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DAILY CAPITAL JOUKf AL, RAUBM, ORBOON, TUESDAY, MAY 1, 1000.
HHTTT f itf . .:' M 55 kl "a, m 'b 31 I f CI AfTY f -without sticky, fingers ire. ir Taffy rapped. Chew way. hood WAY 3LEAN WAY. & DOUGLAS, Ing Grocers, Confection- ns State Street. sum 182-187 1 IOE OBEAM. from tho dairy to oiir perfect Ico cream. THE BEST. tyStaMe Supplies H fto Saft Chamios, DfMe Sponges Ate 6r Specialty Gross Pharmacy, Gtajia Opea Hotise :jwd JOHX 3. COBDBAY, Mgr. Oh9v week, beginning MONDAY, APRIL 30TH The.Lycecm Theatre Co. WUtf Jane Kelton and a superb cast in high-class playe: Tuesday? "At Piney Ridge." Wednesday "Tho Fatal Wedding." Thursday "Dora Thome." Friday "A Texas Ranger." Saturday'Frionds." Complete-" scenic and electric produc tion of ,ach play. BxtraVaudcvillo features, includiag tWtfejge. Keleoy Sister, May Fleming tieithlte Kelcey Sisters, May Fleming 'rriee 10c, 20c, 30c no higher. - Grand Opera House JHO. F. CORDRAY, Mflr. Illllilllllllllillllll ffx ALL THIS WEEK. A THE LYCEUM THEATRE Company H;; Jane Kelton ami a superb Miiai high-class plnya. Extra vaude vlll.Jfwfcurcs between acts. lh, 10c, 20c, 30c. No hlghe . a&j 5 .-pftftffi tno nicmbors of tho state con- tnfMimittce at Portland tho other Vr$m9 J. K. Blnkesley, of St. Hel- im4M9fa fntucr wns a pioneer of 1S49. "ffit motlier Thercsa Matt- nis fath' apait located a claim in the Waldo jndwHich ho turned over to Dan TW; 'and then locatod on Butte MKdk, Blakcsloy learned his letters of tsMpHiHUi who is. now Justice Moore, if poor country school teacher i3 -w no shoes, but went to bis ped duties clad in gum boots full Youncr Blakcsloy is a man Jiiienco and influence in Bepubll ells in Columbia county. ty DO YOU ASK all yon have to do i to' phone jhmI tret the right kind of lumber at Iiguv yimv hu 4ub va uuv, nv build yen bonte for you If you -Lku m.. ! ,et fuel lumber co, LYCEUM THEATER COMPANY They Captured the Audience Last Night, and if You Go You Will Stay the Week The opening play at the Grand Opera House last evening by the Lyceum Theatre Company was "Wifo for Wife," and tho large number of Salem people present saw something that was "good." Miss Jane Kelton, as lead ing, lady, took the part of "Edith Wal ton," ami was a favorite throughout tho evening. Her superb form and stage presence, together with her realistic Acting, was thoroughly appreciated. Sr-e is supported by an excellent cast. H. B. Carpenter, as 'Edith's wife, was good. Arthur H. Ashby and Lawrence Williams, as "Richard Singleton, anl "Goorge,"'the mulatto, were the vil lains, and were-excellent. The comedy role was furnished by Zellah Covington and with his "greatest play that way o' or written," and his attempts at reading it, made a great deal of merri ment. Miss Koso Wilbur, as "Grace Courtwright," Barney's sweetheart, was also good. Daniel Gilfeathor, as "Dr. Vornon.i" the Frenchman, was good, ns was also Miss May Fleming, as "Aunt Eupremla," whose vain at tempts to win the doctor caused much amusement. During the four acts several special ties wcro Introduced, which were well entertaining. Miss May Fleming sang "My Yankee Irish Girl" and "Making Eyes" in a charming way. and made quito a hit. Tho three Ko! sey Sisters also pleased their audience with their net, which was new and l'ght-footed as spring. They are grace ful and sing delightfully. The company will bo here all this week, and It Is safe to say they will play to full houses, as everyono will go again and bring their friends. o State News Crook county Socialists have made their ticket for the coming election. The Dufur baseball team defeated Tho Dalles team Sunday by a scoro of 17 to 0. The Eastern Oregon high school track meet will bo brought to Pendlc ton this year. It was to have been held) at Union, but they havo with drawn. La Grando and Baker City both havo fine teams. J. P. Tuffs, of Grants Pass, a pioneer of tho early 50s, died at his