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DAILY CAPITA!, JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1007.
i - - - J. L. STOCKTON STOCK CLEARING SALE DRESS GOODS SPECIALS 28c a yard Itegular 50c nnd 85c vnltics. Sixty-five bolts of assorted black ind colored novelties to bo closed jut at 28c yard. 41c a yard Eighty bolts of novelties and plain goods worth BOo up to $1.00 a yard aro on the bargain tablo at 41c. 68c a yard A. aplondld assortment of novolty Jress goods worth $1.00 and $1.25 n yard, to close out at 68c a yard 58c a yard Regular $1.00 black novelties. 15c a yard Twenty-two bolts of assorted nov elties and blacks that formerly sold at 25c to 3Gc a yard. 78c a yard Regular $1.25 black novelties. BLANKET SALE MONDAY Don't Overlook It ' milium LOVE LAUGHS AT HIS OWN LITTLE JOKE Cupid Mhos the Cords nnd Brings Ex-Hu.sbnml ns Guest of Honor at HIh Fanner Wlfo's Second Wed-ding. MUSEMENTS intlMIHIIIllllli!! HH Auditorium Holler Illuk. Morning, afternoon and evening Miens. Tlio Vnudcte. Moving plcturos and Illustrated pngs ovory nttornoon ana ovomng. icopt Sunday and Monday nuor- ons. rand Opeta House JNO. P. CORDHAY, Mgr. Tho lltflo winged god, with his poworful bow and deadly arrows, does somo queer stunts sometimes, and occasionally gets humorous nnd perpetrates a Joko that, whllo It may not touch tho rlslbles of tho parties Interested, does call for a broad smilo from others. Yesterday, prob ably as an afterthought of all his Christmas hilarity and buslnoss, tho Httlo mocking son of Venus and Mis chief, visited Salem and Indulged In a Httlo play that was amusing. It seemB that some years ago no mat ter how many for tho scrlbo will not glvo tho brldo away, tho lady In tho caso married, no matter who, slnco ho Is a Salem man. In tho coitrso of tlmo tho flro of lovo died out, tho kitchen stovo got cold, nnd tho dlvorco court stepped In to put n'linder what God and tho whlto man's lnw had tied together. Tho severed pieces of the matrimonial ag gregation did not go to tho ovorlnst ilng bow-wows over tho shattering of their dream of conjugal bliss. In stead tho man went to work with tho ihnppy knowlcdgo that his wlikly pay cuecK was not a meni uckqi uir buhiu formod a long list of seloctlous In- ono else, and tho woman puraued tho lmltably. lovon tonor of her way, and anothor Everybody wont down bofore.man. Tho roHiilt was that yostordar Bradford and Uornard, thf two funny tho pursuit culminated In a wedding. moit, who havo an unllmltod supply Now, tlio womnn did not nvo in wn of spoolaltlos and dencea at tholr rlon rounly, so, under tho hnmpor commnnd, and they ns well gavo an lug laws of Orogon, which Insist on Irroslstlblo oporn duet, followed by 'ho much rod tapo hoforo a marrlago, piano duets, all done with tlio tit-. that It ronlly seems to bo looked up most spontanloty, caso and vivacity, on by the lawmakers (and is to moat keeping the houso In an uproar. of them) ub a crime, Md to havo Tho management of tho Grand somo ono witness th" fiet thnt 8ho Opora House may bo congratulated wns slnglo and had a right to marry, on securing such nn atttractlon for.Thoro was only ono porson she could Salem. Tho seat salo for tho Stan-1 think of who knew hor hor ox- f.l l...a minim Rntiiislnv O n 111., lit llllBbnnil'H brother. llf WB9 ItlllltOll IUIU IMIJ0 )'VM wi ., I w --.