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Guarantee
SUBj
Heavy weight
Oxford .Mlxcil
Clmvlot f nit
S5.S5
&50JS
Illuo Oregon Cheviot
im
wltttcly nil wool nitil
fast colore.
B
m
S9.50-THB TALKOKTHE T0WN-S9.50
And the Pride of Our Stock is a heavy, winter
weight Blue Serge Suit, all wool, fast"color,S9.50.
C I JOHNSON & COMPANY
257 Commercial St., Salem, Or.
TUB LMlLi JOURNAL
UY MOKIDR BKOTUBK8
wi:iNi:srm, suit, w, nm
Dally, One Tear 93.00, In Advance
Dally, Tout Monttu 91 00, L,Advaiioo
Weekly, Ono Voar 31.00, in Advrnco
WORK OF THE PnESS.
Tiililli: opinion created by newspapers
Justly presenting the tar.tiviH dally liolng
jnoro nnil inoro recognlitcd its u 'potent
factor In public life. Tim most rumnrk
nblo f ako that in prominently before Ibo
people of tbls 'country 'Just now In the
forcing of Alger from President MoKIn
leyH cabinet. In Franco wo have the
raiw of tbo dlpliod Jew, Captain Drey
fun, whom) oattso wnsatflrst oM)Unm1 by
only one neiipaMir. The Injustice of
tin cnnu wns shown up, ami thowoik
wns so completely done that the whole
nation was aroused. IIIh sciitoneu wus
modified after the new trial, nnil now
tho force of the press hus, t-ompelloil the
ministry to grunt n pardon. Wo Ihivm ii
cam) in xlut nearer homti, in that of
Jauici Knox, of Tuconiu. I In Iiiim been
recommended for the portion of United
HtatcH shipping Inspector by thoKenatorii
of Ids slate, by the l'lurro county legif
latlvu delegation and by the big bunks
of Tacouia, but the inlhtenco of thioTa
coma press him made IiIh itppolutment
ImiKWHlblo, and now bin nirjungiir, who
hits said "the people Imi d il," In th''ik
lug of going Into the newspaper busi
ness. The upheaval and overturning of the
Haleui muuiulpal government last your
Is probably the most noteworthy otiso
near at hand. Hero woliuvo it city that
for more than a decade had Ihhiii In the
control of one iiolllleul orgauliuitloii.
whrb predominated by two to one, The
managers turned up their nose nt uvury
friendly criticism uud suggestion until
those complaintH bccuiuo tiufrieudly,nud
were made to such an extent Unit they
gulned the contlderatlon their merit de
served. Thu result Is ton well known.
The old regime was overthrown, and the
popular idols of n generation were
shuttered. In ourneliortl ilintrii't.u Intra
the party In jMiwer wits oven stronger
Until In our city, having it majority o(
three to one, thoro have Iwon two buck
colli. The jiolillonl Imiwhm bnd liccoino
mo nrrogunt that no explanation or iim1
iK)' wits considered neces'imry. Tlmy u
Binned that this most wtured of pnbllo
trusts was prlvuto proirty, uud dealt
with it as lUi'h, The foots of their con
duct were given to tbo public in the
preed,
Tho bomM simply Mtkl It n
the nttempt of blauknmllurs to "pull
tbo leg11 of candidates. Tbo dunce went
on. Tbo jieoplo iteted, and the rustilt
wnii complete. Conditions woro ruvorsod
ivnd the boHse wore turned down three
to ono.
TIiom Instances nn Rtillleluitl to urn
phasltu the fact Hint public Hitttimeiit
is king, Publlo ojiluiou is molded uud
reflected by riwituhl Journal In in us
by no other fotce, and for Hits muson, '(
no other, the institution of lieo bjwh
and a Iron press is rvgunM us the hiimI
jwtont futor in our tiutlouul existence.
An loiitf us Hiubo elements tut Ik t uud ure
Hoummwork im
with even the best
soap which needs
hard muscular rub
bing to make
tkings clean. Gold
Dust does nil that
soap docs and saves
time and much
rubbing'.
al Ut trn UoUtUtKiMtt ftI
tt Muork,"
Ttw x, k, rmum csmtanv
HtmVttk
W
Your Moiey
B;ck if you
want il!
