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THIS 13 THEQORNEB YOU WANT
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Our delicatessen department is sure
to tempt you and meet with your fa
vor PICKLED PIGS FEET,
SLICED EASTERN BACON,
STEAM COOKED HAM,
SLICED RAW HAM,
CHIPPED DRIED BEEF, v
MACKEREL IN OIL.
CHEESE 13 different kinds.
Genuine bomc-mado cakes.
Sardines, sandwich fillings, etc., otc.
FULLER & DOUGLAS.
Salem's Leading Grocers.
456 Stato St. Phono 2261
DATLT OAPlfAi JOURNAL? 8 ALBMToIiOOW, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28,1905.
Miss Eva Hall is in Corrallis for a
,T. B. Winstnnley enmo up from Eu
Chauncoy Bishop spent Sunday with
Hon. John Minto was in Albany yes
terday on business.
George Meyers went to Corvallis last
night on a short business trip.
Honry Leiter, of Eugonc, was a Snr
lem visitor tho first of tho week.
E. F. Fenton returned to Albany this
morning, after a visit with friends.
Mrs. M. Howo and son, Lester, of
Deer Creek, nro in tho city, visiting rel
atives. Thos. Edwards, a welWknown farmor
in tho Turner neighborhood, was in tho
Mr. and Mrs. I. IT. VanWinkle, spent
tho past fow days with relatives at
Sid Stowart, of Roseburg, who has
been in this city on business, returned
Miss Eithel Frizzell roturnod last
ovoning from a week's visit with
Tfricnds nt Eugene.
Miss Olivo Turner goes to Albany
this ovoning for a fow days' visit with
relatives nnd frionds.
Miss Clara Haslam wont to Portland
last ovoning fpr a few weeks' visit
with relatives nnd friends.
Miss Lctha Patton roturnod to her
homo at llalsey this morning, aftor a
visit with relatives and frionds hero.
Miss Maudo McBco roturnod to hor
homo nt Corvallis this morning, after
a visit with hersistor, Mrs. O. P. Hopt.
Charlos Black and George Richmond,
of Dallas, roturned homo last evening,
after having spont tho day with friends
in tho city.
R. L. Gilo, of Salem, representing tho
firm of H. S. Gilo & Co., commission
morchants, spont Sunday in Roseburg.
Miss Thecln Dovo, stenographer in
tho Booth-Kolly Company's ofllco at Eu
geno, arrived in tho city last ovening
for a short stay.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Rigdon wont to
Jefferson this morning, whero thoy will
attond tho fuuoral of Mrs. Lyous which
occurs there today.
Mrs. Jossio Eldridgo Southwick ar
rived in tho city today and is being
entortainod at tho homo of Mr. and
Mrs. 0. P. Bishop.
I). It. Stoolhammer, ono of tho geninl
young proprietors of tho "Toggory,"
roturned from a short business trip to
Portland last ovoning.
Mr. nnd Mrs. E. Hartley roturned to
their homo at Junction City this morn
ing, nftor a visit with relatives in Sa
lem and Maclcay. Mrs. Hartley was
formorly Miss Cecil Eoff of this city.
Judgo 1ST." J. Judah has roturned from
an oxtonded trip through Southern Or
egon and California, greatly improved
in health and spirits. Tho "Binilo that
won't como off" onco moro adorns tho
judgo's countenance as ho shakes tho
hands of his many frionds.
Dramatic Reader Entertains
the Students of Willamette
"Personal Development" was tho
thomo of a short address to tho Unt
vcrsity students this morning by Mrs.
Jessie Eldridgo Southwick, of tho Em
erson College of Oratory, of Boston.
