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SALEM, OREGON WEDNESDAY AUGUST 2 1800.
Salem woolen iisP!
Hoie 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 Hose,
the very best to be had: A?V
WOOWf fli STORE
Is our handsome Russet Calf Shoe for summer
wear. Just the right shade, anatomically cor
rect last, and the latest and most stylish details
in trimming and making we have them in black
also. Ought to be four dollars, any man's money,
but we want to keep tiade at home, so we put
it at the same price as order-by-mail-and-trust-to-luck
shoes. Buy your shoes at home and
get suited for $3.50, reduced to $2.90.
SALEM SHOE STORE
R. H. Leabo, Manager.
RS State St. Ladd & IhMi Hank Wdg.
Cor. State and Liberty Sis. Salem, .Ore.
1 OQiiST OIMN ML 1,0(
TUe Model Oregon Newspaper aod Family Journal.
Uniting News, Fiction, Literary, Ranch aod Dairy
and Market News In attractive readable forai.
Is untied Thursday morning In lltne to reach all part
of the state the same week,
The ,argest assortment of
Men's Pants: Regular sizes,
extra sizes and extra longs.
No matter what size you call
for we have them. A special
unve un inem
" he, finest line of Crash Mats
for Men and Bovs to be
in Patterns and
OUR X SUCCESS X X X X
Krausse Bros success has the
envy of even Salem's Greatest
Banker who has opened his
No, 2 second-hand slioe store
under the stairway where you
can find anything you want,
from the E.C. Small and Wm,
Brown stock down to the pres
ent time. We wish him suc
cess even though he envies
us. Yours for bargains in shoes
at cut prices.
275 Commercial St.
A Winner 2C 2
In the Race for Trade
Lands the Sick and
A Dozen of the Oregon Men
are on Board.
Driven Back Near Elpardo
llr Aaaoplntpil I'rru lu the Journal.
Sa.v Kiu.ncisco, Au. L The hospital
ship Iloliof nrrivud this nioriitug from
the Philippines. Tho Relief luia:t20 men
on Iward, most of whom aro Hick and
wounded soldiers. Tlio Helief proceeded
to a point off tho Presidio, where the
government vessels McDowell and Car
oline aro utilized in transferring the
sick and wounded to shore. Among
the sick on tho Itelicf nro 12 men of tho
Oregon and fi of tho Washington reg-
iinent. Two men of tho Wyoming rogi
nient died on the voyage.
Manila, Aug. 2. Mail advices from
Cebu anuounco that a company of
Americans last week attacked tho Fili
pino trenches two kilometres from
Klpardo. Tho rebels wore commanded by
brothers CUinaee, prominent ami
wealthy persons. Tho Charleston
Hhclled tho enemy and tho Filipinos
retreated. American casualties sight.
Wasiii.notov. Aug. 2. Otis cables ad
nitional casualties; Wounded .Inly 20,
near Calainha, Hrut Washington com
pauyC, Spawn Woodruff, neck, slight.
2. Following is
u. of tho mm-
from Commander Ionian.
boat Machias, fcfnnto Dominge:
"United States consul says tho death of
Heureaux has no political significance.
Motive for assassination Is supposed to
to have been norsontil revenue. No dis
From the Presidio,
Joseph Fonc.1 received a letter from
his two sons at tho presidio this morn
ing. They aro mumberH of tho famous
Second Oregon and will leave there
Tuesday evening and Imi homo. Thurs
day. Not a immibor of Co. K hut Is In
good health. I-eo Fones canvassed the
company and 00 men declared their in
tention of coming to Salem.
FLACJ AT HALF MAST.
Tenth Pennsylvania Brought Dead Colonel
Sa.v Fhancihco, Aug. 2. Tho United
SUttes transport Senator arrived last
night from Manila with her Hag at half
mast, on account of the deatli of Colonel
Alex Hawkins, commander of the Tenth
Pennsylvania regiment, United State
The Senator willed from Manila on
July 1, with 88 olllcers and 721 enlisted
men. The transport was at Nagasaki
on July 16, when Colonel Hawkins was
taken ill with cancer of tho ImjwuIb,
from which ho had been a sufferer dur
ing the greater part of his campaign in
the Philippines, and for which ho had
undergone treatment in tho military
hospital at Manila. His' illness con
tinued during tho following day (July 10)
when tho Senator was at okoluimn.
and two days later ho hism.hI away at
After tho death of Colonel Hawkins,
the command of the regiment was vest
ed in Lieutenant-Colonel Uamett, who,
like the dead colonel, is popular among
the enlisted men, and iiuulo a good re
con 1 in tho war.
