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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, JANUARY 11, 190V
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;At the Armory, the Enter
tainment Followed by a
Ono of tho -most notable entertain-
meats ovor given In tho city of Sn
ilem will occur at tho armory tomorrow
night, whon Cosgrovo's celebrated
gsoncert orchestra will mako Its np
f pearanco hero for tho flrst tlmq. This
J splendid orchestra from Chicago
will introduco sovoral Bpcclaltlos
which Jin vo novcr been heard In this
eity, and which aro suro to agreeably
surprise tho largo audlonco that ov
I suing. Thoy will porform with1 tho
Jncst, largest and most wondorful
Whj ttso gelatino and
epena nours soaking,
swootcninjr, flavoring 1
ana ooionug wnon
produces bettor romilts in two minutes?
t-Teiyuunginuiopacicngo. Blmply add hot
Wotorandsottocool. It's perfection. Asur
prisotothohousowlfo. No trouble. less er.
ponse. Try it to-day. In Four Fruit Fla
; rew: Loraon, Orango, Strawberry, Hasp.
; berry. At grocers. 10o.
HHHa bHi Emobsi- ftaH aLA
i TiuvriurYnnu mi
EVERY SUBSCRIBER TO HAVE
TY TO GUESS ON A $150 DIA
Beautiful Fitst Wate
' Given Away
You Choice of 975
the Unknown Number That Gets the Glittering Diamond
No Possibility of Any Crooked Work.
Tho Journal has placed an order
through tho C. II. Hinges Jowolry
abuse for a $150 diamond of tho finest
wator, to bo glvon away to subscribers
to Dairy or Weekly Journal for each
dollar paid tho subscriber la to havo
no guess at an unknown numbor of
karoo figures, that will be placed in
seated envelope. This is not a draw-
Ing, tottery, or gift enterprise of any
! kind but a mere innocent, harmless
guessing contest that will make some
ne rlchor by a present of a Una $159
diamond set In a Tiffany gold ring.
How to Participate.
For each rocolpt of ono dollar for
the Dolly or Weekly Journal, to any
address, tho poreon to whom tho re
ceipt Is Issued, will bo glvon an op
portunity, absolutoly without coat, to
have a guoss at the unknown number,"
and tho person or porsons guessing
aearost that numbor will receive as a
present and without any compensation
whatever, and moroly a3 an oxpreaslen
f good will on tho part of Tho Journal
toward Its subscribers, tho $160 dia
mond Tiffany ring advertised lp this
papor and on exhibition at tho Jowol
ry etoro of C. H. Hlngos, 88 State
treot Salem, Oregon. The party
paying one dollar or moro shall re
ceive a receipt for each dollar paid,
and liavo tho opportunity to guess a
different number for each sucli recelpl
hold. No commission la allowed to
any agont or solicitor for securing
subscribers, and tho porson bo bud
scrlblng dooB It with tho understand
ing that tho Dally or Weekly Journal
a occoptod aa payment In full for the
Unknown Number How Prepared.
The unknown numbor that la to be
guessed was niado up In the follow
rag manner. The ten numbers from
with tho greatest enthusiasm. Prof.
B. C. Hayward, of tho Oregon Agricul
tural College, yestorday' telegraphed
Captain ' Murphy, f speaking in the'
highest torms" of 'tub entertainment
given at tho college by this orchoa
tra. Too much cannot bo, said, of the
wonderful' wqrlc of M1b3' Paulino 8l6s
son, tho soprano, who has won suoh
wldo renown In concert opera, com
mencing her career on tho stage at tho
ago of 9 years. Tho story of her life
reads llko a romance.
Miss Louis i Torgorson, concert vlc
Hulst, is now the youngest violinist
on the American stago, and 'all music
al critics, whorover sho has appeared,
aro loud In their praises of her won
Following tho concert will bp a mil
itary ball, on tho finest dancing floor
In Marlon county, and tho affair
promises to bo vory brilliant, with tho
members of tho company In full uni
form, and tho floor filled with the
handsomo ladles of- tho Capital City.
Tho program for tho ovonlng
abounds in cholco numbers, among
them a violin solo by Miss Louise Tor
gorson, a soprano-solo by Miss Pauline
Stone Set in a
as An Expression of
Numbers, Any One
nought to nine were put on soparats
lips of papor and folded so as to be
naeen, and a commlttoo of subscrib
ers was asked to conduct tho as
aerobllng of tho unknown numbor.
