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SALEM, OREGON TIIID AT. OCTOBER 20 1899.
The Charge that He Was a Party to the
It Weakens His Position in the House of CommonavThc Col'
onial Secretary Prefers Not to Have that Subject Opened up
as a Part ol the Discussion Going on in the British f arlia
llr Aoclntil rrm to llir Joiirnnl. . 0posltlon mill gained incrorted credence
v Vnnif . n..t. !n A dnanatnh to ' for tho accusation that Chamberlain
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ino v onu, iroui iuiiiiuii, r;o. vuiu- ... , , . 1 i .. i
, , , . , . , , , , nosburg tlitit was intercepted by I
nlal Secretary Chamberlain's defense of un(,or t)onml CronJo ,0 .c,
Ills policy and diplomacy In the nonce
of loniinons was disappointing in every
Chamberlain claimed that tho Jaino
Kin rali cliapter waa closed by the find
ing of tho parliamentary Inquiry. This
evalon excited loud protests from the
was an nccomnlico in llio raid on Johan
ago. uiianiDeriain s position was mucu
weakened liy tho proceedings.
Editor Stead Alleges Chamberlain Was
Moving Spirit in the Jameson Raid.
Nkw Yoiik, Oct. 10. A dispatch totlie
Hcrae Made Goods
World from I.ondou says : The calling
out of the militia indicates plainly that
tho llritish government considers it
necessary to take timely precautions
against some foreign complications w hich
threaten to supervene In the Transvaal
trouble. In the llrst instance the mili
tia is only to be employed to take thul
juace in nomo garrisons nt mo line regi
ments that are going to South Africa.
The government has not thought it
advisable, in view of hostile feelings
evoked in Ireland by tho attack on the
Hoer republic to reduce the Irish mili
tary establishment below its normal
strength of 40,000 men and it is Intended
o set frco the regular regiments stationed
in Ireland for war service by substituting
Lnglish militia batalllons in tho Irish
garrisons, tho Irish militia being sent
lor duty to Kngland. This calling out
of tho militia has added appreciably to
the general estimate of the gravity of
V. T. Stead has ihsned u iamihlct on
tho Hoer war entitled, "Aro wo in the
Klglit? An appeal to All Honest .Men. "
s a powerful liulictmeiit oi ujuimbcr
BATTLE OF LADYSMITH
Where Nine Thousand Boers Began the Advance Upon
Iain's diplomacy, bringing in the strong'
est relief tho crsl8lnut provocative
course loiiowea by tno colonial secretary
patent object of forcing war on the
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X X ?C And Rumors of War!
The war in Shoes increases
our business daily. Not
withstandingall the many Shoe
Stores in Salem we are enjoy
ing an immense trade this fall.
Why? Because our brices are
much lower than others; our
styles the latest and quality
the best that skill and good
workmanship can produce.
We defy all competition.
SALEM SHOE STORE
R. H. LEABO.Atanairer.
SS Shite St. Ladd A Hush Hunk Hldg,
throughout tho negotiations, witli the
patent object oi u
The most sensational part of tho pam
phlet is Mr. Stead's solemn declaration
that Cecil Ithodcs informed him that
Mr. Chamberlain waa privy to tho
Jameson raid, and that the parliament
itiattirv into tno ortinu ot mat ouismr-
aey was hushed up because a point had
been icuclicd in tlio investigation wntcii.
if exceeded, would implicate tho colonial
secretary directly In tho complot. In
ills pamphlet .Mr. Mead says:
"Hctoro tno prime minister ot tbe
Capo went very far in tho conspiracy
no louiui it necessary to enlist tno sup
lort of tho colonial olllco in his de
signs. Ho sent over to Loudon Dr.
uiillicriom Harris, wtui instructions
to inform Mr. Chamberlain of what
was brewing. Mr. Harris executed
his mission and cabled to lthodcti tho
result of the Interview.
"At llrst Chamberlain refused, but
after Harris had sM)keu openly to Mr
rnlrlioul, ot tno colonial olico ami nail
communicated to CliamlHirlaln the con
tents of a cablegram from Ithodos warn
ing him that if he thwarted tho con
spiracy, Kngland would lose South
Africa, Chamberlain gave way on the
convenient pretext of necessity for pro
tecting tho builder of the llcchuuiluland
railway from savage trllics.
