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DAtttf OUPWAL WUItXAL. SALWI, CHOMOX, SATURDAY, P101MBKR 19, HOB.
XBL&Xjs: Grand Xmas Jwm&3fe4J&&wS( tfVtiAUD . &&i ll SHOPPING OPPORTUNITY ... ... . t .. r-i r.ii u..u.,,l - Cm o r,Hoi-t llint lm u;lll Innn rnmomhor. Don't llimu wrti... , in) P We've opened the way now tor you to give rainei, orouioi, nu&uanu, u. ouh a ,j.CoC.k mui .. ..to . ., . u..uVV jum muney away on trash wh wearaoies. you suieiy can iniu &unituiiiug tuuajr w iiijruui vu iWMi ,.,, ..-..... - 0 - c ! puooiuic puces, Anticipate your Xmas gifts early, No reserve, Blues, blacks, slims and stouts included, No reserve, m Suits, Overcoats & Topcoats Inclusive Stores' $!Mi.OO Suit Our Hegulnr Price QilO.OO; now $17.50 KxthiHlve Stores' $:S0.00 Suits Our Regular Trice 91M.OO; how $1 55Q Exclusive Stores' $25.00 Sult Our Regular Price $20.00; how $14.50 Exclusive Stores' $20.00 Suit Our Regular Price $ir,.OU; how $13.50 Exclusive Stores' $18.00 Stilts Our Regular Price $15.00; now , $" 2.50 Exclusive Stores' $15.00 Suits Our Hegulnr Price $12.00; how $9.50 Extra Trousers Exclusive Stores' $0.00 Trousers Our Regular Prlco $5.00; now $4.50 Exclusive Stores' $5.00 Trousers Our Regular Prlco $ 1.50; now $3.75 Exclusive Stores' $1.00 Trousers Our Regular Prlco $!1.50; now $3.00 Exclusive Stores' $3.50 Trousers Our Regular Price $$:1.00; now $2.70 Exclusive Stores' $J1.00 Trousers Our Regular Price $2.50; now ,,,,$2.30 Exclusive Stores' $2.50 Trousers Our Regular Price $2.00; now "J yg Under wea r Excluslce Stores' $!.oo Undmunr Our Hegulnr Prlco $2.50; now Exclusive Stores' $2.50 Underwear Our Hegulnr Price $2.00; now Exclusive Stores' $2.00 I'liderm-nr Our Hegulnr Price $1.75; now Exclusive Stores $1.50 tiiuVrurnr Our Hegulnr Price $1.25; now Exclusive Stores' 81.00 Uiidenwur Our .Regular .Price nor; now Exclusive Stores' 75c Undmvcnr Our Regular Price 00c; now Special Fur Bargains Wo havo oponcd our Annual Fur Snlo and It comes Just at an opportune, tlmo when you aro soloctlng Xmns gifts. This consists of ovory Fur in tho houso no resorvo Opossum, Foxes, Minks, Russian Minks, Japancso Minks, Qonulno Minks, Children Sots, Etc. All Reduced Boys and Girls, Attention! To Every Boy and Girl under twelve Years old we are going to offer prizes as follows. Boys' First Prize Boys' Second Prize Boys' Third Prize Girls' First Prize Girls' Second Prize Girls' Third Prize To every Boy and Girl under twelve years old we are going to offer prizes as follews: For the best letter written to Santa Claus, telling him what they want for Xmas, here is what will ceunt: Not over sixty words, spelling, neatness, composition, penmanship , punctuation, etc, written in ink and addressed to Santa Claus, care of Meyers' Store, to be mailed in large mail box on second floor, near elevator, Bring the letters in early, TOY 1 AMh i W1IW (Second floor) i i no urgent iM Bat i Bonment In Siiea to from. Foreln imlii to-B aro not ot the ueqi ah ninuj io mite tti d dren happy. Ba; Mft, will carefully nukuli your purchuctmjtiiik nvercu wnea yogurt charge. Toy Land (Second fa) Heminway's Spool Silk, all colors, 1 OO yards to the Spool, now 5 o o OOOOOOOOOO CITY NEWS OOOOOOOOOOO Weather Forecast Fair tonight and Sunday, continued cold. When In Portland Visit Hall's roataurant, 330 Well ington Btroot. o-o-d W. T. Rlgdon, Undortnkor Always progressive, up-to-date Full equipment, largest stock. 