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SALEM, OREGON-SAWfcHDAr AUGUST 14 1890.
Are Natures Shoes
They're the best on earth,
Shoes are almost as durable,
next best anyway. They have
vantage: When they're gone
-eplace them at the
THE NEW YORK RACKET.
You won't miss the old ones either ; the
new ones fit so well. Don't spend all
your time earning money to shoe and
clothe yourself. Our prices will give
you a half holiday every day. Spend
what you earn on your holidays at the
old line credit stores, but we'll give you
honest goods for cash.
E. T. BARNES, Prop.
Salem's Cheapest One-Price Cash Store,
Cor. Commercial and Chemeketa Sis.
Found it to be
$3.50 shoes are equal to any
$4 shoe to be found in Salem,
Call and see them at
275 Commercial St.
Is our handsome Russet Calf Shoe for summer
wear. Just the right shade, anatomically cor
rect last, and the latest and most stylish details
in trimming and makingwe have them in black
also. Ought to be four dollars, any man s money,
but we want to keep tiade at home, so we put
it at the same price as order-by-mail-and-trust-to-luck
shoes. Buy your shoes at home :ind
get suited for $3.50, reduced to $2.90.
SALEM SHOE STORE
R. H. Leabo, Ahnager.
83 Stato St. Ladd & Bwh Bank Uldg.
a fact that
Winner 2C 2
the Race for Trade
Dreyfus' Lawyer Am-
He Was On His Way to
Two Men Fired at Him With a Re
volver. Mr Aniurliifril 1'rc.i to tlir Journal.
Huxnhs, Aug. 14. Two men nin
btished Maitre Labori, counsol for Drey
fus, mill ono shot was ilrtxl, hitting
Ijibori in tlio back. M. Labori fell in
tlio roadway. Ho is still alive.
Maitro kibori left his houso alouu for
the court at about (I o'clock this (Mon
day) morning. Ills residence is stttni
ted in the suburbs of the town, nliout a
quarter of an hour's walk from the
Lycoc, this route being along a solitary
road hcxidu tlio river Vilaiuu. lie had
reached a point half way on Ida journey,
when two men. who had evidently been
lying in wait for him, rushed out of a
narrow lane and one of them tired u sin
glo shot from a revolver. Tlio assassins
were only a couple of yards boliinu tliolr
victim. 'The bullett struck Luborl in
tho back. Tho wounded man uttered
an agonized cry ami fell Hat on his face.
The assassins immediately tied 'through
the lane from which they had emerged
and both escajicd.
At 7:30 o'e ock t was announced that
the bullet had entered tlio stemach:
that there was no outward bleeding,
and that the physicians bellow that M.
Laltorl will dio from the wound.
A later story has It, that M. Laltorl
was snot in tlie temnie uy u man wno
11 red a rovolver at liim outside the
court, and that the miscreant was ar
restcl. Only two or throe laborers going to
work witnecseil tho shooting of Mattio
Labor!. Tho spot was well chosen, as
the inurdererH could not be seen by M.
Ijiborl until they rushed out upon their
victim, tlio entrance to tho lane being
hidden by buBlies. Moreover, they
wero afforded an easy means of escapo
by passing back through tho lane, which
led to tho country. Ono of tho hutorors,
named Patoux, who witnessed tlio
"Ah I wits immliiL' iilnin? tho road I
saw n tall man walkinu quickly in the
direction of Hennes. IIu was on tho
towing oath of tho Nalatino. lie was
attired in a dark lounge suit, and woro
a Itowlor hat. It was just as lie reached
the bridge crossing tho stream falling
into tho vnlamo, two men, about me
dium height and wearing dark suits and
round, soft felt hats, emerged from a
rural path, entering tho main road.
Ono of them carried a heavy stick. Thev
approached M. Labori from ImjIiIiuI.
Suddedly ho drew a rovolver and tired
IKiint blank at Labori. Ho was so near
that it was finite impossible for him to
IA ulinrn ritimrt tvtm lulllril. mill M.
Lalwri throw up his arms and cried, MIo
la la (which is a common rroncli ex
clamation), and fell Hat upon his face.
I and one of two others who saw tho
deed ran to his assistance, but tho mur
derers had vanished down tho lane.
Huln was immediately sent for, and tho
gontlfames quickly nrrixed, ami soon
afterward Madamo Labori."