-! "- Baturday, Dec. 28 A recognized attraction. Stanford Musical Clubs A REALLY FATAL MISTAKE NELSON (United Press Leased Wire.) San Frnclsco. Dec 27. Iloldlnir a brick high in tho air, and rondy to hurl It down on his prostrate victim, Dennis Sullivan, a laborer, whoso skull ho hnd nlready crushed, an uu- Idontined man stopped In fhe mlddlo of tho deed nnd exclaimed, "My God, TO FIGHT SGALER NELSON WILL MAKE ANOTHER NEW INCORPORATIONS Horaco Sykes and O. O. Halt west to Brooks this .morning, whoro they will photograph some of tho Wllla etto valley's richest fnrniB. Victor LeGall, tho painter, fpr merly of this city, now of Portland,. after vlstttmr rolntlvea and friends Is APPEARANCE IN THE RINO this city, loft this morning for hi WITH KII SCALER, WHO 11KAT home BILLY 8NAILHAM MHNTO. AT SACRA- (United Prosa Leased Wire.) San Francisco, Dec 27, Battling Nelson nnd Kid Scaler, tho Pacific that ho cannot recover. Sulllvnn wna on his way to work, whon ho heard somo ono bo'hlnd him. you nro not tho right man," nnd fled. Northwest lightweight, who came Tho assault took placo at tho cornor.into notlco whon ho beat Billy Suall of Third and Mission Btreots at 6:30 ham nt Sacramento, havo practtcally this morning. Sullivan was carried agreed Mpon tho terms of a match to Into a nearby doorway, and a hospltat Jtako placo in January. Tho terms of ambulanco Bummoned. It Is foared.tho content Includo a 2G00 side wngor, and tho delay in signing until next Monday la for tho purposo of giving Senior furthor- tlmo to dig up ! Almost at tho samo mpmont ho wna,ha end of tho bet. Ho has alrondy struck with a brick and fell semi-deposited $1000 with Eddlo Qra- noy, and promises tuat tho uninnco of tho money will bo ready tho first of tho week. Just whoro tho light will bo hold Is problematical, as both Vallojo and DakorsDold aro in tho flold. Tho latter city Is favored by Nelson, and aoomo llkoly to pick tho plum. Abo Attol weighed In public yes terday attornoon, and ho did not conscious to tho pavement. Ab ho did so ho rolled ovor on his back, it waa then that tho Btrangor discovered that Sullivan was not tho man whom ho Intended to kill, and fled. Owing to Sullivan's dazed condition, but a poor description of his assailant could bo Bocurcd from him. o TEA The cost of good tea is so v-ery little : only a third of a cent a cup I a ccnt-and-a-half or two cents for the family breakfast I Your Btor f f returni rour money It jrou don't lilt Schilling's PimI: we par hlui. tho box ofllce. Why (SlrlH Leave Home. Tho problom "Why Girls Lonvo Home" Is ono that has taxod tho minds of many parentB to solve, but It Is said that a careful study of 13. J. Cnniontor'a melodrama, "Why up and asKon to uo inu nufunnuu stint beforo tho county clork. Of course I will," said he, "but, say, Jim (tho formor husband) Is In town, and, by ginger, ho' known morn nbout you than I do. Got Jim." Howovor. bolng a man of gonorons Impulson, whoro lovo loads tho way, IN' CONCERT. iPrlcci $1 00, 73c, 50c, 35c. iu ut box ofllce Saturday 9 a Seat m. "' 1 ' T ..... Olrls Loavo Home," which will D no mnue mo nucuwmu am. .. - nroBontotd for tho first time In tho. attended tho wedding. In tho moan ,vMi nn Mm!.v. necember 30'. nt tht while tho tx-husband had learned of II wwv w . .