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HID "OREGON- QTATES12AN GALHII; 'OltlGOH
lt f.BATOtbPG;iJl)tV. 2i'tj 1923 (
One of Season's Mot1 Popu
lar Kiacktace Musical :
, Comedies v.
t "Shtiffle1; Along" the big record
breaking musical comedy . which
"comes ttf the Grand theater" ma
tinee arid ' night, today, its first
time la Salem: '' ' Jif
' The' cast is composed ' entirely
ot colored people, and is "at "riot of
, jazz, ptp, tunelul melody, laugH-
ter and; fun fromthe time l the
curtain . goes rip onMhe Opening
1 chorus to the grand 'finale. 11
The paoti is unusually developed
j for a production of thls't-Kiss and
j Is cleverly - worked bbt. centering
; around a ilkyorallty racSinV a
k smart sdutfaerhbwhfDy8' three bf
ji fice seckerWSam1' Peck and' Steve
' JenklnfSi partners In i trocery
storef and? both are running tot
May dr.- jThoy both resemble iri
: dress;! "manner and speech the
famoas-fdrtoon characters-tif Mutt
f and, Jeff,and furnish he princi
Th,'ehtoruS bf . Bhce 'Bean
lias" are orHhe best, each mem
ber giving the impression of- haVf
; ing a good-lime-, and to reel that
! the ,nseresst ierr the" entertainment
f rested dn their: lndlviduil"eftort,
'The Bongs' are 'aif ' restricted
numbers, end will-be heard here
for thp first time while t bo dances
are all 'orig'iriai. and at times bor-
derfOrr tb 9ensationaf.-T VV
- The prine Ipafs ' of th e ' cast wili
include 'John Vaugfiner:
m&ny thrs thtit are-well known
anion g tho .colored artists, ,
Hageman . Again First fa
t .t,; Yesterday ; ;
The baseball contest !. going hot
at the layBi4dii and!r Hollfs
IlunUxigton la kept "busy checking
up tie lrraTiif"tryifi but pros
pective jichsrsV &iaiyVwlnners
6 out bf 1 CP. arid Lawrence- Grat
chow aad 'Rodger oleer with 5
apieceU -In tee Casket ualtUhroV
Alien Adulpb madeVS .out of 10
from the foul line. Joe Nusbaum
rcas second wfthf4vbut' bf:10, and
Hodger Folge'f tfilrd with 3 out
Of 10. ;. ". A'.';'..-V,,
Next ' Monday Mr. Huntington
will fae 'the !six:b'esi bbys and
Lave 'a. real" r contest' to decide the
winner ofr the v playground. -Anderson
!&"'Prbwri are giving a prize
to the winnerjr . ? v'-t
lira: ;J.J; Harbison has'nad
charge, of the VeekV atoryi houf
iivarafentir ma 'JJelson ".will
Lave "charge 'next wee)clThls week
Miss Jlary Kafoury has been help
ing la, the, story, telling hoar..
Mi? 3 Grace Snook has her hands
fall in teaching the children to
swim, and how to do folk dances.
The smaller children take to folk
uanclcg like ducks to water.' ' To-
ay a iiving; contest for boy$ will
:-e held. There will be three
lives runnihg shallow dive, shal
low diving, and Jack-knife diving.
The toys will be, graded accord
ing to form, . leaving the board,
end cutting. the water,
Hundreds of children are In the
rlaygroufad - daily, and -quite a
t. u raber of mothers come with
their; children -to- 'spend the after
noon.- -The playground is getting
t r be quite a picnic ground, - a
-iitatep-of the churches have held
icnics--there," , and towards eve
: Ing tt1 good many families-come
o eat their lunches and enjoy the
roucd3.- A '
:m:? again draws
-THOUSANDS TO; PARK
(Continued from page 1.)
hem tiigbt he stiil so others could
ear tie band play.
