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DAILT CAPITAL JOTTZ5AL, gALZM, ClEGrON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1913.
TAGS rZ23L u il 11 Saturday Specials FINDS IS EX-CONVICT OF ME JLiLd li tJ Specials wii fit . IX&mfi jfmiiMwrnm SI - "THE PEINCE OP TONIGHT." Is it possible for a musical play to be overburdened with, girlsf One review er has complained that there are too many pretty girls in the chorua of "The Prince of Tonight," and that, in con sequence, his attention was alienated from the theme and the principals of the attraction. Certainly LeComte and Flesher, always contrive to enhance 4 their offerings with unusually attrac tive choruses, for they realize that beauty is only skin deep, and the girls in "The Prince of Tonight" have also fulfilled their qualifications in sing ing and dancing. Tom Arnold heads the important cast of principals in this great musical success, which will be seen here Monday, November 10, at the Grand. The book and lyrics are by Adams and Hough, and the music by Joseph E. Howard. Among the many song hits introduced are "Hor Even Are Blue for Yalo," "You'e a Dear Old World, After All," "I Can't Be True So Far Away," "Can-It Be Love?" ami "To liifrht Will Never Come Again." Much praise has been accorded the scenic production, which has been built with a lavish disregard of expense. ANOTHER COHAN AND HASBI3 SUCCESS The success of "Get Rich Quick Wal lingford" naturally paved the way for "Stop Thief." Both pieces are written in the same amusing veing and acted with the same rapid fire style. The Carr family about to celebrate a wed ding is keyed up to the highest pitch of nervousness and excitability. The bride's father is hopelessly absent-minded; the prospective son-in-law believes himself an incurable kleptomaniac. In- Christina Burdoon was granted a de cree for divorce by Judge Kelly yester day from Joseph Burdoon on the ground of cruel and inhuman treatment. The plaintiff testified that Bhe married Burdoon without knowing the defendant very well and afterward found out he was an ex-convict. She also testified that the defendant took possession of a heritage amounting to $250, which was handed down to her by German relatives, purchased an interest in a local saloon and afterward lost the in-.and single standard of morals; "safe terest and money by reason of his and sane" instruction in sex hygiene, It Is One of Subjects Taken Tjp At Seventh International Purity Congress In Minneapolis, PRESIDENT OF FEDERATION REVIEWS WORK OF TEARS Importance Of Publicity and Necessity of Government Aid Is Urged In His Address. uMtTio rain uiuo iui . Minneapolis, Minn., Nov. 7. rA high OLIVE VAIL PLEASES. Aided by a capable company, Olive "Vail Btarrcd in "The Girl From Mumms" last night at the Grand. The production iB classy and amused tho au dience from tho start to finish. BOOSTERS AT MEETING (UNITED PnH88 LEASED WIRB, Cirants Pass, Ore, Nov. 7. Five hun dred dolegntes from tho commercial organizations of southern Oregon were hero yesterday in attendance at tho convention called as a result of the cdford meeting in October. The special train brought 110 each from Ashland and Medford, 68 and-a brass band from Gold Hill, 17 from Rogue Fiver, and others from every town nlong the line. Sixteen are here from Rosoburg, a doz en from Glendale and smaller delega tions from other towns. V Ml ': .