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THEJJAILY JOURNAL, OACEM, OREQON, MONDAy, 'NOVEMBER 23, 1903.
Twenty Thousand Dollars
SLA HOO Of New Goods received since Sept.
UcUIU jst New goods arriying daily. Be
low a few recent arrivals are mentioned.
New Dress Goods , Ladies' Tailor Suits
Fancy mixed goris arrived The suit8 tbat we bavo
Tuesday. A groat big value , , ,. , ,
iu these. Eegular $1.50 bcoa looking for for somo
values for time are hero. They are the
go very latest stylos. Wo in-
i vito you to come and see 'om
New Black Pendants x and judge the values.
Ilavo you soarchod in vain New Golf Gloves
for thorn. A fine assortment
now at both Btoros. Ilavo you see the beauti-
i ful selections made for these
New Parses two stores. They will .cer-
. , . ,. , , . tainly please you.
Avery olegant lino of chain J ' J
purses just recoivod of both
stores. Regular price from 50c New Fancy
to $4, salo prico reduces them Handkerchiefs
7 STOCKTON Ua n d k o r -
New Aprons chiefs stand for tho hand-
Dainty and pretty enough eomost lino over brought to
for ovory American queen. tho city Thoso bought by
""" Stockton & Co., aro up to tho
New Belts same high standard. They
Tho vory latest from Now aro ready for your inspec
"Washington, Nov 23, A glgoqtlc
strugglo between the cement forces oi
tho West has found Its way to Wash
ington. It Is holleved that congress
will bo Involved boforo long. The Is
suo Is whether tho government shall
bo allowed to continno tho erection of
cement mills at tho Tonto Dam In
Arizona and sell cement to tho farm
ern of tho valley at less than $3 a bar
rel, or, by suspending that work, com
pel thorn to pay ) a barrel.
Tho Tqnto dann when completed,
will bo 230 feet high, and will require
moro than 200,000 barrels of cement
If tho present plan Is carried out tho
cost will bo $2,700,000. If tho trust wins
$1,000,000 moro will bo required. The
hearing will bo hold boforo tho secrc
tary of tho Interior Tuesday. All tho
Ingredient requisites for tho manufac
ture of comont aro there. Tho gov
crnmont has already $1000 of roof
chlnory on tho gVound. Thirteen hun
dred land owners have bonded them
selves to reimburse tho government
In ten years for Its expenditures. The
trust's contention, is that tho govern
ment's manufacture of cement would
Oregon, Colorado, Utah, Montana
and other Irrigation states aro Intense
ly lntorestcd In tho outcomo of the
Jno. F. Cord ray, Mgr.
Wed. Nov. 25
A Society Event
Mr. Frcdorlck Bplosco Presents
and a superior company in tho sen
sation of tho ago
By David Belasco
Special Bconory, Special costumes,
Scats on salo at box ofllco Wcdnosdny
at 9 a. m.
Orchestra first four rows 75c
Orchestra next 2 rows $1.00
Orchestra last 3 rows $1.50
Balcony 1st 3 rows $1.50
Balcony next 2 rows $1.00
Dress Clrclo 1st 3 rows $1.50
Dress Clrclo last 4 rows $100
At Mount Raatus.
A dispatch from Balcer City states
that tho county recorder, tho first of
tho wook, recoivod for record 19 loca
tion notlcos from tho Mount Itastus
Jim Cleary, a veteran minor nnd
prospector, roltoratos his statepicmt
that tho camp Is all right, and says
that, rogardlcss of tho opinion of oth
ers, and tho "knocking" that has boon
going on, ho knows thoro aro great
values In tho camp, and dovolopmcnt
work will justify his faith In it
G. fi. Moulton, who hns just returned
from tho Mount Itastua district,
brought in a largo quantity of oro
namplos, a plrtlon of which ho sunt to
tho Corvallls collogo for analysis. Mr.
