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DAILY OAMTAL JOUmTAL, 8AUJM, OBEGOtt, MOHPAr. NOVEMBER 18. IBM.
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All the Rage
AH the Cfa'se
At Our Storo
"hot CHOCOLATE
IOB CREAM SODA
"hot amoER snow"
DAINTY LUNOIIES
OYSTER SALADS
SANDWIOHES
PULLER & DOUOLAS,
Barm's lending grocors, bakers and
eonf illoners, dM-IOO, Slato street,
phonos, Grocery IBB, Confectionery 187,
, Dill Pickles we now In.
Wmr) '
I I II i H IH! II H M Ht-H-H-H-
Grand Opera House
JOHN F. OORDRAY, MgT.
H-M-Hinni miiiiiiriiii.
Tuesday, Novembor 14th.
KANE, SIDPMAN & OOLVIN
New Amsterdam Theater, New York,
Present
ROSELLE KNOTT ?n
Ami the Criterion Theatre,!. Y., Co.,
in Charles Majors' and Paul Kester's
romance of chivalry
WHEN KNIGHTHOOD
WAS IN fLOWER
25 ORIGINAL CA8T 35
Complete scenic environment for live
acts, including original fnrnlture,
scenery, and brie-ubae associated with
iti long run at Criteron Theater, New
York.
Prices, Me, 50cc, 75e, 1.00. $1.50.
Seats on ale at box office Tuesday at
Hi. in,
NO BETTER CIGAR MADE
For the Price Than the
TASHMOO
It is a Salem mado cigar, and there
li ccjoyment in every whiff. Try one
-you will llko it.
SPECIAL
COUNCIL
MEETING
1 1 it n t n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n n t
Grand Opera House
JOHN r. OORDRAY, Mgr.
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WEDNESDAY, NOV, 15
Twenty-Eighth Annaal Toar
RICHARDS
&
PRINGLE'S
Famous Georgia
MINSTRELS
i(V FAMOUS Af
"FUNSTERS u
Crowd draw crowds and we draw
the crowd. Watch for big street jm
rode. Prices 75e. OOf, 25c. JSeat sale
at box office Wednesday at 9 a. m.
FALL
CLOTHING
Cold weather is just around the corner. From now on this store i will
be the Mecca of Men, Boys nnd Children wanting heavier wear -ft the
winter months. -A gathering from tbo boat and f oromost a""'" ors
of high grade, dependable Clothing, Habordasborj and Hats. Tho supe
rior stylo and eloganoo of tho stock, for which this storo J. i noted, fa
4?ovidVnce on ovfry hand. BUttW&nX 0U. A1TD dORRBOT
rURNlSHINQS AT THE LOWEST PRICES POSSIBLE. On this basis
this sttfreTollelU your trade. Always think of us as th storo most
likely to please you.
Salem Woolen Mill 5toe.
O. P. BISHOP, PROPRIETOR.
1 KUIViWHAN.- KOfcH CO Wjv
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TONIGHT.
Edison Vaudovillo.
MAJORS
GREAT
NOVEL
When Kniuhtliood Was
Flower Staged Tuesday
Night at tho Grand
in
A special mooting of tho tlty coun
cil was bold aUsrdny ntgtiT for tbo pur
j io of noting on the eolleotfon or
l nJing of aseeoswMt for the South
( ommerelnl street Improvement, Not lee
of the levy of aMccjiissnt, to bo legal,
n,uit bo Blvea property owners at least
tn days before the levy, and, to
avld delay, a special meeting of the
cvuneil was called. ,
Nine eeunellmen were present at tho
meeting, On motion ef Hughes it was
ordered that notices of assessment be'
ent property owners In the Improve
ment dlitrlet. Those liable to aeeeso
inttt wlll'theu have the option of pay
There arc ginger worms nnd
red-pepper bugs queer board
ers that hnve to be looked
for, not In Schilling's Beat, but
In making It. There arc eggs
of these queer boarders, too
small to be killed by grinding.
Don't keep spices warm, or
they'll hatch.
IIIIIIIIMI IIIIIIMIIII III
New Edison Theatre
0. A. WILHON, MOR.
HaIom, Oregon.
I I 1 I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I 1 I I 1
Anouncement
Having purohagod the BTni Meat
Market and moved the same to
277 OoBMnareial street, I wish to
aaaeuaoe to the people of Salem and
Marion eeuntyi that I. have my mar
ket eteeked with all kinds ef fresh
and- salt meat, and) invite a share
of your patronage.
Remember the place.
M. S. FLETCHER
277 Commercial Street
ICdise Theatre Program, commenc
ing Monday, November 13th.
BOD riTZSIMMONa,
The boxing kangaroo, In a boxing eon
test.
. HOWE tt EDWARDS,
In a fashionable playet, nMfated by the
family monkey, "Why Brown Was
Bine."
