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" ' , Elsinore Theater
Given two young 'married cou-
one husband too busy,
being va successful iloclor to
devote ,thn6 fqf' his wife t and one
: w,lf too, busy; being ' a successful
awyer'to devote time to her hus
band. " Then
jCpalr meet .as, the principals in a
if corner; " .
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There. you have the Jngredients
of a delightful screen comedy
"which shows at the Elsinore to
days Miss Vidor, In all her brunette
loveliness at first the efficient at
torney, and next the charming
Wife. tlRine her law-stria mono! witu
lo win back her mate gives one
of the finest performances of her
career.' She brings the role a sym
pathy of treatment, a knowledge
j of the requirements of faripe com-
eay, ana a stately grace that are
enchanting. Arnold Kent, the ne
glected husband, gives new evi
;. dence of why Paramount! holds
him on contract as a leading man.
Margaret Quimby, William Austin
and Richard Tucker in the sup
porting cast, are ideal.
Revivals seem to be the voeue.
If Is interesting, to note that the
majority of outstanding produc
tions In New York during the past
two or three years have been re
vivals. "Mr. Pim Passes By,"
which the Moroni Olsen Players
are bringing back to us this sum
mer is a unique revival in that the
cast of four years ago is exactly
the same with but one exceptieri--Mr.,
Gordon Nelson will replace
Sumner Chase Cobb in the role! of
Brian Strange' : . 1 '
The Moroni Olsen Players have
an oppornnity here to show us
what they can do, with a "second
chance. They Jhave come back fo
"Mr. Pim' with a freshness and
added relish wh.:ch insured added
enjoyment for .the audience,,
Byron' Kay Foulger again passes
by as the absent-minded Mr. Pim
who is the catfse of this' storm in
a .tea; cup. f '')' .
Janet. Young Is the bewitching
Olivia whose innocent past" Is made
3005 N. Capitol St Phone 520
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Thursday and Friday Eve.
i 7, and 9 p. in.
THE WEDDING SOXG"
. . Always Comedies
Always 25c Children -10c
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Tomorrow 1TnT '"p tnf Tomorrow
3 acts 5 V&&'7jr'fl?Jt "t UygS 5 ArTS 5
Metropolis f 1 J CfiVi Metropoli-
Vaudeville r . " ' 'Vaudeville
V YOU CAN'T GO IN THERE !
-Your fatherV a murderer, ttl f'
caught with the goods. Tears ' , " ( '
money," influence "cdn't stave fcg1 " - Johnnie
, him! She knew her father J Walker
was Innocent, but the arni of 4 p v Ralph
the' law blocked her." A baf- i J-ewis
fltng. mystifying, thrilling 2vY V '
masterdrama. Every mo-v-,- Jihps
ment will hold k yon spvJJ . "
; OX TH K STAGK r ;. -
"THE FLAX IDEA"
The Trojan Five
- Clever Entertainers
.j - Soprano
questionable by Mr. Pirn's strange
' Moroni Olsen is the rather pon
derous bu lovable "George."
Leora Thatcher's the meddling
Lady Marten, Dor thy Adams,: the
iresponsible Dinah and Joseph
Williams the inevitable butler.
Harry H.' Allen, who has so un
mistakably proved his ability in
the field of stage design during
the past season is responsible for
the charming new stage settings.
The costumes offer more color to
the picture this play gives the
women an opportunity to wear en
chanting costumes. ,
The Moroni Olsen Players' nro-
duction of Mr. Milne's delightful
comedy offers everything that ap
peals to the summer theater-goer,
clever lines, attractive pictures,
and above all, real amusement. It
shows at the Elsinore on July 12.
