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DAILY OAPITAIi JOURNAL, SALRM, ORRGOX, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1808.
' a t& "KicflRct it.
hir. rliie the alarm
e and r",,, ndney disease.
. orders are the
vail, they, are
P A almost tne ias
K recogniicd b
0 patient and phy
&P sicians. W f'
'T -..i. ..MIp the on7
""upo. ",.,. ..
Jrt in the unowicujjw u
tuecerfort1 Dr. Kilmer's
I??SePt WIny remedy,
eTPn,w, J to hold water
JSifiillSr. wine or
,. tliit nnpicosaiu nc-
413?$ t0 K oftcn
ifflo Ret P many
thiS't. The mild and
ISSlcnreibf the most ills-
t?. need a mctliciua
IJL ihi best. Sold by drug-
fcftfl thU paper a"'1 do't
LTnJUke, bat remember the
Jfitaier's Swamp-Root, and
i jinijbamtoti, h. .
irxms, $1230. Our reason-
i bring quick results. Flrat
i Fourteenth and Oak.
iter Bros. !
fin prompt attention
1 trftri, guarantee our '. '.
'"lire satisfaction and ::
to the sanitary stand-
MM IJE PLEASED
ctoar shop on L!bortv
cko! Darr's JOW olrj-
M'MASOX IK)X CO.
St, South Salem, rnnnii.
N5 kind, of boxes, crates
Mr accessories. Phono
1 1.4. Ul wrappers
m Klrtj! .11 ui..
, . .. wans ot
Mim. . 'urnisning
EL . , ,"k &nd dress
K;r: - wi
-, matting, china-
v.ucry ana ,ac(
MlE a Ad-
. Under a sapphire sky, with Ore
gon's copyrighted edition of enrlj
autumn sunshine glory upon the
Bcene of Oriental pomp and Jovial
comardelre, and the soft, sighing
zephyrs from the northland gently
caressing graceful palms and sinu
ous Bequesters, of the Eugene oask,
the Osmnn trlbo of Al Kadcr, Mys
tic Shrine, footoro and weary, rest
ed from tho'r .perilous pilgrimage
over the sco'rchlhg'ftlesert wastes to
the Osman sanctuary oftho valley
Mecca. Refreshed with copious liba
tions of zem-aem rom the holy
well, nourl'hed by phfjwlvs of unctu
ous camcVs milk and plenteous) help
ings of sweet; ' esculent dntes th.?
early vanguard yesterday reclined
at easo within the ,0 man mosque
amid the Oriental luxurlei of tiger
skins and soft, billowy divans of rare
Tyrlnn fabrics, while tho cavalcade
of belated tribesmen wended their
way townrd tho oaBlo. From tho
south came the swnrty horsemen of
tho wind-swept plains, from tho west
tho supple men of the foothills, from
tho north the rugged woodsmen of
tho frost-whlted mountains, and
from the east thc aturdy diggers of
precious stones,. and when they had
all assembled tho O.iman nobles sal
aamed with devout obeisance, to
Allah for bringing them safely
through thc perils of tho torrid
sands. Then the dazzling Houris
throw twinkling feoJt Into tho mys
tic measures of droning reed nnd
burling tom-tom, for. tho dny's fes
tivities had begun.
Cnrnvitn f-vxim Nortli Arrives.
Detraining of the caravan in tho
afternoon brought tho Arablnu
hordes together and lnnccs on nil
sides flashed in thc sunlight. An
brothers camo tho tribesmen from
tho four corners of tho compass to
tho fairy gateway of tho valley and
n3 brothers they mingled with one
nnothor for the mighty pilgrimage
to tho sacred shrine in ono ovor re
plete with brotherly love. Tawny
sheiks set the example and tho one
vast caravan of' nobles wbb soon
wondlng its way through tho marked
placo n pompous pageant, gorgcoiu
i, ,. ... .,. , 4
in us pnnojiiy oi inu uuuui,
Diurlng tho nftornoon, following
tho balloting session, the brother
nobles fraternized nnd indulged in
much innocent nmu&omont, nt easo
ponding the big Shrlner parade,
scheduled for 4 p. m.
Punulo a Dnzzllnt; Spectacle.
