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' House' Peters la
f ' "Human Heart."
r'-'. '.- ;.! , 'n-.-.; ;,
Eugene O'Brien and .George
Kawceti in 'tfohn Smith.""
: , pther subiecti too,
, v Neal Hart la
; "Tangled Trans."
Coming tomorrow and Sunday
Rudolph Valentino in his
f -i greatest success
! v : "Blood and Band." .
For 1 many ; years 'King Baggot
jwa an Idol of feminine "hearts
on the screen and one Of Its roost
polished actors. Then be dropped
grease faint and picked up a di
rector's megaphone. Several pic
tures of exceptional type and cali
jzutffii tiAJui utnu w
; vAHfiLEll TRAILS" i
A tThrilltn 'St0rV fof the f" Northtt !'
n Mdtxnted Police -,y ; ;
SCENIC i. ' : '- . ' COMEDY
"J O H N SIVI ITH.'
HIS BEST STARRING VEHICLE
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UGENE OBR1EN , IN j.jQtf N
--I. . . . i r4' t -'v' H
: ' "T)", tS !
Fawce ttgooe of the WorldV
1,1 oy IOYYU blH
j A Comedy Drama - ' v':t; f
With appeal for Theater Goers, in every: . r '
; v ;fC?!::-tfr Walkof life fS'?-? y-Mi v-;
" :;' " " Other iW TA:'u 'r'.'
.Where Your J ,
. Patronage b
THE OREGON STATESMAN,
bre bare borne tbe -stamp of bis
ability; "Unman Hearts," special
at tbe Oregon theater. Is far and
away the best thing he has ever
done. Universal" executives hare
marked It as one of the -three
best pictures ever made-by Uni
versal, classinr it with, "Foolish
Wives" and "The Btorrn
Selintck's "John '.' Smith." star
ring Eugene O'Brien, delighted a
big audience at, the Liberty thea
ter. 'In these days of sex pic
tures and sensational situations,
it was a delight to sit through a
film without, one questionable sit
uation or sub-title. And yet there
was plenty to interest-spectators
who, like "strong meat," there
were-.any number of "big" mo
ments and exciting situations.
"John Smith" proves' convlnctngV
the truth that1 a well 'directed,
written and acted picture need
not stand on the legs o sensa
tionalism. ' .
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SM4TH SEUNIQC RlCTUftES 'i i
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A story ot colorful Spain, ot
moonlights, of eenoritas, of danc
ing and guitars tbe land for pas
sionate love making written by
Vicente Blasco Ibanez. author of
"The Four Horsemen," adapted
by June Mathis, adapter of that
liroduction and directed" by Fred
Niblb, who directed "The Three
Musketeers." . Such is "Blood and
Sand," starring Rudolph Valen
tino which comes to tbe Grand
' No company before x'ae- public
stands the wear and . tear of time
as well as does the Famdus Geor
gia Minstrels, soon to appear in
this city. In the hearts of the
theater-going public It Is always
popular. T The sub-title "Georgia"
has been copied by many, the ob
ject being to mislead the public
but this aggregation has never
been withdrawn from the Ameri
can stage for a single season, and
during the 33 years of its exist
nce- it has eclipsed' all previous
'The , announcement (that they
wUl; appear; at the tSrand theater
.will be welcome news to the min
Earl She&han and Bertha Start-
mia are two versatile artists who
sing and dance the way the audi
ence" 4 ; thoroughly' ' enjoys. " Miss"
Startman wears some stunning
gcjwns that must be seen "to be
appreciated." ' Sheahan is a funny
eccPTitrid com'sdiin, who sings and
dances his 'way into the heart of
evEyone. "'This, act Is fall of pep;
ibfeejf and; fgp aaiT is ijlte tQ.W
eijbyedtby iHi iAt the? JJUgko
day and' tomorrow.
;Middetons anikns, , a. xleveH
Marionette exhibition in which the
mech5njbl ;ilges , d eyefytbink
hat?J humans' fcould doy andr in
mny cases do it bettertthan most
humans could, giving s correct
representation of a vaudeville en
tertainment, .introducing every
known feature .wj'ih many bits of
comedy all donW by'lhe 'little' me
chanical figures. It Js. an of fer
ingwtiichVan f& figured 'to give
anj audi eh ce 'the maxinium' of real
talnmehtr'Atf Wie'Bligli'today and
tomorrow ",: "' ':'
GROWERS LIKELY TO
V PA YD AM AGE M 0 N EY
t . jt(9ontJ.nued, rpm. page ,1.) ...
seem to preclude further litigation
along that line.
