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JXI This is the question
Do you want a regular
$1 6ors6t Tor 68c?
Today; Tomorrow and Next Day,
For THREE DAYS we will give you
A GOLF CORSET (bought purposely
for our Special Sale) your choice of
colors Pink, Blue, Drab or Cream,
Lace trimmed, regular value $1, for only
GOLF CAPES Sale still on, will close out entire line
oc. . rC at 1-4 off regular Cash Prices. Secure
25 per cent OIL your cape now at Sale Prices--4 to 16
QOl COMMKKOIAL ST,
Uavo you looked through the linen
closet and found (lint a now cloth
or a few now napkins would not
coma amiss. Then why not take ad
vantage of tho -low prices wo nro
making on nil lined. Now Flour do
lis patterns, snow drop, and fruit
patterns in finest quallty'Odrman
nnd Irish linens. Scpnrato cloths
with napkins to match; vory select
patterns. Our hlcauhed linens nt
me, 70c, f 1.00, f 1.25, ana f 1.00 ant
excellent values. Wo show an all
linon napkin, full blenched nt 1 1.25
per dor.pii that can't lo boat any
N, H, Thanksgiving American
Queen now in. Hocuro one.
Good finality, llcceo lined, finished
liken 75c garment.
This department is (rowing in pop.
tilnrlty every day. It's tho tin
equaled values that does it. Our
wool garments nt $1.00, fl.25 and
l,r0 nro hummers Our (Ino French
ribbed worsted nt fii.fiO jwr garment
and Btutlgartor (Sanitary wear nt
f.1,50 each are extra line. We nro
lenders in (Ino goods, having men's
silk wear up to $10.00 per garment.
Also cotton ones from !IKo up. Vlcit
Pooplo In the City From Othor
Towns on Business and Vis
I. J. DALRYMPLE i. COMPANY
1h tho principle thing when you want to
buy something or repairing douu. Sat
isfaction Is my principle motto. 1 do
only ftret'clnsH work, and every part
warranted if it is only a 10 rent job. I
uce only first class material una with
skillful workmanship applied my work
tho .m;iI nnd my prices tho cheapest in
UUU COMMKHOIA.L. ST.
Winter Soon Here.
And the weather will lo cool and oc
casionally we, nnd you will need gool
warm clothing nnd waterproof gar-
moms, ii uuwjii una ii mil uuu oi uicsc.
Including beaver overcont, waterproof
wool coats, wool Unci and warm, Indies'
muu's and chlldi en's wool umlorwnro all
1 have a lino of hidics and minxes'
shoes offered nt u bargain to uloso out
Everything else that you need In dry
1 buy for cash, sell for cash nnd give
my customers bargulns. 1 Men no call In
mill Inspect the stock,
W. II. Houses,
207 Oommorcial street.
Bidnoy I'owor Co.
Every sack guaranteed. X
Made from old wheat. In
quire of your grocer, or tele
phone iNO. 51. H.9IU.1
Eugene Ureymnn has returned from
Miss Minta Gulss has returned to
T. A. King has returned from a visit
to Arlington, Iowa.
Mrs. Os West took tho l:M express
Thursday for Gorviils to visit friends.
Miss M. E. Sperry started for 'Frisco
on the Thursday evening California ex
press. Hon. Jeff Meyers went to Mnrkain,"
Clacknmas county on business tills
Milan West ami famiy linvo moved to
Dayton, Wn., where they will make
their future home.
W. If. If. Darby returned Thursday
from a trip of alxiut three week' dura-
ation to Eastern Oregon.
8. II. Howard, of Portland, and V. T.
Rogers, of Oregon City, both of the State
Ilnrbers Hoard are In tho city coining
down last night. .
Miss Myrtlo Davis, of McCoy, the
well known kindcrgartner, wns in town
today, nnd Is going east to join her bro
ther Lieut. Davis, U. 8. A.
Superintendent Payne, of the iusauu
nsylum, has purchased a block of stock
in the Eugene electric Light Co., nnd
lias been chosen president of the corporation.
Mrs. L. C. Staloy who has been visit
ing nt tho homo of her son Prof. W. I.
