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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON, TUESDAY, DEC. 21, 1915.
THE week just entered upon will
ba busily occupied with prepara
tion for tho Christmas festiv
ities. Many college folk and guests are
arriving to reuiuin through tbo boli
' days when tho calendar will bo crowd
ed with dunces, tens, dinners, lunch
eons flu J nil manner of diversions.
Society turned out ca masse last
night to greet Margaret Illington in
"Tho Lie" at tiio Grand theatre.
Miss Illington, who is one of the
loveliest and most famous actresses of
tho American stage, will not soon be
forgotten by the theatre and dramulaie
Among those attending the per
formance last evening, were: Mr. and
Wm. George Itodgers, Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas B. Kay, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
H. Thiclscn, Dr. and Mrs. Harry Clay,
Dr. and Mrs. Carlton ymith, Mr. niid
Mrs. Thomas Liveslcy, Mr. and Mrs.
Cbauiicey ltishop, Mr. and Mrs. John ,1.
Uobcrts, Mr. and Mrs. Zndoe Higgs,
Mr. ami Mrs. Harvey Wells, Mr. mid
jnrs. mil i. mrton, Air. and Mrs. Mel
vin Plimpton. Mr. and Mrs. Charles H
Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. John Carson, Mr.
and mis. cnrtis ross, Air. and Mrs.
('corgo Wutors, Mrs. Williuin ISurL'-
linnlt, Mrs. Daniel J. Fry, Mrs. C. I.
waiiop. Airs. George Gray, .Mrs. Sher
man w. 'iiiompson, Airs. Lenta Westa
rott, M:iss Kita Htcinor, Miss Ksther
l arson, Miss .lennio rrv, Miss Klcno
1., i. . - f .i . ,
', ivmss inrnr.vn ( arson, Dr. Hvrd,
Daniel r'ry, dr., Jumes Young, William
Walton, Clnrenoo Hisbop and Dr.
Mrs. Otto Schelberg entertained the
members of the .151 i to Knibroidory club
An niijoyaldo afternoon of sowing
was followed by dainty refreshments.
Mrs. If. I). St. Helens assisted tho host
ess in the serving.
The club members present were:
Mrs. P. L. Frnzier, Mrs. G. T. Mcln
tyre, Mrs. liert Waller, Mrs. U. O.
Given, MrB. dense Prince, Mrs. Fred
Hill, Mrs. W. W. Hill, Mrs. W. L.
Bryant, Mrs. P. T. Darker, Mrs. Hur
ley 1'iigu and Mrs. Nellie jnox.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bnuingnrtner
will have us their guests for the Christ
mas holiday, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Ktnpleton, of Koseburg.
Kenneth Miores and Donald fiyrd
re home from Eugene, for the holi
Mrs. Tsui Stege returned Friday
from a delightful trip to California
whore she visited in Han Francisco and
other cities around the buy.
Mrs. F. r. Harrington and small son,
Ldwurd Hill, are the quests of Mrs.
Jlirniigton'B parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
Van Patten. They will remain until
after tne holidays.
Toe Mothers club of (he Highland
wliool have arranged for a Christinas
programme to be given at tho school
on Thursdav afternoon. .
A glittering Christmas two will lie
the confer of much Intermit t. i...
...a ,... . "
i. .1 a w " 88 1110 "minora and
Gifts of practical worth, easily, quickly, safely
bought at the last hour. Gifts that will warm
up the recipient to a true sense of appreciation
for many, many nights to come. Our large
slock and. discounted prices are great
White Wool Blankets with blue, pink,
lavender or gold borders, $3.65 to $11
All Less 10'o
Wool Blankets in tan, prey and red,
with border $3.85 to $5.85
All Less 10
Plaid Wool Blankets in various com
binations of colors, in plain store
talk "elegant stuff . . .$3.85 to $8.85
AH Less 10
Wool Finish Blankets in plaids or tan
and greys, with borders, $1.75 to $3.15
All Less 10
BATH ROBE BLANKETS
$1.90 to $1.00 Less 10
Light and (lark shades in floral,
Jacquard, plaid or Indian paterns.
