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Gold Bend Docs Not Spatkie A gold bond la not a thing of Intrinsic beauty. One locks It away In ow a sate acpoa.i ,ou ana iooks ai it only at Infrequent Intervals. A beautiful and. valuable diamond la as readily convertible into rh the most gilt-edged security; and the pleasure It gives Its possessor Is far, far greater than that of the most approved bonds of equal value. Some, may object that a bond bears Interest, while a diamond does not. Of course, this Is true, 'but the dividends which a diamond pays Its own erthe dividends of dally happiness and pride and nleasure which Its Tho former prlco of which was $11 00 to $12.60. ThlB is a fluo opportunity to got a good substantial suit for tho prlco of a vory ordinary quality. At thoso prices a man can afford to have a new suit for ovory day work. Wo novo cheaper ones, too, but tho man who must hnvo tho vory finest to ho had, will ho intorestod in our $25.00 suits, now reduced to $18.00. Tho in between qualities all along tho lino are roducod in proportion. This is no hnndful of odds and ends, but includes hundreds of this season's finest pat torns In tho very latost cuts. possession breeds will often do one more real good than the interest .. on a good many thousand dollar's worth of bonds. It Is only one thing to have money and quite another to have happiness. Any diamond In the Barr Store may be bought on the partial pay ment plan one-fifth down and balance In eight equal monthly pay-ments. DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, 8ALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1004. Corner State and Liberty f hfr-r--H- Local Social Realm Events In trie r-H"H-M"M-frM-8 1:1 I HlfWH PER80NALS. John W. MInto returned to Portland Friday. Miss Edna Danta, of Marlon, was a salom visitor. K J Eldrlcdgo has raturncd to his homo at Gorvata. Miss Bertha Allen lias gone to Sllverton for a visit. Newt Cook, of Marlon, Is in tho city or a few hours' business. Justice Dean has gone to Eugene o spend Sunday with his Jamlly. Ed. Zlcgler, of Gorvals, was In Sa- Dem last evening for a short visit. Dr. J. W. Ransom Is In tho city to day for a visit, from his homo In Tur ner. Mel Hamilton left last evonlng for Portland, after a few days stay Jn this city. J. C. Wolf, tho Sllverton hop deal- or, como In this morning for a brief IvIslL Judgo C. E. Wolvcrton wont to Al- ibany this morning for nn ovor-Sunday visit. Mrs. P. J. Beckett has gono to (Portland to work In a wholesale ihouso. Gordon Moores, a studont of tho O I A. O, Is visiting his cousin, Ralph Moores. Sheriff Colbath wont to Hubbard this morning to Servo papers In n civil suit. jMOIelUH-ai'Umc-KHOfriM' Not Out Fatlt V i not comolete. Telephone !! Main 254 J we will send ;; !! them. ; . . .19 ii i j; Jralacclrhatmacy !! !! it 8 State St. Salem. i -wioi08inei)iait)H)ic3 !! If yOfir Supply of drugs honor of her frlond, Miss Adda Simp-j n and draff sundries are ?!son, of Lebanon, who is visiting hor 011ilUlllllllllll!llIJIIl)lllllllllllllJIIIIIIIIIIilllll)llllllLII)llllllll)JlllllliJli fl z GEO. E. Wholesale Tobacconist and . Cigar Dealer 1 Largest Stock in 252 COMMERCIAL 8TREET MTTTTCTM Not a cheap trust-made article, but t AUG. HU ! !! tMH HHBtSI ! you like COPVPIQMT flHKoUR CHAMMONjQflHfejfe i aunMPw if.;.. i I In el immr uaK.n i m rtMi I k tJK-"ti .--1 ---, Streets, Safem, Ore. John M. Watson camo down from his homo In Tumor this morning for a briof visit. Dr. W. O. Trine, of Corvnllls, was In the city last night, returning home this morning. Governor Chaniborlaln this morning loft for his homo In Portland for nn over-Sunday visit. W. H. Sparks, of Mound City, Kan sas, is In tho city, visiting his nophow, Mr. M. P. 'Baldwin. Rev. T.'