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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL,
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
REST PAPER IX SALEM. '
8-You will be well pleated with It.-W
ir WIM. 11 K
A GOOD INVESTMENT.
(aa-Tho Terms nro Most HeBOonnblerSa1
M National Bank
WM. N. LADUE,
DR. J. REYNOLDS),
JOHN MOIK, -
Kxcimnceon Portland, Sun Francisco,
kw Vflr f.nnrlnn ntirl irnntr I-Tninr
bought nnd sold. State, County and City'
WamilllH Uiiuiii luinivia hiu -wi V4HIIIJ'
Invited to deposit nnd tnmsacl business
with us. Liberal advances made on
wheat, wool, hops and other property at
rcasonabio rates. Insurahce on such se
curity can bo obtained at the bank In
most reliable companies.
Capital Paid up,
- - - 10,000
It. 8. WALLACE, Pi evident.
V. "A'.-JIABTIN, - Vice-President,
J. It. ALBERT, .... Cashier.
V. T. Gray, TV. W. Martin,
J. SI. Martin, II. S. Wallace.
Dr. V. A.Cuslek, J. II. Albert,
T. ilcK. Patton.
To farmers on wheat and other market-
able produce, consigned or in store,
either in private gra tunes or
i Slate and County Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted at reasonable lates. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, Ban
5 Francisco, Portland, London, Paris. Berlin,
Hong Kong and Calcutta.
New Store, New Goods.
M. T. RINEMAN
I Has opened up n fresh and clean stock of
GLASS and QUEENSWARE,
WOODEN and WILLOW-WARE,
GREEN and DRIED FRUITS
and in fact everthing kept in a first
class Grocery store. Ca9h paid
I Butter and Eggs.
The public In general Invited to call nnd
t see us. Atl goods delivered free.
State Street, room rormerly occupiea Dy
Fresh bread always on hand. Feed of all
f kinds kept constantly In our store.
DR. J. C. GILBERT,
In the Bank Block, treats all Chronic
diseases of ,-
MEN AND WOMEN
On strictly scientific principles. Ills new
I Medicated Vapor Baths, Electricity and
Electro-Magnetism, i'ure anu uompounu
i Oxygen are not to be had at any ot her lnstl-
tution on me
NATURE'S OWN REMEDIES.
Offices nnd rooms osDtcIally fitted for the
accommodation and treatment of ladies
with ladles bath In caie of Mrs. Gilbert. Dr.
Gilbert conn les himself to otMce practice
rand Is, therefore, always on hand to
wait upon his pattenU. Special atten
tion g!en to diseases of women and child
ren. Torms strictly moderate.
:- BEST IN THE MARKET -::-
For salo cheap for cash or upon
the installment plan. For particu
lars call upon
No. 3G7 Winter Street, Salem, Orcgou.
rplIE BOARD OF TRUSrEBS OF TUB
1 Oregon State Insane Asylum invltOH
sealed proposal for heating the state in
sane asylum with hot -water. Plans and
specifications must be furnished by the
bidders. Plansof the building wfll be fur
nished upon application to Dr. Harry Lane
medical superintendent, Salem, Oregon.
Proposals are alto Invited for an electric
light plant for the asylum of 500 lights of
18 candle power each, incandescent system
to be wired oorapleteapd ready tor service
and subject to rigid test. The right .to re
ject Any and all bids reserved.
Bids will be opened at 2 p'eloek p. m. on
Tuesday, May 7, 188ft.
OHO. W, MaBMDH,
G. V. WEBB,
Board of Trustees
W'X. A MUKVT, Qwlc Of Board.
ESTABLISHED 11Y NATIONAL AUTHOniTV
TlicCapital National Bank
mmigrants are Arriving and
- NOW IS THE TIME TO INVEST!
$900. 2 sightly lots on proposed street railway line in North Salem.
Very cheap and choice.
, $600. 73 feet front on Front street running through 240 feet deep to
the river bank. For a week onlv.
$2600. Elegant hard finished
High street. Very sightly place,
Twenty-eight acres very choice property, adjoining town. Running
spring. Elegant meadow on part of tivict. 200 per acre. For a shot t
Lots in Capital Park addition, one block from State street, fGOO for
quarter blocks. 300 and 400 for single large lots.
Lots in Yew Park, Queen Anne, Mill addition and University addi
tions. 75x130 near Asylum avenue; ?300.
