DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL.
VOL, 9, SALEM, OREGON", MONDAY, MAY 17, I8!7. N.O,.138
STOLEN. Prizes, First, one dozen photos,
TUBKEY j Cherrlngton & Co; second, knife,
Fine Altamont MareOwned by a Salem Y-
Gray Bros. BURGLARY
Positions, Shelton 1, S. S. Aschen-
Min Disappears. brenner 2, II. Molr 3, Johnson 4,
Dallas, May A valu- lal) Smith 5, Swallord 0, Shlpp 7, Wllklns
The Porte's Ready Answer able altamont mare was stolen here Entries, Positions, 8, Morris 9, Dodge 10.
Prizes. 220Dash-- W. U., R. W. Williams, A Sunday Midnight Arrest
Sarurday night. Ed C. Ilerrln drove C. M. Brown, C. Llvesay; Chemawa,
Saturdavjnlght to look after F. Freemen, W. Ragen; Y. M.C. A., H
Terms on Which He Will Agree to to Dallas Some Interesting Contests Expected Grilloy, Southwick and Sellwood. Over Disposition of the Monoy
some wool business. He arrived about Prizes, First, straw hat, Meyers &
an Armistice. Sons; second, hat, Willis Bros.
7 o'clock and put hi: marc In the Mc- at Local Athletic Meet. Positions, Brown 1, Grilley 2, Spent for Legislative Drinks.
Donald livery barn. Sunday morning Sellwood 3, Llvesay 4, Freeman 5,
Jgk.3S&JD Williams 0, Southwick 7.
Constantinople. May 17. The at 4 o'clock tho owner of the stable
Saturday, May 22nd. at tho stato Hammer Throw W. U.. W. Davis.
A Portland man backed by u Salem
portc has replied officially to the note went to the barn arid tho mare was John Byrne, Geo. W. Aschcnbrenner;
lawyer tried to take a short cut to
fair grounds, will occur the fifth an- Chemawa, It. Sanders, W. Hunt, D.
of the powers, and declines to agree gone. At 11:30 she 'was still lying in nual local Held day contests. Hereto- justice Saturday night, instead of
Holt; Y. M. C. A., Babcock, Truitt,
to an armistice until the following her stall. The mard is one of the fin- fore the local athletic meet has bsen Chase, Disque. waiting for tho tedious laws delity.
participated In by only two teams, viz Prizes, First, caKc, Westacott &
Tho agent of J. B. Nye, ono Thatcher
conditions are accepted est bred in Oregon and Is valued at Irwin; second, shaving brush, D.J. Fry.
of Portland, an all around man, armed
by Willamette university and the Positions Holt 1, G. W. Aschcn-
6 The annexation of Thcssaly: an In- $500. :
city Y. M. C. A. But In the meet with helpers and draymen engaged,
brenner 2, Chase 3, Saunders 4, Dis-
demnity of 10X00.000 Turkish, and The Powers Actfpg. next Saturday there will be entries In and backed by the legal advice lof a
que 5, Hunt 0. Davis 7, Babcock 8,
the abolition of the capitulations. each event from the Chcniawa Indian Byrne 0 brilliant young criminal lawyer of
Berlin, May right, 1897,
Broad Jump W. U.. G. C. Miller,
Salem, W. J. D'Arcy, proceeded to
The portc proposes that plenipoten- by the Associated Press.) The cor- training school. All three athletic C. W. Llvesay, R. P. Bonham; Clie-
teams have been training hard for demonstrate that possession was nine
mawa, R. Sanders, F. Freemen, A.
tiaries of the powers should meet at respondent in this city of the Assoc- 11
points of tho law. He proceeded so
number of weeks and each young ath- Dodge, v. David; Y. M. C. A , Macy,
:o: Pharsala to discuss the terms of peace, iated Press Is reliably! informed that lete is in splendid condition for the Olinger, Buckingham.far as to enter tho back door of the
and declares that if these conditions during the past wecWa definite under- coming struggle. Prizes, First, book, Patton Bros.,
barroom atmldnlghtand proceeded to
are declined, the Turkish army will standing was perfected by which the A feature of the local athletic meet Positions David 1, Freemon 2, box up the stock and bar equipments.
Saunders 3, Macey 4, Llvesay 5, Dodge He Was Interrupted In this pursuit
continue to advance. cabinets of GermanwtFrance and Rus-si- a will be tho music that has been ar- 0, Miller 7, dinger 8, Bonham 0, by arrival or Col.
