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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 28, 1927)
THE OnGO!7 GtATZZ'-lttt, 3AlH.0?.EG0:i
FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 28, 1927
!3US;0?.TDE STAGE AND SCREEIJ
Elsinore Theater :
A fast and frisky Association
rauderllle "bill, featuring a -variety
of entertainment will be pre
seated . at , the Elsinore tonight
From 'all indications It is prime
auderlile. Musicians - of renown
are found on it. together with
standard comedy acts. Then, of
course, there will be a wealth of
dancing and novelty bits to' b
ance the fun and melody.
battle wlth Marguerite's - brother,
who Is then killed by llephlsto.
Her mother has already died of
a. broken heart. Faust, is forced
to flee, learing his sweetheart 'to
face the music .She. suffers all.l
roc love or aut.and even at the
end when she is about to be put
to death at the stake, Tetalna her
love and confidence. 1 "
Faust, far off. in the erio of the
devil, hears Marguerite's last de-
Six snaoov saxonnonfet. imown i spalring cry. and commands his
as$wegles Saxotette, are the stel-1 belllsh host to take him to her at
i j lar attraction. - These- -musicians v ume 10 join
are, proof that the saxophone in- Marguerite, ani their, spirits as
M trod seed not so many' years ago, cnd to heaven together. . - ;
! j has gained Its place In the musical Mephisto claims his wager but
I . world.- ,4. , -.;... .. v -. . , , the angel tells him ; he has lost-
r ulnn. Binder and Itoy have a through the power bf one word-
; skit, "Meet the Lady," that has ,ke redeeming word, the cleansing
' ; ct o'ugh laugh-provoking stunts to wordIxve!, And .so a, great pic
j fill a full ; vaudeville. Whether tBre end- k ? iti T
I singing, -dancipg, conversing or do 1. 1 ' r V
ing reak-neck Vf acrobatics, the B,,ga 8 CPHf theater ;will pre
I audfeht is kept in a state of meri 8ent Samuel Totten in a song;con
rimeat. 'They have been stopping test tonight at .8:45 o'clock. The
shows evrywhere.A m
I theater Js offering prizes of $15;
ia .T-.lw I Anybody who can carry a tune or
aac 1fa.. in CUJUJCU UT li .. .
aUfrom" 6 to. 0-l Ml"PAffin lown iae wora oi any or tnese
eys. Miss Baffin sings, while the wvwr- - s ' i
monkeys tight rope walking. ,AcJtI,.lr.!;. "V' : T
acrohatle tricka And tunta on the ZZ"'' t Zu r,Z zL ' t :
yin trapeze. I I J5? t The person who
.... , ' "if--.. -' I UTJ U1U31 llliitUBB VU BU
Vincent, : sing -popular, melodies awarded 5. - The management of
and few of his own composition, the theater expects a larae number
accompanyjQgnimself at the pl-iof singers to take Dart In. this con-
"tu sou L.iooa rewman. '"nni-i rn cwun "P ,,. in
cyboxologists." presents the nov shown, starring' Emil Jannlnga.
tlty with; a punch, and one would Thfa nipt nr will Ham (fa cnvtirA.
never know by that caption that I ment tnnlpht at th ranitni th:
mey ireseai, use oi lue most cie v-1 ter.
er Dicycie acta on the stage.
rv t .. .. . 1 - W - " VMV,
irons A.enyon is me oniy screen vaudeville and blctures fbr Satur-
actress who "has succeeded in day. Five stellar attracrffon and
breaking oat of prison ftnd escap- their offerings which arte said to
tng In the automobile of the war-1 be of exceotlonai merit n ane.
uen. - r idcnce and Btorv. will hA nnwrntMl
am ibii n me Biaie or ew i Saturday afternoon and evening
iur boi w long aa noi a i . t,v wit.. -- vt. -oUi si-
J'alSSPSiJtn in r8flPiaPi1 ,ark Present "MirthfurM.oments;-
-Mii J w ,? JSfIS a mus,cal 0Teltv caichy song
vlhii Yrf li hIts- Their selections are of thl
'Hnr'tf ah T,ht BOrt nd wt Of cotoedy that
barl HQdson produced, la New ni,. i '
-vrir .oi, r,at.i- RMhin 'Ike glove are interspersed.
