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DAILY OAPJTAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1007. HOTEL ARRIVALS. 1 1 1 u 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i a ii 14 S You can make better food with Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE Lighter, sweeter, more palatable and wholesome. 2a in Royal 1 NEW-YORK. I HI ROYAL DAKINQ POWDER CO, i &alem Social C3o88tp "Spring has awnkoned Salem soclo- ty and from now until tlio summer vacation tlino, tiio bouhoii liromlHOS 'to to a suy ono for tlio Hocluty ma troim. Among tlio ovontn thla wook wore tho two pnrllos glvon by Mrs. CluiH. -Uu 'flwvy, ono on Weduosdny nfter mum und tho othor thla aftornoon. Jlofli nru vory Infomml off aim and IKortflint, nil tlio inoro delightful. "TJio rooeptlon and muslcnlo Rlvou at tlio Klkfl dull by Mrs. William llyrd, twin. Guorgo II. Jnnos, Mrs. (leoi'KO 0. IMnRhnui and Mrs. r. Carlton Built h on April 10th, which was hiicIi a uucctmH promlHOH to ho followod by a Tccoptlou luiiio tho loss brilliant on Iftprll U I tli. Tho hoBtouHOH aro Mrt. 7. J. Murphy, Mrs. Allco II. Dood, XSra. J. A. IllchurdHou and Miss lllohurdsnn. Mm, OJrny KnlcrlnliiM, Wrs. Chun. A. Grny'oulertnlnod o iumhur ot IiuIIob Wednesday nftor- snonn In h molt delightfully Informal wuy. Mr. J. F. Onlbreath was the sucossful olid at ninlH mid liur ro- ward whs a lurtce hunch of onrnn tlOMH. Mrs. Oroy wuh assisted In serving '' "by four olm nil I iik young ladlea, the Mli( Ilyth Oatoli. Hunan Ornlf, VeUti Cross and Null Theilsen. Aliout St Indlea woro present, w Albany Mm-i-lugf. Two recent Albany hrldN, woll lttiuwn here, are Mm. John It. Flynu and Mr. Wlllltml U. Mario. Mn. Vlynn whs formerly Mlee Coll Fity "KtovoiiH and wtm married Wednes day, April 10th. at the homo of her twrent. Mr. Hint Mm. V. 1). Stevens. h Is a striking brunette mid very Hwpular amoiiK her large list of no niuulntances. Mr. Flyun lu a Port land limn mid wall known throiiKh out thw valley. Thoy will he at Jiomo to their many friends after Glny Int. lit Albany. At present they aro visiting In Urltlsh Columbia mid other northern points ot Interest TTbelr many frlonds la this city toil dor liMtt wlshee anil congratulation. Mm. Marku wuh formerly MIm iluryl FUhtr Turner, also n very lirulty and popular young lady, the flAughtor of Mrs. Fluolla Turner. SBho linn been tho motif of many In Turmnl affairs kIvou by her t?lrl friends prior to the marriage which took pluu on Tuesday of thin wook. Mr. MitrkH I at present deputy ooun y olerk ot Idiin eciunty and la utao vH known throiiRhout 0rK0ii nu a nowHPHpor limn Ha Ih n yotuiK mnii )t KterllfiK quulltUn and hla ninny frlondu nftr coiiKratulntloiu mid tub hi ii i i ii Th; Better an Your Memory A t'luH'kliiK ft(HH)itnt Mill kwp )our luikliUNk tntutuu'Ooiu tilMoluloly wrnvt. Von ran ruly on tho rtvoixl of your vhockiut nciHiuut. Wlu'ii you ilMlrt) to ifr to at tmiiMutlditK, n chwkluji account tnniUlKM rcliahlo dittn wtatljr 4UUUU nml compU'to In nil dotAlU. T Pay by check iu civrr truu&Action. J Wo liiYlto your chctklut; nccouut. Wo flfcr nujkerlor ttdvnutaKi. Sltm State Bank U X. PA(3K, PnWw.I, j;ood wIbIiob. Thoy left that day for Sonttlo, Tncomn and othor northoru points and after a short visit will roturn to Albany whoro thoy will mnko their future homo. Spurry-Walkor WvddhiK. Tho murrlngo ot MUs Minnie Wnlkor to Mr. Karl J. Sporry took placo last Sunday aftornoon nt tho home of tho brldo'a pnronts, In Enst Saloni, Itov. M. Hnvorllng odlolatliiR. Only tho rolntlvoa and Inllmnto friends of the younir pooplo ware preneut. Aftor tho ceremony a wed dlnK luncheon wuh servod, The bride Is tho dnuRhtor of Mr and Mrs. W, W. Wnlkor, and 1ms many friends In this city. Tho groom la tho only sou of Mr. mid Mra. A. A. Sperry of this city, and la om ployod by tho I Co wo, Duvla & KllUm Illudery Co., of Portland. Tho young collide