Any one of these, together with a
New Idea Pattern at 10c will make a
An article that has brought large
profits in many stores simply because
it's an "Indian Blanket." Make a
diligent comparison of the beauty
and quality of our Blankets with"
others and our prices will cause you
to decide in our favor without
$5.00, $635, $7.85, Less 10
As a complete surprise to Salem
folk, comes the announcement of
tho marriage of Miss Emmnlinu
Klein, youngest daughter of Airs. A.
Klein, to Xnrmuiid Courtney, form
erly of Portland.
The wedding which was very simple,
with only a few friends and relatives
present, took place in Los Angeles, Cal
ifornia, at the apartment of -Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley Morgan (Margaret Wir-
sou) on Saturday, December the l.Hth.
Mrs. lourtuey nns an attractive and
charming niauner that has endeared
her to a best of fircmls in Salem who
will bo sorrv to know that after a sev
eral weeks sojourn in California she
and her husband will make their home
in Muzaltu, .Mexico.
Of the very close friends of Mrs.
Oourtncys, who knew of her engage
ment, anil went south to attend the
wedding, was Miss Hazel Krixon.
Mr. and Mrs. 'Clifford Drown re
turned Mondiiv from a month's sojourn
in tiio east. They were accompanied;
by Miss Katheriue Slade, who will be
the guest of her sister, Mrs. John J.
While in the enst, Mr. and Mrs,
Drown visited with relatives and
mends, including the Robert Benhanis.
A jolly little party of the week was
tliat given by Aliss Gretehcn Brown,
Bright Christinas flowers and foliage
adorned the rooms.
Games and music formed the even
ing's entertainment for the fallowing
guests: Miss Florence Shiifer. Miss
Amelia Babcock, .Miss Isabelle George,
Miss Anualielle Gol.len, 1,'dna Acker
man, Alary Baynn, ftiith Mendelsohn,
Thelmn Lnuhuiigh, Florence Bayne,
Charles Huggtns, Reed Rowland, Loren
Simpson, ('lit ford Towusend, Wolcott
Huron, Warren Brasher. Wallace Car
son, Vern Druger, Archie Holt, liobbin
Fisher and Maurice Sawyer.
A delightful Christmas musical was
given by Aliss Klinn Weller to her pu
pils rriuay anernoon. .
A large Christmas tree was the cen
ter of interest as well as Santn whose
appearance made the afternoon a joy
Here is the programme:
Merry Christmas Guvnor
Higoletto Albert i
Dorothy Ksch, ltuth Page, Miss
Weller, Alurie Hostoiu.
Scissors Grinder Gaynor
Tho Mouse uud the Clock .'
Christmas Bells Kuhler
Crossing the Bridge
Softly Wo Sing
Mildred Huberts, nml Dorothy
Jack and foe Renn Stalk
Btora will ba
An Old, Family Cough
EMlly Prepared Costa Verr
Little, but la Prompt, Sara
fly making this pint of old-time cough
syrup at home you not only save about
fz, as compured with the readv-madu
kind, but you will also have a much more
prompt and positive reined 1 in every way.
It ovmcimies the usual coughs, throat arid
chest colds in 21 hours relieves even
whooping cough (piicklv and is excellent,
too, for bronchitis, bronchial asthinu,
hoarseness and spasmodic croup.
Get from any drug store 2'i ounces of
Pmex (fit) cents worth), pour it into a
pint bottle and fill the bottle with plain
granulated sugar svrup. Full directions
with Pine.x. Keeps perfectly and tastes
V oil can feel this take hold of a cough
or cold in a way that means business. It
quickly loosens the lrv, hoarse or pain
ful cough and heals the intlamed mem
branes. It also has a remarkable elTect
in overcoming the persistent loose eomdi
bv stopping the formation of phlegm iu
the throat and bronchial tubes.
flie effect of Pine on tliemembranes is
known by almost every one. Pinex is a
most valuable concentrated rnninimnil F
genuine Norway pine extract combined
w.i in guamcoi anu otner natural healing
Bine e cments.
