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'rfrfTzV' , SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, DECEMBER .10, 1005. '
juilroad Traffic Resumed-In
Arc in Power
. Petersburg, Dee, 30 Telegrams
f, tt&A ptfU of Kneel a. today Indicate
ttat there M h81 tt gnarBi "imp
a of railway trftfll
MlftUtOT of JUfltlCO.
San Francisco, Dm, SO. The Mer
chants' National Hocehange received a
(MspatoU thto morning from Oequllle,
etflting that the schooner Advaneo was
nob lout, but had went ashoro on the
jetty, after lletl&g her rudder, and that
the live of the erew are not endangered.
Nood Amorloaa Wltoat in Mexico.
Moxleo City, Dee. JW. Owing to the
81, Petersburg, Doc 30r Aykmoff scarcity ef wheat caused by the partial
M bewiappolnled minister of justice, ' fa-luro of the wheat crop, the govern-
M netted Mamikhln.
WW Froeccuto Rojoatvonsky.
Berlin, Dec. !H). A dispatch myn Iho
mont baa romoved the duty on Atacr-
lean nnd Canadian wheat, beginning
with January 1. When It was realised
In tbo beginning of tho fall that the
Cut b directed tho minister of ma- P wn abort, tho duties woro lowored
Hm to prosecute Kejostvonsky for tho i by tbo government, but tho ontlro re-
Hn ef the Huwlan fleet on tho grounds , movnl beonmo Imperative when tho re
st afgllgesco ami; incmoJeney, JIo;p""b oi mo bciuai crop snowed that It
wns oven smaller than expected. Tlio
olty bakers havo rcducod tho elxe of
their lonvos, asserting that It was Im
possible tor them to glvo tbo snmo
weight as formerly. Thoro Is a small
supply itill In tho bands of tho large
fanners, but net sufficient to bring
duwn the prlee. Tho prloo of eern Is
alee very high, ami this sanses great
hardship among the peer.
pulei, the admiral ' appeal for n
pbtk) bear Jag.
Cablo Communication Out Off.
Jrew York, Dec JW. Tho oablo com
jsty SflnouMes that communication
vita RuMta beyond) NyatAd and Libau
it wt off,
Tbratd of Death.
Wmw, Poland, Dec 80V The rev
ehtieetrts have Issued a proclamation,
ttrNtesfnt death to any ono renting
men to be used an pellee station'
rteaibHlsg the payment of taxes, II
tMo or any charge to the govern
Athletics At the County rlr.
Xcw York, Dee. 30. Tlio county fair
it Madison Bquaro Cordon closes this
nesisg with An Interesting program of
tWtle games and eonleits, In wjiloh
; way prominent athletes from all parts
ef tbh country will take part, Tho list
f entries is vtry large, and rwmo ox
MBent sport is expected, Thero will
U dashes and tuna, in which school
Wjri, policemen, flremen, letter carriers
lU others will Uko part, also pig rae,
wweiuarrow raets and a number ef
Land Proud Sentences.
(Four O'clock Bdltlen.)
WaiWaftoa, Dee. 30. A, A. Me
Km, disturb court eJerk ef Yn
msty, t!em,lo, frnl gUty of
f?iiletl seaurlng timber ewMure
Mn ia the Akrea land dUtrlet, was
W7 istN)eyl to tw years In tho
bnroftwefth prison. Stearns and
tfomell, found guilty of eoouriog
fneitlent futrles fer lands in South
MU, wefo eaoh givon n prison sen
Jteiter Orderod noma. .
Wi.kjsjrioB, Dee, 30.Rir.Adilral
f. fommnfcUBB In. the 1'hlilnnlnM.
t Uen detaehed ad am!! to
isgt for duty. Captain Day.
Hfc MeeillMt. tlf til kiunl of lo-r...
AieeMbl Raltor with t mil nf
Birthquiko la West Indies.
Klsgiton, Jamaica, Dtc. 30.-The
Waada of GrtXMid amf TrUItkd expo
rt4 aa earthquake, but there is no
'ft ef the lew.
AnnapoUs, Md., iy, 30. Admiral
8a mis is authority for tbo statement
that tho board of Inquiry Invoallgatlng
the basing at1 tbo naval 'Academy will
probably continue Its reeearehM In
March. Midshipmen are fully con
vinced of th gravity of tho situation,
for not only is fftophon Decatur, Jr.,
sixth in tho flrtt class, under arrest,
and in eerleus jeopardy, but Midnhip
man Carroll H. uravivs, or UiHkane4
Wash., Is repertel' booked for trial as
soon as Deeatur Is disposed of. A
large proportion of tbo flrstrekss moil
are Implicated In. basing, in fast tbo
first clAfHi men havo eeetemrdated
Hmdlsg guilty as a body to hAntng
charges, am) efferlng to resljrn, This
would place the navy department In a
dilemma, tauo all are need to All
vaeanaiNi en ships as soon tho class
graduate in February. OAlcers hem
realize the husluy scandal is a bad
thing for the eenriee, but sgroe tint
the houM must be cleaned1.