homo at that placo Saturday, and tho burial took placo Sunday, under tho auspices of tho Masonic fraternity, of which he was a member for many years. "SadgE' SHARPLES' TUBULAR CREAM SEPARATOR $20 CUT IN PRICE Now is the proper timo to buy a sep arator to get the best uso of it. Many of tho farmers who havo been debating tho questlou for several years have usually reached a conclusion, and bought a Sharpies. The new prices aro doing the work. Drop in and note the advantages of the low supply can that requires no lad der or box to reach. The long, smooth bowl that keeps the milk in it rotating at a high speed long enough so that there aro no complicat ed parts needed inside, and the washing trouble is thus eliminated. The enclosed gears are running in oil, and this Is far better than the oil cup that is required op other machines, that the operator often forgets to turn on or off. If you can't como send for catalogue and, other matter. Machines sold on easy Installment. F. A. Wiggins IMPLEMENT K0U8Z. 255-367 Liberty BteMt. Farm Implewesst WkMta, Afctosso- biles, Sewlag MaehlsM Aid Supplies'. "s-rrl-' A PROMINENT EDUCATOR Declares Vinol Is tho Best Cod Liver Oil Preparation. There has been a good deal of dis cussion in Salem regarding tho merits of cod liver oil preparations, and andl whether or not cod liver oil and emulsions that upset tho stomach havo any medicinal, virtue; therefore, tho following letter from M. A. Cassldy, superintendent of schools, Lexington, Kr.. will be read with interest: "I am pleased to state that after having used and tested the ditlerent cod liver oil preparations on the mar ket, I finil Vlnol to be far superior to them all. It is palatable and pleasant to tho taste, In fact, tho oily, fishy tasto of cod liver oil Is done owny with entirely, and the curatlvo and strengthening properties of Vlnol arq trulv remarkable. Vlnol built up my system, strength ened my nerves and mado a new man of me, and I heartily endorse It ns tho most efllcaxlous and" agreeablo cod livor oil preparation on the market." Our local druggists, G. W. Putnam Co., when asked their opinion In re gard to Vinol, replied, "Wo firmly bo lievo Vlnol to bo tho best preparation of cod liver, therefore, tho greatest strength creator and health restorer known to medicino today. Wo havo never sold anything in our store equnl to Vinol to build up the system, strengthen tho nerves, euro indigestion, chronic coughs, colds, bronchitis and in cipient consumption, or to mako grow ing children robust and givo strength and vigor to tho agod, and to make the weak strong and the sick well." It Is for this reason that wo offer to givo back the money in every ense whero it falls. G. W. Putnam Cn. Removal Notice. Waters Bros., who havo been occupying oftlco rooms with tho Salem Abstract & Land Co., havo removed their olllco to Boom 10, Phono 10, over Ladd & Bush's bank. Prank W. Waters and Prod B. Waters constituting tho firm of Waters Bros., respectfully beg to call tho at tention of their patrons and friendB to this notico of removal. Personals Mrs. "Frank Davey has returned from a visit with Portland frlcuds.' Dr. Withycombe, Republican nominee for Governor, Is in tho city today. O. K. Spauiuing returned last oven ing from a business visit iu Portland. James Lane, of Harrisburg, returned homo to.'ny, after n visit with frleuds here. John Stoiwer and Win, L, Jones are among tho citizens of Jefferson In tho city today. Attorney Thomas Brown, of Wood bum, was in tho city yesterday trans acting biiinos. Clyde Muson has returned from spending n few days at Seaside with Eastern frionds. Miss Bernieo Hobcrts, of Albany, re turned home last evening, after spend ing the day here. Colonel and Mrs. Page left this mcruing for Drain, whoro they will visit for jovoral days. Miss Laura Shaw, one nf the mirct of the Samaritan Hospital, went to Portland todny for a visit. Fred A. Kurtz has succeeded J. A Slmpson in