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Alii SAtA4VZVI -
.agenev b'Briehi and .Jeorge
. . Fawcett 4b Jhn Smith" 1
''f -"' and two other reels! "
;1 Neal ' ilarbln ' f rrangled :
. Trails f'HIedrome
; Vaudeville. ";;v"r
j MatlnW 'Hew Peters in
u nv JiBmaif-Hoarfa..' r : f
Tailor Mad Man." m
., Rudolph Valentino . In '
'Blood and Sand." ' .
- Tb history of r'tb: American
stage does not record a mora, eo
whtch'edut, to tfe jOfand theater
This companV lias fathered tfis
storm of over '33 .year ron .the
road, harlni; visited ' time upon
time eTery ci'w and state oa this
continent, an! have, spent 'humer
eu" seasons In 'foreign .-countries
where.ttheynfcare; been received
by . crowned . heads , and . the mo-
bllities, where their eucce3B has
been as marked as Ja their native
country, the company and pro
duction for this season, la out '' of
. the ordinal. . :'. V. : f;':iVi'-
Mrs;. Xang grewto Jove John
Smith Jasfr as if hewera her own
son. But when someone stole, the
proceeds of a charity bazaar and
murdered the chauffeur, things
looked bad -for John Smith. The
lore be bore,' -Mary Mason,' Mrs.
Lang's companion, mad -him keep
his past a secret,. Ha was arrest
ed and made to stand trial. But
meanwhile the1 real criminal was
apprehended by a clever detectlT
and John Smith was freed.! The
picture ended with, a bright , fu
ture looming ahead of John Smith
tA picta.-a might well beknown
by the cast It has. Jn MThe Girl
Who" Ran WiIaV";"QW4W Walton's
latest Universal., starring , vehicle
ihowing a; the Bllgh r theater yn
Sunday, f the star 1a.. well. support-,
d by scch well ii.own pUe.s a
Vernon Steel, .l,uclle Rlcksen,
Lloyd Whitlock, Xl Hati,v,Mart B.
Robbins, . Nelson McDowell, ' Joe
Dowllngrft William '.Ban-ea and
Anna Hernandexi In .the. rola of.
a love-sick school jgirl.-j.Lucllle
Ricksen' eepecially capturett .-tier,
audlence.wlth .her magnetie charm
end. appealing personality; C H
' i'vV '."i i1! '. ;iV4 ifi
' A vivldi story yf the' Canadian
Northwest with kone of th vital
figures of the Royal Northwest
Mounted ," Police as.ith Jiero
"who "always geU nls man" that
Is "Tangled Trail,' which (intrp
duces 'Neal Hart, called ' Ameri
ca's Pal, to the' patrons; of the
Bllgh theater .today,, -The1 star
enacts the part of Jack Borden,'
who is assigned-- lo"thetask"-of
CcciiHj jtoThe Libeif-
Anita Stewart in "Rose O'
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THE PACIFIC HOMESTEAD
215 So. Cc'sisiercial Street
capturing Phil Lawson , a ' crooked
promoetr, whV . is also wanted for
murder. Thepnrsuit. takes ; Bor
den from I the y Northwest' across
the, border, straight to the finan
cial heart 4otKeW York.
In . the metropolis' the Mounted
catches his man.tonlyto lose him
again. The crimlris.1 doubles back
On the . trail and returns :to the
wjlderness. But 'fiixdon catches
u'o with him and stfceedsrin bis
quest. There Is a pleasant ro
mance. attached to the tdry which
Neal Hart bt ;a rugged"! figure s
balances Us dramatic -'jnoment
the fed-dated figure and' his sup
port includes the(charmltif: Violet
palmer, and Ed jtoseman who, as
the villain., enactsr a ' pictuesquo
part,' Charles; F. iBartlett- wrote
and directed the feature.
