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t, -'Oron T?-atttr
Clay., young, coarageout, "Boatx"
nd hU brother brlnjr, mU, ro
liDi'e, thrill and 'few teara to
uidln- . attending tbe Ore con
hfafer, where thla exceptional pic
on? ta now chewing.
yHfiiu Gent worth tha for
uno . Jarauioutit poorad Into itn
IfmlnK, It ! worih th months
PMWby Herbert llrimon and two
thoKnd men among tbe corcbd
bund dun tit tho Orrat American
ThlH'torjr of the French, For-;
:n legion; breatboa an Immortal
jflama that an director Plight for-
MIL IUI lllf Id UUimill. 1 HQ riKIU
bingo, on tin? wonderful devotion
inf thrMj young Kngllb man, ach
Hif whom derampn from home In
order that the blaino for the theft
of a 'faniou.appblre may fall on
hli although he belteve one of
Id brother to 1k3 guilty.
Bjomhion lmpulne all cmlUt In
lhM Foreign legion. Two find
ihomaervea at an laolated Sahara
fnr which mut meet an Arab at
tack, with only 40 defenders. Tho
rlccr ftarlMneHB of thne won
derful aoldleri .In their pitiably
braVd.defeoae adds to the drama
of tho - atory.
Ronald Colman aa "Ueau" gives
a portrayal which many aro nure
to place abovn his wonderful work
In "The White Slater," the picture
lliat'jdarted him toward the com
manding place In the screen world
lie Bow holds. No more romantic
a figure has ever flushed across
Illvallng CnlRian are Nell Ham
ilton and Ralph Forbes, the other
two V brothers. A inagniflcant
tbaracter rl brought to'Hfe by
Noah. Bpery as "the cruelest roan
and bravest soldier" In the Legion.
i' Acting honors : also belong - to
all,the others i on the long list of
players to William Powell. Alice
Joyce, Mary Hrlan, Norman Tre
vor'and the rest.. Few pictures in
the history of the screen liavo con
tained so many marvelous charac
rtl!l credit belongs to Herbert
ltrenvn, a man whose tremendous
energy and fine artistic ability are
vlint In tbe dellcatn shadlajg of
esc'h scene' and great swefp of the
whole atory. ' "
!,aramoljnt's 'Beau-Otfste" Is a
gteut picture dramatically,
torTally and entertainingly.
' : . i;llnore Tltrat cr
: SUne Qrey'a latest, and which la
aald. to. be on or his bt stories
to date. "Nevada," U showing to
tUyi mly at the KUihore theater.
Ktfer t,ne of tb. latest' snper plc-
liireit from the M'aramouat studios
with an exceptional cast of screen
ntars.r The photoplay is mighty
in sco pK. being a tale of (ho west
with .vutUwry at its height, bad
men t their worst and heroes st
lholr,bt. In addition to the fea
ture picture, there is a riot of rotn
tnjy In Cducatlonal'a two reel suh
Jtct entitled "A Ilrlney Boob." to
K tber with an Interesting Pathe
, IWglnnlng tomorrow, Kddle Ma
glll, - fatuous singing master of
teremonlts of the West Coast
Theaters, will make hU initial bow
hcfoH Kls inure audiences. Mr.
