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DAILY OAPITAIi JOURJTAX, BALDM, OREGON, FRD3AY, JUNE 10, 1005. Stockton & Co THE OLD WHITE CORNER Tireless Toilers for Trade. Great Half-Pffce Sale Of Ladies' White Lawn Shift Waists Fifty dozen White Waists frill be placed on sal at just half the formsr prices. We invite you nil to come and investigate these liberal givings. W guarantee every one to fit and trill ehecrfully exchasge them if they do not. SPECIAL SALE OF CRASH SKIRTS DUCK SKIRTS PEQUE SKIRTS LINEN SRIRTS All the latest styles in ladies' washable nnd silk Shirt Waist Suits are on Salo at Reduced Frieoa. Only a Tour of Thoso $2.08 PETTICOATS Loft. WW MURDERED THE TWO Stockton, Cnl., Juno 10. The body of Chester Maker, tho youth suspected of tho murdor of his grandmother, Mrs. Williams, at Lnncha Plana, was found this morning In tho brush half a milo from tho houso in which ho and Mrs. Williams lived. Ills head was battered almost to a jelly, and it is bcliovodi ha was first shot and then clubbed. Mrs. Williams' throat was cut Inst Mondny, nnd tho body found in bod. Tho mnt tress was slashed, tho murderer evi dently looking for monoy. Her grand son was missing, nnd was suspectod of tho crime, but tho discovery of his body this morning proves a doublo murdor was committed by somo un known person. QUIET IN MANCHURIA' St. Petersburg, Juno 10. Llnlvitch roports n Russian turning movement forced tho Jnpanoso to rotlro from Iulantzo Juno 11th, nftcr burning their supplies. Juno 12th a Hussion forco advanced from tho valley of tho Tsin river to tho vlllngo of Van Loungow, pushing back tho Jnpancso ndvancc posts. Other reports from tho front stnto tho rainy season is beginning sooner than usual, And if tho downpours continuo military operations must como to n. standstill without an armistice. VETERANS PARADE AGAIN Annual Reunion of the Old Confederate Soldiers at Louisville I First Sunday Excursion. ThoCorvallls & Knstcrn will open the xcurslon season to Newport nnd Yn- ulna Bay by running tholr first oxcur- Hon Sunday, Juno 18, 1005. Tlmo card: frnin loaves Albany nt 7 o'clock n. m., nil Gorvnllis at 8i00. Train arrives nt yewport nt 12 in., noon. Loavo New port nt OiOO p. m. Tho abovo schodulo jjill glvo tho oxcursloniats flvo hours I II1U UV1CI1. Faro to Newport nnd return: Al- any, Corvallls nnd .Philomath, $1.60; est of Philomath to Chltwood, Inclu ve, $1.00) All points west of Chit- lood, including Storrs, 70cj nil points est of Storrs, 50c. Those excursions ill bo continued ovary Sundny until 10 end of August. J. O. MAYO, tlO-Ct Qcnornl Pnssongor Agent. North Heml seems to bo taking tho lend. Sundny thoy won from Marsh field In a scoro of 3 to 2. Tho game wns closoly contested, but tho lnvicl nlo Northbondors wero too much for tho Mnrshflold boys. Money to Loan TU.OMA8 K. FORD, Over Lndd & Dush's Pank, Salem, Or. North Bend Ahead. Tho Coos Hay bnvobnll league is put- ng up good ball, from nil accounts. hero is a fine bunch of plnycrs down icro, mid many of them nro from tho illumetto Valley leuguo of last year. Shingles Best Star A. Star Shingles $185 PER JO0O. SALEM FENCE WORKS Waltct Motley 00 Court Street, Salem. PERSONA N0N GRATA Washington, Juno 10. Tt is rumored hero that our Minister Griscom to Japan will bo recalled to succeed Loom- is, as assistant secretary of state. Tho roport has it that tho Mikado request ed Grlscom's rocall. Rubbered in Vain. San FrnneUco, Juno 10. Depressed in spirit nnd empty of pocket, 20 farm ers hailing from tho stato of Washing ton, arrived this morning on tho steam er Newport from Salina Cruz, Panninn. Ovor a year ago thoy invested thiir savings in a society known ns tho Pan nma Loan nnd Improvement Company, which promised them futures in Pana ma rubber plantations. Tho man from Washington purchased round trip tick otts nnd dopnrted for Pannma, but, upon their nrrlvnl there, found fevor laden swamps instead of rioh rubbor plantations. IWllIllllMIIIIIIMHUMHIIllMHIMIlMHt RIDERS REMEMBER S That wo have tho very bost of every- S thing for tho bleyclo; do your work hotter than tho bost, and charge 5 you no more tliau tho other feldow. We havo rims nnd tires, ns well S as other rcpntrs to fit nil makes of bicycles. We always carry fresh O, & J. tires, ns we buy often. Then in slnglo-tubo tires wo have a good ft one for 4!i n pair; u better one for $0.50 nnd a thoruproof tiro for $8.00 a pair. If wo are doing your repair work rest assured that you aro getting tho best that money can buy. If wo are not doing your Jj work a chance is nil wo ask, that wo may convince you. Bicycles called for ami delivered. Give us a cull, and you will some again. 