Moulton snys that, llko any other now
camp, it will tako a great dool of
work thoro to develop it nnd show
what 1b in tho ground, but ho )a con
fident that gold values aro thoro In
paying quantities. Ontario Argus.
Lecture, "Devil and Hit Works."
At 7:30 p. m.. November 24th; hall,
Tumor block, 203 Commercial street)
Chicago. Nov. 23. Wheat. 80079.
Gold Dust Flour
THE SIDNEY POWER COMPANY,
Mado for family use. Ask your
grocer for It Bran and shorts al
ways on hand.
A. T. Wain, Agt.
Fresh Peantrt Taffy
144 State 8t
Call and see as before yoo
sell yoar Crop
fames M. Kyle & Co
Rat Defies Electricity.
As a roeult of a fight botwoon
Thomas, tho pot cat at tho Sherman
houso, and n rat, evidently too largo to
bo mastered by tho follno, tho main
wlro whloh supplies tho hotel with
oloctrlclty was gnawed through and
tho patrons dined by candlo light lost
As tho lights woro suddenly exting
uished sounds of a strugglo woro
hoard issuing from tho basomont
Carrying candles bollboys, patrons,
nnd clerks ran to learn tho causo of
Aftor-tho searchers had stumbled
ovor boxes and packages for half an
hour Thomas was discovered guarding
a rnt, which was wedged botwoon two
oloctrle light wires on tho switch
board, and a wlro was found to liavo
boan gnawed through.
Tho porlod of darkness was longth
oned by tho falluro of tho gaslights to
burn nnd all woro forcod to content
themselves with tho light furnished
Got a Bad Fall.
Allco Hatch, tho Ilttlo daughtor of
Mall Carrier George E. Hatch, foil
out of tho loft of a neighbor's barn
Saturday ovonlng, whlio playing, and
sustained Injuries from which Bho is
now confined to hor bod. Tho .little
girl, with othors, was playing, whon
sho stopped on a board that gavo way,
and she was thrown violently to the
ground, 1G foot bolow. Sho wont
homo, but soon bocamo 111, and foil In
to a soml-unconscfous condition, re
maining thus until this morning, when
sho rogalncd consciousness. Modlcal
nsslstanco was promptly secured, but
thus far It has not b:cn ascertained
whether or not sho suffered internal
f A Generous Offer.
Joseph Moyors ft Sons havo a
standing offor to glvo a sack of floui
to any family that ncods a ilttlo holp
at this tlmo of tho year for a Thanks
giving prosont if you know a deserv
ing family that would appreciate
such n prosont loavo word with tho
public-spirited hoad of the woll-known
Whlto Cornor firm.
For Rent NIcoly furnished room, nt
No. 37 Commercial Blroot, two doors
south of Oak. 11-23-Ot
For Sale. Twonty norea of land, throe
miles from Chemawn. Noarly enough
timber on It to pay for It. A. W.
Prwwott, 175 Mill street Snlom.
Wanted. Chambermaid nt tho Salem
lodging houso. 1 1-23-3 1
For 8ale. Four choice stock boar
pigs; Poland China, weight 135
pounds. C. Nelson. Routo No. G, on
George Allan place, East Salem.
Oregon T. Rlotor, No. 3,694, A.
J 0. C, took first promlum at all
Northwest fairs in 1903. Ileady for
service on Qardon Road, near S. P.
traok. L. F. MARS, Prop.
Ot, bad accounts,
Prompt service, No
Tho advortlsomont of the Yokoho-
ma Toa Storo of a 100-ploco Havlland
china set valued at $33.00 for $30.00
should havo road for $20.00. This Is
n groat reduction, which tho lauloa
should look up.
TAYLOR WEBBER, At tho rosl
denco of tho bride's parents, In
North Salem, Saturday ovonlng,
November 21, 1903, Miss Mabel
Wobber to Ralph Taylor, Eldor A.
Notice of Election.
