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LTLY CLOUDY, LIGHT RAIN
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fa SNO WTUiuuxn.
T77Q EDITIONS DAILY, AT 230
A W WT' WV Mi A -W-W--'M T - , - ft M. AMD 4100 ft I
jAILYfiAjmEAL JOURNAL.
P. M. AND 400 P H.
h
BAI-EMOBSaON, SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1000.
NO. 18.
HOSE
GREEN
GAYNOR
TRIAL
SAVED
FROM
WRECK
FINED
DISTRICT
ATTORNEY
TALKS
BACK AT
HUBBY
TO BUILD
ISLAND
RAILROADS
RUSSIAN
TROUBLES
if-
W, r.!i.rsl'rg, Jan. 20. The rebels
lfll Batoum. Qtiria nad Poll Imer
U. Tlo governmont Is sending
jOjH OL'l n -r. "
t TCrl'WC'-1 "llB swuiurs, mo Bt
i
Icing tin trustworthy, '..inevneh
coming ?o tliww im auvisauuuy or
ctricg tl" ftfmy 1 Manchuria until
cxt jtr.
Besetted by tho Maine. x
vn Ytk- J"8 SO. The liner
IfiiD'1 t" brougnt an neoeunt si the
jcwu-' .it :' "' to oaptaln nnd- crew
If il s ' rrr Kipling, January 11th.
th Kipi1' l't Liverpool for New
n.ihia fr a cargo of fish. Sho
'led to put baok wlion tho storm
holt, li'1- little vomoi was unable to
!nJ I' When tho Maine appeared
be first tat was orushod, 11 of the
iphug
't crew going into tho sen. They
Ml reach tho wreckage until tho
, i . .. mi - -in-ii....
td I'.it appeared. Tho Kipling
.pent JO days crippled at im be
for tho rescue.
To Keep jApa Out.
IliA!'irnll, 1ml., Jan. Mr-The
Lie wt'rkorg adopted) a resolution this
itsisg K-lvocating the employment of
lulor in the construction of
lattontincntal railroads. It voted to
l a memorial to oongreos expressing
IU Miff that tho exclusion net should
i extended as to keep out all Jap
nl Korean laborers, other than
bote exempted by the present net.
-o
Busy Firing Middle.
.Unspoilt, Md., Jan. SOr-Tho oourt
Mrtisl of Cadet Charles M. Jones, of
l own
, w.is c-nelu'lul to1ay. Tho oourt
Mchfl a verKrt in ten minutes, and
djcancl un'tl Monday.
ncAGo
JPJQMESJBARCKAMMOVr$& ..
Sitongex and Mote Powerful
Than "Evet
TL rlicdfjo Wore starts l&M with tho groatott array of bargains that
wu er shown by any houo in Salwu. Wo are oleariag the sholvos,
iMUag r-ady for our spring good. Avail yourselves of this golden op
jwftuB. Buy at the Chisago Store that always saves you money.
14 m
ladies' J!fc Corset Oevorti' priee 8
ik Lo Trimmed Owsot Covers 84c
I.. J5 Cambric Drawers.. Stc
5e t ai..l.rio Drawors, laeo trim
.1 prite e
V i au.l.rje Nightgowno, tucked
48c
4 Hamburg HmUroWcry, yd Vt0
lx lUmburg Hmbroldory, y4. ..8c
lw J . l rAidcvy. Vk I. wkU.'j'd 10c
V r,rt Cover Iwtaelekry, 80
yd Mc
Tt.r.,1 Lec, ihk In. wide, yd.
T P rwaB Ptannol Kimonas. .Me
TJ Outjng PIammI Nightgowns 48c
7S tKt ug PUnaol Undorskiita 40e
.' lx Embroidered Collars Se
e Fxy Embroidered Collars. .5e
0Y YOUR 8IIJK AT THE Oin
OAGO BTORB
ui Bolts, half prise
10c, Ific, 98s
W Sboppmg Dee ....Iffo and 28c
II Comforts, aala priea 60s
fcets at Sdo prloeo.;
38c, 45o and 78e
He Wrappoi- Flannolette, yd.
