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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON, . SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1919. 1
POST SELECTS PLAY "
WITH VIEW FOR ART
!I0T MONETARY GAIN
"I have never produced a play for
money. I have never chosen a play
because It possesses commercial' pos
sibilities. .1 have always selected a
Piiy. becaii.se. it . appealed, to myartls-
tic temperament, had charm, and yet
. the plays I have selected have always
been money makers, which proves,- to
. niy mind, the great public possesses
more real ttrtistlc temperament than
the average theatrical manager gives
It credit for having.-
. .' Mr. Post will play an engagement
ut The Grand,- next Wednesday, In
his ' greatest -success "The - Masquer
ador,'! an adaptation of -the novel.
John- Chlkote M. P., has played the
leading roles for the leading part is
a dual role more than one thousand
. times, i With him are the following
well known artists: Lionel Belmore,
Alice John, Gerry Cornell, Elizabeth
DePuy, Joon Peers, Robert Sherwood,
durance Handyside, ' Ruby - Gordon,
Reginald Carrington, Audrey Ander
son, Katharine--. Raynnre, - Oertrude
- IJhton, ICIwynn Eaton, Victor Baoroft,
Knymond Martin, Edward linger and
others and we nearly forget to men
tion "lluskle (on Alaskan Police Dog)
which liliiys a most important part in,
Mr. Post waxed enthusiastic on the
subject of the artistic in production.
"It does not follow by any means that
the Ai'tiHtlo play will be a failure
commercially. The biggest punch, I
tielkive, is not the so-called vulgar
niiianh, but a play of Idealism, a play
- which contains something that elus
liely appeals to the imagination. This
theatrical profession Is the most
wonderful thing In all the world, it
H lies full pay in the Imagination.". '
' With regard -to-"The MasQUerader"
Mr. .Post explained It followed the
novel closely, but for dramatic re
Mlwtunce there had been a new char
acter introduced, called "Brock who
knows Chllcote Is being imperson
ated, is a strong firm character In
tensely human." "The play has been
the greatest success of my caroer and
at times I fear it may do to me what
Rip Van Winkle did to Mr. Jeffer
son identify me as especially great,
in a single character, for this reason
1 shall have a new play the coming
season Both Mr, Tully and I feel
1 tint the new play, which he Is writ
ing is really superior to "The Mas-
iiuerador" though as vastly different
as ' is "The Mnsqueruder" from
"Omar," that served mo so well on
my lust transcontinental tour.
Mill) iAiAOH THE C'RICKKTS?
An Individual cricket chirps with no
Meat regularity when it is by itself,
and Us chirping is Intermittent, espe
dally In the daytime. At night, how
ever, when great numbers of crickets
are chirping, the regularity Is aston
ishing; one hears all the crickets In a
field-chirping synchronously, keeping
time as If led by the wand of a con
?HY COUGH AND
(itlicva it with Dr. 'Bell's
. Pine-Tar-Honey .
ARE j oil going to Id- it stick and
become u chronic condition?
' (i course nut! Not when you
I UMv you have ;t preparation liKc- Dr.
Hrll'ii Vinc-'t'ai-l lonev to loosen if lip
mid-no allow Nature to rill you 01 it.
Th first tlt-e will produce cm) if j in;
ns'ills. 'I lie second ami third, will run-
im--e you that Dr. Bell's l'ine-Tur-1
lemey U an enemy to a cold.
Hie in i:ii iilloii is mtoikI to none
kit .. its ttooiliitiK, relieving cltiTt.i.
t "luxlis, ;i fii'ipiiti, lironcliftis, asthma
y.iicl.lv relieved lv. Dr. IU'II'r 'im-Tar
Honey. H, 60c.. $1.20. All DniggL'i j.
A Viae Liutuhe For ChJldron .
Pmm p: v. itmudt hi y , cmj ort nH Ho..-
ax ftiiit Piimrt Uit Umilj uiij sth lltr toin'-i
liver, Not ft fmrKRtive lik clminl is, wt
1 K-MitK. .if tnu.y-u.-iv-iioa KiKtifa for the
v utile i.utiilv th u vfifv lively cmihh-h waaie.