tho Dee & Simpson meat mnrket. The new firm will bo Dee & Kurtz. Cloud Fryer, a member of tho 1000 graduating olass from tho University medical department, went to Chemawu on tho morning train. Miss Minnie Ireton, who recently re signed her position as stenographer in tho secretary of state's office, went to Portland today on a visit. Mrs. W. J. Gnlbreath, who has been visiting friends and relatives here, left this morning for her home in Prairie City, Grant county. O. W. VanPelt, attorney for tho Anti-Saloon Leaguo, is in the city to arrange concerning tho local option law before the supremo court today. Jack Davis, one of the popular sales men representing a New York concern, who has been in Salem for several days, was among tho northbound pas sengers today. Governor Chamberlain was at Echo yesterday and delivered an oddn-s at the third annual May day picnic and carnival, held there. The governor spoke on "The Btate." Rev. D. Errctt, Frank Churchill and Cecil McCulloch went to tho stato con vention of the Christian church, which meets In Portland today, as delegates from the First Christian church of this city. Father Gregory, O. S. B., of the church of the Sacrodi Heart, in Port fend, was visiting Father Moore, of St. Joseph's church, yesterday. Today he is viiiting friends at the Mt- Angel college. Style and Durability mmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm mm iw The teal att of suit baildmg tte stylish outline of construction which looks smart and stays that way until you ate through with the suit-all combined in out suits. We have the style you want in the sie that fits you best. We have a tailor to make any alterations to fit you perfectly, and it costs you nothing more. SUITS $12.50Ito $25.00 TOPCOATS $J3.50Ito $18.00 You have never seen the beat of our new line of Roberts $3.00 Salem Woolen Mill Stote W. E. Simpson, wifo and children, of Dufur, are visiting his parents near Al bany. Ills father Is A. H. Simpson, and" he has two uncles on tho Lucklamuto Mr. Slmpton having boon born In Polk county, and with his wifo Hvedi in Sa lem for a tine. Ho is an Evangelical minister, and will- attend tho Oregon conferenco at Salem May 8th. It will bo held In tho Evangelical church on Seventeenth streot, and Bishop Wm, Horn will preside. Mao Hofer and James Mott nro homo from Stanford University, whoro their terms were cut short by tho earth quake, both having all tho experience they want lu that line, but, llko all tho other students, thoy bono to return when school opens In tho fall. Prof. W. C. Hawley, Republican nom Ineo for congress, went to Portland to day on a political mission. Tomorrow he will bo ono of tho spoakcrs at the Champoeg celebration. Mr. Hawley In tendH to make n thorough canvass of tho district iu tho iuterost of tho statr( ticket. Mr. and Mrs. Goodnll. tho parents of tGeorgo O. Goodnll, seorctary to Judge Bailey, who recently wont for a visit to Cnllfornla, will not return to Ore gon, for they havo purchased a homo at Auburn, Cul., Intending to live thore permanently. Wnltor Greone, formorly employed at the Wlllamotto hotel, returned last ev ening from Portland, where ho was en gned in gathering supplios and pro visions for the California Fiifforers. Ho is accompanied by a friend, Albert Stewart, of Portland, who nlso was in the relief work carried on in Portland for the California sufferora. Portland papers contain writeups praising the boys for the effective work thoy did, A Mountain of CJold Could not bring an much happiness to Mr. Lucia Wllko of Curolino, Wis., as did ono "Sc box of Bucklcn's Arnica Salve, when it completely cure-el a run nlng sore on her leg,'whlch had tortured, her 3lbug yeamr Groirtust antlwptlQ healer of piles, wound and sores. 25 cobto at J. C. Perry's drug store Something for Oharpshootera. 'Charleston, fi. C.