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jWe have some odd lots in Mackintoshes to
. JSean up and will for all of next week give
yoU" a chance to buy a coat asgood as the
best for the price of the cheapest,
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A in. Johnson & Go.
THE Ml JOURNAL
BY HOPB0R BHOTHBRS
SATURDAY, NOV. 11, 18W.
Dully, 'Ono Year 93.00, In Advance
Dally, Touc Monttn $1 00, U' &.dvanoo
Weekly, Ono Year 91.00, In Julvnnco
SCARES IN NEWSPAPERS.
There Is danger of great Injury lielng
(lono to thin city mid of great harm cum
lug to Ho sanitary nml business interests
from unnecessary dissemination of
smallpox wares tlitongh the newspapers
ml by Individuals.
Tiir Jovknai, has adopted thu iwllcy
of publishing Inforinntioii nt tlio direct
requestor the health autlioritlcs. Any
bullotiiiH Hint Dr. K. A. Piorco lias
glvon to tlio Hililto ns health olllcor of
Halcm Jmvo boon found reliable. Ily IiIh
car inul vigilance ho bun quarantined
every case successfully ho far and
will no doubt lw nblu to continue to do
A retiorter of this npor Investigated
tlio case In tin) Hauer family, In South
Baltmir Friday. Tlio attending physi
cian declared It n mild case of smallpox.
Tlio llltlo girl's yea woro watering, bur
fucu was vory red, bur nppetlto was
good, kIio wits playing about tint Iiouho,
mid bo believed sho would bo all over It
In n few days. Those nru tlio plain
facte. The llauer house Id separated
from nil other houses, on u lot by itself,
Thero In ono Salem physician attending
n wliolu family of such cases near Kola.
They nro not considered very ronton
Iuiin, because these hyekiuiiH and
other physician attending similar
case nro mingling among tlio people
and ntlendlng oilier patients, without
tear or causing alarm. The mild ull
male of Western Oregon makes It very
easy to handle mich caned mid to pre
vent ilietr spreading, There In then no
real cause for alarm. If the schools are
dosed and all theehlldrou in the city
turned out to play and run nbout tlio
city and It suburbs, will thero lo more
orjes danger of contagion? Wo nro of
the opinion that no mnvtipaper wire or
jiersoiial scare of any kind should bo
gotten up. M the hualtli olllcer puln
llsh nny notice bo sees lit mid nil gov
ern themselves accordingly.'
Attn matter of fact, Bimrudlo or Iso
lated rases of Hu-calhd iiuullpoic, w bieli
In often nothing but n skin or llltb
disease, are to ho found nt nil timed of
the your In cities liko Seattle mid Port
land, During u stay of nearly a month
recently In .Chicago, wo nw kinullpox
Hags out n number of times, Iteyond mi
olllcer, stationed nt tlio door of the
hoiiwi no attention was paid.
These are tho plain common sense
facta iu wo sco them hImiiiI thin matter,
nml It Ih the duty of uu'ryonu to avoid
repetition of useless or exaggerated ro
HrU, that only tend to create oxolto.
ineiit mid spread uimccossiiny alarm.
The dili-hea for the city water work
have boon dug nt Sherwood and tlio Ik
laying but loguii.
in Wmmhmey Paint
don't scrub it ami
wear off the sur
face. Use Gold Dust
according to direc
tions printed on
every package and
you will be pleased
with the results and
surprised at the
sAving1 in labor.
Ui fr rr WUI uaMa lw
TV H, K. rAHWUH? CPANV
ftim .LmH fwtuk ImIm
St., Salem, Or.
Bteps Token Tor Union With the Uni
tarian. From tli KoTcmber Oullook.
Tlio biennial R-cRlon of tlio ITnlvornn
lint (ieneral Convention at Boidon, Octo
ber 20-20, IiicIiipIvo, wiih ono of more
than iiHiml imM)rtnuco. Ono In Im
pruRficd'lret with tlio (net that the Indl
vldunlicillc nplrit which linn character
ized the UnlvorwiliHta iilmont nn Htrongly
nH the Unitarians Ih getting ImrneHHed
for co'(iK)rativo effort. It wan atntetl
that more than bait of the pantom buvo
nlrendy mibm-rlbed to tlio tovenant
formed nt tlio preceding convention. It
Is worth quoting In full for iln admiral
Wo, the ordained mlnlnlerH of tlio
IJnlvcrfallht eliurcb, profoundly denlr
iug to givo full proof of our ministry by
inakinu tlio utmoxt of our milted
Htrength in tlw upbuilding of tlioilivluo
kingdom on earth, mid iu order to pro
mote a deeper unity of puriiono mnoug
ourHolvea through tlio cultivation of a
ftiiirlt of lovnltv nml aubordlnntlou Iu
tlio practical administration of tlio
Church, horebv mutiiallv covenant witli
each other and Holemuly pledge to our
uolovcri Uhurcli that uo wlll,nlnll IIiiich,
bold onraelvea In duo aubjeetlou to tlio
uuthurltio' and policiea of the 1'nlver
Miliut Church, to that end Hulx)rdiuaUug
when needful our peraoual preferencuH,
nnd that wo will eurnontly ondenvor to
auxtnln the nppolnted nutnoritleH of the
Church, and to carry Into effect tlio iolt
eleH adoptel by tlio convontioiiH.