' Charles Rar inV"A Tailor, Made
Man; is the. stellar' attraction at
the . Oregon theater 'commencing
tonight. Adapted 'totthe screen
from" one of the; oatsfcanding stage
successes of rbe lat Wveral sea
sons, ?A Tailor ; Made Man" is
said to afford to M,r nay oppor
tunities to display his utmost tal
ents to. supreme .iadvantage in
fact, tQ score one of the great,
triumphs of his already notable
; "Blood and Sand", is announced
as being one of the most colorf ul
productions in years. It is a story
of Spain, and "the life of a bull
fighter, gitln.g all the verre and
romance of such ' an' existence
without presenting those features
of abull fight. not, enjoel,. by
American audiences. ; It . will . be
shown at the, Grande theater to-
day. Lila - Lee and - NUav Naldl
have the leading feminine roles.
lo Keceire Answers
(Continued from page 1.)
ta a mechanic with years of prac
tjlcal experience on Jtop. of natu
ral aptitude for m oceanic, i Mr.
kerly can bring to the averaga
rar . owner "or operator some Jo-
tcrmation of real, lasting, value.
f it . you wish " to knowj little
more about the "things, that ail
your car the rheumatism ,f and,
the ' colic land : the .-dandruff and
the toothache and all .the. little
Indispositions that an almost , hu
manly oalky ,car-;ean dlplajH
Writ The Statesman, auto depart
ment' ,c: It the information Isn't
right on hand, it will.ne secured,
and published. Maybe it is the
same' thing: that worries the next
neighbor, also, and he's oeen suf
fering In silence, ashamed, to-., tell
the world . that he didn't" know,
all about his -own, . carl Thla..
localized information especially
good - for; Oregon ctonditlob... of
climate, weathei, roads, n -everything,
The Sea.w ....
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Win, Fine Prize
ai the abkabet Ficure
I is A, 2 is. B. and so
three words. .What are
President Believed Favorab
' ly Inclined to Proposal
Made by Packer
WASHINGTON. Nov. 17.
President ; Harding will make the
final' decision for . the govern
ment: on, the proposal , that Ar
mour; ft Co. purchase Morris
Co., another , of the "big five".
Chicago packers. It was indicated
today in high administration cir
The president already has dis-t
cussea me matter wiin J, ugaen
Armour and will go over it in
detail with . Secretary Wallace as
soon as tn experas of the de
partment of agriculture have
completed their study of ' the
plan. .. " ' - '
Open Mind Maintained
The executive was represented
as being : of the opinion, on-the
basis of the information now in
his possession, that there would
be-no" objectidh at. law to the
proposed .... consolidation , in view
of the stricter , government regu-J
lations. ,of the packing industry,
provided- for in . the . packers and
stock, yards control act. It was
emphasized however, that he waa
keeping an open, mind until all
the facts bearing on the situation
had . been presented.
. Secretary.. Wallace said today
that there .would, be no definite
decision for. several days. Among
matters under consideration by
e government, . it, was under-
Stood Was the probable effect ot
the : projected merger upon the
subsldary corporations of the two
i Precedent Already Set
tThe : administration officers
said that, a .favorable decision
by the government on Mr. Ar
mour's proposal would not neces
sarily set a i precedent for gov
ernmental appxpvai ot consolida
tion, oj corporations In , .other
lines of industry such as that re
cently - proposed in. the' case of
several of '.the - so-called indepen
dent steel companies. It was ex
plained. that quite a different sit-J
nation i was j presented since the
government ; regulation of the
packing industry was provided
hy. law, where there was no such
regulation In the steel and vari
ous other. Jines oC . business.
v. Hard Hit,, Claim
In outlining to the president
the. situation which.-Armour &
Co. believed -made desirable and
necessary , the consolidation . ot
that company and Morris & Co
MAn'Arooar was understood to
have emphasized, that the pack
ing industry was particularly
hardVybit by thejrecent general
busineas depression. His opinion
wasK that .unless there- were mer
gers within the industry, some
t the, paekers would be unable
to get along. ,.;
Hi A HUSBAND
Adele Garrison's Hew Fhaso of
REVELATIONS 0Ft A WIFE
THE . -THINGS DICKY HAD TO
SAY ON LELIA'S WED
Leila's wedding day!
