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THE LAD WHO THIRSTS FOR A WATCH
? '? w V,nT m''h J " boys In ,h. school wrjTbut d?
1 !t J,i.t t0rJ h" 0idnr WtchM in stock that wo.Id
exactly Oil th.se requirement. and that .,, by no mean, too eo.tly or .nch a
a.ny parents in Balem who If they once .aw them, wonld doubt no longer What
they had better kny the boy for Chrl.tm.s. Dee. thi. ppl, to you?
We expect to roll good many Ladle.' Watche, for Ohrietma. aUo. Score, o!
boautiful eprclmen. await the ehoom, at all the way from$9.00 to $50.00eaih
Corner State and
Liberty Streets,
Salem
iiHHiiiiniiimmmi
Local
Social Realm
EVSBtS
lathe
H tmiillll i 1 1 IIUIHH-
PERSONALS.
Kola Nels went to Portland this
morning,
F. A. Erlxon went ot Portland this
morning on business.
Judgo Bolso was a passenger for
Albany lost evening.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Baker went to
Portland last evening.
J. L. Stockton went to Portland this
morning for a brief stay.
II. B. Thlelsen was a passenger for
Portland this morning.
Mrs. J. H. Scott loft this morning
Yor a short visit In Portland.
C. 0. Fullor went to Portland yes
terday afternoon on business.
C. A. Park wont to Portland this
morning for a fow days' stay.
lira. J. F. Calbreath was a pas
songcr for Portland 'this morning.
Hugh Williamson, of Portland,
spent yesterday with, Salem friends.
Judgo C. E. Wolvorton left this
morning for Portland, for a brief visit.
Mn. and Mrs. Wm. Brown wont to
Portland Thursday to hear Bon Hur.
MIbscs Lois and Eva Coshow went
to Portland yesterday for a short stay.
R. L. Thomas, of Jordan, is In tho
city for a fow days' business visit.
Mrs. Ida H. Vaughn went to Port
land la3t evening for a fow days' visit
H. N. Cockorllno left last evening
for Portland, after a ehort visit In this
city.
Henry Wiprut returned last even
ing from a short business trip to Port
land. Mrs. J. A. Mills was a passenger for
Portland Inst ovcrting, for a short
visit
Miss Helen Stolwor, of Jefferson, Is
In tho city for a fow days' visit with
relatives.
It. It Dunlwoy left for his homo in
Portland this morning, aftor a brlof
visit hero.
Mrs. Mel Hamilton and Mrs. Ira
Hamilton havo been spending a fow
days in Portland.
Mrs. John Wlttschon, ot Turner,
camo down this morning for a short
visit with friends.
Hon. 0. W. Holcomb, of Portland,
Is In tho city, looking after his Inter
ests in tho Salem cannory.
Prof. E. T. Mooros went to Wood
burn this morning for a visit to tho
public schools of that city.
Prof. J. H. Ackorman loft for Port
land this morning for a brlof visit In
clnnectlon with tho schools.
Tho MIssos A. and U Williams nro
in tho city for a visit with friends,
frora their home, in Portland.
Mrs. Mark S. Skiff wont to Portland
thlB morning, and will bo Joined this
evonlng by Dr. Skiff, for a fow days'
visit
A. W. Stownll left for his homo in
TASHMOO
A clear Havana 12ac cigar. For
stein, Manufacturer, Salem, Oregon.
Christmas
Jewelry
Is a necessity in making your J'st of
purchases for gifts Here you will fled
The largest variety, the highest quality,
tba lowMt prices. We bav Washes
with reliable movement. In the ateet
style of caees. 12.60 to iSO.OQ, chatelaine,
rings, earrings, brooches, all kinds of
fine jewelry.
C. T. POMEROY
Jeweler and OpUeian, 28 Cora, fit
Give Us Yonr
PtimpkiflPies
T EXTRA QUALITY. MADE FRESH EVERY OTBER DAY.
At the California Bakery,
t fMtt
waiiMgtattaaMtta
mctc
Clark county, Washington, this morn
ing, after a short visit with his daugh
ter here.
Hon. Malcolm Moody left for his
home in Tho Dalles this morning, af
ter a short visit at the paternal home,
In this city.
Mrs. R, O. Thomas, of Turner, Is In
tho city, visiting her daughter, MIbb
Halllo Thomas, ono of Salem's most
popular teachers.
Rev. William Coney went to Port
land to attend tho Ben Hur perfor-
jraanco this evening. Mr. Bingham
will join her tonight.
I Miss Edna Hubbard returned last
ovening from a fow days' stay In
Portland, where she attended tho pro
duction of Ben Hur.
