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The Benson's daintiest fabrics are
now on oux counters, although a
few Btragglers are still to come.
There's a perfection of color combi
Nation and beauty of weave in the
new things thut will bo a treat for
Won. We will try to make your visit
- IF -
Yon are golnsl'-o build or makciany; kind of
im irovome it. hI1 od ,tlio .nmler.lgued lor
material. Vehvea mpletejutockyand are
read tos'np?ly any'prep.-wert contract, newer
work, sradln?, etc.
SaVm Improvement Co.
Dec. 4. Katie Putnam in "Love
Finds a Way."
Dec. 7. Madeline Merit drama.
Dpc. 13. Congregational corn social.
Dec. 0. Salem Keeley League enter
tainment. Dec. 0. First Presbyterian church
Jan. U0, By Perkins comedy.
Aunt Dinah's Husking.
There will be a novel entertainment
at Congregational church, Wednesday
evening, Dec. IS, in the way of a Husk
ing Bee and Corn social. Every out
should try and attend. Barrels full oj
for old and young.
High Water Excursion.
Steamer Altona will leave for Inde
pendence at 8 a. m. and 2 p. m. Leave
Independence at 10 a. m. and 4 p. m.
These trips will be made if the weather
is fair. Bound trip 75 cents.
Mitchell, Wright & Co.
Aunt Dinah's Husking Beo.
On account of the rain Aunt Dinah
failed to gather the corn into the barn,
so the Husking Bee is postponed to
Wednesday evening, Dec. 13.
Mr. Collins Dead.
Cbas. Collins, aged about 60, died
last nlgbt at midnight. He had sutler
ed from a cancer on the neck which
was the cause of his death. Ho Ieavet
a daughter aged G and a son about 22
Mrs. Collins died two years of uge.
Deceased was a native of New York,
and moved to Oregon a few years ago,
living on the garden mad, in a houi-e
on the Dickinson Seed farm. Fuuerul
from house Sunday at 2:30, Rev. A. L.
Bio Slauohtku of Trimmed Mil
llnery, December 2d at the Ladies'
Bazaar, D. W. Frozen
Imitations have been put upon the
market so closely resembling Allcnok'e
Porous Plasters In general appeuruuee
as io ue wen caiouiaieu io deceive.
It is, however, in general appearance
only that they compare with Allcock's.
for thoy are worso than worthless, In
asmuch as they contain deleterious in
f;redlents which are apt to cause serlouo
njury. Remember that Allcook's are
the only gouulno porous plasters the
best external remedy ever produced;
and when purchasing plasters do nut
only ask for but see thut you get All
cock's Porous Plasters.
Aunt Dinah's Husking Beo.
Fun for old and young at Congrpga.
tlonal church Weduesday evening, Dee.
13. Watch for the. program.
For good health tako Tutt'a Pills.
' m i
Goal Strike Broken.
PlTTSiiuiia, Dec. 2. Everything Is
quiet at the Suowdeu and Uastonvllle
collerlen. Some of tho men went to
work under a guard this morning, it
Is thought tho strike is broken.
Remember tho shoo sale go
ing on hi Jtrmissc ishm.
Tho only stock of Jnpanoso
gooda in Salem are now boiug
This lino consists of assorted
Chinawaro, suoh as oups and
saucers, tea sots completo, ox
tra buttor dishes, bowls, cream-
el's, mush sots, chocolato pots, Bt
cracKorjara ana nowor vases,
lacquer cabinots, scroops, wall
brackets; Japanese napkins 35o
$03 Commercial Street.
45 - Cents a Yard.
Biggest bargains ever known.
Call early and getjjthe best se
lections. THE PALACE.
REPUBLICAN CITY TICKET.
For member of the City
K. B. DUNCAN.
For member of the City Council, Sec
For member of the City Council, Third
For member of tbe City Council Fourth
GEO. T. HUGHE8.
LITTLE LOCALS. .
Mrs. J. Fink of Tacoma arrived in
the city last evening, and is the guest
of her sister, Mrs. I. VV. Berry. C.
B. Palmer, of the firm of Altken &
Palmer, left this morning for Mt. An
el to uttnud the bedside of bis father,
J. H. Palmer, who is quite low. Col.
Jed Myers and Dr.Anuice Jeffries were
passengers' for Portland this morning.
