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The Barr 8tore 8 eipecIaty proud o( ,ls
r,nt We ;h0Uld " h" ' Hc men In this town see them-fo
we believe that the more husbands and ,0ver8 there are who do see
them, the greater will be the numtcr of lad.es wearing rings from our
stock on Christmas day.
Th.o line of rings Is both the most varied and fascinating of any we
have shown. ,t Includes a great variety of shapes, styles and settings,
"""" . as lramcs for e'ther
stones- dlamonrtc n.ui.. .,
, , amnystS(
-, . , 0lers. May we
them. The prices are In every case
high-prices beauty and worth
Our showing of ladles' lockets, watch chains, chatelaine watches
and many other kindred articles for personal use presents a host of
admirable Christmas suggestions for the puzzled husband or lover.
And so does our beautiful stock of ebony toilet articles much ths
finest display of these wares that we have ever shown.
Corner State and Liberty
4 In the
Josonh Harris wont down to Port
land this 'morning.
Frank Morodith wag a paesongor to
Portland last ovenlng.
Max O. Duron returned last night
from a visit to Portland.
II. J. OUcnholmcr, the hop mnn"77s
in Aurora on buslnoss today.
Mark Savngo wont to Woodburn on
tho Albany local this morning.
Henry AnUony, ot Eugene, Is In tho
cltj keeping his oyoa on tho legisla
ture. Judgo and Mrs.' E. G. Wolvorton
camo up from a visit to Portland last
It. N. Hoovor, of Dotrolt, 1 in tjio
city, and will spend Christmas with
Mrs. B. D.' Millard and children, of
Englewood, loaves tomorrow to visit
hor parents at Shorldan.
FOR RIGHT OF WAY.
Has Been Invited by Eastern Oregon
People to Bring It Before the
Hon. Malcolm A. Moody, of The
Dallos, is hora to back up tho fight for
etato aid to buy Uio right of way for
tho canal tho federal government pro
poses to build on tho Columbia.
Ho Is sanguine that it will result in
tho early construction of tho canal,
and that fall tiro to provido tho right
of way will result in delay, and possi
bly dofeat tho f -fcOOO.OOO enterprise on
tho part of congTOsa.
Wholesale Tobacconist and
Lanrest Stock in
2S2 GUMMfcrtuiL. "--
A clear Havana 12Kc cigar. For
stein, Manufacturer, Salem, Oregon.
Jewelry i on
Flfts Is best selected ahead. Wo havo
laid in a splendid stock for the holiday
trade, which it will pay J01101"
amino. Wo have a magnificent stooK
of rings in all tho latest Bettings, solid
Bold rings at U-BO and up. You can
raako your selections now. ana wo
will hold them for delivery.
Jeweler and Optician, 268 Com. flu
solitaires or clusters of
pear,S( emeradg opa8( mMn
hope that you will come
the most modest
Streets, Salem, Ore.
BENJAMIN F. JONES, OF LINCOLN,
Will Male the Fight of His Life for
Whon a program of genoral legisla
tion i once entered Into, a Is doubt
less tho ihtontlon of tho majority of
tho membors of tho legislature to do.
bills will be presented that havo here
tofore not beon mentioned, and some
of thoso will carry out pledgos made
during tho campaign last year, whon
tho state officers were olectod. Ono
of thoso measures that will doubtless
seo tho light ot day at an early hour
aftor tho bars aro laid down, is a
measure to place tho stato officers on
flat salaries, Iloprosontatlvo Jonoe,
of Lincoln and Polk, says he has a bill
ready to placo bofore tho houso hav
ing this end In viow, and if economy
Is wanted ho .will provide a way to se
cure greater economy by placing the
officers on n flat salary, according to
pledgee made during the last cam
paign, ami recovor all fees. Into the
state treasury. Mi Jones snys he has
strong support for his measure, and
belloves Uiat his bill will pass the
legislature without much opposition.
Six Barbers Employed
At the Model Shaving Parlors, 244
Commercial street; also finest porce
lain baths. Give us a call. Wo will
please youv K. Anderson.
i Don't like Schilling's Best?
Your grocer returns your
sale by all
dealers. Aug Huckn
ffcwy sfltj Csfy
DAILY gAPiTAL JOURNAL.
Upholds Validity of
endment Declares We Still Have
Republican Form of Gov
A. P. Kndd'srly, ot al nppollant.
vs. City of Portland, respondoute; np
peal from Multnomah county; af
firmed. Opinion by Justico Bean.