awakened early in the morn
ing and looked eagerly through
the windows of the sun parlor to
see whether my little friend would
be. a bride, whom "the sun shines
on4-.,I knew enough of her In
tensely feminine nature to be
sure that .rain ofr shadows upon
her wedding day would distress
her. immeasurably, and waa glad
indeed to see .the sun rising clear
The wedding ceremony was to
be read at 4 o'clock in the after
noon, but Dicky and I had been
bidden to come to (he old Paige
home, tor breakfast with the mem
bers of, the wedding party. Maj.
Grantland and two or three Paige
"cousins." Leila had expressed a
wish to have the pink and white
dogwood blossoms plied against
the holly and pine branches which
banked the walls of the stately
drawing room,' and "Cousin" Jim
Paige had promptly promised: that
lie, wqnJJ, head a party of wedding
guests who would ro to the woods
and bring in and arrange the
blossoms at an hour near enough
to tnat set for the ceremony to
insure their keeping their fresh
ness. Certain Complications.
; To tell the truth. I wasn't ex
ceedingly enthusiastic over the
morning g program. The presence
In the same party of Dicky. Edith
rarx, "Cousin" Jim Paige,
Mugn urantland and myself
promised complications, which.
even. Ifthey were not unpleasant
mignt weii prove more or less
That Edith Fairfax cared nope
lesslyfar Dicky I bad long known
ndf"pousln' Jim Paige had con
fided to me his feeling for Edith
when we i were seated next each
other. ;atthe dinner "Aunt boa"
hadrgfren. I had seen also his
jealousy of Dicky, aomethin
wuicn naa worried me absurdly.
i It PREVAIL
MISS FIELD ENGAGED
CAt?Vy 'lift v
I f.' - -f - - 'A Cr4I
i-ii The engagement of Miss Gwendolin Field of Chicago to Mr.
Archibald Edmonstone is announced. Miss Field is the grand
daughter of the late Marshal Field, from whose estate she came Into
9500,000. She ta .living with her
ceatty, at their home in lagianq.
Then, too, there was always be
fore my Imagination the possible
consequences of the jealous feel
ing, .which Dicky cherished. toward
Hugh Grantland-a .feeling con
cerning which I acquitted myself
pt all blame, but which I was just
enough to acknowledge was war
ranted by. the officer's attitude
There was no way. out of the
affair, however, and I rose and
dressed as quietly and rapidly as
possible, that Dicky might have
the room . to .himself when he
should awaken.. We have been
accustomed so long to the really
spacious quarters of, our house
at Marvin, with a large room for
each of us, that it is irksome to
Dcky. ,to crowd his belongings
Into a small room which he must
share with- me. .
I waa not. successful, however.
in .myr attempt, .for as I wa3 ar
ranging my hair in front of the
mirror, Dicky's yoice startled me
into dropping my brush.
A Storm Averted.
"What the devil ar vnn nn at
this unearthly hour fo?" he in
quired. , "Oh. I remember, that
Jamboree over at the Paige , me
nage : 4well, I'll tell the world
I feel, more like turning over for
another forty winka than I do like
trotting through the woods lnnfr-
4g, Jfor dogwood blossoms! If
tbat. Isn't just, like a woman, up
setting everything to get just the
Kina: or ilowers she wants."
As It happened, a man 'on
set, things' this particular time,"
I answered demurely, picking up
my hair brush. "As I under
stand it, Leila simply said she
loved the dogwood blossoms, and
uuia axe ,to have them around
her. and Dr,; Jim Paige promptly
organized this hunt for them "
,yn, ot course, h could be de
pended on to roll ovfir i
dead when either of the Fairfax
sisters . lifted a finger " Dicky
growled. "There's devotion for
Sk ? . 'Move with
-v.wx lUai neii getvtip at thi i
hour in thewaorntng ta hunt for
flowers for ber sjster'r wedding
Tnat,s his;owh businesshowever
but why in thunder he hks to rope
In the rest of us .