Bligh's Capitol will offer a
double billed program for Friday
afternoon and evening. The regu
lar Saturday vaudeville will be the
attraction for Friday as the Luth
er Band will be the feature for
Fiveacts of Metropolitan vaude
ville and feature pictures for this
program. On the stage, Ferol &
Grey in a classy dance revue. A
big variety of fast dancing with
many changes of flashy costumes
and beautiful scenery. Cathlene
Warfore -presents a melange of
popular and classical song num
bers. Lotus Lee the prima donna
and violinist in singing and mu
sic. 'Anderson Brothers in "Mu
sical Moments' vocalists and mu
sicians. Lovers of song and music
have a combination in the Ander
sons that they will appreciate and
enjoy hugely. On the screen the
Capitol will offer today and Fri
day "Held by the Law" a mystery
melodrama full of thrills, sus
pense and real action. There will
be three sbdws, at 2, 7 and 9:15
On July 9 the Luther College
Concert Band will play two con
certs at the Capitol theater. The
first concert will be at 2:30 p. m.
and the second at 8:30 p. m. This
band is composed of fifty pieces
and is renowned for its orchestral
effects. In commenting upon the
apearance of the band the Globe
Gazette of Mason City, Iowa says:
"The shading and phrasing was
extraordinary, when one takes in
to consideration that this band is
made up only of boys who are at
tending college and do mnsic only
as a side line. In building up an
organization of this quality Dr.
Carlo A. Sperati, the director, had
performed a unique task.
."The boyish audacity shown by
these youthful musicians in at
tacking the "Overture to Tann-
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r ! Vaudeville
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IcDonalil, . j
hausef by Wagner, where even
veterans might have feared to
tread, was one of the surprises of
the concert. The, magnificent and
colorful -'climaxes were" Carried
with a delightful perfection, while
the two movements' one dark" and
heavy and the other gay, were
blended in most beautiful har
mony." Oregon Theater
One of the most impressive
spectacles ever witnessed on the
screen is the race across the open
plain for land in Fox Films epic,
"3 Bad Men" now playing at the
Thousands of people take part-
in this tremendous picture of the
land rush, together with huge
herds- of cattle, horses and vehicles
of every description. 'There is ex
citement galore and suspense that
is unequaled, furnished by the
"J Bad Men" and the youthful pi
oneer lovers, parts played by win
some Olive Borden and the hard
riding George O'Brien. The pic
ture was directed by John Ford
who became great with "The Iron
Horse," and this film will do much
to add to his reputation as one of
the outstanding directors in the
world. ' J
T LISTEN IN If !
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9:0-l:15 KXI, 820). Morning music.
10 :mi-11:30 KtiW . (410. Hoiiwhold
hpli .nid mai.
10:00-1:00 KKX 240). Tattle Cook;
11:00-12:00 KOIN tai'J). Housewife'
1-2:00 UFKC (214). Weather reports.
rj:00-12:20 KKX. Popular nrrlientra
12:'M)-l:oo KOIX. Organ concert.
12 :l.-4 :00 KXh. Music.
l:::0-2:a h"lBK. (28a). Studio pro
gram. 2:0-Knd KTBR. l'lay by play baseball
0:(M)8:00 KXL (229). Muc.
:O7:o0 KWJ.T (229). Twilite hour.
t:O0-7:O0 KOIX (:119). tlrgan concert.
6:00-7:00 KPCK (314). Msie.
:Oii-7:00 KQW (102). Uinner concert.
::so-7:0o KKX. Organ concert.
7:i0 7::so KTBU. AAA road reports.
7:iiii 7::;u -KKX. Studio program.
7:1VM:00 KOIN". Misha l'elz orclieatra.
7::ii-8:0O K(JW. Itility service and
Catholic Truth Society lecture.
7:ao-S:ao KKJK 2:i). tveuing story.
7::i0-:0O KKX. Travelog.
oo-9:0i K(;W. Vaudeville.
8:1)0-0:00 KKX. Farm program.
H;oO-10:OO KOIX. Studio program.
M:0O-U:0) KWJJ. Alda Kosenstrnter.
8:;iO-'J:;J0 KKJB. ' 'famous Artists
9:00-10:00 KKX. Little Symphony or
9:00-10:00 KW.l.T. Studio program.