1 The order wlll 1 therefore- be,
ihkt this cause be remanded, with
directions to overrule" the demujr
rer -as tb alr the' defendants who"
signed exhibit C; to permit plain
tiff, if It is so directed, to file a
supplemental complaint as to
these defendants; tb re-try the
case as" to the' growers and plain
tiff, and-' ate between the fruit
union and the' plaintiff so far as
either shall desire to do sOleav
lng the testimony already taken
to 'stand as " between ' thb fmit
union and the plaintiff." '
j -The' demurrer was brought by
the growers in the first trial oh
the ground ' that the Phez con
tracts -were with the fruit union
and could hot bind the individual
growers. The lower court bus-
tained this plea, but the supreme
court held - that the growers
I H- MONDAY NIGHT
should have been included, hence
this second trial, with th rrftv-'i
ers as defendants and' the fruit '
union not appearing at a I, ex
cept by name.'- 1' v'.
The cases v aggregate not far
from a quarter of a millim dol
lars. It is estimated that the coif
J lectible damages rafghtaggregate
sia.o.ooo, The - supreme '.court
opinion seems to indicate, that the.
growers ; themselves . might , ,,be
liable to the fruit union- lor fa
part of its defection 'to. The. PheJ
buyers, but as the amount of this
financial responsibility Is said" to
be less than the union would be
held for under the general ver
dict ; for damages to The ' Phez
company. It would do the union
no "good to try to collect, from
the growers, even if it could. The
union 'property, estimated tV bo
worth, " somewhere " fronv $ 6C(M)0
to $75,000, expected to. be held
liahl. for Judgment Ho its full
yilue. and then the growers, if
the ' final decision goes 'as' Hi ia
now indicated, may have to .mhke
it. us understood that all. -er
practically, all,, of t the-- original
Phez contracts with the growers
have been adjusted amicably to
all interested. - One grower near
Woodburn, who 'fouadf-that . he
couldn't produce his berries :for
the contracted 3 cents,', brought
tnem "in ; nevertheless tor two
years, when his ' ne(bhbbrs, . In
1?20. were1 running wild on 1S
cent berries. The storjf la. that the
company , actually paid' him a
bonus, that made him 9 cents for
his berries. while - his neighbors
were getting 13' cents. : But now,
Witty . the jprobabfllity that' lthey
will have to make tip ths jltt fer
ence after it Is: alt spenrke'has
his 9 cents, and is huggtag him
self to sleep every 'night.' OTer.he
way he settled, '
The supreme court haA.phangei
greatly sinec the originaf Dhex
opinion was written. Three UVr'
members out of the total bt seven
-Justlcea, McCourt;4 Balid. and(
Brown have come to the bench
siflce 'Justice McjBride fpte th
opinion. ' There is no probability
of a change In the ourtr4'polnt.ot
view, however, even .with .the
qhange of personell, , jand" the .tak
ing of testimony as.HotheVigrdw
erB is generally regarded as just
one more step In the final decis
ion that the growers and the lruit
union are to he held for the; dam
ages claimed, v ', -
j AT TH t-l R VICiTO R Y
Honunuea irom page i.)
bor headquarters- the ppintonwas
expressed that everything points
to a-Labor government wdnV-"
' The result - of the ' contest f ot
Loridon ' University where Q
atf;toar.iot, be ,annbu,iscBdiij:4r
a1 day or two, as University voting
i conducted,; by,, mail, extending
over a week.
: parcourt Johnstone, .Liberal,
waa .aeieatea ror Kast ( Vvliesden
bylsir H, Mallabv-Deelev. conserv.
atfve, the vote being 12,523, to
Rhoten to Tell lowans :
About Oregon Country
E. A. Rhoten of the Pacific
Homestead is to start today or to
morrow on an interesting misison.
First of all he is going to visit bis
old home,. near Cedar Rapids, la.,
and, get. acquainted with the folks
he used to know. Then he- is
going to have the fun of showing
te them the real Oregon as pic
tured by the best- photographers
or tne west. He is carrying a
whole grip-full of stereopticon
slides.- from' the Salem and' Port
land Chamber of . Commerce series.
from the Northern Pacific, the
Oregon state collection, and Thl
Dalles Commercial - okibj : He ex
pects to give this series, with an
accompanying description,, te all
tbe friendly communities around
his old home' that will turn out to
bear of the western wonderland.