"Further, Kruger had heard that
communications between the conspira
tors, eiuU-iaricH and the colonial olllco
were close and constant, and that (lut
ing the whole month of November
cablegrams were coiiMmitly passing and
repassing between thechlef conspirator
at Capo Town uiid his trusted emissaries
and friends In Ixmdon who were on his
behalf keeping the colonial olllco in
touch with the movement. Ho knew
hlso that on November 4 Mr. l-'alrllold
advised tho remo al of tho imperial
troops beforo tho ugly row liegan In
which the leading role was lb bo played
hv tho forces of the chartered company.
This letter is one of tho few documents
that are In evidence.
"Ho has also heard that so fur from
Mr. Chamberlain knowing nothing of
tho complot, ho took so keen and close
an interest in its ileolopmeul that ho
Insisted that Jameson's men should go
in under tho Union Jack mid that tho
next governor of tho Transvaal should
bo upiioliitcd by tho colonial olllco. Fur
ther, ho knows that just before the raid
took place a cablegram was received at
Capo Town from a trusted fried of
Ithodos in l-oiidon, who, after a long In
terview with Chamberlain, telegraphed
to hurry up.
"l'rosidont Kruger also knows that
when ithodos went home to face tho
music ufler the raid, his first step wiih
to wnd Mr. Huwksleyto tell Mr. Fair
Held of the uxlstenco of cablegrams
which hud pawed lietweeu Capo Town
and Ixmdon, which established tho com
plicity o the colonial olllco in the con
spiracy." In tho house of commons Philip Stun
liopo referred to Mr. rtoud'H Msitlvo
charges us matters Mr. ChatulHtrlalii
should not bo allowed to ignore. Mr.
Chamberlain will speak toduy. His an
swer to Mr. Stead is awaited with tho
At the Conclusion of the Struggle the British Were Following
Back After Some Brave Atta:ksvBritish Claim a Victory at
GlcncovSir William Symonds Fatally Wounded,
llr ' loclntril rrn In the Jutirnnl.
C.M'ktow.v, Oct. L0. Ulencoo camp
has been attacked by a great forco of
Iloors, who have ported guns on tho
hill and oened llro on tho ramp. The
battle Is now general.
urai & HamlltoM
J HOUSE FURNISHERS a 1 1
and Lace 6
In.NixiK, 0:t. IX). A dispatch dated
GlcncooG:LV this morning announced tho
Itoers as raptured after heavy fighting
Tho war olllco has revolved a roiHirt
that General Syntons was wounded at
Lonimi.v, Oct IM. Ilrltisli channel
squadron has Ihmmi onlered to Gibraltar.
I.advsmitii, Oct. l!t). Tho uncoiillrined
reHirt has been received that tho Hoer
artillery is shelling Dundee.
U).nih)N, Oct. 'JO. Tho war olllco has
received an appended dispatch from
Ladysmlth. Hied at 10 :15 a. m. today;
Tho following advices fioin (llenciK)
aio at hand:
Scouts report D.OtX) Uihts aro advanc
ing on llattlngsport. The Fifteenth
battorv and Ixdcesler regiment have
gone toinoct them.
London-, Oct. 'JO This from (lleneoe:
"Wo aro attacked this inornlng by u
force, roughly estimated at 1000. Their
artlllorv did no damage. After the
position of tho enemy had boon shelled
our Infantry advanced to nttaek
and after hard, lighting, lasting until
1:30 I), in. tho almost liiBccesslblo
position was taken and tho enemy
retiring eastwards. All tho lkHTguus
were captured. General Symonds was
Hovurulv wounded. Our losses were
Tho Kings ltoyal rllles mid Dublin
fnsilers aro attacking a hill occupied by
Uoer artillery. They aro within .'100
yards of tho position and 'advancing un
der cover of artillery at S.Oiil yards
Laiivsmitii, Oct. 11). Car bineor and
the iKirdon mmtntwl rllles, who havo
htuii In aclioii with tho enemy nearly all
day, returned this ovenlug, falling
Iwek from lighting in tho face of 2,000
I)SIhn, Oct. i0. It Is feartnl Sir
William .Syinond's wound will provo
fatal. It Is reported ill tho house of
commons this evening that tho ilritlsli
ruptured 17 guns at Glencoe ami that
tliolr wivalry is still pursuing the lleelng
men were In tho saddle three days and
two nights, with hardly n rest, llasuto
natives were lighting with tho ltours.