"' .......8130
TH S'andard Oollso, yd 8e
81J Hecvy Oxaab Toweling, yd 5c
nute Towels, oale prieo .,..4e
ttr oiwa at sroall prieea.
l-rru'a 25o Undorwear 10o
18e Black 0toeklng....0e
Ud-e' 2J Heavy Pleeoed Hoeo
T j ' " . . . 1" Vs a
Jffl" Heavy 75e Union Suits 40c
Torehoa Laeo, 3 in, vrido,
;..4
Jf Wool Walst8.,.,nalf Price
"i' 75 Silk Gloveo, aU col
.f. Pur ... 48a
' 8 H. S. White Hdkfa...2c
g 49 Working Skirts 35c
Satem'sGeatestGowiflgStofe
IcEVOY BROS.
(Four O'Cloek Bdltion.)
Savannah On., Jnfi. o. The mv-
ernment'e attorney, outlined the mm
of the government la the Oroen-Oayner
ease before the jury this morning. He
said Green and Oaynor puffed up Cap
tain Carter Young, an officer freeh from
West Point, HNtil he bettered ho was
equaled in ability by none in the coun
try. He likened to their tehemes anil
borrowed their money until ho, wm
owned by them body and tool. The
two secure) enormous appropriations
for tho harbor, so they could have big
ger sums from wbieh to pilfer, and
were able to do so by the aid of their
tool. Carter And they got the eonlraet
by Carter's unfair aid.
Charged With Bribery.
(Four O'Cloek IWitien
Taooma, Jan. M. Pred T. Sherman,
VrJZ l11 AMi
w"9 "led thiK afternoon on a war
rant eharging him with giving a bribe
of WWO to inyr a. P. Wright, of Tn
eemn. Ilia arrest caused a sensation.
It eomos as the outcome of a long fight
again graft in connection with street
paving.
Old Lxatl Mark Burned.
Pittsburg, Jan. W. Plre destroyed
the old olty hall and rtmrket this mora
ing. Loos 1M,WK).
o
To Amend Loeol Option.
An initiative petition has been filed
to amend tho looal option law by the
Afreet veto of the people. It has the
roqulred 7900 voters' signatures.
o
MulUionuli's Bxpouoe.
lai.llMi Ia Im aiMlaiMatit 41Iai1 I It I
morning with tho seerelary of state
the expenses of Multnomah county for
last year wore $270,001 40.
SmRB
Men'a 48a Wool Glove 8S
Indies' Heavy 78c Vales Suits 49c
Men's 78c Hoary Leather Qtorea
$1 Sweaters, sale price.... ....48c.
THE OraOAQO STORE TOR
DRBBS GOODS
Man's 10c Heavy Gray Sx.,...4e
Man's 48 Heavy F4eft lmtor
woar .lie
Mou'a $1 Pcit Hals 4fc
Boys' lie Overall Sis
Man 'a flic 8 oa. Blue Jean Over
alia 80c
Mob's $1J Pants, sale price.. 78c
Moa's 1.40 Paato, sale price.. 08c
GREAT BARGAINS IN LADIES'
SUITS AND COATS.
Boys' $3.50 Suits, sale priee.. $1.75
Moa's $8 Suits, salo pris....$4.76
Ladies' $8.26 Drcaa Sheea. ...$1.90
Men's $8 Drosa Shoes $U8
Childreofl Bioeo, up from 23e
Men's lOo Rubber Collar 3c
Boys' lOo Suspenders, pair 6e
75e Unlaundored 8hirU, linen bos
oa, prieo M)e
INDIES'
88.50 RAIN
PRICE 8100.
COATS,
75c Lace Curtains, pair 30a
Whlto Cotton Batts, roll 5e
Best Saxony Yarn, skein 3c
10a Shetland Floss, skein 7c
Best Spool Silk, spool 3c
Ladies' $3 Rainy Day Skirts,. 81.45
'82 Fur Nock 8arf a 05c
$5 Butterfly Drosa Sklrta. ... .2.75
Children's $-4-50 Jackets $.50
cWdtfstt
(Peur O'eloek Edition.)
SH Lake. Jan. 80,-Aftsr ilirhtlni
his way through sow drifts the truck
walker in Bearer eanyon succeeded in
stopping the Oregon Short Line train
No. 8, tho Butte express, in the nick
of time, from plunging into a slide of
rocks an trees. Tho worst btlmmrd
experienced hero in years, aceompft
led by thunder nnd lightning. Idgltt
nlng sirnek the power sous hero, prob
ably fatally burning Thomas (floeelbe
electrical engineer.
Tor Cutting Cevernmejit Timber.
(Pour O'Cloek Bdltlen.)
