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SALEM, OREGON THURSDAY AUGUST 17 1899.
Salem Woolen Mills
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In the Shoe B
We propose to continue our Big Sale riglrt on
through the Fall season and will put all our inv
mense Fall and Winter Stock, includine a full
line of Rubber Goods on Sale Sept. 1st.
A big cut on every shoe in the store.
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R. H. Leabo, Atonager.
88 State St. I.add & B1H1 Hank Bldg.
New Attractions each Week,
This week wo aro offerlnB ENAMELED IRON BEDSTEADS In
dUTereut sizoa beautifully nnisnca unci maunwu, one m nmuu r,.
make your sleeplnc room look cozy and cool.
In our rooms you will find the furniture iiecossary to complotlv fur -lsh
your home and only needs to be seea to be appreciated, Our
prices will proyo hatUfactory. We hope to have you come and look
over our stock at your earliest convenience.
F. W. Hollis & Company
THF UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF MUSIC.
FRANCESCO SELEY. Dean and Principal of Vocal Department.
KnwAi n V. TausoN, l'rinetnal of Wbiip Detriment? ImistAtn '- ' B'
Principal of Violin Itenartiiwiit ; Btta Sqciui.&iii.ky. Assistant in ocal Depart
ment ; Gladys Byiwe! First Assistant in Piano Department j Fi.ohjhsck Tiluhm..
Si Assistant in 1'lano Detriment Hereafter, Mr. Till-on wl 1 Uc 1 e -tirely
under the management of the College of Music. basoii ISOH-ltXX) Iwgfn
Cor. State and Liberty Sis. Salem, Ore.
extra sizes and extra longs.
No matter what size vou call
for we have them. A special
drive on them
7 he finest line of Crash Hats
for Men and Boys to be
found, in Patterns and
a fact that
Assassination of Labor!
for By the
II y Aaaoelntcd
I'reaa to the Journal.
KUNNEH, Allg. 17
. Tho trial of Cant.
Ureylus was resumed tins morning
without an incident. Court adjourned
after partly hearing Col. Picquart, who
will conthuio tho deposition tomorrow.
London, Aun. 17 The correspondents
of tho 1-oiiden paners at Ilennes are
almost unanimous in tukng a gloomy
view of tho prosiccta for Dreyfus. A
representative of the Daily Telegraph
says, unless tho Gorman government
reveals the name of the real traitor, it
is quite on tho cards that the same ver
dict will be rendered as in the previous
ItuNNKs, Aug. 17. Maitro Monard,
counsel for tho Dreyfus family before
the court of Cassation in the trial for
revision of proceedings, has been sum
moned to replace Labor! until tho latter
is able to resume the conduct of the case.
In spito of the dilllcultics encountered
by tlio defense, today's sossion of tho
court opened with brighter prospects
for the prisoner, as iieninugo evidently
camo primed with questions to be put
to General lloget.
A number of counsel's shots struck
tho bullsoyo and made tho General
squirm in'liis seat, lloget was unable
to conceal his annoyance and auger
when Domange scored. Ho throw
glances of savage resentment at the
audience when tmrprcsscd titters went
around the court room as Demauge cor
nered him. Then came a witness who
proved to bo a splendid reinforcement
It was M. Burtullus, tho examining
magistrate who received tho late Lieut.
Col. Henry's confession of forgery. Ber
tullus' testimony was a veritable speech
for the defence."
Nrw Youk, Aug. 17. Joseph Heinach
cabled the following statement to the
Journal and Advertiser:
"Tho shooting of Ijtbori will warm up
tho atmosphere of tho court, as it has
disgusted nonest men. Tho attempted
assassination is not tho outcome of a
weak mind; it is part of a general plan,
cold-blooded, premeditated and paid for.
"The crime syndicate of assassination
feared tabori and wanted his life and
documents. The same men aro respon
sible for the razor which cut Henry's
throat; for tho rojto which hung Locriu
ieraud the pistol that shot Labor!.
History furnishes no examplo of crime
"The plot includes tho murder of
Dreyfus, if acquitted. Tho murderers
who ordered tho assassination will yet
bo caught. No roinproiiiiso verdict is
K)ssibfe now. Tho Judges who hither
to would have been willing to throw a
sop to tho antl-Dreyfusards, will now
make no concession.
