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Special Sale on
We offer for two days our whole line of ladies
wrappers at 20 per cent discount from our
regula prices. x " x x x
$1.00wrappers ...... $ .80.
$1.25 wrappers. ...' - .....'.".. . $1.00.
$1.50 wrappers . . . $1.20.
' p" W fa pi j- p-
Very busy in the fur department.
Oood dependable, honest
That's the Why.. -
temperature makes you
FUR BOAS, $1.10 to $12.50.
STORM COLLARS $1.75 to $24.00.
FUR CAPES $8.25 to $26.00.
J. J. Dalrymple & Co.
To eee n
Clias. II. Hinges
Next Door to
Han Fiiamuihco, Nov. S7 Oash DOJrf
Ohioaoo, III., Nov. U7. Dec. 70.1
gold dust Hour
TheiSldnov Powor Co.
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in ml u (or Ininlly use, ask your grocers for
i.- Ijran and shorts alwayB on hand.
A T. WALN, AGENT.
Jilory Cordial, agI fid yuaro, was
brought to the asylum yotturiluy from
ITALIAN MARINE BAND.
Reserved seat tickets on sale
at the W. H, Burglmrdt & Co.
Book Store, 263 Commercial
Carve tuikov on oua of our f7.50 oak
exteuelon tables, They havo polished
Wi'i. .Huron V llttiniltoii'd.
For Your Breakfast Foods.
Qlfjani ohVYheat, Kalston Breakfast Food, Rals
fpn Pancake,Mour, Pillsbury's Vitus Mush.Gra
ho, Dess'ioflted Wheat, Wheatine, Onneu,
Granose FlaKg Malt BreaKast food. AT X,
Five minute mush fg aWlr leader.
A full line of Apjuo in
Itolled QJ18 H lbs ior ec
mbar if you rnuit gootj yrul4iy
Rot la &
Ihou 011. RM
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THE BIG BARGAIN
HOUSE OF SALEM
pr- po&- ypn' ff- yp ypr ' jpr
furs at manufacturers prices.
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ready to look at furs.
S m3SX tftA
IT'S A GOOD SIGN
ntHfld n an with glasses which suit
way. It is not a good lit simply to
hi. iuiimjh io inofiJHin, reKunness e: tnu name
'J here nro two eupnrntu parts in fittliig glasses,
the ticientifle ntlfng of lenses and tlio median
icnl part of making fltllng und bending of
frnmiiH to suit each individual face. Wo com
bine both of these and givo eaUsfaotion which
merits tho recomendatlon of inaklnu new eU8
tomers every day. When needing glasses,
oomo a ml "see us.
296 Commercial st.
Emil IVorsch, Han Franclsc.
J W Levy, Han Francisco.
W T Priest, Ban PranoUco,
J A Young, Han Franolbco.
W J Clarke, Gorvala.
A J J.oland, Portland.
M 8 Hurt. Portland.
UbiiJ. H. Woodward, Portland.
Fen. Hatty, Tho Dulles,
O It Dnxter, Grand Rapids.
Albert IleeB, Oiegoulau.
E E ItobbliiH, McCoy.
F O Bayer, Ban Franolra).
H 8 Murry, Knit Francisco
Wall Gran, Gran Opera Co.
John F. Cordray, Portland.
F. Itoy McMlllen. Portland,
llruiio Drier, Portland.
.1. W. Fleloher, Dayton Or.
Win. I.eiuoH, .Bantu Gnu (Jul.
F. Coutos, Santa Crux Cal.
llureii il Hamilton have the best
conditio and hud lounges.
Is an avelniimtion made daily by the
natrons of fitronu's Kestaurant, this i
bueause the food supplied is oaslly dl
KH)tod and iuuludus broad Hindu from
th liutt of wheat and fresh baked at
The Pioimor Bakery.
John Craig, of Macleuy, was yos onlay
admitted to mtlzuughip,
ITALIAN MARINE BAND.