-.tr I r ruand Opera House ,10HV 1 COltDRAY, Mur. I MONDAY, DECEMBER 30 E. J. Carpenters Great Educational Drama "WHY GIRLS EAVE HOME" . rcrmon In dramatic form. Ev- h man and hU family should se pii truly Instructive and oduoatlng ia. P.'cea 75c, 50c, 3c, 25c. Seat fo a box oflic Monday at 0 a. m. THE STANFORD CLUBS treat Trent In Store for Salem The Theater Goers, Tro L03 Angelas Times has this to fV tho Stanford Gleo and Manuo- C1ubs, which will appoar on Sat- tiv at tho Grand Onera House. Collrgo men, men of th world, U aP classes sat convulsed with M'h and tho boys and girls gave f tho hllarltv of the oooaalon 4 vociferously applauded the work ' "0 clubs. Th -o has not beon a more - l b'f concert nroaentod by tl P'ag men of Stanford before, and 's a pleasure to noto that Uy W"1 Even a recantloa both oordlal N cibstantlal. Thn honors, as between the two ubi nnv in nnimilv divided, and e? l"Jh did tho finest work of the ad rVAr hoonl In T.rw. AniroleS. NO h of thoso who listened with suoh ono . . i I'ight to tho work of the clubs M havo guessed that the boys pre a 1 amateur. This makos the -Ptlonal work of tho ckibs tho Bra rcmnrlrnhlo IMr Kellogg, the clever Imperson- Dr "with his smile that defies ae flptlon, and hla spicy mimicry and matic power, and the Instant Grand Opera Ilouee, will aeelst nm terlally and aUo point out a moral that cannot go unnoticed. Tho tory U one that U told In a new manner and by the use of dramatlo Uoenee forme many etnge ploturw of Inter est. It doale principally with four pertong, mother, brother nnd two sin tori, ono of whom being susoopunio to flattery ! Induced to loave her home ajtalnst the wlshee of her mother, nnd Is lurod to a tlubloiu ree taurant which answers to tho namo of Wl i Room, and there Induced to drink and aewelnto with debonair around rals and woman without prln- Iclplo or aim In life. The etory U un- foldod In a coherent and connected manner, and l aiieomwiy owvum pll hoMo-play, so (ueual In melo- dramatic produotlons of the present dm ThroiiEhnut tne enuro prouiiB- !"' " - . .. -.- 'v Hon there le an abundance oi , .ii. ...i oil MiiftiriYAB nrrt wurRfu i" ui) to such a point of perfeotloa that they bring forth loud ntteeta- tlone of approval. whn ia ono of the most novel ana original plays en tour and bearing the striking title or "wny uin Leave Home" will be n here for the flrt tlmo on Monday. December 30, at tho Grand Opora House. ui ni,v ia ,v Fred Summorfleld, and the story Is a repreeontatlon of tho hap penings of almost every fdrtunate enough to vm a daugh ter whose future l to be considered i.nva nil oh. It la nothing In com- ..... ,i. fl..iaL8 nf the Im man wu i . -- ma utmost .reveren-., -; Ing as it no w'h of a young Srl rl a aubjeet eo la- tereetlag to all Uumanlty. A.d Mr. Summflld ha, M ta in hU the affair, and was hitting tho high tiiacM on the aJdewtilk In a genor- ou endeavor to aeslst the fair lady lu getting tho lleenne, and starting her on a aoeond matrimonial voyage H failed In that landalde attempt, but he attended the wedding in Judge SooU's eeurt room. After the wedding nappy groom miueetal that hla frlead go down town with Wm and have a amall drink, a libation on the altar of tho little God of Love. The bride itood In, saying "run along, both of you, hh I want to talk to Jim. for I haven't seon him for an age. .... and lU friend went down lown. im bibed and lirned a fragrant Havana, while the bride took a walk with the old love, and IndNlgtd l remlnle cenoM of another simitar affair with "Jimmy" the etar aetor. In