ItKNNHs, Aug. 14. Tho shooting of La
ltorl leading counsel for Dreyfus, which
occurred itoioro tho morning session of
tho Droyfus court-martial, was of para
mount Interest. The murderer appar
mitlf nlioso todav for the attempt. Ito-
eauso it was anticipated that Labori
would crush Moroior, tho former minister
of war, witn cross-questioning. News
of tlio shooting caused an immense sen
sation in the court room, where tho
audience was assembled, awaiting the
entronce of tho judgrs.
Tho Droyfus eourtmartial reconvened
this morning, (ion, Moroior and ex
iwldnnt Ciisimir l'erier wero tlrst on
il.i. utnml Tlinv were followed bv
Cavlgnacand Hanotatix, formur minis-
tews ot toroign auuirs, aiutr wmim iuu
court adjourned until Wednesday.
Paris. Aug. 14. The oillce of tho
Antl-Sunilto league in which Guurin,
iirosidunt of the loague, and Max Itugis,
tho noted low-baiter, sought relugo
from arrest, Is still iHwieged; The lx
siegod men threaten to jwur burning oil
upon tho! outside.
Paiiis. Aug. 14. A dispatch from Lo
muni wvn tint moIIco have arrusttl a
IIIUIID ..w ---- ----- -
man naned Ciitlton Matlno, an engineer,
...l.n..i,,,niininiut MirntMltflllils W
nuduniiKM eorruMlonds witli tne
dwtcrlptlon of the man who attempted
to assuwinaU) I-alxri.
Puuvuu A in' 14. A oorruspondant
willed at tho rtwidenc of I-alxirl late
this afternoon awl was liilorruwi tiiut
thu iwtiwiUi s condition Jtu grown
worm. His ajwmy had iiwrwumd and
fever t In. It apiwara LaUri rvtiiyd
only yesterday tvso letters threatening
that he wouui imj simji imi hwiwi mum,
ns ho hail trorted others ot a similar na
ture for nKHttlw past, witli ooMtempL
An notion for money Iws been win
meneed in Justice Johnson's court by
U.J. Fleming, attorney for Perry It.
Conn, of Albany, BgalnaOwoii Howwi
ami .Nellie Howen, lib wife, tor tlte wun
f 47 .80 ami interest at 8 mr cent from
Ootoler 1, 1801. Attachment was ie
mul ami notiee of irurnitdiHierit servwl
An tlict S. P. Co. whteh is nmlertAOl to
owe the defendant money.
Hen. J. J. Murnhy went to Portland
Prof. Seely, of the Collet of Munic
uMiai in I'tirtlurul this afternoon to mee
bis wife ad two enltdreH, who have
mm from Hillsdale, Mfck. Tuefawllr
wfll mate their Howe at Ml Ferry if.
TW ate aoeompanlwl by Mre. Seeley
jUktr, Mum KUe SteveoMiii.
RUN HIS RACE
Well Known Young Athlete Dies at
ConvAi.us, Or., Aug. 14. Frank
Crawford, son of Mayor Crawford, died
Sunday morning of peritonitis, llo was
21 years old. Ho was ill but a week.
Tho funeral will take plaoo Tuesday
morning. Interment will bo in Snlem
Tuesday afternoon, under . tho auspices
of the Knights of Pythias.
(Tlio loss of Frank Crawford to the
athletic world of tho Valley is a severe
one. During his college course ho held
the intercollegiato championship in the
100-yard and 220-yard dashes with a
record of 10 1-5 seconds In tho 10!) mid
at seconds In tho 220. Ho was ono of
the young athlotics ontored under M. A.
A. C. colors in tho Northwest champion
shin athletic meeting to bo held In As
toria next week, and was ono of tho
sure K)int winners.)
Tho interment is to ocotir In Salem,
whore tho Crawford family resided for
for manv vears. Arrancomonts are not
yet completo but it is expected that n
spec al car. carrvinir tno uouy, laiiiuy
and tho Knights of Pythias of this city,
will arrive on tho altonioon train to
morrow, at Salem, mere to no mot iy
tho Salem lodgo of Knights, and thonco
to proceed to the cemeuiry, wnero mo
interment will bo conducted by the
order. The funeral service will lie, held
here in tho Presbyterian church tomor
At Salem to Secure Enlistments for the
35th Infantry, U. S. A.
Lieut. .1. H. Lewis, of tho IWth
l S. A. Infantry, registered at tho
Hotel Willamette Saturday afternoon
and has oiKMicd a rocrultuii! ollico at
2&I Commercial street, at tho Smut
Wilson bicycle store.
Lieut. Lew a lias neeii recruiting at
The Dalles and at Portland. At the
latter nolnt ho enlisted ciuht of tlio dis
charged Second Oregon volunteers, llo
will remain at Salem several weeks. .