ISAAC A. MANNING,
Real Estate Broker, Bank Block.
Up-Stairs, Salem. Oregon.
THE RELIABLE GROCERS.
Corner State and Liberty Streets, Salem.
Specialties in Table Luxuries,
Fine Tea, and. Coffee, Creamery
Butter, Cream Cheese, etc.
WE LEAD W CANNED GOODS. '
Remember trie Place and Call.
A Bargain For Somebody ! ! !
To Exchange for-
A GOOD CHANCI
43-PorpartlftilHrMHU at thta offlee.
It Is generally conceded by plpslclans
that about one-half of I jfJldlo
the United Stnts reutrrlnf from In
digestion and Dyspyi-ta. I"uf2'lV
andlmproiwr maatfcatlon slid insaltva
ttonoffoodare the principal " '
Henley's Dandelion Tonic strengthens and
Invigorates the digestive organs and en
ablelonetoenjoya hearty meal without
any unpleasant anar elfeoia.
gold Uy D. W. Malhaw 4 Va.
WrlEbt Hop CrtaO' .Cuamolle bit
ters, reeomiAenaea u " ,uuVi ""
eminent physicians. Invigorating
Itlniutatlng aud not Intoxicating. Sold 6y
SALEM, OREGON, TUUHSDAY, APBIL
house, with 2 lots and n good barn on
and in good neighborhood. Worth
"It seem1? to rue," remarked one of
our citizens tho otlior da', "Hint
plij'cicians nro allowed extraordinary
license, in tho maimer in which tuoy
juggle witii the welfaioof their pa
tients." "Sow herd is Dr. who was at
tending ilr. up to tho timo of his
death, and if ho treated him for one
thing he troated him for a dozen dif
ferent dlsoidois. First tho doctor
said pneumonia wag tho trouble ; tlion
it was consuinp'ioti. Then the pa
ticnt wia dosed for liearttroublo, and
bo on until just b-foro ho died it was
aecui tuiiu-.i that disaaso of tho kid
ney w.ib Urn ri-.tl trouble mid that
wliioli had been at first treated as
pneumonia, uonstimption, heart dis
ease, etc., were but the symptoms of
"llut thon it was too late.
"This is only one caso in ahundred,
and I am beginning to lose faith in
tho doctors altogether. In fact I
haven't had any need for thoir ser
vices since I began to keep Warner's
Safe Cure in my houso, a little over
threo years ago. Whenever I feel a
littlo out of sorts I take a few doses of
it, confident that tho sourco of all dis
easo is in the kidneys, which I know
Warner's Safe Cure will keep in good
order, and will eradicate any disease
that may bo lurking tliero. Had
Mr. followed a similar coursOj I
have no doubt that ho would bo alive
to-day; but of courso all peoplo don't
"Ono thing is certain, however,
and that is tho doctors are allowed a
little too much froedom in tho way
tlioy have of pretending to know
that which thoy really know nothing
ahout. If thoy don't know what is
the real trouble with tho patient,
thoy should admit it and not go on
and experiment at tho cost of the pa
BRIGHTEN YOUR HOMES
Uy repapertn nnd rtcn-tin your rapl
rtnoe. For i-natrlal go U ternaciin'if Vn-
a-ism4v Uat ultn mrfUkl thai latsfiat Btvteii
aud patterns in wan i-sper. Jtorueni anu
a mm m w " - ---- - -t- - - . - w - - - ,
Deeorauona. ivper iniomyii ir m usf.
A fine line of
always on hand, besides a law assort meut
of new goods too numerous to mention
Variety 8 ore. Commercial St., Salem.
ir mMrawwfl jwiiihibuuhim.wjmwwii,j
This powder nover varies A innncl of
liurltv. stienctli and wholeso.iipiipt.s- Mm
economical t linn the oitllnm binds, nnd
cannot bo sold In competition with the
multitude of low test, short weight alum or
phosphate poudcis. Sold onlv In cans.
Koyai. Hakin'o 1'owit:hCo..HX Wall.N.Y
LHJR ItKXlV-III a fluo locality, sevoial
4 nicely furnished rooms, either villi or
without board. Kor p'lrtlculius call upon
Win. S. Arnold, IWTWlntei Mrett.
nOll Is A Lit A FARM OP K0 ACRES
L' all under fence nnd cultlwttlim, in the
best range country if liiNtcin Oiegon
Tho best chance oei oll'ured for a inun to
engugo In stock lalslng. 1 or paithulars
call on or nililioht
w .11. 1IYAIIS, Salem, Oict'on.
