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Daily Capital Journal.
BY HOFER BROTHERS,
MONDAY, NOV. 10, 1896.
Keep the children
DAILY LINK TO PORTLAND
H Altona and Ramona
dAily. Portland, 0:45 a. m.
Salem 7:45 a. m., except Sunday.
Quick time, regular service and cheap
M. P. BALDWIN,
s t s ih iifs f-fe Jm
We're out of our $2.50 Macks for
women and children, so liave put tlint
$3.60 line down to $3. The best buv
of the seaon. A double texture
English cash niero In blue and black,
same quality, as our ladies $5 one.
Knitting Silk 5c a ball,
Full line of shades in a short knit
ting length, very good quality, 5c.
Larger spools 15c, 2 for 25c,
SATURDAY'S FOOTBALL GAMES.
FORGED A $20. CHECK.
C. II. Lane was in Portland Sunday.
R.B.Flenilng went toPortland Sun
D. M. Vollmar returned to Portland
F. K. Lovell returned this morning
Prof. Z. M. L'arvin came down from
Albany this morning.
S.B. Parrish was a Portland pis?ni
gcr Sunday morning.
Miss Minnie Tasker returned this
morning to Jefferson.
Col. Robert Thompson returned to
Portland this morning.
II.J.0ttenbeImer,a local hop-buyer,
went north this morning.
Miss N. Eva Lee returned to the re
form school this morning.
J. W. McKinney returned to Turner
this morning on a short visit to his
mother Mrs. "Win. Robinson.
Chas. B.IIodgkin.of Portland, spent
Sunday with his parents in this city,
returning to the metropolis this
Leslie Hunter, Wells Fargo & Go's
dellveryman, is indisposed and his
piaco Is being Ulled by Joe Evans in
Holiday Novelty. Miss Spcrry,
the Artist Is showing a beautiful
novelty for the holiday trade, and
those desiring something line at a low
price will do well to give an order at
once. 11-10 1 w
Notice is hereby given that I have
In hand funds applicable to the pay
ment of all warrants of city of Sa
lem drawn on the general fund and
endorsed before December 5, 1895. In
terest will cease on said warrants
rrora date of this notice.
E. J. Swaffokd,
Salem, November 12, 1890. ll-12-10t
Joe Robertson Arrested in Oregon
on That Charge.
Sunday morning Chief of Police
Burns, or Oregon City, arrested Joe
Richardson at the home of his parents
near Riley's, Just below Oregon City,
on the charge of forgery, such crimi
nal ch irgc having been made against
hi in by A. C. Dilley. Chief of
Police A . C. Dilley went to Oregon
City Sunday afternoon and returned
tins morning with his man. It seems
the man, whose name Is Joe Robertson,
entered the store of E. T. Barnes in
this city Friday afternoon, and pur
chased a mackintosh, suit of clothes,
shirts, collars and other notions, and
tendered in payment therefor a $2.
check made payable to the order of
his uncle, Frank Robertson,a business
man of Turner. It was prop
early endorsed and was accepted in
payment for the goods. The forgery
was not detected until the check was
presented at the bank. Chief Dilley
wasnotilicdof the crime and having
ascertained where the relation of the
accused resided, lie notified theofll-
cers of the valley towns with the most
It seems, Robertson has just re
turned from California, where he en
listed in the United States armv for
fiveyeais, but he only served three
years. It Is thought, upon reaching
balem he was short of funds and.
adopted tills means of replenishing
his wardrobe as well as pocket book.
When arrested, Robertson denied
his guilt, but the evidence against
him is quite conclusive, since the
goods which he Is alleged to have pur
chased with the check, were found in
his possession -when arrested.
Roberston was arraignedbefore Re
corder Edes at 2 p. m. today charged
with forgery. The prisoner plead
"not guilty" and his trial was set for
Wednesday at 1 p m.
