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THE OREGON STATESMAN. RAT w OREGON
SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 171927
. .Elslnore Theater
To follower or the.Fanchon &
Marco "ideas" presented weekly
for several months at the Elslnore
theater the announcement that
, the. ramous aggregation of 24
jcirla who presented the "Serpen
tine" show- here last spring are
returning for a two-day engage-
- meM.. tomorrow and Monday, car
ries niore than ; passing signific
ance. .. .: i -. . ' -. i
v Tha Serpentine presentation
staged-by-these Kirls on the oc
casion jpf their former appear
nnce 1 provided one of ta-e most
t tftlke-of productions ever shown
'to a JSalem audience. This time
they bring another and equally as
colorfnl and lavish, a presentation
In "Blues." Outstanding features
of the number include a glorious
eniemble. "The Fantasy of Blues"
and "Blue Bell," a wild flower
"number In which Is substituted a
dance, based upon the swaying mo
tion of a row of- blossoms In a
moon lit garden for the sensation
al and entrancing gyrations they
performed In the "Serpentine."
The machine-like precision and
the rhythm of action which these
girls inject into the act has been
bailed all, along the Fanchon &
Marco circuit as one of the best
things they have ever done.
Supplementing this feature of
the weekend bill will be the bur
lesque dance team of Martin &
Mayo In "Two - Nuts Left Over
from Christmas." and Miss Tina
Tweedie; the original Heebie Jee
bie GIrk in a tap dance novelty.
Olive Borden in "The Monkey
Talks." a ri.rrns picture, will, be
the film number on the bill to
day and Monday.
- OrfgnnTTi cater "
, The . "Incomparable screen cast'
Is due at the Oregon theater next
Thursday. when "The Rough'Rld
era" "opens. ' .,
Critics; say it Is the finest com
bination of ponulnr young film
players and favrife ever assem
bled In one production.
On the side of youth there are
Mary Astor, leading woman, and
Charles Farrel and Charles Em
mett Mack, leading man. The so-
called veterans . are Noah Beery,
George Bancroft and F-ed Xobl-
er, who have rreat followlngs
Tank Hopper, double of Theo
dore Roosevelt, has a superb role
oLones come anq stories go
but "Camille goes on. forever.
; This paraphrase' of an : old say
ing is applicable lais week to- the
showing of .Norma Telmadg?"
newest starring vehicle, an up-to-date
version of "CamUle" at the
uregon tneater where the mod
ernized Dumas classic Is proving
to be one of the high mark attrac
tions or the season .
Certaialy, Miss1 Talmadge cehld
find nothing in. the rftrks of the
present day writers that swouli
pronaa a character-more appeal-
in, innrg cnarmlng than, her 1827
(Jilbert Roland, recently signed
IO a long-term contract by Joseph
. scnencic, who produced the
picture for First National, plays
rmand" to Miss Talmadge's
"Camilla? . Other players In the
supporting cast are Lilyan Tash
ipan as tna courtesan "Olympe"
uo uione as "Prudence." Har-
very Clark as "The Baron." Alec
franco as TBe Duke, and Hel
n Jerome Eddy as '"Camllle's"
v-amuie." wnicn will remain
9i w Oregon for several more
aays. as diredted by Fred fsMblo.
: Grand ; Theater - '
Vr s Picture audiences, tired
inie; and hackneyed western
; Matinee. Today .2 p. m.
Continuous Sunday : .
OF THEM ALL!
. Alluring romance breath-;-
taking speed constantly ac
celerated, action all going
together fn the first really
novel -western : ever pro
i duced. . - .
DOXT.3IISS THIS OXK
Any i" eat
pictures with their stereotyped
theme, will receive with enthusia-
.Kf1 "Thompson's "Arizona
Nights." which opens a run of
two daysat the Grand theater to
day for Thomson, among the fore
most of the western stars, provi
des an entertainment which i
entirely new. I '
t Arizona,Nrghts"iseera3'to have
every essential .necessary for a
hnrlPilr,?Vhe hihest type. The
story itself is a most notable de-
?I Urerrom ,he usaJ western
theme. Careful direction and pro
duction .vforfc is evident and the
Picture ia well cast. Thomson Is
seen to perfection and his leading
rolejs perhaps his best of a suc
cessful screen career. 5
The plot concerns the struggle
-L lttle Artzoaa mining town
agajnst an outlaw.; band of Indi
ans whose frequent marauding at
tacks result in wide-spread ter-
oi,V .:, t0,wi he settlement
when n,Kelyvl? Put undei" av
when the fake new of a gold
atrikedraws most of the men out
S. T7,1,age- Xn: the,r absence,
the- Indians attack.' Silver King
JSS2?r-:' manaees to war? .hta
i fl' ojwnring the miners,
and the town is saved after a
number of thrilling episodes
ad -unusually clever
ing cast-appears In the
tion inclndlne Nom
Lane. j. p,
"Arizona Jfo-, . . . J
f. - . oasea on
J, XK,1 Mwy.njr Steward Ed
ward vriiito txi . ..
