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At Tne Old
600 yard of theso beautiful and
popular ailkii will bo placed on Bale
at tho striking prico of 37c yard. All
the latest patterns Including white.
Every prlco Bparkloo with valuea.
Our two stocks are together
now, and you are auro to find
tho garmont you arc looking
for, You aro bound to got a fit
because wo havo tho most com
potent help to servo you.
Any Jacket fa theHotree
$ 5.00 Jackets 1or $ 2,50
8,00 Jicktts for 4,00
1000 Jackets for 5.00
20.00 Jacket for 10,00
Great Sale of Watte
Undormusllns, Embroldorlos, 1-ncos, Whlto Dross Goods, Whlto
Bilks, Table Llnons, Whlto Ribbons, overythlng Just so It's whlto,
Portland's Favorite Theatre.
No week In the yoar Is so untntls-
factory to (he thontrlml manager as
, tho mio before Christmas. During that
vetk It Is tho custom of many com-
jmnles to lay off rather than play to
empty bonches. Santa Onus failed to
Interfere with the business of the
Baker theatre, at Portland, Oregon,
howovor, for that woek most droaded
by managois raw tho llakor playing
..Almost to standing room nightly. Tho
Attraction wot tho .Incomparable
Tfaker Theatre Company In Hoyt'a
"A Midnight noli"
Crew Probably Drowned.
Tho North I lend Cltlxou, or the 5th,
saya: A moiRago recolvod at Etnplro
last Bunilny, from Hogtia rlvor, states
that nothing has bm hoard from tho
twomaiWd gasoline sohoonor, Alpha
It'wlll ha rrmomberod that UiIh llttlo
craft loft hero about threo weeks ago
for Itogdo river. All coast vwwols
havo boon hooping, n sharp lookout for
jsome sign of the ornft, but. up to going
to prosa, no news has been received.
Word reached hero late last night
that tho cabin uf the Alia had been
found on the beach near Ton Mile.
If you aro building, anil need hard,
waro for the new house, Manning &
re-rguson Is the place to buy.
Chicago, Jan. 8 Wheat. Wkc
(Sold Dust Flour
,. Mdo by
THB 8IDNBY POWER COMPANY,
Made for family use. Ask your
arocer for It. Dran and short al
ways on hand.
A. T. Wain, Agt.
Ofegon Fire Relief
Oregon's Great Mutual Insurance Co.
$15,440,588 Insurance at risk.
Safe, economical Insurance for ins
teonle. Head office. McMinviiie. or
I. A- JOHNtON, Areat for Marlon Co.
Early Rose Potatoes.
Bariy Jackson Potatoes,
Qamttt Chill Potatoes.
James ML Kyle & Co
J 75 ComuiercialSt,
rzrrr" - "
Yoa May Need Glasses I
Mtliwiiimtmntihlr: ,fy0BBetd8U$lU teUyoo.tr Jt
.!!!yAw' gyg mWM
and Kti Kai Silks
Tho now suits for spring
aro to be the Eton style. Short
Jackets aro tho rage today and
wo aro oolllnc them fast
I12.C0, 113.50. 116.00 Suits re
125.00 Suits re-
Two Years Thirty Days.
In tho circuit court Inst evening, the
case of W. A. Jones vs. John Naze &
Co., appeal from tho Woodburn
Justice court, went to trlnl before a
Jury. The suit la over a contract for
onion-Hat seed, similar to hop con
tract thnt hnvo caused litigation. Tho
caw was BiibmlUed to tho Jury nt 1:30
o'clock this afternoon.
At 2 o'clock this afternoon Uio
court called up the two cases of 13.
C. I'nrsona nml II. H, Allen. Parsons
was convicted of Mmplo Inrcony foi
stealing goods from tho Insnno nsy.
luin, and Allen plead guilty to tho
chnrgo of utlorlng a forged check.
Tho court fixed Parson's punishment
at 30 days In tho county Jail, and sen
tenced Allen to two years In the peni
tentiary. Car-Darn Dandlts.
Chicago, Jan. 9. Anothor day has
passed In the car-barn bandits' trial
without securing n Jury. Tho throe
days' examination has, as a result, so
cured ono Juror.