He was ctretching and flexing
his muscles now,. his inevitable
prelim nary to rising, i finlshed
my hair, arranged my side of the
m.Cjju in orderly fashion, and
hastily departed to my own side
or the room to finish dressing.
L f-"ot wabt to add trt"9
toannoyance he evidently Wa3
mk"?f,l'bI?t tiat feIIow makes
55!'?h lnajah Sht to be tied
soT.htr ,Cft ,n th woo2
MtU they et a little
sane again. Of all ahe mooning
calvea x ever saw in my ,ifJ
they're the limit! Bat i -0ll
women like that sort of thing"
thts Bpeech nought me
Vhat' h ir8t ngef' for 1
to the surface from some depth
h m7 nature and drives Sr
avea of feeUng back. -
.turned to Dicky, striking a
V hat oal wisdom!" rev
claimed, saucily. 'r. Sandys on"
women! Really dear ,
to retire to a cave and be a her
nUt or.a mystic for awhile. Your
Philosophy is so -
v "If you don't get out of here,"
Dicky interrupted, grinning. "I'll
stage a cave man stunt that'll
keep you away from that break
fast Now beat it, and let me
(To be continued.) T
7 Li ; . -v : ' m
uncle ana aunt, Lord and Lady
SHIP SUBSIDY PILOTS
ACTIVE IN CONGRESS
(Continued from page 1.)
other than committee amend
ments and already with amend
ments in order, indications were
that Democrats, working jointly
with Republicans, who oppose
the bill, would endeavor to re
impose excess profits and sur
taxes ' as a means of providing
fvnds for ships.
. Dry Amendment Expected
Democratic leaders predicted
a flood of amendments would
be offered inctuding an amend
ment sponsored by the dry ele
ment barring liquor on American
ships. Another point expected
to result In a . fight by any pro
posal under which foreign hips
would be permitted to engage in
Notwithstanding signs of an
Impending fight in the house, the
senate is regarded by advocates
of the measures as the most dan
gerous point. A new ruling on
debate' is posible there and a
number of Republican leaders
have expressed doubt whether
the legislation can be disposed of
by March 3 when all bills die
with the end of the congress.
RECOVERS FROM RHEUMA
TISM "Had rheumatism five months
that would go from my left knee
to my back. Tried many reme
dies without relief. Finally used
Foley Kidney Pills and in fifteen
days was entirely cured," .writes
W. J. Oliver, Vidalia, Georgia.
Backache, rheumatic pains, dull
headache, dizziness and blurred
vision are symptoms of kidney
disorder. Foley Kidney Pills
quickly relieve kidney and blad
der trouble. Sold everywhere.
Reported by Union Abstract
. Company )
Hubbard Bank' association to
J. L.. Calver, trustee, lots 7 and
8, block 3, Hubbard, $1.
Fargo Orchards company to M.
P. Flack, part of lots 6 and 7,
block 1, Farpo Orchard Tract,
W. A. Moores to William Flem
ing, lot 10, block 4, Richmond
addition to Salem, $10.
Mrs. E. Bradford et al to F.
W. Lawrence et al, lot 2, block
A.. Savage addition to Salem,
J. G. Minto et al to Zona De
Lapp, lot 6, block 8, Riverside
addition to Salem, $400.
0. A. Olson and wife to J. W.
Maruny, lot 5, block 1, South
west addition to Salem, $10. ;
G. A. Thomason and wife to G.
F. Mentzer and wife, lot 11, block
5, Englewood addition to Salem,
E. Hartley and wife to Mattie
K. Bean, part of lots 6 and 7,
block 85, Salem, $10.
J. R. Linn and wife to C. E.
Crandall, part cf lot 3 and all of
lot 4, Garden Home Tracts, $10.
J. R. Linn and wife to Ladd Sc.
Bush, part of lot 3, and all of
lot, 4, Garden Home Tracts, $10.
