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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, .1010.
ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE COMES TO AN END TOMOR
ROW NIGHT AT 9 O'CLOCK. PLAN TO COME EARLY.
Old and Young
Baby to Grandma
Price 20 Cents
Iwluding a 15-cent Pattern Abiolutely Free
INCLUDING A 15c LADIES' HOME JOUR
NAL PATTERN FREE
By far the best of all the efforts of the Ladles'
Homo Journal pattern people over put Into a
stylo book; 200 pages, with over 1500 Illustra
tions. It Is so big and fat with now things that
Uncle Sam requires 13 cents postage for mailing.
We're proud of it, and .also the patterns we're sell
ing, because they give so much satisfaction and
such littlo effort for the homo dressmaker and
seamstress to duplicate the work of tho best
modistes. On one pago alone will be found an
Shippers Prefer to Let Fruit
Rot Than to Pay High
article entitled "Free Lessons in Dressmaking," which is worth tho price of tho book, and then 'we're
(fglvlng you all tho rest of the useful pages freo besides a pattern. You are paying three times as much for
"other magazines that are worth less because less practical, and when you buy tho Quarterly Style Book
for 20c you aro getting your selection of any 15c pattern free, and may select at tho time of purchase or
rlator. (PATTERN SECTION )
Fair 'tonight and Saturday; colder
Cottage Undertaking Parlors
Cottage' and Chomokotn ,Sts. Calls
day or night. J. C. Sill. Phone 724.
The Spauiding Logging Co,
Wood for immediate deliv
ery, . Phone 86 1r27-3t
Roosters A'JI,I Hold Social
Thoro will bo a boo'sfer meeting
and socio,; with refreshments, at the
Snlom Holghtfi school houso Saturday
evening. Tho neighborhood general
ly is Invltod,
Are cordially requested to phone
any item of Interest, Buoh as a per
Boual about a friend or yourself, to
The Journal, Main 82. No item too
To Attend Fiinural
F. P. Talkington, the Salem capl
tallstj wont to Rosoburg Wodnesday
night to attond tho funeral of his old
frlond, Frank Strickland. Mr.
Strickland vlsitod In Salem only hist
Will Resldo In Salem
Mr. and Airs. Ed. LaFoiintnin, of
Pullman, Wash., arrived last night to
mnko their futuro homo In- Salom,
They aro tho parents of Mrs. Frank
Cone to Gold Creek
Hugh Frooland, of this oity, ami
II. T. Cummins, or Portland, loft last
night for tho rich strike that JmH
boon mada In tho Elootrio mine in tho
Cold Crook district.
May Boost Snlom
Frod Wntly. of Fostor, Linn coun
ty, was in Snlom Wednesday to look
at some of his property on Nob Hill,
whoru 1)0 mndo a good buy soma. tljno
agp. llo U mnklng plans to jiut, up
Honjo homoe out thoro.
NoV .Shorthand Clah.s
A now class In shorthand noxt
Monday, January 31, tho Capital
BiuHmuHfi Coll&go. If intorosted In a
HtaAugmphlo courso now Is a good
tint?! to begin. For particular infor
mation call at tho collogo or phono
Main USS. 1-2G-it
Tho Best Steak
That can bo had,
426 State St.
West Salens Transfer
Connects with nil trains at
Woat Salom for Dallas, Falls
CAtv and Salom.
" lieavo Journal offlro for
;sVot Salom nt, 8 u. m.,
a2rn i:10 1). and ;30 r.
lfin:fovbr? day (ixaopt gunday,
Also' for Indopedjmco Moti
mjnut hand McMlnuYille.
Loavo Sunday nt 12:00 m.
ami 4:15 p. m.
Callst Rt hotolB on request.
Talephon or Imvo orders at
Capital Journal oHtce any day
but Sunday. Phone 82.
J, R. Underwood, Mgr,
Dr. B. H. Wliltc, Osteopath
Treats acute and chronic diseases.
Nervous diseases a specialty. Lady
attendant. 500 U. S. National Bank
Would Yon Pass Up
Such an opportunity, when you can
buy rugs at wholesalo prices. Tho
reason wo aro selling these, wo are
overstocked. Don't forget this op
portunity. L. U. Josse, Court street.
