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Tho Dally JoUrnal'n largo otrcula-
$ tlon Is no acotdont. It's the result of
mem quality and low pnae.
SALEM, OREGON FltlDAY. SEPTEMBER 15 1899.
Salem Woolen Mills
Hane 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
the very best to be had: Ask
sizes ana extra longs.
No matter what size you call
for we have them. A special
drive on them.
7 he finest line of Crash Hats
for Aen and Boys to be
found, in Patferns ad
WOOMcA W STONE,
All Our Fall and Winter styles
Now in, and we arc slaughtering prices.
We can save you big money on every
pair of Shoes or Rubbers you need for
Save one fourth your money by buying
during our Big Sale.
We are in the Shoe Business to stay and
we propose to lead them al in prices
YOURS FOR BARGAINS
Harmon. & Sons Best Shoes S2.00 a Pair.
SALEM SHOE STORE
At Third Day's Trust
All Theories Given a
Bryan and Cochran Will Speak This
R. 11. Leabo, Aanager.
88 Statu St. I.udd A Hi-li Hank Uldg.
Estimates furnished, and woik done promptly, substantially
and at honest prices.
Fruit and Hop Dryer work a specialty.
T. S. BURROUGHS, 102 State St, Phone I5II
llr Anaoclntnl I'm to llir Junrnnl
Ciiicaoo, Sept. 1G. Worklngtnon,
trust adherents, advocates of nil single
theories mul sutdonts of political econo
iii)' wore, heard today at tho tlilrtl duy'H
session of (ho tract conference liolng
held hero. Pome speakers )ko in vig
orous terms against industrial, tljmnclul
mid trausiortatiou combines.
Tho problem In Its rotation to the
working man wan discussed. Tlic lonj
list of prominent .HMkorM Hiinounced
for tho day served to ilmw tho largest
crowd of tho conference. Tho commit
tee on resolutions nmucd by tho confer
ence yesterday hold its llrst nii'itliiic this
morning and orgaulrcd by clcctliigcx
Govornor l.uce, of Michigan, chairman,
mul Italph Knstloy, secretary.
The events on tho program for today
woie overshadowed by tho announce
numt that in tho evening Col. ltryan, of
Nebraska, and Ikmrko Cochrane, tho
iloiuont head of tho Now York dalogu.
tlnn, would spook from tho tamo plat
form. Tho political prominence of tho
two orators gave rise to a general fuuliii
that tho night session would Iki of more
iolltiutil than economic futurist.
County Expenses Cut Dpwn and Finan
cial Condition Improved.
W. W. Hall, county clerk, la busy pro
paring an abstract of tho county war
rants issued since April 1, 1800. A good
showing will bo made for tho odmlniv
tration of county nffairs for tho last
Expenses lmvo been cut down ma-
terinlly from tho llgurcs reached tho
For tho cix months ending October
1st, tho warrants drawn foot iip,f23,tK)l,
as against f30,711 for tho corresponding
(icriod of last year. For tho yvar tho
uniountii nrc f5'.,5:M.33 nnd f 71,488.50,
res()ectively, a reduction of flS.WO.'JS.
Warrants have boon called by County
Treasurer Downing up to July 8th, 1898,
and with about iO.OOO to bo turned in
by tho sheriff, tho financial condition of
tho county is considered to bo greatly
A STRINGENT FOOD LAW.
Prohibits the Use of Arsenic or Alum In
All Articles of Diet.
Tho law enacted by t1 o Missouri, leg
islature, n copy of which was recently
published in our columns, and which
The Dreyfus Scandal,
Noxt Sunday Ituv. V. K.Coclaudwill
discus tho iiiiipi'touH condemnation of
Dro) fiiH, and ItH effect on tlio world. Tho
sermon will Ix) o( (ipeclul interest to the
Jhw of Solum, vlio are oonlhilly Itivltcd
to nttoud Unity church noxt Sunday
Tho only plueo Intlni ritywhuro oys
stow arc wtrvod froah from tho shell,
cooked In any stylo, is at Strong's rut-tan-rant.
prohibits tho inauufacturo or solo of. any
article intended for food or to ho used
In tho preparation of food, which con
tains alum, arsenic, ammonia, Ac,
places that stuto In tho lead in tho mat
ter of sanitary legislation.