10:00 -12:00 KKX. Kremcr's dance or
11:00-1:00 KXL. Insomnia club.
K(;0 Oakland (itt. . orchestra; 8,
light opera: 9. XHC program.
KOWW Walla Walla oOO. 7, H.
ebestra: 9. 10. dance orchestra; II
KK1 I.os Angeles (48). 6:tr,. 6:KO.
trio: 7. old-tiraera' program: 8, drama
hour: 10, modern classical music.
KID Los Angeles (105 . 6. trio; 0:30
children's program: 7:30, 7:40, 8,
8:1(1. quartet and soloists.
KPO San Krancifro (422). 6, G:.10, or
chestra: 7. orchestra; , two piano re
citals: 9, XHC program; 10, dance or
KKOA Seattle (447). 6. 0:30. orches
tra; 7:30. trio: 8, swimming lesson;
8:05. 9, NBC program.
KFRC San Francisco (454). 6:25
dance orchestra; 7:30, 8, 9, orchestra;
10, dance program.
KJR Seattle (349). 6. 0:30, orchestra
8. 8:3U, 9. orchestra; 10.
KFWI San Francisco (268). 6. llawai
ians: 7, 8, 9, lo dance program
K(iA Spokane (261). 6. 8.
KHQ Spokane (370). 6, orchestra; 8
orchestra; 9, NBC program; lo, dance
KYA San rrancisco (309). 7. trio: 8
American Legion: 9. trio and soloists
KFWM Oakland (230). 8, quartet and
CXRV Vancouver (291). 10, dance or
KOMO Seattle (306). G. 0:15, orches
Ira; 7:30, orchestra and soloists; 9
NBC program; 10.
Remember the good old Hays
when a prince was really a prince,
and you could get a haircut for a
quarter.v,wf-i-f; -- ptn.
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60 Piece College Band '60
- This marvelous band cant produce the effects of a huge
pipe organ, cathedral chimes or a symphony orchestra.
What Portland Has to Say
One of the best musical! Units ever heard here, so good,
that they are stepping close upon the heels of our friend John
Philip Sousa. Oregon Dally Journal, Portland, Ore.
POPULAR PRICES AFTERNOON AND EVENING
r Adolts 75c -M Children 25cwr -A
By Rozella Bunch
Lieutenant and Mrs. Wilson
Guests in Salem
Lieutenant and Mrs. Ralph Wil
son with their small son, Ralph,
Jr., arrived In Salem a few days
ago from New London, Conn., and
are the house guests of Lieuten
ant Wilson's mother, Mrs. W. K.
"Wilson and of his brother-in-law
and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Francis
Lieutenant Wilson, U. S. N., will
leave soon for San Francisco
where he will sail on June 12 for
Honolulu where he will be sta
tioned for the next two years. Mrs
Wilson and Ralph, Jr., will remain
until the middle of August as the
guests of Mr3. Wilson and her par
ents Rev. and Mrs. Powell of Sea
Lieutenant land Mrs. Wilson
(Martha Powell) formerly lived in
Salem and have many friends
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Becke
Return from Five
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Becke have
returned recently from a five
weeks tour of the south, east
middle west and southern Canada
The Becke's went south primarily
to attend the International Kiwan-
is convention at Memphis, Tenn
to which Mr. Becke was a dele
gate. The convention, which last-
led from the sixth until the ninth
of June provided most interesting
afternoons., for the wives of the
delegates as well as the delegates
themselves. On the afternoon o
June 6 the "Nineteenth Century
club of Memphis entertained the
ladies with a musical program and
a reception for the Internationa
Kiwanis nresident's wife at
beautiful oldj southern mansion.
The Memphis Country club provid
ed entertainjnent on the second
afternoon. The last afternoon was
devoted to a bridge luncheon in
the Peabody Hotel. Mr. Becke
will give a complete report of the
convention at Memphis at the Ki
wanis luncheon on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Becke visited all
the places of interest including
New Orleans, Boston, New York,
Cincinnati, Chicago and in Wil
liamsport. Pa., they were guests
of relatives of Mrs. Becke's. They
found the French settlement at
Montreal especially interesting
and from Toronto they took a trip
to Niagra Falls.