. w Will Kramer nroffers ttla bit of
ccmeay singing ana, yoaenng uo
This prison break of Miss Ken- T t? iu
yon, with a thrilling chase f ollow- Wf
tng, in which .she dashes across a
forced out of business If present
legislation stayed in effect.
Following an expression by 3.
M. Hudson, secretary' of the Motor
Stage association, and Mr. Bower
or. Astoria. Ben Day of the Southern.-Pacific
com nan yf beean the
light against the proposed legis
lation. Mr;. Day pointed out the
inconsistency which in bis mind
would be Involved if HB 123 was
passed, especially, in dealing with
lie established the claim that
the highways have not been built
entirely "by- funds from 'the sale
of gasoline and by motor licensee,
by presenting the evidence that
tne Southern Pacific is the largest
Individual, taxpayer in the state.
contributing over 11,400,000 to
the state exchequer last year.' Both
Day and Spencer, who f followed
with ' arguments against ' the bill.
deqrted theunusual powers grant
ed in certllicates ' of convenience
Expressions on the biH were
beard from W. B. Pen n Is. who was
chairman of the: houlft committee
cn roads in 1919 when; highway
legislation first became important.'
and from Representative Scott of
Pendleton, who spoke with- fear
concerning the . private transfer
companies. ' ' f "",
In a closed session, the -com
mittee members made several par
ries In order to attack the bill In
the quickest manner. A- motion
was made' and passed to return
the- bill with recommendations to
strike ' out the certificate clause,
and this was followed and passed
by a motion to let the tax rate
stand as decided in the 1925 ses
sion. As both motions tended to
ward the same end, Representa
tive Hamilton of Deschutes coun
ty made the motion that the entire
bill be returned negatively with
recommendations that ft be .de
feated, y Before f urthef matters
could be . discussed, the meeting
was adjourned until Tuesday
night. t ; . -
have the bridge surt tumbling
beneath her. la one of the, high i
spots of this picture. And then as Lu, ,nrf ki.v.. li-J;
falls, and for a moment it looks I j-- f... . .M.h-
f L.. ... .Ill I - ...,lUUW JIlUWUjIlO
r" ." .t."T-"rr- rA wi "u0 will present in his portrayal of the
C8caB BB '"' f; bring laughs galore. The ? AerfaJ
ner Baxter has the featured role i i vrti h a .tm
Xu 5 Pi1ct,ure- wSic?8low Perform theiV feats ion , the ;ilylng
at the Elsinore theater today rin-a w.tv trrana a"nifTr
January 28 for one day only. ' j of tnem - -re orffrinii with thf
O. Macloon's yeomedy hit, "The I ..-:: - ' ' . ,-. - - i
Cradle Snatchers, coming to the I .. '. nmmn ThMtms
z Heletf Boltott's mother, sUnd- rtlTr"" .57 Vi
iug Ih' the wlhgs backstage during B,5?w!U?t?,l?.?sa od?
. .CI- - Ai i., I her - fathr are deserted by : the
1" mother, whd goes back to the old
rrportea . ... ; . w inW Tu,.,
ttaa two Jogn. t minnw. y i ne -. - - "
comedy runs xacUy two hours.: - "'jr." 'i'-iS?
p..fc.i- - witnout a job and with .no
U4iiU aw,,.-,w 4kmwww i-w--I a- I Jtll,l.AM . MK a A
,uV,t"r MC.ZZZ?7; to a wild party, - When the place
rapidly winninr as big: ft name for i8hnai ,,nl!!f
htTelt as that which she holds .n
th Broadway - theatrical boaras,
to et the, money f on ter. vHa Is
WUU . JWCI-t va.A m " . W-.'-.x .
kyK Charjej Cjtfeman. . Gordon Do "T- 1 "
e&na l; fntW wien the
Daia- JUOe; i;,feuc, u ' ,,,, a11o ho. U,l '
J . 1XMMt.M Vnvana KnrmIl I " uuo-
IT -n mmt Ka nnrofl tn a Hlf.
