The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, November 17, 1925, Page 3, Image 3

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THE OREfcOM STATESMAN; SALEM OREGON '
- TUESDAY M0RNING;'K0VEMBKR:17. .1925
it
"At the
THEATRES
T&DAY
Oregon Lon .Chancy, .. Mary
rhJlbin, Norman Kerry in "The
Phantom f the Opera,' by Gaston
Le Roux. : . V '
. Heilig -Forrest Taylor Dramat
ic Stock company. In "Johnny Get
Your Gun." 4 o'clock matinee and
evening performance.
IHigh King's Revue, end Mao
Marsh in "Tides of Passion."
STEINBOCK SEEKS
PLACE FOR PLANT
(Continued from piga 1)
the names of the members of
city zoning committee. - These
, vrer George . Grabenhorst, Cuyler
Van Patten,' liarry N. Crain. Cor
nelia Marvin. William Bell and
w. H. Hamilton. -
Alderman E. R. Grabenhorst
asked the council to approve of a
motion to donatel-00 as payment
vto five months rent for housing
room, for the Associated Charities
of Salem. Mayor Giesy declared
the matter out forder, . though,
because, the t .funds provided for
that rent wtllhofex be available
until the new budget is put into
use the first; of he year. -The
money, however,; will be paid in
part out of the general fund, and
be'TeadJtte'Janaary l-:-1
' Mrs. JterniceoTfn8qna!a-
treseXJn'igirSlW damages
al if ged "to MAha lrpfeffl ' when
sue' felT" on -a-laotiebotfpji in a
faulty ictews:9fStTeet;
breaklnVjijer titfnv! :$jiitf ow
ed.!. Jt;Hpi,s6t''ouiij tlra.. the
cii charter provides that Ahe city
t-hall not pay damages done by de
fective sidewalks unless the city
is notified of the, defect prior to
the time of the accident'. The city
I was not notified on the defect in
o. uemiun, ii was saw. , --
Petitions for the paving of Mc
Coy avenue between Hunt and
Krixon and, for the paying of
Broad way between . Norway ; . and
M a dison , were gran ted .
The following sewer -petitions
were granted: for a sewer through
the center of block 5 in Eddy's
addition, extending between
Fpruce and Pine streets. For a
sewer In-the alley-between Hazel
avenue and Laurel avenue. For
n sewer on Lee street between
Twenty-second and Twfenty-fourth.
The city engineer was Instructed
to draw up the plans and specifi
cations for each of these. -
Alderman W. H. Dancy report
ed - that the bridge -on North
Ch&rch, from a ' thorough Jnvesti-?
gatfon, is supported on rotten tim
bers and, declared-that it should
.be closed to heavy traffic. He
said that at present the bridge is
not considered safe for the fire
trucks. Street Commissioner Low
declared that while the bridge is
all right for a short time, It is in
such a rotten state that it will not
pay o repairs He said that a new
J,Wbrlwge will cost about 11200
there.
YTNf Alderman G. J. Wenderoth mov
ed that the SP company be requir
ed to tear up the tracks on Center,
but the motion was voted down, as
It was held that at this time of the
year it would not he advisable to
do the.. concrete roadwork that
would be-necessary. '
The following . bpis were read
for the; first " time and second
times: ordinance to "license
und regulate motor vehicles carry
ing passengers " "An - 'ordinance
granting a franchise to the SP
RHEUMATISM
i : - - - . -
Cannot Exist' in (he Human Itody
, if You Will l Trunk's :
Prescription '
It U preposterous: in fart, it 1 thame
to suffer with Rheumstisra. - 1
This Prescription does not ruin ' the
rtonak, it dors not depress the heart.
Kat all the meat and good food you ib
while tilting Trunk's Prescription. Con
tains no mercury. salicylate soda, oil win
tergreen or narcotics, but positively over
comes any kind of rheumatism or ROTt on
earth. What more do you want I It is
imixtstible to n-t something totter. ; The
(rreateKt uric arid solvent known and also
a superior liver medicine.
