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,THE DAILY JOURNAL, 8ALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1903.
PAGE EIGHT. SPOKANE ! MINING BROKER SEATTLE PEOPLE ' WRATHY 1 "'. ;DumpSakofSboei J tne , This is our third nnd last dump sulc. As u8 entire must bo sold regardless of cost. No reserve. SUNDAY SCHOOL PUPILS Wrecked Wilile on an .1 .!. T Im' rWfn.4c! O f.4 CI i a ' t- ' If H w IS BARGAIN MONTH AT 9 .& UIM vumo colf Juno ls tho month of white sales. Wo aro giving you a groator treat Not only will our dainty whlto goods be, sacrificed, but also other deslrablo 'Summer merchandise. Watch for our specials. Out thitd Gi eat Special ' t) 'A If 'Ml Muslin Unctetwea n Takes Get Rich Qick Plan on Mining Stocks Howard J. Kressly Admits he Raised Stock Certificates and Forged Names Cleaning up $50,000 Spokane, Wa'h., Juno 3. Howard J. Krosslcy, a mining broker, has con fessed to raising stock and forging names on stock certificates of the Lucllo-Dreyfus Mining Company, thereby pocketing $50,000. Colonel Kodpath Is president of tho company and Sonator Turner ono of tho direc tors. Escape From the Penitentiary -Wheollng, W. Va., Juno 3. Four prisoners, Including two murderers, broko out of tho penitentiary at Moundsvlllo last night, Tho posso in pursuit today Is using blood hounds. Will Play Thursday Night. Tho many friends of Miss Mao Ilolao will bo dcllghotd to hear that young lady play at tho commence ment of Mrs. Wlllman'a conservatory of music, at tho Grand Opora House Thursday evening. This will bo ono of tho finest concerts of tho season, and It will bo free to all. Excursion on the Missouri Boat Collides With the Bridge and it and a Big Barge go Down With 240 Pupils Hannibal, Mo., June 3, The s earn er Flying Eagle and a barge, with a party of 240 Sunday School pupils aboard, struck tho draw span of the bridge hero today, and both barge and steamer went to tho bottom. So far as known only threo lives were lost, though conflicting reports Indicate many moro. The threo wero nil small children, who Jumped over board. Mrs. Lynn was' caught be tween tho bridge and the boat cabin, nnd was fatally crushed. Tho steamer had Just left th wharf with (ho excursion, nnd started throuti tho draw bridge, when a log caught In tho wheel nnd smashed It. Another bargo was tied to tho pier, on which tho ndults and children Jumped as tho steamer swung slowly off. Shortly tho engine cylinder head of tho steamer blew out, nnd the steamer floated several hundred feet, turned on her side and sank, carrying tho bnrgd down with her. Mnny of tho peoplo who Jumped to the shoro at tho tlmo Immediately put out In boats and picked up those who hadn't Jumped to tho stationary barge. Chamber of Commerce will Jump Secre tary Moody Claim California is Raising all the Trouble at Bremer ton in Interest of Mare Island as Seattle, June 3. Tho Chamber of Commerce proposes to tako up tho navy department's embargo of Brem erton nnd tho Puget Sound navy yard, for the purpose of forcing tho Issuo If no satisfaction Is obtained from tho department, It will nppeal to the President. Falling there, It will mako an appeal to tho noxt congress, u bcllovcs tho hoetllo action is Inspired by California, In tho Interest of Maro Island. R Stranger Gets His Neck Broken Salt Lake, June 3. An unknown man, this noon', whilo quarreling with n man named B. Hammond, nt tho Grill Club rooms, was thrown down tho staircase, breaking his neck. He died a few minutes later. Hammond waB arrested by tho sheriff. 66c ' ' The kind you pay $1.00 and 11.26 for olsowhoro. Sco window display on Coromorcla( street. J tine IS BARGAIN AlONTH AT - 1LrtX903&m 1 ' . ss I II l.V4- Ji ,. A. Ul((y ATT TMC OLB WHITK HHCH THE ELITE CAFE 208 Commercial Strctt. Crawfish ) All served in HotTamales the most ap Cold Lunches ) petizing style ,E ECKERLEN, Proprietor Is known by the picture It takes, not by;lts!slze. Mo Camera makes better pictures than Eastman's No. 3 iFoldlntr Pocket Kodak. To Its 'combination of perfect sim plicity and compactness with adaptability to a wldo ranee of work, the wonderful success of Ihls Instrument Is due It has the capacity of Cameras triple Its bulk To those Interested we ask to call and see this marvelous Instrument If you are supplied with a Kodak, then we call your attention to our supply department, which is now flllediwlththe latest novelties In the Kodak realm. Pattons Book Store. J. M. HOWELL Cash Market In Htelner's Flab Market, State street Freeh meats oi all kinds, hams, tihould ders, bacon, lard, etc. Prompt Service Phone, Main 1401. Ball Game of the Ofi 1 ; ; CHEMAWA -". IT vs. ' WAftCO. i-sr, Thursday, Jun 4th, at 3o'cleck. ! .n Cnctrt by th Chemawa Band P -- From 3:30 to 3 p. m. C. A. A. C PARK. 