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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1904.
NINE mmjMMatWMiiiM'iiBia mSMm W , J 9WFUIRIV(Um'7 anBMJMJawal'1 .VWWEg. i w $gm34! yfegctable Pr epnralionforAs similQUng mciooaamiHceiua ling flwsStomachs nndBovrels ol TO3S3I Promotes D.igc3lion,Chcerfur ftcssartdncst.Conlalns neither Oplum,Morplimc nor Mineral. NOT "NAIIC OTIC . For Infants and Childron. The Kind You Have Always Bought puveofOUIfSUWELttTClWi flmfJbat Saw' Mx.Stnn JtSniuUtSUt ClxiluiSucaf WMmyrtfninonK A perfect Remedy forConslipa Hon, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions ,Fcvcrish ncss nml Loss of Sleep. FacSimto Signature or NEW YORK. Bears the i Signature t ft lift ll y For LATEST NEW YORK FASHIONS Evening Dresses, In expensive Ma ESranrnftTOSffiJ pliBAimiMPw tXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. ( Use Over Thirty Years Styles in Making: Jewelry and the Thousand and' 0ns Things That Make Style HI Of WTB 0irK WIW OH OITT. H "GHOSTS" A CRAZE IN NEW YORK 'Ibson Is no longer a dramatic au- Ithor for a cortaln class of theater- jgocrs. Ho Is now a popular favorjto. I This wa3 demonstrated by the lmme- Idlato and unqualified success of his ' mastorplcco, "Ghosts," which onjoy- od a great Now York success last sea- kaon. This play Is said to rlvlt the attention of tho audlonco so strongly that spectators sit Bpellbound until the final fall of tho curtain. The fnsclnntlnir nroblcm nrcsontcd hnB a wolrd Interest for all classes of play goers. Commencing It Metropolitan run with audiences of modcrato size, "Ghosts" soon turned peoplq away ovory night and becamo an actual crazo In Now York. Already much Intorest Is manifested In this city In tho production that will bo glvon at tho Grand Opera houso Tuesday, Jan uary 2G. Tho company Is headed by tho distinguished actress , Alberta Gallatin. Seat on salo at box office Tuesday January 2G at 9 a. m. Curtain 8:15. Journal classified ads bring quick results. 9-t4-aigH8ii9aii9ii-aitiiiciPiPi'Bt'8',t R. M. Wade & Co. Have Receive A catload of smooth and 1 1 hashed galvanised wife and j teoaecl to make at- j; ate Kg tractive pices Phene: Main 2953. AUL, WORK DELIVERED WHEN PROMISED 193 Commercial St. Oner The Journal, WHY WAIT a week or two weeks for your priming aner tne urae proiuiseur Elliott, the Job Printer, delivers work when promised, Proofs Submitted on nil Work fWlgf lWI0tg lif P I !! . MM i Harritt & Lawrence THE PICK OF THE FOREST , lias been taken to supply the stock of. . lumber In our yards. Our stock Isj complete with all kinds of lumber.) Just received a cat load of No. 1 t shingles, aloo a car of fine shakes. Wo are ablo to fill any and all kind; j ,of bills. Como and lot us chow you- oot stock. Yard and office near S. P. passenger! depot 'Phono Main C5L 1 n GOODALE LUMBER CO. '' Sell more Orocerles a4 tetter Groceries tftaa ANYBODY There's where you get GO.QD treatment 'and GOOD copds Btop in and sea for yonreejL ceo . c, artocKJiv. Evening drosses of not mndo with gathered Bklrts and worn over Lib erty satin nro very protty and If the net bo washable,, oxponso Is reduced considerably as tho material can be utilized aftor being soiled and In a family of girls, perhaps, mado Into somo other garment or accessory. Sometimes thoso net skirts nro trim med with Inco laid In medallions or Indeed In any way dictated by taste, Anothor qulto showy method of mak ing a not dross Is In sun ray klltB and with this style, rows 'of sutln ribbon