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JtfWfW VM Ww. 1 iti ..ri- r SPRING MtfBT W ftfd iltUrirtliiod fit to mtmti, Mid r iio oflerftig theirt extremoly low, SEE OUR SHOW WINDOWS. HrTtiO OlPtti. Elegant Ladles' Gold Watch and Jktlful eet of Mire who glve wy September Int. Our Shoe stock is still oing at cost, All now goods nod good quality. THE PALACE 307 Commercial Street. - IF - ' rfC4Btc?tilldormAken7 Hod of UaereVt, (All Ofl tB BBOrsifHea ior Miiltrlrl W cowplet tock, nd r faeey to Mwlr any prepare ooalraet, sewer irer k, fiB, et, Salem Improvement Co. A ONE CENT DAILY. Tfce Grtwiie Live Newspaper of OrPfioa. ONLY 25 CENTS A MONTH Bf MAIL Hie Capital JowHal ike First Ono teat Daily in OregOH. Thk Journal la able to announce tbe eetabltabment of a one cent dally edition by mall. At this price every body eaa aflord to take a dally news paper. The orlce of The Daily Capital Journal is reduced to our dally mall eabecribera from 60 cents a month to 25 Mtita a month, nrepald by mall. At tble price we give no book premiums. Tbe price of tbe Daily Journal by earlier will remain tbe same, 60 cti. a aoutfa, with 25 cent coupon book pre mium!. Pereona wishing to be trans ferred from tbe carrier list to tho mail liat can make tbe arrangement at this effloe and waive all claim to the coupon book uremium. This ia a bard times offer and Is strictly for cash In advance. Glkvxland Coming. It Is stated that President Clevelaud contemplates trip to the Pacific coast next year. He told friend that be wanted to see this eeuntry and would probably go soon after tbe adjournment of congress next mar. He will pass through Oregon If Governor Penuoyerdoea not quarantine tbe ntate against blm.The president said tbe eoaet was a part of the United States be bad never visited, and he was anxtoaa to see It. If Clevelaud comes to Oregea be will receive a warm welcome Mraoaally aud as president. Political eeJBtoae would be cast to the winds aad people without respect to party would threw open wide tho gates of Webfbot hospitality. FUWT COMMKNOEMENT. The Poly teehnle InUtltute at Salem closes Its Ant year's work this week. The year baa been a successful ono and valuable werk baa been accomplished. There wilt be no graduate from the poly tech- ale department. Following Is tbe pro- tram. Educational sermon by Presl- Seal Bdwla Morrleou at the Friendi ebureh Bunday morning at 10:30 o'clock. Literary exhibition by students Tues day eveulog. Commencement exer toea of tbe grammar school class and addnas te the class by Dr. II. D. Mlu tbara Wednesday eveniug. All are lavited te attend theeo exurclsea. '- CLOaiNQ AOKEKMKNT. All of the 4ry foods stores of Salem have entered tolw aa agreement to close their places erf hastens at 8 o'clock each evening dwHWg tbe week exeept Saturday, com aasaHag this eveulBg, the time to be fovaffted by the town clock. This la a Move 1 the right direction aad It Is hoped for tbe beaett of tbe clerks aud sjirehnate that It will be a aucoese, I. m Immam War Vktbkanb. The In. dtaa war vetetttM of the North Paolflo i will beM their annual meeting lu i, Friday, Jaae ltb, at tbe O. A. JLkeli. Tbe day aeaaloa will be de Wod tha elsetlon of eJBeera and etb f baeUeae aertalaiag te tbe orajaalsa Mm. Ia Um avamiac tbe aeeeUaw will baaMaUtbe MtW4, T. ji, Waitaad fawAU awVasU Wsfktt ajAsjaKvabJaai IT fsa la"J" PWsswaaaBWf JfcWftUY Mwmc A iataw wwte WaaasU awtapUaoby anaalal "jj11 1' n'jjgjiiL fj'. -!--: T - tryfi - JACKETS ao carry any JaokeU over to next DRY GOODS AND SHOE COMPANY, TOE STRAWBERRY FAIR. Set Far Next Friday aid Satur day, Jaae 16-17. LIBERAL CASH PRIZES OFFERED. Hose Show and Berry Fair Open to all ETerybody Come. The committee on strawberry pre miums to be awarded at the Rose and Straw berrv show at the armory next Friday aud Saturday met this morniug and tho following premluma are of. fered: OASH BTRAWBEIIRY PRIZES. 