Stalcy, the past two months left last
night for her homo at Los Angeles, Cal
ifornia. Mrs. J. it, IN. Hell and son uud daugh
ter, of Uaker City who havo been visit
ing friends in tho Willamette valley
returned home on last nights Oregon
Mrs. J. It. N. Bell, son nnd daughter,
of linker City, who visited Iter daughter,
Mrs. J.N. Richardson, In Independence,
returned Home on the 1:11 express
Mrs. M. II. Gray, of Tho Dalles, who
Hias beou a guest of her sister, Mrs.
John F. Miller, tho past month, went
today to visit her son, Alexander Gray,
Miss Idtlo Stlmson, u Christian Sci
entist, of Portland, is ugliest until Mod
day evening of Mrs. I-ou It. Hatch.
Then she goes to Ashland to extend the
Christian Scioneo work publicly.
The momorlnl exorcises of tho lodge
of Elkflt which will be held Sunday, De
comber 3, promises to bo the most in
teresting ever held in Salem. John M.
Qenrln, of Portland, will make the
principal address. P. . D'Arcy, of tho
local lodgo, will conduct the ritual work
and make n few Introductory remarks.
Tho program alsadncludes musical sole
tionsbylocnl musicians, and the Elks
Gardner & White, the Liberty street
bicyclo firm havo built n f 100 chair tri
cycle for W. G. Stanton of North Salem
thnt is n grtnt Improvement on locomo
tion for crippled people. It weighs lit
tle more than a common rondwheel, hns
n 20 inch wheel in front, nnd 28 inch
wheels behind, fitted with pneumatic
tires. Tho power is npplied by a crank
turned by hand nnd Mr. Stanton enjoys
his increased liberty very much.
MARION COUNTY MATTERS
at the Court
BATTLE OF BELMONT.
Concluded from t'lnt l'cf.
Ico Not Qiven Away,
I cnnnotjnfford to glvo Ice away, but
nm selling a pure article nt a price that
Is within tho reach of all.
Cjivhtai. feu Won KM.
J. Mngulro, Prop. . (I 15 tf
eye ou thot-o
11 Kl 2t
Forecast for Friday
day prolvubly fair.
night uud Satur-
Klliurerft Ueck,Successors to UouthSalem
All orders for bottled beer will be lilted
At tho browery, Kent on cold storage.
Free city delivery. Telephone 21111.
Tho members of the Y. P. 8. 0. K. of
tho lluntUt church, nro at tho present
time engaged in u friendly content In tho
matter of raisin funds with which to
HiiIhIi the payment of their pledge to the
building fund of their church, they are
divided In two sides, tho "white nnd the
yellow." On Saturday evening they will
all meet witli their friends to enjoy a
social time at the residence of Mr. II. T.
Hrueo in North Salem. When the con
test closes It Is fully exacted they will
have raised the small balance Decennary
to complete the payment of their iiledi?c
DUILDINC1 AND LOAN ASS'N.
Will Sell All Iti Real Estate Satur
day Dec, g.
Tho best opxrtunlty ever offered for
the purchase of homes in Salem will be
tho public sale of all tho real estate of
tho Salem llulldlng ft 1-oan Association
which will lo held on Sat Dec. I). The
association bus, during the hard times,
acquired some dozen or more good
homos of medium sire and nil of tlieiu
nru to bo sold to tho highest bidder,
with terms of one-fourth down, bal
ance at I) percent Int. In tho list are
houses uud lots In choice locations in
Salem ami In the several suburbs of tho
city and without doubt any piece bought
ui tn o sale will uoiidiu in
value in n
It 21 d.tw
The Hop Problem.
Tho hoard of directors of tho Oregon
llnpgrowers' Association concluded
their suelal meeting nt the Willamette
hotel Thursday afternoon. It Is under
stood that us a result of the meeting,
which was now ihmiiiui closed doors, ne
gotiations have Ir-cii ooucd bv which
the association can i1Is)oho of 20,000
bales. The linn with which negotia
tions nro in progress, it is reported, sujs
by the deal it can stimulate the market
price of hops at least 2 cents. The asso
ciation roullno Jthut they have to cope
with a powerful syndicate of brewers
charge, nfter its defenders had been
shaken with shrapnel.