Mr. and Mrs. Becke returned
through Canada by way of the
of United Artisans This
The United Artisans will hold
their installation services this
evening, following the regular
business session in McCornack
Dr. Eschleman, supreme medi
cal director of Portland will be the
installing officer. Officers are re
quested to wear white.
Following the services refresh
ments will-be served.-
Tues. July 12
Mr. Pim Passes By"
S2.20, $1.05, f l.lO, 75c, SOc
Keat 8ale Now
r Forty-ninth Season
Mrs. Walter X. Barsch
Visiting in Salem J U . . 4
Mrs. Walter A. Barsch (Cather
ine Carson) and her son John Car
son Barsch, of Oakland, Cal., -ar
rived in Salem Tuesday ta be" the
house- guests of Mrs. Barsch's
mother, Mrs. John A. Carson. Mrs.
Barsch will be in Salem for some
time, Mr. Barsch joining his fam
ily here later in the summer.
Woman's Union Will Meet
The north section of the Wom
an's Union of the Frist Congrega
tional church will meet tomorrow
afternoon at the home of Mrs
Charles E. Ward at 2 o'clock.
Guests of Afr. and Mrs.
Miss Renska Swart and Miss
Edna darfieid were guests of Mr
and Mrs. C. P. Bishop on a motor
trip to Champoeg on Monday.
Attractive July Wedding at
Miss Harriet Patterson, one of
the first of the July brides, was
married to Albert C. Baker, at a
most atractive ceremony at the
Patterson home on South Nine
teenth street with the service be
ing read by Rev. H. C Stover of
the Knight Memorial church, be
fore an' improvised altar of ocean
spray, roses, lilies and fern.
The bride was lovely in model
of white crepe de chine with a
veil of tulle- caught with pearls
and orange blossoms. Her bou
quet was of sweet peas and tiny
Miss Virginia Bestv . maid, of
honor, wore a gown of-rosecrepe
de chine and carried sweet peas
Andrew Baker served as best
A reception followed the cere
mony. Mrs. Merriott Davis, Mrs.
James Nash. Miss Elta Resse, and
Miss Ruth Bates assisted with the
After a short wedding trip Mr.
and Mrs. Baker will be at home on
South Eighteenth street.
Guests in Silverton
Mr. and Mrs. William Buchman
and their children have been and
their children have been guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hannan in
Annual Picnic of Past
Members of the Past Matrons
association will hold their annual
picnic ths evenng on the lawns of
the home of Mrs. Rose Babcock
and Mrs. Harry Crawford on South
Commercal street. .
A six o'clock picnic dinner will
Guests at Brophy Home
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brophy had
as their guests for the holidays,
Mr; and Mrs. C. H. Parker and
their three children.
Methodist Gathering at
Champoeg on July 4 .
Many Salem people were in at
tendance at the Methodist picnic
held in honor of Oregon pioneers
at Champoeg on July 4. Practic
ally every community of the Wil
lamette valley was represented at
Congressman W. C. Hawley was
the speaker of the morning. Dr,
Avison of Portland spoke In the
Afternoon and Eve. i j
1 "ks ig
ACTS 1 J
1 Mctropoiitart ' I "I
" On the Screen! rlfTl
"Held By The Law" -f-
Saturday I I
LUTHER BAND -
, It'at the Migbtfatt of All Great
Western Ktorics ', -
Von'U Not Be Sorrr You Came
Ktartfns ' '
v ,1'KED TUOJIPSON
h 6ll fer- Conies frhfottgh1 "
Scalar X SSTi
afternoon. )t Other speakers for the.
occasion ' were Mr. . William Rob
erts of Pendleton, and Rev. T. D.
Yarns of Portland.. Music was
given by the conference quartet.
