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THE OREGON, STATESMAN, SALEM. OREGON
WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 15, 1927
' - Klslnore Theater
uu8 . &Kinner a stage rags' are
very dear to him. One can always
buy new staff but-.not rags, at
least the" Tfclnd he wore In 'Kla
met" and is wearing this season
In "The-Honor of the Family."
Nineteen years ago Mr. Skinner
played in "The .Honor pf the Fam
ily" when he created the role of
Colonel Philippe Bridau, He has
elected 'to revive the old Colonel,
,v ho is ' very much' a rogue, and
the -veteran actor du from the
moth halls the Colonel's old down-at-the-heel
"There I am.", said Mr. Skin
ner, pointing to a life-sized figure
as the Colonel, in .a handsome
painting. "That Is the way I look
when L make my appearance on
tbfr stage and begin raising hell.'
But if mast be rather enjoyable
hell, if it can be raised with such
a twinkle in the Colonel's eyes.
Skinner's twinkle seems deeper
-and the eyes browner when they
are contrasted with, his white hair
that is not always permitted 'to
show po the -stage. '.?
Mr. Skinner deplores the com
mercial aspect of the stage.
"I don't want to be one of those
old fellows who gloat onA past,
bat it Is all so etaggerinW Why,
do you know, that there lire two
legitimate theaters in New York
where major productions are be
ing presented? Everything hap
pens so fast." , . . .
And' then to youth.
"Youth is handicapped on the
stage today. They are not given
a chance. In the past there was a
school, of expressionism; -a player
had a chance to express himself.
Today "it is a sjtudy In suggestion
and repression. Players are' cast
as to type. They play themselves
and many of them do it exceed
ingly well. But oxit of this style
of acting we will never find any
What Mr. Skinner objects to on
the modern stage is the tendency
to use it for vivi-section of social
"I think the stage should rep
resent a Never-Never land, people
want to believe the unreal." .
Mr. Skinner and his excellent
company will be the attraction in f
the Elsinore theater June 22.
ROBERTS GT CLUB
HOLDS LAST MEET
Raphael Bettincourt New
Road Supervisor to Fill
Anybody who fears that laugh
ter may increase their girth Is
herewith warned to stay away
from the Oregon., theater today,
where "McFadden's Flats" will
- For this latest First National
picture. Aimed by the producing
body of Asher, Small & Rogers, is
one of the greatest laugh hits ever
thrown upon: the screen.' Not
only have all the comic situations
that made the; original stage pro
duction a continued hit for more
than 30 years been, retained, but
new and novel situations have
been added. The result is that no
body who cares for wholesome fun
can afford -to miss this, the most
promising of , the season's suc
iooi me reasons ror tne com-ifcie were guests at George Higgins
plete '.success of this picture are Tuesday
Charlie Murray and Chester Conk- -Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rodeers
wno have been teamed up forjof Portland and Mr. and Mrs. G.
W. Woods of Salem were visitors
with Mr. and Mrs. Forest Edwards
ROBERTS. Or.. June 14. (Spe
cial.) The last meeting of the G.
T. Club until next fail was. held at
the hm of Mrs. B. F. Townsend
at Halls Ferry Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. Townsend, assisted by her
mother, Mrs. C. Schwab, served a
luncheon after which topics of in
terest were discussed. Those en
joying the occasion were Mrs. W.
V. Johnson, Mrs. Alice Coolidge,
Mrs. Bud Stutesman. Mrs. S. C.
Davenport. Mrs. George Higgins,
Mrs. B. D. Fidler. Mrs. Forest Ed
wards. Mrs. H. B. Carpenter, Mrs.
A. T. Macklin. , Mrs. N. Longen
baugh and Mrs. C. Schwab.
Raymond Higgins is visiting rel
atives at Roseburg.
E. Pearce is digging a basement
and intends to build a new house
Julius Zielkie and Bernire Ziel-
the first time in this oroduct ion.
Charlie, always excruciatingly
funny, finds greater opportunities
than ever in his association with
the gifted Conklin.
The eye filling members of the
company are Edna Murphy, who
plays the part of Charlie's beau
tiful daughter, and Dorothy Dwan,
her chum. One would hardly im
agine that production such as
was, a Rambouillet that was con
signed by Bullard Brothers, Wood
There was a total of sliehtiv
over 1,000 listed In this sale, and it
took two days to sell them. The
average paid for the consignment
was approximately $55 each.