The etliciency of chelf of Po
lice A. C. Dilley In handling all
cases given Into his hands is again
displayed in this case. Within twelve
hours after Chief Dilley was notified
of the forgery he had the forger lo
cated at his father's home near Ore
gon City, ne then notified .Chief of
Police Burns, of Oregon Clty,to arrest
the man which he did.
When Chler Dilley takes up a case
he almost Invariably meets with suc
cess which is an excellent recommend
ation of his services as guardian of
the peace and a detective of no small
Eugene Beats Corvallis- The Monmouth
and Chemawa Games.
Saturday afternoon the first Inter
collegiate game of foot ball occurred
at Corvallis between the U. of O. and
O. A. C. teams. The game resulted 8
to 4 infaoror the Eugene "dudes.''
As a result the Eugene team Is to
play the Willamette University team
at Salem next Saturday, as per sched
ule arranged by the Intercollegiate
football association at Salem recently.
The Corvallis team justly feels indig
nant at the treatment It received at
the hands of Referee Burckhardt, of
the M. A. C. of Portland, who on dif
ferent occasions reversed his decisions
so that they favored theEugeno team.
The game came near resulting In a
frec-ror-all tight. The rereree called
a member or the Corvallis team a liar
and was promptly knocked down. In
all the Corvallis team played a better
game than that put up by the Eugene
The Second Willamette football
tmin played a match game with the
Monmouth State Normal school team.
Notwithstanding the inclement
weather the game was called about 3
o'clock Saturday afternoon and re
sulted 2 to 2. Had not one or Salem's
players made a mistake and made a
surety for the Monmouth team the
score would have been 2 to 0 in ravor
or Salem. The local team reports the
most hospitable treatment at the
hands or the Monmouth students.
The fair sex was in attendance and it
is said some of the Salem team were
very anxious to remain in the evening
when a reception would Iiaye been
tendered the visiting team In the
chapel but the majority of the
boys, who aro extremely bashful
desired to return home. It is reported
the fair sex prevails at the Monmouth
school at a ratio of almost 30 to 1.
No wonder there was a fascination
for the Salem team at Monmouth. I
The Salem team lined up as follows:
Robnett r guard
Porter and Pugh 1 guard
Chase r tackle
Savage e tackle
J. .Evans rend
Winters. . . , I end
Molr a hank
CIRCUIT COURT PROrREDlNQ3,jST! jgjp!
Transactions in the
Judge Hewitt went to Albany Satur
day where convened the Linn county
clrcutcouFt having a largo docket to
Minor orders made by him were as
Susan B. Carey et al. vs. John II.
Douglas et al., equity; bond filed and
approved and plaintiffs were ordered
to pay funds to trustee.
S. B. Parrish vs. Mattlc A. Parrish,
suit to declare a trust; causo submit
ted and taken under advisement.
Jacob Bezenir vs. J. A. Van Eaton,
JSUcn O'Connor Pembroke et al. vs.
Job a n a O Connor O'Brien et al.; leavo
granted to substitute.
George W. ninkle vs. II. W. Mur
phy, foreclosure; continued.
J. II. Albert, guardian, vs. II. A.
Thomas et al, partition; decreo on
Peter Zlclinski vs. W. P. Miles, or-
dererd that present sheriff make deed.
Wm. McMaster vs. F. Dclckman
and wife, a writ of assistance; ordered
that a writ of assiitancc be Issued as
asked ror and that the purchaser be
put into possession or the property
within firteen days after the service
or a copy or this order.
Scottish Investment Co. vs. W. N.
Ladue; ordered that the present sher
iff niuKo deed.
Cora Ramsden vs. W T. Ramsden,
divorce; to be heard Thursday, De
cember 3d. at 1 p. m.
James McCourt vs. George W. Johns
et al. equity; to be tried Wednesday,
December 2d. at 9 a. in,
J. M. Brown vs. W. E. Loughmlller
et al. equity: to be tried Monday, No
vember 30th at 1 p. m.
