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JOUBNAL ADVEnTISER8. DAILY JOURNAL, Are more than pleased with the re suite, and as a result ate Increasing space all 'round. ti-ie Weam. Tonight frost; Friday, fair atief warmer. 'fffi i - '"' V"'ijW VOLUME XII. SALEM, OREGON. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1902. NO. 201, 1x1 Hi x v"- it 4 H-t-n iiiiiiii rwi n i m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 mi i m i n 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1. :: We Iiave everything you need for -the Rainy Season! J ;; RUBBER BOOTS, RUBBERS, SLICKERS, DUCK COATS, UMBRELLAS, HOSIERY, WOOLEN UNDERWEAR, SHOES, CLOTHING. NEW YO RK RACKET The only Spot Cash Store in the City. ii Their plan of business enables;! :j tnem to undersell regular stores il SECRETARY SHAW WILL ANTICIPATE UUUtO I VII UUVCIIIIIICIU DUUU5 DM Nearly Ten Months Working to. Prevent a Possible Wall Street Collapse (slons and salvage at son, jurisdiction . 'in collision cases, and tho law of prop 'ortyt In Bhlps, maritime mortgages nnd lions and rights In ram. Rumor That He May Resign From the Cabinet is By Him M Denied The Secretary of the Treasury offers to advance Interest on gov ernment bonds nearly 10 months, to relive the financial stringency. The Weakness of the Secretary of the Treasury, It Is generally believed, will compel him to withdraw from the cabinet. E. T. BARNE8, PROP. Corner of Commercial and Chemeketa 8treets. '"""""""""iiMiiiiiiiuniiiiiniiiiiifi An Alarm Clock Of Extra Worth Washington, Sopt 25. Secretary i aiiuw una uiiumuoii uunuunccu mm ho would offer to antlolpnto all gov ornmont Intorost maturing Octobor 1, and tho end of tho fiscal year ending Juno 30, 1903, at a rcbato to tho gov ernment of two-olghts per cent por month. The profit to tho govornmont, If tljo offer will bo nccopted by tho buiilnoss community will tio a mmrtor of a million dollnrs. Secretary Shaw May Resign. Now York, Sopt. 25. A special tho Times from Washington Is to th effort Hint Snnrntnrv of the Trensury Shaw Ib thinking stiongly of resign1- t Ing from tho cabinet. ' Shaw says tho rumor of his roulgna- tion on nccount of not being In liar- mony with tho administration Is 'rldl ulous. If you havo ubo for an alarm clock (and what homo has not) wo ask you to como nnd soo tho Parker clock Uio most advanced In con struction of any alarm clock ma do. It lias cut stool pinions a rotary alarm that does away with tho big slot, which, In ordinary clocks, collects dust, spldors and files go ceaselessly, nnd possesses many othor Improved features. Prices J1.25, $1.50 and $2.00. BARR'S JEWELRY STQRE State and Liberty Streets, Salem. Leaders In Low Prices. -"" '"'""" mSSft StJ When You Feel the Need Of a tonic or a brncor, there Is noth ing llko good liquor to do It. When you havo taken cold and aro thrcatonod with grip or pneumonia, taken quickly our Topi Howo whlskoy will stop tho chills nnd savo your life. President Mav Reauire Second Ooeration Washington, Sept. 25. The general belief is current here that President j nnABHU.n'fl tvmilttA In tn f,nm trlulal anrl that -i amttA Anffp-qlnn mau Ha, ..WW.. Wl ,WMM.W ,U (Ml I.W,, , .., . . ..... W W W W I , M VVIHIIWII t W necessary. Wnshlncton. Sant. , 2C Proalilnnt nssnrv in lirlnir nlinnL n. stinnilv redd Itoosovolt passed a comfortable night ! ory of tho President's usually too Tho abscesfl cnusos but llttlo annoy- health, anco Qulot and rost Is all that Is nee- Merger Hearing Resumed. Now York. SepL 2G. Tho taking of testimony In tho suit of tho U. 9. against tho Northorn Securities Com. pnny was bogun this morning boforo P. O. Ingorsollt tho special oxaralner appointed for tho purpose by Judge Loehreu, of tho United Slates circuit court of Minnesota. Tho parties to tho litigation wore ropresentod as fol fel fol eows: Solleltor-aonorat J. T. Well ards apponrod on bohnlf of tho gov ornmont; M. D. Qrovor, consul for tho Croat Northorn Hallway Company, and C. W. Dunn, counsol for tho Northorn Pnclfle railroad. Tho