Novor before hat) tlio UnlverflallHt mill
iitry been ho clotely united an now, mid
tlio proiipcut is hopeful that pomctlilng
liko uuauiinlty iu thin covenant Ih to bo
Hccured. Another jioint gained at thin
convention van tlio lultutioii of what la
likely to bo nt leant u clomir co'operation
between the Univereallat and Unitarian
ImhIIom It baa been found eupcolally do
airablo in small coiumuiiitlea, to prevent
tlio friction mid waste eiiNuing when
thofo ulio bnvo ho iiiucb iu conimon nro
kept apart by denominational Jealousy
or rivalry. I'nltarlaiw bnvo long do
aired homo plan of union, but their
overtures have not been warmly re
ceived. Home Inlbiential rulvomiliata
bnvo Htrongly antagonized them on theo
logical grounds. Moicovcr, tlio I'ni
voraallst cliurcbea, being twice as num
erous as the Unitarian, bao on that ac
count also been Ices earnest for a junc
tion of forces. At Itoston, however, for
tlio first time, each body met the other
fairly half-way. The delegation ap
points! by the recent Unitarian confer
ence was cordially welcomed, and their
overture was agreed to, that a commit-
tee of live from each body should con
sider plana for closer co-ooratloii mid
report at the next mcutiug of each.
This wan oiuhmihI by Dr. Sweeter, of
Philadelphia, In n spwih of mvoro crltl
liilsm ujMjii Unitarians, but It' wira'cari'
rieil by tlio strong majority of l(1l to 23j
Since the contcunlal churches In 1HT0,
udiuiaslun to their fellowship luubcvu
boutlltloued on uatunt to the ilvijlarivtjon
formnliitiHl at lncliotcr, .N. II., iu
1HU This occasioned demand for ita
revision, and after long dlMiuwnou a
recant of it waa ngrveil on two years ago
at Chicago. This n mtlllcd at iloston
by u votoofi;!'.' to JO, ami in now; thu
standard of teaching In tlio Unlvormiuat
clturvlioa. Tlio lw funnuLuloa am
mtlllolently brief forqtUHlulfm' IirfiTli;
and thoirconiMrltfou Ucortilnly inter
vatluu: iiik wim'iiimtwi niorwiiox.
AiiTiii k 1, Wo Imliovo that tho llol
Scriptures of tho OldamlsNow TvaKu1
muiits contain n revelation of the char
acter of Uinl, nnd of tho duty, Intoront,
and final tlebtliiatlou of mankind,
Ahtivlk II. Wo IhiIIovu that theivl
ono God, whoso nuture Is Iio, roveiUtnl
In one Iinl Jihiiis Christ, by tho Holy
Spirit ulUrmv. who ill llnally rest'om
the whole family of mankind to helmes:
You always expect to sec
a baby plump and rosy, don't
you? Thinness in a baby
is a disease. If not corrected
serious results follow. The
lirst year often determines
the health for the whole of
i long life.
is a true and tried friend to
'he little ones. It gives
I hem just the plumpness all
healthy babies should have.
int. rd tji, ttldruithlf,
Sf.OTT& IIOWNH, Chemists, Nw Yof k.
Articlr III. Wubcllovo that bollncBH
and true bapiiliietia nro Inaeparnbly
connected, nml that believers ought to
Ihj careJul to mnlntnln onlcr mid prac
tice gorid worka; for these things are
giKxl nml prolltublo unto men.
The condition of fellowship ahull Iks
I. The necoptuueo of tlio essential
princlplea of the nnivuraallsta Faith, to
wit I I. Tlio Univeranl Knthorhooil of
God. 2. Tlio spiritual authority nnd
leadership of Ills Sou, Jesus Christ. :t.
Tho truatworthincKS of tlio Hibiu ns
coiituinlnit n rovclatlon from Clod. 4
Tlio curtninty of lust retribution for
sin. 6. Tlio llnal Iinriiiony of all soula
II. Tho acknowleilginent of tho au
thority of tho Geiiertl Convention and
assent to ltn lawa.
Tho Winchester Profession la coin
mended na containing these principals,
but neither tills nor any other precise
form of words Is required ns a condition
of fellowship, provided always that tho
princlplea nbuvu stated lw profiwed.
Tho most obvious thing hero la tlio
Trinitarian feature of tho older form la
not founded In tlio now. Hut with this
goes n stronger, clearer call to mission
ary activity than wo have heard in
the same quarter. Tho Itev. C. K. Itico
declared! "Our future ns a church de
pends largely on our foreign mission.
