Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, September 16, 1907, Page 9, Image 9

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    DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, ORKGOW MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1007
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STOCK'
COMPANY
I . . e,m Theater-Goers
S?E-
lOfiiyii
irir-E
T en a week's cngage-
"".:. i.o,.,Hfu comeay
f"t rTexas." Miss Vernn
CW From Texas.
e..T' mtho stollar
fn. .;.-.. .M has spoken
arc" M Volton's work,
W, 0 tbo other mom
Hm Lin where they
ilngfor the past year.
iHwP.8' i. to be nn
P: hr prices
.-1 : V win bo put
Sllit and the public can
rf0rd to ":-'
SS ilng n Astoria
. .. Afnrinn says:
,rt!.....i,..nn Astoria audi-
Zl re .atlsned than last
tees . n.,i (lmutin."
t tho Play oi ie" ,' ;.
..... r.nnn nnnenred In tun
U She was splendid ns the
i ,d humor with wonderful
.....i nsnnnnlvGnCSs: In
Lend act. In her apartments as
, he handled tho scones
lflcethat made her charming.
tthe climax sho was tho real
dGjn, a living truth and her
ftJMwlII never forgot her.
gr Hirlew Morton wos tho king
jieiindled tho part as ono ac-torttothootlquottonndroflno-t
el court life. As Lord Jeffreys,
.'AjKsheld the keynote of tho
itj made tho Judgo a storn of
tea eae wbllo Mr. Kennedy sup
rtj Um In tho part of tho ban
M lord, giving It a elenn and
Uoosift reading. Though tho
4i(iTtn to tho ladles being small,
MkfTO their readings with great
HMdDidobrlght tho picturesque
iftuJ. Mr. Blanchard, as the
7
id Opeta House
"El L COBDEAY, Mgr.
Ik Week Commencing
.AY, SEPT. i 6
Mien Stock Co.
WITH
YERNA FELTON
ported by a competent com
pel! i repertoire of good plnys
Monday Night
fflat Girl
I From Texas"
Oaje ot bill nightly. Prices.
Wc 50c.
;wcace opens Monday at 9 n. in.
WNGER-GRAND
JHEAJRE
fwdeville Show
i ALL ;PUN
AND
SENSATION
fetich Day-Two Per
formances Nightly
10c and 20c
old nctor, held tho boards during hla
"legltlmnto" acting and again
nrovod himself nn actor of tho old
school. Tho costumos wore In cotlroct
accord to tho time of Charles Stuart
nnd refreshingly bright. It lo a pro
duction, with a star, that would bo
a credit to any management and a
success to any theater.
Tonight's bill, "Tho Girl From
Albany" and for matlnco "Jim tho
Westerner." Sunday night, "Whoso
Baby Aro You7"
o
MARRIED.
VON VIESKO CLAY. At tho now
homo of tho bridal couplo In East
Portland, Snturday evening at R
o'clock, September 14, 1907, Miss
Norah von VIesko, of Salem, to
Mr. Arthur Dale Clay, of Port
land. Tho brldo Is tho youngest daugh
ter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Julius von Vtcs-
ko, o South Salem, nnd tho groom
U a prosperous young miller of tho
metropolis. Mrs. von VIesko attend
ed tho wedding and returned Sunday
evening.
o
DIED.
EDWARDS At tho Salem hospital,
Salem, Oregon, Saturday, Scptem
bor 14, 1907, Mrs. MInnIo Ed
wards, aged 25yeara.
Mrs. Erwards was tho wlfo of Roy
Edwards, and bosldos her husband,
Is survived by thrco llttlo ones, ono
n bnbo of four months. Sho also
loaves a sister, who resides In
Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Edwards
have boon making tholr homo with
Mr. Edwnrdu' pnrentB, near tho re
form school.
Tho funoral wan conducted from
tho parlors of tho A. M. Clough un
dertaking establishment yestorduy
nt 3 p..m Rev. P. C. Dutlor omclat
lng. Intormont was made In tho
City View cemotory.
o
CURE YOUR KIDNEYS.
