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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON', THURSDAY, JANUARY .10, 1008.
MTf GRAND EMBROIDERY EVENT I Hundreds and Hundreds of yards of the newest, daintiest and prettiest embroideries-our entire stock-no reserve-are on sale this week at prices that you cannot resist. This sacrifice is made to make room for incoming spring goods. If you need embroideries now or later you should take ad vantage of this exceptional offer. Remember for this week all are REDUCED 25 - 331 - 50 PER CENT Silk Waists ,.; v' In plain 'cpfbrifi, plaid o, and chwka In neweist styles. $3.31 L 15.00 valuta Moving Bulo $0,00 values- Moving Snlo Children's Coats In plain color, plaids, Btrlpos, check and mixtures In nowost stylo lie range from 0 to 14 year. Reduced to HALP PRICe VEILS Veils and velllngn In chiffon not In plain colors, polka dot, rlriKB, etc., In whlto, blnak, gray, blue, pink. 2Go value Moving Solo COc valui-s Moving Balo $1.00 value Moving Balo J 1.25 valuos Moving Balo 13c 25c 58c 63c Pillow Tops Muslin Underwear Constating of gowns, drawora mid corspt covers, beautifully made. Laco unil embroidery trimmed. Iteducod ONE THIRD FURS Every one of this season's do slgulng. No old furo In tho Int. Tho lino consists of boon, scarfs, coats, tic, muffs, etc, In Muck, Tlrown, Orny, Whlto. lly buying low you save tv groat donl. iti:nucKi ONE-THIRD mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Einbroldorod plllovr tops ready for tho aushlon In oromt tvtltoh and cmbroldory, In now mid prt ly designs. $1.75 values Moving Balo $2.00 valftico Moving Balo $3.00 vain on Moving Balo $4.00 vahiOB Moving Balo Rain Coats Handsome, warm anil stylish, Ono good thing about this store, your poclcctbook la always mto from fnkctf. Your ploaguro in buy ing is part of your profit. $12.00 values- Moving Solo $1C00 vatoieo Moving Balo $18.00 values Moving Solo . $7.00 9.00 12.00 Percales eeeeeae $1.17 1.31 1.67 2.00 YAH.V Baxony Ynrn and Bpunlsli Flos, worth up to 18a skein, C tiv Bpoclnl Oood poronlos, 28 Innhcn wide, In medium and dark shades In rod, bluo, gray In stripes, dots nnd Horn) doslgns. Men's Cloves An nsortmont of men's mocha nd kid gloves in light nnd dark tan, light nnd dark brown. Regular $1.60 valuos Moving Silo $1.15 THE DRAIN UPON THE FORESTS They Aro living Cut Three Times ns Fnst ns They Grow. lingular 10c grad Moving Sitle . . I Children's Hose Children's cushmore and cot ton hose, hI-ch 4 to 0, In colors blnok, red, pink, bluo and tan. Cleanup on Footwear Drokon linos of mon's nnd worn on's high grade shoes at groatly reduced prices $3.00 and $3.60 kid patoni and doml-brlght shoB fortr rf women's wenr 4Cb $3.60 famous IMngroo made shoos for women, ro-ad-s.- JtiHtinont snlo 4) J.I J IMO vnliios In men's shoos In n flno variety; snlp. prlco 4(v.t) J 2Cc shoo polish; sold ovcrywhoro at tho uniform price, 26c, ro-ndjustment snlo. . . . Regular 2 60 values Moving Solo 15c 1. Uw) Tta eueiA 6 S. m itn offrertATco )xmA ywhoro I 15c I NKCKWKAR A lino of men's fancy nockwonr In bow Moo In all wantod shnros and colors, Ilcgulnr KOu vnliios 25c IIOSIKRV Men's 2 Co and 36c fancy hosiery. Special m) mm IIHIHimilHUllilllll ii CITY NEWS;; ii ! ! A Collection of Important l'r I ' agraplM for Your Consideration ! ! niHiiiiuiimiuiut Wrttthcr Fair this afternoon, (onlglit nnd lYlvtuy. oo tmlnn Klnto Rank Owing to tho conversion of the Ba loin state Hank Into tho national yv tern, dopoattora of saldi bank aro hereby respectfully requested to bring In their paitdjeaks for batons leg, At their earliest eonvonXinoa. l.lS-lwk A Induction In l'riro Oi slab wood had beon ma do by the BiKUiWlHg Logging Company. Price It and ft.to a kHd. A dU oount of 96c per loud on l4ud ar dors, l31tf Tlas MrkulOilloii Korwftrty ttut KlUtcar grand. lVfit Wl.a lh gral h!rk Mch. dAy witlhcr., tke Wk lm sk A . lro 1'llmi