Of tho 769 otlicors and men whom
Colonel Harnett brought to San Fran
cisco, three are privates in tho Sixth ar
tillery, United Status army, and one is a
member of the Nebraska regiment, who
was left behind at Yokohama when his
companions suited for this jwrt on the
Hauoook. A dozen stowaways wore also
uuncoalod in the hold and were only
brought to light after the Senator left
When tho Tenth Peunsylvaua pulled
from Ban Francisco for tho Philippines
lust year tho muster comprised 830
men. Twenty-four went killed in bat
tle or died in tho Manila hospital and
thereat of the sick and wounded to tho
number of seven aru on the hospital
ship Iteliof, which, will probably
urrtv hero within the next few days.
Like the Orvgoii and Nebraska regi
monts, the Pennsylvania troops, prior
to suiting from Manila, voted in favor i
of Mng musturtd out in Han Francisco. ;
The Pennsylvania troops will dlsom-'
bark and march through tho priuciiil t
streets of the city to the model camp '
prepared for their reception at the
Prwidio, whwre they will remain until
FRUITS OF ORGANIZATION.
School Buildings Will Be Painted
Salem Union Labor.
The board of directors of njIiooI dis
trict No. 21 held a speufcl inttotfg Tues
day for the purpose of eom4ting iu
ruiigMHiMnts for the painting of the
Hulery A Jenkius, th htigwne paint
Mrs, who desired tlm soltool Uiard "to
sign Uttrtr contract," as Jwlgo lhtvnIon,
a membur of the board, faeUotJy ttf
marked, imtwul of signing the agree
ment proparod ami forwardi to them
by the board, notified the Utard by let
ter 01 tnwr inaoiiity 10 eoioiuy Willi ue
tarms of the contract, ami iRstMid, ui
stitntod aaoinpoei of thir owh Manu
facture, which they forwarded to U
board, doly signtxl.
Voh motion, the aetioti of th board
by wltih tho ontrat fur itmtiHg the
imiA ami .ertu mihom wminia. ler
fiUkiHi 77XO, nctfIly, WllMmn
awarued to Hlery A Jenkln, tv
Tho next lowest bidders, willing to
eonuilv with tho terms of tho contract.
being tho Brotherhood of Paintor8,Paicr
nangers aim Decorators ol this city, tne
board then awarded them tho contract
on their bids of f 400 for the Kast school
and f 120 for tho North.
Tho work will begin next Monday
and tho method by which tho Union
will carrv it on is nractleallv as follews:
The ofllcors of tho organization will up
lwlnt a foreman under whoso sinwrvi-
sion tho matter will Ikj. Kvery painter
w ho is a member of tho union and who
nesires to work on tho job will bo given
It is expected that tho job will yield
wages at tho rate of $2.60 per day. but
no workman will bo paid off until the
none is completed. Tlion alter nil otnor
bills aro paid, tho money remaining will
bo divided among tho workmen in ox
act nroportion to tho number of day's
work performed by each, insuring each
man tho highest wages possible, and his
full share of the profits.
ino outlook for fall Is vory encourag-
Sllir llllft n IT Tnnn 4lin mnwilmnt tnllrt..
Informs us that ho will be prepared
hotter than over to attend to tho wants
of tho public in tho way of fall suiting
and overcoating. Ho has received a fow
Into novelties which he will mako up
In ilrstclass shutm nt tho tho lowest
figure consistent with good work. Holms
also a fow summer suitings left that he
will mako up at a great reduction,
Oi vo him a call at 7 State street.
Renominate Their Governor
Maryland Democrats Ditto.
fly Aaaoclnted Preaa to (lie Journnl.
Kaltimoiik, Aug. 2. The Democratic
stato convention hold today nominated
a stato ticket with John Waltor Smith
for governor at tho head. Tho mooting
was harmonious and all nominations
woro iniulo by acclamation.