This unknown numbor was formed
at Tho Journal ofllco on Monday, Jan
wary 11, J904, In tho following man
er: The ton numbore from naught
to nine, Inclusive, on separate slips of
papor, In small sealed onvelopos wore
placed In a box, shaken, and a
blindfolded person In tho prosonco of
tho committee drew out three of
thoso ten numbors, marking tho first
no, the Bocond two and tho third
threo In figures, and thoy woro than
placed In a large envelopo, sealed up
and placed with tho diamond on exhi
bition In the jowolry storo show win
dow each day during tho guessing con
tost, and will not bo opened until
tho contest Is closed, whon the dia
mond will bo glvon to tho nearest
guossor. Tho unknown number will
be formed by putting together the three
numbers In tho order as marked, ono.
two, threo, on tho onvolopes In which
thoy aro contained. Tho unknown
number will not bo assembled until
tho guessing contost Is completed, and
publicly announced to subscribers.
Tho numbor of receipts issued In
this contost will bo limited to tho
number of gueseos possible In tho
rango of tho numb ore between 012
and 987, as tho unknown number must
bo compoeod of a figure within thoso
limits Tho unknown number cannot
bo lees than 012 nor moro than 987.
To bo a porfootly harmless and In
nocent snd amusing guessing con
tost the number to be guessed at
must be and; remain absolutoly un
known. There must be do chance
musical Instruments, bells and music
novelties In tho world.
Among tho specialties will bo the
follewing: Aluminum chimes quar
,tot, SwIbh bells quartet, musical rak
ties Quartet, Sonnorphoho Marimba
phono, aluminum fiarp1, x'ylaphono and
cathedral chimes, duets and solos,
standard and descriptive , overtures
and many others.
Theso splendid attractions' havo
bcoit recolvod In tho largest cltlos
Slosson and a trombono solo by Wil
The Sash and Door Factory.
Tho saBh and door factory, which
has been under conbtructlon only a
fow months, Is "now nearly completed,
together with its dry kiln, and Is ono
of tho largest, most complete and up-to-dato
sash and door, factories in tho
Tho main mill, in dimensions, is
80x170 feet, and has a capacity of
about BOO doors and 250 windows per
day, bo aid os mouldings, turnings,
band sawing, etc. Tho kilns which be
long to" this mill aro each 20x200 feet,
and aro capable of drying at least
100,000 foot at ono time.
The kilns" aro to o compared with
any In th.o slate, and pososs many ad
vantages over any in. UioiYJcst, so,oxt
portB say. '
In theso kilns thoro is about 2
miles of lV4lnch pipe, and it Is so ar
ranged that all wator condensing In
tho' pipes In tho kiln is conducted
back to tho boiler by tho uso of hot
wator pumps. This is a great saving
in fuel for tho engines. Tho steam
for tho plant Is supplied by two tubu
lar boilers lCxCO, with a 150 horso
power onglno, which has a solid rock
foundation, which had been purposely
selected upon, thus making It run
without tho least Jar. In fact, ovory
thlng In tho mill Is of tho most mod
ern typo, so that tho most cholco
work may bo done. There aro In all
over 40 machines of tho latest pattern
used In tho work. Tho whlto cedar
grown In this country Is said to bo tho
finest In tho world for mouldings and
Tiffany Gold Ring
Good Will To-
of Which May Be
for any crookod work on tho part of
Tho Journal publlshors, of tho Jowoler
furnishing tho diamond, nor on tho
part of any subscriber, Tho rocolpta
for this guessing contest will bo num
borod In duplicate, but tho stub will
bo only for tho purpose of Identify
ing tho subscriber who is tho success
ful guossor each subscriber writing
the guoss numbor on tho back of his
roceipt each ono making his or her
own guoss at tho unknown numbor.
As soon as tho receipts aro alUsold
tho guessing contest will be ovor and
the ncarost number awarded tho dia
mond. How the Guesses Are Made.
On securing a receipt for ono dol
lar or moro, tho porson wishing to
guess will wrlto his guoss be
tween tho above numbers on
tho back of tho rocolpt In Ink or In-
dollblo poncll, writing only ono guoss
on each rocolpt, and depositing the
same in tho soldered tin box provided
at Tho Journal office for that purpose.
Subscribers out of town will bo al
lowed to mako their guess In tho same
manner. Keoelpts will bo mallod
thorn, and thoy can return tho sam,
with their guoss written on tho back,
in a sealed envelope plainly mark ad
"Journal Diamond Guessing Contest,"
and thoy will be deposited in tho box.
