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DAILY AP ITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, 'fiREN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1903.
, Umbrellafl, Gloves, Handkerchiefs,
'Necktvenr, Jowolry, Collars, Aprons,'
FanfyMtiffler, Jackots, Suits, Furs,'
Shoes, Slippors, Mittens, Golf Gloves,
Hosiery, Hats, Dolls, Toys, Knit
Shawls, Newport Scarfs, Fancy Com
forje Counterpanes, Portierss, Laeo
-Curtaiis. - , t
Suit Cases, Trunks, Shirts Sweaters,
Fancy Bath Towels, Cushion Tops,
Potticoats, Ribbons, Waists, Spachdol
Goods, Pillow Shams, Staud Covers
Doilies, Napkins, Table Cloths, and ,
thousand and ono other useful Christ
At Sale Prices
Cases Set for Trial at the
January Term of Dept.
Tho following Is tho docket, na sot!ay( for monoy.
for trial boforo George II. llumettJ
Loo Drowit & Sous vs. O. 0. Cono,
Elizabeth Sploknoll vs. Joanna
Pugb, ot al., rocovory of roal proper
ty. Geo. LaVib vs. W. L. Toozo, on man
date. First National Bank of Southorn Or
egon v. W 8. Porklns, for monoy.
13. 1). Colbqth vs. Hooter & Zorm
In W. 'Smith vs. llonry Frank nml
J. N. Baker, for monoy.
Frnzlor and Iong vs. W. U. Tolo
graph Company (a corporation) dam
ages. George 0O. Savago vs. 8alom Flour
ing MlpB action at law.
J. W.Prnll vs. Campbell Bldg Co.,
Chicago. Dec. 22. Wlioht 82H5,83.
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Gold Dust Flour
THE SIDNEY POWER COMPANY,
Made for family use. Ask your
grocer for It Bran and shorts al
ways on hand.
A. T. Wain, Agt.
Timely Suggestions iot
Diamond Rlnfjs from $10.00 to $300.
1 , - Ladies' Watches from $8.50 to $50.
- . Qent Watches from $4.60 to $50.00.
. ,-;' Boys' Watches from $1.50 to $8,00.
Solid Gold Ring from $1.00 to $20.00.
Diamond Brooches from $10.00 and up. .
Diamond Cuff Links from $3.50 to $25.
Diamond Studs from $11.50 to $200...
Watch Chains from $1.50 to $15.00.
Onera Glasses from $8.50 to $18.50.
ft ,' Gold Pens and Pearl Handle $1.50
K to $2.00.
Stick Pine, beauties from $1 to $1.50.
v t Match Boxes from $1.50 to $5.00.
' Shaving Muqs from $3.50 to $8.60, ;
upectacjea and syo-glasaea selected for Xmaa presents wll b4re
fitted after. Uv holidays. Your selections laid aside until you-want
! " Jeweler and Optician,
Albort It. Morgan vs. Mary Ji Huff
man, for monoy.
Eliza Cnso vs. Estato of William M.
Stato vs. Oeorgo P. Witting.
8tato vs. Hi McCIannalmn.
P. H. D'Arcy vs! II. L. Mi Brcntano,
Jas, H. Carrlco vs. E.
H. Will, for
Stato vs. E. C. Parson
Claud Gatch vs. J. II. Patty, for
D. M. Osborn & Co.. vs. Moses Mc-
Poarl W. Geer vs. J. E. Hosmer, ac
tion for damages.
Wlllamotto Iron and Steol Works
vb. Aurora Eolectrlc Co., for monoy.
A. II. Damon vb. J. H. Schantz, for
Uon Schwnrz & Sons vs. Loo Gow
and P. L. Kennedy, for monoy.
W. A. Jonas vs. John Mays & Cofy
J. M. Hicks vs. F. W. Sottlemlro, for
Wm. Woodley vs. F. Nockormnnn,
No homo Is complotely furnished
until It contains a handsomo clock.
