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- ' - THE DATLYL CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON. SATURDAY, NOV. 25. 1916. SEVEN
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BIGGER AND BETTER SHOWS THAN EVER OFFERED IN SALEM BEFORE
J WATCH OUR PROGRAMMES AND WE WILL PROVE IT
we have Engaged salem's very best musical talent
"snnnBDrs peerless orchestra"
EVERY EVENING STARTING SUNDAY
3- BIG TIME ACTS -3
Novelty Scotch Bounding Wire Act
Williams & Sterling
"The Girl and the Song Writer"
by June McCree
A Blue Bird Feature in 5 Acts with
Dorothy Davenport and
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WILLIAM PAR I
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The Star in "GOD'S COUNTRY AND THE WOMAN"
IN A STORY OF A STRONG MAN'S TEST OF HONOR
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"THE PAWN SHOP"
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today by General Mr Douglus Huig.
Stopped Their Advance. ' :
Bueharest, Nov. 25. l.uuiliiig of en
emy troops at Islaez, Rumania, after
crotiing the Unmibe, but" stopjiago of
their udvance from Zimnica (.imnitzn)
uorthwarils was reported iu today's of
ficial statement. .
. : Occupied Islands.
Sofia, Nov. 25. "We occupied is
lands in the Danube' today's official
war office statement asserted, detailing
progress in the campnign against Ku-
In Dobrudja the statement said, at
tack by superior enemy forces near
(iiuruevo, Lompalanka and Vidin were
Like repulse of enemy attacks in
Macedonia was also reported.
Scene from "Fair and Warmer" the season's big linigh harvest which comes
to the Grand Opera House Monday night, -Nov. 27.'
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In her own first big
4 Days beginning
Sat Eve Dec. 2nd.
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Sublimity, Or., Nov.
Schultebein is building a barn on his
town property; Jl fnteads to erect a
dwelling house next spring.
Frank X. I'fliezer has sold out his
barber fixtures to George Welter who
took ehargo of the shop the first of the
week. Mr. Pfliezer left Tuesday morn
ing for Portland. His intentions are
to sail for Germany, providing he is
able to secure a pass.
The Sublimity Dramatic club staged
their play "A Noble Outcast" at Jor
dan Fridav nieht of last week And at
lAumsvillo Tuesday night. At both
places they had good audiences who
enjoyed the play immensely. Among
; those from Sublimity who attended the
show nt Aumsvilie Tuesday night be
sides the members of the Sublimity
Dramatic club, were Edward and Sim
Etael and Joseph and James Ripp.
Henrv. the ten year old son of Jos
eph Henbefger. living northeast of
Sublimity, had the misfortune to get
his left hand caugnt in the gearing or
an ensilage eutter which necessitatca
the amputation, of the ends of two fing-
The stork called at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Sylvester Starr last Satur
day and left a fine daughter.
Miss Mary Vaa Handel of Triumph
is employed at the home of Mrs. P. M.
Geo. Zimmerman' sold his ranch east
of Sublimity to his brother Joseph
And .Inhn Kintz. -
Bills are out announcing a basket
social and entertainment to b given
on Monday night at the C. F. Hall by
the young folks of Sublimity, accom
iianie.l hv the Sublimity orchestra.
fr. Arthur Forrette and children
mhn hive been visiting at the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Ripp,
returned Sunday to their home near
Joseph Schrewe was a Stayton visit
L Dk'knmn and 1'red Diikman were
in Snlenv Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Hunter and baby
25, Henry Everett, were dinner guests at the M.
:u. Ainiiee nome jnunutty. ur. numcr
was the guest of honor, it being his
21st birthday. As desert was being
served little Margaret Magee presented
Mr. Hunter with a cake bearing i burn
Mrs. E- A. I.ewise ia visiting friends
and relatives in Salem.
Mr. Davis, who has been at the hos
pital for some time, is much better and
expects to leave the hospital soon.
lrvin Frysbie has sold his potatoes to
a. a. Uesner and sons have about
1,800 bushels of potatoes this year.
A democratic celebration was held at
the achol house Saturday night.
Mrs. Yagel, who taught here two
years ago, spent the week-end at the
E. A. Lewis is spending a few weeks
at his ranch at Crooked finger.
