parents, James
M. and Mary Townsend.
In 1858. J10 was married to KII111.
daughter of Frederick Wayntlre. and
iiiwm her death to Sarah Shaw in 18(17.
Tlie children all survive the parents,
but one, and are George K llortlm
.May, Aiary June, 1 nomas uuarles, 11
private at Manila, ami Itosa Nell. The
deceased leaves IiIh homo In this oily
and 11 farm on the Luckiamute.
The old Townsend donation laud
claim is now known as tlie Ixivi place,
south of this city,
Tho deceased was for several terms
street commissioner of this city and held
other minor olllcea,
Ho was a "lifelong Republican, but
was not a member of any lodge or
church. Tho funeral will bo held nt
the Inline of tho deceased on Friday at
'I p. m. Rev. John Parsons has Ihhiii
asked to oiiiciate. Burial at Rural
Full Ticket Nominated, Con
vention Adjourned South
Ilr Aaaorlnled 1'rraa (11 Hie Journal
I.0UIHVII.1.K, Juno 20. The Demo
emtio state convention adjourned last
night, nftor nominating tlie following
llovernor, William (ioolcl, of Ken Ken
eon: lieutenant-governor, J. ('. W.
Beckham, of Nuuon county; secretary
of state, Breok Hill, of Clay county : ut
toruey.geueral, Jiiilge R. (J. llrcckiu
ridge, of Boylo county; auditor, (ins
Coulter, of Graves county; treasurer.
Judge 8. W. llnvgur, of Boyd county,
commissioner of agriculture, I. B. Hull,
of Ioulsvllle; commissioner of public
instruction, II. V. McChcsuoy of Liv
AiiiiiiiiH.v, H. I)., June 20. The Re
publican state convention for the nomi
nation of three supreme court judges
Bushels of Eyes
Would not Is) nl any use if they
were not in order Are your eyes all
right? (ilasseo iim or may not bo net
eeary. The young are subject to de
fect of viaion as well as the old. The
varlterXU l treated tho greater the
cluiHtts of a iKjrmanent euro.
We teat eye) (rue of rharge. Wo can
(Hrnlah ywi anything in the eetaele
nnd eyeglam line.
BARR'S JEWELRY STORE,
111) STATU BTHDHT. '
was no laroclv attended, but was on
thusiastic and very harmonious. Judges
v iiipuii, i-uiiiT uihi uuiiey were reuomi
uated. The resolutions adopted tin.
qtiallledty indorsed President McKlnlov
and his administration and foreign ik)(-
icy in Cuban and Philippine affairs ; re-
ntllmetl the declaration of the St. Ixmls
platform as to the money question, and
declared strongly for the fundamental
principle of tho party.
The olitical Situation
Michigan Stands By the
Ily Aamiclnlcil l'rraa to thr Jonrnnl.
Washinuton, Juno 211. Senator Bur
rows of .Miehlimn was ainonir tho nresl-
dent's callers todnv. lliwn leaving the
whito house, llurrows says tho Michigan
situation has not been mentioned "von
can say, howopor," he said, "that Mich
igan is uuqualfllcdly lor tlie administra
tion and that anv man who is onnosed
to the administration directly or indi
rectly, will go down in that state."
Manilas vs. Chemawa's at Salem July 4,
Many Wide Awake Attractions Com
ing to the Front.
Chairman ' Judah today announces
that tho Chemawa base ball nine will
have a contest game with the "Manilas"
at Salem 011 July L The latter nine is
made up of tho best plovers In our city,
and composed of the following men :
J. (1. Lithrmaii, Will Kvans, Chas.
Williams, Jay McCormlck, Harry
Olinger, Albert Disquo, Jerry King, Fred
Fontnln r::d Fred Ross. It will 1m a
clone contest for tho ffit) priso.
Tho Salem lire department with all its
englies, hose carts, wagons, etc., will
turn out. in Its best stylo, with decora
tions ami colors that will make a mag
hillccut showing. There will also bo a
volunteer turn-out with the old pioneer
Hand engine which is curiosity
that all old timers will be glad to
Chief Marshal K. A. Pierce. Is ore-
paring to place at the head of the pro
cession a new feature in tho form of a
"colorguurd" which will add spirit to
tho occasion, lie has appointed the
following aides to assist in handling tlie
Doug Minto, F. W. Durbin, Wulter
Lyon, Dr. IJiiloy, Dr. J. D. Shaw, K. K.
Conner. A. A. Cunningham, C. M. Idle-
man. W. 11. Downing, Jefferson Hunt,
T. Wrlghtman, Dr. T. C. Smith,
MIR. Myers, Dr. A. A.
Kiglit young woiumen will be re
quired to act as godosscs on the car of
peace and other tloats. So far Misses
1.011a Payne, F.mma Murphy, Myra
Murphy, Annie Maun, Nina Wailsworth
and Alice Davenport have consented to
act. These young ladles and such
others as may Im apolntcd are re
quested to meet with Mrs, Kuglaud at
the city recorder's olllco at !l o'clock p.
Excursion to 'Frisco,
Dr. C. W. Barr, of Lebanon, who has
had wide experience as an excursion
manager, exacts early in August to
perfect nil excursion to San Francisco
for tlie iHiuellt of such as would enjoy
that (ora summer outing, lie exects
to secure a rate below one regular fare
for the round trip, and all who wish
to avohl themselves of the opportunity
should correspond with him at an early
date for full particulars. 27-tf
Was is'(iton, June 21). The president
today contradicted the rojsirts that he
had abandoned the Idea of going WeH
sjos. Meyers &
Styles in Broken
Sizes At ovyry
New Wash Blond
Ties UHt received also swell
I'utle with sticks to mutch,
50c, 75c and ffl.
