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TONIGHT AND TUESDAY.
LAILYCTAL journal
btxvi.
iTTACKS
TOOZE IN
YAMHILL
Salem Correspondent prints
LiSt Of KeFUDI ICanS
a Who Lead Fight In That
City WCrC lUmCa UOWn
for Mayor and Postmaster
1
r
Tho enlr BpuWIoan paper la this
tougrcssionnl district that in putting
op a Mil? personal Jignt against wni
ilo for tho Republican nomination
for Cengrc is tho Newberg Graphic
tlid c-lltor of that paper LAYS
ID BLAME FOR NOT OETTINO A
TERM AS POSTMASTER
NEWBBRO AT TIED DOOR OP
.TOOZE, Tooeo ia n frlond of tho
who g'-t the office instoad of the
of the Oraphle.
Th last Graphic hna taken about
tiro pap devoted to Mr. Tooae, with
hrocv't'i'n letter front Salem signed
'Muion tuunly," that seems te be
c!M in the Interact of Prof. Ilnw
r, WHO 18 TID3 ONLY MAN WHO
1ULD BBNBHT BY THJB rUBLX
kTIOX, The Journal will not print
iufT er almllnr etuff a boat any
ttnnt, bernuM it believe la a
tffttly campaign, eo that it ean rap
id gd) faith ua any Republican
Mor nil ntl.l be aide te do, the He
limn nominee, no waiter who he
.y 1, an ia the Intention of the
(Journal Whether it br Tooxe, Haw
r or HuMon, tho nominee should mnke
Ekt campaign In such a way n to
jjUvo tho cordial support of other ge
Itkp-.en who seek the semination.
Stick to Record and Prlnolplee.
Tk?:ra g k Into this attack oVi
PlJlbfU a3M uK'Jts
Prices Cut to tie Quick
LOOK CAREFULLY OVER
THIS PRICE LIST
It KtU give yoM aa idea of how we are eeJIJng gooda at this time of the
Jr, We are doiag the btisiaoftf. We kaow we have to give yea good
pwJi at lower prises than other stores toko)yowreonfidonooaBd trade
The Chicago Store always foremost for the beet bargwiaa.
lMit' I5e Corset Cevere 6
iS Lace Trimmed Corset Cov
ns , iU
Uvli1 S5e Cambria Drawers... Uk
sm brie Drawers, lee trim
" f; at coot eeeoteeeeese
'it t ambrie 'ghtgowa8 tuekodi
, t8c
JS" Hamburg Smbroldary, yd 3Vj
10 Hamburg Bmbrotdery, y4..t
18 Kmbrolttery, in. wide, yd
, 10
ifc t ort Caver Bmbroidar,', 80
is- wido, yd Me
$ Thread Lace, 3 in. wide, yd
3Vi
He IVraiaa Flannel Kimenas..30e
T5 vt.ag PlaBael Nightgowaa 4o
76 (hiUag Plaanel UBderakirta tP
i' 10 Ewbroidered Collars 3e
Pancy Babreiderod Collars 5
BUY YOUR fULK AT THE CHI.
OAQO STORE
Lbli?
Belts, half price
10c, 15c, Mc
0 boopping Bags ....lSeaa 9C
1 mforts, sale price, 00e
nktts at sale prjees
. Sac, 4f Tie
12lKe Wrapper Flannelette, yd 8 14c
JHc Standard Oallee, yd....3iic
M-3c Heavy. Orosk Toweling, yd
-. 5e
White Towel?, sale price.... 4c
Better ones at jsmall prices.
iWrea'e 25e Underwear 10
Jec 18c Black 8teek.Bga. . . ,9c
uiw' 23c Heavy Fleced Hese
T ISe
Heavy 75c UbIob Suite 40o
Torehoa Lace. 3 ia. wide,
y 4e
Wool Waists..'.". Half Price
Salem'sGfeatestGifowiflgStofe
WcEYOY BROS.
