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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, '8ALEM, OREGON, WEDNE8DAY, DECEMBER 30, 1903
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Now for the--
We have moved all our
dress goods up to the corner
store and find wo haveut
near enough room to put
Our jackets, Skirls and
suits are crying for room also.
In return we are moving
our immense stock of fur
nishings for men, to our old stand 298-300 Commercial. Wo
will run two exclusive stores until our new building is com
pleted. By having tho stocks thus classified we will be hotter
able to serve our customers and give them betttf values for
Out Great Jantiaiy Clearance Sales
andl Sale of WniteTGoods
will bo the event of tho coming year:
goods for Itss niouey
Come to us for bettor
Stockton & Co.
Great Rush for the Various
It haa leaked out that Mayor
Waters and tho Ropubllcan council
mon had an Informal conference Tues
day evening at tho oftlcc of tho Jattor,
to consider the numerous applications
for appolntivo placos. The gathering
was p'roductlvo of lots of "informa
tion," but little resulted, and anothor
conferenue will bo held to name the
Sslat ethat will bo put through. It can
bo stated that there Is a strong dlspo
altlon to leavo tho selection of subor
dinates In the firb and pollco depart
ments largely to tho heads of those
departments, and not many changos
will bo made.
Clothing an! dhoo store 208-300 Commercial Streets.
Dry Goo Is Corner Court and Commercial Streets. " L
Annual Taxpayers' Meeting.
Evorybody attornl the annual tax
payers' kneeling of School district No.
24, at tho city hall Wednoiday ovon
lug, December 30th, at 7:30, to lovy
lax for tho onsulng year. 12-29-2t
Dec. 30. Wrteal, 8i3
Gold Dust Flour
THE SIDNEY POWER COMPANY,
M&do for family uso. Ask your
irrocer for It Bran and short b al
ways on hand.
A. T. Wain, Agt.
Oregon Fite Relief
Oregon's Great Mutual Insurance Co.
$15,440,588 Insurance at risk.
Ssfe.iconotnlcal Insurance frr the
people. Head office, McMlnvllIe, Or.
H, A JOHNSON, Aircnt for Marlon. Co
A Good Business Man.
O, I Dabnoy, who has Just closod
out his Fair storo to givo his undi
vided attention to his Portland busi
ness, Is a good specimen of Saloin
business mon. Ills career Is a line
oxample of what a man can do in
Salem who begins ns a strangor with
out capital or frlonds.
In 10 years he hns built up n thriv
Ing business which ho is now giving
up becnuso of his largo buslnoss ' at
Portland which roquiros all of his at-,
tontlon. Mr. Dabnoy and his family
will bo soroly mlBSod from Salem's
business and soclnl circles and scoros
of old frlonds and patrons join in
wishing him woll In his new enterprise.
Another Strike imminent.
Chicago, Dec. 30. Conferences bo
tweon representatives of tho engin
eers and employes nro bolng hold this
morning, to avert, a strike, which
would leave tho greater portion ot
Chicago's buslnoss population with
out heat or olovator service. One
hundred and fifty sky-scrapers would
be the ones to suffor most. The meet
ing failed to clear tho situation. The
englneors, whllo not refusing arbitra
tion, declare that undor no circuit
stances will they accept as arbitrators
clergymen, Judges or attorneys, ns in
previous cases, whoro n rabbi, min
ister and priest composed tho board,
and the engineers lost, Instead of
gained wages. Tho engineers got 28
cents nn hour, and demand 37
conts. The toamstore arc in sym
pathy with thorn. x
She Found Employment.
Lydla Jackson, a y.ung colored wo
man, who halls from Carrollton, Miss
issippi, arrived In this city last night,
accompanied by. a pickaninny two
months old, and, as tho woman was
without moans, she was givon u bed
In tho woman's cell In the city Jail.
3ho stated that sho had boon sent to
Oregon for her health, and that slnco
arriving hoio she had supported her
jolf by work at Mllwaukle, near Port
land, nnd had been furnished with a
clckot by her pcoplo thero for Salem.
She hnd been told that sho would find
many colored pcoplo hero. Tho poor
woman had no friend in tho town,
and was, thoroforo, cared for at tho
Jail until this morning, when Mrs.
Margery Ferguson, who conducts a
restaurant on Stato street, camo to
tho city hall, nnd ongaged tho girl
to work in tho kltchon at hor place,
than providing a home for tho Strang
3r and hor child,
HERItAN.- At tho family home, Sa
eom, Oregon. Sunday, December 27,
1903, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Horran,
HOWA11D - VAN NUYS. At tho
home f tho brldo, West Stayton,
Oregon, Sunday, Decombor 27, 1903
at 11 o'clock, Miss Myrtlo VanNuys
to Mr. George Howard.