The band played .splendidly, and
ver? lj numbers were, especially
ell i celyed.' One number which
' e band was compelled to play
ver .ila ;waa3?Lave Me With
i rmila.- . kites Lena Belle Tartar
tng "Gmlla Through, Tour Tears"
.1 'Miami,? . which- she was.
lied back, tar sing again. . Her
a See carried well last night on
ie v arta still air .and the last
cng was 'especially well received.
Tti- fountain- favored several
hous r Tdlkk'in the park last
..:jht by performing Just like it
ed to do. Mechanical trouble or
tier reasons- have : prevented
any fro'ri seeing this delightful
;ti . a c j ' band concert - nights
ver. I tidies this fcummer. ::v
Tl ' mare hues, the liquid
n , tlie silvery shreen'and'the
: i 1 " - i and oranges all blend
. zzl alternated In'a most de
. t f u I an ner while , the band
; " .:olitful 614 tunes,' haunt-
'ouie'and Salem folks en-
summer; evening.'' j
r rihtvth band will do
i . rViCes toward providing
V eit for the 'patients at
pscarSteelhamme'r,. director, jsali
last night.- These people, he-said,
ihr a cohort; arid are' gener-
lally .passed, by . while : patients of
other state Institutions have other
interesting programs. It -was his
belief .that this concert would be
the only one given by the band at
Htate1 Institutions this year. .
VI ULAS ASSASSINS .
. FOUND-BY TROOP
: (Continued from page 1) -
Ing to a war department estimate,
nearly ilOO.OOO.OOO. M : ; ,
V a Muav W AVSCTbW
O ran go. ' He was born In 1S68 of
peon parentage In the ;llttla 'min
ing town of Las Nievaa. " As a
youth : he followed' the, tfae"' of
batcher riktri the death of his
-fatHef &nd then he; and his moth
er and sister went to j Western
Chlhnanua. There he became a
cowboy.' ' Many' stories 'hate been
told as to how 'he became an out
law ; but the" brie "most ' generally
accepted Is that if was because he
killed a' ea plain- In one of ; Presi
dent Diaz' regiments.: j Dias then
placed d price on his head. : It was
at' this time that he changed his
name-tb Villa. lie organized
bahd bt outlaws and became a ter
rdr to the" rich land owners and
mining men of Northern -Chihua
hua, robbing them' and j Bharlng
the spoils with his followers and
the impoverished3 peons: "' '
Washington, D.' iC.L Gets
1924 Meeting; Ur. Kein-
PORTLAND.. Ore., July 20. 1
Entrance of the United Sfates In-1
to the league bf nations and their I
participation in the proposed per-
manent court of International Jn-
tice were Indorsed Today in re sol u-1
tioris . adopted" bt the ' American
Association of UnlTersltrl Women
at the closing , session, of Its con
vention here. Washington, D.C.
was- chosen - as the place for the
next convention., which will he
held in - April, 1924. Two new
colleges were' accepted for-the-
credited list of . the association,
Colby -college of Maine and Tran
sylvania1 college of Kentucky.
,Ttie convention concluded its
bosiness- shortly . after tnobn and
the delegates were ' taken for a
tonr of the Columbia river high-
way. Dr. Anrelia JEteiahardt who
had been elected- president of the
association earlier m the dr. I
called a meeting of the executive
board t6 be held Saturday.
A final report of the! creden
tials conimittee today .ahpwed that
aeiegacea ana visitors had
registered for the r convention. '
8IIUE6E DiSPOSl '
reaeraiea UIUDS btUdieS
PrOD ems Ma V Invito
. - ' I
n.r.yi l. UIIC Uxy I
a i i n. n... I
An adjourned meeting of the I
tou"iea v:iuos was neia FTidayiNo minor children or property
night at the Chamber of Com- I rights are mentioned in th. nit
uierce o consiqer several matters
that hdd been ut tat nrevioris de.
bate.: Xme was the matter of ear-1
oiner man .aeoate the question
from the social, moral, olfactory,
germicidal, aesthetlcal' and finan
cial grounds' But the' federation
is ready to join in whatever the
22L?2?? ,0 I '.