-' " I ': ' ... ' ): ' ,t;V t 7 IX: ) . The Dancing Eight in the Musical Comedy, "The Prince of Tonight," at the Grand Opera Houne onday Night, No- venibeT 10. TRENCH WINE TO COST MORE. UNITED I'RESS LBASBb WIRE. Paris. Nov. 7. French wines, it was declared today, will cost more this winter than ever before because the wine crops in tho district of ilurgundy :are ruined according to government sta tistics published today. Owing to too much rain, tho grapes huvc tailed to ripen and milldow hits Bet in, injuring not only the fruit but tho vines also. Winegrowers have boon reduced to the extremity of asking financial relief from the government. to this interesting household a new maid gross and unreasonable use of intoxi smuggles a professional thief. Valuable eating liquors. articles, jewelry, bonds ami etc. begin to disappear, only to be found in the pockets of the millionaire kleptoman iac. Tho complications that ensue are County Attorney Ringo, who took up his duties yesterday, appeared in his first ijaso yesterday morning when ho represented the state in tho divorce pro- many and mirth provoking: The police POedings brought by Mrs. JW.oon. "Mr. uro called in and the crook arreste threatens to expose the kleptomaniac liingo investigated tho case thoroughly and advised Jiulgo Galloway that if r.mu.y compromise is reacueu ana half of what MrH, uimloon Baia waB the farce ends by a tripplc marriage. true vU shoul(1 be Kiven tho (livorco. One year iu New York is the wonder- .Jmlfjc (lolloway issued an order com ful record of this non-musical play ami peeing the defendant to pay $15 a during the entire run appenred before month to the county clerk for the sup capacity houses. Col'iiu and Harris port of the two minor children, the is are sending the same perfect company sue of the marriage, and production to fill the engagement i m at the Grand Opera House, Monday, Just because a man doesn't drink is November 17. no sign ho isn't thirsty. f..l,r.. i(t .,!, .,.,:i :,.:.. oconoinic and moral reforniB as will con serve the highest in character and life" were some of the subjects to be dis cussed at tho Sovenlh International Purity congress which convoned hore today for sessions to last bix dayB. Nearly a thousand delegates and hun dreds of visitors arc attending from all parts of the world. Tho congress is being held umlor tho direction of the World's Purity federation, and the speakers are of international promin ence in the work of social and moral reform. 13. 8. Steadwell, of La Crosse, Wis., president of tho federation, in his wel coming address at today's opening sos sion, Btruck tho keynote of the congress Vests and Tights Union Suits Sweaters Manufacturers' sale of women's Women's and misses' elastic rib- , Women's and misses' heavy all and misses' hand finished vests bed knit union suits in finest wool ruff neck sweaters in 'car- and tights. Special 35c. quaUty of cotton. Special 75c. dinal and oxford. Special 3.98. NOVEMBER SALE COATS SUITS II DRESSES , . ! Silk, cloth and party dresses, all Women s and misses' coats, all Women's and misses ' suits, all at at reduced prices. Special $6.98, at reduced prices. Special $10.00, reduced prices. Special 15.00, $9.98, $12.50 $15 00 $17 50 $15.00, $19.75, $24.50. $17.50, $19.7. $24.50. $24.50. flj ' Richardson's Linens at Reduced Prices afA .QUALITY v cr, - Vtotrt JTfltCT 6CTWtCH JTATt COUOTj I- I! POfULAi V mn HCRCHANDISE PRICES when ho pointed out that for tlilrtoon years the World's Purity federation has been steadily at work combatting the white slave traffic, tho social ovil, and kindred evils, without tho accompani ment of ' ' sensationalism, notorioty-seok-ing or hysterical methods." Tho federa tion, ho explained, has been seeking for years to put beforo the public, static tics and cold figures on vice and the social evil, not merely to doelnjm against such things "but to sot right minded people to thinking how best to remove the evils which exist, prudes, whito slavers, corrupt politicians, and Owes nerlife to This lung Medicine The niaunfiicturcrs of Mckman's Alter-atlvi-, a niwllilne fnr Throat and Lun affection, n-nrct thut all aunVrers of these aurlous Irnnhles do not take tha trouble to Investlicnte for themsclvea whut tills meitlelnr hus aecnmpllahed (lur ing the iniBt iitwn years In a nuuiher of cases, ltvnd this: ., , Orlfflth. iJike Co., Ind. "Omtlemen: About September 10, HKM, my mother-ln-lnw wan tnkeu nick with Catarrhal rneuiuonla, which devcloned Into Lang Trouble. In January, when Kev. Wm. ItTd, of 8t. Michael's Church, at