The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, February 26, 1919, Page 6, Image 6

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    IMPRESSIONS OF METZ BY FRANK H. S IMONDS IN NEXT SUNDAY'S JOURNAL
Brotherhood Attested f - s 1
There wh no mistaking the tone in the voices of 'those great
crowd. It was not a tone of mere erecting, it wai not a mere gener
ous welcome ; It was the calling of comrade to comrade. President
Wilson. , '
.-:.- Tfc . Treparatloa
But Christes love, and his apostles twelve.
He taught; but first he folwed it him solve..
. Chaucer.
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t
Silver King' Is
New Feature
At Liberty
William Faversham Starred in
Story of Mining Camp
in the West.
Unrim SILVER KING," starring: wu-
Ham Faversham, on tne new oiu
at the Liberty today, deals with the ad
ventures of Wilfred Denver, an Engllsn
country squire, who Is ruined by a sup
posed friend In revenge for cutting him
out in the affection of beautiful girl
whom-Denver marries. - Years Iatr
Ware Induces 'Denver to bet all he
owned upon a Derby race, the result be
ing that he Is impoverished. When Den
ver hears Ware floating over the suc
cess of his scheme, he goes to the lat
ter'S bouse at night with the intention
to kill him. but Ware instead is slain by
the leader of a band of robbers.
- Denver is suspected of the crime, but
'he evades arrest by fleeing to this coun
try and he amsses a fortune in a West
ern mining camp. His wife and friends,
as well as the police, believe him to have
been killed in a railway accident and
v when he reappears In England under an
" assumed name, exciting events ensue.
'Denver's innocence of murder is estab
lished and he is reunited with his family.
Mr. Faversham Is supported by Bar
bara Castleton. who plays opposite to
-him: Warburton Gamble. John Sunder
; land and other well known players.
Hart May Take
Rest for a While
: "W. S. Hart, who has withdrawn his
name and support from the Hart-Chap-lln
- Plckford - Fairbanks - Griffith "Big
Five" combination, has made no plans.
Instead of eagerly accepting the offers
from the producing companies held so
temptingly in his direction, he has given
considerable thought to taking, a much
needed rest The Hart contract expires
in Tniv and after that the bad rood
man wants a vacation in fact, says he
is going to- grab it before he goes and
gets himself signed up by any producing
comoany.
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Army: of Vaudeville
: ' Actors Still Idle
New York. Feb. 26. From 8000 to
10,000 of the 20,000 vaudeville actors
In the United States are unemployed at
present, according to Patrick Casey,
manager of the Vaudeville Managers'
Protective association, who testified be
fore a federal trades commission inquiry
started upon the petition of some of the
performers.
According to the witness, there are
907 vaudeville houses in the United
States, and when all of them are open'
they employ from 8000 to 9000 actors.
He said the organization he represented
had settled many controversies and had
helped to '"uplift" the profession.
Here's One Way
To Break Into M. P.
Denver, Colo., Feb. 25. If the di
rectors give you the "double O" and
say you'll never be an Annette K ai
leron an n ; if you've passed the mile
stone that makes It Impossible for
It has that
ripe tomato Q
flavor
ii till r 1 1 ii'm r. i
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WILLIAM FAVERSHAM in "The Silver King," a photo
play of the West, is featured on the mid-week change of
program at the Liberty. Mr. Faversham is supported
by Barbara. Castleton, popular beauty of the screen. . .
Hark to a Song of Thorns
test tatttie.ttt
"Music in-the Bush" Is Good!
A group in Rose City park made a dis
covery Tuesday night They are not
sure whether the result will be to devas
tate the rose bushes of their thorns or
whether it will .merely revolutionize the
talking machine industry. But where
songs have been sung about the rose and
its beauty, and perfume extolled, this
Rose City park group made the thorn of
the rose' sing.
Which is the smoother, the needle or
the sting of a bee 7 The lancet or the
thorn of the rose? These were the ques
tions that led to the experiment. Under
the microscope, it was asserted, the
sting of the bee or the thorn of the rose
will appear perfectly smooth but any ar
tificial point will be, in comparison, dull
and rough. Then why shouldn't the rose
you to make Mary Plckford jealous;
if you're built , too much on the bunga
low style oxer tq give Tbeda Bara a
run for her contract ; if all these things
and several more stand between-, you
and movie fame, there's a way out.
