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DATLY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, JUNE 0, 1005.
COME AND SEE OUR Saturday Display Of Cakos and Candlos. Wlno Cako 10 aud 16c Spongo Cakos , is and 20c Angel Food . 15 and 25c Chocolate Oakca 15 and 25c Cocoannt Oakoa 15 and 25u Dougnuta ..,..t lOo doz Cup Oakos 100 doa Cinnamon Rolls 10c doz All kinds of Cookies 10c doz OUR ICE CREAM, Just Simply tho Boat Ever. LET OUR BAKERY WAGON CALL AT YOUR HOME. FULLER & DOUGLAS, Salem's Loading Grocers, Confectioners and Bakers. Fhono 2201 450400 Btato St. 4 h 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 in m 1 1 1 1 a i' !! AMUSEMENTS, jj :.iii)iiiiniiinniniii'' TONIGHT. Edison Vaudeville SHOW A OREAT IHT. Every Act Flaying tho Edison is a Iloadllucr. I'ntrons of tho Edison Inst night cor talnly got their monoy's worth, ns tho vrholo show Is as good ns nny ovor pro Rented nt this populnr littlo playhouse Ono of tho acts did not arrlvo until tho 8:10 train, so Manngor Vnnco nnd his charming wlfo, who aro known ns Uyrd and Vnnco, put on an act thoy played hero somo tlirco months ago, nnd tho crowded, yos, jammed houso cer tainly enjoyed this clover act. Tho Al vinos nrrivod in tlmo for tho second show, nnd their act is ono soldom equalled on tho vaudovlllo stago. Thoy almost mnko their bnnjos tnlk. Man nger Byrd announces that tonight thoy would put on a comody act in addition to tholr banjo turn, nnd they havo cer tainly demonstrated that thoy nro clover enough to do almost anything Tho Dorcl Sisters prcsorit ono of tho neatest sister acts in vaudovlllo. it in mm 11 mm in 1 1 n New Edison Theatre F. J. Byrd, Manager. Jlonday, Tuesday nnd Wodnesday. ADOROI BISTERS, Soubrottos and Dancors. M'COY AND KNIGHT, Farlor Kutortainers of Rcflnod Mln- strolsy. ED. MORRISSEY, Novelty Dancor, Monologlst, Costomong. or nnd Club Swinger. ID3LEN VANCE, Illustrnted Song, Entitled "Down Whoro tho Swoot Arbutus Orows." EDISONOSCOrE, Always Something Now in Motion Pictures. Matlneo Wednosday at 3:15 p. m. Excursion Rates. During th Lewis and Clark Hxposl tlon the O. C. T. Co. will make a rate of 75 eonts to Portland, round trip 1. Tlekets good for 10 days. Boats loav Ing dally. o a. is r o aa. xaL . Sum tli TMKtodYetHarsAhvarsBoti: otuu - SYl , sr- of K-&f7X -CUrJiJiAA s&r YOUR Stationery AN INDEX TO YOUR BUS I NE S S Wo print the kind of Stationery that will glvo Yoim Business a good standing. Let ua figure with you EUIOTT Phone 2053 i i C E C R E A Clean Ice Cream Patz Ice Cream The best for your dinner delicacy send for our famous Harelwood Jco cream. It's pure. It 'a clean. It's tho best. Free delivery. 2H0HB 2301 MAIN. BREWER DRUO 00. COMING COLLEGE EVENTS Tho month of Juno is nlwnys n live ly ono In college circles, Commence ment days are upon us, and tho long months' of hard study nro ovor, and tho students nro looking forwnrd to tho many Interesting ovents. Tho Wlllamctto University commence ment began Monday ovonlng, May 20th, nt tho graduato recital of tho Collogo of Orntory, nnd from this on thero will bo something of Intorcst every ovonlng. Tho trnck meet Saturday, Juno 10th, will bo n big ovont, as largo nurabors of studonts, ns well as friends, from tho U. of O., O. A. O. am Pacific Collogo will bo hero. It Is to bo held on tho fnir grounds, Sunday morning tho bnccalnurcnto sormon will bo preached by Rov. Bishop David N. Moore, D. D., at tho First M. K. church, at which tlmo tho ontiro Wlllamctto University will bo prcsont. In tho ovonlng nt tho samo ploco tho "Rov. D. II. Kimball, pnstor of tho Vin cent M. E. church of Spoknno, Wash ington, will preach. Noxt wcok will bo Commencement wcok proper. Tho most Important day to tho studonts will bo Thursday, Juno lGth, which Is class dny.v Tho exer cises of tho day will bo on tho campus. In tho ovonlng at tho Methodist church will occur tho sixty-first annunl com moncemont graduation of tho '05 class of tho College of Liberal Arts of tho University. Tho clnss roll Is as follews: Ezrn Klnnoy Miller, Edgar Francis Avcrlll, Llla Vinson SwnfTord, George Eugcno Whipple, Burgess Frnncls Ford, nnd