an hour 2 came back ami jno. i " fair bride over to the groom. w..v..iv uhook hand aad CnW flattered hi wing at ke 1U wit for Albany, where he R al1 "H1 something In his line. -v Itiully MUmI Vp. Abraham Brown, of Wlntorton. K V had a very romarkablo experi ence; ho says: "Ooctors got badly mixed up over me; one said beari disease; two celled It kidney trouble tho fourth blood PoUon and tU fifth stomach and liver trouble; buT t ,ai hAlnad me: so my wlfo advhed trying Rleotrlc nitters. whloh aro restoring me to perieet ,n with the flgmeaU of tne ," , m m9 ,nore goad than glnatloa ami to handlel tt..One bottle dm pmortbt1.. noit reverence ami delicacy, dori- hi 1 ' w weaknew and all UiweH. Hver aa.l kidney oophWit. by J. C. Perry drugglet. 6c. Summernwa w ii.in -" " .....- . ua ham done something i . Al!l!m,t, which at flret blurt mlint jw , , kefrty that Ot horder clow to the daagw Hue. but J" f ,iy. . 1'W " . .... ... I. a n. lltriX OI mmmm -. - which u aiPg - ;:., erenoe toplayed In iw - iM u tHa , .eimeMt beeowee " """'rrZ:. Marion eoBty. Siitto of sltuatloa. The play to 'M;EriT0Bi ., that the SlUi day of t, iMHk and meenauiw" -; ,ofta the hour oi I, ihft ...t le a large aad adequate " "- tal bftW, duly auu -v- - - If. CIUCK. a. 1 CASTQR1A Jor InlaUM ana -"- 'thereto In Til m Ym Havt Always nhi Mme &tw a.MH rfttiv a mm o'clock a. m., nas own MWM br court !' ""rif &rjs?z Bears the Signature of SARAH EARLY. Executrix of the Estate. Mrs. Q. A. Ross, who has beon.vlfl ttlng her rnthor, T. II. PoWoll, left this morning for her homo in Port land. Mrs. Emma Shaw and daughter, who havo boon Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Robert Downing, of thlq city, haVe roturncd to tholr homo in Portland. Mrs. Shaw Is a sister of Mrs. Down lng. P. L. Savngo, tho popular muste dealer, has Just received a Rogla phono which can bo used otthor as a phonocraph (uolng dlso rocorda) or can bo utilized as a muslo box. MotH instruments nro first class and ea nblo tho owner to glvo a program of cndkMa varloty. J. D. Pike, of Concord, N. Y hi I tho city looking forward to making Orogon his futuro homo, and will stop In Salem until ho finds a mlt" nblo placo. Mr. Plko waa a achooN mato or A. A. Underbill, manager of tho Townwnd creamery. Ho la more than plonscd with Snom, and will doubt becomo a permanent resident. Mrs. L. O. Cnvanagh la vle'Mng her mako any spoclnil preparations for tho ovont. In fact, Instead of dolns daughter, Mrs. Brnost R. Wlgglm, ot his usunl afternoon's work In tho.pftriinn,i gymnaolum, ho lot It go with Bomo road work. n Whon you'ro languid, whon you'ro lazy,, D. R, Oliver loft this attornoon for Portland, whoro ho will register for a courso In tho Holmoa bUHlnoss col logo. Mrs. Emll Snolllmt. who hna bocn Whon you'ro Ioobo, lank and lonn, VBltlnir hor brothor. Judno Rurnett, A pitiful object you soon will bo -. rctUmed lo hor homo In Albany. THE JURY WANTED A DRINK Unless you tnko Rocky Mountain Ton. For snlo at Dr. Stono'a store. p SPAIN'S KING IS COMING Chicago, Dec. 27.Twolvo bottlos! (United Pross Loased Wlro.) Madrid, Spain, Dec. 27. -The chlof of boor llguro promlnontly In a lognl 1. 1..... 