can bo used effectively, their soft glimmer harmonizing with tho bril liant sun ray kilting. After all, how over, thero Is no mntorlal In quite such demand for ovcnlng as Chiffon Velvet, tho name Indicating In part Its tox turo since with tho familiar surface of velvet tho heaviness ofton found objectionable In velvet of tho usual quality Is dono away with and the now variety londs Itsolf readily to prosont Ideas In soft draplngs on 8hlrrlngs. Taffota silks should by no menns bo omitted from tho list of favorlto materials, tho more so as it Is often picked on bargain counters to much ndvantago and may bo util ized In some other wny when ono Is tired of it as a gown. Glaco is an other and not very exponsivo mater ial for cvonlng, and as tho name) would indicate, it has a shiny surface. For neighborhood gatherings where young .pcoplo usually meet for enjoy mont rather than show, wool canvas In white or cvonlng colors Is quite stylish and Is suitably trimmed with yak lace. Voile Is also to bo com mended as comparatively Inexpensive and stylish and may bo trimmed with wool lace. Moussellne Voile Is also qulto handsome and a gown rocontly worn by a blondo beauty, l In pale bluo shirred bolow tho hips and again so as to form a doop flounce. Tho slilrrlngs moot Inser tions of Irish point laco with faggot lngs In silk. Tho sloovos roach tc tho olbows and tho full waist is al most concoalod by a doop bertha of laco to match that on tho skirt Sop nrato waists for cvonlng have not the prostlgo accorded tho ontlro dross, but novortholess thoy nppoar as in dlsponslblo part of tho outfit, and tho fancy for all lace waists, amounts almost to a furor. Whlto ovor white. Is tho caprlco of tho hour, though loss calculated to show off tho pat tern of tho laco than whon worn ovor colors. 1 In Jewelry many now and interesting fenturos nro prosentod, but doalors In procloun stonos find to their chagrin that tholr befct designs nro co skillfully Imitated that tholr trado suffors no; a little Injury. Sovoral stores on Tlroadway, qulto handsomo In appearance, are dovoted to Imitation goods, and la dles entor them unblushlngly. Gold net work is very much in domand for necklaces, and a pointed front Is finished by pendants of turquoise, pearls and othor stones. Fllagroe collars allowing a large figure at the center nro now and filagroo collars straight around with stonos set in and a single pendant In tho mlddlo of a contrasting stono, are among nov elties. Loops of small pearls aro also pondant from thoso collars. Small onamolled loaves tipped by a minute poarl, aro beautifully roflned and thoso may altornato with pear shapo pendants and Wvos. Much In favor for necklaces aro small stones sot vory near each othor, with five largor stones in tho center and a braeelot to match, is stylish. In brooches, flags or birds sometimes Binglo or In pairs In dull finish are prosontod and shaded green Ioavos tipped by small diamonds, aro lovoly. Ono diamond Is usually at Uio cen ter. Then thero aro crescents with a single bird, tiny flowers, especially roses, or In quite opposite stylo, a gold wishbono in plain gold shows a single pear or diamond on one side LUCY CARTER. wo take unto ourselvos of Jesting on tho subject with pooplo Just a few years older. "For Instance," ho continued, "last night I took dinner with an undo, aged 90 years, and onJoyU It im mensely. I love to hoar old men talk, and this Is my only great undo. Woll, my Great Undo Ellas told a good many stories of old times, and thoy wore good stories, too, but he repented himself now and then. "My youngor uncle, also Undo Ell as, who wns prosont, got a trifle tes ty utter a whllo, no doubt bocauso ho did not get a chanco to talk qulto as much as usual, and ho muttered to me: " 'Gracious goodness, that makoa six times Undo Ellas has told about how ho once got evon with a school toachor who whipped him whon ha wns a boy. Old. men got awfully for getful.' "'That'H so I said. 