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DAILY CATITAIj JOURNAL, SALEM, ORBGON WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1007.
L. STOCKTON THE QLD WHITE CORNER GREAT CLEARANCE SALE AND JUNE WHITE DAYS IERAL REDUCTION ALL THROUGH THE BIG STORE tad Opera House KO. P. CORDRAY, Manager. NESDAY, JUNE 5 Ingngcmcut Extraordinary. rs. Lcslic-Cartc IN- DU BARRY By David Bclnsco. chestrn, first 3 rows. .92.00 rhcslni, last 0 rows.. 2.80 toss Clrclo 2.50 3t two rows Balcony $2.00 Kt (wo rows ........ 1.50 st row 1.00 at Sale at box ofllco Wednesday, Phono orders nccopted. Cur rises at 8 o'clock. KltNKATH THE GOLDEN DOME. Happens In Oregon Public At- ln When the Cut's Away. boo llarklcy and wlfo went to Hew to hold tho Orogon oonfor Df thn United Brothron churoh. til Mrs, Barkloy nro woll-known cgnlans, have big henrts and aero thnu 200 apiece. Thoy prong clean peoplo, cloaoly Idon- wl'h tho country llfo of tho lonwcalth. Tho bUhop tnkoa no In prllMcs, but bo 1b a man who for a groat deal not to havo kralnst you. a'torney-general has written r which Is called an opinion In iw8jiapors which sustains tho Hon of tho combination that l!ed tho Unlvorslty tax bill 'h the legislature, and who aro Ined that It shall not bo sub to a voto of tho peoplo under ferendum clauso of tho constl- It would bo hard to toll what ttornoy-genoral'a offlco Is for, bolster up grafts, protect of m, and sustain tho political ne That would bo considered lr ' non grata' 'If the Ropubll- r'y wero In tho opposltlou, but has forty thousand majority lu n. yts leaders do not havo to Mica to tho people. That pol- r'.ailng to tho tuno of tho rea ls rxpenslvo for tho party, as It hfs tho state with Democrats f""st offices, like governor, "f Portland and other lm- r aces. The peoplo aro only B for tho next opportunity to smash at the machine. ' for mayor of Portland a sec tme Well, that Is an office, ' y speaking, tho most Ira t In the state, next to gover That city has nearly as many as tho rest of tbo state and greater problems to master, venues are about tho samo as fete, and It baa as many crlm- and moro "Interests" to deal than tho sUto baa. That great Ucaa city electa to have an In- dent-Democrat to having a ma publlcaa mayor. That pots r Laae la the way of becoming "date for Governor. Ho Is a treat ladlvMaalky and "toar ." that hi what tfca peo- o to waat laae amy. Tmf nro not satisfied with a man bolng a moro partisan for partisan purposos. That kind of a man may bo good enough in an offlco that doos not amount to much, but for mayor or- governor tho "peoplo" wnnt some thing besides tho moro tool of a ma chine, tho cxecutlvo of tho graft, tho mouthplcco of tho pntronngo ped lors. Thoy want a man on top his bolng a party man. Lane will mako a bettor Mayor tho second torm than tho' first If ho doos not becotno too cranky, and If ho docs not bicomo too anxious for tho honor, ho will not bo unavailablo for governor. Let tho Republicans take notlco that Lnno has brains and courage. Ho toro off great chunks of hldo and hair In tho shapo of abuses In tho admin istration of tho city of Portland. Ho would, as a candldato for govornor, attack and cxposo and oxcorluto abuses in tho stato ndmlnlstrntln.i, and If tho Republicans put up a mnn who has a bad record, or who would bo sllont or defond tho grafts and nbusos In various dopnrtnionts of tho stato, tho Republicans who cars moro for administration that Is clean nnd progressiva than thoy do for par ty would voto for Lane, and olect hi in tho noxt governor. This Is thrown out as an off-hand opinion, that tho Republican loaders of Oregon need not adopt as gonoral gopol, but It might boar a llttlo rumination, as thoy havo bcon In tbo habit of doing their rumination out In tho cold, cold bnok kltchon, whoro tho tramps food, and contotnplato tho unnppro- elatlvo woodpile. Ex-United States Senator Prod Mulkey went up on tho train last night to bo ono of tho