11ml wna ilnnU Rimilav olnflllltf erusadera oday, when a jury that toplo of conversation In Madrid nt had beon In a deadlock 18 hours to- 'r1-t la tho proponed trip ot King urned a verdict ot not guilty In a Alphonso to Amor ca. Tho now. caso against n saloon keeper. ,n'orB. n, "" the matUr. A test case, with Thomas Chnlmas, Jo Mo It for granted that proprietor of n drinking resort, had !" for ho Journey have already boon tried and turned ovor to tho boon completed. They doolnra that Jury for deliberation. After tnklngjtho voyage will be taken for the ex tollot. for a day nnd a half tho Jur- ! purpoio o sUulylng po I loal ors a-kod a ball ff to get thorn a do U. ooln oondl ons and It will be on bottlea of beer-a bottle for won of great InternaKonal Importance. Juror. This waa about midnight. The - halllff retueed to curry out u.e ;- - (JUOel. LnA ilin.a nf Mioin Oil a fu'fl.nhll. Thla morning the Jury murnM a "" """" -. - -- verdict of not Sullly. Hero th. cru- "K pnokago has leapt a whole family Mdora say lliat If tho reaueat hnd in wod health for a year. . ... Hi ...lulit I.U1.A I mmmmmnmmmmmmmmKm neon grained me venn hus- i been different. WHAT'S A DIsnMrmiN Hxploslon, (Unltoil Press Leased Wire.) Lee Angelee, Cnl., Dec Maohln ory to the value of 1151,000 wna d- If etroyed and Liner Olson was Injurod I V Mr. nnd Mrs. I 1). Inna loft thla morning for tholr homo in Lyons, nftor visiting relntlvos In this city. Miss 12. Roland, ot Joftonion, after visiting hor brothor, J. W. Roland, of this city, hna returned to hor home. Mr. T. N. Oatch and daughter, draco, who havo boon visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. ClnMdo Oatch, of this city. loft this morning for tholr homo la Corvatlltt. Mrs. E. O. Toboy, who linn beea tho guest of W. O. Smith and family, has roturncd to hor homo In Eugene. Miss Rorthn Oliver loft this morn ing for Marlon, whoro sho will visit hor coiiBlns, tho Misses Crawford, for a fow days, Jmlgo Moroland and daughter havo returned from Portland, whoro they havo boon visiting rolatlvos and frionds. Mr. and Mr. J. W. L. Smith, who spent Christmas with tho latler's pa rontH, Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Harrison, loft this morning for tholr homo la AumvllJ Deputy Sheriff Hurry Mlnto was among thoso who wont to Portland this morning. Mlsa Wlnulfrod Roman, after vlu Itlug relative and friends In Ihlx city, has returned to Mill City, whoro sho Is n teaoher In tho public school. ...n-ti. .inlncr la wnrlli dnlnir Wall. you wish to bo ourod of Rheiimntlsm'at the power house of the Los An- " .. .. i. .!.... n...l ,...1,, n.u .....I IUajtttn nnmiuillv. inal uso Rnllard'a now j.iuwhih 6.r n. nu ...-w.w -....., , -- . . . tit . 1 1. fc ...l..m tai.al.lak nulllli IllAtlf ttft 'OU Will bO "WOll Olired." A posiUVP hikhi, ffinn n mruni mii vn ouro for Sprains, Neuralgia, Rrulaej, It hed. Contracted MuioIm and all the Ills' The eaglae of 1100 kilowatt pow- that flesh Is heir to. A. Q. M. WH- or, which waa running full speed Hams, Navasota, Texas, write: aiieau, mew on. ine ui'w i i,nwA iisod Snow Liniment for'wreckeil the mate to thto engine. The sprained ankle and It gave the best cylinder h.d ilw through the roof. nr .niurentlon. I always weep it in ueseeiMiiMi uiroiiKii tho houso." Sold by D. J. Pry. THEY HIT SPOKAMI. Pi'ditiitrluiiK Ai Not Uw Only Ones Olud to Walk Out of Tmcoiiu.. the building. through the cement floor and wrecked the pumps in the basement. The basement bngau to All with water, but the water was drained off Jnet In time to save tho entire olao trleal generating plant. The aooldent la without precedent In engineering hUtUtry. ' IL O" .1 (United ProBs Leased Wire.) Snokano. Wash.. Dee. 27. Oarl Tinnim and Oscar Holland, two of the, ip YOU KNEW three young men who started from Tne Inerts of the Texas Wonder, you raooma a few weeka ago for Chlea- w0uld never suffer from Kianey, go on a pedestrian tour, arrived In bladder or rheumatic trouble. II Spokaao. 