Paul Worth Beach. Tho nddrcss tb tho clnss will bo given by Hon. 0. K. Wolvorton, LL.D., chief Justice supreme court of Oregon. Tho commonccmont exorcises of tho Oregon Agricultural Collogo will bo hold this coming wcok. Thoy nro al ways vory Interesting and n largo num ber of pooplo attond. Tho progrnm for tho wook Is ns follews: Thursday, Juno 8th 8:00 p in. Dolmto between Utopian nnd Sorosls soclotlcs, for the cup. Col Collcgo chapel. Friday, Juno Oth. 8:00 p. m. Exorcises of Department of Elocution and Physical Culture. Op era houso. Saturday, Juno 10th. 8:00 p. m. Commoncomont oxorclses of Department of Instrumental Music. Colelgo chnpol. Sunday, Juno 11th. 10:-)5p. in. Baccaluuroato sormon. Rov. Elwln Ij. Houso, D. D. Armory. 3:00 p. m. Mooting of Young Men's and Young Womon's Christian Associa tions. College chape), Monday, Juno 12th. 8:00 p. m. Exorcises of Department of Vocal Music. Collcgo chapel. Tuesday, Juno 13th. 2:00 p. m. Class day oxcrclses. Col lego campus. 8:00 p. m. Senior play. Opera houso. Wednosday, Juno 14th. 10:00 a. in. Commencement. Armory. 3:00 p, m. Buslnoss meeting of the alumni. Collcgo chapel. 8:00 p. m. Exercises of nlumul. Ar mory. Tho Salem public school closo this evening. Tomorrow there will bo exam inations at tho East school, and tho re port cards will bo given out in all the schools Friday morning, at 0 o'clock. Thero aro no graduating exercises this year, as thero is no class from tho high school who havo finished tho grades. Tho school year has been very successful in all the schools, and thero aro but few who will not bo promoted. Some Btrango Names, Call a girl a chick nnd sho smiles; call a woman a hen and sho howls. Call a young woman a witch and she is pleased; call an old woman a witch and sho is indignant. Call a girl a kitten and sho rather likes it; call a woman a cat and she hates you. Women aro quoer. If you call a man a gay dog it will flatter him; call him a pup, a hound or a cur and ho will try to alter the map of your face. He doesn't mind being called a bull or a bear, yet ho will object to being mentioned as a calf or a cub. Men aro queer, too. Kansas City Journal, IMItMMMIM' m S0UTHWICK JX)MING Great Shakesperlan Inter preter to Appear in Rich ard the III, June 9 Salem Is to bo congratulated In hav ing the opportunity of hearing Honry Lawrence Southwlck. Thero Is no oth er Shnkcspcrlnn reador boforo tho pub lic today who holds ns high a placo in the estimation of tho people. Unfortu nately when ho appoared hero last year, only a few availed themselves of tho opportunity of hearing him, but thoso who did could not say enough in praiso of his work, lloro Is what tho press and somo of tho great mon nnd women say of him: Mr. Southwlck hold mo spellbound. Mrs Mary A. Llvormoro. Henry L. Southwlck justly boprs tho reputation of being ono of the most accomplished Shnkcspcrlan scholars and teachers of tho present tlmo. Hon. John W. Dickinson. Professor Southwlck held his hoar crs steadily undor tho spelt of his matchless gonluB. Ho is moro than a dramatic reador. In his work glows tho deeper, steadier light of tho nrtlst with tho loftiest conception of life's best culture. Fort Wnyno (Ind.) Sentinel. Tho "Richelieu" might havo been better done, but I ennnot conccivo it. It stirred nnd moved mo moro than I know how to express. I came away as from n most lmprosslvo religious sor vlcn where you had bocn tho eloquent prenchor.-Willtnm J. Rolfc, A. M. Professor Southwlck Is n man of del icate, truo and suro intellectual per ception, a scholar as well as a student, a judicious expositor, a sound roasonor, and nn Inspiring toachcr. Ho has a convincing earnestness, a telling di rectness, and a kindly humanity. Bos ton (Mass.) Courior. SOCIAL EVENTS Musical Recital. Tho music lovors of tho Cnpltnl City will havo tho opportunity of attending ono of tho best treats in tho musical line this season, at tho recital given by tho pupils of Miss Bentrlco Sholton, nt tho M. E. church this ovonlng. Besides tho Instrumental numbers, Miss Lois Peebles, ono of Salem's swootcst singr orS will rendor a vocnl solo. Tho second recital will bo glvon to morrow (Wednesday ovening) nt which tlmo tho Misses Vorclor, two tnlonted young violinists, pupils of William Wal Inco Graham,wlll assist. Miss Bortha Howltt, reador, will also bo on tho progrnm. Both tho recitals begin at 8 o'clock, and tho public is cordially in vited to bo present. ' Musical Recital. Tho seventh annual rocital of tho Collego of Music wits held at tho First M. 