"They stole Labori's iiaiwra to feed
tho dossier. My letter, which was among
tho stolon documents, will not give tho
dossier much nourishment. It will
doubtless bo claimed by the murder
party that tho'Anglo-Gorman syndicate'
hired the man to shoot Iaborl in order
to awaken sympathy for Dreyfus.
"Tho army accusers are now In full
retroat and hoping for revolution. There
have Ih-oii several combinations made to
murder Dreyfus. Tho murderer has
many accomplices. Tho plot has a plat
orm of two planks: First, subversion
of tho republic; second, tho murder of
those who donouco the gang of forgers.
"Laborl's blood stirs honest wails.
Iwk forward to a speedy acquittal of
the Returned Volunteers of Com
French Prairie Camp No. 47, gave a
grand recaption at their hull In Wood
burn Wodnufeday night to the returned
volunteers of company M, tho Wood
Four of tho boys worn memlHirs of the
lodge, Captain J. M. Poorman, First
l.ieutinaut W. B. Finrer, Sergeant O.
I). HuuderHin and Corporal J. C . John
son, the first three being Past Consuls.
While the reception was primarily for
tluu.1. nil thu other memlwrs ot toe
company were ooniiany inciuueo, aim
..,v - . , ..n a I I 1
iMMiloes tnose nameu inoro were iirwwiv
I). A. Walker. F.ugeno Moshlwrger,
Raymond Moahborgor, C. A. Whiting,
Jesse Carter, Tracy Poorman, Ralph
Hull, Weley Boyos, Win. Benjamin,
Jamos Toose and Charloy Humphrey.
Not only www the mumlwtni of the
lodge! prowiit, but their familUtf, tlw
r4ativsof the volunteers, und many
other friends, making a gathering ol
.mi i.un.lrM.1 tmniile. Tlie larvre ImII
M,jn Ut am! the winner room Wlxlfl
ur fllhtd ami a royal good tim ire
enjoy d hyall.
An address of welcome was gJw" W
Waltr Toozo in his most witrtaiini
Htylo, ami short rwjKmtoa were iiiwie
by Oupt. Poorman, UeuU Finzer, Ber
iwttHt Hwiderson ami otliers. Storiea
ami aneodotos of the novel exporloiieotf
of Uw volunteors were related, aiMl
some excellent music was also rendered.
Dr. 0. H. MeCorkle presided over the
festivities in tlie happiest waHHer.
The feat to which the p ople torn J
their attention about half iat Urn, awl
Vklth whteh tlwy were still wretlig at
widnlght when or inforfBt left, was
oho of tlie greatest upreoils of eai .Wes
ver throws oh tiw tenuer raereieB wi
m.mimuivIv vAilntrinu. Ttt4r formers
had brought eJikkeas awl all other
ilmmImu ol tlie cotmUy awl Bothmg
htoltm eoiHd to be wfciHg.
Tlte soldier m were, of eotirso. WwJ
lions of tho occasion, and tho Httlo Fili
pino, Manuel, camo in for a great deal
Woodburn Is a groat placo for genuine
informal good times, and she outdid
herself last night.
County Clerk V. W. Hall and C. T.
Pomerov. tho ieweler. with their wives.
drove down to Woodburn and took in
the affair, returning ulout 3 a. in. to Sa
Ujr Aaaoclnted Frtia to the Journnl.
Havana, Aug. 17. Jlmiucz, who as
pires to the presidency of Santo Do
mingo, loft hero today for Bautabano. It
is said that ho received cablegrams from
friends In Santo Domingo previous to
II r Aaaoclntetl Prcaa to the Jonrnnl.
Aukkukkn, Scotland, Aug. 17. A ter
rific storm Bwopt ovor tho Scotch coast
last night. 3D fishing crafts were
caught In the galo. A llto boat was sent
to their assistance.
St. PKTKnsnuno, Aug. 17. lleports
from Southwest Russia say that the
recent drought in that ortion of tho
country has caused utter loss of the
winter and spring wheat crops.
Franey the Pugilist May Die.
Managers of the Fight Attested.
