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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 10i0.
Theatregoers, especially thos?
who havo seen everything worth
seeing may possibly flatter them
selves that they have witnessed tho
limit of the stage creator's genius.
The writer, however, is bold enough
to assert wlthsome degree of posi
tiveness that this is not so unless
they havo seen tho marvelous yacht
scene in. "Brewster's Millions" as
presented by Cohoa and Harris' com
edians with Royal Tracy and which
will eb seen in this city at the Grand
Opera House Saturday, Jan. 29.
Originaly but an incident in this fa
mous comedy, Mr. Frederic Thomp
son, that wizard of stageland devel
oped it into what today must stand
a monument to his genius and dar
ing as a producer, for it has set the
civilized world talking inasmuch as
it is now being presented in almost
very capital of Europe, after hav
ing achieved and recorded successful
-runs In London and Chicago, vary
ing in length from six months to an
entire year. The simulation of
every phase of a terrific electrical
storm at sea is reproduced so faith
fully as to appear almost as the real
thing. The deck of tho ship rocks,
timbers and masts bend and quiver,
the sails belly out with the fury of
the wind, the smoke from the fun
Ttiol, the steam from the valves flies
and all the time the shore line flits
by in panoramic fashion, making it
nard to believe that one is looking
upon merely a stage picture. Tho
flashing of tho lightning, the dash
ing of the wavtes the hoisting and
lowering of signals, the discharging
of the cannon, the lighting of a
"flare-up," all In truly nautical fash
ion are adjuncts which merely in
tensify tho realism. "Brewster's
Millions," however, is not all effects;
it is primarily a comedy and about
the richest and roost laughable one
produced in many years, its long life
in the large cities bearing ample tes
timony to this fact. Messrs. Cohan
and Harris have provided "Brew
ster's Millions" with an absolute
duplicate of the original New York
production and hnve cast it with a
company of comedians which em
braces among others Royal Tracy,
us Christie, Carl W. Gerard, Fred
Looinis, Louise Sanford, Franklin
George, Richard Webster, Arthur
Bramms. Den Wilkes, Katharine
'Kayo, Marie Horton, Morgit Lytton,
Gene Foxcroft and Henry Carl Lew
is. Seat sale1 now on at the box of
fice. Napoleon's Grit
Was of ihe unconqu? nolo, never-
oay die kind, the kind that you need
most when you havo a bad cold,
cough or lung rilceuse R-pfose
troches, cougu '.iiuna cod I'.vcr oil or
doctors have pll faiV-.l, don't lose
lieart or hope. Take Dr. Kings' New
Discovery. Satisfction Is guaranteed
when used for any throat or lung
trouble. It has saved thousands of
hopeleso sufferers. It masters stub
born colds, obstinate coughs,
hemorrhages, la grippe, crop, asth
ma, hay fever and whooping cougn,
and is the most safe aud certain rem
edy for all bronchial affections, 50c.
$1.00. Trial bottle free at J. C. Per
ry's. Grand Opera House
JNO. F. CORDRAY, Mgr.
SATURDAY JAN. 29
The Supremo New York, London and
Chicago Comedy Success.
-A. Dramatization by Winchell Smith
and Byron Ongley of Georgo Barr
McCutchoon's Famous Novel, and
Showing the Realistic
AND A GREAT OAST
Prices $1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c.
Seat sale starts Friday, 9 a. m.
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Economy Is the Road
My entire stock of shoes are reduced in
price to suit your pocketbook, Broken lots
must be cleaned out.
115 Liberty Street.
WAS A GOOD
Lived Happy Together for,
Years and Then Split
"I tried to get her to como back;
told her to select tho place aud T
would go anywhere in the world
with her, but she would not return,"
said John H. Brooks yesterday, af
ternoon when testifying in his own
behalf In a suit which he had
brought against ills wife, Mildred F.
