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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1913.
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"The Theater Beautiful" will offer on Wednes
day and Thursday, December 24th and 25th
with a special Christmas Matinee at 2:15, Daniel
Frohman's and famous Players Great Production
" The Count of
Who has won undying fame in this soul-stirring
play of FIVE ACTS.
The productions of. .Daniel Frohman and the Fa
mous Players Company are acknowledged the best
by critics, press and public the world over.
Ye Liberty Leads
W. A. LISTON I
Fire Insurance I
Phone for Rates, Main 1321
484 Court Street, SALEM
115 acres 6 miles east of Salem, 75 clear, fair building, running
wator, plenty of fruit and timber, V-i mile, to B. R. station. Price
only $85 per acre. This is a fine stock or dairy ranch.
23 aires, 3 miles east, fine soil, 14 acres in apples, pears and
cherries 2 years old. $250 per acre. Will take some city property
and give good terms on balance.
20 acres timber, 5 miles from Salom for $75 per aere. 1200 cords of
wood on the place. Easy terms.
. Money. to loan on good fay m security.
141 N. High Street
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This 1$ What You Ha?c Been Waiting For
' Ear) Rack.
. J0t J"PH AMOVr
Plyj and Coed
"Unl-St Combhvifion tleeWclooliirW Out
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It i an ideal Xmu present for the whole family.
With the one special made tove you can uae any of
You can buy itove and one or more utensil thi
Chrulma and add to it each year, or you can get the
complete outfit at once, $18.50. Come in and tee it
The Electric Company. Phone 85
Capita! City Brevities
Dr. May, nerve specialist. Masonic
Dr. F. L. Vtter, dentist. Masonic
Salem Fuel Yards. The popular King '
coal. Phone 529. i
Dr. Mendelsohn fits eyes correctly. H
3. Bank building.
Dr. Asseln, dentist, 205 Salem Bank
& Trust building. i
Heating stoves at bargain prices.
Bnren & Hamilton. j
Dr. F. L. litter, dentist. Masonic
Miss Violet Maclean has gone to
Roseburg to remain over the holidays.
Salem Fuel Yards. Prompt deliver
ies. Phone 529.
Baldwin & Curtis groceries are good
groceries. Phone 311.
18x36 Utopia Axniinster rugs, $1.25.
Bnren & Hamilton.
Charles Ohling has gone to Albany,
his home town, to spend the holidays.
Special prices on Christmas candies
and nuts. L. H. Huggins, grocer, Court
S. M. Brinck left this morning for
TTniontown, Wash., where he will visit
friends for a few days.
The Waite Memorial fountain nil be
operated on the evenings of December
U, 26, 31.
Wear-Ever aluminum makes a most
acceptable Xmas gift. Ray L. Farmer
For your friend who has a fireplace
a pair of our artistic andirons, a fire
set or a screen. Huron & Hamilton.
All kinds of Christmas goodies at '
Baldwin & Curtis' grocery, 197 S. Com-,
Professor W. B. Berkley will leave
shortly for Walla Walla, Wash., where
he will visit his ranch near that city. I
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Purdy left this
morning for Portland, where they will
visit friends and relatives for a week. 1
manicure sots, toilet sets and fancy
brasBware. Ray L. Farmer Hdw. Co.
Finest French fixed candy 15 cents
a pound. L. H. Huggins, grocer, Court
Fine leather purses and bill books
at F. E. Shafcr's, the saddle and har
ness man, 187 South Commercial street.
Fresh Christmas candies. Order them
now of Baldwin & Curtis. Main 311.
Pleased customers all over Salem rec
ommend Baldwin & Curtis, the grocers.
197 S. Commercial
Xinns flowers. Carnations, roses, vio
lets and chrysanthemums, Blooming
plants, ferns, palms, etc. At Avenue
greenhouses, Fifteenth and Center
streets. Phone 2067.
Amorican olectric Irons and electric
warming pads make a most acceptable
Xmas gift. If she has one, buy her
the other, she needs both. Ray h.
Farmer Hdw. Co.
We have suit cases of all sizes in
leather and rattan. They make a very
acceptable Christmas present, F. 13.
Shafer, the saddlo and harness man, 187
South Commercial street.
Avoid waiting your turn. You are
always "next" if yon own and use a
safety razor. See the various styles at
F, E. Shafer 's, the saddle and harness
man, 187 Commercial street.
Avoid wearing rubbers. T'pe "Web
foot" oil, a , guaranteed waterproof
dressing. Preserves and softens the
leather. To bo had only at F. E. Hltttf
er's, the harness and saddle man, 17
Miss Clara Clittterham left yesterday
for her home in Seattle. Miss Clutter
ham is field agent for the Deaconess
training school in Seattle, and has been
delivering addresses in Salef, Eugene
and other valley cities.
Opening of eighth series, Series No.
