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Tho Dally Journal's largo clroula-
$ tlon Is no ncoltlont. It's tho result of
hlitli quality and low price. J
A Lntost Associated Press tolo-
Z grams, Frosh Local news and Llvo
Editorials mako Tho Dally Jour- J
vol.. x
What It costs yon for i few davi' accomodation nt n credit
store? It's no accomodation. Von jmy an enormous Interest.
Tho Intciest Is concealed in the prices lint It's there.
Is n strictly one.priced rnli store. Yon il in't pay your upljrli
Ixirs' debts, when yon deal with them. 1iwct ikWiIiIu prices
Ishing goods, notions.
Tho spot rnn plan menus low prices.
; E. T. BARNES, Prop.
Salem's Cheapest One-Price Cash Store,
Cor. Commercial and Chemekcla Sts.
275 Commercial St. Salem, Oregon.
Cor. State and Liberty Sts. Salem Ore.
Are our btronghold
we are equally well
plain staples at bottom
is a record breaker at
A. Ur Ued nr4
pleased to show them, even if you are not ready to buy, feeling
confident our prices will win your patronage when you are ready
to purchase
I J 248
Shoes are selling fasi. Our
Eall Stock now in, all bought
before the late advance in
leather, and we arc going to
sell them below any body.
Call and see our styles and
get our prices.
Carpenter's Tools.
Blacksmith's Tools,
Finu Tools
For Every
Trade at
uren & HamiltoN
at the present time. Eut
supplied with the more
prices, Our plain,
60c each,
Dlnlno TaDies
Both Round and Square
ot-innf:t ever shown
Boers are Gathering
Have More Men Than at
First Thought.
Situation Unchanged Aside From For
warding Supplies.
Ilr Vamielittc.I l'rraa o (lip Jmirnnl.
LoNliov, Sept. 21. Tho toiulnii edl-
tloii of tho Standard ntul Diirner News
Johannesburg gave out a cable dispatch
today purporting to bo Iroin Johannes
hurir. snyiuc tho returns from llio field
cornets of tlm Trniiflviinl ami Orange
i reo Mine snow that o.'.ihhi iiurgucra
aie remly to take tho Held at short
not Ire.
ForwarJln; T()'D
HoMinv, Sept. l!l. Major General
Hunter mid his stuff with tho Devon
shire regiment and a nptadron of tho
IMIi Hussars havo nailed fotthe cape.
Abe Ditmarj, of French Prairie, Mourns
the Loss of Hit) i'aek.
ltuM)rt readies Tub Joi'iinai. that Abo
DitinarH, who lives near the Miller place
on French Prairie, wan robbed of miiiio
f'.M7 day before jeeterday,
Itscemsthat be bus ben nlling cider
to tho pickers In the uciuhlxirlng hop
yards. The elder wn stored in tho base
lucnt.or cellar, and hero tho trado would
lie made. In ease change of money was
necessary Mr. Dltmars would go upilutrs
and walk into the bedroom, where be
kept 1 1 i r money in a sack of grain. The
IKirtien In the cellar could thus tell to a
lertaiuty whom the money was kept.
Two men are suiiected of tho crime,
the theory being that they worked in
collusion, one going witli Mr. Ditmurs
to tho cellar, while the other slipHil in
mid took the money.
The Iocs is f 1117, and the partiuH Mif
HVtiil haoliot been apprehended.
More Overland Trains for That
Lively LilUe Town.
Otto r-Yhllltr. and others, of Jefferson,
wyin In this city today taking In the
state fair, Honeys that tho eoploo
his town are indignant at tho treatment
niched Just now ill tho limtti'.r o( mall
Mirvico. It seems that hereafter their
town will lie shut off from mall mr ice
on the overland trains, that being situ
ply a Hun station for thoetwo trains
lieucoforth. Tills shuts tho oopkof
JefferHiu off from their miwt imHirtnnt
mull privileges, and it is not surprising
that the good people of that place are
displeased. It in iinderstrsMl that the
railroad coiiiKiny lias taken this action
to save oxpuiiHo in tlio matter of
niptiit's Milary, but whateur tliociiuw
limy l', It diH't et well with the mo
ploof that town.
bought a Fine Rig.
