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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 26, lOlfi.
WITH fl number of bridges and
luncheons mid iiu exceptional
list of iiiforiiial gatherings, the
week socially will be fairly crowded
with things to do.
Of special import. wee on society's
-engagement calendar this week will be
the appearance of the distinguished
American actor, Walker Whiteside, in
"The Typhoon," at the Grand theatre,
Mrs. Oeorge Lewis entertained a
group of matrons at a churmiiig in
formal dinner and bridge on Thursday
The frettily .ippointed table was ar
ranged fur eight.
Later a number of other guests call
ed for an evening of bridge.
Mr. Lewis, who lias been cast for
several weeks, is en route home, anil is
expected the latter part of next week
Mr. and Mrs. O. If. Luck have ro
turned from Albany where they were
the week end guests of Mrs. Luck's
Mr. and Mis. J. H. Craig will be
hosts Friday evening for a charming
card party, tli-rir guests will include
the members of the "Cherry City
cluu anil several n.lilitionul guests.
The Woman's Alliance of the Uni
tarian church will meet on Friday nf
ternoon At the homo of Mrs. Hoy Bur
ton, on Union street.
A brief business session will precede
a delightful social chat ami tea.
Thursday evening the advanced mu
sical students of the .Sacred Jfeart
Academy will give a delightful even
ing of music at tho academy .it eight
All friends are invited to attend.
The String Orchestra has issued in
vitations for a dancing party to be giv
en Thursday evening, Jii'iiunry the
twenty-seventh, in the Moose Hall.
Mrs. James Shcpard, of Portland, is
mo guest of her daughter, Mrs. John
Lewis and will visit in Salem for about
Friday evening the Woodmen of the
World and the Women of Woodcraft
lodge will give a basket social at tho
Proceeding an enjoyable programme
and a. social timo wiil bo the snlo of
tho baskets which have been prepared
tiy the ladies of tho lodge.
Friday afternoon the Lilies of the
Social Center of the Central Congrega
tional church, will be hostesses for a 10
eent benefit tea, which will be given
t the home of Mrs. Surah Rodgors on
South Nineteenth street.
Morris Abrahams, of .San Francisco,
is toe guest of friends in .Snlein,
Hreymnn Boise spent the week end
in Portland as tho guest of his aunt.
Mrs. It. l Prel.
Tho Ladies of tho Mothers Class of
the Methodist Church entertained their
husbands and friends at a delightful
evening- Tuesday at tho homo of Mrs.
A. K. Hunt on Court street.
A channing lirogramme was en
hanced by .Scottish numbers all in
keeping with the anniversary of Hub
ert Burns' birth.
Games aud dainty refreshments
rounded out the evening's diversions
for about forty quests.
Charles L. .shipp who has been vis
iting his parents, Mr, and Mis. James
Shipp for the past month left this nf-
inruvuu ror ma nomo in Vork, Ne
braska. ASK FOR and GET
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is the one perfect piano of today the one piano
which meets, unfailingly, every demand, satisfies
the most critical musicians, arouses the enthusiastic
admiration of the most exacting critics: which, by
the nobility, resonance and majestic quality of its
tone, is winning new admirers, making new con
verts, building a home in the hearts of lovers of the
truly artistic, and has created a demand that is the
marvel of music trades.
The latest products of the great Cable factories may
be seen only at our stores. We invite you to inspect
Remember our special offer 25 Music Lessons Free
with every Piano sold The best to be had.
The Wiley B. Allen Co.
Player Pianos, Victrolas and Records
R. F. TETERS, Mgr.
GOVERNOR and Mis. James
Withycomlic have gone to I'nion,
Oregon, where they Attended the
wedding of their son, Hubert Withy
combe, aud Miss Mabel Hutchinson,
which took place Tuesday afternoon at
the home of the bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Hutchinson.
Tho ceremony was simple and was
performed by Hcv. II. K. Cullison of
the Methodist Enisroiial church.
