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dYJHTtra CAPITAL JOTJIUffAL, ATT7KDAY JtJOT 10, 198
We re dotonniriocl not to carry any Jacket ovor to next
0Hon, and wo now offering them extremely low.
SEE OUR SHOW WINDOWS. '
jWTTYVO GIFTS. Elegant Ladle' Gold Watch and Beautiful set of
Wlvar ware given away September 1st.
Our Shoo stock b still going at cost. All . now goods and
307 Commercial Street.
- IP -
YoOtrrCtolngtotalld or make any Hod of
Improvement, mil on the tinders fnea :or
H&aUrlaJ. We have a complete stock, and are
ready to supply any prepared contract, sewer
work, grading, etc.
Salem Improvement Co.
GRAND OLD WILLAMETTE.
Forty-Ninth Anniversary and
The graduating exorcises of Willam
ette unlveraary begun Friday with ex
aminations in the conservatory of mu
sic and a recital by the Junior conecrvo
tory class the beginners in music. It
was the eighth recital by tho Juniors
and was held In tho chapel, com
mencing at 8 o'clock. The program
was made up of flfteeu numbers ns each
member of the clusa favored tho audi
ence with a selection. Tho clusa Is
composed of Misses Lay son, MoKlnnoy,
Woodford, Hurst, White, Htelner, Alter
mott, Culbertson, Harris, Burcuam,
Batchelor, and Srxiou. Prof. Farvln
takes an important part in all tho work
of commencement, hie baud of vocalists
and instrumentalists contributing on
every occasion. His department has
been well maintained.
Prof. Parviu's Junior muslcale con
tained some good numbers. TIiobo de
serving special attention were Moggie
Lyson's "Swing Sonir," Genevieve
MoRlnney's "Better Land," Miss Har
ris's "Spring Reverie," Miss Stelner's
violet song, Miss Batohelor's rondo In
D major. Miss Simon's "Magnetic
Watte Bong," and Miss Woodford's
"Pure as Snow" were beautifully ren
dered. SOCIETIES' REUNION.
In the evening tho Pbllodonan and
Phllodoslan literary societies met In
annual reunion. Shortly afttr 8 o'clock
President Floyd Reynolds, took tho
chair and announced tbo opening of
the program, an Instrumental solo by
Homer Kruse. In respouso io an en
core he played a dlfllcult original com.
position. B. B. Barker, or tho Phllo
dorlans, delivered tho add row of wel
come in a hearty mauuor. Then fol
lowed other features of the program.
The valedictory by Miss Emily Heu
ry, daughter of Judgo L. D. Honry,
showed good literary ability.
A voeal boIo by Miss Frlzzoll was fol
lowed remarks from former members
of the societies.
With the close of the literary exer
cises the members and their friends re
paired to the society hall and passed an
hour or two iu social ainusemont
The graduating class at Willamette
university this year Is as follews: Clas
sical N. M. Newport, B. B.; Virgil
Perlnger, A. B.; John H. Hume, B. A.
Professional -John Bayne, Chos. 12.
Robltn, and N. M. Newport. Musical
Nellie Carpenter, Hnmor A, Kruse,
Lulu U. Sargent, Tho graduating
classes will hold their oomniuuoomeut
od Thursday, Juue 16th. Tho program
Is out and will appear In duo time.
BooMiNd. The merchant tailoring
department at the Woolen Mill Store
la booming these days. Tho manager
1m demonstrated that high grade
' atotalBg oau be made up here at homo
by white tabor without charging fancy
priaes. Tbls Is what people like, and
afcow tfetlr appreciation by plaolug lib
eral waw for spring and summer suits.
Tjm Nkwb KiHflT. All the most lm
fortaat news of Friday was bulle
tlMd at Tun JouitNAb oftioe Friday
aad a orewd was gathered at the post-
i Meek all day to get the Informs
Tkb JouKHAb Is the only 'paper
ta the WlHaatatte valley and Western
OmMtvUMit gate the Associated Frees
)Tmoa-rd, MefceW Mltebell'a
Cm ismi tor VS. IS, ma quality as oih-
aartUeor ferfl.ee. BpMtaJattbe
HMeTChlldrM's Oxford, Fall-
we sowhHg new 96 per
taat Mav a4afd prUe, The Palaet.
AND SHOE COMPANY,
SALEM BUSINESS MEN PROTT
Unanimously Denounce, it
IT SHOULD BE KILLED.
The Blanket License Is Opposed by
It Is the almost unanimous sentiment
of the business men of Salem that the
blanket license ordinance introduced at
the last Besslon of the city council
should be killed. For the welfare of
the city, it should never be reported
back from tho committee.
"Every day will be Sunday bye and
byo" If the now license ordinance Is
passed. This is what nine-tenths of
tho Salem business men say. They say
tho reaction will be terrible.
