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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 10, 1904)
DAILY CAPITAL JOUBNAL, 8AXEM, OBEOON. MONDAY, OCTOBEB 10, 190.
STOCKTON & CO.
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! vrJ$s. Sale
The largest stocks in ibe city to se
lect from, nn3 everything new is
to be found Among the stocks.
Zibiline novelties, Chester cheTlots,
homespuns. Granites, broadcloths,
mantsh worsteds and novelties of
all descriptions AT MONEY-BALS-ING
Fancy silks are offered as .follows
at the Dalrymple stere:
1.25 values for .!.... 71c
(1.50 volncs for 80c
1.78 values for ., ,$1.04
2.00 values for $1.37
A beautiful Lew line to select from
at the Dalrymple store.
White Bed Spreads
At the Dalrymple store.
Great Money Raising Sale
Will End Next Sattwday
Saturday we will discontinue our Money-Raising Sale. By that time we will be in a position to meet all of
our obligations, and our attention will be turned to closing up the Dalrymple store. Greater inducements
than ever will be offered this week.
The Stockton polky is to deal squarely with the public. Every individual gets a square deal who comes our
way. Ye have more new goods than any firm in the Willamette valley, and the public knows that these
. are the goods that we are selling most at such reductions.
Beware of Mist epfesentations
i-w i. - t. - : , ;i maVa ! mi hi it believe that they had
bought a part of the Holverson stors! It is quite likely that these same people will try to make you believe
that black is white again this year. Stiek to the reliable firm that attends to its own business; that deals
squarely and honorably with all; that undersells all competition because it sells more goods than any firm in
this valley; a progressive firm that knows what to do and when to do it.
ODE, SALES ABE BONA FIDE. There's no manufactured excuse fcr cosducting OUB SALES.
Any suit in the Dalrymple store
Values up to $20 and $25.
$3 to $7
Excellent values. Genuine article.
Fancy eiderdowns, worth 60e, 75c
and 1. Sale price, per yard
$J.50 Corsets for
Werner's rngt-proof corsets to
Sacques and Robes
A very swell new
An extensive line of very new styles
Best 100 spools of Corticelli, Carl
son, Currier and Eureka silks
Several lines of 3 to $3.75 vatoos
are offered at
Men's regular 25c neekties reduced
15c Toweling 10c
All pure linen crash at the Dalrym
The season is on and we are ready
for it with the largest stock in the
city. Prices range from
60c. to $50
$3.00 values for $1.50
$2.00 values for $1.00
requires no blare of bugles. V.'c
simply inform you that we carry
the line and expect you to do the
rest. COME AND SEE IT.. You
needn't buy. Just enjoy yourself.
Extraordinary Special Sale of Dress Goods
All this week at the Dalrymple Store
. THOSE BEAUTIFUL inOH-GEADE DBESS OOODS THAT THE DALBYMPLE STOBE HAS BEEN NOTED TOE WILL BE SACRIFICED WOBSE THAN EVEB THIS WEEK. WE
.PBOPOSE TO MAKE THIS THE BANNEB WEEK Or OUB MONEY-BAISINQ SALE. DON'T FAIL TO AVAIL YOUBSELF OF THIS LAST OPPOBTUNITY TO GET DBESS
. GOODS THAT SPARKLE WITH FRESHNESS AND STYLE AT ABOUT WHAT IT COSTS TO WEAVE THEM.
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The Local Campaign.
The local Republican cmilgn be
gins to liven up a bit. State chairman
for this eounty, Hal D. Put ton, has re
ceived n choice let of presidential lith
ographs for distribution, as well as oth
er campaign literature.
The Republicans nt Stnyton and vi
cinity are asking for an opening cam
paign meeting, and two spoakors are
to be sent there Rt an early date.
The Young Men's Republican Club
nre preparing a rally for leeal speakers,
nndu a first voters' lub will be under
taken. It is found that the young men
who have never voted before are al
most ltopubliMn to a man.
Militia Officer On Trial.
