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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREftOH, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1903.
Wortty the Acceptance
l;4 ;: oi A Princess
The Barr store is 'filled with gift goods for women
that a Princess might worthily accept. If the gift for your
wife or sweetheart ,s still unchosen, make it your business
oday to inspect the vast variety of charming things that
this store offers for woman's Christmas acceptance
Cot Glass is every housewife's pride and joy. We
show the most beautiful line of it ever brought into Salem
.-FruitBowls, Bon Bons Water Bottles, Tumblers! v8
and many other pieces of the utmost beauty- yet not as
coitlv as you would expect.
Silverware is shown in such variety as you would
scarcely have dreamed possible outside a metropolitan
store-hundreds of pieces, in the Rogers, the Wallace, and
tJexJ5hn?luBarr,?ilce?atei the Rockford Quadruple
Plated and the solid Sterling Silver.
Chlna-notlhe common kind, but the most delicate
dainty sort, exquisitely decorated-one of the features of
Personal Jawelry, for a woman's wear and pleasure -everything
you can think of, Rings, Chains, Charms, Fobs,
Lockets, Bracelets, Brooches, Chateline. Watches, etc. etc,
in vasts of new and gloriously prettv styles. And much
else that you ought to see before you choose the gift for
the lady of your heart.
Corner State and Liberty Streets,
The College Boys' Will Make
Us a Visit Christmas
The Los Angolea Times says: "The
spirit of rollicking mlnh and college
cheor was In the air at the Los An
geles theator last night, whon the
( Stanford Gloe and Mandolin Clubs
gave another of their annual concorts,
which have como to bo looked forward
to by tho pcoplo of those regions,
much as is Chrislmas and Thanks
giving daj Tho lads woro as Jolly as
ever, and created considerable fun be
fore tho evening was ovor, besides
.lendoring a number of pleasing se
lections In tho vocal and Instrumental
I Tho hit of tho performance was
mado by Messrs Baker nnd Bush, who
gavo a side-splitting burlcsquo on
grand opera, at tho piano, nnd again
convulsed? tho audience with Uiolt
("tlfod" song, which wds given as an
encore. They wo.o compollcd to re
appear soveral times, ending tholi
"turn" with a lively danco, In which
tho boys took turns playing tho piano
while tho otlior danced.
Tho management of tho Grand
Opora house takes pleasuro in an
nouncing that the Stanford Gloo and
'.Mandolin club will again glvo one of
'tholr ontertalnmonts hore on Christ
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Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Shanks, of Tur
ner, aro in. tho city.
Hon. J. N. Fletcher camo down from
Jefferson this morning.
Dr. J. L. Hill, of Albany, camo down
this morning for a short visit.
Mrs. Ifc. T. Martin loft this ovening
for Portland, whore she will visit
Judgo A. P. Soars, Jr., of. Portland,
was in Salem last night, returning
homo this morning.
J. R Stolwer camo down from Jeff
oreon, this morning for n four days'
stay with his brother, Senator Stoi
woa of Fossil. His mother, Mrs. Fred
oriclc Stoiwer, camo down with. him.
Mr. and Mrs. Elvort Thompson, of
West Salem, left today for Jefferson,
whoro thoy will visit relatives for a
mas (Friday) night. Their ontor-
- talnmonts have always been so high-
fow days, and thon go to Philomath, jly appreciated that it seoms a waste
to spend the Christmas holidays with of words to announce anything other
Mrs. Thompson's parents. '
Prof. Manning Is spending Christ
mas with his paronts, Rev. and Mrs.
Prof. Willis MoElroy was a pas
senger to Eugene today, whoro ho will
assist tho Eugene orchestra In the
Elks' grand ball tonight.
companicd by his sister, Miss Lilian.
than tho date.
Seats will bo on sale nt the box of
fice Friday at 0 a. m.
Jessie Shirley to Delight Her
Friends Here for Two
Jtteslo Shirley come with two
groat plays, oponlng Wednesday In
tho play that set all New York talk
ing ami which ran for more than 200
nights at tho Bijou theater In that
city. Thoro Is no nuostlon but "A
Modem Magdalon" will draw a big
house hero Tho reputation of the
play Is well established, having had
big runs In Now York, Boston, Chica
go and othor largo oastorn cities.