Wo havo kinds onough to Bult any
fancy. At W. Calvofs, practical
watchmnkor, No. IBS Stato street
I Next Issue
of the Delinquent
Bulletin will be out
about January 1st.
Get one free of charge
by letting us do your
Van Alstlne Cordon & Co.
257ttCom'ISt. Phone 801
A, R Morgan & Co. Mrra.
88 State Street
Citizens Meetand Dis
cuss Various Kinds
Curb Lines Will Be Extended
and Another Year Will
See a Beautiful Drive"
A good attendance was had at the
mooting' hold last evening at the city
hall for the consideration of paving
Court street J. P, Frlzzoll was chos
on chairman and Chae L. McNary
acted as secretary-
After a preliminary dUcusslon of the
subject a letter was read from" ' the
city onglneor of Portland, giving spe
cific data aB to cost of paving in 'Port
land. Theso matters were then dis
cussed to some cxtont, whon J. M.
Kyle moved thot a committee bo 'ap
pointed by tho chair to ascertain the
cost of different kinds of pavement,
this committee to consist of tho chair
man, secretary and' five citizens. This
motion was carrlod, and tho chair will
announce his commlttoe later.
G. Stolz advocated narrowing tho
strcot, by tho oxtonslon of tho curb
linos, thus saving a considerable) sum
on tho oxponso of paving. Mr. Mc
Cornlck and J. N. Smith suggested
that, whllo something could thus be
savodj It would tend toward lrrogU
larlty In the mattor of Improving the
curb grounds. Mr. Frizzell thought
the city could compol pioporty ownors
to maintain tho curbs in a uniform
George Poarco stated that ho be
lieved tho property owners would,
without doubt bo ready to boar 'the
oxpenso of paving Court strcot, but
ho felt that tho city was not in a po
sition to boar Its share of tho burden.
Mr. I'ohle expressed hlmsolf as- In
favor of paving, but was not sure
that he could boar the oxpenso on- his
property botwoon Twelfth and Thir
Adjourned to call of chairman. '
Among those prosont at this first
street Improvement mooting were tho
following nnm1d persens: Dr. J. II.
Browor, Rov. P. S. Knight, G. Stolz,
J. P. Frlzzoll, J. A. Simpson, E. P. Mc
Cornaclc. II. Pohlo, W. F. Boothby,
Geo. Grlswoldi J. N. Smith, F. W. DUr
bin, J. M. Kylo, A. O. Constable, C. L.
Parmontor, H. II. Rngan, E. M, La
Foro. A. McGll, Mr. and Mrs. Jv T.
Enrlsht, W. Morloy, George J. Pearco,
II. Stousloff. J. H. McNary, C. L.
McNary, J. M. Martin.
The following figures woro submit
ted from tho city engineer's ofllco at
Vltlrlfled brick, with 6-Inch concrotc
foundation, ?2tG5 per square yard.
Stone blocks, on a concrete foun
dation, S3.40 per squaro" ynrd.
Asphalt, 2-lneh, with binder
course on concroto foundation, $2.7G
per square yard.
Bituminous macadam, with bitumin
ous concrete foundation, $2.00 per
Wood blocks, troatod .with creosoto
or carbollnoum, with cdnoroto foun
dation, $2.70, per squaro yard.
Macadam costs about $2.20 per
cubic yard, and, of course, tho cost,
per square yard, ot macadam, would
bo govoroned by the dopth of tho ma
terial put on.
All tho abovo streets, you will note,
havo conoroto foundation, which cost
about 90 conta per square yard.
If pavomonta aro laid without a
concroto baso, tho coat will bo .tie
creased proportionately by that
amount although on asphalt streets
a concrete baso. la a necessity, while
with some of tho othor pavoments n
good BTavol baso. as exists in your
town, could bo utilized, and as good
results obtained at cheaper pricoai as
with tho us"? of conoroto baso.'
Charter Bills Passed.
Sovoral charter bills originating In
the house also passed that body.