-. PIIVI4-Utvs- foV. herulf 1y Mm lf ha 11
Faust' which Is , showing at ii 1-i T. VrVIi-. - 1 tl
the Capitol theater today, for the MeLaln! her nU
itsi lime, a P'" . and tchildren. -assnrtos- her that
tri ' W ? care of. through
cdrama, the persuasive. Quality of hu eadln r-iady and , Virginia,
.uuuw..-.----.-- -'i quite acciaentaiiy, is engaged ror
lle- . i s '.j- v'- w ; - I th mother' rola In tha ti let ore
too story is age-oia.: nTig vi.i.,i. i. .va.v. 4 t.. .h.
son for many years before Goethe l Am w.
ten nanaea aown xrom wmw w .w. v.en. .ilent about tha relation J
ua . vU.w. . w -'- ship .hoping to make rienas.with
&DU1.UCU wo.vrio j.w- -. i .. v-irl flraf Kattv Ann' maba
cf-mpo.ed hte famous operja. from Epi6ndid progress Ip her part.nn.
the saue legends.; It Js tb age- tfi big scene comes along, In
eld st err of the struggle between whi.h i. iomm k vir.
good cud eviV.of tentation and glBl&in the" photoplay -is her
virtue. And of the Jriutaph of love. real mother. The girl f aifs badly
ftiennisio so? iub m I iw-re and Virginia, : trembling lest
arjruim .-. nfpuiBiu i.. Rettv Ann lose hVr chance, of a
LONE MAN ROBS .V V
(Continad xrpn Pf X.)
vice president. and two patrons,
locked them Jn the vault and took
away 18.000. ".Later Ton Murray
and , Eddie Walker were arrested
and sent to the penitentiary for
this y crlme..:i Murray: afterward
committed .suicide and Walker is
still in prison. : The third man was
never caught. , - , r:
At the Elsinore Friday
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Doris KeiayocL in AliSJnMtes
Dr. Starr, Well Known An-
thropoligist to Speak at
she can furnish 1100 ba!L Hal
learns of bet. predicament arid-'un:-
''l.' " T " . .VI ttojtet tbe.moner forter. vJ
Miss Weatherson .described the
bandit as being 35 or 40 years old.'
slender. 5. feet 10 inches, tall, light
complexioned, and wearing a tan
raincoat, dark trousers.) and dark
soft hat. He bad two, or three
days growth of beat'd.
Henry3 Bergman, president of
the bank,' who. was In Portland at
the-time of the jobbery, was "noti
fiedyby j telephone and he started
as soon as possible for home-wttlt
enough . money - to keep the - bank
In opwatloafor some-tlraeV-'afc-cordlnsf
to Word,- from i Florfehcei
Taebajik -wHl open usual to
morrow: 2morningAlt ?was . ' stated.
Insurance -was carried, by the in
stitution.;, j- , x t-i--n
KUirtTOt .worrierj over ;
: Arrest in California
SAT LAKE CITY.; Jan.- 27.
(AP) Babe Ruth breezed Into
town- nnworried jsver. his arrest In
San Diego tor violation "of the Call
foraiabofr jlaw.i Is" much
grfeved; however, over the turn In
"the affairs of Ban jTbhnsbn .