For half an hour tho resplendent
cohorts of the great prophet passed
bofore the wonder-smitten residents
and when tho pngonnt at last van
ished through tho doors of tho Ar
mory pavilion the populaco drew one
long satisfied breath. They had seen
tho great sheiks nnd captains of the
Arabic hosts parade accoutred In
tholr gay trappings of tho Orlont and
tho streets' deluged with tabasco
snuco, and their Joy was complete
VnregencrnU'd Cross tho Desert.
In tho evening followers of tho
holy prophet foil busy burnishing
their weapons nnd accoutrements for
tho war council in tho holy temple.
Then, ns tho dusk sank into thc
swift onrush of night mnners were
dispatched to light rup the market
placo and soon tho multl-coloreJ
bulbs arching tho main thorough
faro wero gleaming llko fnllon Btaw,
beckoning tho heavens down to wit
ness the consummation of a great
common brothorhood Idealized. Tho.
tho war drums beat and brass ami
reed under the spejl of Bklllful han-1
and lip discoursed boguillng harmon
ies. The Shrlners were then closet
ed in secret conclave in armory pa
vilion until tho near approach of the
night's holy hour during which ses
sion tho unregonerated were led
across the burning sands to tho holy
of holies, where they saluted the
sacred black stone, drank frmo the
sacred well zec-zem and partook of
tho luscious fruits of "Arab.y."
Following were the novices who
made the secred pilgrimage; Hal,
From Portland John O. C. Ad
ams, J. A, Annand, A. Avery, K. L
Bernard, M. C. BanSeld, F. A. Bal
lln, J. S. Beal, J. H. Burgard, E. W.
Brown, O. L. Baker, J. J. Birchbor,
W. B Barr, J.W. Brown, A. M.
Brown, M. Bll'Ings, O. B, Blaney, J.
L. Bailey, J. F. Booth. N. Bancroft,
H. M. Bush, W, C Bristol, Charles
F. Byrne, Captain Bailey, II. J. Blals
Ing, C. J. Buchanan, T. M. Baldwin
J. H. Brown, O. L. Campbell, L. G.
Clarke, E. E. Coovert, W. A, Carter,
E. D. Cannon, J. T. Carroll, C. H.
Dexter, E, J. Daulton, Grant B, Diw
Uk, Wm. Dav, J. F. Drake, Dwlght
Edwards, G. W. KUU, H, R. Ever
dlnr, Clyde Etrj, . W, Foster, F.
FijedlaBder, Cfcrl F!ilmr,
II. Wi , Fries; A; F. Flegel;'Tabor'Far
rlngton, L. D. Freelnnd, A. Fox, E.
E. Fields, R. S. Farrell, W. H. Grind
staff, A. V. Green, H, Gordon, W. E.
Grace, W. H.' Galvanl. Samuel I.
Guess, P. W. Harris, J. H. Halll, Geo.
W. Hazen, Phllo Holbrook, Jr., F.
B. Holbrook, J. A. Hazeltine, .J. R.
Hanson, G. H. Hill, S. W. Herman,
N. S. Hamlin, C. h. Hosmor, W. J.
Holmau, Edw. Holmnn, X. J. Hoff,
W. Harreschou, O. F. Hollbron, R.
D. Inman, a. V. Ibbotson, E. G.
Jonog, Fred Jacobs, H. Jenkins, E. D.
Jorgenson, Fred Jennlngr, Dr. II. .T.
Keoney, K. V. Lively, G. B. Lench,
J. C. Langdon, A. H. Lea, Slgmunrt
Llpnmn, W. Y. Marstors, J. II. Mc-
Konzio, Fred Muller, Phil MeUchnn.J
Jr., Al Mendenhall, J. G. Mnck (Im
perial Potentate), T. McCuster, V.
K. Marshnll, H. Monr'tje, -Jas?
Muckle, J. II. McDonald, W. H. Mo'tz
gar, J. W. Minto, Dr. A. E. McKay,
Jno. A. McQuinn, II. P. Kufus, F. A.
Nichols, Phil Nev, B. H. N'.col, H.
M. Ogdon, E. F. Pearson, II. P.
Palmer, C. B. Paddock, H. H. Powoll,
Hal D. Patton (Salem), H. L. Price,
A. Pearson (Hood Rlvor), G, A.
Vetersonf'Roy QuackenbuBh, W. L.
Robb, J. W."Ream, Frank RIchot, J.