Dks Moinks, Aug. 2. Tho state Re
publican convention assembled with an
unusually largo attendance. There is
no op)ositlon to the rcnomiuatioii of
Governor Shaw and tho principal con
test will bo over Supremo judges.
A largo portion of the delegates are
anxious for an antitrust plank In tliu
platform. Former congressman Curtis
was chosen permanent chairman
Governor L. M. Shaw was renom
inated by acclamation.
MARION COUNTY MATTERS
Duslness Being Transacted at the Court
.Marriage licenses have been Usued for
W. II, Armstrong and Maude Pomeroy;
Shirley lluck and F.llzaboth S. Illlg.
County Jndgo Terrell has received the
formal resignation of J. A. Kemp, Just
Ice of the ihhico for Woodburn district.
Mr. Kemp gives ns his reason for his ac
tion the fact thai ho Is ill, and unable to
attend to the duties of the olllco as re
quired. A petition was also received,
signed by n largo numbr of tho eitlreim
of Woodlmrn district, urging tho a
polntinunt of II. Overtoil to till tho vac
ency. Tho resignation and iiotltiou
will come before tho county court nt tho
regular August term, when an appoint
ment to fill tho vaceuey will doubtless
W. Q. Westacott, administrator of the
estate if Toy Sam. deceased, yesterday
lllod his final account in tho probate
court. Judge Terrell set tho time for
hearing tho account for Saturday, Sep
tomlxir 2d, at 10 a. in. Tho deceased
has heirs in Salem and in Canton, China.
W. T. Slater, receiver for the Will
iams A Knglaml Hanking Co. has filed
his report covering transactions from
April 1st to July 1st, 1H1KI.
Tho Inventory of the estato of Andrew
Murphy by Martin Donahue. Virgil
Sharp and Charles Wiggin, appraisers,
has Ihicii filed, showing iiersoual prop
erty S2I7 and real estate, 1210.
in the matter of tho estato of Joseph
C. Parrlsh, deceased, ), A. Piece, ad
ministrator, by his attorneys. P. II.
D'Arcy and S. T. Illclurdson, has filed
a demurrer to the etitiou of W. S.
HooImj, and the demurrer is siisttlucd by
Klizaboth Simms, plaintiff, vs. Louis
II. Pedorson, lUymond lirumhaughuml
Kichard Koe, defendants, is the title of
u new suit filed in department No. 2 for
tho puroso of foreclosing it uiortgagooii
70 acruri of laud In section 28 1 5 s r I w
given to secure a note for fftftO dated
January 15. Plaintiff asks judgment for
tho full amount and interest, aggregat
ing J8H.I5, and flOO attorney's fees.
The plaintiff is roproMUitml by Wood
ward A. Palmer, of Portland.
George (i, lllngliam and wife to F. M.
Hrooks. lot No. 1. ami 2. in block No, 7.
Drown addition to Silvertou, IkjikI for
deed f 1,000.
F. W. Durblii, sheriff, to J. H. Will
iams, lot 7, block No. 38, North &
Kiiuim O. Jory to II. F. Jory, lot 10
in hlk 0, Friukoy's add to Salem. ftHX).
Win. M. lSushey to Joseph Ktzul, the
west half of tho d I c of V. W. Hrooks
ami wife in t D s, r 1 inut. f.1100.
Ida May Klliott to (iio. O. Diiighum,
lots I and 2 in blk 7, llrown add to sil
ver ton. $1.
CyES All EYt DISEASES.
INI UMU) MS.6CAUB 0M U08
Will core tmrMtto. Itahhig ami
Imi ruing yM ; any trouble resulting
from strong wiimI or dust; all ohm
of red lids, red eyus or ecaktf on Ild
Will also strengthen weak eyw. re
lieve pain from any Injury and pro
vHt inllsiiMtion. It shouhl always
I Hed afur any foreign sultotanee
hu xm rentovI from the yM
The relief exprintd hi iiwstant
aneons and lh rtMtult always Im-ii-
M. For ul by
BARR'S JEWELRY STORE
310 BTATU STHCET
V . - I WHAT j
r MJi.ir.a z T. mi
Is Checked at Hamp
Tramp Confesses to Kill
ing Two Farmers.
