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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, DCEMBER 24, 1003.
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Meats and Provisions
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All Kinds Holiday Goods
At cost prlco. Sale on before Christmas. Embroldory. Silk, Hand
kerchiefs, CIitnAwnre, Toys, Cents' and Ladles Furnishing Goods,
Honvy Wrappers. All kinds of Qarmonts and Ornaments, Court
street, corner of alloy.
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Our Ttit Journal,
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College of Liberal Arts. Law. Art. Medicine, Mtssic,
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editcatioa for all who are aware of the value of trained brain,
THE NORMAL DEPARTMENT-Offers altborouch course In the theoiy end
practice of teachlor. Meets all the requirements of state school law
Its teachers are In constant demand, v
Catalogue Upon Application.
Harritt 5 Lawrence
Sell store) Groceries and better
There's where you get GOOD
Atop in and for younwlf.
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Signs of Renewed Activity
In tho real estate world Indicate In
crowing building operations this
Spring, an prompt ui to remind you
that our facilities for supplying hard
and soft wood, lumbar, lath, shingles,
and other bulldlns materials are ox
coptloually Reed. We will bo pleased
to furnish estimates on contracts,
largo or small. A car of Mill City
QOODALE LUMBER CO.,
. Near . P. Pas Depot
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You did not send mo that order for printing
last month. You had bottor do it now. There
Is tio botter time to got a fresh supply of sta
tionery than just boforo the new yenr. If you
order It soon It will bo ready for you.
the Job Printer.
Groceries that ANYBODY
treatment and GOOD goods'
' cit.D. o. qrocehy.
Around the Ring" of
the World it Is
If Christ Was Not Divine His
Teachings Were a d All
London, Doc. 24. Surrounded by n
largo and livoly party of their child
ren and grandchildren, the king ant!
queen will spend their Christmas at
Samlringham, whero thf-y have passed
the holiday season for years past. In
no home of the wholo British Empire
peihnps, are the traditions of Christ
mas kept up In such good, eld fash
ioned stylo Q8 at the Norfolk hqmo of
King Edward and Queen Alexandra.
The aspect of Snndrlnghnm Houso an
rMirtafmna nnnt-nnnliaa fa tvtltnnl rt
hospitality and good cher Croat
pine logs blaze on tho hearth, and tho
hall and evory sitting room is mada
gay with holly, mlstlotue, evergreens
and lloral decorations. For nbout a
week prior to Christmas day the head
gardoner Is busy In selecting and
bringing to tho house large baskots of
greenery for decorations, and the
prlncense who aro at Samlringham
and the ladles of tho household dollght
in occupyiiig themsolvos In putting up
the Christmas omblems.
Tho choosing or Christmas pres
ents is a stupendous task with the
Iking and queen, who have countlosti
i relatives to think of, and who give bo.
1 sldos to ovory membor of their house
hold. Their corrospondonco too Is
very heavy at ' tho holiday season,
and tho royal postbng is consequently
Christians day is at Samlringham a
ua 01 peace una uoumy anu cnaruy.
Tho hoiiRo party this year inoludes
tho Princo and Prlncos3 of Wales,
and tholr children, tho Duko and
Duchoas of Flfo and little ladles
Aloxandra and Maud Duff, and Prince
and Prlncons Chorion of Denmark and
tholr baby. Prlncoss Victoria la of
course of the party.
ino ucnurosiiy oi mo King ami
queon began tills evening with a dls-l
trlbutlon of boef and other things to
tho laborors on tho royal ostnto, and
also to the cottagers who aro past
work. The distribution took placo
In tho carriage room of the royal
mows, tho king nnd queon nnd tholr
daughtora bolng prosont, and saying
a few kind words to the recipients,
who numbered about 000 or moro.
Later on tho finishing touchej wero
put to the Cluitsmat treo, which is
always provided as a delight to tho
kings grandchildren, and which Is
laden with good things from Santa
Tomorrow morning the royal party
A present that cements more firmly the home ties, that
encourages goodreading andgieater knowledge, that Is
usoful, ornamental and convenient, and that is acceptable
alike to father, mother, brother, sister, relative or friend,
is found in the u Elastic" Bookcase. It's a system of
units a few books tew units, more books more units,
and get them as wanted. And the number of units can
be adapted to the size of your purse. The "Elastic" is
the original and only perfect sectional bookcase made and
sells at the lowest price. Call and examine them now
while our assortment is complete or send for catalogue 102.
will stroll through tho pretty pine
woods of Sandrlngnham t6 tlio lltjtle
church of St.' Mary Magdalortoi tb Join
In tho Christmas a,erylco. It s , tho
queen who dhoosea tho cnrolB.'her fav
orite being, "Hark, the Iferald An
gels Slngi" Returning from church a
favorlto custom is, as on Sundays, to
visit tho kennels and stables, the
queon and her daughton. and tho roy
al children going laden with baskets
of tomptlng morsols for the inmatqs.
