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The eeason'u daintioet fabrics are
how on our counters although, a
lew Btraggiore " -r v
here's a pcriecuon oi cur -
.11 oa YwutuHr of weave in tho
iew thincB that will be a treat for
rou. We will try to make your riait
- IF -
You aro going) M build or makehuy'.Wnd of
Improvement, call on ttw undorilgued lor
material. W havooonmple,siool,nda-e
ready to supply any , eparod contract, newer
-work, raiding, etc.
Salem ImproveTent Co.
Christian church charity
Nov. 30. W. 0. T. U. dinner 12 to
4 p. ra.
Dec. 4. Katie Putnam in "Love
Finds a Way."
Dec. 7. Madeline Merit drama.
Dec. 8. Congregational eorn bocI 1.
Dec. 9. Balom Keeloy .League enter
tainment Dec. 0. Firat Presbyterian ch rcb
Jan. 20, By Perkins comedy.
At the University chapel tonight,
Nov. 20th, at 8 o'cleck:
PROG It AM.
Piano Solo Mr. Kruse
Mrs. Linn and Whann
Vocal Solo Prof. Thornton
Piano Miss Hughea
Vocal , Maggie Alderaon
Duet, Mandolin and Guitar
Messrs, Keller and Niohola.
Japanese Umbrella Drill
Japanese Love Song
JJAfter the program lunch, will be
served. Admission 25 cents, including
lunch. Bomember. Tonight at 8
A Runaway Experience Mr.
Frank Davey, grand lecturer of the A.
O U. W., was driven to Lebanon this
morplng by one of John Scbmeer's
drivers. On returning a few miles
southeast of here1 the reuch nf the
buggy gave way letting the men to the
ground, while tho horses ran awa
but were captured and brought to the
city, the buggy being left behind on
account of its dilapidated condition.
Mr. Davey secured the services of J. W.
WMiumson, who was Just starting on
a bunt in a dog cart, to bring him to
Albany, aud he reached the city just
in time to take tho Salem train, pretty
well spattered ovor with mud. Albany
Personal. Lady readers of The
Joubnal are urged to send in the
names of their friends who visit them,
personal jnovemonta of Salem friends
who go abroad, also names of their
guests at teas, card parties, eto , for Sat
urday's Journal at any time during
tho week. No attention whatever will
be paid in this department to anony
moua items- The signature of some
responsible party must accompany each
"Persopal" sent Id.
None Better, Tho Olllman coal
colling st $3 per ton at the Salem Im
provement Co. 'a yards, la tht best fuel
In County Court. In thoBultof
Frasor vs. Bridges, Judge Hubbard
gave a verdict today, dismissing suit at
cost of plaintiff.
Now oldor at Van Eaton's overy day.
Overcoats at coat
at tho Woolen Mill
The only st ok of J panoso
goods in Salem are now boi g
This lino consists of assorted
Chinawwo, such as cups and
. . i.a
saucers, sea sow coinpiuiu, UJ-
f ra. hutter dishes, bowls, cream
era, mush sets, chocolate pots,
cracker jars jind flower vases,
lacquer cabinets, screens, wall
bncketf; Japaneie napkins 35a
63 Commercial Street.
I ' "J
n ,1WM .IB I IB
Biggest bargains ever lmowu.
Call k arly and get the best se
lections. THE PALACE.
REPUBLICAN OITT TICKET.
For member of the City Council, First
It. B. DUNCAN.
For member of the City Council, Bee-
For member of the City Council, Third
For member of the City Council Fourth
GEO. T. HUGHE8.
Mr.'and Mrs. Emmett R. Boone, of
Portland, are visiting their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Sprague There
was a little more rain fall last night.
City warrants are deel ning in value
rapidly. The overland was an hour
late this mornlng,owing to a landslide.
Bern: On Monday, November 27,
1803, to Mr. and Mrs. B. F. West, a
daughter. Tho council ran in two
sections last night, like the overland
train sometimes does. Died: At the
farm home about five miles east of Sa
lem, at 11 p. m. on Monday, November
27, 1803, the infant daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Card, aged two
months. No Puget Sound papers nr-
rledlast night Mrs. E. O. Potttr
and littlo daughter Pauline, who have
been the guests of A, O Condit'a family
returned to Eugene today. Wet, eb?
