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THE OIIKGOX STATESMAN: Sl'NPAY, MAY II. 1MJ
end the love cfja
Dreario and; Goodwin A nifty
pair of vaudeville's best, present a
singing, talking and dancing num
ber which they call "The Nut and the
Chatterrbox." ;! Consisting of a line
of riiit comedy: which Is all the rage
at present and done by this clever
duo, who have their own way or
getting result.! On the hippodrome
show at the Kligh today.
hit upon a novel theme to furnish
amusement to the fun loving public. I
On the hippodrome show at the
Bligh today. -
THE BEST BILL THIS YEAR-FULL OF PEP AND COMEDY SINGING-DANCING
; ,1 MAM
1 I fii llJYv
-Although in all his motion pict
ures he performs feats of daring
that would make most men pause.
Tom Mix ha never resorted to the
use of a 'double.'' or any other
camouflage, iln "Dame and For
tune," which U coming to the Bligh
next Friday and Saturday, Mix per
forms several feats which - make
spectators gaSp in sheer amazement.'
But it is stated on good ' authority
that - Mix does - not let others take
the risks which his role call for.
"Fatty" Arbuckle has already be
gun work on his' next comedy to be
called "The Bank Clerk." Molly
Malone, an exceedingly pretty and
vivacious girl, will have the feminine
lead opposite the heavyweight coin-l
The Lunatir and the .
RuUy de Remer, who is leading
woman for-Harold Lockwood In his
great masterpiece, "The Great Ro
mance." which wll be shown at the
Liberty theatre on today for a two-
days engagement. Is one of the most
nted beauties of the famous Mid-
nleht Frolics of New York which
is noted the-world over for the peer
less beauty 6f its chorus girls.
Yorhe film. Corporation
tdmix Caretye, Managing Director
ME TR O
Pictures Corpora lion
The announcement of Vivian Mar
fin in a ner photorlay is always a
velmme raeiwfe to the grerst army
f of plavenprt who ?pprpc1fte c!ti
j Tnitir "tor'e. Pnr-h a photoplay ia
t "Little Comrade." .
"Pepper.' paprika and punch! This
1 to nut it brleflv is nn- apt descript-
Ion of the treat In stor for tne uu-
Vr in TVrcthv Girh's new picture
"Poprv Poltv." .
C?rrl Dempster and CHarire Sey
po'ur own vr of the nrettieet f-,Cri
that will appear in David V. Grif
fUli's coming artcroft Picture. "The
Girl Who Staved st Home." Miss
DomnRter is well known as a solo
dancer who accompanied Ruth St
Dennis on one of lier numerous tours
of the country. Miss Seymour did
picture work when she was in pig
tails. ! "
.A woman scorned has her revenge
in a tense scene in "Tangled Laves."
the Vitagraph Blue Ribbon feature
which will be seen, at the Bligh the
FRED AND PEGGY PYMM
For Oul.l Irrlaml
DREANO and GOODWIN
Tli Nut nml tln rliattor-lxix
CoimNly Sinking, Talking, Efceiitrio
nisl Acrobatic Dancing
WE HAVE SEEN THIS SHOW AND WE GUARANTEE IT. BUT YOU HAD BETTER
Vhat is believed to be the largest
and most massive ball room set was
built and photographed for a num
ber of the scenes in "The Great Ro
mance." the Metro romantic drama i
in which Harold Lockwood Played
the leading role and which will be
the feature at the Liberty theatre on
today for a two-day engagement.
One of the principals in the cast
supporting Harold Lockwood in "The
Great Romance,!' the thrilling drama
which will be the feature at the
Liberty theatre today for a. two
day engagement is Helen Llndroth.
an actress of wide experience, both
on the stage and before the camera.
Sent to prison by the testimony of
hi. Focfev wife whose name ne
sought to protect in a fight.. John
Howland com? out sworn to revenr'
on the man. But his hand Is stayed
hv a rlrl he ha befriended and who
love1 hfm. and before hy can act. a
tirhtniiwr holt becomeshis aveng
nrd lirhfs his war to rpjines. This
i the theme or "Tsngles Lives." the
Vitpgraph Blue Ribbon feature which
will be seen in the Bligh theatre to
day. The story is by James Oliver
BEN LEVY GOES
Prominent Meat Dealer of
Salem Affiliates With Big
' Wholesale House
agers. He resigned this position to
again take charge of the Midget
Market in Salem which had been lert
without a manager by his brother
Harry having been called to the
I'nder his keen business manage
ment the Midget has prospered as
never before and it is only his am
bition for larger opportunities thai
leads him to leave Salem.