Hosiery and Underwear. The demand for annexation of will soon reach tho solution of the
ranged for, to be furnished by the Buckingham
Wagner, who had a
warrant sworn out In Judge Johnson's
Thessaly is based upon the fact that Egyptian and Transvaal questions,
SE" band, numbering sixteen pieces, of the
LOCAL FIELD DAY OFFICERS court, on a charge or burglary, and
Hats and Shirts, the
Cliemawa Indian training school.
province was originally ceded to and this will be done systematically These boys play exceedingly well for The referee, judges and, and other sheriff Wrightman took Thatcher In
Greece on the adylce of the powers, such young musicians. officers have been selected for the oc- custody.
in an sense.
Towels and Crash. with the object of ending bigandage
As soon as the
At a meeting of members of the un- casion and are as follows:
Rofree Henry Myers.
history of the matter.
and Greek Incursions Into Ottoman trouble is settled, the subject will bo iversity and city Y. M. C. A. athletic Ever since the legislature dtsparsea
Inspectors Walter Gray, and Wal- A. I. Wagner has been trying to get a
Lace Curtains, territory, the portc believing at that taken up, unless Great Britain, in the associations held Saturday afternoon, ter Sbepard.
the orvler of events, prlzes.and officers settlement with tnj Jefferson B. Nyo
time that the cession, would attain meanwhile, precipitates matters, in of the day were decided ufjon. In Judges ao tho finish W. B Morse, who had leased tho bar prlvllcdges of 11
Counterpanes. these objects; but the recent Incur- which event she will encounter the order that a great deal of confusion D. B. Brewer and Frank Moore. Hotel Willamette. Tho attempt to
sions of Greek bands and the events united open hostility of the three con- and delay that Is always attendant
s C. M. Lockwood, effect a settlement and failure has
Laces and Embroideries, immediately preceding the war have tinental powers. The ultimate object on such occasions, might bo averted,
Frank Wllman and R. A. Watson.
Judge of Walking-- C. E. Roblln.
no.v led to tho arrest of John J.
Thatcher, on a charge of burglary.
the committee decided to determine
proved to the contrary. This is the of tho agreement is to force the evac- Starter II. S. Jordan.
may be purchased to the best possible adV substance of the reply. upon the position from the pole, of About midnight, Thatcher' as agent
Clerk of Course Ben Olcott; assis- for Nye, proceeded to rcmoyo tho m
uation of Egypt and ho nullification each contestant In each of tho four-
The ambassadors met to consider of the Pretoria convention of 1800. teen events previous to Saturday. tant, JthnlRoberts. stock llxtures from tho bar, and his
vantage for spot cash at the porte's answer, which Is regarded France. In the settlement of tho pcaoo A list of tho fourteen events, the Scorer Luke Lynn; assistant John arrest followed, no is under $250
entries for each, tho prizes
as raising an extremely grave issue. conditions with Greece, will persist- position that each contestantand the
bonds, and will havo a hearing before
will be Measurers Walter Davis, and S. B. Justice Johnson today at two 2 o'clock;
It Is believed that representations ently side with Russia and Germany, assigned are as follows: Davis. His lawyer is W. J. D'Arcy, who Is
Walk W. U., A.
will be made to the sultan personally In spite of the strong current of pub- A.MileCrossan; iChemawa, O. Garland. Judges For Fixed Events O. B. Up- - also council for Nye.
G. J. Gcorge,s
to induce a modification of the terms, lic opinion to the contrary, Y. M. C. A Truitt, J. Evans, Grilley; degraff andJay Bowerman. Nye has been gono for some time,
but it is foreseen that this will be Prizes, First, cull buttons. Stock It Is alleged that when he left ho tore
How They Explain It. &Co; second, trade, G. P. Hughes. SALEM WOMEN. tho leaves out of his cash book, but
very dnilcult, owing to the attitude Positions Georgo 1, J. Evans 2,
New York, May 17. Tho financier Garland 3, Truitt 4, Grilley 5, Cros- sent Wagner a statement of receipts.
