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DAILY CAWTAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY.) DCEMBER 24, 1903.
The Ctf istmas
Do you know what your wife or your sweetheart would like best
ChrLtmaar If you don't know, have you been able to u , P h "
. Wt U the Barr Store might help you; for ,t ,, 8tock d " h ho
thing "at w0"15" love- U '
nIng8, for Instance-especially DIamonds-ar, iUre of wa
welcome. And. we have great variety of beautiful Ladles' RL. at af
m1 "n T T T t0 Pa' Ur "eW C,urter "" - P-hnps
the loveliest of a... They are of Diamond, and Opals, Diamonds and
Sapphires, Diamonds and Rubles, and Diamonds and TurquoUe-and
every one oMhem Is royally handsome. Some of our Cluster Rings are
of Dlamondsalons, ond there are any number of Diamond Soltalres
to soy nothing of the hosts of other pretty Rng8 , wh,eh otnep '
olus stones form the center.
Then, there Is a glorious array of Lockets, Brooches', Bracelets Neck-
chains, Chatelaine Watches, and so on, from which any woman could
select dozens of things she would like.
Fins Umbrelles such as we show at all the way from $4.00 to $20.00-
are Christmas treasures of the newest sort.
And when" It comes to our displays of Silverware, Cut Glass and Havl.
land China, you reach a class of gifts In which wrong selection Is lm-
possible for no woman In Salem could be otherwise than pleased
with anyartlcle, little or big, from the whole assortment Come pleas.
and seo for yourself.
hardware buslnoss hero for the past
dozon years, and Its members havo
been resldonts of Salem slnco lS&fc,
and during that tirao havo had the
confidence and esteem of the business
community of this city. Tho Messrs.
Gray will remove to Seattle, whore
they have purchased a stock of hoavy
hardware, and they will, in futuro, con-
U,. Mn nnruware, ana they will, in futuro. con-
IS 0t tXpeCtea Tliat the dt a wholeealo business In that line.
GOVerilOr Will Vets Anv lw- T ary ,s oaiy in that city In
Corner State and Liberty Streets, Salem, Ore.
The governor has In his hands for
action 34 bills, passed by the legisla
ture, 18 from tho sonaU, and 1G from
tho house. They are: $100,000 canal
bill, ropeal Phelps' act, restoring tax
law, tax oxomiMon act, Lincoln coun
ty judge's salary, Pleasant Armstrong
execution, aislgnment of claims
against cltlos and countlos, Soldiers'
Home appropriation, term of court in
ninth Judicial district, diplomas Mon
mouth graduates, game laws, record
ers' feo bill, competency of wltnossos,
Josophlnc county offlcors, Multnomah
county circuit Judges' salaries, appro
priations expense special session, six
hills to amend code, and tho fallowing
charters: Marahfleld, North Bend,'
Gold Day, Lebanon, Deavor Hill,
Adams, Seaside, Tho Dalles, Athena,
Lostlno, McMlnnvlllo, Cottago Grove.
It Is not expected that tho governor
will feel conipollod to veto any ot
them, unless ho finds omo gravo or
ror has boen committed.
chargo of tho business, and "Oeorgo D
will remove there Immediately after
the first of tho year, when he closes
up his business here and makes his
Miss Shirley as "Cigarette."
At the re u est of some of Miss Shir
loy's friends, wo reprint tho little
Jlnglo appearing In Tho Journal last
Dantlett of all Vlvandleres,
In the army of Alglors.
Eyes aflame and chooka aglow,
Crimson cap and hair a-flow,
Loving as but woman enn
Heart of girl and bouI of man
Knowledgo far boyond her years
Laughter bubbling up through tears
Chic, insouciant coquotte,
Charming, dainty, Cigarette.
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ttH4WH-Hl HUM HHt
t Frank Wlllmnn Is in Portland today
Mrs. S. A. Kozer is visiting in Port
l&nd during tho holidays.
Miss Pearl Skiff is In Portland vis
iting with friends for a few days.
Hiss Callsta Mooro Is In Portland
for a few days' visit with frlonds.
II. J. Dlggor wont down to Portland
lut evening to spond Christmas with
TVJJJ Judd, a student ot tho modi
&1 ichool, was passenger on tho Al
ton? local for Portland.
Ansel Clarke, a student of O. A. C,
ho has boon opondlng tho past fow
.days with Grove Bolllngor, went to
Portland last ovonlng.
J. C. Drown, tho votoran Salem
hardware man, Is quite sick at his
home, but is reported conslroably bet
Same Old John.