D
An nil wool Illnck Olny
Worsted Suit for which
others nsk $1.00, nt
S&JO
$9.1)0 j
stylish striK) or ni'at
siaoo
siiecic riiniut uitii i i
ton double breasted
ntwork In our midst, our xoplu will
hitvo good government whether hi the
nntlou, tbo state, the city or reboot ills
trict. Tho Bost I'roflcnptiun tor rvialnrla
Chill and Kovi.rl liotllu of (IIiotmIMnTk
I.KHH uint.i, Tonic It In uliuiily lieu and
(tuliilno In a ImIhIhh form. No curt-, mi nay,
l'ilr toe. 7-17 ii A. im
JOURNAL. X RAYU,
A Spokane poet, without nny faln
prudery in hln coiiiK,ltl(in,- perK'lruli'H
the follewing:
Hinro Mary sold her little lamb
A high near hike to buy,
I'or company she t.tkeH iiIoiik
Her iretty calves ho nhy.
They travel with heriiHrhe cpliiH
AloiiK the road so fut,
While Hlntip'M oven, by tho uy boyn, nt
Tho jirotty Chlvos are cant.
ShedrewiH Iheui in nil mid black
Kometlmes In Koldon brown
DellKbttxl am the boys to nee
Thomi sportive oahos in town.
"What inakort my iitlonii plettxo vou
lioysY"
Hald Mury, hhmlilnn red
"It in Ik'ciiiiho," tho Iwiys replied,
''You keep them ho well fed."
. .
Win. J. Iiiiiii'h wit Ih ever ready.
White mnkluK liii umiUHWerable uruu
incut iiKiiiunt triiNtH Iwifcro tho CIi'cuko
uoufuremo on tho into nnil ahnwrntf
triiHtM, Saturday, lie refernil to the wide
ohiii lucorHiriitlou lawn of Dulawaro and
New Jersey, w lien it irwm In the audi
ence luiiilred. 'Delaware itml New
.lermiyaro ImiIIi DeniiKiratle Htateti are
they nolV" Mr, llryau'a aiiHHercaine
in an limtitut : "Tlmy were not '! 1WH1."
. .
Here Inn oaiHiof evolution reMirted by
an excliaiiKe: A ulrl iiuuiol plain
"Mary" ut her birth tlmpiHil the "r"
when she Imhiuiiio Mlwt May. AmhIiu Iw
Ktn to shine in it Hwinl way she eliauK'd
tlu"y" to"e" uud nluned lior lelterM
Mae. About a year iio nlie was iimrrled,
uud now she ban dropitd the "o" and
It's Juet plain "Ma."
The Kimono (luard mils attention to
the fuel that out of u doneu urrentn fur
violation of tho bicycle ordinance in Ka
lent not one was u lady. Ilni. CumplHill
ntlll takiiM off his liat to Hie tMtlem
ladles.
. .
Ktery once in it while hhiio wm Oio
Koii ulltor Will tell how clump OniKon
fitrinerii ixiii mlm whout. Tliey eeu put
it its low as ,t() centd a IminIiuI. v.,i v.m
umer litnr of tiny of thmi fellow n kII.
Ink' out uud JiIok the wheal rr'wrs.
The Miidlimt kind of feeli-in mut
olt now iMitwtHiu Aniericuu uumt men
and the Johnny Hull, us our Uwt leef
Ik now Htllli for law in Uudoii than It
Is in New York City. i
'IVn HhhishihI Nhw York IrisluuMi are
offering in hJp the lUnira lick Johnny
nun. et wniie hmi4u wunt to know
wlmt an AngbwAmuricMii ulllamv
uiettiis.
.
Tbo rtHont nirnit trust rweutly nm.
gauifutl will im doubt 'ttpiMMo hmiiii uf
tho small ooiuvrus quite tightly.
Uvery ttnjimt tu law
farm of Inrcenv. Win. J.
Is an Indirect
llryuu.
To Curo n Gold In Ono Day
'IVk IauIUii HrtHHu QdIiiIii 'IStliUt
.Ml
'intMM 'wuiul tlw muu) lilt fall, in rUr.
mi iin' munir win
iiHitwalt lu. Wk
It U Mill U le nip and tuck htwtm
the state fair and the M. Ii. owiiforeniv,
with the ivhU in fu.r ( llie latter,
Hard! Enough
or
IDG
CHICAGO DRAINAGE.
Is Discussed in an Interesting Editor
ial Letter.
Electric Lights, Schools and Churchei-
The Social Problem and the
Churches,
Ciiicaiio, III,, Fept. 1. Wo Hent tl.e
Iast week viHltlug tho Held milsonin on
the old World's Fair Krounds, tho art
institute on the lnko front, lunched with
Home frlendH at the niidltorium, isltcd
the IiIk department storoH, nnil wound
up with threodnys in thu mauiifncturlnt;
diftrlct on tho west side.