" v Teianous prooiem. I
Tha Mtinrii u tn.itti.. .U I
the proposal of an incinerator 1st
still. or already, well nnder way.
Howard ziB f .ki. "n4
Scouts. reported on thO rba
disposal at Seattle and some other
Ulce. and ho wo.
the MmmtltM n .fd ..- ...
ter J - 7 - n?;'"r j Detroit, Mich.; L. A. Doyle. Por-ir-
t J ; Iterviller Ben Stauffer. Ogden: J,
, luuuruuK. I OF ineinr
and of thl tlilZ iV,rJu P"11 D- Eheling, Bellingham: T.
ILiSS-1!? Cleveland ; C. S. Mors-
been, may not be in position -to lieTnT'W y'
carrv on the additloeaiTorir t. if7? ntna; rB- H. Roth, John
the Associated Charities feels"must
be done this year: t it this"! found
to be the ease,- some' other means
for handling the additional meas
ures will have to be provided, and
backed by the general federation.
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The federation believes that It
would be a great, thing, for Salerij
to entertain for at least . One da
the national American. federation
of Labor convention that is' to
meet In Portland in -October " for
a three-week session. There will
probably be 500 to 600. delegates
from al over the United' States,'
and the localvclubs wlntathem to
see the most: beautiful cUy tfce
whole country. It is expected that
Portland wiir previdej. the trans
portation, and Salem; will feive the
bf; entertainment hen they come.
The inattef wtUbtake&iijfpf.'a
more definite and active hearing
at the next meeting. - '
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ljUaUIUIMllUMUISIIIJIIIIiliaillllllW " ""
U. S. Seeking Right Through
Incorporation in Amen -can-TurkoPact
LAUAJJ.iJtaly ,20.(By the
Associated Press) The United
States government is endeavoring
have the question of rights of
warships in . the Straits of the
Dardanelles Incorporated in the
j Tnrco-American . treaty,- as . any
fldea of subscribing to a special
straits convention has been aban
r ; George Tchitcherm the Russiari
minister of foreign .affairs, in his
telegram announcing the decision
ot soviet Russia to sign the Straits
convention, said Russia reserved
the right to reopen the discussion
t any time her national interests
demanded. Russia, he added
still opposed the form of the
treaty, because It placed Turkey
at the - mercy of . imperialistic
states and obliged Russia to for
tify the Black Sea. However, as
Turkey was satisfied, Russia be-.
erea it atiirawe to gign the con-
"-1 .. 1 ; tJ-
Divorce SUit Is Filed
fSBy:; Mary;,E Borrougjis
DALLAS, Ore.. July 20.
tSpecial to -The Statesman.
Mary B. Burrughe this week filed
with County Clerk Floyd Moore
a suit for divorce from her bus
band, Clarence E. Burroughs, al
leglng in her complaint that her
husband treated her in a cruel and
inhuman manner and at various
times heaped upon her' personal
Indignities, telling her she could
leave him at any time she desired
t displays no further affection
tor her and ha repeatedly accus-
A1 ha x 9 Mtt a a J a.
aa w- dWUK LU UailCHH BU mm
she could get other men to hue
The COUDle were married In
Monmonth on Octnhor n iani
Uanv NpW Arrivale at
" Sm Automobile Camp
New arrivals at the auto camp
are: F. m. Woodruff, Wenatchee;
a. i b. Taylor. Whlttler. Cal.s C.
H. Ulerey, Los Angeles; LFAbU.
Portland: IU S,
trnit . , -
f? u?t - Amherst. Mass.; Alexander
lTpUU r ' T'
?!ntI v H. Greesser. Spo-
SK?' i Myers. Chllocoothe.
Tf i T?"?.:Tt
" viiiuoiia, s M. Jes-
r'0""' e4UU,,re'-; . 1. A.OX.