Annual Meeting at McMlnnvllle,
Tho annual mooting of tho mem
bers of tho Oregon Kiro llollef Asso
ciation will bo hold tt McMlnnvllle oa
Tuesday, January 12Ui, at 10 o'olook
a m at Duma' hnll, for Uto purpose
of electing throe trustor, and the
transaction of such other bus I no
m may be brought before It. 16-lwk
hh hi ii mi iii ii in im
New Today jj
Detective Can you spare part of your
time for profitable detective work
to art under onleruv No expert-
encB nd. Write Anwlcan !)
teetlve Aodntlun, Indianapolis,
Lost-lletween jotofflce and White
Corner, aeul wrlet bag, solid stiver
mmtnUiiiw. set with ruble. Liberal
rewonl for return of same to this
Found. A small brown iW rtmn.
call at 484 bYont Htreet. prove proiv
erty and pay for this notice l-8-3t
Staf t Right I
Begin tho new year right. S
ion hnvA n mimiin.. n..i B
aceouiits, that need to bo col- 3'
leoted That is our business 3 1
we nuverhsn thru a wi.n -i
ot .v their honest debts. 8
nil Alsline Gonion it Co. &
275 1-2 Com1! St ii...- 8
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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREO-ON, SATURDAY, JANUARY 9,
Heavy Buying by Spec
ulators in the Port'
Price Goes up Two Cents-'
Thirty-Cent option Has
Been Jaken-Small Stocks
Portland, Or., Jan. 9. Speculation
Is running high In tho local hop mar
ket, and In their endeavor to load up,
Hnnlnrs nrn rnnldlv blddlnR UO DflcfS.
It Is entirely a speculative market,
growers holding aloof. Only a small
quantity of hops remain In first hands,
and thov nro stroncly hold. Nearly
all tho business In the past two days
has been botween dealers. It Is esti
mated that botween 8000 and 10.000
bales have changed hands nt 25 and 26
cents. Cholco shippers were yester
day quoted at 26027 cents, and strong
nt that. That thero ts confldonco In
tho market Is shown by the fact that
nn option has boon taken upon a lot'
. .m ...., tmn i,i ni,i ,ion n
...I., . .!.n .i. on.u a ...
hold good until tho 20th. An oncour
aging sign Is the Improvement In
prices In Ixmdon, and Now York Is nl
so coming up In rosnonso to tho ad
vance h ore, as Portland Is making the
market on hops.
Stocks In speculators' hands hore
are ostlmated at 15,00 to 20,000 balos
Not much ovor 2500 bales remain In
the hands of growers. On tho West
Sldo only 500 bnlos, ono lot at Dayton
and the othor at North Yamhill, ro
maln unsold. Tho Wo3t Sldo district
Is nlso entirely cloanod up of old hops.
Hop Sake at Woodburn.
Woodburn, Or., Jnn. 9. Tho last lot
of lions hold In growers' hands at
Woodburn and Immediate vicinity was
sold by A. O. Ilrauor to Walter I
Toote yostorday at 23 conts, tho lot
being 75 bnlos, grading medium to
prlmo In quality. Fred Nlblor, of, Got
vals, also sold his crop of 33 bales of
choice to the samo buyor nt 25 conts
per pound. Tho hlghost prlco paid for
hops hore this yoar was recolvod for
27 bales of prlmo to cholco hops, sold
by Charles McCormlck to Walter U
Toose for 25V4 conts por pound.
OfJi Spray Otftfit
Wo bavo a powor sprav outfit that
will Intereet ovory orchard and hon
iiinn In this vlolnlty.
It coneiiits of a two-horse-powor
h-nlrlinnke-Morao Oasollne Bnlne with
iwwer pump, and togother with largo
tank, mounted on Iron-whcoled farm
truck. Tho truck wo havo fitted with
the X-rench, so that both axles swlvol,
making tho shortest turn posalblo,
and permitting tho drlvor to turn
among the trooe or hop poloa with 1m
punlty, aa tho hind wheels track ox
uctly with Uio front.
Tho supply tank contains a Dalr of
paddle nxltatora that revoke In n
hariaontal plane at the bottom of the
tank, thus keeping tho mixture thni
oufihly stirred, Insuring an even dis
tribution of the poison on the folln.