Nothing is said ns to whether the po
sitions so gained were held, nnd the de
struction of ammunition seems to Indi
cate that tho contrary was tho case.
While General Methuen can Ikj congrat
ulated iijoii his brilliant victory it is
again at tho cost of n heavy loss of oil)-
cers and men.
The situation In Natal remains ob
scure. Fightng is reported nt ltotli Est
court and Ladysmith. What is quite
certain is that Ladysmith, Estcourtnnd
tho .Moot River station are all isolated,
nnd tho lloers seem able, lifter detach
ing enough troops to hold tho Ilrltish
forces, aggregating 17,000, to push on to
ward Piotermnrltxhurg villi somo 7,000
Tho disquieting feature of the whole
campalgh is tho fact that all the advanc
ing generals roport meeting Roers in
force. General Gutaero's report, that
the Dutch aro rising, Increases the pub
1mo lied evening it was imported at
Aldershott, that the sixth division, now
in tho process of mobilization, will ac
tually Iw required for active services.
Something to Be VChankful
As you preiwro to entertain
rleuds on 1 hunksitiviliu d.i
tire will 1-3 greatly enhance1
friends on Jliunksgiving day your pleas
ure will bo creatlv enhanced if vott k
thut you nro to havo your table decor-
uled with one of the beautiful dliinei
Bets that can Ihi purchased ut Sonne
maiins. With such china filled with
fat roatt turkey ; crisp celery uud fresh
VegeUhlei in the front mid Hipportodhv
plum ivuddlug ttnd doliihus fruits ou nil
kidp-a lielng tlie product of our fertile
vnljuy tu supplied by Sonuemuti the
urocer, your heart will bo tilled villi
134 Bute M Tlepbon 3
Gi-orge Uovenden. Hublmnl; Fiank
Miimji, lien Sinllh, CliainiMH'Ui Francis
Feller, llitttevlllei Clins W. Palm, Los
II, It. Wnrron, Chus. J. SoIiiiiiIkiI, O.
W. Outlier, P. It. Swwiill, Run Gold
smith, II. N Pritchiml, Portland; A.
Werthelm, C. V. Hrlggs, Jean A. lien,
sou, San rniiolseos A. J. Way, J. W.
Hill Portland j Francis Foliar, W. K.
Her, Henry l lUmls, lluttevillo; John
Shqier. Sacramento, Cal. ; M, L. Jones
llnmks, Or., II, W. Iloberlson, Itochus
tiT New Yerk: .1. ('. Punch, St. Louis,
Mo. , W. A. Walker, Philadelphia, Pa
When the Knglisli uttuck the Horn,
there will lo more than smoke. Tho'
of our readers who lite to smoke n good
cigar w II buy m Coronas.
"Urown's In Town."
The llrst iHirforniance in this city of
the latest furce, "lmnvin In Town"
will occur nt the opern house tomorrow
uluht "HrotMi's in Town" is said to he
one of the cleanest farces on the boards.
It Involves no alindy characters uud Its
Ptfrsomio includes no invasions Into
questionable Hats or off-colored hotels
uhlchof Intejears lime fiirnlslied the
reason for being in most (.trees.
Much Interest Is nnvi Indug taken hi
the mask kill at the ltecd, Thursday
evening, which Is kIvcii under tho man
auement of the Modern Volinon of
America. hectutors will scramble for
seats, but theie will U plenty of room
Tmk S.vowkv Noiitii
To The Fair Store. ,
Srtleni Oregon, ''
Got vour fiolldav irtxxls in. e lit I
know lliev must bo ery nice, and cheap
too, loryou imy in men large quantities
(or cash that you can Mill them very
low . You nro doing the right thing nil
Hug off your other goods ut big rvd no
tion to get room for Christmas toys and
everything. Saxts Ciausu.
