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DaILT CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 19. 1905.
Hutl ---l Jffit fttfffiwva z&.A. J5J "rrfjtifaJI McgclabtePreBarndonfor As similating UieFoodnndGcula ling ttteStococbs undBovrcls of Profnotcs DigcslIoaCtecrfur ncssandPcstConlalns nelllicr Opium,Morphinc norJOncxoL KOT"NAllCOTIC. JtrnftofOUOrSiNVamCiaR JlxJimt RmKlUU mat nvi r iSoSSSmkJiHL A perfect Remedy for Consllna Tlofi, Sour Stomach.Diarthoca Worms .Convulsions .Feverish ncas nmlLoss OF Sleep. TncSimilo Signature of NEW "YORK. EXACT COPy Of WRAPPER. It isn't tho women nowadays who havo n monopoly of wearing garments of hideous colors. Tho colors of tho flwoators worn by tho men this season nro loud enough to scaro a freight train off tho track. BOSTON ? BROWN v ? B I BREAD ? Kf & 8 B r w FLOUR " FAOKAOE FOR 7 LOAVES.... 20o 10-POUND SACK 05c ASK YOUE OROGBR FOR IT. ALLEN'S B. JJ. B. FLOUR CO. Pacific Coast Factory, San Jose, Cal I Standard Liquor Co. J. P. ROGERS Wholesale and Retail Dealers 1 48-1 56 South Commercial St We have in stock some of the best and oldest brands of Kentucky Bourbon and Pennsylvania and Maryland Rye Wbiskies. Also some very old blends of tbe best grade. Our stock of wines are as good as can be found in tbe state. We carry in stock tbe very best case goods to be found in tbe market including wines, gins, brandies, beers, porter and ale. STANDARD LIQUOR Co., A. G. Magers, Mgr. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA THf Of NTfcUft COMPANY. HCW VOR CITY. OASITOH.IA. i Kiwi Yon Han Alsars Boct Phooc Mam 2181. F ywmnminnMinninnnmMnnnnHimm, I NEW YORK Now York, May 17. Tho flngors of Orlontnl embroiders must bo flying to keep paco with tho demand for their wares. The voguo for nil kinds of Ori ental embroideries Is In no way lesson ing, and so strenuoxui has It become that oven tho upholstery departments are sacked of tapestries that In motive and color and glitter resomblo eastern stllcherlcs. Only a bit may bo needed at a tlmo, but bits tell when multitudes aro after them. , Girls nro doing their own embroidery, often in Oriental fashion, as they havo not dono It boforo In an age. Needle work departments nro well nwaro of tho crano and nro stocked with ready-to-wear waists, belts, stocks, collars, Vs and what not. Colored embroidery on wlitto linen touches up tollormades wonderfully. It is most prevalent In collnr and cuff sets prepared cither for bodies or coats, ut tho individual touch is always desirable. I Klbow slcovcs aro all but universal In nil costumes Intended for formal oc casionsIn everything, In fact, but ac tual walking suits. Tho walking skirt is emphatically short two, three or four inches, nccording to bocomlngncss, from tho floor. No romnnnt of a bal loon offsot Is left, but width, little) cur tailed, falls Into soft folds. Elaborato tallormndcs havo skirts that touch tho ground or more nil around, n length that entnlls n shuflllng gait unless one would brenk ono'if neck, or worso, dlsgrnco oneself by nwkwnrd tripping. Persons who read tho dissertations on tho return of mantlos, which filled tho fashion journals a littlo while ago, and who sny tho bravo showing of opening displays whero mantillas nnd nil their kin were bnck In bravo numbers, nro wondering whero all tho voluminous sleovo wrnps, ruffled and puffed, havo gone. They nre not gone, ns a fact, but only carriage folks seem to take to them. For tho woman who walks, or tho carriage woman when alio walks, thcro in nothing so winaomo as tho bolero and Kton. The no littlo jackets of modest lineage, and proportion havo quite put into tho background, for all but car rlago use, tho nsscrtlvo long wraps of distinguished memory. As tho season waxes, tho littlo silk wrnps finished with ruches nnd puffs, will bo moro seen. They fnll in lino