Tlio universality of our claims na a
church Involves something more than
a locul propaganda. " Tho Holy Hplrlt
wua rceoguirod in tho prayera of tho
Convention, If not In Its formulary, and
the warmth of religious feeling was
unmistakable, In tho spirit of loyalty to
Jesus and unity with all children of God
"Tho work of tho Unlversallst Church,"
said tlio President of tho Convention,
Mr. Charles L. Hutchinson, of Chicago,
"la to preach tho gosel of the Lord
Jesus Christ, to win men to Clod nml
To Cura LnOrlppo In Two Dnys
1'iikc Ijiiutlvo llromo Quinine TaliloU, All
(Iriurululi ruCuml tlin tmmvy if II fall to cum
K. W. (In (' niKiuliiro In mi each Ihix &'.
Qermany InAsU Minor,
Tho victory of tho Germans over the
Kuglish In tlio matter of the Kuphrates
Valley Hallway has given prodigloua
satisfaction yi the aubjeeta of William
II, mid with doubt to that progressive
young monarch himself. In point of
fact tho emperor Id carrying out tho
I sit ley approved by Itlsmnrck, who,
three- decades ago, foresaw that tho
I'athorland .would not Ihj largo enough
to Hiipport tlio rapidly increasing popu
lation. Iu Hlsmarck'fl opinion German
colonization had become a necessity.
The first feeble attempts on tho west
and east coasts of Africa were and con
tinue to ho pltful. In spltoof tho pain
ful correctness of German bureaucracy,
in spito of tho immense amounts of
money mid time given to tho projects,
less than it thousand German white
Immigrants have settled In those
colonies. In China tho Germans have
been far more (fortunate aa was to I hi
expected; mid iu case William 11, could
oor realize his iridescent dream of
transforming u Porugueso Into a German
llrazll, bo might lie more successful
Jtni, It la, however, not to bo8tipK)acd
ithumucji a dream will ever bo realized,
although It la true that tlio great and
fertile province of Pan Paulo Is nearly
untlrely iMipulatcd by Germans. .Tho
world u tho gainer, however, as well ns
Germany, by tho signal success which
bus attended the Kaiser's projects In
AttiuIlnor. Tlio trade of binyrna and
other ports, long in CI reek and Austrian
bauds having largely passed to those of
tho northern Teutons, tho Industrial
and " wntuerclnfdevelopmenta of tho
UitcrlorU now jii order. From the rich
plnlnaof AslnMinor tho Germans may
produce, as some colonizing Miwer
should long ago have dope) enough rarn
and cotton to supply half Kuropo, Tho
mineral wealth of Asia Minor Is also
Jar go but uudovoloped, The Kuphrates
ft'olley Hallway will K (bo chief means
tit both agricultural and mineral de
velopment. It will prot.XH.sl from ono of
tho Mevllterrancan hurbora to a barlsir
911 the Persian Gulf, a project which has
lnxn under ilincunlon for sixty years.
It will bo n short cut to India, and thus
Kngland will lUkUt Germany.
Tho Bast Proaaripuom or Malaria
llUlll and I'uvarlu b4lUu ol UKOv !'
i.kwt C1111.L 10x10, , It U lmply lion ud
Uiliilnoliia taulu fura No eurv, mi ity.
I1, ire 6O0. MTiiAwtui
An Impcmnt Ami-T'rmt Decision.
Tho decision of Urn Supremo Court of
Illluola agahisttbo (iluooso Sugar lt
flniit Company slum that itunbluu
tlonl of coiiipotlinj factories may often
U) prevented tts wtsily as iMinbintitious
or comMtiug banks. Tho, GIiicom) com. I
pany was organised under" the corpora-1
tlonlawsof Now Jefsvy, and Mvuisto1
have nothing in Illinois not uuihorited j
by the Netversey statutes. Itut the J
IlltnoU Jaws, of umirso, govern transac
tions wtihlu'thut state, and tho Illinois'
laws, as tho court holds, forbid 0110 corj
poralton to sell I.L proptjrly to a compel-
itor if tho tranwcUon Hiai tho efftvt of ,
i.i.,.:. is ,.,..
