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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 8, 1903)
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"Tennessee's Pardner at the
Opera House Wednesday
Woldoman's Dig Show, nn attract
ion well known to the theatre goors
of tho west, opens' a four night en
gagement nt tho Grand Opera House
commencing Wednesday, Dec. 9th.
They carry 25 people and band nnd
orchestra. Tho players are all new
to our theatre goors. Tho oponlng
bill Is "Tonnossoo's Pardner," drama-
tized from Bret Harto's story. The!
secret or tuo wonuornil success of
this play scorns to bo In tho natural
ness of tho characters, tho plctur
csquo environment tho witty dia
logue and cldvor story, ahd above all
tho marks of tho author, Drot Harto,
tho greatest historian of tho West.
Tho cast Is strong In every particular
and tho scenic effects nro amnio.
friavifanct China i
Lateihipments all arrived. Sufficient on hand
fill orders. 5
We are glad to inform you we have in the celebrated
Haviland China both drcorated and all white, in several
J patterns such as the
s Ransome Shape
The decorations are all
We guarantee to sell Haviland China at, Portland's
J lowest prices, this assertion is
E we can show vou the orice
Remember the goods are
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Don't forget you save all
I by buying here.
All we ask is for you to
statements are true.
Fine Roasted Coffees and Teas A Specialty
Phone 2411 Black.
The Entire Stock
Of Boots and Shoes and Rubbers
We have purchased of Jacob Vogt must
be sold at a sacrifice,
get the bargains.
Successor to Jacob Yost.
Only Kstimal nnk in Marion
county, Traniacto a general
J. II. Albert J,'"!?"1
E M Crolwn Vlce-Pres
Jos H.Albert Casbler
Voaturo that will please Is the High
"" vauuovlllo between acts, mak
lng a continuous performance, Tho
offering for Wednriarinv ntt i vm.
- rf C!fc A1V1IIK
weiueman In an oiftlrely new andj
oiarmng aicctrlc Dnnco. Hen Drown,
the Dnrltono Vocalist with a melange
of the latest successes. Picket &
Whipple, a team of clover dancers
from the Orpheum Circuit, Frank
Arthur, the Intorpotor of Cooulsm.
and Crla. Allen, In a few pertinent
remarks In regard to tho ladles and
the Panama question. Tho prices
for this engagement are IGo, 25c and
35c. Tho sale of scats opons nt the
box office on Wednesday. An ontlre
change of play and vaudeville Is made
Snug Harbor Appreciated.
This la Priori wontlint- l,..
happy home Linn Creek (Mo ) Rev
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought,
And Plain Edge J
dainty and exceedingly at-
mi ; -risuively because j
li: t i Aland's unrest
thoroughly and carefully ji
freight and cartage charges j ;
come in and see that these ii
Come early and?
265 Commercial Street
Dfpa'tment fffri fpcial In
daermpnti to Uo !' with to
rave money. EpMiaily "no
can fa only in mall auiount,
aleo to tliono who have money on
hand which la not earning In
terest. DtpoMta of one dol'ar or
more received at any time. J'ai
book laened to aeh depotitor.
Interet credited on January 1
and Jnly 1.
...---,- ,...... gp.
Spectacular Effects in the
Great Dock Fire Scene
One net In "A Little Outcast which
will be seon at tho Grand Opera
House nest Tuesday requires a sixty
(CO) foot car to hold this one set
alone. The stags Is cloarod of every
bit of scenery to make room for this
gigantic setting nnd when the cur
tain rises ono of the finest stage
pictures ever attempted I seen n
beautiful scene of New York Harbor.
BOB AND HIS MllNO
TMC DUMB OCTtCTIVf
Tho tall towerllkc edlflcva nnd the
great dome of tho World building,
which nro visible from the Uattery,
are brilliant with hundreds of lights
and stand out against the night sky
In n golden glory, Tho fire which
leapa out from the great building
along the dock taxed the skill of the
electricians to norfect It, and Uie re
sult of their work is so effective that
It Is difficult to bollovo that one. Is not
In tho presonco of tho real thing,
and as a spectaculnr feature It Is un
rivaled. Curtain rlsos at 8:16.
Popular Portland Theater.
Policeman In Portland, Oregon, are
much dissatisfied with tho new char
tor of that city, as It has prevented
thorn from ranking "side" rnonoy.
When George L. Uaker, manngor ot
tho Dakor Enterprise, produced "Tho
King of the Opium King," at tho Em.
plro Thoator, ho offored to plnco
sovon pollcomon on a salary during
the run of that play, tho ofllcors bo.
lng wanted to add realism In a Chlna
town raid. Tho opportunity wns
such that tho policemen, who wore
not on night duty, woro eager to ac
copt, as thoy would be making as
much for Ave mlnutos work at oach
performance as they rocolved from
tho city for a day's services. A ques
tion was raised as to tho rights of
officers In doing outside work, and as
a result the pollcomon imd to forego
tho opening to Increase their bank
account There Is a olauso In tho
charter which oxpllcltoly declares
that all rewards, gifts, and prosontH
givon to officers, othor than their
rogular salary from tho municipality,
shall be contributed to tho police re
lief fund. Under tho circumstances,
tboro was nothing for manager Dakor
to do but engage supers."