of the powerful old Turk war party. san G. Items in Oregon Exchanges About Cap. But It seems Wagner had a copy of
If the portc should prove obdurate, 220 Hurdle W. U., G. C. Miller, ital City Ladies. the cash book which Nye thought was
a European conference is not Improb- 'The calces that are responsible C. M, Brown, D. Baxter; Cliemawa, T. In a card of thanks tho ladles of tho destroyed, and while Nyo olalriis that
W. Ragen; Y. M.
tor the present gold exports seem to Scott, Babcock, Grilley. C. A., South-wic- Eugene Maccabeo hlvo speak as fol his receipts wero only about rrom $9
able, although at present Russia is
opposed to this. have made more on a, change In tho Prizes, First, cull buttons, S. W. lows regarding a Salem woman Miss to $10 a day during tho leglslaturo,tho
New York bank settlement for the slippers, A.&Co.; second, one pair of R. T. Smith who Is the supremo Tacts are as Wagner claims, that the
It is reguarded as quite certain Klein. recelps wore over $90 a day. no was
that the powers will not consent to a week ending
May 15 than tho actual Positions Baxter 1, Scott 2, Bab- commander of that order In Oregon: to run tho bar on a
cock 3, Southwick 4, Brown 5, Grilloy "Tho address by Miss Smith, of Sa- division or the net
shipment of specie itself. Thus, u, lem, was very entertalng and fully ap prollts, and Wagner claims that Nyo
retrocession of Thessaly. Even Ger- Miner y, uugen e.
A NJBUI LINE OF many is believed to be resolute on this while the present movement of gold II.Polo Vaultr-- W.
point, because it would involve a vio-
to Europe has brought about an ap Chase. Zaonkcr. Hodgklns. M. C. A.,
U., A. G. Crossan, preciated by tho ladles present."
owes him from $500 to $700 unac-
counted for monoy.
parent net loss between $11,030,000 and Baker. Miss Anglo McCulloch, a young Tho.plan was to box up the goodB
lation of the Berlin treaty and im- Prizes, First, Sweater, T. Holvcr-so- n business woman of tho capital city, Is while tho .hotel people slept and slip
peril the peace of the Balkans. and $12,' X),000, the deposits of the and Co.; second, . deserving of complimentary mention. them out to a dray team In waiting
New York banks at the same time Positions Hodgkln 1, Amsler 2, bho is tho Salem agent of ono of tho at tho back door
Altogether, the reply of the portc between 1 and 2
have decreased only $5,000,000, while Zacnker 3, Schaffer 4, Chase 5, Baker big Eastern flro Insuranco companies o'clock at night. Tho attempt waB
0, Crossan 7.
has caused the greatest surprise. It
the actual cash reserve between May 103 Yards Danh-- W. U., Williams, S. and thoroughly understands the In- frustrated by the action of Mrs.
appears that during the discussion of only S. Aschcnbrenner, R. P. Bonham; surance business. Sho Is a beautiful Wagner and the matter will have to
1 and May 15 has contracted
the note from the powers by the $1,102,400. Chemawa, W. Tims, C. David; Y. M. penman, quick calculator and thor- be determined In
C. A.,Farrar, A. Molr, J. Molr, Chaso, thocourtB.
council of the sultan,s ministers, Disque. oughly reliable. Tho caso went to trial at 2:30 p. tu,
news reached the council chat 3000 Money Due Nez Perces Indians. Prizes, First, Perfume set, Bas-ket- t; Messrs W. J. and P. n. D'Arcy ap-
second, gloves, Wiggins, One of tho most energetic business peared for
Greeks had been banded at Palona Lewistgn, Idaho, May 17. In- Positions. Chaso 1. J. Molr 2. S. S. women,
defendant and the stato
In Oregon, is Mrs. Geo. M. was represented by
been received at the Aschenbrenner 3, David 4, Farrar 5. Beeler, of Salem. DIstllct Attorney
and were marching to Janlna with structions have She Is a middle-age- d Sam L. Huydcn, and Col. N.B. Knight.
&&3S the int ntion of
Bonham 0, Disquo 7, A. Molr 8, Wil-
with Nez Perces agency for the completion liams 0, Tims 10. widow lady and a thorough busi- THE TESTIMONY.
of the supplementary rolls for all de- 880 Yard Run W. U., C. M. Brown, ness woman. Sho Is the goncral A. I, Wagner and Night Cleric
other forces from Arta. This created G. W. Aschcnbrenner, II. W. Swaf- - manager, for Marlon county, of ono Ilarrlld testified that W, J. D'Arcy.
a bad impression among the ministers. ferred Indian payments. There is one ford; Cliemawa, T. Scott; Y. M. O. A., of
payment of principal and two of In- Buckingham, Shipp, Truitt, the old line Insuranco companies Thatcher and Andrew Klcttjwerp in.
