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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OUEGOX. MONDAY, MARCH 30, 1008.
0 SB! AMUSEMENTS. Grand Opera House. Wednesday, April 1. Mannor iBg In "Glorious Botay." H Saturday, April 4 Horse show at Salem. ', ', AHditoritim Roller RlBk. ' Morning, afternoon and evening nosslons, TIio VftHdctto. Moving pictures and illustrated ongs, evory afternoon and ovcnlng except Sunday and Monday after xoons. Tlio Nickclodlon, Moving pictures and illustrated jwngs afternoons and evenings. TUESDAY HER 'JONAH DAY." Mrs, A. IF. fituUmuui, of Marsh field, Victim of Mucii Hard Luck In One Dny. GRAND OPERA HOUSE JNO. P. COllDRAY, MdR. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1 The 8enonV Theatrical Event. Bam S. & Leo Shiibcrt, (Inc.) (North American Amusement Co. proprietors), By spcclnl arrange ;ont with Mr. Jas. K. Hnckctt. offer MARY MANNERlNG "in" GLORIOUS BETSY Tho Jtomnntlo Bouapnrto Story. Scintillating wit, bright llnon, su perior company, suporh production. Prices; $2.00, $J.00, $1.00, 7Cc, 60c. Scat flulo at tho box oltlco "NVodnosday, 0 a. rn. JllAItY MANNEItINC AH "flLOIIIOUS III3THY." " (Goos Bay JIn"') Tuesday is Mrs. A. H, StauBtnnn's "Jonah Day." If you don't believe It, read this summary of hard luck that she en countered the dny before yesterday: Someone broke ithe windows out of her launch nnd sunk It, causing $50 or 75 damage. Her cow broko Joobo and was placed In tho city pound, reqnjlring $5 to get her out. Her potjnbblts broko out of tho cago and at up a neighbor's garden? incurring their wrath, Her son fell off tho North Bend dock nnd almost drowned In tho bay before ho was rescued. All camo )n rapid succession but even fato couldn't ovorcomo tho cheery good nature of one at Marsh field's most ablo and l"flt known business women. Sho Immediately set to work righting things nnd Wednesday brought a turn, of af fairs that moro than offset tho griof encountered theday before. Tho damago done to the boat Is alleged to havo been done by mis creants. Mrs. Stutsman Iiiih a cluo to tholr Identity and Will hnvo them punished for tho contemptible trick. Tho laiunch, which Bho recently had rebuilt and waB about to namo tho "Eminii Francis," was standing at Tom Howo'fl dock. The windows voro broken In and tho crnft sunk In such a position that a log nearby would hn,vo crushed in tho cabin had It not boon for tho tlmoly dis covery by Tom Howo. Tho craft Is bolng ratbed today and until then, 'ho oxt.-iit of tho dnmagds will not bo known.' o PAYS TRIBUTE? TO SENATOR FULTON An Eastern Oregon Paper Stands Pat for tho Senior Senator. (Moro Observer.) ' Whethor President R'ooscvelt liked It, or rhether ho didn't like it, were Incidents that did not influence Sen ator Charles AV. Pulton, of Oregon, Avoid Secret Stomach Remedies IJccniLso Most of Them Contain Dangerous Ingredients, Which Produce the Drug Habit. Thousands of people, having dys pepsia or stomach troubles in somo In his work upon very Importnntjform, continually "dope" thomselves Tho coming of Mary Munnerlng in tho now American play, "Glor Joub Ilotsy," by tho author of "Brown of Harvard," etc., to tho Salem opora houso Is an event of moro than ordinary' Interest, as It will mark tho first appoaranco horn of Miss Mnnnorlng In hor host nnd moat BuctfoHsfu! play, Tho Shuboit Brothers havo glvon "Glorious lift By" a magnificent Hotting and sconlo investiture, which tho ploturoitqua and highly (olored llfo of tho porlod moke pOifclhlo. This now play has for its central flguio that radiant hollo of yester. dny, Botsv Patterson, whoso beauty and ambition nmdo for hor ono of tho moat romnrkublo careers over at talnod by an American womnn. From tho position of a Baltimore hollo, whoso wit, prldo and rather daring independence made hor tho admiring comment of all fanhlanahlo Boclety In Amqrlcn,.Hho sprang sud douly Into International notlco by her marrlngo with Joromo Bona parte, tho brother of Nupoloon, Just nt tho tlmo when ho was proclaimed Kmporor of tho PronoU. It Is at tho Springs In Virginia that Betsy ilrat moots Captain Ilonu purto, who weary of tho noodloss round of ontortnlumont and adula tion ho has rccelvod uh tho guest of tho American nation, has travujud to this out of tho way placo Incogni to, and for whatever romamia ad venture might appoal to a youth of nlnetoon, full of high spirit and away from restraint. Jerome becomes Infatuated with tho reigning bollo. Hotay Iuttornn, and inanagog 