10-21-ood-tf. .t GIIhoh's Place Eloven harbor chairs Hand Painted China "Mm. Junk's window nt Capltnl Drug Storo, corner Llborty and Btato streotfl. ood-3t Throo reasons for buying Cleveland's Daking Pewder: Superior Quality (Pure Cream of Tartar). Noatost Pnckago (Scrow top can). Dost Prlco (3 lbs. $1; 6 lbs. $1.60 For Stove Wood And conl call 198, Vogot 1umbor Company. Substantial Christmas ProttontH In sllvorwc.ro nt snlo prices; In wntchos nt snlo prlcos; In cut gluts nt snlo prices; In clocks nt snlo prices HlngOB' Jowolry storo, only placo whore thoro Is a real snlo. Sluifcr, the Harness Mnn Now Is tho tlmo to got your houvy drnft and plow harness, I3est stock In town. Kverybody fioei To Hlngos' big sale, for thoy truly got tholr monoy's worth. Only Jew elry storo on Commorclal stroot. Claw Plmi, lOe Up Fobs, 20c up; bolt buckles, 50c wp; Hat pins, 25c up, nt tho big Jowolry salo of Charlos II. Hinges; only Jew elry store on Commercial street. Philomath Creamery Butter for tho good your grocer. tablo. Ask If Ho Want A plpo, box of cigars, cigarette cniso. cigar case or anything In th smoker's nrtlclo lino, wo carry tno most comploto In Snlem. Henry Wip rut & Co., oornor Stato and Com mercial stroots. Mrw. Johnson Soys tho Boorot of good coffee U very simple -buy Folgor's Golden Gato wholo roast, and havo It ground no too flno. 'ev Salem Rooklet A Journal reporter. In making hip rounds today, stepped Into Patton'o Post Card Hall, and was shown by Miss Chapman, who has charge of tho Iioubs of plot uro postals, a noat book let, containing 12 haudsomo views of Salem's boat iconory which, rendlly sells nt 25 oonto. Thoy should bo Font to every Kastorn friend this Christmas. New Houses Always for salo. Company. Vogot Lumbor Tho Housewife Who cannot find tlmo to do her shopping personally, finds the J, M. Lawrence grocery a iiatlsfactory place to trndo. Phone 311. Particular Buyers can nlwdyi find what thoy want In tho moat lino at SteniBloffa' 8anltary Market. Phono orders are selected carefully. Phono 321. Think of Hinge And Christmas shopping Is easy, nig reductions, big stock, big sale. Only Jewelry storo on Commorciol street. Johnson At Stege Is tho placo to got your suit pvesBod and cleaned. Nox.t door to Journal Overlndulgenre Threo John Does wero registered at tho Hotel do Gibson this morning to answer on tho charge of drunken noss and dlsordordly conduct and keeping uuMBiially late hours, Tho throo morry Imblbors woro picked up after 12 o'clock In a very groggy con dition by tho night oftlcors, who woro forced to uoo thorn somowhat rough ly, owing to tholr strong deslro to remain on tho streots, tho rest of tho night. o New Corporations. Tormina) Dook and Warohouso company; principal ofllco, Portland; capital stock. $250,000; Incorpora tors. I. C. Sniuord. u. u unmpueu and A. Colin. Ducoy-Stlnchlfold Lunibor Co.; principal olllco, Portland; capital stock. $150,000; Incorporators, John F. Ducoy. James G. Ducoy. .William L. Ducoy and Chas. Stlnch flold, Jr. H. O. Peck Automohllo Wheel Co prluulpal ofllco, Pertland: capital stook. $100,000; Incprporatdrs, G. Pook. H. O. Peck. J. G. iN'lohols. W. 13. Jones, 0. G. Moyor nnd H. n. Ramft. Tho Albany Condensed Milk com pany; principal ofllco, Albany; capi tal stock, $50,000; incorporators, H. G., Flshor, Henry Lyons nnd H. M. Palmer. JIM CHUNG LEAVES THE CAPITAL CITY Jim Chung, ono of Salem's most' popular nnd well-known Cinnamon, la to louvo his frlondb, rolatlvos nnd happy ilrosldo In his Ilttlo 5xG room In tho Chlnorvo pnlnro on High and Forry streots, nnd take up his futuro nbodo In Portlnnd. Jim has boon, tnkon with tho wanderlust during tho Into years, and on Bovornl occasions has Journoycd off