Mr. box reports the sheep bus
iness apparently in very good con
dition and no evidence of a lessen
ing of interest or lowering prices.
Rosedale Death Brings
' Brother From Montana
SHE TO SPEAK
WorM Famous Evangelist Coming
World i famous as a preacher,
the coming of Charles Reign Sco
ville, of Chicago, to the state con-
"McFadden's I Flats" would give-j tion jay.
the opportunities it does for elab
orate gowns and even alluringly
trim bathing suits. But there
they are. and, it may be added,
both Edna and Dorothy know how
to wear them.
Silvertorr Neighbors Choose
)ort tor Next Meeting
SILVERTON. Ore., June 14.
Special) Election of officers
-as held at the closing session pf
the Neighbors of Woodcraft which
c'oed its convention here Satur
V night. Officers elected were
Tdith Guthrie. Dallas. Dast'euar l
i;tn; Mrs. Pennington, Toledo,
friiardian: Mrs. Knott. Corvallis,
advisor; Mrs. Cofflndoffer. Inde
pendence, magician; Mrs. Ban
rroft. Newport. clerk: . ,Mrs.
fhaat,, Albany, banker; Mrs. Fer
Riitobi Newport,. captHin of
guards; Mrs. 'Sherwood. Toledo,
Mrs.' Bowman. Amity, flag bear
er;., Mrs. Parrett. Dundee, attend
ant; Mrs. Dodlsh, Lebanon, Mrs.
Kee,. Salem, and Mrs. Ottoway.
KlJverton. managers; Mrs. Clem
ens. Philomath. , Inner sentinel;
Mrs. 'Jones, M'Minnville, outer
pentinel; , Mrs. ; Elbert; Monmouth,
Woodcraft home council.
Newport was chosen as the next
Valley and Zena were ia attend
ance at the Strawberry festival
held in West Salem on Saturday!
Loretta Bliven of Keiser is the
guest of her grand-parents, Mr.
and Mrs. WA. Chute this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sohn were
'Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. P. Sohn.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Branch-,
flower and daughter Helen of ML
Vernon, Wash., and Mrs. Alice
Potter of Saginaw, Mich., spent a
few days with Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Teeple, while on their way
to California. On Sunday they
motored to i McMinnville where
they attended morning services at
the Baptist church and in the aft
ernoon motored to Forest Grove
where they were the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. John Branchflower and
family who recently came from
Mr. and Mrs. J. 1. Sohn had as
their guests on Thursday evening
Mrs. Frank Kieper of Talbot and
Mrs. Lucy Palmer and son Clay
of Independence and Mrs. -George
Hrpen and daughter Elaine of
Vale. Mrs. Green wan accoui panicd
home on Sunday by. her. brother
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hoven and
family and Mrs. Kathertne Hoven
of "Middle Grove .were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith n Sun
day. Mr. Emmet Brink is shingling
Mr. Smith's new dairy barn, this
Miss Carol Hobbs of Salem is
the guest of her, grand-mother,
Mrs. F. G. Mclench.
Mr. and Mrs. John Edwards, Mr.
and Mrs. B. D. Fidler and Mr. and
Mrs. Forest Edwards spent Sun
day and Monday of last week at
Gordon Greehstreet and Herman
Semler of Portland visited Mr. and
Mrs. S. C. DavenDort on Decora-
Mrs. H. M. Bradbury is visiting
her son, Otis Bradbury, at Ver
mont. Mr. and. Mrs. Guy Asher are
spending seweral weeks with Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Ekin.
Mrs. Blanche Albright has re
turned from her trip to eastern
C. D. Query is going to wreck
part of his hall and build a bun
galow. Raphael Eettincourt has been
appointed road supervisor In place
of J. O. Walker, who is intending
to move away.
James Beall of Salem is visiting
at the H. B. Carpenter home.
J. P. Bressler, who has been
quite low with heart trouble, is
Bert Burden and family have
moved to a place on the Silverton
ROSEDALE, June 14. W. E.
May returned Saturday evening
from Newberg where he attended
ihe Friends yearly meeting.
The j. A. Cole family motored
to Newmm Saturday.
Miss Mildred Carmoy spent Sun
day in Newberg.
Mrs. Cammack and children at
tended Friends yearly meeting
Sunday. Miss Helen, who went
down on Thursday, returned with
Mrs. J. D. Alexander has been
ill several days. Her daughter,
Mrs. Verne Chandler of Tumwater,
Oregon, is caring for her.