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"'.',". llcultU Offltvr
CVntrHl l'harlmucy. The, for
iimldeh-de candles, etc.
1 roll IiiHiKH'tor
Van Trump, 8 11. salary and
. expenne.s ............
1'oor Account Continued
Austin's Urncery, groceries for
sirs. utrolh '-
iiroUKlier, A IV groceries for
flub Htables, The, ambulance
service for Heekman una
... 13 no
Inager, D tl, advance for rail
. i-oad fare for John Mc
l.nrmer Triuiafur, It A. real
- for Mm. iMmaldtfon
Opera House Pharmacy, pre
scriptions for Oouniy patients
J' icific , Tel Hi . Tel Co. The,
- photic lit" farm
Hcbcrls, C M,. groceries for
Salem X)easnen Hospital.' care
of Mary Mither ,
Palem Denconoss HospUal. cure
i.f Mrs. Martha Iy.eUte
Fali-m Deuconos ioplial. care
of Nohn Nnvnitil-
Palem Hospll.tl, tare of I.onls
j4illcll)' (j'asnltal, i'C A "W
13 60 !
Salem Hospital, car of M B
Ketchum .... '.
Salem Hospital, car of L H
Salem Hospital, care of John ,
Shrode, D L, groceries for
Mrs Northcutt .,
Taylor, Earl E, Supt. poor farm
Weller. Bros, - groceries for
Willamette Sanatorium, care ,
; of Emil Eckerlin
.. j0u Acconnt
' . I
Needham, W I, board of pris- '
Needham, V I, railroad fare .
for Floyd Cochran et al..;.....;
- - - Tax Rebate . '
Condlt, Ross, rebate
Moore, Delpha, rebate
Beckwith, J T, work ln.ex-
Cernlc. hi J, apples, prunes,
etc. ..; J.......
Ensley, B F, potatoes, etc.
Farmer Hrw Co, Ray L, gal-
vanized pail, nails, tacks, .
Gaines, R, pumpkin
Herren, James, auto hire col-
'. Fdsfer ......,..'...-......;;-..:...r,;
Salem Hospital, care of Her.
Salem Hospital, care of Lizzie
PORTLAND BUSINESS DIRECTORY
MORRIS BROTHERS, Inc.
The Premier Municipal Bond Home
Phone Bdwy, 2151.
Ask Your Grocer
HER AUTO SPRING CO..
tH BISTm IN
WE WANT YOUR TURKEYS
Write ua for pricei on
Poultry, Veal, Hoga, Eggi, Applet, Potatoei, Unionl.
40 raara In hmineu. PAGE A SON, PORTLAND, ORE. Prompt. Rnliable.
"RTTTTTTWIT'AT Wa pay Higliett Mmket Price for Butterfat
W X i 4iXXJL JT. i and lead chack br return maiL
Send us your name and wa will mail you our quot&Uuu.
KIVKHVIKW DAIRY COMPANY,. lotll Balmant St.. Partlaad, Oreiron.
FT TQNSETH FLORAL CO.
X MVJ VV JLjIXvJ n iiw f FWs FOR AU. OCCASIONS
Plum Main BI03
687 Washlmitan St..
Mmical ItiUyawiU ui SuapiiM, tkangitfii ui Records.
AG K NTS FOK-R. C. Conn. t.ld. Ba-.d tiutramrata. Vest
Tu-bauhone and Whyt.LalU9 UuAioa.
Send for Calalog-ua of new and anod luatruiuanta,
"For Anything Musical, See HcDangall First"
3 -X x
x , A i
Genuine Ford Parts
TALBOT & CASEY, IllC. Authonzed Ponl Dmlers
Whan in town, brine; your Kurd to ua. Exceptional
'renalriruT (acllltiaa hy flnt-elaei Ford mechanic!.
Uaanatoa ra-ehargad in car while you wait. Try
at for parts.
Signor G. Taglieri
artlitle Flnleh. ' Principal tenor Italian tn.1 Knlunurana uvera oompanwa.
Of lutarualional reputation. Studio 104-t Staaraa lluildlns. Phone Main alia. .