.B. Ford, of Eugene, came down from his home In Eugene last ovonlng for a brief visit. Mrs. nnd Mrs. C. B. Mooros came up I from orogxm city this moming to spond Sunday with rolatlves. Ernst S. Zlollsch, of Elkton, S. D., left last ovonlng for his home, after a few wooks' stay with frlonds here. Miss Vera Byors, who has been making Goldendalo, Wash., her home for tho past few months, Is In the city. Prof. J. II. Ackermnn returned this morning from Stayton, ovonlng ho attended nn whero last educational meeting. Wm. H. Wolfe with James Kylo In tho produco business, has gono to Portland and Eastern Oregon for a few days. Mrs. F. J. Moore returned this morning from Sllverton, whoro she. Women of Woodcraft bolng present, spent tho past few days, visiting nor in addition to a number of invited mothor, who is ill. guests, and all enjoyed the excellent Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Culver- aro homo addrossos delivered. ( from tholr woddlng trip to San Frnn-1 Consul Commander Frazlor called Cisco, and havo tnkon up tholr homo tho mooting to ordor at 8 o'clock, and In tho Culver residence in East Sa-. Introduced OrganlzoriRogore, who do. lom. jlivorod tho address of tho evening. Mrs. Squire Farrar wont to Portland Ho gnvo a briof account of tho his this morning fpr an over-Sunday visit, tory of tho organization, showed the Sho will bo Joinod in that city this ov- j progress mado in tho Inst 10 years, onlng by her husbnnd, who will to- and tho proud position in tho ranks (morrow attond tho funornl of the late Wm. Fnbor. I A Pleasant Evening. Miss Hallo Baker ontortalncd a fow of hor frionds Thursday ovonlng, in for a fow wooks. Tho tlmo was spent very ploasantly. Tho popular games of Flinch and Pit wero tho amuso mants of tho ovonlng. Each guest Jwae given a character to act out dur ' Ing tho oyjnlng, nnd Mr. Edgar Aver IIU rocelved the first prlzo. Dainty re freshments wero sorvod, which wora enjoyed by all present WATERS v i Willamette Vafley EE 8ALEM, OREGON. he best 5 cent cigar on vale, CKINSTEIN, Manufacturer, Salem. I-Whtfrlf HWfroy MORE TIME THAN MONEY , Somo people bare to spend, but If 2 hare no tlmo, possibly you mlgttX to baro one of our fine 15-Jewel timekeepers, as they do not require much money for tho Investment Our stock of flno watches for ladloa and gentlemen U complete, and embraces everything la Elgin and Walthamx watches. Prices lower than orer. C. T. POMEROY Watchmaker and Optician. 268 Commercial Street Men's Overcoats Reduced Likewise BaBrar-arajrcraaflcaasagg WOODMEN ' LAST . NIGHT Organizer Geo. Rogers Makes an Inter' esting Address Governor Chamberlain Also Spoke--A Pleasant Social Hour Followed Last night marked a red letter time In tho annals of tho local camp of the Woodmen of tho World the occasion being tho open moetlng In tho Woodmen hall, addressed by some of tho leading members of tho fraternity in this state, among them Governor Chnmbcrlaln nnd Organizer Geo. K. Rogers. Tho meeting was woll attended, fully 200 Woodmen nnd of tho fraternal soclotios now occu- pled by tho Woodmen. From a llttlo, struggling organization, with $30,000 lndobtcdnosB, nnd only 3000 mombors, said, ho Pacific Jurisdiction had Brown to a membership of nenrly 80,- 000, with a rosorvo fund of noarly n million dollars, and tho work was still going on at as rapid a rato as over in the past. Ho gavo a oloar and fair Btatomont of tho alms and objects of tho Institution, and wound up by urg ing tho mombors to again begin active work in Salem, and to lncreaso tho membership of the order hero by at loast 100 in tho noxt throe months, jas tho local camp had docldod some tlmo ago to do. Throughout his addreeB Mr. Rogers illustrated his arguments with stories that kopt his audlenco In a good hu mor, and when ho finally stoppod ho was urged to continue. . Following Mr. Rogars, Governor Chamborlaln mado a I.VIof but Inter esting speech on the aims ana objects of tho Woodmon ordor, nnd especially showed tho practical benefits of a momborship in tho organization. Sovornl musical numbors wore ron derod, and a most onjoyable ovonlng