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Jome Suggestions Made Concerning the Ar
rangement of the Dinner Table-Pretty
and Odd Conceits In the Way of Making
the Table Attractive to Young and Old.
hVhon vlalona or Thanksgiving dawn
tho mental horkon of tho house-
fife, who la planning a family re-
fclon, or for oxtra guosta, tho flst
aougnt mat enters nor mind is tho
Minor menu. So nuibrblmr is this
oblom, especially to a careful Mar
ia, that In tho hurry and buatlo of
allnary preparations 8ho Is apt to
fcrgct that there aro other things bo
les a flno dinner, which will greatly
Rd to tho success of tho Thanksglv-
lAs tho Pilgrim Fathers aro Insop-
ibly associated with tho great
Kimorlcan holiday, It Is an, entirely np-
sprlato, and a novol treatmont, as
jell, to decorato tho tablo In. tholi;
ho central flguro of this docoratlva
ISohomo should bo a mlnlaturo May
wor, which can bo shaped at homa
tor sovernl dlfforent modols. Tho
Jtlo yesBol should ba a full-rigged and
lmiii iiin, -im, o -nn.n ..
w.ia ....vu I. .v. u WUU. V441&U JL i
Sits and nuts.
largo green squash, selected with
iro in view of the fact that It is to bo
alvod, will, when scooped out, serve
tho hull of tho vossel. Tho rails
jin bo fashlonod from white papor,
at with a nicety and sewed to mast
ud boom tho lattor bolng ordinary
100th sticks. On. ono of the sail;
RBcrlbo "Tho Mayflower of 1903," so
noro will be no mistake about' its
ot tho goodly ship sail on a big
Irror, roprcaontlng tho sen, and havo
Shea (led for tho end of tho table on
vhich roposoB Plymouth Hock. Bur-
sanded by tho "rock-bound coast"
collection ot many shells and stonos,
i&moreu in iravois or lor tno occn
Contrary to tho original stato of
lugs, tho houscwifo eon nrguo that
Cho, vegltatlon In tho locality, assocl
twtod with tho Mayflowor, has changed
rlthln tho past few hundred years,
that sho can hide tho ocean's
sundarlcs with dollcato forns and
ilnty blossoms, which will reflect In
io mirror quito reaiisticailyx
The souvenirs can consist of a bon-
Sm box at oach placo in tho sbapo of
smalt ship, on the tails ot which aro
lo figures 1CZ0-1903. They can also
faBhloncd, at a trifling expense, out
pasteboard, tlssuo paper, tooth-
Seas and somo wator-color paints.
tho top of each mast put. a tiny
iff, about an inch in dlamotor. cut
it of red, white and bluo tissue pa-
or, using a pin for the staff. The
fitlro cost of tho tablo decorations,
Including tho (lowers, should not ax-
Reed $2, A caterer would probably
fehttrgo f 25.
Eft tho good wlfo fears to undertake
io, building of a Mayflowor, owing to
KSJacK or natural eaueauon, sue oan
CRlU have her Mayflower, and In place
tho home-made satlB sho can sub-.nu"
lite somo from a child's sailboat!80" 1th "ranches of bitter-sweet, the
i . ... rx1 ntiil nrnntrn nf whlnh In nrt ta he
, to the uon-uou ravers smnn uoxee
y IP nurtnaseu leauy maae, auu
y buats may ue pasieu on, me nag
tag add d as before.
U the beginning of a feast there is
iually a trying moment of suspense
f.eTcry hostess Such an embarrass-
snt at tho Thanksgiving dlnnor can
b averted by a resort to a novel Idea
jtho shape of souvenirs. It will be
charming prelude which will Insure
safe crosing of the Rubicon.