Maglll, comes from the MetropQll
tn theatwr In Io Angeles, where
Ihltty, ronstmtiro weeks he
was ,agagetf for "Fanchon
HARRY "SNUB" POLLARD
' In Person
wi!h Tholma Diuiitik in their conuUy Kkit
"Out of Gas'
I "fn Town
VI01.A VKKCLliR JICIUIANS ; ORCHESTRA
;THH OREGON STATESMAN;
OF " THQl
and Marco , Idea, "Hello Lind
bergh," eald to be a jfcry unique
presentation, together with Flrnt
National's att release, "Tho
J'oor Nut," will aIo bo on ths pro
gram starting tomorrow,
Kpfectaeuiar ncenr- tht thrill
and dramatic opitiOdcH that hold
ih Httentu-i 'from atari to finish,
ulc Intorpotutcd in tli new w:ron
vorwlon of Jak 1 tendon's ' rusi;e I
Ktory of advutituro. "Tho St!j
Wolf," which will be on view it
the Hollywood theuter to'lay. T:i;
collision or a giant liner with u
sin .".II schooner In &m Fran-ciMcu-
Hay, tho miiltoy atioanl
the "Wolf' KeaNng schooner, and
lhi triple fluisii of tho "Wolf'i
career when hli vci.Mil fcoe down
In flatm-H, are only h fw if t th:
dranijitic fpUodcs with which the
ptcttiru -iIioiiikI";. ,
On tho oMier hand, a del phtt'nl
HiOKpher; of vIolfiH-o. Tho charuc
tcr of ' VVolI" l,Mrnn. the brutal
love story is blmulcd with this at
sea captain, who rulciv wlin an
Iron hand, but who l.i u deep 8tu
dent of philosophy and reador oi
poetry. Is delineated on thecrc-mi
by Italph W. Incn with oven
greater forcu Uian It was on the
pr ntcd page, 'i'lio story, in
brief, concerns, a rich clubman
and writer and u pretty Klrl, Ul:. j
sweetheart, who are picked up by
"Wolf" after the collision, and
their strange adventures whiju
under his .domination.
Famous Irish Cat Tribe
Decides to Give Up Fight
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KILKENNY. HUSH PURE
STATK, ' AUCi. lD.-iAl'--The
cats of Kilkenny virtually- "have
given up fighting. No one knows
why, but the Kilkenny cats no
longer chase the clogs out of
A lieutenant of police told the
Associated Press that while an
occasional Ut fight till neigh
borhood with uoie und fur, the
Kilkenny cat has lost his reputa
tion. Neverlheiesa, tho Inhabitants of
this cathedral town suy tho old
cats fought enough tor several
generations eeforo they quit. Trnj
dltion has it that after some of
the old time fights only tbe claws
rcma Dd to tell the tale.
City of Portland Adopts
New Convention Policy
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--No fund.- will ! imed hereaftcr
by the Portland chamber 6f coni
merco to bring u coavotitton here.
to cover room or hall rent here
for the convention, ur lo enter
tain delegates or visitors alto tid
ing a convention, nor will tho
chamber Indorse the solicitation
of funds from buvliuMs tneu for
This convention policy was ad
opted today by the chamber's di
rectors after weeks of considera
tion. The ch ruber will support the
plan now used extensively In oth
er cities, of having delegates to
conventions pay, when they regis
ter, a fee to cover the expenses
Involved in holding conventions.
Come Early 1
S ALUM, OREGON
Harry "Fnub" Polltird
coincM probably from tbe fact
C. in oils niUKluche. The sad cx
pression of, this, noted omedian
ironies pro babiy from tne iac
that according to his-figures he
lms l-en hit with preeisely:
Six tn: of reinforced eoncretr
Twelv thousand cuHlard
Enough crockery to. establish a
chain of ctifeterkts around thof
f'hairs. tublen, beds, sideboard
and other pieces of briea-bruc uf
t clent to equip the Leviathan.
Four hundred automobiles.
Two l ruins, j
Five Big Liquor Firms
WASHINGTON, Aug. 19
(AP Consolidation of five whis
ky concentration warehouse com
panies in Kentucky, with totul
holdings of approximately 150, ooo
barrels of Itourbon whisky in
bond, was announced today by
Levi Cooke, counsel for the dis
tilleries. The consolidation was
effected, Cooke said, to reduce tho
overhead expenses and to "cooper
ate with the government in ulti
mate savlug of the tost of govern
mental supervhUon of the ware
itiKciv m:oTiri:iis hi m
STAKTKItOX I Vllt tiltCCITS
Hletk brothers' Waldo Hills
show herd of Herkshire hogs was
marled for tho California and
Ctah fair circuits yesterday morn
ing, in charge, of Arnold Kieck.
