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Th. rintlll lnittnnllB In vrtn nlmill
a u'm....w..,i,mioi,.W....m.u 49
t tlon Is no aooldent. It's tlto result of $
mmi quality and low prlco.
SALEM, OREGON WEDNESDAY SEPTEMUEU 20 1899.
Heme Made Goods
Specials: A very select
line of Boy's Knee Punt 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: A?V
"ilkEOPLE are not looking for Shoes bought 10 or 12
11 years ago, but want high grade goods, late and tip-toll
date and can always find them at our store. We do
not advertise Hanan & Son Shoes at i?2.50 a pair, bought ten
or twelve years ago --we let the Jay Shoe Store do that while
we shall continue to conduct a first-class store as always
before, and give our customers the latest styles and lowest
SALEM SHOE STORE
R. II. Leauo.
83 Statu 8t. I .add A
Are our Stronghold at the present time. But
we are equally well supplied with the more
plain staples at bottom
is a record breaker at
nT Dlnlno T
Are the best and cheapest ever shown in
pleased to show them, even if you are not
confident our prices will win your patronage
BURBN St HAMIbTO p
248 COMMERCIAL ST. X L
extra sizes and extra longs
No matter what size you call
for we have them. A special
drive on them
line of Crash. Mats
and Boys to be
in Patterns a 1
St. Salem, Oregon.
Fall and.Wintcr styles
and we are slaughtering prices.
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
YOUKS FOR BARGAINS
Sons Best Shoes S2.50 a Pair.
lle-h llauk Hid.'.
Ruren & Hani on
J'x HOUSE FURNISHERS A I 1
prices, Our plain, high back dining chair
Both Found and Square
But He is Practically
Released From His Prison
And is Now in Italy to Escape Per
secution. llv .aamlnlnl Prraa tlir Jniirnnl.
ItHNN'HH, Sept. LU Captain Alfred
Dreyfus left bis cell at !l o'clock thin
nioriiinn, liere be bad K-en conllned
ciiiie bis return from leil'a Inland, mul
proceeded to Veriut wliere'be went by
train to Nantes. His dep.irturu was coin
pletely unnoticed. Chief of secietHcrvieo
armed at tbe trlm after nitilnUjht,
bridging mi onler for tbe release of Capt
Dreyfus. Tint latter walked from tin
prison to tbu lloiilevanl, I.ti l.niiu, wbere
be unteretl a waitine rurrhiii' and was
drixuti to Verna Million, outside of town.
Ills brother Mattblutt Dreyfus met him
at the train, anil acuoiuiHinicd bm to
Miners at Cape Nome Must Ue Succored
The Richest Find Yet Discovered.
Washington, Sept. 'JO. Ocucrul
Shufter bus ikiiiI to the war department
acopyol thitdispalcli uliicli bo lias re
(vied from .Major 1. II. tkiy, ilated at
St. Michael, AiiitUlst. as follews:
I liud at Anvil and alenv: tbe hcurh
btween::0(Mlauil MOO pioplo who will
Im compelled to leavit tliero before the
rlcH.ii of navigation, owinu to a lack of
fuel ami shelter. I'mIci people can cut
away tbero Mill be (,'reat suffering and
prolsililv wiiue loss of lile.
The CaH Noiiiu district Is proving to
lie one of the richestuver discovered ami
there are from MM) to HXx) men iilonj; the
Is'aeli ami they utv taking out trout fit)
to I'M) )cr day sr man with baud
The follow im; apMiutiuuuts of Colum
bia conference, M. K. cliurcb, South,
were made Monday at (J rants Pass:
Wllliiimitty District, II. S. Shandies,
P. K.J Allmiiy, W. J. I'mitou; Corviil
lis, V. A. Hyatt; Junction, J. I). Siburt:
TaiiKcnt. II. C. Allen; lliirriahun; ami
Brownsville, U II. Smith; I.ulmnon,
V. A. Ijirh- ll.itliia mul lllrl.,. II f
I Me I'u rln I id ; Independence,.!. M. Tor-
I nor; 1nilsville, siippbel by ('. V.