&fTfcee' -a'Tegular guy."' "said
Ru thy f "He gve .me. more ?grief
than ' iny ' man in .baseball 1 with
fines and suspensions but "when
Ijhe-dld, I deserved them. He bars
tarth t lon to Jim, because
career, i tells her . the .truth that
It. costs every Willamette stu
dent an average of 28 cents each
time , he attends class. Student
Body President Joel Berreman de
clared : at the chapel exercises
Berreman'a purpose in making
this statement was to urge the
desirability of all students' attend
ing the lecture of Dr. Frederick
Starr, world famous anthropolo
gist, who will speak at Waller hall
Saturday evening, January 29. Dr.
Starr is a member of the univer
sity of Chicago faculty and cura
tor f the anthropological depart
ment of the Walker museum.
.. Dr: Starr has recently returned
from Japan, and his topic will be
"Janan's' Places In the Sun." He
is an authority on the Ainus. ab
origines of Japant as well s on
' theatre: v'C- v
r- Starts Tuesday : -
I V ' AT." -j ."."1 IT I L Vfc f
3 ) Last'.Times Today..
tho.:e tt. Tee, demons, r amine, xes-t.h. la h mnther RaHv Ann re-
tiU-nfc and War ride the earth, I s onds immediately and the-direc-
uuu..iu.w,.io-i- jjror is more man pieaseu. ur
Tto ansel ahows him-t aust, ana tLe tCene Virginia explains to Bet-v-acers
,tber is one man the devil t . that nad been., trick
cannot. raauce- jkuh bu helo her. ! Further compllca
paign of evil begins. ,, ; i ' tiona arise and the' mother saves
- with youitt xomo lempiauuiia Betty Ann from a disastrous fate.
snd aesi.s, ana a aopeieBB .u.i
... . . - . m . a w r
with . tne. untonunaio mwsuwjw. -,-, irtr-vior mi f
r nf Ri anr follow bOUrS 1 O t MUC UUU.OU UlUUv
ON IrJ HUUSt
bill known "As H B 4 1 3 of the 1925
session , as d w h Ich. was passed ? at
the recent geperal e4ectKra; t -
: I W. B. Koberta oi forxiana, rep
resenting the Republic-Truck com
pany, seconded all that Mr. Logan
had 8aid. y Oscar Home, manager
of the Auto Freight terminal In
Port land, brought out the absurd -
ity of the 1925 reports, saying that
the truck companies ' would be
of hauDlness.-', : Intrigued 4 into
delicate, position by the wiles ; of
the CcM, Faust-la forced to do
i 'UQZE CLOGGED FRO
A COLO OR CATARRH'
Apply Cream la Nostrils Tor
Open Up Air Passages.
tAh! Wl.at reliefl Your, clogged
nostfila opt o right up, the air pas-aLi-i
ol vonr head are c!er sad you
can brtie irey. No more hawking.
f miKincr. tnaeous dlsicharpe, headaetie,
drrnos r.u tru;-!ing for brth'at
j3?"!it, vour cold c r catarrh is gone. -
Don't B.av stuffed cpf Get a small
ttoltle of L'.'y'a Cream Dalm from your
drupirfit Er. Apply a little f this
fr-Trt:.t, antiseptic cream ia your nos
tri.j, 2t it r net rate through everj air
r a? - 't of tli" Iwad; sootae ana caa
i e s a o'.'.-'Ii. ' inflamed mucous Heta-
l.rane. jrivirz' yoa lastant relief, .
Crr-sm T ' ;i is Just what every cold
1 r 1 t:trr:t pun.-rer nas been teems;.
': y-t j ; t y!;,!l-l. ; ir:-o
(One Day Only)
. Vaudcvills ;
I Salem's ' Greatest ?
i , Entertainment . '
.fyh worlds foremost
of the immortal
An JG ren
in, ? of -
$15 PRIZES $15
Le&in the Choruses of These Songs
. "Sly Wild IHsh Hose" .
, ylye Bye Black Bird,
,' "Sweet Adeline . V
Xf s Sir, That's My Eabj
. TOSIOKROy (SAT.) ONEDAYOXLt
r -'jevey New York 1
, : VAUDEVILLE
ALL MEV7 SIIOV SUNDAY
primitive people in many parts of
the world, havjng conducted first
hand research work "In every con
In addition to the interesting
nature of his subject; Dr. Starr is
reported to be an entertaining
speaker, and it is expected that his
lecture will ba well"; attended by
Salem people In .general as well as
by the .students.