.....WMK,..,.. ,...,, ioi.,M,rrlIl-a,lrt iiMllgmlou. Stone. Druir
or voiitiolliug production. As Illinois .stoic
forms a large part of tho "corn belt," In
which alono glucoso can bo successfully
manufactured, nnd ns tlio decision de
clares null ami void, Uie transfer, by aale
of any Illinois factory to the iSatlotial
combinations, the blow adrnhiisterod to
the trust Is of far-reaching Importance
It Is true that a somewhat similar de
cision was once rendered ih Ohio against
the Standard Oil Trust, but In tfils" case
no serious effects were anticipated, as
tho practical control of tho oil Unsiricss
by a handful of men made their united
action almost unavoidable. If n few
men okned the country's banking busi
ness, even our Nntlonal banking low
could not prevent the banks from form
lug a practical trust. The glucose bus!
ness more dearly resembles that of tho
banks, as relattvelp small corporations
may be organized In a lnrgo nuniler of
place to carry it on. Tl.o decision of
the Illinois court that these corporations
may not sell oitt to other corporations
any more than one National bank may
null out to another if the effect of tlio
sale is to limit competition, seems to
preclude tho establishment of a mon
opoly for somo tfmo to'coirte. The mag
nitude of tlio victory for anti-trust legis
lation is so great that friends as well
as foes hesitate in estimating its effects
until thov learn whether It Isto bn fot
lowed by other 'decisions requiring the
release of the property of similar tructs
to tho corporations and firms orislnaily
Use Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup nt Once,
If your child has croup or bronchitis.
WiiHtc no tliutf; delay tuny h danger
ous. Dr. Uulra Cough Hyrup cures at-
onc.c. it- is a suic uuu iniuinuie rein
cdy. All driigghts sell II for Z't cents
Lino County Breaks the Record.
Tlio Salem contractors who aro build
ing the new court house in Linn county
expect to have the new building ready
for occupancy by tho first of January,
and will' push things to that end. Al
ready stoves aro in somo of tho rooms
drying tho walls. The general appear
ancoof tho building Is going to be all
that can be desired, nn ornament to
the gem county of tho state. A pe
culiar thing In Oregon history will
occur when the building la completed.
It will bo entirely paid for with the
county, out of debt, in contrast to several
neighbors who nro carrying big debts
on account of their now buildings.
Hkkciiam'a I'iixh for Stomach
J. I). Hrldges. Elltor "riiSiiiocTUt,"
Lancaster, N. II., says "One Mlnutt
Cough Cure is tho uesl remedy fir
croup 1 ever used. 'Immediately re
lieves and cures, ll prevents con
tuiiipllou. Stones Drugstore.
What Is a Legal Bushel.
A numlier of farmers bnvo asked us
to publish what ia n legal bushel In Ore
gon. Tho matter was referred to John
A. Jeffrey, one of the lending young
Salem lawyers, who bands us tho follow fellow follew
ing: TDK t.KO.U. WKIOIITS OK I'KODITI'K
Aa provided by tho statute of Oregon,
per bushel, aro as follewa:
Wheat, slxtv pounds.
Clovor seed, sixty kiiiiIs.
ltye, fifty-six pounds.
Com. tlftv-aix notiuda.
Oats, thirty-six pounds.
Ilarley, forty-six pounds.
lluckwiieat, forty-two pounds.
Dried apples or peaehoa, twenty-eight
Potatoes, sixty ouuds.
jtfiMen it iivum, luuj-iivu niiiiiiib.
Tlio statute provides that where tiny
of thonbnvo articles shall lw sold "by
the bushel," mid no special agreement
us to the measure or weight thereof
shall lie made by the parts, the measure
thereof shall bo ascertained by weight,
and shall lxt ns iiIhivo set forth.
Tho replevin cases In which 8. II.
Ormsby is plaintiff and George Howe
mid Percy llrown, respectively, are de
fendants, argued Friday afternoon be
fore Justice Johnson by I). C. Sherman
and L. II. MoMnhau, attorneys, and
were taken under advisement and will
probably bo decided Monday.
J, G. Ititigelman has bought out the
blacksmith business of A. Herscbbache,
the shop formerly run by llersohluehe A
Poktuni), Nov. 11. Wheat
M & 50 Walla Walla. Mc. to oT.
Flour Portlaud, t-l.tX) toS.ftl,
lino fi.lt mir bbl.
Oat White 9i3fto. eroy ' to U
Hay Timothy tuf IUX) ior ton.
Hops 7 He; old crop 5 & Uo.
Wool Valley. 12Q13ot Kastern Or.
egon. U14e Mohair, 27 TO.
Millstuff llran, 17 J shorts, $18,
Peultry Chickens, mlxetl, $.300 to 4.00
Ileus -1 to 4.60, turkeys, live, 12Jvl-lc.
Kmrs Oregon, 21 to 22Jo jer do.
H ides O reen,salttdCO lbs, 8tfc.umUv
W) lbs, 7H ; hep pelts, 1820c.
Onion 1 to Hfo,
llutter lWst dairy, 2eQ35: fancy
creamery, 60o to 65o per roll, store :t7
IVitatoos 60 to COo HTvental.
llojia Heavy drossoil Colo tyc t
Mutton Drossel,il'5e tt 7o per ihiiiiiiI.
lieof Stran. 3.60eJt$t.00; oowb, $3.00
$3.60dressMl,W( tl to 7l4'
veal ilroseetl, 8Q8o.
