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DAILY CAT! TAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, DKCKMIIER 5, 1007.
5 J. L STOCKTON Cash Sale VERYTHING IN THE STORE EXCEPTING A VERY FEW CONTRACT GOODS EDUCED FROM TEN TO FIFTY PER JUST THINK OF IT, SOME GOODS ARE HALF PRICE LADIES' SHORT COATS. k3, covcrta and fancy novelties HALF PRICE LADIES' PETTICOATS $2,00 to $3.50 values in, meror tzed .satins, moroons and alpncaa. $1.48 Spot Cash v -5 rrf a cent fli frwty BOYS' AND MEN'S SUITS A big tablo full of assorted styles, ono suit of a kind Half Price LADIES' FURS. Assorted styles In nock scarfs Isabella For Whllo Tibbot,- Gray Squirrel, etc. $4.78 Spot Cash Dress Goods Specials 58c a yard nyard ulafr fiOc nml 85c vnlues. Blxty-flvo bolts of assorted ck and colored novelties to bo sod out at 28c yard. jc a yard Eighty bolts of novoltios and kin goods worth GOc up to $1.00 rard tiro on tho bargain tablo lie. a yard splendid assortment of nov- drc-s goods worth $1.00 and 123 a yard, to closo out at 03c ird. Regular $1.00 black novelties. 1 5c a yard Twonty-two bolts of assorted novelties and blacks that formerly sold for 2Gc to 35c a yard. 78c a yard Rogular $1.25 black ntvoltlos. TROOPS MAYBE CALLED OUT i , (United Press Leased Wtro.) Washington, Dec. 5. Acting Sccrotnry of War Ollvor and General Doll aro holding themselves in read iness to send troops to Gotdflold on short notice. Troops will Include tho 20th and 21st Infantry, number ing 1000. THINK MONTGOMERY" DID IT. Everything Points to Him as tiro Perpetrator of tho Awful Crime. Shprlft Culver went to tho Mac lcay neighborhood ycatorday nttor noon and Investigated tho report our rent that a man had been seen in that vicinity who nnswored to Alio description of Castool. Mr. Gulvor, after tracing ovory cluo connected with tho report, wob unablo to find any ovidonco to substantiate1 tho rumor. If Casteol Is living ho would dottbt- loss lmvo n bitter grudgo against Mrs. Costeol and Montgomery, but, bolns nn oven-tomncrcd man and San Francisco, Dec. 5. Mlno opor hnvlng a mlld di8n0Bltlon, as wit Ladies' Waist Specials I 38c Specials A lino of colored flannol and flannolotto waists worth $1.25 to $6.00 KNIT VESTS Swoater vosts in $2 and $3 val ues reduced to 98c each 98c Specials Light grado flannels, cotton and mercerized vostlngs, mohalrfl, etc Worth $1.25 to $6.00 Handkerchiefs Ladles' colorod bordered nnd .ombroldorod hnudkorchiofu. 75c Values 25c Each BONA FIDE REDUCTIONS FOR SPOT CASH ; Zxory Item mentioned Is nn honest ottering nml tho former prices mentioned me the nctual price for which they did sejl. ire dcnl. Yours for n X-RAYS. hr' riiamberlnln hns ox- the legal holidays up to and MS.Vfi'dny next. Now is the r da jour holiday shopping. 0 Smith, formerly of this ti u rn rc-electsd mnvor of Pa-i Can't keen ft Snlom irn'a f,n!i growors want tlu fxc'u-I'in act roponlud, so irt rhrnp labor, and Insist cannot carry on tholr bus!- Uinji It Modorn history A RIG INDUSTRY. Tim Lebanon Pnper Mill With An Output of OOOO Tons Annually. A roprosontntlvo of tho Domocrnt vlsttod tho Lebanon Pnpor MIUk Snturdny aftornoon while In Leba non. Ho was denlod admission ut first, th company bolng vory strlot about permitting outsldors In th mill, but finally was permitted to go through tho mill whon his mission wn learned. H Irnd th fol lowing facts: Tho mill Ih running day mid night. employing over a hundrod mn and manufacturing seventeen tons of pnpor ovory twnty-fMir hours. Tha men rocelve on an average $2 a least, began with William tho Con queror, or to ncqulro a right to sit on Penn chairs In the faculty pow, or private chapel in Stolco Poges church, which with Its private en trance through the clolstors, goos with the lordships of tho property. It might have been thought al most worth while to secure tho whole property for tho sake of tho remain In tho end, as wns porhnps in evitable, tho pootry and tho history wero rnthor put asldo for tho con sideration of tho vnltio of Stoko ators and locnl brokers are looking fdrwnrd to intorforonco In tho Gold- flold itroublo on tho part of President Roosovolt, saying that tho sending of fcdornl troops will result In tho sal vation of tho mining camps. J. S. Wllklo, a promlnont mlno op erator of Goldflold nnd othor Nova- da camps, who arrived in this city ycBtordny, snld In nn Interview this merning: "Tho poBslblo sending of fcdornl troops to Goldnohr to quoll tno probnblo demonstrations thoro on tho pnrt of tho ao-called undeslrnblo olo mont, mcniiB tho salvation of tho country. Should conditions becomo so ncuto that tho troops are ordorcd out, tho next itolllng