orators of tho Stato Unlvorslty. Ho was senator for about two weeks, and his llfo In Washington was ono continuous round of social functions. Mr. Mul koy Is a combination of Lord Chettor flold nnd Adonis, has a beautiful flguro, a Roman countonance, looks df an ambrosial toxturo, and tho prettiest flguro of a man this stato has ovor sent to tho senate. Ho wears clothes that fit. and has an In come of senatorial proportions. Of course, ha U opposed to the people taking tho referendum on tho Uni versity or anything olse, and looks longingly forward to occupying a permanent seat In the American Houso of Lords. He will contest the seat of Bonator Fulton two years hence, and tho state might have worso than Senator Mulkey. Ha Is a man with great pride In doing things right, and bo would never commit such a solecism oh calling on a sena tor or ambassador oxcept In the right cut of coat, and at tho right moment laid down In the moit correct social ode. Orogon baa not been looked, up to by the sooiety people as raaek as It ought to bo, and wa bave had too many men going around there la baggy pants and bob-tall saok coats. We need a Ward McAllister to set us right In the eyes of tbo Four Han- dred. . Petticoats Prised. Tho prized possession of tho Boliv ian Indian woman nnd hor chief prldo also, whether sho is pure Indian or chola, Is hor pottlcoat, soys a writer In nn enstorn exchange. Her dowry Is in this gnrmont. LIko tho Dutch woman of tradition, she carries her wealth about with her. Thcso petti coats are of all colors, of tho rain bow and divers other hues not found thereon. I first noticed them at Nn2 arano, and remarked tho lovo of col or, which must bo Inborn, for tJio garments were of yellow, purple, vio let, fiery red, crimson, scarlot, sub dued orange, glaring saffron, bluo and reegn. They wero Bhort, reach ing baroly below tho knee, and no difference was observed botweon childhood, maidenhood, matronly middle llfo nnd wrinkled old age. Glancing from my window In Tu plzn I thought it was a parade of perambulating balloons. Theso women havo a habit which tho bashful traveler does not at first understand. When ho sees ono of them calmly removing a pottlcoat, ho is apt to turn away, but ho need not do so. It may that tho advancing heat of tho day has caused tho wonrer to discard tho outer skirt, but moro likely it Is tho vanity of hor sex, and tho deslro to mnko hor slstors envious by showing what is beneath, for each new venture disclosed Is moro bril liant thnn tho ono which ovorlnpped It. I sat In tho plaza at Tuplzn and watched two Indian women try to mnko each other envious. Tho first ono romoved tho outer petticoat, which was of purplo. This divest ment disclosed nnot'hor garment of blazing red, nnd nftcr that camo a brilliant yellow. Tho other woman started with a green pottlcont, and gradually got down to a mlxturo of bluo and yollow. By that timo I had begun to fear for tho consoquoncos nnd mndo a protenso of turning my bnck by strolling to tho hotel. Do Not Neglect tho Children. At this season of tho yoar tho first unnntural loosonojs of a child's bowels should havo Immedlato atten tion. Tho best thing that can bo given Is Chnmborlnln's Colic, Cholorn nnd Diarrhoea Romcdy followod by castor oil as dlroctcd with each hot tlo of tho romcdy. Foro salo by Dr. Stone's drug store. o Hurt IIIh Feelings. "I told thnt poor ydung wldnw," began Mrs. Nurltch, "thnt you'd give hor boy work If " '.'Well, I won't," Interrupted Nu rltcli. "Sho sent him todny with a note that said: 'I must find em ployment for my son even if ho works for a moro pittance.' Tho norvo of her calling mo n moro pit tnnoo." Philadelphia Pross, o Frohnwdcr Still Unconscious. John Frohmador, tho young man so badly hurt Sunday, la slightly bettor than yesterday. Ho Is still unconscious most of tho timo, but rouses occasionally for a few mlnutos at a timo. o Ills Concert Toilet. Holnrloh Conrlod was talking about old fashlonod concerts. "Somo of tho hjts directed nU thoso concorts woro morlted,' ho said. "Ono hit, 'and a good ono, was mado by nn old Chicago millionaire. Ho culled upstairs to his daughters: "What a timo you girls tako got-1 ting ready for tho concert. Look at me; a bit of wadding In each oar and I'm all roady. "Now York Tribune. How to lire oa 15 cents a Jay. Tbo a'.nd as well as the body Is ben efttted by economy la eating. There' do health giver Ilka a diet of Hoi llster'i Rocky Mouatala Tea. In a etartlla way Jt ktf yon golajr. 