8 of the Mutual Savings and Loan As
sociation will be opened on January 3,
191. Applications for stock in the as
sociation may be made at the office of
the secretary. 875 State street, or to
authorir.ed solicitors. A. A. Lee, pres
The Willamette Bifle Club is going
to give another one of it popular tur
key shoots Sunday, December 21. The
shoot will be held on the grounds of
nauser Bros., near the Mute school.
There will shotgun, rifle and revolver
shooting for turkeys, ducks, geeae) also
a trophy for high average and a turkey
for tow .average, r Everybody wele on.
Com .out . and jet turltey 'for your
Bnr-Hin.a dainty leather covered
eolleirer eaff box. H.wtll appreciate
the tygt A -nice line n be foend at
F.'B.-Hhafer'a, the- saddle and harnese
man, 1ST Booth Commercial street.
OREGON SUPREME COURT
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Grand Opera House
Christmas night, December 25,
Billy 'Single' Clifford
A Merry Musical Stamped', bub
bling over with mirth and mel
ody. An excellent fast of dainty
divinities who sing, danco and
deliyht the i.e. Beautifully cos
tumed, properly presented.
Special Holiday Prices. 50c, 75c
$1.00. Seat sale Wednesday, Te
comber 4. Box office, W a. m.
Dr. Utter, dentist, Masonic Bldg.
Dr. F. L. Vtter, dentist. Masonic
A carving set would make a very
acceptable Xmas gift. Wo have a fine
variety from which to select. Buren &
Have you visited the new noedleeraft
shop, The Hob Nob, in the Hubbard
building, second floor t
The Salem public schools closed yes
terday, and will not open again until
the first Monday following Christmas.
Japanese baskets. The latest Xmas
fad in low-priced goods. Oar assort
ment cannot be excelled. Ray L. Farm
er Hdw. Co.
C. A. Imus If Co., real estate, moved
from 385 State to room 205 Hubbard
Dr. F. L. Utter, dentist. Masonic
The Royal Bakery, Goldsmith &
Theuer, scored highest in the State
Board of Health inspection.
Genuine, fine grade Wilton rugs, 33x
63; regular $8.50 values. Special $5.00.
Buren & Hamilton.
Phone a trial order to Baldwin &
Curtis, Main 311, and let them prove
the superiority of their goods and the
promptness of their service.
Be humane. Buy your horse a good
warm blnnket for Christmas. I know
he will appreciate it. Call at F. V.
Shafcr's, 187 South Commercial street,
and see the various styles and prices.
Soft-shelled walnuts, 20 cents a pound
L. 11. Huggins, grocer, Court and High.
Are you one of the hundreds that
daily visit The Hob Nob needle shop,
in the Hubbard building, on the second
Do you know that you can find the
largest and finest display of art needle
work in Salem at the Hob Nob Needle
Shop, second floor of the Hubbard
Gloves of every description, suitable
for even' purpose autoing, driving,
working. One of the most serviceable
lines of gloves at very reasonable
prices, can be found at F. E. Shafcr's,
the saddlo and harness man, 187 South
Choice, heavy laprobes. Just the
thing these chilly morning when an'n-
ing or driving. Dandy In wet weather.
F. E. Shnfer. the saddle and harness
man, 187 South Commercial street.
Twenty-five cent candy for 15 cents.
L. H. Huggins, grocer, Court and nigh.
Have you asked" your out-of-town
guests to go with you to The Hob Nob
needlo shop for an hour's pleasant visit
among the many beautiful articles in
art ncedlecraft on display there? Sec
ond floor, Hubbard building.
Paul Smith has pone to Portland for
the purpose of looking into the matter
of securing new engravings for the new
Willamette University annual, which is
to bo published in the near future. Mr.
Smith is manager of tho University
Miss Regina Long, a student at the
Salem high school, will bo visited by
Miss Flora Waldorf, of Vancouver,
WbrIi., during the Christmas holidays,
Although suffering considerable pain
as yet from the burns he received last
Wednesday, when ho accidentally fell
into some hot water at his homo on
Chemckota street, littlo Roy Meyer, the
son of Mr. and Mrs.. Otto Meyer, is
reported to be improving nicely.
F. J. Lafkey, La Grande's business
manager,, passed through the city yes
terday en route for Corvallis, where he
will visit his son who is attending col
lege at that place.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Trunk Johnson, of
Nampa, Idaho, were in the city for a
few hours yesterday. They left last
evening for Polk county to spend
Have you Inspected the immense dis
play of art needlework at The Hob
Nob, where hundreds of the most beau
tiful; dainty and charming article are
on sale? 'Second .floor, Hubbard build
ing. Did yoa know that one of the best
and most complote stock of fancy art
needlework ever shown in the North
west i shown at The nob Nob needle
shop, on the second floor of the Hub
, Home, effective wok ia being, don in
the rWrat this point by. the- govern
ment dredgv Mathtoroa. 'Th dredge U
working now id the main channel, oppo
site- the foot of State etreet. The Wil-
lanxitU is Rnusosflly low at'this time
and- boat are making trip up-river hut
twice wek. With the first rise, how
ever, the mgnlar dally runs will again
be In order from this city to Corvallis.