CIIK'AOO IIIIAIVAOK
is still an utiRohed problem. No living
coul can loll which wny the river ruiif
here. They are no longer rivers, Thoy
never were rivers In the kciims tlmt we
bavo rivers on tho 1'nciflc coast. Tho
original Des I'lalneH river was no more
tbnn a kind of connecting cnnal lictwccn
the marsheH a few miles Inland from the
lake. The marshes are lilted up and
built tip, but the canal remains, n cos;
Kol for the city's filth mid excretn,
poimnlni; the coll ntid the air. The itlr Is
blackened by smoke, aces anil steticlies,
A rain precipitates it to the earth and
only it bard cold or hot wind producer
nny effect uioii It. Tho now drainage
canal that extends from tbo block yard
district soutbw est Herons tbo stute is to
bo opened this fall nnil it is nil untried
experiment, lint k"l of engineers and
modem salenco will colto the (Inilnngo
ipiestlon,
CIIIIMOOAIII
don't get out of your system for several
days alter you leave tbo city, and then
It comes itwuy In chunks, We went to
visit alsiut four tulles west of the lake
front ipilto beyond thu'edge of the fac
factory district and there tho trees were
dying in nild-suiiimer. Tuiulordeuod
trees like the uttalpa and walnut were
withered tip ami burnt black from the
kIn)iioiis Klines, The pant whiter has
killed thousands of trees, but that was
the ease in WIhcoiis'i and loua, where
tho w Inter killed the hardest oaks, elms,
nut and fruit trees. The host air we
hal was on tbo lake front when the
wind is off the water ami at l-on ;wooi,
a milium of South Chicago. It is named
after tho residence built by the Kugllid
government for .Naixileou HoiMiparte on
the Island of Hi Helena, uud Is part of the
high rlilgo that was formerly called Uliu
Island. It Is leu or twenty feet ahovt'
thu marshes that separate It by setenil
miles from South Ch'cugo, and is cov
ered with a llnogrowth of tho lied oak.
Originally III no Inland was covered with
the blue llower of the wild onion 'u the
spring, and hence its name.
A FAM'I.Y UHlt.NIOS
took place ut UingwiwHl, where were us
homhlcd (Kireuts uud children, griinil
uireutH uud grund-eblldren, soiiH-hiduw
uiidilaugbtors-'udaw unmanned daugli
ters and enough little one to stock a
kindergarten, Them is one running
hero thu year around, with workshoiis
for boys and girls with it l'robeliaii
training cehiHd that gathers young
women together from tho tlttlf to Call-
fornlit, where the Child (iitnleit mugu
x'ne is piiIiIIhIiimI uud 1,00 out to se
tiuteeu thousand American homo.. At
tho birthday dinner grandfather's swonl
and Spr nglleld rilhwyif the war of the
Kohollion, were hamllwl down the
younger geueiittions anil will Ih)
hioiight proudly to Orvgon.
I'lllCAIIII MIIOOIS
(ipenml this w ik mid ut ouch ih'Iimi!
Iioiiho limits it Hag front the lilnirly
pole tut the day it oeiis and every
day of hOho.il. Kutit, Andrews, who lost
the presidency of a New Kughi'id imi.
lege Ihmhiiiki of his bimetallic vluws, is
In control. Kcouomy is the rago. A
week has b en cut off each end of the
school jtmr. School Issiks ure it great
deal ehuaper than lit Oregon, It is it
hard fact that all other Uniks are the
Htine price in Oregon as elsewhere.
Ileie urea few prices ''l Chleitgii: 1st
render lite, ftl rettder 'Jfn.', ttrd retnler
SUV. Ilh reader He, eleinen'try arith
matle HIV, eleniMitury geography ilVi
gnuuiuer M'hool iogniphy UK), etc. Of
courMi, iiimhih but u text lusik limn
oMdWt w ill say tlmt Clilengti would um
inferior taxllwxiks, or that the saiIiooIs
atu Inferior,
t.mtHIC I.MIHT
for the city is ftirulslid by the city
lighting plant. The milmrUm strtsils
are lightevl by tho old pis lauii.
In Mime pints it 111 or Jtt candle
power lueaiuleu'ent is bung from the
trolley lhu pota. The are-light 4ants
lntna ntMinlly ( '2 dytiamos of ID
nrvlllits, itXXIi-wmlle power t-mh, and
iiroo poru ted by two shifts of nin me
wiglneer, Mioll-er and two firemen. At
Ilu Indiana nveiuie Hlatiim mi idler U
eni4oywl. OfiHuin-e, the ct of the
pistil is a matter of using cnpllnl ami
any city etui awtrla'u wlmt It otMts 10
put lit 11 luiit.