WANTED. A Partner: An cneigotlo
" young man to taken half Inteiest In a
Hell-established and irood-u ivlntr business.
fJOO is requlied. Man must bo a good
wnlttni. Pull nr nililrMA (W At " iitit.r
1 HAVE Biinio very good hPcond-lmnd
Ibugglcsaud hurnobstlmt 1 MlllsHl henp.
Come and scotlieiu.
T J. JENNINGS D.
D. . DENTIhT
Bank Block. (Mm
d Oflleo in the .'ew
Stilem. Sign of the big
-MIIH.DK. M. K. MCCOY
and Diuiceou. has located
and taken rooms oor .qulie rainn'h
Brocory store. Chioulc discuses n spec
Inlly, Consultation tiee. lMldw
rT 1. WILLIAMS, STKN'rfhllArilER
. nnd Tynowrlter Cojiyixt. Will make
tcports of trial", otc; copying on tne
wrltoraccurati'Iy nnd neatly done. Olllco
UlhI A Mannlii)r, ('oi)imciclal St., Uil
stalls, New Bank Block,
l'crvons wishing to lmpiovo their mem
ories or strengthen their power of at tent Ion
should send lo l'iof l,ortlsetto, 2H7 Filth
Ave, N. Y. for his prospectus post fioo, as
udcitlsed In another column. NoH, 8tdw
OLIVE LODGE No. 18, I. O. O. F., meets
In Odd Fellows' Hall upstairs. Comet
Commercial and Ferry stieets, oveiy bat
J. T. GIIECIG. J AS. WALTON,
SecreUiry. N. G
A lluoil Cup of Co Hoc
Is a great ntlraetion for a restaurant.
Tho coffcodinwn fiom Ilellcnhniud'H I'at
cut Colleo rcceptade Is one of the miuiy
Gieat AttiactfoiiH or ills eating parlois.
Thousands of cups of his excellent cnfTiu
in c sold every week. And ns for oysters
mid meals he cannot bo equaled In tho
(t7K lr ttOKH V MONTH enn bo mado
30 10 CDZUU Morklnifforus. At'enis
preferred ilio can furnish . hoi so and
give thnlrwholetlmo to the business. Rparo
moments may be prolltably om ployed u1m,
A few vacancies In tow us and cities. II, F.
Johnson &Co,, 100!) Main vt., UlcliuionU,
N. II. I-ndlefc employed also. Nover
mind about tendlwi slump for reply. Uomo
ciulck. Youisfor Me, 11. F. J. &. Co.
rmrwmeemuaaKa imlnlii lIBiowl
NEW LlYBItY STAULK.
Gaines Fisher, Proprietor,
Qui ner Ferry ami Liberty streets, N. E. cor
from Chemekete hotel, Balem, Or.
Good accommodation for commoreliil
travelers. Flrst-clnss rigs always nu hand
ChurxeM l wihouahle.
IMMIGRANTS LOOK IIKliB!
Having farmed In this country for uvfr
half a century, which lc iw n tliiiroush
kuowledgeof die country, we now otter ur
servloes to ou in
and take pleiwiuru in iniiioiiin-lng th.,t we
have a very niu llt of property fisjm
whl( h to select, entbniclng some at the
Grain, Stock and Fruit Farms
In Marlon and Llnnuutle,al nrloaatnat
eannot be duplluted In the Willamette
valley. Other valuable property ot vari
ous kinds offered at "U-d root" prlcM.
Coae and See anil Vuu Will fa datioed
isiama. wn iki
tliat we are i(ii i'mk ii ibat wo bare claim
oome by Narrow Omiat. raUwttjr, or to
jy warrow u
and take stag)
lullve orli-a list
Turner and take stage, (lour miles).
Descriptive price list of farms and ntnar
f iroperty aeut uu uppnoiiion. uwating
wo or more uimllle niur i-.mIi olbsta spe
iroperty seut uu applicant
ll. C. A J. J I. PORTAL
Aj!?4kMaWiHrO. , im
Ed. Cook wont to Portland this
AttorneyMellrldo of Albany is
in tli city.
Ulmx. AVatlsof Albany was in
t lie city Unlay.