closod whon tho audlenco was dis missed by tho consul commander. At tho close of tho meeting an in formal reception was tendered to Govomor Chamborlaln and Mr. Rog ers, and all proeent had tho opportuni ty to meet the two gontlomon, and a social hour was spont in tho comfort able lodgo hall before the "choppers" and tholr friends finally dtsporsod. The rosult to the Woodmon will doubtless bo good, for tho members were enthused, and they will bgin work with a will, and many members will doubtless bo added to their ranks during tho present campaign. Prune Growers Incorporate. The Butto Falls Prune Growers' association filed articles of Incorpora tion In the county clerk's office to day. The new corporation will grow, deal In and sell prunes in the open market for the benefit of Its mombors, with headquarter at Sootts Mills. The capital la H0O. W. F. Drager. S D. Adkins W. H. Commons, I. N. Com mons, J. S. Korb and M. If. Smith are Salem Woolen Mill Store C. P. Bishop. Proprietor uauumwiaMM BOOZE MAKES . TROUBLE Jack Konrns, a night man In the Club stables, was last night arrested by Ofllcor Murphy in tho Whito House rostaurant for disorderly conduct, and wfiB landed In tho city jail, aftor a briof struggle. Koarns was In the restaurant eating his midnight lunch, whon, without cauBO, ho becnine abusive, cursing tho cook and waiter and, incidentally, tho patrons of the house. He was asked to keop quiet, and that seemed to fan his anger. Of ficer Murphy was in tho house, and ho qulotly asked tho man to bohavc himself, and reasoned with him, Kearns, in answer to tho ofllcor, be gan to abuso him, and then struck at him. Tho disturbor was quickly re moved from tho restaurant, but on the street he again attempted to assault tho ofllcor, and, in tho struggle, and tho two men foil, Ofllcor Murphy spraining his anklo In tho fall, while the prisoner's head was hurt by strik ing tho coraent walk. Ho was soon landed In tho prison, however, whoro ho'snont tho night At 2 o'clock this aftcrnon City Ro cordor Judah gavo Kparns a hearing. and sentenced him to pay a fino ot $100, or servo 20. days in tho city Jail, and tho lattor alternative was chosen REAL ESTATE JOINGS John P. Jones and wife, of Portland, today sold tholr ICO-acro farm nonr Turner for 96400 to John Kusy. This is ono of tho boat farms In the Turncs neighborhood. Susan Applogarth today transferred a fraction of a lot on Chemokota streot, botweon Cottago and Winter, In block 74, to R. A. Kirk, for $1400. Frank C. Stokes and wlfo havo cold 11.09 acroa in tho Woodburn FruU Farms to Melvlna L. Hunt for ?G00. Harvoy Massoy has disposed of his proporty, six lots in block CD, North Salem, to J. G. Andorson, for $700. T. D. Allan and wife aro tho grant ors In a deed to A. A. Orlndo, by which they . convoy 7 3-10 acres of land in tho I'etqr Cox D. L. C. for ?803. Mrs. S. A. Doncor sold hor proporty in Woodburn to Frank Ussolman for $360. Tho proporty consists of lot 8, in block 2 Toozo's addition. Jamou Hardy and wlfo, of Wood burn, sold one aaro of land adjoining that city to Jacob Hooser for $C00. Mary Glymer and other mombors ot hoi family havo transferred to school district No. 54, 2 ocroH of land at Clyracr school houso, for $00. Other doeda recorded today were: C. A. Olson, of Portland, to J. L, Gentry, of Marlon, lots 1 and 2, in block 3, Cook's addition to Marlon, $100. , II. A. Thomas and wife to J. G. Voght, lot No. 3. block 17, Yew Porkannex to Salem, $65. Declared Insan. James Fitzgerald, nn Insane, was last night examinod before City Re corder Judah and committed to tho asylum. Tho patient garo New York as hla home. Ho is 37 yoars old, a sailor by occupation, and imagines tbas his body and lowor limbs arc paralyzed. Ho Is homicidal, and at times thinks he Is called upon to preach the gospel. Branson &. Ragan. Keep all kinds of groceries, and they are the best that can be found in the city. You don't know it until