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DAILY CAPITAL JOURXAL, SALEM, ORBGON SATUltOAY, JUNE 1, 1B07. s L STOCKTON THE OLD WHITE CORNER SP118 IK8S1 June Clearings SALES BEGIN MONDAY I It Is our custom to open our aummor saloa on the first of Juno, with Tlow of clearing out all of our Spring and Summor Goods, and mnko t by for tho fall arrivals. Keep your eye on our advertisements, and Latch our store. JewjFeatures WilljBe Added Every Day As the Sales Progress IEATEST OF AMERICAN ACTRESSES R. LESUE-GARTER IN -DU BARRY" : andjtlost Splendidly Staged Play Ever In Salem In. Lcslle-Cnrtor, America's nost emotional actress will np- at the Grand Opera IIouso on Bnesday, Juno 6th, In tho great revealed as Jeanotto Vaubornler, a charming little milliner In a fash ionable Paris shop at tho time of Louis XV. A young offlcor of tho King's guard, Crosso-Urlssnc, has Ml lon In love with her and would mako her his wife. At tho vory hour wlion sho has mado an appoint mont to moot Crosso-Ilrlssnc sho Is lured to tho fnmous gambling ostnbllsh mont of tho Marquis do Quosnoy, through tho blandishments of Jean du nnrry, who Is In longuo with tho notorious Marquis. Hor boauty at tracts tho King, nnd ho schoincs to mnko hor his mlBtress, but through a sorlos of trying cxporloncos which arc Intonsoly thrilling Jonnetto re mains truo to her soldier lover nnd boforo a grout nssomblnKo she makes tho King tho common lnughlng stock. 1UIT1STS 1IAVK NEW PASTOR MOUXIXQ STAU CHANGE. ' llov. J. IX. Comer, of Atchison, Kan., in Charge. On Sunday tho services at tho Bap tlst church will bo of unusual Inter-1 esU Dr. J. A. V. Stewart, dean of tho Theological Seminary nt Rochcstor, N. Y will preach, nnd incident to tho introduction of Dr. J. K. Corner, ' who comos from n twclvo yoarj', pastorate at Atchison, Kansas, to ho gin similar services hero. Dr. Stcw nrt will preside and formaity bo In chargo of tho services of tho day New members may bo rccolved, nnd, tho Lord's Supper observed nt tho morning sorvlcos.whon all tho mom- bcrs of the church who possibly can should bo proaoni. Donn Stewart la ono of tho loading men of tho Bnp tlot denomination nnd morlts ovory deference. Tho pcoplo of Snlom will do woll to hear him. Tho morning, sorvicos uogin at 10:30. Sunday school nt 12 m. B. Y. P. U. at 7 p. m., nnd prenchlno again nt S p. in. o Shot nnd Then Hobbcd Him. Two masked mon visited tho homo til UrlaH Dall, who Uvea all alono h J a small houso near Eugene, AVcdncs dny, for tho purpose of robbory. Dall was in tho houso nlono when tho robbors roused him from his bod. When Dnll refused to glvo up his money, or to rovonl Us hiding plnco ono of the robbers Bhot him. Tho bnll entered tho shoulder, Inflicting n sevoro wound but ono not ncccssnr-j ny mini, uiui is now in inu nuu pttal. Thn nlnrm u'na tvfvnn nml Mm alinr iff and cltlzons started In pursuit.) So far no duo has boon found. Tho robbers sonrchod and found $50. o tlrlTerson 1'lro Friday. On Friday Jortorson had n narrow escape of being wlpod out In pnrt by. (Ire, and demonstrated tho need of I wntnr works. Tho flro cnuuht In I Schuylor'8 bnrn, jmt south of tho 'Johnson & Vogot Lumbor Company's bnrn. It sprond to A. A. Miller's bnrn and tho A. B. Cornollua bnrn. All throe woro dostroyed. Tho Bert i Miller rosUlonco, tho Tuckor hard- I wnro store nnd tho old Hnlph hotel I woro nonrly consumod, but woro I savod by tho efforts of tho bucket I brlgndo. A high wind rnRod and for n tlmo hnlf tho town was In danger. Tho loss Is small, but a splondtd les son has been taught tho community to prepare for dangors. Entertains