Savannah, Cm.. Oct. 10. The court
martial to try 1'aptuln It. M. Htteh
and Lieutenants Moll, Morrison, Grll
r and Cm oh charges growing out of
the recent burning of the negroes Cats
and Relil at Stateoborough, convened
in Savannah Unlay with Judge Avoeate
Kapler presiding. The charges against
the aeoused mllltla ottleers include
gross neglect of duty, iaoAiclooey and
misbehavior, awl ooaduet to the pre
judice of good order and military 41s-oipllne,
Military Surgeons Meet.
St. Limit, Oot. 10. The laterMtioH
al CongroM of Military Sorgoaui began
n five days' soMiou in tit. Louis today.
Delegates are la atteodaaco reprooeut
lug the medical service of the I' sited
States cwy ami navy aud the mllttU
QrganiMtie of the several states,
MeJIeal tn reprontlHg several for
ftign otrtin tries are also in attendant,
Ccmsaercltl Club Meeting.
The regular meetUtK ot tke Greater
Salem Cowuierelol Club will be held
at the polieo eourt rooms an Tedy
evening of this weok,
A fU atlendanse of the me-wbor It
(desired, as a oumber of Important nut
ters will be open for dlseuHlea.
I'. W. Kansomo, t?n Francisco.
James T. MeKee, Rochport, X. Y.
J. W Irwin, Taeema
J. A. Scbott, San Francisco.
Hruce Fox, city.
C, 1). Frasor, Portland.
A. L. I.ovelaee, Portland,
R. II. AVeber, The Dalles.
J. X. Soasey, Portland.
M. Priedentbal, Portland.
Del a Iktgart, Portland.
J. Peal, San Franefsoo.
fl. II. Ooeper, Boston.
C. L. Rrown, San Pranelsoo.
P. !. I'lewtlen, San Franoisoo.
W. K. Upou. Seattle.
I. R. ThIIk, San Franelsee.
M. Bisalllon, Portland.
Leuii Sornner, Raker City.
Uoo. T. Dalle, Vancouver.
U J. Seklllls, Xew York.
K, I). Iliibop, Seattle.
Book ltland 'Frisoo systems have ar
ranged for sole of round trip tUkots
to dttoHk-o aod St. Louis, Oetobor 37th,
Sth aiul Wth. Those are the last
Any tm wltloh steial rate tlekets may
he porohasoil oa aeeouat of the world's
Two Divorce Suits.
Twu suits for divorce wore tiled Sat
urday ia too eouaty clerk's otUo.
P. M. Harding vs. P. V. HardlsR and
Jonaie Q. Kyle vs. Jams M. Kyle.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Hays Always Baa.iit
Yew Park for several days has been
infested with a band of 17 hoboes, and
they defy police and eitiiens. A num
ber of petty depredations hnve been
OOWMitted, hut the fearless gang of
somi-outlaws held the fort and feast
oa the gardens, orchards and hen-roosts
of the well-to-do Park people.
About a week ago the bond made
their first appearance in the peaceful
suburb Hd ostablisaod headquarter
la an iaviting and sheltered spot.
l"aaoy friers, wooly spuds and luseious
fruits commenced to disappear, but the
stranger waxed fat and grew sassy.
Sunday morning their pilferings and
general dattioaaor beeunie unbearable,
and the police were notified. A call
from au oflicer resulted and the ho
Itoos promised to move earn p. They
latekod up their belonging, consisting
of a few blankets, tin cans, and other
light utensils, and left. The neighbors
took a long breath, and thought the
matter a closed incident, but imagine
thoir surprise when the impremptu ho
tel was reopened late that evening.
A man, lookiNg for his eow about
dark, approached the camp, when he
was assaulted with a rook, and stunned
by a heavy blow on the head,. A gener
al roll will be issued for the entire po
lio foree today, ami they will go to
the Park to "Here and do," as they
are determiaod to drive the outfit oat
of the oity, er Introduce them to the
raloboooe and rookptle.