1 here are mnnv worthless imitations
of this famous mixture. To avoid dis
appointment, ask your druggist for
(unices of Pinex," and do not accept any
A guarantee of absolute satisfaction.
or money promptly refunded, goes with
i ins iirijinraiiou,
The i'iuex Co.. ft
By the Fireside Kohler
Study No. 1 00 Beyers
tlypsy 1 hi n co
ilnrie Mrick, .loe Clark, fern La
vulleure, Uitu Claggett.
Marching Soir; (,'rnmin
The Water Wheel Lynes
Older the linse Arbor
Melody mid Scales
lolly Sn ita Clans
The Leslie Epworth league will hold
n'Lli. Social'' tonight at the home of
.Miss florenee Miller on South fair
The object of the social is to secure
funds for a pound of food fom ench
guest to make happy the less fortunate
on Christinas day, when gifts will be
A jolly good time is assured those
who come and lit the same time makine
a merrier and happier Christmas day
or me neeiiv.
.Miss liable Van Patten is visiting
with her mother, Jfrs. Wultor (Joss.
A sacred cantata "The Cominn nf
the King," was given at the Methodist
church under the direction of frank
Wilbur chaee Sunday evening.
T. s, Tioberts accompanied the num
bers on the,organ.
Here is the programme:
Prelude for Organ " Noel. "
Soprano Solo " Prophecr," Miss
, (a) Alto olo "The Annuncia
tion," Hiss Klltll fnente! U1 T....
Silo 'Hail Thou." Alfred Schmmm
Male Chorus "Arcosa the Desert,"
trio, Messrs. Schramm, Hall and Legg
full Chorus" The Pluins of Beth
lehem," "The Departure of tho Shepherds."
Alto Solo-" Tho Virgin's Lullubv,"
Halo Chorus anil Mums Snln iti,
Questioning of the Magi," B. B. Jones,
Soprano Solo mid Mule Chorus
I lie Adoration."
Adestes fideles Full Chorus.
Colds Clioso Headache and Grip
LAX ATI VB UUOMu yUNINK re
moves the eniise. Kememher to call for
ion name. Look for signature of K. W
U.iUus'r'"'V WUl"''r X" S'"lul'li,,IC " in
Judge Galloway went to Albany this
T. I.. Uillingslcy went to Kuireno this
Miss Viola Leflev. of Mnnmm.ii. :
iu the city, '.
I .l.J,1,;,,;,""" " U,T0 toiluy. n-
Chester Hargrove went to Albany
this morning, '
I J. C. Conley, of Enterprise, was in the
Hev. tt. Koohler, of tho Lutheran
church, is n Portland.
A. O. Condit went to Albany ou th
morning Oregon Uloctric.
H. M. Wallace, of CoMairo firnv,,
wn in he city .vesterdny. " ' true that last year aud the yeor
L. H. Lambert, of Ktayton, supervisor ' ' "'ro WR suliscriptiun. list
of road district No. 32. is In tiio city. "r,'Vl",,' 'r the purpose of raising
H. C. Suit, of Indopeudence. wl"",(l" W1,h wu"'h prchaa candy,
jj"" uusiness in calem( yester
Mrs. A. N. Hush was a passenger nn
the Oregon Electric, this morning for
1 ortlnud. "
Kev. T. B. Ford, district stinetinten
Jent of the Methodist church, went to
Portland this morning.
Dr. W. 1). Mo Nary, superintendent of
tne esstern Oregon stnta hospital at
Pendleton, is in the ify,
P. K, llnenr, former chaplain of the
penitentiary, and the Rev. R, N. Avi
sou, went t Portland this m.wning.