1st. 2d. I. Plate largest berries.. fl.00 .60 I T. Plntn bent berrlra. a weeo- stakes - 1.00 .60 III. Plate Orecon Everbear- Idk. r 1.00 .60 IV. Special by Oregon Fruit and Produce Co., Best 24 box crate shipping berry.. 6.00 V. Best Ave new varieties, other than Wilson, Sharp less. Mammoth. Jessie. Ju- cundaor Everbeariug 1.00 .60 VI. Bent peck canulng ber ries, by Jos. M. Kyle, lessee Kulem caunery 6.00 VII. Latest and best dls nlttv varieties bv elates not leas than ten 2.60 1.60 RULES. All tbe exhibits except lu class IV and VI. are to bo the property of the Ladles Florlcultural Society and will be sold to pay expenses of the fair. In claw IV and VI the exhibit taking the prize rocs to the party oflerlng the same. A. I. Wagner, H. S. Otic and James M. Kyle were appointed committee to award tbe strawberry prizes. All exhibits unless otherwise delgna ted to be on platen furnished by tbe so ciety. Entries to bo made at the armory Friday at 0 a. m. and closo Fri day at 2 p. m. All berry growers are urged to assist In this exhibit. A. I. Wagner, E. M. Walto and V. B. Moore, committee on strawberry show. Hop Itku. Tho Buttevillcr Hop Growers' Association met Saturday, for the purpose of discussing the situation and get bids for supplies. Among other business, it was decided that members should uso the railroad lant em and that It should be suspended by obain and pulley, thus materially les sening tho danger of tire. It was de cided that Quosalu Is the best wash for hops. The outlook for a good crop Is said to be excellent. Fourth op July. The committee will finish Its work of soliciting fuuds tomorrow, and on Wednesday tho pro gram and geuera.1 arrangements will be made public It will be a hummer, aud all who come to Salem will have a grand good time, ii i aa Best Prices. They are unt always the lowest but they are always the best Price's fruit flavors and extracts. It la on these good tho greatest fraud aud adulteration Is practiced. Nono perfect but Price's at Van Eaton's grocery. Thk CAPITA! It cauuot be re movedthe impression that you get more good clean grub to tbe square inch for a cent at the Capital City Lunch counter, Adolph block, than anywhere lu Oregon. dw Over a Million Strawberry boxes have been received at Salem for grow ers so far. Monday morniug opened up with tine Urgo Sharpies berries 3 to 6 luchea In clrcumfreuce selling at 0J eta a box 4 boxes for 36 eta. We Can Prove Up. We wast to prove to one thousand families that we are tbe people' groeers. 8traw berries biggest, butter getdetxat, ehieeetootb aecneet, aud service eoaipleteet of any hewee a tbe PaeJflo coast. Clark 4 Deapeadeney, eaueed by adkaeed liver, caa be avoided by laklutrMui- jttoae Liver Regulator. jiyjtflM OAJWAfc "''"" IILUMM r r - -" - IkKSCtJiHirtiile 8riHn By I'rwl' MR ANNUAL COMMENCEMENT, Frofcriim of 1-ixcrclws ifeck ol the Week. y JIHHll, 100 a.m. The trustees, facuttle, alumni, atid student nf the University awmbled In the lecture room of the First M. K. nil u rcli, and marched In a body to the neabi reserved for them la tho auditor Hum The oxercloen opened with the Lord's prayer, followed by singing "Oh for a Faith that will not Shrink." After the readina respoiielvely of Poalm 8, Rev. I. D. Driver, D. 1)., of- fered up a powerful prayer In behalf of tbe Interests of mankind. The anthem 'Beautiful are Thy Towers," was well sung, Rev. V. it. neiicrmau reau as the morning lesson Hebrews xl chap ter. In making tbe announcement the pastor spoke earnestly on behalf of tbe University and the Interest tbat should be manifested towards It during commencement week. Tbe vocal solo by Prof. M. G. Scrlber was sweetly sung. Pros. Geo. Whltaker, A. M., D. D., then announced his text from 1 John, ohap. V, verse 4, "And this Is the vic tory that overcomes the world, even our faith." Llfu Is a series