Trunk's Prescription sella for $1.75 or
3 fur only 95.00 st 1'erry Drag btore.
lis So. Commercial St. Air. i
cotapany and the western raper
Couverting company to puna a
spur , on the latter s property, 03
Front street. - An amendment o
the sidewalk, ordinance. . An or
dinance assessing the actual cott
of improving Nebraska avenue be
tween Capitol and Fifteenth.
An ordinance was passed assess
ing the "actual cost, of improving
North Winter between Market and
South.
The question as to whether or
not Mr. Knapp should be allowed
to construct a bridge on North
Church came up and was referred
to the committee on streets with
power to act'. It was also suggest
ed that the city refund Mr. Knapp
the money hepald for' a lot that
was later found to have been deed
ed for the purpose tf f street, .an J
hot within the city's power to sell.
nis
SHIS S
M
Work of Organization En-
'dorsed Through Letter to
"War Cry" Weekly
Dangers inCoricert v V " "
F f at Heilig Theater Last'NigKt Stir House
. . ..i .. ,. im,.,!...,., . . , n j. -jr-,
PiactJcatly a Pull House Greets AcebmpUnheM ' Enjsemble GroMi.;al
iiecontlApliearattce. lit" Salem v - v ;
iu
In this week's issue of fhe "War
Cry," the Salvation Army's week
ly periodical. Governor Walter. M.
Pierce g ives the ' orga n izationjthe
following recommendation in", a
letter addressed to the A'rmy's
state leader in Portland. Adjutant
Robert Rooney: I?f "
"The unselfishness of purpose,
the purity of motive, the spirit of
love and kindness, which charac
terizes the work ef tne Salvation
Army, have edeiid on to tie
heart of etea yAmeriean, Jn
reaching the fallen, comforting the
sick and unfortunate, you have
come to mean much in our civili
zation: The citizens of Oregon are
grateful for your service to' hu
manity. Behind the banner of
your organization march thous
ands of loyal soldiers, sincere in
their desire to carry on the work
started by the lowly Galilean who
trod the Judean hills. The offic
ers and the soldiers of the Salva
tion Army have our-rove, our art
miration, our respect."
The War Cry is the Army's
"white-winiced i messenger of the
Gospel," sold and freely distrib
uted alike in 81, countries and
colonies. In Salem It is sold every
week to the business friends of
the Army by Mrs. Captain Pitt,
wife of the local commanding of
ficer. Inmates of various institu
tions receive a copy gratis. Seven
ty-five copies are sent every week
to the state peniteniary alone.
i
TO THE PORTIA MANSFIELD
DANCERS
(Heilig Theatre, Nov. 16, 1925)
By AUDRED BCNCH
Prologue
Are you human, are you real?
Am I dreaming when I feel
I've lost myself in an opera old
When the curtain rings ap in: be
wildering fild
On sights sue as these, on music
' made motion, . J -On
motion made color the green
t of the ocean,- !
The black of the pirates, the silver
of rain.
That there should be grace again
and again
Of supple young bodies, moving
in marvelous tide
'Till ail life's beauty Is personi
fied? Part I.
O shepherdesses in a dell.
Where mad Diana casts a spell
And all the Naiads glide in glee
Across the magic moonlit lea, -In
motions wild and gnome-dance
free.
Pve seen unbounded ecstasy.
Part II.
O young athletes lithe and strong,
What is your music, what is you
. song.
that you celebrate with racing
' Play
The Saturnalia f the day?
The quaintest characters of French
romance, -
Columbine, Harlequin, join the
dance.
With a Colonial fantasy following
near, :
A lover and lass with never! a peer.
Glowing and passionate the dance
of the street.
When children of Russia embrac
ing meet.
Oh, dancing girl, young galley
slave.
Is this the life your mastPr gave,
That you dance the Dervish to
make you free,
A dance too grim for revelry?
An episode to coveVand all of
'Dutch"; the treat.
An Indian warrior wanders In
And dances "snake dance" up to
his chin.
Part III.
"Andante from Symphony Pathe-
tique,"
A melody to make man:meek.
And worshipful of art's pure line.
An artist gracious and benign
As Grace Hastings one can't for
get.
Melody or minuet.