Brooks, for the dissolution of the
marriage bond existing between
Tho action was just an ordinary
divorce case and tho statement camo
in response to an interrogatory, of
Brooks counsel, Attorney Kaiser, as
to whether hie had exerted any ef
fort to prevail upon his wife to re
turn. Brooks, according to his
story, on tho witness stand at the
time his wife left lived and was en
gaged in business in Sllverton, and
the two were living happily together
with their children. Then there
came a day when the wife became
discontented and dissatisfied and be
came seized with a longing to re
side in the capital city of the state
Salem. This met with the oppo
sition of the hsuband, but it did not
matter as the discontent and dissat
isfaction and yearning continued to
grow and one day she left him
left him never to return. That was
eleht. vears asro and vesterdav after-
noon the husband appeared in the
court of Judge Galloway and asked
him to dissolve the marriage bond
existing between them and to give
her the custody of the children and
her share of the property.
A Good Woman But
There was nothing sensational
about the case, but just a plain case
of desertion; just one of these cases
where differences oome up between
the husband and wife after they
have lived happily together and
reared a family and AVhtere they
finally decided that the man Is bet
ter off without the woman and that
tho woman is better off without the
man and apply to the courts for sep
aration. Judge Galloway listened
closely to tho examination of tho
husband by Attorney Kaiser and
when it was completed ho took the
witness in hand himself evidently
for the purpose of ascertaining just
what caused the wife to leave and
after propounding several questions
to the husband asked if the Avifo was
a good woman. "Yes," said the
witness, and the reply camo without
thlo slightest hesitancy; "yes;" he
continued,' "She is a good woman.
I have not a word in. the world to
say against hor character, but thoro
are lots of good people who can not
live together, and tho Judge was
evidently satisfied with the answer
as he excused him from tho stand
and after listening to some corrobor
ative evidence granted the decree.
Frank Bowerman, who managed
tho Boston Nationals part of last sea
son, has signed a contract with tho
Indianapolis team of tho American
A Sprained Ankle.
A3 a rule a man will feel well
satisfied if he can hobble around on
crutches in two or three weeks after
spraining his ankle, and It is oftcu
two or three months before ho is
fully recovered. This is an unnec
essary loss of time, as by applying
Chamberlain's Liniment, as direct
ed, a cure may as a rule be effected
In less than one week's time, and
In many cases within three days.
Sold by all good druggists.
A Reliable Remedy
Ely's Cream Balm
it quickly absorbed.
Gives Relief at Once.
It cleanses, soothes,
heals and protects
the diHeased mera-
brnno resulting from Catarrh and drives
away aCold iu thellead quickly. Restores
the Senses of Taste and Smell. Full fcizo
CO cts. at Druggists or by mail. Liquid
Cream Balm for use iu atomizers 75 cts.
Ely Brothers, CO Warren Street, New York.
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MAY FLY AT
Rose City Athletic Club Organ
izing for Aviation Meet
UNITXD TKKSH IJCASED WIRK.1
Portland, Or., Jan. 28. Tho Rose
City Athletic Club is today arrang
ing an aviation meet for Portland on
February 22. If the plans of tho
clug do not miscarry, Louis Paulhan
and Henry Farman and Henry Far
man and other notable aviators will
Max Mitchell, of the nose City
Club, has already received favorable
replies from Paulhan and Farman,
although Farman is in doubt as to
whether he can arrange to bo in
Portland on Washington's birthday.
If the Rose City Club's plans ma
terialize, the aviation meet will bo
held at tho grounds of tho Portland
Fair and Livestock Association.
February 22 is only a speculative
date, as the Rose City Club intends
to arrange a date to suit the "bird
men," and it may xhe necessary to
select an earlier or later day.
Bird M;m Goes to Salt Lake.
San Francisco, Jan. 28. Accom
panied by,. Mme. Paulhan, his me
chanicians, and his complete flying
paraphernalia, and carrying with
hi ma beautiful loving cup presented
by the "Ligue Nationalle Francais
of San Francisco," Louis Paulhan is
enroute to Salt Lake City today. Ho
is scheduled to fly in tho Utah cap
ital next Sunday.
The loving cup was presented to
the daring aviator at a banquet ten
dered to him yesterday. He replied
In a happy speech, expressing his
gratitude, for the honor done him.
FOR GIRLS WHO
A T0NI0 IS OFTEN NEEDED TO KEEP
THE BLOOD EIGHT.
Tho Ono Remedy Porfoctly Suited for
Them Is Dr. Williams' Pink Pilla.
They Cured This Stubborn Case.
