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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, FKDItUAKY 0, 100H.
! w" FOLLOW THE CROWDS They are going to the store that made Court street busy. It's Hurry Time if you want to enjoy the economies of the Annual White Sale Dress Goods Of most ovory varioty known In while for afternoon and ovonlng wear. At White Sale Prices 8KK COURT BTHBKT WINDOW. India Linon An unusunl good vnltio for 40c yard during our Whlto Bulo. 25c yd. KID AND CAPE GLOVES "TRXOF tU U.6 GLOVES NARK PAT. f. Long and short, Lodlos' and Mles 8' all slfados, nil slzaa We heve received tho largost shipment of Imported ICfd Glovo over brought to Snlam, all new, nd thoy are hero rondy for your Mooting for Boater woar. $1.00 to $4.00 -AH Guaranteed v Dotted Swisses In n largo assortment. 23 to 46c yd. White Waists Hero's another opportunity that you should not ordinarily expect until lator, when assortments worn very wuoli broken.' It Is n ploco of Reed fortmo of which thrifty shoppers will Uo ndvantng. Whlto wnlsta In luco, taffetn wnd .Top Hllkt nt Whlto Salo prices I ladies' Home journal Patterns Will assist yM In your making of 8prtlg clothe Sty'e Hook Trie mmmmwmmmmmmmmKm MUSLIN UNDERWEAR Corset Cover, Gowns, Drawors, Skirts, etc , leas one-third. We arc showing a fuP assortment of brlg'it, now white undormusllns to Belsct your spring outfit from. Komomber thla nil mentis dotlars nnd oonts tJ You, Secure them now at Whlto 9nlo rrlooH. Children's Whjjto Hear Skin Coata nt HALF PRICE Lace Curtains and Draperies To mnko quick rlddane of all odd and single pairs of luco eurttilns - Wo put tho price down to about ouo-thlrd lot wlmt tho du plicate have boon bringing. Ladies' Hose White Llalo Hose, Embroidered 1(1 to (IHc Pair. Whlto Llulo Horo Plain 'Jill to Klc Pair. Underwear Children' mlxod Wool Yeols pin! DrnwviH at Whlto Salo Pries 4J S A M Hi eu&lA ?$ m rKonrcffKrco jonA Embroideries Spnclal EmbrOldory edges, bands bonding and all-overs. Less One-third Round Mesh and Vol Laces, Less One-third Laco Appllquo and fancy trimming Half-price Stamped Linens In English eyelet embroidery, Chemlso and Corset Covers. Stamped Dresser Scarfs and Pil low Tops In shadow or embroidery all less one-third Men's Wear Stiff Shirts, MONARCH. 8tlff Shirts, PKRPKCTION. Full Drowe CLUKTT. In all size opon in front or back, or both, at Whlto Salo price Wnttors' Coats, Uarbera' Conto and Uar Yosts, ilnoat showing In tho city; all sizes In a largo as sortment of BtyloB at White Sale prlcos. Waltors Aprons In French or nib nt White Salo price. COMPANY M INSPECTED LAST NIGHT COLONEL PLEASED INSPECTORS IIAYE WORDS OF PRAISE FOR SALEM COM JttXV'H EFFICIENCY DANCE FOLLOWS INSPECTION AND FLOOR IS CROWDED WITH SA LEM'S PRETTY GIRLS. Shoes t S AM odda and ondn and broken lined in Men's LndUV nnd Mlsaoe' Shoe- at White Sale Prices. HHIIMmilllllllHHH i! CITY NEWS, ' ' ! ! A Collection of Important Pnr ' " ngrnpli for Your Oonalderatlon '. ', nuMiimimniiinn Wrallie Ocol(unl rctlutoiilght and Friday. Wo Want Two ton of ehloktme imxt wtok. Capital ContmtiiMMt Company. Phono l l tf Will Duioiutnt nntfilng, Hhv . County Kruit linhMter Arwstmng will Kivo a lectum In Ui Wurd af trado rooms Friday, INbrmiry 7, at ISO p tu on itrttttlHK Hd the ohU turn of fruit trttoa. TU UiMTy tre Vspw'a'ly win h eoMMre4. T)M proper ap)NimtM Has bm tUaeed In the traJ rHw suit tkw talk will douuUM b f great ttrei te all fruit gro'era a ad fJUtejie who wilt be weiruM at Ike MMetiHg. Hrlng V Your Ctlckun . Wi uwH all have. Oaptta.1 ComiutMo! Csk PbM 1W. tf Will UrHduHt llie Arx gatom kl sck 1 tnsla tttlnt riiu rf tbto yr will fee glm Its nttai (MetriMiUtttM) Prfc!h. IHHtllp Newtnrjtr hjm! IJoya Tej-Hr. Um tw hrlgbt towHg wow wkvo hhimm the olaM win w