Notice Is hereby given that an elec
tion will bo held In the City of Snlom,
Oregon, on tho first Monday Iu Do
comber, 1903, tho same being tho sev
enth day of said month, and that the
polls for said election will boopon from
10 o'clock a. m. until 4 o'clock p. m.
on said day, for the purpose of voting
A Mnyor, to fill the unexpired term
of ofllco of Hon. O. P. Bishop, re
Blgnod. One Aldorman from the first
ward, for a period of two years. One
Aldorman from tho second ward, for
a period of two years. One Alderman
from the third ward, for a period of
two years. Ono alderman from the
fourth ward, fooa porlod of two yonrs.
Ono Aldorman from tho flfth ward, for
a period of ono year. One AldoTian
from tho fifth ward, for a period of
two years. Ono Aldorman from the
sixth ward, for a porlod of ono year
Ono Alderman from tho sixth ward,
for a period of two years. Ono Alder
man from tho seventh ward, for a pe
riod of ono year. Ono Aldormnn from
tho sovonth ward, for a period of two
years. And FOR or AGAINST tho
Issuance of bonds to redeem tho tssuo
mado by tho city of Salem in 188G, in
tho sum' of $30,000, for brldgo pur
poses. Tho polling places for Bald olectlon
shall be as follews:
First Ward Frooland's factory, Di
vision and High streets.
Second Ward Police court room,
Third 'Ward Frooland's store,' State
street near High.
Fourth Ward Rod Front livery
stable, Commorclal and Trade streots. j
Fifth Ward W. L. Wade's coopor
shop, LIborty street, near Wndo's
Sixth Ward Car barn, Twonty-flrst
and Stnto streets.
Seventh Ward Jory fruit 'dryor,
Commorclal and Bush streets.
Done by order of tho Common Coun
cil ot tho City of Salem, Oregon, this
23d day of November, 1903.
(Heal) N. J. JUDAH,
City Recorder, Salem, Oregon.
Oar Winter Business
A complete line of umbrella
covers to select from, prices from
$1.00 up. Handles 25c up.
for WINTER RIDING
To fit all makes of wheels.
Shipp & Hatfser
Opposite Capital Nat. Bank,
o -a. ej v o aes. x .a. .
34nth yTha Kind Yon Haw tors &KjT
Second Hand Machines
Thore aro a numbor ot most excel
lent bargains In second hand sowing
machlnos on our floor. Those wo
havo taken In trado for now machlnos
and havo overhauled them and put
them In good sowing ordor. They
run from $5.00 to $10.00 and aro all
Machlnos repaired by N. II. Durloy,
a thoroughly oxporloncod sowing ma
chine man, and all work guaranteed.
Best noodles for nil
Finest Bporm oil for
kind that wont gum.
F. A. WIGGINS
255-257 Liberty St, Salem.
Farm Machinery, Dlcyclos, Automo
biles, Sewing Machines and Supplies
N. H. Burlev
Sewing Machine Repairing.
VAN AL8TINE, GORDON X CO
ulto 4 27BH Commorclal St,
'Phone Main S01.
A. R. MORGAN & CO, Managers
Values of Stfve
Qur groat fall wnro ealo of Rogers Knives, Forks, Soup Spoons
and Tea Spoons is still going oh nnd scores of oustoraora f re being
mado happy by saving 20 ir emit on theso old roliablo goods.
ROGERS "1817" aud our own SPECIAL BRANDS oro the best
goods on tho market, and were never before sold at so low a figure
m Salem. Consult our stoak and loam our prices boforo buying.
CHAS. H. HINGES, Jeweler and Optician,
88 State Street. Next door to latjd a Busa's Bask.
I Large Turkey Platters and cle !
S You may need one and can get one cheap for your 5
J 1 hanksgivmg dinner.
Fresh roasted Coffee and fine Teas a specialty
Try our fresh roasted Porto Rice Coffee at 25c
jj Notice our advertisement in .tomorrow's paper.