C. L. Van Groosa of Turner wa
in the city today. Wll'amette club
m-ets tonight in spite of rain or storm.
. Mrs. Joseph Stish of Mill City ie
tho guest of Dr. B own. Elder Bar
clay will preach at the Yew Park
churh at 7:30 o' clock this evening
Albert Vulentino, of Wasco , Is the
07i li student at the Reform School. He
stole a wutch chain wua In jail five
months, aud arrived here today.
Mrs. Ball left this afternoon for Port
land, w here she shirts for Frisco. T.
C. Smith, jr., and Hal D. Patton art
in Portland. ...Miller Swank, of
Aumsvllle, is in the olty. Dr. Cu-
sick returned today from Albany.
Paul Wallace came down from Albanj
today to eat turkey at "The Willows."
Mrs. Peyton left for Portland thl
afternoon Water water,every where
Ben. Cook, of the Oregon Lund Com
pany, is homo from an extended visit
in tho east. '
Dr. Lemleux and bride arrived in tin
city last night.
GRAND THANKSGIVING DINNER
Strong's Restaurant will tomorrow
serve an elaborate dinner, as is their
annual custom. The charge will be
only tho regular price. 25 cents. No
one can allord to do without a turkt-y
BILL OF FARE,
Cream of chicken,
Veal croquettes, Mushroom sauce, Duck
pie, Boiled ham with jelly,
Fried clums, Chicken
Turkey, Cranberry tauoo, Beef, Mutton
English plum pudding, Br&udy sauce.
Tea. Coir e.
Aunt Dinah's Husking.
There will bo a novel entertainment
at the Congregational church, Friday
uvoulng, Dee. 8, In the way of a Husk
Idk Bee and Corn social. Every one
mourn try anu nueuu. uarrviB iuii hi
ror 0id and yotin Thurs. o o d
1UMUKY XAliK,. vny uavo yuur
whole family fret all day over a Thanks
giving diouer wh u you can get a
choice turkey dinner at Strong's for 25
flvfira&a OAMVAii" trotniKAj- wBPaaDAY, yorBKBiafr ,
It'll f' ' '" tkrian i miinirifrfir'"r"'"rm ffisro nawini
ImtTiinrenTirriiri TlAV fV(V. 30
The ladles of tho W. C. t. U. will
serye a 25-cent dinner Thauksgivlng
day from 12 Until 4, at their hall on
Court street Turkey with cranberry
sauce, mince and pumpkin pie. and al
other Thanksgiving delicacies will be
A union Thanksgiving service will
be held at the Christian church on
Thursday evening at 7:20 o'clock at
which a contribution will be solicited
to bo applied to tho relief of the needy
by the board of charities of this city.
8rmon by M. L. Rugg.
At North Salem on Thursday, Nov
ember KOth. from 12 m. to 7 p. m., the
African M. E. ladies aid Bociety will
give a Thauksgivlng dinner at tbe
church. Price 25 eta.
The pastors of the South Salem and
Brooks M. E. churches exchange pul
pits next Sunday. Roy. J. M. Sbulae,
will preach at Brooks morning and eve
ning, and Rev. T. F. Royal at South
Program of Thanksgiving services at
BrookB, Nov. 30, 1883:
Anthem "To God In Heaven" by tho
6cripture lesson Psa. 145 by Prof. F.
Scripture lesson Romans 12, by Miss
Singing "Glory to God the Father"
by the choir.
Prajer, by Rev. Jesse Jones.
Singing '-The Lord's Prayer" by tbe
Reading the Presidents proclamation
William E. Shaw.
Singing "America" by the congrega
tion.! Thanksgiving sermon, Rev. T. F.
Offerings for the poor for the Portland
Doxoiogy "Praise God from whom
M Blessings Flow," by the congrega
Services to begin at 11 o'clook a.
Thanksgiving oyster aud chicken
ouppor at night.