John Claire MONTEITH
RecounitrJ Authority on th Vofce
CohimbJj BUi(., Portland.
r ' o " men. And It will run
aTi'V.VtC-l oulres a 4 H. P.
I iJL, y--- i'jL 1 wheels. One man
1 iSr&3 1 place. AU mital conatriw-i mti; U-watuer ignition sys-
ij-kr ' iaa. torn. A sturtUv buiiU sW''J outfit that
econoiuicullv. , (,
f Also l- ui
i n e e n i n g
IVp. ". Tltlc&TrMRt
Biff, rnrllaiul. Ul't'
rit-. i.-r niDMiTiirr . Appi UNf-PS
Q,.CE FURNITURE & APFUANCE,
ccwi'irrr tine of srert
lectins exhibits ... 15.84
Heyden, Gust, corn and beets.. .00
Huckestein, Willa, work pre
paring exhibit .. ....... . S.T6
Kawaguchi, K S, celery ............ 5.00
Lachmund, Louis, grapes ........ C.C0
LaFollette, A M, Jeaches, ap
ples and pears . 36.
Lelchty. Albert, crabapples .... 2.25
McAdams, I L. preparing ex-
Penney Company, J C, hunting,
cheesecloth, etc ..l 7.91
Portland Ry L ft P Co, elec
tric service :... 10.
Ranhold, Amiel, onions and
; potatoes ... . 7.00
Reynolds, L T, apples and
pears ...,... 11.25
Roth Grocery Co, tomatoes :' - U
and grape baskets - 8.70
Stelgher, T W, apples i3.00
Taylor.- Earl E, collecting and -
delivery for exhlbit4 47,00
Taylor, Miss Myrtle, preparing . .
grain .; 25.00
Taylor, Mrs Nina, preparing
exhibit . .............. 3.00
Taylor, Walter, do 8.00
Turnidge, W J, vegetables-
and expressage ........... 5.70
Welch Electric Co, 10 watt mcl. 3.50
Wells, Mrs Harriett, vegetables . 3.00
Winters, Joseph, honey 8.40
Goptier and Molo Bounty Contd
Boyer, IT G, advanced for
on scalps ; 10.60
309-311 Stark St
Room! II per dar and up. 8pisl moatblr rmtM.
UutHtf-tomi vniUm made to fesl at ham.
Boatbara fuias alec trie train dapot in auM
balldlna. 1. W. BUSHONG. tlanasar.
Kte AUarSt. our. 4th. - POKTLAND. ORB
HAYNE3-FOSTER BAKING CO.
Pardaad. Oraioa. . '
SALEM BAKING CO., Salen, Ore.
You Can't Break. 'Em!
CM Suriim witfc writtan cnanntM for ran.
15,000 Sprngs Stack. Portlud, Ore.
BEST PLACE IN TOWN TO EAT
Wa aapaekllr outfit -town liitor to sir oi a toiaL
Wa tU maka yas (Ml at home.
SUtk ana AMar Straau. PORTLAND, ORE.
Feel Right at Home Here
CENTRAL REASONABLE RATES
1 Ith and Stork, Portland, Or.
But Meet All Trains
Sunday, Monday, Tuasdar Nichto
Sua. Moa. Tuaa. Wad. Aftaraoona
Show Wad. Night OecMloaalljr.
rlijtu. 15c U JI M; Kifaa. ISe h 75c
KTrt 1 frnnil A VP
Keep !h Northwest Projptrou by
utliij Northwett!m Made Cood.
ZAN BROS., tnc.
BUeetroot "LaVoca PcwlaOi"
Italian " Bel Cantu " '
Voi.4 B.iiHlnn from ElementarT Stara to Illsh
Waehlniiton St at Watt Park
l... Ti.l.:iMA4 aaua r,n,,h oa tn 1
m;y-f your machinery that ro-'
Motor.. - nMouirtod oa- wide rim iron
oprrst anil r-ioves it froinj)luco to
lusts loiiKiir --l cUrate4-easier unu more ;
fFi iill $ ei h
it rr---.-A?-rJ v.? r'
i 3, J tJ
, Wilt ,jKn Spr.nga Mineral WMer
r.ttwro a- own rnn-.ly rium tfie Uih-h.
