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5 "rr- AH the Rage All the G?ase At Our Storo HOT CHOCOLATE IOE CREAM ROPA HOT OINOER SNOW DAINTY LUNOIIES OYSTER SALADS SANDWIOIIE3 FULLER & DOUOLAS, Salem's leading greecrs, bakers and confectioners, 4ofl-4lK), 'State street. Phonos, Qrooery IBS, Confectionery 187. Now Dill Ploklee are now la. CHOP SUEY at .the The Chinese Restaurant 163 High Street, Upstair. First-olnM in nil nppolntmonts. A place for ladles and genllomen to get all kinds of Ohlneso dishes and tho fa tnous Li Hung Chung Chop Buoy, and Ynknma. WUEY BEN LOW ft CO., TROrB. Of oeure If women ws't moke bread their ftunltles suffer. But why ekeufcUft every women learn! With Wild Mows mmt nM a lit Ik Judgment, failure Is ImHOaolWe, -w '"k 4-n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 n ; n 1 1 1 i-t- Grand Opera House JOHN P. OORDRAY, Mgr. 1 1 1 1 1 i n 1 1 1 1 1 u 1 1 n 1 1 n m Friday Nov. JO The New York and London Semi Musical Comedy Soceees of the Past Sft01ft Jules Hurry's Comody Company Including MISS ALIOS JOHNSON la The Marriage of Kitty Wltk MR. HARRISON J. WOLFE as Sir Reginald ImlMre Prices, Me, BOe, 76e, $1.00 Seat sale at box onleo Friday, 0 a. m. wmamxyum 'Jul : I I I I I II I I III I 1 I II I I I 18 I i I I New Edison Theatre 0. A. WILSON, HOB. Salem, Oregon. 1 1 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Program beginning Thursday, Nov. 0, 1006. Performances at 7il6 and 8i-J5 Lola Tnrploy, Pianist. BRUCE it COOPER, German Comedians. HARRY MOYER, Illustrated song, "Rack Among tfae Clever and tko Pees." IEQWE8, Oemle Conjuror, BABY OWENS, Tke Juvenile Wonder. Life of Kit Carson en the Kdlsono scope. Matinee every Saturday at 1 p. m. William J. Ireland, ef Hwgeue, Is suing Albert J. Ward fer 1I,(KK) for tlie alleaatlea ef hie wlfo'e affections. The ease U being tried- la tbe Wugoue clreult court. Tke Ireland reside on tlte McKeusle, a little way from u gene, and Ward is a Umber cruiser, who baa bee boarding with them, Tbe ease Is sawing a good deal of iotor est. o.a. m x o xi x.a. Anouncement Having purchased tke Hunt Meat Market and meved: tbe same to ST7 Commercial street, I Irish to announce to tko people of Salem and Marion county that I have my mar ket stocked with all kinds of freak and salt moats, and invite a sbare of your patronage. Remember tko place. M. S. FLETCHER 277 Commercial Street PHIUHKMIHBNIMMMMMIH AMUSEMENTS IIPJBIiaBSIIHBIlBIIBlUIIBII TONIOHT. Tko Oraiid Tho Mnrirage of Kitty. Rdison Vaudeville. Tko New Bdisen, Indians of two kinds, tbe naked sav age who tisod to scalp and fight, and tbe modern kind adapted to tbe come dy stage, are to be soon at tke JMUon thlc week In all tbe glory of tbelr war paint and feathers, It is an Indian skew. Moat wonderful of all tbe redskins are tboee shown In the motion plottiree. Kit Carson's life hi the subject, and a stirring sorioa of incidents are pie ttired. Tho fights of tbe renowned freUeranMN bw escape and other adveatwro of bis border life are real Utlealiy reproduced. Tho other kind of Indian light u oemle campaign with members of Bof fale Bill's company Their excursion lato war are exsruosaUagly funny. Two Oermaa eomsdlans rival Weber and Welds la their dialect. Their aet la full of fan. Howe, the magician, la wonderfully adept at hie mysterious tricks, lie proves tho truth of the old saying, "tho hand la quicker tkan the eye," tUxtj Meyer's new song is "Back Among the Clever and the Bees," It contains a groat deal of charming sen timent that well expressed. I KUU'NMHAN ft DSCHER CSiSx BBv ' ' ,J ieiiiiwwijiMWSi 1 1 I'll an Ml III HI Ml fl wpjBajSsowsswsgsjhSMpM n , , , , - .m us wg H . . m anjjej DAILY OAP ITAL JOURNAL, OALEM, OREGON. