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National Editorial Association Greeting Edition of one of Oregon's Country Papers An Evening Associated Press Daily,
Tho Dally Journal's large clrcula-
tlon Is no accident. It's tho result of
high quality and low prlco.
grams, Frosh iJocal nwa and Lfv
Editorials make .TheDally JoufMffl
SALEM, OREGON MONDAY JULY 10 1800.
Home Made Goods,
Specials: A very 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
for them. .
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LACY'S ' ' '
GREAT SLAUGHTER SHOE SALE.
Wc aro not
t making Low Prices on Dead Stock,
Hewing down a clean, live Block, level
NEW UP-TO-DATE STYLES!
Kvory Shoe in tho house subject to the 20 per cent reduction.
Moods marked in plain ll run.
ft. W. W bW h. SW te W. fcu.
Nnr ;i rlpnranr nf nlri jrnnds. but all lieV SprillCf Stock
bought at the very lowest cash price. We can fit any foot
sizes from Infants O's to Aen's 13's, and widths, AA to EE.
Never has such an opportunity been offered to the people of
Salem. Call and convince yourself of the genuineness of
SALEM SHOE STORE
83 State St. 1-ndd & Bwh Hank Bldg.
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 Men and Boys to be
found, in Patterns and
Red Cross Shoes
Our hospital and nurse Shoes,
also Uxtords, have arrived. 1 ry
a pair if you want soild com
fort. Our 1 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.
- "Mk si "s -.
"DTCAD WE DO,
iJJliJVU. WE no DO
and blowing about it an a marvel,
with tho dirt which Ih associated
Originator of Low Prlcos
tWo Shine them Free.
NEW SHOE STORE,
94 STATK STKEKT.
Cables the War De
partment Regarding the Appointment
President Appoints Lieutenant Colonels
for Two Regiments.
II y Amoelntrtl I'reu la tlie Joarnnl.
Wahhi.noto.v, July 10. Gen. Otis
cables tho follewing: "Veteran regi
ments aroused. I will enlist about one
thousand. You can appoint eleven sec
ond lieutenants for tbe First and nine
for the Second regiment to recruit in
tho United States. All other olllces
are filled. The regiments aro styled the
First and Second Philippine 17. S. vet
eran volunteers infantry."
General Corbiu cabled to General
Otis that those designations could not
be allowed for tho Philippine regiment,
and to save confusion they would be
called tho Thirty-sixth and Thirty-seventh
United States Volunteers' infantry.
Washington, July 10. The president
has appointed the following lieutenant-
colonels of volunteers.
Major S. J. Dell, assistant adjutant
general volunteers, now serving in Phil
ippines, Herbert G. Sergeant, who wus
colonel of the Fifth immune regiment
during the war with Spain; Captain
John J. llronton, Twenty-fourth infan
try, who w as in tho battle of San Juan
Hill nnd highly commended for cool
ness and bravery; Captain K. H. Plum
mer, Tenth infantry, who was recom
mended for brevet forgallantry In action
The Sheriff and. County Com
llr Annoclutnl I're to Hip Jtiiiriinl.
'.m.i.ack, Ida., July 10. In doubling
the rumoval cuhus tliU morning, Jndgu
Stuwart found thu uomniluHlonurH guilty
of wilful iniBconduct in allowing bills to
thoolioriff in excess of hit lawful feu; al
lowing ii jHireentago for colleetlns li-
ceiiHes; iHHiiing huiooii uceiiHUH, muiioui
ii)j)linition or IkiikI; approving tlie
IkjikIh of county olllcortt, with inttultl-
ciont HUretleH; failing to take action
wliun notitled of the probable doHtruc
tion of proirty at Wnnlner.
For tlieHe he held them guilty of neg
lect, Htitticiunt to justify their removal.
In the cam) of the sheriff he eaid: "The
dofenduut by his own teotiinony ban
convicted hiuiHelf of the inOHt tlagrant
violation of olliciul duty." Tho defunhe
gave notice of apical.
The Dewey Reception. '
II y Axtx-'lalcU I'mi lu the Journl.
