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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 30, 1927)
SUNDAY MORNING; JANUARY 30, 1 927'-
i : noro Theater. -A
new prodaetion of D. V. Crif:
lith, is always one of the big film
treats of the- year.- Consequently,
local t moviegoer - will find cause
for general rejoicing in the an
nouncement that for three days
beginning next Sunday the Elsi
nore theater will show nJa -latest
c i n e m as terp iece, ."That ; 1: Royle
tllrJ." a melodramatic 4 plcturiza
tlon of , jEdwin llaimerVl heart
throbbing Cosmopolitan ; Magazine
eriaT. which will he shown at the
melaprei theater for itwo days,
January 30-3,1, The hand-picked
aRt i is headed y such inqtable
Iavoritesjas Carol Dempster; V. C.
Fields, James Kirk wood and Har
rison Ford," - ':: v i v ' -''-.'k
TTIse action of jthe plot: centers
. around Joan Daisy Royle a jazzy,
pretty, ; j worldly-wise modiste's
mannequin, whose Infatuation for
Tred-I Ketlar.- famous Jazz band
leader, inrolTeaher in a sensatlon-l
til' 11 ,f ,7 . A . . . . - "l
" . uijrierjr: iri&i. vaivtn
CIarkM the- austere, puritanical
district attorney; Is the third an
Rleiia -this; jcompleloTe-trlangle.
The. amazing chain of extraordin-
aoCeyeqts Js-finally-capped by a
crashing; cyclone which ejren,tnaltJ
ly PelM Jove -and -happiness for
"that Royle Girl."
t Lightnmg changes .dr. -scenes;
gorgeous color effects and magni
ficent settings add to the spectacu
lar, and 'pleasing effect created in
the staging of Fanchno '& Marco's
"Dance Poems"', to; play' at -.The
Elsinore j Sunday and '.Monday tot
this week. A small army of Ar
tists and masters of all crafts were
engaged by. the famous producers,
Fanchon & Marco." for more "than
twQ weeks in preparing the stage
settings for "Dancer Poems." '-;.
i Elaborate stage settings, depict
ing scenes from three countries
form a background to .the Fanchon
& Marco production Dance Poems.
The countries are -Spain, Japan
an America. Thet fourth setting,
an 'artistic tableau, of lovet Is .the
Eddie j Foyer, the man of , a
thousand - poems is'.starred and
featured with him are Carlos and
Jinette, dancing .team, of. motion
picture and stage fame.. Mile. Alda
Kawakaml, dance sensation of tho
; Orient who is widely heralded as
o Pavlowa of Japan, Eth'el'Pearl
fjOB, Piere"tte3 dancer. Marguerite
i;i W daacer, William Ritchie
:i: I ncer, and aibig com
I . .. : - ",i includes a . ballet pf
Lo; j fn& W-another hit of the
show, completes the cast. . , 1
Without the three "snatchers"
' Jhere-wouldntf be-,anythtng atall
fo "Cradle Snatchers, and with
f ut these thre parUcular;V8nttcl!l
t rf the Louis O. Maclooa produc
tion coming to Elslnore after
nost? successful ' run of IS weeks
i i Xob Apgeles aod two long and
r:arvelous runs In San Francisco,
r markable fof the excellence of
V cast.'rouldi be minus much of
i t f 5 'i" ancy ,r - f ;
Norniiir Peck, as the frightened
1 W 1 1o f , w lilte-hairecl' boy, known
h moiig hi4 "frat" bfolhel1, as 'the
hi;: Swede," has that sixth sense
X n awa"to1 ;Stage ; folk." as the !!n'
xrcted comedy tonch." Ills por
tra ral of ! the gauche hired com
rLtvion, .especially In the scene
v. ji'i Florenee Auer ia the' second
act., is a gem of f unniness. ; , ?.
Tday only, the Bligh's Capitol
er is offering n big double
fcq rre bill ot vaudeville headed
Uy t? trbara Kaye and Boys, a jnln
i 'Revue of elasS featuring
M iss Barbara' Kaye, ' winner t of
nitwrrous Black Bottom contests
1 rf mpetltion with some of the
tH n! ry's ; best "dancers. She ia
back i by a trio of 'taieotea Doy,
H.T.' 1 ' -
i , - . lag singer
I.k ( v.x ime," and Oleg
i n concert pianist.
