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DAlLV APITAL JO.UrSaL, tALEM, IIRN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1903.
Next Friday will be
Do you realize that you havo only
five day In which to do your shop
ping? Tho last fow will bo lively onos,
so bettor avail yourself of tho oppor
tunity to shop In comfort and como to
day, come oarly If you dan, but If you
aro delayed wo will havo plenty of
help lo sorve you,
Iq Reductions Make Buying Brisk at
Hal! P Ice
good assortment to solect from
Bly Reductions In
Dolls and Toys
Dost assortment of drossod dolls In
tho city, lots of toys to be closod out
boforo Christmas day.
Itonvembor wo nro shaping our bps
lness affairs for oxtonslvo Improve
ment which will begin shortly after
tho first of tho year, and In ordor to
bo ablo to raovo our stocks wo must
rodnco thorn a great deal.
Today will bo a great day for busi
ness and extra help will bo oraploycd
to wait upon tho trade. '
Come Today for Holiday Bargains In
Men's SultH $ 3.00
$ 8.50 Suits 5,00
10.00 Suite 0.SO
12.50 Suit 8.00
1H.C0 Suits 8.50
15.00 Suits 9.35
20.00 Suits 13.00
22.50 Suits 15.00
Stockton & Co.
Stores Open Evenings
Novel Entertainment al the
Purdy House Last Night
Misses Ruth Purdy and Lena Mcln
tiro la3t evening entertained a num
bor of their young friends at the Pur
dy home, at 320 Mill street, Tho en
tertainment took tho form of a Dutch
party, and It Is the first of a series the
young ladles will give.
Little Miss Bessie Goodhue, attired
Jn a typical Dutch costume, received
tho guests at tho door. Everything
was carried out In Dutch Ideas, and
tho guests, coming attired in full
Dutch coBtumos1, caused much merri
ment. In the guessing contest Miss Una
Baker received first prlzo while Miss
Ilattle Odekirk received tho consola
tion prlza. A unique Dutch luncheon
was served to the guosls.
When tho guosts dopartcd for their
several homos all exprossed them
selves as having had a most onjoyabb
time. Those prosont were: Misses
Mata Klein, Maudo Butler, Daisy Mor
gan, Delia Briggs, Maudo Morrison,
Una Baker, Laura Sharp and Hattle
Entertained Her Friends.
Miss Katie Savage, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Savago, last night
entertained about 40 of her young
friends, at hor home on the Garden
Hoad. Tho guests reported a vory
Mr. Ladd Resigns.
Chan. B. Ladd, of Portland, lately
Appointed by tho govornor as a dole
xato to tho Natlonnl Livestock Asso
ciation convention, to bo hold in Port
land, has resigned. A miccossor has
uot ns yot boon nppolntcd by tho governor.
Oregon Fite Relief
Oregon's Orent Mutual Insurance Co.
$15,440,588 insurance at risk.
Safe, economical Insurance for itie
people. Head office, McMlnvllIe, Or.
fil. A- JOHNSON, Agent for Marlon Co.
MODEL OYSTER PARLORS
140 Court Street.
Oysters any stylo nd short orders.
Orster Loaves, Uhlokun 'i itmslea, Shell
Pub, Km. in eeBOn.
Special clilcki'ii dinners nvery cny,
Early Rose Potatoes.
Early Jackson Potatoes,
Qarnett Chill Potatoes.
James M. Kyle & Co
1 75 Commercials.
144 8UU 8t.
The Stnnford Unlverrlty GIco and
Mandolin Clubs, tho most populnr
musical organizations on the Pacific
coast, will give ono of (heir dollghtful
cntortalnmonts at tho Grand Opora
IIouso on Christmas night Tho clubs
are making a holiday tour, and whor
over thoy appear those collego musl
ctnnti delight their audlencos At tho
Salem ontortalnmont the following la
dles havo consentod to net as patron
ossee: MrB. F. A. Moore, Mrs. C. K.
Wolvorton, Mrs. Z. V. Moody, Mrs. T.
