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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, 8ALEM, OREGON. MONDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1903.
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WE CAN SAVE YOU 50 CENTS A PAIR ON YOUR SHOES AT OUR SPECIAL HOLIDAY SALE X
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Misses' and children's red felt
slippers ; ....$.40
Children's red felt, fur-trimmed
Chlldren'o red felt, fur-trimmed
Mires red felt Juliets 1.25
Bargains In children's and misses'
red felt slipper, 6 to 8 .85
8'4 to 105 90
11 to 12 1.15
Infants' soft shoe, shoe for the
I.....C dears . .50
Ladies' red felt slippers, a bar
Ladles' black felt Juliets, fur
Ladies' brown felt Juliet, black,
La velvet Juliet, fur-trimmed,
silk bow 1.75
La kid Juliet, velvet top, fur
trimmed ' 2.00
Men's pat. kid blucher, seal top,
Elk toe -. , '4.00
Ladles' blue felt slippers, a
snap , .50
Ladles' red felt Daniel Green
make , 1.50
La wine colored folt Juliet, black
La kid JJullet, black quilted top
La grsen felt Juliet, gray fox
Men's Walkover shees, exclusive
agents for Salem 3.50
Men's black dongota cverett
Men's black dongola Hamlet
white stitched ,.. 1.50
Men's black Columbia, pat Inlaid 1.75
Men's black opera, kid lined.... 1.75
Men's tan opera, white stitched
leather lined 1.75
Men's red seal, white kid lined 2.00
Men's tan seal, white kid lined,
patent leather Inlaid 2.00
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.Missing in the Senate--Ya'
cancies On Important
Thero are a number of changes In
the composition of the homo and sen
ate, and some of the old' familiar
faces aro mlesfng on roll call today,
which caused Uio oldor mombers to
cast meaning glances nt each othor,
Ifulton was called to higher honors in
Uio U. S. Roll ale. Williamson has
roiio to congress, Daly ig eurvoyor
general, Mulkoy has practically lnovo.l
tt Jackson county, but still roprosonts
Polk. All Uieso gontlemon hold Im
portant chairmanships. If gonoral
logtslatlon is attempted thore will ho
some Important vacancies filled on tho
President Urownoll, of tho sennto,
arrived on Sunday and his room at
Uiq Willamette was 10611 tho centJr ot
a Rtraain of callore.
Senator Daly's Position.
Senator John 1). Daly, of Ilunton
county, will not be. hwv this sees-Ion,
unlaw (ho most lmperntlvo need
would cause his friends to wgo hi
attatulnnm Mr. Daly is a federal of
fice holdon having recently accepted
tho Kltlon of survoyor-gouornl, and
ho 1 busily ongugod In tho duties of
that offlca. However, shduld Uio ne
cessity arlso for Mr. Daly's pres
ence horo, ho will ho brought to Sa
lem, If tho time is not too short Ben
ton county's sonator Is entitled to n
scat, but having accoptod a fedoral
position. It was upon tho earnest
petition of tho people of that county
that tho governor refrained from
calling a special election In that coun
ty to All tho vacancy, and, as a result,
tho county Is now practically repre
sented in tho upper branch,' but a fool
ing of delicacy prevents Mr. Daly from
taking his seat unless neodeJ.
Senator Tuttle Arrives.
Dr. Jay Tuttle, of Astoria, who suc
ceeds Senator C. W. Fulton, arrlvod
last night, nnd was roou tho contor of
a crowd of membors at the Willam
ette. The teuntor Is a man GO year.ij
of ago, hut bears his years well, ana
ho lias Uio nppoarance of a man who
will he an aggroeslvo flghtor whon tho
tlmo comem, differing In this, porhnps,
hut little from, his predecessor. Dr.
Tuttlo had the smallest vole of any
man over oloqted to ofllco In Clatsop
county slnoe tho stato constitution
was adoptod. this owing to the fact
that ho had no opposition, and tho
vote was very light.
The Clerks AreHere.
A large number of applicants for
nilr.or ofllcos, clerkships, placos ad
pages and what not, were eagerly Im
portuning tho membors about tho ho
tel lobbies last night, nnd about the
state" houso corridors this morning,
ami, while the crowd of nnxlous seek
ers was not as large as that attend
ing tho regular sessions, It was ovl-
t '' mijLUggigg
JOHN F. CORDRAY, Mgr.
