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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON, TIIUIISDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1000.
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Attended Club Meeting.
Miss Cornelia Marvin came down
from Salem Wednesday jnornlng and
Is a guest at the home of Mrs. M. M.
Charmnn. Miss Marvin, who Is sec
retory of tho state library commis
sion camo down to attend the meet
ing of the women's club this after
noon, and she cave an interesting
talk on establishing a public library
In Oregon City. Oregon City Star.
HINTLETS OF FASHION.
Braiding- to He Much Uacd Next W!a
cr SVT Blue Attain Popnlnr.
It is predicted that braiding -wiy.
have a great voguo this fall. Many of
the now skirts show narrow silk and
eallltary braids applied so as to con-,-rey
the effect of paneling. A wldo
kind -with a cross plait forming a
checked surfneo Is being used a good
deal on the now boleros.
Navy blue, tho real dark bluo that
used to be considered bo fashionable
nd attractive, has again como Into fa
vor. And black costumes for winter
nndHs a reJI f Am tbo'niSny ruddier
shades of which the eye Is wearied.
A smart black hat seen recently was
trimmed with a great wreath of beau
tiful spiky black barley. Some of the
barley -where It fell over tho hat at tho
back turned Into silver.
White swlss makes charming negli
gees. It docs not muss llko organdie
and is easily tubbed.
The hat pictured is of tan felt, trim
med with chestnut brown velvet and a
tan ostrich feather.
That Is the Kind of Play You
Will See Tonight
Coitame o Enhance the American
"Woninii Cliuriim Xen Kntirlca.
In tho now nftcrnoon and street
frocks there nro to bo seen diametrical
ly opposlto styles, but In all there Is a
hint of tho empire and princess modes.
Some of tho dressy frocks sent over
for tho first fall openings hnvo milled
skirts. In ono handsome confection
thcro nro no less (linn fourteen flounces.
A smnrt, new material, called eolcen
poplin, Is to bo much used this winter.
"Checkers" Is coming to town.'
In all of the big cities In which this
play has been seen, since its Initial
production three seasons ago. It has
received practically the unanimous
commendation of the press, and the
Immonso audiences which have at
tended every performance are pret
ty satisfying proof that It has found
Archie Gunn, the famous poster
artist, designed the costumes worn
by the principles, and the chorus, in
"The Maid and the Mummy," which
Is to be the attraction at the Grand
opera house Fridny night. He was
told to design his costumes without
bearing In mind how much the
fabrics would cost, and the result is
a seties of stunning beautiful stage
pictures. The handsomest gowns are
worn bv tho Poster, the Polly and
the Julia slrls, th complete outfit
of one Julia girl costing $325. It
until you have tried a
equal favor with the public. "Check
ers" Is a talo of love and luck, dra- was necessary to Import the. stock-
nnoop of wnw hmikves.
wear are to be chic In tho extreme,
With never n hint of color to rollove
their aomborncNN. When made of
bandsomo material, perfectly tailored
find cut, nothing I smarter than ono of
In dressy wraps and liouso gowns
emplro effectH will still hold good, but
it Is In tho buck of n continue thnt
tho "period" Inilucnco Is most seen.
Elbow sleeves for street wear have
become unfashionable. They will ap
pear on dressy Indoor costumes, but
for nil other purposes they have had
The Mlooves seen In the Illustration
are among thu nowest stylos of tho
cowing season, The puffed effect at
ike top predominates, with pretty In
troductions of trimming farther down
the sleeve. TC" "Z.n.k,r
White MImi- Nii l.uiiRr l'nahlounble,
Keiv K!l llitta Ilnlntr Nenllaee.
Rxclualvo Frenchwomen nro return
lag to black patent leather shoes with
liver buckles mill black silk stocklugs
tare thq fad for white dimes and
stockings has become no general.