of antago nisms tbe "world" has endeavored to dethrone God. Law Is a method of working, of somebody's working, of tbe working of tbe ultimate- cause. Mhu must stand for the "world" is aggress ive against all truth. After these lead ing Ideas tbe speaker began a powerful discussion of the leading moral, educa tional and political questions of today. The hope of humanity lies in the intel ligence and consecrated action of Chris tian men and women. Tbe Christian is tbe strongest kind of character and the clearest kind of Intelligence. Faith Is tbe ascent of man's powers to the un derstandlOK of the communications of God. He then addressed, Insignificant words, the law, music, elocution, nor mal, classics and academy graduates. Tbe sermon was able and incisive and by Its eloquence made a profound im pression. Its argument aud influence will do the cause of higher education In Salem lasting good, and no sketch can do it Justice. Rev. J. T. Abbott, of Albany, one of the conference visitors of tbe Univer sity, read the closing hymn, "My Soul Bo on Thy Guard." The Unlvere'ty sermon was delivered by I. D. Driver, D. D., one of tbe most famous of Oregon divines, at 8 p m Dr. Wbitaker Introduced the service of the evening by reading the hymn, "Tbe HeaveuB Declare Thy Glory, Lord." Tho 19th Pslam, "Tho Heav ens Declare tbe Glory of God" was read responslvely. Rev. Kellerman then uttered a fervent and earnest prayer, after which tbe choir sang a Joyful an them moat excellently. The evening lesson was read from Phllliplans 2, 1 11. Mre. McDowell sang a beautiful solo, "Harlt, the Eveniug Bells." Dr. Driver then announced his text from Phllllplau 2, 0-0. These verses contain mysteries, but no mental food Is given In the universe except through mystery. All nations, whose religion has beeu mysterious, have been progressive. The speaker then discussed tbe nations to show tbat outaido the Influeuoe of Christianity no progra had been made for centuries. When mystery ceases, progress ceases. Thon followed tho discussion of the sub- Ject,tho revelation of the mysteries of God to man, In the Trinity, In ihe Futhorhood of God and In the creation by God through Jesus Christ. With Impressive power, careful logic aud wealth of Illustration he established, the truth of the propositions. Those, who have heard Dr. Driver, can appre ciate the grandeur and masslveuess of thought and no outlines would do the sermon any Justice. The closing hymn "A Charge To Keep Havel" was sung, aud the audience dismissed with bene diction. A Pair op Beauties. Geo. Hoeye aud Jo. Fishburu have euchjiibt re ceived an "Old Hickory" bicycle, with wooden wheels, all but the tire. They are about tbe same weight as any other wheel, but present a moro sulstautlal appearance. Gooseberries for canning at Branson . Co.'s. DPRICE'S mnx. Tbe ealy Pare Cream ef Tartar Fewder. No Ammonia; Ne Akau Um4 im Millitxu tf Hoam- -40 Vr tin &u4ul JOtJMAfc, MOttM, mvtw "mmm iKtitt tmm Haw ok ntntnn. Mt. fthftW'a PefftOMAl Add ?flVat Offfati to Mte front once More Tllfl JotMNAiVs attack upon W. A Mliiw tiriM mil iiMrt Hh own conduct! Tlix IJemtxifAt U lint Mt, Hliaw's (' torfiey and Iim nothing Io flfaoi We have liivHtlxated II lalwl rtiflrge airitliiftt Mr. Hhsw and find It trt falte ami tMtt liin. tU nil If Ml It (loe4 tlOt (ell Hie whole truth, as (bat would be fvitilrurv Ut Ha tifitiplnlftt. The Mule meiit llial Mr. Jwepli retained the K0 paid her by Shnw Is falw. The (ruth Is Hint die not only returned all the money tmld on the land, but aluo repays Mr, Shaw for his Improvements, aniouut to about $460. The article wsc probably published lor It poMlMefflecl In standing oft a libel suit flgalnat the editors of tho JoURNAL.-.