-
Toozo, Tho Journal will say that It'bos
no tlmire to print one wdrd that It
would Hot say to the face of any as
pirant for congress, or Wore any au
dience of Republicans or TUmrmrntn or
jcltiena of any party In Oregon. LET
ALL BE FRANK AND FAIR AND
JUST AND QOOD NATURED, bo
cause any other kind of pro-primary
' .....,(- II I l t i ii ... . . ..
principle f0r which Republican t,i
nn wm. involve the prosperity and
'progress of tho state and nation. In
gjj j e QrapUU prints 'net one
ri.u.riV'.T,J,i".l'"..L: r
I wvim v& Huwiivn w use iNHn
I est of the party, or the faithful ndve-
"r l wiib f the priaiPie
I of Ropublleaniem, ia nearly every coun-
j ty and city ami village of Oregon for
tho pat twenty years. He is amused
of tMt supporting one man onee for a
eounty onlee, bat as he nominated that
man in the county eonvention, ntnl sup
xtioi him at the polU, tkeilnlng for
bimaelf the poeition of state aeaater on
tho ticket, that this man might win
and only declined to impport him for a
second term, beeanse of Woken prom
itM. THAT 18 A BETTER RECORD
THAN Tim AVBRAOE aeUre JUjmb
llean leader has in thia state. Prom the
standpoint of a record of good, faith
fnl work for tho RefHWlea party in
Oregon Mr. Toooe need not be afraid
to go on tho Mump wit'k nny of the
ap inuKs suit plead bU own oaoe. Will
they do that nrtd leave it to tho poo
plef Not maek. Their reeord wilt not
eemparo favorably wkk Tooao's.
la It IlAwley VermM Teote?
The Oraphle atlaeklag Toom and
booHing for Hawley will probably be
nt all over tho diotriet, and baa big
headllnon aa follews: "TOOZE IN
MARION COUNTY M08T OF THE
rROMTNBNT REPUBLICANS ARE
A0AIN8T inM VILL BE BEATEN
IN IDS HOME COUNTY BY 10OO
VOTES." There is tboa priated. , list
of Senatora and. Representative who
are proclaimed aa being opposed to
Tooao for eongreM, and by infer
(Continued on Fourth Pace)
Ladiea' 7c Mlk OIovm, all eel
era, pair 48e
lMm So If. 8. Wblte lldkfa..ie
Men's -IPe Working Shirts.... W
Men's toe Wool (Doves.. SS
Ladies' Heavy Too Union 8ulU.4c
Mea'a Toe Heavy Leather Gloves
.. Mc
$1 fiweatora., ..4fct
THE CinaAQO STORE FOR
DRESS OOODS
Men's 10-J Heavy Gray Sox. ...4e
Mea'a 40c Heavy Flossed Un
derwear .....Mc
Mea'n $1 Folt Hats 4
Boys' 30c Overalls Me
WoeieCeMaa' BSTHAROD ILNN
Mea'a 65o Sor, Blue Jean Over
alls 80c
Men's $1.36 Pants, sale prise.. 75c
Mea'a $1.40 Pants, eale priee..08c
GREAT BARGAINS IN LADIES'
SUITS AND COATS
Boys' $3.50 Suits, eale price. .$1.7
Men's $8 Suits, sale prlee....$4.75
Ladies' $.S5 Dress Bfeees....$1.34
Mea'a $3 Drosa Shoes $1.8
Oaildrea'a Shoes, from ....ttc up
Mea's 10a Rubber Cellars Sc
Boys' 10a Suspeadors, pair 5
75e UBlaundried Shirts, liaea
bosom M
LAJJIES' 38.50 RAIN COATS,
PRIOE $4.00
75 lace ourtaiss, pair 39c
Whit Cottos Batta, roll 5
Best Saxony Yarn, skein....... 3e
lOe Shetland Floss, skela 7e
Best Spool Silk, speel 3c
Ladies' $3 Raiay Day Skirts $1.45
$3 Fur Neck Searfa 95e
$5 Butterfly Dreee Skirts ....$8.75
Children's fl.50 Jackets $8.50
cttS
SALEM, OBEQON,
PANIC
IN NEGRO
CHURCH
Cry of Fire Causes Hush for
Stalrway--I8 Tramped
to Death
(Poor O'Cleek Bdltien.)
ladespWn, Jan. M. A wild nam
following a low) ahottt f "flrel"
brought deaik to 18 eolofod' poraoaa
ami taejorioa to imriy two-sooro of
the kut night ia St. Paul's Eaptlsk
eimwa a the went aide of JWgktk
4eet,betwoa Poplar siroet and Oirard
aveeme. The torribie num to gait tho
sireet was of brief duration, and tfmt
more wwe not kllhjd ia due to tho fet
tlmt the ebwroh wax not erewdod.
