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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 8, 1925)
-FOB FfliDflY LISTED
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Jive Excellent cts From
Association Circuit Billed
for Three Shows
- There ate so many nltAndlhg
nOTjbr .pa. the next, As36ctaUon
Vaudeville bill at the Heilig on
Friday, that , to single out any one
act s a hcadliner would be a dif
ficult task, ; FOr Instance, J. Burke
M ijrgaa and Co.; ' have a barrel-ful
.i ftign ciaas iun in incir one act
ntltled "Oh My Goodness." It
Unconsidered one' of-the fastest
;afee comedies ever produced and
is 'being presented by one ' of the
cleverest companies In yaudevlUe
Oa hundred Uufehs tn 18 minutes
, is jthe record attained and mala
talned by - this act tn watch- Mp
Morgan as the ctcenrie old laa-
keeper displays ' umpteen - brands
of dumbness. Hf In. ably support
wdy four oCfier artists of noe;
Then come (he i Marigold Tri6
who call; themsfelves-TheSong
Singing Sun-Uver-Gnns." As wUI
besuspected this trio employ their
"time delivering - harmony and solo
numbers Tia . the vocal cords. They
, hare . Toices ,of rare guality ajid
do not' pretend to waste any Utne
wua usncug, acrocaircs or any
thing that they do sot do well. '
"But -when It comes to acrobat
ics WeTiave the Esther Foaf Euro-
brought across the "wa ter In which
if. Included difficult feats of Jiand
and chair balancing together .with
a aeries or acrobatic dances tnat
displays w.onderf nl dexterity , on
the part .of Jhe two men and two
girls who comprise the act.
By way of . a -change the lovers
of real .music will have an oppor
tunity of listening to the sweet
strains of an old yolio manufac
tured by Maggini way back in the
yearj.fcfg, and ow; the pxoud, pos
session of. Miss' Lucie Bructi who
not only knows bow a appreciate
its, yalue but who also knows how
to bring ' forth 'those bewitching
notes oi entrancing melodies rich
with the mellowness , of old age.
Mi88 .iitn.cjj, wno js an artist of in-
lernaiionai, repute, u Known as tne
Gypsy Violinist. ; 5 .
; A, pojniart newspaper cartoon
ist la always, a welcome number
on p. .variety. 111 ao here : we have
Conrad XTlayton who was' at one
.tlme.dn jhe irl staff of. the Chi-
other Veil " known dallies. With
Mildred CUjrtbh Ihejrg pITiring
an artistic treat of sonrs. patter
and pictures ia wtifch a refreshing
line of comedy runs throughout.
Banquet Is Janned
Father 'and Son day will be ob
served . at the First Methodist
church next Sunday. - Rev. Fred
C. Taylor will preach on "Blest be
the Tie That Binds," which will
describe the Father and Son fel
lowship. "A special anthem will
be given by the chorus choir en
titled ."As fanta the Heart." The
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"Grounds for Divorce"
Be Presented at Heilig
Theatre Nov. 10
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WE REPAIR ALL OF THEM
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Salem theater patrons will again
be treated to the best in dramatic
art when the Forrest Taylor play
ers or Portland will present
"Grounds for Divorce" at the
Heilig theater on Tuesday, Novem
ber 10. According to Archie Holt,
manager of the Salem Heilig, the
play to be presented here this
week is one' of the best yet re-!
hearsed by the , Taylor Dramatic
The entire company will take
part in "Grouuds for Divorce,"
which' has met with great success
In Portland. Forrest Taylor, the
leading man and director of the
company, and Anne Berryman,
leading lady, are well known and
well liked here. Others in the
cast are Dorothy Blakeley, Bar
bara Haaland, character actress:
C W. Rice, Anne Wade, Kenneth
Roduner and Kirke Decker.
according to a report made at a
meeting of the state fair board In
Portland yesterday.: The report
was made by Ella S. Wilson, effre-
tary -of the f air board and man
ager of the faiK The balance is
practically clear, though there are
a few smau outstanding bum. it
is estimated by Mrs. Wilson . that
about $10,000 of the amount will
be needed before the next fair for
the improvement ot the grounds.
