Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, December 15, 1913, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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    DAILY CAPITAL JOTONAL, 8AIXM, OEEQON, MONDAY, DECBMBEB 15, 1913.
EATING RELIEVES
STOMACH TROUBLE
TAG'S rOUB.
A Prominent Physician's Advice.
"Eat good foods and plenty of them.
Dieting in many cases, is almost crim
inal. Get back to normal. To do so you
roust have the proper quantity of nour
ishment. You need it for brain or phy
sical work. Probably thore is nothing
the matter with your stomach except
acidity. That is meroly an abnormnl
secretion of acid in the stomach. Neu
tralize that acid and your stomach trou
ble will end at once. Noglect may mean
ulcers if not cancer of the stomach. JDo
not take patented medicines or pepsin
tablets for dyspepsia. Simply take a
neutralize of acid. Decidedly the best
noutralizer is ordinary druggist's buur
ated mjignosio. Tou can got it at any
drug store for a few cents. Toko a
teaspoonful in a quarter glass of water
after each meal. The relief will bj im
mediate."
SPORTS
Saturday night the Salom Yellow
Jackets defeated the HcLoughlin Club
quintet of Portland 26 to 17 at the Y.
M. C. A. hero. The first half endod 0
to 5 in favor of the Yellow Jackets, but
four minutes before time was called to
end the gamo, the visitors were leading
14 to 13. Because iutorcollogiato rute
were played the Portland toain was
handicapped. JInggins, J. Bthott and
Tallmnn played a sensational game for
Salom. Toomoy, Sharps and Liobe were
the visiting stars. Following is the
lineup:
Mt'Loughlln (17), Doynton, Vaughn,
P.; Sharpe, F.; Kivers, C.j Captain Too
mey, 0.; Liebc, 0.
Balem (2(1), Brink, F.j Hugglns, F.i
H. Bchott, G; J. Schott, (l.j Tallman, 0.
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Old Days in Motion Pictures
Compared With New
Ye Liberty First to Start Out Along
New Lines Exclusive Eight dives
Distinction to Playhouse.
Times in the motion picture field
have changed! In the old days an ox
hibilor ordered his pictunw from a cer
tain film suply bouse, and took what
was neut him, cither graciously or with
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MART PICKFOED.
The Idol of the Motion Picture World, Who Comes to Ye Liberty Next Wed
nesday and Thursday in the Famous Play in Four Acts, "Caprice."
The Famous Players Film company
presents the jiopular play, "Caprice,"
with no less a star in tho leading role
thnn Mary Pick ford, at Ye Liberty next
Wednesday and Thursday. This popu
lar player and notwl play should prove
a happy combination. "Caprice" is a
pleasant play proving that lovo levels
all, and Miss l'ickforil is as ideal in tho
part of Mercy as the pkty is suited to
hoinolf,
Tho motion picture production
abounds with many landHcapes and
country scenes, and flashes from those
to elaborate mansions, imposing draw
ing rooms from the freedom of God's
country to tho yellow glaro of city
lights. In a word, it may be summed up
as au echo of tho hills mingled with the
voico of the city.
The categorical review of all tho mer
itorious details that enter into and com
prise tho production are not necessary
when it is remembered that the pro
ducers, tho Famous flayers Fi)m Co,,
uro establishing new standards in pic
ture making and elevating the film to
a higher piano than has heretofore been
contemplated.
ty is tho first to start out along these one who attends a motion picture tho
uew lines, and will enow in tho future atro in Buleiu from this time on.
only tho best picture from the world's
MILLIONS FOB GOLF.
I'.NITKU l'llESS LDAHED WIBS.J
London, England, Dee. 13. England's
annual golf bill, according to figures
announced today, is conservatively es
timated at $25,875,000. Tho quarter of
a milliou men who play tho gnmo at
lenHt onco a week spend fl,250.000 for
In this way the. 'people of Salem will club subscription, $0,250,000 for golf
bo assured of ono ' pluy-houso where they balls, $12,500,000 for caddies, $025,000
can soo at any and all times pictures for clubs and $250,000 for green fees.
that are making history in tho lnrgcst j
cities of thet world. Tho annoiinco
greatest producers. Ye Liberty will pick
and choeso tho best. It will not bo con-
tont to receive a common place licensed
pitrvii'o, but will exhibit tho best pic
tures of all tho companies, licensed and
Independent.