F. Robinson, Ralph D. Robinson, A
H. Rothwell, J. R. Rogers, II. Reler
son, Chna. Roo, J. P. Rhea, W. L.
Robb, S. J. Raffcrty, A. L. Stephens,
J. S. Spier, N. P. Soronson, G. W
Stnplcton, Emll Schacht, R. E. L.
Simmons, II. D. Storey, J. H. Strow
brldge, Ed. Seymour, II. J. Schouldei
man, Will E. Sherman (Hood River),
J. Schcnck (Hood River), C. H.
Stranchnn (Hood River), E. C
Shannon (Hood River), S. V. Stryk
or (Hood River), A. L. Teoter, D.
W. Taylor, Archie Thurlow, C. H.
Tyler, A. Tllzer, G. D. Thomnslne,
C. B. Turley, T. L. Wndby, A. Wnlch,
L. F. WooBtor, F. O. AVaBBorman, F.
S. Wilson, J. E. Worolln, F. E. Wnl
klns, J. R. Wcathorby, G. B. Whlto
houso, V. B. Ward, N. G. Willis, A.
II. Wilson, R. I. Young. T. W. Vrco
land, F. A. Vanklrk.
Charles F. Baker, A. L. Ball, Lark
BUyou, I. II. TJIngham, D. Brlstow,
B. II. Bailey, L. E. Boan, F. L.
Chambers, C. H. Cannon, D. L. Curt
moll, F. E. Dunn, F. S. Dunn, F. M.
Day, Geo. O'B. DoBar, C. S. Free
land, S. II. Friendly, F. L. Glbbs, M.
F. Griggs, A. J. Gillette Geo. T. Hall
Sr, F. J. Hard, Y. D. Honslll, J. W.
Hatfield, J. W. Harris, J. I. JoncB,
Geo. H. Kelly, A. Lombard, C. IS.
Loomts, C. W. Lowo, ,B. Lurch, J.
D. Matlock, J. A. Mnuror, W. O. Mor
cor, M. Montgomery, W. F. OBburn,
D. A. Paine,- W. M. Proaton, J. L.
Page, J. F. Rdblnson, L. N. Ronoy,
O. E. Smith, W. L. Soudors, S. 8.
Sponcor, L. M. Travis, G. D. Wall,
M. O. Warner, B. A. WaBhbtirn, W.
C. Wnshburne, L L. Whltson, E
Whattnm, C. B. Wllloughby, F. D.
Wheeler, J. E. Young, Frank H. Win
sor. Tho annul Isnnqiict I'Viituro.
Surpnsslng In elnboratenejvj of do
tall and nppolntmont nil tho other
features of Shrlnors' day was tho
grand banquot held in tho Undor
wood rink ns a fitting climax to a
most notable nnd brilliant occnslon.
Over 400 covers wero laid for the
fostlvo Indulgence which pnrtook ot
tho form of a collation and the
viands Included tho following monu
Turey, beer, a ,1a mode, Indian
chutnoy, smoked tonguo, pin-mono
pickles, German snlomay, Italian
salomay, German cerveat, Bombay
CMB Tour woalfe Ilk m frmm
gulp donn wbturer food or MdJ
wvucrni sou I
V fft ijp Ml
n Intlllcent thlnktne woman.
ti)need otiof from wekne,nerTOUne
pln and susAJntr. tben It meant much to
,vou that therCsf i,nt trld and tria hontyyt
nuMllclnr rr ttv'irf nTMrr"iTifTfi rn y
dructflsK for tho cur of woman' Ills.
Hi Hi if
Tbo makers ot Dr. Pierco's Farortto Prr
scrlptton, for tho euro ot weak, nervous, run
down, orcr-m rked. debilitated, paln-rackcd
wotnuiu knowini; thlsmedlclno to bo mado up
ot Insrcdlonts, cverr one ot which has tho
ktrorurest posulblo Indorsement ot tho loading
and standard authorities ot tho several
Mhoolsof sractlre, are perfectlr wllllnif. nn
lu fact, are only too el ad to hrlnt, as thoj- uo
the furati'a. or list ot Ingredients, ot whli-h
It is comtxjspJ, in plain JL'tuttti. on ever)
-h Hi i ft
, The; fo-njuU otr, Pierpe's Farorltn Pre
scrlptlon will Hcartho most critical examlna
tlotS of medlt at "exiorts, for It contains no
alfohol, narcus liarmfut, orhablt-formlnfc
driib). oru,no aeAt enters Into It that Is no
hlihlr reTOm'.rncd by tho most advanrnd
-and lccdlric l. k dfcal teacher and author
ities of their juvcra! schools ot practice.