The pump Is fitted with a nnutte nml
ft safety valve, and has suttlclent pow
er ui jrmwttho spray through four
noszlee at a pressure of iss no.in.ia
When the operator wishes to clow tho
nowlo he does not ndetl to ston tha
wbIiw. as tho safoty valve pwinlts
the fluid to run back Into the tank.
The trasoHne enxlne nover it.wm
tired, and does not noed to t..n n,,,i
spit on Its hands. U will DUbu siWnv
for 10 hours at a stretch, aiui ,.
complain alKHit ReinK u jn it's eyee.
w .m.1 i, an orcimni man orlion'Dr.rAi. c
man who hnn manv n . KOSCDUFfi: StaCB Rfllk hmvn
... . .HU),
raanot afford to gt atosc with mn
power on the jmwi). When h Denial
pniy. ana lots itf It. It is dollars la his
pocket to set the tulxtum oo h- ,
or vines on Umo, ami he will not anly
- i nmi eeet. but (Htseibly save
CaM and w wr mtnt We caa sell
them to ywi emBuJWsL. reaJv t .
or can sell you the . pump, arf!
tator. Hvnre. 8c anj vou ,,,,
F- A. Wiggins'
255487 Liberty St.
Farm Mbohlnerv. dIav.i.. a....
mi.. ... ..' ' --- uomo.
-., o.wing Machines and Suaniu
N. H. BURLEY.
Sewing Machine Repairlsg.
rarwers, caji g-j . . u, , .
Grand Opera House
JNO. F. CORDRAY, Mgr,
For Four NIchta Only Commencing
Wednesday Jan. 6th.
MIC uicm muLnuii)
cw... Hrrtlh ntrtelan and
irpnotist, whoso fame U not bound
Mi h rontlnonU. but la supreme
throughout the Inhabits globe.
Price 75c, 80c, 36c
flnti on sale at box ofllc9 Wed
nesday at I
Grand Opeta House
JOHN F. CORDRAY, Mgr.
Fisk Jubilee Singets
In their true Southern Melodies
Monday Jan. 1 1
pf lepo-..75c. 50c. 35c
Seats on fnle nt box office Mon-
day at 9 a. m.
143 State Street
F. A, WIL80N, Proprietor.
Monday, January I i
Knt'r CI,anK ,r P""'; "a,Ioy,3
D"R Clrcus-wondcrful trained anl-
!mals a treat to tho chlldron.
John Coburn. black-face comedlnn.
finishing his act with his wonderful
trou po of trnlncd doves.
Mr. J. Harrington, silver-toned ten
or, will sing tho Illustrated song.
Raymond & Clark, In an ontlro new
Madame Lovell In high-class ballads
Children 10c, adults 20c.
Thursday Eve, Jan. i 4, 04.
At 8:15. GRAND CONCERT by
The GreatcstSlneer ef the Aee
and tier company of artists,
PRICES-S7.50, $5, $4, $3 and $2,
The advance sale of seats will ocen
Monday mornlneat 10 o'clock.
Out of town orders accompanied by
money mall order and addressed to
Calvin llelllr. Marquam Grand Ineatre
will receive prompt attention
Tuesday, January 12
C0 GROVE'S Celebrated Orchestra
Followed by MILITARY BALL
Music first class and floor perfect
Benefit lo Company M 3rd Inft
Concert reserved seats SO cent
Ball, gentlemen 50c, ladles free.
Tickets on sale at Patton Bros
Tonight 8 p. m.
O. S. N. S.
--- -.w..u Willi
OVPT .in Pmhinlmonf
A. V. DmobU received the news this
raornlng that O. C. Heevos. an ownor
1 the Jotitwon creek mines, while on
hl way wit from the mines to Rose
burg, met with a serious aecldeat. The
stae rolled down Bn i.i,..u..
badly bruising Wm. so that he was un
able to roUnu his trf n ... ,.
at Remote, a station In the mountains
-. iuihw irom itootHtrg. Mr
R. HardiHg, ,wo of Mr. Reeves' port
ers. was with him when the aocl
det occurrmL but was not hurt
eaough to interfere with ki. .-. .-
the railroad. Mr. Reove m.i
for a)' Urokea Immki l.. .m . .
able to cobUum hia ih f.
time. Mr. Dea&ta t.tat.i .k. ,.
litem, bad mw fHBui. '..J
,,. .... -.-- - avv wqg
in u iHierosted In haiM. .i.
of his accident.