Hal just receUed n complete line of outing tlunuelt, prints, shaker (lannels
M.Hektt, Rinsliii, shooting cambrlu muslin lining cambric, bolimu, linen fae
Jttjs,' ,coflipleiollnoof bindings, cboesecloth in all shades, canton iluiuiela, fancy
dwm prints, ull wool plulddren goilii, iuKrlel ladhvi' casiimerehose, a com
)Wt l!w otladloV and luUees uniot suits, la lies' line ribbid wool vests, and
fciwy tW oil cloth,
Our ooinpMu lino of fancy crockery fr holiday trade U now on exhibition,
MRb. m. B. PRASBR
265-271 Commercial St
Preliminary arrangements for font
Ingiiottbinof tho Native Daughters of
Oregon in Salem were taken hut night
at the eltv ricordor's olllce, where a
meeting of thoe Interests! was held.
The cabin, It wus agreed, would lie fully
Horses Essential to Victory,
Tho English Commander in South Af
rica is waiting for cnvulry Hut the
business man nt Salem who has to go
out of town ou business If ho wants to
make connections hires his team from
Gilliam v: llrowu ut the old P.O. Stables.
11 20 eod
The Ben Bon
Has u new proprietress who will contin
ue to servo all atrons with tho freshest
stock of best confectionery nnd fruits.
A refreshing drink of soda or elder und
tho best of cigars ut 1.18 State Street.
U II lm Mus. A. Cuhtis.
Report of Losiea.
Loxoon, Nov. 21. Tho secretary of
state for war has received, tho following
dispatch, through (ienuriil Forester
Walker, from General .Methuen, dated
llelmoiit, November 2:1:
"Woattncked tho enemy tit daybreak
this morning. He wus in it strong po
sition. Three ridges were carried in
succession, the last attack Mug pre
ceded by shrapnel. The infantry lie
hnved splendidly nnd received support
from the naval brigade iiiul artillery
Tho enemy fought with courage and
skill, lhul I nttneked later I should
have sustained n heavy loss.
"Our victory wus complete Have
taken foi ty prisoners. Ambulances nro
burying a gosl number of Hoors, but the
greater part of tho enemy's killed and
wounded wero removed by their com
miles. I havo captured a largo iiuhiIkt
of horses and cnttle, and destroyed n
large quantity of ammunition.
"Hrlgndler General Fetherstono Hull
ght was severely wounded in tho shoul
der, nnd Lieutenant Colonel Crobbc, of
tho grenadiers guards is reorted wound
til. Our other casualties urons follews:
"Grenndler guards, Third battalion,
killed Lieutenant Fryer. Wounded,
Lieutenant Illumlell, dangerously.
"Grenadier guards, Second battalion,
wounded Lieutenant Lestie, Lleutep
mil vaiigmiu, i.ieiiienant uurdoti-ifc-
bow and Lieutenant Itussell.
Reported wounded Lieutenants Lyon
Grenadier guards, Rank nnd llle,
killed, 2)1; wounded, Hit; missing 111.
"Coldstream guards, First Utttallon,
wounded Lieutenant Grant.
"Coldstream guards, Second battnlton
wounded Lieutenant The Hon 0. W.
Wlloughby nnd Lieutenant llurtnn, the
"CnldHtrcuui guards, rank nnd llle,
killed, 8; won oiled, 2il; missing, 5. '
"Swts guanls, llrst kittulllon, !
wounded -.Major Hon. North Dalrymple- j
Hamilton, severely, Lieutenants, Hulk-1
cloy uud Alexander.
"Scots guards, rank and llle,
l; wounded, .11, i
"North I'inberlaiid fnsllers, First hat-!
tullloii, kllleil Captain Eager and Lieu
tenant Urine; wounded Major Dat.li
wood and Lieutenant Fesllug, danger
ously; Captain Suple and Lieutenant
'North Uinberland fusllers rank nnd ,
file, killed, 12; wounded, Si.