Northorn Secur ities Company and Its directors, who aro mado co-dqfondnntb in tho BUlt, wore roprosonted by an nrrny of nblo counsel, bonded by Forruor Attorney Qonornl John W. Griggs. Although thoro aro four Bults now ponding against tho Northorn Securi ties Co., tho suit In which tho United Stntos Is plaintiff Is tho only ono that Is regarded with special titforost. Thoro Is no question that tho caso will bo cairled for final rovlow to tho United Slates supreme court, and tho Importance of that decision as affoct lng futuro combinations Blmllnr to tho Northern Securities Co. cannot bo overestimated. PIQUED HOTEL GUEST Wreaked Yengance On Landlord Wrecked Hotel With Dyna mite TlienKilled Himself Was a Highflyer and Had Squandered a Fortune Washington, Sopt 26. Frank Me Kco, a young man of 26, who was piqued becauso tho landlord of the Golden Knglo hotol troatod him dis courteously, wrecked tho hotol with a charge of dynamite at 4 o'clock this morning, then shot and killed himself. IIo had resided at tho hotol for four years, and had squandered about $70, 000. Tho occupants of tho hostolry miraculously escaped, Landlord Ilrant and wlfo being tho, only ones hurt, though not seriously. BURNT OUT FAMILIES AT SPRINGWATER Will Need Help to Build Up Their Homes-Loss Amounts to $200,000--Should Be Exempted From Taxation To know all there is to know about a Sarsaparilla, take Ayer's. Your doctor will say so, too. He knows. J.O.y6o QUIET IS RESTORED IN THE COAL FIELDS Three Thousand Troops Hold the District- Mitchell Says Miners Are Not Intimidated Wllkoebarro, Pa Sopt 25. A full regiment Is now on rotito to Shenan doah, whoro (llsturhnncoa havo boon renewed. A company from Parsons ar rived this morning and cheered Mitch oil histlly, as thoy passed his head quarters., many Mombors being- strik ing minors. At rittston a-'sllght dis turbance this morning was promptly quelled by tho soldiers. Wllkosbarre, Pa, Sept. 25. Reports from tho various coal Held: this morn ing show au abbonco of rioting. The Btrlkors nro ovldontly dVehiwea' by tho presence of troops. Mitchell Is Still Confident Wllkesbarro. Pa., Sept. 25. Presi dent Mitchell today says that the pres ence of 3000 troops In the volley make no dlfterouco In tho situation of. tho strlkore; they stand solid, and Bra con fident of ultimate success. BIG FIRE AT JACOMA Plant of Wheeler, Osgood Co. Burned to the Ground J. P. ROGERS, ! 210-222 ommercui treei. Wholesale and Retail Liquor Dealer. . . . Repairing a Watch Of Uio finest workmanship Is a branch of our business that wo glva special attontlon to. Our re pairing department Is conducted with tho utmost care and skill, diamonds nro reset, and Jowolry of all kinds Is ropalred in tho most perfect manner, besides optical work pf all kinds. C.T, Pomeroy 283 Com. 8t., WatchmakerandOptlclan Have fou Ever Tried Salem's Botanical Doctor? Ho absolutely cures cancers, tu-1 eases all without tho ubo of the knife mors', gravol, kldnoy and bladder trou-l or poisonous minerals or mineral of bles, bono diseases, asthma, skin dIo- any kind. Instructions. iThoy are used to being humbugged. Mv nAP Frlnnd: m' ujcu.ciuob uro coinpoaca oi na ' i . 4-it'i You must bear In mind that this modlciuo is not a poisonous tonic, nor a stimulant, nor a temporary relief, which you got from poisonous drugs, where the results aro suro death soon er or later. Those poisons go In your bones nnd destroy tho 'llfo of thorn and crcato all kinds of djseases, can cerous tumors, consumption, dropsjr, bone diseases, etc Do not blame the medicine when It takes an effect and" stirs up the poisons or disease In the system. You must not oxpect to bo cured In a few days, for your sickness or dlseaso has een a long time com ing on, nnd It will take a long time to get It out of your system. It will take months or a year to build up n now hndv from the bones up. This Is what the people do not understand. Tncomn, Wash., Sopt. 25. FIro this morning dostroyed tho sovon-ncro plant of tho Wheeler, Osgood