2 Uit work at honest prices. FRANK J. MOORE, Phono 301 Black. 230 Court Street. IIIIHMIWIWHHMMMMMMimHimMWMinilf Big Farado of drays. Louisville. Ky., Juno 10. "Pichtlno (.Too" Whcolor and Jefferson Hayos Davis, grandson of Jefferson Davis, riding sldo by side led tho Confederate parado this ' aft or noon, with Ocnornl Stephen D. Lee, comnmndor of tho U. O, V. A hundred thousand peoplo cheered tho veterans, nearly all of whom walked, refusing tho earrirges provided, Thoro woro about 6000 in line. t Graduation Presents There's not n question of a doubt that any young mau or young woman fgrnduato would bo delighted with the gift of a good watch a reminder Jfor yean to come of tho elver. A good watch needn't tax the pursewe've handiomo guaranteed tiuio keepers at any price you may chooso to pay between $10 and $25 Hunting a Cool Spot. St. Paul, Juno 10. Governor John sou todny wired tho President, invit ing tho pence commission to meet in tho now Minnesota capital. He sug gested that St. Paul would be n cool spot ouough for tho penco envoys. Doautlfying methods that injuro the akin nud health aro dangerous. Do boautlful without discomfort by taking Ilollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. Sun shiny fncee follow its uso, 35 cents. Stono's Drug Store ADDITIONAL PERSONALS. Mrs. W. II. Nebcrgall and Miss Lcla Hugglns, of Pendleton, nre visiting in tho city. Mrs. Wlggin'a Classes Will sketch tomorrow at Reservoir Hill. Louisville, Ky., Juno 10. The grnnd parade, probably tho most interesting fenturo of tho annunl reunion so far as tho rank nnd fllo'of tho Confeder ate veterans is concerned, took plnco today. Tho lino of "march was two miles long, nnd n novel fenturo was the countermarch to enable tho veterans to See one nnothcr. Dcsplto tho ndvnnced ngo of nil of them and tho bodily in firmities of mnny, tho old soldiers went through tho ordeal in splendid shapo, nnd mndo a bravo show as they tramped along under waving flags nnd banners, to tho music of countless bands nnd with tho npplnnso of thous ands of spectators rluging in their cars Tho principal point of interest nlong tho lino of march wns tho corner of Fifth nnd Jefferson streets, whero was located tho grand stand, from which tho pnrado was rovlowcd by city nnd county officials nnd other distinguished guests. A largo part of tho stand was sot osldo for vctcrnns who did not feel strong enough to mnrch in tho pnrado. Tho lino was led by Geif. Stephen D. Lee, commanding tho Confederate vet erans, nnd his staff. Tho first division consisted of tho Army of Northern Vir ginia, but tho fnmlllnr figure of Goner- nl Wndc Hampton, its commandor, was among the missing. The North Caro lina division came second. Then enme tho Mnryland division, tho Vlrginin division, tho District of Columbia di vision nnd tho South Cnrollnn and West Virginia divisions. Tho second section consisted of tho Trnns-MIssisslppl de partment of the United Confederate Veterans. Tho six divisions of this department In tlio order of lino con sisted of tho vctcrnns of Missouri, Texas, Arkansas, Indian Territory, and Oklnhomn, and thoso from the Pa cific division. ' After tho Trnns-Mlsslsslppl depart ment enmo tho flower-bedecked car riages of tho sponsors nud maids of honor, who camo to Loulsvillo from all over tho South under appointment of tho Confcdernto veterans. Tho car riages woro grouped according to de partments and divisions. This part of tho pnrado made n beautiful picture, and received much nppluuse. After tho sponsors nnd maids of honor camo tho lady visitors and other guests, nIso in carriages. Next In lino came tho Department of tho Army of tho Tennessee, (leuornl Stephen D. Leo's old command. 