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Tlie Wan Needs of the Cctpital City Arc Bio
Under p per Headinfis So You Can ReacKly Find Them
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and Exchange all K
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I clothikg. SHOES, Bict
JAPTTAT TvrTT ATXf!2 f
- l , :,. ,,t , 337, Cos-;
J3 IX8CRANCE SOCIXTT .
. U. Burghardt, Jr.,
t Agent i 885 State
1 TVOT KARf AWDCJTJ?
AT LOWEST BATE
r TO LOAN I HAVE MA
! zementa , fnr loaning f
will make very low rmi--rt
on highly Improved arT
'' H. Smith, Kooni 6. McCorms
? Salem. Or. Phon X. l ? .
t MORTGAGES FOR SALES W
f.nr amount. $760. $1108. I.
Thorn A.. Robert. 309 , U
U bank bldg.. Phon lit.
STOR SALE AT A AROf
from towu. muit be sold"
Ovraer. Phon 385. reside
-5 U. S. National bank bi
109 ACRE RANCH W
U will accept ud to tWOS'"
f Trnperty. i Pric $4800. Ow.
V. S. National bank bid. Fk
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FRESH OOAT MEAT EVERl IlT.
Phon SS. r;t
ISO ACRES OF FIRST CLASS KI M
land, 120 acre cultivated. prie i
ner acre. - 15 acres of firct t
prune orchard price 14500. t r a
modern house, g-ood location, p
nuw, awuu iuuiiwi r 'li
11150. W. H. Grabenhorst Co,i S
hAIISA. - nifU -" ' MOT. ' . ' I
ti&. On; six room house B s-f
rag 37. Call 110 j South L I
street. . N V
NOTICE I WILL NOT BE RK:
slbl for debts contracted by
x els but myself. Clair JU Bk
r "OR RENT NICE FURNISHED 1 'AS
with nous privilege in cent. 10-1
rttllun, sn iiuru niawr, ew
I D ua ev-n.- - ; 1
S5 WILL PREPARE YOU FO t IE
mechanical departments of tk a
ed States governmnt. Write i nt
""""eratur. Hemphill Trad f iU
787 Hawthorne Ave.. Portland.
I'KKD WINDOW CLEANER. ,,S
BOY 18 YEARS OF AGE DI ESI
work. Prefers clerking. AdU J,j
r. inifninrr, iw 1 1 m, t PT,on,
JSEB RULIKBON m MILE NOK . ip
counijr farm tor roltlMI Vni$
ana pigs or pnon rt.
FOR SALE FOUR COWS FRES NDj
L-uiiiiiiH 11 t- i vurnin ana , 1 vs. 1
WOOD ypR SALE. fHQNElii U.
FOR SALE GASOLINE WOOD
.1-OTATOES FOR SALE, 80 CtF
HEAVY TEAM. HAioirpfiJ
wagon for sale. --- Phon Ht, ,
after offic hours. A
FOR SALE OR TRADE GCK0
dard Dayton In good runnar c
FOR 8 ALE COMPLETE THlAS
outfit rn first clasa conditio, c.
Louis F. Kobow, route 9, S4bu
FOR SALE BEAN POWEJ
sprayer, almost new. Will
"Address John 8. Dunlav
Oregon. Phon YOFII4
SHOE REPAIRING OUTFIT BE
V machine, some supplies rot
trade. C. O. Thomas, ;rout i
252-B. Salem. Oresen. . ,1
IF YOU WANT J TO GET TH3"
- farm paper, send lo to th4 j
Homestead. Salem. Oregon, f .
subarlptlon. Mention this j
CAPTIVITY OF THE OATMAiX
This tru story of weste
gration has been carefully rt
' making a handsome little M
tells in graph io terms of .
sacr of the Oatman f ami . c
escape of Lorenxo. and th
of Mary and Olive. Mar
starvation and Olive' was . )rc
from 'ath Indian fiv y m ,
Th prlc Is 20 cents, post 4
dress Oregon Teachers Mot
. ; pocCtry 1
FOR HALK WHITE LEGHOlW . I
lets good laying strain. I'hine 6
OR SALI-WHITE LEGHQli'CO
nil ! -ch bfrds,' CurvaUi jsti
t t Tj I . - . 1 , it iZ.