"Freedom is gained through work,"
was the opening thought, and sho went
on to develop this and to show that
freedom is a positivo achievement
which enables its possessor to express
tho universal law of nature through
"Education is not merely a learn
ing of facts and figures, which will bo
most forgotten by tho time you are out
of school, but it i3 an eternal posses
sion which gives ono tho power to
know tho power to do, nnd tho powor
Patlenco and right endeavor were
two guiding principles recommended by
"Patience," she declared, "is a
great virtue. It is not a mere passive
ness, but it 'is a sublime fortitude that
never relaxes, never gives up. '
"Every day of our school life is an
opportunity to correct somo fault, to
eradicato somo evil in our lives. Ac
cording as wo have sown so shall wo
In conclusion sho gaxro as an empha
sis to hor remarks two very beautiful
readings, "Tho Chambered Mantilis"
and "Lifo and Song."
Mrs. Southwick has wonderful pow
ers of expression, which combines with
her charming personality to mako hor
a favorlto with any audienco. Tho
students were moro than delighted this
morning nnd will turn out en masso to
hear her in "Tho Merchant of Venice"
Willamette-Oregon-0. A. C-
Alliance for Promotion of
LONG'S CIGAR STORE ROBBED.
Slot Machine Broken Into, and Con
tents Stolon by Local Thugs.
Illll H illlll 1 "4"M-f 1 1 H
Cigars and Tobacco
151 State 8treet.
101 Court Street.
I The Masses
I "Whether laws are made for them
or not. our meals are. and they T
;; are .appreciated by hundreds
. . every uay.
: : White House
A groat deal of , mystory surrounds
tho robebry of n slot innchino in Long's
cigar (?) store, which presumably oc
curred Saturdny or Sunday night, as
tho robbery was ovldently committed
by somo ono who was acquainted with
tho arrangement of tho placo. Tho
burglars enmo in by a back door nnd
pried the lock off of a nicklc-in-thc-slot
machine, robbing it of nbout $30 in
nicklos. Thero nre also, a box of cigars
and a fow packages qf gum reported
missing, making tho total amount lost
about $35. t ,
Tho storo was closed by tho proprie
tor at 0 o'clock Saturday ovoning, his
gambling games being closed, and was
not opened, ngaiu until Sunday nftor
noon, whon ho dropped into tho placo
for a few minutes, out did not notico
anything wrong. Ho then ngaiu elosod
tho placo until yesterday, when ho camo
down and opened tho store, finding, to
his astonishmout, that tho machiuo had
boon broken and robbed.
Baseball enthusiasm at Willnmotto
rocolved a big impotus this morning
whon tho management received wo.rd
from Eugene that tho University of Or
egon and tho Oregon Agricultural Col
lege, at Corvallis, wishod to join with
Willamette in tho formation of a throe
cornered intercollcgiato baseball lcaguo
This removes all doubt as to tho possi
bility of tho local toam being unnblo to
securo games with any other institu
tions. Every Important institution in
tho stato has a team and it is very
probable that this leaguo will bo en
larged so as to includo Pacific Univer
sity, at Forest Grove, and Columbia
University, at Portland.
In addition to tho lcaguo games, Wil
lamette will havo somo preliminary
games with Mt. Angol, Monmouth and
Chcmawa. Tho crowning event of tho
season will be tho baseball tournnmont
which is proposed to bo held in con
junction with tho Lewis and Clarke
centennial at Portland in June.
Willamette nover hnd brighter pros
pects for putting out a winning team,
and tho "fiends'' nro moro than en
thusiastic. Every timo tho sun comes
out for a few hours, tho athletic fiold
is soon pooplod with a largo numbor of
do vo tecs of tho national game.
Tho work of selecting a team will bo
a hard ono, for every position has nt
least one, and somo of them many applicants.
.Tormnn and JCaco will, no doubt do
tho twirling, whilo Unruh and Iindor
will presido nt tho receiving end of tho
battory. So far, but two applicants
have turned up for shortstop, they aro
M. M. Long and Mendonhnll. First baso
seems to bo tho most popular, nnd for
this position nro nvnilablo O. B. Long,
Hnmilton, Eyre and Avorill. Bench
will probably ofllciato nt tho second
station, nnd Curtis Coleman will no
doubt bo found on tho third bag. For
tho outfield thero will bo availablo all
tho surplus infield material and in ad
dition Mac Hofor, Jones, Hunt, Trill,
Grnnnis, Elliott and a fow others.
