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AILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, HAIuSM, OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1000.
IBLAME GIVEN AWAY! GIVEN AWAY! BAREFOOT SANDALS FOR SUMMER WEAR THE HOLY ROLLERS FOR DETH OF VET ERAN IN SAN JOSE Itp'bi- '&mvar'mi' EVERY 4th YARD OF DRESS GOODS $ k& m I Remember Every 4th Yard of Dress Goods Free To every customer who purchases four or more yards. PRICES FROM 25c UP When we give a sale our goods are never marked up andt hen re ducedthe sale price is always a reduction from the regular price, LILLIAN RUSSELL TO-NIGHT WITH PRACTICABLY AN ALL STAR CAST Lllllnn Russell will bo im at the Grnnd Opora Houso tonight In nor now raolng comedy "Wildfire" Tho famous beauty 1 proeontod by Goo. Joaoph Brooks In tho play by Messrs, Goorga Broadlwirst and Goo. V. Hobart, which hag Just oarrled hor through a wonderful run In New York. Tho story wub not wrltton with MIm nusfioll In view, but It flU as perfectly as If It bad boen and her work Is of a sort that estab lishes hor In an entirely new field. No longer the Queen of Comic Opora sho 1b more recently roferrod to as tho Princoes of Comediennes and her work aa Mrs. Jlonrletta Harrington, tho horoino of this story, will be In atnso n rovelatlon to her frlenls. New York snt mp and nutlaed with Rasps of surprise and the rapid strides forward in the hletrloalc a.'t that Mies Kussell has wade and It was ono of tho chief matters of In terest In the receptions aeeorded her The character she portrays In the n mo.i v u tkat of a widow malt - ing a hard fight against impending j wake It a departure. There is an disaster. It U ntenslr and ( exterior to Introduce It and a boau tho quick appeal of the deraJoplag , MM for tha '?$ " ' situations Is not bacauae of any tfra-1 tho tb'rd act whlea reU tho Itaa mat'a effectlvanaw bat of taa aider-ill ti lyln tug that such a coals wh. I " sapportlag company Mte waged wtth the spirit of such a J Ru-ll aa. 7-,f 2" pratty woman as Mia. Ruell " m "? xt Ur Is sure to give to erary aaa. raapacU 1" U ekaraotara I?Z1 out h.7 It. - ! o be portray. I. the I'M will be kasd-raflalr. Mre. Harrington flads found Sitneoa Wiluia a tho uai.ee. i St Ji5f i riebo. .4 to - Will ARM. M Bad. Oiheja are r1a she had bUi accurtooed to all Taurstoa Ball. Sydaey Boot. Jo- ti?.nTFJTv. ww. t j anwm . . he conducted wrreptiUously uadri Traa. Joaa 0 Km .J. Hayaa Z Zm d. coara. ot Jo. D.. IU Haacar Jte. -J"'" malnaiay is the spleaald awa "Wild-, Ftorbes iumI Awio nuckloy. Tiro." The widow's younger ateiar U , " engaged to .rry the so. of a alga- Ay way the Ha.ter hat are good Jorwt u leading, reform wov-' advertlaeau of Orogo-'s fn.lt meat against the per.Mon of the and vegetables. 70 Years with Coughs and Colds We have had seventy years of experience with Ayert XV: " , '" i rw nlinx ik have flreat confidence in it for 2 colds bronchitis. eak To every customer purchasing dress goods from our splendid stock we will give every fourth'yard until further notice is given, All of our large spring assortment to choose from. i HT r - - LEFT ON HER DOORSTEP FOR THIS MOTHER Mrs. A. O. Tuson, of Llvcrmoro, Cal., writes: "I picked up from my door step one diy n llttlo book in which I soon becanu very much Interested. My llttlo girl of flvo yoars of ago bad boon troubled far a long tlmo with loss of appetite, extrcmo ncrvousnoss and unduo fatlsuo. Sho was nil run down and In a very dellcato condition. This llttlo book was very compre hensively written, and told of the now in! hod of oxtractlng tho medicinal ele ments of the cod's llvor from tho oil, eliminating the obnoxious oil which Is to hard for children to take. " 'Just the thing, said I, 'for my llttlo daughter,' and I Immediately wont for a bottle of Vlnol. It holpod her won derfully. She has gained rapidly In flesh and strength, and sho does not take cold half so easily. "I am oxtremely grateful for the pood It has done hor, and I hope other mothers -hr have weak, delicate or nillng children will be benefitod by my experlenr and just eive Vlnol a trial. O. W. PUTNAM CO. big raoo tracks. To have It known that she is at all Interoetod In tho stable would moan tliu separation of the young lovers. Condltlon mako It necoesary that sho hold onto hor horios for a tlmo or sell thom at a sacrifice. Tho widow elects to car- ry on matters with tho aid of her husband's old trnlnor Matt Donovan, and by winning n oig nanuicap me price of "Wildfire" will bt enhanced materially. 