Chee? souvenirs, which will deMg.it
children m well as the growa-ups.
ould consist of a unique assortment
animal Insect, fruit and flower
1caturo which may be fashioned
incr-mous lormi rrow swan
. . '
jits veg. tables ami num. Ta nrsi
llmnsr nt the object will snt li to-
Raflou i.iav the fountain of mirth
iTo anomplish this nwlt a vcy j
Pght xr.-t.(llture of mor w -
Iry fir tn. roquisiMn am mmutt
hry huusehoid Thy sowawt U ar
tges temuns drle4 fnrfts W
Etglifh mrraaU awl prune-mo
les littu i eiery. pwy it
hlKm-s and tuuthplcka.
shelled airoond will the found
n for that h-ry MartftSHW
th nrket To mah. take i
irp penknifi- and cut o JmigUiwIse
Id rrosswlse narrow strips in
la to IndleaU wings and hwast Mx
pthpir ks should he bt Into wrrst
io and be pushed Into the si4 ot
fiTnwind bodv for W0S. A BlftelC
at should be pinned on fur the
head, with black-headed pins, which
will serve as eye If horso hairs aro
available, two of thoso will roproeant
tho llttlo creature's antonnaoj other
wise, lise two' fine stntws from a
For a harmoloss mouse, tako a light
colored radish with a long, slim' tall.
Pin to this a rasln lor tho head. Put
two radlBh seeds Into tlio head for
oyos, and pin nbovo them two llttlo
ears cut from almond skin. Four
blunt toothpicks will mako excellent
A realistic turtle may bo mado out
of a prune, with head,-tall and feet of
cloves, pushed In at tho proper
A spider may be made of a largo
French prunq, using a largo raisin for
tho nead. At one-third tho dlstanco
of the length of tho pruno tlo a yellow;
string to indicate tho segments of the'
body. On tho under side tlo olght
flh bones, four on each side, in lmi
union 01 me waiKing memuors. From
the raisin head two horn-llko append
ages should protrudo. Thoso may be
ot the pointed ends of toothpicks.
A lemon makes a comical mlnaturo
Pig , provided It has a prominent base
for a snout. Slash tho mouth, push In
a couple of clovos for oyos, pin on
oars cut from onion skin, twist an
other piece of onion skin for a tall;
thon Insert the toothpicks for logs,
and you will havo a pig.
There Is no end of the possibilities
that llo dormant in a potato, for in
stance and a llttlo praatlco will enable
the exporlmonter to mako all sorts of
amusing souvenirs which may bo fast
ened on a namo card, with an appro
priate quotatlqn, or moroly placed bo
sldo a plate on a papor dolly.
To mnko flowore out of vegetables,
such prosaic articles as beets, nita
bagas, whlto turnips -and carrots will
bo needed, all of which should bo of
medium slzo and porfcctly clean. If
the bousowlfo will oxporlmont, she
will bo surprised at tho results.
For oxamplo, vory natural calla
lilies can bo mado from tho whlto
turnip, using a small portion of a
carrot for the centen Beautiful rosoa
may bo made from beets, and delicate
tea roses may bo closely Imitated by
Fruit which Is to be served as the
final dessert course may ornament the
sideboard until the proper time for
passing It arrives. A slmplo arrange
ment is to pile tho fruit in pyramid
shape on a largo tray, grapes of pur
pie, green and pink; groat golden or
anges, yollow pears, red, green and
yellow bananaa. Hero and tbero tuck
forns among the fruM, and all olout
tho edge of the tray as well.
As to tho house itself, tho fields and
woods are full of beautiful things
which lend themselves to decorating
" woman wl" ProTldo hr
uespisau ana wu aieo employ
tumn leaves, gathered In tho autumn.
Neither will she forest the trailing
blackberry vines, the evergreen frn
or the great ears of corn which
should hang from mantel and chan
tlellere or hanging lamps.
With these simple decorations can
ried out. the memory of them will re
main to those who shared In the
pleasure long alter the recollection of
the menu has passed away. Ivoulse R
Dew, In Sacramento Dee.
Millionaire's Poor Stomach.
The worn-out stomach of the over
fed iBlIlloaalre Is often paraded In the
..i.u B.in(. a a knrnhlA Aintnnln nf
,pwh - - -.. ...