'jflLfe A. I. EOFF. E. HARTLEY. NOT IN THE TRUST But for quality of our Meats, Lard and Poultry we challenge any com petitor to meet us In ex cellence Housekeepers know this. EOFF & HARTLEY MO State Street Hone 5853 Main. Salem. Oregon. CAPITAL NATIONAL Bank of 8alem. The only National ank In Marlon County. Transacts a genoral banking business, 8AVINQ8 DEPARTMENT. Pays Intorost on savings accounts, Stocks Take Tumble Now York, Juno 3. The threatened renowal of the anthracite strikes caused considernblu reaction In tho stock market this morning; tho roads affected showing a decline. Of Mutual Benefit Constantinople, June 3, Word was received hero today of a conflict be tween Montongrln and Turkish troops on tho Montegrln frontlor; n numuor being killed and wounded. "No iMarcum Murder i nai urags JackBon, Ky., Juno 3. Tho prosecu tion this morning asked tho court for permission to withdraw Its motion for a change of venue, and to hold tho trial In Breathitt county, Tho court granted tho motion and re scinded Uio order changing the trial to Morgan county. Jett and Whlto wero brought Into tho court by tho soldiers nnd turned over to tho sher iff, who warmly shook hands with thorn. Tho anti-Harris peoplo this morning nro very bitter. A volloy fired near tho Jail last night again turned out Iho soldiers. Holmes nnd the othor wltneses nro protected by guards continually. Dessert More Attractive Why uso gelatine nnd spend hours soaking, Bwcctenlng, flavoring and coloring when Jell-O produces belter results in two minute? Every thing in the package. Simply add hot water anil set to cool. It's perfection. Amir, jiriso to Uia housewife. No troublo, lew ex. yeiwe. Try it toUy. In Four Fruit Fla. yorst Lemon, Orange, Strawberry, ltuap. berry. At grocer. lOo Isiiil PUNCTURE PROOF TIRES $6.80 a Mir. Mew Departure Road Tire $6.08 a Mir with season rwraawe. The new Morrow Coaster Brake st en for $6,50 with 5 er cent off far cms. FRANK J. MOORE M Court 8t Phens SM44 T i Bp- HOW TO TELL Wfea Tfce SJgfct Im FaMiag Wkn you oasnot read a newspaper unless hold at arms length When your ye are tired after reading a while. Frequent hoad ftohee, also being able to see well in long distance aud'blurred doso by. Consult us, Wo have everything necessary for accurate Bight g, Modorn instruments and 28 years experience wo can dup Ji4e your lenses when broken. Frames repaired, Gls. H. Hiiifts. OftkiaW '- Do Your Cows Pay? There's a silver mine In few .well regulnted cows, if tho right man han dles the business end of tho affair, If you haven't looked into iho farm cream separator question yet, It's tlmo you wore doing It. Wo have plenty of Information and figures along that line, free for tho asking. If you have seen or tried separa tors of any sort, and havo failed, to see tho Shnrplea Tubular Cream Sep arator, you aro still In the dark. Call and see one on our floor, and If you're on tho market for a separa tor, wo'll gladly let you try one. Wo sell on installments, if you desire. All sixes on hand. Lono, hollow bowl. No Inner parts to wash. Qeara enclosed, run In'oli. ' Low hung milk reservoir. ' ft And every up-to-date f wturej at the price of tho standard separators. If you can't conio, drop us a line. We'll send you catalog and printed matter. F A, WIGGINS Implement House. 255-257 Liberty 8t tilim. Farm Machinery, Bicycles, Sewina MacktoM and Supplies. N. H. Burley. Sewln? Macula tjiir long as they last, dump price ' ; ; f 03 pairs ladies' shoes, kid and cloth top, tumt j ; welt soles $2.50 to S5 values, dump pricc i i It 1 oairs ladies shoes' kid and cloth fan ,-i.- , ; ; turn soles, $2.50 to 5 values, dump pricc fj' ! ! 2i2 paira ladies' kid shoes better sizes, cloth and h ! ! kid tops S3 to 5 values, dump, price 1) . . . m m - I , X06 patrs ladies line vici kid shoes, extra goodfw ; ; lace shoes $3.50 to 5 values, dump price 4,l ! ! i02 pairs ladies' fine vici kid shoes good sizcj flw kid and cloth, turn and welt soles S3 to 35 $ ; ; vuiutu, uuiiip jjiitw 55 pairs laby lace shoes, red and tan 75c valucj j j dump pricc '. '. HK. nnim fUHArnn'c cUnrt! Uinnlr k,.n J IP JH w.w. - ...