- '.. I. THOKOUO
n vmyuth , rock
"J. WANT TO OLT'
r7 paper pdblr-.e
to ' th ; Nort ! -
Sileif! j Ore r :
' B P
...V.tTHO ROUGH BRED PLY
"oc ockerela. ale spring
aldir oHJ6" FEET ON EAST
north V0.mDl'rl,I street, on door
w witk'-V Salem. togeth-
t h a i i . t nPi pe luat rtr over
thle ii61 trc extending from
AnSi SIt'r -tate street. Terma
Kid ,.2 xjoxortn, 701-z Bpauldlng
FOR HKVTllL'iTL-ii V iTt- tt t
KS, .?utekeplB PPrtments. 645
ferry trt. phone HKm-w.
iuntT1' Wapat station. Yamhill
.Vre ""P. w Dear in ;
iti J1 lJ acres farm land, bal-fjHt.?"tre-
Address W. H. Eran,
rvvtm 2. pnone ar il.
KR.ENTr- ROOM MODERN FLAT,
i inquire ais Nai . t i k..t v
llhl i '
K""KNTr ROOM FURNlESHED
hi oa er n. j call 117 Stat street.
South Salem. i per month. E. A.
"Vl. M RursJ Avenu. Phone
FOR RENT THB FOLLOWINO-
11KT rZTrl nf cottar at
. Ilroom modern hoas en
Pared atret ia a..k uik a
-Call at Statesman buslneas of fin
FOR REKTTHC l-ril T nnrtvi
" WJtv TT MXmM m
2 taie. litj 'b.I "orr,rwrl" ?ZIZ
KainaTV-i- or Kt.iMm.. k.V-i . . " ,
flee. Phone 11. "
4 .affra?"! "-iom flaC at
w v w rr r w ai r sra a v a a
mnn offV. PnoSe a. "
is KKjrr Btx rook HTBirm.T
nodcra tuncalow. . per month.
Hv Sayder. JU Stat Phone
JUSIT COMFORTABLE ROfiVf
w., ua or pain, in modern home.
yi a care siatesman.
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS. NICELT
lurnished. at (33 Fe"rry St. Com
and oe them. :!'';-:','
ROOMS FOR RENTWITH HOT WA-
ir, neac ana moaern conveniences,
at th Alxadria. 1030 Chemeket
street. Phon 12S0.
FOR RENT NICELT , FURNISHF1 J
housekeeDins: roorna. raaaonable. IS&
f North Commercial. ' '
XST A SMALL PIN. SfiT WITH OLD
, i I i t i .
i.iur nd t S-5iT n m7. kk--Vi
WANTED SECOND HAND STUMP
puller. Hercules prererrea. - tasn
O4 D. Miles. Sublimity. Oregon.
HIGHEST CASH F PRTCE PAID FOR
.good clean rag. Preaaroom. Statea-
TEAM WANTED-S-GOOD FARM TEAM
for keep during winter with option
to buying, good car iigm wort
Phon 804. i
WANTED JL MOPERN , FURNISH-
ed 'DOUSe. immeauie pouenign.
Man and wife only. Pbons 1321.
HORSES WANTED WE BUY AND
selL au Kinds, or wora norsea. 11
you bav any Cor ! call o ua
Clearwater Bros, Salem Hors Ex
ehanre. 884 Ferry St. Phon 1031
nr 412. -.