Ijiws restricting tho use of alum in
bread have been in force In Kngland.
(lermany and Franco for many years.
In this country, in Minnesota, Wiscon
sin, Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky ami sev
eral other states, direct legislation In
reference to tho sale of alum baking
powders has also been effected. In sev
eral of theso states their sale li prohib
ited unless they are branded to show-
that they contain alum, and In tho Dis
trict of Columbia, under tho laws of
Congress, the sale of bread containing
alum has Ih'oii made Illegal.
Follow Ing are the names of some of
the brands ol baking iowder sold in this
vicinity which aro shown by recent anal
ysis to contain uliim UnusokecurN
and grocer should cut the list out and
keep It ior reference:
Hiking l'owdcr Containing Alum:
K. C Contains Alum
Mmif. I.j Jniiuci. Mr. Co , Clilori.
CAMTMF.T . ....Contains Alum
Mmif. Iif ('aluini-l linking I'lmilrr '.. Clilonitu
HO.MB Contains Alum
Manr. Iiy llomt" IUVImk I'dWilirC'ii., Hu l'rn.
W'ASIIINOTON . ContaliiH Alum
, JUnf lw llu-llio t'lirmleal Wurkt, Uriini
Some More Uncen
American Officials in Ma
nila Lining Pockets.
Otis Wants More Staff Officers for
Mnnf. lirCnwviit Mix. Co..
ujjm ,npj 'Jft ani pui t) stjj
JJU(JD V'X 91IV3 OJ.
lplj3 UIJt ili
Ruren & HamiltoN
J x HOUSE FURNISHERS a 1 1
I I l,W jj W
With bent glass fronts
anJ sides are among
the latest pieces of
by us. Our line of
are the best values
we have ever shown.
It will pay you to see
our assortment before
A few thoughts on the wheel!
Will bring to
mind the neces
sity of having
a good, clear
headlight o n
your bicycle. It
win ue cneaper
to invest 90c in
one of our nick
el lanterns than
to pav a fine of
two dollars and fifty cents for riding in the
lit t l v A a'
OUR PICTURE FRAMER is rushed with orders for fair frames, but is still
jablc to make more. Remember, our framing is done in only
firstclass style and our prices are lower than elsewhere.
Now is the time to investigate
ilclotb - Linoleum
Our stock is full on all widths
and qualities, from 50c up
w ArA Of . tx" K
WIIITi: l.II.V Contains Alum
Mnf. hy I), IVrrrrci t (i., Trun.
nCIMIIVi: Contains Alum
MmiI. Ii W4KliliiKtu l'. Co. Hon I'miioImmi.
HON llON Contains Alum
Muni hy (lrnt (IiMmIiuI Ci , Clili'in
Di-ii.M i; . .contains Alum
Slunf. hir I'lirtlauil I ullnt AHilr Co.. 1'iirtlaml.
rOK'n.ANH Contains Alum
Jltnl. lylMo.V IUIII-. Co., IVrlUiul.
Tho housvkoojior shoiilil lxmr in iiiliul
that alum inaUMachtwiihakiiiK smhir.
It costs hut tuo tents a )ouuil whilo
crt'nm of utrtur costs thirty. Tlio iim.
ity of tho Kiudor is therefore usually in
ilimtoil hy tho prlvo.
