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wcrr sTgwpwfl ' w ? rjlTJT DAILT CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEXKSBAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1007. -V" TIF 7' J W JPC The Old Comer J. L. STOCKTON Salem's Leading Bargain House PRE. HOLIDAY SALES Ladies' Suits . ' , y , and Coats... GfliT A better selection than ever. New Garments just received, having been delayed in transit, will all be offered at greatly reduced prices. Ladies' Suits . . . $5.00 to $48.00 Ladies' Long Coats . $3.50 to $32.00 Children's Long Coats $1 .50 to $1 0.00 Ladies' Short Coats. $ 3.50 to $22.00 Dress Goods Reductions 28c a Yard Regular 50c to 85c values Sixty-five Bolts of assorted black and colored novelties to be closed out at yard . . 28c 41 c a Yard Eielitv Bolts of novelties and plain goods, worth 50c up to $1 a yard, are on ! bargain table at ... 41 c 58c a Yard Regular $1 Black Novelties I 15c a Yard Twenty-Two Bolts of assorted novel ties and blacks that formerly sold for 25c to 35c a yard. 68c a Yard A splendid assortment of novelty Dress Goods, worth $1 and $1.25 a yard, to close out at yard . . . 68c 78c a Yard Regular $1 .25 Black Novelties MAKES AN APPEAL FOR MEN'S LIVES Ambassador Creel Asks Leniency for Murderers in Mexican Ventton-(lary. (United Proas Loasod Wire.) Washington, Nov. 27. In re sponse to a number of written ap peals from mombers of congress from New York nnd from Senator Culberson, of Texas, Ambassador Creel, of Moxlco. lins recommended that the lives of Dr. Chnrlci S. Harle, of Texas; William Mitchell, alias Richardson, nnd Lcsllo 13. Hulbort, alias Mason, of Rochester, N. Y., tho throe men In tho Chihuahua (Mex ico) Jail awaiting execution by Bhoot Ing for tho' nvurdor of two men for their" insurance money, bo spared, They have been In prison flvo yenr. Ambassador Creel has advised Act ing (lovornor Bandies of theso poll- lions, and recommended that tho. death ponnlty bo commuted to 20 years' imprisonment. Richardson, Mason nnd Hnrle were to have boen shot on Decem ber C. Tho arrost, accusation, trial and developments in tho enso form ono of tho inott sensatlonnl chap tors In tho history of life Insurnnco companies nnd In orlmlnology. Tho case has been fought through nil tho Mexican court. I S&teSbK&& JfiB nousts SHOESf For ilMcffl vW -M t.fc. . JsX' bsssa n. .. v-- mf l mian fP& Hn IF YOU HAVE CASH TO SPEND TRADE AT A CASH STORE Tho success of our Bhoo de partment is duo to tho fact that every pair of Is built to glvo satisfactory Bt,r vlco nnd thoy comblno propor fit ting qualities with corrost Btylo. ASK YOUR NEIGHBORS AHOUT THEM SMILES iThTo I? not inuoh room to play U! t v,lth $100,000 in a bank t "ooln as though It has bean ln- Iv'nt f ,.m tho boglnnlng. . A . Bhort eloctrlo rond from Urn i Stayton would bo worth iro f-an aU kinds of papar roads E.i rrn Oregon. It h nit so eny to stonl lands In B" tracts under the Carey act oa is n r:p(i jjy those who went l- itH. da', rho Thanksgiving Journal will bo a, inon on Thanksgiving Day. ft'Ko to cat turkey. nv onng man who will not join Boosters should b temporarily OlllfkH Irnn. ..I.tl.... .... n.tM. Ilia v num Biinu , iii nmi p Eiri every Right in the week. Ex't ro on the best Eastern ks h ain taken at par In Su- f" Tr wag ono cause. Places Tt'and had a boom on. A Ka-i mm wero trying to handle Mi ci- hundred thousand dollar Pf i v, trom ono to ton thou id f-- Tn .ho nnnntrv throe hi a lav wok paid for a dollar 1 Tj"' a dav Inlinr. anouch 10 r ' 1 And thoy wero all IU i over thoucht what it lOj i '-efrtvr iYin nrarflt onil nnli. n'"' rf a community in a bank or '0- " r.T tn nlni.ln till III MhU Hi' p. jou ever thought that . a ueeu aesiroyeo. xuui l- rptored In years, perhap M" destroying or weakening or Ja-k In Western Oregon. We P m tlmos aa bad, without FK lU ft Slnpl kn.lniviu hmtlA nr "T at Salem, and