stop toward tho establishment of nn open shop town will havo been taken. "Qoldflold's chief troublo Iipb lain In tho fact that mnny of tho minors thoro are thono who woro deported from Colorado during tho rlofnt tho latter placo n few years ngo. Thoy enmo to Novnda at n tlmo whon thoy could easily hold tho uppor hnnd, nn.I thoy hnvo practically continued to do so over slnco tho discovery of tho camp, "Should tho fedoral troops opon flro In aoldflold thoy will Bhoot to kill. Tho fodornl troops cannot bo Influenced, ns nntlonnl gunrds , can, and tho olomont of favoritism would play no part at this tlmo." Sovornl of tho lending locnl brol' era, whon questioned this morning concerning Mr. Wllklo's Btntomont, not only agreed with him, hut ex pressed thomsolve nn hopeful that fedoral troopH would bo ordorod out i noon. Alfonso Ih Renslck. (United Press LonBcd Wlro.) Drost, Krnncu, Dee. B. llnrdly ablo to stand on acoount of fionslck- iiosH, King Alfonso, of Spain, ro- colvod delegation of tho French and Park as building land. This was brought about by on offor of K0t- KhrIIhIi oIIIoIhIb on .(ho deck of the 000 for the oetnta, or, as the acic- tloneor remarked, loss than 100 nn acre, to soy nothing of the timber. Thoroupon tho occupant of tho ros- MUIVI V W -tv wlv ' ....,.-. - ...w,lrw tU Ing wing of the old-time manor trmn deeeanted upon tho value of house, which Is not to be confused building laud at Gornird's Crosi, with the more stately modern and Ileaeoulleld nnd other favor) to dU- looallty, which can tho train sorvlce of there that hie suoeewwr kept Charle prisoner for a few weoke. it a rlmllar enso where the." f Hi South thought thoy I They make wrapping paper only. v M.nrs. but thoy dlBCov-"1" U1v wo mui w- v wrro mum. i,niiA. ff win,. kind Ib made of straw. For the t ....... .1 UIIUI Wl. " 1 ... . ..... ...... ,, 4l. .. ., .,, lltllltn.il Iff Pitifamin -..it -r,,-,manuiaouiring or mis kihu hu ui,er remswi in MiuiiiMv mm, oiwuwt-. - B t what thoy nsk for. palatial mansion half a mile distant,, trlcUi In the and until lately the home of Wllber- scarcely boaHt force Bryant. Slough. This old manor house Is probably Hy minis of 2f.00 bids ran up n unlquo In historical Inoidont, It was. 00.000, and thon a halt wus cried, there that the great Coko onter-iAt 120,000 to 130,000 Mr. nam talned Queen ISIIutbeth. It was ford maintained, thoro would bo a I a straw. For the was there, also, that Sir Robert Gay- straw is bought for mlloe arounii, several hundred tons n year being used. Tho whlt paper, which comoe in rolls nnd Is more oxtenslvoly usod, mb-r 21, nnd form tho larg-is made of white llr and balm wood. Ky Htc, except tho horBO-iThe mill Is equipped witn a maoniun that grinds mo wooa jubi as iho ku Doth kinds o( ppaCi from Loavenworth, yc3rriav 8aya the bankers plrd statos prison at that Thin does tho humble wto vent his spleen at the Mighty financiers. pra-v,n exposition Is now in 5s of a receiver. It nnrolv record for mlsraanngemoiit dTa'tment and on every Mn Fjnl'y Medicine ennnot d- bills, but can save a 'ro f them. One two-Bhll- Itag? j ?n hopt a whole family ea'h for a year. Original Lemon Joke. a r rt the Lambs olub be tt H hns exhumed tho orlg- Dn '- ti,o nlhnr ilnv on : S'-ikc-neare's nlay "Love's - for itho first tlmo In fear3 ho wan Riimrlsml to rt V Srcue 2, this passage: Tho armlpotont Mars. to a'mlchtv. nerc- a el ft B gi't nutmeg. A. lmon. Fll C Stllffoil nrltt. ntnvail Vx cloven. mmcntator of even second imation mu doubt that u . 8 means a wooden nut- t the Yankee who claim- Invented this article was ler laM tho T U XTn - " MO UllUUi'llOn cer grinds his coffee. paper aro mado at once. About twenty-four cords of wood aro ground and cooked every day to be made Into paper, and thirty-two cords are burned in the furnacos ev ery 24 hours, making a total of IC cords used oach day. Tho mill changed bands last sum mer and Is now owned by the com nanv which operate the Oregon Ci:y mill, the consideration being $400.' 