TIRES REPAIRED YPLCANIZIXO
CRACK ETT & GRAY TUBES VUL-
ranllM. I5C HtlTttOIDr OTir IPtCIBI
ty. Free service car. - rnon xtvw
279 North Commercial. .
WATT - SHIPP CO. RETREADS AFD
; section tubes 25o up. . Servlc r.
Phon 3(3. 128 Boutn, uoraraewii
SHIPPS AUTO SERVICE CITY AND
country trips, c s.Phon - 5 var,
wte-ht. 359. - ' .;--
rjpi.unvT BPDVirR STATION 8TOR-
u battery repairing, recnargina
and auto electrte accessaries. Cor
ner State nd Fronts Sts.-' Phon 707,
F. I UTTER. PENTjyr, twuna
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
1 Oregon Cedar tmp, ho. k. mwu
Wvery Thursday evening at 8 o'clock
i In Derby building 'corner Court and
High streets. R F. Day, V. Cj J. A.
Wright, elrek. - -.-
BOTH ERHOOD OF TOEMAH
MEETS EVERY WEDNESDAY EVEN
in'Maaonlc Temple, fifth floor, at
: 8 b'clock. .All visiting merkber wel
" ceVren, W.' H- Prunk. Foreman. Dr.
"M4 B. Pomeroy. Correspondent.
BAGGAGE AND PARCELS DELIVER-
ed any place, city r country. Phone
84 0HIO8I-R. W. W Fisher.
, ' y CiilROPACTlc
.IIIROPkACTIC ADJUSTMENTS RE
stor normal funetion. If you want
r-uUs' consult Dr May, 305-8-7
liubbara Bldg. phen 327.
Dn.'Or U ftCOTT. D. GRADUATE OF
U ' F- 8. C ChiroprSCtlc fountain head.
DavennT.t.; Iowa. ChlropracUe cor
irVctrcaST f disease OfflMi
4 6-I-E. . H- K. BsnkBuUoinEf.
. I .vae I r.esldeoc iiS-i-'
, ' , ., . . -
JNDUUJE YOUR SECOND SENSE AND
observe the character ana uncommon
service rendred at In grey's, Barber
Shop. 11 State utreet.
tRj L. M. HUM CURES ANY KNOWN
dineaae. 153 H. Hlffh St. Ihonc 183
DRAYS A!fD EXPRKSS
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER COMPANY
. Phone S33. Salem's largest and best
equipped transfer company. Get our
: reduced freight rates on eastern
shipments. Also for stores; as we
have three warehouses in connection
with businees. Furniture . movinir.
- packing;, shipping and storing: our
specialty. Office 1(1 South Commer
cial atreet. 1 .
DRESSMAKING GOWNS REMODEIaaJ
d. i2& North Canitol street. lhonS
DRY CLKANING AND PBJCSSIXa
JAPANESE PRESSING PARLORS F.
. 8. Watanab. Pro p 434 N. Commer
cial St Ladis and gentlemen's
sun cieanea ana prssea. . and
fl... .Work eUed fat and dUvrd
rr-w. i ri, insia .
JUNK WANTED WB PAT HIGHEST
price i or jnu oi every Kino. Iet us
make you a pric on your household
ajoooa. i nt ixjuare Leai
capital Junk Co-
Street, Phon. 3S S.
FULL. VALUH PAID FOR SECOND
hand goods. Highest market prices
for Junk and aides. Th - People'
Junk and Secondhand Store S71 MoT
Commercial. Phon 784. "7
"CLEAN WHITE HAS PROVEN SUC-
wmu AppiiM nere or sold for
?,.m?I".-?",lf-' rty Parlor
SALEM STEAM LAUNDRY QTCJz
wen very ana careirui Work..fj1"
wash be per sound, lit BauiI
riy bt. ,ruu 2.
HOME WET WASH lUNDPTlvSi
uiar washing dene at a r-',fVrw
body can afford. For onl'-fXl"
enu we wiSl collect, wjf
livr your washing woiwMlt3r"
four hour. Phon t4Tv'- ' ' '
FRUlTliAND NURSES'5'" -l1518 T,ARD
at High and FerT- . V
stock and get pe-1 J'or purchas
ing elswhere. Vvejcbearing straw
berry plants. ' .