-i - . .
man, Los Angeles: C H. Marsh-
w j i. T 1 1 a I , . v a j
amar Richmond, CaK; H..U Lind
ley; Appleton,' WasTi.; Ol J. Garde,
Oakland, Cal.; W. A.. Davis, Milt
citr,- , ; . , ,
Realtors Plan Election' ;
i , Of Officers for Today
: Portland; or., juiy 20 -The
seventh annual' convention of the
Northwest Real-Estate association
got through With the. bulk of its
business today and cleared the
decks for the election of officers,
final reports of committee and
iclection of .the place for holding
next year's . convention, all of
which were, expected, to; he . dis
posed of tomorrow forenoon.
In a series of resolutions adopt
ed: today the convention favored
the - establishment of new actirl-
Uea and conUoaatioBr- of present
ones, in the effort to keep the
realty business on a stable basis.
Rigorous enforcement ot real es
tate license laws; Inclusion in col
lege curricula pf courses in real
estate practice and. the coopera
tive movement among farmers
were among the measures' indors
ed by resolution: ' ' ' '. .' ' '
A! trip over, the Columbia river
highway and dinner at the Shrine
club enroute were featured bf the
afternoon and evening ' .
Anti-Saloon League Head -
Indicted UDOrt 3'G0UhtS
' ' '
I NEW YORK, July SO.Wil-
Ham H. Anderson, superintendent
of the Anti-Saloon league f New
York today was indicted on sever-
al counts and the" grand jury
Which returned' the indictments
recommended legislative invest!- I
ntinn nf tha i.nk .(.'.: if. I
derson to5k it helni in 1914.
t Three indictments two charg
ing grand larceny In the first de
gree and one forgery in (he third
degreeflwefe handed down today.
Dlstfict Attorney Pe-1
cora announced the jury also had amendment, the fundamental pro'r
voted , two Indictments ,' charging hibltlbn law or the land, was unan
extortiori and . that these would busly adopted by the Washing
be filed next Wednesday.
Harry Williamson Case
Deferred Until September
DALLAS, Or.; July 10. (Spe
cial tb The Statesman.) ' The
case of Harry Williamson brought
here last week from- Pendleton on I
a moonshine, charge was continu-l
ed until September 1. at the re
quest or the defendant when he
was brought' up for trial before
Judge Ed.' F. Coad this . week.
Williamson asked the copUnuance
that his defense in a divorce case
instituted by his : wife,". Ora C.
Williamson, filed in jaarion coun
ey, might not ho placed in jeo
pardy by. a, conviction on & moon
shine charge. He Is In the Polk I
county jail, being unable' to raise
a bail of 500.
Presbyterian SVnod Names
Ainany College Trustees
EUGENE, Or., July 20. The
Oregon synod of the Presbyterian
church today1 elected " tmst nf
Albany college and of- tb San I
Francisco Theolorical seminarv.
Following are the new nietnbers
of the Albany college board: L
i S: W Lawrence, Portland, to
flll vacancy in class of 1924 (data
of "expiration, bf term-: Jir. Vln-
cent - cook. Portland, to ; fllf va
rHoucu ettOBMous expense
AV SUCCCSSruiLT 609KOTH.
LiYlDI riC Grrnnn. nor-
FIRST TIME IN SALEW
ws SEATS NOW QNt
TWO SOLID STEAKS risl-
. ; -. ncw tore : . '
II 1 lllSl
I paqcjr, in .clasaof 1 1925-. FI..rul. I
i -v., iimic) jicur u gem,
andn Hev. Harold: Leonard Bow
men, , all of r Portland ; J:-Clement
i Irviue.: Lebanoa; Rev. W. Ilj Bdd-
dy, lloo River; Clyde C. Bryant
and Klmer B. Williamson, both of-f
The new trustees of the Theo
logical seminary are as follows:
Rev. W. vW. Long, Rev. Robert
Freeman, William M. Ladd ; of
Portland: John A.. McGregor, El
mer A. Newhall. Rev. Herbert
Bruce Smith, O. W. Davidson and
J.J. Ross, and Rev.- D. A. Thomp
son : -,.- : ' - :.
Portland Heav7weight Meets
"Tough Baby" But -Wins.