1IIK STKKMT OR 1WHB
area rvgulur fvxtttirv of Stub strvvt at
night. "The linnet retail Mrtlon la Uttu
tii'iilly (Kivixl, Ims 110 street ears, Iwcks
, run on ivoImmvnm 'ruluKtr tirus, ami thu
' budding are brlllantly illuiiinwtut by
tUoiiHtmU of olistrlc HghU. At Um
iIuks llanh in tlu itatioiwl eulora. At
otlu r tin lies of milorul lighU smii tlw j
stttHt At tin Itotlichtld deKtrtiiumt :
t. 'lv corner there U u pillar of lights
leu sl'iric4 ''gb uud tbmt eight
ftt 111 diameter -there, must Ih ten
thotiNtud tuottiideM-nts u imvt imi"
ing sHvhuIe. This slnsit Is thrtmgvl
w itb iIhhiisiiuI ut night. Tho klurtw are
all clrtKvl but the unttura 04MH up wuly.
1 Irouieight o'chvk to mklulgltt, crowd
are harangued 011 silMts of all k'nU
liv male UIUI IHIWaiO SKlKer. Mat
lew untliuiani prewiU in vroKirj
I
I Hull t tho Ublllty Of tho JWWVr. Wo
j heard exiiloitotl tho virtuesof new iuveo-
'. .... ., .. .
turns pan-ei nmiuiuos aun-tieiirvw,
rtOSTETTER'ci-;
V ceubrateo ingllosU'tter-sU
btotnacli llll
tcr. It can't
rcslsttlic pow
er of this
rcmedv.
Neither can
Const nation
I)YHI'K!HfOIt
MKUVOU8NKSS
Sec that u Phi-
VATB IlKVK-
nuk Stamp
corcr.s the
Bitters
neck of the Hottlc.
nnti-bonds, iinll-prohl,, anti-drugs, nntl
poK, ant.-rbrist, niiti-everythlng under
tho sun. Some were advocating so
cialism, come single-tax, come tern
IKirancu, etc., etc, Tho client mnjeity
of freedom of sjicccli nnd democratic
institutions wim maintained by nn w
cnslonal blue-couteil tolIccnian opening
a passage for an elegant gold-mounted
cipilpage carrying come of, the aristo
cracy home from the opera.
tub social niioniKiiiiooo
propaganda scciiih to have a tremendous
sway in Chicago. Its leaders nro dicol
des of I'rof. Ilerron of Iowa college, and
teach pure Christian coclnllsm. I heard
ono of Itliocc J. Stilt Wilson, n Method
ist preacher who has left his church, and
who drew such large crowds 011 State
street as to obstruct all tralllc and wns
notllled la quit the street by the police.
He lectured nt tho ltethnuy Congrega
tional church 011 tho Lulxir movement,
and his eloquent jierorntions weie
greeted with npphiuw by thu large
crowd p recent. Ilu ucserted as thu four
mouutaln-iieak facts of tho 11)1 b century
that It wits first 1111 itgu of labor-caving
machinery; second It was the ugo of self
government by the pvoplo; third that
It was an ngo that regnrded Christianity
that was not practical as it humbug; and
fourth as nresull of theco three great
preceding facts of the century there was
thu labor movement. He left the prog
ross of woman and the development of
public education out of tho calculation,
although claiming for the latter that It
was 11 labor movement. He puhlhhcs n
weeklv the Social Crusader, ut Kvuus
ton, III., and is invited to ccuk on the
social problem at the different churches
that are so located that It Is popular for
them to ocH)iico the labor canco.
mrriiANY cuiiiicii
of which Itcv. II. I lleguer In pactorlc
liM-ated on the 01 1 go of the great congested
factory labor itrwi of West Side Imputa
tion. Like many other churches it lute
lot its original membership by ehaugeri
of hs'iitlou to tho recideuce districts,
While it few men of wealth remain
among its members it Is nou in the
heart of 11 working class district. St.