John Whelan of Montana was
here to attend the funeral of his
brother, Mike Whelan. last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Whelan have
returned from Lane county where
Mrs. Whelan has been teaching.
Mr. and Mrs. George Alexander
and two children visited Mr. Alex
ander's parents last Wednesday.
MISS MEYER HOXOlt Gl'EST
SILVERTON. Ore., June 14.
(Special) Miss Althea Meyer
was the inspiration of a surprise
party at Hubbard Sunday. Meyer
and her brother Ludwig and par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Meyer
drove to Hubbard to visit at the
home of Mrs. Meyer's brother. A.
Williams. ,It was here the party
had been planned for Miss Meyer.
Other honor guests were Mrs. Wil
liams of Hubbard, and Lester
Hemmingson of Silverton.
Rams Average 55
TwAiiimaIs JSell for 5400 Each
at California Auction
2005 N. Capitol Phone 620
LAST TIME TONIGHT
BILL HART in
Always 2.c Children lOc
Spring Valley Visited
IJhtrin? Hurlfi Wason.Rark
Air WhfD It Strikes Tree
. SPRING VALLEY. June 14.
! week's electrical storm struck
ruite close to Spring Valley when
l'rhtnijng struck a tree near Newt
Flmklris house. A wagon rack
was . leaning against the tree and
-as thrown ten feet away by the
fore of the impact.-
WPtiam Holman. son , of Mr,
jnd Mrs. George Holman of Sa
lem. j$ spending the summer va
cation at the home of his grand
parents Mr. and Mrs. Phillip
Pammi" - ? '
Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Crawford
have as their guest- Mrsv Craw
ford's brother, Arthur Zinser of
M-. and M r Jesse Sohn and
family were Friday evening cal
lers st the home of Mr. and Mrs.
H. N. Alderman.
Quite a few people from Spring
Drinks You Like
Coca-Cola. Root Beer,
h Phosphates. Limeade,
Orangeade, Malted Milk,
f Ice Cream Sodas
We Serve 'Era Here All
't Absolutely Pure and ,
Also Ice Cream. Sherbets,
Sundaes, and Fancy Foun
tain Confections.- ,
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- Original Yellow Front
' ; , Phone 13 1 ;
" iaS Nrth Commercial
; The Pensiar Store
Brunei Clan Holds Annual
Reunion at Silverton Park
SILVERTON. Or.. June 14.
( Special. The Bruner clan held
its second annual reunion Sunday
at the city park with 120 in attendance.
through Salem yesterday en route
hone after attending the auction
sale of rams that was held at Da
vis. Cal., under th auspices of the
California experiment station.
These rams wcrs secured from
the various breeders in the west
and were sold at auction, some of
them going to bead small individ
ual Mocks; others going out in
larger numbers to supply the de
mand of ranges.
Mr. Fox is a breeder of pure
bred Shropshlres, Oxfords, Dor
sets and Rambonillets. He only
consigned Shropshlres to this sale.
Among other consignors from the
northwest was Frank Brown &
Sons, Carlton; J. G. S. Hubbard
& Sons, Monroe; Henry Ranch
company, Ridgefield. Wash., and
W. S. Link, McMinnville.
There were two individual ani
mals, in the sale that reached the
$400 mark, one was a Hampshire
buck- consigned by Frank Brown
& Sons, Carlton, that went to the
Hammond Livestock company of
Merrill. Or., for 1400. The other
5v? i 1 1
ftV-tJt Every Girl
NEWS and COMEDY
The Circus Ace
You'll just stand up and yell at the greatest base
ball climax the screen has ever witnessed!.. Just
one of the thousand laughs and punches
in this mile-a-minute fun-fest!
William Haines even better than
Brown of Harvard
rookie who found, baseball tri
umphs easy compared with the
ways of a girl!
WITH REAL' 111 (J LKAGUI2
PLAYERS AND ACTUAL
KCKNKS , FROM BIG
" as the 1 TTi XVrT :
; StarringKarl Dane; Sally QfNcilI
. William Haines, Harry Carey
s Cdldin-t picture :Z
vention of Christian churches at
Turner, July 2-10, is of more
than usual interest.
Dr. Scoville has held meetings
around the world. He has held
me of the largest union meet
ings.in recent years resulting in
between 4,Ou0 and 5,000 conver-1
sions. He is credited with having
held the largest single .church
meeting in the United States.