SALEM MARKET f
Wool Mc Io!mlr:Wc,
Oats 25 and 27c
'"'"'I ITIV " 7 V
Hay Duled, cheat
Flour In wholesale
Iota $;t.00 ret
Millstulfs bran $13.00 shorts
Hogs dressed, 5)ic,
Live cattle Steers 3'iitiwsJ'j
Dressed Voal IUc.
Hutter Dairy 18jocroamery I
Iultry liens 7 to 8 cents,
J)r, , U.tUideii, Suiumlt, AU,
says, "1 tblnV Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
, splendid inedloioe." U tlgets
what ymi eat and nulckly euros tlys
Every farmer ktlors that t6 kill weeds
ke must go to the roots. To cut the
Trceu on uu wc uj
face, mrans that the
weed Is still left to
grow. It's just that
way with botlt, ul
pimples and similar
TaitMses of the' flestC
To f cure thesn you
tnujkt go to the1 roote,
tlnMinla f li hltkkt.
ment never gets rid
of the disease. It
will come back at
the first opportunity.
It is to Its won
derfut power In the
Eurlficatloll of (be
lopd that Doctor
owes many of its
triumphs of healing.
It cleanses the blood
nating all the refuse
turitter and clears
out the waste and poisonous particles
which clog the body and so tout the
flesh. It eradicates from the blood the
condition! which nlake disease possible.
The result is that diseases die out like
fires that are unfed.
There is no medicine for the blood which
is "just as good" as "Golden Medical
Discovery." Accept no substitute.
" I feel It my duty to write to you of the won
derful curative power Of your 'Ooldch Medical
Ulacovery,' " wrltea Oeo.B. Henderaou, Ukj.. of
Denaud, Lee Co., Florida "I had a tad bruise
on my right ear, and my blood waa badly out of
onlcr I tried total doctor but with no good
reiutti. Finally, I wrote you the particular In
my case, and you adrltedyour 'Oolden Medical
Discovery,' which I began tor take. From the
firit bottle I began to feel better, and when I had
taken eight bottle the aore wat healed up. I
wish you uccei."
1'ree. On receipt of ai one-cent stamps
to pay expense of mailing only, Doctor
Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser,
1008 pages, paper-bounJ, will be sent
free. For cloth binding send 31 stamps
to Dr. R. V. Pierce, IlulTalo, N. Y.
News of tho sudden death of George
Hamilton, of Fossil, Wheeler Co. Ore
gon, was received yesterday by his
brother M. L. Hamilton In this city.
Mr. Hamilton was M years of age mid
was proprietor of a hotel at that place.
Heart disease was I lie causo of his
death, which occurcd at G::tO p. tu. yes
terday. Ho leaves a wife nnd a ton,
Preston Hamilton, who Is attending
Willamette University. Mrs. Wm. It.
Anderson and M. 11. Kays of Salem are
sisters to deceased. Mr, Hamilton was
a reliable business man of Fossil and a
resectod citizen, and bis demise Is a
a great loss to Fossil. His relatives
here will be unable to attend bis funeral
owing to inability to rench there in
W. C, T. U.
Mrs. Unriih will apeak at the W. C.
T. 17. Hall, Sunday Oetoln-r II, nt -1
o'clock p. in.
At Prof. Garland's rooms, Statu In
surance block, S:!I0 p. in., subject, In
terest, lteni nnd Prop'r., IS. J, .Sharp.
C. II. Merrymnn, pastor. Preaching
at 10::i0n. m. and 7:!tU p. m. Subject
Iu the merning: "Divine Healing
Death." Kveiilug: "Stewardships."
Illble School at 11 :30 a. in.
Hev. II, L. Pratt, pastor. Therewlll bo
services at this church tomorrow at
lOi.'tOn. 111. and 7:30 p. in. Sunday
school at 12 o'clock, eocloty of Chris
tian Kndenvor moots atUiIK) p. in.
I'lltMT OIIUI1CII Of CIIIUHTIAN Blli.NTlST.
Lesson sermon mid children's classes
at 10 MB a. 111. Subject "Soul nml
Ikxly" Wednesday evening meeting
nt 7:30 o'clock. All Invited. Christian
Science hall corner Court and Liberty
Salem Church of Christ Scientists,
20!) Llboity street. Services nt 10:30 a.
tu. and 1 :30 p. in. Subject of tho
morning and evening eorniou, "Soul and
IJody." Wednesday evening meeting at
HIIHT CO.SOIIEOATIO.VAI. CHURCH.
Hov. W. C Kantner, jutstor. Preach
ing Bt 10:30 a. m. subject "Paul's Kill
ing Passion." Sunday school at PJ in.
Y. P. S. C. K. at 0:30 p. m. F.veiilng1
services nt 7 :!!0 p. 111. subject of dis
course "Tho Struggle for Life."
CIIKIIKKKTA HTIIKKT. KN'A.NOKI.ICAL
Services Sunday as follows? Preaching1
Sunday morning at 11 by the pastor' I lnJ,,r Aioorqtierquo.
