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ILY Til ,J2i AL ,. i I ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY. t' " "" " L. 6 SALEM, OKKGON, SAT TfltDAY ItAYUS, 18!). JtfU. 114 WeArSw'ti1Tf '5 CIAPI JOURNAL. For Women The Ablest -of Women Journalists Indorses Painefs Celery Compound i Mr. It. 11. Spcrry, wlio Is now tlie eminent president of tlio Woman's National Press nssooloalon, was assist ant editor or tlio Washington World. Her vigorous editorials In Ohio and Washington nowspnpers first brought her into national prominence. The active profession of journalism has kept Mrs. Sperry up to date In Information and progressive in thought. When there was evident need of a remedy in her family, she waswelhuvarcof that Palne's celery compound was best to use. The following enthusiastic letter shows the happy results from the use of this greatest of remedics: Well9& Richardson Co.Durllngton.Vt. Dear Sirs: A few weeks' use of Falnc's celery compound by my 83 years old mother has been of great benefit to her and proved to my sat isfaction that there's nothing like it for tlio headaches and sleeplessness incident to imparled digestion. A nleco In my family was nlso cured of Insomnia by using ono bottle of Palno's celery compound. Yours very truly, Hannah It. Sperry. In every part of this country women are utilizing theso blessed spring days by taking Palno's celery compound and insisting on its use by the mem bers of their families. It speaks volumes for this wonderful remedy that of nil tlio women who have re covered health by its means very many were Induced to take It through the persuasion of other women, sisters, mothers, friends or relatives. Many a man slowly falling in health but stubbornly shutting his eyes to the alarming fact, has been led to take Palne's celery compound from Keelug Its remarkable health giving effect in tlio case of his own wife, sister or some other member of his household. When a sick and feeble sufferer is seen to gain steadily in health and vigor from taking Palne's celery com POUnd. not much rnnm for rinnlit. la left to the most stubborn-minded per-. litis joyous transformation from PillfOD Is Oregon's Faroritc Son and Most Gifted Orator, Hod. Chas. W. Rilion, . . Of Astoria, will speak at Silverton in tlte afternoon and at Reed's Opera House, Salem, in the evening of Monday, May 25. Everybody invited to be present, in the Spring ! sickness to health Is going on in thou sands of homes across the wide extent of this country. The reputntlou or Palno's celery compound has grown by word of mouth; from persons made well, to others who needed Its healing, strcngthlng power. The agreement of opinion among tlio best informed most observant class of pcoplo, in the well-to-do-homes of our largest cities, as well as In the more frugal town communities, places Palno's celery compound far In advance of any remedy. Palncs celery compound Is, In fact the only spring remedy ever heard of In the homes of practicing physicians. ThlB great remedy is not nn ordin ary spring sarsaparllla, bitters, tonic, or nervine. Palno's celery compound Is as far apart from any of tho guess work remedies as black is from white In the eyesof physicians who regularly prcscrlbo it, uso It themselves and carry It home to their own families. Palno's celery compound Is tho famous formula of that thoughtful and studl ous physician, Prof. Edward E. Phelps, M. D., LL. D., of tho Dartmouth medical school. It Is tho duty of every man or woman who has been benefitted by Patne's celery compound to impress on friends and neighbors It wonderful efficacy as a spring remedy that is in every way worthy of the name. The past of Palne's celery com pound, as every one