It. - A.n am til A nSMLSlkXKlAn
stiw "k""" - "
o igreni wuii. .. ..... -
jnt the only ones who are afllleted
wiia a w:U. p.i.m-.-
xar greater among ui uMf '
IpMla and Jndlgeetloa are rarapoBt
among tb jMonle. and tby suffer
far worse tortures than the millionaire
urwm thy avail fheooielTes of a
standard mediates Nke Orson's Aupt
Fower. whleh haf ba a favartte
hoHsahoU ramedy far all stomach
tmuMea for ever 36 years. August
Flower routes the torpid liver, thus
creating apatite and Insuring ptorteet
digaettoa. It tenae and viUlizes the
aUra systam. and make Ufa worth
Jlrtag. bo maUar what your sUttoa.
Trial bottle, c; regwUr site. U. M
all druggmw. At Dr. wone-a arm
THE DAIUY JOURNAL, SALEMpnuaOW. TUESDAY, NOyEMBERJM,
Continued from pago two.)
good- roads. The county court of UiIb
county has ontored with enthusiasm
upon Uio oonatrudUon of a hotter sys
tem of roads, and has already accom
plished much. I would advise this
club to co-oporato with tho county In
ovory practical way to promoto this
most important object, which will do
moro than any other ono thing to ad
vanco tho pormanont prosperity 08
both city and country. Through the
efforts of Judgo Scott, who Is tho i.res
Ident of tho Stnto Good Koads Aai.
atlon. tho noxt annual mooting of this
association will bo held In this city,
and a most hearty welcome should be
exienued, and a practical Illustration
In road building should bo given that
will not only interest every cltlson,
but have nn important educational of
feet upon our road builders.
"The matter of car shortage should
havo your enroful consideration, and
I rocommoml that this club Join othor
commercial organizations In consldor
ing what action, loglslntlvo or othor
wise, can bo tnkon that will tond to
provent future recurrences. Tho groat
lumbor Interests of tho valley appear
to bo In a stato of pracUcal paralysis,
nnd othor producing interests do not
seem to be In much bottor condition.
Tho recent ralso In rates upon lumbor
combined with tho inability to got
cars, evon at tho higher rates, has had
a most serious offect. Tho great ex
pansion In mo lumber business In thli
last great timbered region of the Unit
ed States, has been long forseen Ify
tho leading lumber men of the coun
try, and they havo acquired Immnnsc
holdings of timbered lands, and the
management of tho great transporta
tlon lines should havo been equally
long-sighted and provided adequate
facilities for handling it It does not
seem right that a corporation should
even have the power to arbltrnrllj
throttle a great Industry, even for the
purpose of furnishing sololy needed
facilities for othor Interests. I havo
no doslro to cast reflections upon the
local officials, who aro, no doubt, doing
all that can bo accomplished with
"Kftorta havo boon mhdo during the
past year, but without avail, to estab
llsh a starch factory, a tannery and
other manufacturing plants.