Verdict for Dr. Pierce
AGAINST TUB
Ladies' Home Journal.
!! CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT
HHM4lmlllIlllIWimHilllllW
1
Sending; truth after n lie. It Is an old
tnaxlm that "a llo will travo) sovon
lenguos whlto truth Is getting Its boots
on," and no doubt hundreds of thousand!
of good pooplo road tho unwarranted and
malicious attack upon Dr. R. V. Plerco
and-his "Favorite Prescription "published
In tho May (1904) number of tho Ladles'
Home Journal, with its groat black dis
play headings, who novor saw tho hum
bio, grovel I nir retraction, with Its Incon
spicuous heading, published two months
later. It was boldly charged In tho sland
erous and libelous artlclo that Dr. Plcrce'i
Favorlto Prescription, for tho curs of
woman's weaknesses and ailments, con
tained alcohol and othor harmful ingredi
ents. Dr. Fierce promptly brought suit
against tho publishers of the Ladles'
Home Journal, for 1300,000,00 damagos.
Dr. Plerco alleged that Mr. Bok, the
editor, maliciously published tho article
containing such falso and dofamatorj
matter wRK the Intent of Injuring hit
bualncsrfurthcrmore, that no alcohol, di
othor rujurloun. or hablt-formlng, drugi
are. or war ivoro. contained In hla "Fa
vorlto tye;jiflptlon": that said medicine
Is mad (pom native medicinal roots and
containsno harmful Ingredients what
everand that Mr. Bok's malicious state,
raptwerc wholly and absolutely false.
Ifrtho retraction tirliued . bv snld Jjniriii'il
.'"' -1. in . ii i ii ii ,l .!
ln-v were mrccu toncKnawicfig" mamiey.
lllCftO IDL19 WJ10 UIJU pruvi'll III mu 11 ml Ul
the action In tho Bupremo Court. But th
business of Dr. l'icrco was erciulr injured b
lUB PUUIICBlIUn Ul IIIO I1UCIUU3 UIlluiu "'"
Its groat display headings, whllo hundreds of
thousands who road tho wickedly dofamatory
artlclo. never saw tho humblo irrovollnir ro
tractlon, sot In small into and tiiado as Incon
spicuous as possible. Tho tnattor was. now
evor brought beforo a Jury In the Suprcras
Court of New York Stato which promptly
rendered a verdict In tho Doctor's favor.
Thus liU traduccrs came to urtof andUiaU
bas alandttrs were rofutod.
ALFATiFA UURXB ITSELF UP.
istaitfiajjaj
h w m-
iiitimiifl
FOR BAXB
Tent nt UnrgaTu 14x10, with 4-foot
wall, of 4-ounce duck. C. Dlll
man, dealer In now and second
hand goods, Stato streot.
9-14-3t
At Private Snle. Ono good farm
team, $260; 38 extra flno wethor
goats, $2 por head; ono registered
Poland China boar, 2 years old,
$20. Philip Recs. Farmer phona
98. Routo 4, Salem, Or.
9-14-3t
$0.C0 Buys a good second-hand
wheel, in good repair. It Is a
snap. Call at Journal office.
9-13-3t
WANTED.
Wanted Situation as pruno dryer
or as steam onglncor. Bost of ref
erence Call at WUlamctto hotel.
E. W. Thompson. 9-13-3t
Wanted. Good laundress and wait
ress, at Hotel Salem. 9-13-3t
Highest Cash Price Paid for chick
ens at Willamette Hotel. 4-19-tt
yHmw H4
: "y Month in the Year ::
; !f ,l8 uent bills. Ono ' '
w place, carrvln ,
JJUJ . you, at th.ri.kot"
SbAth9 Chanca of vor- : :
Retaking of a receipt, l
cmreoIttopay::
Wk. avenlent busl
htiJw&,'Utopayni'ia
tthi fay,nout money '.