MroiM mmp ike Alunto ot ike luetic eustt lore wNi l0 m arMl)atN vrrUec Wt lleasi youug mhmi wtl) ptouakijr twr a4 ,1'aclllc company will soil from Katur- nay 10 .Monday ixcurvion iickimm tor nil train lalug points of sale on Saturday ami ttonduy. Wia. MoMur ray. (ln Pkm. Agt.. J ho. M. Hoott, Ass't Qn. Pass, Agi. 2Cw. Inventory Huh 19.81 buys any suit or ovoruoat at O. W. Johnson & Co' atoro. Tito l!lglut Markut prloo paid for ohlakons Capital OommiMloH Oumpnny. Phone ITS. tf A ltodurllou In Prlci - Of atab wuotl knit Uetw mait Wy the SwftMWlHg I-tfglMg CHtQ Prl $S and ll.tl a toad. A die- oount of ?le per load oh lt-load or dew. 1-Sl.tf Oiittuttr CIoukIi Gt In Llmw Crr a. M. dsmili yeeunUy W kle MtUKxt for aowa-ulo 10 seeeeetl htimeU Ih tko oinet of oer- of Marten eOMMy. lunch hour, custom according to leap ear Personal Mention A (X)XSIDERATK RlUfSLAR. Oipluml K. W. Plerco'H Money, lint Irft UN Jewelry. A eonslderate thief entered tho apartment of K. W. Plerco. on the oornor of Court and HIkIi stroota yosterdny afternoon and took $27 In oaeli which had been secreted In n itHiraaii drawer, but loft sovernl valu Mrs. Waltor l.onou left thla morn ing for Sllvorton to visit her fnthor, Albert WoollngtoH, who a seriously 111 with heart trouble Mrs. Owen Olaneey. who returned Hide rings, ft gold watch and a braee reeeatly from an extended trip I lot. Mr. Pleroo. who U an alatru Our lUrgMlu St u On At 0. W. Jo A Co's store; II.SI for aiy ttUt or overosMt. Uur Julut Seiutter Ooono H. UorryaM. U KltSMto rMlta, smIW lm ftotUlo for ot eeator frosn too oevooteootk olo trtot. 001 t4sj klMeoir to reooet-i tke wteke of Reublkao votMre lo kla rkotce for tnUloJ tuie eeoatort lAHHtlf) I ItUIIHlHQie- Coosoa Hor. isoooaere of tke take win Ut tke recokkr enulootkik 1 "ow wnj uauotiry. ro rooolOf I. iklk will be koM Hi Joo l io ,ir ' ore, aire toeui , tHoi artfev u ywt m ko to4 ww klok will be koM Hi Jojio. PrtWNThol M.Bkr lotkrtkoik-. ft Metoo; fl.ei ia, a it OTefvHiot i u w Jean a 04 Go's Dr. It. (Arturlglilw lle ruajMM kls oraottee In SeJoio d 1M fittlM ooj la poojm Aii t. vve PrH 4rts mmo. (Mm mt Dot lo I p hu I.I.I01 1 j More. Timwllwrt lljctil Rowlvost-- j . A thr4ioif kltok k kftos ro A tfnJWto ryw an.4 k tke 8aJom re 40BiMMtf Ooo of loo ue eajoahl oeial a4 m oo m MOikor koro nM o!Wimt wkJtk k W- 1 k.w iu ike ,., .. ... mw mt w tmm uw.wu twr mm !. t n.,. t... rfauiih. tkrouRk California and Nevada, and kaa Ween visiting her brother. Profes sor Tillman, of Willamette Universi ty, left thla morning for her home In Summit. WaekiNgtoM Mre. M. M. Coffey, who ha ken vWUg reUM-e and frtonde In UU Ity. hoc returned to her home In Knlama. Waokiiigtott. Al. JermM om4 a buitaeM trln to W4Hlhttrii totUy. Albert Magers weot to StlvortOH Uils NMmlMc. where wu called by tke UIhoni of Albert WootllNttton. Mr. MOtl ,Mr. L. L. Sloiktr bnvu r. Utraotl ffoiH UiilkMi. where tkoy kav boeo vWiUk retativoi. Mr. W. 11. iker. aiter vlelUnjs rotative aott frieoOe In Salem, lea lax eveoiHg for H9r iow M Sttvuns OOOOty. WooklWKUHI. Mlej Maud Miller, who koi UfdM iko torot of her socle ami aaaL Mr. um Un. i. V. HoDooe, mft bt e slo lor kor horn m tukor ClVy. iW om iire H. U Huoter and Lom String, r retoroed vrdv rrosn a okort bootue ir:p to Albany. Caoulo aVHleml. of CVmoimms 1. or woujbnio clan with the Western Mannfaetur ing Company, after finishing his day's work, yesterday went to his room shortly after 6 o'clock, and, noticing that a few article had boon mlaplaeed. hie suaufeloMS were aronecd. Going to the bureau drawer and taking out the purse which had eontained gold and silver to thu amount of S7 he found that it was omiKy. Mr. Pierce has roome In the liuren kouee, and that the tklef muet knre eloeely watched the movemeatii Of Mr. Pierce wae nroveu bv ib