Mr. Knoten is doing this as a
Salem community advertising,
merely for, the pleasure of telling
the Hawkeyes just what kind of a
country" he lives in out here in
Oregon. He "Willi away' from
Salem about a month.
. ; NEW DORM PLANNED.
, ! WALLA WALLA, Wash., Not,
If. Architects; plana for a f 100:
000 men's dormitory for Whitman
college were received here, today
and contractors the 'northwest
have ben invitd to submit bids for
for the structure to be erected, next
spring. Estimates will be received
at President S.! B. L. 'Penrose's
office up to December 4.The'new
C7BR1EN JOHN "SMITH
MajOl WflO WieldS Wicked
Pen Must be Discharged
BOSTON, Nov. 16. Major Mal
colm Wheeler-Nicholson, critic of
the Tegular-army, has lost bis ap
peal from the classification which
makesshim subject id discharge,
and has sent a petition to Presi
dent Harding asking for reversal
of the action.
The pff icer a year ago declared
in a letter to the president that
the army had- beerf7 Prussian
ized," and 'published a pamphlet
entitled "The regular armyr re
form or abolish it.
In his petition to President
Harding, - Major Wheeler-Nichol
son reviews the records in his
case .asserts that General Persh
ing and. other officers have been
prejudiced against him, and asks
that ha be retained in the.ser-
Clackamas Chairman Spend
E. L. Johnson, chairman of the
Republican county -central com
mittee in. Clackamas county, . ex
pended $164.50 during the cam
paign prior to the election of No
vember 7, according, to his state
ment med wit hthe secretary of
Other expense statements have
been filed as follows:
Ja'mep ,WHamiltpn, Republican
candidate: for- Judge, of circuit
our,t, second judicial district.
l 'Charlea M. O'Neill,' independent
candjLdate for judge circuit -court,
13th judlciaf district, -$10.90.
ATM.'Xarollett, Republican can-
i' iZ l.r'-; "
B G CLOSING-OUT
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'We wan! to dispose of every. dollars worth of the
stock o the Capital Cash Store in order that: we "may in-;
stall s complete' ' . ; , 'V
In order to move the
Turner's Cream White Orange Peel
lour, 49 lbs. sack 28c
$1.50 Lemon Peel
8 lbs. Snowdrift ;
$L45 1 lb. Golden West Coffee
4 lbs. Snowdrift .. c.
71;- ' 2 b. Golden West X3of fee
75c ! ,:. 80c "
1 lb. HiH Bros. Coffee r-:
41 Crystal White soap 6 for
2 lbs. HU1 Bros. .Coffee Armour's Oatmeal Soap,
80c 7 for
- ; 25c
100 lbs. Potatoes Fairbank's' Tar Soap,
90c 6 f or
No. 1 tall Red Alaska Sweet Heart Soap, 7 for
-25 c '
Heinz No. 2 cans Pork
- Bacon Brisket, lb.' and Beans, 2 cans for
28c 35c '
Barton's W Ham, tb Choice Corned Beef, lb.
29c i2y2C ;
Barton's Standard Ham :
lb. Salt Backs, lb.
28c ' 28c
Large pgk. Keri's Crown Hard Wheat
Wheat Flakes Flour 49 lb. sack
, Fisher's Blend Flour
Large pkg. Albers Oats 49 fl,
' ' 1 n 1
Every article in tlhe store will be marked down to
cost and below. Small merchants may purchase any
part of stock and fixtures.
C. A. Johnson
Successor to CAPITAL CASH STORE
456 State Street
dldate for state, senator.
senatorial district. $30.
Newton W. Borden, Democratic
candidate for. state santor. sixth
"D. E. FlIther, Republican can
didate for representative, eleventh
representative district. $9.75.
R. M.'Walker, Chairman Fletch-
er lor Kepreseniaiie cwu,
support of candidacy of D E.
Fletcher, Republican candidate
for representative, 11th represen
tative district, $58.25.
L. L. Crawford, Democratic
candidate for representative, 15th
representative district, nothing.
M. J. Lee, Republican candi
date for representative, 16th rep
resentative, district, nothing.
Leila Mitchell, secretary Linn
county Republican central com
mittee, campaign fund, $70.