Sch(rcrvlllo, Ind., prepared her for death, he recommended that I got Eck ninn'a Alterative, and seo If It wouid not give her some relief. The attending lihyslclnn declared sba had Lung Trouble and was beyond all medical aid. Ho I Immediately hail llev. Wm. Merg to send for a bottle. I'rnctlcnllr without hops for recovery, I Inalsied that alio try tha .Alterative, which he dlil. I mn glad to say that she sonn began to Improve. Now, she works aa hard as ever, weighs twenty poimcU heavier than she ever did before lie took sick, and la In good health." (AlhdHvIK JOH. OltlMMKH. (Above abbreviated: more on request.) Kckman'a Alterative haa been proven by many years' test to bo. moat efllcacloua for severe Throat and Lung Affections, Mrovchltls, Ilrenchlal Asihma, Htuhhorn Colds and In upbuilding the lystem. Contains no narcotics, poisons or habit forming drugs. Ask for booklet telling of recoveries, ami wrlto to Rckman laboratory. I'hthnlctiihla, Pa,, for evi dence. For sale by all leading druggists J. C, Perry, Druggist. Wit -w vf? "v v.. '4 : " h I WT-'! mm. jm. r ft' : N i (' t j V: CONFtDINQ THESECRErijjDitiG PLACES OPTim VALUABLES TQTHE CWOtS15ftvffifi1iF" THE LAMES OF THE HOUSEHOLD MAKE! THE' DEPREDATIONS OF THAT WORTHY EASY pEACCQPUSHMENT. itJjJitJIl.jitwi.iii)iiiiiMiwwiiiiSMtr g over-sonsitive persons to the contrary." Kspecinl stress was laid ou tho import ance of publicity in spreading the knowledge of these conditions "no mat ter how much it hurts the Bensibilities of somo, and despite violent opposition from certain organizations and cliques" in order to arouse the public to full realization of the necessity for de manding goveruinen aid in reform. Some of tho prominent speakers sohodulod are Congressman Richmond Pearson Hobson, Alabama; Stanley W. Finch, spocial United BtatcH commissioner of tho Department of Justice to suppress whito slavery; United States Senator William S. Kcnyon, of Iowa; 1,'atliorine Hooth Clibborn, daughter of the luto Gon. Hooth, Kuglund; Dr. Koshava Dova Shastri, of India; Mrs. B. F. Carroll, prosidout of tho Iowa National congress of Mothers; Barrott O'llara, Lieut.. Clov. of Illinois; Rov, J, N. McCorm ick, Ilishnp of Western Michigan; Rab bi Rudolph Coffee, Pittsburg, Pa; Dr. Kmma F. A. Druke, Denvor; Prof. T. W. Shaunou, Marietta, Chio; Kato Wal ler Bnrrott, of Washington, D. C; Miss Kate Davis, of Wilkesuarre, To. and Ir. K. C. Jenkins, Omaha. M ALONE GETS JOB UNITED PlItHS LKASRD WIB1. Washington, Nov. 7. That Dudley field Mulone will be appoiutod collect or of the port of New York, succeeding John Purroy Mitchell, successful fusiou enudidato for mayor, wtis aunounted from the whito house this afternoon. HEAVILY I'INED niraeu muss uubbd wikb. 'Kan Francisco, Nov. 7. August Lus inchi, editor of LaFrance,' California, convicted Augilst 21 of criminally lib eling lit'oti L. Hey, wa sentenced today to pay $")0() fine or serve 250 days ia tho county jail. Judge Lawlor denied Lusinchi's motion or probaton. Protect Yourself Aahfor ORIGINAL GENUINE tu W J . ?;4 The Food Drink for all Agci Otien are ImitatioM 1 fcM.llsSWWsiiiaM Imi i p ii j y IMPORTANT The Portland Mausoleum Company have under construction in City View Cemetery, Salem, one of the most beautiful and substantial Community Mausoleums, of medium size, erected in the United States. An opportunity is afforded a limited number of families to purchase compartments in this perma nent burial monument. The cost is less than the "old way," and provision is made for perpetual care through the endowment fund WHY NOT PROVIDE "THE BETTER WAY?" Salem representative room 301 Hubbard building. Phone 239. MR. HENRY PECK AND HIS FAMILY AFFAIRS - jyjGrossj i n s 1 r 1 1 y- v 1 HENRYJR.5AY5 f goshJ Here's a Twwate.irsez. all WEol ace scAPec, To VeeXH of a mouse vcu IP) N AVJFOL Boo3 IF I CMT MA6 CfbB of That fact y S4D) n ATTiow ip The A TcAriT coie 6ack: at oup ua9V Burrs ' E 0Lp LAspy BuT ,H SHE'Lt- J If 5E6 A 1 I ; qps Ui All I 00$ To vim