The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, December 01, 1925, Page 3, Image 3

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    THE OREGON STATESMAN SALEM, OREGON
TUESDAY MORNING DECESffiER 1. 1925
S'V.
I At the Theatfes Today
., Oregon Matinee, norma TI
. madge, Eugene O'Brien In "Graus
tark." Evening, Anna Q. Nllssoa
and Lenis Stone in "The Talker."
Bligh -An all star cast in VTtae
Happy Warrior." . 7
v TODAY
MATINEE ONLY
In gorgeous
gowns
glorious ro
m a n e e (
heart melt
ing drama!
a A El r-
U A
Nomti.
: Eugent O'Brien . 41
OREGON
Tonight
; Anna q.
: NILSSON
' V ' -and v"'-'"' .
LEWIS STONE
; .v- " -- In;-v. -,
1:
Marion Fairfax
HeUig Conrad Nagel in, "Sun-
Up.
Bill .
SNIISM
"Sun-Up", a Story of the
Hill-Folk of Tennessee,
Stars!Cohrad Nagel
Conrad Nagel, who plays the im
portant role of Rate, the uncouth,
primitive youth cf the Tennessee
mountains in "Sun-Up." Metro
Gold wyn-Mayers screen version of
pain Vollmer's famous stae suc
cess playing At the Hellii theatre
today. (Tuesday) .and Wednesday,
and directed by Edmund Goulding,
assumes one of the most difficult
roles of his career in this produc
tion. , I
Long-known for his immaculate
appearance, he breaks away from
the suave man of the world type
in this role. Though conservative
in dress and appearance, -Mr.
Nagel is always the perfectly
groomedj cultured person both' on
andjoff the screen, and is known
fof his fastidiousness in dress. His
fine, senttive face is reflected in
the refined.. tasteful Choice of his
cTothesand not only lan. known
as the'jerfectly groomed, immacu
lately (dressed, fastidious person
by the great' army of film fans who
are his, .admirers but in private
life -he hag the reputation of be
ing the perfectly groomed dresser.
In "Sun-Up," however, for the
first time in his screen career he
wears the-rags and tatters of the
unkempt mountaineer. In the
ragged - clothes and uncouth ap
pearance of Rufe, Mr. Nagel
proves beyond question that he is
one of the screen's finest and most
versatile actors.
The" cast beside. Mr. Nagel, in
cludes Lucille La yerne, Pauline
Starke, Sam DeGrasse .George K.
Arthur " .Artnur "Rankin .Edward
Connelly and Bainard Beckwith. -
MUSICAL COMEDY
GOMING TO BLIGH
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BIGGER and BET
TER THAN EVER!
KING'S
19251
REV0E
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'kew cast I -
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NEW DANCES
XKW WARDROBK
- NEW f
nTPT'fl
,l,rf , 7-Hn't JCbis Show
Thur.-JFil., Dec. -4.
- Bligh Theatre
C'l 1
Rebooking of King's Come-
J! r 1 1 i
aians oecurea oy rvian-
agertient of Bligh
The Bligh theatre is ever on the
alert for the best entertainment
possible and by special arrange
ment has booked King's Comedians
and Revue for Thursday and Fri
day,-December 3rd and 4th.
This company has been, playing
all the principal cities from South
ern California to northern Wash
mgton and comes highly com
mended by public and press.
( The opening bill will be a big
farce comedy. "A Night Out." and
is said to. be one of the best com
edies ever written. Aside form
this many specialties and novelty
numbers ..will be introduced, with
vaudeville acts by the special
King harmony -trio.
The company has in its cast
comedians who sing and dance, a
dashing young juvenile with a sil
ver-toned voice, a petite soubrette,
clever ingenue and a prima donna
who never fails to win her audi
ence with classic and popular bal
lads.
A full line of beautiful show
girls in new and gorgeous gowns
are a feature with the show.
Judging from reports this will
be one of the best shows that has
visited this city in many months
and a capacity house is anticipated.
Bits For ITreakf at I
JirrrTTTrrn
Going to be 'great
m. lfc.t
The mint industry in the' Salem
district.. Slogan pager on Thurs
day will 'have a mint of -informa
tion about the industry. tt you
can help, please do so, today or
tomorrow.
The express company, beginning
on the Stb. will allow the ship
ment of dried prunes, nuts and
apples, all in one package, at the
lowest rate. This very low cost
ought to send a lot of these fruits
&nd or our walnuts and filberts to
distant friends during the holiday
time.