"Lot mo say horo, that tho way to
build up manufacturing establish
meats in our midst Is to patronize
thorn oursolvos, and assist In finding
a markot for their products. I havo
In mind a small plant In this city tha
Is turning out n superior artlclo of
gonernl use In overy housohold; I In
quired nt nearly nil tho storos. whor
such an article should bo kopt, and
found It in only two out of six; thli
condition is not peculiar to Salem
only, but, as nothing sucaeeda like
success, other manufacturers will be
far more apt to locate in a community
where homo concerns are loyally aup
ported. Patronize homo Institutions
"When we can succeed In establish
ing a manufacture where tho local
conditions mako It posslblo to turn out
a product of superior quality or at leas
cost than elsewhere, It will bo only
necessary to got it started; It takes
no fostering care thereafter, and In
this connection I would recommend
that this club see If It Is not possible
to prevail upon one or more of the lo
cal mills to enter upon the manufao
ture of breakfast foods. I am In
formed by one In a position to know
that not less than 300,000 bushels of
mll)lng oats are raised In this county,
which practically all finds Its' way tr
Portland and San Francisco, there
worked up Into breakfast foods and
large quantities returned here for lo
cal consumption. Why not turn out
the finished product here. Instead of
only furnishing the raw material, and
allowing some one else the cream of
"Finally, I would uraa every man
In mind the neeaaslty ef ea-oparatlon
with all other battles and totalities for
the general good of the entire coast,
and I urge nnoa you lo continue this
most ntramuHMly. There lias In th
future a tnaaoura of prosperity that is
ampia for every city In every stata of
tha toast, and aaafe ana will reap a
tartar bMllvMual share if all work to
uaikar far tha common aood than if
each Inaorad for Ota aavaneameat of
his own section
"Finally. I would are- avary man
who is or afcouMl aa teiaaaatatl la tua
nroeperUr of our rtty and ataia, to Jain
this orgaaiaauan and put his ahonWar
to tha wheal U is not too much u
ask every numaMr to aavot a av
ealag la lit moatfe to Ota caaahlern
tioa ot tha comuton weal If you win
all ao 'tfele and tha vat-tows bureau'
and comajMtaaa 4a tha work commit
tad to faatt pxauxatty, I will predict
for tha naw aamtatotfatlaa ef Che elub
a mraar man aura of eaacasa than tba
oM oaa ha baaa able to aetata push."
ObJet lessons In Lumbering.
In selling the Umber from the
s a d m i
fcr matured Urabor Is to bo cut, atU
mat is to Do dono with tho view of
protooUon to remaining trees bo that
continued growth may follow, a por
petuation of forest on the land now
occuptod by the forest
It Is oxtremoly fortunate that this
experience can be had. It will Illus
trata tha practicability of n system of
timber harvesting that truo foresters
have nlweys advocated. Lumbermen
havo alweys contended that tho sys
torn of harvesting the forest crop
that Is prescribed In this enso Is Im
praotlcablo by reason of Its cost This
matter can now be tested, and tho
losson It will tench will bo n valuable
ono, though probably much less valu
ablo now than It would havo been n
Notice of Election.
NqUco is hereby given that on elec
tion will bo hold In tho City of Salem,
Oregon, on tho first Monday In Do
combor, 1003, tho samo being tho bov
onth day of said month, and that tho
polls for said oloctlou will bo opon from
10 o'clock a, m. until 4 o'clock p. m.
on paid day, for tho purposo of voting
A Mayor, to fill tho unexpired torm
of ofllco of Hon. O. P. DIshop, re
signed. Ono Aldormnn from tho first
ward, for a poriod of two years. Ono
Alderman from the second ward, for
a period ot two years. One AHormnn
from tho third ward, for a period of
two years. One alderman from the
fourth wanl, for a period of two years.
One Alderman from the fifth ward, for
a period of one year, Ono Alderman
from the fifth ward, for a poriod of
two years. One Alderman from the
sixth ward, for a period of ono year
Ono Aldarmnn from tho sixth wnrd,
for a poriod of two years. Ono Aldor
mnn from tho seventh ward, for a po
riod of ono year. Ono Aldormnn from
tho sovontli ward, for a period of two
years. And FOR. or AGAINST tho
tssuanco of bonds to rodeom tho tasuo
mado by tho city ot !JaIom In 1880, In
tho suinj of ?30,000, for brldgo pur
Tho polling places for said election
shall bo, as follews:
First Ward Frcoland'B factory, Di
vision and High streets.
Second Ward P6llco court room,
Third Ward Froeland's store, Stato
street near High.
Fourth Ward Rod Front llvory
stable, Commercial and Trndo streets
Fifth Ward W. I Wade'n coopor
shop,- Liberty street near Wado'a
Sixth Ward Car Warn, Twenty-first
and Stato streets.
Seventh Ward Jory fruit dryor,
Commercial and Rush streets.
Dono by ordor of the Common Coun
cil of tho City of Saltm, Oregon, this
23d day of Novoinher, 1903.