His many friends and he has a
hot of them regret to see him
leave, but feel sure he will "make
Levy, manager and founder 1 eood" In a large way wherever for-
State T taxes Are Received
at Office of Treasurer
- v,. , ,-tn-f up
. ' j . ' " couldn't do it.
ronrir. musical comedy fV it th"! is.
In filming "Fame and Fortune."
which is coming to the Bligh theatre
: Tom Mix had to swing from the bacB
of a galloping horse into the branch-
j es of a tree. The first time he dm
the fell on his back and wa3 shaken
A cowooy warnea mm uui
really something worth while. They
it "The Lunatic and the Prma
Donna," and is as the name implies.
aVa have hd nut comedians, but Han
McGrath is the best morsel of squir
rel food cf them all.. Miss Yocman
s "The Prima Donna" ha" a very
i beautiful cultured voice. Her ren
dition ofhat delightful old ballad
I "AMce Bolt" is a 'reat worth
vhHe. Ort the hippodrome Enow ai
the Bligh today.
.He Did yoii love nie w'hen you'
first saw me?''.
She Oh, nci: l .had to get used
to you first. Boston Transcript, i
Fred anil reggy i'ymm an excel
lent chrafter artist wh iipecialixes
in imnefsluations of th Knglish
fhaioie aid a commedle of un
nuestioae'l versatility comprise this
ever rait of entertainerp who nave
Tom turned on him
snlrltedlv and said: "There's no
Mich thing as fail in this business
Of course, I'll do it
"Hurst's Creoles," a minstrel show
of Southern people with a female
banfl.will be the big novelty show
for Salem the coming weekl They
will open at the Bligh Wednesday.
Men Levy, manager and founder go
of the Midget Meat Market, leaves ! tune may lead hlui
maay ior uanrornia. His plans are
for business connection with the
wholesale meat business in the Gold
en state. . '
His wide experience in the meat
business, including everything from
the appraisement and purchase of
meat on the. hoof to delivering the
finished product to the consumer
qualifies him as a man whose ser
vices would, be of exceptional value
to a large meat, concern. Further
more, he possesses an initiative and
executive ability which, combined
with his technical knowledge, slfould
make exceptional timber for pack
ing house management.
These qualifications were recog
nized by the great Carstens Packing
company of the northwest of which
concern he was for a considerable
time one of the most trusted nian-
Vp to the present time the office
of State Treasurer O. P. Hoff has
received from the several counties
of the state a total of $l.tM,!9l.:0 Wallowi.
in state taxes.. Eleven j counties-, ing: Washington. $44,121.50; w ne
Crook. Curry. Klamath. ' Malheur. ur. nothlnr: Yamhill. $34,315.60.
Marion. Morrow. Polk, Tillamook. Total. $1,184.91.50.
Umatilla. Wasco and Wheeler have
not yet turned In any amount.! Th
connties from which taxes liave been
Baker. $35,649.50; Benton. $18.
953.30;. Clackamas. $51,843.20:
Clatsop. $I2.302.0; Coliimlia.$21.
793.40; Coos. $33,093.40; Crook and
Currv nothing; Deschutes. $14.-333..50;-
Douglas. $40.16: Gilliam.
$15,953; Grant. $12,078.10: Harney-
SI6.STS.80: Hood River. $14,900:
Jackson. $45,531; Jefferon, $7.-
K37 20: Josephine. $12,732.20: Kla
nath nothing; Lake, $17,143.-0:
Lane. $61,316.30: Lincoln. $11,227.
r.: Linn. $46,683.70; Malheur. Mar
ion and Morrow, nothing;. Multno
mah. $516,209; Polk, nothing: Sher
man. $16 3H3; TillamooX and Ctaa-
of Appetite U also lost of
vitality. Tiger, tone. To recover P- t
petite and the rest take Hood'a Sar
sanarilla, that strengthens the
stomach, perfects digestion, makes
eating a pleasure. It also makes the
blood rich and pure, and steadies. -the
A "cub" reporter on a New Yorlc
newspaper was sent to Patersoj to
write the story cf the rjurder of a 1
rich manufacturer by thleTes. IW
spread himself on the details and
naively concluded his account with
this MMitence: "Fortunately for, the
deceased., he bad deputed all of
his money ia the bank the day- be-
nothing: Fnion. $30.6-2.1 fore. Q he lost practically nomine
$21,229.9: Wasco. Both- but his life. Grit. ' ' '
Hun-Hating Dog, Veteran of World War, to Help Boost Victory Loan
! Burns Bros.5
A vliiiiwind of fun, music, singing, dancing and the most
5 .; laughable, colored comjedians.