AT NORTH HOWELL PRAIRIE.
M. E. church, Thursday the lllb
inst, commencing at 11 a. m. Sermon
oy Rev. J. H Roork, of Salem. The
church decorations will consist mostly
of offerings of truita, vegetables, etc.,
to be sent to the tPortlaud hospital.
Each person is invited to donate u
potato, and one apple, with the priv
ilege of contributing canned fruits,
jacks of flour, and such other supplies
is may be needed in the hospital.
All who can are kindly solicited to
orlng offerings of money, whioh is
Thanksgiving service at South Salem
M. E. church tomorrow evening at 7:30.
Uu Sabbath Rev. Rjyal of Brooks and
Rev. ShuLse will exchange pulpits both
morning and evening.
Thanksgiving service in the Friends
church, North Salem, Thursday, at 10
The German Reformed church will
hold a German Thanksglvidg service
Thursday at 11 o'clock. All Germans
are invited. J. Muelbaupt, pastor.
Tbe ladies of Unity horeby give no
tice to their friends, that they will be
ready by 5 o'clock Thanksgiving even-ing-to
furnish a flrst-clasa dinner to all
who want it, for 25 cents. From 8 to
3:30 a literary and musical programme;
from 8:30 to 11 tne usual amusemeuts.
The societies of the Salem German
Methodist and Evangelical churches
will have a union meeting on Thanks
giving day at 10:30 a. m. in tho Ger
man Evangelical church, corner of Lib
erty and Center streets. All German
people are co dlally invited.
Overcoats at cost at the Woolen Mill
Hens oheap by tbe dozen at Davison's
market, 01 Court street, and fish plen
fowls.-oh ap at
Rubber coats, hats, and slickers, at
tho New York Raokct. 2d 1 w
Fowls, fowls cheap at Davison's
Buy y ur shoes while they are cheap
-at Krausso Bros.
Overcoats at coat at the Woolen Mill
Sorghum, Just received from tbe east,
at the Blue Frout.
Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair.
The aly Pare Cream of Tartar Powder.--No Ammonia; NoAlwa.
ttwj i Millions of Homei 40 Years th St
All the worthy people of Salem who cannot afford to
buy a turkey, are invited to come and get a nice fowl, as I
have an ample supply especially for the occasion.
The abovo is my annual proclamation, so jdo not be
backward. To those who can afford to buy, I offer the finest
dressed turkeys at the low price of 15c a pound. I claim to
have the best dressed turkeys in the city. All Qther fowls as
low as the lowest. Sell hens by the dozen, cheap. Call and
be convinced. All fowls drtssed utfder my personal supervi
sion by skilled white labor, for which I pay fair wages. Fresh
fish of all kinds received daily, also large, fine, fat Eastern
oysters. Leave your orders. Free delivery.
Yours for fine turkeys,
94 Court St. L. A.. DAVISON.
The result of the Republican city
primanes Tuesday was as follews:
First Ward R. B. Duncan 28, Squire
Farrar 13; total 41.
Second Ward Thos. Holman 91,
Wm. England 48; total 130.
Third Ward Thos. Kay 38, Dr. E.
B. Philbrook 34; total 72.
Fourth Ward Geo. P. Hughes 33,
C. Marsh 1, J. L. Hockett 1, A. O.
Condit 1, J. Savage, Jr., 1, and a third
ward ticket for Thos. Ky making a
total of 43.
Tho regular Republican nominees
R. B. Duncan, 1st ward.
Thos. Holman, 2d ward.
Thos. Kay, 3d ward.
Geo. P. Hughes', 4th ward.
NO COUNCIL -MEETING.
Recorder Edes called to order and
roll was called.
Albert, Smith, Cross, Olmsted were
present. Absent, Gray, Hunt, Lafore,
It was stated that Alderman Klein
was ill and could uot come.
The Recorder announced no quorum.
City Marshal Minto was ordered to
notify tbe absent members. Tbe mem
bers pre ent smoked, told stories and
dmcussed the rules. The rain poured
down without and the crowd at the
council room kept increasing. ReturnB
from tho ward primaries were discussed
nod It was proposed to swear in the Re
p iblicm nom nees. No rule or preced
ent for such proceeding could be found.
