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The Universal Providers
Abcit January 1st wo will comblno our dry good Btock nt our cor
nor Btoro, and our clothing and furnishings, and Bhoca will bo com
bined at our store at 298-300 Commorclal street until our now building
la completed. Until then wo will
Slaughter PricesM ore Than Ever
Ladies' and '.
rienty of good Btyles to eoloct
SHAW KNIT HOSE FOR BOYS
mlar 26c vah
r Roducod prl
Regular 26c values.
8 oo our Roduccd prices on
Draporles, etc., Court street
GREAT COMBINATION SALES AT BOTH STORES.
Sale Prices on Toys and Dolls
OUR STORE OPEN NIGHTS UNTIL CHRISTMAS.
First Annual Exhibition
SALEM POULTRY AND PET STOCK
Mako your engagements so you
Throo days and three nights,
A flno exhibit of blooded stock.
DOGS, CATS AND POULTRY.
You cannot afford to miss It.
Oregon Fire Relief
Oregon's Great Mutual Insurance Co.
$15,440,588 Insurance at risk.
Safe, economical Insurance for the
stioole. Head office, McMlnvllIe, Or.
H. A JOHNSON, Atrent for Marlon Co
MODEL OYSTER PARLORS
140 Court Street.
Ovstorsany atylasnd short orders.
Oyster Loaves, Chicken lamnloe, Hliell
Flab, Elu. In aencon.
Special chicken dinner, Sundays, 25C
Call and see as before yoa
sell your Crop
James IVL Kyle & Co
1 75 Comme cialSt.
144 Otato 8t I
i ; Timely Suggestions iot i
j J Christmas Presents
S Diamond Rings from $10.00 to $300.
H Ladies' Watches from $8.50 to 55a
! ! Gents' Watches from $4.50 to $50.00. iS
Doya' Watchea from $1.50 to $3.00.
X Solid Sold Rlnna from $1.00 to $20.00. S
Diamond Brooches from $10,00 and p. W
Diamond Cuff Llnka from $3.50 to $25.
Diamond Studa from $11.50 to $200... 5
Watch Chains from $1.50 to $15.00. M
Opera Qtaasea from $6.50 to $1&M j&
Qold Pena and Pearl Handle $1.50
Stick Pins, beautlea from $1 to $1.50,
Match Boxes from $1.50 to $5.00.
Shaving Mugs from $3.50 to $6.50.
Cwpcctacfea'and eye-glasses selected for Xmas presents will be re
fitted after the holidays. Your selections laid aside until you want
Jeweler and Optician,
, Our prices are lowor than
those quoted by other Arms.
CORNI3LIUS. At tho state Insane
Asylum, Wednesday, Docombor 1G,
1003, J. Cornollus, of apoploxy, aged
Intorment will take place in City
The Terrible Plague.
Washington, Dec. 18. Consul
Campbell, at Fort Loui, Island of
Mauritius, reports a torrlblo outbreak
of tho plague, duo to tho billions-of
rnts which Infest iho Islands. Cats
and dogs nro dying In groat numbers,
and are oven more of a jnonnco than
Chicago, Dec. 18. Wheat 79&
Gold Dust Flour
THE SIDNEY POWER COMPANY,
Mado for family use. Ask your
proper for It. Bran and shorts al-
vays on hand.
A. T. Wain, Agt.
3 of the Delinquent
g Bulletin will be out
S about January 1st. ,
Get one free of charge
by letting us do your
Van Atstlne Cordon & Co.
257HCom'ISt. Phone 801
A. R Morgan & Co. Mgrs.
88 State Street.
DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREOOK. FRIDAY, DECEMBER
TO HELP .
Cruiser Will Remove
Him From Colombia
American Representative to
Be Given Right to Com
municate With -.
Panama, Dec. Iff. Arrangements
were mado today for a orulsor to go to
Cartagena to conduct Mlnlstor Beau
pro from Colombia to Colon. No roa
son Is given, but the presumption Is
It la to glvo Deaupro nn opportunity
to communicate freely with Washing
ton regarding affairs at Bogota.
Battery la Ready.
Fort Leavenworth, Kan., Dec. 18.
One thousand rounds of fixed ammu
nition for tho Twenty-eighth mountain
bnttery arrived by oxprc3 today. Tho
battery :s now prepared for lmmedl
ato call. If ordered to tho Isthmus It
will probably go via San Francisco,
for operations on tho westorn side.