Sonata bills passing tho houso this
morning, and ready for the gover
nor's slgnaturo are:
Sonate bill 3 Cartor, Gold Ray
8. D. 4 Dlmlok, Reaver Hill char
S, D. 5 Dlmlok, North Bend char
S. O. 6 Dlmlok, Marshfiold char
.8, B; 7 Miller, Xobanfin charter.
S. B. 2 Smith (.Umatilla), .wpeall
Adorns charter -
Mrs. Bmmn Singleton and daughter.
Beeelev have returned from a visit
with relatives at Eugene.
Democrats Held a Lit
tle Cancurs of
While Not Saying flinch They
Realize That the Rail
ways Need Regu
lating While tho Republican caucus was
in somion In room No. 4, on tho
ground floor of tho stato house yester
day aftornoon, tho Democratic mem
bers of tho senate were In consulta
tion In tho chamber. Of course, they
had little to decide upon except the
master of confining their efforts to
ward securing tho needed remedial
legislation action on tho tax law.
Tho members of tho minority party
In tho houso confined themsolves to
work at tholr desks, In answering cor
respondence. Somo of tho Democrat'
Ic members suggested facetiously that
In tho Republican caucus too much
politics hold sway, and they needed
tho wisdom of tho Democratic mom-
bora to hold them level. A prominent
Democratic mombor suggostod to the
Republicans that all membors of the
legislature should bo called Into the
caucus, that all bills to bo proposed
ba brought boforo that body and dis
cussed, am that on tho following day
all of those measures could bo Intro
duced, passed and sent to' tho gov
ernor, whon - ndjournmont could bo
promptly had." This proposal, howev
er, did not most with favor, and tho
caucus was n strictly party affair.
Tho Masonic lodges of Salem hold
tholr annual Installation last ovenlng,
and tho following ofilcors were Induct
ed Into their various effices: Salem
Lodgo No. 4 T. C. Smith, Jr., W. M.;
W. II. Cook, S. W.; J. Jit Lawrence,
J. W.J D. J. Fry, trcasurer: F. A.
Logg, secretary; A. L. Frazor, S. D,;
White Rota y
Always please tho womon folks.
Whon tho Whlto Rotary was per
fected wo took It up and havo sold
scores of them slnco. We soil thorn
on tholr merits as an easy running,
high spoed, convenient machine, nml
havo novor yet had to tako ono back
nnd furnish a vibrator In Its stead.
Como and sea thorn.
Our Christmas trado on mnchlnoa
haa been splondld. Somo of you hus
bands drop In and we'll help you sur
prlso your wlvos.
A mlnatura Studobakor wagon
tickle tho boys.
We havo thorn. Drop In and look.
And that' "Irish Mall." It's a small
hand cart far the street. You bring
tho boy In. He'll sell It to himself.
And a nloa wlngr buggy robe for
"th main" Ho KQts cold when ho
has to drive; drop In and we'll help
you warm him. x
If tho robe won't do it wi havo
laomo good buggy whips,-
And somo Juvonllo bloyoles. Tho boy
qr girl will have the riding trick all
learned by Bpring, If you buy now.
Wo havo tho whoels if you have tho
F. A. Wiggins'
255-257 Liberty 8t,
Farm Machinery, Blcyqlae, Automo
biles) Sewing Machine and 8uspllee.
Rowing Machine Repairing.
4-ui iihih mm ti mini
mm huh tin huh i in
For 8ale. One fresh milch cow for
salo,. and -she is a-good oner George
Swcgla. " IS-Si-St
For 8ala. Housyiold furniture;
Btovea, etc.; cheap; If taken at once.
Inquire at 410 Church Btreet
"VD A niTHi OPERA
JOHN F. CORDRAY, M(jr.
Two Nights Ouly
Beginning Wednesday Dec. 23
Mr. Hnrry W. Smith will present
MISS JESSIE SHIRLEY
And her excellent company, in
tho following plnye:
"A Modern Magdalen.
"Tne Dachesa Dti Barry."
Prices .75c, 50c, 3Bc.
Seats on ealo at box office
Wednesday at 9. a. m.
Grafrd Opera House.
JOHN F. CORDRAY, Manager.
Friday Dec. 25.