Hon. Z. V. Moody was a passenger
for Portluud this morning. Fair
weather with lower temperature.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Breitensteiu, a
dtiugbter. Rosemou, the pacing
stallion was sold to Thos. Hubbard
under chattel mortgage yesterday for
$000. The store ut Mucleay was
broken into on Thursday nlgbt by two
or more burglars uud the contents ri
iled. Tho till was broken aud goods
taken to the amount of about $50.
All voters of tho first ward want to
vote for R. B. Duucan for councilman.
He is a progressive and independent
man and no better Republican walks
the earth Chus. Horner, a 17-year old
son of John Horner who lives on a
farm near the Rickey school house,
while engaged In making rails went to
strike with an ax and it caught on a
II ml) and fell in suoh a taannor as to
nearly sever the second aud third toes
of the left foot Prof. Edwin Morrl-
iou of the Polytechnic Institute will
address young men to-morrow after
noon ut the Y. M. C. A. at 4 p. in. All
CHURCH SERVICES TOMORROW.
Services tomorrow us usual at 10:30,
12, 0:30, 7:30. Mr. Freeluud will bo in
Services at M. E. churoh by Rev.
Royal, of Brooks, who exchanges pul
pits with Rev. Shulse.
FIRST M. B. CHURCH.
Services at the regular hours tomor
row. Morning subject: "What Could
the World do Without a God ? " Eve
ning theme: "Who Is Responsible for
tho Death of MoGee ?
Regular services ut W. O. T. U. Hall,
Court streot, near Liberty, at 10:30 a.
m. and 1:15 p. m, Sunday school at 12
m., Y. P. O, E. U. at 0:15 p. m. In
absence of pustur, J. Bowersox, the
morning service wll bo conduoted by
F. J. Strayer aud tho ovoulng service
by E. D. Bollinger, All uro welooine
to these meetings.
Services at 10:30 . m. uud 7:30 p. in.,
Sun. lay school at 12:15. Rev. Cope
Und, pastor. Subject of morning sor-
mon, ' Washed In the Blood of tho
Lamb," and subject evening lecture
"The Gospel of Buddha of Nlroaua,
Karma and Reincarnation."
East Salem corner of Ohomeketa and
17th street. Services tomorrow at 10:30
a m. to 7 p. in. I. B. Fisher, pastor,
residence -151 Chemoketa street.
Service at 10:30, and 7:30, luorutug
subject, Tho Race Problem Collection
for l'lvedmoti called fur evening Butt
led, The Ideal Young Woman. Junior
endeavors p. in., Y. P. 8. O.K. at
Sorvlces at 1st Christian church Sun
day uiorulug at 10:30. The regular
evening service will be disposed of and
in its stead an entertainment will be
ven by the Sunday school. The
birthday box will bo ojmju.hI aud iq oon
uootiou with a good program a pleasant
time in uutiolpited, A cordial lnvta
tlou Is extended to all.
Corner Liberty and Marlon streets,
Rev. M. L. Rugg, pastor. Tho usual
preaching service at 10:30 n. m. and
7:30 p. m. conducted by the pastor will
be held on Suudiy. Subject of sermon
morning Byes of Understanding En
lightened. Evening Individual Re
Germnnn church, cornor of Cen
tral & Liberty Bts: Sunday services:
Preaching at 11 a. m. aud 7:30
p. m. Sunday School at 10 a. m. Y.
F. A. at 7. p. ru. All German people
are cordially invited. A. A. Engel
John L. Bowman, of Portland, spent
a day at the home of J. J. Roberts In
Senator Hayes and son of Oregon
City are In town. "
Secretary Gregg of the state board of
agriculture is In the city.
Farmer Pomeroy of the state reform
school is home from Portland. ,
A. F. Hofer, business manager of the
JoORNAL.is in Portland today.
R. B. Duncan, the Republican can
didate for alderman in the first ward is
not a Probl.
James Duucan and G. H. P. Cor
nelius of Turner were in the city yes
terday. Prof, and Mrs. Condon returned to
Sunt. R. E. Mulchay of the Oregon
Pacific Railroad went to Coryallls today.
John Holman was called to Albany
today by a telegram. Hd will return
Monday in time to vote tor the next
Alderman from the Second ward.