Tho pallor and lack of blood so often
noted in thu cases of koIiooI girls as well
as young girls employed iu stores and
factories, if not corrocted by proper
touic traitmoal, may reasouubly be
couuted upou as a source of suffering
aud aunoyanoo until the ago of forty is
It indicates a lack of blood aud with
tho blood doiicieut tho growing girl cau
uot properly develop. It is a timo when
good red blood is urgently noedod and
tho fact cannot bo too strongly improssod
Tlio disease is easily rocoguizod by tho
yellow-green pallor, breatiilessuess and
palpitation of tho liourt upou tho least
exertion, and sometimes, butuot always,
a tendency to faintnoss. Tho ono rem
edy perfoctly adaptod for the euro of
this condition, free from opiates and
perfoctly safe under all conditions, is
that rooommouded by Mrs. D. Olaudo
Mathouy, of Feru Hill, Washington,
who was pormauontly curod by Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills. Sho says :
" Whou I was sevontoen years of ngo,
I became afflicted with aiieomia. Almost
boforo I realized it I was so sick that I
had to leavo sohool. I could not walk
any distance without being short of
breath. I had terrible dull headaches
which made mo sick to ray stojnaoh. I
didn't' have much of au appotito aud was
"The doctor pronounced my trouble
anajmia. I was under his oaro for about
two months bat did not get much help.
I had boon sick a long timo boforo my
father decided t6 havo rao try Dr. Wil
liams' Pink Pills. Tho pills helped mo
atouce, giviugmestrongtliand color. I
took several boxes of them aud was well.
I have boon iu good health since and do
not hesitato to recommond Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills in cases of anromia."
Two helpful booklot8,"DisoaseB of tho
Blood" and "Plain Talks to Women,"
giving more information about tho rem
edy will bo sent free on' postal card ro
qunst. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are sold by
nil druggists, or sent, iwstpaid, on ro.
ceipt of price, 60 cents per box; six
boxes for $2.50, by tho Dr. William?
Medioiuo Company, Schenectady, N. Y.
Stomach TrouLTe Cured.
If you have any trouble with your
stomach you should take Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver tablotB.
Mr. J. P. Kioto of Edina, Mo., says:
"I have used a great many different
medicines for stomach truoblo, but
And Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets moro beneficial than
any other remedy I over used." For
salo by all good druggists.
m fl TU MB flU n flfl FRENCH FEWIILE
A Ban. Cmm Uiuw btBmuoii)limnw.
NEVER KNOW TO Mil. fefci (.-,, Hji, i giU,
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hw riCrt tfwpiM rn. Ifjwi, nwbi dm tut
m fli i m
Tho Kind You Havo Always Bought, and which has boon
in uso for ovor SO years, has homo tho signaturo of
S? and hns been inatlo under his per-
g SJ&-?-Pr Bonal supervision, slnco its infancy.
-ftafyYt 'Ct4C'UlZ Allow no ono to deceive you id this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations nnd"Just-as-food'nro but
Experiments that triflo with and endanger tho health off
Infants and Children Experience- against Experiment
What is CASTOR I A
Costoria is a harmless substituto for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms
and allays Feverlshncss. It cures Diarrhooa and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
said Platulcncy. It assimilates tho Pood, regulates tho
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Priond.
CS&MUBNE CASTORIA ALWAYS
He KM You Haie Always Bough
Gn Use For Over 30 Years.
THC CENTAUR COMPANY, TT HUIMAV aTntlT. NEW. YORK CITY.
Thjo Hooslors will havo a Boston
battery in Llndman and Bowerman.
Camo Near Choking to Death.
A little boy, the son of Chris D.
Peterson, a well known resident ot
tho village of Jacksonville, Iowa,
had a sudden and violent attack of
croup. Much thick stringy phlegm
came up after giving Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. Mr. Peterson says'
"I think ho would have choked to
death had wo not given him this
remedy." For sale by all good druggists.
I H. William
1 51 -1 61 High St.
Grain, Hay, feed, Flour,
Seeds, Potatoes, Poultry
25 Per Cent Discount on
Regular $2.00 Pail , ,
Regular 81.00 Package .,
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
Portland's Popular fire-Proof
Our Rathskeller Grill finest dining service in city, with
Hawaiian orchestra from 6 to 12 p, m.
Most perfectly furnished, Moderate Priced, Modern
Hostlery in the metropolis of the Northwest.