'This makes threo times you've said to mo that Uncle Ellas has told that tela six times.' " H i n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 I CLASSIFIED ft ' Advertisements, five lines or ! ! lees, In this column Inserted T three times for 25c, 50c aweek ; ; $1.50 a month. All over five T . . lines at tne same rate. II III I M H-H-MHH-t lllllll WANTED. Boy Wanted. A good 3trong boy, with pony, to carry papers, aftor school hours. Apply at Journal office. 1-20-tf Wanted. To ront, 20 to 40 acrea of hops. Apply to Sam Hang, caro of Journnl offlco; competent man; good terms. 1-15-lw L08T AND FOUND. Found. A bluo silk umbrella. Owner can havo camo by calling at this ol flea and paying charges. 1-1 8-3 1 WIRE FENCING. Walter Morley, Dealer In American, Elwood and Page field fonclng, AH kinds of poultry fonclng. Shingles. P. & B, ready roofing and waS paper . Prices tho lowost Salem Fonco works, SO Court street,' Salem. d&w,", DRE86MAKER8. Millionaire's Poor Stomach. Tho worn-out stomach of tho ovor fed milllpnolro Is ofton paraded In the p'ubllc prints as a horriblo oxamplo of tho ovlls attondant on tho possession o fgrcnt wealth. But millionaires are not tho only ones -who aro afflicted with had stomachs. Tho proportion Is far greater among tho tollers. Dys popsla and indlgostlon aro rampant among these pooplo, and thoy suffor far worso tortures than tho millionaire unloss thoy avail themselves of a standard modlclno llko Green's August Flower, which has bn a favorlto household remody for all stomach troubles for ovor 35 years. August Flower rouses tho torpid liver, thus creating appotito and Insuring perfect digestion. It tones and vltallroa the ontlro system, and makosllfo worth living, no mattor what your station. Trinl bottle, 25c; regular slzo, 7Gc. At all druorfgts. At Dr. Stone's drug stores. FOR 8ALE. For Sale. Fine second-growth maplo and ash wood. Delivered to arfy part of city. Apply to J. W. Man loy. Phono 2075 Black, or call at homo west of brick store, South Salem. 12-28-Imo For 8ale Or trade, a fine 10-ocro chicken or fruit ranch; first-class buildings and improvements; close to school, postofllco, store and rail way station. Will trado for city or unimproved farmproperty. Address "W. J.," Caro Journal. 11-5- Mrs. L. Campbell Does dressmaking at hor homo, on tho car line, noarT tho South Salem cometory. trado solicited. 11-18-lm-d-w Country UNDERTAKERS. Undertakers. Wo carry tho largest' and flnost lino of undertaker's goods In tho city. Prlcoa to suit nM. Black and whlto hoarso. Prompt,, reliable. Snvo money by calling at;, No. J07. A. M. dough, A. J. Baaoyi MG-tf . TMarkct Quotations Today a w Choice Farm For Sale. Throo miles northwest from Breoka, having dwolllng houso, barn and two hop houses, with 30 acres of hops, bal anco farming land, with running wator, oxcept onough cholco timber to supply tho placo! M. J. Egan. 11-12-tf PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. ' Dr. I. W. 8tarr Offlco in Bush & Broy building, evor Oregon Shoo Store. Offlco hours, 9 to 12 