. .. .... IJiiUti. it Ulut Ki't wail.
Rk RmJ)' Co. " 1st St., Portland, Or.
iJAFr? Kir arl lunger
iu)t fcii'yA, new auJ sfoo;ul
fiAii i, us right iHotrt, bought,
N0HI3 SATS A LOCK CO.
What Do Yea Know Aboct Drag Saws?
Every man who ever broke his back with a crosscut knows that a drag
saw does a dozen men's work at one-tenth the cost. BUT do they
know why the VAUGHAN has such biff exclusive devices on its saw i
as the Jiffy Saw Holder; the metar to metal clutch; the Safety Angle
and the Adjustable Pitman head T : i
If you're interested In drag saws find, out why , the VAUGHAN - has
them. Just write for our folder it tells you why and also explains
the engineering principles that must" be followed to produce the high-
est grade saw the sort of a saw you want.
Outdi $165 -
WE I1LL SHn YOC A VAVGHAX DRAG SAW IF YOTTR. DEALEIl
: CANNOT SXTPLY YOU
Don't buy a drag saw blindly. Invetitlgat. Com par. Mnke mire te
saw you buy will stand up under hard lasting Bervice. The Vaughan
Is sold on merit. It is time proven and tested. ' ........
VAUGHAN MOTOR WORKS. INC
Keep Down living Cost
Buy Planes or Player piano .
During Factory Clearance Sale
$ 325 Rebuilt or used Pianos $ 95
350 Rebuilt or used Pianos 135
375 Rebuilt or used Pianos 165
425 Rebuilt or used Pianos 190
450 Rebuilt or used Pianos 215
500 Rebuilt or used Pianos..s 235
875 New 1919 Models 281
425 New 1919 Models. 317
450 New 1919 Models 337
476 New 1919 Models 356
60O New 1919 Models 375
650 New 1919 Models 412
C25 New 1919 Models......... 468
750 New 11119 Models : 662
800 New Player Pianos 695
900 New Player Pianos..-.. 675
1000 New Player Pianos 750
1150 New Player Pianos 862
Cash orou terms to suit you
$25 cash, $10 or more monthly on
new Pianos. $50. cash, $18 or more
monthly on new Player Pianos.
SCHWAN PIANO CO.
Ill Fourth St., Portland, Ore.
., TJ J , . ri ,
t:i':T?! .-!. Jh!l
1 J- - .' -ka- T.- IS?'
While in Portland
Don't forgot to visit one of the '.
'. Greatest Money Saving Stores '
on Uio coast, . .
kersrYoa Really SAVE
Clotlting, Shoes, Furnishings,
Etc, at i to J regular pricet.
2-.3 Al.DEl St., COKNER SiXOND ST.
The big store wUh-tho yollow front.
- ; .T, ' '
truss-. Snd ( mtwiur
ir.g blnk itl einraUr.
ny av?ry,iirT in Umrk :
ifjiv. etc. a- .i jjay po-staire. 1
478 E. Mala St.
Portland, Ore.- '
The pleasure of your trip to Port
land will depend upon the hotel you
elect. Cozy aurroundlnga, moderate
ratea, and the welcome you find 'in
Sour own home towm, await you at
. Garage in Connection.
Oct. the 27th
Since Its first quotation THE PEER
LESS Bl'TTER . CO. has and ALWAYS
WILL estalilujh the RECORD BUTTER
We. have one mice to. all: our Quotations
are open; w do not quote a price and
pay some more '. and some less to meet
Try us check by return mall for each
PEERLESS BUTTER CO.
. 45-47 Front Street -.
Portland, - - - - Oregon
Car and Tractor Magne
tos, Generaters and Start
ing Motori Repaired.
Beat Bank References.
Send for free chart. Hail
oa magnetoa. Quick eerv
ice. ElectricService Auto Co
391 Oak at Bet. Park ft 9th
Portland Modern Oil Burner
Making Pure Cat From Coal Oil.
Fits any Stove or Rana-a. Haa no eanal for eaok.
inir, heating-, furnaeea, etc. Eaey to onerata. No
dirt, soot or odor. By far the chaaneat fuel. In-
reeogata. Asenta wanted.