The. notorious John Dee was again
arrestod last night by officers Gibson
and Johnson for imbibing too freely,
and, aftor an Intorvlow with Recorder
Judah this' morning, he pungled $10,
nnd went out Just that much shy on
Govornor Chamborlaiu and Mr. Ga
tens, his seerotnry, leave this evening
for Portland, where they will spond
Christmas with their families
J. A. Poland and family aro homo
from a throe months' visit to Mr. Po
land's old homo In Indiana. They
visited relatives In the old Hooslcr
stato and on tho way homo stopped
off In Bevoral towns In Kansas before
coming back to Orriron. Mr. Folandl
will rosumo his work at the prison as , 9
overseor on Jnnuary .first. I MS
South Salem Personals. J.
Miss Lena Donolt, ot Cottago Grove,
Is In tho.olty spending Christmas with
hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Donolt.
Miss Vera Cary, who has been vis
iting frlonds in South Salora, wont to
Tho Dalles yesterday.
Miss Maudo Myors loft this morning
for Scio, whoro sho will spond tho
Christmas holidays at homo.
Mr. and Mrs. Hopt and family loft
this morning for Corvallis, whore thoy
will spend Christmas with relatives.
Miss Gertrude McDoo accompanlod
New Imported Fronch harps, In auy
key, for salo very choap, at W. Cal
vet's, practical watchmaker, 1SS State
Guessing Contest Decided.
Tho guessing contest at Jos Moyorp
& Sons store, whero tho number of
seeds In a largo pumpkin wore to bo
guessed, wns this aftornoon decided.
A largo mimbor of guesses woro re
ceived from tho little boys nnd girls
about town and when tho big pump
kin, which, for tho pnst fow weoks.
hns attracted the attention ot the
children, where it was on display, in
the largo central show window on
Court stroet. wns this' afternoon cut
open and the seeds were counted, It
was found that Frank Fnrrlngton. the
little son of the butcher of that name,
had guessed the exact number 43G, nnd
received the first price, a fine police
patrol wagon. Miss Gaynell Dnldwln,
daughter of M P Dnldwln, was the
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THEY COME TO US
For Practical Gifts For Men and Boys
J - . GEO. E. WATERS ' '
1 Wholesale Tobacconist and
I Cigar Dealer
3 Largest Stock in Willamette Valley
I ...?frB 8ALEM, OREGON.
Areflocklnetous. slmcly because no hive the stock to make a,
wider selection from some come to take advantage of our great
doll sale, others for a oholce vase from the Bohemian and
Poinocllan" line, while the others to (elect their calendars,
books. albums etc. i . . ... . .
We simply bad to add to our clerical force, ant we can rive
our patrons more attentlon-You can shop In theevenlsctas well
as the day time as our (tor Is brilliant y Ilshtcd for the occasloa
We are opened evenings ,--,-,, rt
PATTONS' Book Store
vm... y - -V tm
A clear Havana 120 cigar. For sale by oil dlcr
stein, Manufacturer, Salem, Orenon.
Elfts Is best aeloctod ahead. Wo baTi
Wd In a splendid stodc for the holiday
trade, which It wlllW you to ex
amino. Wo havo a magnificent stock
of ring in, all tho latest settings, solid
Bold rings at S1.50 and up. You can
make your selections now, and we
will hold them for deliver.
C T. POMEROY
Jeweler and Optioton,
Nearly a year ago, when tho legis
lature was In session, Josslo Shirley
nlaved a week's engagement here,
and among other things delighted Sa
loin's thoator-goors with her creation
of "Cigarette" In that charming story
of "Under Two Pings." At that time
The Journal oxpresscd Its opinion of
the character, as portrayod by her, in
a bit of Jlnglo commondlng her con
ception of Clgarotto. Hor new playB
aro equally well rondered, her acting
being natural and at tho same tlmo
full of force and go. Tho houso last
nluht was oxcoptionally good, consid
ering the fact that tho legislature was
dying young, and somewnai wtw
ted. And tho plar well ropald those
who attondod Tho stago muwb
i.i.i. i.nn..(ifnl tirkflnllv
wero romarauiy ' ---
la tho third act. Tho play tonight Is
tho "Duchess Du Harry," written es
pecially for Miss Shirley, and one
well suited to hor talonU. Those
who seo hor tonight will come near
seeing tho original, and will at tho
samo time see a pretty anC talented
and charming little aotross. The
curtain will not go up until 8:30, ow
lug to Christmas shoppers, but thorc
will bo no long waits and tho rr
fonnance will clow at the usual hour.
Go to. Seattle.
The hardware store of Gray Bros ,
In this city, has bean sold to F. W
Spencer, of McMlnnville. the Invoic
ing of the stock has been completed,
ftnd the businew turned over The
firm of Gray Pros has been In the
noxt host guesser, and sho rocelvod
the flno doll's go-cart.
Judgo Durnett went to Albany to
Dr. J. V. IUiMKim, of Turner. Is In
Fred Gfoller. of Turner, Is. In the
Miss Hlanche Pawk, of Illokreall,
Is visiting her cousins, the Misses
Fawk, of Fdlrmount Pnrk.
Kdgar V. Averlll, a student of Wll
lametto University, Is spending the
holidays with his parents, nt Drowns-vlllo.