-Baletii Dem. ocrat, It Is about time for the papers that have championed Mr. Shaw out of love for bis dollars and his purso and noble character to tako a reef In their sails, and quit talking about other peoples' conduct. The Democrat should publish the news of record about their angel of purity and innocence. He cannot have paid them to keep silence again. The Democrat got $24 before. All tbat The Journal printed Sat urday is on file In the circuit court, and ten times more. In place of calling The Journal a liar why don't you print the news? Why don't you tell the truth to your readers for the protection of tho public? Why withhold tbe facts? Without cause you sell their columns to attack a business rival and competi tor. Now that you are not bribed to defend Mr, Shaw any longer or to keep silent, why don't you give your read tbe news about a matter of public rec ord, tbe papers being on file in the court, and tbe case settled by your friend Bbaw giving up the property he tried to swindle a widow out ol on a contract tho like of which was never beard of before? Print the news, tell tbe truth, or re tire as a newspaper. You made Mr. Shaw conspicuous. You owe It to common decency to protect the widow and the orphans. WILL BEGIN WORK WEDNESDAY The Salem Canning Company Beady to Begin Operations. Manager Kyle says the Salem Fruit cannery will be ready to begin work on strawerrles Wednesday. This will em ploy from fifty to one hundred bands. A good bard tart red berry Is what Is wanted. The Wilson, Jessie and many other varieties are sqitable. Large soft, pale, tasteless fruit Is worthless for can ning. All tbe berries within five or ten miles of Salem will be handled at a fair price. Growers should be prepared to deliver In good shape. Of Course. "Its a poor rule that won't work both ways. The county Judge should compel tbe sheriff to visit all tbe newspaper offices In town when ever he has an advertisement to publish or a Job of printing to give out." The Democrat. Of course, and pay tbe Democrat (48, for publishing In lta weekly what the Journal and Statesman Inserted In their dally and weekly since years for (12. That was clearly a fraud on the people to charge them four times as much for half the service. But that Is the way with these reformers. Return Today. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Wuite will return this evening from their visit to tho world's fair. Girls Wanted. 75 girls wanted by J as. Kyle, at the cannery. i Probate. Final account was ren dered In estate of Del lab Grler this morulng and approved by Judge Hub bard. Hair Work. Mrs. W. D. Pettenglll who lives on the motor line lu Yew Park annex, does fine work In human hair, such as chains, Jewelry ornaments etc., aud also teaches the art. Notice Laird, Sohober A Mitchell's line shoes for f 3. 16, samo quality aa oth er partlee offer for (4.00. Special at the Palace. If you waut a soiled suit of clothes made as good as new have E. Sboettle, the State street tailor clean and repair It. Fine lino of Children's Oxfords, Phil- adelpbla toe some thing new 25 per cent below standard price, The Palace. Take Simmons Liver Regulator after your oinner. it prevents dyspepsia and Indigestion. tftifJA 1M i 'W U,,g'BJ!!!JM""1 gij.jlfUW I1MWW' nrnntK C0TT0LENE1 Wfe4ift ejttte the new hortcnlng--g JZTtaklng tho place of Urdf eg or cooking butter, or ' JTboth. Costs less, goes p farther, and Is easily Sdbjested by anyone. say B-. AT ALL GROCERS. Urn All SatJSlltalM. Sja- Mdonlyby - Trl.K, FAIRBANKS CO., Z w ST. LOUIS anal t CHICAGO, NEW YORK. -P Albany Excursion. A small crowd went up on the Hoag yesterday but the steamer was crowded at Inde pendence. It rained most of the day and tbe gamo of baseball was not wit nessed by a large crowd at Albany. The boat returned at 0 p. m. There were no accidents. Wbv suffer with sick headache and bllllousness when Simmons Liver Reg ulator will cure you. Buy fruit Jars of Branson & Co., thus saving money and get the best. Rich golden Jersey milk