The only business it Is not proposed
to tax is the fanoy houses. That Is
probably an oversight, as It Is a busi
ness that several of the council have on
various occasions shown an inclination
EVEIIT DAY'LXi BE SUNDAY
Byo nnd bye:
When they licenso banks and preach-
Dogs, cats and school teachers.
Bye and bye:
Wheu they tax the peanut vender,
Plumber, barber and barteuder.
Bye and bye:
When thuy lax the washerwomen.
We'll oloso our shops, and go In swlm-
Bye and bye:
hot) thev license great and nmnll.
Wheu they license you to live at all.
Some of tho hotel men are in
favor of 5200 or 1300 hotel llconse.
They say say a $10 or $20 license is no
protection and is only bleeding them.
One landlord who Is very ludlgnaut,
"The council Itself goes to restaurants
and takes In banquets, with liquors,
wheu they know It is a violation of their
A hackmau says; "They will in-
croasomy licenso and stand in with
tho car companies that compote with
mo so I can't earn feed for my horses.
It helps the fat and tho rich to cut
down tho starved and the poor."
WHAT I,KAI)INU BUSINESS MEN SAY.
Sroat & Gile: It's au infernal out
rage. Bosorth Bros.: It. 'a wroug; tho way
times are now we'ro taxed euough.
HarrlttA Melutyre: We'll tight It
to the last.
John G. Wright: It's a fraud.
Jas. Kyle: Fifteen dollars a car on
produce I What do they mean ?
S. W. Thompsen: A crazy proposi
Postmaster Gilbert: They need the
Mauager Helland: Nothing In it.
T. II. Burues: Give us an occupation
Cook's Hetel: It will Just bleed us
that much more.
Willamette Hotel; It Is n tax, but
Jones & Bernartlli A hnmiim. ri
the word go. Enough taxea now,
W. W, Martini It'suujust. It is no
protaetlou to the merchant In any par.
Braoka fc BalUbury: A return to bar
K. H. Jaekaeu: It's au outrage. We
are taxed tea wuch now.
Fred A. Lew: It's a faree. Will
tend to drive merchants out of the city,
and keep others otif
Aitkin A Palmer! It Is unjmt nnd
M. T. Illneuian: I approve tho
JouRNAi8 statement of Friday even
ing in toto! It would encourage every
dealer to carry a general stock. It's an
Geo. Fendrlch: Can't stand It.
G. Steiuer: It would work n hard
ship on the people of Salem.
Whale & Ferd: Don't favor any
Willis Bros. A Co,: Businessmen
aro already preyed upon too much.
Osborn A Harrltt: Don't like h.
Clark & Eppley: A new way to rob
L. A. Davisen: Am against it fiat-
M. Beamer: Would be injurious.
E. H. Raymend: Oppose it on gen
Forstner & Co.: Can't favor any
Damon Bros, today caytured a live
tarantula, and have it on exhibition at
J. G. Barr: Don't favor it. It is too
Oregon Land Oo.: Can't see any
good in taxing people to come into our
Barr & Petzel: Don't believe in it.
Live and let live.
Steiuer & Senneman: We are all
taxed enough now. Don't want It.
It hurts the town.
McCrow fc SteuslefT: It would be a
detriment to tho town.
Keller & Sens: Consider it un Impo
sition on the town.
E. T. Barnes: Such methods should
only be employed under great emer
gency, and that has not arrived.
Damon Bros.: It is most ridiculous.
Tho Palace: Didn't suppose the
oouncll was bo bard up.
Wm. Sargeant: Don't like It. It Is
I. L. Klmber: Better turn the coun
cil out and put some boys in.
BranBon fc Co.: Don't want it.
E. F. Osbern: Bitterly opposed to it.
C. W. Hel ion brand: Don't llkeit at
Meyers & Ce: Don't favor it at all.
Professional men could stand a tax bet
ter than merchants.
Dulrymple & Ce: Wo pay taxes
G. W. Johnson : Not lu favor of It.
S. C. Reed: Don't tavor it as it Is.
A. 8. Brasfleld: Not fair.
Smith & Steiuer: Redloulous.
Bill Andersen: It has some good
features. Tbo tobacco stores that run
Suuday and lei boys loaf and gamble
for cigars and cigarettes should pay as
well as saloons. They do moro barm.
Cltv Attorney Blngbam: The ordi
nance was dra-vn to cover certain lines
of trade that have clamored for protec
tion. Nearly every thing was included
with the idea of having the ordinance
committee strike out all that was not
Kansas Heuse: No protection in it;
Just a tax.
To Seattle. There lies on our desk
an Invitation from the Queen City of
tlie Bound, "Where the ship meets the
rail," which reads as follews: "Yoar
presence is cordially requested at the
celebration to be held at Seattle about
Juue 10, 1803, in commemoration of the
completion of tho Great Northern flail
way to its Pacltla termluus at Seattle
aud the Inauguration of through traffic.