Positively Two Nights Only, Beginning
Wednesday Dec. 24
dont that all oxpeetod a much longor
session than one of thr o days. Es
pecially eager woro Juo candidates fo
8crgcant-at-arms of tho sonalo to sue
coed McGowan, who has, slnco tho
roguiar session, accepted tho position
of reglstor of tho federal land ofllco
at Durns, thus vacating his 'position In
tho senate. There was as much flno
wor'.c dono to socuro this place as
would bo for the samo position 'woro
It for a full 40 days' sowlon.
Tho desk and chair of Uio lato Rep
resentative Murphy, in the house,
have been tastefully draped In mourn
ing. Tho desk Is In tho front row on
tho extreme right side of the houso.
Tho chair and deslc will bo kept
draped throughout the session, unloss
somo member, whoso scat Is loss de
sirable, should ask for tho place, and
n that cao the evidences of mourn
ing will bo removed, and tho placo
given to somo ono elso.
MAY BE SETTLED.
Demand a Written Pledge from the
Toklo, Dec. 21. It is learned from
official sou re o that tho Korean part
of tho controversy between Japan and
Russia has been practically settled,
by Russia acknowledging Japan's pre
dominating Influence over the whole
of that country. This fact, however,
I somewhat offset by Japan demand
lng that Russia give her written obli
gation that Manchuria shall not be
come Russian territory. Tho peace
party Is hopoful that the latter de
mand was made subject to reduction,
and peaceful relations will bo restored.
Tho Hon Bill Swopo and tho rest of
tho Multnomah members' aro hero.
A marrlago license was today lss,ucd
to Lena D. Allon and John H. Miller,
Chas. Lombcko furnishing tho nece3
O JSl. SJ jy O 33L X jBl. ,
(broths llw Kind Yro Haw Atoays
Sale Ten I! illion Boxes a Year. j
iLBEST FOR THE BOWELS J
To Whom It May Cencern:
Averse to general opinion In re
gards to pain in dental operations, I
can truly say that I had two gold
crowns put In without any pain.
MR. R. C. SHEPARD,
At onurmouB axponso Mr. Harry W. Smith has secured the two reigning
BucQosses of Now York, and will proeont
Miss Jessie Shipley
And hop oxcollout company, Wcdn osday, In tho play that ran for 200
nights with Amolla Bingham, v
"A fflodetn Magdalene.""
It is a. pleasure for me to recom
mend Dr. Wright's Painless Method
of Extraction. Had a very badly de
cayed tooth extracted, and say that It
positively did not hurt me.
I feel that Dr. Wright's method of
extracting teeth Is a great blessing to
humanity. I had an ulcerated tooth ex
tracted without pain.
P. H. RAYMOND,
It Vv O V '
We only tse the for
aeps when it is abso
lutely necessary as
we ate iitm believets
in saving all teeth if
possible. But if it be
comes necessary to
to ext act; one ot all
can be removed pos
itively without pain.
Tim present reigning sensation, the subject adding to the fame of Mm.
"Tiie Duchess Du Bay."
Ziah play proeonted with a wo.lth of socenery nnil costumes unap
preached In richness and elogauco by any company In the entlro country
PrlOftB 7(o, SOc, 36e SeaU on wvle at box ofllco Wednesday nt 8 a. m I
As out practice is conducted on a strictly cash basis out changes ate low as
low as they can be made consistent with first. class wojt.
Conner Liberty and
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Walnuts i MisecJ Candy i
And Almonds, VA t?r 25c
Bpoclal prl&es In larga quantl.
We keep the best pure goods
No gum drops.
Come In and see what a
sackful 25c will buy.
lp fancy boxes are the beaj
ideal of delicious confections.
I Candy Canes J Automobile f A Box
These are a delight to both
young and old.
They caught the popular
Candy boxes for the children.
A nice gift filled with candy,
See our Christmas bell boxes.
Of Spa Candy will please
mono people as a present thai
any one thing In Salem.
Are fresh and home made.
This means much to buyers.