a. in. and 2 toi 5 p. m. Calls attondod In city or country. Resldcnco 'phono 2355. Rod. 1-5-tf ' Dr. W. 8. Mott Will hereafter br found In tho Broy block, 275 Ki Com mercial stroot ovor Orecon Sko Co. Offlco telephone, 2931; resi dence phone, 3761. Offlco hours 9 to 12. and 2 to 5. WATCHMAKER. W. For Sale. O. K. Grubbors. Best in Oregon; thM stato premiums; ono horse has tho power of 99; can grub an aero a day. James Finnoy, Brooks, Or. 11-20-lm. Capital City Mills Quotations. Bryant & Pennell, Preps. Wheat 77c. Buckwheat 80a Progressive Forgetfulftes. "One of tho consolations of advanc ing years," said a man well past mld dlo ago to a correspondent of tho In dianapolis Journal "it the privilege Poultry at Stelncr's Market Chickens 8010c. Eggs Per doten, 2Ec. Turkoys 12H01Sc. Ducks 10c. For Salo Inrnprovod and unimproved block proporty In South Salem. For Information inquire of E. Hofor, Journal offlco. 10-9-ti Calvet, Practical Watch makes 158 Stato street, tnakoo a specialty of repairing watchca, clocks aad Jewelry, and guarantees good work at reasonable prices, 11-12-lyr RESTAURANT. For 8ale Eighty acres of land in Washington county, for $450. A bargain for somo ono wanting to mako a homo. Some Umber on tho place; some cleared. E. Hofor, Sa eom. Oregon. 10-C-tf Etc. ex- Hop Market Hops 1922c. Potatoes, Vegetables, Potatoes 30c Onions lo. Dried Fruits. Peachos 10c. Apricots 10c. Apples 10c. Potlto prunes 1c. Italian prunes 5c. Wood, r'ence Posts, Ets. Dig fir 14.00. Second-growth 13.50. Apu $3.00 to 13.75. Body oak 14.60. Pole oak $4.00. Cedar posts 12c. Hide, Pelts and fun. Green Hides, No. 1 6c. Green Hiues, No. 3 1c. Calf Skins 406c. Sheep 75c. Goat Sklne 26o to 11.06. Grain and Frour. Wheat, Salem Floaring Mills, port ralue, 70a Oats J1.05 cwt Barloy $19 per ton. Flour Wholesale, $3.0. Live Stock Market Steers 3 43c. Cows 3c. Sheop 2 He. Drossod veal &e. Dressed hogs Cc Live hogs 4c. MutUm 2c per pound. Hay, Fed, Ets. Baled choat $10. Bale-" cIotcc 10$1L Bran ?30. Shorts 321.60. Creamery and Dairy Products. Good dairy butter 20J26c. Creamory butter 30c. Cream separator skimmed. Com. Creamery, 32 He, not. PORTLAND MARKET. Wheat Walla WJla, 71c072c Valloy 78c. Flour Portland, beat grade, 3760 $3.85; graham, $3.75. Oats Choice White, $1.10 Barloy Food, $20 per ton; $21. MllUtutf Bran, $16 Hay- Timothy, $16 Potatoes 60 & 60c, Eggs Oregon ranch, 37tfc Ponltrr Chicken, mired. 10c per pound; spring, lie Urkeya, live, 1Z014C. Mutton Dresocd, 606c Pork Dressed, 606V4a Boof Dreeeed, 606c. Veal 808c. HopsJ903 crop, 15020c. Wool Valley, 17018c; Oregon, H016o; Mohair, 35087tfa Hides dry, 10 pounds an.; upward!, 16 to 15U& Batter Best dairy, 2O0tte; fan cy ereaxasryOc; tor 16lttc at Uod, lOcO B&etern MISCELLANEOUS. Say Have you tried Edwards & Lusch k ors for meats, wq navo wo oeo. sausage In town. Come and try it, and be convinced. 410 East State street Ferguson's Restaurant 06 Stat stroot Open day and night Oar 20c meals aro bettor than any 36 houso in the stato. Six 20o.moahi for $1.00; 21 20c meals for $3.00. LODGES. 8alem Camp, No. 118, Woodmen of the World Moots In Holmnu Hall ovory Friday at 7:30 p. m. . P. L. FTaslor, Consul. Wyllo A. Mooros, Secre tary. l12-lyr Salem Truck and Dray Co. Oldest and best quipped company In 8a lom. Piano and furniture moving a specialty Offloe 'phono, 801. W. W. Brown & Son, proprietor. Office No. CO Stato street 9-l-l" Dr. Z. .M. Parvln At 297 Commercial street, upstairs. Singing Bchool, Rudlmental and sight reading class es. Begins Wodneeday evening, Oo nimr 14th. Class overy Wednes day evening to May 1st,, next tlon, $1.00. Tul- Unique Cleaning Rooms Shaw A Johnson, tho cleaners, are now lo catod at 209 Commercial Btreot Thoy do a gonoral prosslng and re pairing buslnoes. Specialties: SklrU, silk waists, kid glovos, gonts' cloth Injr. etc.' Phono 2614. 