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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (May 5, 1927)
- Satan was first represented In
human form daring the ninth cen
tury. This curious tact was re
cently brought to light by the
Paramount Long Island Studios
- The representation was on an
ivory diptych of the time of
Charles the Bold.
Since then ja long line or pain-
era Schbngauer, Durer, Michel-J
angelo, Titian, Raphael, Rubens.
Pussln. Van Dyck, Breughel, Gus
tare Do re and innumerable book
illustrators an dother artists have
produced their conceptions of the
spirit of evil.. Modern artists
Felicien Rops. Max Klinger and
Frans Stuck hare embodied the
Kv.ll One as a female. Victor
Hugo thought the Devil to be a
It was -necessary to collect a
mass of data and paintings so that
D. W. J3riffith could have some
thing with' whjch " to work "when
production- began on his Version of
Marie CorelU's book, "Sorrows of
Satanjrhich stows at theElsi
nore theater, May 5. .
In bis treatment of the story,
Mr. Griffith follows Miss CorelU's
conception-of Satan-. -He is pic
tureauas'a polished man of the
world, tempting those with whom
he associates. But In order to
introduce Satan and make his mo
tives clear it has been found neces
sary to go back to the legend of
Lucifer's expulsion from Heaven.
":t: Capitol Theater
"The -Marriage : Clause" shows
at the .Capitol theater today. May
5. This is an interesting picture
showing : hew Sylvia Jordan, an
, inexperienced' girl, is given an op
portunity by. Barry Townsend,
famous theatrical director. Under
his expert tutelage; she gradually
becomes successful. He has fallen
in love with her and unknown to
him.', she reciprocates his affec
tions. Through a series of mis
understandings, he believes that
she is in love with Max Ravenal,
the producer, and in despair, he
sinks lower in the social scale as
she rises. In reality she misses
his stimulating presence and i.s
peruaded to appear for the open
ing of her new play, by Ravenal
who deceives her into thinking
that Barry is in the audience. Ac
tually, Barry is present and as lie
watches her triumphs, due-to her
thinking he was .there, he be
comes bitter at the thought of her
being able to succeed fwithout him
Accordingly, he leaves town with
Mildred LeBlanc, an actress who
is putting on a play out of town.
From then on, the action moves
at a fast pace, ending with a de
lightfully surprising finale.
"Don't Tell the Wife" will be
the big attraction on the screen
at the Oregon theater today,
A Tarisian couple are celebrat
ing their seventh wedding anni
versary and among the guests are
a fascinating flirt and a young
man who is deeply in loye with
her. The flirt's roving eyes set
tle on the husband and be finds
her an amusing companion. Later
he takes her to a gay ball. The
wife and the flirt's lover follow.
Husband and wife accuse each
other and angrily decide upon a
divorce, with a switch in life part
ners; the wife to marry the young
man, and the husband to marry
the flirt. A magistrate, who is a
friend of the family, frames a
fake divorce and the scrambled
couples get married, illegally. Be
fore they can be prevented, they
are off on their respective honey
moons. The magistrate follows
them and catches them just in
time to warn them of the fraud
Husband and wife are happily re
united and the other pair get
Hazel Green-Team to Play
Central Howell Nine Friday
. HAZEL. GREEN, May 4.
(Special) A Mother's day pro
gram will be given on Sunday at
11 o'clock. Mrs! Sarah Oliver,
president of the county WCTU,
will speak on the "Home," and
Mrs. Charton of Salem will speak
on "Francis Willard and Mother
Love." A. cordial invitation is ex
tended to all.
The Woman's Missionary so
ciety will entertain the gronp
from Middle Grove at the home of
Mrs. G. G. Looney on Thursday,
May 12. This is to be a Mothers'
and Daughters' meeting.
The road from the Pacific
highway is being improved by
grading and graveling. It will
be paved next year.
William Kelly is reported to be
The community club gave a
splendid program on Friday even
ing. The proceeds will be used
by the club.
LeRoy Van Cleave Is recover
ing from an attack of pneumonia.
Mrs. Adale Jones of Portland
is visiting her mother, Mrs. Louisa
Mr. and Mrs. McCormack of
Oregon City were week-end guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Woelke.
They attended the community
meeting. Mr. McCormack lived
here a number of years ago.
The school was represented at
the speical spelling contest by
Helen Davis, sixth grade; Gerald-
ine Porter, fifth grade and Stan
ford Davis, third grade.
The following pupils of the
school are on the health honor
roll: Dorothy Dunigan. Leonard
Faist, Alfred Montanion, Richard
Van Cleave, Geraldine Porter,
I Victor Williamson, Claude Lucan-
Set Of Seven Rules
Formed At Meeting
Various Organizations May Art On
Representatives of the building
trade unions including plumbers,
sheet metal workers, electricians,
plasterers and painters have
'drawn up a set of seven rules for
members pf their trades to abide
by in Salem. They are being
submitted to the various organi
I A. lob that is unfair to one
craft is unfair to all crafts.
2 The first worker to stare on
Ihe job shall act as job steward
unlH a-surcenor has been chosen.
3 All. workers before starting
to Work must inquire of the job
stewart and present his working
credentials before going to work.
4 Any worker arriving on a
job jand "finding n.o steward shall
report the same to the business
agent as soon as convenient.
5 When a member of any craft
goes on a Job "where other crafts
havp worked and have gone from
the Job, he must ascertain wheth
er the other crafts that preceded
his craft were fair. (This clause
is t& apply only to new work.)
6 Any member violating
these working rules shall be re
ported to his organization as soon
T-In case of trouble on a job,
the tbusiness agent shall be called
andif he is unable to adjust the
trouble, he shall call the building
trades council together as soon as
possible . and after 'they have
ter .they shall render a decision
and their ruling shall be final and
binding unless an appeal is taken
to the central labor council as pro
vided by the constitution of the
Salem Trades and Labor council.