. With' Decision
, PORTLAND. Or., July 20. Nig
meager, young Portland heavy
weight who has, won five of., his
first six ring battles by knock
ouis, ran into a tartar tonight
when he fought Marty Foley of
lacoma. Yeasrer won! lint hv n
decision at the end of the tenth
round. ' ,;. .
In the first round Yeager knock
ed Foley through' the ropes , and
almost off the ring platform with
a right clip to the jaw but Foley
was oack inside the count ot three
and Yeagsr could not repeat.
Yanks" Go ten Innings v
To Win Exhibition Gartie
V i .- r? . .'
GRAND RAPIDS, ; Mich.,1 July
0. The New' York Yankees had
td feo .10 Innines" o Aotant thi
Grand Rap,ds Mint league today;
to . 3. Babe Ruth made two
home runs over the centerfleld
'enc uud Elmer Smith knocked
ono over the right field fence. The
score 1 R. II. E.
New" Yor ' .. 4 ' "t
Grand Rapids 3 9 2
'Pesrass and Schang; Stegger
ca and Wells.
SHERIFFS PRAI6R IIARDIVO '
PORT ANGELES,,5 Wash., July
20.-I A resolution j congratulating
President Harding upon recent ut-
France in support of the 18th
ton State Sheriffs' association in
annual convention here, today. v i
' ' COTTON KixdS BROKE'' I
AUGUSTA, GaJ July 20. (By
Thp, Associated . ..Press. ( F H.
Barrett and company, reputed to
be 'the "world's largest cettbn f ac
tors" with headquarters here, ari4
uouriced tonight that they were"
unable to meet their obligations
amounting . to. approximately
000,000. r !
STARTING TONIGHT, 7 P.M.
T5 EHIND her were twenty years of suppressed yoath. Then
-U at lhirty-elght---the nrime
' that held happiness a-prisoner.
ner:areams. j.t. -v.
AOOLMI ZtOy jj A ' j'
: f Bfjoii -
Four Acts Vaudeville
. Tully Marshall in
' . f 'ANY NIGHT" ...
. i LIBERTY ..,
"Head jHunters off the South
;;; : ' . : -'. .- . - - : '
: n , '; - v
! GRAXD " '
You- may be pitying yourself
for a lot of reasons when-you en
ter the Liberty theater to see
"Head Hunters - ot . the South
Seas,"r an Associated Exhibitors
photoplay 'showing the latest wild
adventures of Martin Johnson
among the savage tribes of Mai
ekula, but at least you will be
thankful that you're not a canni
On thfe, their second visit to
Malekula) where they were . once
captured by the great and terrible
cannibal jchief, Nagapate, Martin
jonnson ana nis, wire make a
longer stay among the Bis Num
hers tribe arid, secure many inter
esting sidelights on their impnl
6lyeY treacherous characters, be
fore fear) sends them fleeing for
the shore. ,
',' On the island of Malekula they
also found other Interesting
tribes, such as strange monkey
people who live in trees' and have
queeriy shaped ;ieet- and eat clay
and, roots. They are, perhaps, the
lowest' form of human life. : Thiey
found under-sized cannibals, and
others; with" long hesds.
Many scenes of great scenic
beauty are interspersed among
the more - exciting adventures.
Tangled jungles, native boats la
den with j fruit,-and a volcano add
much to its pictorial value. There
is a' pliotograph "of real earth
quake tremors that is most as
tounding! - ' - . . i
Long Skirts, thb thrilling desire
of every school girl,-, according to
May McAvoy, petite Paramount
featured jplayer in William do Milf
le's great- production of "Only 38"
which has been billed' by man
ager Hile for showing at the Orel
.gon theater tomorrow, lingers 'In
her memory as a reminder of
sweet sixteen: f : J ' v " - - '
' "I wSS visiting my grahdmoth
er during" the summer vacation,"
said Miss McAvoy recently. "'She
decided that ' I was too" old for
short dresses, which of course
pleased ne greatly. Delighted, I
helped her make me.some long
skirts ihat reached myanklea and
I learned to dress my hair Instead
of wearing lt in braids. . .