I u ? " "ectne ; ;
t4(,j:'ou complete reo-
W(wrpa,(,out- -
fcgAccoantWUh ','.
jpm jj
WBANK ii
Do Not Endanger Llfo When a Salem
CKI.en ShowH You tho Cure.
Why. will pooplo contlnuo to suf
fer agonies of kldnoy complaint,
blacknche, urinary disorders, lame
ness, headachos, lunguor, why nllbw
thomsolves to becomo chronic Inva
lids, when a certain euro Is offered
thorn?
Donn'a Kldnoy Pills Is tho remedy
to uso, bocnuso It gives to tho kid
neys tho help thoysncod to perforin
tholr work. '
If you havo any, ovon ono, of tho
symptoms of kldnoy diSw-nsos, euro
yoursolf now, beforo diabetes, dropsy
or Brlght'B dlsoaso sotH in. Rend
this Salem testimeny:
h. W. Hill, of 328 Front St., Sa
eom, Or., Hays: "Doan's Ildnoy
Pills aro not n now romedy to mo
ns I have used thorn on different oc
casions whonovor tho necessity hnft
arisen. I lmvo onjoyed tho host of
henlth all my llfo oxcopt for a touch
of kldnoy troublo at times. Unci;
ncho bothered mo then and when
this has been tho cobo. I havo gotton
Donn'B Kldnoy Pills nt Stono-s drug
etoro and a few doses havo eradi
cated tho troublo. I am a firm bo
llovor of this romedy and know of
covernl other people who havo used
It with good results. I nm only too
pleased to recommend Donn'a Kld
noy Pills whenever tho opportunity
occura."
For sale by all dealers. Prico CO
cents. Foster-Mlluurn Co., Buffalo,
Now York, solo agents for tho Uni
ted States.
Remember tho name Doaus and
take no othor.
Hiiiiiniiimiiiiiniiii''
Gass Seeds ;
Wo aro now supplied with a ;
comploto stock of Grass and
Field seeds.
I Cheat Seed
ki
Wo have secured a vory fine Z
lot of choice Cheat Seed, free
from smut and foul seeds.
Good cheat seed Is very scarce
this season, and it will pay you .
to order early.
I Vetch SeecL. J
We havo a small lot'of Vetch
on hand. Buy now, as the crop
Is very short this season.
J Clover Seed Wanted I
We are In the markot for
Choice Clover Seed at good
figures. Bring us a sample.
D. A. WHITE
&SONS
Sal Agaata
266 Commercial Street
Fko 199.
1 1 1 1 ii i a 1 1 1 M i ii MH 1 1 1
Heating Caused It to Finally Burflt
Into Slow Illnze,
A stack of alfalfa hay belonging
to E. T. Slnyton. a prominent ranch
er a few miles cast of this placo, has!
broken into flames and is being biow
ly consumed, sayB n Prlnovlllo dis
patch of of Soptwmbor 4. Tho Btack
contained nbout CO tons, nnd hnd
Just been complotcd. Tho weather
has boon vory hnd for curing hay of
this kind, and this stack was put up
very damp. Tho boating cnusod It
to Bottlo and steam for sovoral dayB,
and It finally burst Into a Blow blaz
that will probably last for many
weokB before tho rick Is finally con
aumod. Mr. Slnyton and his neigh
bors havo sovoral hundred tons of
hay that was stacked under Blmllnr
conditions, nnd a great anxiety Is
felt for tho safety of theso ricks.
Bluo Mountain Eaglo.
. , .
Chnniberlnlii'8 Cough Remedy Ono of
the Best on tho Market.
For many years Chamberlain's
Cough Romedy has constantly gained
in favor and popularity until It la
now ono of tho most staplo medicines
In uso nnd has an onormous Bnlo. Jt
U intonded especially for acute throat
and lung dlsonso, such as coughs,
colds and croup, and can nlwayn bo
depended upon. It Is pleasant and
snfo to tnko and Is undoubtedly tho
best In tho markot for the purposes
for which It is intended. Sold at Dr.