Wm. P. Ross vs. F. J. Catterlin,
equity: to be tried Thursday, Novem
ber3, at 9 a. in.
A new illustrated cdV
ition of Oxford Bibles
with rcfcrenccs,aids and
helps concordance in
the back good maps,
plain or indexed, New
stock just received, new
F. S, Dearborn,
Alter II VCiy SllCCCSSflll SPIKinn I n
t. ln.i....l.. Y" "iO. jnPfr.il. . .
i-Rco In preference to 'ho 3M "illdl "".
. '""king reuuc?rons.lil
to our dissolution sale
imuko a neavy cut In
Wc will mention only a few of the barg,
A heayyOBeaver cape, very larec
sweep tr mined with satin and braid,
reduced to $4.C0. "'"u,
Our Mackintoshes at 2
$3 cannot be duplicated
$3, $3.50 and $4.
25, $2.50 and
ror less than
New York, Nov. 6i. Silver,
Burns 1 h back
W. Evans r back
THE INDIANS WIN.
In the game at Chemawa Saturday
arternoon between the Salem Cyclones
and the Chemawa Junior team the
latter won by a score of 18 to 0.
The red skins were too much for the
"white men" and easily won the
Indisposkd. Rev. W. Steele, pas
tor of the First Presbyterian church,
was unable to conduct services Sun
day evening, owing to a slight illness.
The reverend gentleman is t.lirnnt.
engd with malaria fever, but his con
gregation and friends entertain
hopes that he may soon recover.
Sunday morning Rev. Steele delivered
an able sermon on "Baptism."
Chicago, Nov. 16 Hogs-'Light $3,25
3.G$; heavy 3,oo3 60.
Cattle Beeves $3.6oJ.2e; cows and
heifers $3.75(4. iq.
Chicago. Nov 16. Wheat, cash 77?ic.
Portland, Nov.16 Wheat valley. 84(0181;
Walla Walla, 81 to 82. 7 4L 3
Flour Portland. ! Benton countv.rn
4-25i graham, 3.50; superfine. $2.50 per bbl
yais- wnite, 34oc; grey, 3638;rolled
worS fi" at M h a w,
Our Dissolution Sale
in bags, $4.255.25, 1 barre
Potatoes.. Oregon, 4511630 per sack
I lay . . Good, t o 1 1 .00 per ton.
WooL.Vallev. STifioc: Kasiem nimn
Millstufis. .Uran,i3.oo;shorts, .14.50.
Poultry- Chickens.m ixed,$2. 25.12.50; broil
ers $i ooi.75; duck, $233; gese, $56
turkeys, live, 10.
Hides.. green, Raited 60 lbs 617c; under
60 lbs 4(4c; sheep pelts, I o7oc.
Bucklen's Arnica balve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter.chapped hands.chllblains,
corn, and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures pnes, or no pay required.
It is guaranteed to give perfect satis
faction or money refunded. Price 25
cents per box. For sale by Fred A
r t J
' ' Until December
i. DO NOT MISS IT, X
257 Commercial st.
MARION'S COUNTY CONVENTION
The new coin toes arc the latest in
shoes. Krausso Bros, have tliem.
WILLIS BROS, CO,
New Goods Opened 1
High novelty Dress Goods, Mixed
Dress Goods, Black :Dress Goods,
Feathor Boas, Thibet and Augora
trimmings, Ice Wools, lco wool
Bhawls, Saxony and 'beaver shawls,
Fascinators and belts, Umbrellas,
Jackets, Capes and Mackintoshes.
Bargains for all.
.Willis Bros, & Co,
State of Ojiio, City of Toledo,
Lucas County 1 bs
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is
the senior partner of the firm of F. I. Cheney
& Co., doing business in the city of Toledo,
county and state aforesaid, and that said Arm
will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL
LARS for each and every case of Catarrh
that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's
Sworn to before me and subscribed in my
presence, this 6th day ,of December, A. D.