It is reported that sixteen Itoers were
Lieutenant Oalleiny, who Is reported
missing, is tho eldest sou of Sir M. H.
GalliMiiy, chief Justice of Nalal. Ho Is
suppocd to be in hiding, and searching
parties have lieen sent out to try to llnd
London, Oct. SO. The Ijulysinith
coresK)iiilont of the Djilly Telegraph,
under! date of October 10, says:
"Tho Itoers captured n train which
lottUdysmlth at 10;:t0, near Claud's
Laagto' It contained several olllcors
A Negro Robs a House After Cremat
ing tho Whole Family.
Ills Kate Wh Burning at the Stake
and Another Man Noirowly Ks
llr Aaaoclnteil I'rcii la Ihr Joiirnnl
St. Louts, Oct. 20. A speelal to the
Post-Dispatch says: A hssc captund
Joo Lelloro, tho negro who confos-icil
that ho and Hob Anderson, went t'J the
housoot J. II. Gambrill.ut St. Antics,
Mississippi, and tied Onmbrill's wife
and four children together and piled a
feather mattress on them, poured oil on
tho pile, cremated tho family and
robbed the house.
Lelloro was burned at the stake. An
derson was caught and partly Jim mod
hut the llro was extinguished liefore he
was dead, because the Information which
iiinv clear him was received.
REUUILDINU ORANT'S PASS
Progress lias Already Ueen Made Utick
GttANTS Pass, Or. Oct. LM. There is
activity In nil parts of tho district re
cently swept by lire, nnd before Christ-
p' X W wKr MB P
Makes tfto food moro delicious and whofesoma
CTl MKlwq W(jf CO., nfw hm.
Shamrock Again Proves No Match fori
the American Yacht.
In a Fresh Wind the Columbia Continually Increased Kcr Lcadl
and Won Handsomely With a F,ivc Minute MarginvLipton
Fails to Lift the Cup. '
BOER ARMV TRAPPED
vs a Pleasure
To show such patterns and colorings in wall paper as
those just received. Our stock comprises the best
things from the leading factories of the country and
the! prices are so low that anybody can afford to paper
their rooms without a great outlay cf money.
MET WITH CONSIDERABLE RESISTANCE AT SAN
One American N 'as Killed and Three are Reported to Have
tly Aatttlilril I'rraa In llir Joiirnnl.
Wahiiimitos, Oct. 111. The following
was received from Gouonil Oils:
I.uw Ion's advance, under Voting, Is at
Ban Isidro, whern a garrison has Ihmiii
Considerable reslstauco was encount
ered yesterday, one American killed and
three wounded in the Twenty-second In
fantry. Thoenemy suffered considerable.
One Kpaiiianl, and llfteen Insurgents
Gon. Young reports tho Inhabllauts
mns a great change will take place In the
ipearanco ot that section oi tno city.
A. 1-etiiiiko was the llrst mult to re
and a few men. besides iiivlllans. till
goluu to Glencoe or Dundee. Korttui ' npiwiiriinnj of that section
utoly, tho 10:!10 up-train, which con-
Uilnod one of your correspondents,
got through. The enemy cut the wire,
severing communication with Glencoe.'
I.on'imiv, Oct. iU The Ijidyxmllh
corresp4indeiit of theTliiieit, under date
of Wednesday evening, says:
The situation in tho east Ismlor Is
developing a more serious ascct. The
Vryhold and Utrecht commando, after
looting In the iiilulaiid bonier, are ro-
sirted to Ut In the Wmslguu district.
threatening communication U'tween
here and Dundee. The situation at the
front Is roH)rlel to ho growing more
llr Aorltril Virmm lu llir Jnuriml
Nkw Yoiik, Out. 2tl. Judge IjicoiiiIi
hunde1 down decision today dismissing
the w rit of IikIm-uh corjius In care of the
former Captain Carter, who is under
sentence of five years imprisonment font
conspiracy to ilefra ud the goveriiuieiit.