Stono's drug Btoro.
o
Serenade Mr. nnd MrH. Clnlr linker.
Tho Snlom Military hand visited
tho Bnkor rosldonco on Liberty
street Saturday evening nnd dis
coursed sweet miiBlc to honor Mr.
and Mrs. Clair Baker, who woro re
cently married in Portland and ar
rived in this city Saturday. Tho
serenade was a comploto surprlso to
Mr. and Mrs. Baker, who wore not
aware of tho prosence ot tho band
boys until tho harmonies of "Medi
tation" woro hoard beneath tnen
window. Mr. Baker who has been a
mnmhor of tho hand for Bovernl years
came to tho voranda and in eloquent
wordB with his charming brldo at his
side, made tho boya to feol at homo
and blushingly tried to explain hla
sudden disappearance from tho city.
Tho guests then repaired to tho
spacious parlors where ice cream
and cake was sorved. At a lato hour
tho musicians doparted oach wish
ing Mr. and Mrs. Baker all tho hap
piness pormlsBable to humanity.
For Sale A good team of work
and brood marcs. Will Bell na
team or single. W. H. Simpson,
near Prlnglo school house.
9-12-lwk
For Snle Throo atiros land, dwell
ing houso, Btoro building, Btock of
goneral morchnndlso. Bent loca
tion in tho valley for country
storo. Doing a splondld business.
Address Box 221, Salem P. O.
8-24-lm
For Saltj Two Blnglo top buggies,
in first-class condition. Ono rub
bor tired. Apply to C. W. Yannke,
Fashion stables. Telophono 44.
7-18-tf
For Sale Ono of the bODt dairy
farms in Marlon county, contain
ing 100 acros, one-half mllo cast
of Aumsvlllo dopot; must sell on
account of ngo. F. II. Llghtfoot,
Aumsvlllo, Or. 8-23-lm
FOR RENT
MUSICAL.
Miss Elnm Wellcr Will recolvo
pupils in piano, and tho "Dunning
System of Music Study for Be
ginners." Miss Wollor Is a grad
uate under Emll L. Wlnklor of
Lolpslc, Germany; also of Carrlo
L. Dunning ot Buffalo, Now York,
and a pupil of Robert Tolmlo of
San Francisco, tho two last named
being direct pupil of Loschotlzsky
tho great VIonna instructor. Stu
dio 45 Liberty street. Phono 1351.
0-16-2wks.
SASH AND DOOR FACTORIES.
Frank RL Brow,n. Manufacturer of
BttBh, doors, mouldings. All kind
of houso finish and hard "wood
work. Front fltrool, between Stat
and Court. Make all complaint"
at the office.
Special Eastern Excursion rate.
May 20, 21, June 6, 7, 8, July 8,
4, 5, August 8, 9, 10, Soptember 11,
12, 13. To Chicago and return,
$73.16. St. Loula and return, $89.15
St, Paul and return, Omaha, Council
Bluffs, Sioux City, St Joe, Kansas
City and return $.66.
WM. Ji'MURRAY,
6-21-tf Gen. Paa. Atft.
Frank E. Churchill RopreBontatlvo
of tho Western Conservatory ot
Music, of Chicago, in this city,
will resumo classes in piano, har
mony, theory, sight reading, etc.,
on and aftor Soptombor 23. Studio,
opera houso building, rooniB 8 and
9. Phono 1100. PupllB may re
colvo lessons elthor In tholr homos
or at tho Btudlo. 9-14-lmo
T
For Rent. Ton aero farm, about
thrco miles from Salem, good 8
room house, ono aero of atrawhor
rles. Would mako a flno poultry
ranch; $G.G0 a month ront. Ad
dress Mrs. E. V. Whlto, Salem,
Or., routo No. 7. 9-14-lwk
For Rent Furnished rooms for
houac-kceplng or board for a
Blnglo lndy or couplo. Apply to
Mrs. Markowltsch, 730 North
Front streot. 8-16-tf.
