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f A Happy New Year To A
A good resolution to start the year with would
be to do your trading at our store.
Begin the year right and you will be right
The most interesting part of the newspapers
next week will be our clearance sale.
Watch This Ad.
Our Store Will Be Closed
Now that the Christmas rush is
over we wish all haying glasses
presented from our store to call as
early as possible to haye lenses
refitted free of charge. We will
giye our special attention to this
branch of our business from now
on. EYES TESTED FREE.
CP-JAS, H. HINGES,
88 State Street.
Chlcngo, Dec. 31. Whoat. 72 I
San Francisco, Doc. 81. Wheat.
GOLD DUST FLOUR
THE SIDNEY POWER COMPANY
Made for family use, ask your
grocor for It. Bran and
aborts always on hand.
A. T. WAIN Affent
-Boxes a Specialty
144 State St.
A. I. EOFF.
EOPF & HARTLEY
llli he t market price ptll
Finest mttti and wultry ddlvtrtd at
lowest eurket price.
140 State Street
Phone 2853 Main.
J. M. HOWELL
In Btelctr'a Fieti Market, State Street
IJwali weals of all kind, liama, should
Jera, bacon, lard, eto. Prompt Service
- , c n t TVTVTIN
All Pay Hew Years.
JL $umr , -
Next Door to Ladd & Bush'a Bank.
Fuller & Douglas
5lb pall laid.
Sago or Taploeo
lb Paarl 13nrloy.
1 Cnn Dunbnr's .Shrimps.
1 pnekago Cold Wator Starch.
2 Pnokagea Force.
1 Pint bottle Snkler's Catsup.
1 pint Dest Grade Matmniillla Olives.
1 lb can Guaranteed Dnklng Powder.
Vt-lb can Guarnntsod nnklng Powder.
2 lbs good Costa Rice Coffee.
3 cans beet Standard Tomatoes.
3 cans best Iowa Coriiu
2 cans. Prsferred Stock Main Corn,
3 paokagea Seeded Raisins,
STATE NEWS ITEMS.
Firemen Injured on Duty.
Milwaukee, .Dec 31. The Albreasoh
carriage factory was burned thin
morning. A falling wall Injured Sx
firemen, nonw fatally. TJ10 loss is
Branson & Pagan
Have lust received a larco sunnlv at
Chase & Saubom's colebratad coffft
Quarauqil to, b the boat tn the roar
vuW (ji j-ouj? orders.
THE DAILY JOURNm, OREGON.WEDNkSDAY, 'DECEMBER 3Jtl002.
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ws On the
uimiu uuiift 4iger
ine mercy oruov
lruuiiiiK, will., uvc. lrjlc coro.
nor'a Jury, wlilch has bilvpstlent
ing the wreck at WaustoL-p ruay
night, in which 28 llvlr nat
brought In a verdict sho
night Inst night. Tho
It Is as
wo una uint Attunr kickottB
was -killed in tho collisli wnn
stead on tho evening of lyi do
comhor 20, 1A02; that 8al,iBipn
was caused by wrong oil i,0inK
glvon No. 5 nt Watford. Tdioii.iii.
ty for wrong orders wcro Weed
upon as botwoon Operator L tM(
Dispatcher Korr. That iifKj0i 5
had left Wntorford by the llco of
wrong orders, wo consldor ll10 nc
cldont could have boon nlj 0y
tliQ o)orator nt Wyonilnlng-8
Court Junction, had tho ralllc,om.
pany hnd moro experienced itors
at thoso points (one holng bl),oy
of 10), at onch of which nil iim
dlspntchors having amplo tin ,in
It and ondoavorod to got tho iI1(r
trains sioppod. '
iiui- mo jury unniiou in ilioiict
w. w. Poio, counsel for tho
Trunk, was Intorvlowod.
"I don't boo whoreln tho fact
boy of 10, who was in charge nt
Court Junction, hnd anything
with tho accldont," he said. '
don't employ boys, we will never
Mr. Iok would not tnlk of piol
future action In the matter.
Additional Appointments arc
Washington. Dec. 81. The members
of tho Sennte and House Naval com-
miueu. nner a conference with tho
Take Your Sunday Dinner
at Strong's Restaurant from
St a. m. to 8 p. m.
ijollud Salmon, Taitar Sauco.
Pried RmliiB. Tomato Sauce.
poose with Jelly.
TueKbj. wtli Crenberry Sauce.
Stuff! Shoulder of Mutton.
Orange Custard. "
T. Coffee. MUfc
Oyster Cocktails, lOe. Sardlues,ic.
Pofnto Salad, le. Oream Cheese, k.
Chlekeu Tamala. Ho Cgld Ham. 1
Siloed Pineapple, 10e. '
Poaones aud Oreoni. lOe.
Celery, lOo, Din pioklos. Sr.
Queen Ollv&s. ic, ABet. Cakes.
Wine, Ale, lieer,
secretary of tho navy, bavo practic
ally decided on, a plan for tho Increase
of tho porsonnol of tho navy. It con.
templates an nddltlonal naval tndol
for each congressional district, two for
each sonntor. and 10 annually to' be
appointed nt laigo by the President.