Decision upholds finding court martial.
celve brick, and titaku n start on his
new building, '.'i)x70 feel. It is 111 In
tention to rush matters so that lie may
soon IkuiIiIu to tesiiino business at the
former stand. He secured brick in
V. S. WiknI, of the Pacific hotel, was
fortunate in securing IM.oiK) brick at
Oakland, Or. He has ix-gun to build a
new hotel, fiOx 1(H) feet end two f lories
high. JoM'ph Wolke ban already erect ed
a temMirury warehouse lit connection
with Ids hardware store. Herbert
Pmllli will nut up it brick building
JiOxlOO feet. In the spring M'orul more
will Ik) built, and the gups on Front
(net will Ix'ilottil with stilMttantlal
. rlik liiiiikings.
The Montana regiment In two we
tlous that was to have reuuhinl Huleiii
for breakfust, nrrivisl nlKitit 4 :!tt). The
ltocky Mountain boys were given thu
( niiloiii of I he town for a hue dliinsr.
Br Aanclll P'"i " Juriml
Viiw Yoiik. Oct. M'-Condltloini of
wind nnd weather today were encourag
ing to the nulling f International
ynchtrace. The wind att) o'clock was
eplondld, blowing fully 15 miles an hour.
It was 11 :30 o'clock when tho yachts
nppcare.1, Jumping along under a spank
ing breo.o toward the lightship. Tho
Shamrock pushed her now through
foatn ns if tlie breexo had lieon mado
exprvnsly for her. The Columbia sat up
stralghterand fookoda trille moredlgnl-
At 10:ir. when the preparatory gnu
was II nil, the Columbia wai shooting up
to the windward starling Hue on the
MturlNHinl tack. Shamrock was half n
mile HOtilli ol the lightship. Ikint IhhiIh
broke out their forestay sails when the
warning gun was fired at I0:M.
Nkw Yoiik, Oct. 'JO. The Marling g"n
win llml lit U o'clwk with fihamnnk
in tlie lead. At 1 1 :! the Ismts covennl
the seven miles run to the outer mark,
with the Hhamrock !J00 yards tihoad. It
is a miigiilllccnt nice. The wind Is
fresh from the north, and the Columbia
Is now huillng.
The Columbia turned tho outer mark
nt I2:IH with the Shamrock following nt
12tll. ISiR-'l Tim Ooliiiiilihi Is tnercas.
fug tlie lead but IheHhainriK'k is making
ii great light.
At I :.'!" the Columbia npis-an-d from
the highlands to have u lead by almost
Tho Columbia crossed the llnUh line
at 2:10:110. The BbuinriKik at IMotW.
Seorotnry Hny Notified By tho Drlt
lah Offloo that tho Lata Prop
osltlon Wan Satlafnotory.
ill early mid gut your yPldy at Ilia
111 .V 11
To euro Jji Ortpp, fttp warm. ripfcUUt
(to feet, and lak Ut. Uc' Nenrioe.
llr Aaauelntril I'rrat lu llir Journal
Waniii.niito.v, Oct. 20. Hecn'tary Haj
received u notice of approval by the,
Ilrltisli foicigu olllco, of the latest pro)
ositlon, relative to the Alaskan iihhIiis'
vivendl. ftmmilfonllrmuttnu of the ar
raugeiueiit will take place tislay
Thin hair Is starved
is food for starved
Giiicaiio, Oet. 20. Divetubei 71.1
Has Fiunciwo, (Vt. 20. Cash 1.0M4,r
We nr well nrvnnred to meet the demand of the public Uir
Lace Curiains run in price Imm 8Sc for large Nuitinghams, Sisv
to 510 for lici Brussels Net. Call and wc what we luve n. ZZ&s
Kuflled Curtains at 51.50.