'This embraced the veterans of Georgia, Alabama, TeniicaMo, Mississippi, Lois iiinn, and Florida. Bringing up tho rear of the Army of tho Tennessco de partment nnd of tho United Veterans' part of the parado was tho Kentucky division. Immediately after It was tho seetion nsslgned to tho Sons of Confederate Veterans, who nro holding their reunion in Louisville. The vari ous camps made n good showing, many of thorn having complete uniforms In gray. A number of carriages contained dis abled veterans who desired to bo In the pnrnde, but woro not physically ible to stand tho strain of inarching. They received frequont cheers nlong tho route. When well past the review ing stand, after having completed the lino of march, the parade was dismiss ed by divisions, nnd tho veterans seattored to their stnte hoadquarters. (tM(,oSmim No Mercy S&own to Prices Dutkkg this Sale Every articlo in this progreeslvo ostabllslimont la at tho morcy of your cash; if wo only mako 2 por cont profit on an article- out it goes. Last wcok's sales wero tho biggest In tho history of our store You can buy good goods cheapor at tho CHICAGO STORE than any place in tho WlUamotto Valloy. Bead ovor carofully tho following price list. It will koop you from paying too much foryour goods olsowhero. MILLINERY. $3.50 Trimmed Chiffon Dress Hats salo prico 91.40 $5.00 Maxlno Elliott Trimmed Dress Hats, salo prico $2.00 Children's Trimmed Hats, tho latost 25c, 30c, 05c, 75c and 08c LADD3S' SUITS. $4.05 Fancy Lawn Suits, prico $3.50 $12.00 Mohair Suits, prico ....$7.50 $10.50 Bilk Suits, prico $0.00 LADIES' DRESS SKIRTS. $4.50 Mohair Dross Skirts ....$2.05 $0.50 Mohair Dress Skirts ....$3.05 $7.50 Fancy Dress Skirts .$4.50 $12.50 Accordion Plaited Dress Skirts In voiles, prico $7.50 LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS. 250 Percale Shirt Waists, 75c qual ity, salo prico 30c $1.50 Whito Lawn Waists, embroid ery Trimmod, price 05c $2.25 Whito French Linen Lawn Shirt Waists, handsomoly trim med, sale price $1.40 FINE SHOES. 100 Pair Ladlos' Kid Shoos, with patont tips, $2.25 quality, price $1.40 Children's Shoes , 25c, 30c, C5c and 08c Men's $3.50 Fine Cnlf Shoes, prico $1.85 LADD3S' UNDERWEAR. Ladlos' 15c Whito Swiss Ribbed Vests, prico 0c Ladles' 26c Whito Swiss Ribbed Vests, prico 18c Ladles' 35c Egyptian Cotton Vosts, prico 25c SALEM'S McEVOY BROS. FANCY REBBONS 72e All Bilk Taffeta Hair Ribbons, yd ..3i2c 15c All Silk Taffota Wash Ribbons, yd 10c 25c No. 40 All Silk Nock Ribbons, yd 14c 30c No. 40 All Silk Drcodon Rib bons, yd 23c DRESS GOODS AND SDLKS. 45c Fancy Mohair Drees Goods, yd 25c 76o Mohair Dress Goods, now shades, yd 49c 85o Fancy Dross Silks, yd 50c 75c Black Taffota Silk, yd 45c $5,000 worth of flno silks to select from. MEN'S FURNISHINGS. Men's 35c Summer Undorwear ..23c Men's 75c Balbriggan Undorwear 45c Boys' 10c Suspondors 5c Mon's 45o Working Shirts ...,20c Mon's Straw Hats 10c, 15c and 25c Mon's OJotos 8c, 10c, 15c, 25c and 40c WASH DRESS GOODS. 1,000 yds Fancy 7'ic Challies .... yd 3iac 15c Fancy Lawns and Dimities,. yd ,10c 8 l-3c Autrum Lawns, yd 5c 25c Fancy Voiles, yd 15c Hundreds of styles to select from. NOTIONS. Full count pins, paper lc Boot Sans Silk, ball 2c Best Spool Silk, spool 3c FASTEST GROWING 8T0BE. Corner of Commer cial and Court Streets Old Timers Gathored. Tho pioneors hnd n grnnd rounlon nt Portlnnd yosterdny, nnd tho following officers of tho Oregon Pioneer Associa tion woro elected to servo for tho ensu ing year: President, John Minto. Vlco-Prosident, Judgo M. C. George. Secretury, George II. Hlmc-s. Treasurer, Chnrlos Ladd. Kxccutlvo committee, Judgo William Galloway, Colonol Robert Miller, W. T. Wright. 