who keeps in formed of current events U well aware, Is a remarkable story of sick people made well, and of many persons, who had given up health as wholly lost, made strong as ever they were In their lives. Palne's celery compound Is the spring remedy par excellence. No invigorator has been so niucu praisea, discussed, recommended and used by physicians, and discerning, conserva tive men and women in every walk of life. The story of Palne's celery com pound in a nutshell is that it makes peoplo well. ComiD "ft" ft STATE FIELD DAY Entrjes fof ntflrooegatc Meet, June 6, WILLAMETTE'S BIG TEAM, Portland and Monmouth Will Not Be Represented, I. H. Van Winkle, a y.cmber of the committee or the Intercollegiate Athletic Association from Willamette university, received several circulars Friday afternoon containing the In tercollegiate Field day entries. It Is certainly encouraging to the Salem team to know that neither tho Port land university nor the Monmouth state normal school are represented In the contests. The main contest will be between the Oregon agricultural college at Corvallls, State university at Eugene and Willamette university, of Salem. Our local team will make an exceedingly line appearance on Stato Field day, there being fiom three to tho entries In each event. On Saturday evening, .Mine (lib, after the events have taken place at the fairgrounds, it is proposed to give an Intercollegiate banquet to be held In the opera liou.se. A musical and literary program consisting of num ber from Professors Drown, Heritage and Winkler, of Willamette besides, other members from the best talent or the other colleges will bo given. Tho entries from the different col leges for the grand Intercollegiate Field day to be held in Snlem, June Oth, are ns follews: 100-YAllU DASH. Oregon Agricultural College II. W. Kelley.F. L. Colvlg, W. F. Keady, Don Ray. University or Oregon F. M. Tern- pleton, W. Overholt, L. Hlgglns, M. Davis, II. Rosenberg. Pacific College Hugh Nelson. Pacific University A. Caples, 0. Drudlcy, T. Tongue. Willamette University R. L. Gulss, R. W. Williams, 0. W. Llvesay. 880-YARD HUN. O. A. C A. Wood, F. E. Hague, D. F. Durnctt, R. Golden. U. of O. J. N. McFadden, C. Dlshoji, A. Mcrryman, O. Vanduyne, E. R. Dryson. P. C Rob Drynnt, S. T. Stanley, Walter Macy, II. T. Cash, Roy David. P. U. II. P. Hansen, T. Tongue, L. Router. W. U. C. Drown, S. S. Asclien brenner, G. C. Miller, R. Davis, M. Drownell. 220 YAHD HURDLE. 0. A. 0. It. Golden. U. of O. F. M. Templeton, D. Kuykendall, W. White. Pacific College-D. P. Price, C. D. Wilson, Leon Kenworthy, O. J. Hod- son. P. U. -J. W. Council, F. Luclllng, P. E. Dauer. Willamette A. L. Shulse, A. G. Wilson, L. McClurc, A. F. Dittner, C. G. Murphy. putting shot. 0. A. C. D. II. Dodine. U. of O. E.Shattuck,II. S. Temple- ton, W. Overholt, L. Gilleland, J. Edmunson. P. U. II. Lelneuwebbcr, A. Caples, C. Dradley. Wlllametto.-C. V. Flshor, I. P. Callison, W. P. Dabcock. POLK VAULT. O. A. C F. E. naguc. U. of O.-E. Shuttuck, T. Wester, E. Church, D. Kuykendall. Pnclflic Collece Luther Daker, Walter Macy, II. S.Drltt, Will Round. P. U. C. Dradley, P. E. Dauer, F. Luelllngr. Wllamotte F. Scoot, A. F. Dittner, H. G. Ilibbard. 120-YAHD HURDLE. U. of O. D. Kuykendull, W, White, M. Davis. Willamette. R. T. Gulss, II. G. Ilibbard, A. F. Dittner. HAMMER THROW. 0. A. 0. D. II. Dodine, Clyde Phil lips. , U. of O, II. Templeton, E. P. Shat tuck, L. Gilleland, J, Edmunson. P. U. II. Lelnenwebber, S. Walker, C. Dradley. W. U. I. P.Calllson.I. VanWInkle, W. P. Dabcock, HO YABDS RON. O. A. C F. n. Crawferd: D. F. Durnett. Children Cry for Pi?ehr's Gautoria. IT U. of O. C. W. Kcene, V. V. John son, R. Coleman, H, N.MeFaddcn. R. Hurley. P. C 0. D. Wilson, II. T. Cash, D. P. Price, W. G. AllcnLRoy David. P. U. II. Hnnscn,II. Hartley, I. W. Conncl, A. Caples. i,r it it 1r MMtlt.n.ia fl V Ltvcmy, M. DrowncllC. Drown, L. ' McClurc. A high jump. O. A.C.