left on tho nttoruoou train for Portland whuro thoy will make tholr futuro homo. Anion the out of town guostri were: Mr. mid Mm. II. N. Goodo, Mrs. Quito W. Weaver, of Portland, mid Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Hawkins, of Dallas. Hiii'prNo Party. A number of the friends of MIh Mnylielle ltauilwll gave iter n pleas mil surprise lmrty ThurwlHy evening Mt the St. Helens home and lnoldent ally iiMlitwl her In eel ebrs ting her llrd blrthdHy Hnnlvermrr. The eveulng was merrily spent lu music, cards, gHtnett and conversation after which refreshments were servod Miss UkiiiUH whs the recipient of n beautiful gold bracelet, presented hy her friends. TUose preeent were: Mm. II. St. Helens, Misses Marie MiiUih, Daisy Denulson, Nellie Hargrove, Anna OIey, Genevieve Hardley, Lois Simp sou, lOriHlue Carey, Anna Steustrom, lAiuanim Drown, Vina Sherman, 'Myrtle Knowlaud, Louie Hoyt, Mrs. Aldrloh, Mrs. llenton, Inec Wtedmer. lllrtliiluy Party. Little Mies I.tunle Chattln cele IntitHHl her 11th birthday anniversary Wednesday afternoon and fuini 4 to 7 ontertnlned a number of hoi sohoolmntett and little friends. MiibIo and various gamee were play ed after which refreshments were stirvod. Her RtiesU were: Grnoe Mollea oop, Louemmn Waters, Lola Page, Lillian Slater, Anna Ynutls, Kato Ymttls, Huth.Sekults, Mary Schultz, lllauoiie Motllt, Hula- Kaylor, Alpha Chattln, Vera Ckattla, Sheridan Smith, Frtnl Tail. Harry Mills, Karl Chattln, Aubrey Jones, Jny Headriok, UVIdle Irvla ana Northrup Waters lMiu'o at Citrvalllti. Tee ottloert of the Oregon Agricul tural Oollego oadets gave a hop last vUm whleh was attended by a HHWber ot Stilew people. The music vniw tumUkeil by the l'rlees or beeirH of this city. School Suclcty, Tho Adubuite Rooleti', MMiaosietl ot yoHHg iNdlee of tke Uatvorelty, met yeetartlay aflecHooM at the college building- They were trutMl with a short urogram as follews: Ueadl'nir, Helen Smith. Hull call, with current evaaU. Headlug, MUs OIn, After this they held a vary Inter esting meeting of the Ladles1 Mis sionary society. o Gymnastics alono cau never give that elasticity, ease and graceful" figure which conies by taklag IIoUIs Ur's Rocky MauatMH Tea, 35 cents, T or Tablets. Fw sale at Dr, aHoae store, GOOD MUSICAL PROGRAM Rendered by Salem High School Glee Club The "Trial by Jury," prosontod nt thethlgh Holiool last Ovoning by tho inoJiibora of the high school GIuo Club, was a groat succoss, as the Iioiibb was tilled to a Btandlng room only condition. Dr. Hploy may woll bo proud of his offorta lu bohnlf of tho High School Gtoo Club, from tholr showing last night. Tho high Bchool orchestra took a proiiilnont part In tho ontortnln niont, furnishing oxcolluut iiiubIc dur ing tho ovoulng. Provloua to tho "Trial by Jury" was a abort musical and rondlng program, which consisted of boIoc tloiia by tho oototte, n aolo by Miss 10 n da Savago, duot hy MIbbos Mors ami Cross, roadlug by MIbb Mlldrod Hngley, and selections by tho S. II. S. male quarlut, which last waa vlgor oualy applauded and waa innilo to romu buck throe tlmoa, The musical farco, "Trial by Jury," which ended tho prugrnm, waa a lit tle story, woven around a broach of promlso suit lu tho court room. The plaintiff, who was a "lloklo little miss," Immediately caused tho judge, jury nml overyone In the court room to fall In love with her at flrnr sight, and this caused a great mix up. Nothing could he ngreod upon, so the judge, to settle the mutter, married her hlmsolf. The whole role ot the opern was in song, and with the good voices picked from the glee club It was something well worth hearing. The principal parts were carried out In an ublo manner. Win. Molt, us judge, had a good bass voice, mid would not have been recognised by his best friends. The part ot the de fendant was cnrrled by Charles Roth, who assisted tho gleo club last night. He waa n good onu