Mis Maud Cress returned to her
school at St'iytou today.
Prof. Jas. Ei9than returned to Jef
R B. Duncan Is a man tbat can not
be bought to do any thing that is dis
honorable or against tbe best interest of
the tux payers of the city of Ralem
bo all the voters of tbe first ward want
to vote for him for councilman.
Aunt Dinah's Husking Bee.
Husking Bee aud Com Social at tin
Coug'l Church Wednesday evening,
MRS. McGEE'S DESTITUTION.
Relief for the Poor,j Family Received
At "The Journal" Office.
Up to 9 o'clock last night only two
Indies bad called on Mrs. McGee,
whose husband and only means of sup
port was found dead Friday morning.
She is left with 0 small children in great
destitution. Mre-John Holman called
late last night with a basket of cloth
ing and food aud thus temporarily re
lieved the distress of the worse than
bereaved and helpless woman. Her
youugest child is only two months old,
tbe oldest ten years. The children are
well and Mrs. McGee is doing all in
her power for them and is in every way
a faithful and deserving woman.
The Journal Is receiving kind re-
spouses to its requests for aid and will
push the work to secure support for
this family for tho winter. We wish
it would come homo to the heart of
every reader to do something for this
womau and her little ones. If you can
only eive twenty five cents hand it in.
L idles who will take tbe trouble to call
on Mrs. McGee will surely be moved
out of pltyfor her hard lot.
SUBSCRIPTIONS AND DONATIONS.
Journal, cash ?5.tK).
John H. Albert, cash 15.00.
E. S. Bollinger, cash $1.00.
Mrs. Geo. Cochran, South Salem,
b.uket ot clothing.
Mrs. Thos. Holman, clothiug and
J. E. Riss, load of wood.
Dr. J. W. Meredith, half cord oak
J, L. Mitchell, $1.00.
E. C, Churchill, two saoks Hour.
H. E, Suepard, cash 60 cants.
A. Bush, meat, groceries and wood.
Chas. Burgtrraf, tho author of tho
origlual melodrama "The Inventors,'
has volunteered to put tho play ou the glve" of tho nubll eel,n nejct Stur
boards of the Red at an early date for '' l,,,ht n,,d of tu? Pro6ram arranged
the benefit of Mrs. MoGtie aud the Me
Gee babies. This will be the first pub
llo appe trance of a strong company of
Salem amateur artists recently organ
ized as follews: Business mtuager,
Sam Bishop; Direotor, Chas. H. Burg
grafj Stage manager, Mujor Walluce
Treasurer, J. B. Holland. The otste
includes leading theatrical artists hoad
ed with tho only "Billy" Dhu, and
tho b iby McGee beueflt will meat with
a warm reoeptlou. The press r.f the
city should give It free advertising.
Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair.
n r n 6ns s sn r
The aly Pure Cream of Tartar Powdcr.-No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used in Millions of Homes vio Years the Standard
Thursday and Friday of this week
were taken us Tbanitsgiving holidays.
Many of the students whoso homes
were near and were not debarred
by high water, took the opportunity
to pay them a visit.
Prest. Hawley delivered a Thanks
giving uddrcss at Jefferson on Thurs
The cbapel rhetorloals for the second
term begin on Tuesday. Those who
aro to take part In tbe local contest,
preparatory for the state oratorical con
test at Eugene are excused from this
The football association met on Wed
nesday aud adopted a constitution aud
by-laws. It will hereafter be known as
who W. U. F. A. The weather at pres
ent will not permit of systematic prac
tice, but these obstaoles being removed
enthusiastic times are expected in the
The "Japanese Tea" given by the
Phllodoslans on Wednesday evening
was a decided success. Noticable and
novel features of the program were, the
Italian song by Prof. Aunie Tnornton,
Bazoo duet, by Keller Bros., Japanesa
love song, by Mis Margurette G. Scrl
ber and the umbrella drill and concert
"by twelve young ladies In Japanese
costume. After the program lunch
was served in dainty Japanese style.
The performance of the young ladles
showed much careful preparation and
drill, and they wore fairly well renu-
nerated, although tbe storm of the
oreceedlng two days, had a diminish
ing effect on the audience.
