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CAPITA JOURNAL, HAMM. ORKGON. MONDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1000. ' 8 DAILY i Here's a Storeful of Surprises When you come nnd bcc what Mils store holds for Christmas, clinnces are you'll wonder If we left nny Christinas goods pt nil for other stores to show. Yes, Indeed we did RUT (and this should Interest jou wo hnvo ennvessed the ninrkcts ns thoroughly as a broom goes through a lioiise-nt liouse-clenntng sweeping together all tho best that tho ninmifiicttircre of the world could produce, choosing thu, gooil, ignor ing tho poor or ponmionplncc. , , Wo bought with tho Intention of bringing to Ibis store all that our most exacting customers can rtcinniu.. If you wish to purchase costly gift they nro hero and If you wish to make small sums accomplish uon.i ers. vou can surely do It here vou din't need n fat and bulgy pocketbook to shop here or to buy the linest n 1 4 ! ssortinents of mcrchniidlso you evor got at any Christmns time in nil your life. -BaPBHHHMW SaaWMBM BHHBjaWaWBJWaW""''11 ,i J 1 1 i ft, Articles for Men Uaoful glfta will predominate HiIh yonr, particularly for men. In vluw of past experiences, don't you think It pretty wIbo to innko your purchases now, botocu thu crowds bocomo ho donao tlint shopping Ib n boro inutend of lolu uroly plcnsuro? Mnny now things nro on display which oro suro to plcaso tlio gcntlomnn. Como booh. Belmore Coats Wo aro Just In receipt of tho nuw Btylo Dolmoro Coutu In col ors Rod, Blnck nnd Tnu. ThlB Ib tho correct now stylo cont, nnd tho ndvnnco numbers nro now ready. Exclusive Representative of tiio ' t Japanese Importing Company Another Advantage of Our Patrons Wo nro pleased to Inform our pntronfl thnt wo hnvo mndo ar rangements with tho Jnpnneao Importing Company of Yokohama to havo tho cxcIubIvo salo of tholr populnr gooda In this community. Theso goods nro known as Mikado Japanese Goods nnd manufactured in EIGHT m od ol factories located In Japan. Onco moro this storo has bo cured an cxcIubIvo ndvnntngo which can bo found nowhoro else. Wo want our patrons to Inspect tho beautiful new styles In Mt . , kado Neckwear, Hand Drawn DoIIIoh, Contorpleces. Thoro nro Jnpauoso linest grndo of work nnd our prices nro positively an low as you pay for cheap and Inferior grndes. Dress Goods In Broadcloths nnd Serges, in Cardinal, Navy and MnroonB, just received yootordny. NEW SILKS In Dresdon effects for scarfs and waists. Just In. New Silk Waists Now silk wnlsts hnvo Just boon re ceived. You can bo pleased from our groat showing. TOYS FOR BOYS Hobby Horses ,Too! Chests Steam Engines Locomotives -Printing Presses Iron Banks Magic Lanterns Iron Trains Wagons Velocipedes Mechanical Toys Loop-the-Loop Games of All Kinds Wheel Barrows Horns TOYS FOR GIRLS Dressed Dolls Undressed Dolls Doll Buggies Poll Pianos Doll Ranges Jumping Ropes Cloth Animals' Doll Houses Doll Furniture Sewing Machines Musical Toys Postal Albums Trinket Boxes Handkerchief Boxes Vases, All Kinds Wednesday Only Our 300th Weekly Special. For Wednesday we 'offer an other bargain In now stylo Flannelette Kimonas In dark and medium Bhades n regulnr 75c valuo Nono Bold until 8:30 a. m. No phono orders received. 48c Gloves If gloves nro to be bought for holiday gifts and gloves aro the one article of dress that good form permits you to present "my lndy" then tho special glove shop should havo your patronage, se lection 13 practically unlimited. Stylos aro correct nnd prices tho lowost. If you do not know tho oxnet slzo you can present her with a glove certificate. All gloves ltted or exchanged after Christmas day. Ribbons Just now tho ribbon stock is bubbling over with tho dantlest weaves and colorings suggestlvo of the holidays.. Recent arrivals and effcctlvo displays ninko this tho greatest showing In thiB val loy. If you dcslro fancy ribbons for opora'bags, sachets or fancy work or any holiday gift artlclw, visit this soctton nnd boo how