Reserved seat tickets on sale
at the W. II. Burghardt&Co.
Book Store, 263 Commercial
Try the Klitu for Ghrletmns
Cookn in (lye mtmitot, lOo for a 2
uotH, Whole wheat flour, Uuakwlitut, Grajivin,
rolled oats In (lie oltv, O-WS (Qr S6ti.
fyoru tim Flour, inauo Io I'tmuimgu,
For the Opening of tho J3V&ud Ojera
House Wcnl off Right Merrily.
f Tiio Salem military organization
turowopen tiionnnory lUnnuny niguno
John K. Cordray to miction olf seals for
thd opening ulrfht untertuluinont at tlio
Grand opom houeoFridnv's play of
Tlio ball Mat opened and goneral Reed '
fooiin cr.mtcd by nn eloquont opening
speech .for the occasion by Auctioneer J
Friedman, lie Kotsovoral rounds ot np
nlatiso for his reference to this as tho
llncst little theatre on tlio const, and to
Mnnnuer Cord ray as tho best theatrical
manner on the const.
P. It. D'arcy delivered an address on
bohatf of mnmtgor Cord ray which set
lorth tlm ;ood things in store for tho
feulein theatre goers all depondent ii on
their liberal appreciation and shoeing
how it was impossible to give tho best
kind of plays unions tho houso was put-ronis-od.
Then whip in hand tho, oil grizzed
nuetioneor went at it. The llrst box was
knocked t O. II. Meyers at $17 tho
next to Werner JJreyman at $15 and so
on until fonts in the body of the hou o
wore filled rapidly at $1.50 to 2,0i) in
blocks of two to six.
i .Mppfitior at f!itv Hall
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' A.U are invited to attend
partisan Citizen s Ticket at
evening at 7:3o o'clock.
Turn out and support the association
The sale was vory satisfactory and
indicates a largo house on tho first night.
SaIo continued at tho box oliL-o at four
Judge Collins, of Dallas, is a Salem
visitor on business.
Misses Linnio and Ivn Perkins went
to Stay ton foru visit this morning.
J. A. PlcUeim, and J. T. King, two
Mucleay cltUonSj wore Salem visitors
Kov. I). P. Curloy, of Albinii, Is tho
guost of ltuv. W. A. Daly oj St. Joseph's
Mrs. Flora George and children went
to Marion to visit hor paronts, Mr. and
Mrs, A. II. Cornelius.
Mrf. Abhio Iiolinos and Mrs. Klla
IIoIiium, ot Grand Kuplds, Mich., came
upon tho 11:00 o'clock train this morn,
lug, to visit Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Hatch.
STORY OF sllOOTING
Tho story told by the girl, Hose Jur
oino, and her mother, Mrs. Wulcrop, in
in regard to tho circumstances of the iu
eidental shooting of the girl Friday
nighs, has b on corroborated.
l.oo Mitchell way tliu man in tho
story and the place was tho old otllco of
tho brjck mill on Front street. Mr.
Mitihell tells the same story. Tho girl
is doing well,
USE OF ELK TEETH
Colouado Si'iu.sos, Colo., Noy. 27.
Tho local lodge of the lUmovoleut Pio
tcctlvo Order of Elks has appointed a
committee to draft resolutions against
tho wearing of Klk teeth us emblems of
theordor, Kuportad wholosalo slaughter
of Klk in tho wust (or tje totith in
fluonottd this autlon, and copies of the
resolutions will bo tent to the differont
lodges throughout tho country with tho
Idoa of effecting the ubolislimont of
tralllc In Klk teeth.