IHtililou Ctt(y Ahit KIM yMtwrday fllt, bU IHttlllMI tot r-MMMlHUM for w um whMi k now Wtdv ond rbleh W ka iiM w rmt for & wmx tw ymn Mr. m says m i iMrtlUcM. "If I m h1 MttttHl MA vttwd 1 win. during m; ww w wivvu, uitea-iMi'Bv vmm UHiira of tkn mmm m r)iiird by lv.M teaching ptrmlts. Tho exawlim tluiis will bo conducted by County Bupvrlntendvnt Bmlth. Try Zlnn'u French mlxod candy, It will mwlt n your mouth. Thi Nhke(Hlnu Clrtiuit Aro dlrvot Importers of tho Intwt In moving plotting, and tho flrBt to got tho newMt llluitrntiHl Bong a good long show for 6 oonts, Man uny, Feiiumry 3, first day. 1-2 0.U Proth today, n full Hue of ofcsoo late eremus. at .luiiN. Clerk Allen 1'llox IVllllou OnHHty Clerk Allen, ywtttnlay af ternooM tlltHi a itltlun for hvluIhh ! t Un ofrlo wkleh h now hokU. "If 1 am HinlHAid and Seated 1 will, dMrlMg my term of mto, m- rtOAVOT (4) UKHMAt Hl bHMlHWM of Do Yml llt'Jh-uv In luck If you do or If you do noU ring up Mnlu 311, nnd you will have good luck for J. M. Lawrence keepi tho best grooerlea. Wo Have Told You Many tlimw that Wild How Hour 4n tho best Hour manufaotured In the valley. Order a sack next time, and bo convinced. Ho You Want To seo some nlee mill wrk, than m arauMd t A. M. llanH's wtsh ami door fartory at Uie eorner of Mill ami Trade strett. He (ariM Ht the kU4het etaw wurk M lk vry therteDt notiee ami at reaMnable pries. Yiiliinldo Vroperty Sold The Stave projwty on Conrl tb olfett In bm efllei.Ht. eeflanklwli'1' '" y Wetwo TIm N'ivknliHllon Udlrt and efeUdrest are alwe ur u vny wr emetuiitwftt imi. tt. l-&9tf Try 5&1mm wyn etJCKiatk; wl Vllh YjeJ iytir. Tril t the 0ly Mr)ete UW tmty lu JiaKm. VtUm lh lejwwit oeitiy the firKr and Market mwm. ami Impartial mRMer," U tko Ute MttHt which he HMkts 1m hie peUtle. Come nnd Sw The wy we haaille mtat.. If ytm OtHHmertlal and Ukerty streU. has b itmrhaeed Wy 111 rxasmftore, tk eMerprMMg ytMg Wm man of the Arm of J. U t(fkta & On. Del eaye he bought the property for do tale w foal OMtmloKl Of a i1w"lk, but U4 he womM tomer. m or Hro-4le matktd aK mi R ! t t a 31 )r waw iMki. 8oetolt MM Bt Imwh o the vrhae ori. 111. Tito hNiMt8 will probably W aJ- Uftri ami imiMroved In the near (h Wo Am lhrtw. jtNr Tm roerty. wkleh oecHplM To do buelaeee. ami e Mn ? t troinage. eoawlne b. Por AmlMo olwiiiUtt ml 4y. Cttal kry boMdlag ami lK yo eMil aord to mhw emlUmc WM mi by Dave Urt. on us. Jebaeoa & St, nu 4otr to Joormii ottlee. Personal Mention Mrs. Klfa Wann left this morning for Portland, where she will visit friends for several days. Itev. A. U Hutchinson, after a short vlttt In this city to old-time friend, returned today to his home In TaeoiHa. He was formerly pastor of the Pin Presbyterian church of this oily. Mrs. C. It. HoNgham, who has been vlitlng her father H. J. Smith, of this city, left this morula k for her home ln Mt. Angel. O. I). OabtieUoa. the Insurant m leat this moralag for Portland on basinet. OommbMloHer N'eoilham woat to 'oodbarn this morning on aeeount of the death oX the late John Whit- faey. Mr. Need nam and Mr. Whit- nay were to beet of frlonda. ami had boon araoatated with eaeb other in tmblte affairs for many year. Oarl Abranw was among the S. tomltoa wbo wont to Portland today. Mrs. O. 1). Wtkson lafi this morn. lag for Portland 10 viell her a. Uoyd. wbo U very 111 at bis home tt tnat nlaee, Mr. W. M. Uavto. wbo baa been voting br dangbtar. Mra. M. Bar-1 to swpp'y all our nele nott. rotwrnod today to bar borne in Oreo City. Mm. Molllo Wcbam. of Ortgon Oily, wbo baa boon vttyng her fath r and motbar. Mr. d Mr. J. c Wtanoa, of this city, baa roumed to bar home. ilr. Wtmor. who baa bow trtomdy 111, ranorted to be waok Uoorored. Slnco 18S0 tho sources of lumber Bupply have undargono romarknblc changes. Tho first change was in tho region from which the principal kinds of lumber wore procured, and this wns followed by the substitution of other