Holona, Mont., Jan. 10. Judge Hunt,
of the federal court, today fined Mows
Burke, MeBride, Useen ami Ahltn
$00 ia the first two instances and $10
in the latter two. They were charged
with cutting timber on government
lands, lfamor H. Cnee, of MIssomIo,
imlletodl on a similar charge, was or
dored l f4oal Monday.
Bonaparto and rolk At Boaquot,
Itoetoa, Ma, Jan. 0. Tho annual
banquet of the Boston Merchants' w
soolation, which will be hold this ov
ening, promioos to bo of mora than or
dinary latereot, owing to the foot that
Secretary of tho tfavy Bonaparte and
Governor Polk of Mleeoori will be the
principal guwts of honor on that ocea
nlon. Both arc on tho program with
addresses an4 much InUreit Is mani
feotod conoorning the nature of thoir
remarka.
AGENT
WOULD
SWEAR
(Four O'Cloek Iidltlon.)
Washington, Jan, MK The Pridmt
today ma)e public the corresponds
with W. H. Mackcy, prerident of the
Mackay ISaglncering Company, of New
Tor, in which Maekay says bla repre
sentative on the Isthmus li witling to
eeme home and testify aa to the falsi
ty of the reports of mlomanogomont by
neverameat eaginecrc.
o
Mahout, Net Chaurfeur.
(CWeage Tribune Speeiai)
Mark Twain haa sol rod a national
problem. He haa found a substitute
for the moat mallgnetl and unpro'
neunoeaUo word in tho new 'anguage
of automoblHag chauffeur. This vmii
which he declares is mI4 la nine differ
ent ways, all of them wreng, be would
I lllifflliutli SUbsft aAmIaMuIi HiuaLai-I t$ la
lie place.
Mark Twain aanoeacjse bis tUacorery
in a letter te linruer's Weekly, to
which this anciattcm la a prefaces
"Scarcely had Watshmwn Powler
taken his poet at the gte when a pro
cession of airange erentnres anearl
" 'Haiti Who gees tkeref ejaoulst
e4 the -watchman. M'hea at tM negru
approach ed, laboriously IcsWUng a thin
bowlefgccl goat.
" 'D4 beak beast is 04c Jraeeides,
sua,' expklned the goat's mahout.
Prom 'Deal the IteJUog,' In the
Times."
When I read it," the letter says
"I reeegise wh a tkrW that the
right word bad been found at last
I mahout. The 'mobile, that majestic
devil, that impressive devil, is our ele
pkaat, he is ia a, class by himself, Uk
the Jungle meaaroh te be his master
pilot and aAmpcUer is a pest of sol
own and awful dignity and danger, and
it dees seem to me that the measly
word 'ahanffeur' dees net properly I
the oeeupant of it. Chauffeur is a good
aneueh word when strictly confined to
its modest andi rightful piece as you
wiU see by what LUtre says about it.
I translate: 'A chauffeur is the nrcr
p on the street corner, peanut Toaster;
in Bagllsh, stoker.' A good enough
word, yea sec, In Ha own place, but
when wo eeme te apply it to the ad
BHral of the tbunsVeas 'mobile or of
the inigbty elephant wo realise that
it is iaedeqaate. No, stoker is not
the thing, chaffeur is sot the thing,
mabeet is the thing mahout is the
word wo seed. Besides, there Is only
one way of saying maheet, whereas
there are siae ways of saying ehauf-
feer, and sone of thea right. With
over increasing respect, dear sir, aa the
ages roll on, I am yours,
(Pour O'Cloek Edition.)
Denver, Jan. W.-Dltrlct Attorney
Sttdter wan Asm .4M0 far M.iMt
ootrt today by Judge Johnson, ami or-
jfi sent to jail until the fine was
pfki. The judge neensed the attorney
of complicity with gamblers In remev-
I lnt their caeca from his oourt, and per
mining their release on a technicality.
. ..t.-.-,.
I AsplnwAll-MeHlten Wedding.
Kow York. Jnn. M.Mr. Lloyd As
idtwaU. r great-grniKlson of the late
Wljllnm H. Asplawnll, after whom
Anlnwall, the eastern terminus of tho
JUllrond rroeeing the iethmus of Pan
rank, nnd completed in 1988. wan Mntd
ami Mbs Bewde Moulton, youngest
daughter of Mrs, Arthur Julian Moul
ton, and a great-granddaughter of the
lftU
tkift
Moses Taylor, were married) here
morning nt the Church of the In
earnaticm. Mies May Moulton was her
mVUr's maid of honor, and M1m Con
stance Pratt, Mb Adelaide Baylls,
MS Loulso Vanderboof, Mios Annie
IAIngWfll and Mies June Lewis noted
aa'ln-ideemnlfbi. Stanton Whitney, Ceo.