Tho term of service Is for tho period
ending Juno HO, 11)01. Applicants foren-
1 stinont must ho Dotwcou i tno uues oi
eighteen and thirty-five y&irs, of good
character and habit, aulp-bodied, and
free from disease. Persons who are not
pliyaiciully ierfect will Iks rojcctiil, and
it will Imj a wusto of time for those
knowing themselves to Im unsound to
nilv. . . , . ,
Married men will not no oniismi ex
cept upon tho upprovul of a regimental
No person under 18 years of ago will
bo enlisted or re-enlisted, and nilnurs
lietween tho aires of 18 and 21 will not
be enlisted or ro-enllsteil without tho
wrltted consent of father, only surviving
parent or legally appointed guardian.
All Boldiow receive from tho govern
ment, in addition to tliulr pay, rations,
clothing, bedding, medicine) and medi
Whenever a soldier is honorably dis
charged at tho expiration of his enlist
ment, or on account of disability not
caused by his own misconduct, his
travel pay is ample to carry him to tho
,1mi nf ittllut lllllllt.
Dr. J. N. Smith, .will bo tho examin
ing surgeon at Sulein.
Mrs. Win. Davoy, who has Ix'en visit
ing tho faintly -of her brother-in-law,
Frank'Davoy, loft today for her homo
at Floris, Iowa. Slio was accompanied
to Portland by Mrs. Frank Davoy. Her
daughter. Miss Annie Davoy, will re
main in Oregon.
who has been visiting her brother, at
Salem left for her homo today.
Arthur Keudy, tho soldier printer of
Corvallls. canio down to day, and will
bo tendered a bamiuet by the Union
printers at tho Foresters' hall this
The Misses Johnsons und Allen, of
MinnoaiKilis, niado a stopover this
morning at tho homo of A. W. Dennis.
Tlioy wanted to see the Capitol of Ore
gon. .Tfilm Shrink ns. of Hnpowoll. Who is
putting In tho season with tho John
Toner threshing machine, was in tho
city today, ami roorts all grain in linn
section as running from HO to 40 bushels
W. D. Mobility and family of thin
city and Tlios. Gardner and family of
West Salem leave Tuesday overland for
u mouth at lktlknap Springs.
Giil Stoinor returned this morning
from Portland where ho met his old
partner Kd. Sullivan, of Newport, who
has just roturuM from tho Klondike.
M. Hiilllvun was also down to meet
W.T. Gray returned today from an
nnir Kim.liiv vixit with Ills POOIilo Ut
It. II. Ityan and family of four, J. J.
Newmoyor and family of six, O. PoUmi,
B. It. Iluford, Wm. Atherton, and Mrs.
M. A. Mariolsand fumily of six, formed
a party Utday for Yoqulna Hay.
C. h. Dailey. the fruit operator, re
turned toiluyfrom llosulturg, and ro
jxirts tho fruit inthatreglon as not tho
Oiiioaoo, Aug. 1L Siiptwubei, 71
Cash 73K. , .. I tnr
Ban Fkaj(;ik, Aug. 14,-Cash 1.08,
Get on Glasses
If your sight shows signs o( tailing.
Surwly you would net Income bllnd7 A
little timely attoniwn w; w V""'
eyes. It i wise to let us examine them.
We sell MuriHe, the greatest eye
remedy it Ikw ever been our pleasure to
BARR'S JEWELRY STORE
i 310 STATU BTnOBT.
Salem Chamber of Commerce Gather
A Big Meeting Will Oe Held When
Engineers Come to
The Salem chamlter of commorco is
taking onorgetic steps to niako a show
ing before tho board of government on
gincors who are chargel with tho duty
of examining and reporting on tho pro
ject for tho purchase by tho gonoral gov
ernment of tho looks at Oregon City.
It will bo remembered that congress
nt its last wssion made an appropria
tion to defray tlio cxjxmses of such ex
amination, and the board of engineors,
consisting of Major Honor, Captain
Harts and Captain Ijuiglltt, was
charged with this duty.
Some time ago the Salem chamber of
commerce Instructed Secretary Thlclsen
to take stops to bring about n meeting
between the board of engineers and tlio
pwple of the Willamette valley.
About the same time a circular letter
was received from Capt. Uinglltt, who
is stationed at Portland, saying in part
that the Ismnl would bo glad to receive
any information regarding t ho acquisi
tion of the locks; that a public
hearing would lm given by
the board and all pirtles Inter
ested would bo requested to be present.
