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TUESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 21. 1922
TIIE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
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At The Liberty Today
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House , .Pc ter s' and all stars la
nich Men's Wives;" .
Mor Salisbury In l "The
.Great Alone... or . .
Lcjt fiXwntqrn ;,lrie Hand
Coming Saturday and Sunday:
Charges; Chaplin In "Pay-? Day'
arid I "Wife Against Wife."
The saying that truth is ttran-
er than, f U:tkn was given added
upporf - during ..the filming ;ot
Free Air" which come3 to the
Iberty theater iuext Sunday for
nagnieut of three days
ben old -mother 'nature furnish-
d a better ftage setting than any
tape carpenter or propertF.mani
ouldjXv manufactured. '
Johciairt WaiKer- of "Over the
1111". fanioJcpnieB; again; to)s.the;
prebOi theater Friday in a tense-
urainatiu ; aiory ?, -orpine now
Jrountry called "Iy Dad." , My
Jad". is based upon "the . Tiobiliy?
i sacrmce. , -ine son; niayea dj
r. Walker. lsks his life, .undeir-
toes the tortnis oV numbing cold,
he rt n-prg ' - r -xen trails to
Salome's i Daa
:.r.Vi.:';; nd the
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; i i R A maswrlynictunzation of a big. com- . H
'l - r A tVtnnhii npVil vr, .tinman A vdvn ill tmIIiti
' j and 'appealing with
VEy Richard Headrick
1 1 Jltfttti Stedman ' f; -' '
, i ilh(lred June . '
KOTB: This is an cxcentionallv t?ood"ticture vhich
I wm De snown at regular
Now Playing at .the .Oregon
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Claire Windsor, leading wom
an with House Pefers in "Rich
Men's Wives.'" ' " ! r r.
tony and Cleopatra, all rO0ied into
one, would only pe a mild iephyr
compared to the 'gate of emotion
etirred: by the kbs of Claire
Windsor and Bamy I Richard
Headrick in '"Rich Men's Wives,"
according to Manager Kupper of
the Oregon- theater. The Lpicture-
will be seen there for three days,
beginning today.' "The most
wonderful kiss the screen ' ever
has shown," is the'way the" scene
between a motherland 'a child, aa
presented in thitjicture, Is der
scribed. ' M 0 -
. Hallam Cooieyr who plays the
role of Ritchie In ;'The Man 'With
Two Mothers," ' coming '.fo' the
Liberty theater for two days', be
ginning Friday, .was born in
Brooklyn and educated;' in Chi
cago. After several' years on the
speaking ftage he,' went into pic
tures in 1914.
Charles Chaplin's latest jjomedy
release, "Pay Day," openia jtn
at the Grand theater, on, Satur.
Advance notices lena.tone oej,
liet.that thia vehicle '.will, rank
among the best productions the
star, comedian has ever Jbf fer'd.
Some excellent, interiors. ,of a
real Greenwich yUlage studio are
shown in "Wife Against Wife,"
which is the attraction at .the
Grand theater-Saiurday.. ...', '
What i8 it that football gives
n man?. The question is answered
m "The Great Alone." a west;
Coast production which is being
tsre'senled Ht .tba. Liberty, theater;
and which, while not a story of
a' wonderful' cast:'
; Carol Holloway 1
Srartha Mattox -
the grid Iron, . . Is the . story of c
football irtarjlo'. whoaV the .traln-
fng 'anniie gime gave "stamina.
Judgment, ralpr, restraint, and
other qualitieswhich made him &
mail among men.' 1
Cecil B. DeMille, accorapaniea
by hi3 production staff and sev-
ral members of the cast, went to
Santa Barbara for an exciting
ay's work on location in connec
tion with toe inraing oi aian-
laughter," which will be pre
sented at the Oregon theater next
Called by his contemporaries
'The Man who ridea as If part
jt his horse," Lester Cuneo, a
west coast film star, is inoted for
being one of the most accomplish
ed horseback riders in moving
Cuneo has the star part In a
new Western picture he has iHst
completed for his new company.
he picture is entitled "Lone
Hand Wilson." and will be shown
locally at the Bligh theatre today
tomorrow and Thursday.
Seena Owen, the pretty lead
ing woman for William S. Hart
in his new Artcraft picture,
Branding Broadway,"' which is
one view of the, Bligh theatre,
had: to acquire the difficult art of
flapping flapjacks for her' part in
the production. There is a cele
brated restaurant in Los Angeles
and .the company repaired thither
and put in some hot and busy
hours, at the big gas stove until
Miss- Owen felt at home with the
The. popular Hickman Bessey
Stock company will open at the
Blligh theatre tomorrow evening
with an entirely new show, "The
Country tlirl," a four-act rural
comedy drama which they say is
one of their best comedy shows.