I'aul's Catholic church, Milwaukee, near
the I'ulon deiHit, and many other
churches have b n abandoned, hut
llethauy is a type wIiomi Hock has b m
trausformeil. Tim lay hi Cliicugo the
Catholic an.il foreign churches of the or
thodox faith alone are full. Tho others
are more or less empty. The only ex
coptlou toemptynoss is where it strong
personality holds what might Ihi culled
public ''ilerest. Ilethany church has it
itstjr who discusses sociul problems in
11 practical wuy. lie has worked up a
strong men's league uud s ms i pon
cos the fmulty of organizing the caving
forces of the neignlsulKssl. Ills wife
conducts 11 large kindergarten training
class of young women in the Common
a slum district Juct west f thu t'lilou
depot. The Chicago religious and hhiIiiI
problem Is ung.iging the lnwt thought of
the brightest men and women of
Chicago.
Mt.TllOIMI.IT.V.V CUIIIICII,
in 11 MMtr district on the West Side, bus
been built by a man who has
made it foi tune out of ten-cent trump
lodging bonnes. Harvey Is a Mnthodirt
ami he has covered his house of worship
with electric lights, glviw valuable prises
like bracelets aud violins for tho) who
niello In the largest number of Si'Milay
wIhhiI chifdivn, and it will be Interest
lug to know how his effort nt solving the
social problem eonie out. llauoy is a
man the politicians have to reckon with
who nro Interested in the limiting ote
on election day. K. Hoi vt.
The Song of th CrJI.
Ibe.bjfiltotwri.enlikl,
Tfc2rtliltU-3
ilhui;Kiiiliithrli)
; A Ur lltlli- life Hut 1.
c
SM
riHUlttb to hl
Ti nU ihuUiy lkln.1,
that m 111 twi ana ralnav
A lHire Utile Mul li.
IHIT down fioui uUnei
A iIIiik lu t,c Air, a
y lu love.
.'dJ
In the
oy when
me lnnrl
It wu uiit.
leu lliat
tUOtllClllCHHl
khould here
alter lx ar
cutuvuiei wllli pin
aud aorrow,
t ti t this
nine upou
our fete
mrenta hai
been Hnht
eued moir
and more
mankind
be learn
ed tn tUe
uperior to
miiy of their aim and tnUtakea.
ii 'iV of. i.he KTaJ asenciea hlch en.
Uthtrned Science ha ihvoctr.l In leliere
wuiheihiKKl fiom rxceMte tutrerniK U the
u t. iu . . , ; ..."""" "j
.. .1 ,r"l'"n uevwetl b
the Invalid.' Jluttl uml Sutvilcal Intitule,
milption imbuwt the entire urrou v.
trm with natuml. healthv italltv ri.
. .'.,,c lk'or ,0 ,,,r d"te orsaHUm be-
Ully concerned in tuotheihiKHl. iritdei
th prospective mother trone and ckreiAtl
ami inaVe the comin of baby enllitlv ftvc
gum l4rtffr and lmot ftec ftuw imIh.
The delighted gratitude of Ut rVaal
Walton, o? Atvo. Ca Co.. Neb., will Kh4
au echo in the he4tt of ecry exM-Uat
mother
HHMn haa ncadMbr, vM not rt at alstii
a rampletdy worn wit lu every wav 1 vvu
MCM.T11 ta u llr Wn. VvA IkLuJj
mdbfu 10 liuprust Huht away I mmiMviu
" w" improve UkU
iiwu ai the tune f nmAntmeui Ti wvSm
lukill.. nflk . -k .JJ . . t'r m. .1 -
r,, mlTx7 lienT. Vaviite "WtX
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V. tiiici'i lHcllet uie conttiuatiou.
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SIJDNBY MIL.L.S
Telephone 51.
v
Enquire of your grocer
for it and try it, 2
Every sack" guaranteed
All from old wheat and
best in market.
SIDNEY IMILLS
Telephone 51.
v
GOLD DUST FLOUR
GRASS 3BBD,
All fresh seeds. No old stock left over.
Get our prices. Lowest in the city.
Brewster & White.
THU; HLOUK
I'honc 1781.
HEATING by
STEAM
HOT AIR .
HOTWAtER
Estimates furnished, and work done promptly, substantially
and at honest prices.
Fruit and Hop Dryer work a specialty.
T. S. BURROUGHS, 102 State St, Phone 1511
Ml. Rng?I College
Salem, 10 miles Irom Portland.) Coiii'i.irrK and Tuoitot'iiii Ceuiisns: l'reparatorv
Literary, Scientilic, Cl.tical, Normal, Commercial. Sitcui. 1'ofnsns in Math'i
inatics, Surveying, Drawing, Civil Service, French, (iermun, Spanish, Italian
Shorthand, TyHivvrltIng, 'l'elegraphy, Mucic. A cjiccial class is provided for xtu,
dents who on account of farm lulxir, wish to enter Into in fall uud leave early in
spring. Academic degrees and teachers state certlllcales and slate dlploums con
ferred. Scud for catalogue. Address,
Tun I'niisiiiKNT Mount Amim. (i.m:ui:, Ml. Angel, Ore.