tmt tkat no one In tke other part of the buliatng we Uletorbel. ami did not Know of the theft until uild bv Mr Pierce late in Ue ereolnie. HORN GO. To Mr. and Mre. L. Ooi nt tko (anUly botoe. corner of Twojtty mootl and Trade greets. In SaJoa, Oregoa, Tueeday. Kub roary I. 1M. a 00a. A larco and nnnreclntlve crowd wltuejsed tho annual Inspection of Company "M" In the arihory last nlcht. Notwltli8tnndlnK the Inclem ency of tho wenthor every seat In tho spacious hall was occupied, nnd standing room was nt a premium when shortly nfter 8 o'clock the buglers sounded "Fall In," nnd Sa lem's guardsmen. In full uniform, mnrched briskly to their reipoctlvo places In a single rank. The line thus formed was too long for even tho length of tho nrmory floor. The boys nnnoarod at their best, and to say they mado a favorablo ItnnroBslon on tho vlsUlnur officers nnd all othors protcnt Is putting it mild ly. Glistening rlflos, polished shoos, whlto glovos and n genornl nont nut, backed by n precision nnd grace fulness In oxocutlng the Intricate mnrchee mado an Impression which canted ovory one to feel like getting up nnd giving throo cheers for Com pany "M." Hesldos Colonel Jackson, tho in specting olllcor, who Is a veteran In tho United Stntos army, Captain Murphy, Lloutennnts Holman nnd Abrahams, of Compnny "M," Cnptnln Sottlemler, of Compnny "I," of Woodburn, nnd Major Bnkor, of tho Orogon Nntlonal Guard, of Portland, were prosont. After roll cnll, which showed all mombora of tho compnny prosont 1 with tho oxcoptlon" of three, who wero roportod sick, a rigid Inspection us to tho gonornl appearanco of the mllltlnmon wns hold. Various man- ouvors woro oxooutod, through which tho gunrdsmon proved .thorn- selvee to be men of whom tho city nnd stnto should bo proud. Captain Murphy and his nontenants took turns In giving ordors. At the cloee of the inspoction Sa lem popular nnd offlciont orchostrn, "Tho Peerless," bognn an onjoynblo dance program of IS numbers. Tho excellent music, the large number of Snlom society peoplo prosont, and thj general spirit of enthusiasm made tho evening one long to be remom-bored. Major Dakor, in spooking to a Journnl roporter, aftor tho Inspoction last ovenlng, nld: "I consider that Company "M" ono of the foremost companies In the stato, nnd, consid ering that the Oregon guard holds third place for excellency and marks manship in the United Stnto, the Salem mlllUa Is getting near the ton- notchors." In sneaking of tho Inad. oquaey of the armories of Oregon, tho major ald: "Outoide of Port Innd thero i not an armory In the state whlek w either large enough or built on the right plan to properly accommodate the companies. Not only are they too small, but many of tnom have poor roofs, which allows the worm to beat into the biiiidine. damaging the floors and mating the nrearma. The state is paying at rrent $$000 nor year for tb .J of Inadequate ha He for the militia. I The armory bll. which the people! :'" u "",a to vote upon In June.' provides $100,000 for, the const tlon of armories. This amount not only save the $8000 each but will ennblo tho various cotni les of the stato to have comfort hom&s, provided with club rooms gymnasiums, which will make work of tho guardsmen attract! SENATOR CULHERSON ATTACKS COKTRLY. Washington, Feb. c Seni Culberson this afternoon. In tho . ence of a frail gallery, resumed In senate Mb dnslaught on tho a lstratlon of tho United Stat.s tn ury. Tho senator flled six speclflcatl of alfeged Illegal actions ngal Socrotnry Cortelyou, and char, that Now York banks used $75,0( 000 of tho government's money speculation that was not legitinu , Senator Culberson declared t) secretary cortejyou's report on 1 manner In which ho dealt with t recont money panJc nnd owing to I fact that ho