35 eeat. Tea or TaaWa. For talc at SteWs trT Kara. Don't I I ! t Don't let your child suffer with that cough when you cure It with Ballard's Horehound Syrup, a suro euro for Coughs, Bronchitis, Infiuon za, Croup and Pulmonary Diseases Buy a bottlo and try It. o IX LIGHTER VEIN. Ronrtllug.Rmiso Conundrum. "Why Is n woman Ilka nn air ship?" asked tho thin boarder. "Hard to manage," suggested tho man with tho fat wlfo. "Good, but not tho correct an swer," said tho thin one. "Takes so long to get hor started," suggested nnothor. "Thut's not It." "Well, wo glvo It up," camo tho chorus. "Because when sho gets up In tho nlr' you can't tell what she's going to do noxt." Yonkors Statesman. . o Ho Fired tho SUck. "I havo fired tho walking-stick I'vo carriod over 40 years, on account of a soro thnt resisted overy kind of treatment, until I tried Bucklon's Arnlcn Salvo; that has honied tho soro and mndo mo a happy man," writes John Garrett, of North Mills, N. C. (lunrantcod for Piles, Burns etc., by J. C. Perry druggist. 25c. o Sllvcrton Notes. Thcro was n card party given at tho homo of Mrs. Allco Barkhurst laBt Tuosday ovonlng, In honor of Miss Jonnlo's nineteenth birthday. Lunch wan Borved at 11 o'clock. Thoso presont wore: Misses Jonnlo Barkhurst, Jonnlo Cooley, Byrd Cooley, Paulino Maschcr; Mossrs. Clifford Hondryx, Harry Stocn, Frank Truman nnd Honry Woaro. Missed Lcuoro Down and Bortha Allen nttendod tho ball gamo at Mt, Angol last Thursday. Mr. Frank Wrny nnd wlfo ro turncd from California Inst Wednes day. Tho Sllvor'ton bnsoball team played with tho Mt Angol team Inst Thursday. Tho gamo was an excit ing ono, nnd a largo crowd was pres ent. Tho gamo ended with n scoro of 15 to 8 In favor of Sllvcrton, Tho Sllvcrton orchestra mado tho muslo for tho ontortalnmont glvon at Contrnl Howoll last Wodnosday ovonlng. A largo number of Sllvorton poo plo attended tho ball gamo at Wood burn Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Blnncho Coffon, of Portland, waB In tho city last wook. Mr. Girt. Cooley, who has boon at Astoria for a couplo of wcoks, ro turncd to tho city last Thursday. Mr. Frnnk Wrny mndo a business trip to Portlnnd last Tuosday. Mr. Fred Welch went to Woodburn Inst Thursday. Mr. Ralph C. Barkhurst wont to Portland Inst Tuosday. Mr. Frank V. Wrny wont to Port lnnd Inst Friday to accept a position at tho roundhouse Mlsseii Jonnle Barkhurst and Byrd Cnoloy attended tho Drill gamo at Woodburn last Thursday. Mr. Honry Wonro mndo a. trip to Woodburn Inst Thursdny. Thcro will bo n grand bnll glvon at tho W. O. W. hall noxt Saturday ovonlng. All nro Invited. o How's This? Wo offor Ono Hundred Dollars Ro ward for any caso of Catarrh that ennnot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cur. F. J. Cheney &. Co., Toledo, 0. Wo, tho undersigned, havo known F. J. Cheney for tho last 15 yoars, and bollovo him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and finan cially ablo to carry out any obliga tions mado by him firm. Waldlng, Klnnan & Marvin, Wholesale Drug gtsa, Toledo, 0, Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Inter nally, acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surface of tho system. Testimonials sent free. Prices, 76 cenU por bottle. Sold by all Drug gists. Tako Hall's Family Pills 'for constipation. Start the Bowels When you suffer with sick hcailache. biliousness, torpid Hver, tainted breath or