E. 0. Cross returned from a bus
hier tiip to Portland tills morning.
T. Jt. Patton and wife took thi
morning's train far Poitland.
J. Q. Wilson has returned after
a two weok'shtny in Easteri. Oregon,
Ed. Stttultz returned this morn
ing from a business tiip to Albany
MIer Krnuklo 'Junes of i'ortland
was in the city last evening and re
turned home tills morning.
Mro. IL 15, Ilrophy depaited
this morning for nn extended visit
with relatives and friends at Seattle.
Mrs. Everding of Portland ar
rived in this city last evening and is
the guest of Mis. 10. M. Wnlto for a
Mrs. Newell, who has noon at
tending tho Mission association at
Portland, returned this morning
and reports a llnohieetlug.
Mrs. S. L. H.ut, a daughter of
L. lllrsch who lives at Portland and
who has neon visiting in tho city
tho past two weeks took this mbrii
liUj's train for Eugene, where she
will visit for several days.
Professor Krumbein and (laugh
ter who tiro so well and favorably
known In tlio city, returned to du,j
from San Francisco, wheio the Prot,
has been on a pleasure trip. Ho
will onlv remain In the city a shoit
one-thiul of.lSSI) has
pnhbed, this being the lOSth day.
For your Paints, Oils, etc., go to
Gilbert & Patterson's. d-tf
Painless dental operationsal Dr.
T. C. Smith's, !)2 State Btjvet.
Wright's Bluckbciry Cordial should bo
In eery lainlly lor eliolcia liilatum, sum
mer disease, etc. l'liiisant to lake. Sold
by all druggists.
To-night is the celebrated Uos
tou quintet el jib at the opera house,
Go and enjoy yourselves and aid
tho band boys.
Mrs. M. Q. Lane is no better to
day, and her brother thinks her
death is a matter of but a few days.
Wllgllt's Bed do-, Cough Cute will cmo
that thesomo cough
tiiesomecougn. (Umiaiitccil to gle
bold by alldiugglslN.
Rev. J. AV. Ilanis contlntii's
very weak nnd refusch all nourish
nient. It Is thought his life cannot
bo protracted boyond a few days. '
Those wishing to take a coui'fo
iu tho English branches, book-keeping
and stenography will do well to
atloud tho Salem business college,
Griswolds block. Apply for tonus
Uapt. John Milium Is a brother
of Captain D. W. Mullan bf tho
Nipslc, tho only American vessel
'which escaped destruction at Apia,
Wright's Compound Extinct of Sarsupa
illlais blood-making, blood-clouitKliitf mid
houlth-roNloilu. A itllo tor sciofiiloim
and all eruptive dlteuse. Bold by II. W.
Cox and D.J. Fry.
Tho box sheet for Mlsslllnes,
tho elocutionist, will ho at Patton's
to-morrow morning. Mlwt Illnes
will ho heio on Tuesday evening, at
tho opera house, under tho auspices
of tho Indies of the Congregational
Wright's Hop Celery and Chaiiimomlle
Bitters a reliable toulu, apptlei mid ape
rient. Invigorates the digestive orgais
and prevents dyspejislH. Can be lolled
uiMin. Sold by 11. W, Uix,
Wright's Myri h Tooth iui denltfrlee of
ttioage. Cooflug. flagrant, death totailai.
Hold by all drugglsU.
There mo many peoplo who
come to Oregon, stay u few months
and return to their old home, and
tell all their uelghlmi-s of grand old
Oregon and how cheap Sipiiie Kamir
of Sulem clU tlrst-elass grocurius.
Tlioao poojile know a good country
wheiilhey geo It, auduftura short
time Oregon lu their liouie.
DdhIIi 1' a Miser.
Valle.10, April 17. At tho oor-
oner's inquest to-day nvur tlie body
of William Atkinson, h gall-maker,
who died stidde.ilv of heart dlanaao
at the navy yard Monday, tho mini
of 16181) wag found hewed up In hi
olothua. Over 1000 wg in greuh
Imeltg and the real in gold coin. Ho
iggald to have ht money iu a Imnk
In 18M, and !i)ee then bus trusted
no one hut hinmolf. I1U luimtullate
relatives are nut known.
Tin Wvi, White anil llluc.
White The num. .