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 100S. Ir1 AJwJU CLOTHING Cold weotker is just around tke eornor. From now on this storo will be tke Meeen of Mon, Boys nnd Ohildron wanting hoavror wonr for tko winter montks. A gathering from tko best and foremost manufacturers of higk grade, dependable Clothing, Haberdashery and Hats. Tko supe rior style and eleganso of tka atoek, for wkick this store is ntJJ in evidence on every hand. SURB-TO-FTT CLOTHING AND CORRECT FURNISHINGS AT THE LOWEST PRICES POSSIBLE. On this basis this storo solicits year trade. Always think of us as tko storo most likely to please you . Salem Woolea Mill Stoe. 0. P. BISHOP, PBOPRD3TOR. WILL BE MAR RIED TONIGHT Mill II 1 1 111 II II II II IM; i: PERSONALS in inn ii in iiinmmw1 Kitty Extends an Invitation to "All Salem to Attend Hex? Wedding Jules Murry'e eoceellent comedy company, including Miss Altse John son, well remembered In tkla elty through her nppearnnoe en the local stage In connection wltk some of tke best entertainments we have ever kad, this and Inst season whorovor present od. livery detail of this dainty eomo dy ha won tke highest pralso from educated tloatergeers overywhoro. It Is splendidly east this season and Its wit, humor, satire and repartoo give entertnlitttHMit and amusement in fuller " BARKBBPBRS TO LBT. Bill Anderson Has Two to Lease for 60 or 90 Days. Sill Andorsoa, owing to the exceed ingly dull season, telle s be has two barkeepers to lease th either W or M days. They are both expert mix ers, either for lemonade or polities, are young, good-looking, and have good tooth, when will admit of their being fed cheaply. While they will be let go at reasonable prices, ane has a magnifi cent bead of hair, slightly inclined to 1 1 pink which mv! 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Wellfence vetat oat buildings, f ih oak timber t balanc Ise. I I -4 miles ftoi Sty. Good Getman I " .' r .. me given 11 ptircnaser J. P. R 1 booked to apiear at the Grand Op ore, noose tonight in "Tote Marriage of Kitty," ke sprlgktly, wholesome comedy which has made one of the biggest and most sensational hits of measure than any other similar travel ling organization. It is as oven, sat isfactory (performance, that will snrajy b enjoyed by all classes ef tkeuter-gers. PICTURES ON THE WALL Waller Morley was a Gervais visiter Tjicsday. If. A. St. Barle, of Albany, is la tho olty today. J. 0. Kellogg nnd wife, of Sydney, oro in tho olty. Miss Kato Frnnkonburg left today for Ban Frnnclsco. Mrs. Osenr Johnson Is spending n fow days with Portland friends. Mrs, IVnnb Lonnon Is 111 with la grlppo at her homo in South Salem. Mrs. Bay Gilbert went to Ifugeso today for n short visit with friends. D. H. James, of tho House Furnish ing Co., Is a business visitor to Tort land today. W. It Harberd, of ICanons Olty, Me., is spending a ftvr days in looking over tkls vicinity. K. . Wlllkme ant) wife, of Boattle, are guocts at tko home of a brother, I). II William, of this olty. Jasper Smith, of Besotralc, and Har vey Crawford, of Zena, havo entered tho Capital Business Colelge. Attorney J. A, Carson returned last evening from Oregon City, where he had business In Judge Mcllrlde'a court. Mr. and Mrs. Frank, O'Brien, and ohildron, John and