The soldered, tin box will not bo cut
open until all tho receipts In the
guessing contest are sold 975 re
ceipts In all.
Receipts Now Ready.
Subscribers can now got their re
ceipts and begin making guossoe to
secure the $150 diamond. Subscribers
by mall and at Journal special delivery
stations in tho suburbs of Creator Sa
lem will all be given the soma oppor
tunity to guem.
TO KILL THE DANDRUFF1 GERM.
la the Only p'oible War of nartae
An Effective Cure.
If you sco a woman or a man with lux
uriant glossy hair, you may too miro nei
ther has dandruff to amount to anything,
InVnearly ovcry caso whero women and
men1 havo thin brlttlo hair, they owe It
to dandruff. Thoro aro hundreds of prep
orations that "claim" to euro dandruff,
but not ono but Nowbro's Horplcldo tolls
you that dandruff Is tho rosult of a srarm
fcurrowlnfr Into tho scalp, and that per
manent euro of dandruff and Its conse
quent falling and baldn6ss, can only be
had by killing' tho germ; and thoro la no
othor preparation, that will destroy that
Korot hut Nowbro'a Ilerplcldo. "Destroy
tho causo, and you removo tho effect."
Sold by leading druggists, iflend lOo. In
stamps for sample to Tho Horplcldo Co.,
Daniel J. Fry, Special Agent.
many local orders nro bolng filled.
Tho factory. Is now turning out an or
der consisting of windows, mouldings
and turnings for tho Masonic Templo
at Marshfiold, aluo a largo order for
tho, Catholic hospital building, besides
thqy havo .orders for tho; bank build
ing and sovoral other largo buildings
now under construction. Tho factory
will employ from 50 to 100 men, as
business may demand.
Tho planning of construction and
tho' superintending of tho work has
been under tho management of Mr.
Potor Logglo, to whom groat credit Is
duo for accomplishing so much in so
short a tlmo. North Bend CItlzon.
Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Handsaker Will
Speak and Sing In Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Handsaker, of
Corvallls, tompcranco evangollsts,
will speak and sing at tho W. C. T-U.
hall Tuesday, 12th, only.
Mr Handsakor Is said ot be a force
ful speakor, also a enpabje slngor, In
which ho Is ably assisted, by his wife.
They havo been In tho employ of tho
Twontleth Century Plodgo Signing
Crusndo. Everybody Is invited.
Capital City Mills Quotations.
Bryant & Pennell, Prepe,
Poultry at Stelner's Market
Eggs Por dozon 23c.
Turkeys 12 015c
Onions l4c. '
Petite prunes 1c.
Italian prunce 5c
Wood, fence Potto, Ete.
Big fir K00.
Afh $3.00 to $3.75.
Body oak $4.50.
Pole oak $4.00.
Cedar posts 12 c
Hide, Pelts and Fura.
Green Hideo, "No. 1 5c
Green Hides, No. J 4c.
Calf Skins 405c
Goat Skills 25o to 81.03,
Grain and Frour.
Wheat, Salem Flooring Ui&,
port value, S$c
Barloy $18.50 per ton.
Flour WholeaaJe, $$.10.
Live Stock Market
Steora 3c. l
Droseed veal 6ttc
Dressed hogs Cc,
Llvo hogs 4c
Mutton 2c por pound.
Hay, Fo4d, Cti. -Baled
cheat $11. ' '
Bale' clovor $1O0$11.
Shorts $21. v
Creamery and Dairy Product.
Good dairy butter 20025c
Creamery butter 30c
Cream separator skimmed.
Com. Creamery, 30c, not
Wheat Walla WJla, 71c072c
Flour Portland, best grade, $3,750
$3.85; graham, $3.75.
Oats Cholco Whlto. $1.10
Barloy Feod, $20 por ton; olled,
MHlstuff Bran, $18. (
Hay Timothy, $16
Potatoes 60 0 60a
Bgxs Oregon ranch, 37c
Poultry Chickens, mixed,
10 c por pound; spring, lie turkeys,
Mutton DrosBOd, 506c
Pork Dressed, 66c.
Boef Drosood, 506?ic
Hops 1903 crop, 15022c.
Wool Valley, 17018c; Eastern
Oregon, 12016a; Mohair, 2637c
Hides dry. IS pounds an, upwards.
15 to 16Wc.