beautifully with tho soft folds of full skirts. Tho only argumont ngainst thorn is their matronly nlr, which women of tho present dny objoct very much to assuming. Not only tho dressmaker and her staff, but tho homo sower ns well, Is putting in a multitudo of stitches those days. Tho return of puffs, rufllcs and frills of all sorts and kinds multiplies tho work on a gown. Not for many a yoar havo biases and straight bandi been reeled off by mothers and daugh ters at tho rato of this year, as their edges hay o 'been "blind hommed" and bound and shirred. There aro things tho sowing muohlno will novor do and the finish of silk nnd wool rufllos and folds is among them. Such a host of fanciful brctelles and girdles nnd sashes aro used, and the work thoy entail is oxorbltant. lint when it comoa to finishing their edges with doublo rufllos tho woman who has no gold mlnont her feet must do tho work horself or meet a dressmaker's bill that is too high for hor purse. No wonder tho dressmaker's bills have gono up. Take tho ming silk and wool suits, and even tho linen ones, this spring. Tho woman who has had no ex perience iu such details gasps at the FASHIONS figures of tho dressmaker's bill and ten to ono rebels. But moro tlmo is re quired for such small dotnlls, provided tho work is properly done, than for many moro showy dovlccs. Tho skirt yoke, doomed to banish mont by falso prophets from season to season, Is far from being exilod. It is still seen on imported tnilormadcs, nnd furnishes a way out for tho length ening last year's skirts to tho perplexed homo drossmakcr. Tho ybko usually ap pears only at tho sides or in one with tho front panel of tho skirt. Tho um brella skirt nnd tho circular skirt cut with seams nt front nnd bnck aro two of tho leaders among skirt patterns. Both of theso skirts solve tho problem of closo fitting tops and flaring hems. Velvet Is scon more than for years as a dresi trimming, Tho combination of contrasting materials is ono of tho' favorite trimming devicos of tho mo ment. Mnny old notions nro laid low In up-to-dnto costumes. Cloth, for ox h in pie, as often trims silk' as silk trims cloth. Checked vollo gowns nowadays aro often trimmed with bands of broad cloth. K8TKLLE OLAIBMONT. Would Yotf "Worry" for Five Cents an Hoar Your work is probnbly hard enough after you havo subtracted tho "worry" from it. It will bo a bit too bard for you if you cultlvato tho luxury of worry ing Bccnuso you need a new ciork, or now servant, or partner, or sten ographer, or moro business capital nono of theso things need to worry you. A Want Ad, big enough to bo effoe tlvo will cost you less than 'twolvo hours of worry at flvo cents an hour. And the chances nro that your want can bo filled in twolvo hours or less, la is worth flvo conta an hour to socuro Immunity from worry? PLACE YOUR WANT AD IN TIIE JOURNAL. It will bring results. BLIND WOOERS CINCHED. Two Moro Booze Dealer at Corvallls Havo to Dig Up Bullion. Corvallls Tiniest Another $100 in fines for violation of tho local option law has gono into tho treasury of Ben ton county. Tho earnings on this ac count to dnto aro $200, of which when tho oxponscs aro footed up moro than $100 will bo not profit. And it is guessed that thcro will bo other ar rests. The latest $100 was paid in by Jacob Dlumborg nnd Chnrles Wllklns, both of whom sought to profit out of an unlawful traffic in intoxicants. Dlumborg kept his stock omewhero in his old junk establishment, and Wll klns sold his goads from tho stoamors, Oregonn and Pomona, Dlumborg 'a op erations wero In secret deflnnco of au thority of law, and Wllklns under tho belief that whllo the steamboat was In tho Wlllamotto river tho local option law did tint extend to sales mado on tho ernft. Doth wero caught with plenty of ovldenco for prosceutlon purposes as a result of an