AN OLD SURVEYOR
GENERAL PASSES AWAY
San Josk, Cnl., Nov. S7. Gunoriil C,
S, Smith, who wus Surveyor-General o(
Nebraska under President Hayes and
lutor City Attorney of Omuhn. died here
last night ot heart trouble. Ho came to
Ran Joso for his health uhout six months
YEW PARK MEAT MARKET
Hadquartorj for the host moat
and lard In tho city. Givo ua a
cull ami ceo ho,v well wo can
pleaso oj. Prompt and curo
ful attontlptt to all orders. : i
Phono, black 9601. : : : i
F. G, BOWERSOX, PROP'P.
C. P. IIISI10I.
N. !l. JUDAU.
J), W. GlliSON.
Alderman, 1st Ward,
Alderman, 2d ward,
8. A. ItlGGS.
Atdormnn, Hit ward,
J, It. 1CUAUS8E. '
Alderman, 3d ward,
Aldcrmr.n, 4th ward,
SKETCH OF THE ,
LATE N 0. PARISH
Mr. Purrlsli tins born in Uochest. r,
New York, April 10, 1830, and mine
with his parents to Oregon in 1840,
and sir.co that time has resided in the
Willamette valley. His father, Jtev
J. L. Parrish, was a missionary sent
out from Now York by tho Mothodlst
church, and upon his arrival was ne
a ratification of the Non-
the City Hall this Tuesday ?
Good speeches will be had.
Salem Giants 8
Time, 3:30 P. M.
and witness a first-class gone.
Higned to work in different parts of tho
Willamette vallo'y, but upon returning
from tlio work, took up his residence- n
Salem with his family.
Norman 0. Parrish was ihtirried in
Salem, to Miss Henrietta Parmonter,
November 21, 18(11. There were b!x
children as ft result of this union, three
of whom Hiuvivo tholr fathor. Thoy
nre: Mrs. Charles II. Hinges, and
Miss Ninu Parrish, of this city, and
MUs Hun Parrish, of Portland. The
deceased was a member of tho Motho
(list church, having been connected
with it for many yeurB. Io was a
charter member of Valley lodge No. 18,
A. 0. U. W., of this city.
Tlio funeral will ho conducted from
thoiesidenco at lj.'JOp. in. tomorrow
(Wednesday) November 38th. Inter
ment will take place in tho Parrish lot
in Leo M Union cemetery.
Some of Them Will Stand for Elec
tion and Some Are Unde
cided. Gen. Oilell wus soon, but 'jo has not
yet accepted tho nomination. Ho ro
inaiki'd: 4,I am not a candidate, and
don't know why I was placed ii) nomi
nation,; Mr. Condlt, tho nominee for recordor,
was seen but had not decided to accept.
Mr. Hlukford, tho nominee for treaa
urui, w.ia seen, but hud not decided to
John Ktttsor. numlnuo fur marshal,
was son und expressed his dotarmiim
tiou tn make tho race.
Coronor D. F. Luito recoived a tel
phono mos'ugo from Indejwndenco yes
jerduy in-questing him to bo on tho
lookout for bQ)y foating in tho rhor,
us it was thought that Ujo
high water might bring out
tho body of Robert Hayes who wuu
r)jiejl in Lu Creole creek near Dallas
6OU10 three wcaku ago.
Corner Luna accordingly phicixl Sim
White on guard at tho big bridge and
spent part of the day there himself, (jut
nooatjiiK body wus seen, und it 'lb
doubtful if it has rondel the rler.
Governor Geer tolay gianted u pardon
to Dennis. Whltmoie.of Wnllowu county,
upon Uo recommeiuiution g( tho trial
Judge nud several hundred cltitens. It
U claimed the young man committed
tho offenco for which he was sentonced
through tho influence 01 oldor persons,
und Is himself u good citron.
Tho nlcfmt tme of combination roses
undsido bourdsat Uuro4& HamlltoiPar
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ITALIAN MARINE BAND.
Reserved seat tickets onsale
at the W, H, Burgliardt & Co.
Book Store, 263 'jgommerrial
Gold framed medallions for Christmas
presents Tho Kltto Studio. II 21 tf
It's a little early to talk
But then we have just received a fine line of
rocking chairs and know that you are thinking
of making a present of some kind. Nothing
would make a more useful as well as orna
mental presenS and the prices we are quoting
on them are the lowest ever quoted by us
Come and select a rocker for a Xmas present,
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we win noici n ior you.