Mr. and Howard Hnmn and Mr. and
.Irs. ltomeo (loulev, of Brooks, were in
the eltv last night to attend the Mar
garet Illington performance.
bol, ltauni, owner and mannger of
tho "Avenging Cnnacieace " film, now
howlng at the Oregon theatre, ia here
looking after the nroduetioa personally.
Xfr. Manm ia ory muck impresaad with
tha nptiearaiioa and rotnnertint eetivity
of Nalem and finds bualueaa muck bet
ter here than. In nisny other const
COURT HOUSE NEWS I
Judge William Galloway of depart
ment Ao. 2 of the circuit court, went
to AtDnny today to hold court ui that
city. Ho will return to Salem tomor
row. Elva Armitngo was given a decree of
divorce yesterday by '.Judge Galloway
from her husband, Sylvester Armitngo.
The couple were married in 1907, but
tho plaintiff declared that of late years
her husband acquired a roving disposi
tion and that in his ramblings he was
accompanied by other women and that
his continued actions constituted cruel
and inhuman treatment. She secured
tho care and custody of Hale, the six
vear old sou of tho couple, and alimony
of $15 per mouth.
M. F. Phillips has filed a suit 'in the
suit in the circuit court against L. C.
Hastburn to collect money alleged due
on tiiree promissory notes of $ 1 7:5,1 -! ,
and $i,o respectively. The plaintiff
scons to recover the principal and m-
icresr, on an tne notes and attorneys
fees totaling $1)5. An attachment was
tiled on B.l.) acres of bind in connec
tion with the controversy. W. C. Wius
low is attorney for the nlaiutiff.
Linn II. Brown has filed a suit in the
circuit court to recover the possession
of two horses which it is ulleged are
wrongfully detained bv Constable K.
' "-UHIier am' W. Gillmgham. One
w .yen um m.-iuiiig is sain
to be yalued at and the other a
black yearling filly is valued at $ 100
uud in addition the plaintiff seeks .r10
damages and the costs of the action.
Smith & Shields represent tho plain
tiff. I'pon the Jiotition of S. Z. Culver,
giiardiuii nf William Towusend, an in
sane person. Judge Bushey today is
sued nil' order requiring that, per
month be pnid- from the funds of the
estate to Mrs. Lena Lou;enbaugh, n
daughter of the ward who' will assume
all care of her father. Towusend has
been confined in the asvlum but will
be removed to the homo' of his daugh
ter, in Portland.
Judge Bushey todnv issued an order
confirming the loan of .'for.'i secured by
a mortgage on realty bv the guardian
of tho estate of Surah Jane Watt, an
insane pers w.
A mnrringe license was issued by the
county clerk this afternoon to Ivnii Dell
Miller, a laborer of fhis citv. and Mary
Alice riummer, also of Suloni. The
wedding will tukc place Christmas day.
After an examination bv a phvsii inn
County Judge Bushey today ordered
Shelby Cornell committed to the n,-,..
gnn state hospital for the insane. Cor
nell is snid to be an alcoholic and ad
dicted to the use of drugs.
An inventory and appraisement in
tho matter of the estate of Cttlieb
-Meyer was filed today in the r,.h,..
court by Robert Wenger. Joseph Rams
oyer and Joseph Gerig, appraisers. Tho
appraisement shows the estate to con
sist of real property to the vnhio of
i"i'e nfml notl8 nml COn1 value
of $0,955 or a total of 14.5J0
The estate of Mut-hia. rvi-..
(lied December 8. was offered for pro
bate and the petition states that the
-iu property is valued at 15,000. and
' I" .P""0"! nt, The heirs are
William E. Cooov. a wi.ln i:...
