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" TITO- OREGON: STATESMAN. SALEM, OREGON - SUNDAY. MORNING,. DECEMBER 811022- tfT " ' Vx
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I ; T - .TTyrr - - I - eeonra - Ever, ; an at-to-tM innArrn -I nnr- Tfl
il 0i RiCheS.,. y. . J,.-
Two acts H i p p i d rome
Gladys Walton ia'The Lav
ender Bath Lady." iMIdnight
matinee. - ' , " . ' -r
y LIBERTY '
New'" today v Continuous
Show, "THy Wild Irish Rose,"
a big 'special attraction,' also
two reel comedy an$ News.
..;; ' OREGON T
'''Starts', today Continuous
show, "Brother Under Jtbe
Skin- with all star cast. jSAK
ways' the pick of the features
and comedies. r
-v grAnb- 7; -
Valentino's greatest ' success,
"The Young Rajah.''' Also
grest two reel comedy.
It's a rough, place for a man
witthe'hajri fever. xmfcfcYrw
5 fers to the palace set In use
i for "The" Young- 3tajah." a pic-
tore- in ?which . Rodolph Valentino
U starred.1 af4 the 6rand; theatre."
A i foreign- oeoctlon : Of . in-
; cense is used on the' set,' Such
; is thd bitissr1 odor f that i H has
a peculiar effect on bay fever
' victims, caufilng''. them spasms ' of
In i strJklnr contrast :.to; Lotrjs
I Lovely Jb "Poverty of Riches" Is
t . 1 Lettnco Joy, whose " hair la as
, iaars: as miss ixveiys is goiaen.
John Bowers ancll Richard ..Dlx,
'. known for. their good . loots, as
I welhay their-acttibgy are the prin
i clptinenf.in'.the picture,; which
1 contes Vo" theLTbert'y 1h6atre " lor
jtwQ-.dsys; . femmencinr Wednes-
day. - Goldwyn exhibited rare
1 taatalwbea.lbestfiSDurtwere' chos
en to interpret.: the story. , .
u- Cullon . Land Is, featured , --player
In "Watch Y6nr. Step," coming
to the Liberty theatre next Sun
day for three days, began - his
career. telllntr.-neWBpaperaT XAter
the became a repprter; and even
I tually gravitated lo J the tyacitic
: eoast where . he. ' performed ,odd
' tiobs in a 'tnotloBi picture itttdiol
! At length, ther, got malposition, as
, S an 'actor, andTancceeded so ad-
r -cclorfd heart-gripping ro
mance that fairly buhhles over, with
Irish wit and humor.
yx-,. . .V . , :.
mirably that he his been at .lt
iver since. Some of hi best
Known pictures are "The Girl
from Outside," ,"The01d Nest"
and "The man With Two
Mothers." lie1 Is married and bai
a lUtle girt
Thomas Melghan has a vehicle
particularly suitable in his, latest
George fAre screen story,'. "Back
Home and Broke," a new produc -
tlon, which will be the feature
atl the Oregon theatre next; Wed-
nesday." It was' written especial
ly for Mr." Melghan, and the
story has human Interest ' and
humor. LUa Lee heads a stjong
supporting feast. "
Gus Edwards' vaudeville re
views have been j the starting
point., for some great actors and
actresses. ' Llla Le who is fea-.
tured in "Ebb-Tide, a new far
amount ;',ptcture::pminK to . the
Oregon theatre 'fiext Saturday" got
her start, in - n Edwarda revu
wien she was "a mere child. She
has anany admirers, Her role in
"Ebb -Tide"" t is artjsticaliy.'. po
A ntorf -tt two married coaples
in contrasting-, stations . of .'life.
whose . marriages are threatened
with ahlpwecJkidne.to the jWlfel"
desire , to " avoid the. responsibi
lities of life and have a good
time, is told with ' genuine dra
matic power,: wifo-ari Interming
led rein of comedy, in "Brothers
TJaderT he: Skin," a tplctorerhY
Peter B. ; Kyne. which rcomee to
the Oregon theatre'loday tor
three- .days, - - -
P Wednesday s and 'Thursday i an
aU-tar picture : will ( he , shown
at thelLiberty - theatrev4 Some or
ther leading-; roles are , taken , by
John Bowers, Richard Dlx, Leat-
rice Joy and Irene Rich. 11 comes
here heralded as one of the
season'al best photoplays. Aside
from the picture the Liberty
will "Coffer 'ranotber-vinducement.