MREcd I F. W. H0LLIS
FIRST DOOR NORTH
PLAN TO BURST
Chicago Spoits Shipping in Large
Quantities from tho East.
Chicago, Nov. 27. If the operations
started today prove successful, Geo. II.
Phillip!!, who apparently controls tho
November corn option, may 1k forced to
accept many more thoupands of contract
corn on delivery day than seemed proh
able, nud tho success of the corner In
that degree modified.
It is stated today that largo quantities
of standard No. '2 corn are being loaded
into cars at Buffalo, and eveu as fur cast
as Montreal, and will bo shipped back
to Chicago. This corn, it id stated, has
bcon rebought by Chicago sports, who
figure on getting it here in time for de
livery to Phillips on this month's con
Exiled President of the Transvaal
" Will Hero Await Triumph
of tlio Boers.
Nkw Yomc, Nov. 27. Samuel Pearson
formorly Commissary Goneral of tho
Transvaal army who has jiiBt arrived in
this country with a number of other
rcfugcos Is responsible for tho statement
that President Kruger will probably
soon sock refugo and a permanent home
"President Kruger will leave Paris
soon I hi'llove" said General Pearson
"and come to America where with his
wife ho will maka a home until such
(.imp na our arms Iihvo triumphed and
ho can return to tho South African hV
public to tuko up again his ofHco as Chief
Exocutivo of tho Bqors "
Paiiim, Nov. 27. Kruger began tho
day by making an nflici.il call upon the
Nuw Yomc, Nov. 27. Tho Actor's
Church Allianco of America has begun
uii activo campaign ugaint Sunday
theatrical performances and its mom
liors promise to koop it up until actors
liavo 0110 day of rest lirsaven. It claims
tohavocatiBol tho arrests which havo
boon uiado at New York theatres the
past threo Sundays and it is now keep I
nn eye on tho prosecution of those case.
Robert 15. A. Dprr, publisher of the
Now York Mail und Express, died to
day. Thosa big dining chairs for 5 50 per
pet nro leaders. Huron & Hamilton
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Advertisements under this
head 5c a line each Issue
FRKNOH LHSS0N8. Given at homo
or to class in any part of city. Horn
nnd educated In Franco. Lydiu Rich,
1), Street, Sulein. 11 27 tf
Is near at hand and wo am ready to
furnish all who coma with prepared
mlnco moat and delicious fruit to make
tho plum pudding. Crnnborries, nnd
first class groceries sold by Hraunon A
Change In Schedule
Commencing Monday Dec. 3rd Tho
O. U. T. (;p.'8 Stoamors Altona and Po
mona will leave for
cept Sunduy, at 8 a. m
u ii t
Laco urlHlns alid draporloa at Uuren
When coiisiderlnir where jou will
take your Thanksgiving dinner, romorn
hor that one of the inoit pleasant eating
rooDia in tho city und where tho Bervice
la first-clan with tables loaded witli the
best of fond and luxuries iito to found ut
tho St. Elmo Restaurant.
Barrels o! Money
Would not buy ti bettor
tho btamlard Rotnr
It's perfection luolf.
Youcnp't fitd a better raaohine
lrico", uo matter it
High me5d, two In ona. look and chain
stitch, larger twhiujl, ensy running.
Mora good points than many other onV
P. A Q3IQGINS
H07 OomrnoriMal St.
ST Carbido for jour gas lamp, 2 pounds
for 26 cents.
Patton's Clubbing Oiler
Wc want your subscription busi
ness and we therefore make f Ills
offer until December 15 : : :
McClures, Cofuiionolitaii, Munsey
12.05. Hi milar price f!).t)0.
Cosmonolilau. McClures, House
hold, $2 35. Kegulur price :i.00.