Invitations were issued to only the
intimate friends and relatives of the
Tho brute, who has grown up in
I'nion, is a charming girl aud lias
Sho is tho daughter of W. H. Hutch
inson, president of the First National
Hank, and one uf the most prominent
and wealthy nioueer stockmen of that
Mr. Withycomlic is from Corvullis,
where tile governor Hint his family
formerly resided, and is a graduate
from the Oregon Agricultural college,
having finished his education at t'r
Mr. Witliycoinbe has been a resident
of I'nion for twelve years, and is su
perintendent of the Eastern Oregon
Among the out of town guests pres
ent at 'the wedding, besides Governor
and Mrs. Withycombe, were: Mr. and
Mrs. Willi.) in Herring, of Haines; Ed
gar and Ceorgo Pratt, of Haines, and
Miss Willmun, of linker.
F, K, Ciillistcr of Silverton is in the
J. C. Perry of the Perry drug store
is in Portland.
K C. Simmons, salesman for Viek
Bros., went to Portland this morning.
J. E, Jones, district manager of the
Woodmen of tho World, is in the city.
A. W. Itulindorff and wife of Port
land were in Salem yesterday visiting
F. D. O'Connor of Donald, a sawmill
man, was in tho city yesterday tran
Fred 0. Buchtcl was called to Port
land yesterday on account of the ill
ness of his father.
Chester Roberts of Seattle, is in the
city transacting business and visiting
his friend W. W. Moore.
Walter Porep, an insurance mnn of
Seattle, is hero visiting with friends
and looking after business interests.
Mrs. Nina Griswold of Portland and
Mrs. E. Lazette of Oakland, California,
are in the eitv, the guests of Mrs. Ella
Sheriff John Orr of Polk county, ac
companied the Knights of Pythias to
Snlem last evening for the district con
Frank W. .Spencer, manager of the
Spencer Hardware company, and wife
went to Portland this morning. Mr.
Spencer will attend meetings of the
state hardware convention.
ECIvERT. At her homo 17110 Fair
grounds, road, Wednesday, .lanuury -0
l!U(i, Mrs. Elizabeth Eckort, in her
She is survived by mi ndopted son,
J. H. Van l.ydcgrnf f. Funeral services
will bo held Thursday afternoon at 2
o'clock at the Cottage undertaking par
lors, the liev. Miss Kthcl WilliuiiM, of
the Church of God, officiating. Burial
will bo in the Haywville cemetery. Mrs.
Eckert was born at lincine, Wisconsin,
and came to this country about three
years ago with her slster-in-lutv, who
has since died.
HIOKEY. In this city, January 25,
llllti, John T. Hickoy, in his' lilith
year. As yet no funeral arrange
ments have been mailt).
Tell Others How They Were
Carried Safely Through .
Change of Life.
Durand, Wis. "I am the mother of
fourteen children and I owe my life to
Lydia u. rinknam a
pound. When I was
45 and had the
Change of Life,
a friend recom
mended it and it
gave me such relief
from my bad feel
ings that I took
several bottles. I
am now well and
healthv and recom
mend your Compound to other ladies."
Mrs. Mary Ridgway, Durand, Wis.
A Massachusetts Woman Writes:
Blackstone, Mass. "My troubles
were from my age, and I felt awfully
sick for three years. I had hot flashes
often and frequently suffered from
pains. I took Lydia E. Pinkham's
VegetableCompound and now am well."
Mrs. Pierre Cournoyer, Box 239,
Such warning symptoms as sense of
suffocation, hot flashes, headaches, back
achea, dread of impending evil, timidity,
sounds in the ears, palpitation of the
heart, sparks before the eyes, irregu
larities, constipation, variable appetite,
weakness and dizziness, should be heeded
by middle-aged women. Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound has carried
many women safely thrbugh this crisis.