Amusements I'lr for Week',
Tho K)iiil.ir Jossin Hh'rloy couiauy
hao U'tm itiiKiiKO"' for a wook to pntH-nt
to tho lovorsof ligltimato dramas ilnr-
int! tho fair, unil will rommitnco tlieir
IHirforinuiicus on noxt Monday nltit hy
IirosoutiiiK tho IxMiitiful (mstoral ro
iluctioii "Doris." MIm Hilrloy will as
sumo tho rolo of Ibrls Vano a m:1iooI,
toachor. Tlinrti will Imi a oIhiiil'h of
Iluy nightly. $m lmvo slromly fmnid
u roady sole ami th prHoet nro that
this tulent(l nifttrotfatlnu will yay to
Kicktd Iioummi tliiririK thoir wotiks ou
"Our lloroo W4eoniH lloino," uud
"Hull tothu&MXiud OroKon," 7ft routs,
wild ut VIIy II. Alton's, I'uir (irmiid,
l'Mrvln's mutiral display, ami (io, C.
Wills', at 'Mt eoiiU tor tho two eoido.
WA NTlii) TO i)l,V-intl(iiimn,s
Itoad llorro. Willamette llotol.
I'OK HAI.K-WmIoIiImcIi Illinium, itteU
with.-Willam(t llottd. U 15 tf
SEEING IS BELIEVING.
Fine Krli ('kunolat' Crttams for tlw
m. I 'winy ko1s for tho ImiIh. A
WA smoke for the k"'Uhiiihi. Fruit, k'
erMim and tM drinks fur all at the lloii
JkMi, 1W State Street,
Aamielnlril I'rfu In Hi Journal.
Dksvni, Svpt. lo.Nnioliou K. Ouot,
Into iirhnto of Comnany O, Klrst Colo
rudo voluntwrs, who, during tho last
tlireo months sorvwl m a dork under
Major Klllxnirno, and later under Lion-tonant-Colonel
Totter, auditor of
imhlio account, Manila, iiibllicl last
ovenint; a signed stateinent, In which
tho gravest c,nrgC(, corruition aro
iimdo iiKniust tno Amerlcnh olllcials In
Manila. Ho says an examination of tho
tlio iiirlivm forwanled to WashliiKton
will show that uxoihltant prices aro
paid for nil kinds of supplies purchased
at Manila; that vast quantities of IiIkIi
elais wines and other supplies have
Itoen puriliiiHed, ostenslldy for thoBpiin.
Ish supplies, while In tho AmerlOan
hospitals only tho rnursest supplies tiro
furnlsheil. Ho says emirt-marllals of
prlvato soldiers ilia rued with selling
government proverty, have lMenstopHl
hoeaiiHo they would result in tho ox
posuroof olllclal rasenlity, Tho rohher-
tes, no asserts, will aggregate an enoi
Washington, Sept. 15. (lenral Oils
has cahled tho war department a ro
ipiest for additional staff olllrcrs for ser
vice In tho I'hillppiues. Ho asks for
oiio additional Judgo.adviK'ato.guucrol,
twoassistaut.adjiitaut.goucrals, two In
jKvtor.generals, eight ijuurtormastorH,
ulno eoininliwIoiiurM of suhsistenco and
two engineer olllcor. Tho adjutant.
gun era I has called iion these different
hureuilN to desigimtti olllrern for this
duty, ns tlio ims)rtaiicn of huvlng ull
otlleers of tliostaff asked for heforo tho
next active eumHiigu begins is recog.
Iliied hy tho department.
Insurance On the Mlnto Hop House
nil Contents Paul.
K. I.. ThoiuiMsm, adlustor for thn
North llritlsh lusuruueo Company, uud
Toll Thompson, udjustor for the l.lou
Insurauro Company, arrhinl Inlheclty
on tho II o clock trAlu to tHittlu tho loss
on tho Mlnto hop house, hy lira whluh
ooviirrel yostonhty morning.
Tho house whs Insured In tho North
llritlsh and tho hops in the Moid
through K. V, l'arkhurst, agent for
Within thirty mlmitos of tlmlr arrival
Mlnto & Co. had recolviil u oheok from
tho first named company for f 100, tho
full Binoiiiit of insurauro on the hop
house, und tho agent of tho Lion Co.
was not far Milnd with a clieok for
I'.liO tho face of the policy on tiia hos,
I). C. Mlnto, when m-oii, oxpriswl
hiiusolf as highly plouMsl by his treat
ment Ml tho IlttllUM Of tllfM) two com.
pxnliM ami thoir ollloiuut uml mooioo-
dating Hguut, K. V. l'arkhurst.