Cosmopolitan. Household, Current
Literature, $3 00. Jtegular price
$5 00 ,
McCluro, Art Student, HoiiFel.old,
$:j.00. Hegular price 2.00.
Sticeess, Pearsons, Cosmopolitan,
$150. Regular price 12.01).
Harper's Weoklv, Success; House
hold, $0.00. Regular price $ 1.50
We furthermore will accept any
combination offer advertised.
This notice will not appear azaln
so cm It out. : : : : : : :
Patton's Book Store,
For the next two
weeks at the Fair
Store. wc must
have the room for
our Holiday goods. I
Now is your time,
wc mean what wc :
say. X X
M YOURS FOR BARGAINS M
M THE FAIR STORE 1
274 Commercial St..
Grand Opera House
JOHN F. CORDRAP, Manager.
Mr. Cordray begs tq lumouiuo spc
pml engaemont ol tho famous JULES
GPAU OJ'KRA COMPANY, present
ing threo wonderful productions Fr.
dny und Saturday. Novombor 30th and
December 1st. With special matineo
Friday Night, El Capitan
ny Request cChimcs of Normandy
Saturday Night. .Little Tycoon
Largo and Powerful Chorus. Aug
mented Orohostru. A Cur Load of
Royal Marine Band
OF ITALY WILL GIVE
ONE NIGHT CONCERT
Friday Evening Nov. 30, 19C0
SlgnorFerrucc'oClannlnl. Grand Opirallc Tenor.
and Slgnor Giovanni Sctaro. Ilarplsi,
RESERVED SEATS ON SALE AT THE
W. I-J, BURGHARDT CO,
263 Commercial qt.
Bids ior Fire Hose
Notice is herein' lIvh Hmt UUai...i i.m.
will bo received ut tho otllco of the un
dursigned, up to 5 o'clock i. in of Tues
I?' nwComH !.lh- im 'or furnishing
ii,a F,ly,nLsi'lom 0r0. with Six
Hundred (000) foot of first class rubber
Ire hoso nnd ooupllnus. All bids must
bo uccompnnicd by n cortitlad check in
the sum of tm porentof b. offered
and tho Common Council reserves thp
right to rejeotany and all bids submitted
m this ImI.uU Dono by ordornf the
Common Council, thU tli, day of Nov
um bor, 1000.
11 W City Itecorder.
Ber th 0 1 1 ht& "HI H3T9 Uif Botfa
" ''.y mMflifcTll
WILL TAKE PLACE SOON. IN ORDHR To
MAKE "I HE CHANGE, THE STOCK HAS TO DE
REDUCED NEARLY- ONE-HALF
And to sell ruittdlv. there must bo Bomo
inducement to tho purchnser. Tliio
thoy nro euro to have. Wo start tho
great destruction of tlio prices on our
stock immediately, and vfll tuko about
110 days. It will enable vou to buy n $15
suit of clothes for $11, n f'l suit for $7.60,
a $10 suit for $0.50. an $8 suit for $5. In
children's clothing you will gut tho
Men's rubbers worth 70c. for 00c and
GOc rubbers for 40c. Ijullea' rubbers
worth tlOe for !18c. Children'H rubbora
tho same proportion nud tho sumo in
Rubber hoots, n discount of 20 per
MnoklntoiluH fnr men nud ladles at
00c on tho dollar.
Spool cotton, best brands, ut 20c per
dorcn. Ten cent spool silk for five cents.
A package of chenillu or nrraseuo to sell
for Do, worth 10c.
Km broideries ut 00c on tho dollar;
PuBeamoutry trimmings nt half prico.
Ladies' shocu worth $0 for 75c; all ln
dies' shoes cost $2, $2.00, $3, $3.00 to ho
sold for 00c. Children's bIioos Just half
Overalls worth 00c for 38c.
All our men's underwear at GOc on tho
Men's ovorehirtfl nt GOe on tho dollar.