San Fiiancisco, Aug. 17. JimFranoy,
pugilist who was Imatou Into Insensi
bility last night by Frank McConnell in
a contest before the National Club has
not regained consciousness and physic
ians have given up hope of saving his
life. McConnell and his seconds,
(Frauey's seconds,) tho managers of the
club and tho nitereo have been placed
Carriage Precipitated Into the
Water From a Ferry Boat.
llr Anaoclnteil I'reaa to the Jonrnnl.
Wasiiinotov, Ind.JiVug. 17. A car
riage containing six persons woro pre
cipitated into tho White river last
night and all were drirfvucd. They aro
Mrs. Albert Heusel und tho four lien-
sol children and Miss Ajny Dillon. The
uorse nan just uieppcu uouani me itirrv
boat, when tho hawser parted throwing
the carriage Into tho river.
Some time ago littlo Georgio Bern
hardt had a fall and slightly hurt his
knee, to which ho paid no heed, but
in due time the limb became swollen
and under his right knee a large iibcosi
has formed and for several days the
child has stifferc I terilllc pain, lie has
Ix'on under tho doctors care who thought
atone time tho limb would have to lie
amputated. Today it was lanced and
now with proper care ho will hooii bo
M. Johnson and two daughters, of
Sllverton, camo to towu yesterday on
business and to visit with their old
friond, Peter l.arsen. While eating din
ner yesterday Mr. Johnson became 111,
which resulted in his left side becoming
slightlv paralyzed. Dr. Richardson was
immediately called and Mr. Johnson has
now recoverred the use of his leg and
soon ImjiiII right, It Is hoped.
C. Towiisund, of Hosedale, was In the
city today and reports that there will
bo quite a few more prunes out there
than was expected and the growers have
been offered a cent a pound In the or
chard for them.
Mr. and Mrs. M. I.. Kleth who have
been guests of Mrs. Kioth's iiaronts,
W. W. Murphy on Howoll Prairie, loft
xlay for Halsey to visit G. J. Hockon
Biiith. Mr. Kleth is Supt. of the Mad
' on street bridge at Portland.
Rov.Kotohum wont to Shaw this aftu
noon, whore Mrs Ketchum anil two
daughters aro enjoying an outing in tho
Waldo I lllls at the farm home of Mr.
.Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Baldwin Imvo
been enjoying a visit from Mr. and Mrs.
H. II. Raid win of Independence, where
the latter is a minister of the gosMil.
W. P. Williams, deputy clerk of tho
supremo court, has returned from an
outing at Cottago Urovo.
Miss (.lladys IJyrno loft today for Sea
side to visit witli P. 8. Knight and
C. B. Clodfelter, salesman with J. J.
Dalrymplo, is in Portland for a short
Senator Geo, C. Ilrownoll, of Clacka
mas, was in Salem today.
H. II. Ragan and fumlly returned to
day from Nowiwrt.
Dlok KtMiie eamu down from Water
loo thl afternoon.
Senator Kuykoiidall, of l-ami wxiuty,
is in tho city.
Tommy Ilrigun returned tixlay from
J. G. Itarr went Ut Portland this after
noon. Get on Glasses
II WdiraJiht alkOWS kluilS of
Stiruly you would not become DIHhit
litiiu.iiiKilv attttntuHi may savo your
ovefl. It is wise to let us examine them
tt'u daII Mumimj. the irroatoat eye
remeily It Ikw evr been our ploaswro to
BARR'S JEWELRY SlUKt
' ' lyi I aniKi aMTaMaKXaM
01 Soldiers lor Service in
Colorado Troops Havo
llr Aaaoclntcrt Prrna l tlin Journnl.
Wasiiinotov, Aug. 17. The order has
Imh'ii issued directing tliat ten additional
regiments of voluntcerH be organixiMl for
service in the Philippines. Regiments
will be numlH'tvd from 118 to 17 itn.l will
be organixwl at Fort Knelling, Fort
Crook, Neb. j Fort Riley, Kan.; two at
Camp Mead, Pa.; Fort Niagara, N. Y. ;
Fort ICthan, Allen, V(.: Fort leaven
worth, Kan.; Jefferson Barracks, Mo.;
South Framiiiglmm, Mas-.
San Fuani'Isoo, Aug. 17. The trans
poit Warren, which arrived from Ma
nila last night witli Colorado troops
abroad, was docked at the government
transport wharf early today. The men
however, will not be landed until to
morrow. They aro preparing to go into
camp at Presidio.