Two Moro Murderers Pass Away
Ity Aaioclnletl I'rcaa to tlm .louriml.
asuinoto.v, Aug. 2. A special to
the Kveniin: Star from Newoort Nnwa
says: Governor Woodfln at the Hamp
ton soldiers home, gave out tho follow
ingolllrial statement .teday: "No now
cases of yellow fover, no deaths. Sit
uation is practically under control. Some
dllllculty is being experienced In remov
ing the troops from Fort Monroe. None
of tho steamship companies will take
them and no government transiKirtsare
A Murderer Confesses.
l.VDKi'n.NDKNcn, Kansas, Aug
nuil) uivinu tho namo of It. C
tramp giving the namo of
lias confessed to murdorinu A.
,, ,, -.. -. .
and John Cooley
and stick raisers from tho Snlota Indian
reservation. Hush and Cooley allowed
Young to ride with them ono day and
mai uigiii ne Kiueu inem Willi an axe,
Auiiuhmn, N. Y., Aug. 2. Oscar K.
luce, a white man, mid John Keuuedv,
n Negro, were put to death by electric
ity in tho prlsion here today. Itlco
murdered his wife, and Kennedy killed
Pour lliutox, Mich., Aug. 2. Tho
miichlnsts of thogrnnd trunk shops here
struck today. Tliu einployinont of nun
union machinists Is given as the Immed
iate cause of tho walkout.
Hkiimn, Aug. 2. A dispatch from
Apia, Samoa, says Germans thuro are
satisllod with thoapioiutmoutnf United
States Consul Osliorn- as acting chief
justice, and regard it as a pledge of tho
Impartial udmiulsl ration of justice,
Two Umatilla Convicts.
.lite .Morse, three and one-linlf years
fnt liir.iifii. .iitjl l',.i II11111111
.... .vu,. nun 11 ill. jiiiiniM, iiiii'w
yours, for larceny, were today brought
to tho pen by Deputy Sheriff J. A.
The Salem Military baud will again
favor the nubile Wednesday nluht. hv
giving an oKiii'air concert at tho inter
section of Sti)te and Commercial streets.
The concert will begin at 7:45 o'clock,
and 1111 excellent program will bo ren
dered, some choice new selections IkIiiu:
Misses It 11 tli and Geuiveve Church,
who have boon visiting at tlio home of
their grand parents Judge ami Mrs. J.
J. Murphy, returned homo this nftur
noon. Prof. K. L. Winkler left for Nashville,
Tenu., Sunday morning, whither he was
called by telegram, to take charge of his
Hx-Sonator Stoiworof Union county,
came over from Nowwrt, this after
noon. Prof. K. II. Anderson and family
eniuo down from Drain this afternoon.
A. T. Gilbert Is in Portland for the af
ternoon. Chas Hen son. is home from Newport.
los. Meyers k Sons
Cl SALEM'S GREATEST STORK QJ
art Kin 11 u mii it
YMallu'l ir tr'
Come Early to Our x x x
Makes tho food more
In Polk County Who Will Celebrate His
One Hnmiredth Dlrthday Aug. 7,
Mrs. T. J. Wilson of Clackamas, came
up today and went to Independence
wnereon August , win io ceiouratcd
the One-hundredth blrthdav anniver-
rary of lior gmniKather, Ir. Willis
Klllot, who lives with his son-in-law
John Rhodes, four miles south of Dallas.
!Mr. Klliot Is a pioneer, was all through
tho civil war with his noven sons, live
of them still living at Prineville, Crook
county. Mrs. Wlhon is o3 years old
and her grandfathers' descendants aro
too numerous to mention, air. Klliot
docs not get n pension, ns he fought
under Gen. Lee's llag. He is In tho
best of health, sitfforlmi Ho imimirincnt
of his faculties beyond a little deafness.
Mtssllorteiise Kimball, returned from
Newport on tho afternoon train,
Columbia Leads By a
llr Aaaorlnleit l'rm to tlio Journnl.
Nkwcout, It. I., Auir. 2.
trial race today hotweon the
and tho Dofender, tho Columbia s mast
broke off fifty feet from tho deck. At
the time of tlio disaster she was fully a
mile ahead of the Defender.
