Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, March 31, 1908, Page 9, Image 9

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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON. TUESDAY, MARCH 31, 1008
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Be Sure
J)o not trust too much to your own judg
ment in medical matters. Consult your
doctor frequently. He knows best
Aprs Cherry Pectoral
REVISED FORMULA
Hird colds, hard coughs, severe bronchitis, weak
throats, weak lungs. Wc wish you would ask your
doctor if he knows of anything better for these
troubles than Aycr's Cherry Pectoral. We believe it
jj the best medicine you could possibly take. But ask
your doctor, and thus be sure to make no mistake.
Free from Jxlcohol
"7 C. AYER CO., Manufacturing Chcmiiu, Lowell, Mats.
USEMENTS.
Grand Opera House.
Mneriay, April 1. Mannor-
fts Glorious Dotsy."
fcjtirday, April 4 Horso show nt
tea
Auditorium Holler Rink.
Kortlng, afternoon and ovonlng
loii.
Tlio VniuU'tto.
IfortDg pictures and lllustratod
a. ery afternoon nnd ovonliig
jjt Sunday and Monday nftcr-
Tlio Xlckelodlon.
knits pictures and Illustrated
iiflcrnoong and evenings.
OPERA HOUSE
J0 P. CORDUAY, MGU.
TOESDAY, APRIL 1
iSmon' Theatrical Kvrnt.
iS.S Leo Shubert, (Inc.)
ito'b American Amusomont Co.,
tfttom By 8nclnl nrranirc-
:!(h Mr Jas, IC Hnckott.
-offer
MARY
IANNERING
In-
LORIOUS BETSY
'Romantic Bonaparte Story.
x ' 113 lt, bricht lines, su-
'nnpanv superb production.
13 flit tl r.n i nn nr.
M wla at the box office
v 9 a ra
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bdtfK IV (JlniMAI'C Dl.vrev
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1 I'lC Gnillll Onm-i 1fn...n
!. Wfdiifv.duy RwnJng,
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.rr oK me charming
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' ' tow play is none
J rtlda .inhnn v
lte Bm """ uu"b'
-"m ui iiarvaray
,3h-'B- who l8 .
'4e ma i .
v. v " Uws uer ca-
b0Ut 13 yWrs 0,d. It
tttt. t PuH-r things we
,,'-- P'ayed the decisive
, " f'ii.r career Some
r f5?d to see the young
- T an exhibition in
In m xpr' s,ivenee of tho
M
hen but 15
D BLOOD
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Beit f.
"Bowels
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years old, was living qulotly with
her irlonds, and hor picturo wnB on
viow only bocauao an artlBt had ad
mired hor beauty and obtained por
mls8ion to transfer it to canvnd
TIiobo friondB, ono of whom was
Kyrle Do'low, induced hor to go up
n tne ftngo. Turing hor first sea
son Bho played moro than fifty small
purta unilor the name of Floro i c
Friend. For tho next throo yoars
sho contlntioA to' nut in tho British
provlnco? ncialrlng n fairly wldo
expcrlcnco, but nor attaining thn
reclnmo of an nppenranco in tho
West End, or finding a London man
ugcr who enrod to socure her sor.
vices.
Tho noxt ntyj) In hor enroer was
n ulllclontly surprising one, .though
tho account of it that has passed
Into current theatrical history Is not
qulro correct. Tho nccoptod vorsion
Is thnt Daniel Frohman during one
of hlfl summer holidays waa making
a solitary blcyclo tour ovor tho de
lightful highways of England. Stop
ping ovor night in a provincial town
ho spent tho ovenlr nt tho local
thontro, as ho often did when ho
found ono opon. On this occasion,
tho romantic legend continues lie
mndo a much raror find a leading
woman of hiicIi bonuty nnd talont
thnt ho promptly made up his mind
to ongago her for hU Now York
plnyhouso. It seems thnt In tho
Bummer of 1S0C ho bought tho
Amorlcan rights of Sldnoy Grmndy's
fnrce, "Tho Lnto Mr. Costollo," nnd
it was thou being, produced at a
thontro in Islington, a northern su
burb of London. Ho not unnatural
ly thought It worth while to see &
porformnnco of tho pioce Thb com
pany was a provincial ono, and the
londlng Juvenllo role was playod by
Florence Frlond. Mr Frohman,
eharmod with hor attractive girlish
personality nnd hor simplicity ami
slncorlty, Bont for hor and ongaged
hor for his stock company, of which
ho made her 4ho leading woman, but
changed her name from Florence
Friend to Mary Mnnnorlng, as be
ing moro ntraotlve and euphonious.