4o havo himself em ployed during hor stay thore o glvo her leaeans In Frenoh. netsy Do Not Croud tho Season. Tho first warm dnys of spring bring with 'them a dcslro to got out and onjoy tho oxhlllrntlng air and Btin shine. Children thnt havo been hoiisod up all 'winter nro brought out and you wondor whoro they all camo from. Tho heavy winter cloth ing. Is thrown aside and many shed tholr ilnnnels. Then a cold wavo somes and pcoplo eny that grip Is opldemlc. Colds at this season uro ovon moro d'nugorous than in mid winter, as thoro Is nwich moro dan gor of pneumonia. Tako Chambor lnln's Cough Bomdy, howovor, and you will havo nothing to fenr. It al ways cut 08, and wo havo nevor known a cold to result In pneumonia when it was used. It is ploasant and enfo to tako, Chlldron like it. For sale at Dr. Stone's drug storo. o COFFEE Your grocer must sell roor coffee; we can't all be comfortable; but he needn't sell it to you. Your crorn rtlurm your money II you don't like gcbllllof' IU.I v, pay him. measures recently before the senate. Mr. Fulton Is spokon of ns the In tellectual peer of any man In the senate, and in spito of indignities heaped upon him by Roosevolt, Hitch cock, Heney and other persecutors, of high" rind low degree, has secured national recognition that Is an evi dence of superior worth In congress. HIb career as senator has been that of a man entitled to recognition by tho people of tho nntlon. but because dt tho relontless n,nd unjust personal warfare waged agalnBt him, ho has hod a hard row to hoe, but to his credit It must bo admitted, oven by hla most unprincipled political ene mies, thnt ho has at last won honors which will abido with him. Honey, ono of the vilest dogs lot looso to hound people, under pay of tho nation's treasury, has1 taken a "suggestion" from tho President It Is reported, "to drop further attacks on Mr. Pulton"; Instead of wanting to seo our senior senator wiped off tho map, so to npcnk, as had been his desire, Mr. Roosovolt is now well satlsflod with Mr. Pulton. It Is re ported that this understanding bc twoon his "excellency" and otir sonn tor camo about through tho stand taken by Mr. Pulton on a numbor of Important mnttors. Without consul tation or advlco on tho matter with Roosovolt, the lattor found Mr. Pul ton was with him when ho needed support on sovornl Isbuos. Tho effort to rocovor tho railroad land grants wan ono of tho principal factors, Mr. Prilton's railroad amendment to tho Intorstnto commerce law a third, with other mutters In whloh tho oxocutlvo Iiiih boon nbRorbod. Now that poaco has boon doclnred along theso linos It Is hoped that thoro will bo no further lntorforouc.' with Sonntor Pulton by tho President of tho United States or any ono of his hirelings. Mr. Pulton has bon dogged nnd worried to tho vergo of madness by their onslaughts for years, which makes tho success which has attondod his efforts all tho more roranrkable. And now that Mr. Pulton hns to loavo his seat In the. soiuto and conio homo to Oregon to rofuto tho ifes nnd Blnndors told nbout him, his po litical onomles will say that ho should stay thoro and attend to tho peoplo's business. Title H very nlco talk, but with all Borts of secret tonics, drugs, pills, cathartics, etc., which not noly inflame and irritate tho stomach and Intestines, but in .many cascn cause the opium, morphine nnd cocaino ahbits. You havo a right and should de mand to know what any medicine contains, beforo you take it, unless it is put up or recommended by somo reputnblo physician. Fakes and quacks will jmit .most nnythlng into tholr useless 'stuff bo ns to want more of It, until it makes you tho victim of some drug hnblt, which will ruin your health In a short tlmo. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are not a secret remedy, they don not con tain Injurious drugs, and they are recommended by thousands of phy sicians In the United States and Can ada to th.elr patients for dyspepsia, catarrh of the Btomnch, and nil other stomach troubles' resulting from im proper digestion of food. Theso wonderful tablets actually digest food because -thoy contain the very elements that are required of a healthy Btomnch to' properly digest food, thus acting as a substitute und giving tho overworked digestive or gans a rost and a chanco to regain their former hoalth, strength nnd vigor. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets con tain fruit nnd vegctnblo ossonces, tho puro concontrntcd tlncturo of hy drastls, and golden sonl. which tone up and strengthen tho mucous coats of the stomach and Incronso tho flow of gnstrlc and other digestive Juices; lactose (extracted from milk); mix, to strengthen tho norvea controlling tho notion of tho Btomnch; bismuth, to nbsorb gnnoi and provent fomen tation, and puro nsoptlc popsln (gov. test) of tho hlghost dlgostlvo power. All of thoso nro Bclontlflcnlly incor porated In thoso tablets or lozongos and constitute a comploto, natural, spoody cure for any Btomnch trouble Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets aro Bold In largo flfty-cont boxes, by all druggists. Wrlto us for a freo samplo pack age This samplo olono will glvo you sufficient rollof to convlnco you. Addross P. A. Stunrt Co., 1C0 Stuart Bldg., Marshall, Mich. We Are Hunting For You watch epal Work and n. We want to tell yoiu that wo are hunting for your Ing, jewelry repairing, specinl order work, optical graving. Perhaps you hunted for' us and failed to find us- ,, 8ot into tig hands of some 'unskilled workman; thad your work overcharged. - Our work wlllspleaso you, as It has and , Pieas thousands of satisfied customers. We havo a most skillful and efficient workman In charge watch repairing, and In Jewelry making and repairing equally prepared to copo with tho simplest or most difficult promptly. JOHN G. BARR COMMIT The Store of Quality Corner State and Liberty Salem, Oregon N. B. It has tho finest stock of goods outside of Portland ud nt right prices. No troublo to show goods or quote prices. Huie Wing Sang Co, Big Stock of Goods at Great Sale This Week Wo ninko up nil kinds of wrappers and white underwear, waiitui BKiris ami icimonns. ah Kinus or. silks nnd dress goods, shoes, gn and ladles' furnishing goods, comforts, blankets, suits, coati,' pitu overalls, cninnwarc, matting, trunks, ornaments, silk handkrrhle!i neckwear, embroidery, lnco, etc. I $7.G0 Bilk skirt, salo $6.00 $9.25 silk skirt, salo .... . $0,125 7. GO long silk klmonns ....$5.00 $1.25 short 'fancy klmonoB ..00c 2. GO lonk silk skirts $1.75 20c ladles' bono, salo 13c 35c fancy hose 25c $1.50 wrnppors $1.25 50c underskirts 25c $1.50 white skirt, sa'o ... (lie $-1.50 bost underskirt, tale $1.00 drnwors, salo .. .. 20o yard goods, salo ., ,, GOc yard goods, salo ,. . 15c yard goojs, sa'o . . 10 yd embroidery, sale 15c laco if 75c silk, salo if We aro moved to 32G North Commorclal street, first store north i tho east side. Moved from old stand on Court street. I CHINESE and JAPANESE BAZAAR, Salem, OregH be comes Intensely Interested In hor tutor, but hor pride and ambition fight HKultiHt acknowledging that sho could love a man In wiah an In ferior position. SUo coquettes, with htm. however, as sho duos with half a doxen other; she leaves tho Springs ignorant of Jotomo's trim wntcncTlt) and deeplj offended witi him boitu of hi refunal to no- coiupnn hor party to llaltlmore, whoro hUkkaU preparation wure, bolng made for tho reception of Cap tain Bonapnrta, It Is hro ut au elaborate fat glvon In his honor, that Betsy first dtMOVore that her tutor and th inuQh tlkl of brot'a r of Nuuuloon aro unv, Prevloua to this dUeovory, hor prld overcome by tho ardwtit wooing of hr sup posed tutor. Botsy has ooHtwwod her lovo for him. SALKM HIGH SCHOOL DEKKAT8 TIII3 OIIK.MAWAR In an exciting ton-Inning gnmo Salem high school opened Its baso hall season Saturdny, dofoatlng th Chomnwa Indians 10 to G. Salem had 4ho bot of It up to tho 8th In ning whim tho Indians took a spurt at batting and -tioil tho scoro 6 toil High school failed to scoro in the 9th but shut out tho Indians In th last of that inning. In the flrat of the 10th with two down high school put four men ovor tho plate, winning tho gnmo, not an Indlun retching flrat in tha last, Inning. Tho fenutro of tho gamo was "today Keono's pitching for 'the high school. Qnly throo hits were inado off Ulm to, ton hits made by tho high school. This being tho lltrtft gamo and the team not woll or gnaUod. i9 hoys did not glv tho support to Koone'g pitching that hi U Nerved, hut oxpoot to ho woll or gaultud in n short time. o - WAKTHD TO wtohangs h pnrn blood Poland China hoar for an other of lh same hre4d. linquire W. 11 Bgan. P. O.. Gorvals. Route 2, or phone, Mnriutr 3G. 3.30-1 w Mr. Pulton owos It to hlmsolf, and his friends nnd to tho state, to make this dofonso. Ho has wrought n splendid work for this coast, and for ono tho Observer will not stand to see that work destroyed and tho builder snorlflcod for any