-ll. W. Kftlcy. U. or O. W. Overturn, L. Gale, M. Davis, J. Nowsome. t P. C.O. J. HnbsOiiJ.0. L. Price. P. U. F. Luelllng, .1. W. Conncll, T. Tongue. ' , V. U.-A. 0. WIImjii.J. K. WyniH. 220 YARD HASH, 0. A. C.-F. L. Colvlg, W. F. Keady, F. 11. Crawrord, 11. WJ Kelley. U. of O. II. Rosenberg, M. Davis, C. Dlshop, C. W. Keeijfe, L. Hlgglns. P. C Hugh Nelson? Frank New man. M P. U. A. II. Veils. CI Deaunimp, II. Gelgpr. 'ff W. U. R. L. Gulss, R. W. Wil liams, C. G. Murphy. MILK RUN.. O. A. C.-A. Woods,ll. II. Ventli, R. Golden, D. F. DurnoU. U. r O II. Dellluiiher. C. Temple ton, E. R. Dryson, R. llniley, II. Itiwull. Pacific College. II. T.Cmh, Walter Macy, S. T Stanley. j P. U. II. P. Hansen, It. Renter. W. V. S. S. Asuhanbreuner, It. D. Wllklus, Ed. Carter, H. . Ilibbard, M. Miller. i lUlOAl) JUMP. 0. A. C.-F.E. Hague, Waller Har rison, Robert Golden. ' U. ortO. L. Hlgglns, E. Church, E. P. Hayes, C. Whipple, D. Kuykendall. Pacific Collegc.-O. J. JohtHon, Will Round. P. U.-C. Dradley, E. duelling, P. E. Dauer. W. U.-C. W. Llvesay, C. G. Mur phy, R. T. Gulss. a MILK WALK. O. A. C M. M. Cooper, C. T. Colt, Levi Rusk. U. or O.-L. M. Travis, II. A. In wall, C. Nnrrcgen, I. DoLashmutt, O. Homenway. Pacific College. II. T. Cash, G. T. Colson. P. U. II. P. HansciMI. Lclenen webber. t" - W. U. J. R. Dynrs.I.H.Van Winkle. HICYCLK -RACE. O. A. C Druco Durnett, A. Wood, Clyde Phillips. U. or O. R. Stearns, A. Llycrmorc, R. S. Dryson. Pacific College -O. K. Edwards, II. S. Drltt, O. L. Cox. W. U. Z. Rlggs, C. G. Murphy, W. O. Ogle, F. Moore, D. Richardson. Tiik Work ov Houos. For several days Salem has been visited by sovoral hobos Thoy lay around the suburbs or tho city during tho day and their proper behavior at night Is ques tioned. Last evening two or three or these hobos broke tlio seal of a freight car loaded with mcrchadlse, standing near tho passenger depot, nnd con verted the cur Into a lodging house for the night. This class of citizens is getting entirely too bold around Salem and something should bo done to rid the town of these people before acrlmoof a moro serious" haturo is committed. To Independence. Steamer Al tona ert Salem ato a.m. this morn ing with a big load or excursionists for Independence to nttend the bicycle races. She returned about noon and proceeded to Portland. Steamers Ruth and Ramona will arrive up this artcrnoon, laying over until evening when thoy will proceed to Independence. A large number or tickets have bcon sold and a largo crowd is expected to go. For Larceny. Chief of Police Dllley went to Portland this morning and will return this evening, with Dick Patton, who Is under urrest In that city, charged with larceny in Salem. Patton Is printer by occupa tion, -and lias lived In and around Salem for several years, maintaining a livelihood by Ills trade. General J. S. Clarkson who Is against MoKlnley sends us figures to show that McKlnley has 384 delegates, other candates have 452. and 82 are contested. Major Mores P. Handy who Is for McKlnley gives him 500 out of a total of 022 votes. Necessary to choice 462. One Drunk. Recorder Edes today Imposed a fine of five duys on a drunk nnmpl J. Johnson. Mr. Edes reports hobos as being very scarce around Salem. Coxey at'Salem Monday 2 p. m. Children Cry for I Pitchtr' Cantorlau . FREE TO DOTH SEXES. Herrmann the Heater at Reeds Opera House Tomorrow Night The management of Herrmann the Healer realizing that many of tho worthy poor havo been unable to ro recolve this great blessing, or