Buy your own company, elect yourself
president, build a studio, hire a press
agent and go to it. -
That's the advice of Mrs. Gretchen
Wood (Countess Stoefel), wealthy Den
ver widow, and first woman, movie
magnate of the Rocky mountains. Mrs.
Wood admits that her craving to ca
vort before a camera prompted the
organization of her company and the
building of the biggest studio between
New York and Los Angeles.
.
It costs Holland about $3,000,000 an
nually to maintain Its sea dykes.
The choice of my
Ask yonr
the high
flavor-- the purity of every
thine that bears the Dkx. Uontb
label. He knows the kind of people
who bay Del, Monte Catsup in
preference to any other relish and
why.
Accept his judgment and try a ket
tle of dei. monte Catsup on your
table. Serve it with hot or cold meats,
fish, came, salads aad. in seeps ana
gravies. Use it with left-over foods.
There are a hundred ways in which
the delicate ripe tomato flavor of
Del montk Catsup wSl add sett aad
variety to every-day meals.
Once yon realise itrmany delicious
possibilities yon will understand why
so many housewives cannot get along
without it.
California Paddng Corporation
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on Francisco, CalLfo
thorn reproduce phonograph tones more
smoothly than the steel or fiber needles?
Why not?
A member of the group went out into
the parking and gathered thorns from
rose bushes. He Inserted a half tono steel
needle into the base of one. He placed
in position. Alma Gluck's "Sing Me to
Sleep," which has many soft high notes
both of voice and vioiin accompaniment.
The result was startling. The thorn of
the rose reproduced the high, thin, sweet
notes exquisitely. The lower tones were
fuller and richer. The whole selection
was rendered with a delicacy and a fidel
ity to grace notes and overtones that
gave it through the thorn the fineness
and beauty possessed by the flower. The
Rose City Parkers Intend to lay aside all
the thorns when they trim their rose
bushes.
William Russell
Featured "Today at
Columbia Theatre
William Russell in "Where the West
Begins,", a photoplay of virile drama, is
the feature on today's change of" pro
gram at the Columbia. "The Garbage
Queen," a two-reel comedy and a Mutt
and Jeff cartoon are the other numbers.
Eileen Percy Is Russell's leading wo
man in "Where the West Begins," in
which Russell does some big acting in
the role of a range foreman. The star
has plenty of opportunity for wild rid
ing and six-shooting.
best customers,
Madam"
grocer. He knows
quality -the fine
F 1 .
TomMix'sLatest
Thriller at
Strand
"Masked Marvel," Wrestler,
Agrees to Throw Any Contender
in Fifteen Minutes.
MUEXX ROARIN' REFORM," Tom
1 Mix's newest photoplay, opened
this afternoon at the Strand theatre.
Tom's newest, spectacular stunt fea
tured in this picture is a leap, on horse
back, from a balcony of one building to
the roof of another, and a plunge with
his horse through the roof. This horse,
by the way. figures prominently in the
comedy as well as the thrills of the pic
ture. The play deals with the evil spirits of
Tarantula, a bandit-ridden town whose
outlaw residents oust the preacher and
it is Mix's task to shoot religion and
righteousness into the place.
As a special feature of the new
"photoville" bill the management is pre
senting Atlas, the "Masked Marvel," an
unknown wrestler who challenges any
one, at any weight, to meet him on the
Strand stage, agreeing to forfeit $50 to
anyone he fails to throw within 15 min
utes. This man, said to be a college
champion just out of the army, is to
appear at each performance until Satur
day night.
Other abts are : Jackson and Payton,
musical comedy favorites, in novelty
songs and character dances that attract
unusually favorable attention ; Rose
Lewellyn, "Southern Songbird" ; The
Jesters, in a novelty offering, and Wil
liam Erback, a spectacular aerial artist.
Fuel Administrator
To Retain Position
Till Peace Is Sure
Although the fuel administration will
close its office at J33 Northwestern
Bank building Saturday, Maroh 1, Fred
J. Holmes will continue to act in the
capacity of. federal fuel administrator
of Oregon until his services are no
longer deemed essential or until the
peace treaty is actually signed.
Fuel Administrator Harry A. Garfield,
in withholding the releases of his state
representatives, keeps them subject to
his call at any time when conditions
make necessary the resumption of any
of the fuel administration activities in
any state.