"The, time came when I had to
return home. . As do dear grand
mothers,! mine almost loaded me
down with boxes of sandwiches;
cakes and flowers. I had .been!
and LOB WILSON
And livel the youthful life of
wearing the long dwsses long
enough to. become used to them,
so by the time I reached my home
town, my thoughts were only on
the joy of seeing mother again.
"But mother wasn't. so pleased
with': her darling daughter.. She
took one .look at me,, with my
long dresses and dressed-up hair,
then exclaimed, 'Why,, you little
Immigrant. - T
; "When we reached home, inoth-
er "laid down the law" to: me.
My next appearance was In short
dresses and with my hair once
more In braids, and - continued
that dress until some, time , later,
,when my ' persuasions . finally- won
mother over." " - r, -i -
Most Wedding Rings May
Be Made of Mere Brass
4 It Is true, ras statistics seem to
prove that 3.7 per cent of all wed
ding rings are "brass?" f - p
. The -pHotopiay of. that name;
now showing at the Oregon-theater,
presents both sides of the ar
gument, and leaves the -question
just where it took it up. It all
depends on- the definition of the
term. In the story giveni the
characters do not recognize the
truth.., resembling- flesh and' blood
folks In that. , .In other .points.
they are rather, artificial, but the'
lead roles-, taken by Monte Bhiei
and Mart Provost are very Inter
esting, i Bothrof them are gradu!
ates from the -ranks of - comedy,
and play exceptionally well in the
lighter scenes, where;, sentiment, ;
rat ner than emotional .intensity,
is most . Important. , The picture
as a whole a-reflection of the
leading characters, exeellent as a
comedy, and abounding . in beau
tiful scenes, though not a draraat1
ic triumph, r ,,: . : ., u ' '
4 Bl.Cs ' AO
Wmj Courllegh '
, : OTHER FEATURES fob
MATINEE 25c. - J ' EVENING 40cJ
STARTING TOMORROW 1
fl LIGHTNING B01T FftOvi CLOTS!Ilf
. , With fj--
Famous Moiher of
"Over the Hill!'
LAST TOtES TODAY
HEALV HUliTEfe -"
-oflhe SOUth SEAS"
Thrillins Adrcntnros Among
r 7 T
SejeOTaiffirif Karnes rr:: !
vt f erf lants end Flowers
' CHICAGOr f July j 1 9. The cha
otic state of "affairs In the 'miscall
ing of names ' Of ; flowers, plants ;
and' dther1 perennials, ; has made
necessary the standardization of.
their names, --andv a report on- the
subject has been adopted by - the
American Association of Nursery-'
men. 1 ' '." '. '-
- The eompllcatlon of names of
these perennials the result ot more"
than fite years pf actual work'on
the part of the' sub-committee of
the Anierian Joint COminlttee of
Horticulturallstsr Is heralded as a
great stride forward" In the hortl-
cultural world: 7 ; r
As an exariiple. tte cotnmlttee
pointed-otrt-;that-there- are more .
than ,2tf00' names for roses'. lany
names' are used Tor the sbrne rose,
arid this has resulted In cOrripUca
tion. WitH the completlod of the
new nomericlature. it' Is hoped' that
use of the standard names' will
i Standardised pef4nriia 1 nariies,
both - cbihmon and scientific,'- will
benefit -the public and the grow
er,: according to ihe committee,
and will tend to eliminate unfair
practices. ' Hbretolore ' growing,
buying -arid selling- have been
largely guess work, the cbmiriKtee
said and "based on personal equa
tion rather than -on' fair, square,
open' and accepted' business stand
ards. ' ' ' ' .
It is expected that this Goverh
merit will accept this nomenela-
tbre' as an official standard. -.
; LA GRANDE. Or,. .July, 20.-
The Neighbors of ' Woodcraft of
the state today opened a two-day
convention In Union. -Delegates
from, all parts ot -Oregon Were ln
attendance. - The convention -will
close tomorrow., r. . ;
Wild Tribes of slaleknlA
i r ;
i : vs.-6
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