W. F. B. Smith-On Monday, Otober
10th, purchased a half iuterest in
the barkmith shop formerly owned
by him at lbl Commercial street, op
posite the Willamette Hotel, and the
new firm of Arnold & Smith is prepared
to do all kinds of general blacksmith
iug and horse shoeing. 10-10-lm
Wanted Lady or gentleman of fair
education to travel for a firm of
$S$0,000 oapital. Salary $1072 per
year and expenses, poid weekly. Ad
dress, with stamp, J. A. Alexander,
Salem, Oregon. 10-10-St
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I: AMUSEMENTS. !!
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For Sale. Cottage .containing seven
rooms, three pantries and bath room,
two lets and barn, on South High
street, north of Lincoln school. For
further particulars call on owner at
S49 Commercial street, socoml floor,
Wanted, Some one to take 40 of my
Bheep oh shares, James Finney,
IlnwkH, Or. 1010-3t
O. K. Q rubber and Stump Puller
Ileuts them all; three state premi
ums; grubs an acre a day; one horse
has, the power of 1U; investigate.
Jas, Finney, Brooks, Or. 10-10-lm
You wiM Htfee It. if you miw the
The aVHson theatre has a fiae nro-
Ctaat this week.
Found. A sum of money. 0H on J.
K, Wright, oxprostman, State and
Wanted. Oirl for general housework.
Apply at the residence of Mrs. R, D.
Allen, 347 High street. 10-10-tf
Minister Gets Good.
Birmingham, Out. 10, The Post
hear that Prinee Mirsky, the new Bus.
stan minister of the interior, has In.
tertsrj has ilrawa up a list of Intern.
tional roformi which he will shortly
preset) t to the Osar.
Edison Continuous Vaudeville.
Grand "San Toy."
Grand "The Husking Bee."
With James T. Powers in his orig
inal part of 'Li," and several others
of the cast whieh first sang "San Toy"
in this country, the delightful musical
play will be sent en tour this season by
Mr. John C. Fisher, already well-known
I to American play-goers as the produetr
J of "The Silver Slipper, "Florodora"
.and other musieal plays, which have
not been equalled on this side of the
water. The season of "San Toy" will
, begin early in August, and the first
(few weeks will be spent at Asbury
rarK. .tannattnn Reach, Newport and
other watering places along the coast.
Afterward a tour of the principal cities
will be made, extending west to San
VrflnIA anil JnvCna u. .
I --" - tr winter toe
pretty Chinese opera will return to
Xew York for a run.
The "Buskin Bee."
The "Huskln' Bo," promiws lo he
one of the bost IamI ...:
I over prodused by local talent. It eon
slats of a oast, several specialties, in.
eluding a ballet from the "Wisard of
the Xlle," and other interesting fea
tures. About 00 people wfll take mrt
in the play.
The proooed. wai g. to the public
library, and every r.,B j, Sftlm
shooM assist the production. The date
is October loth. ,BJ ,t t,ult, u
Do not fail to hear little Emily LhJ
say Squire, the child elocutionist,
the University chapel, Monday eve
ing, October 10th. Admission, adolu,
25c; children under 12 rears, 10c.
Saves Two From Death.
"Our little daughter had an almost
fatal attack of whooping cough
bronchitis," writes Mrs. W. K. Htu
and, of Armonk, N. Y., "but when n
other remedies failed, we saved k
life with Dr. King 'a Xew Discovery.
Our niece who had consumption in
advanced stage, also used this wondef
ful medicine and today she ia perfectly
well." Deeperate throat and lung
diseases yield to Dr. King's Xew Dis
covery as to no other medicine on
earth. Infallible for Coughs
Colds. 50c and $1.00 bottles, guaran
teed by J. C. Perry. Trial bottle
" " w Km Him Barf
Grand Opera House
Monster benefit for Public Library,
given by the Woman's Club.
"THE HUSKlr BEE"
CbktA Louise Thompson
75 Local Amatcis in Cast
INTBODTJCINa LATEST SONGS,
SOOLETY CASE WALK 11EW
WONDEBFUL EGYPTIAN BALLET,
Written for laughing purposes only.
Money to Loan
XUUMAb &. tvw.
Over Ladd & Bash's Bank, Salem. Or