I F. Shirley, of Colton. Wash., Is
In tho city, visiting his family, who
are staying hore while a daughter Is
attending tho Unlvorslty.
Mr. nnd Mrs. O. 13. Brown, of West
field 111., nro In tho city for a visit to
tho son of Mrs. Brown, Fred Fish, day
clerk at tho Wlllamotto hotel.
Mrs. H. H. Wolf, of Dayton, Wash.,
left last night fpr L03 Angeles, Cal.,
to spend tho winter, aftor visiting
with Mrs. It M. Branson for tho past
two weeks,
F. A. Wiggins loft this morning for
Forest Grove to attond tho annual
convention of tho Y. M. O. A., which
meets thoro this evening for a three
days' session.
John Fcchtcr, Jr., secretary of tho
Yi M,. C. A., went to Forest drovo this
morning, where ho will attend tho con
ccntlon of tho association, which
meets thoro tonight
Mrs. Claud Gatch left last evonlng
for Baker City and other Eastorn Or
ogon cities, on a tour of official visits
to tho Eastorn Star lodges, In her ca
paclty as grand matron.
South Salem Personal.
Mrs. W. P. Babcock and dtfughtor.
Amelia, wont to Portland yestorday
for a visit and to attend Hon Hur.
Chas, Lonnon wont to Portland on
a short business trip.
Elks, Attention. '
Salem lodgo, No. 336, will meet In
Its ball in tho Odd Fellows' Tomple,
Sunday, Decombor Cth, at 1:30 p. m.,
to attend tho memorial sorvlcos In
tho opera house. By order of commit
tee. 4-2t
Basket Ball.
McMlnnvlllo Collogo Olrls vs. Wil
lamette Unlvorslty Girls. Friday ov
enlng in 'varsity gym. at 7:30 p. m,
Admission 25 conls. 12-3-3t
The agreeable part ol trade
is in moneyback goeds: Schil-
ling's Best
lit bUnjodf
coJT flavoring Hcti
tftttt
tod
make no trouble for you or your
grocer.
tale by all dealer. Auo Hucken
Order For
1
try.' -w'&E'Brqrasfr
&MLY JftUHMAL ALPM. feao, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 14J.
rsnjiu.LrinHWLKi.irisiTTi nn rmnuuiiiiii v. . .
LODGE 0H
SORROW
; . M SUNDAY
Brotherhood of Elks!
. Hold Annual Ale
morial Services
Ceremonies WilllBe Conducted
atlhe Grand Opera House
Sunday Afternoon
at 1,30
Tho beautiful custom ot holding
memorial services for tho doparted
brethren on tho first Sunday In De
cember, as practiced by tho Bonevc-
lont and Protoctlvo Ordor of Elks,
wherovor there Is a body of tho grea
brotherhood, is on6 of tho features"
that attracts tho thinking peoplo to
this fraternity, and Invitations to
their services aro always eagorlj;
sought In nccordanco with this cus
tom, Salem Lodge, No. 33C, will hold
Its annual Lodgo of Sorrow next Suni
day afternoon, and elaborate prepara
tions havo been mado for this func
tion. Tho opera houso has been do
nated by Manager J. F. Cordray, him
self an honorod member of tho order,
for tho services, and hero tho Elks
will hold their mcmorlnl servlceB in
honor of tho deceased members.
John E. Lathrop, of Portland lodgo
No. 142, will deliver tho momorlal ad-
dross, whilo Hon. T. L. Davidson, of
Salem Lodge No. 33G, will pronounce
tho eulogies.
Tho stngo will bo beautifully and
tastefully decorated for tho occasion,
and tho sorvtco will bo an olaboratc
and Impresslvo one.
Admission to tho lowor floor of tho
opora houso will bo by ticket only, as
tho seats on that floor havo nil boeu
rosorvod. Tho general public will be
ndmlttcd to tho balcony and gallory.
Tho deceased members of thB lodgo.
for whom tho services will bo hold,
are:
B M. Wood, A. Bonicko, C. Hemp
hill, F. S. Bcarborn, E. F. Parkhurst,
S. L. Hayden, F. II. Campbell, W, G.
Wcstacott, Flnloy C. Porrlno..
Tho last named thrco members
merely to let you know that we aro In business and have the M
ffoods. We don't nave to tell you anything about tie aual- m
ity for you know us too well for tbat-and know what 2,
klndofeoods we sell besides the prices are rlsbtat every
stare of the fame. a
Pattern's Book 5toi?e
passed away during tho year JUBt
closed, and at tho roll call o tho de
parted their names will bo called for
tho first tlmo.
Following is the program for tho
sorvlco, as arrangod by tho momorlal
committee, consisting of F. W. Dur
bin, A. IL Stolnor and M. L. Meyers:
Funoral march, Elks' orchostra.