Mr. a nd Mrs. Win. Krnumt of Aurora
drove homo todav with a Hue now horse
and carriage. Tho horco Is "ltutli d."
formerly owiimI by ex-Sheriff John
Fall Millinery Opening
Thursday. Friday and Saturday,
21, ix ami si.
317 1'oliniieri ml street.
Fii'liice 1
Wall Paper
high back dining chair
.l I M I
Salem, We will be
Justice Court.
Tho case of S. II. Catlerlln vs. J. M.
Gros.vas taken under advisement liy
Justice Johnson.
O. II. llarlieraml G. K. Monroe, the
snake men at tho fair grounds were ar
rested on complaint of S. T. llichardson,
vvhochatges them with an act which
outrages public decency and U InJurtotiH
to public morals, In that they entwined
a snake around tho person of a minor
child, Illchardsoii'g son, during one of
their exhibitions. They wuru released
ondeiioslting f'.Vi cash liail each, ami
trial is K't for 10 a. m. Friday.
Financial Bill Which Will Put
This Country on a
Gold Basis.
Ilr Aaanrlnteil lreaa In 111 JntiTitnl.
Cihcaoo, 8ept. 21. Congressman
.losoph W. lkibcock of Wisconsin, mem-
1h.t of the Hi'puiiltcan caucus llnaucu
committee, which this suiunier drew up
the tlitanclat bill, last night said:
"Tlio mil agreed upon try tlm com
inlttei! and to bo Intrixluced at the next
scsimi, of wngress Is In my posesslon.
it provides for a formal declaration in
fin or of the gold standard. If It be
comes a law tho country will bo aow
etlly and explicitly uon a gold basis.
Senate commltteo Iiiim not yet concurred
In it but there w 111 bo no practical dllllcul
ty between the two committees. Tho
bill Is likely to ass Ixith bouses."
Ilr Aaaovlnlv.l I'rraa In the Journal
Tho Czar ami Ctaritia of Hiissin ar
rival at Kiel today.
A limlou Times shvIh1 soys that
Dreyfus Is going to New York.
The August treasury receipts from all
sources umniiutctl to f.'l.r.lMiM),
I'he cruiser IVtrnil has Ikimi sent
to Puerto C'ablllo to protect American
Interests there.
The First Congregational International
Council ever held in the United States
is in sofilon in llostnn.
Tho amount of rainfall reisirted hi the
nasi IK hours at Manila was K.'J inches
and ll.:i inches (ell In the 21 hours.
1'lioTraiisisirtsSikh mid City of Itlo
Imvo l.ecn ordered to Portland to take
thuTliirty-llfth regiment to Manila.
Judge W. II. l'iKT, of Moscow, Ida.,
died in Seattle last evening. Judge
l'lKr formerly resided in I. Inn county.
A regiment of Canadians Is being
ruined by Colonel Hughes, of Lindsay
for sor ice in the Transvaal in caso of
Kmpuror William airlcd jesterday In
Swoduu and will remain until Friiiay.
Tlio uinperoriuul party are at Snoge
holm. The siiireme court decision in the
Nevada governorship conliwt gives
Sadler sixty plurality, an increase of
forty votes "over thoorignal count.
Tlio art judgiH for America, at the
Paris fair were announced today by
II. Caulilvvell, diriH'tor of Hue arts for
American exhibit at the Paris exposi
tion. Today tberearo two well defined eases
of smallpix at San Francisco, l'oiirteou
miNiKVitH are also quarantined at the
Presidio. 'Hie cases are all from the
Tlilrt)-llrt regiment.
The Northern I'aulllu railroad dlicctors
have instructod theexeciitive commltteo
to consider the advisability of iKiying an
extra dividend o( one er tent on the
comiiion stock in February.
"The master of tlio Norwegian cutter
Martha I-urzwik reirts that he found,
on September 0, on tho north coast of
King Charles island, an anchor and
and buoy marked "Andreo Polar F.xpo
illtlon." The prttsiileut bus issiital a proeluma
tloii declaring that the local llauailu
olliciuls are without power to transfer
title to laibllc lunds in Hawaii, guiding
legislation by congress.