Two o'clock luncheon is very Hkoly
followed by a visit to the bowling al
loy. Tho crownlngovont of tho day
is, of coursO, the dinner nt which the
ladles appear In full evoning dress
Tho dinner table is rounded nt the
ends, nnd the king and queen face one
another as thoyaro soated one nt cith
er side of Mho table. Tho baron of
boef, which this year weighs 110
pounds, will bo borne In with tho us-
ua! quaint coremonlos of tho tlmo of
Henry VIIL In nccordanco with time
honored precedent tin plum pudding
will weigh an even 100 pounds, and
will decorate the center of the table,
resting upon a golaeu platter and
decorated with holly and mistletoe.
Tho toast to tho motnory of the late
queon will bo drunk bv the company
standing and tho loving cup will be
passod. Tho king himself will do tho
carving. Aftor dlnnor if tho weather
and ico arofavorable, tho party will
lndulgo In torchlight skating on Sand
l Ingham lake.
Christmas at Ellis Island.
Now York, Dec. 24. For tho first
time in 'tho history of Ellis Island,
there Is to bo a Christmas entertain
ment thore tomorrow for tjie bonoflt
of tho Immigrants who may be de
tained thore. Tho missionaries from
the vnrlous missions about tho city
who work among the immigrants havo
comploted arrangements for the affair
One of the features of tho celobratlon
will be a giant Christmas troo, which
will bo loaded with presonts and
swoetmeats for tho children. There
will nlso bo an olaborato dlnnor for
Wo offer ono hundrod dollaro re
ward for any caso of catarrh that
cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh
Curo. F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
' We, the undersigned, havo known
T. J. Cheney for tho last 15 years,
and bollevo him porfoctly honorable
In all business transactions and finan
cially ablo to carry out any obliga
tions mado by tholr Arm.
. WEST & TRUAX, Wholosalo Drug
gists, Toledo, Ohio.
WALDINO, KINNAN & MARVIN,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio,
Hall's Catarrh Curo la taken lntor
nnlly, acting directly upon tho blood
and mucous surfaces of tho Bystom.
Testimonials sent frco. Prlco 75c
por bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Ilall'o Family Pills aro tho boat.
When You Want
Something to eat, Just try tho White
House. Thoy can Borvo you at any
hour of tho day or night
3iw tke si Ihj MA Yea Hitt Htnji BotjT
Soldiers Subject to
Aches and Pains.
Have My Share I
Find Relief in
Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills
"I can cheerfully recommend Dr. Mllei'
Anti-Pain Pill ns first-class In every respect
They have done wonders for me. I was a
soldier la the (ate war and am subject to and
have my share of the aches and pains from
the hardship that usually falls to the lot of
the soldiers who saw service. Anti-I'ain Pills
never fail to relieve the rheumatic twinges,
headache or other pains. A number of old
comrades in this vicinity who have used Dr.
Miles' Restorative Tonic. Nervine and Nerve
and Liver Pills speak highly of their virtues
in every respect. My health is greatly Im
proved, thanks to your Restorative Nervine,
with the exception of an old wound which
troubles me somewhat" Timothy J.
Lynch, 4th Regt Maryland VoL Inft, The
Rheumatic twinges, headache, nnd the
pains of a disordered stomach are frequent
reminders of the strain and hardships of an
army campaign. In all such cases the nerved
are affected too seriously to right themselves,
and prompt treatment Is necessary. The best
treatment consists of Dr. Miles' Restorative
Nervine, which restores vitality to the nerves
and helps them to throw off various disorders
which bring about pain and suffering. There
is nothing so good for the stomach and bow
els as Dr. Miles' Nerve and Liver Pdls. They
act directly upon the nerves of the digestive
organs, speedily restoring them to normal
AH druggists sell and guarantee first bot
tle Dr. Miles' Remedies, end for free book
on Nervous and Heart Diseases. Addrew
Dr. Miles Medical Co, Elkhart, Ind.
S. C. STONE, M. D.
STONE'S DRUG STORES
, 8ALEM, OREGON.
Tho storoo (two in aumbor) aro lc
cntod at No. 235 and 297 Commercial
stroot, nnd aro woll stockod with a
comploto lino of drugs' and medlcluos,
tollot artlclos, porfumery, brushes,
Has had somo 25 years oxporlonco In
tho practico of modicino, and now
makes no charges for consultation, or
examination or proscription.
Is still hero, and ao busy ns over.
Wnon your clothos aro worn nnd
dirty, or tho buttons off tako thorn to
hor, at tho Salem Dyolng and Clean
ing Works. Ropnlrlng and rellnlng;
now volvot collars put on overcoats;
also four nuito a month for f 1. Called
for and returned.
