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DAILY CAP ITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUE3DAY, JANUARY 12, 1904.
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At the Old White .Corner and, 298-300 Commercial Street.
Tte Peoples Stores
Our long experience ought to count for something. We have made
& careful study of the wants and wishes of our patrons, and holleve
wo can satisfy -vnry tasto and meet every requirement.
Wo have always succeeded In pleasing our customers, and are hot
tor prepared than ovor boforo to give them porfect satisfaction.
If you have never traded with us give us a call. We believe we
can wilt you.
Our tale of white and clearance sale are but a repetition of our
BONIFIDE REDUCTIONS ON FIR8TCLA88 GOODS.
WHITE GOODS SALE
This tale embraces all
whlto sooda In our store.
White Dress Goods, Etc.
The most elegant line In tho
city. Just arrived from Now
York At Sale Prices.
Muslin drawers 21c up.
White petticoats 46c up. ,
Ladles' gowns -16c up,
KAI-KAI AND CRYSTAL
37c yard .
This line consists, of the lat
est and best patterns shown
8HAW KNIT HOSE
X 8 c pair
That old reliable make that
usually sells at 26c a pair.
INDIA LINON8 Co YARD.
Our clothing store at 20S-300
Commercial street Is tho place
Lowest prices on men's and
boy's suits and overcoats.
No use looking around you
mny as well tome to us first.
SHOES FOR ALL MANKIND
The host and the cheapest
By the Thousands
During tho fall rush wo have allowed thousands of romnnnts to
accumulate, and now wo propose to clean them out.
You will bo amased when you soo thorn, and tho prices will star
LADIKS' WIIAPPKR8 40o AND UP
All wrappers are on sale at big reductions, largest stock In the
city to choose from.
BIG REDUCTIONS ON ALL
Perfect lit guaranteed or your money back. When wo
wiy this we moon It and never parley about the
LAPIS8' ANp CHILOREN'8 JACKET? HALF PRICE.
WB TRY TO OB MODEST ADOUT OUR GROWTH AND PROS.
I'ERITY. The peopl know we ran b.-Uer afford to cut our price
than any other ilrm bemuse lu buying the llolvemm store we
.made enough to euable us to sell many lit! nt iM t)mn it cost to
More Bodies Found.
Victoria. 11. 0 Jan. 13,-The body
of N. P. Bhaw. of this eUy. a Clallam
victim, was found a mile off shore
nd Identified this morning. Five
max bodies wore sighted and tug
fcavo gone to plsk them up. This
stakes It found altegvther
Culragu. Jsn II- Wheat.
Gold Dust Flour
THE aiDNRY POWER COMPANY,
Ub4 for fsjuUly vie. Ask yor
ror for IL Ursa and aborts sJ
waya oa hud
A. T. Wain, Agt.
May Follow Foster.
Columbus. Ohio. Jan. 1!. Bx-Gov.
orner Ilushnell ufferel n second
stroke of parnlysu this mornliiB. Ills
family Is at his bedside.
Collectors of Bad
Wo advf rtlsn thm u-lm
dO UOt nRV ihnir linnet
No Collodions, No Charges
Vau Alstint Gordon A Oo.
Tib 1.2 nm' Hi Tl.-.
A. R. Morgan A Co., Mors,
8ALE OF WHITE.
May Never Come Off
at All Say the
Cannot Be Executed Under
the Old Law Which Was
Repealed Nor Under
the New Law
Captain Samuel White, of ' Dakor
City, tho district attorney, gnmo to
Salem this morning ot appear boforc
tho Bitpremo court, In opposition to
the attorneys of Pleasant Armstrong,
tho man condemned to be hanged In
linker City, January 22d for murdor.
Armstrong's attorneys linve mado an
application for a certltlcato of prob
able oauso to stay the oxocntlon of
their client, ponding an nppoal. The
appeal is from tho order of the circuit
court, Axing the execution for January
22il, nnd tho place named is tho Jail
yard in Baker county. Ills counsel
object to the execution by tho sheriff
pf Haker county, for tho reason that
tho law under which the death war
rant was Issued has been ropoalod,
and they also object to tho hanging
of their client by tho ponltentlnry au
thorities, undor tho now law provid
ing for executions thoro, and passed
after the Dakor county murdor was
committed, claiming that tho act is ox
post facto, and thoy urgo that tho do
fondnnt cannot bo executed at all. The
enso was argued this aftornoon. and
will doubtless bo decided by tho court
In nmplo time,
erin St. Louis
Dee Moines, la,, Jnn4 12v Governor
Cumrnlns, in bis rriesaago delivered
this nftornoon, caused a sonsatlon. Ho
rccomraondB that $24,000, which ho al
leges that tho formor state auditor,
Morrlam mulcted from Eastern insur
ance companies as fees for alleged ex
aminations, bo rofundod. Ho says
Merrlam nnd Insurance Examinor
Holder conducted n systematic cam
paign of collection and oxtortion for
Sr Imis, Jan. 12. Folk is making
an tiiu'ntlsutlon Into the statemunt
that a new combine, composed of 15
member In the house of delegates, de
manded 115 000 for the passage of tho
pnrumatk- tube bill.