Tlio sar dciMrtroent bends out tlio in-
formation Unit the Thirty-llfth infantry
at Vancouver Uirrucks will be ud in
full to November 1st, before, starling to
the Philippine. About fcX),00t) will Is;
I mid iMit to the regiment III advance
An onler restraining Hugh J llrady
from enfoKing the lKirtmnt store Uw
in ht. I.ouis enacted at therKtuit setwlon
of the MIsMMiri state legllaliiri),uiid mi
dsr which he was uislntal Iichumi cil
tutor for St. Ijmm, huh iwuwl by Judge
Seachritx tislu),
One of the larguct divMtmds evr m1
on cotton mill uk him Hut iiuid by
the Crown Cot ion mills, at Pi.lt.Mi, (ia.,
WediiMMlay. A cauli divhleml of 10 mr
cent ami S3 pur cettt, in sum;)'. It
ear a t3 percent divdlend was punl.
V new i.l) mill will lw built at Hal
ton at oitee. j
UilKiou Fruit. '
I luW iliallaljl V
of Umatiful isMH-hes
an I uthtrrii) fruit in
our wiwlow
Wrigid A Cmhiimh). v-mi
Tasting Is Enjsymcnt,
rut Frwlt ClaiirtiUtw 1'ruonui (or tin
la.lir Penny WU W tlHt IwbtM. A
LidA Mn.sVe for tit uwMtfeMitui. Fruit, Uw
rrcMW simI u-kl drlnla forull at tlw Don-
IWmi, lKUt mrtxt.
Now the next thintf is where will we do our
trading? We all want Shoei. Underwear, Hats,
Caps, Gloves, Sox. Hose, and a ereat many Dry
Goods. Now. I will tell you. John, that we can
save money by trading at
In Salem, for I have priced their goods and know
thv ir. all rieht. Reallv. John. I feel like we
ought to tell everybody that they can get more
for their money af THE FAIR STORH in Salem
than any place else. 0. P. Dabnoy is the
proprietor, 274 Commercial Street.
Democrats Nominate
. State Ticket.
Rohert Treat Paine, lor
Chosen Governor.
DslcgilcsChoscn to Attend the Nation
al Convention.
flr .iclitril I'rraa In Ihr .limrnsl.
'Posixis', Sept. 21. The Democratic
state convention uninitiated Knberl
Treat Paine, Jr., of Itostou, for governor
by acclamation.
Hostov, Sept. 21, DeiiKKTallc state
convention assembled hero today for
the nomination of state olllcers and
the selection of delegates to the; national
Democratic convention, according to the
progiam of managers,
The names of (leorge Fred Williams,
W. S. McNary, C. T. Callahan and
Alexander It. llruce, of Uiwrcnce,
will bo preeonteil for delegates at large.
All four favor rciioiuiuation of llryau
for president.
A motion for apHiiiitment of u com.
niittco to select seven delegates at
large to the Democratic, national
committee of UHX) met with a spirited
opiNiiition, Hisses gicotcd thospoukorH
on either side of the tpicstiou.
Congres-unau Fitzgerald raimsla storm
of protest by his deiiuiiclatatou of the
state committee, which had agreed to
tho plan of selecting delegates at large
at this time, ami of (ieorge Fred Will
lams, The deputy piis'rlnteiideut of police
vras called to Iho platform at the
iKmiiH-rutlc state convention by Chair
man McNary to remove Congressman
Fitrgcrald, who, when Chairman Mc
Nary declared the original motion car
ricd, dolled McNary and the hitter's
friends. "
Delegates sprang to their feel and
crowded around the platform, and al
though no blows, were struck, pandem
onium reigned.
The Trust Conference,
Sr. buns, Sept. 21 The trust ion
fereucu today adopted a set of resolutions
and adjourned sine die. The resolu
tions tire based iikhi a plan similar
to that suggested by llryau at the
trust conference in Chicago, that Is,
all trusts and iuouoHilieri should bo
placed under control urn! regulatl ly
state and federal legislation.
The aiililey Com) any Play Uu Mauiei'i
Intense Drama,
We take off the hat to (leorge D.
McQuarriu. His Svengali last night
was us near faultless as anything ever
wen on tint Salem stage, ills make-up.
his horrible laugh, his action, were all
in i-misonaco with the spirit of tho part,
and there win not for an Instant u
break ill the unities.