I take a pleasant herb drink, the next
morning I feel bright and my com
plexion la better. My doctor says It
acta gently on tie armache, liver and
kidneys, and Is a pleasant laxative. II
Is made o' herds and Is propared a
easily as tea. It Is called Lane's roed
Iclne. All druggists sell It at 25c and
50 cents, l-ane'a Fatuity Medicines
move the bowels each day. If you
cannot met it. awid for free samples
Address. Orator Woodward. I.eltor
Bride Won Throunh Cartoons.
While Senator Thomas C. Piatt, of
New York, was enjoying his recent
honeymoon he was approached by a
certain Pennsylvania politician of
note an old personal political friend,
who said: "See here, senator, you
won't mind If I My conflUenUally that
you're no raring beauty. Now, what
I'd like to kaow it how your wife v. a
ever attracted to such a plain pewui
as you are?"
"I'm glad you asked m-." reiurnrl
the senator, smiling broadly, "and I U
tell you In the strlctat connd-nc-of
course) Sbe Nret fell In love with
me through seeing the newapaii
picture whteb Uw cartoonlaU make
of me. Yon PamuqrlvMta fellows made
a mighty serious) Mistake when you
aboMsiuwl cwlsw yoVll nrvr aoy
of yon got wnrrloil" lladelphla
i i m i ii m
How dear to attr heart la the old
yellow pumpkin, wt ornkartte are
barren of stalling for plea; when,
peaches and anflef nave bn a dead
failure, and brrli of no Wart save
gred your ey. How fondly
turn to the ten acre corn eld that
many are thoughtless enough U dt
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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8,
Bpise tho beautiful pumpkin, the
nttnbeoverod pumpkin, the bljs yellow
pumpkin that makes the good pies.
Columbia City (hid.) Mall.
THEIR GOLDEN WEDDING.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Glover Celebrate
On the nth of November Philip
Glovar and Dellllah Qlovor celebrated
their 80th wedding nnnlvorsary, at
their home, three-quarters of a mlle-
norjh of Sublimity, Oregon.
Phillip Glover nnd Delllla Rdmun
son werj married near their present
homo by Rev. Tho. B. Small on No
vsmtior 17. 18G3. They hnvo contln
uously resided on tholr donation land
claim over since.
Mr.' and Mrs. Glover crossed the
plain in 1848. They have eight chil
dren living. Mm. Louisa Loomls. II
wnco, Wash.; Mr. Henry Glovor. for
merly of Idaho, but now en routo to
the old home; Mlsa Amelia Glover. 11
wnco. Wash.; John Glover. Sublimity
Or.; Arthur Glover. Snlem, Or.;
Frank Glover, Polk county; Ella Lam
bert, Stnyton. Or.; Geo. Glovur, Sa
lem, Or; besides qulto a number of
grandchildren. They nro both onjoy
lng reasonably good -health, which
their numerous frlonds In ovary sec
tion ot the stnto will ho pleased to
hear, and who will heartily congrat
ulate thorn upon tholr long and hap-
Millionaire's Poor Stomach.
The worn-out stomach o.f the over
fod mllllonslro Is often paraded In the
public prints as a horrtblo oxample ot
tho evils attendant on tho poeaonalon
o fgrcat wclth. Hut millionaires are
not tho only ones who aro afflicted
with bad stomachs. Tho proportion Is
far greator among tho tollers. Dys
penala and Indlgeetlonl aro rampant
among thceo people, and they suffer
far worse torture than tho millionaire
unloea they avail Uiomselvea of a
standard modlclno llko Green's August
Flowor, which has bcon a favorite
household remedy for all stomach
troubles for ovor 35 years, August
Flower rouses tho torpid liver, thus
creating appotlto nnd Insuring porfoct
dlgcotlon. It tones and vitalizes tho
cntlro system, and makos llfo worth
living, no mnttor what your station.