. Cooley, a son. Mcflirt v .
son all residing at Silverton; Samson
u' n0lA'y,,0f Id,J,0 im' Wallace and
WiUis Cooley, two sons residing in Ml
vorton, Matilda Diuiodn. a daughter, of
Vancouver, Birdie B. Miller, a daughter
of Albany, Jennie J. Cunningham, s
daughter of Silverton, and Vernon M.
Mickow, a grandson residing at Sil
vorton McOirt Cooley and Cornelius
J. Cooley were named ns joint admin
istrators of the estate.
Cherrians Will Have
At a mectins; of the committee, last
night, tne contract for the wim.g and
lighting of tho tree wna awarded to
tieorgo Pettmgell, who has done tho
work for tho past two years.
, The enstom of decorating nn.l light
iiiK the tree, was established by the
( herrlans two venrs ago, as an annual
"'"l will be curried out this year
On several ; occasions the Cherrians
hnve been unjustly criticized for milk
Mitf excursions to Portland, Pw,dle,0n,
r.ugono and various points and have
been accused of spending the public a
in'enP' X1Vir noaul 'iitcrtain-
Lot us take this occasion to make
the position of tho Cherrians elear. The
organization is composed of man of
all walks of life, organized for tho pur
pose ot boosting Halem, Marion eouiitv,
... ,.,, , general, an J KV BH.I
CKNT THAT HAS HKK now ,i
THE PAST, OH WILL HE SPENT IN
l'Jl,MMv,T'T,i,;!! KnK T,,,H 'I'ltPOHK
nAiX, Tll I'Jl KB-
no is, iw., tor distribution at the
( hrmtmus tree, but these fund were
iiscii ior tnat purpose only.
This vear there will ba un program
or distribution of candy at tha tree but
the t hermne will work in conjunction
with the Social Hervtee tVnter, and
each Chernan has been aipainted a
committee of out to see that some child
who otherwise might be evarloekad by
Santa Clans, is made hsppv.
F. E, MASJhiS.
C R. KNOW LAND,
A. H. WlUMijN.
VAN VAl.KENBCltO To Mr. ana
Mra. Alfred Van Va'henburg, Katuf
Jay, Draehsaber IS, 1918, a aoa.
Rnnariu) t. u. ...i i t r n. i I
U1Q Oa. sir..t'r.t'ur;iy, De-
comber 18, 1U15, im,
Southern Pacific Issuing Ar
tisiic Literature Oa Beau
ties of the State
To divert travel through Portland as
a gateway to the south, the Southern1
Pacific Company has recently issued1
a series of travel letters, each letter'
descriptive of certain sections through!
which the railway passes after leaving'
Portland. Letters ono to three are
descriptive of Oregon and nre intended
to give the traveller an idea of the
spcnic beauties of the state ns he trav
els through the Willamette Valley in
to the mountainous country of tho
Kugue and Umprpiu rivers.
Ix'ttors No. 1 is descriptive of Port
land, the "City of Hoses," and also ns
the starting point for a ride over thei
famous Columbia River Highway, which j
skirts the bank of tho Columbia for
mure than J00 miles. Jt is paved as
smooth as any city street for' a dis
tance of 45 miles. This letter also
makes note of the views to be obtained
of Mounts Hood, Jefferson, Adams, St.
Helens and Ranier.
The beauties nf the Willamette val
ley are described and illustrated in
leter No. 2. Reference is made to the
Willamette Fulls tit Oregon City and
also thtv fact that three fourths of tho
people in the state live in the Wil
lamette valley. Mention is made of
Salem as follows: "Salem is tho capital
of the state and ns the train pulls into
this city, the state capital building and
tho new supremo court building will
attract your attention. T do re say you
will be impressed by the clean well
paved streets, the modern business
buildings and attractive residences of
the city.'' Albany is referred to as
an attractive city of 5,000 from which
a fine view of Mount Jefferson can be
The third letter, with illustrations of
Mt. Mi lxinghlin, Crater Lako and the
entrance to the Cow creek canyon, car
ries the traveller to Eugene, described
ns a city of 0,000. Beyond Eugene the
Willamette valley is left behind, the
traveller passing into tho Cow Creek
Cnnvon from the Cmpqua valley.