DIBT flllffii WMH
.
Ih issued Tluirr-dny uioiiiliig
of thehtiite the wiuie week.
t
it 51.0(1 M
In two p.irtsooiititiui all
and Slato News.
iM VHKLY JOURNA
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The, Mmlel Qregon Newrpiir ami Puuilly Juurual.
Uniting News, Flatlmi, Literary, Huno.li anil U.tlry
aodMiirk'ct New; In atlrHntlyu nvudablc form,
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the legUUmre awl suto uUMuk, s weJj. m liHlepon
dent, .-rrtiir iim) c u -im rK.iuni up N iNiUiio nmUw
Soml a trial "ulv-crlpihm.
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A.ND KH.ICEI MKN
1)1 Court st.
Fur boys und young men. Conducted by
uciiiciiuc luiiieis. iieaiiniuuy
ractlvelv hs'itted. (1 1 tulles from
In lime tn ruiyli nl! l" i"
liiiportuui Foiolgn, Nulloiml
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Corvallis & Eastern Railroad
TIME GAUD,
2 For Yaqulnu:
Train leaves Aiuany iz:oup. m.
Train leaves Corvnllls.... 1:45 p. 111.
Train arrives Yuqulna... 5:50 p. 111.
1 Iteturnlng:
Leaves Yuqulna 7-00 a. 111
Leaves Corvallis 1 1 :4n a. in
Arrives Albany 12:25 p. in.
3 For Detreit:
Leave Albany 7:40 a.m.
Arrives Detroit 11:55a. 111.
4 Returning:
Leaves Detroit 12:25 n. in.
Airlvcs Albany 5::i5 p. 111.
OLcaves Ibany 0:0." p. 111.
Arrive Corvallli 11:55 p. 111
SLeaves Corvnllls 11:40 a. in.
Arrives Albany 7:23 u. in.
One and twi. connect at Albany and
Corvnllls with Southern l'nclllc trains
giving direct, ccrvlL-c Linml from New
port and adjacent beaches.
No. (I runs from Albany to Corvallis
on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
only.
'o. 5 runs from Corvallis to Albany
on Tuesdays, Tliurcdays and Suliir
days only.
Trains for the mountains arrive at
Detroit at no'iti, giving ample time
to reach camping grounds nn I be
Hrcltenbush and bunlliiiii river me
same day.
II. 1. WAMIKN, fcPWi.-s Bimr.,
T F. I. A. MMiKKe
J.TUKNEIl Accnt, Allmnr.Ote.
vii.umette:uivku division
STEAMER ALBANY,
Captnln Zumnlt
Leaves Salem nt7a. in. Tor Portland
aud way landings every Tuecd.iy
Thursday and Saturday.
Tho Mvftiner han been eiilii(il wllli flri
c1h accommoiliitloiin, Inclinllng sn eU-gAiu
Uiifiirpsiwctt lor carrMnn Uitli frelKlil nml
pafH'iiKern.
Dorkr-Kiiot of blalo Hreet.
Kli S i:illi Aurut.
Canadian Pacilic
Sou Pacific Line.
Travel in comiort
by the
IMPERIAL LIMITED
the fastest
train crossing
the continent.
It is a
through train
making fewstops.
Its equipment
is of surpassing
elegance.
It will pay you
to travel
by.it.
For full n.irtieiil.irs as to rates, time
and copies uf C. P. It. publications ap
ply to
CM LOCK VO01
Agent Saleiu Ure.
II. II. Abott, Agent Portland.
K. J.Coylc. A (i.P A. V.incouver II (
I
Oregon Slion Lino llailroaii '
The Direct Route tn
Montana, Utah. Coloialo i
ami all liastcm Points
(llv tholn nl two lioerile rioilt, via lli I
Union I'urlhi Kl Mull I J ne. or Hie '
ltlotlraliilvHcviilii Ulii". ,
Look at tho tunc
li Days tnSalt Lake
2i Hays to Denver
:it Days to Chicago
41 Days to New York
Free llwlliillig Chair Can, Viilmliienil Toil
Ut 81wIuk fan, ami I'llllniHU 1'iiline
hlet'Cr eirtiMl on ill train.