"Norlhamptoushiro regiment, t-ccoud
iMttllllou, wounded Captain Freeland
nnd Lieutenant ltarton, teverely. '
'South Yorkshire regiment, Secnud
buttulllon, rank and tile, wounded,, 1,"
business Being Transacted
An application has been made by
Mnry Nancy Helmrt, df Chicago, nnd
Noma Hcbartt of New Orleans, asking
to bo decreed heirs to tho estate of Mnry
Jano Avert, whoso died in Marion
county on January II, 1893, leaving no
children. Her heirs-aUaw were de
clared so bo three nieces, one of whom
established her claim nnd secured her
portion of tho estate some timo ngo.
Judge Terrell ordered that dispositions
bo taken before tho commissioner of
deeds for Oregon, residing in Chicago,
to prove the Identity of tho claimants.
James Farley, administrator of tho
estate of Richard McNlchols, deceased,
hns filed his report showing tho sale of n
iunntlty of personal property, and tho
rame was approved.
Tho sale of a quantity of personal
property bj "Edward Gooley, adminis
trator of tho estate of Alois Schmoid,
was nlso npproved by tho court.
II. F. Wallace, executor of tho will of
Eliza J). Wnllnce, deceased, has been or
dered to rav certain legacies under tho
J. II. Hoss "has been uppointed ad
ministrator of the estate of Mrs. Nancy
11. Pratt, who died March 10, 181!!, leav
ing an estate consisting of two lots at
tho corner of Union nnd Liberty streets,
Salem, valued at 2000.
On petition of Mrs. Margaret Reek,
widow of S. Heck, E. Schott, adminis
trator of the estate of S. Reck, has been
cited to appear and show cause why lie
should not (lie u scmbiimiual account,
also why ho should not bo superseded by
Mrs. Heck as administrator.
J, W. Scriber and wife to J. D. ik-n-
nell, -12 111 nercs In t 7 e, r 2 w., $::000.
J. F. Neuland wife to E. L. Martin,
lot No. l.'l, block No. 1 1, In Turner's ad
dition to Turner, f 000.
Jennie Ferguson and wife to Chns.
Arnold, lot No. 2. In block No. Ill, North
George W. Davis to J. A. Hunt, lot .1,
block -I, University addition to Salem,
bond for deed, $800.
J P. Hummer und wife to W T. Rry
nn, lot No. 25, In tho A. F. VVnlkcr ad
dition to Salem,. $7o0.
J. N. Ferguson ami wife to Clias. Ar
nold, lot No. 1, In block No. HI, North
II. A. Thomas and wife to G. It. Ra
ker, small tract of Inml hit 7s, rll w.,
E. F. I'nrkliurnt und wife to A. A.
Sperry part of lot No. II, In block No. 1
GO, Salem, ulso tin undivided half inter-1
est in land in lot No. II, block Nn. GO,
J. A. Rotuu and wife to W. J. frwlu
lot No. 7, lu block No. H7. Salem, $2020. 1
Elizabeth Now by to J. F. Mnrkloy, 2
acres on t -I s, r 2 w, q c d, jl.IT.
Geo. W. Hollister uud wife to W. Y. '
Richardson, port of lots .1 and -I, In
block I) in Holllster'fl addition to Stay
ton, $20. i
Ill circuit court action has been com
mended in the following cases. i
G. A. Cone Jr., and John Murray, ex-'
editors of the last willof G. A. Cone, de
ceased, vs. Robert Whitney. Judgment
is asked for $111-1.13 and interest on n
note given tho estnto by plaintiff, and it
writ of attachment lias been Issued, and
n quantity of hops, near Huttovllle. havo
been attached by the sheriff. II. J
Rigger is attorney for the plaintiff.
Gets tired of the home-cooked
dinners sometimes, doesn't shef
Ilring hero for dinner next Sunday,
or any day, nnd sco how alio enjoys
While House Italaiirani,
I OG 'State at, Bnlom, and
SI. Elmo Restaurant,
244 Commorolal st, Salem
GEORGE RROS., Proprietors.
Salem will hnve n ball and football
nn Thursday Nov. 30. Tho Willamette's
play with Chemnwa at thoFnlr Grounds
on Thanksgiving day. Tho reputation
of both teams ensures a good game.