Midshipman Deoatur on Trial
Apelis, Dee. 30. MidabipsMn Da
eMur plsadeil net guilty. Midshipman
WeCrary ittatifled bin, and ttlrtM
to tbrva isrHAaceti when ho was based
by the aeeu, asd duteribed tho &
aer Ma baaing.
Waeblngton, D. 0., Dec, 30. Consul
Hand nil, at Dawson, estimates tho out
put of gold for Alaska for tho past soa
son will oxcccki $14,000,000. It was
$0,000,000 last year. The big Increiuw
Is In tho Tannna. valley. Tho control
brflovos tho AlaekYukon exposition
at Seattle will mark the beginning of
a new era In Alaakn affairs. He enys
tbo Alaskft gold crop exceeds in valuo
the fisheries output.
Will Tako Up Smoot Case.
(Four O'clock Edition.)
WAsbington, Dee. W. Senator An
drews, chairman of the senato commit
tee on privileges ami elections will call
a meeting of the committee fer next
Saturday, to eeneMer iho case "of
BmooU Their netloH will bo dotcr
mined by n prosonoo of a quorum of
Now1. Orleans, wee av, ino iwuw
Insurance Committee- -Did
Good Work but Lasted
m Vnrlt. Doc 30. Tho iiwmrAnco
comtnittoo will ond) its sewdon this tit
' 4 Jr.
Volt plan of rnflrond legislation, Bfl om.
bodied In tbo EBob-Townsond bill was
AOfllhlngly ojralgnotl today, nnd tho
fhlwrstato commdroo eommlesdon orlti
quwxLfor lt sUtcmonls which woro de
clared misleading, and intended to ob- tarnoor. it bad boon in aoeslon four
cur6;tho puUle vlmon In nn address j,- flWj takoa over 2,000,000 words
of tosMmony, whieh it win prow
tho legialnturo niter tho holldayn.
Joel O. Vanolse, aotuarjr of iho Eqult
blo tesUfled tbie nwrntngt Do eaid
onco Honryi B. BTydo wanted to nwuco
Coal Oil Johnny Sick.
Corry, l'a., Dec, 30. Jehn W. Sleolo,
known tbo world ovr as 'Coal Oil
Johnny,' 'is dangerotmly ill of pneumonia.
7Vfca a Found
Other Kinds In Proportion
B Ordos supplies for your tree
H early to avoid the rush.
bof,orja tho American Association for
tho Advnneemont of Sclenee by it. x
Nuvreombo. n lawyer of the District of
Columbia, who eJeo defended tho Blk-
Tbo KlkJr lew, ho mid Is broad,
oomprohonfllvo, oflloaoiowi, nnd It is
unfortunate tho aonrmlsslon had soon
At' not to nmko uso of IU He asserted
thcro is no gonulno Instance of Injus
tice in IntOTstnte railway rates, wbloh
ennnot bo rotnodlel under tho present
nr l vrtnnrm nnrrti rttt
V1UVWI UIUI uuo "".
ivictod of Swindling Boar OldJUnclo
Chicago, De. 30. Wm. O. Craw
ferd, eenrrietod ef eensplraoy to do-
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urniKi van KUTtMtmvm in mn jwnw ...... . . t
, . I will DO IBO prinwimi oraier oi .no "
oases, was noNteneed this morning to '
.,iAruia nn tho doforrod (Hviooncfl
TAiltft liirjror than thor ought to be
nnd wont to Alexander, who porsualcd
Hydo that tho request wn dngorous.
Colobrato rortioth AnnlTorBary.
Korth Attlcboro, Mnss., Dec. 30. Tbo
Voroln Probslnn, ono of tbo oldest Ger
man Bociotles in this part of tbo coun
try, will colobrato its fortieth annlvor-
saiy tWs ovonlng. Tho offlccro of tho
Now Bnglnnd Saongcrbttnd nnd tho so
leclment of tho organisation will bo tbo
guests of lionor of tho society this even
ing and an ekbornto musical and social
program has been prepared far tho eol-
ebratlon. Mr. M. Bbcrhard, of Bestofl,
two yearn In thn peallontUry. lax edi
tion wan euspembjd pending an Appeal,
OrtirfAfil ii aA.nrjUlait of the
Tostal ttoik Devise Co., of New York,
and, ah such, it wan e4mrgodi that he
eottmlred with Maahen. formerly mi
porlnefldcmt of t4e tto dellvn-y post
oniao ueMirtment, ana ieronr.o, ronner
postmnntor of Toledo, to dofrAud tbo
govermntmt In tbo aaIo of totter cat
rirrtf' satobols. Mnehon ami Loronto
a'rojww serving their terms.
Frosident Romembeni Inky Bob.
