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78 U v , . Qh 'i ' rr DAILY CAPITAL jduRNAL. 8ALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, OCTOBER t, 1905. Dinner Set Special On Decorated and White Semi Porcelain. Also China 42-plecc sot, regular prico 5.00, now g 400 68-pIcco set, regular prico $8.20 now 665 Fine Decorated Patterns B8plceo eot, regular price $8.00, now. 08-piceo set, regular prico $10.00, now. 7-40 800 Still Fine Decorated Patterns 58-pieco get, regular prices $12.20 and $13.50 now your choico for 10-00 New is the time to come and see the Good and Large As sortment. The prices are made to make quick sales, and a ran on our big stock. This is an opportunity to obtain a nice set for a little money. The regular price 'quoted are true, and the special prices will give the buyers an idea of what they can save at this sale. These special prices will j be iof only a limited time. Yokohama Tea Co. Phone Main 67 FREE DELIVERY l Notice to Taxpayers. Tho last half paymont of the taxes for tbo year 1004 will becomo delin quent on Monday ovonlng, October 2, 1005. Fay boforo that tlmo to avoid penalty And Interest. Taxpayers who havo paid no part of tbo 1004 taxes and all othor taxpayors are notified that shortly after tbo above dato thero will bo other costs In addition to tbo penalty and lntorest on unpaid toxos. Ploaso tako notico and pay promptly. W. J. CULVER, Shorlff and Tax Collector. 0-25to-oct3d 2t-w WANTED SOME MOW IfotKth Slfiutut 8 .iivonxA. III Kind Yon Hiw Mori & 'ma Albuquorquo, Bopt. 80. After a chaso extending across the contlnont & spe cial officer of tho Santa Fa railway ar rested Gcorgo W, Barrett last night at Thornton, on tbo chargo of blackmail ing prominent railway magnates, and capitalists in difforont parts of the country. It la alleged Barrett wroto threatening lottors to Paul Morton, president of tho Equitable, in which ho demanded $5000. On hia porson woro fount) letters from big trust compan ies in St. Louis, Now York and Chica go. Barrett is a negro, nnd apparently of flno education. IIo put up a desper ate light, but was overpowered. IIo claims Clovcland as his home, and says ho is working for John D. Rockofoller. Tbo indications aro ho is demented, and ho will bo oxamined as to his sanity. Commencing September 1st The Southern Pacific will ecll special tickets to Portland and return, account Lewis and Clark" exposition; rate: One nnd one-third fare for round trip, $1.85. Limit i Thirty days, but not later than October 31, 1005. A. L. OBAIO, 8-29-tf , Gen. Pas. Agt. WILLAMETTE DEFEATED. Local Team Makes a Good Showing in tnO JULXUp. .v. -1 ..am nf 12 tO 0. thO rnn miii i ii;ui, v -- . r-.i tt.i....u- fnntiiall team Sat Htamor i um.ry ----;-: ,,. urdav defeateu me nui' V ,, " . .,- ii i n . (non for the in too ursi uctun; v. . -v.. i local team. The seorc would oe a gou i .. . . imiinr one under any crcums;nnccs, - u" the conditions which the Willamette team was forced to piny It was a re markably close game. By the hardest . , -i .t...t.... i.n cniitlinrnprfl were enabled to score only ono touchdown In each half. . , , ,, . .. i. - ro1lfnrn1n stnte tllBt tho Oregonlnns were able to go through lip jpp!!in.5 "i" ; .1 rr. nrineai lo.s.:rVh sub behind tho line,' nnd being tho first camo Umler ever piayeu ni iuun . 