cvciv witness the work upon tho stage, and desiring to extend tho hand of char ity to the sick and suffering, thoy have rented Reed's opera house, at which time another annul free demonstra tion will be given showing the plic nominal power nuignol.lsm litis over disease. The sick and suffering, es pecially those on crutches, the lame, deaf cilppled, ihctimnUc and para lytic will bo treated absolutely free upon the public stage. No admission will be charged. Heats free. All who are atlllctcd, or curious, skepti cal or interested, are especially In vited. The excitement created by this mighty healer In Salem, ami the eulogies ho has received both from the press and tho public, have been well earned, as scores of patients, many of them the most prominent citizens in tho city, who had suffered untold agonies for years, and whose ailments had delicti the most eminent physicians, are now walking monu ments to the unlimited elllcacy or or animal magnetism, as possessed by Herrmann tho Healer. Not only do the rich rejoice -and return thanks but the poor are equally as grateful, for among Iirty-elght rree cases treated upon tho public stage last week, forty-seven of them havo since been treated absolutely free of expense, and all but nine permanently cured of their various ailments. For this and many other acts or charity and kind ness lie will long bo remembered, and rorovcr have a warm spot In the hearts or tho poor people or Salem. Hut not content with tlio generous acts already done, they now propose to admit the public absolutely rree tomorrow night, ami treat tho poor upon the stage without money and without price. COURT HOUSE NEWS. Doings In the Various Departments of Marion County. Robert Wain Is assisting In the sheriff's office. Otto Lucttlch, a native of Germany, today declared his Intention of be coming a subject or Uncle Sam. Deputy County Clerk J. D. Glcsy, Is nbscnt rrom his post of duty, owing to a temporary Illness. In the matter of tho cstato of Mar garet J. Smith, deceased, Mrs. Lulu M. Lcgg, the administratrix, today filed a final settlement with County Judge Hubbard. Total property Is valued at $4200. The llnal account and any objections thereto, will be heard by County Judgo Hubbard, nt 10 a. in. Juno 20, 1800. Tho usual number of small boys swarmed about tho court houso today, with squirrel nnd gopher scalps, for which they rcallzo n small bounty. Workmen were engaged this morn ing, patching up tho walls of tho court houso with cement, prepara tory to administering a coat of paint. At West Salem. Tho Polk county candidates spoko to a lurgo crowd at West ESalem Friday. Mr. Vumicss, Republican candidate for legislature, came out Hat footed for tho return of Mitchell and Is against Dolph, Mulk ey and Hatch who said they wore for Mitchell also, but not as against oth posiblo candidates. It Is learned that the local council of the A. P. A. lodge will meet this evening to consider whom that order will support of tho various candidates for public olllco In this county. The coming week will be a good time to refit ror memorial day, call at tho Now York Racket, and take stock out at prices that will surprlso you. t&s&w Don't Wait Never mind tho hour but Just call at tho Kenworthy & George lunch counter any tlmo day or night, Dest meals always served. o i ... im Every Day Wo have no special days for good tilings or bargains, but servo our customers all alike all tho time. Dranson & Co. Excursion, Steamer Ramona will leaYO for In dependence at 7 p. in. thlB evening re turning after the entertainment. m m I Tuesday May 20th Marion camp of Woodmen aro to havo a basket picnic and chopping contest, Litkrary. The literary society of tho Pettyjohn neighborhood south of I the city meets this evening to have a program and debate. Coxey at Salem Monday 2 p. m. THE SPANISH FORCES To Move Decisively Against tho Cubans. CLEVELAND IMPEACHED, Illegal Salo of Bonds Aro Voted ' Down. Havana, May 2.'