Berreman pointed out that it
will cost less to hear this eminent
scientist speak, than it does to lis
ten to a Willamette professor In
his daily classroom lectures.
7:t5-7:30 KQW (49t), Bettlnr
' ' HTf IMS. ' ! ' "' ' .1- '-'"
10 ou 1 1 ; S (V ICG W. : J Town Crier, masir.
,lhir report. - i
11 :0.ia:0-KOIM (J4S). Domat) K-l-
eiie ta'.k and moiie, , ; , . ;
l?:OD--Kri'A" (252). "Weather Kiart.
12:30 1:30 KfJW. Noon totteM
L:30-S:0 KTBR ; (263).. , IUuiewtfa'a
h nr. - ; " i
2:O-S;00-i-KXTA 40O). Mnale, i .
fW-3;(MH-KOW. Mattnes nrocrata.
:tO-4:0O--i:OrX. j - Ny, raii.ie. .
1 :il-5:O0 KKfcC Muni.
4;9O-6:0O-KFWV' 12121. TwillUt baur.
A:(K-fl: KTBRyfiiMrm prorram.
S : 1 5- :0O t KOI Topay Turry -Time.
6.IM-6:S0 KTBR 123). Tourist f id.
:U0 t:0O KOIS t319). Organ eenecrt.
r; :K-T :00- K P W V i t3 13 . Twilita hnur.
:0u-7:OO-5-KOW-491 K Caueir.l
.30 7:30 KXI. 400). Maaie.
J:o0-7:30 KOIM. :: Amunenient ;. auer-!
tiona. . . . .': :'
7:00-8tOC -KTWYl' Amna.mBt'ful,Ju -
7:00-8:00 K EX r (447). Concert.
7:00-7:30 KOW., ChtUlrea'a procram. k
7 :30-7:45 KOW. Utility Fervtee.
7:45-8:00 KOIK.. Style talk.
8:00-8:30 -KttW' Movie olub.
ii:KJ-9:00 KOISi. HtnlM program.
8:00-9:00 -KEX. Stndte prorram.
8:00-10:00 KKWV. Studio proitrani.
8:30-9:30- KXL. Inntranient trio.
8-30-10:30 KG VT. Oreheatra. .
9:00-10:01 KTBit. "CUaaical concert.
9:00 KEX. 'Time tbntala.
9:00-10:00 KOIW.: (Tnneert ereheatra.
10:80-12:00 KG W. Hor-t Owla. eimul
taneou with KFOA. KHQ and KMO.
lt:00-I2 K)0-rKTBlt Organ recital.
KATB Oakland (80S). 6, lecture; 7.
. aboppinr hour; 8, hib acbool orches
tra : aoloiata; 9, Goat Island Goats.
KJJTB HellywooA (870). 6, niRhtly 4o
inira: 6:15, ereheatra; 7. atudio pro
rram; 8, oreheatra; 9, atring qninUt;
KTA San Franeiaoo (400). :30. ""or
eheatra; 8. studio prorram; 9.1 classical
program; 10. oreheatra.-
KHQSpckaae (394). 6, orchestra; 8.
- studio program : 10:30, Boot Owla.
KSjX Oakland (509). 7, aewa; 8, ora
torio evening; 9:30, orchestra.
KTWI San Franeiseo 250). 6, studio
Droxram : 8. studio nrogratn.
KOWW Walla Walla C-S85). f. service
hour; 8, studio program."
CF:T Victoria (829k-. 7:35, ehiWren'a
program ; 8 :05, studio program.
KFW& Hollywood (352) 6. orchestra
7, studio . program T 8,; orchektra snd
soloists: 10;10. Iroltc .