Kven though the Itieck brothers
are young men and have only
been at the hog breeding game
for a few years, they are regard
ed as among the. outstanding berk
shire fanciers of the west. Their
hogs have, bwri shown on the
California. Utah, and Oregon cir
Always . .,
S.Tt"RDAV, . Al'tl. 2t
THE SEA WOLF'
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SAY FELLOWS I
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Now! igs Today,
HARRY ; "SNUB" ; POLLARD
wt'L.Thohua Haniela In their Comedy Skit
: .-4 OTIIKft BIG TIMB AtrTS
v On the Serecfi,
.dutts;.Ml. h.W? t'.ve. JVOc
(hlldn Ktr 2.c
at Blighs Capitol Todfasrand Sunday"
Thclnia Danle s n a Comedy
Six brick piles.
Enough bottles to hold all the j
i-o d consumed in one summer at all J
ihe pleasure resorts in the United
roofs, walls and chini-
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ntrongmen. Ki- i
mules and other
isn't half of it."
Snub mourns. Since Pollard has
been a slapstbk comedian in mo
tion pictures, he has had:
A broken leg.
A broken wrist.
A half doaen 'sprained ankles.
cuits for- three years. A three
v ur old boar. Belle's Dumfounder.
from the herdfhas won two grand
championships at the Pacific In
ternational livestock exposition in
1 oi l land, and one grand cham
pionship at ihe Utah state fair
iu Salt Lake.
Another entry, "Waldo Hills
Dumfounder's fourth," Is a young
hour which was junior champion
at five different fairs last year.
This animal Is in splendid shape
this year and gives promise ol
making an even better showing
than last your.
The brothers brought their first
pure bred berkshire hop in 1911
and now they have over 100 bead
6.' high grade hogs. They have
built up their heard in a common
xi nse manner by careful selection.
Judging from the results obtained
or. the fiir circuits during tho
naxt three years, they are doin
their utmost to produce only the
best berkshire. hogs for the ntrrth
west. Stanford Men Slop
LAIUSt MKAUOW. Aug. l..
- -('Special) Two Stanford utif
vcr(,ity studen-ts. Madison Italph
Jones, Jr., and Bob Mott. who
DIRECT FROM THE
Last Two Reels in Slow
; Motion - .
$125,000 Rinsside Seats"
. for 50c
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LosV al JSe.-
Ijy 3?y I Ilcnmlh
Skit entitled out or uas.
A sprained oacK.
A broken nose.
"An accidents, of course
jh; "They all came just through
Custard plea are nice soft mis
siles but once a pie stujek to a
plate. Snub's broken nose re-MiUed.-,
A long scar on his face is a
memento of a rehearsal with a
Of- course it's all in a day's
work." Snub ended. "That's why
I like this tour. ' Nothing much
to fall on me no accidents yet.
live at Oakland.
stopped for a 'Jme in
Meadows on their return
from Victoria. B. C.
Indiana claims to l.soe the
champion pop drinker. Without
stopping he drank fifteen bottles
of pop. It's a wonder he didn't.
Quality dealers know
that it pays
to give you the best
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STfiRT FA! R E I R CU IT
Cass Nichol's Chester
Whites Begin Show Tour
to Compete for Honors '
Twenty -eeven head of Brookslde
t. beater White show hogs belong
ing to Casa Nichols of Salem were
started out on the California and
t-Jtah fair circuit yesterday morn
ing in charge of Lowell Stockard.
This is the forth year that
Nichols has had- his bogs on the
outstate fair circuit., and during
that time he has built up a repu
tation as 'one of the outstanding
Chester White breeders of the
He has found the fair circuits
one of . the best advertising medi
ums, because many, farmers have
adopted the practice of attending
i fairs in order to get definite and
i first Hand Information regarding
jb'-eeding stock. Incidentally
! Nichols has always
won enough .
premiums to offset the expense
and to leave a' margin besides. For
instance, last winter he shipped
two young boars to Arizona. The
sale was, made because a party in
California had seen them on ex
hibit and recommended them to
the buyers in Arizona.
- Part of this year's show herd
was on the circuit last year, and
made very creditable winnings. A
three, year old sow, "Ladies'
Queen,1', was grand champion at
tie Pacific International in both
1925 and. 1926; and has likewise
ben grand champion at every fair
where she has been shown.