!. Captulu General Weyler, General Ochando, Captain or Stan and Colonel Ahinuda, the cap tain generals and nldc-de-oiiiups, all In mil Held uniforms, have started for Dahla Honda, mi board tho cruiser, Marquis Ensensalii. It Is believed tho departure of tho captain general Indicates an important nod decisive movement of tlio Spanish forces against tho Insurgents under Antolo Macco shortly to bo undertaken. TO IMPEACH OROVEH. Washington, May 23. Represent ative Howard, Populist, of Alabama, Introduced n resolution in the open house today for tho impeachment of President Cleveland, tho spcclllo grounds alleged being tholllcgnl sale or bonds,tho Illegal uso or tho proceeds ot bond sales, corruption In policies and refusal to enforce tho antl-lnws. LATER IT WAS KILLED Washington May S3. Howard Is tho author or tho book "ir Christ caino to Congress." After Howard's resolution was read, Dlngloy, Repub lican floor leader of tho majority, raised tho question of consideration against tho resolution. Tho question was promptly put and by a practically unanimous voto tho house declined to glvo Howard n hearing. Tho houso then settled down to dull routine. Our report today Is n mcagro. Dut silver sentiment Is rapidly growing In congress Republicans who are uphold ing tho Cleveland gold bond policy will lie rorced to tako a back trade They are worso traitors to tholr coun try than Cleveland himself and ho Is bad enough, God knows. Editor Journal. a hill vetoed. The president today, sent tho houso his voto or tho bill to amend tho not fixing tho fees of register and recclvor of land offices. SOME QREAT NEWS. Oreogn Gets nig Appropriations for Rivers and Harbors. Washington, May 23. Special to tho Journal. The river and harbor bill passed congress today. Wo retain all the Oregon appropriations for Ynqulnn, Yamhill und Willamette retained for contract completions. Signed. Dinqer Hermann. Mails Burned. Denver Colo. May 23. A special to to tho Times from Cripplo Creek says tlio citizens aro Indignant becauso wagon loads of mall have been taken from tho postolllco and burned. Much of it was plainly addressed to box numbers. In tho destroyed mall wore letters addressed to other places. Post master Roso says tho mall was burned by ordor of the postolllco In sjwc tor. Sliver Democrats, 'Cleveland, Ohio, May 23, Tho Democrats or tlio 25th district today elected Horace Alvord and J, D, Fos ter delegates to Chicago, Doth aro plcgcd to use tholr influence in tho Interest or frco coinage. "The Schuuerth". Their great excellence has proceeded them from California where their prnlso Is now being loudly heralded. Reserved scats for salo at Dearborns In fitting out in clothing, hats shoes, hosiery, underwear of all kinds for ladles, gents or children, call at tho Now York Racket. They sell cheap. 1 8s a & w m When lawyers get down to person alities tnoy surpass oven t)io editors in vituperation und bllllugsgatc. Highest of all In Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report Drft&tl Aeuuri,Y minx FORCED TO ELOPE, Pituul Story Told By a Curry County Women, John Llphart and Mary Dclavau wore nrrestcd at Haycsvlllc.fonr miles north of here, Friday ovcn!ng,chargcd. with adultry. TJio woman Is the wlfo of James Delnvan, of Grants Pass. Shu tells n pitiful story of being met In n blackberry patch by Llphart with n irun, last July, and forced to leave her children and and elope with him. The story Is eorrolioruted by Dclcvan, and partly by Llphart. The woman claims