Tho case camo up from Multnomah
county, and is known as tho lnnltlatlvo
and roforondum caso, tho legality of
tho adoption of tho amondmont bolng
tho principal point involvcih Tho su
preme court holds In effect), that tho
amendments woro legally proposed
and adopted, and that it is tho prov
ince of tho legislature and not of tho
court to dcclaro when an omorgency
Tho court holds that all tho forms
proscribed by tho constitution were
strictly and accurately observed in tho
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properly submitted to the electors and
ratified by them; that Uie nmendmonta
propoeed In 1893 and 1806 were not
awaiting tho action of the legislative
assembly or the electors in 1800, with
in the meaning of the constitution, at
the time the Initiative and Referen
dum amendment was proposed, and,
as a consequence the latter wan le
gally proposed and If now n part ot
Tho, question of the emergency In
the Portland charter bill was Involved,
and the charter is held to be legal, in
that the legislature, and not tho
courts, have tho right to declato an
And a eool one at that -Five hundred of ths finest little bound
classics you have hid the cleasure to look at, and offered at the
extremely low trice of fifteen tints a copy They embrace relfe
ion. fiction, essays, history, poetry and juvenile stories. Printed
on first class piper, and attractively btnnd In handsome colors,
Special prices made In larrer Quantities. In coopyrlirbts procure a
copy of 'Little Sbepard of Klisrdom Come" which is one or the
best selling books of the year Plenty of courteous sales people to
wait upon you, and will help to make your Christmas shopping
Pattons Book Store.
The effect ot the decision doea not
reach any of the work of the last leg
islature, but will be operative on the
special seselon nnd future legisla
tures. State of Oregon, respondent, vs.
George S. Miller, ot nl., appellants;
from Harney county; Hon. M. D.
Clifford, Judgo; reversed. Opinion by
Tho defendants woro Jointly Indict
od and convicted of murdor In the sec
ond dogreo. Tho dofondanta aiiogea
solf-dofonso, and, on bolng convicted,
appealed Tho Judgment waa re
versed, and a now trial ordored, on
tho ground that tho overruling of do
fondants' objections to tho Introduc
tion ot ap hotograph of tho murdorod
man waa error on tho part of the trial
VETOE8 NOT TO BE TAKEN UP,
According to'an Opinion of the Attor
Attorney-General Crawford this
morning rondered an opinion, at the
reouest of tho secretary of state, on
tho question an to the oourso to be
pursued in the matter of the bins ve
toed by the governor, whether to plact
them, before the special seeslon of the
legislature for action, or not The
opinion holds, that the constitution. n
providing for the Wllng of these bills
and vetoee at the "neat session.
means tfie sat regular aeeelen. aad
not an exUraordliwry eesekm of U
aMenbly. Hee tfce vetoes uy w-
emor CliaweeHnlR will probably not
be taken up at -thle wmton, although
the legislature ooukl do so It It wished
RAN ON A HARBOR REEF.
Passenger Were Thrown Into a
Panic, But all Resoued.
Seattle. Dec, 2L-The steamer
Amar ran on, a harbor reef at Port
aimoeon. la a fog, Beeewbw 1H.
stove la her false bottom, asd threw I
76 passengers in a pawe. xae Tee
floated at high tide, but broke her tall
shaft te golBg off. The FarralKra ana
n. raoMiut the DaseB2ers and
SALEM, OREttOM, MONDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1802
. Did you ever hear a .mother
worry over a plump child?
There is no hetter bank of
health for a child to draw
from than a sood suppty of
Scott's Emulsion not only
gives a child weight and
plumpness, but it feeds the
brain, bones and nerves with
strength and active power.
Fewer mothers would
worry if they knew more
about Scott's Emulsion.
We'll itnd jrou a uraplt fin upon rtqueit.
6COTT & BOWNE, w fml Strttt. Ntw Yotk.
Helding: Up People
.Looks as If the Labor Or-
ganizations Were Run
ning Business Into
Chicago, Doc. 21. The fin) step
was taken toward pence in the livery
drivers' strike thle morning, when the
liverymen sont n communication to
the union officials If It would permit
union men to take out hearses at a
scale which will be'at the rate ot $2
a day. The union meets this after
noon o consldor the proposltloni Al
though n heavy detail of police was
front to thn stable, the undertakers
gave up any attompt to start-hearses
this morning- The dead are either un
lmrled or being taken to cemeteries
by express wagons or dead wagon.
There were a half doson funerals late
In the night of bodice which had been
awaiting burial since the strike be
gan. Thoy were hurried through ths
dark streets, to nvoIV strike sympa
thizers, nnd rushed to the cemeteries.
Undertakers kept soret all notlcos ot
death This Is important to provont
pickets watching funorals.
Held at the State House This After
noon, and Decides Against a Three.
A caucus of the Republican mem
bers was held this attornoou, and vir
tually decided to hold more than a
tbreo-day seselon. Members enough
refused to enter a binding caueus to
defeat any such purposes, and there
was free expression In favor of taking
up general legislation In a few oaees
that seem to be absolutely necessary
for the publlo welfare.
