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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL,
MONDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1903.
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1 riito Jr!;,. 'w -r I For Infants and Children.
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IMPP" ' ' 1 Always Bough!
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Promotes Digc3tIon.Clirful- I Jr f Mr
I nessandltest.Conlainsncilher Mj ni? lip
I Opium,Morpliine nor Mineral. Ul l 11
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JS!wi I Eft uft 8H
1 a&g! arT f 18 OO
I.ApcrfccI Remedy forConsllpa- I f V WWU
non.SourStomach.Diarxhoca 8 ks .
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish- (I I If I, ftp litsm1
4g33 oml Loss of Sleep. M ,, rUl tJVul
Far Sinulo Signature of M
iSWE I Thirty Years
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J 49 State Street
The tirao which wo advertised to continue- this sale- is ;
very short. Only a low wooks, and ve do just as. wo advor-
tisod closo this sale -You, who aro not buying now are '.'.
missing opportunities to purchaso goods that will not probably ; ;
como to you again. You can now got ; ;
tI5 Overcoat9 for $10,00 Overcoats Worth $7.50 for $5,00
alts worth $15 for $10.00 Suits worth S 10 for $7 50 ::
Pints worth $4 and! 5 for $ 3,50 Pants worth $150 for $1.00
Sweaters worth $1.50 for$ 1,00 Sweaters worth 75c for 50c ;;
A good line of Hats loft and Gents' Furnishing Goods that '
win pieaso mo most critical.
A few Bargains left in Quilts
Trimmings and Fringes in Jet
Ropo silk and Embroidory silk
100 vard snool silk at 5o
A small lino of dry goods to bo cut in prices in order to closo f
If you want to got bargains Good goods, Money placed in your
pocket como to lav otiuo street and invest boforo Jan. 1.
-i Ml IS t II III I IHH H 1 I I I
E. C. CROSS
Meats' and Provisions
Htiie Wing, Sang Co
All Kinds Holiday Goods
M coot prico. Balo on boore Christmas. Embroidory, 81lk, Hand. . .
i i korchkif. Chlnaware, Toya. Gents' and Ladles Furnishing Goods,
; IDmtt Wrappers. All klnda ot GanaenU. and Ornaments. Oodrt , ,
; otreet, corner of alloy. ;
Own House Block.
X VIVIK nVHOV gJV' wo - a
I Borleicc ceticr and fitter. Will ruarsutce all work Alsoclean-X
X iBtf, Dressier sod repalrlur. $
ii jBtnmnt wwt
and Silk. Great bargains at
at lo por Skein.
I I I H I H I lit II I II 1 1 I H 1 1 1
Signs of Renewed Activity
la tho real. estate world Indicate la
creasing building operations thlf
Spring, arte prompt oa to remind 70a
that our facilities for supplying hard
and soft -wood, lumber, lath, oklngWa,
and other building materials aro ex
ceptionally good. Wo will bo pleased
to furnish estimates on contract,
largo or small. A car of Mill City
Q00DALE LUMBER CO,
i w ... Nsar 8. P. Pas Depot
Hard Times Feared in the Great Brit
London, Dec 21. Though every
one In the great English motropolls
appears to bo preparing for the
Chrlatmns, fostlvItloB Just now, with
the shops doing a big business and
everyone apparently spending money
freely, those who see under tho sur
face of things detect unmistakable
evidences of tho approach, of. hard
times. Though London always has 1
standing army of unemployed It Is
quite evidort of Into that its ranks
aro being recruited at a startling rate.
Tho fact that It has boon deemed
advisable to rosuscltato tho old Man
sion House commllteo on tho unom
ployed shows which way the wind Is
blowing. Thoso lntorostod In the
matter express tlo hopo that tho
committee will change Its plan of
proccduro bo that substantial and
berloflclal results may bo accomplish
cd. Tho committee was formed a
number of years ago Just aftor tho
West End had boon terrorized ' by
the window-smashing by a crowd of
hungry men marching In riotous pro
cession from a mooting in Trafalgar
Square. Tho alarm created by this
demonstration opened the pockets of
tho millionaires of My fair and 13 ol
gravla, and money flowed freely Into
tho committee's treasury. It was
distributed, howevor, In so foolish
and Indiscriminate mannor that, In
tho opinion of many oxport workers
among tho poor, it did moro harm
than good, It undoubtedly attract
cd to London a whole army of loafers
from tho provinces nfid tho result
was that tho worthy unemployed
woro cheated out of thoir sharo of tho
rollof fundw. A novol plan for tho
relief ot the rapidly Increasing num
ber of unemployed has been propos
ed and Is Just now tho subject of
much discussion, TliU Is that the
government acquire tho large aroat
of dorolkt lands In Ess ox and Suf
folk and give profltnblo and healthful
employment to many thousands of
inoit In tho' work of nfforooting tho
Ships Laden With Gifts.