to foreign parU Btich nB Snibltmlty, Albany nnd many otho rfnr-dlstant lands, hut owing to tho fact that his business hours aro becoming shortor nnd loss valuable of Into In Salem, Jim lina decided to dlsposo of his holdings In thl city, whero ho hns lived for n good many conturies, nnd open u first-class win dow cleaning shop in Portland. Jim hns no largo family to support, and Is a prominent Chinese club member, hot hn this city and Portland, nnd ho will undoubtedly work up n good trndo in tho metropolis, in Inform ing his Snlpm frlondb of his Intendod departure, Jim snld; "Mo. lossom volly flno flons In Salem, by-em-by come hack, look, seo." o HERRIN SAYS ESPEE NEVER INTERFERES RIVER IS THE LOWEST IN YEARS Tho gaugo on tho O C. T. Co's dock on tho Wlllamotto river hero show tho rlvor to be standing at 1,7 foot, tho lowest this stream haB been dur ing tho month of Decomber for four years, nccordlng to tho official rec ord, kont by M. P. Baldwin, local agent for the transportation com; pany. In Decomber, 1905, tho river stood at 1.5 feet, this being tho low est gauge reached for over 23 yenrst. Tho Wlllamotto has been receedlng In volume during tho past few year?, but tho larmtng extent of the low water this year cannot ho nccountej for only through tho scarcity of rnlr. Tho years heretofore nro recorded with many heavy rainfalls, nnd those,, In connection with tho snow water coming from tho mountains regular ly hold tho river steady at a good gaugo. Tho rainfall this year, so far, has beon uiv -unlly light, and only upon two occasions wero thoro any largo -amount of rain recorded by tho bureau. Breozo Gibson, the well-known Polk county resident and pioneer of 56 voars' nHdonee In Oregon, stated this afternoon that tho Wlllamotto 's getting to be tho "queerest acting puddlo la the country," and unions rnln prevails soon, he expects to walk across tho old Willamette on Ub bod. o Railroad Offers Reward The O. R. & N. R. R. Co. nro now sending' out posters offering a rowird for tho arrost and conviction of the party or parties who hold up ono of tholr trains near Portland. The company has set tho price for cap ture at $1500. Harriman Representative States Railroad Does Not Oppose Will of People At Legislature Race Track Measure, Los Angoles, Cal., Dec. 19. Har riman intorests in California' will not defend racing nt tho coming ses sion of tho statu legislature, accord ing to n statomont made today by William P. Herrln, gonornl counsol for tho Southern Pacific railroad nnd 'llarilman'H political "boss" in this stnto. Merrill corroborated a statomont to tho same effect recent ly made by Walter Parker, gonornl tax agont for tho Southorn Pacific a,nd chief of tho Espee's machine" In Southern California. Declaring that ho spoko nuthor latively for tho Harriman intorests, Hoirin said: "Wo will leavo every thing to tho representatives that tho peoplo havo olected, and will bring I thought UVldr Itosk Sttmh Now York, Dec. lr-m statement of the latxmt day shows the folloilif t IlGBorvo on all t(?m,i woro firing nt my log. thoy novor would stop." Colonel Taylor then rotated how ho waited until tho night riders hr l dennrtod. thlnklnir he hnd been klllttl ' Tim ntnra irnlilnd Mm In his escaiiO ! SC.S89.925 Into Lake county, where ho knew 1i-j I Reserre on ll d?cA was safe, Tho witness related his ex-' United 8tatw depa!ti, ..