Prof. Wallace McMurrny's lecture on
the pl.iys of August Strindberg last
night was of an interesting nature.
The professor gave n short sketch of
the author's life ami then read one of
his dramas, "Miss Julia."
(Examinations prevented a number of
the students from attending the lec
ture. Dr. Carl CI. Doney will go to Hood
River Saturday where ho will speak
before a Farmers' Institute on an edu
cational subject. In returning he will
stop at Portland and speak it the Run
nyside church Sunday evening.
Regardless of examinations on the
following day most of the students arc
planning to hear Judge Geo. Allien 's
famous lecture, "The Xecds of the
Hour" this evening at the armory. He
is supposed to be one of tile best plat
form spe.ikers throughout the coun
try and his message prestiges an inter
Tho committees, appointed to prepare
amusement and eats for the big post
exam .jubilee, which will be held m
the P'nilo-Wcb halls 1'iidny evening,
report that everyone will be shown a
jolly good time. Especial arr.ingc
nients have been made for those who
will have attained tho distinction of
Hunkers. While for the professors.,
who have been acting in the capacity
of tormentors for tho past few days, an
exceptional good time is assured.
Conch Mathews is putting his "Hear
Cats" through considerable stiff prac
tice these days, preparing them for the
last northern team from tho Univer
sity of Washington. Tho two teams
will meet on the Willamette court Sat
urday evening and to thoso wiio enjoy
the game, a fast exciting hour will be
given them to w itch.
HOW TO RID THE SKIN
OF OBJECTIONAL HAIRS
(Aids to DoantvA
A simplified method is here given
or me ipucK removal or :iniry or ma
zy growths and rarely is more than ono
treatment required:- Mix a stiff paste
with some powdered delatone and
Water. Jlhlllv tn ll!iii-v mrf.ii.n ,i,,,l nf.
ter " or :i minutes rub off, w.ish tho
shin an. I every hair lias vauisiie.t. This
simple treatment cannot cause injury,
but care should be exercised to get
Bobbie Burns' Birthday
Popiti: the big snow storm and gen
erally bail weather, the admirers of
, lii.l.cr! Hums met at the First Con
gregational church to commemorate the
l."7th birthday of the Scotch poet.
The evening was passed with short
addroses, the singing of Scotch songs
and the iccital of several of tho best
known poems of the poet.
Judge Galloway paid a special
tribute to John M in to, who was one of
those, us far back as l'S years ago,
who n-ot to commcmirntp the poet'n
i inn inlay. Judge r. it. I) Arcy also
! paid a tribute to .Mr, Minto.
j The Kev. James Hit in gave n short
j address, showing that the world re
i (.nrdod Burns as one of its greatest
- poets .Mis. Gordon McGilc'arist aud
I Willium McGilchrist, Sr., sang Scotch
A committee was appointed to n
rnnge for tho next anniversary, aud
the following officers elected: Juili;:1
P. H. I) 'Arcy, president; John Bnyne.
secn tniy, and 1). .). Fry, treasurer.
Following the custom of the past
years, the meeting closed with the sink
ing of "Auld Lung Syne."
Try Capital Journal Want Ads.
4 I 4
Will Be Produced By Admir
able Cast for Benefit of
T i 1 1 vnu rad tiie announcement of
The Fortune Hunter" vesterdavf If
you did, here is some ulditional dope.
It you di. In t then listen.
Do von know what "The Fortune
Hunter" is Certainly you do. "The
Fortune Hunter" is a play not a mov
ing picture play, but a regular play
the sort of play you pay two dollars
to see. Maybe yon were one, of those
lucky persons who paid two dollars to
see it when it was played here three
years ago. Jf on were you got your
money's worth, along with something
over five million people who have seen
the play since it was pioduced in New
Vork in li)10.