Her hand and heart are all a-tune.
Red-jacketed street-girls chant a
rune , v
Around their hero stamping time.
A specialty almost sublime
Is Romantic Anglers. To the
sprightly joy
Of "Country Gardens" dances a
girl, dances a boy.
But 'Joy's own Hymn has come at
last,
And a program ends In Joy so
vast,
From pastorale to bacchanale,
One cannot hope to tell it all!
CHTERf ill ;
The Newly Married People
Come to Salem to Make
Their Home Here
... i. - . - . t - , - . K - t
good works,' and ;alld:Ia "a , social
way? -V.-" :
; PEPPV CONIEOY Will
soy
Miss Helyn Hatch, daughter of
Hon. and Mrs. E. T. Hatch, of
Vancouver. Wash., became the
bride of Raymond V. Griner at a
simple service on Saturday last at
the home of her parents.
The bride comes from cine of the
pioneer families of Oregon. Her
grandfather, P. H. Hatch, came to
Oregon by ship from the Hawaiian
Islands in May, 1843, and took an
active part in the early develop
ment of the northwest. Her grand
mother, whose maiden name was
8a rah Cornelia Locey, crossed the
plains In a covered wagon in 1846.
She was a dearly loved pioneer
wo.man. Mrs. Griner's father,
T. Hatch, was born at Oregon City
in 1852.V and v represented Pxlk
v in 4he state Benate in. 1889
SI. Since 1907 her family have
lived in Clarke' county, Washing
ton.
The newly wedded pair will
take up their residence In Salem
They should feel at home here for
the Hatch family-in the old days
in Salem were among the best and
most prominent people here, in all
Belie Daniels in '"Lovers in
Quarantine" is to Come
to the Oreson Theatre
REAPPOINTMENT OF
HAfcEY IS REFUSED
(Continued from page 1) , -
himself of Iris powers, over the
fleet, which had been previously
conferred by the board at Mr.
Cooolidge's suggestion.
Whether any or all of them
would comply with a resignation
request was a much discussed
question tonight. Under the mer
chant marine act. the president
may remove a Shipping Board com
missioner' only for malfeasance,
neglect of duty or inefficiency.. It
waj intimated however, that one
of the three at least might resign
if asked to do so.
In any event the entire situa
tion is expected to receive consid
erable attention from congress
Chairman Jones of the senate com
merce cpmwtttee said today . he
would introduce a bill to divorce
the fleet corporation from the"
Shipping Board with regional rep-.
resentat ion retained for the latter
which would then possess only
semi-Judicial, regulatory and
few policy functions.
The conflict of views between
the administration and Chairman
O'Conner wa3 disclosed today at
the opening session of the nationa
merchant marine conference of
the United States chamber of com
merce.
Secretary Hoover read a letter
he had written to Chairman White
of the house committee on marine
and fisheries, in which he criti
cized the shipping board's refusal
let fclfoV president Coolidgfe-a;
views with respect to vesting op-'
eratlng authority in the; president
of the fleet corporation. Elimin
ation of -the present division 'of
responsibility under the fooard, he
asserted was essential to develop
ment of .the . nation's 'merchant
marine. . :i-'v
Mr. O'Conner defended the reg
ional organiiation of the board
and declared , those wh propose
changes In it "either are not act
ing in good faith or they are be
ing misled by contrary interests.
He attributed much of the oppo
sition to the activities of foreign
competitors and expressed regret
that "there are in our country
some who seem ' bent upon ob
structing progress and misrepre
senting our shipping; problem."
ORTIiAHD Nov. U, Wheat. J -
BBB hard, white, November, De
cember, 4; ; hard 'white, blue
Bten,-Baart. November. December,, .
$1.52: soft wfclte,NoTember, De- i
cember,'j:48rwestern white. No- ,j
vemner,. iecemDer,; i. t ; nortn- '
ern spriwg. November," December,
l44j hard winter, November, De
cember, 4144; western red, No- '
vember, l)cember. 1.4 S. .,7
Oats No. 2, 36-ponnd , "white -feed;
- November. December. ; J &i ,
No. 2,3 6-pound gray, November, -
December, 2 8.41,. y ''
Barley-Nov 2. 4 6-pound, ' No
vember, December, 41; NTo. 2, 44- '
pdund 'November, December, "430:
' Cora No. 3 early shipment.