WHY PAY BIO PRIC
ei lor glasses 7 I
. earn t- your eyes
with first quality
lease In gold filled
frame' as low- aa 12.50. Satisfaction
..wstMd. will J. unompson. graa-
Tiatoptomeerlst 341 North 'Liberty
Street. Klimniiiin siiyvmuuvui
BWky. Phon lio-J.. .
ul xv. 1 MEUCER. GRADUATE
sAnvw lean School1 Ostexpathy. Klrks
' vMe Mo.: treap acute and chrftnlc
disais. Officf 404-40$ U. a Na
.. tionat Bank Blg- Phone-919. tesl-
dence 419 Nor Summer, phon 814.
DR8. WHITE A . WALTON OSrEO
pathie phyvlclans and vurgeona
" Graduates ofthe American Schools of
Osteopathy, Klrksvllle. Mo. Post
graduate aid specialised in) nervous
' disease at ,Los Angele Callege.
Treat aie and chronic diseases.
Office 50-8-7-8. U. S. Natl, Bank
Bldg.l pone 859. Residence, 1820
1 Court St Phon 2215. ,- -1 .
G. E. M AST. EXPERT TUNING,
eleanlig. repairing and regulating.
All - fork, guaranteed. 1645 Hall
streef or car of Sherman Clay
Co fourt street, phone 3163-J.
PLUM BIBI 6
FOI? TOUR HOT. WATER HEATING
sjatem se T. M. Barr, plamber 184
Buth Commercial St, Salem, Oregon.
SECOND HAITI) GOODS
SE BUY AND SELL SECOND HAND
goods of all kinds, pip fittings, har
ness. . collars, collar pads, tools,
chains. , Fred Bcbindler, tC Cntr
8treet ; ' -
AUTO TRUCK SERVICE. ANY KIND
of nauitng. Household
moving job don prompt
ly. Try m one. Tlmm.
471 Stat St. Phon 883, Rsldnc
phon 1123-J. .--:!-:--
nrNTfERT A K ERS
WEBB A CLOUGH C. B. WEBB. A. M.
Clougb. funeral directors, ii Latest
modern methods known to th pro
' fesaton. 497 Court street.
SALEM WATER CO. OFFICE, 301 S.
Commercial street. For Water servlc
' apply at office. Make all complaints
at the office. No deduction in bills
will, be allowed for absence or for
any causes whatever anleas water Is
. cut off from premises. . Hereafter
! water for irrigation will .only be
furnished to regular customers using
water for domestic purposes. Con
tractors for sidewalks, brick work,
or plastering, will please read "for
building purposes" tinder schedule of
rate. Apply at Office for copy.
WAL1 FAPKR, .PAINT' ,
TEN CENTS A DOUBLE ROLL AND
upward for cnoic w an paper at
Buren's Purnitur Stor. - 179 Com
GLENN L. ADAMS FOR HOUSE DEC-
coratlng, painting, tinung, paper,
banging. tc Work don by contract
or day; good workman. - Location
1038 Center St. Phon SS8-W. .
8EE PORTER FOR! FAINTS .WALL
Paper ana 1 pictur Tammg. uooo
workman. , 465 Court St.. ; Phon 488,
WOVEN WIRE FENCING
Depot National JTt Aaaerieaa Peaee,
all elaea. S la. SS la, high.
Palate. Oils and VaralsTa.
Stove Reballt aad Repalrea '
I - SaJeas Veae eV Ste-re Werfaa.
ZSO Cenrt St. Psioa 2X8
STOCKHOLDERS MEETING THE
annual - meeting 01 me aiocanoiuers
of the Gold Creek Mining St Milling
Co.. la hereby called tor Monday.