stomach ills start the bowels. Health deavamki thnt they move naturally at least once a day: otherwise poisons arc thrown bnck into tho blood and the whole body becomes a lodging place tor disease. Keep the bowck open with BEECHAM'S PILLS when thcro ts tho slightest evidence of Irregularity, and you will be free from the complaints caused by sluggish bowels or an inactlvo liver. The action of Ucccham's Pills Is gcntlo but thorough. FHty slx years before the public, thctr wonderful success as liver ana bowel correctives, has won first place for them as Nature's Constipation Cure In boxes with full directions, loc. and 33c MukUitt Progr. Tho Parson Well, Tommy, how aro you getting along at school? Tommy Fine; I'vo got so I oan A Cinch. The Dutohor I notice that you only buy half as much meat as you I uttxi u. Somo of your baardws wrlto my own oxeusos now. Chicago qNUT TUa Baardlag-House Keojor Na: four of them, are in love. Brooklyn Ragle. o The Texas "WonOrr, Cures all kidney, bladder and rheumatic trouble; sold by all drug Cistf, or two raosths' treatment by mall for 11. Dr. . W. Hall, 292C Olive tret, St. Louts, Mo. 8ad for tMtlaoaiala . Bold by fKoae's drug store. 4wlyr O ' Not Allowed to Have Ihtm. Hewitt You baro tomo Ideas of your own. Jowett Well, don't mention It to my wife. few an?c m MM aiBur MtfH 2U$2S News. For stomach troubles, biliousness and constipation try Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Many remarkable cures hare been effected by them. Price 25 cents. Samples free. For sale by Dr. Stone's drug store. Pound JUnk ameer Guilty. Pittsburg, Juno 6. The sealed verdict In tho caso of Charles Mens ener, former assistant teller of the defunct enterprise bank, was opened this morulas;. It found the defend ant guilty of mUapplyinj; funds. - a OWc a4 Pferrto. Palna la tfca atoaaacb, colic aa4 diarrhoea ax Hkkly rei!vf by taa us ( CaaaAarVaia'a Colic, Cfc4 aa4 Dku-raae lUsaiy, Ver A tar Dr. fHa' 4rf . Resolutions of Tliankn. At n regular meeting of Sedgwick Post, No. 10, a. A. It., hold Tuesday night, Juno 4th, It wan Rosolvcd, Thnt tho thanks of tho members of Sedgwick Post nro duo nnd nro hereby tendered to nil por tmnn who nldod nnd assisted by con tributions of money, fiowors nnd ser vices to tho exorcises incldont to Me morial Dny, nnd ospoclnlly aro thoy tendered to tho ouporlntendont, tho principals, tho tc.toliora and tho pu pils of (ho Salem public school, nnd to tho mothor superior and tho pupils of tho Academy of tho Sacred Heart, for tho patriotic oxcrclsos hold In said schools on Wednesday nftor- noon; to tho superintendent, tho pu pils nnd tho mombors of tho band of tho stato reform school for tho mu slo so kindly furnished and bo bonu- tlfully rondored nt tho comotory; to tho Rov. Davis Krrott for tho nblo hud patriotic normon dollvored to tho votornns on Memorial Sunday, nnd to tho choir nnd mombors of tho Christian church for tho eplondld muolo furnished and for tho cordial wulcomo cxtondod to upon thnt occasion; to Mrs. Krrott for tho touching original hymn dedi cated by her to tho votornns nnd nung by hor nnd other momhora of tholr choir to iiiubIc composed nnd writ- ton for tho occnslon by our comrade, 7.. M. Purvln, to whom, nlso, special thanks nro horoby extondod; to tho officers nnd mombors of Company "M," 0. N. a., for tho cheerful man ner In which thoy turned out to es cort tho votornns to church nnd to tho comotory, nnd for tho aid ron dored by them nt tho Inttor plnco during tho momnrlnl exorcises; to Mr. MclCulght, n Wlllnmotto student, for tho mastorly uiaunor In which ho delivered thnt materpleco of modern olnsslcnl lore, Lincoln's Gettysburg nddrms; to tho Women's Relief Corps for tho kindly officos por formed by thorn In providing tho vot- ornns with bouquets with whloh to deoornto tho gntvos of tholr Into comrndos, nnd for tho fluo collation nerved In tholr hall to tho tired nnd hungry votornns nftor tho arduous duties