000. Thoro Is a groat deal of machinery connooted with It and 70U nor power Is used in operating It. half- steam and th oiner mn nower. The mill Is a grat tRig ior uw- . rn.n anil ? h iiiihumvm. v doos for so many people. Albaay need3 more suoh things, and we aro getting there right along. Why not start a paper mill? Albany Demo- orat. . No nuyer for Foot Gray's Home. Stoke Poges ohuroh and ohuroh yard, which stand within the do main, alone lent special Interest to the submission at the Mart yostor day of Stoke Park and Its 628 acre. It was stated In the room that thre or four thousand Americans visit Stoke Poges every year. But none of them came back yesterday to buy the manor, with a history which, at, fortune for any one who ncqulred the ostato with a view to future building operations, in tho rosult the property wng doclared unsold, as a person of no oonsoquonce. and for the momont, nt any rate, Again, the long aenoolatlon of the as tho conditions of snlo proscribed, Penn family with Stoko Pogos and to tako tho rod deor at 6 a bond and the Immediate locality was of itself tho fallow at 20s, with tho fawns calculated to evoke transatlantic thrown In for nothing. London Tolo- concorn In the future of the manor, graph But no Amerloan millionaire ap peared to carry It off. Indeod. It waB only a small oompany which gathered at tho Mart, although Mr. Bamford (Mosars. Curtis nnd Ilon son) gave a summary of the story of Stoke Park, which was of Usolf a liberal education. Stoko Poges, It appears, got namod In this way: Stoke, the la of her race, mar Digging Up Pavement Workmen havo been put to work digging up the drain plpos wlileji were placed under the pavninont at th Intoraootlon of the alley and Court streo, botwoen High and Lib orty streets. The tiling was placod over an Inch loo hleh. thus holdlne Amlola d tba wnt0r ,n tJ)0 KUltor ln)ve tne ulna. That the nnVamant la mm. rlad one Robert de Pogo. Wlmti ied Qf gQ,IJg ig 8Vdant to B who British warship Ronown In tho har bor today. The Honown, which Is carrying tho king, quoon and milto to Ii Hochollo, where tho train will be boarded for SobiitUlun, Spnln, was ordorod to run to port by tho king. ncsscs havo testified, It is not prob nblo ho would kill his two children after so many years, whon ho could hnvo satisfied his grudgo yoars ago, It ho had any, Tho fact that Montgomery had n violent tompor hns boon provon. Thoro must havo beon troublo at tho Cnstcol home, or tho young lady would not havo written to her flan coo, Mr. Rice, thnt Bho had put up with tho conditions "hero" about as long ns Bho waB going .to, Tho most rcasonnblo conclusion Ib that which 1b hold by tho local of ficers, that Montgomery did tho aw ful work. This theory has beon ao- coptcd by tho undo of Mrs. Cnstoel, P. O. Pltr.or, who, with Frank Wright man, Is In tho nplghhorhood of Maclony 1iIb aftornoon. o Kmptdyc All Htmck. (United Proas Loasod Wlro.) St. rotorsburg, Dee. G. Tho em ployoB In every mill In St. Potoraburg and vicinity Btruck today In sympa thy with G3 progressives, 37 of thorn bolng mombor of tho Doumn, who nro bolng tried on chnrgos of high treason. Tho CosanckB nro driving tho pcoplo from tho ntroots. Presidential Appointment. (United Press Lonsod, Wire) Now York, Wee. G. -'Among tho nomination! Bont to tho sonato to day was that of Frod V. Tinker, to bo receiver of public monoya ut Ilotso. Chicago Mnrketit. (United Press Leased Wlro.) Chicago, Doc. n. Wheat $1,000 $1.01, corn 50 COW, onts G2&1 &B3. Adjourned Until Monday. (United ProsB Lonsod Wlro.) Washington, Doc. G. Tho house, nftor a flhort BSflilon today, ad journod until Mondny. Whon you noed n oough ouro you need one that will ouro your cough. Kump'ti Balsam, the host cough ouro, will do it. All druggists sell It for 2G cents. was slmnller. therefor, than to call the ilae Stoke Poge? So It has been known for full COO years. Cray's "Megy"' and Wolfe's re mark that he would rather be the watch "the digging of It up." The Original Naturo Fnke. After a careful and Impartial con- Id era Hon of all the ovldenco bear- author of that poem than take Quo- ing on tJlft sut,jet tho Inveetlgatlns he?. of oourse oame In for raenuow. So utao did Landseer's aoolatlon with the old manor hone. and the beauties of the ground of the nre- eat mansion, with their separate Mrden for each son of the year. Tho mansion Itself wa spoken of as a miniature palace, and the aer nark, which forms a portion of th original Windsor foret, as the oldeat In England. Nothing Ib new or plnohbeok. Even tho deor one almost oame to rogard as blue-blooded. There wa. It was stated, a fight among them the other day, and It Involved, to It was asserted, the death of an 18 nolnter. The Germany emperor had even asked tho lato WUberforce Bry ant to supply him with examples of the famous herd at Stoko Park. eommltteo reports that, notwith standing tholr long life and appar ent respectability, the following are undoubtedly nature fake: Th bull in th china shop. The wolf st the door. The fly in the ointment. The dog In the manger. Tho fish out of water. Tho boo In tho bonnet. Tho flea In tho ear. The rat that was smelled. Tbo chorus girl's lobster. Pigs In clover. Horse and horse. Hbo Welsh rabbit. The man on a lark. 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