Nkw Yoiik, July 10. A uj)eoial to the
World from Wnnhiiigton layo; "A letter
luia Ikhjii bout to Admiral I)eHey,through
Secretary Ixmg, telling him of the pro
gramme theaitixoiitt of WaHhiugtou have
urrangel for his reception, becretary
Ixmg will proHont to Admir,il Uowoy, on
tho oust front of tho ctipitol, in the pres
ence oi me presmani ami uiuzumt oi
Washington, the sword votod to him by
eongrtMS. The president has approved
SPARRING FOB TIME.
Kruget Preparing to Mke It Inteietting
ta.Nira.N-, July 10. Tho Haal dis.
jmtchus from Ca)e Town and Johannes
burg uoncur as to tho eomploxlty and
obtuurity of the lUnsi proonul, and d
olare that the Uitlandurs are profoundly
dihappointed. In Johannesburg it is
bollovad that President Kruger is only
dallying togdin time until the weather
makes campaigning dilllwilt fur the
W. P.Schrinr,theCiepreiHir, lias
addnxMod a letter to an Afrikander pa- j
per published in Cape Town, declaring)
that there is no ground whatever for
the aetive interference of th iniir1al
government in the Transvaal, iw the
Boar proposals are satisfactory. This
has aroused great indlgHutiefl in the
Cape Geteny, where It U reganlwl as
misohlevdus, ill-timed awl aWulatsl te
ttftaoumso President Krueer awl lo ma-
iiarmis air aiiwi Jiiinrr.
The Rome correspondent of tho Dally
Mall guys: "The popo has been in cor
respondence with President Kruger, ap
pealing to bint to avoid a rttptitro with
(treat llritnlu, and yostenlny lie re
ceived a dispatett lrom the. Transvual
chief magistrate, declaring thatn guttle
ment was still distant, but that the
crisis win passed."
According to tho Johanncabun corre
spondent of the Daily Mail, the Ultlund
ers regard tbo Transvaal government's
proposals a8 absurdly InBulllclent,
ny Amtoclnlrtl I'rcia 4a fhc Juurunt.
Skatti.k, .Inly 10. Arrangements
have about been completed to bring the
Washington volunteers to thli city to Imj
mustered out. Upon their arrival at
San Francisco they will Imj put aboard
a special train chartered by Seattle peo
ple The train will have a pay-ear at
tached, and the troops will lw paid off
Airs. Shattuck Accused of Kill
ing Her Husband.
11 jr Amorlnleil l'rena tn the Joarnnl.
Eiiik, Pa., July 10. Clarence E. Shat
tuck was shot and killed this morning,
and his liody placed on the track of tho
motor line. Ills wife Is locked up,
charged with murdering him.
To the National Editorial Association Exs
cursion in Oregon,
BANOUET AND SPEECHES, FLOWERS AND FLAGS,
CARRIAGE RIDES AND GREETINGS.
Program Mapped Out for Tuesday at Salem -vOur Greeting
Begins at Eugene and Extends to Tacoma,
Tlio Salem reception committee to meet tho editorial excurionintH nt l'u
gone go on tho overland train tonight adornwl with appropriate badgeH and Klou
dike smiles and will escort tho entire delegation to this city. The delegation going
up are: Mayor Hishop, Secretary Tlilolmm of tho Chamber of Commerce, Police
Judge Juduh, J. II. Allwrt, Geo. II. (Irny, F. It. Anson, Frank Davey, K. F. Park
hurst, W. H. Ilohson, A. N. CJilbert, Kupt. of the Asylum and .Mrs. I). A. Paine,
W. T. Willianihoii and Mrs. WilliuniFon, Geo. Pearco, Carey Martin, K, Hoferof
Tiik Jouk.nai., Frank Timivh of tho Htatesman, C. II. Irvine of tho Sentinel, J, II,
Fletcher of tho Independent.
Their broad silk badges are inscribed : "National P.dltorial AHsooiutlon, 8a
lorn July 11. Hecoption committee."
May Iw roughly sketclied as follews:
Train arrives at 11 :20 a. m. and is swituhel to the foot of Commercial street.