A resolution was presented at
the meeting by Dr. John M. -Canse
in regard to beginning plans for
an extensive centennial celebration
to be given in 1934 in honor of
Reunion, of H inkle Family
on July 4 .
Members of the Hinkle family
held a reunlon on July 4 at Eola
Springs. A basket dinner was
served at noon. A feature of the
afternoon's ' entertainment was
music provided by a five piece
Members of the clan present for
the reunion included Mr. and Mrs.
S. H. Hinkle of Dallas, Mr. and
Mrs." 6. W. Hinkle of West Salem,
Mr. and Mrs. Lige Hinkle of Ore
gon City, Mr. :and Mrs. M. W.
Hinkle of Oregon City, Mr. and
Mrs. Marion Kerchem and family
of Oregon City, Mr. and Mrs.
James Butcher of :Terre Haute,
Indiana, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Red
ding of Seattle, Wash., Mr. and
Mrs. Glen Allen and family of Ore
gon City, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clarke
and family of Independence, Mr.
and Mrs. R- C. Barbur and family
of Buena Vista, Mr. and Mrs. John
D. Hinkle and family of West Sa
lem, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Hinkle
of Dallas, 'Mr. and Mrs. George
Dickinson of Independence, Miss
Hinkle of Monmouth, 'Melvin Da
vis of Park Place, Dave Craber
of Independence, Miss Elizabeth
Barber of 'Salem, Charles Barber
of Independence, and Mr. and Mrs
J. J. Hinkle A f White Salmon,
Washington f- '- ? : '
Guests from Portland
for Holidays j
Mr.- and Mrs. Gus Erikson had
as their house guests for the holi
days. Mr. and Mrs. Okley Kerr of
Return from Recent Trip
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Erikson, their
children, Johnny and Bobby Erik
son, and Mrs. Erikson's mother
and father, Mr. and Mrs. G. M.
Kerr have recently returned from
a trip to California. Much of their
time was spent with Mrs. Erik
son's sister, Mrs. H. S. Williams
in San Francisco.
Leave Saturday on Six-Weeks
Tour of the East
Miss Rosalie Kerber and Miss
Jfelen Yockey will leave Saturday
on a six weeks motor trip
through the east. Miss Kerber
and Miss Yockey will visit in many
places of interest including Chi
cago, Boston, New York and
Washington. They plant to re
turn by way of Montreal and Que
bec. They will also spend some
time In Yellowstone National
Miss Kerber's place as society
STREET DRESSES . . ; EVENING DRESSES :
AFTERNOON DPLESSES SPORT DRESSES
These dresses are marked down to make room for
This saleat this time offers oaf customers a re
, fcuy-riew summer dresses "in Wilis' sWYi smartest
Rarely before has such a sale been1 offered to the
U. t" '
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CocLH CalfiTi d aft
" ' ' '-i- Today ' L
r "Open Gardens. ' Jonesmer. '2
to1 8 o'clock. Public !nvited.7Ten
miles north on Wheatland Ferry-
LWaconda Road. ,. ,v
Ladies1 JUd of Woman's Relief
Corps. . Mrs. Jennie Martin3, 1145
Saginaw street, hostess. ; - ;
.Past, Matrons Assocfathon. Mrs.
Rose Babcock and Mrs. H. E.
Cra wrord. 6 o'clock.
Ladies of G. A. R. 1 Business
session. Armory. 2 qclock.
Installation Services, United
Artisans. McCornack Hall. This
Golden wedding anniversary of
Mr. and Mrs. William DUlmon
Smith. 2 to 5 and 7:30 to 10
o'clock. 1765 Center street.
Radio Concert Program. Sta
tion KNRC. From 11 to 12 o'clock.
North Section. Woman's Union.
First Congregational church. Mrs.
C. E. Ward. 2 p. m.
editor of the Capital Journal will
be taken during hetr absence by
Miss Dorothy Baker.
Witt Spend July at Seaside
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hosford- are ;
spending the month of July at
Seaside as the guests of Mr. and1
Mrs. El T. Johnson..