All other officials and employes of the
Oregon fuel administration will be re
leased an-d the office closed Saturday.
Stolen Watches Are
Fountf in Pond by
Police Inspectors
Police Inspectors say they have se
cured a new confession from the four
alleged burglars arrested Saturday by
the uniformed division and after raking
a pond on the east side found three of
the nine watches missing from the store
of D. Nemorovsky at Front and Taylor
streets.
The second-hand dealer asked the po
lice to withhold the location of the pond
so he could don a pair of rubber, boots
and scour it thoroughly and lo
cate the remainder of his property if
it is there. The water is three feet deep.
The quartet of alleged burglars v. ere
bound over to the grand jury by Muni
cipal Judge Rossman.
Bail was set at $1000 cash or $2000
paper bond. The men are John Wein
berg, Bert Compton, John Greenatreet
and Oscar Lovegren. The judge also
bound over Ralph Stark, who is said by
the police to have associated with the
ottier four men. Weinberg's relatives
raised a $2000 paper bond and secured
his release.
Wheat Holdings 3
Times as Large, as
Same Date in 1918
Washington. Feb. 26. (I. N. S.)
Thera im nnlv 23 97S Kftft I nnhA'a r.r '
wheat In the elevators, warehouses and
grain mills, according to figures com
plied on February 1 by the bureau of
markets, department of agriculture,
made public today.
These holdings, reported by 11,523
firms, are nearly three times as large
as the stocks held by the same firms
a year ago, the actual percentage being
289.8 per cent of the 1918 stock. It is
stated.
A cording; to the statement issued to
day other cereals reported were as fol
lows: Com, 29,268,352 bushels; oats,
79,586,462 bushels ; barley, 33,907,990
bushels; rye, 27,294,390 bushels.
Business Men Will
Talk Foreign Trade
Chairman Peter err of the foreign
trade committee of the Portland Cham
ber of s Commerce Is attempting to se
cure a representation of business men
from this city to the sixth national for
eign trade convention at Chicago, April
24. The importance of presenting' Port
land's claims to a share In Pacific Coast
export and import trade Is generally rec
ognized by members of the chamber and
an effort will be made to send a special
car of Portland men - tos the - Chicago
convention.
Superfluous Hair
Removed easily and quickly by Dem
osant'. a perfumed powder. A smooth,
hairless skin always follows its use. Dem
osant' will not injure or discolor the skin,
is easily applied and .removes superfluous
bair or fuza in two minutes, a single appli
cation sufficing unless the hair is unusually
thick. Does not smart or disfigure, and
does not stimulate the growth of new hair.
Demosanf la recommended by on of
America's leading specialists and is guar
anteed to gle satisfaction. It can be ob
tained by mail to plain wrapper for seeenty
fire eenta frosa the Bsbencott Laboratories,
Portland. Or., or any druggist or depart
ment atora can supply it. Adr.
THE ' -'
THAT along about this season of the
year the wet weather and the cold
rather gets on a, fellow's nerves, and -
That it sort of takes the romance
out of life to drag out of a nice
warm, comfy bed and down into the
bleak, unsympathetic basement, and
chop wood, and
That it's easier to 'start a fiery,
one-gded argument with o fur
nace, than it is to staf. Tire.
That the veal sandwiches are
getting a bit thicker.
That the efforts of the young
lieutenant appearing in this colyum
are duly appreciated by ye editor.
Come again, "Loot."
That the state legislature is get
ting near the end of Its rope.
That we should, worry.
That you can't saw wood with a
hammer. Don't knodc
That some of the. "elite" ramble
down to the public market in a
$000 limousine, piloted by a chauf
feur camouflaged as nearly like a
lieutenant colonel as the law will
allow, but not looking like one at
that, and carry home their proven
der in a 10-cent market basket.
That provldoit Portland people
are worrying because the smelt
have not yet started running in the
Sandy.
Usual Change of
Program at 'Hip
Estelle House and her quintet of danc
ing violinists and the Hallett and Howe
company in a comedy drama. "A Wise
Guy." are the featured acts on the new
program at the Hippodrome Thursday.
Baby Marie Osborne in "Milady o the
Beanstalk" will be the photoplay feature.