For Rent Sovon-room houBO, hot
and cold water, electric light, bath
Tnnin nt Ancf. flohrnlb
ruuiu. imiuuv v. -
.. rft K?.l. TTIrl olrnnt
3-25-tf
Miss Winifred ByrO -Will glvo piano
forto Instruction in Snlom thlB
coming Benson. MIbs Byrd Is a
grnduato of tho Now England Cot-
Borvatory ot Music, and for tuo
past two years has taught In that
institution nnd privately in Bos
ton. For information addrosa P.
O. box 85 or phono 6. Rosldonco
cornor of Court and Church.
9-2-wkB
rtirrr,T)iNO A house "
We can supply you -with tho luw
bor you need at the price that will
matorlally economise In the ooii.
JuBt como and see us and look ovef
our yards.
GOODALB LUMBER CO., f.
Yard Nck ;DepolL
j Gold Dost Floor I
MISCELLANEOUS.
Water Wells Dug or cloanou, niso
brick laying work dono. Address
A. F. Holt, SnlQin, North Fourth
streot. 0-14-31
Collego of Mitslo WllIamotto Uni
versity. Established 18G7.' Em
poworod by tho stato ot Oregon to
confor certificates, diplomas and
dogroou. Winter and Forry
Btrcot8, Salem, Oregon. Evory
toachor an artist ot recognlzod
nullity. A cornploto courBO In all
branches ot musical art. Scholaa
tic year boglna Soptombor 24,
1907. Pupils aro roauostod to
register nt their onrlloat opportu
nity in order to sccuro convenient
lesson hours. Thoso Intonding to
tnko tho rogular course aro urgod
to dommonco on tho oponlng day.
Dr. R. A. Horitago, dean, director
vocal dopartmont. Arthur von
Josson, director plnno dopartmont.
Lo Roy Gosnor, dlroctor orches
tral dopartmont. 9-2-lra
Rm-liier Beds nnd Good Roem:
Plonty of thom at tho Wilson
Houso, 140 Contor Btroot; reoorvo
your room for Fair week. 9-9-2k
Vogct Lumber nnd Fuel Co. Lum
ber .shingles, building material,
wood and coal. Low prlcca nnd
prompt dollvorlos. Ono block oast
of S, P. passongic dopot. Phono
198. . 7-2-tf
Concreto Work. Got my prices on
BldowalkB, curbs, septic tanks and
cement work ot any kind. All
work guaranteed first-class. M.
Ward, Highland add. Phono 5G9.
8-11-tf
Sick Headache.
This disease Is caused by a de
rangement of the stomach. Take a
dose of Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets to correct thlB disorder
and the sick headache will disappear.
For sale at Dr. Stono's drug store.
MSHSMMBBMMBfcMHHI
Uutto & Wenderoth Fine wines,
liquors and cigars. Wo handle
tho celobrated Kollog -gand Castle
whiskies. Cool and refreshing beer
constantly on draught. South
Commercial Btreot. 9-3-lyr
Enlarged
Our meat market on East Biaio
. imo tmnn dmihled in slzo and
wo aro better proparod than ever to
serve cuBtoraora. Prompt servico ana
, itnof nf rndfttn our motto. Call
or phone 199. B. E. Edwards, Prop.
Wo Aro Cash Purchasers Of poul'
try, eggs, and all kinds ot farm
produce. Borry cratos made up
In unllmltod quantities. Capital
Commission Co., 267 South Com
mercial street, Salem. Phono Main
179.
Made by THE SYDNEY POW
ER COMPANY, Sidney, Oregoa,
Made for family nae. Ask your I
grocer for it. Bran and aaorts
always on hand.
P. B. Wallace
AGENT
ijasfiiaiii wiiBit
I
O C T. Co.
-STEAMERS
Miss Eva F. Cox- Will bo ready tto
rocolvo pupllB. in uiubIc nftor Sop
tombor 2d nt hor Btudlo, 1242 Con
tor street, botween Commercial
nnd Front. Phono Main 847.