Guest in Salem .
Mrs.. Mary L. New land of Port
land will be the, guest of Mrs.
Cordelia B. Hager:for the remain
der of ' tnie week. ; Q ' "'
Returned from .Clatsk&nie
Mrs. Cordiela B. Hager has re
turned to her home after spending
a fortnight as the guest of her son,
Harold B. Hager at Clatskanie and
or friends in Portland.
Marie Scroggin of Spokane
Visiting in Salem
Miss Marie Scroggin of Spokane
has been the' guest of Mrs. M. C.
Kafoury and Mrs. John Corner.
Guests in Salem from Seattle
'Mrs. John Corner has had as
her guests, her daughter, Mrs.
Julia Street, and her grandson,
Harold Street, Jr., of Seattle.
On the Fourth "Mrs. Corner,
Mrs. Street and Harold Street,
Miss Marie Scroggin and Miss Bes
sie Corner spent the day at the
country home. of Mrs. Ivan Cor
ner south of Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. Paulus Spend'
Week-End at Newport -'
Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Panlus
with their little daughter, Nita
Roberta, spent the past week-end
On Trip Through Middle
West and East !
Mrs. J. C. Nelson and her. son,
Thomas Nelson, left last week
for a trip through the middle wst
and east. They will visit friends
and relatives in Chicago, Forest
Park, and in South Dakota.
They plan to be away from Sa
lem about a month. y
State Street Beljow High
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AND ORGANDIE DFlESSES
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and Quality Without Extravagance . :
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. ' " Next Door East ' 1
Ai frecport for-Fortnight : "
Mrs. W H lry,Mlssreletf J I
Daf6yt aid? ffi&'Bertna'BalicocK u
have gone to Newport where they,
will remain fortnight. - ,
Mr. and Mrs. E. Of Moll, with
their daughter, Mrs. J. P. Fergu
son . have .returned from a ' week's
vacation" at Newport. 1 j - r-
Mrs. T-S, Roberts Attends
Dunning Method School
in Portland r -; r :
Mrs. T. S.Rbberts is attending
the normar course at the Marden
Dunning Method school in Port- :
Gardens of ,Johesmer$ Will ,
Be Open to Public Toddy f
The gardens of Jonesmere.; the 1
country home 1 of Miss Mabel
Creighton, will be open to the pub-
lie this afternoon . and evening. "
from two until Height o'clock. ';'
Jonesmere Is" ten "miles north Of ','
Salem on - the Wheatland Ferry-
Waconda Romd. ' - ' ' -J "
Dorothy Perkins roses-and del-'
phinium are partlcualrly beautiful ,
at this time.
RUSK OF FRO IT STILL! -AT
PEA K ESD AY ,u
(Coctinaad from paffa-I.). ., ..
ply, and cherries for marlschino
making in big supply; several cars
a day of cherries. . "
The Paulus cannery Is on straw-.
berries, logans- and raspberries,
and buying all that are, offerer) ot f
Royal Anns, for canning, -r .f -..g
Black Cherry, siVl'rUcri :
Young Wells ' have 8hTpped-; :
eight cars out of Salem, mostly
Bings.' Shipped a car yesterday;
one will go'todray, Including" some
Lamberts.' Expect" big business i
in Lamberts Boon. ' ' s
Denney &. Co. jare shipx)lng; a
car to two"; ars - a day Cl Bings..-
Expect soon -to ship two to three
cars a day pjtatmberts',.', - :.'
Stadelman Fruit company skip-
ping Bings and some Lamberts, in
car lots. v , .".
Some reports are being receiv- ..
ed .on car lot .sales of Bingsln
' the big eastern cities. It Is .not"'.
too much to say they'are Spobted. '.
Some sold at good prices. Some
not so good. : Some of the cracked
Bings did nt hold .up well In ship- ,T
ping; tendency- to mold, around. .
Oreiron Last Time Today
the New Fall 'Mbdels. .'1.' .
fashions and fabrics.
public never in our1 '; l
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