1'. Geer, Mrs. W. C. Kantnor, Mrs B.
Ilofor and Mrs. R. J. Hendricks.
Chicago, Dec! IS"" Wheat 79
Gold Dust Flour
THE 3IDNEY POWER COMPANY,
Undo for family use. Ask your
r"cr for It. Dran aud shorts al-
ays on hand
A. T. Wain, Agt.
An Official Visit
An official visit was last night paid
to Court Sherwood Fdrost, No. 19,
Forostors of America, by several
grand officors, and tho occasion was
made ono or groat Interest Tho visi
tors wore Grand Chlof Rangor W. II.
Klopper, of La Grande; Grnnd Treas
urer Dcrgooiso, of Portland, and Dis
trict Organizer W. II. Campbell, of
Albany. Tho visitors attended tho
regular lodge session, nnd lator a so
cial tlmo was had, refreshments were
sorvod, and the presence of the visit
ing dignitaries was made the occasion
You're tho man wo mean.
How'a your wife's machine?
Ever ask her If she'd like a now
Thought you couldn't afford It so
Do you smoke?
.Only threo a day, eh? Woll that's
not as bad as some men. Somo eat
um six or odght or a dozen a day;
all good too, ten cents, "threo per"
Now that's your business.
Don't toll your wifo you can't afford
her a nlqo now machlno when you
could pay for it in threo months with
This is Christmans.
( And you said you'd lovo, honor and
Just throw away tho cigar for three
months and do a llttlo cherishing;
you'll enjoy it
Speaking of machines, our machlno
trado Is splendid, especially tho last
week. Christmas salos aro good. Our
Whlto Rotary Shuttle takes tho eyes
and Uio Wheeler & Wilson, too.
Drop In and look them over nt your
F. A. Wiggins'
255-257 Liberty St
Farm Machinery, Bicycles, Automo
biles, Sewing Machines and Supplies.
Sowing Machlno Ropalrlng.
of ono of tho most pleasant sosslons
of the year.
Fine House Burned.
Now York, Dec. 19. FIro this morn
ing destroyed tho residonco of Wmt
Muschonholm, ono of tho show placos
along tho Iludson. Muschonhcim per
sonally caved tho lives of his domes
tics, carrying them down a ladder
front a third-story window, before as
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B3 Van Alstlne Cordon & Co. M
257)6 Cotn'l St. Phone 801 g
A, R Morcan & Co. Mgrs. B
i Timely Suggestions iot
Will be interested in oat elegant line
of beautiful Silfc Waists, Fms, Silk
Skits, Etamine Skirts, Viole Skirts. I
Charming Sittptises iot
Out silk waists are elegantly trimmed in Cluuy Laeo, Lace
Medallions and othor swell effect?. The. colors arc hi up, grey,
rod, black, white, etc.
A Fine assortment of Ladies'
New Lace Cape Collars
Diamond Rings from $10.00 to $300.
Ladles' Watches from $0.50 to $50.
Qentt Watches from $-1.50 to $50.00.
Boys' Watches from $1.50 to $8.00.
Solid Gold Rlnos from $1.00 to $20.00.
Diamond Brooches from $10.00 and up.
i Diamond Cuff Links from $3.50 to $25,
Diamond Studs from $11.50 to $200...
Watch Chains from $1.50 to $15.00.
Opora Glasses from $6.50 to $18.50.
Gold Pens and Pearl Handles $1,50 .
Otlok Pins, beauties from $1 to $1.50.
Matoh Uoxea from $1.50 to $5.00.
Shaving Mugs from $3.50 to $6.50.
cpectactea and eyejatsea selected for Xmas presents will bo r I
puoa aiier wo noiiaay. rour selections iaia aiiao until you want
Clias H. Hinges.
Jeweler and Optician, 88 State Street.
271 Commercial Street
SALEM THE SADIES; EXCLUSIVE OREGON
See our line of china cups, and historical wedgewood plates, in
old blue Just the thing for collections
A Clossene Vase would make a beautiful present x
Miss A. M. Welch,
JOHN F. CORDRAY, Mflr
SATURDAY, DEC. 19.