9-3-lm
PROFESSIONAL.
ssr
G. V. Elllfi, M. D. Physician and
surgeon. Telophono 307 Main.
Ofllcos, 540 Stato streot, opposlto
court houso, Salem, Or. Resldonco
Phono 313 Main. 8-13- lmo
DRAYMJ3N.
Cummins Bros.' Transfer Ccnipany
All kinda of transfer work done.
Furniture and pianos boxod ready
for shipment. Prompt Borvlce is
our motto. Stand and office at
253 South Commercial Btreet.
Phone 210. Residence Phono 968.
CLOVER SEED
WANTED
Wo pay cash for' Red Clover and
Alslko. Sond u sample and state
quantity you bare to offer.
John Hughes Co.
466 to 474 State Street,
Salem, Oregon.
LOST.
Lost Between fair grounds and
Salem', small, red account book,
with namo of L. B. LlndBey.
Please leave at Journal office or
fair grounds store nnd recorvo re
ward. L. B. LindBey. 9-14-3t
PLUMBERS.
LODGES.
Foresters of Amorlca Court Sher
wood Forestors, No. 19. Meeti
Tuesday in Hurst hall, Stato street
Leo Abblo, C. R.; A. L. Brown,
F. S.
POMONA AND OREGONA LBAVB
FOR PORTLAND DAILY, EXCEPT
SUNDAY AT O A. M.
P. M BALDWIN, Agt,
Salem Fence Works
Headquarters for Woven wire
Fencing,
Netting, Pickets, Gates, Shingles, P.
& B.noady Roofing, Screen Doors
and AdjUBtlblo Window Screens
All at lowet prices.
Walter Morley
250 Court St Salem, Ore
SALEM WATER COMPANY
OFFICE CITY HALL.
For water Bervlce apply at office.
Bills payable monthly In advance.
Hotel St. Philip
Fourth and Fifth and BarHflkle
Streets, Portland, Oregon.
Now flroproof European Hotel.
Steam heat Modora convenience.
Rates 1.00 per day and up. Union
depot car will land you at the door.
H. M. PIERCE, Prop.
Central Lodge No. 18, K. of P.
Castle Hall in Holman block, cor
ner State and Liberty atroeta.
Tuesday of each wook at 7:30 p.
m. Oscar Johnson, C. C; E. H,
Anderson, K. of R. and S.
Modern Woodmen of America Ore
gon Cedar Camp No. 6246. Meets
every Thursday evoning at 8
o'clock in Holman hall. W. W.
Hill, V. C; F, A. Turner, clerk.
jTheo. M. Barr Plumbing, hot water
and steam heating and tinning.
164 Commercial street. Phone
Main 192. 9-1-ljrr
M. J. Peteel Plumbing, steam and
gas fitting, 8ueeor to Knox ft
Murphy, 2l?TCommerelal street,
'Prone Main 17.
Woodmen of World Meet evory Fri
day night at 7:30, in Holman hall,
L. E. Pennoll, O. C,; P. L. Fra
lr, Clerk.
Lincoln Annuity Uniou. Sick, acci
dent and pension Insurance; 2,
000,000 pledged; every claim paid
Good agents wanted. J. H. O.
Moagomery, supreme organizer,
invia4 bsUm. Orezon. R. K-
BUTTERNUT BREAD
It is worth more than any otaev
bread, yet the price is no higher.'
For sale at your grocer's.
CALIFORNIA OAKERY.
Thomas & Cooler. Props.
Fancy Card Writing
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Spoclal prices for ono month.
Ono dozen, 25 conts,
Two dozen, 40 cents,
Thrco dozon, 50 conts.
100 cards, different designs, f 1.26.
Soo samples and lcavo orders at
Pomoroy Jowolry . store, on SUtJ
Btreot.
AVOID.. BUB8TITUTKS
Ryan, secretary, 646 State street. WHAT YOU ASK FOR. .
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