Chicaeo Wanted Too Much
and Got Turned Down-Exposition
Washington. D. C, Jan. 12. When
the Democratic national committee
went into session at tho Shoreham
Hotel today to decide upon tho date
and place for tho national conven
tion thoro wns no one who could pre
dict with any degree of certainty as
to what would bo tho rosult of tho
committee's dollboratlons. When the
Republican national committee met
here a few wooks ago its work had
been cut out In advance, and Its du
ties were largely perfunctory. That
such is not the case nt today's moot
ing is evidenced by tho wldo dlvorslty
of opinion expressed by usually well-
informed lenders as to what city will
capturo the convention, and what
dnto will be solocted for the gather
ing. A majority appears to entertain
the opinion that Chicago will got tho
convention, but a St. Louis dologatloil
Is on hand with n strong plea, nnd
thero is a movement of somo conse
quent In tho Intorost of New York. As
to tho date, It Is probablo tho conven
tion will be held the first week In
July. Sonator Gorman Is understood
to favor an early convention, but the
uncertainty as to when congross will
lm romlif in nrtlnitrn (a tllnlv in Innrl
tho committee to fix a Into date.
Candldato talk is still confined
mainly to Gorman and Parker, all oth
er boomlots, Including that of Marshal
Field, Olhoy, Gray and Hearst, aro
still In swaddling clothes. Ono of tho
strongest advocates for an early con
vention la cx-Govornor Stounenborg,
wno, uy proxy, roprosonts Idaho. Ho
favors holding It boforo tho Republi
It Is oxpected n voto on tho conven
tion slto and date will bo reached be
tween 7 and 8 o'clock this ovonlng. It
will bo necowary for the committee to
meet again tomorrow.
The committee was callod to order
at noon by Jones, and considered tho
contost in tho District of Columbia,
which was finally roferrod back to tho
district commltteo It Is nlmost cen-
orally conceded thnt Chicago will get
tho convention. The commltteo ad-
Jounrnod until 3 o'clock, when the va
rious cities aro to present tholr claims
B 5SMSi- i Is n'InB advantage of our
1 PURE AND MELLOW I Jttnuary Sales. I
E RICH AND DELICATE 1 j Every store 'in town, from
H 5 newspaper talk, is offering re- I
P For Sale by I marl; able bargains, but we
A. SCHREIBER, Sal cm. I Bcem o bQ I
uriMtr ' I Patronage because our goods
FARMERS HOME, nro a n(jw nnd Btysh nnd our H
vQqRsqEBSStXME&tiihMyiWnNHF prices lower than all others.
Grand Opea House
JNO. F. CORDRAY, Mgr.
TharsriaY, January i4
The Funniest Play of the Century
Mr. Julius Caun
Presents the farce that has mado all
New York and Boston laugh and Is
It present the reigning succoss In Lon
don, Richard & Hftrils' loarlng, rol
licking, merry comedy,
Ate You a Mason
Adapted from the Gorman by Leo
Uproarious humor, keen satire, ex
cruciatingly funny plot.
Company of oxcoptlonnl comedians.
A comedy success of two continents.
Prices $1.00, 75c, 50c, 35c.
Seats on sale at box office Thurslay
at 9 a,
The Better Store
Tuesday, January J 2
CO! GROVE'S Celebrated Orchestra
Followed by MILITARY BALL
Moulc first class and floor perfect
Benefit to Comwny M 3rd laft
Concert reserved seats 50 cents
Ball, cectlemen 50c. ladles free.
Tickets on sale at Patron Bros.
Washington, Jnn. 12. St. Louis sets
tho Democratic convention on the sec
ond ballot by a voto of 20 to 21. Chlca
go wanted the unused portion of tho
guarantee and the sale of 3000 tickets,
which caused the decision against her
July Cth is tht date fixed for the onen-
lug of tho convention.
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; J;. rw,MMWW"' Yfc8B vour twnWe you or
CEas. H. Hiaees,
WnvMugton, Jan. 12. SecrutaiV
Root this afternoon iwued a vlcorous
denial that the government was plan
nlng to sml troops to the Isthmus to
preiwre for war. Ho says neither tho
President nor the officiate bollevo
ther Is the sllghtwt danjier nf wnr
with Colombia. If the latter declared
war we wuuld I slow ta aee tha
Dead Fish by the Ton.