CUs Hum : Doodle Trio "Kings
Jarnony," blend some very ac
(able vocar harmony numbers
't gfKd elpaa cut harinony ;and
'. fiold a feature, act. '
hit !; and 1 CUir 'McMahon In
r tfyVel offering '.'Variety wfth
i'um .V. is a blend, of dancing
r si Mattes Presfon and Yeo
, oUiting "Nonscaso aad Mu
rient a bfightoffering that
1 s "Amerfca'aYoungest Mi
" appears In "Fiddling Oddl
ivlste - by his a wooden
'.1 iumrry and his Horned
i. h'idIiu novelty of his own
i tl.n screen. Billy Sullivan in
l! -,rt of a Coward."
TI:- fclUb's Capitol thealer
'av aflernooo and evening
VaudeTilie, - coming di
s ro.ii ihfl million dollar Pan
I beater io Portland i-c :
j'a iCissie) - t-oftus, ; the
f ri p realist mimic in impres
-f u-diy and yesterday with
cf various stars include
hi-? Tucker, Nora Bayes.
t f.i-i ."Jeanne" Eagles,. Pan I
vn and. Bhenk, Harry
ti;id many others. axe.com
Loftns.haa one of the
pal-l arts In vaudeville to
! ih;f a!em vaudeville pat?
eicatly ltonorcd ia
iLj . ! ir3 to eo such. a
t i: i Italy comes the're
" ;-i Tour sali to pre
t c " atllbriairf act on
icr.ia the 'world.
I Z -rz'Llll, tt3 fruits
! -i i tickles t taps,
.. iiy ees3, cocsea-
g?h(ir, Arm ernnnn
lUii tmu O WVLiilY
sical chatter, ; original dances and
humorous, musical renditions. -
Mack and j Tempest; a 'comedy
eoupfe who are suro to please alt.
They hare air entirely new line of
comedy patter and some pleasing
harmony song numbers. ,
Jack Hanley and eompany, in
"Making the World Safe 'for; Ho
kum" is one , of those carefree
comedians who is funny in every
thing he does.: j , w. ..'
f Viola Verclr. If ol man and her
Capitol orchestra will offer a mus
ical .novelty, -nd short film sub
jects will make up the bill at tho
BHgh'8 Ciipitof Monday, -
'Tell It to the Marines." big
special production made by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer:
in ' cooperation
with the UrtttfMl States marine
Corps, in which Lon Chaney is
star, will open Tor a three day run
at thCuBJigh's Capitol theater, Feb-
ruaryS anctt4.' ' -
Major General John A. Lajeuue,
comraatiding tle United Slates
marine corps personally insiected
fhefilmiDRof' the final scenes.
Brig!. General; Smedley D.' Butler,
commanding jihe SanT Diego; base
s u pervised see n es taken there. - In
fact; eeryJ8quencer lnwhieh marines-"
were used was made ? with
marine-corps' eyes on it in the in
terests of Accuracy. - Sequences of
he picture -include the first views
4f the Pacific fleet at practice ever
made for - a film: story." These
scenes show hundreds, of marines
in drill and in action aboard' war
ships. -. ' ..'.":; ;-
Chaney, who 'has the part- of a
hard-boiled drill sergeant,' makes
One of his- rare appearances with-
out ' weird v make-up." William
Haines; ' whoso performance in
f 'Brown of Harvard": was one of
the Screen triumphs of last season;
plays, a young ! marine 'recruit in
the juvenile lead. Eleanor Board
man 'has the principal feminine
L role, .and other important ' parts
are portrayed by Frank Currier.
Carmel Myers, Eddie Gribben and
Maurice Kains. ? George Hilt was
the director.. .!-
f ,v Oregon Theater
f i'TheV Kid Brother Is one of the
swift mpving type of , comedies
Lloyd -has associated himself with.