FLOOD VICTIMS RUSH
MANY SHELTER AREAS
(Continued from page 1.)
While .most of Arkansas sec
tions reported waters receding
steadily, promising more easiness
in the situation in that sector, im
perative calls for men, boats and
supplies came from Ashley county
where waters were reported ris
ing. A heavy rain in sections of the
Mississippi delta caused a rise of
three inches over night in Bel-zoni,-
Miss., after the flood began
it-ceding. Boats continually re
ported discovery of additional
marooned people in the older of
the flooded sections.
Taft Siletz bridge off Roose
velt highway opened.
NOTED AVIATOR COMING
The Junior Class
Three Act Comedy " " ""
llcserved Seats By
Lower Floor- Reserved 7."c
. .Balcony 50c
Ilox Office Open Now
i fall SO for Seats
Mea's and Ladle suits cleaned
and pressed, f i.00. Ladies' silk
dresses, 91.25. Coats rellned,
93.OO. Men suits pressed, 50c.
LEAN ON A
f. : MARTIN
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. Profit Producing
v. 1 , v Directors f
; : Profitable Publicity'
; f25 Oregon K4z.
Phos3 7S)5 ' :
Lieutenant Oakley, G. Kelley, who will pilot the big De Haviland
plane in the race with an automobile and a motorcycle at Saturday's
race meet at the fairgrounds. Kelley's chief claim to fame is nis
coast-to-coast daylight flight, but he has contributed numerous other
records to the history of the thrilling conquest of the air.
beal, Marvin Van Cleave, Guy
Allen Looney and Sanford Davis.
Mrs. D. Steiwer is visiting with
her mother, Mrs. Ella McCoffery.
Mrs. Steiwer will make haj home
in Portland as she has just re
turned from Oakland, Calif.
The Hazel Green baseball
team will play the Central How
ell team on the Silverton diamond
Friday for the county championship.
Gales Creek and Wilson
River Group Makes Claim
In event the public service com
mission grants the franchise for
the proposed W'ilson River toll
road extending from near Newberg
to a point eight miles from Tilla
mook City, the .Gales Creek and
Wilson River Railroad company
will insist that its prior rights be
protected. This was indicated in
a letter received from attorneys
of the railroad company at the of
fices of the public service com
It was pointed out in the letter
that the proposed route of the toll
road might conflict ' with he sur
veys of the railroad corporation
looking to an extension of its line
along Wilson river. The railroad
extension would cover a distance
of approximately 38 miles, the let
ter indicated. 4
Docket For May Term
Of Court Very Light
Carson Hopes to Get Wheeler. Case
4 , to Jury Soon
With, the docket for ; the May
term of department onie,' circuit
court, very light. District Attorney
John Carson; hopes to get-the case
of State vs. Art Wheeler through
to the jury without delay on ' the
first day of the session. 1'
Wheeler has been held on a
charge of manslaughter since
early October. " His case came up
in the April term but due to the
absence of Jim Gee, Chinese wit
ness, the case was carried over an
other month. Gee has been in
Alaska engaged In commercial
Other criminal cases are those
against Oliver Gault, charged with
forgery, and Nels Blixseth, held
for contributing to the delinquen
cy of a minor. Gault was appre
hended last month while trying to
pass an alleged ; forged check at
the George Johnson clothing store
in Salem. Blixseth is'accused of
furnishing liquor Jo a minor girl
and transportation of two other
girls to Portland. . .
Ray Wyley of Salem will ans
wer an indictment .for "possession
of Jntoxlcants. lie was arrested
in a prohibition raid at a Front
street house. - '
Mrs. Miller to Attend
v State-Wide Assembly
OREGON NORMAL SCHOOL.
Monmouth, Ore., May 4. (Spe
cial.) -President of the- Polk
county religious council. Mrs. Inez
Miller of the rural department of
the Monmouth normal school, will
attend the three day state-wide
assembly of religious educational
workers and leaders to be held lit
Portland May 9, 10 and 11.
Dr. Paul II. Vieth of Chicago,
director of the international coun
cil, and Professor M. A. Honline,
nationally known lecturer on relig
ious education, are two of the out
standing speakers on the program.
Monday's program will .center
around "Saving the Loss in
Church and Pastoral Productivity
The Administrator. - Tuesday.
the battery man
service calls free.
540 Cbemeketa Street
"Saving the Loss in Life Build
Ing'V The Teacher, and Wednes
day. "Saving the Loss in Livin
SHOW ' JOINS "UXIOX"
LONDON G. Bernard Shaw
has joined a unions the National
Association of Non-Smokers. Tliov
wear a green badge with the
"union's" initials on it in black.
Tuesday, Friday, Saturday
Prom 7:30 to 10:30 P. u.
Ladies Admitted Pr
V J L U HE
2005 N. Capitol
Thursday and Fridav Kite
7 and 9 P. M.
"My Official AVifc"
Comedies and Weekly Always
25c Children 10c i
Would you risk
your life to
save your Bro
ther -- to bring
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SPECIAL ATTRACTION TONITE AT 9
National Music Week
Salem Oratorio Society in Concert at 9 P. M.
TODAY AND SAT.
mm nm awims ma m
A Lois Weber Production
Inside story of a stage star tho "secret .bf: her ambitions and
hopes --her loves and he,r triumphs -her Joys and heartaches
all truthfully portrayed by a spleoflid all-star cast.:
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JJJNIOR CLASS OP W. U.
- ' Presents -.
"The Intimate Stnuaurera'
S---Rig Acts , j- '
Ievey N. Y.
"The Marriage Clause"
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Summer roundtrip fares ef
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