'E. church last evening, and was attended by a largo crowd of music lov ors. Tho program, undor tho diroctlon of Doan Soley and Prof, Nowberry, was vory ontcrtainlng, and each numbor was rendorod in a most satisfactory manner, showing tho result of carof ul study. In tho rendition of tho num-j bers tho cloar technique nnd the correct' interpretation wero wonderfully ! played. Special praise is bostowod upon the instrumental numbers glvon by Miss Chloo Bashor, Ethol Thomas and Lena Uelso. Tho other instrumental ploccs wero given by Ollvo Motcalf, Lucy Par sons, Anna Humo and Frances New combe, and were also very good. Vocal solos wero rendered by Miss Mary Davidson, Miss Mlnnetta Magers, Arthur Qrlnnel, Arthur Boeschan and Ralph Zercher, and wero listened to with much ploasuro. Entertained Friends. Mrs. N. H. Looney,-of tho reform school entortnlned about 25 of ber lady friends today. They went up on tho noon train, and will return on tho aftor noon train, Mrs, Looney is an ideal hostess, and a very cnjoynblo tlmo will be had. A. O. U. W. Election. Protection Lodgo, No. 2, A; 0. U. W., held its semi-annual election Monday night, electing tho following officers, whose torms will begin July 1st: Past master, Erail Donaldson, M. W., S. A. MeFadden; Foreman, D, P. Wright; Overseer, 0. J. Donaldspn, Recorder, J. A. Sell wood; Financier, John Molr; Re ceiver, J. S. Pembcrton; I, W., Frank Davey; O. W., It. O, Donaldson; trus tees, P. II. Raymond, William Buck and O. Stols. This election followed close on the consolidation of the two lodges, and tho new officers aro from both old lodges. W. R. Porker, deputy stock Inspector for Eastern Oregon, porformed the un equalled feafj of dipping at the McCarty place near Baker City, 6000 head of sheep from Harney county in one day. Salem Woolen Mill Stoe. ROBERTS $3 HATS H li I it l n 1 1 1 1 ii i it n 1 1 ii. I STATE SOCIAL NEWS Hiiiiniiiiiiniiiiiiiii' Woodburn, Lyman Shoroy, who is nttcndlng school In Portland, spent Sunday at his home In this city. Miss Eva Richmond, of Cottngo drove, Is visiting hor sister, Mrs. Ernost Armcs, for a fow woeks. Sydnoy Morrison ontertnlnod tho members of tho Tiger Club at his homo ono ovening last wcok. Mr. L. W. Guorln nnd family loft for Northorn California, whoro thoy will mako tholr futuro home, Mrs. F. W. Gilbert, of Portland, wns tho guest of P. L. Konady, of Locust Orovo, for n short tlmo last wock. Miss Mabel Konady ontcrtalnod n fow of hor friends Tuesday ovonlng In hon or of hor guost, Miss' Mildred Parr,, of Pratum. Miss Edith MofTet, of Portland, has roturned to this city, and will visit with hor sister, Mrs. Roy Kolsoy, for somo tlmo. Charles Bonnoy returned from Klamath Falls, Wednesday, ond will re main horo for somo tlmo with his wlfo nnd family, Rov, D. H. Leech went to Eastern Oregon for a short tlmo last wook, re turning Friday. Ho was accompanlod by his wlfo, who will visit for sovcral woeks. Vernon Tomllnson, of U. of 0., spont Wednesday with his mother, Mrs. Lot- tio Tomllnson, on his way to Soattlo, whoro ho roprosontod Oregon In tho In ter stato oratorical contest botweon Idaho, Washington nnd Oregon, Among thoso attending tho oponlng of tho Lewis and Clark fair from Wood burn wero P. L. Kenady, Mrs, n. L. Qlllnnd and son nnd daughtor, Wayne nnd Virginia, Molllo Maxfleld, Mabel Konady, Lucy Morcom, Oscar and Cy rus Price, Tracy Poorman, Colonel J. M. Poorman, nnd Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Soulcs. Dr. F. J, Stowo, doan of tho school of orntory, Cumberland University Leba non, Tenn., occupied tho pulpit of the Presbyterian church Sunday morning, and tho M. E. church Sunday ovening, Ho will deliver a lecturo on "Views of Llfo" in tho Association