Now York, Dc. 19. Tho big llnors
which cleared for Europo today were
veritableCanta Claus ships, carrying
vast snms of monoy nnd countless
other Christmas gifts to gladden tho
hearts of folks In tho "Old CountrjV
Thoro 'wero Bomo wild rushes down
at tho. wharves yostorday by bolatod
gift senders, and tho box which hung
alongsldo tho last-ton-como-ashoro
gangplank was filled and emptied
At tho foreign branch of the post
ofllco tho clorks worked liko boavora
and, appreciating tho desire of tho
bolated ouos to got thoir Christmas
gifts off In time, sold stamps nnd re
colvod lettors for many minutes aftor
tho ofllclal closing time laid down by
tho regulations. Extra trucks and
extra help ot all kinds had to bo em
ployed to got tho mall to tho ships.
On tho Cunard and North Gorman
Lloyd plors tho scono of activity
lasted up to tho moment of doparturo
and at tlmt hundreds missed tho malls
In tho wild scramblo that wont on dur
ing the last hours.
Ono ship carried moro tlutn 100,000
If Old SaDta date
Wo have had new Qoods arrlvlno evary day during tho last two
weeks, And are well prepared to eupply tho demand- for holiday furniture.
BUREN & HAMILTON
money orders, amounting to more
than $2.000,0o0. Other ships afso had
their share and the total of these"
gifts sent nbroad amounts to a fabu
lous sum. The money orders camo'
from all parts of the country, New
York bolng the oloarlng point of
31,0()u post ofllcos In tho United States
from which foreign orders can bo is
Exercises in the Cablldo.
New Orleans, La., Dec. 19.-In the
old Cablldo, where ono hundred years
ago wore hold tho ceremonies that
marked tho peeelng of tho great
Louisiana Territory from the possess
ion of Franco to that ofjtho United
States, .Interesting exercises woro
hold today In celebration of tho cen
tennial of tho transfer: Tho Cablldo
was thon tho seat of Government for
tho torrltory ond Is now used by the
Tho ceremonlos today followed as
closely as possible tho programme of
ono hundred years ago. As on that
occasion representatives of Franco,
Spain and tho United States played
tho leading parta Tho speakers In
cluded Governor Heard of Louisiana,
M. Jussorand, tho French Ambassa
dor and Sonor OJcdo, tho Spanish
representative at Washington. A
feature of tho colebration was tho
reading of the transfer proclamation
from tho balcony of tho Cablldo ex
actly as fns ' dono a century ago.
Guns stationed In Jackson Square,
formerly tho Placo d'Armes,- fired a
saluto and tho flag of tho Unltod
States was run up amid vociferous
ch coring from tho great crowds that
filled tho square and the neighbor
Wo offor one hundrod dollars re
ward for any coso of catarrh that
cannot, bo cured by Hall's Catarrh
Curo. F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
We, the undersigned, havo known
F. J. Cheney for tho loot 15 years,
and bollovd' him porfectly honorable
In all business transactions and finan
cially ablo to carry out any obliga
tions mado by thoir firm.
WEST & TRUAX, Wholesale Drug
gists, Toledo, Ohio.
WALDINO, KINNAN & MAHVIN,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Curo Is taken lntor
nnlly, acting dlroctly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of tho system.
Testimonials sent froo. Price 7Cc
per bottlo. Sold by all druggists.
Hall's Family Pills aro the boat
' Trade Marks
AnronB lending ft ikrHeb and description may
QQlcklr aortaln our opinion free whether an
Intention ! probably patentable. Communlc
i aj al h AAailaHl lal ITani4KniV in Palanri
Intention ! probably patentable. Communlca
UonitrlctlyconB(lontlL Handbook on I'atenu
ient freo. Oldeet asency for locurln patent.