"'"""'"e ior me t adaption anrt
continuity. UbV(, 1nJ
ted the production.
... Tapitol Theater
?i"T.Bff Inn,ent suffered
under accusations? for which he
had no available alibi, but in the
end. the wheel of fate usually
swung around to his number. - it
rt,cr gainDier. square
u,er Uilu genneman beneath the
The story by, Booth Tarkington
and Harry Leon Wilson, remark
able for its truthful delineation of
the picturesque life of the fime.
has been done into a dramatic
Photoplay, by William Fox,, which
will be shown at the Capitol thea
ter today. : .-
Eugene Klrby.'scapegrace son of
a good, old southern family, a pro
fessional gambler , on Mississippi
river boats and in the gambling
hells, of New Orleans and way
towns, is known for. his obsession
for cameo. So marked is his weak
ness, that he is nicknamed "Cam
eo. Entering a same in wmk
Moreau. a river shark, is crook in?
John Randall, a New Orleans trad
er. Kirby wins the latter's estate.
luienams to return it to him, sav
ing- ii rrom the. greedy clutch of
IMoreau. Not realizing this. San
dal! ends hi life atRt?cmettr'!
accusea or murder, ,
The, plot weaves into an Intrl
cato pattern of tragedy; comedy
and love, to a climax which reveals
Cameo" in his true light- John
?korma Talmadge's greatest
contribution to the screen
I , bavo ' brought no man
happiness. I can bring you
nothing but despair . .'.
LEAVK ME AUMAND
LEAVE ME! i . .
before It Is too late!' r
Don't mlsa , t!Us . lert-
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Gilbert playsHhe leading role, with
Gertrude Olmsted opposite. "A ca-
rpable cast gives them notable sup-
pert;- The picture was directed by
John Ford.: Robert N. Lee wrote
Keizer School to Open
1 9th, Directors Decide
KEIZER. Sept." 16. (Special)
At a recent meeting. of the Keizer
school, board it was decided that
school should open Monday, Sep
tember 19. -The prune picking is
not yet finished and hop picking
will last a few days more, but help
is more plentiful tlKin usual this
The Keizer district has nin?
months of school, and it was ar
gued that the school work should
begin as early as possible so -ihat
it would hot hold so late into the'
spring season, when the children
are in demand for berry picking as
well as other 'work. -
HEAT RECORD SMASHED
Mercury Rises to Hljrhest Mark of
, Year u Mat-Khfidtl
MARSHFIELD, Ore., Sept. 1 C-r-(AP)
Coos bay had the warmest
day of the year, with the thermo
meter standing at 78 for three
hours this afternoon.
OVER $100,000 LOSS
SPOKANE, Sejt. 16 (AP)
The B. G. Ewing Paper company's
two story brick warehouse was
destroyed tonight by fire, with
damage estimated at from $100.
0B0 to $130,000. Several firemen
were overcome by dense smoke, as
large quantities or stationery
FanchTm-Marco Idea 'f
Featuring the 24 Famous ,
SKKPENTIXE GIRIjS t :
.. , . With NORA SCHILLER ; , '
- 1 "Half-pint of Blues" '
' MAXINE i
In a "Raggety Ann" Creation
' MARTIN & MAYO
-Two Nuts Left Over from Christmas"
Burlesque Apache, Spanish and
MISS TINA TWEEDIE
'"The Original Heebie Jeebie Girl"
Oliti'Itorden in "MONKEY TALKS"
From the sensational novelty stage nit of New York,
Lil ' '.r: t t London and Paris ., . -,:
Stage Presentation Tomorrow at 3:30, 5:30, 7:30 and 930
The Famous Song Composer
Gene Wcwt' '
.. Violet Him ;
Singrns Some Snappy Songs
nilcM and Walsh
Comctfy Tap Dancers
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At the Giant rlftzcr
in Special. Number.
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At Blighs Gapitol Tpday
"AW vWwMlfr -'"-Vft
Rose Bud Dancing Chorus
with the Capitol Musical Comedy Co.
ARREST BUS DRIVER
AS SPEED VIOLATOR
Several Machines Declared
Equipped With Defective
In a concerted attack on violat
ors of city ordinances regulating
the operation of passenger buses
on the city streets. City Traffic
Officer George Thomason and Of
ficer Harry Smart arrested five
bus drivers yesterday, four of
whom were driving Salem Street
E. A. Thompson. H. B. Howard
and G. T. Walker, all employes of
the Southern Pacific subsidiary
were charged with operating buses
on which the speedometer was
not working properly. Gus Pat
zer, driving the Fairgrounds Yel
low Jitney, was charged with hav
Ing no speedometer of any de
scription. Cecil Walker, operating
an S. P. bus, was charged with
speeding 32 miles an hour, and
his speedometer was found to be
A city ordinance requires that
all public utility motor vehicles
carrying passengers shall ' be
equipped with a speedometer 0
T. L. Billingsley. superintend
ent of Salem street railways, ex
plained to police last night that
me arrival 01 the new buses for
intrastate service has caused ne
gleet of the other vehicles in use
He is expected to appear in City
Acrobats Dubin Duo t
On,' the'Scrccn '
; with bis cast
A Jloarinirv Rbmanre of a fsnriciv
Girl and an Engineer-
The : Swiftest nAIelodrama in ' n "
" ' ', ,'lScipcntine. Girls
jflr j IAaAA a- ..Tomorrow .