Twenty-five, years ago this sum
mer Dr. Scoville was the speaker
at the Turner convention. He is
the only imported speaker at this
convention who has been invited
to a retura engagement.
He will speak in the gireat ta
bernacle at Turner twice each
day, at 11 o'clock a. m. and at 8
o'clock p. m., beginning on Sun
day, July 3 and continuing until
Sunday, July 10. x
This is a rare opportunity for
Salem fplks . to hear one of the
world's greatest evangelists. Ad
mission to the grounds and all
services free. For information
about camping and programs write
to C. F. Swander, secretary, 409
Panama Bldg., Portland, Oregon.
Children's Day Program
Draws Hopewell Audience
HOPEWELL. June 14. The
Children's day exercises Sunday
evening were very well attended,
and an excellent program render
ed. Among the very fine num
bers were a solo by Mrs. H. A.
DeWitt. a reading by Mrs. F. Neal,
and a girl's' chorus, " VVhisperinc
Howard Stephens and son Ver
non motored to Pacific City on the
coast Sunday, calling on bis fa
ther, Mr. Smith Stephens, who is
Miss Frances Bosshardt spent
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and finished piece' of apparel. You
may call it a corset or supporter
and yef it is a delight to the ey'el
and a contribution to comfort
never before attained. It is
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The front and back are so designed
that those great layers of fat that
bulge over the abdomen , and roll
in waves down the back to the
waist,' are ail smoothed out and
gently but firmly kept in place to
show 50 to 75 pounds reduction.
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It lifts up and supports the bust,
"snugly rounds over the hips,
curves the waist line to symmetri
"cal appearance and brings the en
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Made in the famous W. S. Rice factory at Adams, N. Y., and designed
by a noted corsetiere, it needs but a-try-on to prove it the first and
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In every neiRhbohood and community are women who have under
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cushions to the conformer 'gives perfect support and protection.
Mrs. J. A. Cilligan, the personal representative of W, S. Rice, is now
here to give the ladies of Salem every opportunity to fully test this
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Put it on and see how charmingly it feels, how perfectly it brings
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Don't Fail to Call -
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Thursday, June 15 and 16
Hours: 9 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 5 p. m.; 7 to 9 evenings
ROSTEIN & GREEMBAUM 1
ALL LINEN TOWELING
Extra, Heavy Weights-Made in Salem, Oregon
1 6 Incn 35c Yard 14 Inch 25c Yard
LADIES' ALL SILK HOSE
Big: Assortment of New ColorsRegular $1.00
Special 85c a Pair
Special Good Values -
Reduced Price, 95c
TOWELING 29 Inch
Pat Linen SHIRTING
1212s Yard 15c V
32 Inch 36 Inch Unbleached
ROMPER CLOTH MUSLIN
' , ' 1 A Good Quality
Yard 17c Yard 12c .
In Rear Room :
Ladies' and Children's Hats
, At Reduced Prices v '
Children's Hats, Two Specials
- ; 51.65 and $1.00
: ' . ; .Ladies Hats -'
$3:5ft 53.00, S2i6,S2.b0, $1.75, $1.25
i.. ' - loads' of Flowers . ,- . ,.
246 NORTH COMMERCIAL STREET
Sunday at Hazel Green.- "
? 'Mr. and Mrs. keal 'spent ' the
week-end with the Shivelya in
Mr. and Mrs. H". A. DeWitt are
entertaining -friends from Lan
caster, New York. ' .
Mrs. Robison of Pleasantdale is
here visiting her mother, Mrs. E;
THREE "TESTIFY HUGH
EMPLOYED AS WORKER
(CoDtinuml from iKe K . ; ' '
are only going to take them up
stairs to the rooming house. '-' .
' Richards said he bad r asked
Roy if "James" was not his broth
er, but Bald Roy denied this.
Richards described a green
ehest the trio kept in their Imnk
house. The green, chest, the state
contends, was used in carrying
"supplies and equipment to the
Siskiyou camp where parts of irou
work of the chest were found in a
dead camp fire after the holdup.
Sam A. Kozer, secretary (,f
state of Oregon, identified a li
cense certificate issued to Roy Ih
Autremont on September 8, 192 J.
Oregon City Vandals have de
stroyed a handsome tree that JlH
adorned the Rowan vine cerrwr
for manv years. 4
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