Com pnny, tho lnrgest manufacturers of sash, doom nnd house furnishings on tho connt. Tho loss Is $200,000; Insur ance $50,00. Managed to Ship Coal. Mnhnnoy City, Pn Sopt. 25. Dur ing a driving rain, nnd whon few strlkors wore about, tho Mnlionoy washory succeeded In shipping 18 cars of eoal, under a heavy guard of sher iff's daputiofi and coal and Iron police, this morning. turo's herbs what tho human system requires. When tho animals get sick thoy will help themselves to thoso herbs, for they havo the instinct, and the people have not, so wo have to make a study of" It. It has been a life study with me. Do not get weary; this llfo is too short and too sweet to worry out of this world. Dr. Cook cures all kinds of diseases. Dr. J. F. COOK, 301 Liberty 8t, Sa lem, Ore., Is the man you ought to consult He Is a natural doctor. He Is descended from a line of German herb alists, the best physicians In the world. This Is his fourth year In Salem, and scores of patients and" friends can tes tify to his skill In their cases. Read the Above Remarkable Cure. special m ...PRICES Until October 1st. To Introduce Our Up- to-Date Methods BANCROFT OPTICAL CO. A. M. BANCROFT, Specialist 250 Com'! St, .. fcalem. Or, "fijCF WE Steamers Collide In a Fog. Liverpool. Sept- 25.-Tho Dublin steamer Mayo collided this morning in a fog with the White Star liner Teu tonlo. aa the latter cleared the Mersey. The Mayo was badly damaged the Teutonic was not disabled. BMMWe il U C c is n FRENCH and TURKISH NUGET - -At the- - r-FLEURDELlS"! ICE CREAM PAKLUK3 .! Tlrna 144 ftt&tQ St. HA WES Hats Alpines or Derbies are three dollars all over the United States: every hat is fully guaranteed by the .makers and we invite you to inspect the latest shapes just in! W ut lolc Igcnul JOHN C. HERTZ. 295 Commercial 8treet 8alem, Oregon. OREGON f CONFERENCE MEETS At Grants Pass With Promi nent Ministers Presents (Special to Tho Journal.) Grants Pass, Sopt. 25. Mombors of tho Methodlat conference nro arriving hero on ovory trnln. Yostordny tho board of oxamlnars met for tho pur poso of conducting final examination of undergraduates, preparatory to tho oponlng of conferonco business tomor row. This woiSc was continued nnd concluded today, In tho Prosbytorlun church. Prominent visitors alroady on tho ground are Dr. W. P. Oldham, rep resenting tho Missionary Society; Dr. T. C. Illff, for tho Board of Church Kx touslnn, nnd Dr. Dlllo, of Oakland. Cal ifornia, for the San Pranclsco Hook Commission. Dr. W. 8. Gamblo, of Ottawa, Knn locturod last ovenlng on "Sunday, tho Truo Sabbath of Cod." At 7:30 tonight a missionary anniver sary wlliJio hold with an nddrosfl by Dr. Oldham. Ulshop Cranston will nr rlvo from tho north tonight, and the conference will convene for biiHlnoHS tomorrow morning. (Special to tho Journal.) Oregon City, Sopt. 25. About CO porsons In tho Sprlngwntor district and about 10 in tho Shubol section lost nil or pnrt of their homos, n total of about 70. Moro than two-thirds ncod holp to rebuild thulr hotiaiw, barns and fences. Stock In tho burned Bcctlou Is running at largo, and destroying whnt llttlo garden stuff that was left The loss In that sootlon Is fully 200, 000, not counting tho loss to tho tim ber. Thoy should bo oxompt from taxes for tho currant year, at lonBt. ARGUED DITCH CASE Flouring Mills' Attorney Meets With Board Ownership of Ditch and Bulk of Rights is Admitted WILL PLEAD INSANITY DODGE Police Believe Ellllner Is Fie tious Person' MMIHMXEMHMflMHMillKVx B " " w a . am Twyn 3 JL Wff 3 M - Nff 'fV g 9 ' Jff5L-sr;'T )5 S3 Ml J fcV0KlI 5 New York, Sept. 25. All of tho nion answering tho doBorlptlon of Killing, who Young claims murdored Mrs. Pu litzer, have been run down, and found groundless, by the officers, and It Is now certain that Young Is the mur derer. District Attornoy Joromo to day said that he expected to havo Young in the death house at Sing Sing In 30 days. The defense will plead Insanity. Free Concert. Next Saturday evening, weather per mitting. Oeo. C. Will, on