1. .j A. W. Gleason,
J Seal. J- Notary Public,
Hall's Catarrh CureJis taken internally
and acts directly on the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials
fF. J. CnENEYj& Co., Toledo, O.
ESfSold by Druggists,
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
$lio Cash Dry
iCourt and. Liberty.
Goods, Clothing and
new thing, also
sole lace shoes, the
in nt Krausso Bros.
Prices Below All Record !
Of Y. P. S. C. E to Be Held in Salem
November 20 and 22.
The usual Marion county Y. P. S.
C. E. convention will meet in Salem
this year. The convention hut year
was held in Woodbum, which was
found to be quite too small to conyen-
lently entertain all delegates who
wished to attend. Many did not go
for fear or not being able to secure en
tertainment. That inconvenience
will not be experienced this year, and
a large delegation from outside of the
city Is expected. .
The first meeting will be held on
Friday next, at 2 o'clock. A very in
teresting program has been prepared,
which, If carried out in full, will be
one of the best ever followed, at a
Marion county C. E. convention.
The program In detail will appear in
these columns later.
At a special meeting of the Local
Union held Sunday afternoon to make
final arrangements for the conven
tion, the following committees were
appointed: Entertainment, Mr. B
E. Stanton, Miss Bertha Savage, Miss
Churchill, Miss Pearl Applegato; re
ception, Miss Alice Kirk, Miss Anna
Meisary, Miss Marie Rockwell, E. S.
Prescott; committee on ushers and
decorations, Mr. Walter Jenks, Mrs.
Leabo, Mr; I. P. Calllson, Mr. Thomas
Bruce, Mr. Clarence Furgerson, Mr.
Clyde Brock. .The musical part of the
convention was left to tho efllclent
management of II, S. Glle, president
or tho state Christian Endeaver
Union. Every effort Is beinur nut
forth fo make the convention a grand
success, and tho people, of Salem, will
no doubt again throw open their
homes to the entertainment of the
delegates. Watch these columns for
Ralston s Pancake Flour, endorsed by the Ralston Health club,
Grano, the best mush goods obtainable.
Pure maple syrup in bulk.
Buttermilk toilqt soap, 3 cakes for 10c,
flflRRITT 5 LAWRENCE
P O, Grocery
Agents for "WorloVBeater" Soap,"
Reed's Opera Housa Friday, Novem
Aiden Benedict's Fabio Romani is
a line creation. It surpasses Monte
Chnsto in its intensity of action, in
Its subtlety or plot, In Its cause and
effect. There are no chasms of se
quence that must be bridged by the
imagination. It steps immediately
upon a high, artistic level or intense,
active Interest, and keeps that level
up to the terrific, emotional qlimax,
which is the submerging of the expir
ing bodies of the principal characters
in the rolling waters of the Bay of
.Naples amid the crashing thunder of
an earthquake, In the weird light of
an awful eruption of Mt. Vesuvius.
The story of the play Is sad, but
mixed with the dark passage of the
sombie story were many enlivening
scenes that helped to make the whole
a pleasant entertainment. The Fire,
and other dances, bv Miss Grpn
Hunter, arc startling and wonderfully
New, Plain and Plaid
Uutter.. Oregon fancy creamery, 4o5o;
fancy dairy, 2535; fair to good, 2o2?X.
"'" .uicou 11111 cream, 10,
Eggs.. Oregon, 270 per dor
Iruit.. Green Apples oer bor
ADDles Der hnr ncthi,ft'
l . o " - ---vy-.-j,
"' s 05c per box.
Onions, 55c65 per sack.
Diied Fruit Apples, evaporated, bleached
4c4c; unbleached, 3cJ4c; sundried, 4c
Plums, pitless, 3c4c
Wheat Bags Calcutta 4.25(5)4.37.
Ueans,-smali white, lc(i;c lima,
Hogs Heavy, 3.25 to 2.50.
Veal-small 5 105; large 4c per lb.