I Yokohama Tea
$ Three New Shapes
In Blucher and Bal shoes
New last, best fitter on
See our new enamel and box
calf shoes at
99 State St. Salem, Oregon.
et Ready fo the!;
iou snouio take ad-"
!! vantage of our great sale!!
! ! of table linens. Onlytwo-
;; aays more in which to fin;
your needs at the sale i
Don't Be Lat
A ? I!'1
Say, Misses, Don't You Know
That you can't got a good Thanb
giving dlnnor unless you hayo pxxl
groceries. Now Just go to Branson I
llagan's and seo what thoy can do for
Modern Woodman Dance.
Tho Modorn Woodmen will gife
grand ball Thanksgiving night Get
tickets from mombers. Admission H
Oregon Fine Relief
Oregon's Great Mutual Insurance Co.
$15,440,588 Insurance at rWr.
Safe, economical Insurance for the
people. Head office. McMlnvltU. Or.
II, A. JOHNSON, Asrent for Marlon Co.
JO. MILLER. JO, BECK.
German Market i
Just oponod, noxt door to Har
rltt & Lawronco'd grocery storo.
a clean, now markot, whoro all
kinds of moat can be had. Low
prlcoa and prompt delivery our
motto. Wo mako a specialty of
flno Gorman sausago of all
kinds. Give us a call.
We have a fine tract of timber
land near Cottage Grove
, 1000 acres will make
about 4 million feet to 1-4
section. From 100 rods
to 1 1-2 miles of river
This is a" snap.
Two acres, with good 5 room
house, large barn, plenty
of fruit, 1-2 acre of vet
ches, for rent at 55.00
per month. 1-2 mile East
R. R. Ryan
Great Money Savers Offered
For Monday and Tuesday's Sale
A little consideration and careful etudy on the part of the people wi"
very soon clearly show you the reason why THE CHICAGO 8TORE l
ways busy. Just call around and Inspect our goods and jet our prices andyi
will see It all In a nutshell. THI3 Is Qot up specially to reduce our itock
and move out all ths heavy goods throughout the store .to make room f"
the piles of Xmaa goods that are now arriving dally, Read our prlc
over carefully. They are money savers and no mistake.
Phone 24U Black.
75c Double Cotton Blankets
Nice Soft quality, salo pilc
$1.00 10x4 Angora Blankets
Soft and fluffy; sale price 60o
$1.50 11x4 Wool Fleeced Blanketo
Bxtra heavy, soft 'anil fluffy;
sale price 9Sc
12!4s Best Outing Flannel
Pink and blue stripes; sale price 8 l-3o
8 1-3c Cotton Batting -
Nice white quality; sale price
50c Table Damask
All pure linen; sale pries, yd 3 So
$1.85 Black Dresa Goods
.45c Imported goods, the flnost made
ulnorent weavea: price, ya "
45c Colored Dress Goods
Croat warors, 10-ln.; price, yd
$1.39 Black Silks
Poau do Sole, fine soft quality
Arte price, yd
75c New Velveteens
4c Silk finish-, all colore, yd
75c French Flannels
Fine for waists, all colors yd
45c Red Table Damask
pretty patterns; sale price, yd....c 18c Etam'ne WaUtlngs
35o Gray Cotton Blankets Pr6tty designs; prioe per yd
A good quality; sale priee 19o 1c Shaker Flannels
50c Men's Overalls 36o FIno quality,' price, yd ...
75c Men's Heavy Underwear Bargains Iu tho. following
Wool fUeeed; sale price. 3Bc ments:
75c Dress Gooda Hosiery, Gloves, Underwear.
New shade Granite cloth; pSrlee, yd 49o bons, Notions, Dress Skirts,
$1.25 Heavy Dress Goods
Broadcloth, flue quality, yd.
Day Skirts, Lace, Domestics,
.96c Hns, Silk and Linen Handke
THE CHEAPEST STORE IN THE NORTHWES1
M'Evoy Brothers, K'f'