DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OKEGOX. MOXPAV, JANTAUY ill, 1007.
THE OLD WHITE CORNER.
ABOUT THE SENATE
Clean-up of the Ribbon Stock.
150 pieces of ribbon on sale
(center nlsle) lnculdlng Satins,
Taffetas, Llbtery Satins, Fancies,
22. ,10c Yd
10.. 13c Yd
60.. 15c Yd
SO.. 20c Yd
. ,,... mvMlAMSi 5c Yd
'fl" -.nl sale of fancy
a French ginghoniB. 2, -In
SE 'so.r.e3Uul.v at 35c and
50c tUe o 15e Y(1 etc In nU wdth8 nn(l colors
Clerance cai' ' ...M.i-nKI) ' x'ntn Mm following nrloes:
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U i.i tot of ladles turnover . No.
a1". . L, mnr at from 25c J No.
collars, sow "
to5e.Bch ..i5c each
rJ0s SUITS HALF PRICK
"U special line of women's
M.h erade tailored suits; tweeds,
h , , fancv mixtures, etc. The
KX Ser-ro yours while they
'' ' ...HALF MUCK
"' " Sliilv HAItCJAlXS.
ono yards of fancy suiting silk,
l9. . wide; colors, blue, brown,
"eon, tan, etc, A special value at
50c yard- t
Clearance price ;;-"'
Our entire stock of bedding,
mrludlng comforts. spreads,
SS Pillows, etc.. at special
45 cents to $1-80 pair.
4,50 and $7 00 pair.
II 00 to $12 00 ench.
2.. ..2c Yd No.
3 3c Yd No.
5.... 4c Yd No.
7.. . .5c Yd No.
9 . . . . Gc Yd No.
12... 7c Yd No.
Three for $1.00.
An extraordinary sale of men's
fancy shirts In all colors. Tho
assortment comprises both soft
nnd stiff bosom stylos ranging In
price from 75c to $1.50 regular.
Pick 'em nt tho low price of 3 for
GRF.AT CLEARANCE IJARGAIXS
Wo hnvo placed on Bale two lots
of boys short pants suits to bo
closed out-during our clearance
sale. The sizes run from 4 years
to 1G yeurB In squnre-cut, Russlnn
blouse and Buster Brown styles.
This Is an opportunity to clothe
the boy warmly for school at such
n creat saving of one-half and
The Cold Days
are very hnrd on one whose syston
Is vi'ik or run down and blood In an
Impoverished condition. You take
cold so easily and unless promptly at
tended to will result In something
more serious. If you will biilhl up
and fortify the system with
you have the surest preventive
agnlnst Chills and Colds. It also
cures Dyspepsln, Indigestion, Costive
nesx, Biliousness, Female Ills mill
Much Opposition Manifest to
Proposal For Jute Mill
IF YO CANT
Don't forget that we have the best
and newest effects and qualities that
HOUSE FURNISHING CO.
177 LIBERTY ST.
The fin- ' Baldwins on the
&'.'1ctrd and packed by the
Win more than what wa
HHt IT IS NOT WHAT WE
JUt'UT (;KT, S WK PRF.-
IftaiTO 8KI.I, TIIIOI AS
" AS K (AX.
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I Tho most Importnnt business that
will co mo up for consideration nt tho
meeting of tho Marlon County Horti
cultural society noxt Saturday aftor
noon will bo tho making of definite
arrangements for a chorry fnlr In Su
lem In tho enrly days of noxt July.
Tho socloty will moot at the city
hall In this city next Saturday nftor
noon at 1:30 o'clock and nil fruit
growers, raisers of borrlos nnd cher
ries, whether members of tho socloty
or not, nro urged to attend. Tho
annual election of o (11 cos will bo hold
and the usual discussion will bo on
tho best methods to ubo In growing
I The society has already decldod to
, hold a big chorry festival, hut none
of the dotalls havo been decided up
on. All of theso will bo arranged at
this meeting except tho date, which
will depend In n measure on tho soa
son noxt spring, ns It will he advli
nblo to hold tho fair in the holght
of tho chorry soason.
I While this will bo a chorry fair,
somo consideration will bo given to
other small fruits and berries.
; The present officers of tho society
are: Prosldent, J. R. Shophord; sec
rotary and treasurer. County Fruit
Tho Texas Wonder.
Cures all kidney, bladder and
rheumatic trouble; sold by all drug
gists, or two months' treatment by
mall for l. Dr. B. W. Hall, 2926
Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Send
for testimonials. Sold by Stone's
drug store. dw-lyr
One of tho many questions of vi
tal Interest to tho state at large and
particularly to eastern Oregon, whoro
great quantities of grain nnd wool
nro raised. Is that which has qecn
presented by Mr. Barret of Umatilla
county, which provides that tho con
vlct labor at tho stato penitentiary
shall bo employed In the manufacture
of jute grain sacks, hop cloth and
wool sacks and for tho appropriation
of $225,000 to equip, purchase raw
material and opornte n Juto plant.