At the Uhm the Kater occurred,
not mora than 900 person were em 4ho
mo)d rloor of tho lmlbMag, which,
with th gallery, wa capable of no
oomodMing 0 to 7O0. The lire waa a
trifling one, and waa oxtiagoish-! be
fore tho firemen arrived. Tho amoll
of mnoke added to the panic, and
pito tbo koroic' work of Kev. Mr. Job
sow, paotor of Um ehweh, who tried
hs vaia to allay tie feara of tho fright
owed wowMpporw, tho torror-ekiekoN
people nendti a desperate rnak U leave
Uto elwrek, only to bo choked upon
tho narrow stairway.
Those ia the rear leaped over tho
prostrate forma of those who fdl, ami
when too roek waa over, 18 lay dead on
the first floor and atftira of tho build
ing. Death in .warty every ease waa
due to tmffecatloR or trampling.
Tho d4natf occurred while a eotleo
tioa waa Ixdng taken up. Tho paator
had jttt eoaeluded Ma sermon, the'
text of wMoh waa "Way ait we htro
until wo duel"
National Fanolers' and Breodera' Ex
fcibition.
Chicago, 111 Jan. St. The tenth aa
nual oxklbition of the National la
eiera' ami Breeders' AaaoeiaUea epoaed
here today with remarkable iiucciwis.
It la admitted that the present exhi
bition ia the lorgost and meet later-
eating over held by the aaseclatioa.
The eatris are more numoroua thaa
over before, and the character of the
exhibit fox above the ordinary aver
age displayed at seek twew. The most
prominent breeders and fanciers of
poultry, pigeoaa, eats and pet stock
are represented ia tb oxbibltion, Tho
lwt of prisw is larger than ever, and
all elawuM have been UberaHy provid
h1 for, Beaidea poultry, idgeoaa and
pet animals, many kinda of feed, inou
bators, appUaneeu used la poultry raw
ing, etc., will be oa exhibition during
ike week of the show.
Willing to Trado Proflta.
Ia old times the railroad- la Baatora
( Oregon sold no tickets, the eottduetaM
taking the fares ia cask. Oa tMa aide
i of tho mountain k waa different. t Rot
over east it got so bad that the mao-
jagor of tho O. Jt. & N. Co, oooo pee-
.peewit to taka the salary of oe popu
lar conductor and ia return give him
tho profifas of the whole road, but he
'wowbkft't do it Bill Andersen, a Sa
ltan ealooa keeper, saya ko waU to
,do eometbiag like that with bis bar
keepers, take their waga and lot them
have tho profitd of the saloon, aad they
,wot do it. Bvidoaly the sale
buaiaa is ot at the top noteh ju
sow.
Minister's Body Arrives in Halifax.
HaUfax, N. a, Jan. St. The British
battleship Dominion, carrying the body
of Mr. Prefoataiae, the Oanadiaa mla-
istor of marine aad fisheries, wke died
while on a visit to France, arrived
there today, audi was reeaived by the
! authorities with Impressive honors. All
J the" flags were at half-mast, whoa tho
battleship arrived is the harbor. Tte
headd of the provincial government re
ceived th body, which was brought
ashore in a launch. The body was
taken to ho municipal building, where
it will lay ia state until tomorrow. A
reception will be tendered the offieer
of the Deraiaien this evening,
o
For County Treasurer.
Tho samee of Boat. Pattes, of Mao
leay; Robert Witsel, of Toraer, aad
Was Smith, of Tarser, are belag men
tioned for tho office of eounty reaur
er. To Foreclose Mortgage.
M. ChristeBsea vs. Eioin Arnold aad
Charka ArnoM ia the title of & suit for
tho foreclosure of a mortgage, filed in
tbo clrc-.t ccurt tha morning.
2
MONDAY, JANUARY 22, 1000.
STORMS
IN THE
EAST
Trains Delay ed, Thermometer
t Says 16 Below and
t Growing Colder
Hilrago, Jan. tt,-Thla city ia prac
tically imiated by a sicet storm. Toio-
phooe and telegraph wiree are fown,
ad commuoieaUen mt and soutb ia
tjrokea entirely, and the west Is nearly1
a bad. Transportation is domond
Klevatod tralno were entirely otop
bed at aa early hour, and tho aurfaeo
llMM MA Unrttlt Bttnaniit In kart.lln
The throngs seeking te reach tho birf
aoM district, and' there warn a num.
or of seeidHtn. A crowded suburban
Iraia ow tho Ohieago k Westorm Indi
mi waa Mt by a awitok eagino, a.l
many wore injured.