Tbe crowd awaiting the program tired
aa it did not ma tew li.se. They felt they
were so d and made uncomplimentary
remarks at being cheated of their sport.
The marshal returned after half an
hour's diligent search and reported that
be could uot And the delinquents
All voted to meet this Wednesday
evenl g at 7:30.
Imitations have been put upon tbe
market so closely resembling Allcock's
Porous Plasters in general appearance
as to be well calculated to deceive.
It is, however, in general appearance
only that they compare with Allcock's,
for they are worse than worthless, in
asmuch as thev contain deleterious in
gredients which are apt to cause serious
Injury. Remember that Allcock's are
the only geuulne porous plasters the
beat external remedy ever produced;
and when purchasing plasters do not
only ssk for but see that you got All
cock's Porous Plasters.
Course of High Grado Entertain
ments at the Salem First M.
IV. Dr. Chas.Edward LockeTaylor
street church Portland, "Every Inoh a
Man," Dec. 6.
V. Grand concert by Balcm artists,
Course tlfV 'a "."". Rlngle admis
sion is 50 cents. Ticket for pale at
Dearborn'n .io -ud Altkon's
grocery store, State street. 11-Stf.
The case of Frasar vs. Brldg '8 whb
argued and submitted to tbe county
court today and taken under advise
ment. New Florida oranges, Cicily lemon
just lu at Clark & Eppley's.
Overcoats at cost t tbe Woolen M 11
Of Hood'a Saresparlllals always within
the bonds of reason because it Is true;
it always appeals to the Bobor, common
sense fit thinking people because it It
true; and It la always fully substantial
t-d by endorsement which, in the fi
nanolal world would be accepted with
out a moment s hesitation.
Hood's Pills cure liver ills, coustlpa.
tlou, biliousness, Jaundice, slok head
l lIW llWlllllll
Tho following letters remaining in
the Salem postofflce Nov. 29, 1893, un
called for. Those calling for them
please Bay 'advertlaed"
Ayers J no Alexander Rose
H..urnett Josh Byrou J G
Bustle 8ally Mrs Broemster L G
Baker W E
Doom F H
Gilbert E H
Lewis Cordelia Mra
McDonald W H
Mundell Geo E
Roaa J C
Seara Mrs R
Ditton Mrs L E
Lane F M
Rlsher Mra Emily
Smith E P Smith Marv
Weiner Mra M B 2 W.tasman Mrs
Williams E Williams Mrs M
A. N. GILBERT, P. M
STATE NEWS, NOTES, COMMENTS
Non-exemption of debt from property
valuation increasea the net total tax
able of Douelas county from $3,897,381
in 1892 to 55.121,151 in 1893. The coun
ty tax levy will bo 20 mills.
Tho three churches of Myrtle Creek
have united in holding Evangelistic
An Oregon man, Henry Doeich of
Port'and, takes the first premium at
the world's fair on Eni;'ish walnuts.
Dried fruits, fresh f ulb?, cranberries,
raisins, currants, nuts, citron, and
everything that goes to make a good
Thanksgiving dinner at J. A. Van
A new invoice of fresh condensed
mince meat arrived this morning ut
Clark &, Eppley's, Court street.
Do you know that the New York
Racket sells the best quality o' ail wool
mackintoshes at prices usually asked
for cheap cotton goods. 2d lw
0 TH HOWELL PBAIKIE.
The first ttrm of school will close in
Several cases of la grippe are reported
in the neighborhood.
Rey. Royal's lecture was postponed
oh account of bad weather.
The roads from North Howell to
Gervais are in worse condition than
usual at this time of tbe year. Parkers
Ville bottom being almost impassable.