Acceptances should be addressed to J.
IU Hay den, chairman of recept I n com
mittee, Seattle, Washington,"
The Rains. This part of Oregon is
always favored with showers at inter
vals during tbo mouth of Juno. The
rains descended Friday ulght aud to
day, the cool weather proving qultoa
dampeneron business. Next week we
shall begin to talk about the races, rail-
rqads and rose show. By Monday the
skies will have cleared and there Is a
big week ahead.
Rlob golden Jersey milk Is being sup-1
piled by the dairy of II. J. Sharpe?
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Utt4 im IfiUioai ooimo Yttrt tfct "fanM
A RAM REAL ESTATE FRAUD
llow W. A.Shaw Tried fe Fleeces
COMPELLED TO DEED BACK PilOPERTY
Performance of a Scoundrel who
Charged Tho Journal With
Tho real estate transfers record the
disgorgement of a valuable piece of real
estate that was swallowed up by a
shark In that profession if there ever
It is tho reconveylng of choice resi
dence property with Improvements on
State street by W. A. S haw to Mrs.
Elizabeth Joseph. The facts In the
case are that Mrs. Joseph is a widow,
whoso mind bos for some time been af
fected by disease, and who Is said to be
unfamiliar and unskilled in business,
and who Is believed by her friends to
be disqualified to protect her property
rights against the schemes of unscru
pulous traders and designing real estate
Some tfme in 1892 one W. A. Shaw,
a Salem real estate dealer, Induced her
to deed her property on State street to
him for the sum ot $6000. It is her
home and when it was gone she had
nothing else in the world to fall back
upon, and upon moving out Shaw took
possession and Mrs. Josepti occupied a
room on the second floor In the post
office block, moving out of there a few
days after tbo blank cartridges were
fired at this same man Shaw in the
hallway of that blocK about a month
upon which Mrs. Joseph was Induced
to part with her property were these
Shaw gave her $250 down, and twenty
three notes of $250 each, one payable
each year for 23 years, and the last pay
able in the year 1016, without Interest
and without security by mortgage, en
dorser or otherwise. For tbls worthless
unsecured paper she gave him a deed
and he exacted a promise to keep silent
to everyone about the transaction ex
cept to say to anyone who asked that
she bad sold the property for $6000.
Soon after the shooting affair which
took place near her door Mrs. Joseph
became more suspicious of Shaw and
urged her counsel to press a suit in
equity to recover her property. Shaw's
lawyers advised him to get out of it by
deeding back the property at once, and
that has been done. MrsTJoeepu keeps
her $250, crediting It on the notes that
were to draw no interest and would
have been payable to the old lady
mostly after her death and along in the
first quarter of the next century. Such
Is Shaw. Where will be turn up next
aud why don't the newspapers that
want blm or The Journal men sent
to the penitentiary tell the news about
Mr. Shaw ?
16TH AND 17TH OP JUNE.
The Flower and Strawberry Fair
Next Friday and Saturday.
The ladles' Floricultural society met
this forenoon and decided to hold their
fair on the above date the last two
days of next week.
Everybody get reedy for the show.
The roses have been coming on ro
fast that there remains but a short time
to prepare for this display. But the
executive committee, officers and mem
bers of tho Baleru Floricultural society
are working hard and will do every
thing lu their power to make it a suc
cess. Every rose and flower grqwer
in tho city should take hold with them.
The ladies have appointed C. B,
Moores, A. I. Wagner and E. M. Walte
as committee on strawberry show.
They will arrange cash premiums and
issue a circular to strawberry growers.
Antifermeutino preserves all fruits
with a retention of all their natural
flavor. For sale by Gilbert, Patterson
& Co., Salem, dw
Hair Work. Mrs. W. D. Pettenglll
who lives on the motor line lu Yew
Park anuex, does flne work In human
hair, such as chains, Jewelry ornaments
etc, and also teaches the art.
If you waut a good pair of shoes of
good quality cheap, go to the New York
Phoiiably a Fraud. A ono-ormed
man, who gives his name ns Adams Is
going about the country begging for
money, ou tho plea that he has several
ribs that need repairs. Ho says he lost
his arm In the Salem lumbering mills
and Is getting not a little holp. He re
fuses everything except cash, and an
occasional meal, nnd usually growls If
turned away with nothing. Most peo
ple, especially or. Howell Prairie, think
he Is a dead-beat and warn others
against blm. No such man has lost an
arm at the Capital mills.
New Parlors. At a meeting of the
trustees and a committee for the En
deavor society of the Congregational
church it was decided to refurnish, car
pet and decorate the church parlors In
an artistic manner to be done at once.