F. M. Fresh and wife to J. P.
Wourms and wife, part of block
1, Stay ton, $10.
T. W. Davie and wife to hem
Swank, land In claim 31-8-i-W
1. P. Pernard and husband to
C. H. Ernst, land in claim Acoltie
5-2-W., $375. ,f
J. P. Mullen et al to C. S. Mul
len, land In claim 18 "and 67-4-2-W-,
E. J. Robinson to M. A. Rue,
land In C-l-W., $500.
E. J. Robinson to E. K. nihl-
strom, laid in 6-1-W., $500.
E. L. Anderson to G. S. Ander
son, lota Jl0r.ll and 12, block 13,
Englewood addition to Salem, and
Tn.J t .Ulm ' CT? W 1 ft -
Hattle N." - Allen to J. W. Ric
ards and wife, land in claim 64
S10. J. Williamson and wife to Ol
denburg A. E., prt of block 77,
North Salem, $10.. .
H, Thurber and wife to W. C.
Justice, laid in claim 6 3-6-5 -W.,
F. J. Miller and -jrlfe to Frank
Mei. tract No. 6, Miller Acres,
C. E. Crandall ani wife to J.
R. Linn, part tf lor 3 and all of'
lot 4, Garden Home Tracts, $10.
Mary Windishar to L. and A.
J. Weissenfels, part of lots 7 and
8. block 8, Palmer's swond ad
dition toMt. Angel. $l00.
August Erickfon to L. D. Por
ter and wife, lots 3 and 4, and
part of lot 5. block E. Simpson's
addition to Salem, $10.
Lucy V. Gratara to James WT.
Rogers and wife, lots 2 and 7,
block 22. Depot addition to Sa
lem. $600. .
E. Anderson and wife to T. R.
Eaton, lot 14, subdivision, of blks
29 and 30, Capital Home addition
to Salem. $10
M. P. Lauterman and husband
to E. P. Peliter. lot 5, block 55.
Boise's subdivision in North Sa
E. J. Allen and wife to W. A.
Chapman, lots 6 and IS, block 4
F. L. Utter to Frances W Ut
ter, lot 4, block 15r $10.
A. S. Reed to C. H. McKee and
wife, lots 4 and 5, block 8, Rail
road addition to Jefferson, $10.
North Side Investment company
to T. A. Van Cleave and wife, lot
; .?ck G Nortn Side addition
North Side Investment company
to James A "Whitlow, lots 3, blk
orth Side addition to Silver
W. A. Chapman and wife to E
J. Allen and wife, lot 1, part of
lot 2, block 1, Woodburn, $100
W F. weddle and wife to'c
H. , McKee, lot 2. block 3, Jeffer
son, and land in claim 65-10-3-$10.
J. R. Gardner and wit c-
ton Foresters' Hall association,
3 ana block 5,
, City of Hubbard tr, TaV. j
Chloe Zeek, land in claim 65 and
I, NEW CORPORATIONS J
Articles of lncnriutr.fi
- m .v;n mere
filed here yesterday by the Al
Azar Hall association f t .
land, capitalized at $50,000. The
incorporators are Chester H. Rob
inson, Dr. William H. Keller, M
D. Crain, Fred W. German
H. S. Berryman.
Other articles ; wiled were:
Astoria? incorporators, Norman
Britton, Elma Johnson, Howard
K. Zimmerman; capitalization,
Vernonia Light & Power com
pany Portland; incomorators.
George J. Burdick, Maurice W
Seitz, M. E. McDermott: caDltali-
A permit to onerate in Orvmi
was" issued to Siems & Carlson,
a v ashingwton concern capital-
..... " ,' . -.-:,.' '
At Prices Less Than You
Expect To Pay
We have a complete line of Home Furnishings and
can furnish your house from the basement to the attic
We have just received another shipment
of Craftsman leather Overstuffed Roekern.
They are moderately priced and make ideal
gifts for mother or father. . Come in and pick
yours outr pay a dollar down and a dollar a
week until Christmas when we will deliver It.