.Murray nnd Mack have becomo sort of
a staple nrtlclo in tho theatrical world.
Yenr after year they present their roar
ing farces nnd tho public never seem
to tire of their Irish wltlolsms. Tills
season they play ut tho opern house
ni.vt Mninliw nvenlnc when they will
ngain present their successful comedy
"Finnignn's Rail." , ,
Murray nnd Mack hnvo surrounded
themselves with one of the best farce
comedy organizations on tho road.
Keep vour eye on those bargains at
The Fair. 1 123 21
nnntitr nnrrnii nrw'trn wir iw il n.itr. yi inrin iin-i-ii in inr nrtnn f .-. r
lug comb for Gc. A good pair of warm mittens for 16c a pair. Pencil ubl I
1 cent. A box of paper and envelopes for Gc. Memorandum Imnto . - M
- - ..-. .. wii ur 7a .. i
Indellblo ponclls for Gc each. Day books, largo size, for Gc. Ribbon retm
Cinltnn lmititiff. n tvnofi t-rniln inr 10. .. 11. i,. ttui. 1 1
"""" " " " " " "" " i-imcru-o.. . 'I
Ijirdln bulk nt Eppley's. 11 18 tf
They Are Here
mid nil the ontcrnrlsluu dealers have
them. They aro tho best nickel cigar of
of the year. "Our Champion." Try
them and you will like 'em. Guaranteed
Cuban baud mado long Havana tiller.
A co. Huckknhtink, Prop.
Some of the bargains at
Friedman's New Racket
Jowcl twmpadour combs IGc. Host quality children's rublioi-. or
Largo assortment of outing flannels nt 6c h ynrd. A good cloth bni.i, . Hi
good shoo brush for 10c. A box of nice perfumed tollot soan fnr in. l
..- .... .. , -" iw:. v--.
A ' . '.""I
largo plcco for 10c
heavy, only 25 a garment
BLANKETSlmmense quantities of all wool from $2 to
pair up. We guarantee to save you at least one-third n
purcnasing inese gooas 01 us.
SlLKS--25c a yard. Large assortment of colors
OvERCOATS--jf$5. Good warm material.
Capes and Jackets At 60c on the dollar,
Clothing For boys and men. Prices lower than 2
other house in Salem. We carry all grades of clothing f2
the cheapest to the best. S ,nB
HATSNew shipment just in. We are sure to please
AMCKINTOSHES--10 nt everyone.
Dress Goods Linings andTrimmings in great varietyji
FRIEDMAN'S NEW RACKET,
Corner Commercial and State Sts.
NEW STOVES FOR
All kinds of silk embroidery, hand
kerchiefs, ornumontB, silk screens,
China ware. Japanese fancy goods, etc.
Opera house block 112 Court St. lluie
Wing Hang Co. 11--N 1 mow.
Holiday Books, Toilet Cases.
Christmas Novelties. X A.
Call early and
1K)k over our Stock.
FRANK S, DEABORN'S
Auction sale of
a If irru ittntJ .. .
-- jrvu wain a nice, ny
steel range or a better stove
than you have, we will mih
liberal allowance for your old
one m exenange.
SCDuy the "Home" Air Tight
Stove, and the "Home" Stl
Range made at Salem -tin
best Heating and Cooking
stoves on the market.
STEINER & BERGER, 130 State Street
Lfl N TERN
We are selling a good side lift Lantern, made
of IX tin, for 50c.
This is a good lantern made of extra heavy tin
and first-class in every respect,
Other lanterns at a proportionale price.
Cor. State and Liberty Sts. Salem, Ore.
Sl'CCKSSOIt TO XKCKKIIMAN , IIOOKIIB.
All property now owned by the Salem Building and Loan
Association, and comprising first-class homes in every part of
the city and its subuibs, will be sold at A. A
Fine Wines, LiQooRb, QgarsI
218 COAU1ERCIAL STREET,
160 STATE STREET,
iCourtooiiB troatmont at mi timn.. 102 COUNT STREET.