Miss Jessie Shlrloy has secured the
play for all clUos west of the Missis
sippi, paying Amolla Bingham sever
al thousand dollars for tho privilege
Tho staging of "A Modern Magdalen"
Is reputed one of tho finest over leav
ing Now York.
On Thursday night tho reigning
sensation of both hemispheres, "Tho
Duchess Du Barry" will bo present
ed. Theso nro tho two latest and
most successful Niw York successes.
Sale of resorved seats begins Wed
Notice Change of Time of Street
Boglnnlng Wodnosday, Decoraber
23d. All depot cars will leavo for do-
pot 30 minutes boforo tho train is due.
This applies particularly to car for
C: p. m. train.
CITIZENS' LIGHT & TRACTION CO.
Mlae Veva Cary, of Eastern Oregon,
is visiting relatives In South Salem.
Guy Weaver camo down from Cor
Ho was ac- i vallis yostorday, and will spend the
holidays with his paronts, south of
Mrs. S. Jossup went to Portland to
visit frlonds for a fow days.
Laud Hamilton wont down to Port
tlves and attending to some business, land this morning to visit with his
Miw Katn O'Flvntr Is homo from a I parents,
fl wordto r
Whilo in Salem, allow ua to lUgjoit to you that you end 2
homo to wife fine pair of Whito Woolen Bkukets for-' hor 2
Christmas presont. Oregon leads tho world on fino blankets J
that is conceded by nil manufaoturora of wolltni, and that
we lead Oiogon is a fact that boa beon prorcn by State Fain ?
and Expositions here in tho northwest, timo and again.
Every time tho bluo ribbou gooa to our Salem mills, whick
produconnnuallyfrom fiftoou to
120,000 Pairs of Blankets!
Nowhere in tho U. S. are blankets sold so cheap as right
horo in our store You ceo there's no middle man to slmro
tho profit and our cuitomors reap tho advantage. Wo carry
in Block blauKots in all colore and at all prices, and wrap
them for shipmout when dosired.
Wo would also suggest that if you neod anything in Iho
clothing lino for yourself or tho boys, you'll find tho beat eo
Ibotiona on our counters, for we carry tho most completo as
woll as tho
Largest Sjtock of Clothing
in tie Valley
Salem Woolen Mill Store
South Salem Personals.
It. L. Gllson, of Tallraaa, Bpont yos
torday In South Salem visiting rola-
months' stay In Oregon City and
Portland, where sho Is recolvlng med
Three favorite words with
your grecer: Schilling's Best
m ' GEO. E. WATERS ssse
m Wholesale Tobacconist and
jj Cig&t Dealer
! Lar o-est Stock fax Willamette Valley
. . oai cpli nnpnnM.
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1 252 COMMERCIAL STREET
A clear Havana 12c cigar. For sale by all dealers.
stein, Manufacturer, Salem, Oregon
gifts is best selected ahead. Wo bars
laid In a splendid stock for tho holiday
trade, which It will pay you to ex
amino. Wo haTe a magnificent stock
of rings In all tho latost settings, solid
gold rings at $1-50 and up. You can
make your soloctlons now, and we
will hold them for delivery.
Jeweler and Optician, 288 Com. Bu
Fv 11. SouUiwIok has gono to Seattle
to visit his sister, Mrs. W. P. Johnson.
Dr. George Russell, of Coqullle
City, who has beon visiting friends in
this city, wosji passongor for Wood
burn this morning.
Sheriff Keeton, of Fossil, Wheeler
county, Is visiting his family in South
I THE GREAT GAME
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Car Shortage Dili.
The bill of Mr. Jones, of Lincoln,
county, regulating commerce rail
road and transportation corapanlos Is
a measure of the utmost Importance.
Under its provisions, shippers asking
for cars shall be supplied with the
number nsked for at tho point Indi
cated, within six days from the date
of Hie request, without preferenco be
ing glvon to any othor porsort, and If
tho application Is for ton cars or loss,
the required cars shall bo furnished
within throe dayB, and If for CO cars
or more, ton days' time shaU bo giv
on. A penalty of $25 is provldod for
tho failure of the transportation com
pany failing to supply such cars, to
gether with actual damages 10 ue
shippers. Tho shipper not using soicn
cars shall pay to tho company 26 for
each car asked for and not used. The
bill carries an emergency clause.