The balance you can pay a little each week
Doll Buggies for Christmas
" ' v. a. uwumui oaawuuciii Kciiume iccu ana iiure, puiiman ana
r sleeper bodies, upholstered in genuine corduroy; reversible gear; rubber tires.
I Built lust like a hahv hnvtrv. Ynnr littlo
- , - 1
ster in town with one 6f
And you have paid
USE YOUR CREDIT : : : : : : PAY AS YOU USE
C. F.. Giese Furnittiire
373 Court Street Ph6ne '464M$2
Moslem ieader Predicts
New Democracy Will Br
Created in Near East
PAK1S, Nov. 15. (By The As
sociated Press) Ismet . Pasha,
head of the Turkish delegation to
the Lausanne . peace - conference
discussed the Near East situation
today, with Premier Poincare and
at the conclusion of the interview
"My three-quarters of an hour
conference- with M. Poincare waa
most satisfactory:" . .
Says Want Peace
After a '-Sleepless night and a
busy day, Ismet received 50 or
more correspondents at his quar
ters at the Hotel Crillon. It is not
certain that I was to go to Lon
don., So far I have received no
olficial invitation to do so.
"If there are any fresh Incidents
at Constantinople, it won't be our
fault. We want "peace also. You
may be sure that whatever we
sign we will not violate."
Ismet said he had been officially
ized at $90,000. "J. F. Britt of
Portland Is named as attorney-in-fact
for Oregon. - The firm will
do a contracting business. H H
Special Release of
5 Victor Records
6109 $15 . , ' i
Three O'clock in the Morning John McCormack.
18957 75c '
Nellie Kelly I Love You, (from "Little Nellie Kelly") '
; - ,. American Quartett
You Remind Me of My Mother, (ffom "Little Nelly
Kelly") Henry Burr
18963 75c V ; v: i
Homesick Pox Trot Whitman arid his orchestra, i
All Over Nothing At All Fox Trot Great White Way
Orchestra. . - J
18964 75c v-
Tomorrow Fox Trot Great White Way Orchestra
You Gave Me Your Heart Fox Trot Great White
Way Orchestra. ;
1 18965 75c : v-- ,.:
I Wish I Cduld Shimmy Like My Sister KateFor Trot
: . The Virginians
Gee! But I Hate To Go Home Alone Fox Trot.
, The Virginians
Superior Record Service
- , -w- m w"c iuuuueot young
these for her very own.
down $1 weekly
for a most acceptable Xmas gift.
informed that the Lausanne cos
ference was stm et tor Novem
ber 20. .,j ,,.' .iv,f, . .....
While photographers were busy
with flashlights, Ismet began a
short speech. "We want peace at
Lausanne because we have a war
ravaged country, in need, of rcn.
structlon. -The world . must not
believe that we are militarists
that we are inflated by our recent
successes. Mark my weird, we art
going to create a new Turkey U
which there will be. democracy u
pure . as inany western country.
We intend to live independent na
tionally in. every sense and the
Turkish people will not renounce
in any degree this independence
for any reason. ; , .. .
In response to questions Ismet
reiterated the intention - pt : th
Turkish government not to recog.
nlxe the pre-war capitulations
which he asserted had been non
existent since 1914.
Patience waa the subject of the
teacher's discourse, and to lHaa-
trate her point she drew on the
blackboard a picture of a small
boy sitting ; on the bank ot a
stream, fishing. -
-You see this lad. . children,
she said beaming 6n ner puvlls. '
"He's fishing. Well, even the
pleasure of fishing requires na
tience. He must be -vrenarA tn
sit and watt.' And ahe dilated on
the importance of being patient, y
"Now. then, can any of na t
boys tell me what we need most
when we go fishing she Invited.
Like .one voice came a chorus
from the class: "Bait!' f U
Dining Room Special
. ' - -. -.,
42-inch top hardwood dining table wUh;
four solid oak,' gen bine' leather seat chairs.'
The five piece set specially priced, while they:
last at . . .