November, 4350 DeeemberS 3 5. .;
f)y :
LIT
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2
30 DAYS
P.ECKE & HENDRICKS
Insurance of All Kinds
Lobby HeUife Theatre, 189 N. High.
- Telephone 161
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WHEAT SETBACK NOTED
CHICAGO, Nov. 16. (By Asso
ciated Press). Wheat values here
underwent a material setback to
day, largely as a result of free
selling to realize profits for recent
buyers.
WE P01NTWITH PRIDE
TO THE f OLKS VE'VE
SUPPLIED
sin-
said the
Is happiness
Quaker, niaid,
As her sober robe aside she laid.
To danfe with glee in "Voices of
Spring,"
With tossing feet and head a-fling
The Strauss music end3 and from
an Etruscan screen
The figures of the mural slowly
are seen.
After that what a gambling pair
Pantomime bird-like through the
air
In flirtatious folk-song of Italy
Schubert's Unfinished Sympathy
Calls forth eternal tableau:
How much of life is fruition; how
much we never know.
A picnic day in Holland must he
surprising sweet.
Contrasting strongly with ""The.
Phantom of the Opera," which
closes its showing at the Oregon
theater tonight, the management
annouhres the coming of Bene
Daniels in a peppy, romantIrai
amusing comedy, "Lovers in Quar
antine" to open its enga cement
Wednesday afternoon. It wUf re
main on the screen there -..iintrl
Thursday night when U v- ?1 He
superseded by Milton Fills in
The Knockout."
''Lovers in Quarantine" is the
story of a ship's bnde and her
strange honeymoon, and is pietur-
ized from the successful stage play
by F. Tennyson Jesse, '"Quaran
tine." Harrison Ford plays the
principal supporting role.
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25 Dining Groiups in
& Sale
a Real Economy Event Timed for Thanksgiving
Dining Groups of Every Grade and Style Reduced (6 Priees that will Set a New Standard for Value Giving.
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TOMORROW NIGHT
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L' FOLKS
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Matinee and Evening.
Special MaUnee4 oVlock Evenihg 8:30
Prices 50c - 85c " " Pinces 85c -ri.l6
FAREWELL PERFORMANCE
FORREST iTAYLpR
DRAMATIC : STOCK :CoV.; , ' J :
with
ANNE BERRYMAN ,
In a Comedy Drama
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35 in a Sale
$47.50
Regular Values $65
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Heavy grado Axminster Rags- made from carefully
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Japanese designs Persian jeffects Chinese and Ori
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33 of them . to' cnooeo from at- this most, svrprlsins
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Italian Dining Group Ei
45x546 Foot Extension Tal?le 5 Chairs and Carver
SlOCash 2.50 Week
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NOT the lowest priced group -but probably he most striking economy of thein alL" A modern
adaptation of the Italian peri6d--coiTibination American Walnut in rubbed finish; Seyen pieces are
included in the group -a 42x54 inch Table which extends to 6 feet, and 5 side chairs and arm chair to
match, upholstered in figured .Taupe Velour... A remarkable value on credit; terms very unusual.
7-Piece Queen Anne Group
45x546 foot Extension Table
's 'Sule Chairs In 'felue Leat'her
7.50 Cash-S2 Week
Simplicity cf designflneVbfk'manship -and beauty it finish
featurethiQueen Annegrop, in combination Walnut... The
fbo extenliri table nd 6 'side chairs1 upholstered in btue
leather $68.75. Extreme Value.
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Bowfoot Bed Vanity Bench and 'chiffonier in Tvory or Silvertone Tihishes ffifofr . ;
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at $06.00 consists of a bowfoot. ot-d .wtth combination;pancI and slat eeSds, a triple inlrror, taaity dresser, '''
rlilffonier. well arranRed, and a bench. For amaUer or larger setUngs other pieces are aTa liable. Tliere is a :
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