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;ve8ix ,". 4( !p THE BA1LY JeUBMAL,- SALEM, RBftQfL MONDAY, DECEMBER 7, 19g3. The "Smoke of Peace." HONOR THEIR DEAD The Cream of the Islands The one cigar you can depend upon being the same in quality whether you smoke one or a thousand. Always 5 cents, and so good the dealer can t afford to cut the price. The Largest Selling Brand of Cigars in the World. Tin Bud H tba Setter's Pretestiea. Memorial Services Held by Salem Elks Sunday DROPSY Do Your Ankles or Limbs Swell? Arc Your Eyes Pulfy? We ore the Solte Agents foe the Onlj Thing Known Tbat Cures the Kidney Diseases Thnt Cause Dropsy, vlz.s Fulton Compounds. An Interesting Ceremony, in Whi.h Uhe Tribute of Affection and Mem ory Was Paid M&gm ! !-4atwlIOgiOr4ltOsjqgOIlJI64)4-04-Vt The Entire Stock We have purchased of Jacob Vogt must be sold at a sacrifice. Come early and jwx jrwui uuiguuwi a P.MANF !! 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T. U. Meeting Postponed. The regular meeting aad roll call of the W. C T. U. has been postponed until December 16th. la order that all the members may hare the privilege, of attending the services ia the Pres byterian church, which are to be heM by Revs. Waltham aad Chapman. MRS. m C. MATHBNT. Pre. L. B unday, Sllvertou. Geer returned from Portland and drove to his home near 1 sZthTs. . I . . E 3 Trans-Conienlal Trains Dailv-3 2 Daily Through Trains to the Beautiful Twin Cities 2 Minneapolis and St. Paul 1 ' Transcontinental Train Daily 1 VIA THE ... Northern Pacific Burlington Route ... To Denver; Lincoln..; Omaha, Neb., St. Joseph Ao ; Kansas City; St. Louis and all points East and Southeast The memorial services at the Grand Opera House yesterday after aooa or Salem Lodge of Mks was the best attended gathering gives by a lodge organisation in this city In year, and the services were the most beautiful and Impressive ever witnessed her. Every seat in the beautiful auditorium was filled, and. scares enough room bad beeea re served to accommodate the members of the order, when they entered the house In a body. The Bites' orchestra mayau uwrs's .funeral march as an opening number, when the lodge en tered. and the seats oa the stage wero occupied br Kxahd Ruler H. H Ollager and his onVers, and John K. Lathrop. orator of the day. Follow ing the beautiful ritualistic work of the order. Secretary II. B. Albert called the roll of the deceased, in memory of whom the services were held, and, as each name was called, a candle, representing the deceased was extinguished, a most beautiful ceremony. After the staging of the ooecina ode. Judge T. L. Davidson offered a prayer, and this was followed by one of the gems of the service, a solo by Salem's sweet singer. Urn Haiti Par-rish-Hlnges. Millard's "Hear Us. Oh. Father." The orchestra rendered Moses' "Hearts and Flowers" with telling ef- It li cow well kaoirn that firepty li set It ttaelf a SteeaM, tost la aeerly alwajs a eysp tea of Msaey diaease tbat aecoBpaoiee tk etemte iltct) Berelofers IsesraMe. Beste ep la tbe sieeorery of toe Fatten GsapeosSa Srvray waa toeeraMe. It 1 sew. hewerer erWe tatearlyatae-tents fall eeea. Iierf la as teleresUac reoerery.te vhleh rtfif j peralnele- Mr Peter Ger&entx of StS Fllhaore ftreet gas FraojUco, beeaa9 ataraUg 7 droj .i- Hr pilciii had Oaallr la tap her errtr '" Say. Him was taitJ searlj tcttj ttme- - l rvw hx- ' iu daj to daj Tae rbf 1 laallr told hrt hsabasd that be had Bn..i OiM-aa of tfc KMdcji. that It vas Id as as raawd etoaalq i'in aad beeed aHcal .J Her heart alao (aTe her the satial Ircubl r 1S9 waa la mk a eria cosdltloa the rslat 1 r teat for They tt her on Fullec a Com pMad It Hired 00 tha stosash. the Sr tMac that a4 Sooo ao let a wrk Tie ae ua tree M Sreprjr decllced a little and the ln praremat raa thoa gradcal till her rcroTer) ks camplete. ThU cue u rxaicUsd tat. br repr-t-attlTM f the San Fraariff f-i" aod thaUTKriaad Mosthlr, a&d th peanlD-i t H theeMaad the recorcry nerefsilj atiulr ia tfc'lr eolwmrr Mr. ThooftiCtaiiffol of rXTfezXr-ttTtcl' i:tt1. Sa Fraaciaeo, was alae awelltB wl Jrepir at tba ralt of chronic kldsej dlieav 10 aore than aeTscty Ore po&da trTcad h eerBil weight, aad bad to be rt-ortd It rft aad wm o!j to dath'a door allhotvb b ha. toor pbralclaa febe wan pot oc the Idle CoepBdj Three wreica tbowed IciprOTesH'C aad ia alz taaaiba the waa well, asd pnsii this ret creeee If jtx bare dropsy don't teraporlie. There I MlT oee thlss ksnwB that will care the rl rel kidser dtftae tbat ia hehicd it aad ibr.t r"ilu;'t CoearMud. The Jiennl Cetupea. r. lu Brucht a and Kldey Diaeaaea, It: for l.tM -!