Special Return Engagement
Of Inst season's laughing success.
Goodhuo & Kollogg'a splondld com
pany of players, Including
Mr. John Daly Murphy
Mlos Pauline Hlckler. .
In tho Jolly comody
America's funniest comedy.
Tho same splendid company that
has delighted all California, and Is
proclaimed by press and public tho
vory Jolllest and laughlost over.
Prices 75c, 50c and 35c Seats on
salo at box offlco Saturday at 9 a. m.
Monday Dec. 21
Bngagompnt of tho' Peculiar Comod
Ian. MR.W. B. PATTON.
Supported by a cast of uniform
excollonco In a magnificent production
of tho charming stago story.
A sweet, wholesome story of life
In a llttlo down East village. ,
Tho most natural piny yet glvon
to ho stago.
PRICES 75c, 50c, 35c.
Scats on salo at box offlco Monday
at 0 a. m.
Claggett Home Sold,
Tho ChnrloB Claggett proportion
tho corner of Marlon and Commer
cial streets, was sold this aftornoon
at public salo, to F. N. Dorby for
$4200. D. D. Horrlck, ono of therof-oroes-
In tho caso, acted ns auctioneer.
Tho' Lincoln school entortalnmont
nottofl about $15. Tho ladlos up that
way havo a hearty way of going aftor
results that makes thorn almost Irrc-slstablo.
Salem always extends a cordial
wolcomo to tho legislature.,.
Justlco of tho Pence Queoner, of
Stnyton, is In tho city on business.
Buff Rocks For salo. Several trios
of the best Duff Plymouth Rock
chlcUons. A. F. Hofor, Jr., East Sa
eom. . 12.19-3t
This is an opportunity of
the year to get a late style
garment at less than whole
See window display.
Wanted. Pantry girl nt Wlllnmotto
Hotel. Apply nt onco.
Rooms for Rent 321 Mill street.
Phono 2481 Black. A. Ollngor.
Wanted. Llvo boys, who wish to oarn
Eome money over tho holidays, ap
ply to Journal ofllce; soiling papers
Don't Let It Escape
Whda you liavo at loot seized sucb
a good opportunity of having your
laundry work dono la such perfect
condition, and of such ,nn Irreproach
able color and finish as you 'will find
ovorything that leaves our establish
mona Wo havto aimed to mako th
work dono at tho Salem Steam Laun
dry perfect, and to keop. It at tho toj
'notch of porfoctlon, and wo havo buc
cooded in gratifying our patrons be
yond our fondcut hopes. Drop us a
postal card or tolophono, and the
wagon will stop.
230 Liberty 8L
That THE FAIR STORE is located nt No. 274 Commercial
Street, and that wo curry the largest stock of toys and holiday
goods in Salem, at prices that can't he beut. "Wo havo express
wagons, hobby horses, wheol barrows, doll carriages, children's
rocking chairs, toy trunks, drums, horns, top?, banks, tool
chests, oir guns, boats, toy furniture, doll houses, Christmas
treo ornaments and, in fact, everything in that line.
Wo have tho best values in dolls over seen in Salem.
THE FAIR STORE
274 Commercial Street
KHHJtBB-m-i-Ka SH H I-SRK HBf-0gE-Hia3C4H4K
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'EKttaotdinaty Low Prices
Preaonts galore in every department. Fine Silks, Dross Goods, Fine
Woistlngs In Silk Velvet and Oxford Cloth, Black Silk Mercerized Under
shirts. Unsn and Silk Handkerchiefs, gibbons, Lacoa and Kid Olovos, Dross
8klrts, -Knit Wool Shawls, Capes. Laco Collars, French Flannel Waists,
Pocket Books, Wrist Bags. Mon's and Ladles and Chlldrpn's Hosiery,
Underwear and hundreds of other useful presents too numorous to men
tion. Prices cut down to the lowoat rock bottom.
The Cheapest Store in the Northwest
M'Evoy Brothers, Court St.,Salem