other man. There Is not a state in tho union that has moro Important and varied Interests to conserve than the groat Btato of Oregon; and if our conten tion Ix tnuo, It follows that Oregon should hnvo a roprosontntlvo In tho fltnato who Is ablo to cope with tho tromondouv problems that present thomsolvos for solution. A mnn who oan socuro result; Mr. Fulton is that man. It is detrimental to any state to bo shifting and vacillating In its congressional personnel State of tho union rocolvlng tho hlgho bone tits from legislative provisions are the states that retain their members in congress for tho groateet term of years. .Wo trust that voter will weigh thoso subjects nt the primarlos next month and let no faction of this party, or any othor party, load thorn by political whims ofny kind, to black ball Mr. Pulton, whom no man has ever made a bottor record la con- greeu, and out of it. When a now charter for this city Is framed lot It bo framed by tho pooplo themselves and bo open for discussion In ovory ward boforo It Ib adoptod. Instead of fourteen aldor mon lo thore bo ono from each ward, and three elected from tho ally nt largo. Or hotter still, let all seven be elected nt largo for tho whole city. o- I TEA Good tea, close price. There is no other way to build a good business or keep a gfoocl business. Your grcict rtura your money H you don't like Shi i...hk t li we iy tun. Rheumatic Pahw Believed, B. P. Oroeker. Keq., now S4 yeors pf age, and for SO years Justice of tho peace at Martlnsburu. Iowa. Isays: "I am terribly attlloted with They are betrothed and Uu rV0,uUo euNW""" Ry toft arm of tho nlay tells of tha afrniB nf.fH r,J,u " nav "sod lreo " - ..,-. . .- . , "Ml ...1 -. Itaco Suicide as Pruoldent Uoosevelt calk It Is not nearly the menace to inoreaio in ppp ulation that donths among Infant are. And olght out of ton of these deaths are dlreetly or Indirectly' oaused hy bowel troubles. McGeo's Baby llllxlr ouree diarrhoea, dysen tary, sour stomach and all Infant ailments of this nnturo. Just tho thing for teething bahlee. Price '2b and 10 eeuts. Sold by all dealers. Knpoleon'a agents to prevent thelt marriage, .their fruitless voyage, to Prance, where Napoleou refused to allow Betsy to laud and the final happy triumph of the lovers. Miss Mannerlng lms oarofuUy e leetod the supporting compauy and a perfect performance u assured At the lira ml Opera House eday, April bottles of Chamberlain's Pain Balm and It did me lots of good." For sale at Dr. Stone's drug store. Medfard has ordered Seventh street paved with bltulUhlc. O t&ntb ITOI11A. IMltfrlnUaanBM ... ... Bm vu j? muwmm Bicycle and Other Animals Take Notice. The iKiiiuiliuaetar Is ow ok duty to wruet vloUtors of the city ordl iam In the matter of bleyeltaba. dog, horeej, eowa. wle, ehlokeps and any and all other tkat may oe- our. Call and (My the lieeiuM on; your dog. V A. MOORI2S. 1 3-2S-31. Recorder. I n To Cir Cold In One Day, ! Tako LAXATIVE BItOMn niiin!n Tablets. Drnpst-ta "-efund mnnnv if it falla to cure E v nnnvws Many Many Useful Sponges Some have been purchased ts "pnlnl for tlu tolltt. oth es foi the bath; then we hno largo number of small and Vi-r cheap ones for th slate aud still othees of an exeeptlnally good qualltj for tho horse and carriage. h Is surprising tho numln of uses to which a spong ,s put, but we have taken tl. s into consideration und lut made our selection from on of the choicest Hues vo hav ever examlaed. If ou aie la need of a sposge, no mater for what prpce, we can sup P'y our wants and are fully conMuced that we can save yon mouej, .J examine them and se if e are not right RED CROSS PHARMACY 101 Commercial St. 'Phone 144 Yd Candle Power "Economy" Electric Lamps 15 Cents Each Highest Efficiency Lowest Prices ELECTRIC FIXTURE & SUPPLY COMPANY 245 N. Llhcrtv .St. Phone 263 BREEDERS' HORSE SBOff Saturday, April 4th, SaleMg FARMERS' PRACTICAL EXHIBITION Cash prizes, merchants special prizes, slaillon Wrt prizes, valuable cuds etc, FOR ALL BREEDS OF HORSES, (pure-bred and grades), ,sl mares, colts, ponies and Jacks; two. three and four-Mw teams, roadsters, saddlers. 1 you own good horses show them at Salem, April 4, wish to sell here's your market. For premium list and information, address L. K. PAGE. F. A. WELCH, Pmcuont Secretary. I I wlUtlll r HEADY TAILOREDTCLCLTMES FORiWELL DRESSED feARTIwl -' jt .wy w Jf n I a" ' v-wfi . &sirA i Si i f IS' P.M lK IAS PRICE .41 on TO 4fl slguaturo oa each box. 25c CL m"mmmttmmaumammmmmuaim