kinds of wood in tholr places. Nolthor the centers of the lumber industry nor the loading classes of woods are .the same ns they were 25 years ago. In 1SS0 nine state Michigan, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, New York, Texas, Arkan sas, Mississippi, Louisiana and Wash lngton produced 52.8 per cent, or moro than half of the total lumber production of tho United States. In 190C these states produced 61.6 per cont, practically tho samo propor tion, but tho changes which have taken place In tho output of Individ ual states are very striking. Michi gan, for instance, cut 23 por cent of tho total In 1SS0 nnd but 5.G por cent In 190C; Louisiana cut 0.7 per cont of tho total. In 1880 and but C.G per cent In 1906; Washington fur nlsluM but 0.9 per cent of tho lum ber production of 1880 and 11.5 per cont of that of 190C. The cutting out of the virgin tlmbor In the north nnd east hns been followed by In creased drains upon the forost re sources of tho south nnd west. Dospito theso conditions thu amount of tlmbor required has in creased yoar by year. The incronso In consumption of timber slnco 1SS0 has been moro rnpld than the In crease of tho population, and greater than In any slmlllar period In the history of tho country. This showj In n striking nmnuor how much tho nation depends upon foreat products, and Indicates how grontoly all Inter ests must suffer ns lumbor becomes scarcer and dearer. Statistics gnthorod by the bureau of the census and tho forosts service how that tho quantities of timber utcd last yoar for lumbor, shlugles, tlen, pulpwood, cooporage stock, mine Umbers, lath, distillation, venoor, poled, tanning, and turpontlno nnd rosin, oxprossod In board feetfl roach n total of approximately 50 billion board foot. Whllo theso drnlns upon tho for ost nro known with reasonable cer tainty, thor nro othors of which thoro Is no record. Thoo are the demand for posts, fuol, nnd domestic pur poses, rognrdlng whloh It Is more dltncult to obtain Information, be cause the products often nass through no market, but aro con- sunKxl on the farm whoro they wore produced. Careful estimates, how evor, p!aco the total of wood usod for fuel alono at an equivalent of 60 billion board feet a year. It will be sewn, thon that tho pros out ootMKimptlon of wood In all forms Is about 100 billion board foot an nually. Batlmatlng the forost area of the United Statu from 600 to 700 miMlon aoroe, and the annual grow'.h at 60 board feet por acre, tho year ly mcreaso Is from 30 to 42 billion feat. At this rate, the annual growth barely equals the amount consumed for lumbar alone. Considering all t.h( drain, tho annual consumption of wood Is probably three times the Muml growth. Detailed estimates of standing Umber range from It 00 to 300 blllloH feet. Ualng the larger fjguro, and considering the annual growth of 10 billion fet, It appears that there w not more than a 36 Xmru' shjh! of timber In this coun try at the present rate of oonaump tlon. At present only about S3 por cant of tr totm forest area la In state or national foreata. the remainder be ing unreeorved public lands or In private baada. The forot orea Is amply um'rUnt. if rightly managed to product erntiu!y enough timber Yet private tlonal governments, must use thea luif&i iuuus in a rigut way if aro to maintain our timber suppij uircuiar izy, just Issued by u rorest service, contains a discusalc nf fliA ,1tnlnc linnn -flirt . . u. tu v...... u,.uu mc iuh-818 ana the soMrces and the duration of th timber supply. This publication wj be sent freo upon application f( th Forostor, U. S. Department of Agr culture, wasnington, d. C. o DIED. TUiaij. Ai mo iamuy homo 32 Wilson Btrcct, this, Thursda morning at 4 o'clock, Ruby Tud tho 12-yoar-ohl daughter of M and Mrs. Charles E. Tuol, of mel ingltls. Tho funeral serviceo, which wl bo private, will be conducted frol tho homo this