of tho dny woro ovor; to tho Indies of tho Grand Army for tho ninny courtosles shown by thorn to tho "old boys" at mld-dny; to tho Rov. F. 13. Doll for his patriotic nd dross; to Miss Holono Dalrymplo for tho splendid manner In which she renderod "Tho Georgia Voluntoor," nnd to Harry Moyer and quartet for tho patriotic program at tho ovonlng oxorclsos. Resolved, That tho thanks of this Post aro duo to tho press of this city for its uniform willingness to aid ua by, nnd through, tho ua of Its col umns, and by tho courtesies extend ed to us by all Ita representatives. Resolvvd, That thoso resolutions bo furnUhud Tho Capital Journal and tbo Or won Dally Statesman for publication. JOHN P. ROBERTSON, Post Com. D. Webster, Pott Adjutant. 0 ilHIII"""""""lftlt " 1111 u'rf'S' 1 ill f'l'i'ti'i'l'l ISPI'" ij THE MARKETS. . Mako Balent a Good Home ', Market. mmnm mint Hini'ii SALEM MARKKT, Btetaer's Market. Dealers la Ash, game and poultry. Highest cash prlee paid far egsje, Prompt delivery. State street. Local Wholesale Market. Eggs H. lions 10c; young catckons, lie. Ducks 10c; geese, 80; Urkeyf, 13G1Cc Buttor 24o; fat, 22c Local wheat 80c, Oatn 43c. Barloy $31. Flour Hard wheat, $5.00; Yally, $3.70. Mill food Bran, $10.50; shorts, $2O0$21. Hay Cheat and clover, $8 $9 por ton; timothy, $11 $12 per ton. Onions $3,00 por owt; potato, tho votornns 80c por cwt. Hops Choice, 10 Clio; prime M choice, 8ft0c; medium to prime, 8 Ho. Chlttlm bark 6V4e. Tropical FthHa. Bananas $6,75, Oranges $3(P$4. Lemons $5,75. Retail Market. Oats $30; wheat, 90o per bw.Ji rolled barloy, $27, Egg 20o dos,; 2 dot. 35e, Apples $3,00. Buttor Country, 30c; ereemery, 30c. Flour Valloy, $1.16 9$ 1.11 W sack; hard wheat, $1.36 $1,49. Bran -65o por sack; $21 per ton. Hay Timothy, 75o por cwl.j client, 55a; clover, 50a por cwt. J shorts, 05o por cwt. Livestock. Hogs Fat, CVsC Cattle 1100O1200 ! tttters, 4 c. Lighter stoors 3 W O 3 c. Cows and heifers 90001009 Si, 3HHc. Stock hogs 0OVsO. Lambs 4V4 &C Veal Dressed, DQ7c, TohIkIiI. If you woud enjoy tomorrow tako Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets tonight. Thoy produco an agroeablo laxatlvo effect, ofoar tho head and cloanso tho stomach Prico, 25 cents. Samples freo nt Dr Stone's drug store. O ' I5xWTifiire. He (after bolng promptly accept ed) Why dldu't you say "ua" at first and keep mo In euspenso a while? I understand that Is tho way women genornlly do. She Well, I tried that once, and -and "And what?" "He didn't ask mo tbo second tlifte." Plck-Me-Up. HollUtor's Rocky Mountain Tea Purifies the blood, straugtheas the nones, regulatea taa fcowele, aide the kidney, curea stomach troubles, builds up tae aervotta ferea aa4 re pairs the III elect ef ever aatle. Tea or TaMa, 31 aa4. Far sale at St4MM' drw s4f. PORTLAND MAKKKT, Wheat Club 8S87; valley lie;- blue stum, 88 00c. Oats Choice white, 29o. Mlllstuff Hraa, $17, Hay Timothy, $16 $18; alfalfa $13. Vetch $8.50. Poult ry-AHons, 14, mixed cklck ens, 13 He; dressed chickens, Xi 15c; turkeys, live, 130 He; ducks, 13014c; pigeons, $l$l,25, Pork Heat, $5.500 $5.75. Lambs $6. Ilcef Dressed, 5tf Ic. Mutton sen c. Hops UCflOHo Mi, according U quality. Wool Valley, coarse to madtuH, 29tf23o; eastera Oron, 13 918a. o AueleHt Kottu) Is now morely a memory of the past. Ballard's Snow Liniment Is the fam ily liniment of tho twentieth ceatury, A poiltlro euro for Xktmaatltm, Burns, Cuts, Sprains, Neuralgia, etc., Mr. C. H. Hunyon, Btanberry, Mo., writes: "I havo used Snow Llutmeat for Rheumatism and all pala, I can't say enough In Its praise." Sold by D. J. Fry, 'a? Why Ho IHeii. "So poro old Dill's gone, 'as Ow was 'o killed?" "Three ton of cement fell oa bis cheat." "As, poro fallow I u alius said e was weak there," The Tatler, -' ' a r "" I), 8. Laughter, Hyhalla, MWc, writes: "I have twa children waa had croup. I tried waay dlKret rets dies, ant I MiMti say yr Mareaewad, Syrap la taa beet Cramp aa4 Oatsch, J. Fry, ,1