Mrs. Jas. Austin, who was buried at
Belpassi, near Woodburn, last Friday,
formerly lived in this vicinity, and was
a cousin ot C. 8. Morgan, of this place
Tne sorrowing ramuy nave tbe sym
pathy of tbe neighbors of this commu
nity. The Thanksgiving social and dona
tion services, tb be held in tbe church
on the 30th, promise to be an interest
Two Stepping Stones
to consumption are ailments we
often deem trivial a old and
a cough. Consumption thus ac
quired is rightly termed " Con
sumption from neglect."
not onlv stons a cold but it is r.
markablv successful where the
cough has become deep seated.
Scott's Emulsion is the
richest of fat-foods yet
the easiest fat food to
take. It arrests waste
and builds up healthy
Prpu4bBaoUBn,Tf.Y. All drujcUU.
BROWN & SON'S
The public is hereby notified
thajt we propose to sell meat at
margins barely consistent with
Satisfaction guaranteed to all
Cam if Pnti nl 10L C4t
hfer?d at Cost
The Largest assortment ever brought to Salem.
They Must Go
in the next 30 days!
AND COST TAKES 'EM.
THINGS TO BE THANKFUL FOR.
That wo are alive.
That It is rain and not snow.
That we are Bomear tho end of a bad
That congress is not going to discuss
That it only raluB for a month at a
time in Oregon.
That McKInley is going to be presi
dent. That the pretty fall bonnet is paid for
if you can't wear it.
That our streets are somewhat im
proved and not entirely impassible.
That we still live in tbo land of the
turkey, under the flag of tbe free.
That any man is at liberty to think
he is a little better off than he might
That the city will not have to Issue
bonds on street improvements In front
of private property.
That Salem has not had a ministerial
scandal now for at least sixty days.
Be thankful for the One Cent Dai
ly. No Journal tomorrow. Give thanks
if you have nuytbing to be thankful
and there Is probably a great deal if
you will stop mid think. To many
new friends we will say The Journal
force observes the four principal holi
days of the year.
Overcoats at cost
at tbo Woolen Mill
This wild Thanksgiving turkey swallowed
And down within him Brownie waa ground
unmiiit) wnn n. crmn i
rhe reason tor this tragedy was Brownle'J
tie would not read our latest ads, nor take!
1ULU B UU1U.
fthe moral U clear. Head the follewing:
uu um t: Bum in
rhe Rtatlonprn. nrw nnv lonlln 41..1J
Blbleg. Albums. Jnvenlln R.inlrn isn nnn
DETECTIVE AND COLLECTING BUREAU
SALEM, - - - Oragotx
Private work a specialty.
O. B. CLEMENT, Manager.
or Denver, has
Parlors In the
Has opened Dreee-mabing
theEldrldge block, In the
rooms formerly occupied by Mrs. Baker
i leQC Fit or No Pay I
F T HART
1 li UttU S,
247 COMMERCIAL STREET.
blark,aek! &? ?v1erooa,' Cewe and see for ynurwrtf. Try one of our "
Our drees ooda and jackets adslt of bo eapwlertly, '
WILLIS BROTHERS & CO.
PEnAHOD8B CORNER, - 8AUCM, OREGO
Try Willis Broa, for fine uhnm. boot aad rubbtr Baada. Iw btIcm tot
Loag cloak, at aay j Omm JT F
The Republican letral voinr.nf it,. -,.
Halemare hereby notified that the dtr L
Subllcan primary election will be held fa S.
rst.e.-onl, third and fourth wards oftJI
cltyorsalemon Tuesday, Novembr Jtlm
lor tbe purpose of putting lunomlniion(2
Monday, the 4th day of Dccemtwr.l8M.iivI
r i he said primary election to btoMnrt
at the hour or 3 o'clock p. m. nle!rir?
o't lock p.m. on Bald day, and tbe tolloWL
named Judgei were appointed by tbe commS
tee, and the primaries ntmed as follewi:
KlKiT WARD. Old engine houte-Jntat
H. A. Johnson, Jr., W. D. Clajget anil Ar&Ti
MCCOND WAUD. Old court honie-Jndttt
deo. Collins. J. A. Baker and J. Q. WlUon.
THIIID WARD -Armory bulldllnrhjoflm.
Alonro Uesner, K. M. Walte and J. w. Bate?.