I'lfjmo; Orugoii City, T. P. Ilavneti:
I McMiliuvillu to Imi silppliinl, ItoMdiurK,
. i. i;otton: .iivrt el reek. n. .. Ho.
nur; Hl'limi, It. A, Iteaijaii: iJukliiml,
.-... . . -. . . .
(I. Themas: (i rants I
IMM.L.I. Wilson. I
Mmlfonl, li. 1. WIInhi; Applegute, C
X. Crew: Sisla Snriims and Sams Val
ley, J. !'. Wallace; Klamath, supplied
by. I. W. Craig; Couuillo district, K. U.
Iltcb, P. K.; CispililuCity, K I.. Kitch;
Myrtle Point, W. It. Hanson ; lktiidon
to bo supplied, P. A. Moses and W. I..
Molloy were HUHirintenditnt, ami .lobu
f.. .Icuies triwo'ferred to tlio Im Angelos
I'all M'Ulnery Openlnc
TlnirwIuN. I'ihUv and Saturday, Sept.
ready to buy, feeling
when you are ready
MARION COUNTY MATTERS
Business Being Transacted at the Court
Four marrinps licenses has-o boon ls
Hiutl to the following iuuikhI: .Mrs
Kllxii Moss and Palmer Tiirker; IMrii
K. Grilllth nntl Alltu W. Hlenv; Slav.
lloniloy uiul J. K. Hhuichiinl ; limit It.
llollittiil miilK, M. llunl.
W. E. Kurt toA. 1). mul 5lny Ktirtx,
blkUlti Htibbanl. fl.
Tho City of Sydney also reached Man
Tho trial of Admiral Montejo began
yestenlay at Madrid. '
Tho Sharkey and Jeffries fight has
boon poitnonoU until OctoboY 27 tli.
Abner McKinley nro expected In
Portland soon they aro at Denver today.
The governor of Montana lins arrivcil
In San Francisco to Wclcotno tlto Mon
It has been decided that tho Trans
jiort Elder, will sail from Portland with
a luri. ot mo in regiment.
Kid McCoy knocked Stovo O'lVmnell
out in the sixth round In tho llroadway
Athletic club last night.
At tho sovereign grand lodge session
Dctroy It was decided to bold tbu next
meeting at lticbinoud, Va. i
jto dispatches aiiunuiic that Presi
dent Mux of Mexico has asked bis cab
inet for a 'JO days leave to visit Chicago.
Tho third annual convention of the
League of American Municipalities is in
session in Syracuse today with 600 dole
gales. Oaket Ames of North Kaston. Mass.,
died at bis homo ycitcnlay at tint ago of
"0 ye-irs. Ho wai the rioliost man In
TlioShmimr Cherokee with I0asen-
girs alsutnl, from Jncksouvillc, Iloridu
aground on .alou isUuit, She will
probably be a total loss
Tho mayors of Soatth) Tncouia and
Stokatio have been desiguat)-!! as a com
mittee to reecho all contributions in
tended for the Porto Hicaii suffers.
Arrangements have been iorfcctcd by
tint secretary of tho Navy to have nil of
iMwey s caiitaiu present ai mo nig cele
bration In New York on Dow'ey Day.
General Otis has Informed the war
ilepaitiiicnt of tint arrival of the trans.
lort Ohio with the men from the
wrecked tratihsirt Morgan City, She
left twttsick mull at Nagasoki.
A Waxbiiigtou dispatch states that
there is an unusual demand for small
currency and that tbu treasury would
soon lie out of dimes, ouitrler-i mid
half-dollars as well as small bills.
Two earth intakes were reiVirtod todnv
one from Aidm, near Smyrna, Asia and
the other frcini Scuttle, Unit TuViii (ilac
lor was shattureil and thous.iuds of tons
of Ice precipitated into tbe sea.
