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On He Fbgef
L feW PMC88,ono that aro more Prid and cherished than
F1" no the little- circlet, set vlh "
iMJflsn's" .. ,. t '. . " HrKling nreCc
'': that forms tne manner symnoi of a lover's devotion
iWnr' IJ. -,l a ntj.!ei.r. I- Hi
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DAILY CAPITAL Jourm a, A, P
eVOtlftn Tl, n
KAtllnn MH... i
ictare i"M " r . . . . u v,'uauB'cnv ring, quite
Lrt from purely commercial consldoratlons, for we feel that when
r w. Bell a beautiful and worthy ring for that ouroose. It ,..,...
i il. tvtlnrlo nf tAtft nrcnne umIU . .
il$ store m - - r ; nc 01 me sweetest
ii.' evems lID " - " '"i"u ncani,
f ',.. carry at all times
MIMf w- -
HLv.ina an Immense variety of settings and precious stonciL
Therefore, we take
times a choice and beautiful stock of these rlnn.
BUraclnfl an Immense variety of settings and precious stones.
OREGON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1903
i Comer State and Liberty Streets, Safero, Ore.
Cr-HI llll II M I HI Ilir-t-
'judge Dolso wont to Albany today.
Kb. T. T. Geer is halting friends In
Hr, Morse was a pnssonger 10 ai-
Jjdgo and Mrs. Jonn n. hcou arc
C B Moorcs camo up from urogon
It; this morning.
Webster Holmes has legal business
U Portland today.
E. C. Patton was n north-bound pas-
Lager last ovonlng.
Coventor Chamberlain camo up
feu Portland todaj.
i Speaker Harris dopartod for Ins
ma at Eugene today.
Chief Justice Mooro wont down to
Mland last evening.
H J M. Martin Is visiting friends
U Portland for a few days.
Hon. Squlro Farrar was a pnssongor
to Portland this morning on business.
Frank O'NoIl, of Portland, loft last
irening for that city, after a fow dayn
a this city.
Ed. Huffman returned to Mt. Angbl
ist evening, after a few days' visit
Kiss Zarclda Mlnton returned from
Mu,ma last ovonlng, where sho ha3
wj teaching school.
Jto. 0. D. Hutton, of Portland,
liwt tho past fow days hero, return-
It; homo last ovoning.
Lee Davis and Will Carrot spont
lundajr at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs.
)0. M. Davis, in this city.
, Hon. and Mrs. Geo. S. Downing ro-
tamed homo last ovonlng. attar spend-
fit Christmas with Hon. and Mrs. C.
1 Sehlbredo, at Roseburg.
Mr J. Lacy, of Boiso, Idaho, Is In
the city on a visit to his son, H. N.
kuy. Ho was formerly engaged in
the shoo busInosB In this city, but of
ttCent vnnrn han rnnlilnd In tho capl-
rW city of Idaho.
Jack Luhrman has "returned from an
rtended trip through tho Pugot
ound country, w,hero ho conducted a
fating rink la several of tho leading
eitles and towns during tho past year
fl will roraaln In Salem for a time,
"4 will construct a moveablo floor,
to be used la a tent for a skating rink,
'wd later will take tho road, making
the smaller towns with his amuse
K Herllng, of Staton, was a Satem
Milo 0. Knight, of Turner, was a
Salem buslnoss visitor this morning.
Judge Burnett went to Albany this
morning with his mother, who has
boon visiting In Salem.
Jack Johnson, of Woodburn, and
Wm. Jones, of Gervals, a couple of
plain farmers, who never moijdlo with
politics, weie In Iho city today.
Echo Will Have a Big Drive
on New Years Day,
and Will Break
The most extensive rabbit drlvo ai
tho season will bo organized on Duttor
creek on Now Year's day. It Is tho In
tontlon to begin some distance back
on Butter creek, and covor sevoral
miles In oxlont, ending at somo point
not yet determlnail unnn vhnra t
sH hi HIia'-bbMLhV '
Ml m tft,!i
jmw kw s.ssuj '
Adyancc Spring Styles Just In, J
i!! Largest JLme in the valley.
Mrs. Rosa Adams, niece 01
the late General Roger Hanson,
C.S.A., wants every woman to
know of the wonders accom
plished by Lydia E. Pinkhara's
nnn Mm. PiNitiiJiu T cannot
tell vou with pen and Ink what good
Lyitla E. Plnlclmm's Vcuctublo
Compound did for mo, Buucring irom
If yow were to examine the hats that arc being
! ! that more of them come from oeir store than from any 9
! ! other three or four stores. You see we not only have
! ! an assortment largeenoagh to aolt men ot all bHIds,oi ;
I ! all taste, and of all purses, hut we are also the first to
show the new things as they come out. !