Each ' and. every patron , will re
ceive v a sheet of popttlar Immsic,
with the compliments, of . Moore's
Music' house of aalem.
George - "Ever, an " anto-the
minute ;black.face eomedtan.wha
bears oat the title he has most
I creditably sissmed as a. laugh
producer; and. a gloom dlspeller.
Hi, comedy-is of: the wholesome
kind that nature meant as to
enjoy. Hie parodies are eonvul-
singly funny. He ia possessed
ol a : personality that shines
straight through hts makeup to
me near i ot ms audience ana
we can ' assure for him the ap
plause hit on any bilL At the
Bligit theatre today and tomor
Paul Brachard Troupe, two fe
males and a male'.'asaistant. pre
sents -. a splendid "offering con
sisting of practically all the dif
ficult feats in contortion, hand
balancing, and contortion tumbl
ing. .The costumes are the finest
money can buy and are changed
daily. - The pedestal Is ' dressed
and draped" with . green plash.
Large pink:, roaee made of pink
VelTet are - artistically arranged
with pink electric lights in cen
ter of roses. ',The girls are lux
urious and beautiful and wear
miles, thronrh ; the act ' that
won't-come oft. The act invar
lably is an agreeable surprise and
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tertaining offering. At the E
theatre, today and tomorrow.
Next Friday and Saturday the
Liberty theatre will present an
other double feature show, Ruth
Roland In "The Timber Queen,'
and- TherMan or Stone," a. spe
cial 'attraction "which boasts of
the following fine cast: Captain
Deering Conway Crabtree; Lalla,
Betty Howe; Lady Fortescne,
I Martha Mansfield; Lieutenant
1 Waite, Colin Campbell; Lord
Branton. Warren 'Cook; "L ?T d
Regis,; Charles Brown
! We-Wish -You All W, "
A Happy and Prosperous
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'THE YQIM3 RAH'
Ctgaminotu:(QHcture , .
V Loye ! . Thrflli I . Beauty ! Never r has ,Valen-
Unolbeen.jlverrTach wondeffulA opportunities
Vis in thi; picture iie is superb.
Lilliputian Ball Tossers Take
In Too Much 1 erntory .
Game is Lost
After going away ont of their
elafa In size and still getting
awsy with it -for fire straight
games, the Tumbling Miageis,
100-pounder basketball team of
Salem last night took in too much
territory and were' fairly smoth
ered by the Silrerton freshmen
at the Y last night. The SilTer
ton lads couldn't - help , growing,
and If they-weighed a f nil 15
pounds per , man more than the
Salem team, it was'-nobody's
fault. The game was J close at
that," the score being i to 4. in
favor, of the visitors.
The players were: SilTerton
Ellls.v Burns, forwards; Starr,
center;' Woods, Hall, guards. The
Midgets were: Muellhaupt and
Grimm, . 'forwards; S. Waters,
center; j H. Waters, B. Clutter,
Lacey of Silverton refereed the
The pentathlon for the boys' of
110 pounds was held Saturday
for the city championship. Only
one event, the swim was defer
red, r which" wilt' be competed, for
later-when the pool is ready for
service. The . four events that
were finished brought out some
remarkably good records, as the
Basketball throw: Lawrence
Copenhaver first, 7 out of 10
tlat-reading comedy, is
goals; -Robert Hill and Edward'
Marr, tied for - second, 6 oat of
10, goals. ' v.
ifligh' jump: Harold Lehman,
first. 4 feet, 2 inches; Lawrence
Copenhagen and Edward Lee,
tied for second, 4 feet 1 Inch.
Broad jump: Lawrence Copen
haver, first, " 11' feet, 11 Inches;
Ivan Kafoury, 10 feet 84 inches;
Edward Lee, third, 10 feetfj3H
Potato race: Lawrence Copen
hayer first, 23 seconds; Wesley
Hisey, Harold Lehman, Wallace
Hug, tied for second, 24 seconds.