Those authorlttcs rrfomme nd the Ingredlentt
ot'iVrl'iercct Knvorltu l'rcfcrlntlpn for ih'
cure of exnn'j t he..jiin' allmrnt for whc " j
Uils Wnrlii-lam. irineii'lclne is rtTloill
""' , " 'IW"II I Ml I
! V . H
No other medicine for woman's Ills has uny
inch professional endorsement m Dr. I'lerce's
Fav()rltu Proscription has received. In tho un
qualinud recommendation of each 'of lu
several lncrcdlents br scores ot lcadlnc medi
cal tacn of all the schools of practice. Is
such an endorsement not worthy of rowr
A booklet of iwrredtenK with numerous
authoratlvo prott-xUmal cik jiKcmcnU by the
leadlne medical authorities of this countn,
will bo mailed frtt to any cne sendlnir name
aad addrefat with wwest for mtn. Addrom
Dr. B- V. Plrrrn. llutTaln V V
Gold Dust Flout
Mntle by THE SYDNEY POW
ER COMPANY, Sidney, Ore
gon, Mado for family use.
Ask your grocer for It. Bran
and shorts always on ljnnd.
P. B. WALLACE, Agt.
"H S ' Coai,..
When ' a prominent
nerve is affected, the pain
is severe. It is called neu
ralgia. It may bo in eith
er thc Jiead or body. Re
lief comes only when this
nerve trouble is overcome.
By its soothing and
upon the nervous system
Dr. Miles' Nervine re
moves the cause.
"It was about two year ago that I
was taken down with what tho doo
tora claimed waa neuralgia, and soma
called It llphtnlnir rheumatism, ."harp
palnawourd uo from one flawtoja
thcr mostly la ay head, and they
ruld "et relie. Durlnic theaa .JJU
I would be ao wervous that I hardly
knew what I waa doln. The iU
wre po severe ana extiaustlne that
y huabana wouM have to steady
when walltlnr axrosa tha room,
wouW have fever, and xny heart woud
SusSute: and In a day or two I wou d
KTbeiter. Just aa aoon aa I would
iiSoirBiysf the very least I waa
Sita hive a ell d BeuraUUw I
Lave taVea lota ot doctor'a medicine.
Kl I wlKt luat a welt yke water.
My auntVpf writln mo To Jug .try
Brl Mllca' Kervlna. and I am thaijk
ful tiat I waa jMMraueded to do &S
Om Mervtee ha cured, fca drivaa
MSmklC.. Elkhart, I4
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THE" BEST ROAST THE
FAMILY EVER HAD
Can bo obtnlnod from our prima
tondor and Juicy beof, mutton or
pork. All our ments are soloctod
from tlio choicest, nnd propnrcd for
tho tablo to suit tho domnnds of tho
fastldlouB. Our prices aro lowor for
qunllty than you can find nt any
placo In Salem.
13. O. CROSS,
Phono 201. 70 State St.
First Class Livery, Sale
and Boarding Stables
Largost stock of now vehicles In
The Old Club Stables
Corner Ferry and Liberty atroets.
Proprietors," Gilliam & Boedigholmer
Phono Main 7. Salem, Oregon.
Great Chlneao Doctor
L. M. II V M
Ha medlcmu which will cure any
kcown disease. He makes a special
ty of, and guarantees to cure Catarrh
Asthma, Lung, Throat, Rhetfcnatism,
Debility, Stomach, Liver, Kidney
Troubles; also aay blackened er
Bwollen soreness, broken limbs;
Smallpox; Epidemic; all kinds of
Bolls, Lost Manhood, Female Weak
ness, Hernls Troubles and Paralysis
Consultation free. Care of Yiek So
Tong Co., Chiaeee drugs and herbs,
163 High it., upstairs, Salesa, Or,
O MISS DEATRICE gnELTON O
O Teacher of Piano, Organ and O
O Ensemble Classee, until Octo- O
O ber 1, In Chicago taking ad- (
O ranced studies. O
O First National JlMBk BIdK Stud4o O
O IlecideaM Studie: 85 Marias O
O Street,. Phone lSKHr, O
PhoM U Main 147 N. Rig St.