exhaustive and vigorous examination by Deputy District Attor ney Dryson. Doth pleaded guilty when arraigned nnd paid tho minimum fine. Wllklns had a government lieonio and H not amenablo under tho IJnltod Ktates laws. Whether Dlumberg was similarly armed is a question that peo plo aro curious about. A sudden lull in Illicit Unfile in wet gqods as a result of tho late turn in matters. TliCj situ ation is interesting by reason of pretty general knowledge that the end Is not yet. OIULDREN OBY FOB FLETOinm'S OABTOEIA. Lucky Clover. Albany Dotnocrati The Democrat yesterday mentioned tho receipt of a five leaf clover, and mentioned it as a very rare occurrence It was a small one, only, an inch and a half across. This morning Paul Sehmltt found eight Ave leaf clovers In his yard and pre sented them to the Democrat. One of them is 3V& inches in diameter. Now there ought to be good luek galore. Some years one has to bunt a long time to find a four leaf elover, but this year it seems easier to And Ave leafs, perhaps a sign of prosperity. Chamberlain Appoint. Governor Chamberlain yesterday ap pointed 3. 0. Ainswortb, of Portland ai regent of the University of Oregon, to fill the unexpired term of the late O. B. Bellinger, which expires In 1000, Ho also appointed Judge Bean to succeed himself on the board, and M. A. Miller to succeed Charles Hilton, of Tho "" ,.,.. .1 JL CLASSIFIED . FOROALC. For Salo, Soven-room residence,' barn, largo liair block, clectrlo lights, bath, hot and cold city water. E. Ilofor, Journal office. For Sale. Two good work horses. In qulro nt Salem steam laundry. C-18-tf For Bale email dry fir wood, at $3.25 per cord. Phono Black 2001. T, L. Davidson, Jr., Mornlngstdo. 1-20-tf For Sale Fivo or ten-ncro plae, first class improvements. Closo to school, ohuroh, postofllce nnd railroad. Ad dress "X.," care of Journal. For Halo. Sovon fresh cows. Come i oarly and get your choice. From $20 upwards. Patrick Feoloy. Threo miles from Llborty. G-13-lwk For Balo. Six full-blood Poland China 1 sows, with pigs flvo weeks old. Also four Bhcpard pups, A. F. Boardiley, ono mllo west of tho Kolzer school house, B. 1'. V. No. 8. 5-lD-lwk WANTED. Wanted. Lady pr gontlomnn of fair education to travel for a firm of $250, 000 capital, Salary$1072poryear and cxponses, paid weekly. Address with stamp, J. A. Alexander, Sa4om, Or. 6-17-3t WANTED Young man from 10 to 20 yoars old, to work in Dr. Stone's drug storo and loam tho buslnoss. Apply at once. G-10-tf WANTED MALE HELP.. Wantod. A man nnd wlfo wanted to work on a farm. Tor particular, ap ply at COS High street. S-lS-3t MISCELLANEOUS. loTBEWABDXu7alnon71hTe pressman , offers a rownrd of $100 for tho arrrcst and conviction of tho mnn who held him up on tho night of Mny 2d. 6-ft-lwk Monoy to Loan. I can placo a reason ablo amount of monoy on good securi ty at low interest. J, A Fluch, at-tornoy-nt-law. Room 2, Bush bank building. 0-10 2wk Hotel Scott Nowly furnished, every thing cloan and first class. Rooms nt ron.iona.ble prlcos. In Cottle block, Salem. A. Scott, prop. 7--tf. Salem Iron Works Founders, machin ists aid blacksmiths." Manufacturers of all kinds of sawmill machinery. Hop and fruit drying stoves, ote. Manufacturers of tho O. K. Orubber. Shand S Marcus. 11-20-lm Davey b Savage, Real Estate, Loans and Insurance, Conveyancing and Kxalnlng Titles. Notary work done. Bring us list of your property for salo, 408 Btato stroet, near High. 3 8-tf Say Havo you tried 11. H. Paula for meats! Ho has tho best sauiago in town. Come and try It, and bo con vinced, 410 East Stato strot. We Are Now paying 10c for eggs. Commercial Cream Co, 3-11-tf Theo, M. Barr Successor to Jlarr & Petrel, tinner nnd plumber. Hot air water and steam heating a spoeialty, Salem, Oregon. 