well wo nro propnred to meet your overy want. BRILLIANT TAFFETA All shades C Indies wldo 22c Good Goods O&fl&t 'e443& P??? f-w :yTJ-'ifr3&rBrTr-jF3 Honest Values j 1 j I Furs Dont' put off until the last tmJ or tho' last day to make your lection of Christmas furs. 0on while you havo an elegant itod a rf onlnnf frnni nrlpOfl nfl lflW tf r i ...in n.i .. l. If wM )UU Will I1I1U litem luivt. " i". want n senrf, stole, tie, rnuff, coat, nnd want something tbit ! rollnblo, and at prices ns low can bo found In tho state, coe hero. Every fur we show li fc' thlB Benson's designing nnd msl- 98c to $50 CITY NEWS A Collu.'tlon of Importiint Para graphs for Your Consideration Nothing Htrnnge Aftor making iv thorough inspec tion of tho auporlor stock of fresh jucntB nt Farrlngton'a market, ono censes to wonder why ho keepa hU immense trado up. Hue for Wnge Jacob Nnsh has tiled au action for money In dopartmeut No. 2 of tho circuit court against O, E, Nash. Sterling Silverware In n delight to every hnusowlfo, U breathes Into tho homo n nlr of pur ity, cleanliness nnd roflnomout that cannot ho overlooked. The Latest Patterns Of thU beautiful ware mndo by tho fceet manufacturers can now bo Iteugkt At our Etoro at prices that will ileo you. We aIbo bandlo tho Btrnndard brands of guaranteed plated ware, mmI yv can depeud on what you got frm r. Starr's Jewelry Store Cm Stale mi Uwrty Sta. Tho plaintiff nskB for M0S.50, which sum plaintiff datum Ib duo from tho defendant for work proformed by hlniBolf, It. E. DnvldBou, Jamos Nnsh and Carrie NnBh. Tho claims as stntod In tho com plaint nro as follews: R, D, David Bon, 91G.G0; Jamos Nash, $93; Car rlo Nash, ?2G, nnd Jacob Nash, tho plaintiff, 9273. Tho threo former claims woru assigned to tho plain tiff. An attachment was levied by 8herlff Culver Saturday evening upon Home hops that bolongs to tho de fendant. Attorney U. F. Jones op pears for tho plaintiff. Don't Buy All your Christmas presents till you havo scon tho protty articles nt tho First' Presbyterian church. Snlo Friday, Decembor 7th. Hody Shipped Tho body of Fred A. Shepherd, who Buffered tho death' ponnlty nt the prison Saturday, has been shipped to Mill City, whether his fathor resides, for burial, CliAHgo of Ownership F. A. KurtE, tho entorprlslng young meat market man, haB bought out tho Interest of his partnor, II, Dee, and will hereafter conduct tho business nlono, tho latter rotlrlng. Mr. Kurtx proposes to keep an up-to-date market, and push tho busi ness to tho full cortout. Old and now patrons will bo bottor cared for than evor. WcUh1 HaMd 1'iOHted China for ealo at tae Prcabyteriaa ehwwk o FrWayj Dcmtor lim, iu wrk 9t Mr. D. J. JfWk, Ceo WMly and Mak yor atitittt ter Ohrta- Personal Alfred Aufrnnco visited frlondB in Corvnllls Sunday. Frank Derby wont to Portland this morning on business. Q. Ii. Jamos was among tho Portland-bound pnssongcre this morning. MIssob I ono nnd Viola Fisher havo returned from a visit In Woodhurn. Miss Henrietta Snvago returned this morning from n visit In Port laud. C. W, Yannko returned this morn ing from visiting his fumlly In Lob anon. Mrs. Q. W. Simpson, nnd daughter, aro tho guests of Dr. nnd Mrs. M. S. Skiff. Mrs. Frank Allen, of Sumpter, Is visiting her mother, Mrs. Hunt, in this city. Ralph llonhaui, of Portland, is in tho city, visiting rolatlves and friends. Miss Dortha KUnger returned this morning from a few days' visit in Portland. S. 11. Stewart, tho Woodburn real estato man, was visiting in tho city yesterday. Miss Dora Swan left this morning tor Philomath, whoro she Is attend ing collego. Fred Logg, tho architect, returned to Portland this mornlug, after a vis It with his family here. Authur Lonnon, formerly in tho omploy of tho Rogers bindery, visit cd In tho city yesterday, John Clayton went to Eugene to day, whoro ho will reside. Ho la an uaclo of George Nelson, of this city. Mtsa Allena Mellon, the popular teacher In tho Yew Park school, Is temporarily conuncd to her home