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Editorials make Tho Dally Jour-
Tho Dolly Journal' lame clroutn-
$ tlon Is no nocldont. It's tho result of J
flilBh quality and lowprioo. v
SALEM, OREGON TUESDAY; SEPTEMUEK 12 1809.
I DID YOU EVER THINK
What it costa you for n few ilavs' accomodation nt a credit
store? It's no accomodation. You pay nn enormous interest.
Thu interest is concealed in the prices hut it's there.
THE NEW YORK RACKET.
Is a strictly one-priced cash store. You don't pav your neigh
bors' debts when you deal with them. lowest possible prices
I SHOES, CLOTHING, HOSIERY,
t'nderwcar, hats.shirts, overalls, kIovcs, l.idies'and gents' furn
ishing L'IMXIS. llOtlDIl-.
The spot cash plan menus low prices.
E. T. BARNES, Prop. t
Salem's Cheapest One-Price Cash Store,
Cor. Commercial and Chemeketa Sts.
,EOPLE arc not looking for Shoes bought 10 or 12
years ago, but want high grade goods, late and up-to-date
and can always find them at our store. We do
not advertise llanan & Son Shoes at 2.50 a pair?" bought ten
or twelve years ago -we let the Jay Shoe Store do that while
we snail continue to conduct a tirsl-class store as always
before, and give our customers the latest styles and lowest
Wheeler Not to Be
Another Dispatch Dodges
MMH VAflDffi- BOER
I jflOW JILT' WAR
Paris Exposition to
Royal jjjjjjjj t
V BSOJLVXEEY telJRE
Makes tho food more delicious and wholesome
MU HKHKIfOwrtll ex)., mw Vom.
275 Commercial St. Salem, Oregon.
Commander of Cruiser Baltimore Pre
sented With a Sword
Mr AsaorlMcit I'rcss (it tlir Jnnrnnl.
Xi:w Yoiik, Sept. 12. A dispatch to
tho World from Iloni; Kong cays; Ad
vices which wero sent here to avoid the
Otis ccmorshlp at Manila, tearing datu
of Suptomlier 7, cay Ueneriil Joroph
Wheeler only obtained nu assign
ment to active duly after a
serious dispute with General Otis, who
want d to side track the veteran lighter
by funding him to some olncuro post in
the southern islands, ticnorul Wheeler
now declares that ho will apply for or
mission to return to the United States
soon unless there Is some change In the
management of affairs in the l'liill-pines.
The World Disgusted With
Emperor William Will Be Asked to
II r Ananplnlril lrr o tlir Jnnrnnl.
Lonihin, Sept. 12. Tho movement to
Isjyi-oft tho Paris exposition continued.
Several additional firms announced this
afternoon their intention to inispoud
preparations of their exhibits until the
Dreyfus blot Is Ihm1 out.
Hiinnhs, Sept. 12 Tlio Judges of the
Dai.timoih:, Sept. 1'.'. Capt. N. Maye
lyer, commander of tho cruiser Haiti
more, in thu memorablu coulllct on
.Manila bay was presented with a hand
Homo sword by tho citizens of this city.
Cor. State and Libert Sts. Salem Ore.
Now that the city lights uro again in
evidence so that there can bo no tech
nical question as to the application of
tho ordinance requiring bicycle riders to
ettrry lights during tho hours when tho
street lights are burning, it is pnuKwed
(o eulorru wild ordinance. wist even
ing a round half dozen victims were se
cured: John ltobhius, .Murray Wade,
Sum Ituudlett, John Nash, II, A.
Thomas and HIIss Darby. Tho gentle
men wero all ruluusod on their promise
to cull iipou tho city recorder and set
tle. A line of (L'.fiO was imiocd on
each, and three had settled at noon.
Dreyfus court-mnrtial ttnlay, liy nmutuil
agreement, expressed to tho president
of the republic, through (.ieueral l.ucas,
the commander of the army corps at
Iteunes, their sincere desire that Dry
fits would not lm submitted to afresh
.Madame Dreyfus visited her husband
In the prison this uftcruoon, but not
tho slightest interest was shown in the
meeting by the iioptiluco. She found
him as calm asyosl'erday.
The prisoner smoked his pljsi today
for tho llrst time In many days, which
indicated that he was in In Iter spirits
than could bo oxcctcd.