on the stago. Marguarlto Mors, aa the plaintiff, oarrled her part well, having a sweet soprano voloe. Itoaa Mclntlre, as oo tinsel for plaintiff; Robert Pauius, as foreman ot the jury, and Alonzo Porklns, as usher, all did excellent work In last night's pleco, o Cull for Hltls. Notice is horoby Rlvon that sealed bids will he rocolvod by the City ot Salem, Oregon, nt tho ottlco of tlio olty recorder, nt tho olty hall In said olty, up to S o'olock p. m. on Mon day, April IS, 1907, for the Improve ment ot State street in the olty ot Salem, Oregon, from the Bast Had ot Commercial street to the west Hue ot Ohuroh street. In the said city, by grading said portion of State street and paving the same with Warren'd Dltullthlo Waterproof Pavement, anJ to widen the sidewalks on a portion ot said street. In accordance with thv plaas and speeljiealloR now oa file lu tho otto ot tho oHy recorder. Bach bid must be accompanied b a eortlMd eheok to the value of 10 par ooHt of the amount of the bid submitted, as a guarantee that the bidder will enter Into a contrac; therein proscribed within 10 days after having reoelved notice ot tho neoeptanoo ot his bid, said ohsck to be forfeited to tho olty ot Salem In case tho bidder falls to qualify and execute tho contract, Tho city reserves the right to re ject any or all bids, rians and sped ficatlona can bo seen at tho office ot tho recorder at tho city hall. By or do rot tho common council. Y. A, MOORES, City Recorder. Dato ot rt publtcatlo ot this fcotl, AkU , 1MT. 4-I-1H. AVlllnmcttc. ,E. M. Calvert, Hubbard, Or. C. C. Caldwell, Kansas City. Chas. B. Collins, Sacto, Cal. F. A. Freeman, Portland. Arthur E. King, Portland. J. E. Olson, Tacoma. R. C. Miller, Portland. B. K. Lawson," Portland. C. G. Metzger, Seattlo. R. Wnldo, San Francisco. D. J. Norton, Now York. Dr. W. T. Williamson, Portland. Lowla Phelps, city. ,Tony Crandoll, Advt. Car Norrls & Rowo CirciiB. Josh Billings, do Art Morrison, do. Joe Cardln, do. Fred Harris, do. II. Damackor, do. Fred Gronoll, do. R. Jonca, do. Sal cm. N. Greonbnum, Chicago. L. S. Shipley. M. Reynolds, O. A. C. Swan, do. Todd, do'. Loonoy, do. F. Shoppard, Turner. II. B. Bonhnmo, Chicago. J. T. Mnyo, Portland. John P. Hunt, Woodburn. F. O. Gnrrlson, Portland. N. Woltor, Portland. , W. A. Forrlngton, Buttovlllo. Bonty, O. A. C. Jones, do. , Crowa, do. Murray, do. " . Mooro, do. Bllyou, do. Woathorford, do. Warren, Richardson, Striyton. T following prescription at homo ! J PRESCRIPTION" TO CLI ! w-js JAN' THE BLOOD : '. day 8Qrvod upon E , 8si . " n,ons nnd comnintl. ; arrl,u4 Sr-r.?-1 . Anyono can easily mix the ; ; L. c. Parrlsh t 0UiiUl)Z . . Kui ' aim - t unuuier chanic. .. .. ' W which Is Eald to be Bnlendld . Tho wimni.u, . a their '4. becauso of Its peculiar bene- '.'. fendant iB . ' ses "Ut iu flcinl action updn the Kidneys, ;; at $12,000, from ' prPrty t,j wnicn aro mauo to properly come of $i6oo ""'Mil! filter and strain from tho blood . $100 a month fl' uiub. tho Impurities, atlds and pols- ; In conuertlon uk COai nns. .. Btrnlnl . M" the m'( . ,. "'"'"b oraer, BlcnM i. . Got tho Ingredients from any . . fred C. Sears nf J hiti -i i i i ii .j vriiiB . . K"uu iniurjuuu uuu mix lucni ,. iuaay with the con ' by shaking well In a bettle: " derlng that the J" , Wcw Fluid Extract Dandelion, one- l,ned from Mnin albt half ounce; Compound Kargon .. two pieces of property , ono ounco; Compound Syrup "' and 151.12 ncm. .. . l:i Sarsaparllla, three ounces. It is signed hv t.,! ..? il ' Take in teaspoonful dosos .. Jr., of Portland p after oach meal and at bed- '. ', mons attorneys. Aft T Drink nlontv of irnnrl on thn itornnj... .. "'" ,.. . v"uaai It Vat u tlnio water too. Thoao whoso veins aro filled with sour acids and Rheumatic poison, who rcqulro a good blood cleanser and system ton ic, or if the Kidneys aro weak and clogged up, should prepare this mixture and tako