account of repeated request, will give another concert In front of hla plaee of busi ness on the new latest improved Vic tor talking maahlBe, opposite Bash's bank. 3t THE THERMOMETER 18 LOW In the kitchen, always when gas Is need for cooking. And you don't have to wrorrr over the rise in the price of wood. It is the fuel par excellence in the warui weather, no best no aebee. no dirt uo dact Inete&d, comfort, convenience, cifsollaeM, economy. Use stoves ami raoses of evory n and style supplied by the Slem Uat Light Company at lowest priees- SALEM CAS LIGHT CO. Phone B63. ChemektU St Will Revise Maritime Laws. Hamburg. Sept 26. Noarly overy I country of the rlvlllxed world Is rep resented at the annual session of the International Maritime Conference, ' which began a three-days' session hero today Hverett P. Wheeler. J. Parker Kirkllu and A Gordon Murray, of New York, and (Jeorge Whit lock, of Haiti more, aro present as representatives iof the Maritime Aseoclgllon of the United Slates. The present conference Is of unusu ol importance as a strong effort is to he wad to rorrect the dlsoropanelea 1 whleb are known to exist in the marl itlme and edmlrallty laws. The differ . esees in the laws ef countries have ! worked great Injustice tp both ship ewers and shippers. With a view to bringing abeat a better uniformity in iwariUne laws, the eonferehoe will dls jetisa as International eode on colli The Snlom Plourlng Mills Company and tho Mai Ion county board of equal ization had an Inning this afternoon, and It Is bollovod tho scoring was dono by thq mombors of tho board. S. D. Llnthlcum, of Portland, nttor now for tho compnuy, was glvon a hoarlug boforo tho board. Ho nrguod that if the ditch and tho water powor Ik to bo (lHsessod, tho assossod valua tion flhnuld not bo saddled on only ono of tho partiuH that onjoyod tho benefits of tho proporty. Aflsossor Charles Lumbckc and County Judgo Hcott, members of tho board, thon bogan fir ing quoHtloiiH at tho corporation at tornoy, who, whon pressed for au an- uwar to a question that could not ho evasively dodged, admlttodthat tho Salem Plourlng Mills Company was tho owner of tho dltoh or tho right of way, having acquired tho privileges granted the Willamette Woolen Mill Company, subject to tho six rights to tho power that havo boon conferred to tho different powors by various deods. Tho hearing Is In progress aa this re port closes. Doputy Prosooutlng Attorney J. H. Metfary was prosont, but took no part in tho discussion. - o " CRASHED INTO CATTLE TRAIN Burlington Flyer Kills Four Stockmen in a Collision Maiden, III.. Sept. 26. A passenger train on the Durllngton line crashed Into the rear end of n stock train near hero early this morning, killing four stockmen and seriously Injuring five others. No passengers on the train weie hurt The names of the dead are: George Stewart, of V4neheeter, ill; A. H. Oanthers, of Table Drove, HI.; A. P. Waggner. of Pialrle City, 111., and W. I Collins, of-Avon, III. The partlo Injured are: I H. Wlsy, of Knox PUSH CLUB CONFERS Session of Salem Commercial Organization Takes Steps to Get Out Hun dred Thousand lPamphlets Tho Push Club had n good attend ance nt the city hall WednoBday oven lng. Prosldont TIiIoImoii nnd Seorolnry Juduh conducted tho himlnoHs mat tors boforo tho club. Tho secretary roiul corroBpondonee dlrooted to hlu ofllcu ulnuu the lnrit mooting, and they" were noted upon and dlspoHodof In routlno tnnniior. J. If, Albort, as vhnlrnuin, reported for tho conunlttuo on raising funds for tho 100,000 "aardon of Kdon" pam phlets, that aro being distributed by tho Hnrrlmau Immigration hurouu and Us agents all over the Kn.L About $1000 Is uoedod, and of this $200 has boon already pledged to tho commit tee. J. H. McNary moved a resolution for a commlttoo of five on nmondments to tho ohnrter of tho city, to act with a llko oommltUio of tho city council SALT LAKE LINE TO C00S BAY Active Preliminary Survey ing Commenced 8alt UkOfy Sept. 25. Engineer Wilkes, of this city! hns