The Social Service Center of the Sa
lem Commercial club is going to pro
duce this play at the Grand theatre on
Thursday and Friday evenings, Feb.
it and 4 with an all-star cast ot Salem
players, and they are going to use the
proceeds of the play to help the 20il
worthy families of Salem who, through
no fault of their own, are unable to
live without the assistance of charity
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Miw iiero is tho point
J.. . " ul lo tt"Kon
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you may be to helr alnnir so woit'.iv a
.". '"r?1 ?. ""ver "'."
cause. Xeither is it going to ask you
to buy a ticket to an ordinary local
talent exhibition. On the other hand
it is going to do this. It is going to
put on the best and highest priced
royalty play in the world, a play that
has mads more money than any play
ancient or modern, that has ever been
written, and acted by the most dis
tinguished amateur cast that has ever
been assembled in this citv, "The
Fortune Hunter" will bo the biggest
amateur theatrical event ever staged
in tho west. It will cost you from
twenty-five to seventy-five cents to
see it, and tho purchase price of vonr
ticket will go 'directly to the charity
work the Salem Social Service Center
is so effectively carrying on.
Mr. Winchell Smith, author of "The
Fortune Hunter," has become so in
terested in tho work of the Salem So
cial Service Center that ho not only has
given tho Social Service Center per
mission to produce his celebrated play,
but he hns also donated the rovalty on
the play of $100.00 for the cause of
charity. The publishers have also do
nated their commission on "The For
tune Hunter." The Salem
vii'e Center in tho firsf
nf nv l,;i i .i i ...-....... n
bv "tL ilnV r Tk" 80 hano'ed!
by this distinmiishc.l fnithnr
You can get tickets now from anv
member of the board of directors of
the Salem Social Service Center. The
board is composed of the following
members: Supt. of S, li00ls . M. Kl
liott, Max O. Buren. Mrs. A. . Bush,
K. A. Harris, Jos. H. Albert Mayor Ii'
O. White, Kev. Robt. S. Gill, Judge W.
M. BnsJiey, Rev. R. K. Tiseher, Dr. F
H. Thompson, I van G. McDaniels, Mrs.
X. D. Elliott and Mrs. W. R. Anderson.
Also from the officers of the Commer
cial club, tho pastors of all the Snlem
churches, the Y. M. and Y. W. C. A.,
the Klks club, Moose club, and at the
book and music stores.
Only One "BROMO QUININE"
To got tho genuine, call for full name,
LAXATIVK BJtOMO QULNINE. Look
for signature of E, W. Grove. Cures a
Cold in One Day. 25c.
Four Teams Tied For
First Place in Y.M.C. A.
With four teams tied for first place
an unusual amouat of interest has been
aroused among the players and follow
ers of the panics as to which team will
hold its position at the top of the com
mercial basketball league. Tonight the
Bishops and the Capital National Bank
teams will clash an, I na Wh lt-
but one game tonight's contest will he
watched with interest. Tho Capital
Business College plays Hauser Bros.,
the Fry Drug store team meets the
l'nco Shoe Co. and tho aWtt shipp
and Standard Cleaners pluy the third
The present standing of the teams is
Capital Business College....:)
l npital aNtional Hank
Fry Drug Store
Price Shoe Co
Watt Shipp Co
U. laser Bros
Still No Trace of
The penitentiary officials announced
today that, they hud not yet picked up
any clues that would lead to the where
abouts of George Clark, the escaped
convict. The officials are of the opin
ion, however, that the man went south
which is not unusual considering that
the recent snow and that fact that the
climate of Oregon would be uuhealth
ful for the man if caught would cuustt
him to seek a sunnier climate.
Luxemburg covers 1,000 square Utiles
ami has a population of 200,000.