Pictures Make History.
ineiit that tho exclusive right to tho
rancour In his heart, as tho pictures productions of the Famous Players coin
were goad or bad. Today such has ' pony in Biilcm hns boen secured by Ye
been tho advance in tho art of produc
ing tho plcturod drama the moving
picture man who would keep abreast of
the times hns no such easy task beforo
him.
Owing to the great number of pro-
Liberty marks a new epoch. Those pro
ductions aro tho highpst priced ever
shown In Snlem, yet tho admission pric
es will be tlio came as in Portland, 20
cents. Mary 1'ickford in "Ouprico"
is tho first, attraction, coming next
ducorw, whoso offerings equal, and In Wednesday ami Thursday, Bud on the
many enses mirposs the so-culled "11- succeeding Wednesday and Thursday
censed films" tho cjinny exhibitor must .lames O'Neill will bo at Yo Liberty In
BAGS TWO PLAYERS.
(Ink laud, Cal., Dec, 15, In a wlro re
ceived today by the Oakland Coast
league club headquarters from manager
Arthur Devlin, tho latter said: "ilavo
pui-chawM Outfielder Thomas Quiulnn
and Catcher Chester Roberts from St.
Louis National lengno club. May get
second biiHeninn later."
Delvin has been attending tho baso
ball conference in New York.
select and chooso the best from this
great field of makers and show his pa
trons the Intent "features," us they are
called.
Among Salem's playhouses, Yo Liber-
A good grade of excelsior is being
made from fire-killed Alpine fir ami
tho world famous drama, "The Count ICngelninun spruce In Colorado.
of Monte Crislo," produced in five .i
reels, ,
The apt caption, " Yo Liberty Leads"
will be foremost in tho minds of ovory
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AND CHILDREN. fV-Jj
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S t':''0V W nriV Wmwwrwnrtl - Yokohama Crockery &
:.'t' : i 'L..... UUl J t 7", f A 174 N' Commercial St.
THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY
Good news to the economical buyers of Salem our spec
ials are selected from the newest arrivals, thus assuring
you thaat there's no stale merchandise thrown out for
clean-up. Come here Tuesday and Wednesday expecting much you
will not be disappointed.
Four Room Outfit
$99.75 and up
E.Z. TERMS
Kitchen Dining Room
10 yards Linoleum
1 Stove
1 Table
2 Chairs, golden finish
1 6foot Extension table,
golden finish
6 Chairs to match
1 9x12 Rug
Bed Room Living Room
1 full-size Iron Bed
1 full-size Spring
1 full-size Matress
. 1 Bureau, 5 drawers,
golden finish
1 Chair to match
1 Rocker to match
19x12 Rug
1 Sanitary Couch and Pad
1 Good Library Table
1 Wood Seat Rocker
1 Cane Seat Rocker
You do not have to limit your
selves to our selection for four
rooms. We have many other
styles and prices.
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4 STORES
Portland
and
Salem
in
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home FURNISHERS
VCCW C UUH1&HIGHSTS.
4 STORES
Centralia
and.
Vancouver
in
Washington
WE SELL FOR LESS, BECAUSE WE BUY FOR LESS
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ANOTHER BIG CUT IN PRICES
To Encourage Early Shopping we will make
some Extraordinary Prices for the coming week
500 pairs Ladies' Slippers, Felt, Ribbon,
and Fur Trimmed, all sizes, now go at 95c
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200 Pairs Men's House Slip
pers in Everetts, Romcos and
all other styles, now go at SOc
to $1.95.
Children's Shoes in all leathers
and styles, $1.00 to $2.50
grades, now go at 50c to $1.95
Men's Dress Shoes, Tan, Patent
and Gun Metal, Button and
Lace, big bunch of odd sizes,
$4.00 to $5.00 grades, go at
$2.95.
50 Pairs Men's Shoes, all leath
ers, Button and lace, odd pairs
ranging in price up to $6.00,
now go at $1.95.
50 Pairs Ladies' Shoes, Button
and Lace, all sizes and styles,
ranging up to $4.00 in price,
now go at $1.95.
300 Pairs' Boys' Shoes in all
sizes, Button and Lace, regular
price up to $3.00, now go at
$1.35, $1.65 and $1.95.
The Small Profit and Quick Sale Store
Special Agents for Hanan Shoes and Royal Tailors
326 State St.
Phone 616
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