Tlieso men aro all old plnyors, and
thoroughly understand tho game.
To hear Jessio Eldridgo Southwick
in "Tho Merchant of Vonico" nt the
M. E. church tonight.
In tea, Schilling's Best is by
no means the costliest tea ; it's
a matter of taste. Of the fine
kinds, the one you like best is
Your grocer's ; moneyback.
THE LAST WEEK
This Is tho last woek of our suit sale. Spring goods nro now arriving,
and will bo ready for you immodlntoly. But wo will contlnuo our ealo ono
woek longer to give every ono an opportunity to tako advantago of tho re
ductions. Wo nro making $10.00, $15.00, $10.50 suits roduced to
$6.00, $8.00 and $10.00
For this wook wo will put our Boft Bhirts on sale. This Is a chanco for
you to stock up your wardrobe Nlco, now summer patterns for you to mako
your solcotlons from. Seo our show windows for styles.
$ I Shfots 65c- $ 1 .50 SMtts 95c
Roberts Best $3 Hat on Eat&
WOOLEN MILL STORE
Albany, Fob. 28. A special conclavo
of Templo Commnndory, called for work
in tho degrees, was hold last night in
tho Masonic hnll of this city. It waa
ono of tho most interesting nnd Impres
slvo coromonlcs over witnessed in that
hall, and was nttondod by mombors of
tho Sulem nnd Eugene lodges, olaborato
preparations having boon mado for
their rocoption and entortainmont.
Thero woro also a fow distinguished
guests from Corvallis present, most of
of whom bolonged to tho Albany Com
mandery. After tho work in tho hall was con
cluded tho Knights ndjournod to Simp
son's Grill, whoro covers had boon laid
for over 00. A royal banquet was
spread boforo tho visitors, and, whon
toasts wero in order, under tho dlroction
of Toastmastor Bllyou, nonrly ovcry
ono was fprced to speak boforo tho mor-
ry band dlsporscd by Bingmg "Auld
Among tho members from outsldo
cities woro tho follewing:
DoMolay Commnndory No. C, Salem
Judgo George H. Burnott,, Dr. W. H.
Byrd, Lot L. Pcarco, Judgo J. M.
l'ayno, F. A. Turner, J. S. Wyant, M.
L. Meyers, Goo. G. Brown, William
Warner, J. II. Sottlomior, Henry Shu
makor, Dr. E. A. Plorce, A. A. Cun
ningham, Francis E. Shafor, C. A. Murphy.
Ivnnhoo Commnndory No. 2, Eugene
Ij. N. Ponoy, grand commandor of
Oregon; Ij. Bllyou, oininont commandor;
J. F. Bobison, grnnd rocordor; J. D.
Matlock, E. Whattam, G. Debar, II. W.
Thompson, 0. E. Smith, John Bowo, F.
E. Dunn, W. W. Preston, J. A. Mouror,
0. W. Lowo, 0. E. Loomls, D. L. Carq
well. Corvallis Dr. M. M. Davis, S. O.
Poaso, Prof. T. II. Crawford, Prof.
John Fulton, S. N. Wilklns, Prof. J. B.
Complaint has boon mado that a num
bor of small boys aro slaughtering many
of tho song birds by monns of sling
shots, otc. Last Sundny afternoon sov
oral boys woro thus occupied In tho vl
clnity of Marion squaro. Boys should
bo taught to obsorvo tho law in all
cases, and thero is a sovero ponalty
against tho killing or disturbing of our
song birds. It may bo found, nocessary
to havo a deputy wardon nppolntod
for tho protection of tho birds.
It is to bo hoped thnt tho boys will
romembor this, nnd find less cruol
nmusomont. Porsons shooting in tho
city limits nro llablo to arrest and
honvy fine, nnd tho law should bo on
forced moro rigorously than It Is.