In tho samo company at Islington
tho sooond rolo was played by a
MIsa Constance Collier, who Is now
ono of tho loading women of the
London stago.
Without any flourish of trumpots,
then, on the 24th of November,
1896, Miss Mannering made her de
but in America. Miss Mannering'
londlng man In that very first piny
was .TamB K. Hackett. Between
those two it was practically a case of
love at first sight, and they were
marled bofore the first soason had
run Its courso, although tho fact of
the union was kept seoret for sev
oral months. She remained at the
old Lycoum theatre until the end
of Its existence. During that period
the two Impersonations that stand
out as hor bart wore "Fay." the
Italian girl in The Prlnceee and tho
Butterfly." and "Roe Trolawney,"
the delightful actrasa who gav
"Trolawnoy of the Wells" its title.
Acting one winter with the troupe
after Its removal .to Daly's. Mbjn
Mannering then signed to star In
dramatization of the yers "beat
seller," "Janice Marodltb." The etory
has never appealed to her. and she
liked the play still lets, but it was
fortunate, perhaps, that she did not
take tho advice of a New York critic
who suggetted that Jocelyn Leigh
In "To Have and to Hold" would
suit her "down to the ground." For
"Janice Moredlth" proved a strong
popular success, while "To Have
and To Hold," put forward later
with Isabel Irving and Robert Lo-
ralae in the thief parts, turned out
to be utterly unsulted- to the stage.
and wbb summarily bupdlcd Into
the storage warehouse. Tho fact
that it attracted a long succession
of crowded audiences h n striking
testimony to the personal chnrm of
the actress who boio the tltlo rolo.
Then camo "The Stubborness of
Gornldlno" and "Harriot's Honey
moon." '
Lnst season sho appeared with her
husband, Jame9 K. Hackett, as co
star In "Tho Walls of Jorlcho," the
play written by Alfred Sutro, which
was ono of tho leading successes In
New York last season.
When Mr. Hackett decided to be
come a manager, and to net only rit
convenient intervals, MIbb Mnnnor
lng, therefore, returns to tho lono
star state In "Glorious Betsy."
MIsa Mannering has a tall, wil
lowy figure, a distinguished bearing
the head of Faod's "Evangeline,"
a fnco of great sensibility, nnd tho
raro strnngo charm of grey eye3 and
dark hair; and all her motions arc
elastic and graceful; best of all, she
has a volco which undor tho stress
of natural omotlon, In a situation of
real pathos and not of trumpery ex
citement and artificial flurry, would
go straight to the heart,
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Tho Kindergarten.
From all parts of tho United
Stntcs teachers and other authorities
on educational matters aro begin
ning to nrrlvo at Now Orleans to nt
t3iid tho 15th annual sosslon of the
International Kindergarten union.
The sostilou will last four days.
The visitors today aro being glvon
a welcome by tho local toachors and
local commercial organizations. Mitts
Fannie Belle Curtis, prosldent of
the union, will not bo a cnndldato for
re-election on ncconint of Illnoss. It
Is not thought that many other
changes will bo mndo among tho
o Ulcers.
COFFEE
You can buy semething:
called "coffee" at 10c lb
with 3000 miles of R R
freight from the-roaster;
don't.
Your Kfocf r return your moner If you don't
111 Sctiillinii't lint; wo pay him.
No car shortage now. Twenty
englnoors are roportod laid off nt
Duusmulr, Cnl.
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MUM thW.1 6t Hl tT
New Spring Clothes for Men
Here are the new "Harvard1' models, with
genuine style in every inch; observe the
nalty, clean-cut hang of the trousers; note
the full-chested effect, the long sweeping
lapels and graceful coat-lines! These,
are the two favorite Spring models. As
usual wc are first to show them, f
The popular Spring Bhndea nre, Gray,
Green-mixed, Ollvo, Elophnnt Brown
nnd Tan. Hero they aro all In pro
fusion. A selection ol! tho finest clotha
nnd danlgns frnm tho famous ScuIobh
mastor-tallora. Como and bco .them.
$18, $20, $22,
Como nnd pick out your
sorvo them.