Procession forms uudcrcomimind of Chief Marshal Ktol.and marches to Marlon
Itaumiet and nveption under tho firs.
Carriage rides and trolluy rides to tho sights alsnit tho city.
Itcturu to tliu train, and farewell.
TIIK DAV ATHAI.KM.
Tuesday will lx u gulu day in Salem, when the National P.dltorial Association
will he entertained by tho icoplc of this city and vicinity. Preparations have
been made to feast the guests, to give them Home music, instrumental and chin,
Continued on Fourth !',
ThoinuH lUinads, Ccntcrtlcld, 0
writes: "I Buffered from piles seven
or eight years. No remedy guvo me
relief until DoWltt'a Witch Ilu7.el
Sulve,'1 perfectly harmless. Stone's
aro not a sign of old ago. Tho youthful
I've mmd rouulatlni; as much as the
older oytts need help, We en assist
ltoth. In our
Are instruments for testing the sight
and a ski led optician to fit glasos to
weak or defective eyes. Kxamlnatlons
are free. Call anil see us when in need
BARR'S JEWELRY STORE
Jlfl BTATU BTRDBT
San Francisco Excursion,
Only Sl.SO for the Round Trip,
Plenty of time to see everything,
AN IDEAL SUMMER OUTING,
Leave Salem August 3d,
Side trips to Mt. Hamilton, Tumalapias, Berkley, Palo Alto
and various places of Interest. For detailed information and
tickets, enquire of W. W. SKINNER, or H. D. Patton. Salem,
or Dr. C. W. BARR, Manager. Lebanon, Ore.
Where the Soldiers
Depends Now on Their Com
mander. The Transports May Not Get in Tues-
llr Amurlntril I'm to tb Journal.
San FniNcisco, July 10. Tho trims
K)rts Ohio and Newport, bearing tho
Oregon volunteers, had not been sighted
up to an early hour this morning, but
their arrival is expected hourly, tho
i owpon arriving several nours, pron
-Jnbly, licforo the Ohio.
Whether tho Oregon volunteers are
landed here will depend Uku the con
sent of tho of the colonel In command of
the regiment, and also tho wishes of tlie
governor of Oregon. Until this is de
termined the ltcd Cross Society und Nu
tivo Sons in uhnnge of tlie reception to
the Oregon troops will defer further
All duy the water front was irowdcd
with people anxiously watching for the
vessels. It is extremely doubtful
whether the Oregon hoys willdHiulloMed
to land at all. As far us the local quar
master's department at present knows,
both transports will be ordered to Port
land or Astorlu as soon as they have
passed quarantine und discharged uny
soldiers they may bring that belong to
Whether they land or not, however,
every preparation has Imhiii iniwlo to re
ceive them, und if thoy aro compile 1
to remain on shipboard during their
stay here they Hill lm plentifully ser
enaded from tug Ixrnt, launch nnd white-
hall. Hands, sirens, horns, and banners
will welcome thorn luck to their native
land, and if they get ashore they will he
feasted by the Hod Cross und niter
tallied by the citizens.
Brain and Muscle,
Is required for the contest. Thesu are
a idol to by proper food, which can b
hod ut the Wonder Restaurant.
To cure La Grippe, keep warm, ei peclstl)
&c feet, Ad take Ut. Milt' Nervine.
Hlch Joint Commission.
II r Associated l'rra to Itir Jiturnnl.
Washington, July 10. Unless Sena
tor Fairbanks, while In Aluxkuuivocds
in finding a satisfactory solution of the
vexed boundary question and brings
with him material for arrangement of
tbe modus vivendi, the high joint com
mission will not meet in August.
Ciiicaoo, July 10. Tho Associated
Press has received a telegram from Sen
ator Fairbanks nt Portland, Oregon.stnt
ing that the dispatch sent from Tacomu
last night alHHit tho Canadian boundary
lino in Alaska is inaccurate and mis
leading. Gold Dust Krom Alaska.
v icToniA, July 10. The steamer
Hosalia arrived today from Alaska with
15 miners and $125,000 in dust. The
White Pass road is completed to l.uko
llennctt and trains aro running through.