AMUSEMENTS
HEILIG Broadwiy at Taylor. Portland Sym
phony Orchestra. Carl Denton, director. 8:20.
VAUDEVILLE
PANTAGES Broadway at' Yamhill. Vanderille.
headline act. '"Twelve Tally-Ho Girls' " Band.
Other vanderille acta and picture. Afternoon
and nisht.
HIPPODROME Broadway at TamhlU. Tande
Tille headline, "Foret-M-Not." dramatic
sketch. Photoplay feature. Afternoon and
niRht.
STOCK
BAKER Broadway at Uorrlaon. Baker Stock
company, "Daddy Lam -Less. ' Matinee.
2:20. Niaht, 8:20
ALCAZAR Eleventh and MorrUon. The Alca- '
zar Players in "Within the Law." Matinee
2:10. w if tit, s:ia.
LTHIO Fourth and Stark. Lyrie Musical Faroe
company, in "The Tango Oiau.1 Every erea
iog and every afternoon except Thursday.
COLUMBIA Washington 'near Stark. William
Russell, in "Where the Wast Begins." 11 a.
m. to 11 p. m.
LIBERTY Broadway at Stark. William Fa"er
sbam. in "The Silver Kin it." 11 a. m. to 11
p. Jii. j.
STRAND Waahincton between Park and Weft
Park. Vaudeville acta. Feature photoplay,
Tom Mix, in "Hell Roarin' Reform." 11
a. m. to 11 p. m. '
MAJESTIC Washington at Park. Seanu Haya
kawa in "The Temple of Duak." 11 a. m. to
11 p. m. ,
GLOBE Washington near Eleventh Marauerlte
Clark and Harold Lock wood in "The Crucible."
1 p. m. .to 1 1 p. m.
SUNSET Washington at Broadway. Donglaf
Fairbanks in "In Again. Out Again." 10 a.
m. to 11 p. m. -
CIRCLE Washington at Park. Seasne Ha
yakawa and Fannie Ward, in "The Cheat."
Day and night.
STAR Washington at Park. Bert Lytell In
"The Spender." lla.rn.toll p. m.
PEOPLES West Park and Alder Mabel Nor
mand. in ''Mickey." 11a. m. to 11 p. m.
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Y.W.C.A.toSee
Foreign. Work
Mission
Four Deputations of Women Sail
to Investigate Work of
Y. W. C. A.
A PLAN for making foreign countries
and the Toung Women's Christian
Association work in - those countries
known in America has been determined
upon by the foreign department of the
Y. W. C. A. of which Mrs. Katherlne
Willard Eddy is acting executive sec
retary. Within the next few months, fonr
deputations of American women will
sail for. South America, India, China
and Japan at the invitation of the for
eign department.
A number of prominent American
women will not only investigate the mis
sion work already started in these coun
tries by the Y. W. C. A-, but will help
the association in its future plana
A writer, a business woman, a rep
resentative of the national board fa
miliar with association Ideals and a
fourth member chosen because of her
interest In the missionary work, will
comprise each group. v .
Three members of the first deputation.
Miss Bertha Conde, Mrs. Ida Clyde Clark
and Misa Ethel Wbitmire, have already
sailed for South America.
Miss Klise Cortex, secretary of the
Young Women's Christian association
of Buenos Aires, who recently came to
New York city to confer with the for
eign department, will sail at the same
time.
The remaining deputations are to start
at different times that to India waiting
until fall to escape the hot summer
weather.
To Manage Junior Week
Oregon Agricultural College, Corval
lis. Feb. 26. Uoyd C. Carter of Port
land has been appointed manager of
affairs for Junior Week, which, will
come about the middle of May. and
is already at work appointing commit
tees for the 'various athletic and social
events which feature this festive week
of the juniors.
Our improved process
makes Borden's a rest
malted snilk antritiovs and caaihr
digested. Mealtime, bedtime, say
' time.
Insist Btrdrn s always.
In squart packages only.
MALTED MILK
as:-
(I Eg; MALTED 1
gl Jjg MILK J;-;
NkflP atsTQWAun
Milk and Snow Flakes
As"" good as" it sounds. Snow
Flakes are salted just right, baked
to a turn, crisp and rich; served
with milk it is really difficult to
conceive abetter balanced meal for
rick or well, children or grown ups.
Dont ask for crackers, say Snow
Flakes.
