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Daily Capital Journal.
pY HOH"FW BROTHBRP,
FRIDAY, NOV. 7, 18W.
t DAILY LINJ5 TO PORTLAND.
t Altona and Ramona
DAILY. Portland, 0:45 a. m.
Kalctn 7:4? u. m., excypt Sunday.
Quick time, regular isnrice and chcpp
M. P. BALDWIN.
We.-1iowa complete Hue fro u 00c
up. Fxeclkirit values.
Fur Trimming. .
For dresses or capes, including
Thibet, mink, c. orb-cut mink tails,
nrpuin 1 nub. silver fur. jetted fur.
We show some nice I li ntr In fc.it her
Men's Clothing. , .
Let us fit 3011 wiCi cine of our
Happy Home and K N. & P. suits.
$10 Overcoats, , .
Best value; try one.
Xl3tS 1 1 1 1 1
Our Jackets, , . . .
This week we're making a clean
sweep cut on our Jacket sUtckof
20 Per Cent
We've too many popular priced
goods remaining, 30 to $12 and ul5,and
tney an come under tue iiammer.
That means $15 garments $12; $12
garments $9; $10 garments $8: $7.50
garments $6: $0 garments $4.80; $5
garments $4; $4 garments $3.20.
Just Opened, , , ,
Another lot of those neat black
bouole capes, silk lined, thlbet trim
med collar and front, 85.
Most complete line
era of style.
now In. Lead-
I hereby neouuee myself as a csndi
dato, for. the office of City Recorder,
at the election to be held December
24 11 3t 407 Eront Street.
R. J. Fleming had legal business in
J. R. Dicklson and son Reese went
to Turner this morning.
Banker J. C. Cooper left this morn
ing for his home at Independence.
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Kay spent
Thanksgiving with Portland friends.
L. B. McClaine and Percy "Willis
were hunting ducks in the vicinity of
Lincoln. They were quite successful.
S. Rogoway came up from Portland
this morning on a short visit to his
son, Phil. Rogoway, employ in the
Myers' barber shop.
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Bishop and son
Chauncey, spent Thanksgiving with
Mr. Bishop's parents, Hon. and Mrs.
W. R. Bishop, of Portland.
Ed. R. Larter.a student at the state
agricultural college at Corvallis, is in
the city spending the Thanksgiving
vacation with his parents, Supt. and
Mrs. J. L. Carter, of the Blind school.
An Interesting Ledture,
The first of a series or lectures on
"Mythology" will be given by Trof.
F.S.Dunn in Willamette university
Chapel next Wednesday evening, De
cember 1, commencing at 8 o'clock.
The students of the university are
especially Invited to attend these
lectures which will be delivered
throughout the winter in the univer
sity chapel. An invitation is alo ex
tended to the public to attend the
lectures. Prof. Dunn's subject for
Wednesday evening is "The Acropo
lis." These lectures by Prof. Dunn
on Mythology will alternate with a
course of lectures on Ameiican
History by President W. C. Hawley.
Tiie lecturfs will be highly entertain
ing as President Hawley has devoted
y- rs to the study of history and can
present the lectures intelligently.
The subject for his lecture", which
will be "The Ul-e and Fall of the
S.dw Power in tiie United States."
The date for the Hrst lecture by Pics
ident Hawley has not yet been an
nounced, but will be anxiously
Where the silver Republicans will
stand In the state politics of the fu
ture depends on the character of the
work done by the silver elements In
the next legislature.
Bicycle Messengers. Prompt,
reliable, cheap. Elng telephone 40 or
You will have If you wear our Bhoes.
"Little Giant" shoes for children
$1 to 82. "Crossetto's shoes for men
83 to 84. "Sailer Lewln," shoes for
ladles, 83. "Waverly" Cork Solo shoes
ior men, $2.70.
Heavy goods for less money.
You will have If you wear the
"Komfort Brand" heavy mittens, Just
the thing for teamsters and mortor
men. New Cashmere gloves just in.
New Golf caps, new oil coats See us
for Rubber Boots and Shoes.
'Iron Clad Hose for Boys."
WILLIS BROS, S. CO,
!ho Cash Dry Goods, CJothlngand
The Willamette University second
team recieved a challenge, Wednesday,
fiom the Monmouth tecond team for
a match game of football to be played
at Monmouth on Saturday, December
5th. The challenge was immediately
accepted and the Monmouth team so
Informed. On Saturday, the 28th
Inst, the University second team will
play the Chemawa Juniors at Che-niawa.
l- -' . ; ' '--:
Salem Amateurs Play in a Uold House
The Salem amateurs who presented
"Scnorlta" at the Reed Thanksgiving
night literally played to a cr.ld house
1 in the latter acts appeurlng In their
wraps and ulsters. The good work of
several really excellent actors In suit
able parts and a splendid play, was
spoiled by the chill atmosphere
caused by weather near to zero accom
panied by high winds. The audience
was a good one and received Mr.