'Norwich Union Fire Insur ance Society. Frank Meredith, Resident Agent. Offlco with Wm. Brown & Co., No. 129 Commercial Btroet. Furious Fighting. "For soven years," writes Goo. W, Hoffman, of Hnrpor, Wash., "I had a bitter battle, with chronlo stomach and livor trouble, but at Inst I won, nnd cured my disensos by tho use of Eloc trie Bitters. I unhesitatingly rocora mdnd them to nil, and don't intend in tho future to be without them In the house. Thoy aro certainly a wondorful modlcino, to havo cured such a bad case as mlno." Sold, under guarantee to do tho eamo for you, by J. C. Perry, drug gist, ot COc a bottle. Try them today. NEW TODAY Sentenced Nino Times. Reading, Ta., June 10. Samuol Grearson, colored, wns acquitted In tho criminal court today of tho murder of John Edwards Stouchsburg, on mo tion of tho district attorney, who said ho was unable to secure sufficient evi dence, since Mrs. Knto Edwards who wus accused of tho sarno orime, had ex onerated him. The date for Grenson's oxeeution was set nine- times. ite and JWrty Sis., mm, Ure WtJi T, w&ew?f QMrter f M Htate .tfHV " KnKnnr3GElcfc' Real Estato Transfers. R. G. nud G. M. Patterson to Chas. A. Gray, west half of lots 1, 2, block 17, University add to Salem, $2500. A. W. nnd C. L. Moser to D. A. White, lots 3, 4, and east half lot 0, block 58, Salem, $3000. M. E, Morris, ndministrator to W, J. Davis, land in Bllverton, $1300. O. M. and N. Wall to Frank Hayes, land in Cline'a add to Woodburn. $1250. That Insurance Muddle. New York, Juno 16. Superintend ent of Insurance Hemrrick said today that be had not yet submitted his re port in the Equitable matter to tho governor. Ho declined to say when tie would do so, Chairman Morton to day reiterated the etatemont that no action would be taken in regard to Hydo and Alexander until Hendriek's report was filed. SUMMER SCHOOL. The first term boclns on the first Monday in May, and continues for eight weeks. A thorough review will be given in all branches thr High the tenth grade. Address J, J. KRAPS. 4-20-tT For Sale. House nnd six lots, central ly loented, at n bargain. Easy terms. Address "H F.," Journal office. 4-18- Thco. M. Barr Successor to Barr 4 Petzel, tinner nnd plumber. Hot air water and steam heating a specialty, Salem, Oregon. 3-2- For Rent. Eight-room houso, fur nished $15 per' month North Com mercial stroot; flvo blocks from busl ness center. Address "Z.," care Journal. 0-10-3t For Salo. Thrco buggies, ono rub bor-tlred, a rubbor-tlred surrey and ono horse, weight 1000 pounds. I Jorgonson, 218 Hlght street. 6-16-3t H0U.I3TER'G Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets A Buy MfcliclM Ut Baiy Ppl. Urlajt QoUta HulU) sal Btaiwti VIr. A ip- ifle for CWlrwUon, Imllfiwtloa. lite W nd llAckahft. Jf Kooky Mountain Te la tAh. na tu.lny Trouble. MmrJe- Eoiem. 1mm, r. Ulqo.1, JU.1 Urrth, RluireUh Uarrl. lftiM. let Form, in rent & hrtv fi...iA ..... - - UoLUtrm Pica Coumht. Si,h, ivi. GULDEN NUGGETS FOB SALLOW PE0P Killed Her Six Children. Kiler, Wis., Juno 16. Crazed by Ill ness, Mrs. Paul Klass cut tho throats of her four children, aged from, six down, and then killed herself with a butcher knife. Chicago Markets. Chieago, Juna 10.-Wheat, 67 88U; corn, 63H53i oats Zl. Stato Land Board. The state land board held a long ses sion today and considere somo of the matters investigated by the recent Ma rion county grnnd jury. Tho circuit court will sit July 10th, and it is ex pected that the parties Indicted for state land frauds will then appear nnd bo arrnigned. Their trials will prob ably go over to the fall term of court. - r Torture of a Preacner. The story ef the torture of Rev. O. D. Moor, pastor f the Baptist church, f Harpersrllle, N. Y., will interest you, us aays: "I suffered agonies, beeauss of a persistent cough, resulting from grip. I had to sleep sitting up in uea. i iriea many remedies, without relief, until I took Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption Coughs nnd Colds, which entirely eured my cough, and saved me from consumption." A gramd cure for diseased conditions of Throat and Lungs. At J. C. Perry's Drug Stere. Price 50c and $1.00, guar anteed. Trial bottle free. II MARRIED. CUMMINGS - CnADWICK.-At the residenco of Charles McAllister, In this city, Wednesday, Juno 14, 1905, Miss Gertrude Chadwlck to W. Al son Cummlngs, Rev. W. S. Gordon officiating. Bicycle Repairing We have a fall stoclc of Tires, Rims and Parts of Bicycles. Wheels called for and delivered. Hatise Bros Props. Salem Gun Store .