(Seal) N. J. JUDAH,
City Recorder, Salem, Oregom
Notice of Primary Election.
Notlco Is hereby given that there
will bo a primary election held In tho
First Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth,
Sixth and Seventh wards of tho olty
of Salem, Marlon county, Oregon, on
Wednesday, tho 2Cth day of Novem
ber, 1903, for tha purpose of nominat
ing One candidate for mayor.
Ono alderman for tho First ward.
One alderman for the Second ward.
One alderman for the Third ward
One aiderrnan for the Fourth ward.
Two aldermon for tha Fifth ward.
Two aldermen for tile Sixth ward.
Two aldermen for the Seventh ward
The polling places for said wards
will b? aa fallews:
First ward, Frealand's factory
Swond wnrd, City Hall.
Third wan), Fraaiaml' store.
Fourth ward, Red Front barn
Fifth ward, OM Mast market.
Sixth ward, Street Oar barn.
Seventh ward, Jarys fruit dryer
Tha polling pjaea of aaeh ward will
ba opan fram 3 o'clock p. m. to 7
o'clcek' r. m. tor tha recaption of votes.
Hy ertltr or (ha aommlttaa.
H, M- INFORM.
V. T. WWOHTMAM,
17 JIM Sacretary.
Huie Wing Sang Co,
Fancy Dry Goods
Ma4a tip Ih a Raw Una of haavy
wrspnars, all ewlars. Whltn uadar
waar All kl4a of ivalata, fasajr
aoo44, allhs, gsjata ad todtai' fur
ttlablaK gao4, silk haadkarehlafs.
ehlaawaiw. Karr Maa at wlatar geoaa
fir saht ehaaa. IM Oeart straat, da-
lam Or Coraar of allay
dlan lands In tho ChlpVowa res&f
vntion. In Minnesota,' Itls specified,
among other thlpgV that In the cut
ting he refuse, shall bo cleaned up
and removed of lostroyod, bo that It
may not furnish material for forest
flroa that will destroy the twos left
standing. In short, only merchantable
Following nrolho aharslt
men In every community who never
achieve success: .
1. Tho hlnd-8lghtod man Never
boos opportunity until It has passed.
2. Tho back boneless man Always
has to ask somebody's ndvloo.
3. Tho only honest man Must
havo tho control. No 019 o honest
4. Tho Bpondthrlftr-Nevorbaa any
thing to Invest.
5. Tho suspicious man Always
afraid somebody wilt rob him.
6. Tho concoltod man Knows
whora nil tho host things aro wlthdut
7. Tho modorn Shylock Bollovr-s
In nothing but tho "pound of flesh"
8. Tho narrow gauged man Re
fuses to listen to anything "out of his
9. Tho unfortunnto mnn Has
friend who Invested and lost
10. Tho fooH-Thlnks a thing
worthless, or It wouldn't bo offered to I
Pionef Main 2953.
193 Commercial St.
Ortr The Journal.
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There's where you get GOOD treatment and GOOD goods
Stop in nnd for yourself.
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NO lengthy argument is
Tho mnn who can do tho most and boat orkf,
qulokoat nnd ohcapost, Is tho man you want
to do yotir work. '
AU I aok la n chnnco to provo what I say Is
It la moro to your Interest that yon havo
this proof than It la to mlno.
EIHott, the Join Printer.
old price takes them
WADE & CO. II
CCD P. O. OROOKnV.
(lot my pricca on n fino
289 Commercial St
Depa' tent nt offers tipeulsl In
(InwinKiiis to tli'Mo who wttlt la
lave tnauar Ki(xlally who
eait Mvn unly in rrnall s mounts.
aUoto tlMHW wl lmv tmnntiy nn
hand whirh it not uurnlnu Ib
tvreit. PxpaWtsaf oneilfllisrur
more rMalvml at spy timn. I'sss
book IuhjwI to fch ilpoeitr.
Intorent orisllted on Jsuusry 1
sntl July 1.
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