Report of the Interstate Com
mission Washington, D. C, Doc. 18. Re
ports of tho lntorstnto commerce
commission Issued today, shows re
turns for 200,000 mllos of railway,
approximately 98 por cont of tho on
tiro mileago In tho states. Tho gross
earnings aro nearly $2,00,000,000, tho
oporatlng expenses' $1,2GO,000,000. Tho
earnings show an Increase ovor tho
provlous year of about $34,000000.
Tho report declares tho Elklns law
to bo beneficial, as It has checked
many violations. Freight rates show
an Inoreoso, nnd thoro is no way In
which tho advanco can bo provonted.
Sonio solution has boon made of tho
car couplor probloin.
During tho year 1C4 passengers
woro killed, and 4100 Injured. 80S em
ployes wore killed and G400 Injured.
MILLS OF CON
(Continued from pago one.)
row offered a resolution referiing to
the Turkish trouble, nnd cnlllDj? on tho
President to secure the convening of
the Berlin congress of seventy-eight
to ae that tho provisions of that
treaty Is carried out. It was referred
to the committee on foreign relation.
Morgan offered a .revolution bearing
on the Panama revolution, that the
President had no rtsht to use Ameri
can trooiw to prevent Colombia war
ring with Panama. It went ovor.
Daniels, In n lengthy hitter speech,
attacked the administration's nctlons
Fullerton advocated a bill making'
nn appropriation for the Lewis and
Olnrk exposition, whloh was refsrrod
to the committee on Industrial exhib
its. At 3 o'clock the sonnte entered
executive soeelon, for tho considera
tion of tho Chinese troaty which Cul
loni nnnnuioed might bo passed be
fore tho doors opanodi
Prominent Men at the Big Convention
Xow York, Doq. 18. Annual moot
ing of tho National Civic Federation
bogan hero today. Senator Hanna
presided and Volny Foster, of Chica
go, a manufacturer, addressed the
mooting tills aftornoon on tho indus
trial question!. Among those prosvnt
are Preeldont Mitchell, Bishop Potter
President Elliott, qf Harvard, and
Qhlef Conductor Frank.
Bandits at Large.
Tucsou, Dec 18. Alvord and Stllos,
tho scaped bandits aro still at large.
They havo not boon soon la -Happy
Valley, whero they 'mado tholn head
quarters, when thoy escaped two years
ago, A telephone roessagp soys thoy
ukyo boea surrounded 'In tho foothills
of the Son-Jostnountains, but the re
ran is not confirmed.
Toledo, Dec. 18. The International
Association of Allied Metal Mechanics
today decided to oubmlt the question
of an amalgamation With the" Interna
tional Mechanics to a referendum
vote of both organizations. This Is al
most certain to result in tho amalga
mation, which Ib reported- as a step to
ward an inevitable union of all the
crafts In tho metal trade. . ,
To nlcrease Bend.
In tho probate court today, In tha
caso of tho estate of Mary Ann Caso,
deceased, a potltlon was filed asking
that tho bonds of Sanderson need, ad
ministrator of tho estate, bo Increased,
and Judgo Scott ordered that citation
lssuo to Mr. Reed, ordering him to
appear In court on January 9, 1904,
and show cause, If any there be, why
the bond should not be increased.
Pope Leo's .Legacy.
Rome, Dec. 18. It is reported that
Cardinal Gottl today handed tho pope
$7,000,000 In foreign securities, a leg
acy of Pope Leo to his successors
THE LOW HUNGVSUPPLY CAN.
THE LONG HOLLOW BOWL.
THE ENCLOSED GEARS.
THE EA8Y TURNIN.G
THE CLEAN SKIMMING.
All thesofeatures on tho Sharpless
Tubular Cream Separator commend It
to tho thoughtful man who buys a
machine that his wire or daughters
muBt wash or caro for and In most
cases run. Tho cut abovo shows tho
Sharpless as you find It. Milk can
oasy of'roach, only waist high, and tho
separator bowl only ono plcco in It,
against from 10 to' 30 In most othor3.
Tho cleaning of tho bowls In other
machlnos would drive most any wo
man crazy, trying to clean thoroughly
tho Bmall bowlB or Jagged points.
Tho Sharpless bowl Is hollow and
smooth, and thoy enn be cleaned in
stantly. The gears run In oil and aro en
closed, so that.'thoro Is absolutely no
danger, as In many other machines.
Tho separator season will soon bo
on In full forco, and tho Sharpless, as
usual, will bo at tho fronL If you aro
planning to buy, drop uo a lino and
we'll oncloso cataloguo and printed
matter, then you como in when you
can and seo tho machine You'll agree
Six carloads of Sharpless sold out
of Portland in 1903.
Four carloads sold of Seattle
And about 14 sold' out of San Fran
cisco. 1 How's that for a record?