$25, $28, $30.
selections wo will ro-
G. W. JOHNSON & CO.
1 41 Commercial St.
' STATEMENT NO I
I further stato to tho pcoplo of Oregon, us woll as to tho pooplo of
my logislatlvo district, that during my torm of olllco I will always voto
for that candldnto for United States tienntor In congrcsa who has re
eelved tho highest number of tho pcoplo'a votuti for that position nt tho
gonoral election next precodtng tho olectlon of u senator in congross,
without regard to my Individual proforenco." From tho Direct
Primary Law.
TIu'ho Aro tho Hopubllcim Cumlldnton Who Tnko tlu Above Htntcmt'iit.
HATi 1). PATTOX, Snlom,
WALTER O WINBIiOW, Snlcm.
HENRY J. MILLER, Aurora.
O. L. IIATTE1JERO, Silvertoii.
A. O. LiniJEY, JcfferHOii.
, No Uno. to Die.
"I hnvo found out that thoro Is
no uao to die of lung trcniblo as lon
as you can got Dr. King's Now Dls
covory," snys Mrs. J. P. Whito, of
Ruahboror, Pa. "I would not be
nllve today only for that wonderful
modlclno. It loosens up n cough
qulckor than nnythlng olse, and
ouroa lung dlBaagQ Q,ven nftoc Jthn
case Is pronounced honeloss." This
most rollnble romadyfon coughs and
coldd, lagrlppo, aathmn, bronchitis
and hoaraenofie, Is sold undor guar
antee at J. C. Perry's drug store; 50c
nnd 51.00. Trial bottlo free.
Ovor sovon hundrod copies of tho
Portlnnl Journal woro brought to.
Salem Sunday and thoy woro still J Tf TM A 1?
IVMIIMIUIIII kllUIII 1
TORRID ZONE
Ii!
Kodol Is today the best known
remedy for all disorders of tho stout
nob, uitch as dyspopsla, hoart burn,
Hour stomach nnd belching of gas.
Sold by all druggists.
Tho Bofso Capital bank will pay
it depositors on tho Installment
plan nnd opottod its doors last week.
Spasms
St. Vitus' Dance
Manjr persons who suf
fered untold agonies from
epilopsy, fils, spasms, and
St. Vitus' Dance are to
day well. The strength
ening influence of Dr.
Miles' Nervine upon the
shattered nerves having
restored them to perfect
health.
I endured agony that word oan
npt ftxpratti from St. Vitus' dance,
which followed a very ttire upon of
rh&urrwtUnt I doctoral with a phy
BleJuti, but the mat I took oX ltt tnd
lelne tUe won I utit. My motlier'a de
votion mivm! m. Altar she Iwd btcomo
olmot hwrt-broken , as well an phys
ianlir xhaustl from constant care,
by the atlvlce of a neighbor she procur
ed a bottle of Dr. hUloa' Nenine From
the flrat doee to the last a continual
chance for the better was netlaable.
and when I had taken eleven bottles
I was weJL and In rebuilt health."
El'WARD P. JtBAM.
North Manchester. Indiana.
Our little boy Harry, had spasms
for three ears. and although we doc
tored with many physicians, he con
tinued to grow worm) untU he had ten
spasms in one week. About that time
our attention was called to Dr. lilies'
Nervine. We began giving it to hint.
Ills Improtement seemed slow, but
when he had finished the fourth bot
tle the spasms had disappeared, and
have not been seen now for rears. Ws
shall always recommend Dr. Miles'
Nervine."
MBS. BBtXJH M. TIKDAIi.
Hastings, Nth.
Dr. Miles' Nervine Is seld by your
drunalst. who will guarantee that the
first Settle will benefit. If It falls, he
will refund your money.
Miles Medical Co., Elirt, ImS
Chumtrvrlnln'H Cough Remedy
Roth Agreeable itntl Effective.
Chamberlain's Cough Romody hat
no suporlor for coughs, colds and
croup, nnd tho fact that it Is plons
ant to tuko and contains nothing In
any way Injurious has mudo It a
fuvorlto with mothers. Mr, W. S.
Pelhnm, a merchant of Klrksvllle,
Iown, Bays: "For moro than 20' yean
Chamborlnlu's Cojigli Romedy has
been my loading romody for nil
throat troubles. It Is espoclally suc
cessful In cases of croup. Children
like It and my customers who hnvo
usod It will not take any other."