MARION COUNTY MATTER 8
Business Ueing Transacted at the Court
A. I.. Shrovo has otltloncd that n
guartlianbonpiHilnted for tho cstntoof
Ainlmiso Along, Insane, rod citadatlon
has Ikhmi Issued to said lllong, ami tho
matter will bohcanlon Septomber SO.
Tho Unal accunt of W. T. lllgdon, as
administrator of tho estato of II. I).
Mangers, decensel, was allowed,
C. H. ltolwrtnon, D. V. Ijiuo and
S. Mott, appraisers of tho eutata of Dr.
John Davidson, deceased, hnvo filed
thoir reK)rt, shnwlug tho valuo of tho
property to bo f 10.50. Mrs. Kavldson,
tho administratrix ami widow, peti
tioned tho court, asking that tho prop
erty bo fet aside for hor uso.
In Department No, t a new suit was
tiled, in which W. T. Jeiikn is plaintiff,
and James Cuslck and wife aro defend.
nuts. Tho plaintiff altcgcn that Drs. 8.
It. Jessup and It. Curtw right furnished
to tho defendants medical atteudnuco
and medicines valued at .'20,50, prior
in May 11, 181)7, and that the claim has
liccu assigned to tho plaintiff. Tho
plalutlH asks for judgment for t'.".'7.W)
uud Interest at 8 percent from Juno 1,
and rosts und disbursements. An at
tachment was Issued on prns'rly owned
by tho defendants In this county. It, J.
Fleming is attorney for tho plaintiff.
" jrifcSOMJTEEV WlRF.
Makes tlio food more delicious and wholesome
torn tuwm woy co . m vowt.
Denies Breaking His
VV Willi a
Tho trial of Geo. V. l'helps, on a
ohargo of carrying a concealed weapon,
on complulut of J, O. Cornutt, of llrooks,
took placo this afternoon, before Justice
Johnson and a jury consisting of Grin
Darker, John (J. Wlloou, Imls Htluson,
t'aul Hrout, II. I'rank West, and
Altera short deliberation of tho juiy
the accused was aciiilttisl.
Both Sides Aro Preparing for Hos
Will Probably Uo Pardoned.
Or Aaaoftlnlfd I'm to tli Journal.
Nkw YoiiK,Hept. in, A dispatch to
tho World from l'arls says that Colic
iiitudaut Currlere, gowrumoul com
tnliisloner of tho Dreyfus court-matlal
ntltounes, has said in nu Interview l
"Dreyfus is certain to le pardoned
very shortly. Mverylssly wanta to got
rid of tho Dreyfus case."
Coney Island Tally
KLLIS & 'INN'S
llr Aioelalrl Trraa In Hip Joiirnnl.
INi)oN, Hopt, 15. Tho blue Issik,
containing the last Transvaal dispatch
of Chamberlain relating to matters
which lead up to tho dispatch Mug
sent, was issued today, Tlio hluo IsMik
throws no new light on tho situation us
It Is today, except to show that tho
commissioner's vtlenco has reached
the ebbing point. A published Inter
view with l'rcsldciit Krugvr, said to
have taken placo at Pretoria, Is of fur
more Important. Ilo Is ipioltsl as say
ing: 'I tried all ulong to placo
aliens In tho Transvaal on tho sniiio
fisitlug lsilitlcnlly ns 'tho biirghors,
Chamherlalu sayx I have lint kept my
promises." "This iluiiuliiriil Kroger, "I
Continuing, Krugor Is rejmrliil to
havo added: "The aliens of the Trans
vaul huvo tho txiiuo nmimorclal rights us
burghers uud lmvo ulwuyn enjoyed Ilium
without liiterefereuco. In my opinion
there's no eouso whatever for wur.