I'atenu taken through Mann Co. rtoelvt
A handioniely llloatrated weekly. T-anrert er.
eolation of any clentlflo Journal. Termi. XX n
yeari four raonthi, fL Bold by all newidealcn.
ffiUNN&Co.30,0-0'--' New York
" Know iast
Why nso gelatine and
spend noura soaung,
and coloring whon
produces betler results In two minutes?
ETcry thing in tho package. Simpladdhot
water and sot to cool. It's perfection. A-eur.
prise to tho housewife. No trouble, leas ex
penso. Try H to-uay. in tfoor a rtut x ia
Yors: Imon. Orango, 8trawbcrry, Ztaap.
bony. At groceza. 10o,
"Portland and Return Only $2.20."
Tho Southorn Pacific is now soiling
round trip tickets to Portland from
Salem for $2.20, good going Saturday
or Sunday, returning Sunday and Mon
day, ..giving all day Sunday and Mon
day In Portland. Tho samo arrange
ment applies from Portland, gfvlng all
Portland peoplo a chance to visit val
loy points at greatly reduced rates.
W. EL COMAN, G. P. A.
Branson & Ranan. -Koop
all kinds of .grocorlos, and
they aro tho best that can bo found
In the city. You don't know It until
you have tried them.
Tho Eugene Register has Installed
a linotype, that makes that paper a
moro up-to-date institution, if that
tkan ti , The Kind Yon Hara Alwars BougM
S. C. STONE, M. 0.
STONE'S 'DRUG STORES
Tho stores (two In uumbor) aro lo
cated at No. 235 and 297 Commercial
stroot, and aro well stockod with a
comploto lino of drugs and medicines,
tollot articles, porfumory, brushos,
Has had somo 25 years oxporlenco In
tho practlco of mcdlclno, and now
makes no chargos for consultation, or
examination or proscription.
Is Bttll horo, and ao busy as ovor.
Whon your clothes nro worn and
dirty, or tho buttons off tako thorn to
hor, at tho Salem Dyolng and Clean
ing Works. Repairing and rollnlng;
now volvot collars put on overcoats;
also four suits a month for . Callod
for and roturnod.
MttS. C. H. WALKER, Prop.
195 Commorclal Street.
YT I .r.h.l. I.4c ftUPrvsrlrt
ta ItKIt 1 D.ld aitullU k.i mcII
IUH..rlbK Take tia ether. UifM
.! Kub.tllntUaa ui Irait
!!. Hay t y.r Drsintit, r tM4 4.
"f ' I'arUrulan, TaallataalaS
4 "It.ller rr lJI,fc Mr,r r
frtirM. t O.euO Tlli..UU. B.Mk'
Druviau. rtlrk.it.? !fcMil tV
hw. Haalaea Mavara. J-U1XV, Jr
TVUT Wn AemnaraitnalfyMue
PILES RU Buppositom
D. Uut, TkMarMa. .
OtUt fciMto, Bl.U.lllU, N. P , -riu. "luil
iay 4. an th el.lM r.r tkot." Dr. B. V. Ui.m,
lUrraXMk.Tr V.vrtt..- Tb.y lf itblrtrt al iktla-
tmi.m." Dr. II. I) UeUlll. Clukiian. T,. writ '
Mla , rratna er xi y.u,, i aart rvoa a nrafc
eul ri." raxi, M Cffjrra, SaatWa Trta.
fuminu. UANTH BUOY, LANCAIYKR,
Sold In Salem by 8. C. Stone.
Call for Fro Bamplaa.
Corvaflis &. EasternR Ft.
TIME CARD NO. 24.
No. 2 for Yaqulna:
LeY Albany ....". ...,12:45p.m.
No, 1 Returning:
.. ..,.11:30 turn
No. 3 for Derc-lt:
Loavos Albany 7:00a.m.
Arrlvea Dotrol 13:20 p m.
No, A From Detreit:
Leave Dotrolt 1:00 p.m.
Arrlvea Albany 6:G5p.m.