is being sup plied by tbe dairy or ii. J. unarpe. Don't forget the great 20 days' shoe rate at the Columbia shoe store, 118 State streat. If vou want a eood pair of shoes of good quality cheap, go to the New York Racket, 1 The Sweetest And most perfect strawberries in this market, received dally from Southern Oregon, at John G. Wright's Pioneer store. Tbose reduced prices at the Columbia Shoe Store, 118 8tate street, are making heavy sales at tbat store. Physicians prescribe TUTT'P PILLS TO THE FLOWER SHOW That's Where he'i QolDg-. Thereat of the people are going to tbe most perfectly equipped 1JOOK AND 4TATIONKKY HOUSE IN OUKGON. In thtve Use. you want what 1 new nly. The new things are always found at Patton Bros., Booksellwe and Stationers, OS STATE STREET. MKW AJJVKKTI8KMKNT3. HORSE TRALNING. Have had 18 year experience training fer track or carriage. Termi reasonable ("an bo found at Wetaoott' liable, or addreu Halem. o-o-im JAMtVI KIU, T OST. A black Watenpanlel pup, whlto 1 J feet. Had collar on. Return to Perry n nil. adu u. rowaiura, o J34H WANTED. 3 or 3 room furnished for housekeeping; noar Court and High preferred. Man and wife, no children. Ad- u.vwa n. ... AJ. UHV .UUJt-AI. O-UdL" -VKDUulneu Ol'ruKTUNlTY.-Owlngto T poor health the undenilgnea will trade uu uuuuws auu lacioty tor real raiate on rea tonable term. . K. HKOER, 6-am Depot Saih and Door Factory, natem. f OST.-Roaa hone, ten year old. ihod let JU ter-ll" n lert Mioulder. Welhi 11A0. hut neen Thursday uear Ut Riches place U mlleaeattortMera. Return UiC,T.TUuronn, Knglewood, Balem. VJB CX)K HALK. A very nicely located lot. with r ho im, on Hill street south ol Willamette university Kor terms and particulars, plea Inqutroattblaomc, fr&lm T El. I' WAN rtn.-AronU paid a good com XJ. mission, aud feue dividend among ibera nut winter. 8p-clal attractions o bo pushed this yrar for nlch we want the ser Vice of btst agents eryw ere. TltKrM IITIH , Itlll.lMlIIMn nn Room Ubronlole llblld ng, Baa ranclsoo. milla I'ArER U kept on meat K. a Dase's 1 AdTerUstBgAgeney. 61 and 66 Merchants Exchange. San Frauds, o, CalilbniLa, wbers eostrao'a fer advertltlng caa b made lor lu CUKlTIAN KJIKNUB-Uteratura ktods on tale at DM Uberiy street. or aU 4-5-ly TrKNTIUNUMti B-itstsa-old limi and ll kin J. ... -.J.tlT' blABIIV tisl ft. m vsa bloaa, at oM Court Uoase, Malesa. i JlW mmmmimmH n c ii ," l ?. AS Abut as knowing as a Sphinx tft A great many who arc Proptasyl.g Tiiatwe Are on the eve of r great corn' inerclflf (llofliler. No trouble at the WOOLKN MIUU BTOHK because tliey Afe sdllng good honest Home Mad? Goods At lower price than ever, lie sure to see them before buying. SALEM, KIWIL MIIvLINKRY Per Cent less tk Wholesale Prices Have Just returned from San Francisco where I bought large in voices of fine Millinery Novelties for June and July trade at less than 60 per cent, on regular prices. We shall give the Ladles of Balem and surrounding country some very low prices for the next Sixty days. PLEASE KEEP YOUR EYE ON THESE COLUMNS FOR THE NEXT SIXTY DAYS FOR SUMMER PRICES. Our Spring Stock is All Sold, WE ARE NOT OVERSTOCKED. WE CARRY NO GOODS OVER. WE ARE CONTINUALLY RECEIV ING NEW GOODS. We Have the Largest Milli nery Business in Oregon. WE ARE HERE TO STAY. Our Business. MILLINERY BUSINESS. MRS. S. G. REED, SALEM, - - - OREGON., 265 Commercial Street. Millinery Salt Ladlea' wide brim, black bats worth Cb Wren's black and navy trimmed baU Lh Wren's black straw beta worth Children's fine trimmed bate wortb . unuren-s noe trimmed bats worth .. . im forfl 00 FLOWERS AND RIBBONS AND WREATHS a6 per eeat. ebeaper tbaa yen ever beeght tbeta. ArVILLIS BROTHERS & CO. OPHRAHODSKCJORNKR, - - - - iALMI, OVKQOX, AyeaUferlLAO. Coresto Bast In Use worM, . .jm w 'umimmi i aiii.m IS 1 OREGON, 60c for ft .. 76e for ..11 a fer aso 36o 60e 76o mm. 'InaoAll i hnSHrl H n