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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALES!, OREGON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 00, 1007.
rers Exchanged JF the active liver of the cod-fish could beput into the place of the torpid liver ortheconsumptive it would mobablv do him a world I, ofood. Next Mst thin j is soft's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil. Almost at good as a new liver. The gttil power of SCOTTS EMULSION as a flesh-pro ducer proves that much of the activity of the cod's liver Is contained in every spoonful. AUDniftlittt 80e. and $1.00. J fril I II 1 1 1 i I It 1 1 II 1 1', IUSEMENTS 4-1 1 1 1 I M 1 1 I B I 1 I III I Audi tor11 m Rink. irlng to flro, closed for repairs Monday. Jrnnd Opera TIouso Dates. nday, Dec. 2. "Tilly Olson." kursday, Dec. C Mario Cahlll. snday, Doc. 9 Sarah Truax. Tho Vnudcto. vlns pictures and illustrated 'tfflv'SrdVTfiSE Kllnger Grand. lestwood Stock Company To- "Jack O'DlnmondB." First M. E. Church. icsday ovo, December 3 "Tho City,' by Philharmonic Socle- Salem. Murlo CnlilU'a Latest. iio following Is tho latest song vhlch will bo sung by Mario Ca.'thrIllod wtl cn,0tion yet contain-.boon liu .iiunjiiit, , uu iiu- h MUn.HK Mr. ITrtritf " FT'lti .rt- will bo given at tho Grand hou60 on Thursday night Do- lior 5: t-A Villi III STv Dimi.llllltl.lllimilll ,v --.. ... ..-,, ....... -- .-,. H',... (First Stanza nnd Chorus.) vas Just a clothing dummy, but tho swellest ovor scon; tils con thoro hung a logond, "Ain't I chonp nt 'eight flf- toon?'" , was Just n waxon model, but so r fair alio seoined-nllvo, - her sign rond "nlnotoon sixty," was mnrked down from do not know tholr own mothor-ln-' twenty-flvo." . Inw. tho rrntlomoii's dopnrtmont food Mils manly form all day ho nrrw to lovo tho lady In tha nh'o arrow tho way. rc'-rr.rd his miito nftootlon, day b Jay sho loved htm moro, at tho cloo of business ltd would sing norosa tha stere: Cherus: I wso hi, lovo you, lovo you. Pron r.u I no'or shall part; aro rn sweot, my honrt would brA In cnao I hnd a honrt; cou'l toddle, my lovoly modol, get a bottor roputntlon than by li av id marry you today, ,lng n good ohoral aooloty. Let the I hvo you, I lovo you, lovo you pooplo turn out on Tuosdrfy evening in my dum-dum-rummy wny nnd show their onoourngomont of Ills 13 tho song In which Marie III .... . i. f il.A in iri'ueu a SCnBailon III " Sho wrote tho words and Ic hrsclf, and will sing tho song n cho appears horo. 'I Lovo You in My Dum-Dum- romy Way" has bon 'termed tha a', ft nrkf tl.rk atinnl of her. -.wv frlu auU(tul vfc mv. . prlcus sonc numbers. Buoh 03 wry Brown," "Tlio Bamboo -- w '," 'JTho Congo Lovo Song" and y Hottentot." Wiiec&HILL "TiHy Olson." o of tho most amusing and dl DB comedies of tha season la clever Swedish, dialect drama ly OlSOn " If oil rannrta Am tt be leVd. It Trill ha ttntm In this city too Grand opera, hooso next Monday night. "Yon Yonson" t proved to bo ono of tho most succoss- nil conicdlos tvor written, and "Tilly Olson" Ib said to bo written better thnu "Yon Yonson." In tho now play tho central character. Instead of a man. In n vmtner a.,ni. ii ) ' " ""H unuuisu gin- n sort of Scandinavian SU HopklnB. Sho Is first discovered as a "bound girl" In a family of Minnesota farmer people, but through perse cution Ib forced to leavo and seek her fortune elsewhere. Sho makes tho city of Mlneapolls her Mecca and thoro finds employment and Inter distinguishes herself by preventing tho robbery of a bank and receive from tho omclaig In recognition of services a chock largo enough to en- nblo her to marry tho man of hor j choice nnd sottlo down on n modest farm. Tho slmplo story of tho plot jdooB not nfford nn Inkling of tho .comedy that Is brought out by the nuthor. "Tilly" has been made 1 moat charming and lngonuous char acter, full of dry humor and sup pressed mirth characteristic