you hare tried them. Journal classified ads bring quick SPLENDID CLOSING S Yesterday Was a Big Day--The Interest Is Increasing The Greatest Aovement Ever Undertaken for Our Pub lic Schools-Attended in Thousands Tho big armory was crowded all day yostorday with a delighted audi onco. Visitors aro attracted, not alono 1y tho splondld pictures, but appreciative words aro heard on ov ory sldo in (rognrds to tho beautiful exhibit of tho wrltton work of tho boys and girls themselves. A patron remarked yostorday that ho enjoyed tho pupils' work moro than tho pictures. All togothor tho oxhlblt is a great success. Tho pupils of tho higher grades at tondod tho oxhlblt in a body yostor- uuy, Biuuioa mo oxniuit ana gnvo a flno impromptu program. Tho ovonlng program was nttondod by at loast 1000 people Gov. Chamborlaln was prosont nnd tnlljod in his dollghtful manner. Mrs. C. II. Hlngou enng as sho certainly novor sang bofore. Miss Blanche Brown gavo a flno plnno soloctlon, David Cntlln recltod by roquost. Miss Galllta Humphroy sang by roquost and Mrs. Richard Cartwrlghl gavo an oxcollont talk on "Raphaol." By ro quost Emma Kloln ropoutod "Tho Rag- gody Man." Tho high school Shakospoaro class a H-HMtt-HHHt94H-9fe-t 9 ii ; ; Smith's i i ;; Ftuit Fa,tm No. 2 JOOhractswill be thrown aponthe market in t a few days. $5.00 a month and no interest. I Salem Abstract i! and Laud Co. U 1 F.W. WATERS, Mgr. 5 i 0&fr Boys' Overcoats $2.50 quality $.85 .$7.50 quality $5.65 delighted and surprised tho audlenco with tho court scono from tho "Mer chant of Vonico." Miss Maudo Davis cortalnly desorvos credit for hor pu. plls' work as shown in tho Shakes penrb numbor last ovonlng. , This aftornon tho Snlom Woman's Club will nttond in a body. Tonight will bo tho last ovonlng of tho oxhlblt but it will bo a good ono. By special roquost, tho High School chorus .will ropoat Dontsottl's "Oht Italia, Italia Bolovod," which they gavo so woll on Thursday ovonlng. Th High School chorus contains 30 good volcos, nblo to give n most satisfac tory rondltlon of this popular llttlo musical gom, Tho popular Stnlwart. Quartet will appear tonight and sing "Luoky Jim," tho funniest quartet soloctlon over put on a stage. It Is gonorally ''un derstood that tho "Stalwarts" havo somo good oncaros "up tholr sloorcs." Tho progiam for tonight will bo,-as follews: ' Piano solo Miss Edith Katchum r..n .t- r l I. llUUUIHK-AUU JVUllIllU, Vocal solo Prof. W, P. Drew, AdroBS Rev. P. S. Knight, i f Vocnl duet Mrs. W. A. Moores and MIbb Emma Elgin. i Drill by third grado girls. , ', Vocal solo Miss Edna Savage. "Oh! Italia, Italia, Bolovod" High School Chorus. -f Stalwart quartot ' R. E. Flotchor was brought to tho asylum from Umntllla county .fast ovonlng by Sheriff T. D. Taylor. v lio is 42 ypars old and has homicidal ten dencies. Tho man's malady Is tho ro sult of an Injury sustained yoars ago. g4a-re4aH-8Ha-HP$f ITtyli ...j..tit..i.i.m. 0 ,( If you want a tetter !! cop of coffee than !! yoa ever drank boy ! ! a pound of ! ! Chase & San- J boon's ; ; Famous Boston Coffee z i ! For Sale by ; Fulle & Douglas J Grocers 42 State St. Phone 2261 j &Kmieta)tnwigfrti& i nn i hi 11 nnn turn I Ride With Pleasure Rubber tires of all kinds. Rubber tlrod wheels to fit your t buggy. Only best rubber usod. X All work guaranteed. Ira W, Jofgensehi Next door south of 8alem hotel. lll HI III MI-MI lllllllllt Women Like The Tubular Everywhere women praise the simplicity and eaiy action of tbe Sharpies Tubular Separators They are to easy to feed so easy to keep clesn o easy to tarn points every woman who helps about tho dairy has a right to insist on, All other separators are dlflknW, Let me give you a cata log explaining the Sharpies Tabular Separator, R A, Wiggins Implement House 255-257 Liberty St . Faro lapleaients, Auto- moblUs. Sewing Machines and Supplies. H. H, BURLEY.Sewiar Mablso I'tepalrlEr. Wf witwwwwwunmnnxww the Incorporators. results.