Bauer Beet dairy, 2Q0ZZUc; rxn-
oy cremery,30c; store 18016Mc
XMarkct Quotations Today
X "Mike Oalem a Good Home Mtrkef" ' X
i CLASSIFIED ij
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f Advertisements, Ave lines or
T lees, In ths column Inserted ', ',
f three time for 25c, ,50c awook
T $1.50 a month. All over Ave
nc ax. me same rate.
Wl i I I I I I I 1 I I I 1 t 8 I I I 1 Mi 1
LOST AND FOUND.
Lost Between postofflco nnd Whlto
Cornor, seal wrist bag, solid sllvor
mountings, sot with rublos. Llborol
roward for return of samo to this
Found. A Bmall rbrown dog. Owner
call at 484 Front' glreot, provo prop
erty and pay for this notice l83t
Lost. On Commorclal stroot, a whlto
laco trimmed handkorchiof. Return
to Journal . ofllco and , rocolvo re
Money Found. Anyone would feci a
thrill of pleasure' to pick up a silver
half-dollar on tho highway. Thoy
aro lying around ready to pick up
(no capital required) if you are
willing to rustle and con talk only a
llttlo bit Good for olthor sex, young
or oldi Address or call at Journal
For Salc-J-Froeh cow; lnqulro of D.
T. Brown, at aBylum. 1-0-lwk
Oak Posts. A lot for solo by A. F.
Hofor, Jr., Journal office. l-6-3t
For Sale. At a bargain, ona 18-honto
powor onglno and boiler, on sltlds;
also ono fcorrol maro, weight 11C0.
Inquiro of J. E. Murphy, tilo yard,
For Sale. Fine aocond-gTowth maplo
and ash wood. Dellvorcd to any
part of city. Apply to J. W. Man
lor. Phono 2075 Black, or call at
homo west of brick store, South
For Sale Or trado, a flno 10-acro
chicken or fruit ranch; first-class
buildings and improvements; close
to school, pootofflco, storo and rail
way station. Will trado for city or
nnimproYod farm property. Address
"W. J.," Caro Journal 11-6-
For Sale. At a bargain. For anyone
wonting a good buslnosa location,
largo store and houso combined;
good chance to carry on a gonoral
merchandise business on ono of Sa
lem's boot stores. Address Ira
Towno, Salem, Ore. 12-16-lm
Choice Farm For Sale. Throe miles
northwost from Brooks, having
dwelling house, barn and two hop
houses, with 30 acros of hops, bal
anco farming land, with running
wator, oxcopt onough cholco timber
to supply tho placo. M. J, Egon.
For Sale. O. K. Grubbors. Boat in
Orogon; thuo stato premiums;
ono horso has tho powor of 99; can
grub an aero a day, James Finney,
Brooks, Or. 11-26-lra
For Sale Inmproved and unimproved
block property In South Salem, For
Information Inquire of 13. Hofor,
Journal office 10-9-tf
For Sale Eighty acres ot land in
Washington county, for $450, A
bargain for somo ono wanting to
mako a home. Some timber on the
placo; somo clearod. B. Hofor, Sa
eom, Orogon. 100tf
Dr. I. W. 8tairr Offlco In Bush & Broy
building, vor Orogon Shoo Storo.
Offlco hours, 9 to 12 a. m. and 2 to
5 p. m. Calls attondod In city or
country. Residence 'phono 2355
Dr. H. H, Scovell. Susgestlva
thorapoatics. Osteopathy. Nenrous
and functional dlseasoo. Rooms 4,
5 and 6, D'Arcy building. Phone
2855 Main. 1-1-lra
The Proper Thing The iopular
'drink for family uo Is G. S. soda
' jand carbonated beverages. Every
body should keep these goods at
their homes. Call up Gideon BtoU
Co. 'phone 421.
8ay Havs you tried Edwards 4b Lusch
ors for meats, We havo tho best
sausage In town. Come and try It,
and be convinced. 410 East State
Salem Truck and Dray Co. Oldoot
and host equipped company In Sa
eom. Piano and furniture moving
a specialty Offloe 'phono, 861. W.
W. Brown k. Son, proprietor. Offlos
No. 60 Stato Btreet 9-1-lm
Dr. Z. M. Parvln At 297 Commercial
street upstairs. Singing schcoL
Rudlmental and sight reading class
es. Begins Wednesday evening, Oc
tober 14th. Class every Wednes
day evening to May 1st, next Tul
Unique Cleaning Rooms Shaw A
Johnson, the cleaners, are now lo
cated at 209 Commercial street
They do a general prewlng and r
pairing business. Specialties; Skirts,
silk waMs. kid gloves, geois cJotit
Inx, etc Phone 2814. ft-SS-lyr.