of tho Swedish nnture. Tho play Is In four acta and eight scenes and a flno cconlo production has been gotten up by Moosrs. Mosoa and Hamilton, tho scenic .artists of tho Droadway troator, Now York. If tho play goer has soon "Yon Yonson," ho will certainly want to sco "Tilly Olson." Almco Common, a talented and charming comcdlonno, will as sume tho rolo of tho fa r-halrcl mnidoti of Srmwiinnvtn. nmi Mm C0Tny will bo wholly capable to mum uiu luiiuirumuiiia 01 1110 iuay. At tho Klngcr Grand. I Wontwood'n Stock Company which la holding tho bonrds at tho Kllnger Grand theater on Stnto street has for tho past wcok boon dollghUug largo audloncos with tho thrilling four-act comedy dramn "Jack O'DIa- monds." Tho. pleco In a romnntla frontier story with plenty of dm- fntlo sccnos to keen tho audlonco iiik UI1UIIKII COIIIUUJ 10 l... ...!. 1 . .. .... liven tho Tho mom-'nil bcoijos nnd glvo variety. born of tho company nro woll sultod to tho various nnrtn which havo been nonliinmt Minni nn.l ixoimnl nn nnln.. iiomiivM .uuiii iiiiu fivnuia it Vlliut' tnlnmont which, tnkon u a wholo, Is far nbovo tho nvorago popular tl...n..l ...I.I.I. Int.. I.l priced production. Beginning Mon- 'day night tho company will prosont tho laughnblo comedy "My Mothor In Law." This production Is comedy 'from beginning to ond, being crowdod with lniignblo situations vwhlclubadly mix tho relationship of tho vhrlous porformont until thoy "Tho Holy City." At the rohwiranl of tho soloists for tho "Holy City" lwt ovanlng a gon- Momnn from the Knat 'heard Mis BomIo Gornollttg lug "Como Yo Bloasod," nnd said that she had ono of tho clonroat and boat alto voIcoh ho had ovor heard. "Why," said ho, "sho has a gold mluo in hor throar, If sho will only work It out." If ycai want to boom for Salem, remember that In no way oan a town homo -talont. "The Holy City" to M..uf.. l.AAiiltful ..nl.l nn.l llmf uuiuiy u uwuuiui uiuwuu, ijw our singers, under tho able dlroo- tlon of Dr. Herltngo, will sing It woll BO9 without snylug. Tlckots for "Tho Holy City" will bo on sale at Wllla" music store Gand Opcia House JOHN F. CORDRAY, STgr. Tho Sivctliali Dialect Comedy " TILLY OLSON " WITH AIMEE COMMONS AS THE FUNNY SWKIIR GIRL Supported by u Strong Cast I C03IBr DRAMA OF TIIK NORTHWRST Wnyeil Over 100 Night In Chicago SBB SWKET (SWIIDK) TILLV uiu.- "Sho llano so Yolly" Pricoo SO 36c, 21c. Soat Sale at box office Monday 0 a. ra. TO NIGHT! Westwood's Stock Company . At the KLINGER-GRAND Presenting the 4-act Western Com edy drama. Jack O Diamonds YOUR MONEY'S WUirm uuak- TEED. TiiJifrtratfid books. Bpeclaltie and moving pictures between actf. LIGHT WESTERN ELECTRIC MANUFACTURING CO., Has tho most complete lino of olectrlo and gas fixtures on tho Western coast, also a largo lino of portablo lamps, gasoline and sta tionary; Just tho things for Xtnng presents. To onablo tho pooplo of Salem to glvo such presents wo will glvo 10 per cont oft on anything In stock, as well as on houso wiring, for 30 days. You cannot afford to miss tho chance. Manday tickets. nnd Tuosday, Get your First M. E. Church Evening LJCC Jj U GAUL'S MODERN ORATORIO. The Holy City Given COMPLETES by "THE PHILHARMONIC" of Salem. Dr. R. A. Heritage, Director. Prof. T. S. Roberts, Organist. ADMISSION, 25c. Reserved scats, GO conts, at Willfe music utore. Tinio to Consider. A PlttBburg man who claimed that ho klllod 1iIh wlfo by nccldont white 'Joking Iuih boon sent to tho nonlton- Mary for 17 years. By tho ond of Mint tlmo ho may como to tho con- elusion that naturo didn't Intend him for a humorist. Washington Post. Cures Winter Cough. J. E. Govor, 101 N. Main St., Otta wn, Kan., writes: "Evory fall It hna my wlfo's troublo to catch n sovoro cold, and thcroforo to cough winter long. Last fall I got hor n bottlo of Ilorohound Syrup. Sho ubpiI It and hna boon nblo to slcon L.,,n,11.. ..II nl.1,1 Innra TIMinnntrnr UUUIIUlf (III