Salos nearly double ovor 1902.
And disc plows.
Its a mnrvol the way tho trade
koops up. No, not a marvel, olthar,
when you know Us tho old rollabla
Bonlcla Hancock that wo havo sold
for two yoars to nearly four score
farmons of Marlon and Polk co initios.
Another shipment Just In.
F. A. Wiggins'
255-257 Liberty St.
Farm Machinery, Bicycles, Automo
biles, Sewing Machines and Supplies.
Sowing Machine Repairing.
I 25 Cents
g 3 lbs Fancy Datos.
f 35 Cents
Walnuts or Almonds.
2 lbs Mlxod Nuts.
2 lbs cans Solid Pineapple
1 Bushol of Good Apples.
1 Packago Barnum Animals. 2
1 Packago Noah's Ark.
Fuller & Douglas, ji
1 142 Slato Grocera Prions 2261
JOHN F. CORDRAY, Mgr.
SATURDAY, DEC. 19.
Special Return' Engagement
Of last season's laughing succesa
doodhuo &. Kellogg's splendid Com!
tfnpy of players, including
Mr. John Daly Murphy
Miss Pauline Hlckler.
In tho Jolly comody
America's funniest comedy.
Tho eamo splendid company that
has delighted all California, nnd Is
proclaimed by press and public tho
very Jollicst and laughlest ever.
Prices 76c, 50c and 35c Seats on
salo at box office Saturday at 9 a. m.
Monday Dec. 2 J
Engagement of tho Peculiar Comed
ian. MR.W. B. PATTON.
Supported by a cast of uniform
oxcollonco in a magnificent production
of tho charming stage story.
A sweet, wholesome story of life
in a little down East village.
Tho most natural play yet given
to tho stage.
PRICES 75c, 50c, 35c.
Scats on sale at box-office Monday
at 9 a. m.
g CLAGGETT PROPERTY SOLD
g What Is familiarly known to
Salem people as tho old 'Uncle
S Charley Claggott homo property,
on tho cornor of Marlon and
Commercial streets, will bo sold
at public auction to tho highest e
blddor on 2
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19th. g
At 2 o'clock p. m nt the wost b
door of tho Marlon county court
house. By ordor of tho court.
For Rent.-S,lx-room house, all mod-
unfurnished rooms. Inquire at 85
Commorclal street 12-18-3t
Shooting Match. Turkoys, chickens
and geese. At tho Geo. O. Savage
place, 1U miles cast of Salem, on
tho Sllvorton road, Tuosday, Decem
ber 22(1. Lunch served at tho house.
Judgo Tuclt will glvo a public exhi
bition of dog Judging tonight at the
show. Everybody como; 8 p. m.
For Sale. Twonty-flvo goats. Inquire
of Chas, Batt, Routo No. 3, Sqlcm,
That THE FAIR STORE
Street, and tlrnt wo carry the
gootiB in baiom, at prices mat can't bo bent. We have express
wagons, hobby horses, wheel barrows, doll carriages, children's
rocking chairs, toy trunks, drums, horns, tops, banks, tool
chests, air guns, boats, toy furniture, doll houses, Christmas
tree ornaments and, in fact, everything in that line.
Wo have the best values
THE FAIR STORE
274 Commercial Street ,
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Extaodmaiy Low Prices
Presents galore In every department Fine Silks, Dress Goods, Flno
Walsflngs In Silk Velvet and Oxford Cloth, Black Silk MercorUed Under
shirts. Linen and Silk Handkerchiefs, Ribbons, Laoes and Kid Gloves, Dress
Skirts, Knit Wool Shawls, Capes. Lace Collars, French Flannel Waists;
Pocket Books, Wrist Bago. Men's and Ladles' and Children's Hosiery,
Underwear and hundreds of other useful presents too numerous to men
tion. Prices cut down to the lowest recl: bottom.
The Cheapest Store in the Northwest
M'Evoy Brothers, Court St.,Salem
This is an opportunity of
the year to get a late style
garment at less than whole
See window display.
DOfl'f & ESCAC
When you havo at lost seized such
a good opportunity of having your
laundry work done In such perfect
condition, and of such an irroproach
ablo color and finish as you will find
ovorythlng that leaves our establish
mona Wo havo aimed to mako the
work dono at tho Salem Steam Laun
dry porfect, and to keop It at tho toy
notch of perfection, and wo havo suc
ceeded in gratifying our patronB bo
yond our fondcut hopos. Drop us a
postal card or telephone, and the
wagon will stop.
230 Liberty St
ie located nt No. 274 Commorcial
largest stock of toys nnd holiday g
in dolls ever seen in Salem.
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