Itev. A. K. Meyers, subject "Courage.,' A dally lino ofthruuuh PULLMAN
Sundav school at 10 a. ... Junior PJPALACK ami TOUltlST SLKEP
A. at dp. in. Senior Y. P. A. at tti'M p. KS, San Francisco nnd Los Ango
ni., Preaching at 7:.'U) p. m. All -aro 'es to Chicago thlb Is
Preaching by tho pastoral the CVntr.il
Congregational church tomorrow. Sub
lectat'lla. u., "Cliestpor CosllvMau
tiiKing, tiuciir- aw:;su p. .ti. tnn
sermon will bo ono of tho herles to young
iHoplo. Subject. "Lives which Apcal
Most Powerfully to us."
I, J. i:.:ut, pa tor. Evangelistic nr
vices will lie held by Mr. Cauo at 10:30
a. in. and 7 :30 p. in. Ills subject will
be: "The Plan of Itedemptioii. "Itiblo
school at 12 in. Junior Kudeavor at
:i:30 p. nu Y. P. 8. C. K. at :!) p. m.
Itevival services will continue during
Itouald McKlllop pastor, Public wor
ship at 10.1(0 a. in., Minday N-liool nt 12 i
in., Junior society at :i n. m Young
People, meeting, Iel by Mrs. J. S. Fos
ter, at tli) n. in., Public worship at
7:30 p. iu. Mrs.' U n rub -National Or
ganiier of tho Women's Christian Tern
pcraiico Union will aieak in the even
mktiiouist xrisrnrAi. tui'itcii.
John Parsons, Pastor Services tomor
row ut 10::t0a. in. and 7:30 p. in. Sub
ject of morning sermon "Making liven
ong'" and in the evening "Tbn'o
PkiIiiis. and their niesstve " Snmlav
cIhk)1 at PJ in. and Kowortb laguo
uv u:iu i. iu, viasa .iieeiing ciost0
nieriiim: service ami praver meotim.
OI'BM MEhrriNO AT TIIK Y. M. C. X.
s An 0kmi ineotin will Ihj held at the
tmr, vuung.uen s mrisuaii .suoeiatiou nt
, F4ip.ni. Tho aildross by Itev. Honald
.Mctviuop, . "tariy itiitueuce,
eotalMtnionsfor 6ovs and ,! u"i:
,u-iuitM 10 rvacu 1110 pareina us well as
tbttTyotmg peonlo. Kvef Ixxly is cordially
..rrri.--, -- -.- 7.
inviuM. tne .m t-. .. orchestra will
render a selvtion as special music
and tho First Cong. Church choir uuder
tho direction of Mrs. II. 11. Holland will
furnish mi anthem and soprano solo.
After tho service ten minutes will ho
used, for introductions, and conversation
1 iwnsfi m
fwiiaM a feimi
I1A liTT H
AuocUte Teacher Western Consetva- n
' Tory, Kinsaj City, Mo , rerreientlng fa
tne inier-siaie ayiiero, . o-nui. wis. m
Over First National ManV. Residence Z
376 Church ilreet. Studio hours 9 to V
EVA F. COX,
Teacher of Piano anil Organ,
Studie: 333 Front St.
REV. ADOLPH EBERLE,
Ptor nt the ne'rmn r.tltheran church, will
r16 Iciuons In primer, and higher (Jernmn.
I'lente call st reildenco 00 ?M itrect. I l-8tf
ESrABUSrtD 33 9.
?7r' , JJr
(aMcti ((JuazeJJ (JfrUep&
The bbst in the west:
now in session.
Faculty of seven
IVIipm vmi atndv lnnalc- vnu alinuld bn. -
is a saving of time and money. Phono 2010 for cataloguo, or address,
FRANCESCO 8ELKY, Dean, Salem, Oregon.
inter-state conservatory of music.
Mrs. Efla Anders Willntan
Over First National Dank.
Classes in Piano Forte playing,
Studio hours from 0 to 12 ami 2 toft.
TWO FINE NEW PIANOS TN STUDIO FOlF
CASH ( Feb. 14, 1900,
Sending Subscribers to
Self Culture Magazine
Two Hundred and Fifty Dollars to tho
agent Bending in the largest list $160,03
J7f.uu, il'O.iw, fio.uu, i').ixi, ami soon,
a total of 53 Cash awards; mid In ad
dition very largo commission will bo
given, making the most liberal propos
lion. Send for full particulars and free equip
ment. Prolltublo work for Intelligent
Send two references,
Tun Wkiinkh Company,
OlTors travelers chnlu i of the , follow
lug routes cast. They ur,s all famous
O. U, Si N , via Odgcn nnd Lonver-
Nlmsla Itouto via Saurunieuto, Og.
don and Denver.
bhasta Itouto via Sacramento,
The Short Line
from southern California
To the East.
Apply to the agents of the O. It.