Miss Hallie Dickman is visiting in
The young people of the neighborhood
, Warships Shelled Town.
Berlin, via wireless to Sayville, L. I..
Nov. 25. One British patrol boat was
sunk and Ramsgate was shelled by
German, warships the night of Novem
ber z.i, an official statement announced
heo today.. 4
I he Statement said: ,
''Part of the German sea forces on
the moruinir of 24th advanced to the
northern outlet of the mouth oi tne
Thames. No hostitle bob forceB were
encountered, aside from one patrol
boat which was sunk by artillery.
The fortitied port of Knmsgate was
rhclled. Since then no hostile sen
forces became visible and our vessels
turned homeward and arrived safely
at their home port."
GRAND THEATRE, 1 GALA UJWiOV
5 The Season's Big Laugh Harvest!
S ' mmmma iwr .lnt i in tii i Hi
Most distinguished comedy cast in years! It hits the
high spot of hilarity. Direct from 2 years in New
York. PricesSOc. 75c, $1 and $1.50. Seats on sale
at Optra House Drug Store
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
West Salem, Ore., Nov. 25. Mrs- Ed
Minnich and little daughter, Ruth,
have gone to lloquiam. Wash., for a
visit with her mother.
Mrs. Henry Moore and baby, Lenorn,
of Canby, were recent guests at the
Marvin Moore home.
Mrs. Arthur Moore is visiting her
mother in Buena Vista.
Miss Arleue Bennett, teacher of the
primary department of West Salem
school, and her friend, Miss Edith C'ath
erwood, of Dallas, will spend the week
end at the Alpha Chi Omega sorority
house at Corvallis and attend the foot
ball game while there.
Geo- Tobin returned Thursday from
were entertained at the home o'f Chester
Homer one evening last wek. Mrs. Ed
wards and Mrs. Whitney acted as chap
erones. It is reported that we will soon have
a new Dodge car in our neighborhood.
The new owner being L. Dickman. Mr.
Dickman will bring bis ear home as soon
as he has erected a garage.
Aadrew Parson has been hauling off
his potato crop.
a several days' business trip to Airlie.
Mr. Hum Wurrcn has been out of
Bchool for a week regnining strength
lost when he bad his tonsils removed.
The. Ladies' Aid society met Thurs
day with Mrs. W. V. Bates. There was
a good attendance. Regular business
was attended to and next place of meet
ing will be with Mrs. Al Hell.'
There will be a dinner at Rev. and
Mrs- W. J. Warren's today in honor of
Dr. T. B. Fprd. The members of the
Ladies' Aid. trustees of the church and
members of quarterly conference from
Summit and Oak Grove are the invited
There was t called meeting of the city
oouucil Monday evening which resulted
in a mass meeting being culled for Wed
nesday evening to noniinutc candidates
for the city officers for ensuing term
At the mass meeting all the present
officers and six others, were placed m
the running. The election to be held
"Three Fingered Jack". Godwin nd
dressed quito a large audience at the
hall Monday evening,
Arthur Moore hus gone to Los An
geles, where he has a position on the
street car line. ' Mrs. Moere will go to
There will be a meeting of the quar
terly conference of the Methodiut
hurch of West rulem circuit nattminy
p. m. with ur. i. u. iora as presiaing
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(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Rickey, Ore., Not. 25. A - birthday
dinner was given at the D. A. Harris
home Pundav, in honor of Mr. Harris,
who. celebrated his 60th birthday- Thote
nre-ient besides the host and hostess
were: Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Binegar, Miss
ul Harris. Frank Harris. Mr. and
Mrs. M. M. Magee and Miss Margaret
Magee. . , . .
Mr. Porter, who has been very ill,
TONIGHT THE OREGON
Where the Crowds Go.
Last Showing of Frank Keenan in "The Thoroughbred"
Southern Racing Story.
.SUNDAY and MONDAY. THE BIG SHOW
TWO BIG STARS
Francis X. Bushman in "The Elder Brother"
Harold Lockwood and May Allison in "Mister 44"
A Metro Wonderplay which answers the question, "Should a Man Marry 8 u p M
uTTnmr. m apk iv A rOMEDY CONTINUOUS SHOW I 11LL 11 1 . ai.
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