llltjllb IUU5. Whonovor tho cough troubles hor, two or throe dosos stops tho cough, and sho Is nblo to bo up nnd woll." 25c, COo and -0. Sold by D. J. Fry. J o Gradually. First student How did ho get to bo n cbllogo prosldont? Second studont 0, by dogrooe. Ltpplncott's. o A Methodist Minister Recommends Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Wo havo used- Chnmborlaln's Cough Romody In our homo for sovon yoars, nnd It has always provod to bo a rollnble remedy. Wo havo found thnt It would do moro than tho manufnoturors claim for It. It Ib especially good for oroup nnJ whooping cough, REV. JAMES E. LEWIS, Pastor Mllnca, Minn., M. E. Church. Chamberlain' Cough Remedy li sold nt Dr. Stone's drug storo. -o- All itimr. "Yoe, boas tod tho fortune hunt Ing count, "all of our family castlea woro on high mountains My ancos-j 1 ... -,. ll 1l.1 .. l.liv l.1..nU " turn hk inw uii " "Indood!" ropllod tho wlso noireee, iHnd I oo that ywi tako after them.- Chicago Dally News. o There's No Ue Talking, you can'o bent Herblno for tho liver. Tho greatest rogulator over offered to suffering humanity. If you suffer from llvor complaint, If you aro bilious and fretful, Its your liver, and Herblno will put In In Its proper condition. A positive euro for consupaiion, uuiuuaucoo, Dyspepsia and all ills due to a torpid liver. Try a bottlo and you will nev er uso anything else. Sold by D. J. Fry. OREGON STATE BANK Jefferson, Oregon Capital $25,000 Best facilities known to tellable banking offered patrons. Jefferson is a good town, has good stores, good mills, a good bank, and good people. Come and see&s. Oregoc State Bank J. A. AUPPERtE, PrtsJdtat H. J. CAMPBELL, UP AND WAKE UP TO THE FACT THAT THE 245 NORTH LIBERTY STREET That Kind. "I never feel that I can pitch In and have a good romp with thoso Bullyon children. They aro always so fixed up ono has to liandlo them with glOV09." "That's all right. They're drossed kids themselves you see." Baltimore American. 0 Badly Mixed Up. Abraham Brown, of Wlntorton, N. f., had u vory romnrknblo experi ence; i. says: "Doctors got badly mixed up over mo; ' ono Bald heart disease; two called It kldnoy troublor tho fourth, blood poison, and tho fifth stomach nnd llvor troublo; but nono of them holped mo; so my wlfo advised trying Electric Bitters, which aro restoring mo to porfoct health One bottlo did mo moro good than all tho flvo doctors proscribed." Guar anteed to euro blood poison, weak ness and nil stomach, llvor and kld noy complaints, by J. 0. Perry, drug gist, 60c. Not Yet Cause for Alarm. Tho sun Is growing stondlly smaller and will oventunlly shrink to a Binnll gtobo. It howovor In only ahrlnklug flvo miles ovory 100 yoars, and ns Its prcsont dlamotor Is 300,000 mllos. ncrom prosont llvors noed not bo como nlnrmod over this sclontlflQ fact. s o A Good Liniment. When you need a good rollablo llnlroont try Chnmborlnln's -Pain Balm. It lias no suporlor for sprnlnn fe! swolllngs. A plcco of flnnnol itlihtly dnmponod with Pain Balm ?erlor to a plaster for lama iN or pains In tho sldo or cheat. lso ro''!ovoa rhoumntlo pains and mkos slsap nnd rost possible For Vlo at Dr. Stono's drug storo. -o- .Miist'iillno Ignorance. A young lady, who oftou thought nut loiid, hnd Just boon shown through n gnrtor factory. "Hohvoiib!" Bhe oxclnlmed; "00.- 000,000 pair In one yenr? I don't fioo where they nil go to." "Neither do I," roplied the young ninu, coloring slightly. Judge. p Ho Charitable to your horto as woll as to youraolf. You nood not suffor from pnlna of any eort your horses neod not suf fer. Try a bottlo of Dnllard's Snow Liniment. It euros all pain?. J. M. Roberts, Bakersfiold, Mo., writes' "I havo used your liniment for ton years and find It to bo tho best ( hnvo over used for man or beast." Sold by D. J. Fry. Not Understood. "What makOA you think somo woman find It illflloult to understand wibjoots like tha