Why Not Take Advantage
Of tho great sale while It lasts?
Others do, why not you? If you do
not need it now It will pay you to
buy it at our salo price and lay it
away until you need It. You can't
mnko money ensler, L, U. Josse,
Basket Ball Tonight
Salom High School , vs. Albany
High School nt tho Y. M. C. A. at
8 o'clock. There will bo a prollm
innry game botwoon tho Junior nnd
Frfrshmcn classes. Admission 25
Bass Out of Jail
Bud Bass, tho young man who
was sentenced to llvo days in tho
Marlon county pall by Juatlco of tho
Peace Sponeor, of Gates, Ore., for as
saulting a Gates citizen iccontly,
was turned looso by Sheriff Mlnto
today, Bnss having sorvod out his
sontonco. Tho sun shlno looked very
agroeablo to Bass nnd ho wont his
way nono tho worse after being con
lined nearly a wook.
Adjourns Court Till Wednesday
A Hor listening to n fow motions
and signing a fow ordors Judgo Gal
loway today ndjournod court until
next Weduusday, and left for bin
home at MoMInnvlilo. Ho will re
turn In t Imo to take up for consider
ntlon a onso which has boon sot for
trial on that day nnd lrom then on
will be occupied with the trial of
eftijt until tho torih In concluded.
Llvoryumn Hurts Hand
13. IS. Gilliam, th liveryman who
has a barn on wast ChomokeM
stroot, sustained a painful Injury "to
his right hand ysetorday from a
guard on n bridle bftiug forced
through theniambar. Mr. GllHum
was uuhurnefuslng u hors, when the
nnlnial suddenly lungqri Its hed up
ward, thu guard oatohlng Glllinm
below thtf lobo of the thumb nnd
nenot rating oomplotely through. The
Injured man sought the aid of c.
physician nnd tho lnjurod hand, is
much bettor this morning.
Dor Doutioho Voroin von Salom 1st
hlurmlt olugoladon dlo seohsto
MnBkerado von dom DoutsaUen Voreln
von Orogon City nm SOtoji, Snmstag,
mluureleren. Dae CammlUaa.
For the broatu, For' Bale at:
Myer's barlior shop.
Waters' cigar store.
Adolph'a cigar store.
The Council. t t
The Court '
Gllson's barber shop
Qllson's cigar store
Gllson's baths open all day Sunday
Great Bargains in Furniture
And carpets. At nearly your own
price for a few weeks. L. U. Josse,
If Yon Wont tho Best
In the lino of groceries, go to J, M.
Lawrence. Phono 311. Prompt de
liveries. Prof. Chos. E. Blodgctt
Of New York, the celebrated bil
liard and pool player, will give an
exhibition tonight at Dad Geler's
It promises to be mo3t
Portland, Ore., Jan. 28. Francis
Heney is drawing tho looso end J
of his testimony together in the
prosecution of tho BInger-Hermann
case today and promises that ho i
will have closed his case by tho mid
dle of tho afternoon. Ho has now
concluded with tho exception of tho
testimony of Smith, tho former sec
retary of Ballinger.
Clearance Sale Still On
Nine by twelve Axmlnster rugs
are still selling at $1S.50. The reg
ular price on these rugs is $25. Now
is your time to get rugs at cost. L.
U. Josse, Court street.
W. W. Todd Is Wanted
Extradition papers for the return
of W. W. Todd, of Wollston, N. D
aro being contested today before
Governor Benson. Deputy Sheriff E.
B. Olseu is tho special agent appoint
ed by tho North Dakota authorities
to return. Todd. Todd is wanted on
tho charge of obtaining money under
false pretenses.' United States Attor
ney McCourt is appearing In behalf
of tho state.
Will Give Reception
Mrs. R. J. Hondrlcks, of this city,
will give a reception tomorrow af
ternoon at her homo In honor of
Mrs. J, A. Morrison, of Seattle. Mrs.
Morrison Is n former Salom resident
nnd has ninny friends here.