Wasiii.noton, Aug. 17. Colonels and
Lieutenant Colonels now regiments an
nounced as follews: Colenels: Twenty
eighth, George S. Anderson, Major
Sixth Cavalry; triilrty-nlnth, R.
L. Uullard, captain subsistence de
partment; Fortieth, I.. A. Good
win, captain Klghtli cavalry;
Forty-llrst, L. K. Richmond, captain
second artillery; Forty-second, J. M,
rhompsoii, major Twenty-fourth Infau-
I .. . !.'..... .I.I.I ..!. .1ii.iii .ui
1'uriy-iiiini. iiniiur iuiiiiuv, vu
tain First artillery
Fortv-fourth. B. J.
Mc(leruaud, captain Second Cavalry;
Forty-llfth, J. D. Dorst, captain Fourth
cavalry; Forty-sixth, W. 8. Schuyler,
captain Fifth cavalry; Forty-seventh,
Walter Howe, captain Fourth artillery;
lieutenants-colonels: K, B. Pratt, can
tain Slid infantry; C. J.Crane, captain
Twentv-fourth Infantry; Byrne, cap
tain 'Sixth Infantry; J. K. Mai
lory, captain Second infantry;
0. II. Crowder, major Judge
advocate; James Barker, captain Fourth
cavalry; Francis Mlchlor, captain Fifth
cavalry; W. B. Wilder, captain Fourth
cavalry; J. A. Beacom, captain Sixth
infantry; John Bigolow, Jr., captain
With III regiments already called Into
service, ten ordered today will make to
tal .'50,000 of the !W,000 volunteers author
ir.ed by action of congress.
Manila, Aug. 17. Blglit hundred in
surgents attacked Angeles this morning,
hut the Twelfth regiment drove them
Into the mountains. Three ditched lo
comotives were cunturcd. No American
troops were injured. Tho insurgent loss
is not known. C. T. Knoncor, of Ken
tucky", reporter of the Manila Times was
killed yesterday during tho light at
Paid Past Fine.
The roort has lieen about that Gov.
Gcor remitted tlie flue of Bud Stutes-
man, who was sentenced to pay fH) or
serve '-'") days In the county jail lor
knocking down a baseball umpire. No
application was made for a pardon, but
after serving thirteen days the young
man's father paid flM und he was re
St I)Uis, Aug. 17. Geo. M. Btarck,
president of the Stone Hill Wine Co.,
at Hermann, Mo., was arrested on
charge of defrauding the government, by
making and disusing of brandy, on
which a revonue tax had not been paid.
The distillery, wine cellars and iiliint,
was DoiKcu by a representative oi me in
ternal revenue department.
los. Meyers &
CJ salkivl's greatest
(Sreat Sale of
Remember our buyers will soon be home and we want
you to have these goods before they arrive.
The line comprises the very latest styles in Taftetas Satin
Duchess, Corded Silks trimmed in velvet ribbon, Japanese water
j..C "1a .,fl-J- Puj(jpiM( ToHici Slillrc.
Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
MISS STARR DEAD.
Doso of Carbolic Acid
Ltvedfl Only About Half an Hour After
Taking It Story of
Miss Sarah Starr, stenographer at tho
governor's olllce, a daughter of Frank
Starr, who resides In Knglewood, cornor
Sixteenth and It streets, died nt I o'clock-
today from a dose of carbolic acid. Shu
..orked at the executive olllce until noon
today, when she left for lunch as usual.
During thu forenoon tho young lady had
asked for permission to take a short va
cation. She must havo taken the (wison
shortly after 12 o'clock.
MIhs Starr was stenographer for Shor
man, Condlt & Park for povoral years,
and went to work as stenographer for
Governor Gecr on Juno 1, of thisyear.
HTOUY OK HKIl IIKATII.
She arrived at her homo, cornor Six
teenth ami B streets, at about twenty
minutes past twelve, and a few moments
afterward she called for help.
It Is supjMiBcd that she mistook the
lwttlo of carlmllc uoid for a bottle of
camphor which resembled It, the only
difference being In the lalol.
The nearest physician, Dr. ('. II,
Robertson was summoned with all pos
sible speed, and arrived in almut ten
Ilwas found Impossible to relieve
her agony and after half an hour of In
tense suffering she passed away a little
after one o'clock.