(.May J .The an nual AchueUonft-st under the auspice of tho German rifle club of this city mot here today with a good attend ance. The German sharpshooters wJU contest for a number of valuable priz es? The king of the tournament, that Wj the rifleman muking the best score, will receive, In addition to the hand tome medal, a cash prize of $50, Brooklyn, N. Y., May 1. The state rile range at Creeduioro, L. I., wst opened for the season today and the range waa occupied by the First and Second batteries and1 the First com pany signal corps of Manhattan. The first Brooklyn day will be tomorrow, wVen the Third battery and tbo Sec ond signal corps will be assigned to tbd range. ! JjUnapolls, Md., ,M -,!. T state rlo range "at Glenbornlo, Anno Artta' del county, was opened for practice to'day and will remain opes until Oe toiler 31. ' ' MARKET QUOTA TIONS TODAY "Mako Salem n Good Horn Market" Poultry At Stelnera Market EggsPer dozen, 15c. Chlckons ll12c. Fry 1018c. Ducks lOo. Poultry, Eg,0. EC. Hggs Por dozen, 'MHiC. Buttor, retail SOc. t Hono 10011c. -4 Frya-12Wc. Goeso Sc. Ducka Oc. Fruit, Vegetables, Etc. Potatoos 2C30c. Onions 2Vj to 3c. Tropical Fruita. Bannnas 5c por pound. Ornngos $3 60. Lomons-$4.50 $5.00. Livo Stock Market. Steers 3 Vi3Jic. Cows 3c. Shcop 4i. Drcsed Veal C0c. Fat Hogs 0Vi0iJc. Grain and Food. Baled clover 18. Cheat $7.00. Timothy-99.G0. '" Oats 43IOc. Gralnja. Bran $20. Shorts $22. Salem Flouring Mill. Whsnt 00c. Flour-$3.00. 'I Portland Markot Wheat Club, 70c. Valley J800e. Bluestcm 7071c. Oats Cholco whllo-$27.50. Mlllstuff Bran $17. Hay Tlmothy-$12. Potatoos C000c. Poultry Avorago old hens, 14 ll'jc; mixod chickens, 13llc; broil 15c; mixod chicken", l.'lllc; broil ers, 22j30c; young roosters, 12 chickens, 15lB&c; turkoys, livo 17 18c; turkoys, dressed, choice, 21 i'24c; gecsd, livo, pound, 10c; geese, dressod, por pound, 10 He; ducks, JHE WORKINGMAN'S SHOES The workingman vyanls a good looking, comfortable and serviceable shoe at a moderate price. We - Have - Them They are made of nothing ' are jbuiU to do, We make a specialty of shoes for Working men and We guarantee these shoes. $1.50, $2.00 and $31.00 The workingman, who gives our shoes a trial wM come t here for his sttoes afterwwrdi. , tf SALEM'S BIG SHOE STORE OREGON SHOE COMPANY THESHOERS u. M CopyrlsMltOS P. Kuppnhlmr Co. l Chto.go 17c; pigeons, $1$2; squabs $2$3. '-. Pork Dressod 0OVic -Beof Dressed, C0c. Mutton Dressed G7o. -Hops Oregon 1005 810o; old,' Cyj7c. Wool 1005 clip, valloy, coarso to medium, 242(lc; Eastern Oregon, 15 0o, Buttor Fancy Creamery 17Hi(9! COo; storo, 1515c. -Mohair 2330c, WnLlTARY A OEEAT DANOEB. Ool. Wood Said Americana Should D ? pend on Olvll Authorities. k . t , VL'It Is a dnngoroji tendency of th American peoplo to depend upon (ho infiltary-lnstead of. tho .clvll-nuthorli tlei for tho mnlntennnco of ordor in times of great stress," said Colonel C. K. 8. Wood, In n locture to tho Poo plo's Forum lu Portland Monday. Colonel Wood based his remark on tho alleged looting nnd wilful shooting by, soldlors in San Francisco., "Especially dangerous is tho prnc tci of calling on tho raw stato mllltla 'in an emergency. Tho militiaman wltl a rlllo in a monnco. Ho is filloi) with n sonso of Irresponsible power, and i not enough of a soldier to rospoct his superiors or exerdso lelf control." Colonel Woods' vlows woro gonornlly eupportod by other' speakers' In the open discussion following. i ' O i- Prlcon hlght audi quality bott at Far riugtou's market. 4-l Statu street. O Bmis ths BtgMUrs of ASVOXIXA. y; Ihj Klnij )n Haw Unji BMgkt 4ni iMimn tmiaii im NOTICE. 4 Tho Capital National Bonk. '. , Is transacting its San Fran- ', ', clsoo business through, and, draw- ) ) ing drafts on tbo First National Bank of Oakland, where its out- ! standing drafts on San Francisco ; ) will bo cashed on presentation. ; Drafts on San, Francisco re celvcd for collection, only, with ! ! dqmaiul and noiico duly waived. ) J. 6 1 1 UtWH Hi H' I M- W 4 rsr: i but good solid leather, and good service.; , j.i hf '1 t .