Secretary Thlelseu went at wuw to
Portland and had an inteiview with
Cupt. Ijiuglitt, and after discussing the
situation, the coiiclusio'i was reached
that there would 1h no oblebtion to hav
ing a public meeting at Salem as well
as at Portland.
Secretary Thlolson then wrote to all
of tho Important towns in tho Willam
ette valley, either to tha mayor or
chamber of commerce, ashing them to
cooiorato in tho movement, to tho end
that a good showing might bo made
before tlio onuiueers. in tho matter
of tho desire on tho part ot the people
that the irovernmeut should take hold
of tho locks.
Favorable responses have already Itcon
received from several of the vallov cities
and towns. H, C. Peutland, secretary
of the IitdciHmdcuco board of trade
writes: "Tho board will willingly send
delegates to your convention, or do
anything to secure free canal and looks
at Oregon City." F. M, Wllklns, presl
dent of the Kugeuo board of trade, says;
"Our people hero are a unit In
favoring government ownership of the
locks at Oregon City and have lust
mailed a strong petition to tho United
States engineers at Portland urging this
matter, and I believe with united action
throughout thu statu tho thing dlsircd
am bo accomplished,"
In tlio mean time Secretary Thlelseu
Is gathering statistics from every avail
able source as to tho tonnage which
would bo nffectcd by tho jinqiosed ac
tion of the government.
The closest possible approximation
will bo mude and submitted to thu en
gineers for their Information. It in de
sired to thoroughly cover Kenton, Clack
amas, Lano.Liiin.Marlon.Polk and am
hill counties. This involves an immense
amount of work, as it has to bo done
from the foundation. No tables cover
ing just thu territory horn involved have
ever boon formulated, and it has been
discovered that much of tho data which
would naturally lto available is very far
from Ih)1iik reliable.
The cordial and onorgotic co-oiioration
of every farmer and merchant In the
Willamette valley siiouiu no givon 10
tho Salem Chamber of Commerce In
Tho report of tho onglneors will de
pend on tho showing made and, to a
great extent, on tlio temper of tho people
and the interest shown in tho matter.
Froo locks would moan W) cents iw
ton loss on every iwiiuil of freight
shipped Into or out of thu Willamette
valley, whother by water or rail. Tho
universal oxiiorloiico is that a reduction
in freight charges on a comotIiig lino of
water transK)rttlon forces a corres
landing reduction In charges by rail.
Secretary Thlolson will, in the near
future, visit all tho principal towns and
cities of the valloy ami confer with the
iwoplo, so that plans may bo formu
lated fora united and effective effort to
show tho Iwanl of engineers that tho
los. fllleuers &
(J SALEM'S GREATEST
Remember our buyers will soon be
you to have these goods before they arrive,
ine line comprises uic very wwot oyw v.v , v.
Duchess, Corded Silks trimmed in velvet ribbon, Japanese waters
proof, Gros'Grain, Peaudesoie, India Silks,
Mokes the food more delicious and wholesome
purchase of the lock would
bo of very
material benefit to a large
this state and would bo highly
ntcd bv the inhab tauta the
Inhabitants thereof who
are not. by tho way much glvon to
asking tor anything from tho gonoral
Mr. Thlelseu Will start Tuesday by
team on n trip to Dallas and Independ
ence. After canvassing the towns which
can conveniently bo reached from hero
in that manner, ho will take to tlio rail
road and cover tho territory thoroughly.
Street improvement Notes,
Street Commissioner Frivol, K. F.
Parkhurst and others living on the block
are making some substantial Improve
ments mi Winter street In front of their
property at their own private
exiHMiM. It has been graded
and some line gravel is being put
on. Considerable of this class of work
at tho expense of property owners is lie
ing done, to tho great advantage of tho
Commissioner Frir.r.ell is also render
ing the public great service by taking
out many of the useless approaches on
small bridges, and tilling tho sumo witli
gravel. The latter Is permanent, and
will prove a Perpetual saviiiu of lumber
and repairs, besides making more
A iirst-ciass new sidewalk is Doing
nit down in from of tho Mrs. T. 11.
Hubbard "A rmorv" property on Stato
Summer Hotel Burned.
Ilr Aanuclntctl 1'reca lu the Journal.
Ukd ltM,fr, Aug. 14, Tho hotel at
Tuscan sorbins near hero wits dent roved
bv lire. Tho over Sunday guests, be
sides employes woro In the hotel at the
time. Hollo Makeiisler, an employe.
lost his life In tho Humes after doing
heroic service lu rousing the Inmates.