Oriental advices from the Kinpress of
India repori that the steamer Kobu
Marit was foundered in u typhoon In
IHwa lake and went to the liottnm like a
Hone with M asHcngcrs alsinl; 'JO thus
A Passenger train, north Isiuiid, on
tbu St. Iouls and San KrancTsco ro.ul
ctilliilitl with a froiuht train Ii miles
southiNist of Kansas (;itv this inoruing.
Pour eople were killed mid four others
more orliws Injured.
Masked men attacked the sheen caiiid
of tint Warren Mvtwtook Company, 'J&
miles north of Sterling I olorado. lieatlng
tho border, a young man named Crane,
nearly to death, shisitiug alsiut IIHI
shivp, and scattering lo()0 more. Crane
Hiiii'it. 111111 rniui'i
..in i.V.,1 ni.u. .n..
. , ,',
A disiiatcli from Victoria soys that 1.1
Hum! Cliaiiu isauaiu 111 ismer and tho
empress of China is furiously III. Iter
severe teuiHrary Illness, at llrst ro
portixl as dt.o to jmiIsoii, is Into Inter
nreteil as n liolitiwil exiiedicnt to uheck
mate the scliimies of tho rhal factious
at court, ami to hio tho wuy for the
help of the Japanese gorernment. In
the iMirMin of Manpiis I to, under whom
iietslod reforms are to Imi made.
Yosti-nluy aftoriiisui u man was found
in the hayloft of a barn belonging to
Mrs. II. Cooler. Mrs. Cooper and chil
lreii bad been ill the hop Holds picking
hojis and u kii returning iMiit tbe elill
droll to limit the eggs wIihii they i(is!o.
erel the mail. It was reported to the
city marshal and was found that tbu
iiiuii was dead imtai of drunk us was
rusirtnl. Tho remains had not Ihwii
identillinliiiKUreiiioviu tliolwndsof tho
undertaker, lait it m kmiwn bis naiim
is Ilrowu ami tbe cormmr will Inild an
iiHiutwt. An empty Iniwl.tiium Isittlo
was fmiiiil by hix s lUiind It is tbiHiglit
tlait be committal wiU'ttltt.
lirialuctN arn on exhlMtlon
tlie Puviflion, ItuttlM g4sl iiitrals llwt
you iiwl while utlixliiig tlio (air can )m
Tlie White llmuu Hwiaiiroiit.
The lluckenUin Puneral.
Tin funeral A littltt Auam I hush
Ho. L.-iiI.-iii will m Utitl at Um kit
J. .-i.I.m Catholic rliurt'li 'niorwlny at
..'..k. ltei. W. A iMly oJticlnUng,
ie Iturial will Uk dav at tit CuUe-
Tasting Is Enjoyment,
Fine hreJi CImsiiImW Ctmum (or the
loilirs Penny 1 for U Uili. A
gijol niMike for tin- Mlitb)ioeo. Frail i
. imm aiMl (uht ilriukji lor mi Hi wm mm
Kofi, LXKUto Ktrrct.
Now the next tliinK is where will we do our
trading? We all want Shoes, Underwear, Hats,
Caps, Gloves, Sox, Hose, and a great many Dry
Goods. Now, I will tell you, John, that we can
save money by trading at
THE PAIR STORE
In Salem, for I have priced their goods and know
they are all right. Really. John, I feel like we
ought to tell everybody that they can get more
for tlwir money at THE FAIR STORK in Salem
than any place else. O. P. Daunby is the
proprietor, 274 Commercial Street.
Back Down or Piglit
Oom Paul is Not
Ilr Anelulril rra (a III Jimrnnl,
Ioiio-, Sept. LM. KnglandV relit'
tionswitb the Transvaal rcinalii im
cbaiigeilaudas far as the former is con
ccriuil the situation Is not likely to take
on a;uew ihaseunlll after the meeting of
the cabinet on I'rlday. Whether tbe
boors will bo content to wait that long,
ending without their sushiimi with lnw.
tilltics,deiciidsupou circumstances. The
moiling Pint coutaineil a dispatch from
lMelcrmarllnbiirg, Natal, datitl Soptcni
1st 1(1, saying:
"I never knuwit iltiiatiouto be graver.