as di rected for n fow days and note rosults. Ltujj tho rocorder. State News J. M. Atkinson, a oroBiM.ii.Ii tnnn nnrl Vi.a.i. fcl , , uiwuer or t. . ::.lodathlshomeatX,bti II Mrs. W. L. Burton, of rlt h-i mi 1 1 ii ii i i i mn i ihh Prohibition in Linn County. Lebanon has a physician who Is said to bo doing a lucratlvo business writing whiskey prescriptions ut 25 cants ouch. As ho is a regular li censed physician, tho boozo oppo nents don't know Just how to go to work to cinch him, but thoy nro mak ing a big kick, and will lay tho case boforo tho Linn county medical board. Jofferaon Revlow. i. . , ui e - t 11 BBC I II1I1HIV H-Aii.J.l i , ',:: ' "uuuuDner Light nnd Water for JefTcrson. In Jofforaon, nt the spooiul conn ell mooting April 15th, a committou wa8 ordorod to uoloct n sito for n wator roeorvolr and light station, purchaHo plpo for malna, etc., tho snmo having boen authorized by a re cent olection. o Gontlo nnd EtTcctlvc. A woll known Manitoba editor wrltea: "As nn insldo worKor I find Chamborlntn's Stomach and Llvor Tnblota Invnlunblo for tho touches ot blllousnoBs natural to aodontary Hfo, tholr action boing gontlo and effec tive, clearing tho dlgostlvo tract and tho bond." Prlco 25 conts. Samples froo. For salo at Dr. Stono's drug storo. Tho Tcxns "vVonacr. Cures all kidnoy, bladder nnd rheumatic troublo; sold by all drug- ' j gists, or two months' treatment by mnii ror i. Dr. E. w. Hall, 2926 Ollvo Btreet, St. Louis. Mo. Send for testimonials . Sold by Stono's drug store. ' dw-lyr County School Superintendent Mooros loft thla morning for Wood burn to nttond tho tonchors' conven tion which ia boing hold thoro to day. o - Whooping Cough. I hnvo used Chamberlain Cough Romcdy In my family In ensea of whooping cough, and want to toll you that It la the best mcdtclno I have over used. W. F. Gaston, Pasco, Ga. This remedy Is snfo nnd Biiro. For salo at Dr. Stono's drug storo. baud, who was trying to , linn1 The Huntley corrupt pnetict .. uni nna tne Bingham tue mission bill arc to bo Mm uuoiiuon at tlio next eltctlos. Andrew Johnson, ho ion i In a colored woman i resort . i land was assisted by tho poUci uuver nis money. If inch men i assistance from the police tbtjss Keep out or such resorts. "Piieumonla'i DMdlyffori Had so seriously affected ej ci lung," writes Mrs Fannie C:m Rurual Route 1, Georgetowa, In "that I coughed continuous i and day and tho neighbor!' prd consumption seemed hirl until my husband brouglt bottle of Dr, Klng'i New D!m which In mv casi proted to 1 only real cough cure and rwtaH weak, sore lungs," WheaiHi romedles utterly fall, yoa ci;i win in tho battlo agalcit 1 throat toubles with Kev : the real cure. Quarantttdl Perry, druggist. GOc and (It! ! bottle freo. Mrs. A. Mason, of Fa"! i a visit here has gone'ifcjnH be the giit-nt of friends t:l' i WW1WtiWWfHiWWllWWWWWWWWWWWWW HAUSER BRO; Headquarters for Fine Fishing Tackle .... HAUSER BROS. Headquarters for Fine Fishing Tackle V ait In ituiNtaiit touch with nil tho lUliing grounds, nm know hat lllcs mid baits tho 1Kb mi) taking. rcra . v. s..,p3r .ssni j-iiirn vfMfc srapss ? ."- . iTs ' n, vr . . . . ,3hS4- itS38SRS&& - ""f W 3 1 'SC When )ii do not tno!sl'J buj in iWiIng tf l",""l It I uiir j.Kclally. Fishing Season !s Now Here! Who enn resist the tcmptaton to go forth and try to lure the wily trout W" hiding place. Come to our store and wc will show you the many new things we b in fishing tackle. Below are some of the articles wc carry: O' .3 T PACIFIC COAST BAITS i rii r ' -j-fc1 T T'T'" . i mfai " This has been used the oast season OESSsSas Rods of every dcscnpfo(T with excellent effect. sec our No. OlORoda It Is a winner. m m I s ' ,73VBm LI tOhtC 'ALBM The Frost Automatic Reel Something new and good. We will sell you this reel on approval. $4.00 w. take a $Pf in our stock of Asktoscetfc "YELLOW KING" Lines Leaders Baskets aiOiMi Lea1- m twmmmkmkwmw