White felt huts, nothing more than
eutlug shapes, nro to be worn early In
the fall for every tiny, A chic model
fcas a large, ilat crown and rolling
brlwi, A bund of white felt lifts tho
hat well from the hnlr over tho lcf.t
ye. White chiffon Is wound about the
. TOreM H
TAN FMV HAT.
town and Aatoted at the aide with
large pouKMw t White sl HjJt Wue
0 of tke knwriiHt new Uata for
?er with tailored wit I ttove el
prrt cowWaatkw of the aofteet ifri
X4t fMMl with Jam rw,
j, A lovely color far a fall gewii H
immMm Utmu. wbfcte baaa 4agatat
Hmnleh tin. Thin wea4e -of inTawifti
feqaxs, is jaeat rUic and, attwerive
OKAY l'Ol'LIN (IOWN.
It comblues tho weuvo of tho old Irish
poplin with the suppleness nud grnco
of the present day fabrics. In gray It
Is particularly pretty.
Velvet ribbon trims many of tho
dnlutlcst autumn costumes. It appears
In very wldo widths or In groupings of
narrow rtbbbns, thrca to nlno rows In
A novelty ueen In nil Importation of
fall costume was a brouse green cloth
suit with mandolin shaped jacket. Tho
skirt was modeled In oversklrt effect
obtained by four well cut gored flounces
arranged to give a plaited effect In
frout. A tan crepe du chine blouse of
tho washable variety wns covered by
muudoltn hhnped crowned frouts held
In place by Jet buttons set upon Insets
of white broadcloth. Three llttlo
curved sectlous of cloth barely cover
ing tho top of tho arm passed for
Tho gown In the cut Is 'n chic cos.
tutue tnado from gray coleeu poplin.
Tho skirt Is trimmed at the bottom
with two deep tucks above which are
crescents of tho material. Tho tlchu
bodice adornment Is edged with frills
of whlto UrustteU net run with very
narrow black velvet ribbon.
WtHik, Nervous lVopIe.
"Wo havo rocetml lutters from nil
parts of the U. S. highly recommend
ing Dr. Oil mi's Mood & Norvo Tonic,
until tho faith wo hud In tho remedy
has botn ful)y sustained, Wo had
confidence from tho very boglnnlng
that this nnullclno should uiako
cure, hut lacked that nssuranco
that comes after many successful
trials. Now that wo hnvo been up
hold In our belief wo want to lm
part to others our coufldeuco. Ner
vous, and unsteady people, yoak,
ftoBhlesa people, pimply, pale, or
sallow peoplo nro nil victims of
weak, wutory blood, ,WRkq, uow,
rich blood, to bo forced through tho
ayatvm by tha -way of tr) arteries,
aud dtueauo cannot rotualH, This
Tonlo euros dlsoaao by giving you
strength to resist IL All druggist
sell It for 75c per box. or S boxoa
for fS, Tho tablets are taften after
tNtok meal. They turn thu food you
eat into rich red blood. Persona
who tako this Tonic gala la good
solid flesh from 1 to 3 pounds per
aLLHHLK-r - m
Don't buy your -winter supply of flour
CAPITAL CITY MILLS
It Is the best flour ever sold in Salem.
Remember our cereals are strictly up-to-date. We have the
latest up-to-dato mill on the coast. Try it
The mill that makes Salem famous as a wheat market.
FOR SAXE BY ALL DEALERS.
BRYANT & REEDER
CHAS. K. SPAULDING,
B. O. MILES,
Sec and Treaa.
Chas. K. Spaulding
Oregon Pine, Ash and Maple Lumber
Kllnhctli Kpenror, In "Tho Maid n id the Mummy."
unitized from Henry M. Ulossom. lngs worn 1 these girls from Paris,
Jr.'s, book of tho same name. Huns at a co"t of f-om 2.50 to $2-K a
Roberts plnys tho title role and has pair. There Is everything nbout
scored a hit. Tho r3t or tho com- "The Maid and the Mummy" to make
puny numbering nearly 100 people, It the grent success It has been. Its
Issubstnntlnlly the original organlza- story la sood, its music catchy, its
tlon, so far as the chief members aro lyrics skillful. Its comedy clean and
concerned. Chief among his sup- wholesome. Its jokes such as produce
port aro lsabello Parker, Clare Arm- spontaneous laughter, Its scenery
mngnltlcent. In electrical
stunning, Its costumes tho
inoney can buy, Its principals nil
iirtlst and Its chorus the hnnd-
sninest, shapeliest and liveliest on '
the road. In every city visited by
'Tho Maid and the Mummy" last
POULTRY AXD EGGS
CAPITAL COMMISSION CO.