Hoary Tog in New York.
New York, Jan. tt.-Tk4a oiby ad
hho ewtlro eoaat ia enveloped in fog.
There wore aovend eoliletoa, both of
elvatde fcnrfiM and ferry boata, but
no one was hwt.
All Trail are Lato.
9t. Paul, Jan. tt. -Trados are from
0o to to bourn mto, both oaat and
wost. It m ate degree below aero,
and growing eeltW. HueineM ia do
moraliaed. "
i Sixteen Below in Nebraska.
Idneola, Nok, Ja. $ It is 10 do
grett beltfw aero okreugkeut the state,
and growing ooldor, with a gale from
th north.
Tlieeretioal ts, rractioal Knowledge.
It is a matter of common knowledge
tbst there nro many shrowil practieal
mon who will not employ men of high
technical attainments. They oealv
stato that they prefer draughtsmen
and managers who have very little,
if any selentlfle knowledge of engi
neering. This attitude is partly due
to prejudice and partly to the fact
that technically eduoated man often
make tkemaelves unpopular for oae or
more of the fellewiag reasons. They
suffer from swelled bead and are vary
apt to compare their academic knowb
edge and methods with those of their
employer or senior In the profunda
to the disparageement of the latter
They forget that bis theeretlea
knowledge has . probably got rusty
through giving attention to other but
tonally important work for many
years, Bvea if their seniors have
never Wen posseseed of suoh knew!
sdgo they are novertheioM entitled te
the highest respect in virtue of other
knowledge they pawos of which
tha ooneoited youngster straight
f rMH
college knows notklag. The
eellege tralaed youth seems to forget
too that the nomenclature of soieaefe
today is vry different from that in
voguo a generation ago when his sen
iors wore trained honee many of the
older engineers may have a very Inti
mate kaewledge of the theoretical side
of engineering and yet know but little
of the scientific technical torms used
at the present day. The technical
knowledge possessed by the raw stu
dent may TMt be in Mich farm as te
be of mueh or of any servise te him in I
actual engineering work. Oae oo-.
easienally meets highly matbeatatUa
men who laok all soneo af proportion
as regards the accuracy required for
rry day purposes. They prefer a
long; but apparently exact, mathewat
iea treatment to a short out which is
sufficiently accurate for all praetieal
purposes. Such mea give one the 1m
preeeioa that tbvy would rather have
a tooth drawn thaa make use of a
convenient approximation. - John
Goodman of Manchester Aseeoiatioa ef
Bagiaeere.
Wants to Be District Attorney,
Jasaeo D. ilator, of La Graade, tody
filed with tho secretory of state his po-'
UUob for tho Domoeratic nessinatioaj
for the office of district attorney ia tho I
tenth judicial district. This 'dlatrUf
eompriees tho oouatieo- of Usies aad
WaUewa. Mr. Slater is a brothor of
Attorney W. T. Slater, of thia city.
Oar George Is Easy,
A meesage from Governor Chamber
win this morning state that he will
leave Los Asgoloo tonight for Bait
Lake City- Tho governor ia to bo tem
porary chairman, of tha "Seeing Amer
ca. OonforoECO," which ia to convene in
tt-o Mormon t
BRAZILIAN
BATTLESHIP
BLOWN UP
Caught Fire arid Flames Reached the
Magazine Three Hundred
Reported Killed
London, Jan. . A dispatch from
Rio do Janeiro anys the Brnr.tlinn bat
tleship Augutdnban waa blown up today.
Three hundred) are reported killed. It
In understood Unit tho ship took Are,
PANTHER
CAUSED
DEATH
(Pour O 'Clock ttMtlea.)
Hugcuo, Or., Jan, St. John R. Gold
hi, a eawmitt owner, while bunting in
tho mountain! went of here yesterday,
waa aooidonially kllbxl by a shot from
Ma ami rifle, In -a banA to-hand oontost
with a badly wounded aud infuriated
panthor. The rifle stock boro marks of
tho panther's teeth. Geldeen thought
bo bad omptlel tho chamber, and
(truck the beaat, whoa the shell ox
IdtnVed.