M Kobbe, Carlton Bunes, nimerten
ApmHrong and Howar Marshall ""0;" ;; "" !TT
many was followed by a reception at
the hones of Mrs. Moulton on Piftb
avjenue.
Hoping for Clemency.
Annapolis, Md., Jan. SO. Recent
events have eaueed something liko a
panic among the midshipmen at the,
naval ncademy who have reason to fear
to bo disciplined for violating tho rules
ngn.net baaing. It Is said that an of
fort has been mado te Intercede in be
irnlf of tho guilt)' middies and to in
dure tho President to treat tho effond
era.wltb clemency, when their conduct
m oftloinlly Investigated.
i n
To Keep, tho Old Btiip.
Washington, Jnn. 80. The Mam-
chusctts petition for the preservation
of the old ship Constitution was ex
hiblted te the President at the White
House this morning in the presence of
Admiral Dewey. Snooaer, who was al
so present, said the navy should have
a new Constitution) which shserf be
the strongest warship In the world. The
Presldttat slapped Spoouer on tho bask
and n!d "buJIy."
. ii. 0 1 1 i -
Hoods in California.
(Four O'clock Bdltienj
Santa Ores, Cal., Jan. 80. Ths broad
gauge was unable to get out any trala
until neon oa account of twe mites of
trunk being under water at Laguaa.
l'astssagprs were trsftsferred by hand
ear. Freight and1 pas owner trains are
on cash side of ths need! district.
The Lome. Prists mill, at Hlnekicy
rreek wan washed away, ths damage
Ifing about $St).00fl.
Ae You
OUR
The Crooked Creek Mining Co.
HAVE NEARLY EXHAUSTED THE BLOCK ALLOTTED FOR
SALE AT 3 1-2c. THE PRICE WELL BE ADVANCED TO
5c PER SHARE JANUARY 20TH, 1 906.
WE HAVU IN THB CROOKED CREEK PLACER MINE 153 ACRES OP PATENTED PLACER GROUND
CONTAINING 2,500,000 CUBIC YARDS OF GRAVEL, AVEEAOING 480 PER CUBIC YAED, WHICH WILL
HANDLE AND SAVE THB GOLD AT A COST OF 80 PER CUBIC YARD, HANDLING 1000 YARDS PER
DAY. THIS STOCK WILL PAY A DIVIDBND OP ABOUT 20, AND BE SELLING TOR 950 WITHIN 12
MONTHS.
THIS PROPERTY IS FULLY EQUIPPED WITH HYDRAULIC ELEVATOR AND BVBRYTHINa NEC
ESSARY FOR NEXT SEASON'S RUN. WE ESPECIALLY RECOMMEND THIS STOCK TO OUR CLIENTS
AS ONB THAT WILL MAKE MORE THAN 200 PER CENT IN SIX MONTHS. "WRITE OR WIRE RES
ERVATIONS FOR A BLOCK OF THD3 STOCK AT ONCE. IF YOU ARE NOT 8ATLBFIED WITH YOUR
INVESTMENT AT THE END OF BIZ MONTHO, WB'WILL CTHEERFULLY EBFUND YOUR MONEY.
THE J. C. LEE
337
Trenton, N. J Jan. 20. The answer
of Mrs. Lillian M. Duke to the divorce
preceding of James M. Duke was filed
this morning. It dtonied the charges of
wrong doing, and alleges Infidelity on
the part of Duke, and charges him with
cruelty, desertion and mtUloicus
dor.
Army Burgeons' Needs.
Washington, D. CL Jan. 10. A
mi Use representing the American
Medical aseecMtion nnd consisting of
Dr. O. A. L. Heed of Cincinnati, Dr,
William J. Hodman of Philadelphia nnd
Dr. Wililrtm H. Welch of Johns Hop
kins is in this olty nt present in the
interest of puro feed loglsintlon nnd
for tho purpeso of appearing before
tbe house military committee In be
half of tho 1411 to increase the modi
oal department of the army. It will
bo urged that the bitter measure is of
prime importance in maintaining tho
efficiency of the military force of this
country. It will be shewn In tbe hear
ing baforo tho eemmittee that there
is great need of ndtelur le tho eotn
taue ami under aeon condition as
will attract te the corps the graduates
of medical schools who are not now in
cline! to enter tho medical department
since promotion Is bound to be slow.