267 Commercial St.
f Gold Bust Flour 1
Made by THE SYDNEY POW
ER COMPANY, Sidney, Oregon.
Mado for family use. Ask your
grocer for it. Bran and shorts
always on hand.
P. B. Wallace
strong, Paulino Eberhnrd, Robort
Craig, Thos. Hunter, Dave Brahnm,
Jr., Wnllneo AVosloy, w: U. CInrk and
Jas, Shannon. Tin seiMatlonal and
much-tnlked-cf race 'rnck scene, rep
resenting the botte- ring of Washing
ton Park cl"b In Chicago on Derby
richest Wonderful CHINESE nnrTOR
"Will treat you with Oriental herbs
and cure any disease without operation
Dr. Kum is known everywhere in
day, will bo produced on tho stage senson tho piece made n great hit. , ""i1' "d haa cured many Prom5n3t
CORVALLIS & EASTERN
TIME TA1JLE NO. 33.
Trains Fjom nnd to Ynquina.
Leaves Yaqulna G:55 A.JI.
Arrives at Corvallis .... 10:45 AJL
Arrives at Albany 11:40 A.M.
Leaves Albany 12:10 P.M.
Leaves Corvallis 1:05 P.M.
Arrives at Yaqulna .... 5:00P.M.
Trains to nnd From Detroit.
Leaves Albany 7:30 A.M.
Arrives at Detroit 12:30P.M.
Leaves Detroit 1:00 P.M.
Arrives at Albany .... 5:55P.M.
Trains for Corvnllis.
Leaves Albany 7:55 A.M.
Arrives at Corvalll3 .... 8:35 A. M.
Leaves Albany 3:50 P.M.
Arrives at Corvallis .... 4:30P.M.
Leaves Albany 7:35 P.M.
Arrives at Corvallis .... S:15P.M'.
Trains for Albany.
Arrives at Albany
Leaves Corvallis .
Arrives at Albany
of tho Grand opora house, Thursday
night, with all tho completeness
which prompted tho Into Hon. W. C.
Whitney Unsay: " 'Checkers' Is tho
finest racing piny I have evor seen."
Seats on sale Thursday morning at
SURVEYORS ARK AT WORK.
Indication Aro That Hammond In
tend', to Do Some llulldltig.
It. N. Hoover, proprietor of the
Hoover mills, nt the present eastern
tormlmiH of the C. & E. railroad,
above Detroit, la In tho city. Mr.
Hoover says that n band of railroad
engineers struck his placo last night
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and the wholo senson could bo filled rT e Bas "V6a ln talem l"VJ"ea or3
with return dates. Tho engagement I for 20 yera8' nnd can bo trusted He Arrives at Albany
f Miia innrrv mnoirri .ain.., i ' U8,'s an7 medicines unknown to white r No. 11
tls cltv Is for one nl-ht only This docto;B' anJ 'n them can cure Leaves Corvallis 11:00 A.M.
inwry musical melange comes with cutu,rrh' 9bthian lun8 troubles, rheu-1 Arrives at Albany 11:42 A.M.
r record of three months ln New . mntlsm, stotnach, Uver, and kidney dis- o. 12
York, three months In Philadelphia ea'M' Leaves Albany 12:4 5 P.M.
and three months ln Chicago tho ' Dr' Kum maks a 'PM'alty of dropsy Arrives at Corvallis 1:33 P.M.
best possible proof of Its popularity. and female troubles. His remediec All of the above connect with
Tho sale of seats for the porform- cure Jrivt diseases when everything Southern Pacific Company trains.bota
nnco In this city opens at 9 o'clock el" fail9 He h hundreds of teati-,at Albany nnd Corvallis, as well M
moniais, and gives eonaultation free. , tra,I tor Detroit giving direct semco
Prices tot medicines very moderate, to Newport nnd adjacent beaches,
t'ereona in the country can write for as wel1 as Breitenbush Hot Spring.