If you want a good hat for the price of a cheap one $.
here's a snap. Some broken lines of our flue $3.00
tho Ills peculiar to tlio sex, cxtrcmo
lassltudo and that all pono feeling. I i ; ;
would rise irom my ucu m iik "a i
A Pleasant Party,
Miss Mercedes Sims entortalncd a
largo number of her young friends at
lior home on East State street last ov
onlng. Tho guosts wore received at
the door by Iris Hawley, and by 9
o'clock the rooms were flllwl with a
host of pretty girls and dashing young
men. Tho foro part of the evonlng
was occupied with games, aftor which
dancing was indulged in.
About 10:30 the guests ropalred to
tho dining room, whero a delicious
lunch was served. Tho lmppy throng
doparted for their homos at a late
hour, all wishing their kind hostess a
happy Now Year. Thoso present
wcre: Misses Morcedos and Bernlce
Sims. Gladys Farrar, Zoo Stockton,
Kalhorlno Parrlne. Ama Strong, Grace
Rlnoman, Ollvo Mltcholl, Josslo Har-
rltt, Bertha Allen, Eunane Craig,
Ruth Kotchum, Gertrude Jonos, Hdyth
Ragan, Maymo Stout and Lntasia-
lov! Mossrs Ormond Bean, llowara
rnJlln. JamoB. Lloyd and WlUlo Mott,
BIdon Damon, Robert JlcCorl, Ralph
Dorcas, George Gray, James Fink,
Frank McCauloy, both or roriianu,
Sydnoy Morrison, Frank Frlckoy, Wil
lie Hendricks and Victor Allen.
The Far East Situation.
London. Dec. 30.-Tnlk In total
moini mini-tors today is tho most
poesimlstic slnco tho Eastorn troublo
bogan. It Is belloveu a ciasu
,innt Tha Nova Vromya today says
thoro Is a cilsls, and the slightest turn
may causo tho beginning or nosimuu
Japanoso dispatcher show tho popu
lace Is fairly goading tho government
Into war. Dispatches to Gorman pa
pers say that from a diplomatic source
It Is learned that a declaration of war
from Japan Is almost imthmiq
.-t -A fnf
A most substantial g
groocr and pcPle, al,r
some uplift for business.
I- .., ..HW.W
Will be tho most convnnlnnt nn.1 llWn
ly to result In tho greatest catch of
Slnco the ennnory bns started, and
thoro Is somo beneficial use for the
rabbits, moro Interest will bo taken
In their destruction after this. Many
of tho farmers In that district have
hesitated to slaughter tho anlmali
by wholosalo, whore thoy wore left
l)ing in the pons, with no possible use '
for them. But now that thore Is a
humane and profitable means of tils-
poiing of them, everybody Is united
In their destruction.
In tho sago brush flats on Butter
creek the numbor of rabbits has ruulU-
piled so greatly in tho past two or
three years that they are now an ac
tual menaco to tho young crops of al
falfa on tho outside of the settlements.
Thin Nmv Yenr'B drlvo will be or-
ganlzed with a view to securing the
greatest possible number of rabbits,
and teams will leavo Echo In tha
morning for tho Bccno of tho drlvo,
carrying all the avallablo population
feeling more tired than when I went to .
Dcd, but beforo I used two bottles of J
Lydia E. Plnkhnm's VcKotnblo j , ,
Coninounu.x Dcgaa w icci vnu uuuj- i
ancy of my younger days returning,
becamo regular, couia uo moro worn
and not feel tired than I had over been
ivblo to do boforo, so I continued to ubo
It until I was restored to perfect health.
It Is Indeed a boon to sick women ana
I heartily recommend 1U Yours Tcry
truly, Mns. Rosa. Adams, 810 12th St.,
LouIstHIo, Ky." - fsws M'HJfsL'''
tbovt Itttir proving jtnulntntti cannot t protfacw.
FREE MEDICAIi ADVICE TO
tv ii. i,n.untn rTrrlfn fnTMrfl.