Tho Columbia was towed In by the
Associated Press tug. The yacht'suffer
cd a little Injury to her hull. It will
take two days to repair the damage.
Cowns, Aug. 2. Tho Kinnoror Will
iains' yacht Meteor ugaiii won in the
second day h raclmi of the Koval
Success Attracting Attention and Ad
Tho success of the Salem (Mipular loan
has created considerable stir In other
communities, ami many favorable com
ments are seen In (lie press of the
state. Our example will bo worth dol
lars to other towns which contemplate
isstiiuu bonds, lxtslilcs advertising favor
ably the public spirit and sound bus!-
iiesH sense ot Haiein s citizens. Any one
who has (50 or moro of idle money can
do no better thad subscribe for 11 fow
city kinds. Tho smallost orders will bo
tho llrst tilled.
titiect Car Strike Unchanged,
Ci.kviu.anii. ().. Auuust 2. There Is
' iiraeticallv no 0 hiiiiuu in the strike
hI t ii-
atiou hero today,
Senator Clark Is Not Sure,
Los Aniiiu.kh, Aug, 2. Senator Clark,
of Molilalia, stated in an Interview that
in Ids opinion thuro Is nothing sure
about William J. Hryau's nomination
by tho Democratic party at Its next
national convention. Tho senator also
said that ho Is not sure about silver
being the great issue for the next cam
pain, though ho still calls himself a
bimetallist. He believes to a certain ex
tent in expansion, mid feels that the
war In tho Philippines must be carried
011 until tho Filipinos surrender.
Senator Clark will build a new sugar
factory on the Cerilos ranch, which lie
recently purchased, The eapaulty will
will Ihi 1000 barrels per day. The
plunt will cost toOO.IKK);
PA UK Kit. At tho family homo In
South Salem, Tuesday evening at
fi:SU), August 1, I8UK, I.IIIIh M wlfu of
Itev. F. W. Parker, ago !I1 years, of
The deceased was the mother of three
children who survive her. There will
he a brief service ut tliu homo at
at 10 11. 111. Thursday. The re
mains will In! takmi to Hubbard for
burial, on tliu afternoon train.
Any lady who enjoys trading Sn a nice,
neat, well arranged Hosiery, Corcet and
Underwear Department set apart from the
rest of the storr will surely patronize us,
This department is second to none In flic
State for convenience and style XX X
In this Separate Department at al
delicious and wholesome
rovwn CO., w vo.
Growls at Great Brit"
Will Raise Question
llr Aaiocilnteil Prc Co tlm Journal.
Sr. PKTKiisnuno, Aug. 2. Dolcasho,
minister of foreign affairs, started for
St. Petersburg this afternoon to return
the visit of Count Muravleff, Russian
minister of foreign affairs. Newspapers
here Intimate that the foreign Minister
may raise the question ot continental
action, in tho event of Greut Hrttaln de
claring war against the Transvaal.
Four Casei Fever.
Anaiu'liitoil Prr tu tint Journnl.
Wabiunhton, Aug. 2. Tho Marine
hospital has received
Surgeon Vlckery, of
mi tno toiiotviug from
t tl... Iltlllk..l..ll u.vl-
S' . ... .
diem home. "Tho enidomte in tho
. Ill lllll .11111111111 Dill-
home Is not extending, four cases woro
admitted yesterday. Ono is now."
The message Is constructed to mean that
four cases developed in the Phoebus und
were admitted to the home hospital.
Troops in Santiago,
llr Aanoelntetl I'rraa to Hi Journnl.
Wasiiiniito.v, Aug. 2. Tliu wardo
partment Is watching with great Holicl
ttidu tlio progress of tho yellow fover In
Santiago. Recently General Mllon jorm
ully recommended the removal ottho
troops at Hantiago to some ponu on mo
Northern coast of America. Today Sco
retury Hoot and General Miles had 11
conference 011 the subject,
aru tho bout nntl oufest
: FAMILY MEDICINE
t NERVOUS diserders:
10 cents and 25 cents Druggists.
If your going on a picnic
To have u pleasant time.
At KLLIH A ZINN'H
Please drop In
And your shoos let them shine.
You want to buy some lemons, so
When you sit in the shade,
Then from tho spring
Cool water bring
And make soinu lomouudu.
1BV Stato at.