Hot speechee were made on Ixnti
stdee, but the confereaoe parted In
good feeling for It waa no moro thtfn
a omku. The Hester Oregon mem
ber were all for some few general
measures. Th IlejwWIean leader.
iRokuMiig such men an Senator IJooth,
were opposed to tying the hand of the
legislature by any hard aad fast rule
as to what Utey should do about ad
journment At 2: p. ra. the caucus
adjourned, resolving to take up reme
dial legislation ouly.
HAIR DRESSINO, SHAMPOO- J
NO, MANICURING AND
AU dteeasee of feet skilfully
ItooBW 9 asd 10, Odd Fojtows
buMdiag. Houre 9 to 12 a. ox.
1 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m.
&! lWreHleflO !'
X'MAS SALE of Fancy jj
Todarwe offer a rare opportunity for you to seoure a beauti
ful, as well as practical Chrlsttmas present for enoh ot your men
friends, and the big boys too, and ot Just haif prlco.
It you can't come or send, you'd better 'phono us to save you ono
or moro pair. Remember this sale la for Monday only.
Denied the Joys Tllat Come
to the Humble Ones of
'llerlln,. Dee. 21. The I.oeal Aiue-
Igor today announces that the Csarlnn
of the Ilusslas recently gave birth to
dead sou. The Csar nnd Oaarlna are
In the dupoeet despondency, ami the
lattor's grief Is uncontrolable.
Mormon Non-Union Employes Have
Been Qlven Preference.
Castle Gate, Utah, Dec. 21. The
mine here started up thle morning
with UK men, nearly all Mormon
strike-breakers, lleyond some Jeering.
there was no trouble. The militia nnd
iO armed guard employed by the
Utah Fuel Company., tire guarding tho
property, and nono aro allowed to pass
the dead-lino established. These
mfnea supply most of the doraestlo
coal for Utah and contiguous Western
states. Vico-Proaldent Krames Is
hero, but declines to meet any strik
ers' committee. He reafllrms his de
termination that no union men need
apply at any of the company's mines.
All mines aro now being operated.
Hon. It. IX Hume, representative
froia Curry eounty, will address the
stMdeotM of Willamette University to
night at 8 o'clock on "The Duties of
the Day." la eoweeUoa with this a
drees there will be, as advertised, the
flrst studet re!Ul of the College of
Oratory. Mr. Sarah Hrwae-itairusje.
No admieeion fee charged. The
public t cordially lurlUd.
Marion Probate Court.
Ik the matter ot UtV estate of !
wan) IaHhi, dewed, the xeeu-
tti. alo LarTemme, wa at
charged, aad her boadeieen exhoner-
In the waiter of the final account,
lag of the estate of Jawee Otork, de
eeaeed. the executrix. Naaey Otark,
waa discharged, ftd her boadsroeu
Upon th opIaJDt of Winifred II.
Pewbertoa, exMutrix of th wUte Qt
Nancy II' fitephea. deceased, JJ. F.
Donhara was appointed guardian of the
two minor children, Ororer P. Steph'
eas and Winifred Stephens.
Ours la the largest as
sortment in this part of
Oregon, In fact there ore
J 00 dozen I
on our shelve, ovory
pair ot which is ot your
mercy today. You
soo U'g not a llttio batch
of odds and onda, but n
big lino of this season's
swolleat patterns, at
J-2 Price I
Tlmt moans COo boso for
25c and 2Ce hoso at two
pair for a quarter.
Store open evenings un
(Continued from first page.)
of fonlgn affairs, has asked the
Aineiionn minister not to Insist on
opening the pmvlnoo ot Mukden to
foreign trade. - Citing snya, by so do
ing. America will rollovo China or a
most dinioutt situation.
London, Dee. 21, The Hxoknnga
Telegraph Company today states that
the Jnpanseo embassy nt tondon
guardedly admits that the situation
in the far ltaat Is unimproved. Tho
txi)iangevndd: It Is probable that
Japan is asking Russia to, reconsider
CHARGED WITH SERIOUS CRIME.
Fate of a Woman Who Accompanied
a Man to a Room.
New York, Dee. 31. Ilinll 'Tottet
man, alias Carl Nelleuu, 36 years old,
was arrested this afternoon by detec
tive, charged with being "Jack tho
Hipper," the murdorer who Saturday
night killed and mutilated tho Martlu
woman at a sailor boarding house. Ho
has been positively Idontiflod as tho
man who accompanied tho Martlu ww
man to the room In which she was
killed. He will bo arraigned this af
Late Cuban Tariff Act.
Washington, Dee. 21. A treasury
department oireular has been Iseued
declaring that the new rates of duty,
under the Cuban reciprocity bill, wilt
become operative at 12 o'clock on the
morning of December 12th.
I Bay and Sell
I Salem Abstract
and Land Co.
1 F.W. WATERS, Mg.
i flr C-Tny"
brought them to Seattle.