Crash and Linen
Petticoats Some of thoHcrvlccublo,
$ up to $4.50
thOHO 11.00 values.
278-280 Commercial St, The Old
Mokes the food more
People Lured to the
By Barefaced LIos By Trans
"MNlnrt; a. . .
1500 Men Pacing Starvation in Kot
Ilr Aaaoelaletl lrean lu ttin Journal.
San Fiiancisco, June 21). Tho Associ
ated Press 1ms received a letter from Dr.
J. S. Stono.formerly a well-known phys
ician ol tills city telling of the stuatioii
in the Kotxobue Sound country
Dr. Stone says that 1,601) men each
paid f 200 passage money to the Kot
zebuo Sound besides buying their pro
visions eic, un tno Btrongtn 01 circu
lars Issued by certain trnimportntlon.
companies, announcing "thu richest
gold Holds In Alaska and offering other
iiiuiicemeiiui to secure travel on tlielr
"The circulars," writes Dr. Stone,
"were lies mid 110 gold has been found
011 tho Kotzebue sound In anything like
paying ciuantitios. A thousand holes
were buiik with no Iwd rock or color
Alwut November l tho rush was
started for the Alasliook. 011 the ronorts
of gold king found therein enormous
quantities. The prosjKHitors, after
journeying 1(1 days, reached Hoavor
City, only to Hud tlie reportH absolutely
false. J ho report was started by a
merchant who hud supplies to sell ami
by a recorder of claims.
This country nrodiicos slninlv nothlmt
to sustain life. Of the men who are
here not llfty huve means to get away
and unless tno government sends trans
jHirt or relief, they w ill dlo of cold or
Stone wished the fact of tho nocesslty
of governmental aid impressed iiihxi the
people, until the necessary aid Is sent
to tlie dlslnissed Americans, who wero
hoodwinked to their certain distructlnn
by transportation companies.
Br'ght and Clean.
Thu biirliershop at 241 Comiuoruial
street operated by C, K. Jinnee, has
neon newly painted,
papered and car-
For the best dinner and all
llcacies of the season uo to
delrdous and wholesome
aowDt a co.. tw voaa.
The trustees of Willamette have re
elected N . C. Haw ley president of Wil
lamette. Next Wednesday tho rest of tho places
will lie lllcd. The recommendation
lliniln Kit lluiif.I.lA.. i If .1 .. Ilt
iiiuiiv uf j. lumueni unwicy will IMS car-
and a committee apointcd to readjust
the several professorships and to select
adeau for tho woman's cnllirn iui,,.
mlttoe to report at an adjourned meet
ngof tho. board next Wednesday. It
Is thought by members of the 'board
that the clabsen may bo so arranged that
the number of members comprising the
faculty can Imj reduced and the compen
sation of thoMi remaining ln Increased.
C. Dillmnn's bam, in North Salem,
was burned this forenoon. The cauwj
01 tno lira is not known but is supposed
10 nnvu iiuuii 11 comoiuaiion 01 ciilluron
Dcoii n comoiuaiion 01 children
clics. It was an old' building ;
allied nothing of much valiio.4
inlooftons of straw. The ili-'''
hut a com
surtincc of f 40 will probably cover the
Fresh candy, homo made, at Kills A'
Zlun, 151 State Rtrcct.
Yesterday forunoon a sawmill belong
iuu to John Stene. was dcntmvmt )
lire out on Howell pralrlo. It was
located about nine miles from Salem
mid a mile north of the road that goes to
Are You Ewer
aaran I aaaaaaa aaa aar S
And la It nitdui In nertoui rttuu
tlmiV llnw iuu joii luve i'iun
vli"C. kiinutlu wltli haJiUolia, uvr
out 1-luatMlluu, Mid ital iU)alil
W'.ilM jf')ii llkn U) Im) rid of M
nuwr JiriauioTiuiriuackut. 111
tlrcnwita llirauiof ymir mlfer
hiK, Ihhuii It loiiuirtMa.il Inilnirltlrs
JnimjiMirhlml. J 1. 00. Alt (irujrgiili.
1 kii-p In Rtmil lyaUh you moat
lv (itrjHOI uuilon iif the Nmoln.
Ainr'a Till cum miiMlratlou anil
liAlniiiiintM. vu. nlxii.
Virttn to our Doatarm.
Writ uiliitial ih t'.1tulr In
Tour nitff. A'luir... iin
. U. AKU.
1jh.hI I, M4
CiitHAdo, Juno 20. Jiily 72. Cash
Sas Fiiancisco, June, 20. Cash 1.10
re 1 im execution by tlie qoard when
right men for the plaro can lw obtained.
I ho resignations of Prof. T. W. Noon
rtlt.a lltail 1lia&Kl. I'I..1
111111 .iiisn.uiiiiuu x'riL'Kcv with
- --- "V 1 I
Of India Linen. Gingham, etc . at
1.2 original prices. New lines of
In all stylos sleeveless, quarter
alcoves, long sleeves, low neck, high
neck, gauze und lino ribbed, cotton,
llslu and KlllC.
5c to 85c
The looked for line ut Crush and
Covert Skirts aro now on riUpluy.
50 to $2.50
yeeui to be thoproiwr headgear, and
wo are selling lots of them Why! be
ouuae wo have tho line,
25c to 75c
At ii original prices, tho line
Trunks for uiec and boys.
1 i" t??!-