Burggraf and his company in the best
spirits everything considered. But
the new drop curtain refusing to
work, worked a furthor embarrass
mont on the players, who had to stand
at close of each act until repeated ef
forts brought down the recalcitrant
As a finale, when the audience was
leaving the house a young hop-buyer
had an altercation with Prof. McEl
roy of the orchestra. Citizens Inter
fered to prevent a general melee. The
Thanksgiving entertainment seems to
have suffered from a general conspir
acy of the elements, the slag"! carpen
ter, the fellows who were celebrating
the day the combination was exceed
ingly unfortunate. The effort to con
nect the Salem hop buyer's association
with the affair is not doing that or
ganization justice. A number of those
gentlemen had a banquet together but
are In no wise responsible for the mis
conduct of any of their number The
association numbers some of the most
respectable business people and fam
ilies in Oregon.
AT MARION'S CAPITOL.
The inventory and appraisn.ent of
the estate of Anna M.Rapps.dcccascd.
has been Hied with Hie county clerk
by H. A. Snyder, Jacob G. Miller and
D. Scholl. Tile value of the property
Is $2,116 15 and Micheal is the admin
istrator. E. D. Hutchinson, administrator of
theestato of Mrs. L. 31- P. Hutchin
son, deceased, has filed Ills report of
sale of certain property made on No
vember 14th at Canby amounting to
Thos. Sims has Instituted a suit for
forclosure In the Marion county cir
cuit court against Matilda and John
Buckman. Judgement for 81,000 with
interest at 8 per cent Is sought on a
promissory note executed by defend
ants to W, A. Shaw on November 8,
1894, and which was assigned to Mr.
Sims a few days later.
A Correction. In account of the
coroner's Inquest over the remains
of Eva York at the State Insane
Asylum, Wednesday morning, the
Journal was made to say "and the
Jury further finds that the superin
tendent and attaches of the Insane
asylum ARE responsible for the death
of said deceased, Eva York." This was
of course a mistake, the phrase "in no
way" following the word "are" being
accidentally ommltted by the type
setter. The mistake was not detected
by the proof reader and the correction
Is cheerfully made in justice to tho of
ficers of that state institution.
A Banquet The Oregon Hop
Dealers Association last evening
enjoyed a Thanksgiving banquet at
Strongs resturaut. The banquet hall
was beautifully decorated and those
participating in the pleasant affair
were: n, J. Ottenhemler, L. L. Lach
mund, Julius C. PIncus, B. O. Shuck
ing, E. C. Herren, Chas. Lluesley, C.
Carmlchall, J. McNeff, H. Uchtman,
Kola Nels. A. J. Luce and A- Bern-helm.
A Social Time.
Eighty-two members of Protection
Lodge, A. O. U. W. and Degree of
Honor lodges enjoyed the excursion
to Independence, last Wednesday
night. The company had a glorious
time and all pronounce the Independ
ence people as the most hospital enter
tainers yet kmct with. The Altona
made good time and proved the reli
ability of that popular excursion
steamer. The Independence lodge
expect to return the compliment in
the near future, when they can surely
expect a rare treat In the shape of
Protection's hospitality. The ex
cursion was very successfully man
aged and everybody was highly de
lighted with the pleasant evening
Gold Aluminum. The wonaerful
new metal of this ago is aluminum,
but now comes a great improvement
on this Gold Aluminum. II. G. Son
nemann, the State street grocer has a
fine display of it in table ware which
he is offering free. See his wonder
ful ware at 124 State street.
Thanks. Rev. Wm. and Mrs.
Steele desire to publicly thank the
officers, members and friends of the
Presbyterian church for their kind
ness and interest during sickness in
the family and also for the many use
ful things received at the donation
party on Wednesday evening last.
An Afternoon tit Home.
Oho of the most successful and
highly pleasing social events of the
season was the "Afternoon at Home"
given by Mrs. Chas. A. Gray Tuesday
afternoon at her pleasant home,corner
of Chemekcta and Thirteenth streets.