Kathleen, ef At hany, nro visiting relatives fer a few days. Carl II. ITann, who has been tho guest of his brother In South Salem, returned to his home In Portland yuiterilay afternoon. CITY JEWS A Colloction of Important Para graph for Your Consideration When in doubt s to what is good to oat go to Farrlngton'a moat market. A Sftlom man and1 his wlfo wont oat to spond tho evening nt a neighbor'. Tho man bogan talking at onoo, nnd kept it up atoodllv. "If you Intend to bo tho wholo'ahow," his wifo Bald, "I might m well sell tickets." Baby; sloerm and grows while mammy rests If Ifolliater'e Rook Moontala Too, Is glvoa. It is tho greateset baby modloino over offered loving mothers; 33 eenls, Tea or Tablets. Dr. StoMa'a Drug Store With' ehwf celling nt M easts a doz on and stfll golg up. the Salem Auni 1ythai kH-a bunok of six fr a den kens, etABda a ohance of pelting a boiled egg or hh omlot sMouatoRully, r1theut having to 4mw tho bo from the bank. Tkoro's no beauty in all tko land That oan with bor faeo compare, Her Una' aro red, hor 6jw aro bright, Sfao tnkn3tooky Mountain Toe, at - V night . Dr. Stone's Drug Store. Slnao Cevorner Ohnmberlain has Is-suftd-'hls '!llanksgtving proclamation, I tho ehlfikons. ireoso. dti&ka mhiI tnrVva Mis ltdna Jonw, wko has been the Mavt begllJI te ,jv u ttn(j k, Jl0tlc guest of Miss Grace Blneman for sev-j cral days, has returaed to her homo nj,. Obstinate constipation, Indigestion i. . I" tml disorders aro permanent Bey B. F. Bowland, of PorUand, y CHrea Uy taking Ilolllster'a llocky preolding older of tklc district of the Meunlaln Tea, U cents, Tea or Tab M. K ekureh, returned to Portland thia Utl. Dr. atono'n Drug Store, morning. p W. a McKee and L. II. Bonder, of pu .TBUPn.i ,i...-,i l- t.. .Kugsne, oame down this morning to lunt il uw iiai- ...t i ,J. . .m .. .- ... ' "Ww " wwrmwf irT9 WV H Wfinh U n,BW. w,. W(IMJ1 gW9 ms arter. the slough, Cke fieh kve quit biting wt John Giosy, of tho Statesman, went to Aurora this merning to attend tho funeral ef his niece. Mlw Krause. who died Wednesday. Mrs. Louise, Ryder, mother of Mrs. A M. Clough and Bldridge Ryder, is very ill at her heme ea tho eorner of Oak and Broadway. "The Marriage, of Kitty" company arrived on the U o'lok train and tho ceremony will be performed at the opera bouse tonight. Mr. and Ms, Johnny Roberts Ictfc, inw morning far a visit to Albany and Bugepe, Mrs. Roberta ia still aujriHng from at attack of rbeumaMsm. wutt Sblpp went to Portland this morning, and will stoy over" for tko big ivttiiMji game tomorrow afternoon be- tween Willamette and Multnomah. Mrs. T. D. Pord, of Portland, who lEoif uuoeaoeioutlp yet, th'a troth that nha nl at nra ta nf !,. l.ll.. 1 form-of art, taji.t indeed art at all, faVji!?' u ?" being borne in upon us. Wo perceive J vormty. roUAnLl tn ,. v-.! HI . . .... i - -- wiw iuu I mi .... I oy oaice an aay and never mlw & 'o4ko. j You oan all do It. and fc ' "wnonsirauen eviry day from 4Wy tknt pleturoa oa our floora aro morning, out of plaoo, and the solo of tho dog. I The women folks in btwn are taking much interest in the cook working at the Ifeenemy Store. A farmer told a Journal man today that he wasn't in favor ef good roads "If tho roads are improved," ho sold, f'tho farmers will come to town and neglect their work." - Wult Low saya tho rata ho prodietod for tho Ilk or 6th blewod ever, but we wiill hove, .sow dajp ejvtamorrow To tho Ladleo of Salo, Don't wise the Oako D?mnst ration nt tho Boanomy Store, 