Ritualistic work.
noil call or tho absont, by the sec
retary. Opening ode.
Invocation, Bro. T. L.- Davidson.
Solo, "Hear Us, O, Father," Mrs.
Halllo Parrlsh-Hlnges.
"Hearts and Flowers," Hlks' orches
tra. Memorial address, Bro. John E. La
throp. Reading, Tbanatopsls," Miss Edna
Hubbard.
Solo. "Only Trusting," Mrsv Hnllle
Parrlsh-Hlnges.
Violin solo, Miss Stega.
Ritualistic work.
Closing ode.
Benediction. .
Elected Officers.
At laat night's mealing of the Ore-
Bjoa CMar Camp. No. f46. Modern
WwdraM of Awtfkn, and Oregon
aran Camp, No. 1390. lloyal Nigfa
bora of Amariea. officers ware elected
for the ew year, and sUfw were Uk
n for energetic work. The newly
apointed state deputy, Mr. Dlekey, of
Portland. wa Invited to vlelt the local
camp, and deliver an addreee at the
nextBHMtiBK. and steps were auo
taken to Install the officers at a public
meeting in January, when several ot
the state officers of .be order will be
In attendance. The offlsers eUtwm
last night ware:
Modern Woodmen B. B. Matten,
veaarable oonsnl; H. F West, ad
viser; A. L. Brown, oltrk; E. U It-
vln, banker; V. A. Sutton, eseort; C
M. Parmenter, sentry; F. A. Turner.
watebman; JP. A. Baker, manager; Dr.
W. S. Mott, pbyslelau
Royal Neighbors WilletU Mott.
GRAND SSSg
HOUSE
JOHN F. CORDRAY, Mpr.
Friday, .Dec 4
Special Engagement of th Famous
Olympfa Opera Co.
and
MIS3 LOTTIE KENDAtL
Supported by an exceptional cast,
including Its famous
Beaoty Chores
In Richard Stahl's Master-bit of Comic
Opera.
"Said Pasha"
No advanoo In prices.
St.OO, 78o, 690, 35,
Seats on nalo at box offlco Friday at
9 a. m.
Monday, Dec. 7
Nothing but Bank Notes, Gold and
Laughter.
Elmer Waltor's Latest Scenlo Sensa
tion. n Millionaire Tramp
SEE tho Great Church Scono, tho Old
Hotel, tho Country Opora houso, tho
Village Depot
HEAR tho Choir of tho Church of the
Holy Cross, tho Song of tho Christ-
mas revelers.
Nothing liko it over prosonted. Some
things bo very different
Prices 75c, GOc, 3Da Scats on sale
at box office, Mondoy at 9 a. m.
past oraclo; Anna Lewis, oracle, Cora
Klbelc, vlco oraclo; Ruby Chaso, chan
eollor; Suslo Pnrmentor, recorder;
Ida Dlsquo, rccolvor; Lydla Clark,
marshal; Anna Matton, Innor Bentl
nol; Isidore Matthows, outor sentinel;
Dr. W. 8. Mott, physician; Eva Gill
moro, manager.
i University Notes.
Tho following membors ot tho Unl
vorslty Y. M. C. A. loft this morning
for Forest Grove, to attend tho Oro-gdn-Idaho
stato convention, which
convones this ovontng, and continues
for threo days; Moss Averlll, E. K.
Miller, W. C. Wlnslow, H W. 8pald
lng, D. N. Moshor, Ed. Wltfant, C.
Brill, Bob Shopard, Ray Andrews, C.
A. Carson, O. 0. Oliver, N. 8hanks,
W. T. Lovo, R. II. Cuaplor, D. A-
9
Forbos, It R. Matthews. R. Ohranrt.
J. Fouscko and Prof Matthows.
Tho mombers ot tho Junior class in
tho Unlvorslty met Wednesday ovon
lng In tho offlco ot tho Unlvorslty, and
porfeatod an organization. Tho fol
lowing officers wore elocted: Prosl
dont, J. O. Van Winkle; vlco-preal
dent Gortrudo Johnson; seorotnry,
Chester Catlow; treasurer, Llla Swnf
ford. At a rocent meeting of the local or,
atorloal oseociatlon, held this week,
Mr. O. IE. Skldmore was olsoted to be
Willamette's representative on the
executive committee.
The girls' basket ball tenm bus
completed arrangements for the en
tertalnmoot of the MeMInnvllle eol
Ih'o girls while hero, and are oxpeutr
lng a good, bard game this ovening.
Tho line-up of the Willamette tefm
win bo aa follews: Forwards, Jennie
Coylo and Llla Bwafford; Center,
Laurella Holstrom; guards, Gertrudu
Gray and little Randall.