January 7. 1918. at 8:00 ib'clock p. m
t meet in the office of the Capital
Buslneas College, Salem, Oregon, for
the purpose of electtna- a board of
directors and transactiaa. such other
hualiuH as. mav com foefore it. Br
order of the President Otto Hansen.
Attest.. w. a, suuey, criary,
- ; sr
COAST ACREAGE , WANTED,
trade for fine 10 acre tract,
meyer. 44. Stat street.
80 ACRES ALL SOWED IN WHEAT
and oats. $8000. C. W. Niemeye
FULLY MODERN HOUSE. CORN
lot. Ii0. A . genuine ba
FOR SALE A LAUNDRY IN
Scott. 404 Hubbard buil
FOR SALE OR TRADE 17 J5
well located. 100 in cultv'. tor
per acre. Terma. Will
smaller tract of less valv .
Route 7,Box 12, Salem. -
5 xcttv tript with t1..
AVRE-1 VA. WITH . Ts. hack.
neaa. reed. 80 head cr; garage,
implements, dandy hJline. $250
oarn, two oiocks from t at Bt.
me lot. Nlemeyer, 6
JilS 'A RAW.
FOR SALE ON EASY T20.000 dally
mill fully equippa thickly set
capacity. Located jj, 2.0U0.00O feet
tied community. 4 Scott. 404 Hub
saw timber. Joh"
oAjpt-r toilet, good lot.
plastered, batiks real value. Room
Prlc $450) h'r, ,.. . j
-rw.ra . irrnrv
A - WUU J-rf aettlatnant
DU1IO' K. ..in ItK .J
"ACM- D had on a good
acr.f; anr rate. It will be worth
Fleming, 341 Stat St.
THE CHOICEST WALNUT
?r?jrand ckerrynruiwa. Close In
Drtod rock road, for a qu
0f sacrlfic 17 acres all
produce interest on th invest-
irnt from the beginning. For .fur
ter information, se Perrin
Marsters, 412 Hubbard Bldg phon
WANT TO SECURE 31.00J LOAN AT
per cent, want to sell 14.000 firnt
mortgagr at 7 per cent on $9,000
farm, reliable owner. 3 acres nicely
Improved, close in. fllOO. $300 will
nandie it. 1 room strictly modern
house, paved street 82500. For rent
5 room strictly modern house witb
garage for a period of yeara
would be pleased to write your fir
insurance, socciorsicy. Phone 970,
A GOOD LITTLE FARM OF ABOUT
7 acres, close to half in full culti
vation, good building, (ample), well
watered in pasture, good soil, and a
mllejand a quarter only from good
railroad town on th Southern Pa
eifia Will take good town property
as part pay or smaller place around
Salem. What hav you. Se Wn.
Flrmine;. 341 Stat ; street, (owner
her Monday only). - I , :r , .
FOR EXCHANGE FOR LARGE 'LOT
on small acreage In a' good towa I
Oregon or California coast county,
.Want some fruit and well Improved
to th worth of 1500. 4 or 6 room
U house. I hav 5 acre block with good
U 8 room house in out edge of Clovia,
New Mexico. Clovi is th ferninsl
for th Santa Fa railroad rAmn. n v
Division point also big railroad
Shops. W. W. W. Mitchell. Rm Ml
Clovia. N XT , 1 : i-
FOR SALE 49 ACRES 'RIVER? BOT-
wra tana improved sssv. 290 acres
rolling land fair-kuHdlngs 30 per
acre. 144 acre river bottom land
ZTT cheap. CO acre bottom land
$2600. -100 acres bottom lans $5200.
10 acres bottom land 11200. Exchange
good bouse aftd, some cash f r small
farm. 9 acres . close in well Im
proved for larger farm. Two good
houses for small farm. 18 seres for
rent. , Money to loan. Wooi. Bayne
Bldg Shetland pony for sal.