Mrs. 8. A. Jonos has returned fromH
a four-months' visit In ISostorn Wash.
IngUjn and Idaho, and Is glad to be
back In 'Webfoot among her old
Wo dou't claim to have a atoro fall of niebnnoks and ! !
! ! things that loso their usefulness whon tho novoltr'a worn off. ! !
but wo do show many practical nnd uioful things, especially j J
i ! for inou and boyo. If you want someting inexpensive, for ex- i !
i ! amnio there's neckties, cuff buttons, fancy hosiery, silk hand- ! i
; kerchieft, suspendort, shirt studs, collar buttoss, eto. etc, and ;
ii yuu wouiu liKoio put a iimo ingro uiuaoj nuo your gut, wo ' :
wuuiu ougosb jiutcs, uiumois,
Sweaters, fancy yosis, grips nnd suit cases. A. Buit or nn ovor-
i i coat or a hnt, or n shirt would always be accoptablo for a man.
! ! or boy, and a fine pair of hlaukots, who wouldn't bo glad to
1 1 recoivo a pair? If wo haven't named it yot, como irj and lot
5 us suggest more.
A Social Gathering.
An oxcoodlngly plensant card party
was held at the residence ot Attornoy
Qontoral and Mrs. A. M. Crawford last
Tuesday ovenlng, a select party of
guostB bolng entertained by tho
hosts. Aftor nn ovonlng of diversion
with cards, tho gussta woro regaled
with, a dainty repast. Thoso preaont
wore: Governor Goo. 15. Chambor-
lain, Judgo and Mrs. F. A. Mooro and
Mrs. J. II. Aokormnn, Mr. nnd Mrs. 13.
C. Patton, Mr. nnd Mrs. It. D. Hous
ton, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. It. Whitney. Mr.
and Mrs. Wood, Mrs. Ida Vaughn, Mrs.
C. D. 8helton, Miss ISsthor Humo, It.
i). Baker, J. I Watson and Jnmos W.
Store open evenings until Xxnas
fr W-v !
The evannelUt nt the Twelfth-street
HollnMB mission hns travolod oxten
slvnly In the Holy Ijind, and has writ
ten a commentary on tho whole lllble,
Dr. W. 11. Godbey, of Kentucky. He
lwturoe nt 2 n. m. nnd S p. m. each
day. Admission freo. These ovangot
istlo soryiceu contlnuo to Docombor
Take lemon, for instance;
Schilling's Best is 30 times as
strong as the usual extract.
Goes 30 times as Jar.
At youf ptM'i 1 myidt.
A Great Scholar.
Dr. W. II. uoduey. of Kontucky. who
Is drawing large hotim. ns an evan.
gellsL nt the Twelfth-stroet HollnMfl
mission, has a reputation as a Greok
scholar second to none In tho New
World. Hverybody should henr his
expositions of the scripture. He is,
besides, nn eloquent orator. Meetings
dally nt 2 p. in. nnd 8 p. in.
Flno assortment of ladles and
gonts' gold watches and chains, foi
tho holiday vtrado, for salo cheap, at
W. Olivet's4 Practical watchmaker,
158 Stato strooL ood
MODEL OYSTER PARLORS
U0 Court Street.
Oysters snyityls nnd short orders.
rtrLo?M, Ubleksn Tsmalei, Hhell
Bpeclal dinners every dy,
FUb.Ete. in tesion
1 Btsy arid Sell f
I Salem Abstract 1
and Land Co.
F.W. WATERS, Mgt.
V iiA.r. ntcneiMn AM AM POO-
nnin iini."ii'"( -
ING, MANICURINO AND
All dlsoasea of foot skilfully ! !
treated. ! !
I Rooms 0 and 10, Odd Fellows ; j j
T tiulldlne. Hours 8 to 1 ni, . .
? 1 to S and 7 to 8 p. ro.
; : Tfcrec New Shapes
; J In Blucbor and Bal shoes
ii New last, best fitter on
! ! Be our nevr enamel and box
ii calfehot at
Piir at TfC?
!! !! 99 Stxtc St, Sitem, Qttzon
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Tte "Spa's" Cht-istmas Annotmcement
And Almonds, lyi !b. for
Special price. In larflo W"U'
j! Mixed Candy j
We keep the best pure 0x
No B1"" dr0Pfc
Co jn and . what a
uckful 25c will buy.
I In fancy boxes are the bJ
Ideal of delicious confecOon.
I Candy Canes ii Atftomottle ii A Box
.. Vwm ' :: Of8p Candy
These are a delight to both
vouna and old.
They caupM the popular
Candy boxes for the children.
A nice 0" fl,,ed w,th wm,y
&e our ChHsknae " o0-
nt sa Candy will 'pl
more popl present thai
any one thlno In Balerru
Are freeh and horn made.
This mans much to buyer.
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