Rogue River valley, fumed for its
pears, and fruits generally, is the homo
of three of Oregon 's wide awake eities.
(rants Pass is tho gateway to the
famous Josephine county caves and
Medford is the city from which auto
mobile parties start for Crater Lake.
Ashland is becoming known ns the
"'nrlsliad of America," and is the pos
sefsor of several mineral springs, de
veloped liv 'he community.
These descriptive letters will lie
mailed to all passenger agents in the
country and the interesting descriptions
of the scenery from Portland to cen
tral California will do much, according
to the opinion of tho general passenger
agent, towards bringing travel to this
part of Oregon.
TURNER PUBLIC SCHOOLS
(Cnpitul Journal Bpecial Sedvice)
luruer, ur nee. jmuhi.i, .
24th will be the end of thre months of
school, nml also the last day before the
holidny vacntion. The school board has
given one week vacntion this year.
After this week of vacation the stu
dents will return to work on January 3.
This will allow one and one-half months
work before midyear examinations.
Under the exemption rule announced by
Principal Wilson at tho first of tho
year every student making au average
of !)8 per cent hi deportment and an
average of 00 per cent in each and
every subject will bo excused from mid
year examinations. In additiou to stu
dents making this average will be given
time off durinir tho examination davs.
This rule gives tho student something toi
work for, it makes him cnrefnl about
deportment and enreful to keep nil sub
ject up to the IX) per cent mark.
Tho Palmur Moths.! Writing Penants
and Position Charts wero received and
placed in each room last week.
On of the most entertaining pro
gram given this year wa enjoyed by a
largo nudieni'o last Friday evening.
Recitations of n comic nature receiving
much comment were given by Mrs. Dal
zell and Loe Crawford. Miss Hliss rend
n very interesting paper on Parent
Teacher Associations, giving pointers as
to what mny be accomplished. The
High School students furnished part of
tho music for the evening. The Wiley
H. Allen Co., through its agent, a Mr.
W. A. Clement of Salem, entertained
the audience with a Vktrola, This was
a novel method of entertainment for
this mwtion, and was highly appreciated.
Friday afternoon, Dee. 24th, the High
School Literary Society will give a pro
gram, at. which timo tho students will
discuss tho subject which tho High
schools of the state nre to debate, viz.,
Itesolved that, tho United States should
adopt the essentials of the Swiss system
of military Trnining.
It is expected thut Comity Superin
tendent Smith and a number of other
county superintendents will be present
at that time ns it is understood that
Mr. Smith has promised a como and
briug soma of bo ohor county's educa
tors. There are some twelve to fifteen dis
tricts in this part of the county whieh
naturally will send to the Turner Highi
school ia the near future. With the
splendid equipment which is being put
ia and with a student body which is
e enthusiastic therw is no reason why
Turner should not have nest year a
alga school of fifty or more students.
It is expected that there will bo ecu
students enter after the holidays or t
mid yenr as some have already Indicated
FUea Cured In 8 to 14 Days
Druggists refund money if rAZO
OINTMENT fulls to cure Itching,
Hbnd, Bleeding or Protruding Tiles.
First application gives relief. Mc.
U Jou)a",l riM
AMa's Apple Butter
The kind your mother's grandmother used to make.
Made by Commercial Cider Works.
If your grocer hasn't it, phone 21D1. Also Pura Apple Cider for
everybody. Remember you should have a barrel in your basement. Now
is the time while we have apples.
l Commercial Cider Works 2
LOOK ! IT STARTS
at the Ryan Building:.
Big Dance Each Evening
Each child that is in the contest please turn
in the money and tickets Friday afternoon.