7 i.).. n.iu tin pTneeted. Stanford Lad the ndvnntnge of a former game this season, ana two coacucs, uv." wero two Important factors in mo win rru- .Atnvlfnliln atrtnrtMl nf the Vli ifimoifrt team was a creat surprise to the Stanford peoplo, nnd the game gives Willamette a place in football Stanford last year dofentod Oregon b the score or ao to u, .uuunoumu . .; n .,i tv,n TTnli-orHr nf California U V MUU WV w-tw.-- -- 17 to 0, A glance at these scores will bo enough to show thnt the supporters nf fhn inrtnl inn in uavc nisi cuuio iu ' proud or the snowing maue. Thn ..rt nnmn Trill tin ivltll tllO Vni verslty of California next Saturday, nt nnrbMnf. nm1. wlilln tho 'Willamette team will bo stronger by that time, It is also conceaou mat iney win uo uu ngalnst harder proposition, for Cali fornia has n much stronger team than Inst year. o Wo Can Help Both. An education along practical lines, such ns mav be secured at tho Capital' Badness Collcgo, of tbis city, is of. un told benefit to both young men nnd young women. It may mean tbo dluor enco between success and failure If interested in a training that will mako vour services worth moro In tho bust' ness world and open opportunities of promotion to you,' wo can boip you. Bend for cataloguo, or, better still visit tho school and talk with thgTprln clpal. Students nro entering dally. 0-23-tf T N SgttaSKSStKSSSBtBBBBKBBBBESXEHBKSIUMnKHHBKBBtHttHii OUT ' "Our Loss Shall Be your Gain" On the Morning of Monday, Oct. 2, '05 We will begin to close out our ENTIRE STOCK of IIAEDWAEE STOVES TINWARE NIOKLE PLATED GOODS GEANITE WABE CARPENTER'S TOOLS BUILDER'S HARDWARE BUGGIES, WAGONS WANT TO MEET JIM The Daily Journal's GreatlSpecial Sale Day SATURDAY, V 7 th i! a October A Money Saver for Subscribers. Take Advantage of this Great Offer. Our Special Offer JOtTENAIi BUBSCRIBEBJ? WILL THIS TEAR BB OIVEN A SPECIAL BARGAIN DAY, AND IT HAS BEEN SET TOR SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7. ON THAT DATE YOU CAN OET- THE DAILY JOURNAL FOR ONB YEAR, CASH IN ADVANCE, BY MAIL, TOR S3, OR BY CARRIER FOR 85. THIS IS A TLAT RE. SUCTION Or ONE DOLLAR, NOT ONLY TOR THE USB OP YOUR CASH, BUT TO SAVE US, AS WELL AS OUR SUBSCRIBERS THE TIME AND TROUBLE OP NUMEROUS PAYMENTS DURINQ THE YEAR. IT SAVES US WORK, AND IT SAVES THE SUBSCRIBERS CASH. Remember the Date Saturday Oct. 7 ALL WHO PAY UP ARREARAGES, IP THEY HAVE ANY, CAN ON THAT DATE, OET THE BENEFIT OP THE OFFER. EVEN IP YOUR 8UBS0RD?TI0N IS PAEO UP TO TBCB PRESENT TQD3 OR IN AD VANCE, YOU CAN OET THE BENEFIT OT AN ADDITIONAL YEAR ON THAT DATE. IF you OONNOT COMB TO TIDQ OFFICE ON THAT DATE, SEND THE MONEY IN SOONER, AND THE CREDITS WILL BE MADE ON THAT DATE, OCTOBER 7TH. ! Hofer Bros SALEM, I ' 1 ' 1 ' w 1 ' - Of i I ' 1 I i Portland, Sept. 30. Portland's com morclnl and business organizations aro not overly pleased, speaking generally, with tbo prospects for tho Hill banquet to bo given Monday evening nt the American Inn. A strong sentiment is aroused which is antagonistic to tho manner in which this event has been tnken from tho hnnds of tho commer cial bodies nnd tbo directorship as sumed by tho Lewis and Clark exposi tion officials. Tho principal reason is slgnod for this ill-feeling is that tho bnnquet will bo made a social affair, nnd tbo invitation list contains but 000 names, whilo a largo number of porsons, including prominent shippers, bankers, merchants and financiers are anxious to meet Mr. mil nnd