Tho dllllculty In connection with tho
Inequality In classes which would ro
suit from tho sudden Injection of tho
Incrdnsod allowanco is to bo solved by
giving tho socrotary of tho navy the
discretion of determining tho times nt
which now appointments nro to bo
Assaults Editor of San
San Francisco, Doc 31. Manager
William), of the Kxnmlnof, wns as
saulted by J. Llndbcrg. a millionaire
Klondlkor, because his paper pub
lished tho story that Miss Motson.
promlnont hole 'as the sister of Llnd
berg's attorney, foil In love with him,
whom ho was to educate and thon she
would wed him. I.lndberg wns nrrost
ed. Moorish Revolt Spreading.
Tangier, Doc. 31. Reports from tho
boloagurod city of Fez. this afternoon
says Unit tho rovolt within tho city Is
spreading, and says that tho safety of
tho women and missionaries Is as
Railways Will Unload.
Chicago, Doc. 31. Toatimony In
the coal shortage Inquiry shows
the fact that tho railways and doalors
aro In the combination. Tho railway
have been permitting the use of tho
yards and aide tracks for tho utorago
of cars of coal, charging a small de
murrage only. The railway oinclals
have promised tho aldermnnlc bonitl
this atternooti that they would order
all the cars emptied Immediately. Tho
dealers will thus be compelled to low
or the prices on account of tho over
stock. Thp city's average daily con
sumption Is 1000 tons.
Superintendent Potter, of the Clio
aa Indlnn school aunouucoH thnt
'game betwoen the Indians and tho
lance football olovon, of San Fran
10. will bo pluyod on the William-
University Around. In this city on
Saturday aftornoon. Tickets will
dnced on salo In this city nt onco,
tho SalcnT people will be oxpectod
ttend In largo numbors, for If thoy
lot tho Chemawa boys aio apt to
e out behind financially.
ounty Clerk Roland this afternoon
tied mart-lago licensee as follews:
dr. Roberts and I.cnora Kay; Jamoe
ilonOH mid Nettle Williams; Ira P.
Bnllton and Iva K. Smith; G. W. HI-
and Mrs. S. A. I.osllo; Jncob M.
molly and Nina M. Damon.
rank II. Campbell, who has for
oral days boon In a critical condl-
with typhoid fever nt tho Salem
ipltal, Is roportod somo bettor to
r. Mr. Cnmpbolf has boen In churgo
the building or the Salem postofilce
tho Campbell Construction Com-
jny, of Chicago.
ake a pleasant herb drink, the next
irnlng I feel bright and my com
jxlon Is better. My doctor says It
ts gently on the slomacho, liver and
dnoys, and Is n pleasant laxatlvo. It
made of herbs, and is preparod as
slly aa ton. It Is called Lane's mod-
Inc. All druggists sell it nt zee and
cents. Lanes Family Medicines
ovca tho bowels each day. It you
hnnot get It, sond for free samples.
ddresB, Orator woouwara, heuoy,
How does your umbrella stand the
cattier? REMEMBER wt, recover
nd repair them.
8HIPP & HAUSER.
Fresh eggs and butter from our
tores at Aumsvllle and hlehama, at
peer Bros. 'Phone 2491. ll-lMf
1 H n 1 1
JREGON LAW SCHOOL JOURNAL.
(OroRQn Law Journal.)
1 The Oregon Law School Journal
seoraa to bo filling a long felt want
It was founded principally for tho ptfr
poso of assisting the Oregon Law
Sghool. Its founders, howevor, havo
not lost sight of tlio faot there are
many wrongs to redress which tho
members of tho bar havo been sub
Jeoted for a long period of time. Its
aim at nil tunas will he to promote the
Interest oX Utoae angfiged In the prac
tice ojf1nv. .
U li" well known Uiat the practice of
Haw 'Is an arduous aud exacting vooa
Mloiu It tho .courts, whlah aro sun-
l10sed Q be "eutra.1 and hold the- scajos
f j"ltfB8 V&ny balaueed, arc dftStl-
To Assimilate Food
sec that your stomach and
liver are in proper condition.
To do it easily and pleasant
Bold Kttrywh.r. In bomlOcanilase.
tuto of tho finor sentiments which
cause them to nrcord attorneys ro
pcctful treatment, the business of tho
lawyer Is made doubly hard. Wo do "not
ask for any favors at the hands of the
court, but It will bo the policy of this
Journal to demand and Insist upon
equal and oxnet justice Nothing more,
nothing loss. If thore Is any Judgo In
the State of Oregon thnt Is not willing
to nccord tho niomhois of tho bnr tho
courtesy which Is due, ho may expect
to bo forced Into nn ncqulosconco and
recognition of tho duties which ho
owes to tho bnr. No guilty man In
this regard will escape us. Wo do not
expect to bo overly nlco or hypercritic
al, but wo do propose If It Is possible to
do so, to put an end to tho Insolence
wlilch It hns been tho great misfor
tune of tho bnr to exporlonco. Until
an attornoy can go Into every couit
of this State nnd holdup his head like
n in nu without fear or fnvor of tho
couit, nnd without tho expectation of
being grossly Insulted In tho presence
of all parties In tho court room, wn
will fool thnt we havo not accom
plished one of our missions.