It Is argued by those favorable to
tho passago of hls bill that tho
manufacture of Juto at tho stnte
prison would bo loss In conflict with
freo labor and thnt, If adopted, would
Insure tho raisers of grain, hops nnd
wool ngnlnst n recurrence of condi
tions such ns prevailed last year
when, on account of tho Snn Fran
cisco disaster nnd tho shortage In
tho production of Jute, thcro was n
serious famlno In sneks and other
Juto products nnd tho farmers wcro
nt n groat disadvantage, it Is pro
posed to manufacture tho products
oxcluslvoly for tho boneflt of the
consumers In this stnto and tho rev
onuo realized thcrofrom Is to rovorr
to n fund sot aside for tho mnlnla
nnnco of tho plant nnd tho purchase
of raw material.
On tho othor hnnd thoro is strong
opposition to the cunctmont of the
bill Into n law. In which opposition
Governor Chnmborlnln luis takon tho
Initlntlvo In his mosBngo to tho log
Islnturo In which ho recltos his ex
perience In Inspecting Juto nillls In
connection with tho Wnlla Walla
prison nnd the San Quontln prlnon
In Cnllfornln, nnd ho nd vinos the
mnkers of laws to go a llttlo slow In
Kinking any radical chnngos from the
Ho rocltos figures to show that tho
manufacture of stovos at tho prison
foundry Is loss In conflict with freo
labor than would bo tho operation
of n uto mill In thnt thoro aro fowor
Ilrms engaged in tho making of stovos
In tho stnto than In tho mnnufneturo
of Juto fabrics. Ho Is also In fnvor
of working convicts upon tho public
ronds, but points out nt tho same
tlmo tho risks that aro to bo takon
nnd tho gront responsibility nnd ox
ponso involved, nnd ho recommends
thnt tho working of convicts In con
nection with permanent highway
building should bo confined to work
ing thorn In rock qunrrles for tho
preparation of road-making ma
Mary Dark circles undor the oyes
Indicate a sluggish circulation or tor
pid liver and kidneys. Exorclso dally
nnd take Holllstor's Rocky Mountnln
Toa. 'Twill do you good. 35 conts,
Tea or Tablets. For sale at Dr,
In fact everything in the line of
seasonablo holiday goods and deli
cacies may bo found In stock at our
store. Don't overlook.
BARRJNGTON HALL COFFEE
Give us a call and be convinced of
the superiority of our service.
H. M. Branson
326 State st
(Continued from pngo one).
tho sennto organization, nnd that ho
brought his Influence to boar upon
tho result In tho Interests of Senator
Hodson's cnndldncy. One member
of the nsscmbly nsserts positively
that tho old party leader was In Sa
lem, although ho registered .at no
hotel, and kept In absolute seclusion.
Somo members of tho assembly are
very bitter toward Matthews, nnd
should ho enter tho gallery of tho
house nt least one Republican mem
ber of that body declares ho will Im
mediately move his expulsion.
"That mnn." exclaimed the bos
tile mombor referred to, who would
not permit his nnmo mentioned In
public, "hns caused more trouble,
discord and breeches In tho Republi
can party of Oregon than any othor
group of politicians ever has, nnd I
look upon him ns n dlsgraco to the
party, and unworthy the respect of
any peace-loving or honornblo mem
ber of it. If ho should show his fnco
either on tho floor or In tho lobby
of the house I would not hesitate to
move his Immediate expulsion, and
feel thnt I hnvo plenty of friends
upon tho floor to bnck mo up In It."
It nlso transpires that Induce
ments wero offered tho Democratic
members of tho qpnitto by nt least
two or three members of tho Haines
forces, If not by the candidate him
self, and they wcro tho recognized
authorized ngents of Senator Haines,
to rally to tho assistance of their
leader. One of the supporters of
Halucs admits the fact, but will not
go farther than to stato they woro
promised "fnlr treatment," both In
the distribution of commltteo pnt
ro nngo nnd In tho support of tho
governor's vetoes. Principal among
theso lnttcr Is tho State Board of
Control bill, which Governor Chnm
borlnln Is lighting so tenaciously to
defeat, bocauso It would deprive him
of tho exclusive control of tho ponl
tontlury, which ho now enjoys, al
though hoihiiB frequently expressed
tho wish that ho could divide tho re
sponsibilities with tho other mem
bers of the state board.