Linn County Business Council Saturday. Mlllor Station, Juno 1. (Special) Linn County Council hold Its regu lar monthly session hero today. Thcro wero representatives from nearly all parts of tho county. President Bodlno took chargo of tho programs, forenoon and afternoon, nnd a din ner was served Morning Star Grange, This Is ono of tho strongest Granges In tho county, having 150 mombors from both Marlon nnd Linn counties. By Bpeclnl Invitation Col. B. Hofor dollvored tho principal address, dis cussing tho proposed now program of tho Grnngors In public affairs. GOT THE REAL STUFF. Snllor Gets n Flrst-Clnsi Sensation Cheap. imiiiummiwumnmiitiiiinnmiiiiwiininiWfcMii' I GRAND OPERA HOUSE 1 Wednesday, Jtme 5 Iextraordinary ENGAGEMENT I MRS. tjt1 ' Im tSB A Coffeo Mill Fire. Tho (Iro dopnrtmont wns called out this morning to tho Yokohama Tea store, whom nn electric wlro hnd( gono wrong lu connection with tho motor on tho coffee mill. Tho motor was short-circuited, and burned out the rheostat. The dopnrtmont ro-j siionded vory promptly, but no work whh required, thwe wns nothing' but some amok from thtt burning wires. . . ' n flood llnMilmll. The Unlvorslty of Oregon basaball tenm won n stubbornly fought game with th KuKono Colts on tho Spring field dlnmond Thursday afternoon. Tho score wns G to 3. COMING EVENTS. Stato Mrs. Lcallo Carter. W'31 " ama. "Du Barry," by fU B a. to This Is In many ro- tU rrost Important dramatl- tre- ' tho season. In "Du Bar- r L alle-Carter Is given spo ' cr " .nltlos for tho exuloltatlon hr f lant histrionic talonU. r.-randed with a powerful RWr? ard tho production la with- Q 4 fht mnet 0A(ranna kapIa fi" r ires that hava ever been 'h s country. fr,'!- ni is tho story of "Du In tho first act Du Barry Is In tho end, however, she is shorn of ,,.. nnmr iiv the ItevolutlOBlsta and condomned to death because of her noonnlntlnn with tho ROJ-alteU. Mrs, Lesllo-Cartor hns never been Been to hotter advantage than aa Madame du Barry and the play U ono of the most notable of the paet decado. Owing to tho length of the Play tho curtain win rise promptly at 8 o'clock. Seats will be on sale at the box oflleo Wednesday morolBg at 9 o'clook. Juno 4-7 -Washington Grnne, Lynden. Juno 10 Oregon Plonoors' asso ciation, Portland. July 10-15 Intorntnlonal Chris tian Endeavor convention, Seattle. July 15-20 Orand Lodge Elks Philadelphia. July 0-13 Knights Tomplar con clavo, Saratoga, N. Y. o Results am sum nnd swift, Rosults am quick and lasting, It penetrates tho heart of disease, That Is what Holllster's Ilocky Mountain Tea does. For sale at Stone's drug store. Aboard tho schooner Virginia londlug lumbor nt Inmnn ft PoulBon't mill, was ono hugo hendncho this morning, says InBt night's Telegram, fend a thirst that half tho Wlllametto liver couldn't quench. A Beared nnd half-drunken snllor, about 1 o'clock last night, mistook tho second mnto for n boa constrictor, nnd tho whole night watch and hair tho East Sldo polico forco hnd tho tlmo of their lives trying to calm him down. Patrolman Llllls was crossing Enst Grant street whon n mnn clad only In nnturo's garments rushed past him, yolllng lustily. Boforo tho sur prised patrolman could get his breath nbout half n dozon mon, with tho rolling gnlt of sailors, came tolling nftor Under heavy storm canvas, brandishing mnrlln spikes and swonr Ing nil sorts of deep son nnthB. They told Llllls thoy woro trying to cup turo ono of their senmun who wns out for a midnight stroll, contrary to proscribed othlcH In hucIi ensos. Llllls blow his whlstlo, and in nbout throe, minutes Special Officer Francis nnd