Your grocer can supply you.
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U. S. Grants Serbia Credit
Washington. Feb. 26. (I. N. 8.)-The
establishment of $26,000,000 additional
credit in favor of Serbia waa announced
Tuesday by the treasury depart
ment, making a total credit of 127,000,
000 established by the United States in
favor of Serbia and a grand total to
date of 8,67.57,83 to all the allies. .
AMUSEMENTS
MORftlSONATIltH ,
PLAYS THAT PLEASE
BARGAIN MAT. TODAY. 25c
"WITHIN THE LAW"
TONIGHT AT 8.20
25c. 50c' 60c
NEXT "A TEXAS STEER"
BARGAIN
MAT. TOOAV, tSe
tek Oomtany
This week la .America's foremost play of
todaf.
"Daddy Long
MATS.
kVKD.
AT.
Legs'
By Jean Webster. Firs time at popular
prices. ,
Evenings tie, SOe. Mats.. Site (tax)
Coming The world-famed GRUMPY.
IOUM B. HYMKR AHU CUMPAJY
la "Tom Walker in Dials."
Tke Shrasjaal Do ') reatela's
Brwsi Itstss UTmm.
MLLB. 1DIANB AMD
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Oraheas Travel Weefclyi Kla
Htws Reel oa iisiaa,
GKORGK HeKAY AND
OTT1K AKDINE.
Tata shew "c 1 a With the
Matinee. , Wedaeaetay, Febrastry
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TONIGHT!
Portland Symphony
Orchestra
Eighth Season 2nd Concert
TSCHAIKOWSKY, Program
CARL DENTON, Director
ARTHUR FAGUY-COTI, Bari
ona Soloist ' J'iX"-
WEDNESDAY EVE., FEB. 26
HEILIG THEATRE
$1 75c- 50c -35c
PANTAGES
MAT. DAILY 2:30 iO?
TWELVE TALLY-HO GIRLS,"
Vaudeville's Biggest Woman's Band.
In Series of Mnsical Masterpieces, .
OTHER BIO ACTS
Tbrae Perform! era Daily. Night Ourtaia
' 7 and
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AMUSEMENTS
Whera Everybody Goes
SUPREME VAUDEVILLE
Today! Today!
Hallett & Howe Co.
Iscladlnir MAUniCE CHICK
la "FOROET-MF-KOT"
HELD OVER BT FOFDLAE
BEQUEST
Princess Olga, and
Her Leopards
Brlsr the Chlldres
CLKMKNHO
BROH.
Mastcal
Artists
TM K
GIBBONS
Talklsa;
tTn level 1st
T ACTH OV M E BIT T
Anita Kinrr
la "WHATEVER THE COST
A Btery for Bootleggers
Sunday Concert
12:30 P. M.
PH. STUART McGPJBE. rjololit
l RCRIUC TOMORROW
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1TIUHT, Silt
HEII Ifw Brc4lwy M Tayler
nCslaUIla Mala 1 aad x 1111
3 WIGHTS T
begin nino I omorrow
' fperlal Price Mat. Sat.
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A SOCIETY COMEDY SATIRE
Eve's Floor lt Baleosr ll.SO, 1
OaU 7e. He. Sat. Mat-ll.tt to (e.
LYRIC
MUSICAL
STOCK
Matines Dally lOo Only
Tha dlssj, whlsr.y whirlwind of fun, bbuiIs
and prsttr girls.
THt TANOO GRAZE.
Dillon ana Franks to People
With tha Bosabad Chorru.
CHORUS IRl,r OONTttT FRIDAY HISHT.
TOMORROW
JACK PICKFORD and
iAiuuc nurr in
"JACK AND JILL"
, Als. BMIv Parson Oomsdr
i "MATCHINO BILLY"
And Ford Waakly
CIRCLE THEATRE
. FOURTH AT WAAHINOTOM. ;
-J SATURDAY
"THE GRAIN OF
DUST"
and Cutersen
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THIS WIIK
The Spender
WITH
Bert Lytell
SATURDAY
"Two Brides"
EVERY
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Cotillion Hall
; 7 Itth Off Vfaibiastos "
Wonderful balt-bearlnsr sprintt floor.
Best music. Best dancers. Come ami
enjoy a real dance. irlxe walta every
Tuesday evenlne.
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