MJBB KATHERINE HOWE,
In a monologue entitled "WltleUms,"
lag the amount in cash or having it
seenred by bonds drawing an interest
not greater than 6 per cent,
Tho money for the Improvement of
tho street, $10400, Is new doe, wind
m sooty m tbo Wnrron Construction
Company, which has the contract, com
mono oa work, payment In various
amonaU will have to be made tho con
tractor. The Warren CenMrnotlea Company,
In Ita contract with the city, guar
antees to complete the work within t0
days from tho ISth ef September. Al
most two third of that time baa
paesed, bnt the company has not com
menced work. However, the company
state that, oaee it commences, the job
can be done In lose than SO days. The
work of preparation, such as the eon
troeUea of the rook enwber, and the
building of a oar line for the transpor
tation of rook to the city, has taken
up a eoneidorable portion of the M
days. This part of the work is now
completed, and the oraeher is at work.
Boa last ilother.
"CensnmpUen rons in our family,
and through it I lost my mother,"
writes B. B. Bold of Harmony, Me.
'For the past five years, however, on
the slightest sign af a Cough er Cold,
I have taken Dr. King's New Die
oovcry fer Consumption, which has
saved me from serious lung trouble."
JUs walker's death was a andtosa far
M5Id, bnf he learned fliafc lung
tgublo must not be neglected and
hew to cure it. Quickest relief and
euro for coughs and colds. Prise 50a
and $1.00 guaranteed, at J. 0. Perry's
Drag Store. Trial bottle int.
An Attractive
Woman
May heighten even her natural ceme
lmess by the tasteful use of jewelry
such as tho pearls, rubies and gold neck
laces, earrings, jeweled combs, rings
and novelties which always adorn our
show oases. Something bere to suit
every taste, something here to suit al
most every purse handsome watches
and silverwear.
C. T. Pomeuoy
Jeweler and Optician
3 8 State St., Salem, Of,
Mies Iteseile ICnott, who appear as
"Mary Tudor," In Kester's dramatl
nation of Major's great novel, "When
Knighthood Was In newer," Is one
of the moot talented ami beautiful net-
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of the day. In tbo opinion of
some of tho greatest, critics in tho the
atrical world her portrayal of tho mad
oap "PrinooM Mary" excels that of
Jnlta Mariow, by whom the play was
brought out. Miss Knelt Is possessed
of just the naturo ucccesary for tho ex
acting requirements of the part and
her nblllty to shade nnd repress is re
markable, considering the various emo
tlens, at times violent, again bright
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hood, she m called upon to Interpret.
At tho Grand Opera House, Tuesday,
Xovemher 14th.
Georgia Minstrels.
Don't make the mistake ef the old
proverb, "Don't wait until tho horse
Is stolen before putting n lock on tho
stable door;" don't wait until after
Wednesday, November IStb, which Is
the dale of Richards li Prlnglo's Geor
gia minstrels, andl tlton. nnyt "I wish
I bad gone, ns overybody said it was
grout." Go nnd buy your tickets right
now and be right. All tbo good things
In minstrelsy will bo served in a pal
a'tablo manner. Tho pnrado will tako
plnoo ht Ui30 each day.
Bob PJtnslmmoHs' famous namesake,
the wonderful boxing kangaroo, will
be the star attraction tonight at tho
ltdlson theatre. The marvelous ability
of kangaroos to light In regular manly
fashion Is well known. Bob FitMlm
mons is peer of them nil. He Is a btuU
noes-like flghter, knowing And observ
ing all the rules of ring etiquette. Af
ter ho baa denned the gloves, his one
object is to score a knock-out. Ho
fights In a cportaman-llko manner, man
ner, however, and has never been
known to etr'ke a foul blow.
Mowe nnd lMvwrtla, In a fashionable
pUylet, "Why Brown Wnn Blue," arc
port ef the bill. They are assisted by
n clever acting monkey, which, while
intensely comical, la almost human in
intelligence.
Miss Catherine Howe la clever, and
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JAMES B. HOWARD AND THE GDEBEL MURDER.
Tbo long flght for life waged by Caleb Powers nri.BnA ,. .. .
the murder of William Goobol. revived wSZ S tl tlTjTna
the Kentuoky mountaineer who la now serving a life term S ??ri &
name murder. On bis Orat trial Howarti wan . inced to dJth 'r to-?
swgfflE be "8a ta oo,iY19ted' rd ufo &&& ptja
who have a verr lively raODologue on
UUed "WiUoisms." There Trill also
be an ontlrely bow illustrated song,ud
a series' of moving pictures.
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MADISON SQUARC GARDEN, N. Y.
TIio Now Yorker fairly liven In lit
Dress Clothe. It I admitted lie
wonr the flnost In tho world, tfo
will hot tolerate tho slightest fault
or misfit. Me don't Itnvo to, be
cause ho wears a DRESS SUIT
labeled
fllfiSd Benjamin 5 6
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