Tho Hoers only await two days rain on
tho Veldt, iH'foro Is-glnlng hostilities.
They nro determined on war and imii
sldurnhey can oxcct nothing else
alter tint last despatch and aro pro
inauirvtl to faecthu conspicnces."
Iloer OfncUU Auested.
C M-K 'I'ow .v, Heit. LM. Tlie arrests
of Itoer oIIIcIiiIh at Pitsiml (tarda by
Portuguese is regarded us likely lo cre
ate verlotis complications.
A dispatch from Pretoria says that at
the meeting of tho llelgalus there, corps
were enthusiastically formed to help
Ikis in case of war.
Two ex-drunks, Kenney (lenliier and
Harry llllcr, left the city yesterday, in
iirefereflco to spending Ihe days In (ail,
that option being allowisl them, John
Poo contributed n lino of f 10, for ineb
riety, and Itlcbard Itoo will probably
have ticrforined a llko service for the
city tnumiry by the tlmo tbU jiaper Is
Issued, iteuisMi ratty risin his lilke
without a light last evening and fell
Into the clutches of the law. which will
cost him fL'.50.
Slock In OxkI Condition.
W Scott Tavlor. stis'k insis'Ctor for
Marion countp, inado this olllre a
friemllv visit and reiKirts the slock
throughout tho county In lino condition,
and informs us that tint stockmen gener
ally are improving their herds by secur
ing Is'ltcr grades. I In also Informs us
that thoroughbred sheen aro III demand
at this time, csvooia!ly Sbropsnlres, Me
Inoos and Cotswold.
A fine of Wi and costs was liuisiscd by
Justico Johnson tiixiii an old man who
dead guilty to nnsault upon a fellow
workman in oiio of the liop yards. . '
TbeniheofH.il. Crtlterlln vs. J. M.
Gross was cniuiueneisl Isiforo Justice
Johnson this morning, but was xst.
isineil until livening us tint attorneys bad
business in circuit court. The action
is for fftO, the value ot ten acres of oats,
ami f-'iO for ilamagos and costs.
Nuiimou and Hurt baio tho contract
for ilnllng Ihe mill ami grain
warehouse at Turner and lsguu the
work Tuosdjiy morning. TIiimo guullM
man will do the milling company n llrst
olamt Job. About two weeks work (jr
A Ilieak Down,
Tim Dalles ita hail aKtrtoiisaocldMiit
yosterday while mi tho wuy home. TIih
aileof the stag) broko and the driver
was coiiidhl lu jait a imw rig und
transfer fKUMinger1rai.d lotul.'
Oiuiof tbu rwmlts of a coiifereiH'e Is
that puoiihi gut hungry. Wbun ymi
adjourn for dliiiwr you will Mini il ruudy
at tlw Wondnr Itertuuraul.
Tbu corn Is so tnll in Iowa this year
that farmers have to gt on liorwelMek t o
uutherit. How will thai uffout thm.irn
1U Parkluirst drove tsit to lblale
Mr. uiulMrs. Mikr MeKltbm of Al
bany are In tbu city to vWt llmir lirotlmr
l.. 0...1I. u.i.....
Mrs. It. A, Kampy. of llurrMsirg, Is
vlnltliig wltli lr. ami Mrs. A. . Ibuoy
und attending tbu sttio fair.
Mrs. J. Paulson aisl Mr. Win
HobUlidor. of 1'ortlainl, art tlw gio-nU
of Mr. uim! Mrs. P. P. Talkiitictufi
K. K. Plom wsut down U Portlwiid
LITTLE BUSINESS TRANSACTED
City Council Met in Regular Session Last
At tho city council meeting last even
ing tliero wore present Mayor llisbop,
Recorder Jmlnli, Coiincllnien Huron,
Hurmws, (Icsner, Urlswold, Higgs,
Liyg anil )Vnlker.
IIIt.l.M OIIDKIIKD I'aIii.