"Brookslde Big Boy Junior" has
also won grand champion ribbons
! w here ever shown with the ex-
cc-pt ion of portland last year. He
won a silver cup at Salt Lake as
the best of his breed.
The butcher and packer is in
terested in the dressed carcass of
a hog. ' This is the point that
Nichols bears in mind, as is evi
denced by the fact that one
SUNFRJEZE Ice Cream Is better
in every mray it's better made
better packed and it's sold only .
by better-service stores.
It means something when we
say that 9UNFREZE dealers are
joySUNFREZE today! You'U
rc surprised at the difFerence.
It's the finest Ice Cream pur ex- '
perts know how to make.
lti barrows . dressed out . a . a
Grand Champion at fthe ytah
State Fair at Salt LakV? last yean
and another barrow won. the grand
championship o nthe dressed- car-!
cass over all breeds at the Los
Angeles County fair at Pomona,
California. ; 7 ..C-.v.
In 1 91 S Cass Nichols was a
member of a local pig club,. Dur
ing the brief span of years since
then he" has. made a4 great" study
of the art of selecting and fitting
his animals. In. discussing breed
inpr stock he stated that he did not
sto bow an ordinary breeder could
fKll more than an average of three
or four pigs ,for breeding stock
fiom each litter. He qualified
tills remark by mentioning that a
good reputation is - the greatest
good that he can hope to attain
and he feels that the only way to
I roach that goal Is. never to sell an
i;nimal that he would not want
to keep himself as a member of
his breeding herd.
Marion county has the largest
number of hogs .oi any county in
the state. The stock men say the
difference between scrub stock
and pure bred stock - probably
show up greater , in hogs than in
any other type of livestock.
Rickey People Enjoy
Brief Vacation Trips
RICKEY. Aug. 19. (Special.)
Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Caplinger
returned from a trip to Mt. Hood
a few days ago. t' ;
Mr. and Mrs. Culver spent the
week end at the beach. .
Mrs. Arthur Binegar "spent sev
eral days in Portland this week..
The T. Fitipatfick family en
joyed a vacation at the beach last
Mrs. James Savage and son and
daughter were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. D. A. Harris Monday evening.
Mrs. T. Wallace is entertaining
relatives from Arizona and Massa
chusetts. Mrs. George Hager visited
Call At Labish Meadows
LABISH MEADOWS, Aug. 19.
(Special) Mrs. Harold S; Gil
bert, accompanied by her sonJ
Frank and niece Charlotte of
of New Haven. Connecticut, called
' T I e7
Utl 1 1
Th NEW PACM
(straight fawn) VvN. l tlr Trfa
CuvL l I AJa iX PACK,i,
Quarts... 60 Pints... 30
r... rv..tM. ilv. vr'u t
a t TLabish Meadows' 4iisl week.
They were accompanied ; by Mrs.
i ,N.'- Gilbert - who. recently re
turned . from los Angeles. Mrs. ,
Gilbert will go with- her grand
daughter back tt New, Haven iu
September. . -
Return from World four
LABISH: MEADOWS.- Aug. 10.
a (Special.) Miss Gabriel Clark
el 322 North. 14lh street, Salem,
returned Mondayevenlag from a
very Interesting trip around the
Worlds Shxj reports the United
States- has the. best country ana
Oregon the "favorite state.
'". Every day or so. it Is reported
Moscow fears ' an attack from a
new direction. 7 Moscow certainly
has all tbe symptoms of a bad boy
who knows ho has something com
ing to him.
First Time in Two Years
Doors Open at X And 7 P. M. Per
formances it 3 and 8 P. M. PRICKS
(Including; Tax) Admitting to the
Cirrus, ilenneeriw and General Admis
sion Seats ADULTS 1; CHILDREN
I XDKK 12 YEARS, 50 Cents. irand
St. Old and Reserved S-U at Addition
al Cost According to Location. Re
served Sent and Admission Tirketa on
Hale at Sherman Clay Co. Music
Store 130 So High tit. (Show Day).
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