Trial of Alleged
On In Police Court
Six Chinese gamblers were called
trial this afternoon in police court lo -
fore .Indue Klgirt to answer a charge ol'.Kl
gambling. Kight arrests were madejfr.3
but Km and Oyn, two Japanese, failed
to appear mid their bail was declared
forfeited. Leon (long. din. Wontr. dim.
Loin Sing and Lae lined up inside the
rail behind Attorneys Hall and Cuiy O. ;
Smilh and Harry (long, a Chiuese at- j
torney, from Portland,
The trial was called at 2 o'clock and
the examination of the jurors begun, i
Paul llausor, A. F. Maracus, Cooke j
Patton, Claude Bell, Mr. Walker and
Vincent Heno wero tiio jurors. Tho
line of ouestioninir nf the defense in -
Heated that the Chinese would niiiin-jB-l
tain that they were playing cards for;p,'j
amusement ouly and that U they want-;
od to play among themselves it was;
their own business and that fan tan-
was no more dangerous tliuu bridge
The evidence offered by the city was
fin ', puiuc uiinvia .miiiJB, mr"
noy and Nicholson who made the raid
some timo ugo on one of tho rooms in
h,,;i.i;.. D....,i. ,i... t i.- ,i
m.i',iii Jlr?lt cuilljl ui llie V. JW. IIP'
pot on high street. The officers found
11 Chinese and two .laps iu the room
but two of the Chiuese escaped, the
otiier eleven were brought to the po
lice station and ojght wore booked uud
put up $25 bail for.caeh to appear iu
police court after the, return of City
Attorney Trindlo who was then iu the
Tho officers testified that they
broke open the door of tho room and
found the Chinese grouped about a
toKln ,i.:.. i. '.. tf.... ..... i ...
li, lii- uj'ua itujlu naa u inu lull itt .uui,
money to the amount of $21. SO and
0,i.., anmhy, .,;,, i. Tl,a ,le.
fl.8B lia(, not oie'tllil testimony
at tilne this afternoon and the
indications were that a verdict would
not be returned until a Into hour this
Margaret Illington !
At the Grand Last Night
Margaret Illington, iu "The Lie''
was greeted by a fair sized audience at
the (Irand last night. Tho play is one
of those immoral vehicles which are
generally supposed by theatrical man
agers to bo popular with the theater-
KiJiJf public, which is a reflection unon
taste, or would have been a
leendo ago. Nowadays, however, voting
persona as well as old look and listen
while a story is unfolded that should be I
considered embarrassing in its essential
details. In brief, Lucy Shale niukes a
mis-step and Elinor, with the char
acteristic self-denial of a heroine,
siueiiis her from tho criticism of the
world. Tho selfish Lucy returns bar)
devotion by telling Elenor's luvcr thatj
the child is the bitter's, stonls her!
lover away and marries him. That is'
(he lie around which tho play is built.
Kctributiou and reparation are not
featured, and there is no moral drawn!
at the end of the play, so that even the
lessoas of the sulneious story is lost.
Tha acting of tho leading characters
was creditable. Miss illington is a
clever actress and her benuty and
charming personality are a splendid!
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millionaire Englishman, Moll Dcbdcu,
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The Great Adventure Star
THE CAYERN OF DEATH
THE GREATER WILL
A BEAUTIFUL 5 ACT STORY
Featuring tho Celebrated, Star
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was an especially likeable character,
and a very capable actor, while Mil
dred Uohle, us Littlo Dick, the child,
who was the cause of all tho trouble,
captivated the audience, G. W. Anson,
as Sir h'obert Shale, was very accept
able in his role, while the rest of tho
company was mediocre.
to congested freight
on account of the
tho Panama Canal,
wo are obliged to use plain
wrappers on eur bread, until
about February 15th, when our
printed wrappers are due to ar
rive. Ask for Salem Royal Bread.
sides you get that
palate-tickling odor that
comes from good baking
due to the goodness and