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THE OREGON STATESMAN; SALEM,- OREGON
SATURDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 3, 1923
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Agnes Ayrea In V "Daugh
ter "of Luxury." .
Evening 7 p.m.- Norraa
Talmadge and Eugene O'Brien
in 'The I Voice from the -Min?
aret." 4 ; , i
-1 , ' LIBERTY,,
Today only "The U. P
' . GRAND
"The Four Horsemen . of
the Aporalypse".- with r orches
Hippodrome Van4vii. and
Lester t hn-o tu Trapped iu
he Air,' 'Days it jiufialo
It wan O. Henry xrlut oneo said
that -one night In New York has
wore romance ' and adventure
tnan In any Arabian Knights tale.
In his short stories this "author
caught ' flashes of. that romance,
but never , has the truth - of hl9
Statement been, tnore clearly
Remonstrated than In 'bne Won
derful Jight,n tlie Universal Tea-'
fur which brings Herbert f Itaw
linson as tha attraction at- the
tllgh theatre .on Sunday.
.: With the broader scope of the
r.tage Louis Tracy caught the
romance and glamour of a night
In the great city in a manner
Impossible jfor O. Henry with the
limited canvas of the -short story.
Entire action of the play, takes
place within' the twelve hours
of a- single night.; Into these
"twrive hours is crowded a series
Wednesday, Feb. 7th
OXK MGIIT ONLY
Mail Order Now
Prices $2.75, $2.20, $1.65
Reason's Supreme Success
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Famous 4 'Incomparable
Maxim ,Cast and Job.
Beauties' Urban production
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Tomorrow aa Rovtk in "THSUCA" " y
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Ocr trade on Albers Dairy Feed is steadily increasing, and the!
Linseed Oil -Meal, Cocoiriut Meal, Soy Bean Meal, Oat By-Products,-Mill I Run ,
.. and Molasses: ; . ; .'
' v- 12.0 Protein; 4.5 Fat
And at a price which is low when compared with food yalaes given. This
analysis explains why it brin j results that please those who have been using
straight grain feeds. , - ,
With Albers' Dairy Feed yon will not only get improved results from its
use but you will be building up your herd to a point where a heavy molasses
feed can be used with added profit.
otj thrilling: adventures. . From
the moment Rawlinson marries a
beautiful glrj 'io save her, a mil
lion dollars, things happen In an
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The management of the Bligh
theatre yety boastfully announces
that they have ibeen successftul
in securing the Orphus Com
edy Four? for their show next
Sunday and Monday. This quar
tette of grouch killers are known
from, coast to coast and are real
ty one of. the big time acts.
Probably tho strongest and
most " distinguished cast ever as
sembled for any picture In the
history of the screen. Is seen in
thf. Rex Ingram production ot
The Four Horsemen 6f the .'Apo
calypse, from the world-famous
novel by ,VIcente ( Hlasco iDanez,
now showing at the - Grand at
popular prices with the full new
Grand orchestra. ',
While every . player of, the 25
principal, roles was selected be
cause o; his or her special ability
to enact th parti there Is scarce
ly a name? in the list that is not
prominently; known to motion
Rudolph Valentino, who j has
the role of JuVo. 'the romantic
South American . Jiero of the
story, has been in "pictures for
several years. Previous to go
ing into pictures,! Mr. Valentino
was a professional dancer.
Alice. Terry enacting the
leading feminine role, that of
Marguerite, the little 'French
girl. Miss ' Terry played in the
Metro production o! "Shore
Acres,'- featuring Alice. Lake, and
later had 'the leading role ' in
"Hearts are Trumps."
Joseph Swickard, a veteran of
23 yearson the American speak
ing stage and 10 years in motion
pictures, appears in the part of'
Edward Connelly, best known
of veteran Metro character act
ors, has the difficult role of the
old lodgekeeper.. Mr., Connelly,
after a stage career of 30 years,
has appeared in many charcter
roles in Metro successes.
Mabel Van Buron. has the part
of Elena, a German ; character
role. : Jm1 ; - -
i Nlegel de Broiler takes one of
the most f difficult character parts
In the production. In the role
of Tchernof f, the Russian who
relates the legend a "The Four
Horseman of the Apocalypse,
Mr. De Bruller s has created a
characterization which stands
out.'-". ' j H1?'-5';,--?
1UX II IiUW
Archerd Implamsilt Comp2ny
- There are many other noted
names in the cast. i ' i . ; "
"The Voice from the Minaret.!
Norma Talmadge's picture which,
tth Eugene O'Brien S9 leading
man, will be shown at ? the Ore
gon, starting tonight at 7 p.m. -
Ir Is noteworthy for Its nnlqnfH
variety of nettings. The story,
from the pen of Robert Htchens,
covers considerate ground.' and
Director i Frank Lloyd was com
pelled to reproduce far-off scenes
on the studio lot In Lns Angeles.