Cornelius Passes In
Causing a Slight Flurry in
the Stock Market,
Ammunition and Troops For
Arctic Clubs Return
fo morphine or oplurr.'n Dr. IMcw'IUu
ru.uk iuiih ah ruiu.
"Oho i; nt- ti ."
Vr. Mrtf.i'Nerro I'uuusniS&i Mtllaruigbt
Mara-' DllPftll & Wirni tOLI PicliircMolifa
(Mil ti ii I is irm
1 I WOTTQP PFTP1MTQHPPQ -II '
jir v i.'wwwrj- vm, wi -. a a
competitors cannot meet.
bevel plate mir-j
rors and antique.
oak tmish, only ,
2atS.4. in Solid
oak well finish
ed. Book Cases,
China closets at
prices th.it our
ft'oing at wholesale prices.
with us and do
here what it takes
dollars to do at
some other places
You should see
our Center, Din
ing, library and
JThe Next Move.
I'akik, Sept. li.. Tho dossier of the
Iteunes court-martial proccodlngHunr
rived hero tonight for submittal to tho
military court of revision, consisting of
General .MarcilhColouel CoiirbcoliotiKMi
Lp)titeuant-('olonel Iji (iruno, .Major
C'opji and .Major Allard.
It is said that .Mathleu Dreyfus in-
llr Aaaiiclatril l'raa In Hi Jnnrnnl.
Nkw Yoiik, Sept. 12. Cornelius
Vauderbllt died this uioriihig at Ids
home at Fifty-seventh street nud Fifth
ucnuc, of tlds city. Vunderbllt nr
livetl from Newport with Mrs. Vauder
bllt nt II o'clock last night' Ho appeared
in good health and spirits nud retired
About midnight he was sol.ed with a
serious stroke of paralysis, the second
which ho has suffered, Tho household
was aroused and telegrams sent to Dr.
.lumes, Dr. Janeway and several othur
eminent physicians who arrived In a
Kvery thing possible was done for tlai
patient, hut lie grew rapidly worm nnd
died t 5 : IB o'clock. Ho was semi-con
M.dous until death. When he died, his
w Kit and his daughter (lladys and sou
Iteginald wero with him.
tends to supplleato limiHiror William to
order tho publication of thu documents t w,.a, fruitruted, owing to tint uggros
Stock N Hike t8tiried.
Nkw Yoiik, Sept. 12. Tho sudden
death of Cornelius Vauderbllt, coming
More trading hours, gnvo un opportul
ty for hoiiiu preparation to support
prices. As nconsetpienco inroads made
iinou values wero mostly roslrlctiil to
Now York Central, after tho owning
went down only H and quickly rallied
?i. A few of tho scoiuUlos siiKertnl se
verely. Attempts to raid tho general
Wc have the latest patterns in every grade from the
cheapest Union to the best body Brussels.
Good Union Carpet 30c per yard
Better " " 35c " "
All Woll Ingrain 50c - "
Tapestry Brussels 50c " "
Roxbury tapestry 7c " "
Ask To See Our
Bissell Carpet Sweeper
enumerated in tho bordereau.
Tuckaiiok, N. Y., Sept. 12. Terry
Mdiovorn, American, nud 1'eillarl'aluier
of Kugland, fought this afternoon for tho
world's bantam championship. M((iny
em won in the llrst round,
Oakland Will Accep.
0klas'Ii, sept. 12. Tho city council
has nccepteil thu offer of Andrew Cur-
negio to givo f,r0,000 for u public library
building, providing that at leant fl.OOO
r yiHir is guuruiitcel fur its supsirt.
ijiJiei Can Wear bhocs.
Ono sUo smaller after using Allen's
Foot- Kuxe, a uowilur to bo shaken Into
tlio slious. ll iuiikos tigia or uuw
shoos feel oiisy; gives InnUnt, relief to
corns and bunions. It's tho greatest
comfort discovery of tho ugc. Cuics
swolluu feet, blisters uud callous sr-oU.
