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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 8, 1920)
TIIE ORKCOX STATESMAN SUXDAV; Al'GVfcT 8, llKin.
Flares and Flickers
, ktsh country of Australia,
inftfa n mlI ba been 8len"
-introduced Into v "Captain
; ths new Earle Williams fea-
which will; be .shown at the
rt Theater today without the
jtettsity of going to that far away
ceaatry. " -; 7
TbomM Melfhan, who plays, the
rt of the unloTlne husband in "The
Thanderbolt." 1 starring Katherine
MacDonald and which will be seen at
the Liberty theatre, commencing
next Thursday, admits that "he is al
ways unlucky when the time comes
for selecting the cast-of a photo
; "They got the prettiest woman on
the screen and then cast me in a part
where I had to hate her," wails the
Coming to the Oregon theater next
THE BIG SUNDAY SHOW
Snndav for three ' davi The man
agement of this theater takes great
pleasure in announcing tne coming
of Clara Kimball Yoang in Marah
Kilts Kyan'a greatest xiction wora,
"For the Soul of Raphael." a thrill
ing, beautiful itorv nf the Kolden
days of California, when stout hearts
conquered a strange land , and a
stranger people, when superstitious
Indians prayed to their sungods. and
when adventure, romance and love
drove men to deeds of valor and eour-1
age worthy the name of the spirit ot I
"Are You Legally Married!" a
pictorial sensation, with no sex prob
lem, no vulgarity, no war. no vam
pires. It cornea to the Bligh Tues
day, Wednesday and Thursday.
Eight little children are In the bas
ket of a miniature balloon In the
center of a massive ballroom when
the balloon catches fire. Their res
cue forms one of the thrilling mo
menta in 'The Butterfly Man." tne
Robertson-Cole special at the Liberty
theater. Lew Cody appears in the
title role, starting today.
Bryant Washburn In "What Hap-
npned to Jones" will be the feature
attraction at The Oregon next Fri
day and Saturday. Just anotner gooa
Probably certain people have for-
eotten that ther are minstrel tans De-
cause it has been so long since they
had an opportunity to see a really
first class minstrel . aggregation
however the minstrel microbe will
ret them when the Famous Georgia
Minstrels make their flash dress pa
rade over our main streets announc
ing their anoearance at the Bligh
theater for matinee and two perfor-
ntanee8 in the evening next Saturday,
Three Performances, 2 :30, 7 :00, 9 H5
Saturday, August 1$
BUSCO & HOCKWALD
I : , Tutors I z t"w fm J
. v-EAr"l A
IN THE COl9
iJclJi A street: .
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A Fascinating Story of
and Men's Intentions
George Barr McCutcheon
He Hade Some "of Them Mad, Som e Glad, Some Sad, But None Bad
Love and Let Love
..JooK cTflnjc rnnnv Ye L DC.K Y
iht cuiilnu uimug luuni - .
VQTCM FOR THE
15 Vandeville Acts
Coooer & Lane jl pair of talented i
colored comedians, singers and.
dancers, who aDDear in their lively
specialty. "The Bellboy and the Por
ter." At the Bligh today.
"I fr neither Cod nor devil!"
This w Wolf's nhilosonhr. And the
story or his downiau or ine very
virtnrv nf bnvA woman over
hmta man of the regeneration of a1
coward, is a story as mighty a3 the
sea. with all the rusb ana ciauor oi
th nrf. Sm Jack London's "The
Sea Woir at The Oregon today, to
morrow and Tuesday.
Hnrh Johnson A talkinr trick
ster who indulges in a rabftst of
comedy. At the Bligh today.
Th Ptrmlnnli are a slicht. small
mania of the French school of acro
batics, presenting clever daring and
noveltv feats of equilibrium. At tne
Bligh today. '
AT CAMP GROUND
When the Salem automobile camp-
ing ground was first opened the oi
fice of T. G. Gilbert was onlya one
room building. Now he has a neat
nffir with two small rooms which
i.o noM fnr storine awav Drovisions
for the grounds contributed by the
."Mr. Albert maintains a good sup
ply of dry wood which is sold to
th ntomobile campers who desire
to use the brick ovens on the camp
da. . Valnable information
about road conditions in Oregon and
Washington are kept posted by Mr.
Albert on the walls for the use of
i travelers. The walls of the office
I re decorated with literature regard
! inr firminr conditions' in the Wll
lamette valley. Mr. Ainen says inai
the travelers are always eager to
When L D. Cutler and wife and
fr. and Mn. G. C. Reslnc recister-
t-d at the grounds late yesterday af
ternoon they won tie distinction oi
being the only tourist who have thus
f.r rezittered from the northeastern
part of the United States. Some
time ago some campers were regis
tered from Juneau. Alaska, having
shipped their car from that place to
Seattle and started on the "around
the rim" tour of "See America
The. following were registered at
the grounds last night:
Mr. and Mrs. 'L. D. Cutler, Wind
sor Lock. Conn.; Mr. and Mrs.'G. C.
Kesing. same; Mr. and Mrs. A. Lund
berc and dauahter. Boston: Mr. and
Mrs. G. II. Nevltt. Los Angeles; Mr.
and Mrs. L. Killam. Satsop. Wash.;
Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Cotter, Sumner,
With - Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Elter.