Tho brldo Is a daughtor of Mr. and
Mrs. R. W. VanNuys, of West Stay
ton, nnd tho groom is a well-to-do
farmor of that section. Tho happy
couplo will , rosldo on tho groom's
There's nothing better
than Scott's Emulsion after
the grip. When the fever
is gone the body is left weak
and exhausted; the nervous
system is completely run
down and vitality is low.
Two things to de: give
strength to the whole body
and new force to the nerves.
Scott's Emulsion will dp it;
contains just what the worn
out system needs.
Rich blood, healthy flesh,
resistive force, more and bet
ter nourishment are what
Scott's Emulsion supplies to
We'U tend yon a umple free upon request.
SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 Tearl Street, New York.
Early Uoso Potatoes.
Early Jackson Potatoes.
Qarnett Chili Potatoes.
James IVI. Kyle &, Co
i 75 CommcrchilSt,
Watch-nlnht at the Presbyterian
Watch-night sorvlco will bo hold at
tho Prosbytorlan church on Now Year
eve, Dec. 31st, boglnnlng nt 9 o'clock.
Tho flrBt hour will bo undor tho aus
pice's of tho young peoples socloty of
Christian Endeavor. Tho second hour
from 10 to 11 will bo dovotod to
social fellowship; light rofroshmonts.
will bo servod. The third hour from
11 to 12 brlof addresses by tho pas
tor and others, n short blblo roadlng
of promlsoi, without commontj sing
ing nnd prayer. The last flftoon
minutes consecration sorvlco. Clos
ing with doxology nnd New Yonr
State House Notes.
State Printer .Whitney Is getting
out the laws passed by the special
session. They will mako about 50 to
Attornoy-Gonoral Crawford has to
day ;ucu nis unor in tno suit to re
claim tho swamp, lands In tho Klamath
Grand Opera House
JOHN F. CORDRAY, Mgr.
Friday January I
Atari a company of unusual ex-
col lenco presenting the latest rural
For Mother's Sake
A story of New Eugjand Lifo.
Startling,, artistic and up-to-date
production. A car load of scenery
and mechanical effects.
Prices, 75. 50 35.
Keats on s'alo at box office, Fri
day at 9 a. in.
Is a Big
The store is trimmed
in white from top to bot
tom Ladies who came
oar showing of muslin,
underwear the prettiest
ever on display in Salem
An Athletic Club.
A number of young mon nro circu
lating a papor for slgnnluros to organ
ize an athletic club, nnl getting many
names. It Is mooting with consider
able favor, as thoro seoms to bo no
suitable placo down town for a groat
many young men to spond tholr oven-Inns.
Annual Taxpayers' Meeting.
Bvorybody nttend tho nnnuul tax
payers' meeting of school district No.
21, lit tho city hall Wodnesday even
Ing, December 30, nt 7:30, to lovy n
tax for the ensuing year. 12-29-2t
144 8Uto 8t
The Pipe Burst.
Cleveland, Doc. 30. Sovon mon
woro scalded, thrco probably fatally,
by an oxploslon of a steam pipe in tho
Kuntz cablnot works today. Those
probably fatally hurt aro Vincent
Kuntz, George Gablo and Adolph
Wo havo contlnuod to nccummulate
so mnny socond-hnnd sowing mnchinos
by taking them in on Bales of now
machines that wo havo a great many
moro than wo want. Wo can mako it
worth your whilo to visit us, for we
will soil you a modern, high-arm ma
chlno of most any standard mako at
about your own prlco.
Drop In, and you'll soo we're right.
Noodloa for all machines, Excolslor
and Howards, best mado, 25c a dozon.
Bost grades Nyas Bporm oil, "3 la 1"
and "Dig Four" oils, all prlmo sowing
machino oils, and warranted not to
Race Horse Comlnn.
Letters received in tills city from
Samuel Gamble, the noted horsoman,
of Pleasnnton, California, aro to th3
effect that ho will come to Snlom in
Juno with his famous laco Irorso and
all-around slro, Stam D., tho champion
son of tho great trotting and show
king, Stamboul. This strain of horaos
coming to Oregon will do much townrd
bringing tho breeding of flno animals
up to a high position, nnd the pros
enco at tho fair grounds of this fine
horso for tho coming season, will
doubtlosB attract Uio horsemen of the
stato to this placo.
I J 903
Horeafter to placo our accounts 3
for collection with H
Van Alstlne, Gordon A Co, Q
Phnnf, Main ftrtl
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A. R. Morgan A Co., Mors.
A Mixed Account.
Helenn, Mont., Doc. 30. Tho Twin
City limited, on the Northorn Pacific,
enstbound, has hoen wrookod noar
Troy, Mont One roport says lC-'wore
killed, and another says that only a
few passengers woro hurt.
America May Join In.
f rlln. Dec. 30. The Loka! An
xeiger says the declaration of war by
Japan will result In endless complica
tions, and Knglnnd. Krnnce and Amer
ica, having extensive "nterents In the
far Bast will probably u drawn Into
i i fi
I Happy New Year
In nil mil nlrl nml nmi, niiDlAn.n'.. 4 . i!