LOOK AT THIS-iA REAL
. mi'vr " acre or cno polk eons
ty lead; about 89 acre clear; about 88
acre in stump pastur; balaac la
choie piling Umber and ak grub.
Timber alone worth 750O. New four,
room house, new dairy bars, providing
for 20 cow and four horses; new pig
pen and new milk houe. Water piped
from fin spring to all building. Will
sell th whole at a great bargain.
Vjry easy terdU. per cent Interest.
Addr L, 4waer. car Th State ma a.
a Sv-aJ a a
SPOT CASH PAID FOR EGGS, POULT
ry, .wal. dressed bogs. etc. W
want your products, . and will pay
highest market prlc. Salm Fruit
Co.. 33T So. Commercial Strt.
Not as f.Iany Filed Dnrvng
Year Jaxt Closed as
A resume of the proceedings nt
the Oregon supreme Court Is made
in a statement prepared -by Clerk
J. C. Moreland yesterday. Compara
tive figures show that more cases
were filed in the court during 1916
than during 1917, the) totals being
292 and 232 repsectlvely, a differ
ence of ninety cases. . . '
The number of written opinions
for 1916 was 356 and for 1917 390,
Of the 332 cases filed In the court
for the year Just closed 293 were
filed at Salem and ; thirty-nine at
Pendleton, where the eastern Oregon
session of the eon rt is held twice
each year. .' ;' i 1
By written opinions '31 ft caes
have been disposed of during- the
last year and by stipulation 32,! s
total of 350. 1 j
Of the 390 written opinions for
the year 312 were on merits, iiixty
siz on motions, nine were dissenting
opinions and . three, special concur
ring opinions. ' The average number
of written opinions for each of the
seven Justices was fifty-fire.
The number of eases affirmed dur
ing the year was i 1 42, the number
reversed 129 and the number modi
fied twenty-nine. Original proceed
ings filed In the. court were twelve
of which five were allowed' and
seven denied. . '!
Total cash ' receipts In the court
was S12.02S.10.. Of this amount
S10.89S.10 was In filing fees and
12120 for admission of attorneys; t.
7 An even "100 attorneys were ad
mitted by the court to the practice
of law in Oregon, twelve from other
states nd eighty-eight admitted ; on
dem Lawver Finrlt fjnral
' products More Appreci-
ated in Seattle
Attorney Ivan G. Martin was Just
coming out of his office last night
in the Masonic block and had reached
the elevator when he turned back,
with a sort of tired look, as his wife
went on down the elevator on her
way home and to dinner.
But when Mr. Martin looks all
tired out he sometimes is not, and
when asked If he had a good itme
on his vacation in Seattle, he was at
once wide awake and enthusiastic.
. "Seattle is some time. he? said.
but believe me or not, for I am
ashamed to tell It on myself. When
I finally got out to visit my friends
they had for dessert evaporated ap
ricots ! put up, by the . Salem-Kings
Products company, and instead f
claret 'or dinner the host set out a
bottle of 'Loju,' another Salem made
product. ; , "-.".;!''.-:
"We are not advertised, . that
seems to be the trouble, here In Sa
lem, at least. 1 These are both home
mad products, and Salem ought to
know about how good they are. ;
&een Wonderful Panorama.
"My friends took me up on top of
the highest building in Seattle, forty
two stories it was. straight up In to
the sky. The day was wonderfully
clear- the only clear day while I was
there. I think, and from its top I
could 'see Mt. Baker and ML Ta-
coma. and the entire country spread
out like a olg map. . j
I iaid! a visit to Camp Lewis .1
while I was in Seattle, and there I
I fl tW I -v
91 k I sal r 1
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The Greatest Musical Event in Oregon History
Direct! from Phenomenal Eastern Successes
Fortune Gallo presents J:
THE BKiCEST A-VD BEST TRAVELLING
OPERA COMPANY IN THE WOBU)
100 in Cast 40 in Orchestra
G jectacittar Setlinijs Perfect Ensemble
Portland. Oregon. Six Day On y. January 7 to 12
i Mnn'lijr. Jshnary .ti.
rie-ii. 'Jarr -
fhur a, Vi,tie. Jsusarjr
S HS1 we i W , . - - a
rh.irwiar tiewinir. Jsauarf lath.