.Men's collars, tho 20c nnd 10c grade,
nt 8c, tho 12'2c grade for 7c, tho 10c for
Dlankuts, (juiltB, counterpanes will ho
sold nt a discount of 20 per cent.
This will ffive consumers an opportunity (o pur
chase (he best grade of goods at a lower price
than has been heard of in Salem before. Those
who know the value of money, and have sense
enough to know a good thing when it is of
lered to them will come and partake of this
great sale at. X X X X X
Cor. State and
SEASONABLE GOODS AT
Dressskirts, Underskirts,-Wool Shirt waists and Fascina
tors at 1-3 discount from Regular prices.
Our purchase of travellers samples, at 1-3 discount
a Dies us to oo so.
Having purchased the stock of .the Ooborn Racket Stoti
at a great discount, I will sell shoes at wholesale cos
and some for less.
Location First Door
Fine .Buckles, Tips and Plumes
The Litest In hats and inany
other novelties at tlio
NEW miLLINBRY &TORB
MRS. D, L, FIESTER, First Door South ol
i.ik.1 kir cc
T"E CAPITAL BUSINESS
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rho present year. You will find hero skillful teachers, correct iiellS:
aquipmonts. Students ndmlttml at nnv
mitlllni'MA mlilrnaa ir
Kllrjcera Beck,Succesoi8 to Souih8aeii
Bottlirti Works. .
All oidora forbotilod beor will lw tilled
nt the brewery. Kent on cold storniro.
Fres city dolivery. T.dnnnB -37.
Get a Premium on, ....
Ulghost cash price paid at Uilbart
Uros. Rank, oppoito Gray nroe, Hold
jjovorninent license ua dealers In all
kinds of Becuntiop. 11-KMf
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Sawed Wood and
2000 Finest cedar posts just
received and for sa'e at
D. S. BENTLEY & CO
Ph0ae30' 319 Front St.
at X' x
Lntest styles of ladies' ,MkolaaU
sold ior cue, nil other vi-IipIm.. "
A $2, $2.00 nnd $ 1 rsct for it ,,
iuu uuihui, ior '1UC. " "'
Mon'a workimt elnv,.D i. .
30 per cont. The ,,;;'..' .."."'"M
The best kid gloves at Imlf p
Feathoro, tips nnd plninca wn'rii
to70(MoboBoldforlUCeaCl '"' ft
Towels nt two-thinls their valuo.
Table clothos,20 ,M,r cent. dtiewiL
All dress goodB, 30 per cent uW,
Ournlmlsto rcul.ro alwut itfcoiiu.
dollar average, on alwut $I0,0W
nf goods, and must be iloiie wUhhJ
dayB from tho 10th of November.
Neckties, 30c graile for 20. En,. .l
for :i0c, tho 20c bow b tor lftV.
8px that will woar tim pricei ont .
Belling nOOepuir for :it.. VMj
20c. A 16c pair for U... A 10c $
(tc, nnd n 6c pair for 3c.
A fountain pen worth SOcforBc.
A box of papor and onvelopa vortk
10c for -In.
Tnblo cutlery nt GOc on the dollar
Rozorfl. Btrops. and knives, irtid
worth n dollar lor (KV.
Com. Sts. Salem Or.
South of the Postoftce,
A a an InVKUlllldlll. IMS I0W,!
dividends. This fact Is (lemonjW-
continnully by our gradual.
our students huoner0f,uw
nrofltuble empluyir enldnrtar W
twoweeks. Plan now towo"-
COLLEGE. SALEAL ORfqO".
Hmo. Vhdiars welcome ForillM""!
T l .... I.ln..lnal RaleO). Urfg""
,T , a. (JIAI.E.&, . ..w.,-", -
all occasions, i s '
203 Cottate and Ferry StSU""
ftnd ixt. H rt term UB Ti, tW I
Hemi r tirmt Mw t!
Mmlc room Vo. 7 r"""""
School and Business
Common ecbool. Hu . i
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