Train No. 1 arlvos In Albany In
time to connect with the S. P. -outh
bound train, as well aa giving two or
three hpurs In Albany boforo dopar
turo of B. P. northbound train.
Train No. 2 connects with the S.
P. trains at Corvallls and Albany giv
ing direct service to Newport and ad
jacent beaches. - .
Train No. 3 for Detroit, Breltenbush
and other mountain resorts leaves
Albany at' 7:00 a. m., reaching De
troit about noon, giving ample time
to reach the Springs samo day.
For further Information apply to
EDWIN 8TONE. .
T. COCKRELL, Agent Albany.
H. XL CRONISE, Agat, Corvallls.
Y-X .V Qrtoli.nl aart (lair flwulaa
5 it TtNi
3 TRAIN8 TO THE EA8T DAILY
From FortlttDd, Or,
8 60. tn
8:1S p. m.
7 45 p. ra.
Salt lko, DstiTor, Ft.
UTnelL iTVnaailin l.'anaai
FT Ut Ilia UialAtlr., UBitDW I
City, Ht. IouU, Chicago!
5 JO p is
Halt Lake, Denrer Ft,
Worth, Omaha, Kamai
Oltr. BU LouU. Chlcaeo
9:40 a, m.
Walla Walla, tewlmon.
Spokane. Wallace. land
man, MlnncapoUj BL
i: a m
Chicago, and Xaat.
7( HOURS 7H
J PORTLAND TO CHICAGO J
No Cbante of Car.
OCEAfTAMD t(lVER BC1IBDUL!
Allaalllns datoe tubjoct
For ? an Fraud km
Ball btcxj 6 darn
S p. m.
To A tor la an1 War
Steamer Ruth leaves Salem for
Portland and way landings ou Tues
days, Thursdays and Saturdays, about
10 a. nu M. P. BALDWIN,
For Corvallls Mondays, Wednes
days and Fridays about 5:30 p. m.
A L. CRAIO, AgtO.R.&N. Salem.
Gen. Pass. Agt Portland, Or.
Offers a cholco of THREE gateways,
KANSAS CITY, ST. JOSEPH Or
OMAHA, to Chicago and points East
Through Standard and Tourist
Bleeping cars dally betwoen San Fran
cisco and Chicago via Loi Angolea
and El Paso.
Through Tourist Sleeper oach
TUESDAY from Portland to Chicago
via Salt Lako.and Colorado Springs.
Through Standard Sleeping Cart
dally between Ogden and Chicago.
Lowest rate In effect always avail
able tIr "Rock Island System."
Reduced ROUND TRIP RATES In
effect on July 12, 13, 15 and IS, and
August 18, 19, 25 and 26; 90 daya re-
Bo sure that your ticket reads via
tho Great Rock Island Route.
Tho best and most reasonable din
ing car sorvlco. For information,
GEO. W. BAINTER, T. P. A.
L. B. GORHAM, Gen Agt, 250 Alder .
streot, Portland Ore.
From Tacoma, Seattle, the Paget
Sound country and Spokane to JUb
sourl river points and tho Southeast
the Burllneton offm-a nnlr-V HM-Tir
Through trains Seattle to Kansas
City equlppod with big, freo chair eara
standard Pullman sleopera, and hurt
but not least, tourist Bloopers, clean,
comfortable and cheap.
Why not take tho Southeast apodal
via Bllllnga and tho Burlington? Ton
can't do bottoa, and you might do
A. C"8HEDON, General Aoant
lOO THIRD STREET,
O. C, T. CO.'S PA38ENGER
and AltonaleaTefor Portlaad, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday at 10 a, m.
Tueaday, Thureday and 8turday at, 7 a.
m: For Conralll., Tueaday, Tuurtday
and Saturday at ( p. m.
For Independence dally except Sunday
a p. m. ,
Deck: Foot of Trad Street
M. P. BALDWIN, Afft
Capital Normal School'
First National Bsnk Bulldfiur, Salem
The fall term of twelve weeks opens
bepiemcer 28, Address.
J. J. KRAPS. Salem. Or
J. Brownstein & Son,
54 State street. Hleheat cash price
paid for Hlaes, Pelfs. Wool, Tallow
ladfura: also teeners! dealer in old
treat Rnbbersid Metals