The, story opens In Bonibay,
India; proceeds through the Sues
Canal to Port Said; then to Da
mascus, back: tq Bombay., and
from thftre to London and finally
has finis written to. Its exotic
pages In Damascus again. I
In order to secure realism. It
was - necessary for ; Mr. ; Lloyd to
conduct extensive 5 research' into
the customs, raiment and living
conditions In "those parts of the
globe. However, he . did , not
have , to do all the ' actual work,
for in the film capital there! are
gathered "experts" who are : ac
quainted with air sections of the
world ; and can be relied , on to
give advice to motion picture
producers' along their special
lines. : i !
Interest Waned and Play
Became Obscure Suc
cess Again Renewed
' Blasco Ibanez, the Spanish
author, has shrewdly said: "There
is a certain tunnel of forgetful
ness Into which a a musical or
dramatic production runs when
its original interest wanes, : and
it is only the very great product,
like "The Merry Widow,' that
can emerge from obscurity again
into the blazing brilliancy ' ot re
newed success.' , ... j
There are i substantial reasons
for the fresh, enthusiasm inspired
by i Henry W. Savage's new pro
duction of Lehar's world-famOus
operette. It has an ideal story
of romance; the most alluring
waltz ever composed; a splendor
of staging never before approach
ed in opera and singing cast of
grand opera quality.,. "The Mer
ry Widow" with an exceptional
company and magnificent Urban
production, comes to the : Grand
Theatre for one night , only 'Wed
nesday. . I - :
. This splendid cast includes
Jefferson de Angelis, James Li ti
dy," Marie Wells, Eva Webber,
Warren Proctor, Tom Burton,
Robert Howell, Anita Wflittaker.
Joseph Miller, : WaRon Mac A fee,
W. H. White and Frieda Fitzger
ald. v - ;
Agreement Reached dm
Redrafting of Code
- Thr American Legioif, the
World War Veterans aid commis
rfon and the joint committee on
H'tlitary ajf fairs have reached an
agreement on the redrafting- ot
TOftTURKI MANY YEAKS liY
, "KID.NEYS ;
"I have had kidney troublo for
twelve years," writes H. P. Pink
ney. West Jackson, Miss. "Pains
in back, joints, catches in the
hips, run down and getting up
too much during the night. But
since taking Foley Kidney Pills,
my suffering is over, and I feel
like a new, "man." ' ;; Backache,
rheumatic pains, kidney and blad
der trouble quickly relieved . with
Foley Kidney Pills.. Refuse sub
stitutes.' Insist' upon Foley's
Honey and Tar. Sold everywhere.
Adv. : - :,t -ui . . i j 'l
"M.W WIDOW :
' HAS COMEBACK
Marie Wells and Jef f eraon De
the code under which the com
The particular point-, in con
troversy, on which a 'settlement
has been reached, has to do, with
the right of a veteran to refund
his cash bonus with interest and
take advantage of the loan which
now may be applied to any pur
The agreement Is that the bur
den of proqf that the veteran
accepted cash Because he thought
the loan could be used only on
the ' purchase of a home, will
rest on the applicant.
No Change in Workmen's
Compensation Act Wanted
. Discussion by members of the
house committee on labor, and
j industry preliminary to voting an
unfavorable report on Represen
tative "Hunter's bill to remove
state ald,( from' the : Industrial
accident Jfund, i indicated ' that
there will b practically united
opposition to any serious char
ges In the workmen's compensa
tion act at the present session
: Representative of organlked
labor and the employers of the
state testified before the com
mittee that their respective 1 in
terests were well-satisfied wlt&
the act as it now 1 stands. ; , '
It was shown that the crea
tion of a reserve und in " the
workmen's ; compensation depart
ment acts a safeguard against
emergencies and served to stabil
ize the operation of the act.
WE WANT YOU
Men's All Wool Suits
Models for Men and Young Men
VVorsted3, Cassimeres, Tweeds and Serges
.. - Regular ?30, $35, ?40 and $45
Men's Suits and Overcoats
Broken Lines and Siies from our Stock; Regular $25
1 and $30, at
Regular $3.50 to $5.00 .
Angelis in "The Merry Widow
Senate Does 'Not Approve of
Ten-Day Requirement ,
: For Marriage License '
.The Klepper bill providing
that applicants v -for ; marriage
Hicerses must file their applica
tions with the county clerk at
least 10 days before1 the issuance
' of the license was defeated after
gallons aeume yeaieruajr.
! After Klepper had explained
the bill at lengths, Senator
Dennis assailed the measure,' declaring-
It "would drive all ; the
rest of the marriages across the
line Into ' Vancouver,"
; He also objected to the meas
ure in that it would allow the
ccunty judge to obviate the law
in his dlsecretion.
Senator Moser opposed the bill.