ANNEX IS NOW OPEN
Our capacity has beon doubled and our bus will
hereafter meet trains No, 6, and train No, 12, limited,
Oregon Electric that arrive in Portland at 1 0f 55 a, m,
and 4:55 p. m,
M. C DICKINSON, Manager
u) ; i hi
m 1 I r m 1
no ono to deceive you in this.
JUDGING BY APPEARANCES
Of courso everybody does that, and
Laundry Work can't bo judged any
other way. Everything subjected to
our artistic treatment comes out as
olean as a polished surfaco, as clear
as crystal and as bright as a sum
mer's day. Articles washed proper
ly last twice as long and look twen
ty times bettor than goods badly
laundrled. Wo mako choap fabric
mnsqucrndo for something better.
SALEM LAUNDRY CO.,
Phone 25. 1.10-100 South Llbcrty( St.
Rev. I. .W Williams Testifies
Rev. I. W. Williams, Huntington,
W. Va., writes us as follows: "This
is to certify that I used Foley's Kld
noy Remedy for nervous exhaustion
and kidney trouble and am free to
say that Foloy's Kidney Remedy will
do all that you claim for it." Sold
by J. C. Perry.
Tillson & Co.) , '
Phone Main 1 39
Rex Condition Powders for
l i I 19 1 1 9 1 9 19 i
In considering making yur own
light, or cooking, why not cons'
tho F. F. Gas Machine and ' ,
Will soil and Install this ' una
and guarantee It to give ' 0 per
cent mora light for tho eai. ooney
than electricity or city gas. Let' mo
figure -with you, estimates furnished.
Call at my shop and boo tho light
and BtoTos in operation.
I also carry PXItO DENATUBK3)
ALCOHOL utilities. Safe, economic
A. L FRASER
Ph oho 186
858 8tatd St.
Salem's Old Reliable
Has been thoroughly renovated
from ceiling to bosemont,
Nickel plated racks havo boon
put in in place of wooden ones.
Tho woodwork has been enam
eled and a marble wainscoting
put' in. Drop in and look
Salem's most popular res
taurant, 362 State atroet. Wo
nevor close. Upon all night.
Wm. McGilclirist & Sons
Headquarters for Woven Wire
Fencing, Hop wiro, Barb Wire,
Poultry Netting, Shingles, Mal
thoid Roofing, P. & B. Ready
CI1AS D. MULLIGAN
S50 Court St.
Gold Dust Flour
Made by tho SYDNEY POWER
COMPANY, Sydney, Oregon.
Made for Family Use.
Ask your grocer for It. Brau
and Bhorta always oh hand,
i I P. B. WALLACE, Agt.
GREAT OH NESE DOOIOR
ju. M. HUM
has medicine which will cure any
known disease, iie makes a specialty
of and gu -ran toes to cure Catarrh,
Asthma, Lung, Throat, Rheumatism,
Debility, Stomach, Liver, Kidney
troubles; also any blackoned r
swollen soreness, broken limbs:
Smallpox, Epidemic; all kinds ol
Bolls, Lost Manhrod, Femalo Weak
ness, Hernia Troubles and Paralysia.
onsultatlon froe. Caro of Yick 81
Tong Co., Chlneso drugs and herbs
163 High street, upstairs. Salom, Or
V.v TUB lHAMONU I) KAMI,
ir or jt
l .'(HAM) PILI.K. to. Btt
yews known ti ttcjt.SXcst, Alwtn Utlltbkf
OVER OS YEARS'
Anyons (ending a Ketfh mt rtmcrlnll.in mr
qiiloulr MRortain our opinion, Uvq whet hor m
liiToiitlon It probubtr puicmnhla. Communlrn
llumntrictiycondUcMllnl. IAN0E0QK (JUl'atcuU
sitt fros. uldeat auenrr fur ifoirtiiir iHUeiit.
J'ttiriia taken liiroubli itunn A Co. rocely
lt(Ul nstkt, without clinrne. In ths
A ndomeir llluMr!! wMkl v. Tjret. efr.
rnlailon .( any ivi iiua i'uinml. Turwn, (a
ye iri four tuuntbs, U 6vJ J L7 il !wi!leni.
Salem Fence Works
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UNITCPMtPICtCO.,oT. UNeTra. .
Sold In Salem by Dr. S. C. Stin