For further Information apply In
llOlbK .(. II.VItKKIt. AKKiitn. Mm
W. K. COMAS', (itu'l Aiient
T. O. TKKKV, Trav. Pa Al
Uniilothl I'urtUiid
The Academy or tho Sac cd llea I
3AL1IM, OK1COON.
Fiidor tliedlrwtion ot the histers of the
Holy Nmnortof Jeus aud Marv. will n-
sumo studies ou SepteiuWr llth for
young ladv boarders and ulso for day
pupils, Including Isiys nml girU.'l 'a rent's
are ouruestly ret)iie"tel to enter their
children utthoopeniiigof the lln-tws-ion.
Au ulience of more than two weeks ilttr
in the K'holastic year, will Interfere
with the conferring of certificates and
medals. The munc and art ileutuionts
fiiruUh all the ef.-entiuU for advuiictd
sttiily. rrosiH-cttiii M'lit free ou upplicn
lion. s.'o in,
S-' Im
Hod Picking
Will eomtuoiu't) in u few days. Do not
forifHt to Htllttdv ViMlrelf with mffMM
tons, Istktng powders, ttxtroeUi ami spitve
nt imr store.
V will given Urrol for liop picking
FREE
with a Two DtlUr
tickets btttidw.
IhimIum, and yui
VOKOlAlll m STOIIII.
Tf'enm n 31.
Free Delivery.
TAB GREAT SALT LAKD OOTB
The attention of canlouml travwets U
auejl 10 the advanta; oMeied thm Iw the
Kto Grande Velem, "ih Ureal W 1 ale
Kmiie " lh umt mm mrvnllcl utuituu
tbcllllllima e via lliuitlnstcn or an Pram.
fcinw TUe (uener bu hu choice of two
lOHtw out ol rwtland. three through Cola.
iu4o, and lour e( ibereof. No nther lin-
MflWaad an Uftt mch variety of 1
i..ji .1. ...... , 1, J '
ill I akBl-eil l mn, in Ift.li A. IVIa !
r4. TKm nyb pitllmtn acj tomitt tleei-. i
C tar in in a an tiairu, at well u free
feettMnj chair can. The mi vice and ar- ft
Ufunioilatioiu ufcied are eqnaL if Dot a-
penor to tha e of any liaBt-ooMiseetal load, VJ
ms iiiaireiitajiukiw u me MUM.
If jati eonteapUic a tup eaw, nte to'
1. II MiiuaLI n n.,.1 A... U... .'.. I. I
eitvan Katlray 141 lltinl Mreet. Hoi an I j
1 k". 101 any 111 uihui o.v oi aiay neel in I
rr(eicu.c lo.airt. niu'ev .if atiomuliuuiu I
D.BN.
T1MK SIIIHiDLr.
Kriim I'ortlaml
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Kftit
MhII
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Salt Lsko, Upotcr H. VVotU,
uninim, k annul cnj Sir.-,,..
loills.l'hlr.zosD.IKni.t. I,,m
Wnlla Walln, Hiiolcnn'e, Mlnii sJ"
Rnill, M. I'aul, Dnliilk, Mil-i ' i"
viinkccOliicai;oiiilmi,t. ' ".,'
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Flier
2.'j0pm
I s 11
1 111.
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Haiirvory ntiii)n.
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ex 81 nl HTIIAMUIli. 1
Hater- ,Tu Aaldrln ami uu) Uiri'lim,, ,. ,kui;
Hui,.
J 10 p, m J
on) 1
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Halcm
7,15 am
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In
Tim
utitlKnt
WILLAMETIE K1VEK DIVMm
Daily bulls to Portland as al ek:
Tronsfers to sirrct c.-u line nt Oitp , , ,
If the steamer arc tlelnjeil idrre ootrf
trip tickets tn all lointsln tltigon Wr ( n .
ton, or California. Connect on ii,n!c pi lyfj
land with all mil, ocean am met lint,
W. II. Ill-11 la I
(5rM l'a. A(l, I'oiilir.
(J. M. POV. KKS Agcnl, '1 r.ide v.er d.V
Salen .
IIUIHl' , IIAI Kl.lt
tuv Ater.u
SOUTH OND EACT
VIA
TMF. SIUSTa R011L
or Tin:
Southern Pacific to,
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9.MS PmJ- rtr, ...San
7-'4i A M ) Ar. Sun Fi
I'at.u ii
Satrui Ar
rnr!ro I v
5 ou r M
6:05 p M
6.43 A M
8-15 I' M
7.UO A M
8'I5 I'M
4.15 I'M
Ar (JUtn ..