"They have a little mint over
there In Vanco'uver," said Moser,
"and they would be glad to have
us put this law on the statute
books Along wit.h the law requir
ing physical examinations. s The
preachers, and the judges, and
the lawyers over at '-m Vancouver
are1 raping a rich ha'rvest over
our marriage laws." .. . i
; Senator Ellis dedTended the bill.
Garland defended It, declaring
it would prevnt marriages con"
We Have arranged to Serve ,
no doubt, many ot our friends from the
the announcement which appeared in the numerous weekly puhli
cations throughout the country Friday .
all sizes in the lot
Worsted Dress Pants
Regular $4.00 to $6.00
tracted while the1 contracting
parties are under the influence
. A far aa .many of our coirp
JtrSV going- to Vancouver to . be
married Is concerned," said Gar-
land, "I! thank God. that most
of the class of people going there
do not have the stamp of Ore
gon on their marriage certlfi-
cates." ' ' . .
' St nator Joseph ' fought the bill
vigorously, " declaring it never
should go upon thej statute books
of Oregon. V Blrayer joined in the
Vght against "the measure. Zim
nwriuan opposed. Itl v v
" You may. not pass the bill."
said Klepper . In conclusion, bnt
I am proud that it has been my
privilege to , sponsor It."
:". The vote, was: . i, '".
For Dunn,. , Edwards, Ellis.
Oajland, Hare, Kinney, Klepper,
Magladry Staples Tooze, Upton;
Against Brown,, Clark. Cor
ett, Dennis, Eddy. Farrell, Flsk,
Johnson, Joseph, La Follett. Mo
ser, Mickelson, Rftner, Robert
son, Ktuith, Strayer, Taylor, Zim
merman. . .
: Absent, Hall. -
General Goethalsr has neen made
coal administrator In New York
Now look'; out' for a Culebra ctft
In prices. -'
lc to $1
Is the Place
U Men's .Outing
$5.00 and $6.00
: 6 pairs
Men's Dress . ,
Regular 50c and 75c; per
Heavy Derby Ribbon
Cotton Shirts and Draw
: era, each
Men's Bib Overalls
N MU AIL
COLLEGE ME HIT
Bill by Senators Would Make
Nfillae Cover- Exten- ,
- ' sion Service
Following out a threat made
at the ways and means commit
tee meeting Thursday night,. beo
ators Smith, Taylor, La Follett
Strayer and Zimmerman yesterday-Introduced
a bill that would
make the millage tax levy ..for Ore
gon Agricultural college and the
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Saturday 1 1 p.m.
Hotel keepers, lodging hotise proprietors, aps.rtr.tcnt
houses and everyone needing new or used furnishings
can save money . by attending these isales. Every thirj
needed to furnish two or three complete homea will Is
put up and sold to highest cash bidders. .
-,' For Saturday's selling we will have: . .
3 : ranges, 3 heaters, 6 patterns linoleuin, 3 .
: Copgoleum rugs, 3 Brussels ris, 1 kitchen ch
inet, 2 kitchen treasures, 2 breakfast tatlcs, 3
- extension tables, 2 sets chairs, 3 rockers, 1
4 davenport, 6 pictures, 2 wood beds, 2 racial
beds, 6 springs, '4 Tnattresscs, X dresissrs.
; " 2. vacuums sweepers, 3 carpet sweep ers, 2
i boilers, tubs, wash bodrCs, carpets, sidboard"
cupboards, musical instruments, records, bccl:s, zr:
and dozens of useful items too numerous to raention.
Auctioneer's &oteT ITc
1 condition and will be on display Thursday xmd FriJay
for your inspection. .
COURT AND LIBERTY
F N. WOODRY
Auctioneer U -V .
You : Promptly
BY ' - THIS ;-SAL:
Plain, Half orTulI Belted; Single pr jdonble Breasted.
Regular $30.00, $35.00, $40.00 and $45700
Light, Medium and Heavy Weights' Dark and Light
v Colors, All Sizes. '
Boys All Wool Suite
. Knicker Pants, ages 6 to 18 years
Herringbones, Cassimeres, Tweeds and Blue Serges
These Suits are from Our Regular Stock, values to $15
Men's , Dresa
Black and Brown
Regular $7.50 to $10.00
University of Oregon over var
ious extension and experline
activities of those , Institutic
as 'well as the institutions thf-.
pelves. - For OAC the bill wou
set aside I233..099.37 annua!
for this purjose as a continuir
appropriation- and for the stt
university the sum cjf $12:
S2S.75, the amounts to be tbc
tracted 'from thf millage le
The annual millage levy for V
support of the 'two Institutic
Is 1.2 mills. . ,
TOO LATE TO CLASSIF
W A NT W- ELL -FUHN1SH I
house. . ..Will pay the pri
Address V. D care Stati
" " man. -:
High Grade Brovn Shoes
Values to $15.00
210 State Street
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