Some one ought to make a spe
cialty of putting up packages "for
this special purpose. There is; a
great opportunity for advertising
here. ' " ".
Commercial Street j barber Vays
when money talks we never 'crit
icise the grammar.
"Si V
He also Insists that being hard-
boiled is better than being half-baked.
This is the last month in the
year. In the language of a Wil
lamette freshie, "Oh, how tenipus
does fugit!".
There .will be no mail ettverie s
on Christmas. Absolutely snotfe
Uncle Sam decrees that his mail
forces shall enjoy;Cbristma'
A Salem spinster estimates that
87 per cent of the husbands who
that are bossed, need it.
for - perpetuity. he asserted, ( the
cycle to cover a period of 50 years.
"But in that time., in 50 years,
the. federal government will have
taken $325,000,000 from, the state
of Oregon,! The time has come to
raise a protest, or in a few years
the state will lose millions of dol
lars to the government." "
Referring to the fees collected
for grazing on public lands, Sen
ator Stanfield declared that they
are An reality "taxes."
"Last year the ranchers in th
slate, paid $197,000 in fees for
grazing. A movement is oh foct
to Increase this amount 400 per
cent, in order to put it on a com
mercial basis. If you hit the
ranchers that hard, you ' will de
stroy their taxable worth. It is all
right fojfthe federal government to
retain the administration, of pub
lic lands, but the states in whkh
they are contained should be giv
en tne benents derived from
them!: I
Due " tefwet pavements, and a
crowded highway." Senator Stan-
f:eld was somewhat late in arriving
at the Chamber of Commerce
luncheon, and before he came. ?.
M. H!ckJ,.president'OLth.Cham
be r. called upon 1. 1 1 . Paterton,
candidate for governor, George
Griffith. I state conraaBder Cf Ue
American, Legion, and Justices
Belt and Coshow of the fuprSiue
CQutt of Oregon, id speak briefly
to he Chamber.- , i t 11 I k
.till
Wit 1
STANFIELD SCORES USE
OF PUBLIC LAND FUNDS
(Continued from page 1)
from public lands, is given $30.-
000,000, and Pennsylvania, .a, state
rich in natural resources, but giv
ing the federal government noth
ing from public lands, is giten
$27,000,000."
The federal government has pro
posed the harvesting of the forests
5.
Cold7 Compound"
aks a Cold Right Up
s
' Take two tab
lets every three
hours until three
doses are taken,
The ftrst dose al
ways gives relief.
The second and
third doses com
pletely break up
the cold. Pleas
ant and safe to
take. Contains
n o quinine o r
opiates. Millions
use "Pape's- Cold Compound."
Price, thirty-five cents. Druggists
guarantee it. Adv.
B I S C U I TS
Snowdrift is such a rich aeamy shortening that it makes biscuits so
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good that the supply always runs low. It doesn't make any dificrence -V-whether
you use Snowdrift in your own biscuit recipe or in this one S H J
. for Snowdrift Biscuits which Kate Brew Vaughn has ghreh us.
. . .
V .2. Cup Flfur (Sifttd
Btjort Mmsunng)
JTtaspoons Baking
Powder
I Ttasoon Salt
i Teaspoon Sugar '
4 TabhsptotaSnowdtift
CupMili
Sift flour, .baking powder, salt and sugar togeth.
Pinch in the shortenings not too thocough) j, and add .
the milk all at one time. Do not stir but rather cut '
and fold in the dough until smooth and elastic. Take '
out on. a floured board and pat and roll to about one
fourth inch in thickness. Form with large biacuit tut-.,
ter and place oa an ungreased biscuit ihect. JBake in
oven '450 degrees F. (hot) for about ten .minutes.!
When baked these biscuits should be fite on top tike. .
English muffins and therefore, just before patting in
oven press down with palm ot nana.
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Snowdrift
a rich creamy shortening
for making cake, biscuit and pastry and for frying
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STRONG 1RAMA HERE
A powerful, soul-stirring drama
of the Tennessee mountains is
"Sun-Up," now playing at the Hel
lig theater. Conrad Nagel, shown
above, and Pauline Stark are
featured in'' the production, r
HnnpmarniinH
No "curef but helps to. le-
rlnr mwmmm rT rnncrKtncr.
V VAPORUB
Ovmr 17 Million Jan Ud Yeari?