If it even compares with their
show of last week it will sure be
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Cut out this slip, enclose with
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2 $35 Sheffield Ave., Chicago, 111.
writing your name and , addresf
clearly. You will receive in re-
rn ,a trial y pacnage containing
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound
forcOughs, colds and croup; Fo
ley's Kidney Pills lor paina it
sides and back; rheumatism, back
ache kidney and bladder ailnicuts;
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wholesome and thoroughly cleans
ing ;cathartic for constipation, bil
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;; PRODS KU KLUX KLAN
. ioaunttea irom page i.)
Gam Toting .Charged
"7 Hen? O." Jlichards. Triampaign
mfaffager for Earl. B. Mayfield, at
the ; Dallas , headquarters during
Mr. ' Mayfteld's campaign for
United States senator was arrest,
ed here late todayY charged with
carrying a pistol. The complaint
was sworn out by C. E..iKng, one
of the' plaintiffs In the injunction
suit here which seeks to keep Mr,
Mayfield's name off the ballot.
Labor Situation Good
Says Department Report
'WASHINGTON, Oct. 23. Tm
proved business conditions and in
creased employment with almost
no - jaie men seeking work, now
obtain in practically all sections
ijt Jhe-i United States, 'according
to an official report today oy the
department of labor. The conclu
s. on is based on telegraphic re
sponses to a query ' sent out
through the . United States Em
ployment service to every, state.
Xhesagents of the service in their
answers indicating an almost uni-
ersal shortage of common labor
and a general demand for skilled
workmen in a ' wide variety of
trades and occupations,
COQU1LLE HAS FIRE
MARSHFIELD, Ore., Oct. 23.
Fire last night destroyed the Bax
ter hotel at CoQuille. The 20
rooms In the main building and
three in an annex adjoining were
all occupied -but every guest es
caped. The loss is $15,000.
. The 'smiling' dare;
devil in a powerfu
drama . ol , the grea
J Wilson ;.
u MONTE BANKS in
CLEANED and DRY
Bessey f ,
An entire new show.
By MARGUERITE GLEESON
Five hundred will be enjoyed
this afternoon -by the Social club
of the Order of the Eastern Star.
The club meets twice a month in
the lodge rorfms for a social af
ternoon. Members are being es
pecially invited to attend this af
ternoon. The playing will begin
Mrs. John R. Sites is chairman
of the committee which is in
charge today. Other members of
the committee are Mrs. Ralph
Glover. Mrs. George G. Brown.
Mrs. H. C. Taylor, Mrs. G. L. Ar
buckle. Mrs. A. C. Smith and Mrs.
Robert . Simpson.
Miss Florence Haxdy and Alten
Vanderhoof . were united in mar
riage at the home of the bride's
father, C. M. Hardy Sunday after
noon at 2 o'clock. Rev. T. G. Lee
performed, the ceremony. "1 love
you truly" was sang by the bride s
sister, Edith Har,dy, accompanfed
byMra. William Hardy.
The couple . was attended by
Misa Vera Knox of Portland and
Cecil Frame of Salem. Dainty re
freshments were . served. Those
present were Cecil Frame, Vera.
Knox. Lester Frames Edith. Hardy,
Ida Lee, I. G. Lee, Violet. Vander
hoof, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hardy,
Mr. Jind Mrs. N. ; Vanderhoof,
Everet Vanderhoof, Mr. and Mra.
W. B. Hardy, Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Wood, William Hardy, Mr. and
Mrs. C. M. Hardy, Mr. and Mrs.
H. E. Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. D.
Shoemaker. Helen Hardy. .Mr.
and. Mrs. Paul Hardy, Mary Arm--strong,
Daniel Hardy and Walter
Lee. Mr. and .Mrs.. Vanderhoof
left for Portland and will return
soon to their new home built on
The Count-On-Me class of the
First Baptist church was enter
tained Wednesday at the home of
Mrs. T. W. Davies. It was in the
nature of a. Hallowe'en party with
decorations suggestive of that
Mrs. O. B. Neptune . was in
charge of the program which was
Solo, Mrs. C. A. Patheal; read
ing, Mrs. G. Ed oss; play, The
Peat Sisters -Entertainment, -The
Widow Peat, .Mrs.. O. B. Neptune;
piano solo, Rimeanundo, Cres-
cenda Peat, Mrs. Fred Peterson;
reading, Gloriana Seraphina. Peat,
Mrs. Neimeyer; oration,' Honora
Peat, Mr 8. Abbst; piano duet, An
dante Peat, and Andantine Peat,
twins, Mrs. Ben Eiler, Mrs. Low
ell Tweedale; essay, White Wash
Amanda .Mehltabei Peat.' Mrs. F.