As the youngest brother of a fata
lly of .strong men, Lloyd sutrers
all the. Indignities. av kid brother
invariably , has to endure. But
when the ;. final test comes, it Is
this same "young un" -who aaves
the family' honor and! proves" "to
the satisfaction of 'his . father, and
brothers : that .he is of .the Same
Sturdy stockltheyl represent
t Remember how you wanted, to
help LlQyd over the goal line with,
the "winnlnr ;tottchdown -in v"The
Freshman ?" Tott ; can- expect , to
experienco the' same f eellng vwben;
yon see "The Kid. Brother,!, for
again.; Harold has one or those
sympathetic parts that makes the
audience pull with him every min
ute. , , X " '
- This remarkably entertaining
picture is showing at the Oregon.
theater. , , ' . - -i
i If you are in need of comforts,
blankets, pillows or other- bedding
you . should see what Hamilton's
are offering. See the wool mixed
blankets at $4.45. . .. )
v',-.. "Aothorixed Dhttrfbutors : '
The Personal Writing Blachlne.
- : Typewriter Exchange
THOS. ROEN '
Phone A51 , 431 Court, Salem
Casey's Guaranteed." ,
JIHEUMATISM REMEDY- .
Money-refunded if it does not
cure your case
- NEXS0N & HUNT
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Cor. Court and Liberty Tel. 7
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: -ONE NIGHT ONLY FEB. 14 :
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To secure' scats now, phone 307. For mail orders
address letters, make checks or P. D.. money orders
to Elsinore theatre inclose wlf-addrcssed, stamped
envelope to insure safe return, x.
' . PRICES :
I'ljcrfirt 7 rows, $2.GQ; List 17 nnvs, S2..10; T'cz
.inc. C2.-X E:!:cny first li rous, 52.00; next
8 revs, Cl. J't 1
i rcivs, 5i.bJ.
SENATE TO FACE MANY
BILLS DURING WEEK
(Cohlianed fn:a pace!.)
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clared that; he : wpuld.dereod .his
measure on the floor" of the senate
while otfier( members have Indicat
ed that they would speak against
the bill.' ; "! ; -Z ;r,i I
- Senate l)iil up for the third
reading Monday follow : r-. ? f
i'f SB by. Strayr---Relatrng to.
weed control districts anT rthe ex
termination.of noxious ?weed3. . :
-SB 40, by.Marks- Relating to
forfeiture Of hunting' a'nd angling
licenses. J. f -t . :. "' . '
" SB 48, by' Uavis Authorizing;
irrigation- and drainage, securities
commission, to enter Irfto agree
ment with 4 he secretary f the la-,
terior to; assist In promoting; the
settlement -.of -federal irrigation
projects. . . ;
SB 54, by. Reynolds -To provide
for the establishment of control
areas-; for the protection ot horti-.
Evening 50cl f :;tildren lOc
' ' Matinee 23c 5
V''AVNVvVAV VAV ' 'Vv,'..'',V:vj,
k,-J'r CL Qmonaunt please
FROM "CRADLE SNATCHERS"
tKe Elsinore Theater,' February j 2
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cultural,, agricultural and forest
industries from diseases. . '
SB, 128, by Committee on Judi
ciary Declaring all holidays non
,. SB 130, by Committee on Judi
cliry Relating, to legal r holidays.
SB 132,"by Committee on Bank
ingDefining industrial loan cor
porations. . ', .
.; SB 129, by Committee on. Judi
ciary Relating to service of sum
mon. , . 4.:";.-.
'. . House bills up for third reading
in the senate follow: jr
' HB 6. by Swan Relating to the
The ELSIiMORE, Wed.,
Elbow Your Way In
17 Weeks Los Angeles;
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Also Feature Picture
"That Royle Girl"
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practice of osteopathy.
IIB 40. by Billingsley Pertain
ing to transfer of livestock from a
HB 4 8 by McGowan and Davis
Providing compensation for
Hester E.: Goodman, widow of 'ex
sheriff w; A. Goodman. ,
HB 54,- by Potter Relating to
proof of publication.
HB 59, by Briggs Providing
for the right of eminent domain
in matters pertaining to the con
struction i of dutches and water
ways. :: ' . .-
HB 96, by Committee on Re-
From 10 Weeks San Francisco
One Best Bet of the Season
v , BOX OFFICK OPEN MONDAY ' ; ' '"' ' 49
Prices Meszanine $t.75. first 7; rows orchestra $1.65. balance orchestra $ 2.20;
balcony.- first two rows 51.G5 next 7 rowsl. 10, balance 75c. Enclose self
stamped envelope, for quick retarn-
large amount of out'of town people who; are
.iCradle Snatchera'we advise, the local people
peals Relating to bounty on lack
rabbits. -. ? .