PORTLAND MODERN OIL BURNER.
14S Grand Ave., Portland, Oregon
Turkeys W anted
- We also pay bost market price for ,
Cream, Egga and Live Poultry.
Front and Ankeny SK.Portland. Ore.
l-'Uii S ALE lU'.ituumnt aiKl"c1nfeiJtTon
ery: gooil lorntion. doing frood bualnem;
sellinjt to settle eslnter will sacrifice for
quick sale. Cnll or write Ida I. Covell,
ailmx., 417 Lyon t., Albany, Or.
WHY ENDURE FOOT MISERY?
Tired, sore feet take the Joy out of life.
Why suffer with swollen, persptringr, ten
der, calloused, bad odor feet when the R.
M. B., 10-day, permanent and guaranteed
cim be purchased lor $2.00. The R. M. It.
10-ilay Guaranteed Corn Cure, 60 cents.
This wonderful -remedy contains no
acids or poisons. Sent prepaid, plain di
rections for use in each package. Robbins
Marr Remedy Co., 3H Stork Ex. Bldg.
Kver have a pain across the back, es
pet laity on enld. dimi pnrntnps? If so,
Ktve your kidneys attention by taking
SAr.OltKNK mixed wtlh olive before vu
. orttiact rheuniatis-.n in Its wornt form.
Pronire SALuilK.MIii from any drugstore
and mix it youtelf.
BJsLP- SIiImubi Tin ud Price LM
DR. L LUBARRE,!!
f ortlftnd Modem
Annaintmnnt maita hv
'"AfJV "all; NO serious results
-"CrfiVkliiaJW from trxth itr..l
Work of every character positively truar
cnteed. Dr. I. 1. E. Ia Barra, D. 5. S.,
Suite 305 G(-rlinr Buildios. Cc. Ind
and Aider Street. . . - . .
- HHkory husinees In Tomcroy, Wash., foi
snie vheap ii' taken wt ont-e. Poing good
luisit.ess. Oiwi oven and everything com
plete. Price, t5uo cash. J. IS. Condon,
Caa be ordered br mail for
ths Trhclc Tic aa:-
tat and beat shoe trade today.
A r.eal CorrectiTe Shoe,
CR0UN9 .GRIPPER SUCE STORE,
tm Waek. 8 erect Parttasd, Cntea.
Kt 3L Ilakae Ave.. Taroau. Waahlagtaa :
-s - t f
Not.eVery storage battery that is
called "bone dry " ia really shipped
and stored inTxMie-dry condition.
Some have solution put in at the
factory, and poured out again before
: Some are shipped with plates dry,'
These batteries are not bone dry.
Come in and get straight from us
the story of Willard Threaded Rub
ber Im ulation, the only form of in
sulation that permits of bone-dry
shipment and storage of automobile
starting, lighting and . ignition bat
Degge & Burrell
' 238 North High Street.
THROUGH SERVICE WE GROW
There's One Thing That Hasn't
' Snld Mrs. McOuff to Mrs. Van Bright, ' " Ll'A -
As they chatted one day on the Drive, .
"I should not be surprised to be some clay advised .'
Of a tax for just being alive!
"The Landlord lifted my rent which was high '
As it was for the service they give
The butcher, baker, the tailor, dressmaker,
Have doubled their rates as 1 live,.
... Ill -"I
can't understand how you manage, my dear,
To still run an, automobile?
Vhy,-the cost of a tire must be frightfully higher.
And they're poorer by quite a good deal!"
IV " - ' :
Said Mrs. Van Bright, "Oh, I fully agree
That the sharks have us all by the ears,
And it's sad that we must calmly gtand for the lust ' "
And the greed of these bold profiteers.
"But you're wrong, I moist say, in one Instance, at least;
As to tires, I cannot agree;
Mine cost less than before, while their mileage is more
re tveuys, oi course
I AUTO SUPPLY AND VULCANIZING
219 N. Commercial ' Phone 66
The New Philadelphia
Diamond Grid I
1 1 TT C D
A 1 liM
For All Lighting Purposes
The Battery Shop
'.SiSSigEX 263 KOBTH COMMESCIAL STREET. ,:
as you see. '
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