51 e action saltta to tut stable of a nfbdel outfit at one of tho big tracks and lis early development gives a complete Insight Into the workings of this end of the famous sport. "Wtklflre" Is faithfully staged and Its second aot ha tho novelty of ' aspect and the charm or realism to throats, and weak lungs. Ask our This is a Bona Fide Gift Not one yard of dress goods will be marked above its regular selling price DON'T SPEND ANOTHhrt MISERABLE bVENlNG IN DISTRESS Mlgornblo Indeed la tho man or woman whoso dlgoBllvu By atom Is un strung who goes to tho tablo and can not cat or what llttlo In cnton soenu to 1111 thorn and Inyn llku n lump of load In tho stomnch, refus ing to digest. If you, dear reader, auffor thlB way and will put on your wrapa now uiul gut fro myour phurmnulst n GO cent case of I'apo'n Dlnpopstn and out oiiu 22-grulu Trlangulu aftor your next meal you would nppro olate. llvo mluutos later, how long you suffered uuuM-etfsurlly. Thore will bo no moru Indlgostlon no misery In the stomnoh no sour risings or Delohlng of Gas, no Ilourt burtt, KlaUileuey or Hructntlon of uudlgo-tud food and acid or fooling of Nhiisuu, KiiIIiiobh, lliHidaohu or other symptoms of a woakonod Stom noh. Stomaah troubln and Indlgostlon vanish llku snow boforo tho blazing sun. Whon Ulapopsln works your Stom nch rosts got itsolf In ordor. Dla liupsln purlflea and sweotuim a xour stomaoh and froshoim tho Intestines' without tho uso of Laxatlvos, and whtn Is moro, It Increases tho gas tric Julcoa. This is what your Btom ach Is bogging for moro and bettor dlgtMtlvo juices. Thla Is what makes yom hungry and want to oat, and you can rest n toured what you then eat will be taken oare of proporly and not left In the stomach to torment and turn to gas and acid, and poison the breath with nutueous odors. Got a 60-cont caso from your druggist now you ought to havo Dlapopsln about the houso always. Should one of your family oat some thing which doo not ngroe with him or her, or for a Sour Stomach or ox reMive Gas. ono triangwlo will al ways give Immediate relief. SAY CRAB MUST NOT TRAVEL BACKWARDS Cbicago. April 16 Hugh Crab, formerly eoufldeRtlal agout of the Uto L. X. Leltor. U)dy Is faeiag a court ontor to pay Mkw Mary MaUaa 9f.tt for allogod kreaeh of pram la. TW verdict h the trial, held in Jwdgo Weil's eowrt. waa returned alter many predictions of a hung Jury ay Uumw who had followei the eas. The Jury is said to have been lJiHaMl by the attack of the de fMW upon the eharaeter of the pUlRtin through th0 male friends of the defendant. As the hearing drew to a close, it became aeeeesary for the bailiff to Hear the court. During the final Mission the lie was oassod several ime Attorney Kdward I.ltilnKer 4S fined 12 5 for rontemot of court San Joso, Cal., April 10. Resi dents of tho vicinity of tho Holy Itollor'a iomo In thla city nro up In arms becnuso of tho death tit tho "homo" of John Shaw, an ugod vot uni'n of tho civil wnr. It Is stnted Unit many ot tho -nolgh bora of tho pocullnr sect nro pro purlng ovldonco for District Attor ney Freo, which will show thnt Show suffered from In grlppo for four days, and that tho Itollors, with whom ho wa stopping, refused to permit him medical aid, According to tho statement of John Iluck, a friend of tho old man, Shaw had $350 which tho Hollor eldora on denvored to persundo him to glvo to tho sect. Ho wns cuuuuolcd by Iluck to keep tho mouoy, Ilmck turthor stated that whon Shaw became, sorlously 111 ho attempt ed to Bceuro him medical nsslBtnnco. Thla proceoduro, howovor, wnB not countonnncud by tho oldorn, who gnthorcd nround tho death bed and raved nnd prayed In (heir pocullnr mannor for tho purification of tho dying man's soul. "Keep your hands off of him," they nro said to hnvo stnted. "Pray er will euro htm, nnd whon ho la purified ho will bo glvon tho gift of tongues." Tho Hollers wero tho subject of no llttlo discussion horo two months ngo, when they barricaded their hall and held captlvo MIbs Daisy Mooro, n protty sohoolteachor, whoso mind hod hecomo affected by tho tumultouM forms ot rollglon prac ticed by thorn. q MANY ARE BURNED (Continued from page 1) would havo oscnpod from tho build ing uninjured. Kroegor displayed his nbsoluto lack of fonr throughout tho tlmo ho , nsslsted tho work of rescue At the ntry momont whon tho walls