E. B. Chaplin, proprietor of the Ma
sonic Temple ,p(Kl hall, was fined $15
by Judge Elgin yesterday on the
charge of allowing minor to frequent
hi place of bnslnosa contrary to a city
ordinance. Officer Woolery and White
arrested Chaplin last night and he
pleaded guilty this morning and paid
The police are still looking for sever
al young boys in this city who are ac
cused of stealing milk from the porch
es of homes located In East Salnm. Many
bottle have been missing of late and
a certain band of boy are inspected
of being guilty. No arresti have been
made as yet but the pnUet "V tnflT
have Information which may lead to
either the boy being punished or so
badly frightened they will not molest
his country and his marriage at the
same time. This was not done in a
spirit of economy for the Judge isn't
built that way, and we are only rea
soning from effect back to cause. He
was city councilman (they all did it)
from 1872 to 1875, and city attorney
from 1877 to 1881. In 1885 he was
County Judge of Multnomah, and again
filled this important position from 1890
From 1868 to 1874 he was in part
nership with John F. Caples, one of the
best known criminal lawyers on the
coast in those days. With his thorough
knowledge of the intricacies of court
procedure, he has made an ideal su
preme court clerk, and has also, by his
unfailing good nature and tactful aid
to attorneys and all others having busi
ness with the court, made himself so
much a part of the office that those
having business there would be lost
without him. In another way he has
built for himself a monument that will
last so long as those whom he has
helped on their way have memory; and
that is by his good advice and cheering
words to the youngsters who have
faced tho supreme court examinations,
and who will always remember tho kind
ly encouragement of Julius Moreland,
clerk of the Oregon supreme court.
. $100 Reward, $100
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to leurn that there is at least one
dreaded disease tlmt science has been
able to cure In all Its stiiRes. and that Is
Calnrrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure 1b the only
positive cure now known to the medical
fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional
disease, requires a constitutional treat
ment. Hull s Catarrh Cure is taken In
ternally, acting- directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system, there
by destroying the foundation of the dis
ease, and giving the patient strength by
building up the constitution and assisting
nature in doing Its work. The proprietors
have so much fnlth In Its curative pow
ers that they offer One Hundred Dollars
for any case that It falls to cure. Send
for list of testimonials.
Addrrsa: F. J. CHENEY CO., Toledo, O.
Bold by all DrtiKKlita, 760.
Tska Hall's Family Pills for oonitlpatlon.
Salem's Model Play House presents always the best
Licensed Pictures. Special added attractions today
Green and Mitch 1
Those Harmony Boys, direct from Chicago, offering
A Twentieth Century Song Review
A Neat Classy Act That Will Please Everybody t
Also a selected program of Photoplays. Today a
strong Vita graph feature and tomorrow (Sunday) a 2
reel Kalem, featuring the ladies' favorite, "Carlyle
Blackwell," and a good,, snappy Vitagraph Comedy.
No raise in prkei 10c where can you see more for
The Friends church, Highland and
Elm, is having a wonderful revival.
The services are in charge of Rev. O. B. j
Ong, of rasadenn, Cal., whose messages .
are clear nnd to the point. There have j
been about 150 at the altar so far. The
meetings will continue ovor Sunday,
also tonight. Other services Sabbath
as usual. Thero have been several men I
and women past middle-age brought to
a realization of their need, and they
have paid the price and prayed through.
Liberal roductions on small size rugs.
Axniinster 27x00, $1.75. Buren & Hamilton.
tNlTKB PBESS IJDAS1D WlEI.l
Washington, Dec. 20. Joseph Binnard
was appointed yesterday register of the
land office at Helena, Montana.
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If yon suffer from bleeding, Itching, blind
or protruding Piles, send mo your address,
and I will tell you hovr to cure yourself at
home by the new absorption treatment) and
will also send some of this home treatment
tree for trial, with reference!) from your own
locality if reiiuested. Immedlato relief and
perinauont euro assured. Send no money,
but tell others of this otter. Wrlto today to
drs M. Hummers, Box P, Notre Dame. Iod.
New Year's Gifts for 1914 !!
Of extraordinary features, all we ask 1 for those who know what features
are, to compare this list, to so-called feature, seen elsewhere.
Featuring Florence Eoborta, America's greatest actress in the lead, after
the famous masterpiece by Alplionse Daudet.
. .CHECKERS. .
The Popular Racing Drama, with THOMAS W. ROSS, the Original Star.
Pronounced by Critic a Credit to the Industry.
PAUL J. RAINEY African Hunt
The Most Marvelous Moving Picture Ever Taken.
America's Greatest Play, with OTRXL SCOTT In the Lead.
Florence Turner Productions I
Featuring FLO&EKCB TURNER, the Most Popular Mortal Picture Actress in the world. (Entire, Output)
First RelM THE HARPER MYSTERY, in 3 Seal.., B4 write-up in thTred Journal.
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