DON
T
the Eureka "High-Vacuum" P rinciple oi Cleaning With the
Ordinary Electric Carpet Sweeper ..
t iou must see with your, own eyes the almost unbelievable
amount of trodden and grubbed in" dust and grit that the world
famous Grand Prize Eureka .Vacuum Cleaner will remove from
apparently clean rugs, upholstered furniture and mattresses. '
Only-then; can you begin ;to appreciate the
amazing efficiency that results from the Eureka
high Vacuum" principle of cleaning and why
ONE EUREKA is being sold today while the
SEVENTY COMPUTING ."MAKES! combined
sales are but two." Just think over 44 per cent
cf all electric cleaners sold today are' JBurekas.
A CHRISTMAS SHE V1LL NEVER FOR
GET." That is our headline in the December
issues of THE LADIES HOME - JOURNAL,
PICTORIAL REVIEW; DELINEATOR, GOOD
HOUSEKEEPING and December 12th issue, of
THE SATURDAY EVENING POST., Turn to
one of these ads and see for yourself what the
BIG SPECIAL OFFER IS. Then act quick
last Christmas we were completely sold out.
1
amous
with
iurch
A Grand Prize
&,f? '. each Purchase df
WW
VACUUM CLBANta
rr ACTS THE DIRT" )
Tbk Seatalional Offer May B WiUidrawn at Any Tn
S the Famous
Eureka Test ,
Baraks it am
,U k. arM at Mm
t of wnbMrlr
nmmrtmblm .fficLotT
Vmw" pnit f
"n U - Sj-jiv-j.W.S f ;-"i
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& kip
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.Come tn to our J store,
make- as small a payment
as W.50, pay th balance
next J'oar. Nave yourself
the work ami , worry of
howta . cleaning. iroIonn:
the Itfeof your rugs and
furnishings.
Portland Electric .Pftwer. Cq.
S37 Xorth Ubcrty
ITione 85
446 Court
WILL BE BOUGHT (IN SOME INSTANCES) EXCLUSIVELY AT OUR BIG
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" " It is of course unfortunate that we are forced to dose but our. stock but we
areglad that the time happened'fb be just when it would be of the greatest
help to our many patrons. The First National Bank will erect a new buiTd
ing on s site and it is necessary that we close out and iridve out at tKe
earliest possible date. Every thing goes. .t . . .
taaat am aBBHBBBBi - - -'.Ba
EVEN,
G0NTKACT
GOODS
ARE
CINLUDED
f
Rfeers' Silverware, Seth Thomas Clocks, Libbys Cut Glass, etc. ,
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INDIVIDUALITY
IN GLASSWARE GIFTS
A gift of fragile .Venetian Glassware is sure to be as
unique as it is pleasipg.' , IVs somethirrg everybody else
hasn't thought of befpreT y . 7 '
525 Hawke's high grade cut glass 10 inch Fruit Bowls how... 1 6.67 ?
. $3.50 Hawke's high grade eut glasa French Dressing Bottler, novr. $24 - 7 -'
$2.50 high grade cut glass Marmalade Jars with silver Jtops,and spoon $1.25 J
$4.00 high gradd 'cut glass tall Water Goblets, now...Jv...... $2.67 "
" $6.00 high grade cut glass Vases, many shapes and -designs, now.-.$4.00
$4.00 high grade cut glass Nappies; with arid without handle, now.$2.67 -
$5.00 high grade cut glass Ckmpotes,'Tiow....v $31
$36.00 high grade cut glass Water Set with Jug, now. $22L50 r
- $45.00 high grade cut glass Water;Set with Jug, nowr ...L-...25;.
$14.00 Diamond cut glass Water Setf with JugVwl.,- .-i.-..-$105ft .
$14.00 high grade cut glass Water Bottles, now.:.-.. .$9.10
.$6.50 high grade cut glass Celery Dishes, now.. :......; , $1.3
. $7.50 high grade cut glass Sugar and Cream -Sets, now...:..,.:;iJ..-.$5.63 ' ;
$5.00 high grade cut glass 12 inch Sandwich Plates; now... ..$3.75 '
SILVERWARE SPECIALS
,' Y: vAl liss Than Nationally AdTCrtised Prices
$26.10 1S47 Rogers SUrer Plate, ii
. 'piece set oftaVlewart n -.,. i?0 jK
-"fSS.SO 50 year -ConmnitJ-Plate. 2 piece
set in butfet senring tray. C?OQ QT
. Choice of tire pattern. KywuOOv
926.70 ComunltrvTtrdor Plate. : 3 Jlece
set. 25 year guarantee CO"l QK
. Nov 2 Ol.OtJ
v, 53C.25, Steiiinj Sifrer 26 picce set. Seren
- patterns to chobsc from Cl K JJ?
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