Si IS., O S. L., Southern Pacific, or
the undersigned, for folders uud
J. J. DF.VERF.UX.
Oen'l Agt Worcester. Hldg.
Denver S Rw Cranio R. R,
OF THE WORLD.
Tii rA.T -. a.. .. .
7hxor,i Ii ,S5ViYW.Sff,R5e,w
1 "i or rr- ll).i u, Through tha Famous
ItOCKY MOUNTAIN SCENERY.
Ana Four Homes East of
n.eblo ami Denver.
All paMengrn granted a day atop-fer In the
Mormon Caolul or anywhere bein Otf?a
an.t Dem jr. IVnonallr ewuductnl Tourist Ex
Omaha, Kansas Cm, St. Loots.
Chicago and the East,
.Ji.r im u '"' "J1' Inbrmatlon rvranllnr
O P AT. Asu. Denver. CoU
R. O. NICHOL.
on. AL m Wash. Hu, puiOaad Or.
. ... . V,M1. A.(
all iimcnsaTCD in oood MustoAt, won
MADS WILCOMI AT TOE DTUDIOl 0 0
Teacher of Piano nnd
Btudlo-D'Arcy nulldlnjr, Hoom 10,
Honra-9 to 12 a, nt.i 2 to 5 p. in.
Piano and Organ classes and S ght
Studio nt 478 Front st.
Mfu flliMInn Ita ntmllral with mo lor two
rears anil haa been Tory cnnaclentlnaa and mo-
ceialulln horwork. SlioUvery lalonleU aa an
executant ami aa a tencher. Her pupil" nro lxtli
Icchnlcally ami theoretically well trained and
It li wllh plcaaiire and pride that I recommend
MIm Bhelloti aa a leicher or nlano mualc.
KM11.I,. WINKLK t.
10-ll-Tm Mn. Doctor
I now prepared to receive a few more puput.
N'n 417 Marlon Bt. 10-20
f7 Mr .
Je,'o roi CATALoauf
CoIIeg? of Mtisic
o tho verv best Instruction obtainable. It
Harmony, Theory and Class
Oregon Slion Lino Railroad
Montana, Dlab. Colorado
and all Eastern Points
fllU's choice of two favorite routti, via Hit
Union 1'rcIUc Kaat Mail Line, or tlio
Klo (Irando Hceulu l.lum.
Look at tlio ti mo
ll Day toHult Lake
2i Days to Denvor
.'tj Days to Chicago
4 J Days to New York
Free Iteclliilng Chair Cars, UiihoUlerfii Too
lot HlacpliiK Cars, and Vullmaii falace
Bltvpcra operated on all tralna.
For further Information apply, to
IIOISK ii UARKKK, AKvnli.Balem.
V. K. COMAN, nen'l Axent.
C. O. TKHHY, Trar. I'ana. Agt
ntlhlul 8t . I'ortltn J
A Few Interesting Facts
Whea people are contem;illng a trip
whether on bunnesj or pleature, th'.y natur
ally want the best service obtainable so far
u speed, comfort and safety Is. concerned.
Employes of the Wisconsin Central Lines are
paid to serve the public and our trains are
operated so as to make cloe connections
with diverging line at nil junction points.
Pullman Palace Sleeolne and Chair cars
on through trains.
Dining car service unexcelled, -Meals
a la Carte.
In order to obtain this first-ckss service.
ask the vlcket agent to sell you a ticket over
TUB WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINBS
and' you will mike dtrcrt connections a
St. Paul for Chicago, Milwaukee and all
For any further Infoimatlon call on any
ticket agent or correspond with
General Pass, Agent.
or jAS. A. CLOCK,
46 Stark btreet,
So Pacific Line.
Lowest rates Best service
To and from all points
I'.uBt and Kurope.
The only line running through
Roval Mall-Steamsliip Lino
la JaiMin and China.
Canadian and Australian
Hteamsbip Line to
For rates and Information
O. M. LOCKWOOD
... Agent. Salem Ore.
H. H. Abott, Agent Portland.
E. J.Ooyle, A-U.P A, Vancouver H.C.
Canadian Facile Rv
Daily SUee Line to
M'COY AND PERRYDALE.
For Passengers and Itaggage ; also
,rvels and orders promptly at
tended to. Salem otlleo
Old Postofflce Stables,
J. II. Woulldy, Prop. 10-30ml
is & Mm Raiy
TIME (1 Arm
2 For Yaqulna:
Train leuvcs-Albany . . ,.,.
Trutn leaves Corvallls iK-ti.
Twin arrives Yaqulna " 1285
Leaves Yaqulna ... ,,
Lea vds Corvallls '" i!?1
Arrives Albany..... J,:??4-
S For Detreit: 'P-m.
Lnnvni. A ll,an
Arrives Detroit "tiM
4 Returning: ,,-55a.fti
Leaves Detroit io.
Airlvcs Albany " ixl-o.