Frtd.i. Jary ll --- -r ;v'
Kotarrtt tren-u. J"- 1 '
Popular Prices, 53c, S3c $1.10, $1.65, $20
t: MaB Oraar Seat Sale - Opeet. Address aT Make ;
'':Kt CWk. payable te Warn. Adm. Aitaeaa-a. Frttaad ,
Special Railroad Rates
, Net Contents 15Fluid Practtr
f v - -
ALCOHOL-3 PER CENT- A
'i AVcc!db!elrcparalioaif I
giinilatift melood vj turgtf
Mineral. Not XAhcotiv
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ConstipaticMi and Duirrnoei
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IXSHUL WHITMAN 4k CO. lac- 881 Beaadway. New Yerk City
P. S. Act aa dtis as.tee.
t-!t 1 tT 1 r
asiae ei year assist and
mm advise aaa et rear
"J ! ' . . i.
met Pound, well known' here,
and - many others- from Salem wera
there also. 1 also met Isadore Brick,
another Salenl man, who is' now in
the wholesale) diamond business in
Seattle, and making money.
"Willis Chamberlain is now. with
TerrflPA Stratton." attorneys, and he
now tells me that he has a little toy.
He married Olive Metcalf, a Salem
girl. 'v;..i , 1. . .-i
"My train got into Seattle Sunday
morning at 3. o'eWk. instead of
10:45 the night before, and I went
nn to the hotel where I found, nearly
fifty people sleeping In chairs. What
do "mi think of that?
The clerk of the St. Regis 'hotel
told me they had turned away about
100 that night. I happened to find
a friend stopping there and bunkel
la with him, or might have had to
walk the streets all nlghL
Manager BUgh Gives Salem :.
Another Real Good Show
"J"alr and Warmer" was a sCream
last night at . the Grand Opera
house, although It only played to a
fair elie'd audience. It was given 'by
the same company recently presented
In Portland .5 and was a 1 first class
show: j There were lots of pretty
costumes and the dialogue -got a
I laugh whenever It was wanted,
i I The play, presented by Selwyn tc
Co., was written by Avery Hop
wood, author of "Seven Days? and
"Nobody's Widow." It was full, of
funay situations and Its plot of
"What Happened First" and ."What
Happened Next" and, "Then What
Happened. was worth sitting
through; - ,; - .: .
"Don't be good to her, be a hus-
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- For Infants and Children.
v Thirty Year
II year dealer ee aet keen Uwa, us eat eul
r year naate aad adorees ea it wtta the
mad it te as. W wiil sead turn ttmltt at
band to her. was the advice given
to the neglected husband in the play.
Just how the husband won' out tal
to be acted out and Hehry Stock
brldge' as "Billy Bartlert" was ft"
"bear" In the acting.; Tfcere wef
only eight members in the cast au i
each one was In the right plaiA. ap-r-rTttT.
th- audience gave every
evidence or believing so. ine iinat
act wr.s the cure-all" for the Jeal
nnw concocted in the play, .which,
. ,a . Jt ,
w lieu 11 was eiyvsvu was tuuuu i
nouiing at an. - ' j
i II Kit TItOUBLK IS 30XK. ;
Mrs. Thomas H. Davis.) Montrom-j
ery. Ind.. says she had trouble with;
herv Mtdder and had doctored for,
several months without relief, when
Foley Kidney Pills were recom
mended end sne commenced usmn
them and got relief. They relieve
bicvache. , rheumatic : pains, t stiff,
swollen Joints and kiflney trouble
J. C. Perry. '' ' ; 1
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