Everest Japlo, Angelina Tremulo
Peat, Mrs. . Theo Roth; character
reading, Splrlto Tuturo Peat.
Mrs. Mabel Burigy.
Mrs, B. F. Heikes was chosen
president of the class at the bust
ness meeting. Other officers chos
en were Mrs. George O'Nell, vice
president; Mrs. Harry alph, sec
retary treasurer, v
Mrs. Harry Ralph and' 'Mrs,
George O'Nell assisted the hostess
The class will meet the next time
with Mrs.F. A. . Everett.
Members of the class are: Mrs.
Harry Harms, Mrs. S. Willis, Mrs.
Ben- J. Eilers, Mrs. J. F. Peter
son; Mrs. E. H. Swan, Mrs. Mabel
Buirgy, Mrs. Martha Lottis, Mrs.
A. "B." McKillop, Mrs. O. B. Nep
tune, Mrs. T. A. ' Raffety, Mrs.
W. G. Millikin, Mrs. E. J. Roth,
Mrs. Cora Oglesby, Mrs. L. L
Tweedale, Mrs. F. A. ; Everest,
Mra., D. D. Socolofsky,, Mrs. O. N
Gookins, Mrs. G. Ed Ross, Ida May
Newmyer, Mrs."N. El Abbotts Mrs
C. IL, Gregg, Mrs. B. F. Heikes,
Mrs. E. M. Angel, Mrs. George
King, .Mrs A. T. Bjorlt Mrs. C. C,
Patheal, Mrs. Earl Gregg, Mrs.
Theo Roth, Mrs. Dave' Turner,
Mrs. L. M. Maukey. "!" "."
Miss Bernice Bright of Corvallis
was the house guest of Miss Ruth
Schuitz for the week; end. -
Miss Dorris Sykes, formerly of
Salem, was a guest of. Miss Helen
Ballard for the week end. Miss
Sykes is now assitasnt editor of
the Cottage Grove Sentinal.
A simple and very pretty wed
ding was solomized .at high noon
Saturday, at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. McClain when their
daughter Oral was united in mar
nage to A. Gosson. The beauti
ful ring ceremony was read by
Rev. H. E. Pemberton, under
bower of autumn leavos. The bride
carried. a, boquet of Cecil Brunner
roses and was becoming in a gown
of taupe canton crepe artistically
draped " and hand embroidered
uinengnn 8 weaaing march was
played by Miss Jennie Williams
and Miss Gussie Niles sang, "I
Love You Truly."
The bride Is a popular Salem
girl who lias been in the employ
of the Oregon, Growers for some
time. Mr. Gosson is a prominent
Sherman county man who Jhas
large agricultural Interests there,
a outlet luncneon was .served
about one o'clock .after, which the
co.uple departedby auto for,, north
ern points. They will be atilionie
in SoutnSalem, to Their , many
friends after November 151-
Those present at the wadding
were: Kev. ana Mrs. H. E. Pem
berto,. Mi(1 and Mrsi J. Al Ccf
Clain, Mr. and Mrs. L. F. McClain
and children of. Albany, Mr. and
Mrs. Leo McClalri and children 6!
Albany, Mr. and Mrs. Arthud Mo
Marion County Federation
of Women's 'clubs. First
Christian Church. Morning
Pythian Sisters' club, W. O.
Clain and children of Salem, Miss
Louise Herren and Mr. and Mrs
Ward and. Zelma Ward of Port
land, Miss Gail Reeves- of McMin
ville, and Elmer Gosson, Jennie
Williams. Gussie Niles and La-
villa Perry of Salem.
Mrs. A. E. Huckstein was host
ess for the Thursday Bridge clu
last week at the first regular
meeting of the fall. Mrs. Charles
KnowlaAd won high score.
The hostess was assisted during
th afternoon by Mrs. W. I. Need
ham and Mr. L. Aldrich. Guests
ot the club ewre Mrs. Eugene
Eckerline Jr., Mrs. E. Pruitt and
Miss Eleanor Huckestein of Shan-
ike. Mrs. Rome Hunter will en
tertain the club November 2.
Mrs. Elmer Daue entertained
the Friday Bridge club at her
home last week. Mrs. David A
Wright received high score for the
afternoon's bridge game
Invited iguests for the afternoon
were Mrs'. Lee Canfield, Mrs.