OLeuves Albany .' SP.n
Arrives Corvallls... ,,:SP,I
SLcavcs Corvallls '" KZvt.
Arrives Albany... .. ' S.ii
Oio and two conneit at Alhan.'"''
Cprvallla with Southern PaclHc ,?
giving direct service tiund from n1"'
port und adjacent benches. m N,!,,
No. 0 runs from Albany ton,ir.,i
oMondays, Wednesdays and PfSj
No. 6 runs from Corvallls to Aih,
on Tuesdays, Thursdays and S
days only. 0,u"
Trains rnr tho tuountalns arrle
Detroit at noon, giving ample i'
Hroltcnbush und Santlam rlvei o?
same day. " '
ii. u wtaii, a EDWIN nut
J.TUHNKK 'Areut, AlUnr.O?.""'"
WIMaMKTTR UIVKK IMVISIns
Leaves Salcin ut 7 a. m. for Pom,,,.
n ud wuy landings every Tuendi,
Thursday nnd Saturday. ''
Tlio aUamer has been cqulpi) Wii. ,
olana srcomtnodutlons, Iriclinllnir an ,u;
UniurpBMed for carrylni? biiih (tfl.M M
paiiciiKtra. ' ,M
I)ock-Foot of Blalo street.
time seumui c
Salt Lake, Denver Ft. Worth""""
.-w....,.... u ai
Walla Walla, Upokane, Mlnne
H)IU, bt. I'aul, Uiilutl,, J.
wnuVct; Chicago and cul.
S p in,
To Aatorla and way uinilltip,
Portland, NowLerK ami wa
4 p. B.
TuWHlay, Tlmnulay anil Kalunlay at 8.00 an.
Monday WnlnnMlay nml Friday at o,U) 1. m,
WILLAMETTE RIVER DIVISION.
Dally boats to Portlaud as above.
Transfers to street car line at Oreg G11
if the steamers are delayed there ohm
trip tickets to all points in Oregon, Wiihiae
ton, or Oalifornl a. Connection matle at Port
land with all rail, ocean andriverlioti
W. II. HURLUUKT.
Oen'l Pas. Ant. Portland. Or.
O. M. POWERS. Anent. Trade street docV
IIOISE & HARKEK,
SOUTH AND EAST
THE SHSTA RO'JTE
Southern Pacific Co,
KXPSBSS TRAINS RUN DAILY '
17:00 P M
745 a m
Ar. San Francisco,
0:05 r m
8'IJ v M
7.00 A M
7-55 A m
Ogden ... ,Ar
Ar . . . . Omaha .... Ar
Ar .... Chicago .. .Lv
Ar. ..Los Angelea,..Ar
Ar... El Paso. ...Ar
Ar....Pon Worth.. ,,Ar
Ar.. New Orleans. ..Ar
. ODSEKVATION CARS.
Pullman nrst-clais and tourist sleeping cut
attached to all through train, , Tout'utctn
through to Cbtoago without change.
ROSKBURO MAIL, .-DAJLY.
0V30 A mTLyT. . PoTtTanoT".'. Ar ( 4.jo r 1
lo,-(AMLv....8a!em.... Lvil 5o.f
J.-20 PMMr..Roseburg.. Lv (7.'3oAi
WEbT SIDE DIVISION.
BKTWEKN rORTLAND AND CORVAIXU.
Mail tlalns dally except Sunday ,J
730 A u Lv.... Portland.. Arl 55ors
ll.SSPM) Ar.. Corvallls . . Lv f 1 .Jojrs
At Albany "and CorvalTTi comect lt
rains of the C. & E. Ry.
satratss train daily exckit suwuavQ
4-50 fM) Lr ...Portland... Ar lS.'5
7.'3oe m Lv....McMinnvillc LvM-'So "
H.-3Q rMJAr Independence Lv)4,S11
Direct connections at ban Iranciscu 5tS
steamship lines f IIVWAII, 1APAN,
CHINA, THE PIIILUPINEJ and AW
I KALI A.
For through tickets and rates call o W.
W, SKINNER, Depot Agent, re 0- U.
CJABRlfcLSON City Ticket Agent, JJJ Coo
rnercial bt, Salem Or. .
K. KOEULKk, Manager.
C.MARKIIAM G. F. &P. A. I'wil"
You Can Get
a Lower Berth,
With one exception the througfc
trains of the Uurllugton RuM
aro almost Invariably well-uliea-The
exception Is our St. PauP
Chicago Limited. On the lluilted
thero Is usually room and w
8 pa re.
Don't lurer that It ,ne.ltb.enr
so Hoe, nor so fast, as AN 1 ti
of ANY other line between M
Paul and Chicago. On the con
trary, there la no more beaut iiui
train Id America. It has electric
light, stetm heat, wide vestibules
tha limit satisfactory dinlog-ci
service 03 thi cqntlnanl o
lower berth 'or everybody.
Usa'l Ajat, Port Uod, O