aftornoon. Intermej In Odd Follows cemetory. o . - The Ladles' Aid Society Of tho First Presbyterian churj will meet with Mrs. L. K. Page, ii Cottaga street, tomorrow (Fridaj afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. AH u:es oi 1110 ennren anu congrcg tlon nro cordially Invited to atton f STARR PIAN0 HIGH CLASS GOODS I GEO. C WILL JltMIHIIIIMtlHllH Norwich Union Ffrc Insurance Sociel Frank Meredith, Kcsident Agent.' Ofllco with Win. Brown & Co., N 29 Commercial Btrcct. MONEY TO LOAI THOS. K. FORI Over Ladd & Buph's Dank, Salem, 1 aajajajaajBijf ej NEW TODAY oooejaBaaeje)fjo For Sale Sovornl houses In Sales and fnrm 'nnds at a bargain, Ca Ital National Bank. C-1-eod-l Wmitcd A man and woman worg on inrm in polk counl nonr Independence. Chns. O Drt 490 North Capital Btreot, Phc 1467. l-28-3t For Sale A live-room cottage, pli tored In lino condition, largo 1c small barn; good woodshed; fruij both city nnd well water Spcclj bargain, $S50. Lnthnm Land Ci over Portland Genernl EVcts Co., 1-30-tf Tlio Safcht Way To buy New Yo stocks and bonds Is tho periodic paymont plan. Stock Is yours on paymont of first InstcMmci No mnrgln dealing. Wrlto for pa tloulars. Q. J. Murray & CI 31 1-12 Union Trust Bldg , Lea galea. Cal. 1-30 !t IM for Sahv in Hlo Park addltW to tho city of Portland; w!'l sold chenp for cash. Win Ara strong. 1-30 2wk WU faVo IhawiiutkH. About 1 teaobaw will ambbi ( tba Flf ajf . R chrot of this lt m WsV, February 13 M taV cxetulurJlow for county and tto Clixmlt IVurt llulnes. Tho fBlbwv'tntf dMki tw k.& Orwgun llbvulo Ctutngu onictt- haatt nmaW la depttrtaitat No. t- Tho tlrkot oo 0 Ua Q&m Frtama . Brow. '. ' IBaeuia ba bean narnev! tnm Ue Bro-wn. habeas aaroea: aet for trtaj CliaJ m Mora. M stat atraat. irbriaay . at l p. u the opara bouao drc aiore, whiob i. k. iMn v. 1 n,..k.. . ... . . ... . w '"" " """M . W- 9 mh ws 10 mem wmatn a mmmummi j Jaw toot mt th ttefe wiao. ail-rbismsnt ., n... " ' . rw ". nlntatrotor of ;,zrrw., r. w i im M tka libwrnikMiat CW aMo 1IU0; farm ttoaod "aS ajMabnra Sahool. bu raitit4 ftom u,Ua vZmrvm!Z voaitoa of atrntraa of , hMoj a jhi. 0. Horn m Lou Uob momjiarHin of . Mr. Uhmoo ataiaa ram if .1 . . that ike fratwnUy tll u or- J ' to otniL Um fkiJlut .m Ii!! Vr9kUl " aj yar atajaaaab nj btftVjIa Irniy. ammaitag to be L;T il IT: "?? WrtkrMM ol ,h. brt w. Uev V U, of ,b German Lu.h Fuiieml YaMrb). Mrs. rrotfarion itoaa. who dlei aku aadarlbtat Sumlay avete, hu burivd WilaoiUy moraine M ! o'alock. Tka aarrbMo hold at tho borne of hor H wit In Ooraaa. whllo at ae eVAAto HM Iaiui U '- . &Unxaah. Mr. Bann waa las yr Sbo eaana from Oornuuiv is yaaua ao. with two aoa and a dajtgfctar. On sam and the danch Inr are now Ui,g in Polk eamaty. ami tho other aoa Uvt in North lm kjtH. liar bnohaajd died U Oarmany ft yaara aw. Mrs. m waa a Ana ow ner. aa well as the state and nv For Sale m Mason county, V3 lngton, two lots In Detroit No on thp line of tho contcrj;!aU railroad from Port Town-c-d Olynmla. near Hood's cana . cl Improvements made, Thh is bargain. Price 400 EnqyJ1 Win. Armstronc. 1-3' Cwkl Itocue Hlver Orchard for Sal' Clean. Proflt-boarlng, d' ? luvlal river bottom scm' G3 buildings. Sell entire rr t.l vislout. Good roads. N 3" S.maath anhonl. Good r Cll Dam A Ijiwftll Wood. ( Or gon. 1-3 'lta Wnnted To buy a f.U hor (mare preferred, ir tne!e or double, also a c: waeon Phone 386 Main 1 3 M Khool to ukom accident and uV La Famn Medina wi trt cv EVERY DAY GROCERIES W wl4i to call yoor attention to our stock la theso line. It Is our aim to keop a strictly freeh and u: to-dnte stock at the meet reasonable ywfeaa. Wtth our guarantaa of all Sttdf si mt of onr tare, and our "wn daiivory. wo wnt yon U Av ms a hrtal. Country Meats Today Spare Ribs, Tenderloin. IM and BulkSausage ::::::: MOIR GROCERY COMPANY 156 STATE PHONE 182 give reran church va Stau du(Ul rh wuk mMnwcKNH j,ef 35 wnts at dugg... i