HB ,98.-: iy f Committee on R
peal-l-ReIating to employes. u
. ; HB 102; by. Briggs- To remove
county ; seat - of 4 Jackson' county
from Jacksonville .to MedTord. -.
HB 103. by Clark Enabling
Oregon normal school to execute1 a
deed to its interest at Gladstone:
HB 112, by Comniltteo on, lie
peals Rcldting to. barlxid wire
fences., . -' : , . ' :-
IIB 142. by Committee on Re
peals ,Belatiag to coaimou . law
marriages. . j- - . . - -
HB 143. by Committee on , Re
peals Relating to the estate su
-r HB 157, by Committer on Re
pealsRelating to the organiza
tion of the house. - ,
HD 164. by Committee on Re
peals Relating' to Cililo portage
rdilroad. r . :
HB 16ff. by" Committee on Re
pealsRelating . to i conservation
HB 174, by Committee on Re-i
peals Relating to duties of sena
tors. " . "
HB 175, by Committee on Re
peals Relating to legislative ap
propriations. HB 176. by Qpmmittee on Re--
peals 4-ReIating to home for state
wards. ' .; ', ' .. " . ', '' '
ill B 210,. by Comittee on Re
peals Relating to sale of. school
TALKING MOVIES SHOWN
H EASTERN LABORATORY
(Continued from pr 1.)
bility. .The sound ;record In the
ptojecting machine Is amplified by
a loud speaker to any degree de
sired. By means of synchronized mo
tors, the incidental music accom
panying the "first run" picture in
the theater at New York was then
placed upon the picture film in
exactly , the proper relation. This
was shown by two incidents of the
action of the picture. In one place
the sonnd of a blow was timed
60 Weeks New York
Your Way Out
tickets. Note Account of-lh'e -
.sending: in advance orders for
to send in mail orders at once.
' ; Your Theatre . '
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ALCOXY S0c FLOOIl COc
exactly- with .the ".motion ' on the
screen; Jater, the. crack of a pistol
was simultaneous with the burst
of. smoke from, the muzzle of the
weapon, ' 1
" Mrs; ; 1 1. pj r stith. millinery.
Most beautiful hats In Salem; all
shapes and colors; it 11 stock from
which to make 'fine selections.
Best quafily, . 333 State St. ; )
The Opera House Drug Store.
Service. qualityV'io-w prices, friend
ship give -increasing patronage.
Old customers1 advise, friends' to
trade here. High and Court. tj
Many Authors Still Make
1 Useof Old FashionecJ.Pen
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' NEW YORK (AP) The pen
still is. as migjjty as the typewrit
er in the hands of authors.
J3. Woodward.: who - wrote
Geo.rgo' Washington the Image
and the Man," finds writing with
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Special Sale'; of New "
It-- ' VICTOIl -
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Hundreds :of New
Marches Late Song's
TAKE YOUR CHOICE
r Lot No. 1: SALE PR CE
rnA DOUBL E -f A C E D
OUU n E W VICTOR REC
ORDS,. Including songs, dance'
records, ballads, and numerous
; others ..--....:;......;..."..,
Lot No. 2
n o a new Victor ulc
XUUU ORDS including
seal records retailing up to
lexically any, selection
SALE STARTS MONDAY
Remember this is your last
of, your old favorites at
Make' Your Select on Early
GE0JCJ2I1L MUSIC HOUSE
AIso Feature liiluro
a pen easier,; although he asserts
he can operate a typewriter, Cosmo-Hamilton,
the novelist, dic
tates to a. secretary, but revises his
manuscript with a pen, sometimes
rewriting , whole paragraphs In
that manner. - Several successful
playwrights are said to use the
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nu.t. modern house. Four
blticks from rolf fice.
r. il wood
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SALEM HARDWARE CO.
: : Inc. .
The Winchester Store
I'IiouI7U , iao.. Ctn1. St.
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from New Catalog
- Orchestra .
tunity to buy many
: Bargain Prices . '
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