R. J. Ginn. chairman Sherman
county Republican central com
mittee, campaign fund, $71.
Justice Burnett Heads
Scottish Rite Masons
Scottish Rite Masons represen
tative of Salem and surrounding
cities, met at the Masonic temple
Monday evening and perfect! the
organiaztion of the Rosej Croix
club, to which all .Scottish Rite
Masons . are eligible to member
ship. They elected officers as follows:
Judge George II. Burnett, presi
dent; T. P. Desteigen, vice presi
dent for Silverton; John F. Steel
hammer, vice president for Wood
burn; Oscar Hayter, vice presi
dent for Dallas; Dr. H. Charles
Dunsmore, vice president for In
dependence . and Monmouth, and
A. B. Hansen vice president for
Salem. Elias Kilen was elected
secretary treasurer and almoner.
Everyone Attending Rich
Bride's Weddjntj is Blind
NEW YORK, Nov.-l. Miss
Winnlfred Holt, herr vredding
march played by bljnd musicians
and attended by font, sightless
bridesmaids, was married today
to Dofus Graves Mather of Prince
tonr N. J., in the Lighthouse, one
ot the refuges she established for
the blind. - .
Blind men, women and. children
mingled with hundreds of society
folk as guests.
The bride's wedding dowry was
swollen at tho hour of the cere
mony by msuy cash presents,
which are to be applied toward
liquidation! Jt a $100,00fr debt
due on, the Paris Lighthonst,
which Miss Holt "founded" during
the war. . -. ; . -
stock quickly we quote you a
NOVEMBER 17. 1922
65 Year Old Wife of Wis
consin Pastor Worth
CHICAGO. Nov. 1 8. That the
the 63-year-old bride of a Wiscon
sin minister, twenty years her
junior, am yhave been slain, was
hip ted today when her body was
exhumed at Gary .Ind.. and the
vital criraus brought to Chicago
The bride was. the wife ,of the
Rev. Griffith Crawley of Solon
Springs, Wia. Before her raar
rrage last 'summer she, was re
puted to have" been socially prora-tne-nt
in aGry and to have been
worth between 175,000 and $100;
000. Th body was exhumed at
the request of Mrs. F. E. Wil
liams, a niece.
Only Thing. He'd. Buy Her
Was Coffin; Asks Divorce
That her husband had married
her in less than six months time
after divorcing ' his 'first ' wife,
withouther knowledge and that
since that time he had treated her
in a cruel and inhuman manner
were the allegations' set forth ftt
the divorce petition filed in tLe
circuit court yesterday by Fay
Rucker vs Clyde A.' Rocker
The complaint states that the
defendant had frequently threat
ened to "smash, her nose" and
that upon one occasion when she
was ill he told her that he would-
buy a coffin but he'd - be hanged
if he'd, pay for her doctor MUs.
In addition it is. claimed he kept
company, with other women and
forced her "to support them both
Ittrough whatever Odd jobs she
could find when she was In 111
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r-rif it's good bread. Bread making is an art and
the bakers of Hillman's Health Bread are mas
ters of their craft. J. '
Grain, fruits, nuts go to make iip thls won
derfully balanced health food.
Hillman's Health Bread is baked, in. your
own town, and do you know that .the. Cherry City
Bakery, where this wonderful product is pro
duced,, is one of the very largest, most modern
and best equipped bakeries in Oregon t. ..An up-to-the-minute
institution which has, spared no ex-
pense co give 10 11s patrons ine very Best which
it. is possioie to gives,
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health and unable to do hard
rork. . '
Th . -Rackers i re . msrrled'
September i i, l S t S at Vancouver,
Mart is Branded, Alleged
to Have Mistreated Wife
HAGERSTOWN, Md., Not.H.
-s-Officers here are making J
rigid invest!gatk)H ot he attack- x
made upon Edward Fisher, aall. '
road mair, who was kidnapped
Hagerstown Tuesday n'.ght by "
eight men, purported to. hate been .
members of the Ku Klnx Klaa--from
Waynesboro, Pa., taken fa
ail. automobile te afield . outside
of the city and branded on both
cheeks and his forehead with the
letter "K." -:"".
It is understooa tlvat his' a."'-1
sailanta told Fisher that he waVv
marked and beaten becanse h ' -mistreated
his wife. Mrs. TIsher'r '
denied -such reports. " ' '-'
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