24 hours ahead of sched- bottle two wontha Ueatment, sold ule. oovertHg 404 mlios in o uy by druggist or ny man. ir ad thre lour. They may auamion teetarnoniaw, or. w. w. iian, it the trip here. a there Is Httle enUia- olive stret, St. Louis. teem or money bucking tuew. i o ' Hero's CJood Advice O. 8. Woolover, ont- of the beet known merchants of Im Rayevme. N Y., aays: "If you are over tro bled with piles, apply Bucklen's Arnloa Salve. It aured me of them for good 20 yeara ago WANTS HVANS VICH-ADMIHAL. Ooturuor PhniiilHrrliilii Wwniw Ow WIrti. or tho Hlg Sailor. ladortlag the movement to have uvuna pivnn tho rank of vleo-aeV Cures every i .,, rihutniiArialn today gore, wound, burn or abrasion. 25 wwkvhtA the Onlgon delegation la at J. O. Perry's drug store. oonirreaa to the offset that the whole Paelfio coast desired tho tltlo bo given For any of the ordinary diseases of tho skin Chamberlain's Salve l excellent- It not only allaya the Itching and emart but effects a cure For sale at Dr. Stono'a drug store, ii u'nmn'a Ralsam Is a safe cough him. lie also teiegrapnea tue bot ornors of California and Washing ton, requesting them to urge Evans' promotion. Women with good complexions ari never homoiy. uoou uiwa .u.w. ' .-... .. 11DID1 lIVWUii. v eure. for It contains notning mat can complexions. U' Family barm you. It to tho best cough cure, m(kM good blood. AU 112 27 5t !,.. ioBte no more than any kind All druggists sell it other .druggist sell It for 25 cents, fairly to lied and oarly to rlso, makes ono healthy, happy and wlso especially If you tnko Harblno bofore rotlnng. A pos itive euro for constipation, dyspep r4a and all liver complaints. Mm. S , Columbia, Tonn., writes: "I al ways keep a supply of your Horblno on hand. Am so plnasod with the relief It glvoa In constipation nud all liver complaints, thnt words can't express my appreciation." Sold by D. J. Pry. n I'ariilly Hiiriicd to Ik'alli. (United Presa Loasod Wire.) Ileston, Dee. 27. Whllo thoy wore sleeping during the oarly hours of the morning John Clark, his wife and three children were burned to death In their home at Watortown, a suburb of iloston. Tho bodies of Mrs. Clark and her youngest child waro not found until after tho ruliu hiad ooolod. but the remains of tho other members of the family were seen before the fire had dlod out en tirely. You know ua well na any one when reu neod something to regulnto your system. If your bowels aro sluggish, your food dUtre4oa you, your kid ueys pain, take Ilolllster'd Jiock Mountain Too. It always relieve. 35 oenta, Tea or Tablets. For sale at Dr. Stone's store. ' i Tho Oxnrlnn filik, (United Press Leased Wire.) Bt. Petersburg, Dqc 27. Owing to the continued 111 health of tho Czarina all Imperial functions have been oanoelled. Her condition U oauslng uneasiness, espeoiauy in court olrelas. ' i i i -O ii When you need a cough our you need ono that will cure your cough Kemp's Balsam, fhe best cough cure, will do It. All druggist sell It fa 25 cents end8hlp of the house and per-