- ILK) John J Faltos Co 4(9 Wacrlrcu itrt. 8an Fraaclseo ante omnpoari'. r Si ferr,4iiraiet. n e axa the ,. attau for Cu Palace Pharmacy, 118 State St. Ss 0JRI3HIN 'ittMIlflfi oUMOERiCSeC 9 1 MAINS TO THE EA8T DAILY, DEPART JOB. Uhioato ftTtlaad JSSOa. as TlaHoaw lzteo Atlas tic K3tpre Mill m TUBOfll larvco "." faoT rMtUaH tXOp. ax. Ti Spokane TIME SCHEDULES rroJB fartlaodAUr, Elt Lake. Daartr. Pt Worth, Omaha. Xi&Kat City. H. LoeU. rhicmro and Xut feaU Worth. ttOll tJ0,B Late, Dearer rt h. Osaka. Iinui CM, St. UiU. fhkaw) iRaav WHU w aLa. Lewltion .(Silcaco, aad Eaat, 70 " nuuKS PORTLAND TO CHICAGO re LtAsxc of Car 70 S. C. STONE, M. D. ,...PR0PRIET0R OF.... STONE'S DRUG STORES SALEM. OREGON. The stores (two 'a number) are k eated at Kc. 235 and 297 Comraercla. street, and tre well stocked with 1 complete line of drugs a&d xaedtciBe toUot articles, perfamery, brashss etc Has bad some 25 years experience U the practice of atdlciae, and uo OCEAft AtD PIVEB SCHEDLLt rros ruruava B Dally eirect Bocday spa Batsrday 'T.ir, MlraiUat datoa lobjx- to etmare For an rraap-on eaa j t li COLUMBIA RtVKR ToAftorla anl Wa; Laalnn a a WILLAMETTE RIVER Steamer Rath leaves Salem fa Portland and way landings on Tue days, Thursdays and Saturdays, about 7 a. m. M. P. BALDWIN, A. L. CRAIO, AgLOJLAN. 8aba. Gen. Pass. Agt, Portland, Or. Your Stepmother Is stiD here, and as busy mahts no charges tor consultation, n feet, the soft musical strains chiming 1 amrsstiea or prescription In well with the soiematty of the oc easion. John . Lathrop. of Portland Lodge No. 14S. selected' to deliver the memorial address, was Introduced by u "uu w' ana Dtt,3r sj Exalted Ruler OMnger. Mr. Lathrop ! eTr' 7nl,l 7ur cloUs "" ,rOT is a finished sneaker, and Booster with " dlrtr. w buttons off Salem audiences, and his magnificent uk thom to . BaJem Dyslag. handling of a subject that Is dlfBcsIt maa 'uuk worgs. Kepainag ana at best for a layman, onlv incrsssed ! rBg; Telvet collars put oe iuiorrou; auo ionr suits a month 101 ! L Called for and returned. MRS. C. H. WALKER. Prop. I US OoQunercial Street Only Direct Line to the Famous Yellowstone ' National Park I ( mfjl J The Old Reliable Pioneer Dining Car Line Excellent Through Car Service ) Your Baggage fcan Be Checked Through to Destination. Union Depot Connections. 6 TRY THE' North Coast Limited' BLECTRIC LIGHTS ELECTRIC FANS The Crack Train Of The Northwest A. D. CHARLTON, Assistant General Puuiger Ace 255 Mowlson St., Cor Third, Portland, Oregon his reputation as a platform orator. In modest terms he stated the objects of the order of BUs and paid a beautiful tribute to the deceased members. At the conclusion of this address th lights were turned off. aad the Elks' memorial tablet oa the stage, bearing the names of th deceased, was II luminated. while an Invisible choir softly Mag. ".S'esrer My God Thee" Miss Bdna Hubbard. Salem's popu lar reader, recited ThanatopsU." in a masterly style that won new laurels Mrs. Hinges again favored the audi dence with a magnificent solo. Whites "Only Trusting." winding up with the popular words of "Auld Lang Syne" A beautiful violin solo, splendidly ren dered by Miss Stag, was followed by the closing ritualistic ceressoaie. aad the closing ode was sung, the audi sew Joining In with th brothers of the order, after which Judge Davidson dismissed the lodge and visitors with the benediction. The decorations and arrangements of the opera house were beautiful in the extreme. On th stage, grouped about the oarers' chairs were the fittings of the lodge room peculiar tc tae order, in th foregraswd of the sUge. whkh was araraged to repre ss! a woodland see a. was th altar. covered with