CAN'T CONTROL ZEPHYRS
Venice, Cal., Jan. Urt. Girls
may display the lingerie and.
silk hosiery they desire nlong
the bench promenade here with
out official interference, vc
cording to Mayor Gerrity's
Club women were shocked at
sights witnessed on a windy af
ternoon and complained. " His
honor went on an inspection
tour. Then he ruled there was
no law to make the zephyrs be
FULL JURY LIST FOR
Jurors Who Are Subject to
Service Exclusive of Sa
lem Are Given
The Marion comity court has com
pleted the list of jurors who are sub
ject to service in the year lrtlii. The
list of Salem jurors was published ill
this paper last week and the remain
dor of the list made up of names drawn
from tho other piecincts of the county-
The full list follows:
H. I.. Wright, merchant.; Gideon Al
exander, laborer; (!. W. Bnynard, farm
er; C. K. Colvin, farmer; .1. I. Cupp,
farmer; Gilbert Donker, farmer; O. A.
H. L. Bents, banker; .Jonas Jr. Wills,
tanner; G. A. Khlen, merchant; A. M.
Fay, farmer; W. C. Grim, farmer; John
Orin .Tudd, farmer.
Frank l)imh f.lrmer. jjj-itt Aspjnwall,
r rank I
farmer; Geo. A. Ranm. farmer: C. F
8turiris farmer: Leonard Barnick.
farmer; John He Jardin, farmer.
.Tohn Murray, farmer; V. L. Mat
tiiiew, farmer; Fred W. Scheurer, farm
er; Hell Verge ii, farmer.
James K. Smith, fnrmer; Henry Zorn,
farmer; Albert Knapp, fanner.
ed Collins, farmer; C. H. Johnson,
farmer; Seymora C. Jones, farmer; C.
K, Cuntuiings, farmer; T. B. Morgan,
fnrmer; James H. Miison, farmer.
Gust Heyden, farmer; Geo. Higgens,
T. H. Terpen, farmer; .Tas. P. Keller,
firmer; S. L. Mercer, hotel; Jamos
Hyan, farmer; C. Giesv, farmer.
M. E. Chamberlain, farmer.
W. H. Dalrymple, contractor; Chas.
Hinz, farmer; P. F. Kielsmeier, farm
er; W. R. Lnttin, farmer; C. K. Mell
waiii, farmer; W. K. Vincent, farmer.
John fmlah, fanner; M. W. Mahony,
former; John Martiialer, farmer.
C. W. Heechler. farmer: Walter I,
. w. iieecnior, tanner; Walter G.
farmer; A. Kaun. farmer
A. De Jardin. merchant; Henry Kd
er, farmer; Jacob Bingham, retired;
Geo. W. Schiedler, farmer; John A.
K. J. Cutsforth, butcher; Arthur
fioffin, farmer; Alphonso Lo Brim,
Geo. A. Spencer, farmer.
F. N. Bassett, farmer; W. Dcsart,
farmer; O. C. Jerman, farmer.
If. ('. Jefferson, farmer; Chas. J.
Carlson, farmer; A. T. ('line, farmer.
W. T. Grimm, farmer; Geo. Leffler,
farmer; J. M. Misiiler. fnrmer; Albert
Paulson, farmer; Wilbur Pulley, farm
er. West Hubbard.
Joseph I,. Calvert, banker; H. F.
Scholl, merchant; C. F. Thayer, farmer;
Samuel Shambecl;, farmer.
Paul Buchner, farmer; .T. T. Jones,
farmer; C. V. Clodfeltor, farmer; W'm.
Zimmerman, farmer; W. K. Doty, farm
er; J. G. Fontaine, merchant; Herbert
l.ooney, farmer; W. K. Klampe, farm
R. D. Gibson, farmer; C. H. Huff
O. L. Martin, farmer; IT. C. Taylor,
farmer; K. O. Knff, fnrmer.
G. W. Adams, real estate; J. A. Doer
fler, farmer; H. W. Hjoison, merchant.
T. If. T.eith. farmer; Stovo Bauman,
farmer; Geo. T. Gilbert, fanner; Geo.
W. Gibbens, farmer.
Luther Stoudt, farmer; ,T. F. Kich-
arils, 1 armor.