boon engaged by tho Croat Central ralirond (Coos Bay to Salt l.nko) to make up a party Immediately for field work and run nlng prollmlnaty lines in this state. Tho lino will run south of Croat Salt Lake, Thoro Is considerable tresllo work over wator. FOURTEEN PERSONS DROWNED By the Sinking of a Passenf e,r Steamship Vlonnn, Sept. 25,Tho steamer Dan ubo sank near hero today, when 14 persons woro drownod. Surveyors at Myrtle Point. Murshflold, Sept. 25. Oeo. Lyman Moody and C. It. Cook, of tho Oreat Contra! It. It, arrived Saturday night via Myrtle Point. They proceeded to Kmplro. nnd thoro loading up a canlp outfit for tho gong of surveyors who will commonco at Myrtle Point nnd work townrd Roseburg. BEEF TRUST IS JMAKEY President Is Interfering With Its Little Game Knnsns, City, Sopt. 25. Packing houses havo Issued orders forbidding their employes to discuss the beef trtiHt, on penalty of discharge Omaha, Sopt 25. The taking of In ventories of packing houses here was Slopped today on orders from Chica go. This loads to tho hollot that tho proposed merger Is off for the present owing to Prpaldont Roosevelt's hostili ty to the trusts. DISGRACEFUL AFFAIRS IN JAWAII Cohabitation of Lepers Sanc tioned by Board of Health Honolulu, Sopt. 10. Leader of the Home Rule party. Ihirton, conducted tho inquiry for the senatorial comtnls sjon today, when tho fact was devel oped that Father Wendolln'n charge of Illegal cohabitation among tho lepers. In tho leper rolony, was tolerated by tho board of health, nnd that halt of tho children born Inst year word Hie glllmnte. "" -o r Sold At 21 Cents Outrages at Qratiy Island. Soronton, Sept. 2G. Strikers n Orassy Island this forenoon clubbed James Winston to death. Ills body wob hprrlbly maltreated. James Lowls was also- unmorclfully clubbed, and his unqonKolous body poltod with stones, The men are hiding In tho mountains. Irish Member In Trouble Dublin, Sept 26. John O'Donnoll.of tho Irish National League-, and mem ber of parliament, was nrrusted this afternoon at tho railway station for not-attending tho orlmon act In prose cution agulust hlin. Tho police with difficulty prevented a forcible rescue by n large crowd of leaguers. Mrs. W. T. Ramedfln loft today for a. month's visit with her sister, Mrs. Aton Ollngor, at Everett, Wash T. C. Mitchell, of Sllvorton, roportn tho salo to a Arm roprosonted by It. A. CroBflnn, of tills city, cf his crop of this year's hops, amounting to 45 bnlos, at 21 cents par pound. Rev, Elliot nnd family, wh,o have baou giuMts of Mr. and Mrs. O. Shlpp, Iqft last night for San Francisco ami Japan. Rev. Elliot Is a Methodlut pastor at Wlnulpeg. NEW TODAY. HOT DRINKS HOT at Zinn'-s 15A State 3t-, Pftone 2874. THIRTEEN MINERS ENTOMBED Qt$eoetf& wvai . m, m -m .Hm m i:m h villa, add M. Johnson, of Aypn, III. The stoek train was entering the siding when the flyer collided. In AnExploslon of aKentucky Mine Hon. I J. Agaras. of Silvertijn, was In the elty today. He ?epojt the sale ef several lot X this ear's hops in that seoilea at 22 cents, Covington, Ky., Sept. 26. An acci dent In the Potto Valley mines last evening caused the premature explo sion of a blast entombing 13 men, who wore reached after several hours. The killed are: Robert Graft, Edwin Tlngler. OaJbraJth Tingle Frank Had ler, John Haynes and Robert Uurton, the latter colored. Seven were badly Injured; three fatally. qreivl)l, Pa., Sept M-Tliree men were killed and ono fatally injured In a freight collision on the Jiessesiere & Lake Brie tail way, near Pardee, at neon today, GRAND OPENING OP FURS Atr Robert Mori Is, of the firm of Newton Annls Detroit's leading lurrier, is at our store with a $5,000.00 8 stock of fur?, ranging in price from t tj t Hach. He did a spiencjia pusiness yesieraay ana ex oecls more today. Snecial orders taken on all kinds of earments. OJd furs remodeled in the latest style?, ami samples sold outright Every Lady in Salem Should SterTkis Line ot Hirs. tKKSSlfiMaMggBW"fWI(IIM Hi I r 1 i " I ! Vi 4 t i v. tA