Total receipts of fair week were
$109,699.24 and . expenditures
I84.709.8S. -. .
Try This Fr
This dynamic drama of life in tlie torrid South Sea Islands is coming to the Heilig theatre on ihursday, Novemoer l.
v Dramatic critics have proclaimed it one oi the strongest modern varamas ever proaucea
evening service will be a patriotic
service in the observance of Ar
mistice day. E. E. Bergman will
lead the . congregation in a gos
pel song service. The sermon will
he on "True to the Colors." A
number of sacred selections on the
orthophonic victrola will be given
by Leon Jennison.
MilwaUkle Proposed new sew
er system may cost up to $75,000.
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hours until three
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The first dose al
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The second" and
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Price, thirty-five cents
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Popular Film Star Shown in
"Shore Leave," as Arm
mistice Day Offering
chums, in Champaign county,
Illinois. They had not me'for
37 years, when Mr. Crawford
walked in on Mr. Doty here in
Falem yesterday, bringing with
him his two "babies," sons six
feet tall. Clarence and Virgil
Crawford. The Crawfords live in
Portland now, and Mr. Doty has
been a well known Salemite for
many years. The Crawfords and
Dotys are having a fine visit. Mr.
Crawford says ho likes Salem,. lie
finds here A. A. Lee and Dave
Eyre, who went to school with
him, at the Onarga Business col
lege, Onarga, Illinoijs.
Mistakes Goat for White Fare
uovernpr rierce may know a
white faced calf when be sees one
but he was. fooled yesterday when
what he thought to be a white face
J turned out to be nothing but a
goat. While traveling to Rickre-
all to meet the "trackless train"
the governor remarked to Fred M
Powell who was driving, "There's
a white faced calf . $n that Ford
ahead of us." . On passing the car
it was discovered that the paasen
ger in the car was merely a milk
goat. ''That's one on me," said
the governor. "It has a white
face though, and I like white
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Born in the jubiliation inspired
by the formal finis written to the
greatest drama in history, - the
World War, Armistlce'Day, is fast
becoming the close rival of the
Fourth of July as an event of joy
ous celebration, and the advent of
Richard Barthelmess in "Shore
Leave," at the Oregon" theater onJ
that day is to mark one of the
red letters among the events
scheduled in Salem for that event.
Fitting into the . spirit of the
day through its military flavor the
picture is also apt for the occasion
by reason of its carefree and joy
ous' note of comedy.
The story tells of Bilge Smith,
who! on a visit to shore, meets
Connie Martin, the dressmaker in
a fishing village. Connie Imme
diately falls in love with the "gob"
and lays plans to trap the unwary
sailor whose intentions are far
from being serious. For Connie
has been born with a love of the
sea, inherited from her father,
who was a sea captain.
When the gob mentions a pass
ing, ambition to be the captain of
a freighter, Connie sets about sal
vaging her father's ship, which
haa foundered in a river in India.
Bilge, the gob, returns after a long
craise to find Connie' and her ship
waiting. But to her sorrow she
finds that the sailor not only. never
has given her a thought, but
doesn't recognize her when he sees
!The working out of this unusual
romance is played with rare come
dy by Barthelmess and his leading
woman, Dorothy Mackail'l. . In
fact, Barthelmess is said to regis
ter one of the comedy hits of the
Meet After BTYears
A. Crawford and C. T. Doty
we're boys together, neighbors and
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Miss Gertrude Cave, head usher of
the Heilig Theatre, wants to Start
her own orchestra. Mks Cave was
born In . tjondon; her father is
French, her mother English. She
came to 4the, United States three
years ago and untUTeeehtiy "was
with the Heilig .Theatre in Seattle.
! VFrenchy" is Interested in mu
sic. She is now taking' violin and
piano lessons and. her ambition Is
to have an orchestra. An uncle In
NewTork has an orchestra of his
own ' and . she- wants ,to follow in
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