Pntrolmnn Buchtoll Joined them. Thoy got to windward of tho man and gradually closed In on him. Suddenly ho got tho Idea that thoy woro all snakes, so Llllls snys, and stnrtod on a dead run hack to tho river. Back and forth through tho mill yards, over lumber piles and tele graph polos thoy followed him, hut ho wns eluslvo as n cat. Suddonly ho dnrted to tho rlvor and Jumped In! Tho pollcomen woro horrlfiod, but the sailors know bettor. Tho snllor plunged nnd splnihcd around under tho ship's bows, blow- Ing llko n grampus, till tho captain crnwlod out on tho bowsprit nnd threw him a lino. Then tho watoh hauled him aboard. It wns n strange ly befuddled sailor who shook thn water out of his eye, and asked j where ho wtm. 1h 'hie report to the ehlef this iHornlH LIIIIh anld It took thn police Hit hour nnd a half to iiMke tho rap ture, nnd he wcure he never hud uoh a ohate In hU life. O' IiimiU to Injury. "Why am 1 glooinyT" demanded tho umlMlrobl eultor whom she had henrtloseiy Ignored. "Isn't It nnmiKh to mnko n man Klooiny when he Is out by the one he love hunt?" "Tho Idea!" exclaimed tha henrt ltMs girl. "I didn't even know that you shave! yourself." Philadelphia Press. . JNO. F. CORDRAY, Mgr . L carter IN LIU oAlxJKY BY DAVID BKLASCO. ,a ' . PRICES: Orclieitra, first rowa. ,99.00 Balcony, first 8 rows.... Ji.00 OrrlivHtrH, Inst O iwn.. U.BO Balcony, next a rows... 1.50 Drew Circle ".no Balcony, last rowa . . . 1.00 Galler 00 HEAT SALE AT BOX OFFICE WEDNESDAY, . in. PHONE OU DEUS ACCEPTED. CUUTAIN IllSliS AT 8 O'CLOCK iWii1iliiWtllilliilfcliWwWlillilliWIIWllilfclW Say! Boys and Girls J Clt)-nian Ytw, she's married to a real eMute agent, and a good, hou ot follow, too. Hubbub Good gracious, bigamy eh? Philadelphia Pros. -o- C3 k. te X O XI X JHL 1mlu sttotWtHhnjlMntHH l(UlAl We linvc those bnrefoot sandals with heavy soles, which you have been looking for, and also CHILD'S AND MISSES' Patent Leather Uxtord lies We also managed to get a few pairs of Tan Ox ford Tics for Ladies. DON'T PORGET THE PUCE Our Prices Arc Right Every Day n the Week White, Tan, Brown and Black Laces, SHk and Cotton for Ladies' Oxferds, Snow King White and White Cream Cleaner, for whkc shoes, 1 0c and 1 5c. Safem Shoe Store (I IX). V. EY11E, ittfl HTATi: KTUEirr. T. MAPLEniOHPH. "V tfQMfiZjtfNml !fill SOMETHING DOING EVERY MINUTE Notice to ClcaH U. Perty owners In tha eitr of Sa- 1 ad tenants of snek property are r notified that nil premlaea H be cleaned thnmnvhlv within dT from UiU date. Falling to we city autkorltie will clean or 7ou, and tar tha croeasa to Property. By order of the coun ted May SO. 1407. Bpeclal Eastern Excursion rat. May 20, 21, June 6, 7, 8, July 3, A, 5, August 8, 9, 10, September 11. 12, 13. To Chicago and return, 873.15. St. LouU and return, 169.15 St Paul and return, Omaha, Council Bluff, Sioux City. St. Joe, Kmm City and return 61.5. WM. M'MURRAY, 5-21-tf B- PM- XfU !; ELEVENTH ! HOUR It U not quite that late to tho aale of the crockery, glau waro and dlihea at our itoro. 1 But they will soon be all gon, t as they are being wld below coit, to mako room for moro 2 groceries. j H. M. BRANSON ipfoil31.432SUteSt TO HKCL'UK TUB IIT !' fil'ITH I'llO! VOL'U IIAKISa AT ALIi TIMES 1H TO THE A 111(11! QUALITY HAKIXO I'OW'DEIt. KV KUVII01IV HAH A GOOD W'OIU) 1'OK KI'I'MSVH I'EItFEOriON' IIAK1.NO If m'DKIt. KVKUY TIME YOU I'SE IT YOU AIII5 KXKllClff- IXa KKK.V JUIMJM1T. SOLI MY ALL CHOCKH. UASWAUIVKKSti MY C, M. HWLKV, SALKM, OMK.j July 4th AT SALEM gtaaBasKaammtaimsmBmmFvmemKammmm aBSSnBSBSEBt CELEBRATE WITH US SEE ANNOUNCEMENTS LATER Hl W. A. MOOlUti. Rfer.