Ar Deliver.
Ar .... I'malia .
Ar Clnc.ig'i .
Ar. ..Im Amc e..
Ar .. E Pxio .
Ar. ...Fori Worlli..
Ar. New Orle.iii.
7.55 A m
DlNlNU CARS
ObSEhVATIi N CAKs
Pullman liut-cia 1 anil lntins irrpii!L car
a'.tachrd to all through train , 'loun.inr
ihriiugli tn Clilcflo witlieu cli.ingr.
ROSMIUKI MAIL, UAH V
8:30 A Ml l.v... Portland Ai .4 . 1 .
lu;ss a M l.v. . . S.ilem. . . 1 v t 50 . n
S.'Jo l' m IjAr Kovdmrg I.v 1 7 m
r;
WK.VI SlUKlJlVIMli.N
llh-rVVKKN NkTIAMI AMI 1.DKVAI
.Mail laln daily excc t Suiid.i)
7.0 a M I Lv. . . .Portland Ai I 5
11.55 i- Mf Ar.. CorvnllU l.vf 1
llhTVVKKN roRTMMI AMI 1.1IKV AI 1 1
.Mail laln daily excc t Sumlay.
5 V. I'M
to CM
Al Albany and Corvallu cen re t
Mini of the C .V K Ry
ITJUiirKNOUNCli l;AMi:.N(iKU
KXI'KKSS TRAIN D4ILV HXCKI-I aUNHAV.1
450 I- m) Lv ...Portland Arfh J5 a m
730P m Lv....McMlnnilh L s-t.. a m
H:3o p M) Ar Imlependtncc Ll 4 "50 a m
Inrec'i connrctleni at Mn hrancivco uitli
te.tmhip II iii f. HAWAII, IAIAS
CHINA. 'Illi: rilll.l.II'I.Ni:. and Als
TKAI.IA.
Tor llimui;li tick'h and ratri ca'l ir U
W, SKINNKK, DeiHit Agent, er C- I)
(JAIIUlbLSONCily ticket Agent, 211 Com.
metclal M Salem I)
K MlKlll KK, Manag.-i "
C.MAKKIIAV .. V.&V. A. foula.
mmm
You Can Get
a Lower Berth,
t 1 til one exception the through
trains of the liurllugtiui Itouic
uroiiliniHl Invariably vvell-lliled
The oxceptlou Is tittr St I'ml
Chlnigii Lluillid. On the luni'ed
there in UMiully room and ti
spare.
Don't Infer that It Is ri -It 11. r
so lino, nor si. fast, as A.N V Uaiii
of ANY other Hue lieiween '
Paul and Cliloutru On the imi
trary, tliutu Is 1111 more U'linlifol
train In Amuricu. Itluts elciin.
light, ste tm heat, wide .etliiii"'
the most .ilirautnry dining it
servieo on tbo continent- and
lower berth forevorylssly,
A.C.SHKLinN
(Jou'l At'ent. Piirllund.tlr.
A Few Interesting Fads
When nple arc conlem;ilsting a u
whether ou tuini or pleisure, Ih' y m
ally want the lwst icrvice obtainable i I"
11 vpeed, comfort anil safely it conceinel
Kmplojetnf the Wivconnm Leniial Line are
paid to wive ihe public and our trams air
jeril-d a to nwike rlo e Oonnrcusi
with diveiging lme at ml juncti.'ii Mii'
I'nbnnn I'aUce Sloping and Chair or-
on through trAiiw
Dining car service unexcelled, Me
a la Carte.
bi'Hiler looldain lln dm c'ui taw',
ak the ikot agent .0 veil ou a ticket "ver
TUB WISCONSIN CBXTIIAi. LINK
aid ) uu ill- mike Uirert rn''on 1
St. rtrnl for Chicag .J;lwHke nJ all
joint tt-i,t.
rw tuiy wrt rr infomuikw c 1 any
lie m UiaU or enrrtHiMUMl ulth
JAS. IH)Nl),
General I'atc, Aeul.
.Mll.wAtiKtll., Wht,
orJAv. A - UK"K,
tlril -l jj W,
3Crirk Slieet,
UOHTIAM), Qkk,
No More Unrpot Monopoly.
1IOTAN & IK WIN
lint 1 j.n.' m.lt.l UK irlefc"!
lis- ! 'rt, IIUatf.irKl U HI"
ltii-w an 1. uAi to i-w I 1 uai
nt IU Wik MUMW4I -n. ra IB
lem.
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