Some of these ties will have to
be- finished at a later date.
j Ida Van Slyke, Long Lo
cal Hestdeni, Passes on
,Tda Estella Clark was born at
BlanehardTille, 'Wisconsin, Aug
ust 20. 1862. She was educated
in the public schools of Wlscon-J
sin, and later graduated from the
Oshkosh. Wis., Normal college. In
1884. She taught in the district
school for a time.-and in 1885
was elected to a Dosition in the
eastern South Dakota state nor
a i - m
malvat Madison, S. p., where she
organized the first three years
connected, model or training de
partment in' that school. "On July
31888, she married Frank R.
Van Slyke, of Madison, where;.
they lived for many years. They
came to Salem eight-years -ago.
where they have lived ever since
Her friends nave oeen num
bered by her acquaintances
wherever she has lived. She has
been a member of the Methodist
Episcopal church for many-years,
and because of "her beautiful
Christian character ' she '. was
greatly beloved by -all who knew
her. She leaves to mourn her
loss her husband, Frank R. Van
Slyke; one son, Carroll G.; one
step-son, E. Claude, all of Salem;
and one brother, Dr. Edwin L.
Clark, of Alvin, ; Texas. She
passed to her final rest at 5:15
p. m. December '28, after a two
Harold Windus will play "Humoresque"
2 to 11 p.m.
BITS FOR BREAKF AST
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Good-bye, good old 1922! '
Welcome, a tx-tter young 1923!
Yes, it was wet enouKh for
But if the cats and does and
pitchforks that it rained hist
night had been snow, and it had
gone off with, - -a. chinook, wo
would have bad a flood. As it
was, the good earth just got a
A Dallas (Texas) court says a
man; has the right to 'get drunk
in his own home. Thus is the
sanctity of the home preserved. ,
The doss of war will find jiour
isment while there are bonebeads
"Flappers, male and female,"
n every happy hour of 1
Good light plays its part.;
In , every socket in your
The right lamp means
Wdch Electric Co.
Phil Brownell, Mgr. .
379 STATE STREET
Claire Windsor ' Norman Kerry,
Helene Chadwick Pat O'Malley
A frolicsome, properly-spiced and witty picture, for
'.people who are going, td get noarried or are not going1 to
. get married and people who are already "hooked." It
is neither a preachment nor ft problem picture but straight
amusement. See it and forget your troubles for an hour
we'll guarantee it to be worth while.
begins a , writer. -.Meaning ' riap
Pra and;flapiaks " ' ,
2 .Agaia,flet4r luck! .It's good
broccoli weather. The growefs
of this king of the winter vege
tables do not care how much it
A Salem 'jaywalker says it's
coming to be a question of how
many pedestrians can ' be rsa
down per gallon.
s "He swam the Eke; rirer
where Ford there was norie
From Lochinvar. . But -this, was
written long ago. , There is no
such river in all the green earth
now. That poor fellow Scott-was
gathered to his fathers without
the thrill of learning to craak
. well, calf weaning time
A HAPPY NEW YEAR-SHOW
TODAY TOMORROW ,
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IPETER B. KYNE'S
iTou .don't have, let, leave. the ,old tonm .town'
to find an sp-to-the-minute photo-play . .
thentre--Jast go to the Oregon. "
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will ' cot" eome tor Governor-elect
Pferce tllt the' grass; grow green
and. he may find more of them
thauihe thoughts do loot :ueed
weaning. : .
Xot'ia llH"'rimi .: ' '
A aim enfcartd
to write a.firco poster euJdenly :
foiiKi himself t a' hiss for
tresis adjeetit eJ I w :
"See here.,he said to his
l-loyer, "I 'dont know Vrhat t
eay sbout , this , iwinther. Have
'Tfcj vtcahags i of Tthe?; circus
! a t him With suFpicion.
Xo, sir, I twust J bo sald
and lon't j'olwt I jShall.rto
anything about getting vone, this
year. I neTer heard of k a r circus
bnving one, - eltlicr, vand I've
known somo rood sbewaWhera
are they raised, Any way.i V 4
PAUL BRACHARD TROUPE
The Act Beautiful
GEORGE E VERS x
" The Minstrel Comedian
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MATINEE- , TONIGHT A
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2 to 11 pjn.