For Rent A four-room cottago at
387 Church stroot Will soil fumI-
turo and a winter's supply of wood.
Rooms for Rent Up stairs, Cottle
block, by day, week, or month. Al'
so light housekeeping rooms. Elec
tric llghtk Open all hours.
Commorclal St, No. 333,
Phene: 2965 Main,
Mattie Hutchlns, Prop
Mr. I Campbell Does, dressmaking'
at hor homo, on the cor line, near
tho South Salem cemotery.
DK W. 8. Mott Will hereafter b
found la .tho Broy block, 275H Ccca
morcial street, over Oregon Sioe
Co. Office telephone, 2931; resi
dence phone, 2751. Office hoars 9
to 12. and 2 to 5. aj
New Sweet Cider. Dnd your order to
the neareat grocery,- or call ujp
phono 4J1. Gideon BtoU ft Gal,
W. Calvet Practical Watchmsfcaf
158 Stato street, make a vpeoiaMr
pf repairing watches, clock si
Jowolry, and guarantees good wrfc
at reasonable prices. 11-12-lyr
Ferduson's Restaurant 05 Stat
Btroot Open day and night Our
20c meals are bettor than any 9S
houso In the state, Slx'20o aeaM
for $1.00; 21 20a meals for $3.00.
Valley lodge No. 18, A. 0. 0. W. Meets
in tholr hall In Hoi man block, cor
nor Stato and Liberty, every Moo
day ovonlng. Visiting brothros
wolsomo. Itoy Mclntlro, M. W. A.
E. Aufronce, Recordor.
Central Lodge No. 18, K. of P. Oaxtl
Hall In Holman block, corner Stat
and Liberty Sts. T'lenday of eaeV
weolc at 7:30 p. m. II. II. Turner,
0. O.; W, I. Staloy, K. of It and S.
Foresters of America Court Sons
wood Forestors No. 10. Moots Fri
day night In Tumor block. S. W.
Mlnturn. O. R.: A. L. Brown, flee.
Modern Woodmen of America Ore
gon Codar Camp No. 5246. Meets
every Thursday ovonlng at 8 o'oloelr
Holman Hall, Frank A. Turner, T.
C: A. L. Brown. Clerk.
Protection Lodge No. 2, Ancient Or
der United Workmen, meets vrnr
Saturday ovonlng In ih9 Holmes
Hall, corner Stato and Liberty
streets. Visiting brothron woJcohm.
J. a Graham, M. W.; J. A. Sellwcofl
Drs. M. T. Schoettle, Frank J. Bar?
and Anna M. Darr. Graduates
Amorlcan School of Osteopathy,
Klrksvlllo, Mo., successors to Br.
Grace Albright OfilC' hours I t
12 and 1:30 to 4:30 o'clock. Odd
Fellows' Templo, Phono Main 27Mr
rosldonco phono 2603 rod.
TON80RIAL AND BATHB.
Evan's Barber Shop Only first-claw
shop on Stato stroot Every thing
now and up-to-oato. Finest pores
Iain baths. Shave, 16a; haircut tie
baths, 25c, Two flratclosa boot
blacks. O. W. Evans, proprietor.
SALEM WATER COMPANY
OFFICE CITY HALL.
For water service apply at offlo.
Dills payable monthly In adranc
Use oil complaints at tho offlco.
EXPRESS AND TRANSFER.
Express and Transfer
Meets all moll and passenger train
Barrage to all porta ot the city.
Prompt service. Telephone No. 841.
HECKMAN'HEDRICK & UOMYEK
Walter Morley, Dealer In American,
Elwood and Page field fonclng. Ail
kinds of poultry fonclng. Bhlngleo,
P. & D. ready roofing and wall
paper , Prices the lowost Salot
Fonco works, 60 Court stroot,
O. M. MACK
Successor to Dr. J. M, Koone, In
White Corner, Salem, Oregon. Parties
desiring superior operations at mod
erat foe In any branch aro la especiiS)
THE BUTE CAFE
208 Commercial Street
Regular Dinner at Noon 25c
Meals at all hours
Service a la Carte
B ECKBRLBN. Proprietor