Two Prominent Educators aie
Killed at Newman City.
llr Aasuclnted I'rra tn the .Tournnl.
San Fiiancihco, July 10. In n collis
ion between a passenger and a freight
train, bearing delegates to the N. K. A.
convention at I.os Angeles, occurred at
Newman this morning. Mrs. Thomas
of Seneca Fulls, New York, and Mrs.
Han is of Kt. Louis, were killed, nnd live
others were slightly wounded.
Injcssant Rains at Mantis Inconvenienc
Manila, July 10, 8 u. in.-It has been
raining and storming almost constantly
for two days, and tho country along the
American south and hay lines It literally
Hooded. The soldiers aro suffering great
discomfort. Tho Thirteenth Infantry
regiment nt Pasay Is in the worst jkisI
tion, liciug practically surrounded by
water. The bridges that were used for
getting supplies have Ihiou washed away,
ami Home of the companies are now sep
arated by streams six feet deep. In
many cases the mun aro sleeping with
three feet of water beneath their hunks,
which aro elevated on cracker Imixos.
The company cooks, when preparing tho
meals, stand knee deep in water.
Some of tho roads leading to Pasay
are simply impassable, and the rieo Holds
on all sides are one great Jake. A high
wind blow over several tents of tho Sec
ond reserve hospital. Manila bay is im
possible of navigation by either launches
or couoch, and no vessels are leaving the
The United Stales trauspoit Centen
nial Is ready to sail for Sun l-ruucisco
with discharged soldiers, but tho latter
have to sit around the water front all
day, drenched to the skin, waiting (or a
launch to take them tu the steamer.
The river Paslg and nil the other
streams are swollen and city streets at
r.U low points are covered with water.
Arrangements are in process of com
pletion, whereby tho tiro boll and ull the
church bells at Salem wilt ring out tho
glad tidings, the Instant that tho news
is received hero of the arrival at ran
Frunclsco of the transports bringing our
boys from Manila.
Kldor Jkirkiey returned toduy from
dedicating a church ut Dusty ho also at
tended a hoard meeting to Install the
Philomath college president, W. II.
mr 'v '? HTi"tvn
Jos. Meyers &
No 4569 I
Heeiires the line Columbia if z
proheutisl within the time z
I- spec i lieu.
New French Models
Adapted to American rispuirements.
Gored and Bias cut,
W, B, CORSETS-
AresniMtrlor toimiortiMl oorsets in
workmuiuhip, material and ilulsh.
und are utiout one-half the prlcoiiskcd
for tills obis of corsets. Two linos
Bummer waists just
light weight netting,
In dark and light grounds suitable
for waists und
value to 2o
278 -280 Commercial St. The Old White Corner.
14 hi ft- ik " A
Makes the food more
Happen in Poreip
Wicked Bullets for
25,000 Toxas Planters
llr Asmiclntvtl I'rmi lu tlie Journnt.
Sr. PHTimsiiimo, July 10, Tho Grand
Duke George, brother of tho uxar is
AuaANtniiA, July 10. Three cases
plague are reiorted hero yesterday.
Vikn.na, July 10. The United States
governiuont has declined tint proposal
of the Austro-llaugariau government to
arbitrate claims for damage arising
from the death of Austrian-Hungarian
subjects during tho rioting at llaxletou,
Munch:, Intl., July 10. Today tho In
ternational conference of the Hint glass
workcis met here with 'JOO delegates
present. Tho (iiiestloli of amalgamat
ing all classes of the organised glasH
trades will form tho principal topic of
Wi.viisoii, Out., July 10. Forty local
militiamen loft this afternoon for l.ou
don, Ontario, in responsu to a call from
the dlstrlut olllcer for troops 'to aid in
iUelliug the street car riots there. It
is believed tho presence of troops will
hold the rioters in check without actual
taNito.N, July 10. Under Sccratury of
State for the war olllce, Wyudhum, re
plying to a iUustiou in the house af com
mons today acknowledged that bullets
similar to dumdum bullets, condemned
by The Hague maco conference were
being supplied to Uritlsh troopi lu South
Africa. The statement wus greeted
with loud Irish cries of "shomo.