of tho burning building started to collapjo, ho dashed baak Into the fito nnd drugged two men to a place of safe ty. Flro Marshal Towe guvo out tho following statement: "Tho enuso of tliu llro la unknown. It stnrtfd on tho Bonond lloor of tho rooming houso nnd was probably oaiihvid by a defective duo. "Tho I'luco, whllo complying with tho lottor of the law governing build ings, was n tlretrup iire and slmplo. IU hallwnyB and ontrnnces wore barely u; to tho standard, and tho former wore so winding thnt In durk- noeu or a time of excitement, the ox IU could hardly bo foilnd." John W. Shanahan has had a grout doal of trouble with the authorities regarding tho St George, which he owned, and on December 13, 1000, wuh arrested for violating tho bullJ Ing ordinances. Forty lodger in tho 81. George had not bm accounted for at noon, i The Cirrus ncrounr finds it nocoaiary at all tlmosi to keep bis muaoles and Joints sup-' plo. That Is tho reason that hun dreds of thorn keep a bottlo of Ilal lard'e Snow Liniment always on hand. A wiro euro for rhuumatlim, euts. sprains, soro throat, lnrao back, nontrarted musclee. corns, bunion i and all points. Prlco 2Cc, GOc sad 11.00 per bottle. Bold by all doaltff. GRAND OPERA HOUSE JOHN V. ("OHWtAY, Mgr. I'HIDAV, AIMtli, 1(1. Joseph Brooks presents LILLIAN RUSSELL In the racing tomedy success "Wildfire" By George Uroadhurst and George Y Hobart Prices 2 0 1 60. 1 00. 50a Seat sale at box o re Friday 9am We've just received a big line of splendid values in Ooze Calf and Willow Calf uppers with smooth stitchdown solesi Infant's Barefoot Sandals Children's Barefoot Sandals Ladies' Barefoot Sandals Mien's Barefoot Sandals Thoy'ro going to bo oxtromoly popular this season, buy early boforo tho lino of rIzoh Is brokon. r Ji&s'jv&d' (otzAfr JsC0f& &srj8wed &yi. Now Idea Pattorim for May now ready. Any pattern 10c, lly mall 12o. Quurtorly Fashion ltovluw only IGc with cholco of any pattern free. Now Idea Magnzno fie. Now Ideu Mngatluo, onu year, only 50c, Including any pnttcrn free. Wo undorsoll "Itogular SlorcB" on ovorylhlng for tho wholo family CONTHAOi'OIlH. Sonlod bids will bo recelvod by tho llonr dof Directors of School DIb trlct No. Ill, In Mui-lon county, Ore gon, nt tho olhco of tho school clerk, In tho Murphy block, for tho erection or n now school building on lots 0, 7 and 8, In block rro. 77, In Bnlem, Oregon. Dldii to bo oponod nt tho rogulur meeting of tho board, to bo hold at tho high school building Saturday, April 17, lOOti, nt 7:30 o'clock p. m. Certified check for R per cunt ot tho amount of bid to uouompnuy each bid. Said clioolt of successful bid dor to be forfolted to tho board un less ho qualify within flvo dnya from dalo of award. Plans nnd specifica tions onn bo seou lit tho oillco of ar chitect nnd superintendent ot con struction, F. A. Iogg, In tho Mur phy block. Bnlem, Oregon. iiourd rosttrvoa tho right to roject any or all bids, lly ordor oi tho board. II. A. JOHNSON, Jr., Olork. 4-8tdly It took ninety days to select a Jury for tho trial of Calhoun In Ban Fran alsco, nnd It probably Isn't muoh ot n Jury, either EASIER SbRVlCE When you attend church Easter Sunday of tourse ou wish your ap pearance to be perfect. No mattur how eleKaot your clothes may be- If they are not set off by sorno re fined and becoming Jewelry your up pearnnoe Is bound to be commou place. Let us sugKeet: Itl.NtiH, iiltOOCHIM, ISUAUHIiltTH, HTICK P1NH, GVVV M.VKH, J'OltH, ()M) WATCH CHAINH, CiOW WATCH KH, JHWKLK1) HAT PI.VH Evorythlng eUo in tho jewelry line Barr's JEWELERS OaBanBal WPTa aVrsp assssp You'd bollor (77 S CV a 859 BARGAIN M Lot 70x140 oh Winter Street, near Oak NICXT 'lO J. II. AldJKUT'H. UHHIDKNGK Apply to Meyer & Belle Land Co. 467 Stato St. Phono 857 UM DoWltfu Curbolltod Witch Ilasel Halve Is ocpoclnlly good for pi lei. Sould by nil druggists. Ifeuitle JMHlitAltsyi DR. STONE'S Drug Store The only rash drug storo In Ore gon, owes no ono. and no ono owes It; carries largo stock; Its sadves, couuters and show cucs nro loaded with drugs, medlclnot, notions, toilet articles, wines nnd Huuors ot all kinds for medlolnal purpose. Di. Stone Is a regular graduate In med icine, and has had many years ot ex perience la the practice Consulta tions aro froe. Proscriptions ara freo, and only regular prices for medicine. Dr. Stone can be tuusd at his drug store, Salem, Or,, from 7 in the tuorulot until D at nlgvt. SjSSBlqlIb