.... ... ,.. ...... MU uuovuuiwiq, m jiruauuuvo OUCH WO
will eay (hat wo will eontiuuo our reputatiou for low prices, jjj
good goods, and good work. If during tho goraiug year you J
nro in neod of any thiug in our Hup or neod work done, you J
will fiud it to your advantage to consult us first. Remember
wo aro tho pioneer opticians.
No nn Knlerprlklnic Tuiru.
A curtnin town near New York could
coll SOO building sltos to New Yorkers
and add thousands of dollars to Its tax
roll if It would spend a few thousand
dollars for n good sowerago system
This It refuses to do on account of the
cost, though It is losing $3 whew il
saves $1. When men become mos
grown, they no longer have njr V"l
ness In-public life.
F. A. Wiggins'
255-257 tlberty St.
Farm Machinery, Bicycles, Automo
biles, Sewing Machines and Supplies.
N. H. DURLEY,
Sowing Machino Ropnlring.
Girl Who wns that distinguished
looking foreigner that was announced
Just now? I didn't quite catoh the tl
Other Girl-You wou't olther. Lll BuN
lion 1ms made a catch of that Chicago
Beginning Monday, January 4,
1904, I will sell my entire stock of
groceries at Cost, I have as fine a
line of canned, goods In any store
In town. Call early and take ad
vantage of this opportunity.
IRV H. TOWNE,
Corner Capital and Union Sts.
1 2-30-2 w
J 904 1
May good luck, good health and great prosper-
: : Ity attend yoc through all of Nineteen Hundred and : :
' Four. I thanfc you heartily earnestly for your many ' '
; : kindnesses daring the just ended year and only hope ; ;
j j that I shall merit a continuance of yoor sincerely ap- : :
; ; preciated favors and esteem with every good wish for
:; a Happy New Year.
I ItIsic and Seeing Machine Dealer 1
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Glias H Hinges,
Jeweler and Optician, 88 State Street.
If flMtHMMMWatKHItfrHB WK4HMMBll3
The Url Ilo Cottld Do.
Wigg IWore they wore married he
said bo would be wilting to die for her.
Wag; Woll, he has partially procd
it. At any rate, ho doesn't tseom able
to earn a living for her. Philadelphia
4muk urar Ulrls,
The Klrst When he proposed to me,
lie acted like a regular Idiot.
Tho Second Well, my dear, yon
must romoinber that he was doing
something Idiotic Smart Set.
SMftlnir the Illntue.
Knox-Why do you always p'ut "dic
tated" at the bottom of your letters?
You have no stenographer.
Knlx Well, you see. Via a Tory portr
ipeller. Bostou Iierald.
For Sale. Threo thorouhgbred Poland
China boar pigs, ready for service.
Apply to K. A. Clark, five blocks
oast of Lincoln school, Ploasont
Home addition. 12-30-3t
For 8ale. Qontlo driving nag; price
$20. On Chapman place, Gordon
CLEARING SALE CONTINUED
Only thre edays more left of tho Clearing Sale; on Saturday
night it will be all off. Avail youriolf of this groat opportunity, pvory
article offored is Bold foe loss than manufacturers' cost. We havo to do
it to mako room for our groat oinbroldory salo, which will be announcod
Dr. Harrison Scovetl. Suggestive
thorapeutica. Osteopathy. Nervous
and functional diseases. Rooms i,
6 and 6, D'Aroy building. Phone
2855 Main, l-l-lm
For Rent A five-room cottage. In
quire of IL S. Jory, noar the brick
storo, South, Salem. 12-29-3t
Found Near Rosedale, a ladles hand
bag, ooatalnlng somo money. Own
er can have same by calling on A.
M. BUnston, Itouto 4, and proving
125 English Broadcloth, 56 inches
wide, correct goods for Bults, sale
prlco, yard 69c.
Bost standard calico, yard, 4c.
65c Coslfmores, all shades, 40
Inchos, beautiful quality, salo
price, yard 39c
40-Inch Heavy Serges, all colors,
45c quality; clearing salo price,
Sans Silk, all colors, 2c.
76c volvoteens, silk finish, all
Bhadoa, beautiful goods for waists,
clearanco price, yard 48c.
Children's 10c fast black stock
clearing price, pair 6c.
45c Blfachod Table Damask, 64
inches wide, pretty floral patterns,
clearing prlco, yard 25c.
Children's 20c heavy fleeced un
derwear, brolton sizes, clearing
75c Doublo Blankot3, with pret
ty borders, good and heavy, clear
ing prlco 48a
25c Wool Fascinators, different
stylos, clearing prlco 10c.
Mon's 45c Derby Ribbed Under
woar, flooco lined, clearing sale,
7c Outing flannel, good quality
clearing price, yard 5c.
Bargains in evory department
The Cheapest Store in the Northwast
M'Evoy Brofters,Court St.Salem
Court Street, Salem.