Audi the White Sale Ate
Df awing the People
Everything In the store has boen re
duced. The muslin underwear Is selling
fast Another pretty line added for
next week's selling.
Come before the best things are sold
The world's greatest singer Adolina
I'attl togother with hor excellent
company of artists will glvo a grand
concort at tho Armory building. 10 th
and Couch streets, Portland, Oregon
Thursday evening January 14th, at
This will bo tho grnndost musical
and social event In the history of tho
state. Excursion rates will bo mado
on all railroads leading Into Port
land. Tho advanco Bale of scats will
n If .!,.., 1 7 L
"'n7 """""' .w.u.b uummrjr inn,
wv,. wui, ut iuwb money iraaiij or-
..v.a uv.vitimiiiuii ii L'liuuit aua au-
drosjod to Mr. Calvin
quam Grand thoatro
Beginning Monday, January 4,
1904, I will sell my entire stock of
groceries at Cost. havo as fine a
line of canned goodo as any store
In town. Call early and take ad
vantage of this opportunity.
IR H. TOWNE,
Corner Capital and Union 8U.
fmrmn , Simm k
30 Days Cicating
SDPOlfllc n.l.ll f.. i . ..
,),","' . r: .: "Vl. "uro ,n
iM..va o uk jor mom.
8 l-3c Rloached Muslin 36 In
wide, nice flno quality, cloadng
Prlco, yd, 5c
15c Ixmsdalo Cambric, flnoet
quality clearing prlco yd, 9c.
Best 7,$c standard Calicoes, new
Irotty pattorne. clearing price Ac.
12!c Whlto chookod Nainsook
clearing salo price 4c
Ladlee ?2 Whlto Cambric under
skirts, handsomely tucked and
trimracHl with embroldory. clearing
sale prico 9Bc.
76c night gowns. flBe quality,
tueked and pleated. Clearing price
96c Medallion Corded White
Goods, otra wW, comK.t
jmUU or droesoa, clearing price
I-acea and embroideries? w0n
I ahould think bo, Wo havo enough
City and back again. Locoa 10, 2c
"' -" "" " umoroiaerioa lc, 2c
High School Notes.
Tho students of tho Salem hlgi
school adopted red and black as their I
colors, and havo decided on n ncstl
high school pin, to bo worn by sin
Early In tho school year tho puplli
of tho high school nnd tho olghti
grado organized a literary socloti.
which la proving a decided succesi
Tho society adopted tho namo of "A1I
R," In honor of Miss Rooosovolt, the
typical American girl.
A growing Interest Is noted In til.
high school affairs. A MEMBER
Star Entertainment Course.
Opens Monday night with tho Fits
Jublleo Singers, at tho Grand Open
House. Season tickets on salo nt ik
V 1u fl A rtfnnn. - rn nft.
." "' """" 1Ul XUV- 'US
aanuggjo 7Ec Wc, 3Gc. On ealottl
thtf box offlco Monday at 9 a. in.
i Horseshoeing and
Soeclalty-Flttlntr rubber tires
all kinds, Prepared to put
them on any vehicle.
Next dopr south Salem Hotel, j
f Ira W, Jof gensen.
miinnii ii nn ; 1 1 n n-U
Wedeewood, Historical plates 58c
The Variety Store
94 court St, Annora M. Wolcn, Prop.
umo ,r wont your share Scq
3c, Ac, 5c and up.
Good largo size whlto towels c.
i-ttc Blue striped ticking 9c
tc White bod spreads for the
largo beds, clearing nrlen 63c.
20c Turkish towels tho best you
over miw for the prico, clearing
price 1214 c.
iViC outing flannel, whllo it
lasts, clearing prico 4c.
Boat Shetland floss, all colore.
and black and whlto. whllo It
lasta, clearlnc nrir iri u
Best Sans Silk, all now ahadoa and
o'bok. clearing price 2c.
wuu numbers in children's 25c
undorwear, clearine nrion iiV.
Romaanta of drosa goods, silks
w voivots, half price.
Children's 35c golf caps, clearing
11.00 Cape laca rnllara trv olnsa.
clearing price 45c.
Men's and Ladlo hosiery and
undorwear at clearing prices.
!lJ5!El2yBrotters, Cour tSt.,Salem
Buy your hardware . m- . o