The rooms were most beautifully de
corated and the affair was indeed a
most pleasant one. Those enjoying
Mrs. Gray's hospitality were:
Mrs Werner Breyman, Mrs Z F
Moody. Mrs Sarah Dyer, Mrs IV W
Contris, Mrs T V Gray. Mrs Dr J A
Richardson, Mrs J G Wright, Mrs Dr
D A Paine, Mrs Dr W T Williamson,
Mrs R L Farmer, Mrs S V Chadwlck,
Mrs M Plammonden, Mrs W T Bell,
Mrs W II H Waters, Mrs A T Gilbert,
Mrs Olive S England.Mrs Geo G Bing
ham, Mrs C E Wolverton, Mrs J J
Murphy, Mrs W T Gray, Mrs J J Dal
rymple, Mrs-Edward IJIrsch, Mrs R B
Fleming, Mrs Geo B Gray, Mrs Claud
Gatch, Mrs G G VanWagncr, Mrs R S
Wallace, Mrs G A Rockwell, Mrs John
Hughes, Mrs F E Hodklns.Mrs A Pal
mer, Mrs C P Bishop.Mrs J M Martin,
Mrs A N Bush, Mrs Wm Brown, Mrs
E Breyman, Mrs G A Peebles.Mrs I L
Patterson, Mrs W II Leeds, Mrs E M
Walte, Mrs Leo Willis.
The largcat line of
Ladies' PURSES ever
shown in Salem at F,
S, Dearborn's book store
See his show window
for styles and prices,
263 Commercial st!
Notes & Packages. Quick and
safe delivery. Ring blue bsxes or
HOW It Was Observed at the East
The program as published by the
Journal was carried out at tho East
Salem school yesterday afternoon.
Promptly at 1:30, the pupils, number
ing 515, formed in the assembly hall,
marching to the music of Prof. Mc
Elroy's orchestra which had kindly
donated Its services for the occasion.
The opening exercise was a song
entitled "Oregon," words and music
by the principal, the solo by Grace
Davis with all the pupils joining in
the chorus. Clyde Brock then read the
governor's Thanksgiving preulamtti. n
after which followed a number of well
rendered songs and icci tat ions.
To close the school exercises tic
pupils gave the following i..' h..iute
In concert using appropi I itu gesture :
"I give my head! my i.u.ir. Ui d
ray bauds! to my country!"
"One country, one language! and
Rev G. W. Grannis, of the Flist M.
E. church was cillu A r .u.d i.i.id a
It Is estimated that mote than 'u
patrons and friends or the so tool
were present. Several hundred pack-
This is the lass week of
cf the bLSri&iyou have nclv, M
the end of the sale, Gterti fig
Mackintoshes, Capes and Jackets
Is larger than ever beiorc. Buy now and $avc mon,
Handsome new line of 14
Tine rtnrr s rtnur YrAni f .. .
" w.s w "vyy TWIIUU Ul OUrS, Ollt CtAMi- 1 L i . f
and 75c, All these new roods nruAtA J- a. .
" .ww ui ik saie,
Remember the sale closes Saturday the 28th,
A large line of stamped linens,
kerchiefs in silk and linen,
Boiled Cider !
257 Commercial st.
The Rothschild syndicate has ac
quired an Interest In the Anaconda
mines and is buying Butte and Helena
mines right and left. Isn't it time
our country put a stop to selling all
our valuable mines to foreigners?
A Strike. The first "strike" of the
season occurred at midnight Thurs
day. Instead of making $he usual
number of strokes at that hour tho
town clock struck 212 times much to
tho astonishment of those who hap
pened on the street? at that hour. We
feared d for a ttmei that the -strike
would have no end but fortunately a
compromise was effected and It was
happily ended with the 212th stroke.
Turkies. Tho children and force
of employees at the Orphan's home
feasted on turkeys Thanksgiving day.
It Is suspected that a Salem bachelor
who has no children had something to
do with the matter. His name is
thought to bo something like Yeaton.
Did You Ever.
Try Electric Ditters as a remedy for your
troube? II not, get a bottle now and get
relief. This medicine has been found to be
peculiarly adapted to the relief and cure of
all Female Compla;nts. exert a wonderful
direct influence in giving strength and tone to
me organs, it you Save loss of Appetite,
Constipation, Headache. Faintinrr SdcIIs. or
are Nervous, Sleepless, Excitable, Melan
choly or troubled with Dizzy Spell, Electric
Bitters is the medicine you need. Health and
Strength are guaranteed by its use. Fifty
cents and $i,ooet Fred A, Legg.sDrug Store
We have got some very nice boiled cider in bulk, You
can get it in any quantity from a pint to a gallon. It can be
diluted onohalf and still be of the same strength as that usually
rfflRRITT 5 LAWRENCE,
r, O, Grocery,
Agents for "WorloVBeater" Soap,"
VALE. In Salem, Wednesday, Nov.