Kverylhlng could Imi settled by nrbl
tration." Tho second edition of tho
Times today prints n sn'clal dispatch
from Newcastle, Natal, dated Kept. IS,
whloli sajsi "There Is nothing to con
firm tho rt'Mrts that tho Hocrs will
eoiicelo Cliamburlalii'M deinuuds. On
the contrary It Is stated that 'MU) men
will lw dispatched to tlio border Imme
diately after tho Transvaal reply is sent.
'Everything points to the prospect of
Tho advlcos from CajH) Town today
tend to confirm tho pcsalmistlo vlowsol
tho Times correspondent nt Nowcaatlo.
Tho first battalion of tho Manchester
regiment arrived nt Cujio Town today.
Tlioy mnri'lictl through tho streots and
wero wildly cheered. Latorthoy ro-om-bnrkod
und procoodod to Nntal.
rtioro'u nlwnjs hope when there'
Ono Minute Cough Curo. "An attack
of pneumonia left my luns near tho
nni, singes or consumption. One Mln-
uto Cough Ctiro cured iue.M
The HeguUr Thlnir.
Nkw Yohk, Sept. 15. Tho Times saya,
A chnlr combination has boon arranged
for. About M jier cent of all tho manu
facturers in tho country nro interested
in tho union. Tlio capital stock of tho
company, is ten million dollars.
A pretty good bioyclo lamp may bo
bought for 2.50. Tho lack thoreof
eousod lour more, bicyclist to fall Into
tho clutches of tho law last evening, vis
J. Kdmiinsou. J. W. Kstcs.and two gen
tlemen nann-d Hoks. Thoy enrich tho
city treasury fit) in tho aggregate.
A full beard Isn't j
1 much consolation to
til a i I )
f- u mail wiiu a uaiu s
J head $
( will make hair grow, j
Oiiioaoo, Hept. 15. Dooombei 70,
Gush 71 T
Han i'iuni-isco, 8opt. 15, Cash 7l'i.
Kafi Picked Up.
Ka.v Piuncimxi, Kept, jft, Tho dere
lict log raft from I'oget smind which
1ms bwn a inenaio to navigation for tho
i't week has been idektd up by tho
steamer Curio ami will prolubly nmch
1 1 urn tonight In tow.
Are You Going to the Fair?
If I'd bo frev from all caro
Will do my buying at TUB FAIlt,
Aftd whon I want nmiuiulrtw.ir
I wilt ly it at TIIK FAIlt.
Ttw ix-ka ami Iumo hi luiiy wilt wwtr
If! amy thom at TIIKKAUt.
Sbirta and ovvralls that will not Imr
II I Ml Kt. thm at TIIK FAIlt.
Ami wli en for tin arwl granite Marti.
Will vtidirKtly toTHK r'AIIt.
Pr iU ami rubWs that will war
I will go .,uk kly to TIIK FAI It.
llaUi and et- tltat you can wr
Ym wh buy soctrtMoly at TIIK FAIlt.
Uhik tlialtM and tfaMare
Albican U had at TIIK FAIlt.
StAUmn. toy. ami vry thing I'll ddirol
Aaaalt , vry low at TIIK FA1K.
Ami wbH we gel horn we'd alutoat twear
We wowld always jatronlioTHE FAIlt.
los. Meyers & Sons
(jj SALEM'S GREATEST STORE Q
Pair of Fauty m,
VenutlHii Clth Suit.
II. 8. A.M. Hull.
Pair ol blanket.
Trunk or VuIIm ,
Pair of I-U'w Oortalns.
Pair Kid Olfivus.
Uto Stylo Shirt,
Pair llrwui Panti.
Suit of Undnrwmr,
TZ5 URBN Si HAMILTO 1J ITHB FAIR STOR B
J 248 COMMERCIAL ST. X t MMv.K.vM.Kt
Call and See Our New Goods,
Bought Where Thev Are Matie.