TbePhilodorlan society has bad under
o msideration for a week or more, the
plan of resolving itself into a house of
representatives. On last night a re
port on rules was heard and. rules
a lopted corresponding to the rules reg
ulating tbe last session of Oregon's
legislature. All of the preliminary
work is now in the hands of efU -lent
c unmlttees aud by next Friday nlgbt
it is hoped that business m-vy be started.
Each member of the society represents
a state in the union and will to the
best of his ability uphold the policy of
that state aud work for its best inter-
An Open Letter to "Bill" Anderson.
Dear Sir: One week from tomor
row ev. uing at S lutti Salem M. E.
church I shall take as my subject "Woe
to him tbat puttetb the cup to bis
neighbor's lips." I shall make refer
ence to the death of Richard McGee.
Tbe place where he died. As your
uame will come In connection with
tbls subject, and not only your name
but your business, not wishing to do
you an injustice any statement that
you may wish to make in Justification
of your business will be presented to
the audience if put In respectful terms.
J. M. Shulse,
Pastor South Salem M. E. church.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
The drug and medicine firm hereto
fore doing business under tbe style of
Smith & Steiner, have this day .dis
solved partnership by mutual consent,
Dr. J C. Smith retiring. The business
will be continued by Leo Steiner, at
the old red corner stand, where all
bills and accounts are to be settled.
Salem, Dec. 1st, 1893.
J. O. Smith, M. D.
Course of High Grade Entertain
monts at the Salem. First M.
IV. Dr. Chas.Edward Locke.Taylor
street church Portlaud, "Every Inch a
Man," Dee. 0. "
V. Grand concert by Salem artiste,
Course ticket Is (2.00. Single admis
sion Is 60 cents. Tickets for Pule at
Dearborn's bookstore uud Altken's
grocery store, State street. ll-3tf.
Athenian Club. This popular club
will meet In close session tonight, aud
will debate the question. "Resolved,
that it Is good pulley to bond tbe clt.v
iu tbe sum of $59,000 in order to pay of
its Indebtedness." Due notice will be
for that event.
Of Hood's Sirssparlllals always within
t he bonds of reason because it Is true;
it always appeals to tho sobur, common
Bense of thinking people because it In
true; and it is always fully substantial
ed by endorsement which, In tbe II
uaucial world would b accepted with
out a moment s hesitation.
Hood's Pills cure liver Ills, constlpa.
tinu, biliousness, J mudlce, sick head
There Is something luheront in Katie
Patman which, even to the audience
who knows nothing of her personality,
wins a kind sentiment. One feels an In
terest in her separate and beyond the
partsho Is playing; an instinct that
tells him that besides being a clever ac
tress, sho is a good-hearted, honest,
earnest and loyal little weman: It Is
to tbls Indefinable and subtle impres
sion, as "much as hor stage work that
she loves her strong Influence on popu
lar audiences. Tho love of the "mas
ses" too, Is something of which no ac
tress need be ashamed. Uncnlloused
by continuous rounds of excltl tg di
versions, needing nob a salacious touto
to rousa sluggish nerve?, tbe plain man
responds quickly to a presentation of
tbe good and evil of human life. He
eagerly absorbs the unfolding story and
rejoices at the triumph of right over
wroug. Kttle Putmau is popular
wherever she encounters the workers
of the world, the meuhanlo the clerk,
the minor and the maohinist. Her
plays appeal most strongly to those of
unperverted tastes and honest senti
ment. Nothing she does ever causes a
lady to blush or a vulgar porson to
smirk. Her audiences are the "popu
lar" but never the "sporty" kind.
What higher compliment can an ac
tress receive? At the Opera House
A MUSICAL TREAT.
.The musical and elocutionary enter
ment already announced to take place In
First Presbyterian church for the 8th
iust has been changed to Wednesday
evening the Gth Inst. Lovers of goo'd
music are promised a treat on this oc
casion. , Programme will be published
on Tuesday. Admission 25 cents.
Flood Notes. The npproaohs to
the bridges across Pudding river are all
uuder water. Tbe boom at Swarts's
mill went and Mr. Swarti loses about
$500 worth of logs.
Monday evening Mrs. R. S. Bean
gave a party in honor of tbe Judge's
thirty-ninth birthday. The home was
decorated with chrysanthemums and
delicate ferns. A few hours were pleas
antly aid amusingly devoted to gne
Ing a circulating library, after which a
delicate aud dainty luuoh was served
in the dining room. Mrs. Claud Gitch
won first prize while Mr. Wahnu con
tented himself with boobv. Invited
guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Z F.