Hall Wodnes day evening, June 7th. Dr. Stowo Is an entertaining and Instructive speak er, and Is well worth hoarlng. Prlco of admission to tho lecturo Wednesday night is 25 and 15 cents. Juno 10th, Woodburn day at tho fair, is being arrangod for by the Womon's Club, of this city. Mayor Beebo has appointed Mrs. A. E. Austin, president of tho Woman's Club, as hostess for that day, Mrs, Austin has selected Mrs. O. H. Beebo, Mrs. F. W. Settle mler and Mrs. H. L. QUI to assist her, and also 30 young women as aides to distributing roses. Walter L. Tooze will respond to tho address of welcome in Festival Hall. Tho following com mittees have been appeinted: Transpor tation 8. T. Johnson, n. J. Altnow. Publicity Captain 0. D. Henderson, Dr. W. A, Leonard, H. L. QUI. Decora tions Dr. E. W. Flnzer, D. H. Bom boff, B. E. nardcastle. Badgos Mrs. Grant Corby, Mrs. Fred Dose, Miss Madge Casey, Finance Mayor G. n. Beebe, Col. J. M. Poorman, Refresh mentsMrs. J, M. Poorman and aides. OTnTiDRBrT CRT FOR OASTOBZA. FLBTOHBR'S If You Want Quality Gome to the Woolen Mill State Have you seen our new sultst Handsome styles, every ono thorn. You'll hardly know which ono to chooso. Somo doublo-broastod, othors elnglo. It Is hard to beat tho plain grays for popularity. Brown and Oxford mix tures; also, blaok worstod and tho popular bluo sorgo.. A large soloctlon In clthor two or thrco-ploco suits. H&hetdasfaety Horo's -whoro tho man who Is particular about his haberdashery can al ways got THE THING. Shirts, nookwear, undcrwonr, hosiery, gloves, collars, suspondcrs, bolts, etc., otc. Supposo you como and soo about it. Our prlcos will bo satisfactory Thoy always arc. ' ' Soq that you havo thoT Roberts labol in your hat. Best $3.00 hat on tnrth. That Dralnago Oaso. Tho Pnrkorsvillo dralnago matter was up tbts morning in tno circuit court, In tho matter of contempt pro ceedings. A motion to strlko a por tion of tho ploadlngs was sustalnod. This afternoon tho mnttor of tho con tempt was tnken up, nnd Is bolng tried out on its merits or domorlts. Sound 'business practice is as important, here, as the wealth of nature. Schilling's Best is the basis of it in Ma mSm tplcM B.rorinf attract! at your grocer's and money back. Umatilla county has gained 10,240 acres In tho adjustment of tho south lino of tho south lino of tho county, which was changed by Senator 0. J, Smith's bill in tho last legislature The Cheapest Place j in Salem to Buy GOOD GROCERIES is at A. L. HARVEY'S Cor. Court and Commercial Sts. Phone 98 1 Get Oar Prices and You will he Convinced New Milliner v Twst Dress Hats the very the best. Prices most reasonable. New Flowers, New Foliage, New Buckles. See our stock for the latest in Millinery Art. New Millinery, New Laces, Exquisite Patterns. White Duck Street Hats with Lewis and Clark 'lowest in Oregon. ROSTEIN & GREENBAUM DRY GOODS, OXOTOTNO AND JUIAINERW 298 and 300 Commercial St Salem rjyuAlJUBtJUftMIMtMMSSKtVtVVininavnvwn-w.i ROBERTS $3 HAT EXCURSION RATES During tho Lewis and Clark; oxposltlon tho 0. C. T. Co. will mako tho following ratot Salem to Portland, ono way, 75 eonts; round trip, $1.00. Tickots good for ten days. Boats leaving daily. M. F. BALDWIN, Afft. Dock Foot of Trade Stroot Bicycle Roprcsont all that's good In eycledom Thero Is nothing better on tho -market, no matter what tho price. Evcrylasting bearings, unbreakable fork crowns, handsomo frames, Knot best quality, equipment easy, quiet run ning, Thcso aro n few of tho roasons why Tribunes contiuuo to soil to tho critical buyors. The Cushion Ffame Spring Fotfc PIERCE Is a most luxurious mount, being a pioduct of ono of tho hlghost grade factories In the country. This spring lork of (heirs is an exclusive design of their own, and for positive comfort, It and the cushion framo aro tho greatoit combination yet shown. Drop in and try a spin on ono. It wont cost you anything, ond you'll know why we onthuso. F. A. Wiggins' Implement House, 255-257 Liberty St. Farm Implements, Wheels, Automo biles, Sewing Machines and Supplies. Received latest designs, materials of Wli&uAiei Bands. Our prices are ike - - - - . .