St OO Reward, SI OO.
The renJers of this paper will bo
pleased to learn thnt thero Is at
least ono dreaded disease- thnt
science hns been able to cure In nil
coming down f-om the summit of lUs 8tnGes. nud that is Catarrh. Hall's
Today is tho 53d iverry of
tk4 Halted lrferitt ekwrck of
the Cascades doing tho kind of engi
neering work preparatory to grading
a road bed. Mr. Hoover (jays that
tho onglneora aro non-committal.
but they hnvo evidently surveyed a
grade from tho top of the mountain
to tho prescut terminus.
ThQ Hammond people who own
tho C. & K. havo for some time been
giving out Information that tho sys
tem would extend the line through
Central Oregon and tho Deschutes
country to th6 Snake river and tho
Idaho line. Tho proposed terminus
is to bo nt either Ontario or Hunt
ington, Tho present activity looks as it
Mr. Hammond Intends to saw wood.
A lUully llHrniHl Girl,
or boy, man or woman, la quickly
out of pain If Rucklln's Arnica
Salro is applied promptly. O. J
Welch, of Tekoniha, Mich., says: "r
hw it la my family for cuts, sorea
sad all akin injuries, and Hnd it per
feet." Quickest pila cura known.
Bert healing taUft wade, 25c at J.
O, Perry drugstore.
A promotion )agu
formed at Grunt P.
Cntnrrh Cure Is tho only positive
euro now known to tho medical fra
ternity. Catarrh being a constitu
tional diseases, requires n constitu
tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken internally, acting di
rectly upon tho blood and mucous
surfaces of tho system, thereby de
stroying tho foundation of tho dls-,
ease, nnd giving tho patient strength
by building up tho constitution and
assisting nature In doing its work,,
Tho proprietors havo so much faith'
in its curative powers that thoy offer
Ono Hundred Dollars for any case'
that it falls to cure. Send for list
Address; F, J. Cheney Co., To
Sold by all druggists.
Taka Hall's Family PUU for con-
blank. Send at amp:
If yon want some extra fine tea, get
It from us.
DE. KUM BOW WO CO.,
167 South High street, Salem, Oregon.
Opposite Hotel 8lera. P. O. Box 183.
! For further InfnrmnHnn ADDlT tO
J. C. MAYO, Gon. Pass. Agt.
B. H. BOLES, Agent, Albany.
GEORGE BROS. Proprs.
Is prepared to accomodate any
slxed crowd at any time of the
day or night.
Phone Main 196 State St.
Meals served at all hours.
. Corner of Seventh aad Stark Stem
The new and modern hotel of tb "&
Caters particularly to resident of ""
lem and other Oregon cities. Earof
plan. Free bua. Bate $1.00 per f
and upward. Handeomeat prill la
Weet, and prices as low aa in pi
leas attractive. Daily CaplUl Joe"
WRIOHT-DIOKENSOW BOTB& 0
Tmt 2Jut as QklUrta.
Km m Yw Kin Atwap toftl
Sear the j$ mv
H. S. Gile & Co
Wholesale Gt ocers and Com
mtoftioa Met cJsants
In the arket at all tlmea for
dried fruit aad farm produce of all
We have for sale a few apple par
last a atldsg wachlaee; ealfkneat
for a Urge dryer; win sake a loir
For Railroad Work
Men and teams panted by WH
lamette Construction Company. Af
ply nt office. Ladd & Bush bank build
Ing, upstairs. 10-1-tf
O. C. T. CO
SfeaaMcs Pommmw a
AXrO iMTf fee P0fHWa
U. P. BALDWIN, Aft