Got your tickot for "Tho Mer
chant of Vontco" at tho M. E. church
HM-M lillllinillllHIl I a
ITHE DAY'S NEWS;
I Mill HI i I I IMUfHMHI
Tho Albany demonstration added 400
now members to tho Woodmen of tho
World. ' '
Tho bill npproprinting $25,000 for a
Wisconsin exhibit nt tho Lewis and
Clarke exposition pnssod tho sonato to
day., - '
Tho stato dopartmont has beau In
formed of tho nppolntmont of Sonor
Don Dtcgo Mondonn, us minister from
Colombin. Tho post has been vacant
Tho board of directors of tho Vistula
railroad, in Itussiu, decided today to
grant most of tho strikers' demands.
It is hoped tho train florvico will bo ro
George Gllclirlst Arrested at Springfield
for Oruolty to Animals.
Eugene Gunrd, Fobruary 27th.
George Gilchrist was arraigned boforo
JiiBtlco of tho Ponco Dnu Humphreys nt
Sprlngfloldehnrgod with cruelty to an
imals. Ho pleaded not guilty, and his
trial will bo hold tomorrow afternoon
nt 3 o'clocTc. Yesterday Gilchrht rodo
a horso from' Creswell to Springfield, a
diBtnuco of about ton milos, nt a ter
rific paco, and whon ho arrived at
Sprlngllold tho nnimnl was covered with
blood, and nearly dond with othaustloii.
Aftor stopping thoro ho boat tho horso
and othorwiso abused it.
Gilchrist, it is said, was drunk at
Chlongo, Fob. 28. Cash whoat,
$IMVj(LW corn, 4847; oats,
We have recently aocoptod tho agen
cy for this mcubator, tho standard of
tiid country, and if you nro a poultry
ralsor you need one, unless you already
havo a Potalu-na. Como In and seo thorn
and get a catalogue, or write us for In
Standard sizes always in stock.
Brooders as well.
Aro famous all ovor the United States
for thoir lasting qualities. Thoy nro
mado of wood that) is thoroughly air
seasoned, not rushed through a dry
kiln, and when you get ono you got a
finished product. All weights and
styles. Our "vlllago wagon" has
moro frionds than any similar vchlelo
in tho country; 1 1-8-lnch, throo springs,
a good, substantial medium-priced
haek for farm or city ue. Como and
Making moro friends ovcry day on ac
count of its substantial construction.
Notico that it has tho cablo wiro
ubovo and below, and that tho etiiyn
are continuously wovou into tho fonco,
no looso endu, making ono of the most
ilnr.ible fences on tho markot,
Pecrla, same weave, but No, 13 wire;
a trifle cheaper. Call and seo tho fonco
or send for cutnloguo and prises.
Thoro Is groat Intorost being takoa
by tho children and pnronts In tho con
tost for tho most popular teacher in
tho schools nnd colleges of Salem, and
a largo voto will bo cast.
Tho froo box nt tho play of "Othel
lo," by Mr. Hanford, is a dosirnblo at
traction, nnd will bo much prizod by
tho winner, ns it moans fivo soats In tho
host and hlghest-prlcod chairs In the
house It begins to look as though
somo school othor than tho publlo
school would win tho contest.
RODS A HORSE NEARLY TO DEATH I
Wo aro always ready with seasonable lines of implement, vebielea aa.i Miiohlnery. We learn eaeh year a little bottjr huw to tako care of your fleodu, and we sell only rellablo merchan
dise in all lines. If it "has wheels" wo have everything that runs or eaa bo drawn. Call and see us and state yjur reJs. We'io always glad to seo you, nnd we try to treat you so you'it
F. A. WIGGINS
IMPLEMENT HOUSE, Farm Machinery Vehicles, Automobiles, Bicycles, Sewing
Machines and applies. 255-257 Liberty Street, Selem.
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