Miss Starr was a flue looking, bright
and Intelligent young lady, and a very
popular and eillclent employe ut the
State I louse.
Shu was only about IX) years of age,
and camo to Salem with her family
ulMiut 11! years ago.
mi. iioiicuthon'h statiohi-nt,
Dr. Robertson, who lives only u few
blocks from thu Starr home, reached the
patient about FJ sSIO p. in. He gave her
a powerful emetic and thinks thu acid
was all out of her stomach before death,
but her mouth ami throat wuro so
burned she could not live,
Her left eye was burned out by thu
(ioImoii. Shu could not speak plainly,
but she knew that she could not live.
She was unconscious at time of death.
After removing the poison the doctor
said she wnsipilto weak, whereuou he
administered a titimulunt, but she failed
to rally and expired very suddenly. The
lootor does not think the poison was
All weak places In your system
cloned ugitliiHt, disease by DoWltt's
Little Barly Risers. Tlioy claanso the
bowels, regulate the liver, und till you
with now vigor. Hmull, sure; never
gripe. Btones Drug Htoros.
Read the List.
WAISTS REDUCED TO 52.06.
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roota eo., tw to.
DR. JOSEPH'S SON
Stricken Down in a Bathroom
by an Electric Wire.
llr AaaocUted I'reaa to the Jonrnnl.
Portland, Aug. 17. Hawthorne Jo
seph!, tho only son of Stato Senator Dr.
Josoplti, mot instant death at tho homo
of his parents, on tho northeast corner
of Bast Morrison and Bast
Twelfth streets yesterday afternoon
at 5 o'clock, whllo repairing somo elec
tric fittings in tho bathroom on thu
second floor. Tho night boforo tho olcc
trie tlttinga woro out of repair, and Haw
thorne thought he would overhaul thorn
and put them in good condition yester
day, after his return from the General
Blcctrlo Company, whero ho had bocoii
Just how tho ucchlent occurred is not
known. At the time he was at work In
tho bathroom, Mtb. Josephl was receiv
ing somo callers. She heard it slight
uoiso from tlie upper HirtIou of tho res
idence, like some one falling, but It was
only slight, and she did notascortaiiitho
cause at onco, Presently alio
went ii) stairs, and on oieuiiig
the door of tho bathroom,
saw Hawthorne lying on tho floor,
whero ho had fallen when ho received
the shock. Sho immediately hurried
to the telephone and, calling tip Dr.
Josephl, Informed him of what had hap
pened. Then Captain West and wlfo
were informed. Soon Dr. Joseph! ar
rived, and. with Drs. C. II. RalTety and
George Wilson, used oyery possible
measuro to restore tho young man, but
their efforts woro futile.
Examination of tho service wires to
Dr. Josenl's residence very soon after
tlie accident showed that tiiey wuro en
tirely free front contact with other
wires. It is not certain that tlie young
man received a shock, but the probabil
ity Is that ho did receive a slight shook,
such as would come from u
100-volt current, which tho wire
was carrying, and us is ordinarily
used In houso-wlrinir. Under ordinary
circumstances thu only effect of such a
shock would he it sharp, tingling sensa
tion, but to a person suffering from somo
weakness or an organic affection ot thu
heart It might prove serious or even fa
The Latest Fake.
Salem merchants, who aro bored to
death for all kinds of fake advertising
all thu time aro again confronted by the
iiemi, inoscuemeis to piacu adver
tisement about thu margin of u littlo
out-of-dato map of Oregon at fi! it card.
Thou thu whole thing can lo hung up
out of sight where it will not do 2 cents
worth of good.
Aaaiialntett' rreafn tlie Journal."
Tacoiia, Aug. 17. Diver Baldwin,
while working on the wrecked ship
Audelaua today, was drowned by an air
nlpo breaking, under heavy pressure,
lie was In two hundred feet of water at
Having employed a first-class candy
maker from Sail Francisco, wo aro now
weeding out all our poorer grade of con
fectionary and replenishing our stock
with tho very latest lines of chocolate
anil IkjuImuis. Wo will lie pleased to
havo you call and sou iih ut
KM.IS & .INN
184 Stnto at.
W II BAT MARKET.
CiucAoo, Aug. 17. Septenibet 713a.
San Fiiancisco, Aug. 17. Cash 1.05.