Mo)ly, Ju Ige and Mrs Lord, M.
and Mrs. Charlb Moores, D and Mis
Bird, Judge uni Mrs. Burnett, Mrs.
Strlckler, He en Oibirn, Miss Bean,
Dr. and Mrs. Philbrook, Mr. and Mrs.
Wahnn, Judge and Mrs. Moores.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ga'ch, Mr. ai.d
Mrs. Osborn, Mr. aud Mrs. A. F.
OLD FOLKS' WHIST.
Mr. and Mrs. E.. M. Walte enter
tained the Old Folks' Whist club at
their home on State street Mondav
evening. Those present were: Mr.
and Mrs. A. I. Wagner, Mr. and Mrs.
H. W. Cottle, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Eng
land, Mr. and Mrs. E. Breyman, Mr.
and Mrs. J. G. Wright, Mr. and Mrs.
E. C. Cross, Mr. and Mrs. Fleming,
Judge and Mrs. J. J. Murpcy. Every
one was happy, especially the prize
winners. Mrs. Wm. England carrying
off the first prize for ladles and Mrs.
A. I. Wagner, second. Jud.;e Murphy
walked up like a little mm and took
the first " booby" prize and Mr. Eu
gen6 Breyman followeJ, takiog the
second. The prizes cime from the
World's fair and will be all the more
None Better. The Gillman coal
selling pt $8 per ton at the Salem Im
provement Co. 'a yards, is the best fuel
Perfect Babv ftalth
health in the
come. When we see in children
tendencies to weakness, we know
they are missing the life of food
taken. This loss is overcome by
of Cod Liver Oil, with Hypophos
phites, a fat-food that huilris nn
appetite and produces flesh at a I
rate that appears magical.
Almost as Palatable as milk.
.. ..p.r.u "r.QCO" iwmn. H. Y All m..l..
D. .. A as.-..- .
BROWN & SON'S
Tho public is horoby notified
that WO propose to sell meat at
margins barely consistent with I
Satisfaction guaranteed to all
Corner of Center and 13th Streot.
n.imim urn mil tm irmrinun iwn-nm wiHlWlBtlBClC: Stageqaig
OYERCOATS, OVERCOATS, OVERCOATS
The Largest assortment over brought to Salem.
They Must Go
in the next 30 days!
AND COST TAKES M.
ALONO THE WATER PflONT.
Flood Noto3 Steamers Stata
Docks and Flooded Dis
If there are more rains to tho south
look out for a repetition of the flood of
At 10 a. m. the river .stood at 27 foot
The Salem mills wharf is floating but
no damage done. Water is coming iuto
the basemont of the mills. Some belt
ing has been taken ofT, but no loss has
ensued. The mills will be shut down
until eleven feat ab:ve low water Is
reached by the subsiding torrent.
The water wis only five feet higher
in 18:)U when tie bridge went out. It
is said to be u faot that the bottom land
is more cleared out and the water ruus
ft more easily and it may be tbat there
is as much water now as then but it bus
The Altona Is tied up at Independ
ence. Sbe went up Friday at 8 o'clock
from Salem and had not- returned at
noon. Tbe Elwood started down for
Lincoln Friday for a load of wheat but
could not get a load, as tbeshutes
were uuder water and the boat returned
empty, having barely space to come
through under tho bridge. The seven
miles to LIucjIu was made in twenty
The E woid will lie here until the
flo)d hubsl les.
Tb U. P. d ok is noirly uuder water
and tbe river is up to the boiler house
of ihe Capital Numbering mills. The
Boise dock is In deep water but is well,
anchored. Both are now in the eddy
and cannot be moved unless struck by
a mass of drift and that is not likely.
There is undoubtedly muoh distress
among people llvlngon the islands and
low lands in the river bottoms, also
from stock in flooded districts. The
captain of tbe Elwood said he was
ready to relieve any suoh distress prop
erly reported to him. Several families
on tbe river front had to move out.