Rome Hunter and Mrs. O. L-
Last ..Friday afternoon the
school at Labish Center was pre
sented with a silk flag by the
Women's Relief Corps of Salem.
The. presentation was made by
Maria Thompson Patriotic Instruc
tor, and Annette Bennett respond
ed on .behalf of the school. .Mrs
Louise King gave a reading which
was. followed by the school's pro
gram given under the direction
of thexteacher,MissvBostrock. Re
freshments were served, and Mrs.
Bennett presented each one with
a souvnior oi taKe.aoisn.
TO EDIT AA.U.W-
- i PUBLICATION
EUGENE, Oct. 23 Miss Louise
Fitqh, who has been president of
the; Eugene branch of the Ameri
can Association of University
WomenT has gone to Washington,
D C, where phe will edit the na
tional magazine of the association.
Th4 ecutlve board of the local
branch has appointed Miss Mozelle
Hair: a member of the tiriiversity
facifty, as president to succeed
' Miss Fitch-was one or a group
of Eugene -members of the A. A.
U. W. who assisted with the or
ganization of the Salem branch of
the! association last spring. Miss
Fiteh is experienced- in education
al organization work since she is
a past national president of Delta
ueita. aeua sorority.
WY 1 1 V ...
The Eugene branch, in accord
ance with its custom, will invite
all. icollege women, not including
those who are now students, to its
first meeting this college year.
This will be a luncheon to be
given the first Saturday in No
vember, it having-been postponed
from the fourth Saturday in Oc
tober owing to the convening of
thet state Parant-Teacher associa
tion on that date.
ylt Is tentatively planned to have
each monthly meeting hereafter
in the form of a luncheon with a
Drier, wellplanned - program so
that a part of Saturday afternoon
may be left free for other duties
or engagements. '
Those who have been placed in
office for this year are: Miss Hair
(University of Oregon), president;
Mrs. Sarah Capps "Tingle (Welles
ley -and University of Chicago),
vrce,-president; Mrs. N. S. Macduff
(Michigan), corresponding secre
tary; Mrs. Ceorge Bohler (Ober
Hny, recording secretary; Mrs.
Ruth "Johnson (Oregon), treasur
er; Mrs. O. R. GuHion (Missouri),
councillor. Mrs. Edwin L. Knapp
(Washington State college) is
chairman of the membership
committee and Mrs. F. Ia. Cham
bers (Oregon) is chairman of the
The current club year is of es
pecial interest to all women eli
gible for. membership because of
the fact that the national conven
tion; will be held In Portland next
springy This will bring many, of
the best known and able women
of America to Oregon, since the
association numbers among iti
members the heads of all the
women's colleges, the deans of
woniehin practically all educa
tional institutions .the wives of
the cabinet members, 'many of the
most distinguished women writers
MINISTRY IN HANDS
OF, MR. BONAR LAW
, (Continued, from, paga.
ites, have, of course well defined
policies and, according to pres
ent 'indications, arc resolutely bp
posed to any cooperation with
Lloyd George, even should the
former premier seek reconcilia
tion, with either of them.
Unionists Klect Bonar Law '
The' Unionists today elected
Bonax, Law leader of the party
llrellmjnarj: to hia . acceptance L of
the call-of the kingrtft iho .off ic a
of prime, minister. L -
Representative members of the
party from ootn tne oousu oi
commons and the house of lords
met this afternoon for that pur
pose. Sir George Younger, wuo
had much to do with the over
throw - of Lloyd George presided
and recommended the selection of
Mr. Bonar Law as the party's
leader l"shTeI Iu .
Mr. Bonar Law was not pres
ent at the opening oi tne pro
ceedings and Lord Curzon sug
gested that aa the object, of tln
mating was already assured it
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was absurd mat ne snouiu not uf
l.resent. ( He, therefore, proposed
that even at the tost of sar.ie
blushes to him. Mr. Ik-nar Law bo
invited to hear the whole pro-
iceedings. Mr. Uonar Iaw,j forth-
In proposing Mr, Bqnar Law
ior leaaersn.ip, iora curzon. wno
was secretary for foreign afiairs
Lih the Lloyd Georgo cabinet, said
it was a great day on which the
Unionist party, after having for
seven years subordinated us in
terests and merged its identity in
a national patty and the national
cause, resumed us ireeuom aua
proceeded to. re-elect its old lead
er. Self-Seeking Donird
He described. Mr. Bonar Law as
completely innocent of selfseek-
ing and as possessing just those
qualities the nation required iu a
trusted leader in the present
CLUB BOOSTED BY
(Continued from page 1.)