Trilby is a play worthy of the highest
dramatic talent, and tho way It is
handled by the Shirley rouisiiiy calls
only for warm praise ol this troiijio.
Miss Shirley played Trilby with the
unfailing lamuty and delieate upprecln
lion which wo now exutlol lier III
now oxicctof her hi every
Lincoln j.
Pluiner, as Ta(f, gave an
iiluul ri'iiruHtoilutlon of that bltt.
w.ft.heurtwl l.mlisliuiau. Plunier Is
an actor, lie sinks Ida isirsouality lu
his iKirt, and one lotitd tw in Taffy but
tbealigbest traciMtof the Jetbro Ikixtor
of Tuesday night.
Wm. Aliram look the ililllcult rt of
Little ISIIIt-o in a crwlituble manner, and
C. F. Halttou inade a imwt iintorul iu
Miss Mario Baker played the i-rtiinli
woman, Madam Vluiird, as tloKigh she
was Uirn for (lie part.
The other niHiulwrt of the miiiimiii)'
all did well, and us a whole they should
lw eongratulatMl.
'I tie liirutut ulldlflico of this eiigMge-
iiieut was present, last night, Ihero lm
lug verv few vacant amis on the lower
HooMlfd the galhiry Mn Juminod.
Tonight, by rwpua.t, Mirflw will In,
Hit on liittwtd of the Ijuly t Lyons
'lliU 4uy whs given by this .iiipaiiy
here last spring and tWe were many
miHMs for iU repolitluii. The curtain
will rte prwnptly al 8 IA.
DeWltl'a Little K-irly HImhs pro
mote lieallti by keeping II proxrly
"Holt pHU made;
WO Will
umiiootliora." O. II. Aiiplfgutc,
P.. of ClarkHtjurg, N, J.
tones Drug
Open to the Public,
Tho rcHirt of the health olllcer this
day tiled with ux, and uhovvlng that tho
Salem Ixxlging house has Wen tbor
oughlydeodorUfdund fumigated against
nil Infection, together with the equip
ment of said house the iiersous therein,
we, tho committee on health and police
of tho Salem city council, hereby do.
claro the quarantine against said house
and piemises raised and the same open
to the patronage of anyone desiring to
stay there. TIioiiium lturrows, A. It.
lttiren, Ceo. Orlsvvold, committee.
Barrett Farman & Company,
Chicago Grain Deal
ers, Fail.
Ilr ' aoclntril lreaa lu Ilia Jmirnnl,
Ciiu'auo, Sept. 21. Harrett Farman A
Company, a Inmrd trado linn, fullcil to
ilny. llio house It Is umlerstiMsl waa
heavily short on wheat.
The shortage ol the tlriu is estimated
at four to live million bushels. James
Walke, manager of the concern thinks
the stiscnsloii will only lie tcuiorary.
When the failure was announced at 11
o'clock tho siono In tho pit took on a
tone of paul;.
Tlio December open bad opened at
714 a 711a ami market slid quickly off
under sales against calls to 7t)u At
this figure Hariutt Fariium ami com
pany renewed their efforts to cover but
tho price jumped fractionally to 711.
Then caino the announcement of the
abrogation of tho linn's contractu and u
scramble to get out from under. De
cember declined to 71.
A Properly Loss of $ipo,ooo and Two
Ilr Aaaurlnlril I'rraa lo Ilia JoiirnnL
Nouiiii.K, Vu., Sept. ;l. The St. Vln-
cent do Paul hospital va destroyed by
tiro early this morning. The Ixsly of an
aged woman, Mrs, McCune, and ii Issly
of a small lad have been found, One
other patient is retried missing. Two
llreinen were injiiri'd, lint are oxs'clel
lo recover. The proierty loss, It Is esti
mated, will reach 200,tMHI. There Is a
small insurance.
Mails I-oit,
Wasiiimitos, Sept. 21. (leneral Otis
haa Informetl the war department that
six or eight daya mulls sent by the
transport Morgan City was lost In the
wreck of that ossof.
Drejfua' Movements,
Vacmuik, France, Sent. 21. Capla in
Dreyfus arrived here this morning and
went tolhe homeof M. Vahihregiie, a
Look At Us.