-, uwo. UUUUH alia J3CJ ! ! $1.25 values, dump pricc h1 !! SQ7 pairs Misses shocs,.S1.50. to $2 values ! ! dump pricc ; ; 46 pairs Men's fine shoes worth $2 to S3 ; ; values, dump pricc ld pairs men's shoes v:wpr)h',S2 I J dump pricc ' ' '. ;; 247 pairs men's fine shoes, S3'5o to $$ aump price Z 99 pairs Boys shoes $2 values aump price 106 pairs boys shoes sizes 2 1-2 to 5 -2 worth $2 to 2.50, dump prict TERMS OF SALE STRICTLY CASH All goods fitted at the storo if desired. No exchange or moj rofundod owing to great values given and broken 11'ia ..CASH SHOE STORE Opposite the old Post Office. 303 CommerdalSli mil iBiaHHiiiiiiB!a i tun num n u n ICE CREAM Retail and wholesale Special prices mndo to Lodges, Churches, Parties, and Picnics. Satisfaction guaranteed. iacfe Minnesota Bank is Dynamited Itedwood Palls, Minn.. June 3, Tho Gold Stnhock Dank, nt Vesta, was dynamited last night, nnd 2t00 III currency nnd 20,000 In notes were taken. There May be More Coal Strike Indianapolis, June 3. Mitchell to day -Bays ho doesn't care to discuss tho probable outcorao of Uio anthra cite difficulty, but tho Mlno Workers wl)l insist that Nicholas, Fahey and Duffey be recognized as their representatives. Chicago Has More Strikes Chicago, Juno 3, The Janitors of EQ large apartment buildings struck this morning. They allege dlscriral naUon against tho union. Attempts wero made to start the laundries this morning with non-union help. It failed, because tho coal .teamsters threatened to walk out mI ' Edward Ellis. 144 8tata Ot What the Shoe Man Has. Shoes for Sprlne and Summer, shoes that fit and have qualliy of material Shoes for style, cheapness and wear Shoes that will compare with other makes. H J. OSWALT, 99 State St., Salem, Oregon. 6-12-lm AN HONEST TALE SPREADS BEST WHEN PLAINLY TOLD. In our line of SHOES we have the best shoe on the market for the raonev. We have them In any style or leather to be re tailed atthe price of from $2.25 to$5 hepalrlnir neatly done, Call and see. Jacob Vogt, 265 Com'l St. WHEAT MARKET! Chicago, 73c. Juno 3.-VhfHt GOLD DUST FU Md by THE SIDNEY POWER CO Idniy, Ortgon. Had for family uie, ui rt trocar for It Brit ul korts always on ami A. I WALN Ad Save Your Name Unless you pay your Ms will place yournaiKw Delinquent Bulletins Dead m Th VANALSTINE. M" RMrt rnllfftOMHlW1 Rbom4,2751-2C Phone miiiiw- A. R. MORGAN & W. Train Went Through Bridge. Coshocton, Ohio, Juno 3, A Penn, ayjyanla work train plunged through the' bridge, oyer tho Walhonding river this morning. Two, Italians were hur by "Jumping, and tho eugino and six cars wero completely submerged. NEW TODAY For Sale. Two new homo-mmin i,,,m Kles. Call and see them; at a bar gain. Will take phaeton in part pay on one. P" J. Larsen, 210 Lib erty street. 6.3.3t, o For Sal Very cheap, an 8-room cot tage, well furnished, at Nye Brook Address "20," care Journal, '6-2.3 !TTT r t WanUoVA. competent girl for gen eral -housework. Inquire at 188 oi reei. 3.3 (mcMoSTm Odd Lot Sale For Wednesday Only Th tremondnun nmh nt hiiRlnoAa vn had at thO ChicMv ' week lefusia lot of romnanta odd. members In hosiery d . -.w vuuo uuu uaus 01 ail KinUB 01 gOOOB, IfVU n"- r j lnnl, .ui.- . .. ... l.i .l nn.f0UrUl C'1 ""two "uitu muai o aispoeea 01 ai ono-nuu "" w value. Wednesday, tho day shirt waists, sale price tibc. 3Bc and, jOdds and ends of t" 1BC. Uuu ---- ... 4, 2Bo and 3&c yu- sizes in musUaJ! Odd lengths of calicoes "and kImo price,' hnmn mint .i ,) .' ' J ' .. i "! B"i jrw e, oaa Bliea ;-. Children's hats, primmed aauwhltajSklrU and W iramoa, quarter valuo. andnhey go lyblled, ai ieo "" Soiled and tossw wr -,. X AaX 1lnffthS Ol "" jj MIUU tt"U u..o- . -- trimmed. at 10c. 13c and 25e. Remnants of embroideries. your own price on thorn. Odd numbers In ladles' and chi dren's hosiery, less jthan half price Be, 7Hc and 10c pair. You should look through our reg ular stock. Wo are knocking com poUtora higher than a kit on pricea. Broken lines of noUons quarter - nil Itles and fauc 1W' .tf &C I3" '' iill pricea'ic, Men's slightly "?.& quarter the res - mn Ladles' dress J must befcoWreSM"1 our price. 4 . TliejqfceawstiSlfre iatlie Nortliwf1 McEVOY BR(5s., &T '" t s , f