Pinkhnm Sho will unrtcrstona '
your enso pcrrcctiy, nninvui ire
vou with kindness. Her mlvlcq
U free, nml tho nddrosH l Iiynn,
jrnss. No woman over rcjrrottotl
Iinvlnp written hcr.nudsho has
Wo mMairf.in 44ft nur :rnrtrrr make room for the OCW T
lines that are beginning to arrive g!N EZ
Come before your stee Is sold out, JR 1 fjfcl I X
JVl AV4 C fm w m
On House Coats. Don't Walt Till They're Gone
tain sufficient land in Seattle for tha
purpose would Involve an expenditure
of $060,000. whllo just as good a slta
can b secured In North Portlnnd for
"Tank steamers will bo put on the
route as soon as tho contrnl works aro
located nml tho cost of fuel oil will
Watch Thursday's Ad. You Can't Afford to Miss It
ttfWMwmi a ott-wfrwMfrt-"
thereafter bo considerably lessoned
In Portlnnd. Cheap coal of a suporlor
nnniiiv win niun ha Introduced as a
rosult of tho ontorprlso. Tolegram.
rnn v. WATERS s-i p
T JfM8t Stock InWlUametteValley
Is received dally at our store-If you come In itoaay we wiu prop-
ably tave vou to the Blank Book Section, and show you our line
f vnnutite memos-we have every stylo Imaelnable and can fill
Soywant-Fon Dlarlcs-We can Sup- m
V jly now, m
S PATTON'S Book Stof z. f
of that llttlo burg, and as many as go
from I'ondloton and other points.
The cold weather will onablo tho
cannery peoplo to caro for all tho rab
i,i4 raueht. as tho cold storago fa-
oillties have been onlargod. Tho ani
mals aro fat and plump, anu in pni
condition to uso In tho cannvy.
v v' Rabb It unve.
-r., mi,hit drlvo at Echo yesterday
resulted in tho capture of about C00
American hare. Only a imau crow-
was in attondanco, ana a verj ..
First Time in History Port
land Furnished Any or
the "Grease" for Run
by all dlers- nuu '
. r.r rinar. For sale
i ciear navana i-z- -
stein. MMforhirrT. Salem, OrcQon.
-( MIIM1MM - W
Jlfts Ib best solectod ahead. Wo nave
laid la a Bplondld stock for tho holiday
trade, which It will pay you t0 ex'
amlna Wo have a magnificent stocK
of rings la all tho latest oetUngs, soua
Kold rings at ?l,50.and up. You i can
make your selections now, ana wo
will hold them for'dellrery.
C. T. POMEROY
Jeweler and OptlcUn, 288 Com. Bt.
Portland Is vary like & t" .
great distributing enter tot Mn
welltnown cltisens of this olty ha-j
' ... .....if in tke o Uelds of
S? Sak. in 8oth.a.urn Ala.ha.
IL oil fiei-U cov.r a vast t.rr,
tory on the mainland east of KaK
Uland Mr. Oroasman uU today,
dally A distributing Plnt will bav
aan. ... ..,. .a,a or at
... .., i m vorv sure this city
can ue pmw-- -- ..mm, ,.
nB.. ad b- 4" """--,,
.. territory m !"""
Iarr i" ' .ni,tf Lilian of
Mr. Ollveras. a --'-, ...
. f- liUlVin 1MB UIWJv
spent wvwal wMte rt
tIe roy. w - ::: . i
j... rt rwauuu "-
i it wa not
lnri?H scwo w -
4 "D -
To Worjc for the State.
Circular lottera aro bolng prepared
by Secretary Potter, of tho board of
trado, Bays the Tolegram, to bo Bont
tn m vnrlnnn commercial bodtos
throughout tho state, suggesting a
plan of co-oporatlon. As soon as the
letters aro ready an active campaign
will begin, with tho Idsa or naving
concontratcd action on all mattors of
Importance to tho slate.
About a year and a half ago a staio
board of trado was organised, dui, at
tor ono or two meetings, tho work
was dropped on tho ground that the
nlan was too cumbersoruo and expen
sive. Mr. Potter's plan dlffors to a
...n.) ortnnt from thO OUO Which
proved a failure. Inasmuch as ho sug
gests nieroly co-operation.
iin.inr nrmont conditions tho board
of trad U working Independently, but
at tho same tlrao furnishing such in
formation as outside organizations de-
aire. His plan Is for the dlfferoni
bodies to retain their Individuality,
and at the same tlmo do the bulk ot
their work, for tho good of the state.
Uirouflh the Portland board. The
roatUr has not taken definite form as
t. but Mr. Pottar oxpeoU to hav
bis Mtr r-adjthls week.