HANDY
WITH HIS
REVOLVER
BoUo, Idu., Jan. St. Hoary Xou-
Lnumer, a wealthy roturrwul Alaakan
mtaor, attet OUto i'owou, mc sweet
hart, who had rojected Mm. La fay
otto Gniy, Ma swocosfwl rlvad, and
tho mother and ststor of Gray, In front
of tho Omy ri-aldeaoe nt S o'clock thlu
mamlag, and Immodlatoly afterwwda
blow out Ma own brains. Xeobawmer
mtpplie) tho money audi clothed and
educate! tho Iowoll girl. Ha had
mad a atrlko at Dawnoa, and w to
have bo married la NovmbM-. The
night before tho wedding she ran
away with Gray, tho pair coming to
Boieo. Xeubaumer followed thorn, nod
a tragedy waa prevented then by the
peilee. Ho returned to Ataeka, but
omho book to Dei Wedwonday. All
HcUmw of the tragetay are dfiadt exoept
Ollio Pewdl, w4e m wouadd la tho
left arm.
May SUU Be Alive.
Vioiorw, H. t Jan, St. Second
Mato Rdwifrd, of tho loot tddp King
David, hi of the opinion that Chief
Officer Weleieiu aad tho six mea who
woat in a email loat to aoek aid nrly
i. month ago may stiM bo alive. He
thinks thai thotr loat waa blown out
44 sa, but beeag well stoekotl with pro
vieioaa they were in good ehape to
stand any weather they might encounter.
Have You Seen the
Diamond Ring Yet?
It is on exhibition at Thompson's Jewelry store.
I am ready to tell you about it whenever you
call. If your teeth need attention, I will ex
amine them without charge and then treat
them for a very small fee. My work stands
the test My patients are treated without
pain. Let me show you the testimonials I
have from grateful patients.
DR. B. Ec
Steusloff Bids. Cor. Court and liberty Sts.
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmHMmmmm
TWO EDITIONS DAILY, AT fcY&O
P. M. AND 4jQ0 K.
NO. 10.
ad the flamea reaoked the magazltw.
Tho AtiguidnlMiR wan blown up in
port. Bodies wero seMtored for bun
dredo of yarda. It waa thought to
hnvo leon eauftod' by defeetivo boilers.
GREAT
STICKLERS
FOR THE LAW
(Pour O'oleek Mditien.)
CMoago, Jan. St. "Owl ferbld
that the no of oor martyred president
should bo Here to prosecute oitixoaa ef
the United Statoa in tho manner ef
tMs preoecutloa," fervently exotaimed
General John 0. Oowon, oouneol for tho
Oudahy ISeklng Oompony, in the fed
oral court, Ih the trial of tho beef eaao
this morning. Pointing Ms Anger at
Garflold, ha continued itv tho miuo
vein, oulogining tho eommiMdenora'
fatlntr, ami ahautiag tho soa arraign
ing tho govflratnoat for eowpelllsg men
t& teatify, tmi thou aoklng to make
erimAtmls of them by depriving theru
of their eowtituUooal rights. Cow
en said ko flrwt learned tho doo
trino of compuhdoa from Gurflobl't
father, to whom ko went to school aa
a boy. Ho loomed the that whon a
command ww givoa awd backed by
oompotowt authority, it NMMt bo obeyed.
It aoM Oommioisonor Gorfleld waa
armod with nook authority whoa seat
to Oudahy wcth commowdo that ho lay
log Immunity. Ho doelored the gov
ornmont had no right to Indtot hhe do
fwndania wpoo tho ovidwaoo thua so
cured, nodi aM tho packora pleas
wouM oporato aa aa indunotioi. against
the government. PWmor Judge Hyaea,
ono of tho poohem oouaoel, oharaotor
iaod Oar Hold aa a trieWMer.
Ta Honor ef Quooh Vlotoria,
London, Jan. St. -Today Wag tha
aaiweesary af tho death of tuoea Vic
toria, who died January St, IMS, a
memorial serviee for tb Into queen
waa hold at the Progmor mauaoleum
toduy. Dean IHIiet oouducted the mr
vices ia tho presence of tho king aad
quooa and other members of the royal
family. The musical parts of tho oer
emony wore under the dlroctioR of
Mr Walter Purnttt and with tho as
eiatanee of tho clerk and chorietora of
St George's ohapeL After the ervi4
the king ami the quoow and taoat ef
tho members af the royal family re
turned to the eastls. The mausoleum
waa open all afternoon to visltecu who
had been fortunate enough to obtain
titkets of adwlhtdoa.
WRIGHT THEKESS
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