Gall around and we will show you somo and, If I am correctly'lnformed, han the bar room between 12:30 and 1:30
For Cuba. terest overdue, in all about $150 for Prizes, First, kid gloves, Salem dles us many risics ana lias us largo a Sunday morning. Examination
thing "nobby" at a price that defies compe- Toledo, la., May 17. At the each individual. Woolen Mills; second, meat, P. ,Stelner business asaay Insurance man In Ma- closed as Journal goes to press, but
Tea Examiner. &Co. rlon county. Sho employs solicitors story or witnesses in substance as
United Brethren general conference Positions. Swallord 1. Sellwood 2.
tition. We are here to sell goods, not to tho following telegram was author- - Tacoma, Wash., May 17. S. A. Truitt 3, Slilpp 4, Scott 5, G. W. Asch- at times to aid In tho business, but aboyc.
cnbrenner 0, Brown 7, Buckingham 8. always personally manages tho ofllco,
stack thenVaway on the shelves to look at, izen to be sent to President McKInley: Perkins, private secretary of Senator Shot Put W. U., John Byrne, O. and her tall, slender figure, clan In How's This!
"Based on our latest advice as to Ilanna, wired Sedretary Coilycr, of W. Llvesey, Walt Davis; Cliemawa, tho sombro black, of a widow In Wo offor Ono nundred Dollars Re-
"Quick salcj and small profits" is our motto, R. Sanders, W. nunt, D. nolt; Y. M.
mourning, may bo seen going and ward for any case or Catarrh that can-
the situation, we, tho members of tho tho chamber of commerce, this morn- C. A., Babcock, Macy, Truitt.
We are prepared to?give you belief returns 22nd general conference, of the church ing, that the treasury department at Prizes, First, 1 doz photos, Cronlse; coming from the banks or business not boF. cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
second . houses, of the Capital city, commin-
J. Cheney & Co., Props.
of the United Brethren in Christ, Wanhlngton had crcared the position Position, Llvasay 1, Davis 2, Tru- gling and successfully competing with Toledo, O.
for your cash than any place in the city, representing 250,000 communicants do of tea examiner, at Tacoma, and that itt 3, Byrne 4, Macy 5, Holt 0, Bab- Its shrewdest and most encrpetlc F. J. Clienoy lor tho last 15 years, and
Wo tho undersigned, havo known
cock 7, Saunders 8. believe him perfectly honorable In all
Don't forget to call at hereby earnestly express the hope an abpointment would aoon be made. business men. Mrs. Beeler has tils-prov-
Walt DaVis; Chemawa, ; Y. M. O.
business transactions and Hnan ially
that in behalf of liberty and human- the often asserted absurd the- able to carry out any obligation mado
Electrics. The sevcntli annual A., Slilpp, Illggs. Lennon, Sellwood, ory that a woman In business pursuits by their llrm.
ity you, in your wisdom, may sec your meeting, of the Oregon Electr'c Med- Grilley.
loses tho respect or men. She com- West &Truax, Wholcsalo Druggists,
way clear to declare In favor of a rec- ical association, will convene In Sa- Prizes First, sweater, J. J. Dal-rympl- e;
Toledo, O. M
second, one cyclometer, R. M. mands the utmost respect from both
ognition of the belligerent rights of lem, Juno 0, at the parlors of Dr. W. vaue os uo. Waldlng, Kinnan& Marvin, Whole-
G. W. JOHNSON & CO. the Cuban people.
Remarks were made by Rev. J. S.
"Not Exactly Hight."
Positions Lennon 1. Shinn 2.
Farrar 3, Davis 4, Rlggs5, Grilley 0.
440 Yard Run-- W. U., R. W. Wil-
men and women.
Inspecting Bkidoes. The Marion
sale Druggists, Toledo, O.
nail's Catarrh Cure Is taken entor-nall-
acting directly upon tho blood
Thousands of people arc in this con- liams, C. M. Brown, O. W. Llvesay; County Court met In adjourned ses- and mucous surfaces of the system.
Pitmann, showing how tho Los Ange- dition. They arc not sick and yet Chemawu, Price, 75c, per bottle.