th 9tars and Stripes. on which rested th Holy Mbw. and the emWam of the order, an Blk's head, while th background was oe cupied by the stately mounted elk on or the lodge's trophies, and the ktrg memorial tablet, bearing the names of th deceased members, and the dates of their passing away Pot tad plants were distributed In pro fusion about the stag, makug a most beautiful effect Tastefully decorat ed programs were snstrhVuied by the ushers, and th whess servie partook of th character of a rsHalaun cere mony, aad assay wore th tommmus f.rMe to th KMW order, on of SahMn's most popular ernui rEHflYRBYA ECV . m a?J I -" J? CMicwrrrr-rs CriausH VHat-hgJ mj.4 dl 6mUv Z. A -. T - ' lu tau4i Ot CiflCHEsTKU'S uyaLOia im KCO c.. i m tun mm rw illltollnt ui4 lmJ Sw. r j 9wl. w mt . rrfln. TTt Tilth nUUl. I'tTt lrr .Hll MJk 3titt nn Aifr- S SC Qrut UMKtaMtrtai, t inlM -lluwl m rr !' u far U .- Drt.iL Vmn, 3) kinlx H iln -nq!nunalMV EC IMtM. Ml Mta. CutlMrt. Tiu. n f f u Is frw j rf zs 71M, I a fc W a mw M K. M J" fw M Cam, k(ai Fr. tiJW Bii.rr fctiT" "' twctarta. pa. B Offers a choice oX THREE rsUvsya, KANSAS CTTT. 8T. JOSEPH or OMAHA, to Chicago and poUU Bait Through Standard and Twist sleeping cars dally between Baa Fran cisco and Chicago via Los Aaroltt and El Paso. Through Tourist Sleeper ta TUESDAY from Portland to CbteafS via Salt Lake and Colorado Sprhtgft, Through Standard Sleeptag Osft dally between Ogdsu and Chltass. Lowest rate In effect always avail able via "Rock Island System." Reduced ROUND TRIP RATS8 li effect or July 12. 12. IS and II, sas August 18, 19, 25 and 21; 59 days re turn limit- Be sure that your ticket reads rU the Great Rook Island Routs. The best and most reasonable st tag car service. For luformaUoa, OEO. W. BAINTER, T. P. A. L. B. GORHAM. Oca Agt, 3M AliS street Portland Or. oold In Sslsm by 8, C. Stens. Call for Ftss Samples. Branson A Raoan. Kep aH kinds of grooeries, aad thoy are the beet that can be found la the city. You dat know it until yu bars tried them. pfmgTl When You Want Something t est. Just try the WhHe House. Thoy ess serve you at aar hour of the day or night O With fitraatus i?ontA. mUMmtoshtBaigi cmi Corvallis &. Eastern R R, TIME CARD NO. 24. No. 2 for Yaqulna: Leaves Albany 12:45 p. m. Leovve Corvallis 2:0p.Ta, Arrives Taquma (:30 pm. No. 1 Returning: Leaves Yaqulna (MS a.m. Leve CorvslHs 11: JO a.m Arrives Albany 12:15 p.m. No. 3 for Dereit: Leaves Albany 7:03 a. m Arrive Dotroi 12:20 p. m No. s From DetroH; Loaves DetroH 1:06 p. m. Arrives Albany 3:55 p.m. Trsia No. 1 arives In Albany ia time to eoa&oat with the S. P. touch bound train, as well as gtrtng two or three hours in Albany before depar ture of S. P. northbeu&d train. Train No. 2 eoaaocts with the S. P. trains at OorralUs aad Albany giv ing direct service to Newport and ad Jacest beaches. Train No. 2 for Detroit, Breltaabuah. and other mountain resorts leaves Albany at 7:00 a. m reaehlng De troit about boob. El-ring ample time to reaeh the Sprmgs same day. For further ksiermatioa apply to EDWIN STONK, XJjuiaper T COCKRKJU Agent, Albaay U It CROK18E. Ageat, Corrallls. Quick Time East From Tacoaa, Seattle, the Psi Sound country and Spokane to sw aouri river points and the Suthssst the Burllngtoo. offers quick servhs Through trains Seattle to Kaoft aty equipped with big. tr ehsir enri standard Pullman sleepers, and last but not toast. SDuriK slesesrs. sleas, comfortable a&d cheap. Whv not take the Southeast speaW via Dtllfngs and the Burlington! Tos caaH do better, and you might worse n A. C. OHE-DON, Qenersl Agtnt IOO THIRD STREET, portTLANa O. C. T. CO8 PASSENGER STEAMERS POMONA asdl Mesa kave far FectUsJ. Moodr WeseeaSay aad rrteay al a, sa. Tseaar. Tbsraireaa Sarerday at J ia ror CtorrallU, TtieaOay. TBMaT asdSaMUSayatip aa fw laStresdesee saily eip SasiT alp. a. Deck: Foot at Trad 8tret M. P. BALDWIN, ABt Capital Normal School Pint Hitloaal Bank BsilJlBr. Silcfi" The fall tersa of twelve weeks opts Secteaiter 28. Adireis, r i vbik Walesa, ur j. 4, niui J. Brownstein & Son. SA SUte street- ifcatstttsfc" psJdforBIled. felts. Wool. TgWW sBdfBis: alsaieaeril dealer w " lru. toMeris Metil.