KILLS Til BEE PERSONS
Ralolgh, N. C, Jan. 28. Throo
men woro klliod nnd a numbor seri
ously lnjurod today in an explosion of
and magniflcout power house nt Sil
dynamite, which destroyed tho now
vox City, N. C.
The explosion completely demol
ished tho $100,00 edlilco and caused
much dnmage throughout the town.
From tho Btatomont of survivors, it
appears that Omar Conloy nnd Bar
rett Banks, momborH of prominout
families, were thawing dynnmlto
which they Inttmdod to use on a
Conloy and Banks woro both
blown to atoms.
GOT ANY PIGS?
GOT ANY VEAL?
If tliey'rQ fat nnd good sond
them, to Smith. Ho wants thorn
nil. Smith novor charge; com
mission nor drnyago. Hvorythln
weighed ns soon as It nrrlvoe. He
will pay m follows;
Froth ranoh eggs market
Dressed veal, up to 130 lbs.,
largo veal loss.
Dressed pork, any sUo, 11c.
Live hens, lfio.
Drosed honH. 17c.
Live duoks, 18c.
Dressed geese. ISe.
Dnsseed turkeys, 2 Go.
FItANK Ti. 8MlTn MKAT CO.,
"Flghtlufc tho Beof Trust,"
Chicago, Jan. 2S. It was learned
today that one of the first matters
to bo investigated by tho grand Jury
in connection with thio "beef trust
will bo tho refrigerator car line mo
nopoly, which the packers, it is al
leged, now maintain. United States
District Attorney Sims, it is said,
already has in his possession evi
denco tending to show that the Cali
fornia fruit growers chose to lot
their fruit rot in certain instances,
rather than to pay the high charges
for Icing refrigerator cars during
It is understood that this phase
has been carefully investigated in
advance, and that it will be brought
forward as one of the most definite
and apparent features of tho alleged
monopolistic methods of tho packers
It is charged that by the absolute
control of' the refrigerator car lines
which must bo used in the successful
shipment of meats and other perish
able foodstuffs, the trust has been
ablo to control the movement of
It is also expected that the gov
ernment will attempt to show that
tho trust through the leasing and
allaged manipulation of the refriger
ator cars has obtained preferment
of various kinds, amounting in some
instances, it is alleged, practically to
Holding Session Today.
Tho State Board of Agriculture
aro in session today at tho state
house and all but J. H. Booth, of
Eugene, are present. Tho meeting
was called to order at 2 o'clock this
afternoon and the consideration of
bills was tho first business to be
taken up. Professor McElroy and
Professor Stoudenmier werte in at
tendance including Sam Casto, tho
G. W. Johnson Co. are making
improvements In their store. They
are putting In shelving In tho center
of tho front of the store, for their
shoo department. This was neces
sary to mako room for tho new
spring goods now arriving.
Investigating Steamship Lines.
Chicago, Jan. 28. Tho federal
grand Jury today dropped their Inves
tigation of tho packers long enough
to Investigate tho charges that cer
tain big steamship lines aro combina
tions in restraint of trade.
Tho charges were filed by small
ship owners, and among the compan
ies attacked by thorn aro the Hamburg-American
lino, tho White Star
Lino nnd tho Cunnrd Line.
5(c rffi 55 j J J jC jc Jc 55 ) 5jC 5(
Borneo Gllbort, formorly of Eu
gene, has located in tho city and
111 mako It his futuro home. Mr.
Gllbort is just back from n visit to
Fred Lamport wont to Portland
today to nttond tho nuto show.
Tho following Snlom mon will
loftvo this ovonlng for Portlnnd to
wftnlrss tho" grand array of tho
orld's champion nthlotes: Harry
Ralph, Bud Stoutsman, Dick Maddl-
son. Bulger Hill, Charloy Sauvalno.
F. MoDonnld, Frank Ware. Batty
Cooper, Earl Murphy, Cal Emmltt
and Frod G. Bickers.
Mrs. Rogor Buhol roturnod to
thoir homo in this city this morning
ftor spwndlng tho past wook visit
ing Eugono friends nnd relatives.
I Northwestern Nursery f
271 Knst State St.,
Phono Main. 1118.