there Is no 1 r Appling anyone In this flur- Xow IlncorpomtloiiH. Reuna Vista Hop Company; prin cipal olllco, SaJam, Orogon; cnpltul stock, $15,000;, Incorporators, Rue soil Catlln, .Tamoa R, Linn and Poroy V. Gottor. Portland, Bugano & Kaatorn Rail way Company; principal offlco, Port land, Orogon; onpltnl atook, $1,000, 000; incorporators, J .0. Storoy, J. C. Drnchor, C. Rrachor, A. Wolch, 15. W. Hall and John H. MoNnry. Vnlo Tranafor & Ioe Company; prlnolpal oOlco, Vale, Orogon; capi tal stock, $6000; Incorporators, wn wood L. Clark, Smith D. Taylor and G, A. Newman. A R(liablo Remedy for Croup. Mrs. S. Roslnthal, of Turner, Mich Jgan, says: "We havo used Cham berlain's Cough Medicine for our selves and children for several yeara and like it very much. I think It is the only remedy for croup and can highly recommend it." For sale at Dr. Stone's drug store. CSIFFTS AT TUB OUANT.ROOT WEDDING. Washington, Nov. 27. .Numerous weddlmr nresents for Ulysses S. Grant III and Miss Bdlth Root, who will ba married at 4 o'olook this af- tornoon, ware received at the Root rosldonco this morning. Among uie gifts is a silver broakfast sorvlc. which belouged to the groom's grand mother. Mrs. U. S. Oraut. The pres ent from the bride's father Is a dla mnmi tiara and a tan set. Preeldont Roosev< sent a painting of the south nortlro of tho Whito House, where tho younjr coupio mm ADDITIONAL CHURCH SERVICES At St. Paul's Hplscnpnl, Tharo will bo a oalobratlon of holy communion lit St. Pauls at 7:30 tomorrow morning. At tin 10 o'olook sarvloo tho rootor will pronoli on "The National ConscloaiuuMe of Thanksgiving." Tho program will bo follews: Organ proludo, "Madltatlon," J. Loljbach. Proc9lonnl Hymn, "Anolont of Days," 311. Gloria Patrl, Danks. ' To Deum in C, Roland Swart. Jubilate in B-flat, Btholbort Navln Anthom. "O Lord, How Manifold Aro Thy Works," C. A. Olaro. Sormon. Offertory, anthem, "Tho Lord Is Loving Unto Bvery Man," C. Simp son. Presentation, "Ail Things Com of Thee, O Lord," Anon. ReceiRlon hymn, "Como Ye Thank ful People, Come," 193. Postlude, maroh, Frank L. Molr. Mrs. W. Carlton Smith, soprano. Mrs. Etta Squire Soley, oontralto, Mr. Wm. MoOiiohrist, tenor. Mr. F. G. Dookobaoh, baritone. F. E. Newberry, organist. Tho public will bo cordially wel come. J Christian Science. I Regular Thanksgiving sarvleoa nt- j First Christian Selep nhuroli, on iChemoketa street. AH oordially l .vitod. Cures Winter CourIi. J. B. Govor. 101 N. Main St., Otta wa, Kan., wrljes: "Bvory fall It has boen my wife's troublo to catch n sovorn cold, and thorofoio to cough all wintor long. Last fall I got hor a bottlo of Horohound Syrup. She used It and has boon nblo to sloop Boundly nil night long. Whonovor tho cough troubles hor, two or thrco dosos stops tho cough, nnd sho is nblo to bo up and well." 25c, 50c un.j t"0. Sold by D. J. Fry. OASTOIIIA. 0!gnturo of o HIIiL AND IIAUIUMAN AT I'BACB AGAIN. (Unltod Pross Lonsod Wire.) Now York, Nov. 27. FJrom oxcol- lont sourcoH tho Trlbuno prints tho following atatomont teduy: "Tho Hnrrlman nnd Hill rnllroad ItitorMtfi. it wns larne yestardny, from sourceij that should bo In formed on the wibject, have arrived at 1111 nsroeinant which will Insure harmony bo'-waoii them for tho fu ture. Announcement of this agree ment. which In wild to be the remit t of J. P. Morgan, I expected to bo made within the next day or two" GSjAfute&t SHRIOUSLY LVJURHI) BITTERS IJY IlLHOTIUO CAR. "Keep the sy tern strong and blood pure by using the Bitter? and you are f n r I I ft R il against at-(night. He stood on the ends of tho . .. .r..j...i .. n j uuaruw immwjw, u inic - Ing In North Salem, wai knocked in to the gutter and . seriously hurc, ,whiJo attempting to board an elee- trlc car at the corner of Fourth ana Hood Btreets about 8 o'olook last tacks ofClilllfl and Colds. It also cures Poor Appetite, Sirk Kcadjulie, Indigestion, Female