C. H. Work, farmer; Albert Scitzing-
:S 1 !7r1o!or farmer; A. T. Tavlor, farmer.
Jos. T. Koss, liirmer: V. ,T. White,
farmer; S. W. Norton, farmer; Frank
East Mt. Angel.
Fred Massing, farmer; David Back,
farmer; X. C. Mickel, farmer; llarvev
Smith, farmer; Nick Schaefer, fnrmer;
Fred Schwab, farmer; Alphons Klinger,
West Mt. Angel
Alfred Booth, farmer: Stephen Hem
shorn, farmer; H. W. Hougham, farm
er; Kdward ('. Mav, farmer.
G. W. Gill, fanner; K. G. Clark, farm-
PURE BLOOD MAKES
Hood's Snrsapaiilla surely and ef
fectively removes scrofula, boils and
other blood diseases because, it drives
out of the blood all the humors that
oause these diseases. They cannot be
successfully treated in any otherway.
external applications for their re
movnl have proven almost useless, be
aue they cannot drivo out tho iuijturi
ties that are in. the blood.
Bond's Sarsaparilla makes pure rich
blo4 perfects tho digestion, and builds
np tho whole system. The skin becomes
imotitb, clean and healthy. This great
blood remedy has stood the test of forty
years. Insist on having Hood's, for
nothing else acts like it. There is no
-eal substitute. Get it today, gold by
An Incentive to Save; .Pianos .Good
Enough For Those With
Money to Burn aud Priced
Low Enough for Those
Who Wiah to Save.
Would it not be a pleasure to get
one of tho world's best Pianos
and to know that you purchased
it for cost or less; also that you
secured it on easy monthly pay
ments like rent.
Imagine the joy the purchase
would cause in your home besides
tho additional joy of saving tho
large profit usually made on a
C. F. HULL OF THE VALLEY MUSIC HOUSE HAS
DISAPPEARED AND MY
CLOSE OUT EVERY PIANO
We can better afford to sell
this stock now to mako quick
work of it than to drag it along,
pay rent and expense or freight
back to the factories.
There are not so many pianos
and the loss will not be so great
if we make quick work of it.
A ery little money does the
"tfork; a few dollars to show your
;ood faith. Every instrument is
marked in plain figures with a
.rice that is a revelation in the
nistory of piano selling. Every
;iiano is guaranteed boUi by the
naniifactiirers and by Eilcis
Music House. A guarantee that
is absolute, that means satisfac
tion or "money back."
Seeing is believing. A visit to
the store will convince you.
Now would bo a good time to
j et a (.'nickering Grand Piano,
(the peer of all pianos) or to ex
change your piano as part pay
ment for the best in a player
piano. You can afford to bo ex
travagant as far as quality is
concerned in this sale, without
making much of a denUin your
savings. You can now have ono
of the world's best pianos.
Tomorrow is the day do not
put it off as the piano you wish
may bo sold.
Visit the store if only to see the
latest in Player Pianos, and tho
latest in player music. Open
J. C. GALLAGHER
General Agent for Eilers Music House
204 North Commercial street, Salem, Or.
er; L. . Draper, tanner.
C. W. Chatfield, farmer; Homer
Goulcv. farmer; Alex Harold, tanner.
Emerson Groves, farmer; D. P. Mc
John H. Bonis, farmer; John W.
J. L. Cook, farmer; Thos. Kirk,
farmer; Philip Giaham, farmer; F. R.
Coleman, farmer; C. J. Gooding, fann
er; Alois Kcber, banker.
Joint MeCormiek, fanner; David
Hovenden. farmer; A. H. Crosby, tann
er; E. F. Wells, farmer.
Harry Hobart, farmer; Charles Heinz
farmer; Allen Bellinger, sawmill; E. S.
I.utgen, farmer; If. P. Hicks, fanner.