Kingsley. Colo.; Mr. and Mrs. Rob
ert A. White, Seattle; Mr. and Mrs.
J. P. Gangle. San Franrisco; miss
A. Hod ire. San Francisco: IX G.
Snively, George Sutvely and T. G.
Knlvelv. Grants Pass: Frank Itar-
rett. Portland: Mr. and Mrs. E- E.
Meyers. Portland rEd Y, Griffith.
Portland: William Smith. Portland;
K. A. Mavhew and danchter. Man-
nin. Or Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Graves.
Oshkosh. Wis - J. Alstead and. wife.
Portland; Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Thurs
ton. Seattle; A. JI. Hunt. San Fran
cisco; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fowler.
St. Joseph. Mo.;. Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
Warner. Portland; Mr. and Mrs. J.
H. Homung. oaaiana; Mr. ana Mrs.
H. G. Kirklelet. Memphis; Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Black. Memphis; G. Brad
chaw. Memphis; Mr. and Mrs., C. A.
Fischer, Webb Ci. Mo.; Mr. and
Mrs. R. A. Dudley, Hossner. S. D,:
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Ilaumerliu. Xias-
sillon. Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. X. G.
Norris. St. Joseph. Mo; Mr. anl
Mrs. George L. Norris. St. Joseph;
Mr. and Mrs. K. u. Park. Seattle;
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9:15 p. m.
"OH WHAT A KNIGHT"
This Is Where The Laughs Come In
MR. FRANK MONROE
On The I
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"Believe Me, If AH THose Endearing Young
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Ashby. Prince
ton. Ind.; A. N. Trice, Mj R. Sham
poqg, C. C. Trice and II. H. Trice,
Long Beach. Cat.; Lee Rirers.
L. S warts. J. niundell. Sparks. Ker.;
Mr. and Mrs. F. Ogger. Michigan.
Hate you heard ot our beautiful Sa
The Queen or the glittering West.
Where Nature in gorgeous profusion
Is showering her brightest and
Have you heard of bur lovely Will
amette That leaps from the gorges of
Then gracefully glides through the
On Its way to the ofean below?
Have you beard of the "two lovely
That quietly flow through tb.4
Then driving the wheels ot the fac
tories They rush to the river beyond?
Have you heard of our gardens and
The excrulslte lay of the land.
So gracefully and gently declining
Toward the river as Nature has
Have you seen our wide streets and
Where the rosei In profusion
Where the maple trees gather from
Woit delightfully murmuring
Have you noticed the white-creased
That watch o'er our fortunes by
While the soft silver moon in Its
Is frlght'ning night's darkness
And the evergreen forests abounding
Are smiling on orchard and Held
Where the prune and the apple and
iReat the world In abundance of
Where the earth and the sky and the
Are working together in test
To make of the city of Salem
The lovetlest town in the West;
Where the berries are found in their
Far richer than anywhere else.
Where the streams ot the "Loju'' are
As a basis of fabulous wealth.
Now. you've heard of this beautiful
Which surpasses our words at I
On thC banks of the loveliest river
That graces the vales ot the Wst.
And no doubt you hare carefully
, . listened
While we've told you the beauti
So come in all haste to our city
And share in our wonderful glory.
CAMBRIDGE MAX NOW.
JERUSALEM. July 24. The of
fice of governor ot Jerusalem once
occupied by Pontius Pilate, is now
held by Colonel Ronald' Storrs. a I
(graduate ot Cambridge university
and son ot the dean ot Rochester
college. England .
His task la on to test the admin
istrative ability ot any man. Jerusa
lem la a city of disunions, where.
whatever may eome of the future, for
the moment Zionists and Arabs are
passionately divided and to steer a
lust path between them and Induce
them to Join him on that path Is
It is to that task however, that he
chiefly devotes himself. Twice a week
he has meetings ot his favorite pro
Jerusalem society, where French.
Italians. British. Americans, rabbis.
Zionists. leaders, commercial men of
standing and others who are La any
way prominent la the life ot the city
are brought together and la the
course ot debate, led to see that they
have in common a single citizenship.
His motto as governor Is "unify aad
Colonel Storrs was one ot the
prime movers In thestablishraeat of I
aa Independent Ara kingdom. He Is
St years old.
Fitting of Glasses
APPEAL TO O'NEILL
Dr. C. B. O'Neill
and Bruh Bank Building
Go Ahead With .
That House f
We are haek of you. Stock up to the eeiling with material
the kind of materials that make a material differenee in the
long run. - w l
Falls City-Salem Lumber Co.
12th Street at Mill
Extra coats of finish, xtra strong bod parts,
extra careful fabrication, all these go to make up the
tturdinesa and lasting newness of this new Mitchell
The bod is built by Mitchell not bought out
side. It U built in one of the finest coach-building
plants in the country. Mitchell engineers and de
signers unite their experience, thus building a unit
car that stands wear.
See this beautiful sedan before you buy a car.
Note its superiorities. See if this all-season car isn't
more appealing than an open model.
Come in today a showing of this car does net
obligate you in the slightest.
Os For IVUt err AnjsM lOib
Oscar R Ghgrich llotcr & Tire Co.
S7I CVj t Nrtrt
THE STATESMAN CLASSIFIED ADS. BRING GREAT RESULTS