Tnminrv HthTias been selected as
tk tlm for holding the annual ban
quet. Covers will bs lam ai mo ii
Portland, and a number 01 auurww
w1ll be dellvsrod ikirlng the fea- Gov-
. . ..... ... lanlflul V.ll
ernor onamneriam '
Intention of being present and speak
T.atiAD are being printed today
aad will be sent oat to the members
of the board by Aelaat secretary
J. D. le.
Burglary at Turner. ,
At Turner, last night, tho hard-l
ware storo of Henry U Karl was en
tered by ourglurs, thoroughly ran
sacked, nnd a large quantity of cut
lery and silverware stolen, and n
caso of gloves completoly oleaned out.
The thlovea entered the store through
a rear window, nnd evidently left by
dm nnmn rou to When Mr. Knrlc
oponod his storo this morning, his at
tention was attracted to a pair of
glovos lying on tin floor. Picking
them up ho startod to raplaco them In
the case, whon ha discovered that the
nntirn stock hnd dlsnnlxnred. A hur
riod examination or the promlsos
showed thai ovory piece of silverware
nnd tho entlro Block of outlory bad al
so boon stolon, tno jobs ib nuum
$160. There Is no traco of the burg
Inrs, but it is believed that a gang of
tramps, onenmpod on Mill creok, ln
side of tho limits of tho town, yester
day aftornoon, Is rosponsliiia ror me
crlmo. Tho tramps havo dlsappearon
from that placo, but tho case has boon
put In tho hands of the SaUm oltlcors
for Investigation, as it Js poselblo
that tho gang responsible for tho bur
glary has Joinod the winter colony or
tourists In IJtchflold's pasturo, near
societies, and nlso the members ot
any other oiing people's societies In
the city who will come, in a reoepllo
and soolsd hour, from 8 to 0:30 p. ra.'
Kvorybody Is cordially Invited te
First Run In the New Wards.
Tho flro dopnrtment was called last
ovonlng about 0 o'olook to tho hora
ot Mrs. Pstor Wlllard, on Asylum' ar
onuo. whero a chlmnoy wkh burning
out Tlio sparks woro fnlllng on tho
roof, and throntoned tho building. The
ilopnrtinont laid a lino of hoso from
Mill Creok, nnd, after wotung wi
roof to prevont furtlier dangor, thoy
returned to tholr qunrters. This wa4
tho first run made In the now wnjrds.
West Salem Water Rent.
About a quartor of a mile of tho rlv.
or front on tho Polk county side,
cliangod hands yestardny. also 60
; acres opposuu mo iauor inu " -
house, J A. Taylor being me puronaw
or. Tho water front sold l In West
Salem, teaching to a point below the
bridge. The property belonged to D.
A Watch Nlfjht 8ervlce.
At tho First Christian church, on
New Year's ovo, thoro will bo a watch
night scrvlco under tho auspices of
tho Christian Endeavor eooiouee oi
tho city. Tho service will begin at
9:30 p. m., simultaneous with similar
nrvln In other cburohos of tho city.
Tlio bell In tho Baptist church will bu
rung to call tho worshippers lo tnia
The program will bo as follews:
0: JO Bong and pralso service.
10:00 Address. Dr. W. C. Kantner
10:30 Address, Iter. DstIb Brrett,
11:00 Address, Iter. C. W. Cliffs.
11:30 Consoeratlon and prayer ser
The officers of the local union or
i..iuiinn Hnilnavnr will be giau ic
met the members of the unuenvorj
By and Sell 1
Judae nurnett's eeeartweiit was Ib
teuton tls raewle. d the Mtir-
. iHtwiiflrt c-r. auer wniw
ihB mp ----- - ,,!,
court wae adjerett ww -ioprrow,
II y. Smith v eary 'J
J N. Bek". w"wU by jaa,BUff M
to defea4aiit. J. N. aker.
t -n ruLarne & Co. v. Meses
U. fl. v""-
MODEL OYSTER PARLORS
140 Court Street.
niterssnv style snd short orders.
dinners my dsy,
I Salem Abstract
and Land Co. (
F.W. WATERS, Mgr. I
paid much attention la Poruana, , u-. judgment
JTseatUemey nearly lor. the uUoas 1 lna & 8tMl Work, v.,
rf his coat, snowioB " ,. ., , pMtric Co- seuiea
Ttiree New Shapes
New last, best fitter on
geo our now enameJ and box
as to ob-J Aurora
WM -- . .AMA ad Tfl uir AUIWIW .-----
prefers Fortlana, no,