G. I. Putnam, farmer; G. J. H. Fry-;
er, farmer. ,
Wm. S. Fiuley, farmer; Walter Koy,
Elbcr Denny, tanner. j
North Silverton. ;
G. D. Boweu, farmer; Emil O. Loe,
farmer; A. B. Rowe, farmer; J. H.'
Riches, blacksmith; J. C. Warnock,!
farmer; Z. Davenuport, fanner; J. H. 1
W. .1. Habcrly, fnrmer; W. J. Kiss
ling, farmer; W. H. Bowers, fanner;
Jacob Aiustutz, farmer.
F.. E. Taylor, barber; Arthur Webb,
merchant; J. M. Morley, merchant; .1.
II. Davenport, plumber; Ed. R. Adams,
cashier; Hoscoo I). Ames, clerk; Chas.
G. Sentson, clerk; L. H. Fischer, mill
er. West Silverton.
A. G. Anderson, merchant; A. F.
Blaekerby, dentist; G. A. Bock, butch
er; Roscoe Langlt-y, merchant; Julius
Aim, merchant; II. P. Broughton, fnrm
er; II. F. Craig, clerk; C. F. DcGuiro,
retired; J. F. Fish wood, merchant.
J. T. K earns, farmer; Geo. Keech,
contractor; C. )'. Neihert, farmer; Lee
Tate, farmer; G. R. Trask, fanner; W.
D. Cornish, farmer.
John S. Taylor, farmer; W. J. Hew
itt, miller; N. J. Gehlen, farmer; I. J.
Boodigheimer, farmer; Fred Cromer,
Bruce Bowne, farmer; S. J. Coudit,
G. H. Bell, mcielmnt; J. M. English,
farmer; J. T. Hunt, farmer; Leo. Doer
tier, farmer; C. P. Darst, farmer.
ft. W. Hunsaker, farmer; I. II.
Snnll, miller; John Giiardin., farmer:
J. 1. Gray, banker-; H. J. Glass, farm
er; Ralph Hussey, farmer; Ed A. Lytic,
farmer; Chas. B. I.omas, fanner.
L. X. Allen, farmer; John H. Brew
er, farmer; E.lw. Krenz, farmer.
Robert Cole, farmer; A. J. Egan,
L. M. Bitnev, rest estate; Geo. Bou
ncy, tailor; H. E. Cole, laborer; John
INSTRUCTIONS ARE TO
FOR WHAT IT WILL BRING
t . .1. . - l T HT r r
i1 nristie, nigger, u. v. uuiuui, mini-
jcr; Frank roller, tarmer; s. h. Hard
castle, merchant; Henry Hall, retired
,,J. K. Low, laliorer,
Fink X. Beck, merchant; F. M.
Drake, merchant; Jos. Kennedy, re
tired; N. S. Scollard, retired; Fred J.
Miller, insurance agent; I). S. I.ivesay,
lumberman; '.. T. Began!, retired; Da
vid Du Bois, pat ker.
DIED THE SAME DAY.
Portland, Or., Jan. 20. George. V.
James, aged 82, and his niotlier-in liiw.
Mrs. A. E. Bills, are dead today from
the -0111111! malady. They died within a
few hours of each other after a brief
illness with bronchitis.
always fresh, crisp
and wholesome :
at all dealers 10c and 25c cartons
also in bulk
PACIFIC COAST BISCUIT
Imperial Beauty Parlors
DS. W. E. STANTON.
Skin aud Scalp Special-'
WINIFEED W. DTJSENBUP.Y,
Manicurist and Hair Drens'ir. ;
Latest electrical appliances
and methods of treating all erup
tions and blemishes of the skin
and scalp, removing corns, warts,
moles, scars, and superfluous ,
Shampooing, Massage, dyeing
Ladies Manicures 25 Cents
Gentlemen 35 Cents
To introduce our methods, we
w ill allow one dollar on a course
of face or scalp treatments, to
any one bringing in this ad.
301 Bank of Commerce Building,
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