' .VvVVvnv.'.' - SJarto I.lcav' .
Recorder Poulsen's court Monday
morning on behalf of the drivers
who were arrested. In the mean
time, buses will operate. on regu
ENGINEER FATALLY HURT
C. Rogers.: of Seaside Killed
When Auto Hits Tree
ST. HELENS. Ore., Sept. 1G
(AP) Lee C. Rogers. 44, city en
gineer of Seaside, was killed near
here today when his automobile
left the Columbia highway and
hit a tree. W. A. Hattrem, Port
land, was seriously injured. The
accident occurred two miles be
low St. Helens.
Rogers was dead at the' wheel
when motorists found the . car."
Hattrem had been hurled from the
machine and lay 15 feet away. He
Is in a hospital here where it was
expected tonight he would recoTer.
The . accident took place on a
Liberty School to Open
Next Monday, Announced
LIBERTY, Sept. 16. (Special)
-School begins here next Mon
day, September 19th. The same
teachers will be in charge: Prin
cipal . and Mrs. D wights A. Hoag
will hare charge of the upper
grades. Miss Jessie I. King the in
termediate work, and Miss Dor
othy Sloop will be the primary
teacher. Liberty school Is one of
the, largest rural schools in the
country, nine grades are taught
LVILL OPEfJ MOiW
Principal 'John Watson Re
turning; Enrollment to be ;
TURNER, Sept. IS. (Special)
School opens Monday, Septem
ber 19, with John ,- Watson 'as
principal 'again, thia being his
second yean A well trained corps
of teachers will be on hand I to
care for "ar hat promises to be an
unusually large enroHmen-i. .-' '
- Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Edwards
visited In Portland Friday. Mr.
Edwards brother, T. J. Edwards,
a resident of Turner some years
ago. has just left a Portland hos
pital after a successful operation
on his eyes: " He and his wife re
sided in Monmouth.
Rev. Swander - of i Portland
preached at the local Christian
chureh "Sunday. A basket lunch
was served, followed by an after
noon service! t
Friends ot J. ' N Duncan are
pleased 'to hear of the improve
ment in hibhealth after his ser
ious illness 'of last week. s.
C. A.- Bear and family were in
Sunday school officers recent
ly elected for the coming year at
the Methodist church were. Miss
Nellie Gunning, superintendent;
Kenneth Bear, secretary; G. A. G
Moore,- treasurer, - - .
s Mr. and Mra..W. T. Riches are
entertaining their granddaughters.
Ruth Robinson of California and
Jane Robinson of Salem.
Mrs, Earl Pearcy, one of the
high school' teachers, is moving
her home here.
Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Small enter
tained their children at Sunday
Miss La Verne Hewitt will enter
Men and women everywhere
and recommend Foley Pills
diuretic for relief from torment ot
Lumbago. They satisfy. Over 25 yeaxa
A diuretic stlmuUal for th kMaaya
CAPITOL DRUG STORE
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What a delight it is to order SUN
FREZE and, have the clerk hand you .
instantly a carton of this unrivalled Ice
Cream ! ; '-... .
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I SUNFREZE is a better Ice Cream--.
the finest wc know how to make. ' And -we
protect its goodness for you bjr
packaging it at the creamery in sani-.
tary cartons the moment it's frozen, t
Ask your quality dealer for SUK
FREZE today- eh j by the full, fresh
flavor that only goes with protected Ice
Willamette university at Salem. -t
Mrs. B. M. yeates, a teacher
at Bridal Veil, visited her grand
son. Earle Rcrbertson, Thursday
at the Bear home, . . . . ,
Miss Sarah Brldgeman ; of Cal
ifornia will ; attend ; the Turner
school the coming year.
; . C. W. HewKt and .family ,were
in Salem Friday. .
Grant Robertson of - Portland,
Shows , At
- ' THE 'CAPIT0LS,, NEW
- PEPPER BOX REVUE
18 PEOPLE 18
Harmony Singers Knockout Coutedhtns
Famous) Row Bud Chorus
. Viola Verclcrs Capitol Orchestra . .
irr -ft ri'ii 1 rrtii tf inmii 1 1 ifiifLsMli
ON THE SCREEN
in "Cameo Kirby"
. By Itooth Tarkington
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Ti NEW PACK
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nephew of L L. Robertson, were
in Turner Sunday..
Mrs. S. H. Baker Is very 111 at
her .home, .
Charles and Earl-Standley and
Cordell Ball are away on a deer
"Everybody In Russia has been
instructed to buya gas mask." So
victism must be permitting free
sptechv Toledo, Blade.
Ten .Years Practice in
4 Salem -
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: Dr. L. R. Dcrdcttc
Optometrist , -r
40i First National Hank Itblg.
SHOW IN TOWN !
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