All that tho HodBon forces could
muster of tho six Democratic votes
was thnt of ono from n western
county, although It Ih stnted that all
sorts of Inducements nnd promises
woro held out to them. This would
glvo thorn only 1 1 votes nt tho best,
counting Senators Coke and Mays.
On the othor hnnd tho Haines forces
had ono of tho DumocrutH signed up,
which would jjlvo them 15 votes
Thoy stnto positively that they did
not hnvo to make "rash concessions"
to tho Democrats, since, If It came to
n show-down nnd hold-up, which the
Democrat would not stand for, nl
toast one of them would have como
over of his own free will.
According to thv statement of one
of the Hainan supporters ho hud pos
itive ussurruueo thnt not even the
govornor could control two of tht
Democratic votes, Miller of Linn nnd
Marlon, and Coshow, of Douglas, to
the extont or delivering them over
to tho Hodson forcos to create u (lend
lock, nnd his only solution, as wus
explained to his satisfaction, wns to
dollvor his four vote ovor to Unities.
"Tho vory boat that tho Hodson
forces could do," said this senator,"
and I oxplnlned the situation to tho
satisfaction of tho governor, would
bo to socuro tho four votes nt his
command, which would glvo them
only 13 votos, whllo Hnlnos hnd one
Doniooratlc vote- signed up, making
n total of 15. I showed him thnt the
Hodson forces could afford to make
till kinds or promises which they
never could hope to fulfill, while the
best thoy could oxpoct from Haines
would bo "fair troatinont," which
was assured thorn, nnd which I hnvo
not tho slightest doubt thoy will re-reive.
Prepared for tho Public Schools
uud the Family Circle.
The flood on tho Ohio river Is tho
highest slnco 1884.
A revolution bus started In Chi
na on a large scale to overthrow tho
Owing to a fuotory lockout of em
ployes many families at Lodz, In
Russian Poland, are living on 35
cents h week.
Colonel Paschowoskl, n Russian
chief of police, was assassinated to
day. At Calgary, Alberta, a family of
live were suffocated from coal gas
20 Per Cent
: : : ON ALL : : :
Men's and Boys' Heavy Overcoats !
; ; : AND : : ;
Genuine Priestly "Cravenette"
Nowjs your chance to get the best rain coats on the
market at a substantial saving in price.
Gr'St&i' kz4i mcs
Our bargain tables are well filled with broken lots of
seasonable merchandise at greatly reduced prices.
escaping from n coal stove in tho
room whoro they wcro sleeping.
A storm Bwept over tho hikes Sun
duy nnd did two million dollars dam
age to shipping. Miles of docks woro
washed away, nnd tho Niagara rlvor
Is worged with wreckngo.
A cablegram from Urlsbnno,
Queensland, Australia, says Cook
town bus boon destroyed by a hurri-ennc.
ROSTEIN & GREENBAUM'S
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Mountains of merchandise nro disappearing every dny, ow
ing to tho molting prices that prevail hero. Our goods flatly
refuse to stand still. '
III IN I H III I 1 I I I II III I I I I U I I I I M II I I I I I M I I I
Our stock hns become low
in this Hue, owing to the mov
ing prices we hnvo them
$1.25 grade, 3 yards long, lit
thro opatturns, now 85c pair.
$2.50 grado, 3 yds long
now $1.75 pair.
There Is a raw odd pairs at
from 00 por pair up.
Those are till full bIzo, from
the chonpust to the bast wo
$1.00 grado now OOo
$1.25 grado now 90c
$1.75 grado now $1.25
10c grudo In mill end rem
now C, yard.
50c grado In mill end rom
mints now 25c yard.
3 pairs ladlos' heavy gray
for 25c 18c grade ladles' black
hoso now 12c. 3 pairs chil
dren's heavy ribbed black hoso
for 25c 20c grado ft no ribbed
children's hoso now 15c pair.
$1.00 values of ladles' flan
nollette wrappers in all slzos,
while they last, only C3c
Odd suits one of n kind.
$18.00 values now ....$ 0.50
$15.00 values now .... 8.00
$12.50 values now .... 7.00
$10.00 vulues now .... (!.0O
$ 7.50 values now .... 5.75
C (1.50 vnluos now .... 4.35
$2.50 vnluoE now $1.25
$3.50 vnluos now 2.35
$1.50 vnluos now 3.00
$0.00 vnluos now 3.75
25u grade now 20c
50c grndo now , , . , , 40o
00c union Biilts now ....40c
$1,00 union suits, oxtra
40c grade now 25c
50c grado now 40c
$1.25 and $1.50 odd shirts and
drawers In all woo), now 75c.
20c standard grado In plain
white or fanoy, now $15c yard,
$1.75 vnluos now $1.10
$2.00 values now ...... 1.25
$2.50 values now 1.75
$3.00 valuos now 2.00
$4.00 valuos now 2.75
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