Allen's Fiit-Kao Isu certain euro for
Ingrowing nails, sweating, dot, aching
fcot. At nil druggists uud shoe stores,
2c. Trio I imckauu FUICH by null
Address, Allen K. Olmsted, l.o I toy
riierc's alwas liopo when there's
One Minute OiUgh Cute. "An attack
of pneumonia loft my lungs nour the
llrstsuiios fif cinsumtilloii. One Min
ute Cough Cure cured me." Helen
Mullenry, ilismark, N. I). Stone
Kihauitlon ami Wsk dmra Mlowi Or.
cvcot it tur uiiog Dr. Milct'HcrviAc
SEEING IS BELIEVING.
Fine Frwdi CltwoJatu CrMsiiwK for th
ImlUw. I'tHiliy wwli for thu balW, A
eixl tmoke for fli mtHtleioMU. Fruit. I
rriwm bihI euid drinks for all wt the iwu-
IVhi, 1S SUto fatrect.
slosupH)rl evident in sousltlvu sMits.
Hecovciles approxlinntwl ono siiut in
leading speilaltlcs and standard stocks
Improved largely on covering.
Will Ulait for the Notlh J'ole Next Feb
ruary, KritNKV, II. 0.,Sept. 12. lory Arctic
clubs which elinrtenil tho steamer
Diana arrived hero t'slay from North
Greenland with all wull oil Ismrd.
I'eary and his party wero left at Ktuli
uomfortnbly house.1 for thu winter and
supdiel with two yours provisions.
I'eary will attempt to rench tho pole
starting from F.tuh next February.
Thu Fram was hist seen August IH, 10
miliK from Utah fast In tho ho and
Hull for CaintKie,
Nuw Yohk, Kept. 12. A sjWal to tho
World from Ixndon, says: Andrew
Cariieuiu denies tho statement that ho
Intends to stand for election to ,wrll
mont from Hulherlaudihiru.
He says he is an Amtrieuu Hilton,
diil not lutimd to east off his nlleglame,
and would only think of entering pule
lie life nt Wasldugtou, where he might
eotiiliat thu attoeks ii-ui true Amsil-
ountsui in thu J'hillppluu -IIy of tl u
Kislil DystKipsia Cure Is n solentlfo
ruiupouuil, It "digests wlialyuu eat"
nnd wires clyipefwla, M. A. Ketrun.
liloomliigdule, Term., says li uurtd
lilui of Indigestion of ten years' sluud
Imr. Klines DrugHtore.
Ilr AMuelntril rrra lu tli Jnuriml
Simla, Sept. 12,-Tho First trans
Kirtfor Soutli Africa, sails with the
Held hospitals from llonibay, September
25. Oeneral Hunter, 'chief staff, will
lenvu Simla tomorrow for Soutli Africa.
Ammunition for the Uoers.
Loiuikszo Makouis, Dehiitou llav.
Sept. 12. A cousigumeiit of "Ift cases
ammunition for the Transvaal has bomi
Finikin, Sept. 12. It Is said that
SlrUeorgo Stuwnrt While, V.C., former
iiiarteriuaster general, bus Injoii so-
lecttsl to command llrltish forces lu
Natal, lie leaves for Natal Saturday
next. Ills division It Is ein-ctod will
iiiiiuImt I ft, 000 men.
Uoers Hecelve Urltlsh Dispatch,
I'ltMiPiiiA, Sept. 12. 'Dim llrltish des
pAlehof tislay has Just Imii handed to
thu Transvaal gouernment.
YOU HAVB NliVRK
SUHN IT Ulil'OHl:.
IT IS Till! I'INIiST CIIOCOLATIJ
UVIiU AUDI: IN SAI.RM
IT CAN HI? FOUND ONLY
I'LLIS & .INN'S
H4 8tntn Ht.
NKW DUSINKSS DEAL.
Fred Neckerman Retires From tha Firm
of Neckerman And Rogers.
ft isn't everyday that intent takes place
in Salem, which Involves the handing
over of f 10,000 lu hnrd cash, hut yester
day such it tranmctlon was made. Jack
Ilogcra liought tho half interest of Fred
Ncckurmun, his partner in tlio llrm of
Neckerinnn : Rogers, tho price paid Iki
iug f 10,750, Tho proMirty of tho llrm
consisted of lots 7 nnd 8 in block 8 nnd
fractional lots 0 nnd 7 in block III, lu Sa
lem, aril 80 acres of laud lu section 15,
township 8, south of rnugo t cast, nlso
tho three saloons In Milium, at 218 Com
mercial street, corner of Statu nnd High
streets, ami In the 0ktu IIoiiso block
on Court street, respectively.