by Mr. R. K. L. Stelaer a4 1HU aoaw KWawrtk Talk, u la ta eky, ia4 wit! afd the rt of th wlntor hero. Miss Joaslo Halo, who has been tho guost of C. S. Mooro nnd family, returned this morning to hor homo In Portland. Mrs. Nonl Laftln, nftor a six weeks' visit with hor parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. H. Sloper, has gone to her homo In Lebanon. MIbs Clara Abbott returned this morning to her homo In Corvnllls. .She hus been tho guest of Mr. and .Mrs. McGilchrlst, of this city. MrB. H. Kins nnd daughters. Al ma nnd Rosettn, who havo been visiting friends in tho city, loft for their homo In Portland today. Mr. and Mrs. A. Scott and sons, Charles and Carl, left this morning for San Fraucls.co, en routo to Enid, Oklahoma, whero they will reside. G. S. Downing returned this morn lug from Lacombe, whero ho attend ed tho funernl of his brother, Wil liam, who died Saturday, Decembor 1st. Bert E. Davey, now a student of Columbia University, Portland, ar rived In the city .Saturday evening to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davey. Miss Josephine Fisher, of Port land, is the guest of Salem friends. Mrs. .Charles Tennyson of Port land, is visiting her brother, Joe Young, at tho penitentiary. Mrs. Henry Smith and daughter, Mrs. E. P. Schott. havo returned to T..- ,r. .moil uuiut-s ui ouuumuy, niter vislt jing Mr. aud Mrs. Joo Bernardl, of this city. Tho latter is a nleco of Mrs. Smith. Miss Eluia Weller left Saturday evening for Oakland. Cniifnmii. ( whoro sho will study music Sho wll return January 1, to again tako up her work as teacher of piano. I Myron Stone, local manager for the Warren Coastruction Company, accompanied by his wife. left today lor Nw Yorkj whero they will visit rolatlves. Tho contomplato return ing In two or three montliB. DIED. TURNER. At tho homo of F. A. Tumor, in this city, Sunday, De cember 2, 190G, Clement Tumor, nged S4 years. Mr. Tumor was the fathor of F. A. Turner and had lived In this city about four years. During tho past 12 months ho has experienced n eon- eral break down, and, whllo ho was not sick at any time, tho result was expected. At midnight Saturday, both Mr. Turner and his son, Rex, visited tho old gentleman's room, fixed up the flro and tucked him comfortably In bed. Ho said ho felt all right, nnd Sunday morning, to their Burprlso, tho family found his lifeless body, lying Just nB it was when ho went to Bleep. Tho funeral was held today. '1 f LUNDE. At tho family residence, In Mornlngsido, Salem, Monday, December 3, 1906, tho 7-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mra. E. P. tunde. Tho funeral was held at the Rig don undertaking parlorB today at 2 P. m, LUTZ. At tho family residence on Mill street, Saturday, December 1, 1906, Barbara Lutz, aged 1 year. Barbara was the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs, William Lutx. Tho body waa shipped to Lebanon this morning for burial. PITNEY At the homo of her Bon, Clinton, near Victor Point, Satur day, December 1, 1906, Mr. Kate Pitney, of cancer. She waa a sister of Mrs. W, D. Claggett of tfai city. Th faawml waa held yesterday. X-RAYS Portland has discovered IJ has no steamship line to AUj1 Is coins to start a whirl!"! palgn, rnlso $450,000 today u four steamers. The balance stnto wishes Portland well attempt, but with one voice v Blders all cry, "Wo are froa Bouri." This country has not Ine" population, nor has it low business sufficiently In tkel years to account for the !" Bhortnge. There is some ou ., . , midden BnonH" BUM IU1 VMW -" .(... lo nniv tim railroad know and they are not mJI news dispensary. Money to Lo -runuAS It- Over Ladd & Bush's Daat, Norwich Union Fe H Freak Meredith. ? 3 nmm with Wm. Brow " 1X9 CHaerclal Strew- NEW TODA ..n WaHted By young co"- four furnisn - , -rooms. Address '0.jy Journal. . . .mir. a lost. Last evcu.-o. , er hand-Dag. v""' .wi,,! of keys oa a BprJ TjU Far jo receipii few trWwU. 3 to 117 l 7 awl yteve ault Haiti riyw- f '