- Ilnvlng a pergonal acquaintance with
most of the attorneys who have pine
tlced In the Stnto of Oregon for tho
pnst forty years, woshnll, fiom time to
tlmo. mnko word pictures of nnd give
short blogrngphical sketchos of them
nnd indulge In reminiscences thnt will
not only bo Instructive but Interest
Ing. Tho monibers of tho bar thnt care
to road a llvo, wide awnko Journul
which will ndvocnto what Is right ro
gardloss of friend or foe, should sub
scribe at once for tlto Oregon Law
School .lourunl. Kncli mumbor of tho
bnr cnn lest nssuioil his Interests nlinll
not bo neglected.
While we shall contend .for tho
rights of tho nttornoys, yet wo shall
not overlook tho Interests of the busi
ness 111011, mechanics, laborers nnd nil
elnsses of our citizens Wo shnll print
extrn copies of our publication of this
Issue, to be distributed free of ehnrgo,
so thnt the liusfiiosH men nnd others
who nre nut oiigngod In tho practice of
tho Inw mny havo an opportunity of
oxamlnlng tills Law Journal and bo
enabled to ascertain that their rights
will not be neglected by us. Wo fool
quite sure that tlto small price of sub
scription asked for, will more thnu be
repaid to them, by tho Information on
Important law .questions and knowl
edge they will acquire by reading the
Oregon Law School Journal.
Poitlnnd. Dec. 31 A plot, by the
murderers, Holding and Smith, to es
cape from the Jail here, has be on dis
favored. A woman was to carry cay
enne paper ami black-Jacks Into tho
pilsou to overcome the Jailer, and'
thereby mnko good tholr escape. Dn
tectlvos foiled tho schomo.
THE PURE Jr
If you use Graln-0 in place of
coffee you will onjoy It just as
much for it tastos the same; yet, it
is liko n food to tho system, dig.
tribuUng- tho full substance of tho
pure grain with every drop.
TRY IT TO-DAY.
At gtottti eti7Ybere ; 13c. anil 43c ptr package.
PEOPLE'S BARGAIN HOUSE.
A General Clean Up.
For the next few days we will have a general clean upj
throughout the entire store. Odds and ends, also oaa m
of all kinds of goods will be sold regardless o cost. rnrdmQf
Remnants of Dress Goods sflks, Velvets, Corturg
Waistings, Outing Flannels, Table Linens, White uou
Calicos and Ginghams. . .. niarc Hosiery,
Odd lots of lilk Handkerchiefs, Silk Mufllers, Hog
Underwear, Neckties, Suspenders, Coniforts dw .
Fascinators, Dress Skirts, Ladies Wool and "
Ribbons. Ladies' Belts, Ladies' Wrappers and Silk wai
Dolls and Toys sold regardless of cost. rt
r t. , , -. .
A rare bargain In rcJj
being a good hoast!
two lots and bam 5
sightly place and A.
sirable location, apply J
at once, to I
t A "C TTJr-r t
S "' A wt 9. tt
5 Journal Ollice,
KIHB vHHBI f BH HHSll
Two Jersey Bulls
Rest full-blooded Jerseys bulls f(
service TomiB cash. A. Rich, on
street, Englewood. 'East of railroad.
Horo aro four second hand sowfiH
machines which havo boon tliorouRfiT
overhauled and put In order, so thnfl
they nro rondy for Inimcillato in
Any of them Is a bargain for son
one who doesn't wish t pay the pn
of a now ono Just now,
A good box-head Domestic
A Crown,'in good condition
A White, excellent condition
A Household, equally good 0
Thoro nro a few othr ,-s In the lav
arm kinds at 5.00.
Wo also havo a few mnrhlne stand
good for typewriters, nt $1.00 fach.
If your mnchlno needs repairing
bring It down and have Mr. Hurley,'
a thoroughly experienced repairman.
lit It for you. All woj'k guaranteed '
or no pay. If you wish him to call a,t I
IIIO IIOUHC, pilOIlO IN O. .11)1 .1101".
Needles and pnits for all mactiln
Heat nncdlos 2Cc a dozen. Why pa;
moro? Finest machine oils on tl
mnrkot, Nye's or Howard's. Dqi
buy poor oil, It makes repair bllli. -, .
F. A. WIGGINS,
255-257 Llborty St., Snlem
Farm Machinery, Hlcyclos, Sowing
Machines and Supplies.
N. H. BURLEY, Sewing Machine
Flrst-clnss lunches served at the new
Noble lunch counter at all hours, day
or night. We will make a special
ty of sandwlchos, sauor kraut, and
wloner-wurst, clam chowdor, and
In fact nil thnt goes to make up a first
class lunoh. We desire to call es-
peolal attention to tho business men'a
lunoh thnt will bo served dally from 11
a."m. until 2 p. m.
ALEX, CORNOYER Prop.
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St.. Salem, Of.