bur husband was home but very llttlo since 1804, nnd was a drinking man. Llphnrt's ranch Joined Doleviin's, In Curry county. Au Inti macy sprang up between Llphart and the woman, while her husband was In Arizona. Threatening letters having: preceded her husbands return, Llp hart forced tho woman to leave with him on July 18. Coming to Marion county in August, ho purchased a small place nt Hayesvllle, whero thoy woro Hying when arrested. Woman Is mother of tlvo children, from ftol5 years old. Dclavau loft his Curry county homo and camo to Grant's Pass, artor his wiro'solopomont, keep ing a lookout ror her whereabouts. Sheriff Hlatt, of Josephine county, notified the otllccrs here, nnd tho couplo was located by Ofllcor Flcstor. Upon notification, Dclavau appeared promptly and sworo out n warrant. Ho was overjoyed when ho saw his wire nnd Llphnrt landed in Salem Jail last night in tho tolls or the law. The preliminary trial will bo held next week. JOHN KNOX ET AL. Presbyterian General Assembly News Important Proceedings. Saratoga, May 23. Tho Presby terian general assembly broke up at C o'clock Friday nrtornoon, in con cision, In tlio midst or n voto on resolutions or a special committee on tlio relations or tho young pcoplo's soclotlcs to tho church. Resolutions had bcon adopted that u statement ot tho relations oo sent to tho separate societies, to bo read by them, affirm ing tho action of tho assembly of 1801. Tho former recommendation i was reached only nttcr a long discussion and under tho opcrnrlon :of tho prev ious (iccstlon. bust nt tho hour for aujournment a motion wus maiio to strike out tho other recommendations of tho committee and to dlschaage it. Action on this motion was only pro vented by tho nbrvpt announcement of tho yIco modorator. Dr. Donjamln L. Agnow. of Phllndcjphin, that the hour for tho session had expired and that the assembly stood adjournment. Ono rccomciidatlon of tho com mittee wns entirely eliminated after an animated discussion and division It related to the formation of Prcsby torinn Unions of young pcoplo's so clotlcs In all presbyteries. BUids -Were opened in Architect arrlld's olllco at 1 o'clock today for building a school house In district No. 22, Marlon county. Dlds woro as fol fel fol eows: Harrlld & Ollnnor. 8515: John Slilii, $525: II. N. Ely, 1500; Harrlld & icu lAJIIf PUUUj UUltlinUll iXf llllftUh WWi Tho bid of McOclscbust & Ilolmcs nyhs ucceptcd, Blathner in Mexico. San Franoi8CO, May 23. The po lico aro now inclined to bellovo that Dlathncr, tho missing murderer, is sufo in Mexico. He has been traced to Los Angeles but there the trnll ends. Copies of a proclamation offer ing $1,000 reward for his nrrest havo been printed In Spanish nnd will bo distributed in Mexico. No Information Given. Washington, May 23. Tho presi dent has sent u messago to tho senate saying ho cannot communicate the Information asked for by tho Morgan resolution regarding Cuba. The Sohuhert. Don't fall to hear tho best thing that has visited Salem. Male quartette muslo in its perfection. Miss Hughes tho harpist at her best. If John Carson makes as pood n dis trict attorney as ho is a political let ter writer no ono will havo cause to complain. Coxey is Coming, Will speak at tho armory Monduv nt 2 o'clock p. m. Muy 25th. Collection taken. 22-2t Alwanb Ready. Ring bluo boxes or telephone for a bicycle messenger. Wo aro oloalng out all winter undor wear, at prices greatly reduced, at tho Now York Racket. t& a & w The Sohujierts. Aro going to bo greeted with a full houso In Balom, Monday night at Daptist Church. Baking Powder jucurmc, 8-18H5 woicu uros., eu7: pic Gelchust& Parker, $180: E. A.Stan- ! (ft Kit Tilt kinnit ff li.i m1?m 4flKA ' ""V ciit.L