Salem Woodman Visitor.
Salem .Camp, Woodman of the
World, will have an event tonight of
more than ordinary Importance, In a
visit from Mr. George IC Rogers, one
of the chief deputies of the order. Mr.
Rogers earns m the personal repre
sentative of Head Consul I'elkcm-
burg, whose fertile brain has con
ceived another and new method of
expanding the order. Mr. Jtodaori.
who, by the way, is a very brilliant
and entertaining speaker, will present
these ideas and plans to the camp to
night Another Card Party.
Miss Lenta Slab ley last night ndd
d fresh laurels to hsr achievements
as a social entertainer, when she on-
MODEL OYSTER PARLORS
Ut Court Street.
Oyitersany style and ibort orders.
Oyster Loaves, Chlekea Tsmslet, fibtll
FUb.ElcIn wuoo,
n im imrmninii
MMVmWHlTWIvlvavlHH'jmrHr
Ffoie
I
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FW Wife
Detachable Handles
We can give you on our umbrellas, a feature that makes
the umbrella coat no moro, but moro than once may prevent'
your losing it, or having it stolon. Ever see ono? If nojt.come
in and lot ut show you.
We carry cheap uuabrollas, as low as 60o and ,76s, but tho
kind wo would recommend, nnd tnat are fitted with detachable
handles, run from $2 to $5
Any Man Would Appreciate An Um
brella For Christmas. .
1 &&m&nJ0gfa&
W-0!frHfrfrHs4W--t
tortalnod a numbor of her young
friends at hor homo In this city. Cards
and Flinch furnlshod tho nmusomunts
of tho evonlng, and later dainty re
freshments woro served. Thofo
prosont woro! Katlo Porrlno, Minnie
Porrlno, Edith Ilagan, Ilosslo Ilikln,
Maymo Stout, Pearl Louck, Robert
Duncan, Frank Cattorlln, Frank Frlok
Io. Eldon Damon and Walter Ostrand-
er.
V-
PER0ONAL8.
Kx-Govornor and Mrs. Geer went to
Portland this morning for a fow days'
stay.
Oscar Woldnor. of Portland, is in
tho city, visiting among tho hop deal
ers. Judgo U. P. Morcom, ot Woodburn,
Is In tho city today on business bo
foro tho county court,
Judgo and Mrs. Q. II. nurnott re
turned this morning from Portland,
whero thoy attended tho presentation
of Hon Hun
U J. Ellison, of Portland, was In
tho city today, In tho Interest of tho
Remington typowrltor. Ho loft on
tho forenoon train for tho Coos Hay
country for a two wooks' stay.
enmnimniuimimmimmHimiMimig
Money
To Loan
We bavs tiiti a
I Money Lending 1
dicsrtraent to our
Abstraet and Land
buslnsss. Wears
prepared to aceom
sotfats those wbo
wish to LEND their
money, as will as
tboss who wish to
BORROW.
Our ABSTRACT
BOOKS rive us nn
enelled facilities
TtanilZ SECTRtTY
I Salem Abstract
and Land Co. 1
IF.W. WATERS, Mgr. 1
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Tnrec New Shapes
In Dlucherand Bui shoes
J New last, bast filter on
earth
See our now oiuunel and box
calf shoes at
OSWALT'S
Z 99 state St. Sales. Oreiea.
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FIVA
llflllMIIIW
Present I
I
,or any one for
that matter, would bo a
E air of nico whitobknkols.
io finer quality is mado
anywhero than wo make
rijrhC hero in our Salem
mills, nnd we easily under
soil other merchants who
must buy through whole
snlo housas. Our blankets
aro rands in all colors and
rango from 93 to $12.60
New Oyster House.
Tho Model Oyster Parlors is tho -
namo ot a now restaurant nt HO Court
ntroo' It Is neatly fitted up; Is
owned by Palmer & Droomflold, nnd
managed by II. VX Pnlmor. It U pro
posed to glvo flno Horvlco and enter
for tho best trade
L"wi " 'i.1 !'vll!!llll?JS5g5SSB
Hot! Hot! Hot!
-DWNK8-
Chocelste, Beef Bsslllon, Tomst
Basllloi Vleeral,
Tie Spa
Our Winter Bfttfacss
liniiiriilld
A oomploto lino of umbrella
covers to neleot from, prioca frdm
f 1.00 up. Handlea 2Co up.
-AND-
for WINTER HIDING
To fit all makes of wheols.
Shipp & Hatiser
Opposite Capital Nat. Bank.
FootfcH Sopplks
OMMWaffJU
4ft
&"J
KIplNIIO
Mud
Guards
S1)66l
Rims
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