Washington, Dec 30, Aooerding to
competent Authority hero tbo contents
of tho letter of tho Pronldont to Itt
slmmonn was Christina greeting! and
an InrUntlorn from tho President to all
on blia, Ahould tho pugilist's wandor
Intrs over luini hint to tho caplto). It
! la eaid not a word) wna mentioned
'about tlio rlrrg, or Fltxslmmomt' re
cent dftfoat, or Tlctorles yet in store.
This is tbo sonson of now resolu
tions. All through 1005 yon fcava
boon rosolvin that you would have
thnt bad tooth Atlondod to Derore
this ymr closed.
BEE TJS AT ONCE
And wo will make nn appointment
for you early noxt wcok, to that yon
can keep tho good resolution of this
Now Year, and oonso from suffering
on Account of badly repaired or part
ly decayed toctb.
IT WILL PAY YOU"
Bccauso wo will cbargo you no
much low thArr any other Arst-claM
dentist that whnt you oavo will bo a
nlco ncst-ogg to start your 1000 oav
ings nccount with. And- Another
thing, If you start ewly in 1000
TO PATHONIZB US
You will bo coming to tho only
dentist in Salem who practices strict
ly -to-dntc, painlenti dentistry, and
ono who guAranteee ovory bit of
work done. If It doesn't please you,
wo will Ax It so it does.
Crowns $5.00 and tip
Plate SiOO and Tp
Fillings .GO and 0
DR. B. E. WRIGHT
Stsusloff Building, Court and Liberty
Btroets, oaicm, Oregon.
Black Mercerised Accordion Floltod
Petticoats to accommodate thoso
who were disappointed In oar recent
Tinio to think of rainshflddora, Hx
amino oar sxiporb lino of newest
things in Umbrellas.
50c to $ J 5.00
Plenty of Honey Left.
The report of tke Fourth Bastora
Oregon Agricultural Aeoiatiea, whUh
was received at th eofllse of the gover
nor this Afternoon, .shows that there
id still a bakaea en hand) ef $9, after
M oxeae and prixos have boon juid.
To Make One Sale
oy to a Customer will aeve
&uild, up a Ptos
QUE OBJEOT WITH EVERY SALE IS TO GIVE SUCH VALUES IN
UUAiJIH MERCHANDISE THAT IF YOU ONCE TRADE WITH
WILL BB UrnUTBD. vl WILL HAVE TO CROWD TWO DAYS' BUSINESS INTO ONE, AB THIS BTORB WTL LTTOMA1N CLOflBD ALL DAY
MONDAY, JJUTOABY 1, 1000. IT WILL BE WELL FOR YOU TO ANTIOIPATB YOUR WANTS AND PROVIDE TOR Tito NOW. AS TimRH
ARU NUMEROUS UNBQUALED BAR0AIN8 THROUOHOUT THE BTORE AWAITINO YOUR .gBLEOTION "UW
TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 2, AT 7:30 OUR
WHITE FAIR AND CLEARANCE SALE
L THIfl EVENT APFEOTfl EVERY ARTICLE IN THE HOUBE-BXOEPT OONTRAOT OOODa HATtnATm ATirtmm T1
18 EARLY TO OET THE BEST SELECTIONS, WWTRAOT Q00D8, BAROAINa ABOUND. MAKE YOUR
.vo -J? , ez? s roe
jf "WILL BECOME A PERMANENT OI'STOMER, THB PACT THAT
i TttATt33, SH0WS INCREASE IN OUR SALES IS EVEOENOB
5WE HAVE WHAT THE PEOPLE WANT, AND SELL EVERY
"NO AT PRICES THAT REGULAR STORES CAN'T MATCH.
OUR STORE WILL REMAIN CLOSED ALL DAY MONDAY, JANU
1ST, NEW YEARS DAY.
Undorwear that la made right, An
hhod right, fits liko good underwear
should. We have a genorous supply
of all the wanted sizes and materi
als to choose from.
50c to $3,50
Latest Approved styles, depend
able materials; s good range of col
ors to select from. All are at
Offers Wonderful Bargains
To those who wieb to buy gift for birthday or party prices vo,. .
Dress Goods Bargains
nere for the thrifty buyer every
piece is of dependable quality and
well worth the regular price.
50c and 65c vtlues
..SPECIAL PRICK 73
$1.50 and $1.05 values
8uporb atoek of the newest style
and leathers In ladles' ehoes. Equal
In every respect to shoe storea' $5.00
Bright, new stIea in all the lead
lag and wanted) colors. All lengths
and sixes, which insures a porfoc'. fit.
The business in this line ia always
fceavy, duo in a large degree to th'o
caro given to tho selection of the
various reputable makes in the aey.
al weights and fabric which this
climate or varied fancies demand.
We have aU qualities and et a less
I, aw Bamo can o bought at
r Boy, Youth and Man
Correct in styles, materials, fit,
finish an! pri(5 TflQ j
t selected stock to chooao from in
& city, and choosing B0W Wea8
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