The Chamber should consider the
problems of the merchants of the
city. Every e f f o r t should be
made to bring business to Salem
and to develop favorable senti
ment towards Salem in the trade
territory that belongs to it. Trade
extension work of a practical sort
should be undertaken. Direct as
sistance should be given to, the
merchants in all of the special ac
tivities, such as Dollar Days,
Style Shows, etc., they may plan
to put over. 'Better and bigger
business for Salem' should be the
slogan of the Chamber and the
basis of its greatest activity as
'5. Publicity. Salem needs
new literature to exploit her at
tractions for the tourist, her op
portunities for the manufacturer,
business man and homeseeker. A
new booklet, modest in type but
comprehensive in the story it tells
should be issued Jhis year and
given as. wide distribution as pos
sible. The Committee appointed
to arrange for scenic ' highway
signs north and south of Salem
on the Pacific Highway should be
given financial support. Every
effort should be made to let the
w-orld know what Salem is and
I what Salem has as a city of the
l highest type.
Good Works Boosted
6. Civic Improvement. Sa
lem, as the Capitol City of Ore
gon, should have the highest kind
of civic development. The Cham
ber should be squarely behind '
Today,. 1:30 p. m.
1'4 miles northwest of Sa
lem on Wallace Road.
25 acre farm; team
good horses; cow chiek
ens; geese; ducks; farm
machinery; tools; furni
ture. F. II. Kunkel, owner.
1 :30 p. m.
280 Richmond Ave.
Modern 5-roomed bun
galow; 1921 Ford sedan;
jl Victor Graphaphone ; high
class furniture; rugs, etc.
Mrs. Agnes Pearson,
fced, dsp at tba waist ud soder.
aad Motas oet gfy lia.
ijNmT can't Kit it. ttnJaetmal
t . . H
Nemo Hygietuc-FatLiaa Institute
20 Emu 16tk SU1W York, Dt M. g
11181 w iw
mm wsvstnont" torffjTie-bette"r-jvrhe
menCki anding for pood. scljooU,
new Y. M. C. A. Playground,
new Hospital and all those things
that tend to make the city a bet
ter place In whicli to jive. Every
effort should be made to stimu
late a loyal civic spirit among the
men and women of the commun
ity and to consolidate the inter
est of all citizens in their home
"7. Community Spirit. The
Chamber should endeavor ito
create a closer bond of interest
between the people of the city and
the country. Support should' be
given tothe Marion County Com
munity Federation of Community
clubs in its efforts to bring about
the unity of thought and purpose
aniens the people of the County.
'An earnest effort should be made
to bring the merchants of the
city into closer spirit of coopera
tion in their common problems.
In order to bring about that teanY
work that is so essential in com
munity building. The Rotarj.'
club, the Kiwanis club, the Lions
club, the Realty board and kinh
drod organizations should be unit
ed, through the Chamber of ComL
merce. in matters of community
serVjCe and cjvic
short one of the aims of the
Chamber of Commerce in the
coming yean should be, to stand
:or and work for a UNITED SAj
LEM and to tie together all ele-f
ments in the community in the1
task of making Salem, in its com
mercial, industrial and civic de-?
velopment. a bigger and better
town in every way. i
Support should be erven to thri
university in iW' efforts"- to in
crease its endowment. The univ-i
sity has a commercial value to the
community because of the amount;
?f money, it distributes each year
Ml the City. It haa nn nrli-orM.
mg vaiue, as well. It has a still
greater value "in Its influence on
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Office Hours from
3 DAYS STARTING TODAY:
The Home of Good' First Runs. Offers
"The Great Alone
The Star of ,Eamona, and "The
Barbarian," in his best play.
I m at j? :
. El I - .
ill i us - f. r
A romance of Stanford SlJniyersity and the Land -of
the Big Shqws. He is woiudcrful as Silent' Jpuval, the
half breed. . i
With the usual
cultural life of the city, aa a
factoitt-iite spiritual develop-.
nient '-of the community." h Is""'
worth J.p.uch:t04lem.tromr tif9 ;. '
three points ot Tiew." " " '
KATO IS ILL
, TOKIO, Oct. 23 (By tha As
sociated Press) Baroa :ToiaOsa-'
buro Kato, premier of Jacxaa 'hi'
indispofd. it. is announced, and'
probably will require a fort
night's rest. -
A' Foil Line of h
A generous - supply of
styles and siic3 to chose
Prices ?1.50 to $3.00
175 N. Commercial St.
10 a, m. to 3 p. m.
Hi-Class Liberty Program
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