25, 1890, at 9:15 p.ra.,to Mr. and Mrs.
S R, Vale, a son.
ROGOWAY. At the family home in
Salem, Saturday, October 21, 1890, to
Mr. and Mrs. Phil. Rogoway, a son.
Newf Plain and Plaid
The new coin toes are the latest iu
hoes, Krausse Bros, have them
"It is a M-rtling
A Good Old Boy, A. T. Yeatan
has a weaknest for little children and
as Is his custom yesterday sent several
choice turkeys to tho orphans' home
for tho youngsters there.
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
Rubbers, Boots, Coats,
PURE WOOL, FOR LESS THAN IT COST,
Winter goods of all kinds. Shoes at prices always below others.
E." F, Osbum's Racket Store,
fict t!ut almost
teas are d tngerous to health. Some
of them are actually poisonous."
N. V. Herald.
Yes; some not al). But
that isn't the point. You
drink tea because you like
it not because it is good
The wholesome tea is
also the best-tasting: Schil
ling's Best at grocers' in
A Schilling &. Company
-uijAtjjv. un weunesaay ev-
enlng.Novembhr 25,1800,at 8 o'clock,
at the residence of the parents of
uw Dnue, in uauas, uregon, Miss
Emma J. Black to Charles F. Belt,
Rev. G. II. Whlteman officiating.
REYNOLDS FRIZZELL. At the
residence of J. P. Frizzell, Wednes
day.Nov. 25, 1896,at8 p. m. Edith F.
Frlzzell to Lloyd T Reynolds, Rev
H. A. Denton, pastor of First Chris
tian cliurch officiating.
HUflnES-DOUGDAS.-At the resi
dence of Mr. and Mrs. S.A. Sanford,
ut9p m., Thursday, November 20,
1890, Miss Etta Douglas to Robert S.
Hughes,Rev. n. A. Denton, officiat
NELSON KEENS. At tho home of
tne Driao's parents in Yew Park, on
Thursday, November 20, J896, Miss
Mabel A Nelson, tq Fred. G. Keens,
Rev. W. C. Kantne'r, of the First
Congregational church officiating.
The Best Way to Cure
Disease is to establish health. Pure,
rich blood means good health. Hood's
agcsK consisting of canned fruits,
vegetables and clothing were donated
by thoinipil8 and the city board of
charities. Money was contributed to
the amount of 42.55.
Bucklen's Arnica balve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, bait rheum, fever
sores, tetter.chapped hands.chllblains,
corn, and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, 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
CURED AT?3 YEARS.
D& MJUes' New Heart Cure Victorious.
wivl ,- """"cinpcan snow sucu a record.
Here is. a vorltablo natrlnrrh 7n wnoVTJ
Don't buy old goods when you cao
get new at a lower price, In mackintosh
and gents' underwear we have the lafges
assortment in the city, and at the lowc
A Nih STOK
Rarsaparjlla is the One True Bo.od,
" u iuum mj tuo wuuie 'ByS'
tcm, gives appetite and strength tand
causes weakness, nervousness and
pain to disappear. No other medicine
lias such a record of wonderful cures
as nood's Sarsaparllla.
jiooa's 4.'jijs arp tho best aftor-dln
ner pin; assiBt
For Infants and Children.
Ladles' heavy sole iacc shoes, the
ne,v thing, also In at Krausse Bros
John G. Wright Is bound to reduce
his crockery stock and Includes all
late shipments of new designs, In his
slaughter sale. See the superb line of
imported blue goods In the window,
and tho cholos glassware ipslde.
Dash takes the goods practically at
your own figures. Groceries at prices
f-o correspond. Cash is what we want.
John G. Wright,
11 27 2t Pioneer Grocer.
Rf ' Si8rw)ne P"tfualco to overcame, who
had Heart DUcase IB years, IJo toali tlio Now
HeartOuroand Is now sound arwoll?
All accounts against the asylum
should be handed in triplicate on or
before the 2th inst. Our books will
close for the biennial period at that
date and all accounts not In at that
time can only be paid by a special act
of the 'legislature. ,
D. A. Paine,
11-17 e 0 d t d Superintendent
Reed's Opera House
I'ATTON BROS., Local Manacars.
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Monday, Nov, 30,
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Dr. Miles ITeartOnre Is sold on a nosltlro
guarantee that the Urst bottle will WeUt
Dr, Miles' Heart Cure R.e,!fe,
Concert and Specialty Corap'y
Introducing quartettes, duets,
songs, dances, funny say
ings, laughable farce
Smallest Contortionist on Earth
Oneprtce to every one. . . .15c.
To any part of the house,
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said arm tote paid S1
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