Big Elevator Returnee Work.
St. Joseph, Mo Jnn. SO. -The big
Harroun grain elevator at Istweed,
Kns., en tho other side of tho river,
waa reopened for business today. It
Is operated by William Xaek of Chica
go and W. H. Ferguson of Lincoln,
Nob., two of the leading grain men of
tho west. Tho elevator baa been re
built am) Improved machinery in
stalled at a cent of $80,0M. The ok
voter had been damaged by a seme
storm In May of met year and had to
be placed out of sommlisloa. It was
found that It would be more advan
tageeus to put ia new and Improved
machinery than merely te have tbe old
mnesdnery repaired. The original cost
of the structure was more than $100,
000, and ll capacity le over half a
million
Will Qe te the Hague,
(Peur O'eJeek Hditlen.)
WVUngtcvn, Jan. I0vIt Is
an
nsuiiisd that the Amor lean
te The Hague will be Joseph Chaste,
General Porter and Judge Ross, of Lit
tle Reek, Ark. There tmy be mere
appointed If Itcteeln sends a smr dele
gatlos.
Marriage Licenses,
Two mnrrisRe llesnssc
this nfterneen as foUewei Lnura
Krng al David K. Osieer and Iiursl
Gesr and 9Hbu K. Howard.
all Done at 3x?
SALE OK THE STOCK
STAfE STRECT, SALEM, OREGON
Washington, Jan. 80. Two bids
received and opened this morn
ing for the construction of tho Philip
pine railways. Now Yorkers associated
With the Interimtiennl Banking Csr
poratlon offered to build the lines in
Pansy, Kogree and Cebu, with the gov
ernnjent's guarantee of four per cent
in tercet on N per cent of the total
coot for 80 years. One hundred miles
are to be oemMmeled each year until
completed, J. 0. While & (X to bo
constructors, Bpeyer & Co. of New
York, offered to build 300 miles in Lu
son, ami take over the oxlstlng Manila
& DflgupnnLnegag lino, 198 miles long,
with n government guarantee of four
per centon OS per cent of tho total cost
for 30 years.
0--i ii
D. A, R, Building At Jamestown.
WfasWngton, D". C, Jan. 80-Tlio
Daughters of tho American Revolution
are making every effort to raise n
largo fund for the erection of a flno
memorial building nt the Jamestown
exposition. Although the plan baa en,
ly been suggested n short time age,
liberal contributions for tho purpose
of erecting sush n building have been
received and It in expected that in n
comparatively short time rmflieleut
funds will be subscribed te secure the
realisation of the proposed plan, Mrs.
DennbV, Melen, the, president goner
al of tho order, haa sent out a request
le the various state divlslonn of tho
order, to instruct tho various state
chapters te arrange entertainments for
tho benefit of tho building fund of
ContlnAntal Hall throughout tho V. 8.,
the entertnlnmonta to bo held on Wash
ingten's birthday, February 88, Many
favorable and enthusiastic letters on
tho sultjeet have already been received
and the greatest interest In tho pro
jcet Is manifested not only amongtho
I). A. K but also among other patriot-
ocs c J8AvT ePW sj jcs" jnsn
Starting for Automobllo Raoos,
Minneapolis, Minn., Jan. 8Kb The
Minneapolis automeldliete who will at
tend tbe Mg Dayten-Ormend Beaeh
mess In Florida, wlH start from 'bora
this evening in a spesinl train, whlek
will tab them utmiwVt te the ever
giadkw ano) wilt bring them baok about
February 1. The special train will sen
smt of ten cure, five of which will bv
steep om, one a club car, one n dining
ear, trwo baggage ears and one leeeme
tlvc
Chinks Aro Kept Moving,
Okloage, Jan. 80.-The Ohinftse tern-
Imnwsiwrs rwissu ins siosK yards thw
mersdng, nnd the MeCormlek harvester
weskc this afternoon. There will be a
SBe'wSjS VfWrfec .
Ohioago Markets.
Chicago, Jan. 80. Wheat,
87 corn. 481UM6!.; oats,
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