9 f f J
Beginning on Twelfth Street, near Leslie, in Yew Park, at
10 a. m. For particulars of sale, terms, etc.. call at the otlice
un.-'of the SALEAt BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION, 256
SALEM WOOD YARD
Largo and small llr.
l-urge and small oalc.
I-areound small ash.
0001) AND DUY
S'wl in any luuKtli and in four
"Ml, Trices retisonalile.
I). S. HKNTLKY .t CO
IM.lm ail) Front, cor Cliemeketa
Mrs. WipKhiH 1'us ro-oHiul lier
Art Studio, hi tlie lloluiuu Iioum
corner Court nnd CoUuko streets
.Studio liours Monday and Wediuw
duy 'Jiltd uml5:S0t. in., and Sat
urday I) n. in. to I p. in. Tor terms
und information mil ut studio. Vis
itors nlwuys welcome.
Yew Park Grocery.
(4 Fresh Oro.on Buck M
, wheat tlour.ilO lh sucks. .
(4 Cninberries. fl
A Maple syrun iu bulk.
y 'I'aylor's i-olohruted V
(4 butter always on hand. M
That window full of Hoimx em
broidered Fcurfs, shuw's, doilies
etc, is nttrncttui; lota of attention
among the ladies. Wo ure foiling
u good many every day to thoc
who ImIIovo in buying uirly.
'riic goods will remulu in tlm
window till Monday. I'uiue down
uud see them.
Heady fur the footing, luco aiul
iuertlng, Tlmy nro IHIIM linen
ulculy liemsUtuhed. HIr Hiio f
ftMitlugs, lanes etc, to usu U
Our Cork Soled
FOR MEN, WOMEN
They're the lliimiltoii-Hrown in
visible eork sole, welts mid the
cork is not a sheet laid In, but is
the ground corck mixed with
lubber cement laid in between
the outer nnd inner soles. Keep
the feet dry nnd wurm.
Ladies. $2,60, S2.95
Men's. $2,65. S2.95, $3.25
ASK FOR THEM
HIaiikeU nud comforts iiroviue
ftil tluwo days nt our reduce. I
'Allon & Bowersox i
WIGGINS' BAZAAR, 307 Com.
iIMi.li.DS OlJ3HA IIOUSU
I I'ATUIN II110.S., Ue u, Jluoaiter..
A TORNADO OF MERRIMENT
THE AWFULLY FUNNY FARCE
With a gabcy oflfuu makers
and an uxtnigrdlnary cnit:
.MA UIMt K.SOWLTON.
ILCCIL Mil. II . . i
RBJ5DS OPE11A HOUSK
I'ATTUN JlltOS., Ia-..h uml MKrj.
ne nt cci nv
HAM. W. (JULLISON.
And others of note.
Don't fail to see Brown
SJhvIo of prices:
Kiitire Lower Hoor, 7&J.
First llali-ony, 7C,
Second Italcouy. ft(V
0T" SoaU now selllug.
THE MERRY MONARCHS
Mtirray & Mack,
IWntiiiR the most successful
und funniett Fnne Comedy in
The Palace Market
Will fill your order for a roat,
broil or fry of beef, mutton,
lork or sniifiaco, Cornell lieef.
nicely cooked, boned uud pressed
ready to slico for your hiucli.
Wo havo our own delivery man.
Your patronaco solitlted.
M0YER & EDWARDS,
DEED'S OPERA HOUSE
I'ATTON BKO. Musen.
Thanksgivine Evening '-IQ
X 2u X November
ft lusrixGuisHKn auti&ts 9
Tho pocket wlltion
Hie famous operatic sineer
The Unique oomedtan
THg PRIMROSI! QUI.NTETTl
-. 50 und 7fi.
i?ats now kei)iuj
Under tho auspices of tho
Modern Woodmen of italic..
C, W. Taylor.
, IIKtlEHTION' COMMITTEIf-
F, A. Turner,
John M. Chase.
Q. D. Gabrielsou
FLOOK COM VI ITT W.
" F, S. Dearborn,
II. W. Meyers,
Gentlemen Maskers, 5V
Ijidy maskers, 25c,
Gentleman spectators, '
Ijuly cpectntora, 25c.