OUJR DFho lstbr y
Wa a grtt mteetm. We hold WW of loan ol .-vr pun . r jj.ii
eat WtAaliw. Vr ar.- alill tolling at Uw rliw-l iHrit awl kpinie
ourunliolrfer bu.v wiU. fr. kip tfce oner at lKMr, my
Salam unhoWra'iiwt.! of owKW-townoiMsj, awl gla lU '
of work for tlie sauw' mout-y Uit factory work of a ior grade dmiMWi.
iiiVi EraSArO KArXlf
BURBN St HAMILTOTsJ
248 COMMERCIAL ST. J- L
I'lfieen HunOted Ilepoited Killed by
Mines at Mafcklnt.
llr A'aurldlnl I'rrs la ! Jnurunl.
1.vih)N, Oct. 20. The Dally News'
Cape Town rreiondunt )''
It is rumored that news has reached
Deax Junction that the Jtoors uttaokod
Mufuklug in force, but were repulsed.
Thedufeiidurs, sewing tho enemy retreat
ing, pursued them for some distance.
Then a feint was made and they com
menced to retire on the town, allowing
themselves to bo dilveu in by tho IUsirn.
who, eager to retrieve their poltloii,
uguiu ndvnneei! Uj the attack and were
drawn over the lyddite inimw lakl for
the defenro of tbe town, It Is rumored I
that 1sOO IVwrs were kilwl by the e.
Iiijk, Oet. ' Hie Daily .MhiI'b
Cap Tim ii eorreapoiideMt suys that a
refugee wlto has rwathetl OrahsHwitown
from the ruiwl ktalm tlwt u train ar
livnl ut JiilHniH4r Momlay from
Klerfcxloro with 0) wmnnll lrtirgh-rs.
Uvery avullulie iimimi". til refugee
rays, was ralM Into rmiuUltkui to bike
tliu wounded iuwi M the ihi4ImI. The '
Isi: Mail wggeeU tlml Unt weumlwl
re froui MufekiHK.
lMixMi, Oet. ). The I'leterinariU
huru mirmi"iml of the Daily Mail, in
' diapauh ilatMl Thursday, ays:
Tlw brunt W the llglitlng at lieter
KlkMi yesterday was wntulnod by the
volunteer patrols. Tlie lighting wan
lirUk. Tlie Itoei iiumWwl Mi). Tlie
volunteer at one moment were in great
peril, being eul off, but the ollliere
hawlkI their men spleiidhily, nnd tlie
Maxims effentively aiapierf the lVr'
Tlie Iteer aliowiHg w retalie.1. Tlie
rotaHteore It tliidr kit, awl altogether
tWe Ujiht w P'etly tryhtgoiie The
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What we have done and what we are do
ing to better the condition of thoae wrth
weak sight can be Judged from our sue
cm. We have tlie skill, experience and
faailltlen for teating the ye and fitting
glarMt and frames.
HERMAN W. BAFR S. O.,
Oraduote Optician HBBtiJagt
In.l oiH'inili a new line of tlelf
Cusor Iadiusaud Childrrn.
Siuifihiiig entirely new Ixith l-i rut
and lalru We invito )ou to cull mimI
U7M'BMOOOMMICICIAU HT..COU OOUHT
It U true. "eUilhee
will lint niuke u
man;" but they
surely put the lllilf h
lug touvhen to hie
Pn.v wormeOs M0.fKJto)
IllatkCluy . UUH)to)'
Ohotiou . 7 JO to u v
Trleot leniw JfUM
Bnidlj'alieKktuiiil ttHpea 1,M up
Hv our corner window, allowing a
very new Hue of fern lis, (lively Iftuiiife.,
KiksI lengths, well made, 7Tm to flfl,
. 8.7 to W
A speajal minilier ptiteutiil by II. &
A M. the Warm Ikiek In black and
tuna iWJ0 and aM.
Ulsters and Ulsteretts
$7.50 to 512,00
Kew Pano VeU and Vto,
mors tell dm
that our us
f.ir the most
In the city.
We aliuw a
hue of plush ra.' than ever before.
S2.95 up to S12.50,
We fclimv a very Hue gurnicnt at $11.60
wiual In any i6 guruwnt shown else
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