. Rm1-TI Wilor .Iw poilitsi the
llu Thp hue of hla fMtthji nwct
LATEST UV TELEGRAPH.
I'Aiue, April 17. The La Pre-se
says that warrants huviboii isyiied
for the arrest of stxty ineiiittrvb of
the lloulanger party.
Tlie Siiriip Market.
London. Apill 17. Sugar opened
(id lower, but soon advanced 2s.
Tho-market is excited. It isrepmt
ed tlmt eonlinenlal buyeis me pur
chasing for American accounts.
Vikn'NA, Apill 17. All explosion
occurred hi the Rothschild's colliery
at Palllan, Austria, to-day. Two
men were killed and -two danger
ously wounded. Six are mUxing.
A Mini Monkey.
Pahis, April 17. The Piineess of
Sagua, noted leader of fashion, was
recently bit (en by a pet monkey,
which has since died of hydrophobia.
She la going under the caro "of
KiiiigratiiiK lo AiiivVira,
LiVBiti'ooL, April 17. A thou
sand emigrants embarked upon
seven steamships here to-ilay. The
majority tiro hound for the United
States. A few ale going to Argen
Ii'iukiii; Alle.' I'iinscs.
AVasiiinoton, April 17. The In
tersttitu committee commission this
afternoon isHiiedim order Instructing
a large number of railroad coinpa
niis, Including many of the most
Important lines in the United Statos,
to unpi-nr before It and make expla
nations In the matter of live passes'
and fieo transportation.
Itoil (Ilimd in Washington.
Wasiiinoion, April 17. Red
Cloud, the big Sioux Indian clilef,
called on the president tills af(er
noon, tu'comiiamicd by Agent .Tor
don, of tho Rosebud agency. Red
Cloud was attired In civlllcd gaib.
It Is his custom to make a pilgrim
age to Washington on tho Incoming
of every new president, and this Is
tho ninth timehe has paid his io
Hpects to the Great Father.
Tho Salmon Catch.
San KhanciijCo, April 1(1. A lo
cal paper says: From present ap
pearances Iheie Is likely to oo a
scarcity of salmon (his season. One
of the piiuclpal reasons given for
the anticipated shortage in the sal
mon catch (his year is tho fact that
hut little rain has fallen In the
Milinon districts, and that the water
Is too clear for Hulling purposes.
About 7(U,()00 cases have already
been sold and are awaiting delivery.
The g'leater poi (Ion of this lot goes
An liiilhtii Killed.
Sacha'ih.nto, April 17. A special
from Colfax says: On her way
homo from work from tho Clipper
Gap box factoiy, a young woman
niiined Miss Ware was met near a
tunnel by a Wawhoo Indian, who
iu an attempt to assault her left her
in a piecarious condition. She gave
the alarm and the Indian was met
at (ho outskirts of tho town by I'
E. Mancul, who-callcd on lilin to
halt. The Indian paid no attention
to the order but picked up a lock
and threw It, giving Manuel a had
wound In tlie head. Manuel then
shot tho Indian dead,
I'oiiitli-Cliiss I'ost musters.
Wahiiinoton, Apill 17. From
Kioto mo 1'ourth-cluts postmasters
aiu being np'Kiiuicd dally. Of these
one third (III vacancies, another
thhd are appointed in tho places of
piistmngters removed for cause, and
tliurther thlid aticcoul pout matters
w ho luwe served four yonrg. While
the foiirth-cluHM postmasters are
ooinmlssloiiod during the pleasure
of the pGHlniaaler-generul, It Is be
lieved by the ioglolll(H) dcpaitmcut
that good aervlco ilmx not domand
the retention of tho postmaster wive
In exceptional mw.-s beyond four
M lis lieiKlith.
CAi.nwni.il, Kan., April 17. Tho
Oklahoma excitement Is at IU
helghth here to-iluy. It Is almost
ImiMMslble to get along the wtreetg,
the crowd Is mo dense. Five hun
dred wu'iona, It whs iMiiiiutted, ar
rived hero (o-iluy, while the reM)r(8
of thoM to oome to-monw will
double the amount.
Cmiialii WtxMiauii, of tho Fifth
cavalry, n&yu he will search every
outllt to make sure that thwe to no
liquor of any description taken into
Oklahoma. A bank waa orgaulxel
here ttMlay by prominent capitalists
Wlileli will upll A i' iHittiieaii on the.
twenty- cud at Lteboii.