FOURTH WAItD. EflmntirMiT'. 1i
itables-ludge. J. 1.. Hockett, OwenHnttot
I and A. Ik Buckingham.
The Judges of their respective yntit stall
appoint two competent person to tct u
clerks of said primaries.
The primaries shall be conducted under lit
nrovlftlonaoftheactof the lr tlatlve mm
Mr of tho slate of Orceon. jit order a, n
committee. 1T.E. M 0KK8,
secretary uuv Hepubucan central commrttet
The Democratic tea voters of the ettr of
Balsm are hereby notified that the city Dem
ocratic prlmury election will be heja Intbt
first, second third and fourth ward ot Hilm
on Wednesday , November H, 169:1, for the pa
pose of putting In nomination candldilei lac
city aldermen, one each In the Ant, hcobJ,
third and fourtn wards to be voted for st ito
coming city .lection to be beld on Hon!;,
ineun aayor uecemDen it&u, inepom 01 uu
said nrlmary elf ctlon to be oticned altDe bou
of 1 o'clook p. m. and none at 8 o'clock p. a.
on said day, and the following named latin
were nppoiniea dj inn onmmmee. una in
places or holding and conducting tbe prim-
rlfA named as follow!
KlitbT WAfW Old engine home Juajei:
D. K Wagner, L. A. Byrd, Pefr D'Arcy.
shop.-Judcei; W.J.rolley. W.F.Da-
gan, Kuzene vviiug.
THIRD V ABC Armory bnildlne-Jnase
O.O. VnnWagoer.H.G. Uelson, Gro. Bsrr.
FOURTH WARD. Lamonreux's llverr it
bles-Judges: G.A.Rockwell, W. U. Ultckta,
O Van Patton.
Thn InilirM nf trinlr rnnMtlva wirdl isll
appoint 2 competent persons toaotue'erU
ot said primaries.
The primaries shall be conducted under ui
prov slona of the act or tbe legislative "
bly of the state of Oregon. Br order olui
committee. W.J. D'ARCY,
Heoretary City Democratic uommiuw.
rled man of. good habits. Basbsdelcbi
vuira A,inrl.nnA In trn.ra
store. Wllllnjftowork. Laree WHjes mtw-
eiiiRH.nna in n-neroi mercDuiw"
p-cteci. AadreM s. C. u, journal ames.
ALERHEN WANTED Kree prepslo julflt
One of our agents ha earned over IW
five years. P. O.Box 1S71 New York. ll3Wt
WANTED ltuatlon by mlddlesred Get
ma. intft. itn H.n.ral hnnutfOtK. II
willing and a le to carry on the largest howe
hold. No. 13 Bute street. lMIvi
4 GENTS make J6.00 ft day. Oratet , kJtehM
utensil ever I avented. IWnl's 85ct. 3jp
1 In every house basnple j?jt Pj'S'
KM TO LKT. Aflne farm of 23 sew
mile from n. R. station. M mllfsf'??
Jem. For particulars Inquire at the J we-
WANTKD-BOAKDi IW, with or wlttwl
lodging, m commercial street.
31HIS PAPER to kept on file at E. M'
. Advertising Agency." and 5 4lercbDtt
xcfawe.taiKMCle?o, OMornU, wMJe
ccntraV lor advertising can le made Jor
kinds oa rade at Sft Liberty street. -'J
T W. 8ILSBEK BON, Balero, Orww
J . Tree-srttlBg.Tree.prunlng, Top-rrsft"
Blgn palnUng. .a ge moderato ."'iur
Hon iiuiutMui. IMSals
HOUSE Painting, Decorating,
n Hard Wood Finishing,
Can give good tota-ence. Estl wates Iftrnw
ed. A dares. (Ms. fcackstruib. t-alew- "'i
dene on Halem Motor Railway, North bv"
UaautftetBre S-tandard Pressed Brlek,
Molded Krlek 1b all Patterns for Kr
and MMftr tbebriek tor the New ed""
Htl'a tearlyaM teno buildings erecw
in me uspiwu miy.
Yards sear inlteaUary. Salem, Or.