COL. ELI UANQS.
Novel Proposition of a Ule-I leaned Ku
gene Livery Stable Keeper.
Hiikkiio l).illy fin mil, Auk. W.
Kit Hangs the iKiiinlar liveryman and
nark Pmnrlutor will utvo a free niciilc
and danco to the volunteers next Friday,
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iill. '", III- 'lin J rill i, l ii i 1 1 mi i J imiji iiiii ,
Mr. Hangs outlined tho project to a
Guard reporter this morning. Tho pic
nic will bo under the direct manage
ment of K. It. Davis and W. A. Alex
ander, who have gratuitously tendered
Tho present Intention is to have a
baseball giimo lu tho afternoon between
a team of soldiers and onu from the
town ltoys. It is safe to say that If tlio
volunteers sling hot balls as well as
tlioy llred hot lead nt tho "niggers," tho
town boys wont stand a ghost of a
Tho ladles of the city generally are
very enthusiastic oyer tlio proposed
pionlc.a number of them having already
expressed a willingness to assist lu giv
ing a basket dinner at tlor7 o'clock in
tho evening. This will, in all likelihood,
ho done and It will certainly bo appre
ciated. In tho evening it dance will Iw glvon
in the purk pavilion, a good orchestra
having boon secured mid all arrange
ments made to make of this a most suc
cessful feature of tho day.
As lsiforo stated Mr. Hangs desires It
understood everything, Including trans
poatatlon and dan' Ing will bo free to
tho Yolunteors. Tho town people will
ho charged a small amount tor trausiKir
tutloii mid for tho dance, Mr. Hangs
will provide good conveyances and
plenty of them, ami a largo crowd Is al
Grip l flaying tlioutandi or victim.
Dr. Mile' Nervine U eurinu tlioutandi.
Read the List.
WAISTS REDUCED TO $2.06.
WAISTS REDUCED TO $2.83.
WAISTS REDUCED TO $3.60.
WAISTS REDUCED TO $3.82.
WAISTS REDUCED TO $4.37.
WAISTS REDUCED TO $4,57.
WAISTS REDUCED TO $4.87.
WAISTS REDUCED TO $5.67.
WAKTS REDUCED TO SS.67.
FOWOf It CO., htw von.
To Officer Ono of the NeW
Russians Are Willing to Have Their.
lly Aaanotnlcil I'ruii (u tic .liiurnnl.
Nkw Yoiik, Aug. 14. A special to tho
World from Washington suys: Secre
tary of War Kllhu Hoot has sent tolo
grams to tho governors of states asking
for tho mimes of two otllcers from each
volunteer regiment In the Spanish war.
As all the regiments now ordorcd uro
fully otllcorod, those uumus must Iw for
tho now regiments which tho adminis
tration contemplates raising,
Nkw Yoiik', Aug. 14. A special to
the Herald, from Wasliliiutou. suvs:
Ambassador Tower has untitled tho
state department that tho Russian gov
ernment had agreed to arbitrate thu
claims of American citizens agasust it,
growing out of thu seizure of vessels off
the NilHrlun const.
At tho homo of the brldo'H undo. P.
11, Raymond, on front street, at high
noon, Aug. 14, Miles C. Carter to Miss
Margaret N. Raymond. Rtw. John
Parsons nlllciatiiig. The groom Is thn
son of Supt. mid Mrs. Cartor, ot
the lllliid Huhool. mid has been til the
employ of the Salem Light mid Traction
Co. for a couple of years. Thu brldo is
a nlecoof P. II. Raymond, deputy post
muster, mid also of Miss Abblo Mills,
suiiorlntoiidant of tho Salem hospital.
The brldo mid grooom are two oi nit
loms most popular young pooplo and
have a largo circle of friends who will
wish them all tho happiness iiiinuluahlo.
Altera short bridal trip they will com
mence keeping house In a cottage lu
Its warm my friend and no
So come ami try a cool
Thn weather not no warm will room,
If you try hoiiio of our Ico cream.
Wo have lumoiiadu and wo maku ;
Carlxmlo water whllo you wait.
Take soda ip If you're In hastu
Any tlavor to suit your taste,
Wo have some drinks that will suit you,
For wo have Ico uream soda too
Where this place is you want to know,
So when you want to know where to go
It Is down to Kills A inns
As you pass by just please drop lu.
104 Stato at.
Iluy w hilo
home and we want
Cor. State and Liberty Sis. 8alem, Ore.