5-28-lyr Dissolution Notice. Notice is horo by glvon that tho parinorship here tofore existing hotweon Watt Shlpp and Paul II. Ilowsor, undor tho Ann namo of Shlpp & Housor, has boon dissolved by mutual consent, Paul II. Housor retiring. Watt Shipp will continuo tho buslnoss, collecting all accounts and paying all bills, Watt Shlpp, Paul II. Housor, Salem, Or., Jan. 15, 1904. l-M-U FOR RENT. For Rent A four-room cottage at 387 CTmrch Btreot Will soil furni ture and a winter's supply of wood. 1-6-tf Rooms for Rent Up stairs, Oottle block, by day, week, or month. Al so light housekeeping rooms. Elec tric llghta. Opon all hours. Commercial 8t, No, 333. Phene: 2965 Main. Mattle Hutchlns, Preji. MH iiHSi n n i an i iinfc JACOB VOGT Successors to H. J. Oswalt Men's and Boy's Shoos 09. State St t Repairing Neatly Dsne. 1 HIIIIIIIH i-m f H-H- Capital Normal School First National Bank Bplldlntr, Salem. The fall term of twelve weeka opens September 28, Address, j. J. KRAPS. Salem, Or J. Brownstein & Son. 84 State -.street Highest cash price paid for hides, Pelts, Wool, Tallow and Furs; also general dealer In old Iron, Rubber and Mstats. Phone 2071 Main. Protection Lodge No. 2, Ancient Or der United Workmen, moots enr7 Saturday evening in tho Holmaa Hall, corner Stata and Liberty otroets. Visiting brethren weloom. J. G. Graham, M. W.; J. A. Sellwood Recorder. Valley lodge No. 18, A. O. U. W. Meets In their hall In Holman block, cor nor Stnto and Llborty, ovory Mon day evening. Visiting brethren, wolsomo. Buy Mclntlro, M. W., A. E. Aufrnnco, Recorder. Central Lodge No. 18, K. of P. CasUe Hall In Holmnn block, corner Stats and Llborty Sts, T'londay of eaei wook at 7:30 p. m. 11. II. Turner, O. 0.; W. I. Stnloy, K. of R. and 8. Foresters of America Court Bhr wood ForcstorB No. 19. Moots Fri day night In Turner block. B. W. Mlnturn. O. R.: A. L. Brown. 800. Modern Woodmen of America Ore gon Cedar Camp No. 6246. Meets ovory Thursday ovonlng at 8 o'clock Holman Hall, Frank A. Turner, T. 0.: A. L. Brown. Glork, - OSTEOPATHS. taWA Drs. M. T 8choettle, Frank J. Bait and Anna M. Barr. Graduates American School of Osteopathy, Klrksvllle, Mo., successors to Dr. Oraco Albright OfflC' hours ta 12 and 1:30 to 4:30 o'clock. Ode" Follows' Tomple, Phono Main 2721; residence phono 2603 red. Dr. H. H. 8covoll. Suggestive thorapouUcs. Osteopathy. Nerrotui and functional diseases. Room 4, E and 6, D'Arcy building. Phone 2855 Main. 1-Mm TON80RIAL AND PATHS. Evan's Barber ShopOnly first-claw shop on State street Every tfclafl new and up-to-oata Finest poroo lain baths. Share, 16c; hair-out Ms baths, 26c Two flrBt-6lasT bod blacks. C. W. Brans, proprietor. WATER COMPANY; SALEM WATER COMPANY OFFICE CTY HALL. For water sorr.o-j apply at oalc. Bills payable monthly In advance. Uao all complaints at the o&co. ; EXPRE88 AND ANjBJV CAPITAL CITY Express and Transfer Moots all mail and passenger trains Baggage to aU parts of the ctty. Prompt service, Teipkone No, ML nECKMAW.nEDRICK & HOMYBK DENTISTS. C. H. MAOK y accessor to Dr. J. U. Koene, In White Corner, Salem, Oregon. Parties desiring mpericr operations at iaos rat fee la any brands are la eepasua wqiust