120 State street, II. Johnson, W. Ragen; Y. sion this morning. An order was mado Druggists. Testimonials Sold by all
les church started. President Faust they are by no means well. A single M. O. A., B. Olinger, II. Molr and revoking free.
bottle of Hood's Sarsaparllla would Truitt. the order previously mado
receiver an account of tho work of tho do them a world or good. It would
Prizes First, Perfume set, Stelncr, appointing viewers for the II. McNcUl
board of education, Bey. D. Miller tone tho stomach, create an appetite, Drug Co.; second, one pair T. Shoes, road near Slayton. The court then
STEEVENS' FRUIT DRYER ! made the report of the general board purify and vigor and vitality.and give N. Y. Racket.
enrich the blood
Now Is left on a bridge Inspection tour. They
Posltlons-- n. Molr 1, Truitt 2, were In the vicinity ofSilvcrton today
of trustees. The collection for tho the time to take It. Williams 3, Llvesay 4, Olinger G,
Hood's Pills cure nausea, sick Ragen 0, Brown 7, Johnson 8.
aud will proceed to tho northern end
expenses of the delegates, to date, ii indigestion, biliousness. All High Jump W. U., A. G Crossan; of the county tomorrow,
PATENT PENDING. $4,100. druggists, toe.
Chemawa, R. Sanders, C. David; Y.
M. C. A., Babcock, Macey, Bucking-
Fruit growers are invited to investigate before .buying or building a dric. My claim
Lost Strayed or Stolen. ham. Disque and Sellwood. Fraternal Day. Secretary O. D.
are; i. Unlimited capacity. 2, Cheaoness of construction Kapid jtoducl'cn. 4. Easy Flvo year old dark brown mare, Prizes First, trade, Spatsecond, Gabrlelson, or tho stato fair, Is Inter-
cheapness and simplicity of process, 'Write me for lestirr.cftl.tls and experience cf growers white spot In forehead, weight 0o0, Tialt irtnu TV.iil.l ttnlu.nj.1. O
esting tho various fraternal orders, of
who are using the Steevens since two years. Estimates and, specifications furnished or driers Funny way to get tea. sired by Altamont, long flowing tall, Disque 3, Sellwood 4, 6rossan 5, San- the state, In
the matter ot holding a
midway of neck ders 0, Buckingham 7, Macey 8.
Address G. A. STEEVENS, Salem, Or. Buy of your grocer a caused by in mane Twenty dollars 120
rubbing. grand fcto day ut tho state fair for
delivery Yard Hurdle-- W. U.. O. C. Mil.
package of Schilling's Best. reward for recoveryE. andUkruon. of ler, A. G. Crossan, S. H. Aschenbren- showJnp. Opportunityeuro tobo mako a
ner; Chemawa, W. Tims; Y. M. C. A.,
all tho societies that
B. P. PARK HURST. If you don't like it, tell him
so. He renji-n- b
M7-d&w.- td balem Or. Chase, Grilley and Babcock.
Prizes, First, 1 pair goir box,
store; second, glass wurc,
during tho day for the different socie-
ties to make a display and present
Reliable Farm Machinery, The explanation is: we CASTOR A I Bremelcr. orations, and ib Is also proposed to
Positions, Tims 1, Miller 2, Bab- give tho order registering the moat
cock 3, H, S. Aschcnbrenner 4, Grilley members a beautiful prlzo banner.
pay him to do it. For Infants and Children. 5, Chase 0. Crossan 7, o
Wagons, Buggies and supplies. The explanation of that TtlfiQ--
1 Mile Run-- W. U., O. G. Morris, R.
OAIBTOIIIA.Celebrated for it great leavening ihenfijh
B. llklns, S. S. Aschenbrenner and 111 and heaUlifulncjs. Assures the foxl (gainst
llalli II. W. Swatford; Chemawa, C. Smith, alum and all form adulteration comwe
,,254 Commercial street, opposite Capital National bank. "Buckeye,'' and is:
Mitchell buggies, "Osborne" binders and mowers. All kind3 of latest farm AScuWin?. & Coaiaanr
you like tin; tea.
r W 9S l&L
A. Dodge; Y. M. O. A., Johnston,
Bhlpp, Shelton and Molr,
rur to the cheap brands. Kovaj. JiAJtl.NQ. Fowi
vrtffM OCR Co. New York