tariff?" inquired tho suffragette. "Tho froquonoy." nnsworod tho moro man, "with which a numbor of thom have reeently been caught smuggling." Washington Star. o I nln't foaling right today, Something wrong I must say; Como to think of It, that's right I forgot my Rocky Mountain Toa last night. For Bale at Dr. Btono's store. BOMRTW.Va TO lllw THANKFUL FOR Surely when tbero is plonty of roant turkey and mine or pumpkin pies for ovorybody. You surely will bo thankful when you seo our splen did array of Thanksgiving pies nnd cakes. Mtnco pies and pumpkin pies, such as mother could never make. Leavo your order early for a thick, luscious mlnco or pumpkin pie. CAPITAL BAKERY, O, VUom, Pro?, FfcoH MM. THE O. K. GROCERYl TURKEY SPICE In what His Royal Gobblor Hlghnoes Ib calling your attontlon to. SPICES STRICTLY PURE aro now on our sholvoB, and await your order. Wo guarantoo thom freshly ground and that each pack ago dollvorod will glvo porfoct satis faction. While ordorlng romombor wo havo a full lino of first class gro ceries. A. A. ENGLEBART, 12th St. Phono 122 Mteimtmnenmewm IGold Dust Flout Made by TUM fTDHSY FOW BX COMTAXY, Btdaay, Oregei. Made for fatally bh. i.k your (rooer for it. Braa ad tierte always on band. P. B. Wallace AGENT !Min)eimnPttftttanjB PU'UUIIjAlUWitl'JiWl-' vsovm t .TiC' 'AO: p - i Ji MwwmmmfflwwjiiiMwww FOR ill J. V Two good housos In suburb of Salem, ico orchard; also A good business a aplondid blacksmith and wagon and paint shop, with a good busluoss In full running order at tho prosont tlmo, Tho shop building Is a strong framo building with concroto founda tlon and baavy framo woll flnlshod, and would bo first class for a storo building, or warobouso or factory, or good boat landing, aad within, ono block of tho now liyed out railroad. Ono of tho raot beftutlful homes and buslnoss ocntlons In Salem. Will tako in ox chango as part payment a good small farm. Will glvo easy term and low lutorost for part. Farm to bo In Wlllametto valloy near Salem or Portland. Addr&ss corrospoudonco to DERBY & WBLLSON or Salem, Ore. iittiiitiiiilMiiitoiiifciiiiliiiiiiMlilllllijjMl i MONUMENTS AS THEY SHOULD BE MADE i Artlstio Designs Best of Workmanship, Purest of Materials y Order now for spring delivery. and modern for you, and sot 1 la Day. !! WILTON W. MARTIN ! ! 1 Works at 239 Liberty Strt al, Qftf, i OF SALEM HEALTH MENU FOR BREAKFAST Ornpo fruit, Paraloy omolot, Baked Potato, Hot cakos, Mapjo syrup Coffoo. Hot Cakos Uso Allen's Sclf-rMg Pancake Flour, mixed with water o-r milk. Full directions In ovory pack ago. FOR LUNCHEON Sjxillopcd onions, Gucumbor aalad, Brown Broad ennwIclioH, CooktW, Borrloa and cream, Ton. SandwlchCB Boston Brown Bred sliced thin and imrotit with butter. Mako brown broad from AUch'h IHmm ton Brown Uiefld lloHr. Dlrectl-om In ovory package FOR DINNER Soup Croam of tomato, Roast Iamb, Mint savfeo, aroon poaw, Miuihetl potatoe Loltuco salad, Salter wafors, Plumb pudding, Foam Bauco, , ., Frtilt, Nutfl. Coffoo, Plum Puiddlng Stir ono oup raU InB Into two cupn AIIcr'h 11o4h Drown Dreiul lour, and onoliftlC cup Now Orlonna molnssoH, ono cup owoot milk, ono ogg, ono toaapoonf ul cloven nnd ono-half nutmeg grntod. Steam two hours. Foam Banco Dlroctlona In ovory pnekago of AHen'u Boston DrowM IlrfHil Flour. Mlllllllllllllllllllllll REOPENED CLARK'S CANDY KITCHEN. Pniro and fancy candles npoclnlty. Will tench -tho trade and nnyono wishing to loam to mnko enndtoa will do woll to call at onco. Terms rea sonable W. W. CLARK 418 North Commercial erect. IIIHillllllllllllHIII l"K UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING MOST 8KRVICH cerPLun: outfit Only whlto hourao and liorsos in Marlon and ad joining 'couutlos. W. T. RIGD0N I. O. O. F. Bldg 450 Court St. SALE J Jk Mm Mmd i f GEO. B. JACOBS, R. F. D. 8, Salem, Or. -j Let us make something orlglaal ! place boforo next Decoration i 9KmS ri i :i t i'' iff m