Salem 1.. T. Co t I 80
HrewstcriV Wlilto 15 (HI
HrowstonV Whlto 1! IK1
Hcrnanli it nunsfonl 1(1 III
W. U. Tel Co t 71
(Ulbort Si Hakor 2 00
Harrit Petrel 7fl
X. J. Judah 10 70
Polling HIshop . 5 IX)
Perry A Co 2 7(1
Salitni Water Co 01 IS
Hotelier Mi uilil . . ; 1 7o
Salem Gas Co 1 05
It. K. Moorvii & Co 1117
lllover & Pugb II (X)
Winifred Fay W
Salem Gas Co 18 !10
Statesman Pub Co :ti! 00
T. 8. HurrougliH 2 IM
Hrewstcr t Whlto 12:1 80
A liquor license was ordered issued to
J. G, Pontaiiio.
The matter of vacating a portion of
ilsoii avenue for a isistolllco site
and WjJ feet additional for thooxtc nsinu
of Cottage strivt was brought up, the
petition read and referred.
A petition of Jas. Maguiro and others
objecting to changing tho electric light
from SUto and Nineteenth streets to
Kightcontli was referred.
A petition for a walk on tho north wide
of Clieiucketa street, Is'tweeii Summer
and Winter streets, was read and re
ferred. A resolution was read and referred
asking for a clutngo of tho I'rout and
Marion streets light t; High and
Marion st,rcets I'niutoiid Statoto High
Union; Commercial ami Court to I'rout
I.liiior llceiio implications were re-
celled from Unite A Wonderotli and .1.
Pell Prom the Hayloft.
An neeldeiit happened to W. K.
Wliinlow, of Aiuusvillu, last Monday at
of. I, P. Hunt near Wliileaker. lie was
feeding tint stis'k, when ho fell
through a inaiibole in the barn striking
on tho manger below, Ills face was bad
ly bruised ami lilscollar Isiiio was broken,
lie was in an iiucoueloiis condition for
mi hour or More and when bo camo to
bis senses bo went to u neighbor's who
droie It I iti to Htaylou and bad bis collar
Isiiio set and was made as comfortable
as missIIi1o. Mr. Wluslow wasalomi at
inn place. .ii r. mini ami latuiiy Hav
ing gone to tho fair. He was taken to
Ills brother Ill-law's bouse near Allius.
villo wbcro be will remain until bo Is
able to go to work.
See thedlaplav of lieailllful H-aches
and other rhst fruit In our window
Wright iV loinpany, ll-wtl
Look At Us.
First door east of
pavilion. Finest of
candies, cigars and
ELLIS & 'INN'S
I o. Meyers &
C S A TwB M 'S 'i L-iHATEST
" i I 1
A verystylish Reverseble Vestdifferent
r Absolutely hjrr
Makes tho food more
The Best Day cf the Stale Fair
Salem Business Houses Closed and the
People of the City Crowding to
Salenulay Is, without a doubt tbe
liest day of this year's fair, both in point
ot at tractions and of attendance.
Thoslrcet cars have been loaded some
what after their usual crowded condl
I Ion during previous fairs. Salem bus
luess bouses itro nearly all clo-ed and
tho people of the clly are turning out
pretty liborally. A good many Portland
people am also hero (inlay.
Tho2:!l trot was llufshcd up tills
nftcrmsm, the last beat mid tho race be
ing taken by ltoad Hoy in 2:20'; Haby
Tho baseball game was not pulled off,
which was a moderate dlsapKiiulmoiit.
Tho two.ycarold trot, leftover from
Saturday, was Hut llrst on the alter
noon's program and was started alsiut
'.'o'clock. Thrvo heals went rotpilrcd to
decide tbu race, w blob wont very prettily
contested by the colts. Ath Alone,
drlu'ii by Moslier, itisik tho llrst heat
but Theliua, driven by liar, uiplu red the
next two and the race. Tho summary
of the race Is:
Alb A ciio I 11 2
Theliua 2 11
Princess Angclluo !l 2 tl
Kdmuiid I I
Time 2.IH,2:ir, 2:11.