For salo at Dr. Stono's drug store.
o
CASTOR I A
Tor Infanta and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Signature of C&aSrfFV&tcAtti
Warrants NofTuxublo.
Attorney General Crawford yes
torday passod down a decision that
coun'y warrants are assessable. Tilts'
is the second time tho matter hits
come bofore the Attorney General's
office and Crawford -endorod his
opinion yesterday as final in answor
to a query from a county atsoasor,
and It may now bo brought beforo
the courts as there seems to be some
dlaRtdon of opinion.
i
IP you KNOW.
The nierlta oi the ToxaB Wonder, you
would never suffer from kidney,
bladder or rheumatic trouble.
bottle, two months' treatment, sold
by S C Ston) drug store, or by mall.
Testimonials with each bottle.
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Tho uliovc in, leiiresents
brick lined Toirld Zone Iurc...
Guaranteed guy, smoke and dust
proof. Economical and durable.
A. L. FRASER
238 8TATIS STREET.
Estimates furnished on beating
Strong and Health) Poultry
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS
nHIUSibSTER'S PILLS
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HOLLIBTtflS
Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets
A Buy MHeln fbt Buy Pwplt
BrU;t OoUeo Heslth ss4 Riwed Vlfer
A -flu f rC iiutirxu ii m lalfe-rtfr I ie
ami K. oey Tr rile I "ii"S nw rpr
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'.OLDEN NJCG2T8 FOB SALWW PWLF
If you feed Coition's Improved Mash
ElfK I'ood
Your hens will bo cackling over
froah laid oggg, three tiroes as many
u.d thoy would lay without this food.
You will help younalvott aud help us
If you do your buying in our line from
m.
I Good literature on poultry raising
' free.
TILLSON&CO.
151 HIGH ST
Phone 13f
niiiimiiiiiiiiiiiimii
The
I White House Restaurant
For R RognlAf
J 25c Dinner at 20c J
Thoy caa't bo beat W
McGtlchrist & Son
Proprietors.
.s
titri mm tt it q-i-H'M ';
899 OOUIIT 9TKEMT.
Call and try tiwsm. Mwht
16o. Board per week fl.71
.lio furalshad mM TerA
reasonable.
AT SBM
Salem
Restaurant I
MEALS 15c
ninniinttmi
oiiiiimiiiiiimmiii
J ELITE HOTEL
Rcbtnurant and hotel, on
X European plan. Meals at all
T hours on short ordor. Regular ', ,
J dinner 25 conti, Thirty now- ;
. ly onianod lurniBbod rooms.
X E. ECKERLEN, Prop.
I 148 Commorclal St. J
I M P !!! ' t M 1 1 M UUXifttf!
I HOTEL OREGON I
- ' ' - i
Cor Seventh nnd Stnrlc Sts. i
Portland's New and Modern !
Hotel. Rates $ I per day and j
; up. European plan. Ireo Bus. !
WRIGHT-DICKINSON HOTEL CO. !
! Proprietors
tHMlltllIHIIHHI
I I H 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 I 1 1 I I I 1 1 1 I ) I
: : The
: : Horseshoe Restaurant : :
!! 333 Stato Strcot. )
1 1 lias opened undor tho formor ! ',
'. ', old management. ! )
j ; Best 20c Meal in City
: : McKENNCTII HOWARD. Prop. : :
inHHiim iiimiiiiiiii'
'-X?-' -SHKKKjsJJT HYMM
SPRING
SHOES
Shoos for summor wear. Just re
ceived. A big shipment of the latest
stylos and ahnpos; men's, boys', la
dies and children's. Tennis shoes
and light shoos. Hnsy and comfort
able housi slippers.
Jacob Vogt
II 15 Stwto Street. Knlein, Oregon
SALEM WATER COMPANY
OFFIOB CITY MALL.
For va4er aerrtw apply at oa.
ill pyabl MoaUIy U a4viuM.
TUB IIEHT ROAST THK
FAMILY EVER HAD
Can be obtained from our prim
tender aud Juicy beef, mutton or
pork. All our meats aro select
from the choicest, and prepared for
the table to suit the demands of the
fastidious. Our prices are lower for
quality than you can Ind at enr
place la Salest,
8. O. OROSs),
FttfNM 11. f 70 ftUU,
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