Trial bottle, 2Cc; regular site, 76c. At
all druggUts. At Dr. Stone's ciraa
Circled the Globe,
John S. Flowor, n Salem hoy who
loft this olty in April, 1900, for a, trip
abroad In tho hopo ot rostorlng his
shattered hoalth, roturnod last Sun
day, and will romnln In this city for
n time, staying with his fnthor, John
II. Flower. During his trip tho young
man vlsltod ninny countries, and prac
tically encircled the globo. Last
Christmas ho spoilt In South Africa
and during bin stay he vlsltod many
of the Importnnt plncos In that coun
try, ami from Capetown ho went to
Sidney nnd Melbourne, Australia,
spending go mo time In that colony,
before starting on his trip homo to
Salem. Tho young mnn, boforo he
loft Snlem, was nn employe ot tlie In
snno asylum. His health gave way,
and his physicians told him that ho
was going Into consumption, tho dis
ease to which his mother fell a vic
tim, and the lad, hoping to restoro his
health by a chnngo or climate, started
on a trip around the world, working
his way, and that way visiting many
Interesting oountrlos. Ho enjoyed the
trip very much, and returns with his
health completely restored. He will
remain In Salem for some tlrao, and
has already gone to work with hltf
father, for Idleness Is an unknown vice
Qrounds for His Dsllef.
Hlfklaa Why" So you consider the
breaking of a mirror an owen of bad
Mlfklns Ilwauac I broke oil'1 about
a year ago; that's why.
Iilfkliu What happened?
Mlfklns It cost me fz6 to replace
It - Chit ago New.
I WfflSmi3 I
Physician prescribe it I
for tholr most delicate 8
i A. 8CHRCIBER, Salsm. I
I FARMER'S HOME, 1
luunimii L-mixi . ii, ij-iimj!,'i!nmja.
THAT CLUSTERS AROUND
"Dcilroy tht esuie. you remove
trtdlcilu ths $ttm, promola th
growth of the hair. For uie by ll
dniXsht. Pries ?l.00. s
For ( by Daniel J. Fry. Bend 10
nt In stomp for samala te The
HtrpUMt Co.. Derlt, Miah.
Wc have a fine tract of timber
land near Cottage Grove
1000 acres will make
about 4 million feet to M
section. From too rods
to 1 1-2 miles of river
This is a snap.
Two acres, with good 5 room
house, larfi barn, plenty
of fruit, 1-2 acre of vet
ches, for rent at $5 00
per month. 1-2 mile East
If you havo property to sell Or rent,
or want to buy or sell, trado or ex
chango for othor property of any
kind, or If ?ou want a loan or Insur -
anco, soo R. IL Ryan ft Co, 10-26-tf
R.; B. Ryan
Over 50 Per Cent Reduction Onf
Continues For The Week
See Corner Window
M. WADE & CO. !
Phonr. Main 29S3.
103 Commitcial 31
Our Tht Journal.
John JI. Colkuan, Pkiuidknt, Bai.ku, Oiwiqn.
College of Liberal Arta, Law, Art, Medicine, IVTustc,
rKEPARATORY DEPABTMET-Otea to ttuittU ttsth Unt iibtb gtttt it
cartweBt-Iovicrirstftaln ireriralory dttirlmcBt Ocildce iffordfrr
professional inlnlnr, tfce UolvtuUv (tcM to the a Ucrctib (tactical
edsCstloi for all tvb arc ana re of tbi valae of tralatd train.
THE M0BMAL DEPABTET-Offra allsorctiiiiteprie lane Ucoiy ill
practice, ofteaeblar. MietaallthenOBlreat of eute icfaool lew.
tt teachtra are fa constant deacad, '
Catalogue Upon Application.
Harritt 5 Lawrence
Sell mere OrocerUa aai tetter Croeerles taaa AWYI0BY
There's where you get GOOD treatment and GOOD goods
Slop in and for youraeJf. Clb p. o. R0CRBV.
A small Athena boy wna cnllod In
to vlow his now born baby brother.
Ho looked It ovor with dissatisfact
ion and Anally asked: "Mamma
whoro did this thing como from?"
"An nngcl brought It In. Jlmmla"
"Huh, was you nwako whon hti come."
"Cortnlnly, Jlmralo," "Woll, then,
mamma All I'vo got to sny Is Ihnt
your dead easy. I'd like to boo any
old angel put off such n tonkin' thing
as that on me. 1 s'poso wo'ro stnok
unless I kin work Johnny and
trndo It tight uiiBOon fur ono uv hla
spotted pups." Milton Knglo.
$ Only $J.J5 per aaclc;;
The famous unexcelled I !
Peacock Brand of tlourt
I The finest flour ever sold. ; ;
I in the city. tTiy it once. ;;
We will sell to you again, j j '
D. A. White
301 Com'l S, Salem, Oregon. I
JO. MILLER. JO. DECK.
PETER IIOCII. $
German Market I
Just opened, next door to Har
rltt Lawrence', irooery store,
a clean, hew market, where all
kinds ot meat can be had. Low
price and prompt delivery our
motto. We mak a specialty ot
flue German aausace of all
kinds. Oiv us a call
YOU TOO BUSY?
You did not send me Unit order for printing
last month, You had Iwttonloltiiow. There
is no better time to (ret n fresh supply of sta
tionery than just before tho new year. If you
order t't soon It will be ready for you.
Elliott, the Job Printer.