3-2- Highest Cash Price Paid foreblckens, geeso, ducks and all kinds of farm produeo at Capital Commission Co. Tolephone 2231 Main, 177 Commoty elal street, Salem, Or. 1-Hf-dw CLBANINO AfP.P'1?-W-0.??fl- Cleanlng and Dyeing And repairing neatly done. Four sous pressed by the month $1.00, at tbe Capital City Steam Dyeing and Cleaning Parlors. Miss Kflle M. Anderson, proprietor. Opera House block. 5-1-tf CALL ON YOUR BTKPMOTHElt AT tho Salem Djro Works when you want, your elope cleaned, dyed, ro- Iiaired or pressed, relined, volvet cpl ars on i also suit 'pressed by the month. Yon can get anything clean ed, from a pair of gloves to tys most elaborate silk gowns. Mr. O, H. Walker, Prop., 11J5 Commercial street. SASII AND DOOB FACTORIES. A. M. Hanson Manufacturer of all kinds sasb, dorr, mouldings, wood work, bouso finish and ofllco fixtures. Kstimatea furnished. Cor. Mill and Church street. Phono Red 211. Frank M. Brown Manufacturer of sasb, doors, mouldings. All kinds of house finish and hardwood work. Front street between State and Court To the Coontry People When In town take your meals at tbe Star Restaurant, 830 Court Street, ad joining Wade's hardware store. Meals at all hours, IS cent. Phone 801 Red. j ,i -? 4, -1 BAB33RIE3. Capital Bakery- Ullora & Rutherford, proprietors, 430 Oourt streot. Fresti bread, pica and enkoa "dally. Macca roons, lady Angers, nngol and devil' food cake, candioa, nuts, ote. Delir Mties tnoijo.to any part of tbe city. Phono White 821. G-ltf VETERINARY SURGEON. Dr. C. J. Korlnek Veterinary Burgeon nnd Dentist. Qraduato of Ontario Veterinary College. Honorable Mem ber Ontario Modical Socloty. Ofllco nt, Lowo'a Capital Stables. Phone Main 1001, Calls attended to prompt ly. 4-18-lm A&OUITEOT. W. D. rugh Architect and Mperh tendent, plana furnlsiiod for all elate ea of building and structural work. Office U0 8tato strcot, Tioga, bloelc, Salem, Oregon. DRAYMEN. Whito & Cummins, do a goneral dray, and transfe buslnoss, meet M trains, 'tfhones, down tows, Mh 2181, rosldoncos, Bluo IE, rod 207$. Stand 218 Oommorslal street 8-lS-la. LODGES, Salem Camp, No. lie, WoDUtaon of Um World Moots in Ilolman Hall overy Friday at 7t30 p. m. L. R. Stlnsoa, consult P. 1$, Frasor, olerk. Foresters of America Court Bhorwood Foresters No. 10. Moots Friday la Turner block. Ira Jorgonaon, O. B.f A. L. Brown, Soe. Central Lodgo No. 18, K. of P. Castle Hall Itrllohnan block, corner State and Llborty itreots. Tuesday of oaeh weok at 7t30 p. m. T. J. Cronlso, O. O.; W. I. Btaley, K. of R. and S. Modorn Woodmen of America Ore gon Cedar Camp, No. C240. Meets overy Thursday evonlng nt 8 tf'elock, Holman Hall. H. E. Matten, V. 0. .A. h. Brown, Clerk. WATER COMPANY. SALEM WATER COMPANY , OFFICE CITY HALL, For water service apply at ofllco. Bills payable monthly in advance. Mnko all complaints at the office. usi xu J m Our now Hue of 1009 wall pa per ha Just arrlvod. All latest patterns nt reasonable price. Call and sen our stock nnd bo convinced that our paper and prices dro right. Houicmbor the place, E. L Lemnlon 299 Liberty SL Phone 2475 aoao tXIIIIIIUIIIHHIIII M If A GOOD MEALI Make a person feel satisfied with themselves and the whole world. Thoso are the kind of meals wo servo. Quick service. f White House Restaurant i QEOROE BROS. State Street, Proprietors. liilUMililllliunmrtl Creeping Upwards .That's what we are doing every day. All Admit -that our rooals )e even growing better, and tho crowds aro growing larger dally. COFFEY'S RESTAURANT 205 Commercial Street Tbe Club Stables First-class Livery and Cab Line. Funeral turnouts a specialty. Tally-ho for picnics and excursion parties. Phono Main 241, Corner Liberty and Ferry. Chas. W. YannJce Prop. I FRENCH FEIMU PILLS. AUm,Cij feu Ut 9wmm Htmtwiimm, KIIMhaUu, Wlil,4UiiUUI,t.Hlllr vaf.tf.tU. u4rr. lff'iittUt4 . Iia l4 Mff rl ! U. UYrHC0ICllCO...T4,Latt. Kl. mm urn Sold in Stfem by 0, o, Mom. ' m