-! ... I.. l.lH 1. A.ian tt1mr i f.f A 99K ho rocolvod food, drink and protM-l Uans. decrease I J. Vi tlon. Colonol Tnyloi said that th loador of tho night rldors bore o. ory rosomblnnco to Garrott Johnson. who Is charged with nuinier. o PACKY McFARLAND 1 '" BUT A MERE CHILD (United Press Lonsod Wlro.) Chicago, Doc. 19. No one looking at Pncky McFarland,. tho fighting prldo of tho Chicago stockyard, would hollovo-thot ho la a mere In fant, b(. thnt Is tho claim made by himself nnd attomoyn In the suit against him which Is ponding today beforo tho justice's court. A year ago, whon Packy wa a youngor child thnn ho represent'. hlmsolf to bo nt prosont, ho Is id loged to hr.vo promised to pay tho Twentieth Century Pross Clipping nuroau $57.81 for a collection Specie, decreue, Um hogal'tcnaer ww iiimsiia decrttw l!M Circulation !, I1IUI Total loan. .""'. i ThosrpIuion C 83,575, oagslntfcw' 751,000 W8l year. -ti 98n flnntwoTtirm- T ; . 1 DTED. r..ftiii n th hotce l f 'lnTacoaa,Wi!i,W i,r 17. 1908. Mn The body wR HW fromTacoraatMtaJ VlUbeleld.tt BOIff. i,nThii monilasl,l' Uot7eV.feoirg Rrwth CommerdiH TniA W ' ,, T i tA ill . XJV - '. .. I of '... mtem 6U . iicuiiiu iiavo uiuuLuu. iiiui win oriiiK i uiireau to .01 ur u w"""" : ui iv . i.u tm no Influonco to boar on any subject newspaper nccounts of tho batu or frends extena i whntsoevor." the "Infant." Packy says bo's a rneie child of 19, and not to no una i-Bpon-lble for anv ngrocmont h nay havo made. In fact Pncky Is vounp that his attorney. William Ciinnea, ha-) beon appointed his gin Judno Crowo took the ploa of t.i -f ,Yr fiUf-i st-urdy youngster undor ndvlseniem. Vil,,,f9 nnrt will nnnniincQ his dOClMOU 111 t.U' fcJJJJ. matter on January f. Asked If tho rnllroad wouldn't support tho racing Interests against tho nnti-raco track gambling bill, hesnld: "No, tho passnge of such a bill might moan tho loss or monoy to us, but wo will lot tho loglsln turo decide for Itself whether or not such an action Is wanted by tho peo plo." "Isn't this a now doparture for tho Southorn Pacific?" ho was naked. "Huvon't thoy always brought In fluence, nor resorted to any lobby ing." Herrln nnBwored with n smlle: "Thoro will bo no lobbiinn. no In- lluence used, no programming. It Is up to tho peoplo through their elected lawmakers." -o-- ACCUSED Continued from page one.) There wub not a sound in tho court room for soveral minutes, save tho sous ot tno witness. Resuming, ho said: "Suddenly I heard a gunshot, and I saw a hole !n Rankin's coat. 1 made a dash for tho lake, a few yards away, aim jumped as. tar as I could. I stayed under water until my breath gavo out. As Providence would have It, I came up on tho other side of a log. I had already came to the sur faco when the shooting began. They "I'V I If am EARTHQUAKE CAUSE Norwich UkJ 1 lo- OF NEGROES' DEATH i fC-i Uiuio "- . ,j mereui "" 29, Com S. MONEY TO (United Press Leased Wlrel Con l?..imnlonn nP 19. It 'S " lloved 'ha n slight earthn"" hnrn nt 1?25 this momin -non-'hi for tl' er'Hcal ronrtitlon ' y. two negroes, who are near ""'"' .t,-,BA groes were found almost dead from ZJlZ--2 Inhaling ira?. when tho door of tn i n0oO'1 room at a hrr.se nar the Pre-M . 0 0 O O 0 0 I today was forced own. It was fom. - ruj TOO1 II ihata tube connecting a .ma O WCn - ji heater with u Jet had been d scon- o00J -tPil. nnd It 1- bolKved thst th' O s-roooH . . . j i... im niiakf i"n-t n'e neon nom- in -" which shook the house. . Other noron feU tho tremor. " It nnnears to have hen more sliarn inlbat neiijhborhood thnn hc V ihr Inmncft WHS rOOOrteil. I'"1- of tho negroes was Identified as V . ii llam MattQrbejry, a c,ook. but i other is iihknownT ' Call "" . l.roOO For rf'T" '..it I goods : ... saw n- . mtrorii - .1 Secona v- - fc.fc .