recelvo him ns would fittingly show tho esteem in which ho is held hero as the promot er of a project in building the north bank road, which stands foremost among tho factors for future develop ment of the Northwest. Tbo following statement of President JI. M. Cake, of the Commercial Club, shows in a largo measure the prevalent sentiment. ITe saidt Tho character of the entertainment, wo respectfully submit, is wrong. The people should have had an opportunity to meet Mr. nilL I am confident that n public reception would have brought out 5000 and more people, any one of whom would have been eager to meet Mr. Hill, but I do not believe that a 600-pIato spread at the American Inn will bo any measure of the popularity that tho people of Portland would like to extend to Mr. Hill. I deem It r. ceedingly proper that the hospitality oi mo ony or rortland should1 be ex tended under the auspices of thn tl and Clark exposition, but that it shnnl.i be in the form of a welcome broad enough to meet the demands of tfc n.. caslon, and include the commercial and industrial life of the city." OREGON. a)asjiweanHsa0- j j , a j.ljold Oust Flour Made by THE SIDNEY POW ER COMPANY, Sidney, Ore gon, Made for family use. Ask your grocer for it Bran and horts always on hand. P. B. Wallace AGENT MTfgijsjBl.gg BRICK uric; mrnuned in lai n, .ui quantities. Pressed brick made to or. der. Yard, oa State itnt ..... .. penitentiary. AND ALL FARM IMPLEMENTS IN FACT OUR ENTIRE LINE MWI CO REGARDLESS OP COST. WE HAVE DECIDED TO QUIT BUSINESS IN SALEM AND IN OS- DEE TO CLOSE IT UP QUICK WE WILL MAB2S YOU PRICES HETEl BEFORE OFFERED IN THIS CITY. OUR GOODS ARE ALL JTCT AND THE VERY LATEST AND BEST THAT MONEY WILL BUI, ALL OP WHICH MUST CO AT SOME PRICE. COME IN AT 0KCB AND SEE US D? YOU NEED ANYTHING IN OUR UNE. WB MEAS BUSINESS. I Manning& Fetgasosx HARDWARE AND IMPLEMENT DEALERS, SALEM, ORE. SCHOOL DAYS Aro now at hand, and good senbl ablo footwear la as necessary for jkI children as booka and teachers. Ta will find our footwear especially tiifi od for growing fcot; footwear tWi durable-, neat and comfortable, In I prico and high in quality. JACOB VOG'i "BCiHtfcMI MONMOUTH BTATE NYmMAT. U Begins Its 21th year Septombor 20. THREE FULL COURSES OP STUDY. Preparing for County and State Certificates. Higher courses rewf in Washington and other states. Dpmnrt f Mnrmnf TVA4 TairflMS Loncer terms. !ilrlmr mm. .. fmt. AnnnrnnWImi for r"'' award tho Normal Graduate for his enterprise. Bohool directors spf" ate the superior ability of Monmouth graduates, and tho demand ta i i1s 4 U . .. l - .. .. .. l-l j.r?M L " ,u uppiy. opeeiai attention given to motbous worn - uu(,.auri DCU001S. Catalo&ue Contain no- FW Information. Will be sent on application, O -rrespondence invited. Addresi j J. B, V. BUTLER, aw...- t -n TiKRaLEB. Pre"! , -r-W.VM... E. D. BESSLEB, i A. L. FRASER Successors to Bnrroughs k Fraser. Plumbing, Tinning and Roofing Cornice Work, Heating and Building Work of all kinds: estlfld tuuuo una work guaranteed. 307 State Street, Salem. Phono 151L College of Music--Willamette university Opens Sept. & ffelcn I. Calbreath. B. W.. !., Frederick W. 0 Oeo Helen I. Calbreath, B. M Dean, piano; Frederick W. JjJ Joajoa, piano and plpa orgaa, Wm. Wallace Graham, BerUa, tieWJ Evelyn Hnrlev. Nw v.v ... r n r Rlem. pifc - ' -'1 HU1UHN BVUUW ilUW . SALEM BRICK YARD, A. A. BURTON, Prop.