Washington, July, 10. Tho secretary
of agriculture has been iippualoo to on
iHihalf of tho Hood sufferers of Tuxiw, to
send supplies of corn for tlfolr ubo He
wus com (Killed to decline as there is no
appropriation for such purHso.
Secretary Wilson has Imon sending
?t tt fn
Summer Clearance Sale
The following llmw fuulthsss lu
stylus und qiialllioa at very attractive
Eultublo fur Imntli or wmntry outing
A Better One
Tliuloivory Htnruwlli (or 16 umts
10 and for 15 and 20c.
We ureshowingMJuie uxdlent vul
um In 4lu and tlgurwl gowlt.
SO WA8TJ3 NO TIME LOOlvINd jBLagjV
ik - iL 14 ii .it ii ii a
delicious and wholesome
KnrtX CO., Rtw TOK.
all tho quick growing seeds the depart-
ment has, in tho hope that they may lx$
planted In tlmo to ?bo productive this?
season. A telegram from the chnlrnniiti
oi me uoustou uti'iiel committee esti
mates the number of planters "affected
Washington, July 10. Surgeon Oeif-
end Sternberg rwbljcil a dispatch fronfi
Major O'Uyil.ot Havana, which sayjiS
no now cases of yellow feVer h.ivo devel-'
oped at Santiago.
llr AasaclfiteilTrtH (a (kr Jnraal.'
Skattlk, July 10. Tho congressional
party comprising Metros. Payne, lluir,?
Steel, Heatwoe, Dalxbll and Wnrhcr ar3
rived today from Alaska. Congressman!
Payne, who is a member of the Jollity
high commission, gave special attention
to the Iwundary question.
Tin wo tits tttrike.
llr AMMieliilril I'rei la I ho Joarnnl.
Lisiio.n, O., July ID. ;A11 tho skllledl
workmen lu the local tin mill went on tc
strike today for a recognition of tho
Union. As a result every department
hi tho plant is stopivd and COO men ar jl
Section Men Strike.
llr Aumielnlett I'rca la III JoBrnl'
Oiiioaoo, July 10. Two huudred u.
tlon hands employed by, the Chicago
Junction railway today struck for a rafeej
of wages. '1 he company operates
miles of truck chielly in switching for J
New Telephone Co.
I. II. Hingham, li. Lurch, I). 1
tow, and It. J. Jennings, have filed
tides of incorporation for
m.i i. i. ,m..i.53
icicKraiiu ix i vie
phono Co." Capital stock S.O'W.
Two Sad Oelentes,
Freil .. Alexiinder and niece, Mrs'
Wolfonl, were sad-eyed iniseengcrs iw
Seattle today. They were not able tq
remain to tlie editorial banquet, hut
were very well treated while here as the
guests of Mrs. .Mary Davis, 1117 High'
stieet. The Washington editors meet
lu eoiiwntlon ut Seattle Tuesday.
Sunt J. D. I.ee, of tho O. 8. P.. I
bunny to have his family locate in Sa
lem. Mrs. Leo with two sons and twot
daughters arrived Saturday evening and.
the family will me in uie spacious i-otj.
luge at the prison. They expect to bj
settled in about ten days. jt
Cigars and Tobacco.
Try Our Ice Crcatrij
154 State 5t
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Cash U red 1.
Ban Francisco, July, 10. Cash
I Save Your Tickeis 4
fc Wo muy have to ghJ tho
E w heel uwuy again.
UooiMiyo to nil forrMrftirtt-, lu u J
slaiighttir fule from IJOJ1 ' n"0 n
diitlon. 11.00 lmtiiTa 60 cunts you -J
know tin rtMt.
Clean and IrUrH
ndsaud Puffs. . v ,, y
Boys' and ChUir
prlps; llgnt weigjij
Waists for 46c.
Suits for 59c
i. a ii i ii
a., i. a iwmmmm
Cor. State an! Liberty Sis. 8alem,Or
a. , lAsrifikhi k,L