17f Oomwerolnl St'relt, opposite the Yokohama Tea Store, with tho new system. , They never grease the mold for nv kind of a oake. They do not light the fire until 1ho oako la in, the oven. hedooked rog and 4ho rose-besprinkled KtMntf Z "f .. t. ...... . . ... l pitching Piles produeo moIturi T aeejining. Wo stW onlov the '., .m u. , ' S tft 4 . .. ' ,7" w -w ..t. ....a luiui. am wall ma " ' " x-. ... u. a. DHHrL .iTnn , w. MO -" " .M There should be a harmony between the room, its una. and it decoration. Oae idea should pervade each wall-bv Alflfiiul Aiutda lk?Am A...A nl.4...A oA1ft ' . a s.?noT ol rZy TndonT wl " Zl V ' J?r t. Piles' ! - tor sale. but it boa something to say. Perhaia'i thL. n TV V1 ,K' ' , 7 VT' aoo, Roni- oa uoraor j "soo how beautiful are'Hoa on ur wii. , , , iii our wa aa to eoe a real ono y oyoe hair how oweot smile!" next to her tho pile of fish, froefe caught, may speak either of stream and lake, or of planked ekad; tbon. there may bo a message of peace and love froat a nativity, audi beyond it a pair of levoro oa a Venetian canal, and a soft twilight showing the beauty of oombined violets and grays. These pictures speak their messages as insist ently through tho language of color nd lino as wish audible voices, their clamor dulls our ears to tho subtle harmonies of art. This sort of artistic hash served In our homos morning, noea and night has given the whole generation such a fit of ufriotle iadl. gostioa that it has lost all sense of faate, Ustl . 11 t j tvrwmas about our roam TV n v. M buildings, where, ia splto of many mistakes, the a'rehiteoture is generally bettor tkaa la our homos, wo no longer consider tko picture as necessary, or evea desirable. Wo reallxo that tho beautiful walls would bo olweured by, having tMngo hunK upon them, while good construction will be enhanced by frescoes and. wall paintings. Paney tho Boston publio library with a row of gohMramod pictures replacing tho frloze of tho Prophets! Though wo we that those decorations aro more beautiful than detachable pictures, It has not yt occurred to ua that wo can have tho same sort of things ia-our hoins.--Majtha S. Bemiley la The lai dependent, " " IMO-lt Josenh Hume, nt 1l,nn in. . or . Jt Z't'nt 3!f a '"JA '! f' 1U Pts a pool of about , T, V J-'" "' Wta w ines or tno bst hops la I4nn mo about your case. Dr. Bosahlo, wunty, and la being Interviewed by bU&" Pa "HWno of the firms who havo orders. Ho a, " 7." "0 "5 on kis way to Portland After reaching a depth of 867 feet, wnq. the attempt to secure artesian watex in ' a th - " the Southern Pacific yarda at jj I A Dtartrow Calamity. has been abandoned. Tho attempt cost a dieR8tr0U8 calamity, when you tho railroad eomnm ,,.. i.c lo$ your health, beeausa lnUna.in. and your health, becauso iudii?ostIo uouaupauoa nav sapped it away lilt ralla . . v. i . k . . railroad company about $1542, ' Grants Pass sower bonds . mpt relief can bo had li T.i irj.-t- amount t $16,000 have been sold to a V?W Ut Piils- u" P year Chicago firm at a considerable Breml. gef tlvo rga aad cure headache, urn. The money will be ns,l r . dizziness, cojic, conatiDstioB. n tending the sewerage system, in that aBtee? Rt J' ' pe7'a drugstore, 6?. 1 o . I yo save you a big eUver doUar itead ti 1.. a," .-k "::: Tw - ?. The Bugene Lumber Comnw t i Dan- t , 18 eUv?r d0M 0I PI05 its plant. It now carries at. Ltr,V7, ? P-te tko .same W SSJS November 11th, 'I Play ad for Mrtl,la. . T I'-ST'?9 W 4 away with, the Qld wir cable.