KWSC Pullman (349). 7:30-9, educa
tional program tad niuaic. '
KOAC Ccrrallig (280). 7, educational
KFSB San Diego ' (245). :15. Town
Topics: 7. orchestra : 8. orchestra, trio
and soloists; 9. mixed program; 10.
CSBV Vancouver (291). 7:30, lecture;
8, organ recital; 9, studio program;
10. oreheatra. -
KJT4 Seattle (334). otiine signals and
news; iff: 15, orchestra; 8, ctudio pro
gram: 10. time aignals.
KPMN Pasadena (316). 6. newa and
aauc; 8, eoneert.
KOA Denver (322). 7, Aggie kickoffs;
6 : 30, Sunday school . lesson ; 8, orches
tra; 7:15, studio program.
At the Gapitbl Theater
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m aminos m iftusr
k Your Car Deserret
America's: Finest Tire .
"JAfMI If? TIRE
Too 8.. CommmUl "
TIm IVronnal. Writ lag ftlavrJiIsM
' Typewriter Exchange
21 Court, Haleta
was introduced in the Jiouse- yes
terday by : Representatfve Gordon
and Representative Bailey; y -The
bill provides " that, thq" courts may
levy, a -tax not to exceed .4 mills
for this purpose. Adverttting may
be done by books, periodicals or
pamphlets. , " ;
SURPRISE PARTY HELD
SILVERT0N, Jan. 27. (Spe
cial) A large number of neigh
bors, t Blends and relatives surpris
ed Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lichty at
their home on. Howell Prairie
Monday evening: The oceaesion
was Mr: and Mrs. X-lcatya ZQth
wedding anniversary. - 1 ,-
Money refunded If It does not
T cure your case
NELSON & HUNT .
" 7: Druggists ....
Cor. Court and Liberty ; Tel. 7
Treatment, given In your own
home. Especially : good for a
weak heart, for elderly people
who are unable to exercise, for
8. lit LOGAN TEL. 2214
Wednesday. Feb 2nd
one . Louis O. Macloon
NIGHT , 4 Presents
liiiiiu 'BuLJ yi yy
County Advertising Tax
Provided in House Bill
A bill to authorize county
courts to levy taxes-for-money to
be used for advertising purposes
i nUlL AND SEE THIS -
JajMfKXJ FUNNY FARCE
- f 'rt ssS a sa rf Af al wP
HELEN DOLTQ.l akd noma mijchell
Prices Vfenanine $2.T5, first 7 rrws orchestra fl.SS, balance oreheatra $2.20,
' balcony, first" two? rows I.S5, next t rows $1.10, balance TSe.
t aotPrtooa jfV ''"i-f 1
sa fc iMr jfj'
FANCH0 & MARCO
"Stage Presentation .
' "DANCE POEMS"
. Featuring !
Eddie Foyer . ; sCarIos & Jinette
Ethel Pearlsort, Alarguerite Shawl, William Ritchie
a and the Dancing Chorus . - "
- VARIETY COLOR
ChllOren, . 25c
FlooK Oc "
"rf.liHiiitrH HH;'ttl-r! Wi
.- - i .TO.AIORROW
livenins: COc' : Children 10c
JIatineo 23c ;
miiiHtiKitini riM MMninmn
5 CLEVER ACTS OF VAUDEVILLE
-FRIDAY ONLY 4 -
Swegles Rainbow Sextette
Hot and Cold :
m it i n 1 1 1 m
Quinn, Binder & Roy
"Meet the Lady . ..
; IJVRRY VINCENT J
"The Gloom , Chaser,' : writer of
"The Farmer Took: Anotlier Load
of Away Hay! Hay!" And other
"finniiiilil M tin 1 1 ill
.MIS3- RAEFTNlS: MONKEYS
"The Act Different"
1 1 m 1 1 1 n m 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 tin i
Will & Linda Newman
; ' Unicyboxolosists
The Novelty With a Pcnch " '
: S5C ' ,
Deris Kenyon In