Alsiut Ihe middle of the afternoon the
2:21 pace was started, liight homes
slatted, liny H, ami Madallno G having
Ism'ii withdrawn. Tho ractt was not
Mulshed, Four beats bad been run,
when the lute hour forced a Nstiouc
incut of the conclusion until this idler
noon. A coIIIhoii occurred between Alia
Norte and Htarkuy, In tho second bent
but fortunately no great damage was
done beyond a sprained ankle audsoiiio
bruises sustained by titarkoy's driver,
lint In, who was spilled out on tlio
track. No blame whs iacis)iisiu mo
oiio by tint Jildgen. Tlio four limils re
sulted as follews:
Harmuilo 'A it
Alta Xorto 8 7
Sliirkuy 2 8
The 2:2:1 trot was iiImi left uiillliished
on aivouut of tlio approach of darkness, i
itfl.tr It... It.uilii liilil tuuill Irttll.ttt liiillt '
won by ltoad Hoy, as follews:
WismIiiiuii 8 f
l.yla 2 :i
Roiisio . Win
1 "' I fIllltffUIHl V7 .
Js mo ui J most i J
son ji IWJ-xt Ts. IftUirn. 'Ti.:P'HftiniiIi.
AHHilitittK Pill's Aij''il fr,iti'Ajpiiiiuhl Vv
Ia UiltiiiBi-l-H-Frtfll X. Ml'-' h.t'1. i'r V'""fKviii4tVfti Xv
v Piiitra- l-ff;TftJf ' TfM ' i- . liYi--''- fc ' 'Kim Wvjres
V XTtll nt t ft I? Ku a n wTt ' l.' . 3PJl'l'"" .viniiit"til ir-"
delicious ond whokssome
POwtlfH to , NfW vo.
Hoad lkty .. 11
Volo 0 2
Haby Until ; 3 I
Por tho track cvouts today, besides tlto
conlusioii of ycslonlay's puco mul that,
tho entries woro ns follevs:
Pacing. 2: P.! claw, ptirso 1600, beat !l
In 5 Vanduvantor's Deceiver, b. g.
Krickson's Hill Krailor, 11. s.
Trotting, 2:15 class, best 3 In C, purso
flOO-Pontler'H Helen J. b. in, Millcr'fi
Meteor, bl. ., MoDonnliPs Alameda, l
in., Slmpsou'H lloiinor N.'ll. br. h.
Hiinulng, li inllo Salem Derby
Purso flUXV-Iouch' Granger, r. i. Ilicb
unison's Neptune, 8hart'i Mark lianiia
s. s. Ileiil's Tourist, b. in., .Morris A
Matlis'k'k Schultx. Ulchard Morris'
Odd lljes, b. f.
VISmillS, KIIOU roilTI.ANII.
The representative delegation (nun
Portland, which came up Wednesday to
show lis gestd will towivrd tint Btato
Pair, came In a speclul car and wan
headed by I). (). lln-iHlcn, prcsldont of
tho Oregon fmlustrlal KxmitIou.
Tho sMvhtl car was In holiday attire,
and Isiro on Its sides a largo Illuminated
iKinner, mi which was Insclbcil:
"Oregon Industrial Kxposltiou of
Portland, Greetings to On'gon Statu
Tho excursion was planned by tho
Portland lxsia!ttoii CoiuiiiUteo.aiid the
irty wits coiii)omhI as follews:
I). C. Hreodoii, ttnmldeiit of commit
tee; W. II. Hlriibfo, Kccrulary: V. O.
Maxtoii,.iiitslstiiiit scMnituryi J. W. Hed-
(,'iilllllinnit im 1'i.Ullll I'Me,
will restore ijrny or
faded hair to its origi
This is the whole
story, and an ounce
of fact is worth a ton
Cllll Alio, Kept.
20. DccemlHii 7I'i,
San l'ilMlo, Kept. 20,'
STO R K QJ
pattern on ;each side