I Large and complete stock
OptJUItllty IIIUUU Ul lllfcll m
grade winter apples. De- s
mand is large for Lam- z
f bert, Bing and noyal Ann 5
A. B. Walton is In Portland today
Rev. P. S. Knight has returned
from San Francisco where hjo has
been for tho past week. Mrs. Knight
will also return in a short time.
Onited States District Attorney
McCourt Is in tho city today looking
after business matters in the Inter
est of his office.
Fred Chambors, a leading .mer
chant of Eugene, was in the city to
day. He remarked that he noted a
number of good improvements in Sa
Mr. Snodgrass, cashier of the
First National Bank of Eugene, was
in Salem today.
Peter Marnach ,has loft for hisip qTT?..
nome m eastern Oregon. Peter has
been visiting for the past few weeks
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Marnarch, south of tho city, and
with his brothers, Paul and Henry.
Mies Paulino Dale left this morn
ing for Albany to visit her sister
Mrs. R. R. Hopeley, for the remain
der of the week.
Dick J. Lafemnn, of Forrest
Grove, was in the city today attend
ing to business matters and visiting
friends. Mr. Lafeman will leave for
Portland this evening to see Jim
R. O. Patterson left for Portland
this morning to attend business mat
ters nnd visit relatives.
A. u. westcott , was a passenger
on the morning local for Woodburn
Frank Hansen and wifo returned
to their home In this city this morn
ing after spending the . past week
visiting Eugene friends and reia
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meyers aro in
MONEY TO LOAN
TWOS. K. FORD
Over Lndd & Bush Sauk, Salem, Or.
LUTELLUS L. WOODS
Tuning, pollsnlng, repairing. Tel. 608
ii JJC rji 5i 5 ? 3t jf rj ijl
ry rf Y J x 'f if f f "t
FOR SALE New piano won by
Bertha M. Kllnger in Capital
Journal contest. Reason for sell
ing, have another good piano In
house. Will bo sold at a bargain.
Can be seen at 4G7 State street.
Smith & Everett
Real Estate Money Invested
LoaflS ,n Portland Real
Insurance Estate securities
Fire Insurance Society
Frank Meredith, Resident Agent
City HnU, Salem, Or.
Rhode Island Red and
Black Minorca cockerels. Extra
fine. 541 Mill St. Phone 1092.
Eugene Prescott. l-27-3t
LOST A daybook, color brown.
Leave at -Journal office. Reward to
to Under. W. D. Albright.
PUBLIC SALE Feb. 1, ono mile
west of Lincoln, Ore. All house
hold goods, machinery and stoclc
will be sold at public auction.
N. R. McFall. 1-2 8-2 1
70R SALE Several houses In Sa
lem, and farm lands at a bargain.
Capital National Bank. 6-1-eod
FOR SALE Cheap, a 7-room bun
galow house, 7 lots, barn 16x2 i.
Wood shed. Cheap if sold soon.
Inquirio No. 908 North 17th anrl
Baxter, Salem, Ore.
FOR RENT Seven-room house with.
big barn, on corner of Market and
McCoy avenue. For particulars
inquire at 1153 North Capital street.
1-2 8-3 1
TO TRADE First-class organ, ia
good shape, for Jersey cow or
heifers. Phone Farmers 453.
FOR SALE Modern home, Just
completed, ono or two lots, on
High street, between Lincoln and
Washington streets, east front,
six rooms, three closets, bathroom,
pantry and porch. Owner Wm.
Hall, South Commercial and Wash
ington streets. 1-28-tf
LOST One mule-footed hog. Re
ward offered. R. F. D. No. 5, box:
2. Phone Main 632. l-24-5t
I C. P. FORD'S SHOE STYLES I
Are the Most Attractive
Now Shown in Town
Made by the best
Exclusively for us.
has never been. as
complete as it is at
All of the newest
lasts and leathers.
In both button and
It will be a pleas
ure to show you.
Black suede button,
with flexible welted
soles and heels.
$3.5ft, $4.00 and $5.00
"We Keep the Quality Up"
F. D. Bean
H. C. Pugh