Vunoomer. 11. O.. J ll-nM,i
nsh strew the tfeor for twa mllfta
around Nanalmo. Thmunn.u ....
thouwinds of horring struggle up the
narrow channel that connect ..imn
with Departure bay. and there died In
places thy lay two fw Uilck.
and in none Km than a foot People
are seeking wptaaattans for this phe
nomenon. The same thing occurred
Ust year on & lesser scale Some say
the eftoroous school of whaks which
entered Departure Ray a few daya
ago frightened the vast sh.i n...n
r nsh up the shallow neck. aBd that
the fish wer packed so tlsjhuj- la the
channel that they suffooataj -m.
wer a godsesul to the Japs. wko hara
a guano factory at Nanaiian nw u.
tie browa mw are coHecUag the fish
Roberts In Line for It.
Washington, Jnn. 12. Tho Oroenn
delegation has not recommended n
successor to Asn H. Thompson, as re
ceiver of the IQrande land offlce.
It Is understood that It has been
practically agreed to lecommend Al.
Roberts, of Pendleton, for the place.
Reyes Going Home.
'New York. Jan. 12. Reyes, who ar
rived here today, says ho doos not
know the exact date of his departure.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured.
by local applications as they cannot
roach the diseased portion of the r
There U only one way to cure deaf
ness, and that Is by constitutional
romedles. Deafness la c..vi t, .
Inflaraod condition of the mucus lin
ing of the Eustachian tube. "When
this tube la Inflamed you hT . rm.
bllng sound or Imperfect hearing
and when It is entirely closed, deaf'
nee Is the reeo.lt. aad ttnhw. tK- i
Hamatlon can be Ukon out and this
tuoe mitored to Its norma! mim
hiring will be destroyed forever
nine rs out of ten are caused by
CAtarrh, which Is nothing but an u.
uomea coadltlon of the m.m.i.
We wlU giro One Huadri tvoi...
for aay case of ofnea r.A ..
caUn) that caacot K w.. v-
Halt'a Catarrh Cu s..i e '
K J. CHHNST CO.. TnVJa rv
Sold by dmalsts, 7;.
Hairs ramlly Wrta are th, fct.
When You Want
Something to eat. lut t ,. ...
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ad ,-onvert.ng them to pnut.cu U8e8. 'hoar ot t any
143 State Street
F. A. WILSON, Proprietor.
Monday, January i i
Entire chnngo of progrnm. Dalloy'a
Dog Circus wonderful trained ani
mals a treat to tho chlldron.
John Coburn, black-faco comedian,
finishing his act with his wonderful
troupe of trnlnod doves.
Mr. J. Harrinston, silver-toned ten
or, will sing tho Illustrated song.
Raymond & Clark, in an entire now
Madamo Ivell In high-class ballads
Children 10c, adults 28c.
wii,., i y uunrii
; THOMAS K. FORD.
'. Over Ladd & Bush's bank.
WM-K-H-H-M-H I Ml I T
4-Hm--H4-f 1 1 H l I IfHf
Salem Camp, No. 118, Woodmen of the
world-Meets In Holmnn Hall every
Friday at 7 '30 p m P L, Fnt8,er
Consul AVyllo A. Moor.os, Sccro-'
SultablQ for blko capes. Wo hare
tho long rubber capea for men and
bflys reach bolow tho knoos and yoi
know If you keep your knees warn
and dry you nro not half as likely to
And those mud guards, tho lonj
steol follows, with tho rubbor mri
catchers on tho end. Wo can sell I
you now rubbora if you noed thom.
Carbido for your lamp, two poundi
for a quarter.
Oil lamps, too, for those who pr-
F. A. Wfegins'
255-257 Liberty 8t
Farm Machinery, Bicycle, Autom
biles, Sewing Machines and Suppllti
N. H. BURLEV,
Sewing Machine Hopalring.
Farmers, call and got a McCoraiek
Otcgon Fite Relief
Orewa'a Great Mutual InsuraawCo.
515,440.588 insurance at flit
Safe, eennnmii-ai inin...
wople. Head office. McMinvllIe. Of.
H, A- JOHNSON, Atrent for Marion Co.
Early Roe Potatoes,
Early Jackson Potatoes.
Oarnett Chill Potatoos.
James M. Kyle & Co
M"" - , ,, Jr--'
30 Days Cleating Sale-Continued
aee Today's Specials
7Hc embroldories, salo prico yr 3C
?ttc best standard eallcoos protty
querns, saio price, yd ,...tc
7Hc all silk taffeta hair ribbons
all colors, sale price yd ...,3fcc
Beet sans silk, all oolors and black
Bost spool sowing silk, sale price
per spool 3c
J3.50 rainy day sHirts, salo price
Best pins, paper lc
The Cheacest stnrft t u. M ,