Eighth annual tour of tho
Stanford University Glee
and Mandolin Clubs
A night of fun, frolic, music nnd
morrlmont Now music, bright spe
cialities, college stories, college stunts
Prices, $1.00, 75c, 50c and 35c.
Seats on salo at box office Friday
at 9 a. m.
M. P. Baldwin, J. D ; Paul Housor, S.
S.; . McCorcklo, J. S.; P. H. Ras
museoin. tyler. Pacific Lodgo No. 50
C. A. Gray, W. M.; A. A. Cunningham,
S W.; M. L-. Moy.ors, J. W.; J. Baum
gartnor, troasuror; Lot L. Pearco,
secrotary; Fred Stousloff, S. D.; John
Burton, J. W.; W. A. Donton, S. S.;
Honry McConnell, J. D.; Henry
Committee on Better Streets.
J. V. Frizzell, who was chairman of
tho street Improvement meeting last
night, has today announced tho fol
lowing commltteo to lnvostlgato the
various kinds of pavement:
'E. P. McCornack, vitrified brick.
Hi D. Patton, crushed rock.
II. Pohlo, gravel.
H. B. Thlolsen, asphalt.
Dr. J. II. Browor, wood blocks.
Chairman Frlzzoll will repoit on bi
Lanry Is Here.
Larry Sullivan, of Portland, Is In
tho city, nnd Is In closo consultation
with tho Multnomah dologntlou, pre
suvmbly to forestall any attempt at
nntl-loglslatlon at this session.
Oregon Fare Relief
Oreeon'a Great Mutual Insurance Co.
$15,440,588 Insurance at risk.
Safe, economical Insurance for the
people. Head office. McMlnvIHe, Or.
H. A- JOHNSON. Agent tor Marlon Co.
' We Want
Early Rose Potatoes.
Early Jackson Potatoes,
Garnett Chill Potatoes.
James M. Kyle & Co
144 Stats 8t
Slaughter Sale Wiles
For the next Two Daya, Pdpea Cot Away Down.
The Cheapest Store In the Northwest
M'Eyoy Brothers, Court St.,Salem
Is brim foil of holiday
We're too basy to
Do yotfr Christmas
buying early. Come in
.the mornings if you can.
Bryan Is Getting There.
Sa Petersburg," Dec. 22. Bryan re
ceived an-autograph photograph, of the
Czar today. Ho was tendered a
luncheon by Ambassador McCormlck
at which soveral high Russian officials
woro present. -'
Homer With Pulitzer.
Now Yorkv Dec. 23. Artist Davon
port has gono to tho Now York
World, his first cartoon being in this
For supplies for tho Oregon State
Ponltontlnry, during tho period end
rng Juno 30, 1904.
Scalod bids for Dniga, Dry Goods,
Grocorlos, Shoes. Leather and Find
ings, Plumbing Supplier, Hardware,
Flour, Fish, Meat, otc, will bo ro
colved at tho olfico of tho Superin
tendent of tho State Ponltontlary until
Thursday, January 7, 1904, at 3 o'clock
p. m., nt which tlmo they will bo
A deposit of J200 In cash or cortl
flod chock, payable to tho Superintend
ent .must accompany each bid for
meat or flour, and all othor blda must
bo accompanied by an amount equal
to 10 por cent of tho amount of the
Tho right Is rosorved to rojoct any
and all bids, and to accept or rojoct
any portion of a bid.
On each onvolopo should bo In
scribed tho nature of the bid. Goods
of Oregon manufacture or production
will recetvo proforonco, othor things
All goods and" suppllos must bo de
livered to tho Penitentiary within 20
days after tho contract -is awarded.
onedulos of tho various lines of
goods will bo furnished upon applica
tion to the Superintendent
Vouchors will bo Issued for pay
ment on the first of the month follow
ing tho completion of contract, and
monthly on continuous contractu.
Bidders ore Invited to bo prosont
C. W. JAMBS,
Superintendent Oregon Stato Peniten
tiary. Salem. Oregon, Docember 14, 1903.