Will Not Adjourn.
The Republican caucus was recon-
vened at 12 o'clock, noon, today, and
Immediately after meeting adjourned
to 13. noon, tomorrow. Hnougu or me
member who voted for adjournment
tomorrow night have changed me"
minds to rescind that vot, but this
will not be done until tomorrow, in
order to rush the business of the two
houses along. It l now thought trie
legislature will take a recess tomor
row night until after Christmas, and
then enmln In session all of next
Itlsthe Jolllest andnost utroar
loua game ever Invented for aa In
formal eood tlme-We can recommeafl
"Pit" for every body, old and younr
Then too we have "Panic" a came
tbat Is also lively enough for any one
"Flinch" of course you know about
We can euooly every want They
all make appropriate gift for Christ
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J P. Rogers this morning prosentwl
each of his employes in his several sa
loons with a $20 gold piece ns n
Christinas present. This Is a custom
Uint Mr. Rogers has observed for a
number of yonrs. The employes on
their part, presented him with a mog
nlilcent onyx-framed clock with two
beautifully chased candle-sticks on
either side, making nn Imposing man-
tlo onmmont. Tho clock was made to
nil tho order.
The Democrntio members hare,
mado a good party teplet for early
adjournment, yet most of them seem
to have bills up their sleeves for,, In
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Iluy a talking machine of Oeo. Q:
Will for your folks' Chrlstman pros-ft
ont. tio has a largo stock of Victors,
Columbia and Zonophohoitnachinos du
Don't Forget the Potato,
The First Congregational Sunday
school will hold Its Christmas ser
vice In tho parlors of the church this
evening at 7:30 o'clock. It will be
a "giving" survlov, nnd Instead of
gifts to tho children, they will them
selves bring gifts of money, groceries
, clothing, toys, etc, etc., to be dis
tributed among those who are lees
fortunate. Air admission foe of one
large otato will be charged. All are
"Portland and Return Only 2.20."
Tho Southorn PacWc Is now selling
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 appllos from Portland, giving all
Portland peoplo a chanco to visit val
ley polntn at groatly reduced rates.
W. B COMAN, O, P. A.
Pine assortment of larflos and
goats' gold watches and chains, for
tho holiday trado, for solo cheap, at
W. Calvot's. Practical watchmakor,,
158 Btato streot. cod
HAIR DRESSING, SHAMPOO
INO, MANICURING AND
AH diseases of feet ekllfully
Ilooras 9 and 10, Odd Fellows
building. Hours 9 to II ft. m,
to 6 and 7 to 8 p. m.
Btsy and Sell 1
To Settle the Estate.
Uon tho petition of OottUeb Hcheit
fie, F. W. Iluettner wbs yesterday ap
pointed administrator of the estate of
Jacob Seng. deeAsed. The amount
of tho personal property Is $700, and
the real property consists of 40 acre
of land In Linn county.
MODEL OYSTER PARLORS
U0 Court Street.
Oysters sny style end short orders
Ortter lOM.i, umo
Flib. Klu, In season
tflrLniTDi. Uh cken Tsuislei, Udell
chicken dinners every dsy,
1 Salem Abstract 1
and Land Co. j
F.W. WATERS, Mgr. f
iefejWTeHe) I I
I Tfiecc New Shapes
lu Bluchornnd Mul ahooa
New last, best fitter on
See our new enamel and box
oo state St. Silea. Oregon.
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Vf Christmas Announcement
Mixed Candy J On t
And Almonds, 1i H.. for 25c.
Special prlws In laroe quantl- ..
We keep the best pure good
No jrum drops.
Come In and see what a
sackful 25c will buy.
!! Candy Canes t AtftomoWIe j; A Box
In fancy boxes are the beaJ
Ideal of delicious confections.
These are a dsllght to both
vouna and old.
They csuflht the popular T
Candy boxes for the children.
A nice o'H filled with candy,
See our Christmas bell boxea.
Of Spa Candy will piM
more people prentthi
any one thlnq In Balem.
Are frh and home made.
This means much to buyer.
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