MnS. C. H. WALKER, Prop.
105 Commorclal Stroot
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Sold In Salem by O. C. 8tone.
Call tor Free Ssunplaa.
Corval lis & Eastern Ml.
TIME CARD NO. 24.
2 for Yaqulna:
Albany 12:45 p.m.
Corvallls 2:00 p.m.
No. 1 Returning:
No. 3 for De'relt:
.... 6:45 a.m.
. ...11;S0 a.m
Loaves Albany 7:00 a.m.
Arrives DotroP 12:20 p m.
No. 4 From Detreit:
Leavoa Detroit 1:00 p.m.
Arrlvea Albany 5:55 p. m
Train No. 1 arlvco In Albany In
tlmo to connoct with the S. P. south
bound train, as woll as giving two or
three hours In Albany before depar
ture of S. P. northbound train-
Train No. 2 connects with the S.
P. trains at Corvallls and Albany gty
Ine direct -ferrlce to Newport and ad
Train No. S for Detroit, BroUenbush
and other mountain resorta leaves
Albany at 7:00 a. m., reaching De
troit about noon, giving ample time
to reach the Springs same day.
jror runner information apply to
T. COCrHlELL, Agent, Albany,
IL H. CRONI3K, Agwit, Corrallis.
TO THE EA3T DAILY.
From 1'ortlaiul, Or
s CO a. fin
8:15 n. m.
Bait Lake, 1)ciht, Ft
worth. umiM Knnnai
Ultf . Ht. IOJh I rltjfi
5 sop n
Halt Lake, DuiiTer Ft.
Worth, OniAbn, Kmimi
iiltv, St. Unlit, I'liwngo
7 46 p. in.
Wall Walla. Uiwliton.
SiKikivne, WrIIuoo, J'ull
mau, tfluneapolla HI
I'Aul. Duluth.V ltttnkt.
Chicago, ami Bh-i.
PORTLAND TO CHICAGO
No Chance of Cam
OCEAN AND RIVEK ECIIEDUU
11 willing ilatcn. subject
Suil nwrjr S libra
8 p irv
ToAatorla n1 Way
Steamer Ruth leaves Salem for
Portland and way landings on Tues
days, Thursdays and Saturdays, about
10 a. mi. M. P. BALDWIN,
For Corvnllls Mondnys, Wednes
days and Fridays nbout 5:30 p. m.
A. L. CRAIO, Agt.O.R.&N. Salem.
Gon. Pass. Agt Portland, Or.
Offers a choice pt THREE gateways,
KANSAS CITY, ST. JOSEPH or
OMAHA, to Chicago and points East
Through Standard and Tourlit
sleeping cars dally between Qan Fran
cisco and Chicago via Los Angoloi
and El Paso.
Through Tourist Sleopor each
TUESDAY from Portland to Chicago
via Salt Lake and Colorado Springs.
Through Standard Sleoplng Care
dally botwoon Ogden and Chicago.
Lowost rate in effect always avail
able via "Rock Island Syatora."
Reduced ROUND TRIP RATIOS in
effect on July 12, 13, 15 and 16, and
August 18, 10, 25 and 20; 90 days re
Do suro that your tJckot readB via
tho Great Rock Island Route.
The bost and most reasonable din
ing car sorvlco. For information.
GEO. W. HAINTER, T. P. A.
L. B. GORHAM, Gon Agt, 250 Alder
street, Portland Oro.
From Tacoma, Soattio, tho Paget
Sound country and Spokane to Mis
souri river points and tho Southeast
the Burlington offers quick aorvice.
Through trains Seattle to Kansas
City qulppod with big, fre chair cars
standard Pullman sleepera. and last
but not least, tourist Bloepers, clean,
comfortable and cheap.
Why not take the Southoast special
via Bllllnga and tho BurllngtonT Too
can't do betton, and you might do
SHE-DON, General Agent
O. C. T. C0.'8 PA88ENQER
and Alton leave for Tortlasd, Monday,
WelDeidar and Friday al 10 a, in,
Tufidaj, Thuradarand 8atardar at 7 a.
m. ror Corvatlli, Tocadtr, TTiuradar
and Biiurdajr at fi p. m.
For Independence dally except Bandar
at p. w.
Deck: Foot of Trade Btreet
M. P, BALDWIN, Aflt
Capital Normal Sc&ool
First National Bank Bulldlne. Salem.
Tne fall term of twelw weeks opens
September 28, Address.
J. J. KRAPS. Salesa, Or
J. Brownstein & Son.
54 State street. Highest castt price
paid for lldea. Pelts. Wool. Tallow
aadfnrs; also general dealer la old
tfa, Rnbberand Metals.