Your attention v.n r. u . I
oe hard to do with nn '-?., '""U'S"' .87
do It. We have ooened nnnn. i
" Xma.-.rd:, JuvTnlSi BoX""
. ?. " "n itmea yo . will nnd ourl
' lcecreit vrednniwl nail TU i..Vrrfl
nr lino ur;;nij:..rr.'' iuiaoi
..... ,,u , uuiuuaeeu to see you,
A jenu for "Old Nlok." os State street
of Denver, has opened Dress-rnaklDR
Parlors In the Eldrldgo block, In the
?,TBf"rra?r,y occuP'ed b M. Bake?
A Perfect Fit Or No PflV !
" ' 'u raJ
- J TUCK, nun
TRUNKS AND VALISEs-
OVERUSAeT5 ?&! WIS
bllckmacbtS, Coaaiidaeo for yourself. Try one of oar7.;
DBEsSIa AND8a: u,a ma0k,utO8 .
uur are8a aa "! Jackets admit of no Buperiorlty, m
nMnWlLLIS BROTHERS & CO.
OPERA HOUSE CORNER, - SALEM, OREGON
hfer?d at Cost
Headquarters for all dally papcra.at
J. L. Bennett's cost offi 'vSJTL "
Bennett's post office blocknewi
Lain!, Schober & Mitchell's
and nil other makes of shoes
at cut prices. Krausso Bros.
WPJS'-tjlrlto doRimeral housework
In tonally or two; 111 Trade itreetTwX
C1ARM FOB 8AliR-A deairable farmofieo
.R? Sbn6 n K.W.SPt" APP1T tfig
" i u" " j
ANTED-Work ol any kind, by ajooor
man who Is a m-anger In the ely.
Wages no object. J.hn IxiumenM, t The
WAl?nr:Posll,on " n utekeeper.ehirrt
, of hotel or any poiltlon reqalrlnc ra
pontlblMty 8nd buslnesi experpnee. Beewf
r Terences. Mr. John Plnkerton, reconUr
from Ocata, Florida. Addres Brooke, Or
MPLOYMKNT WANTKD-by joun?niM.
rlcd man or good bablti, llai bad debt
year experience In g-neral aerchand.M
Btoro. Willing to work. lAree wacei nutei-
P'oted.. Aadreai D. C-Ji., Jouiuai. office.
One of our agenUna earned over IWfl
in Ave ycnr. H. O.Ho1371 New York; ll-!Wtt
WANTED situation by miadleaged Oer.
mitaiadyto do general housework. It
willing' and a-ile to carry on the largest hoaw
Hold. No. l,3Hmtotreot, 11-77-lwd
AOENTB make JA.03 a day. Qratt kltebea
utensil ever Invented. Retails ttcti. a to
fold in every bouse hample postare paid,
fl ve cent, t oushek A McKaih , Clnolnnatl.0.
31HIB PAPER is kept on flient B.O. Dakrt
. Advertising Agency, 61 and 65 Merchant!
xohange. Ban Francis' o, California, vhtn
contrao4i for advertising can be made for It.
CHRISTIAN ClENOE-Lltertur of in
kinds on sale at 828 Liberty street. 1&-IJ
MONDAY. DECEMBER 4tb.
THE POPULAR AND CHARMING
With a snperb Comedy Company will cpptr
In her latest success
"LOVE FINDS A'tAY!"
Producing a carnival of lun and laurbtr.
Mirth and muslo combined with pMooi
and tears. Ksule will render new
Bongs, Dane and tipeolaltloa.
SEATS ON . SALE AT
HOUSE Painting, Decorating,
n Hard Wood Finishing, fc
Can give good references. Estimates IfornMj'
ed. Address, G.eo. luchstrutb. falem. K'
dence on Palem Motor Railway, North Baiem.
Leave order at Steiner A Blossem. l'
Rates, $2.50 to $5.00 per DJ
The beat hotel between Portland M8?
Francisco. Flrst-claaa m all IU appointment
It table are served "With the
Orown In the; Willamette VaUr
A. I. WAGNER. Prop.
Manuiactnre Btandard Pressed Brick,
Molded Brick In all Patterns for KmBW
and supply tbe brick lor the New Balem gJJ
Hall and nearly all the fine buildings erecw"
In tbe Cuplal City. ,
Yards near Penitentiary, Salem, Or. "
- Special dubbing rato with Week'
Unions, pU. V.
- "teood - totc"h
Coma nd ft one.
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