violated the law In t following Instances nnd .Pirst, that he Issued Tanama . nnl bonds without th niu.no.1... . -r- - - "..WOOIiy I such a proceeding. Second, that ho excluded tndir ual blddors, giving tho nation banks the preference, when the i? explicitly provide that all cltfxe should havo an equal opportunity. Third, that ho fused tho procc of the salo as public deposits, ti law providing thnt they should 1 used only for canal purposes. Fourth, that ho iBsuod throo n cont cortlflcntos which woro not f n lawfully oxprossed purpose mw lrtg the government exponse. Fifth, thnt ho permitted the ra tional banks to use circulating note as a bnslH for circulation. Sixth, that ho abused the dljcrt tlonnry powers In tho distribution c public deposits, which wre tinju? and unequitable, and that much 0 tho deposits woro In New York fo spcculntlvo purposes. STARR PIAIN0 HIGH CLASS GOODS GEO. C. WILL Norwich Union Fire Insurance Socieh Frank Meredith, Resident Agtat, Oflico with Wm. Drown & Co., Noi 29 Commercial street. MONEY TO LOAI THOS. K. FORI Over Ladd & Rush's Dank, Balem.l NEW TODAY For Salts A heavy 3 l; -Inch Sttrfe bnkor wagon, or wou'd trade smaller wagon. Also man wjdw to dig a well. C, M Beaver, Sij lem, Routo No. 2. Phone Farmer 2-6-1W 477. j1i. iuLsaI Maftkoa. OMa,,A t... a I.L. & ,.. ,,. , (S9 awMNir' etfintuHt ei um tttit.'en n Klw wkx oumUUmm thr vagia. .afat wkfck Uav, . WCl. u, turt cart Mtajkg akotti vu.r4 aiookiU or.am . , Mnty fur tho Army IUkIWn! lrooj Uaaod Wlr, i Waakliuctait wvk a tl- ..m. waa la too oliy'.M. ,. " ' L'7- "'V "" M"'v lol OMOIM to al,..d tka ...al IZi IST-X". . . "" ' - snettloo !.ww ., im Minioac4 of the Poroooa. who reaKlta at Kruhlaml. gUa tko aoromMit. r ,u Mo wat la,t Te'o . a,- hid TL1! VZZT U ? f? ,h' "" brotker at th- 111 tv.... nlr ,,"7 """. w xm w on ' -' ' a nun hk aaw aawa iaai m wm ..11. iHg ami tke oiImn- katf u for ..n. alios ami estMlBMMt to take the oktee 0 tkat doetroyetl la the San Fraaoieoo ro. Tko toui for cloth lag ad Karrleoa eaaiomoat wtti h alaeoet $?.. Ba. land Mre SUtor baa he a viaitbjc at Fi uit Und ibo Octooor. !ltfri ( lttakey Quli Stl Imnk. ilnltotl Proaa Uaooa Wlro.) iMreoa City. Kor.. Feb i IM1. dftl( T B lucktr hrw ui.l... i the state Baak For Sale s acros two miles kmU j of Salem, on Liberty road, chicki on wiro fonco nil around pw: I new houso and furniture; newW buildings; threo dorcn chldw G. W. Floshor. Salera. touU 3. 2 6-2wk Lost -A ladv'a brown fur scarf, between Cottage Hot! j Hush's bank, n week last ea day. Finder return to M - Staicer at tho Cottaee S'M Wautttl Man for nositlon as BlM watchman, nt Mut schoo' Pkl 433. --W Fop S.ih !in-nipn tract, or will trill for Imnrnval nr uulnir,"(l tirnnartv Von? Pnrk rrefl Phone 1390 Main. Jos'iua Sm&A on Tiirnop roml 2 t 1 Wk-KnU lUli t unvmiBi! tb 14. thv Uk K TrtMt COMklMMV. District Attttrn.tv f.i- u..i - uv awlcBcd his aia .k.. . -. ui.,li .- . .. 1. vwiu :".-":."":" M,rB" . "". - -me irM. ami maa 11. t.- . . ' ' -'-'--'- toe intututio. rteHt today oootlaatea Oorx n i".'- "" - " Zxz r." r.r' ".. ''."".'..w ''. --? keraaae ladiee for tarteet Junu s v. w.. . " ' " " """" "" " ftiW". v,c r mt. re- , . --" 'evr any latereet. slgaed Army Coming From the East To the West Net of soldiers but of wealthy citizens to buy farms ami elV 1". .j t.ir liuillf.s. We ar,. in dirvct coinmunllcation with n large number of he Iple, m If you want to sell time farm tlutt 1ioum aiid lot, K IUi M at once, whero we will iuake n Meclal cao of It ad quick iUe. Remember we atv ported and know what we are Ulk Ing aboHt. Acre tracts for jUe in Fifer'e Fruit Addition on 1 ij iiivuiti. agents for tbe MODERN CANNERY, the Farmer's Mend FIFER & CREW, TDK VP-TO-DATK RHAI. ISTATK IlfSTLElLS. "i 7. Rayne Rldg. state Strct. Salem, Orftf