CARRYING THEIR OWN BAND
! JAZZ ORCHESTRA
WATCH FOR THE STREET PARADE
V This is a regular road show bulj will le shown at
J small prices, 35c awd 73c. :
. i : . . . , . i
i AVe pay the war Ux- .
"My Soldier Girl," the urilliart
military musical comedy, coming to
the Grand Opera hou?e Wednesday.
May 14 is the cleverest, bflghtest
wittiert entertainment ever seen on
any stage. It sparkles. i,t has hu
mor, color, melody, spirit and a score
that holds the auditor- with its
swinging lilting air?.
Pearl Dayton, Cook and LaGrange
and Sargent Art Priddy are the
vaudeville attractions at the Oregon
today together with the ever popu-
r ("harles Ray in :"The Sheriff's
Henry B. Walthall, the screeo
star whn it nntpit for his hirhlr fm
aginative and string dramatic por
trayals, adds new laurels to his rep
utation as Harry Sevier In "The
Long Lane's Turning." a National
rilm corporation production re
leased by the Exhibitors Mutual
Coming to the Hligh Tuesday.
In a "Perfect 36." which comes
to the Liberty theatre, beginning
next Thursday her tremendous fol
following will find '"Mabel N'ormand
more beautiful, more appealing and
most important funnier than
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Cognac fought the boche lth tna 7Ut artillery. AlthoiiKli he Is little more than a pappy he hasa't Solitn
! over his hatred of his pals' foe, lie was In the service tlr seven montns. never miea a arm. wmi uui. u
found the wounuea ana Kenerauv enaiw iimmm-h io uv iunri jmru. u - .
devotion thev branded him with a service stripe on the left foreleg. He was broucht to this country by
Private Sevraour SaniuHR. who. through Jess Dandy. pretnted htm to the Krlars club, of which he is the of
ficial mascot. Cognac (the Friars are going to call hint Grape Juice after June 30 hates a German helmet
so much that he h.i broken several teeth trying to annihilate one. This hatred is to be tutned to account
during the victory loan campaign. Comae's battles with, hun helmets are to be stased on speaker at0?
all over New York city. When thi idiotngraph taken he was standing at attention and hadnt noticed
that one of the Friars had slipped a helmet almost under his nose. -
Yes. Wallace Reid will be here
soon in "The Roaring Road." that
corking, fast-moving story of an
even faster moving automobile salesman.
S4S MAY 14
"Burns Bros. Mem this Minstrels",
the! big fun show carrying tbaeir
own band and jazz orchestra will.be
at the Bligh theatre Monday and
Tuesday. Watch for the parade.
IE GOMTE S FLESWER-Present
THE TIMELY AND MTRIOpCMUSiaLNOVBlTV
I WITH MiEfJAnr hi riurncnz-
Mabel Normand, who is known
wherever mirth is. never was' funi
nier than in her latest Goldwyn pic
ture. "A Perfect 36," by Tex Char
wate; which comes to the Liberty
theatre, beginning next Thursday.
Pranks original with the joyous fun-
maker are certain to convulyie the
atre goers wherever the second in
Mabel Normand series of broad com
edies Is shown. s
Vn ntirply new characte'ri.atton
is said to have -been accomplished
K-i Wnii'in S. Hart in his newest
nittu-. " The I'odpv Girl's Hus-
Vaudeville And Chas. Ray
C00KE & LaGRANGE
AND TALKING ACT
n'A'l I FT V jASHOW OF NOVELTIES
BRIGADE OF WONDERFUL GIRLS
Mftol Nnrtnand's world of admir
er f;fl ' A . IV r.fert r,6". her
l.?tc Gi'dwyn picture, which comes
to th l.ibertv theatre. beginning
ret Thursday, even more laughter
compelling than hor previous com
I ninl final installment
jot M;rtin .lolmson'n "Cannibals of
the Sou Mi S'-a Islands-' will be shown
at Vi LiVriy Ihntre next Sunday
Hi- was yellow and the whole
town km-w it. Ititt he made the
tiot- rouragoous fight a man can
make fight against the heritage
of rear. Se tlharlen Kay -in "The
Sheriff's Son." !
Prices 50c, 75c, $i.Q0, $1.50 Seat Sale opens JloaUay A, M.
OjH'ra House rharraacy
lady ho you 'want employment?
' TTraiup Lady, ycr means well,
but j-er can't make wori sound any
j more fnvitin by usin a wo:d of three
tjllabics. mcvcianu riatn caier.
SGT ART PRIDDY
"KERNAL OF THE KNUTS"
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