First door cast of
pavilion, Finest of
candies, cigars and
solt drinks,
los. Meyers &
Coiiiinerciul s(
Cor. Court.
k M X"V. aaar-
i. Goods,
' 4 I l
Made Suits
For Ladies
Or Men:
New York
Avery stylish Reversible Vestdifferent
r BSOMJTEiy 'Pure
Makes tlio food nioro delicious and wholesome
itovn Mma rrtif
The Press Censorship Fraud is Shown Up
by Newspaper Reporters'
Revelations Blacker Than Were Ever Suspected by Amcriran
Public i An Eye-opener Comes (o the
American People,
Kvor since llio war In tho Philippine
has developed Tin: hums At, has endeav
ored to allay criticism and has frequent
ly urged tho people to rewervo Ihclr
Judgment In regard to the motive mid
movements of tho powers that be, It
has bad soma reservations as to tho
virtues of tho iiii-Aiiinrtcan press coiisoc
ship, but It has endeavored to temper
its utterances of opinion on the subject
until actual developments would Justify
or condemn tho course Isjlng pursued,
The facts have dually come to the sur
face, and can no longer lw suppressed by
a sclf-rcsiHiitlug press,
Immediately alter the publication of
tho so-called "round robin," (leueral
Manager M. K. Stone, of (he Ass(s.aUsl
Press, cabled to the Associated Presi
agent al Manila, Itobert M. Collins,
asking u full oxplauatloii f the events
leading up to that action of the newspa
per men there. It should bo premised
thai Mr. Collins is mi experienced cor-
ressindeut, selected for tho luiortunt
duty at Manila on account of his truth
lullliess and well-balaucnl Jililginuiil.
What bo writes, therefore, can Imi ac
cepted without hesitation.
Mr, Collins soys at the outset Hint
tho censorshlii enforced during the
Philippines war, ami Isiforu it bl li
ning, was, according lo nowsiir men
who .had worked in Japan, Turkey,
(Ireeco, l.'gypt and Itussla hi war llnios,
and In Cuba uudsr the Wuylur regime,
and during our war, mi much more
stringent than any hitherto ulUunptcd
that the iiirrt"iuilHiitH at Manila were
astonished that tho American author
ities should countenance It, mini weie
.vnillilinil Hint nubile oolhloll would lie
overwhelmingly against it if iti melb
odsaud pursses liecame known.
All the
New Ideas
Silks, etc.
riot(Niis a. Men
N -w. ' riitiim'it ' A
Nt 11 111. 11 tjlJ frff'HW7 . i ' i'J.lJ. 11 1 hi a tittl,,,i S J
NO, 25J2
ro , m vow.
The censorship was submitted to for a
time UttitiHt of apeiils to tho patriot
Ism of the corrcsH)iidouts. Hut says Mr.
Collins, "when (leueral Otis came
down in the frank ndiuissloti that it was
not intended so much to prevent tho
nespamrs from giving Information
and asslstiincu to tho enemy, but to
keep the knowledge of conditions from
tho public at home," and when tho
censor bad rou'iiteilly told them, In
ruling out plain statements of undis
puted facts, "My Instructiona are to
(million! on Heootnl l'h(,.
IvTry round in.ikoa your
rtieru rnw and Irritable. Kvery e
ci ig n tlio lining tniimtirano
Voir laef. tvata touring
Uinxtl at J lucgi la UiUway.
"1 Htfl.irC
UlI d
iiiwy Pectoral
A Horn tlio tint toie the ualet ami
5! ratgln, tha tickling la UotbrMt '
ceiuia, me cougn uiappcar. i
TwusIm: 1.00, COc
Dr. Ayar'a Cht rry l'to,al I'laalt r
sIimiIiI lis "Vf Ilia lunga of ary
rarwn lioubl.,1 with a cuugli.
J t Att:ll CO.,Uw.ll, .
Cihcaoo , Sept. 21 Decern be i 1 i,
Cash 7I'
Sin Iiuncisco, wept. 21, tasii iuj.
While Corner
I'lione II.
Golf Gapes,
Plush Capes,
Cloth Capes,
Handsome Jackets.
pattern on each sid
i ..im.

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