Mutton Weathers 1.75; ewes 1.50; dressed
Beef-Steers 2.25;cows i.75-,i2.oo;dressed
Cured Meats .Hams 10c ioc brcon 6c.
-ru .111 pans, 00.
Don't buy old goods when you
get new at a lower price, In mackintoshes
and gents' underwear we have the largest'
assortment in the city, and at the lowest
Ell fLUrii STORt
choice, io$i ic; inferiors
All natrons of the Knlnm tuihllf
schools are invited to attend tho exer
cises held in the assembly hull of the
East school every Tuesday morning.
The program to be rendered tomorrow
morning, is as rollows:
Song. six Little Ghls
Recitation .Everett Fisher
?Oi, Georgia Davenport
Recitation T.rn1sn Vnn Wmrnnp
g'u I . . . Grace Davie
Song,. By tho Pupils
argest stock-In all grades und styles. Ladies' mackintoshes lut bargains.
Economize by testing our goods and prices..
E, F. Osburn's Racket Store,
The Discovery Saved His Life
Mr. G, Cailloutte Druggist, Ueaversville
III. , says; To Dr. King's New Discovery I
owe my life. Was taken with La Grinne
and tried all the physicians for miles about,
but of no avail and was given up and told
I could not live. Having. Dr, King's New
discovery in my store I sent for a botllu and
began its use and from the first dose began to
get better and after using three bottles was
up anil about again. It is worth its weight
in gold. We won't keep store or house
without j " Get a free trial at Fred A.
It is new to guarantee tea
satisfactory. Schillings Best
is so p-uaranteerl hv vnur
Why ? Because we sup
ply him the tea and the
It is such tea as you will
be glad to get besides.
A Schilling & Company
San FrncIco t jjji
SAN FRANCISCO MAKiCET,
San Francisco, Nov. 16.--Wheat.
7c, valley. 8qc
Hops Quotable at I ic for new.
Potatoes 2o3oc per sack.
Oats Milling, 1.05(0)1.20.
Wheat-,-6s 1 ytA per bu.
Wheat, ,73ic per bu., market firm.
Hay Baled, cheat, 8.50;
Flour. .In wholesale Inic 1
4.00; bran, bulk Ii.50i2.5d; sacked, 12.00':
-...., .-o"v4j0u, cnop ieea, ii.oo
Poultry Hens 5c; Springchickens,Si.8o d
Hogs.. Dressed, 23J.
Live Cattle.. lfJSf
Sheep.. Live, 1.25,
wool.. Best. I2ai24c.
Hops.. Best, I2C.
!.. Cash. 20c.
Butter.. Best dairy.
9.ssiija Meals "" 6y'Qi ,,an
Green Fruit-Pears 50c per box.
urted truit-Apples. evaporated bleac'ied
oa-8ci unbleached 4ccc.
Reed's Opera House
PATTON BROS, Manager.
One Nighs Only,
Friday, November 20
Miss Olive West,
Supported by a company or superior
Reed's Opera House
PATTON BROS., Local Manicea
The Musical Event
20c; fancy creamer)
A romantic melodrama of surpass
ing excellence in the 8th year of its
continuing sucessful performance.
ureaiesr, or stage and scenic elfects.
Miss Grace nunter In her great
Stereoptlcon and Spanish qancca.
oeais now on sale.
In adellulitful P'ff.r CJj
free from dullness and w nslsti og
lady quartets, violin, v J:K
dolfn, guitar, clubs, comic and sert
readings, etc. Music and imrw
musical entertainment that Ienw
5 tO t 10 Uiusina.. r--0-.
Scalp Cleaning, UandrufV Treated,
Hair dressed daily by the month for
Eldridge block- A. M. ELKINS.
derful 8-year-oiu ...,;."" lns. fle
Tomni e, who piays v . , - bjd
songs and recites In the mosp nn
Prices 25 and 50c.
Highest csh price jU.rEK & mfr
Saleoi.Or. Next.to brewery,