C. W. YANNKE
THE FASHION Sf.AlLES
CV ad Xlfwr, all Xtfi Um4tn
- -THK-ACMJB OF-nLISS'S'f
is reached when listening to the en
trancing strains of a Edison Phono
graph. For variety and ral joyoue-
ucss no music can equal that pro
duced by ono of tho Edison ma
chine You can havo any sort of a
program you like Our collection of
now records embrnces the grave and
tho gny, the ridiculous and tho su
blime, L. F. SAVAGE, Salem, Ore.
fWc Launder Ladies' Shirt Waists and White
Skirts Just Right.
Wo guarantee to, All of our shirtwaists aro caro
fully wnshod with a special neutrnl soap, starched Just
where they Bhould bo starched jtn,d Ironod by experts
wh6"MyJvo mado shirtwaist lroritig n special stiudy.
Wo aro pleaalflg tho most cnrefitl dressers In tho Amy with our
shlrttvnls work ad aro sure wo can plenso you. May wo havo a
trial. ,4,- ,JA
SALEJI ULAUNDRY COMPANY
Tel. 25 v 13G-1C6 S.'L-erty Ut.
Little German Shoe Store
S ' ! ,ai
Got footwear thal'la right for this Benson, and savefhoo bills.
I havo a now lino of medium heaw working shots for fall trade
Boys' and MonV. Loathor gloves for harvpst work .
MY PRICES ARF THE 10WEST
JACOB VOGT, State Street
AIUJ YOIT DOING WHAT YOU CAN TO FOPUIiATIS YOUR
OREGON NEEDS PEOPLE Settlers, honest farmers, mechanics,
merchants, clerk.), people with brains, strong hands and a willing
heart capital or no capital,
Southern Pacific Co.
Lines In Oregon
Is Bonding tons of Oregon lltorature to tho East for distribution
through ovory avallablo agency. Will you not holp the good work
of building Oregon by Bonding us tho names nnd nddrosw of your
frlond who aro llkoly to bo Intorestod in (ills stnto? Wo will bo
glnd to ooar tho oxponso of Bonding thorn completo Information
nbout OitKGON and its opportunities,
COLONISTS TIOKJ3T8 will bo on salo during SEPTEMBER AND
OCTOBER from tho East to all points in Oregon. The farqs from
a fow principal cities nro
From Donvor ....... ,$30,00 From Loulsvlllo $4170
" Omaha 30.00 " Clnclnnntl .' 42 20
" ICnnsns City .... 30.00 " Clovolnrid 44 7C
" St. Louis 35.C0 " Now York ..., C5.00
" Chicago ,, 38.00
TIOKBTfl CAN RE PREPAID.
If you want to bring a friond or rolativo to Oregon doposlt tho
proper amount with any of our ngontn. Tho ticket will than bo
furnished. 'by tolegrnph.
Local agont, Salem.
WM. McMURRAY, General Patwcngcr Agent, Portland OregOH.
Ofeofl's Matchless Beach Resort
THE PLACE TO, GO FOR PKRFKOT REST AND JJVERY CON
CEIVABLE FORM OF IIXALTIIFUZi AND DELIGHTFUL REC
REATION. ITS FACILITIHS ARE OOMPLRJTE Best food tad as abun
daace of It. Treeb water fresa springs. All uotUra Receultlee,
such a telegraph, telepboae, markets freshly provided every
day, Fuel In abuadanco. Cottages partly furnished 'or unfttra
Ished to pa bad cheaply. Strict municipal sanitary regulations,
NKWPOItT Is reached by way or the Southern Pacific to Albany
or Corvallli, thonce Corralls k. Eastern R. R, Train serylce dally
and the trip (. pleasure throughout.
RATE FROM SALEM
8KASON SIX MONTIH TICKKT S8.M.
SATURDAY TO MONDAY TICKET StfOO.
Our elaborate aew Buamer Book givee a coaclse deecripdoR
of Newport, includlag a list of hotels, thsjr eaplelty asd
rates. Call on Ulphee jvt write lal aet.
Oeaeral FaweagrAft fortUs4f Orefa,
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