A successful attempt to manufac
ture soft steel was made at Troy,
Pat Malloy, it poijurcd witness iu
the Pmtiell hearing at London, has
been sentenced to six months' im
prisonment. President Diaz of Mexico, In his
message to congress, speaks of min
ing and tho cultivation of the silk
wot in ns the two chief industries of
Great numbers of people continue
to'iiriive daily on the borders of
Oklahoma, to bo In leadlness for tho
opening of the country to settleis on
The schooner Pathlluder ariived
at Vietoiia with 185 seal skins.
William O'lirleii, tho Irish patriot,
has begun a libel action against Lord
The emperor of Germany Is angry
ut the failure of the courts lo prose
cute the Volks-Zeltung, as he had
personally directed the piosecution
of that paper.
No News of Hie Deimiiirk.
IS'i-.w Yonic, April 17. Tho Na
tional Hue steamship Daumark
arrived tills morning, Sho had
none of tho wrecked Thingvallii
line Denmark's passengers. The
steamship City of Richmond arrived
this morning, but brought no news
of the steamer Denmark.
STATU (iUANtil MEl'TINO.
The Ainiiial Session to bo Held hi Sa
lem May 'K-UII-ao
The an mini session of Oregon
State Grange will convene iu the
city of Salem, on Tuesday, May 28,
ISM), remaining in session three
Arrangements linvo been made
for reduced rates on the Southern
Pacllleand the O. R. &N. railways,
niembeis paying full fare going and
one-llfth faro returning.
Thobession will open piomptly at
10 a. in., on the 28th.
Iu the afternoon there will ho uu
addiess of welcome by Governor
Pennoyer and a icsponse by Mrs. 1.
L.llllleary of Turner.
.Also an address by Judge R. P.
Rolse on behalf of Salem and a re
sponse by Mr. Sample of Umatilla
Mrs. II. IS. Hayes will deliver an
addiess of welcome hf tho California
delegation, of whom there Is Ox
peeled t bo a large number m at
tendance. The standing committee of the
State Grange are as follews:
Ciedentials, W. M. Ililleary,
Marlon county; AV. J. Edwards,
Gilliam county; II. Robeitson, Marl
Order of Ruslncss, F. M. Kler,
Linn county; J. A. Crow, Lane
county; M. J. Ilurjis, Ronton coun
Washington county; J.P,
Marion county; N. A.
Resolutions, Mrs. I. L. Ililleary
and Clias. Miller, Marion county;
Dr. .1. Cnsto, Clackamas county.
Good of tho Order, O. J. Ki.or,
Gilliam county; J. A. Scott and
Mrs. Mary Kl.er, Linn county.
Finance, .1. A. Gross, Uiniuilla
comity; John Hud, Wasco ceunty:
Mis. P. Kelley, Multnomah county.
Appeals, T. A. lliggs, Lauo coun
ty; A. M. Allen, Wasco county;
Mrs. J. A. Crow, Lane county.
Agricultural College, Judge R. I.
lioUr), Marlon county; John Mud
dler, Wasco county; Mis. 15. Sclio
lleld, Washington county.
ICducation, Mm, A. L, Casto,
Clackamas county; T. Goodrich,
Yamhill county; I. F, Kirk, Lane
Agikuiltuie, K, Sklrvlng, Clacka
mas county; Phynipton Kellay,
Multnomah county, Mrs.' Jane
ICdwards, Gilliam county.
Division of Labor, N. l Payno,
Lin u oounty; M, Moore, Stnto of
Washington; J. F. Kirk, Lauo
Legislation, X. P. Payne, Linn
oouutv; J. P. Robertson, Marlon
county ; .Mrs. M, IT. Wilds, L'nn
Transportation, Ciias. Miller, Ma
rlon oounty; F. M. Kler and Mrs.
Roniua Payno, Linn county.
Memorial to the memory of Na
tional Master, R P. RoUj, Marlon
county; Win. Cyrus, Linn oounty;
A. R, Shipley, Cuiokanuiw county;
Mrs. E, Sklrvlng, (;iaokHiiis county.
Woiuan'H Work, Mrs, N. A. Ilgni
bree, YauililH eounty; Mre.J. Whltu,
Polk eounty; Mrs. 1). Scholleld,
WaililiiBtoii oounty; Mrs, M. Jr
HarrW, Ist-iitoii oounty.