Tlio business will Iki curried on by Mr.
Rogers, as heretofore. Tlio success
already iiuhlovod by this young man
senks well for his business ability and
popularity as tho present extensive
trade of tho llrm has boon built up from
tho old business of l'aul Oberhlem, es
tablished some quarter of a century
Mr. Neckerman will probably taken
trip for his health, but has no Intention
of leaving Salem permanently.
Jack Rogers camo to Salem ten yours
ago, us ho says, "in it box car, with
onlyfilOou earth, uud that didn't Inst
long," Ho Iiiih by cIoimi application' and
giMxl fortune put himself In gMsl cir
cumstances and enjoys the good will of
the entire community.
Believes In Pensions And Saya Posteri
ty be D-d,
Mr AaKiiclnlril Vtf to Ui Jonrnnl.
Nkw Yoiik, Sept. 12. Albert D.SIinw,
thonewcominauder-In-clilef of tho G.
A. It. said last night:
"A grout deal of my tlmo will bo given
to tho iHjusion legislation. An old sol
dier is entitled to Insting consideration.
Wlmt If tho js'iislon roll Is large, tho
union soldier saved this nation.
If tlio burden should prove too hem., ,
I nm In favor of u jiatriotle pension Imml
Issue, so that only Interest would havu
to Imi inut from year to year. Lot !os
terlty im-el thu Im)iu1s when they
Mrs. .1 C. Fowler, of Hubbard, who Is
suffering from u cancer, camo up to Sa
lem this forenoon fur consultation mid
treatment with Dr. J. H. Cook. Hho
returned this ulturiioon, traveling on a
cot, and feols much luii'olirugcd.
Cliupl.iln V. S. (IHIsirt, arrived today
from Kugoiie, and will ledum on .Ma
nila at tho Froshyteriru church thlsovo
I'rof, nud Mrs. .1, f.. Curler, of the
bliml hiIkmiI, relurned today from a
short outing at NewMirl.
J. I). Sutherland, hook-kfoHir hi the
statu treasurer's olllce, went to I'ortlaud
Mrs, llinll Winkler, who has Ikiiii
tin I to sink, is reported as Improving.
.1. A. Rotniils In Portland iuhustuos.
grip It tlsylng Ihouiandi of victims.
r. Mil' Nervine it euring lliouundu
Just a Cotwh
This Is Its story ;
At first, a slight cough.
At la.it, n homorrhago.
At first, easy tu euro.
At IssL oxtroinolr ilimrnlL
Thsrsls nu doubt shout tho euro nuw.
Fur uvor half a csntury Ajrsr's
Hurry 1'uotcral )an lin curing
sumption. Two slum; $1,(X), TAo.
tut m ) DV. Ajr Ckirrr IVil.ril
ni(ti r wv l(t It )n C4M,
Wrtta I ho Doctor.
i It mu ' tn mny rumiiUlnl whltr,
will itai ilorlnr (trflj aboni ll. Yuu
will iMlf iiomi.t' rrhly, without
rU AiliM, lm. J C ATl'.ll,
(Jiiie.uio, Sept. 12. Septembet 70,
Hax Fiiini'isuo, Sept, 12, Cash 1.01'i
If Yon Want a Private Dancing
Or ti secoiid-hnnd coal stove, ttso n wnut
If you mo tin unemployed musician or
an old, established hrvkur, tisuiiwnilt
If you have any kind of a waul that
anybody iiui till you'll Uud that a few
cents luviH'teil In wnut eoluiun ndver.
tlslug will houlsiut thu Is-st Investment
you can make.
los. Meyers & son
C SA lem's oukatkst stork
Stop here at
THE RAIR STORE
For all supplies for hop picking and f hreshinp, or
any general use. Lots of new goods just arrived and
will be sold at the lowest racket prices.
Creat reduction on all summer good.
THE PAIR STOR B
Our New Goods are Arriving Daily,
Call! and sec (hem whether you wish to 'purchase or not.
We employ fourteen accommodating salespeople who take
pleasure in showing the new goods,
New Suits for Ladies,
New Dress Goods, 2C 2 ? 2 New Glotliiojts
New Trimmings and Silks ;