Good Enough For Us. Loyal Sa
lem housekeepers who have used Sa
lem's "Pride of Oregon" flour for years
say it Is good enough for the king's ta
ble, nnd will use no other.
The Sweetest And most perfect
strawberries in tbls market, received
dally from Southern Oregon, at John
G. Wright's Pioneer store.
Those reduced prices at the Columbia
Shoe Store, 118 State street, are making
heavy sales at that store.
New things are an old story at
Clark & Eppley's.
TUTT'8 PILL Is the family doctor.
To enjoy Iicalnj ouo.!:on!il Iinvo reft
Mlor cvucunZtoHH r-riry trrcn y four
hours. Tho cvlli, haCii mental and
pujicni, return :, n-o:n
romaajrnni serious. Tov tho cure
of tills 'ommi;u ( rouble. Ttitt's Liter
Fills bnvn Kniiicri n r)ulnrlly uunar
sllclcd. lMc'tjutitlj -iijjnr coated
v SOLD EV-EEYWHEBE.
That's Where he's Going.
Tho rest of thepeorle nre goln? to the
most perfectly equipped HOOK AND
STATIONERY HUU8K IS OUKOON.
In these lUes yon want what Is new
oniy. The new thlngsare always found a
Booksellers and Stationers
08 STATE STREET.
LOVE AND BEAUTY MAKE HEAVEN.
8o let us have pure beirtr , beautiful nowerp,
bouses, bird may beautiful women Every
wftman ran h. Inna hah i.n .... i...
..,,. u iw.vu, utu UO UCUUIUU1.
thenKIN FOOU and
makes ladles beauti
ful. Prevents wrln.
kles. Keen skin In
pcrf'Ct condition. No
mmter what b eml.h
diBtlgu rrs faceor form
article will cure, ask
lllock, fcalem, Ore.
Will tCll VOU &! AbOtll iht nv hA baIU ia.
Fur any spec al or complicated blemish of
MRS. NETTIE HARRISON,
AMERICA'S BSAUTY DOCTOR,
S6 Geary St., Sao Francisco, Cal.
HupeifluousHatr 1'ermanenlly Removed.
Have had 18 years experience training: fr
track ot 'carriage. Terms reasonable l"an be
found at W ejtaoott's stable, or address Halem.
fr6'lm JAMES KINU.
JOOD Uu'lness OrTUKTUmTY.-Owlngto
MhRR.r.fSL,5th." un1UDea will trade
onble terras ,,. f. I3UOER.
Depot Sash and Door Factory, Bsuem.
r.?T.:i:JHiD h0.ne' lta -vear8 old. shod let
rH ,er it "n Un 'houlder. Wel.bs 11J0,
last seen Thursday near Uto Riches plaoeS
mile east of tUtom. Return to O. T. Tltumons,
Englewood, Salem. VSS
FK HALE.-A very nicely located lot, with
. . no ;. on Mill street south ot Willamette
.TrJSuf .uf ori?rnu and ParUculars, please
4M... lull UUIOT.
TTtl.H WAN rKD.-AnU paid aROOd com.
XI mission, aud fcOuo dividend amoni
Uiera next winter, ttorclat ait ... k!
clt we want the er
.,-hw, . muw vimrjw ere.
Room 1, i-broaic'e Bbllding,
mUIS I'ArEK Is kepion
ncU.o, uuifornl. where
oontrao-a for advertUlnj can be made
xx o-.vuM.oia iroo and alt kind of msuoZ I
K.UIJ. li . - ."S'S rIUlur
lyiHU K -IjIIV
X. AS lICV I
About ras knewing as a Sphinx arc a
great many who are Prophesyirg
Tbatwo aro on the evo of a great com
No trouble at the WOOLEN MILL
STORE because they are spiling
florae Mad? Goods
At lower prices than ever.
Be sure to see them before buying.
Have just returned from San
Francisco where I bought large in
voices of flue Millinery Novelties
for June and July trade at Icbs than
60 per cent, on regular prices. We
shall give the Ladies of Salem and
surrounding country some very low
prices for the next Sixty days.
PLEASE KEEP YOUR EYE ON THESE COLUMNS FOR
THE NEXT SIXTY DAYS FOR
Our Spring -Stock is All Sold,
WE ARE NOT OVERSTOCKED.
WE CARRY NO GOODS OVER.
WE ARE CONTINUALLY RECEIV
We Have the
nery Business in Oregon.
WE ARE HERE TO STAY.
MRS. S. G. REED,
SALEM, - -
265 Commercial Street,
ThUWeeJnrto An elegant
line 10 select from. Colers: Navy. Black. Gray and Tan
" C0RER window. " '
OPERA H0D8E corner,
AS A SPHINX.
A MV ftH bMk far ask, SUfT