Ills, ,and Mairl. ties and waved the car to stop. Mo torraan Will StapJeton slowed down, but Baldwin did not step back In tlrao to escape being struck by the corner of the car. knocking blm Into the gutter. He reoeived some scalp wounds, but exonerates tho motor man from all blame. The night was very dark and there Is no crosswalk at that place. GOOD WOOLEN UNDERWEAR Means comfort for tho cool winter wenthor. Our nssortmont of undorwoar for every member, of tho family embraces ovory do slrnblo quality. TABLE LINENS . Today Is tho Inst olmtico to proparo for. your Thanksgiving dinnor. W(S5ro showing a swoll lino of tabid dnmaak with napklna to ' ' 'A mntoh, Our iiricoo arcj figured on tho spot onsh hnsU. That's why yo uu dorwll "rognilar "8toro3." JO rr) a ars'si&d (5zdS& cos0 Our Store Will Remain Closed All Day Tomorrow Thanksgiving Day. Constipation, Indigestion, drive nway appotlto and mnko you woalc nnd slok. Holllutor's Rocky Moun tain Ton retitoroe tho appetite, drives away dlsonwo, Uullds up tho system. 3 cant, Ten or Tablets. For snlo at Dr. Stone's store. -K- BRYAN ANXOUNCKH IIIH POIdTICAL PLATFORM. Washington. Nov. 27 Mr. Bry- nn nnnouncod the following as his plank at tho dinner In his honor nt Washington last night: Tariff re form, railroad regulation, Incomo tax, rostralnt of government by in junction, oiootlon of wonators by di rect vote of tho people, arbitration of labor disputes, onforcemont of trust laws, anti-ship subsidy, nntl- Imperialism and antl-centrallzatlon. Ho failed to elaborate upon a rem edy for financial ovIIb. I nln't feeling right today, Somothlng wrong I must tay; Como to think of It, that's right I forgot my Rooky Mountain Tea lat night. For sale at Dr. Stone's store. Thiuiksjjlvliijj Services Sister AvaliaNla. mliwloaary of India, will lecture at Commercial Hall nt 3 p. in. on "The Human Race and Itti Relation to the Plan et." At 7:30 p. in. "The Comln Emancipation of the Race." To night at 7:30 . m. "The Hindu and His Awakening." Free. Women Need a natural laxative and tonic when troubled with lassitude, depression, nervousness or a general run-down condition of the system. Nature responds quickly, and regu larity is established by the use of xeechanM HHIMMMIIIMIMH I Thanksgiving Dinner no CBNTS. II WO A. M. 11:00 1 M. Soup. Cream of Tomato. OlSnU)ln Oyster. Celery. Olives Z .Ihrlmp Salad Willi MayoimUo DreMiln);. Roftit Turkey Cranberry Sauco Brtnaun Fritters. Sugar Qarn Mashed Potatoos Broud and Buttor. . Duwiai't. Pumpkin Plo Ioe Oranm Aiworted Cakes Nuts RaUlns Cafo Nolr. DOUGLAS ICO Stato St. Phono 187 $ II STARR PIANO ; i HIGH CLASS GOODS ! GEO. C WILL aimtHMiiimimiiii Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society Frank Meredith, Resident A guar. Ofllco with Wm. Brown & Co,, No. 20 Commercial street. MONEY TO LOAN TIIOS. K. FORD. Ovor Lndd & BupIi'u Bank, Salem, Or I NEWTODAY'f For Bale So vera 1 Iioubos in Salem, and farm 'ands nt a bargain. Cap- itnl Natlounl Bank. C-l-eod 10 to 25 per cent. disc, on Xmas Presents For the balance of the month of November, consisting of FOR MEN Watches from . . $1.59 to $10.N Watch Chains from . . IMto 28.01 Cuff Buttons from . 50c to 25.W Gold and Silk Fobs from l . 1.50 to 1S.N Signet and Set Rings, Scarf,Pins, Emblem Charms, Lockets, Studs, Tie Clasps,1) Match Safes, Umbrel las, Smoking Sets, Shaving Cups. FOR LADIES Watches from Long Chains from Bracelets from . Brooches from Necklaces from $2.50 to $100.00 2.25 to 25.00 . 1.25 to 30.00 . 1.00 to 75.00 . . . 1.00 to 15.00 Fobs, Chatelains, Pendaits, Layalliers, Crosses, Cuff Pins, Beads, Earrings, Dress Pins, Rings, Thimbles Toilet jSets, and many artides too numerous to name Partial payment witi secure a purchase until Christmas, LcadiRfl Jeweter pt.QC u u:nmekC Next dew to md ociM tnas. n. ninges c. mmi m Only oe o CmmaM St. Fftgravtog fm. SoldcYcrywtarc. Inlxtildc.dWc.