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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 28, 1927
orHi opt r i-i a
Capitol Thc-nter i
A play that can go into cities
like Haltimore, Washington, Syr
acuse. Pittsburgh. Cincinnati,.
Cleveland, ChicuKo. S:in KraiH-is-oo
and ls Angeles anil remain
from. 12 to 4 2 weeks in each
place, to say. nothing of a run of
five years in one theater on 4 2nd
street. New York, where it is still
doing capacity business, must ne-re-prily
have more than onlin-fyJ-v
drawing qualities It (a a
rfiomenon yet this is absol
utely a matter of record. Anne
Nichols' world famou laifRh pro-j is and has been
ducer, "Abio's Irish Rose" is the premiere.
play in question, and was written
and produced by Mbw Nrihols.
The luanuKement of the tHigh's
Cnpitnl theater has the honor to
anno'.tiiie they have secured this
attraction for a popular return
engagement of one day. Wednes
day. Sept. 2S with matinee on
Wednesday. starting 2: the
'company production to be seen
here being that which recently
closed an engagement of 28
weeks at the Garrick theater De
troit, thereby adding another
page to the. theatrical history it
making since its
COURT GRAMS NEW
HEARING IN CASE
(Continued rom Page One)
State of Qregon vs James S.
Trent, .appelant; appeal, from
YamhJil oounty;. jietit ion for re
hearsing Jwiiexl in opinion by
Justice Rrown. Sheridan . IIiws,
appelant, vs fl, J. Spaniel, et al.
appeal from Multnomah county;
previous opinion' of court affirm
Stat of Oregon, ex relv Multno
mah County Bar association,
plaintiff, vs L. II. Tarpley. defen
dant; original proceeding in dis
barment. Order for disbarment
Adolph Ilauke, appelant, vs J.
S. Ten Brook, mayor, and -other
officials of City of Atoria; suit
to enjoin council from putting in
to effect certain amendments to
city charter. Opinion by Justice
HVfcHrlcle. Judge J. A. Eakin af
firmed. ' ' " "
State of Oregon vs F. M. Ring,
appelant; appeal from Clatsop
for piloting foreign vessel without
license. Opinion by Justice Cos
how, Judge j. A.Kakin affirmed.
been. gKting worse, with all sorts
of couples fcislting and hugging in
automobiles, and the girls openly
smoking cigarettes. No .sir, 1
can't understand it."
MAN PERMITTED KISS
IN CAR FROM SPOUSE
(Continued from Page One)
married, qnly a short time,
Sergeant Rolfs declared he did
not have the mopey to pay the
judgment and that h would ap
peal the verdict. .
."I was only doing my duty."
Rolfs said. . "To me they were
guilty of disorderly conduct in
making love to each other right
(here on the street. At the time
t' arrested the Macks I thought
they were terrible.
"But since then conditions have
FLYER MISSING ON WAY
ALONG COLUMBIA TRIP
(Continued rom Page One)
on rvn island in the Columbia river
near Boardman. Ore. A plane
was sighted there and it made a
safe landing although at a late
hour tonight it had not been iden
tified. Three other fliers who were
missing early tonight were report
ed safe at Pasco, Wash., where
they had landed because of docv
visibility. They were: Jack Fry,
Tos Angeles, flying a Fokker uni
versal; J. A. Mclnaney, Denver, in
an Alexander Eaglerock biplane,
and Jack Rand. Los Angeles, in a
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SCENE FROM "ABIE'S IRISH ROSE"
SALEM PEOPLE TO VISIT
FAIR, RAIN OR SHINE
(Continued from Page One)
the Salem district will be dis
missed for the day, andva num
ber of business houses will close
so that all employes may visit
Inclement weather cut heavily
into fair receipts yesterday, the
second day. when only atiout 7500
paid admission, about 25ot) few
er than the number who came on
Tuesday, last year. The rain
fall was heavy all morning, and
intermittent showers continued
during the rest of the day. The
motorcycle races and horse races
on the track were called off, and I A
the people spent most of their
time viewing the exhibits and
Total receipts yesterday were
Choice Seat Available for liotli Performances
THE WONDER VLuXX
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,o 1 At IGH1NG SUCCES&:
The Cornell Tltef Brwfee All World's Record.
PricesJ'Matine'? tolay, b"st scats 91. OO plus tax.
Iriccs: Tnight, 75c, Sl.OO, $1.50, 2.00 plus tax.
Positively ' Your Lost Chanre to See "Abie."
$2769.25, S17r7'.00 less than the
total last year. Grand stand recei
pts which totalled S559.25 last
vear and nothing this year accoun
ted for a good share of the dificit.
IJaid admissions agregated
S2.27G.25; season tickets, $100.
00; and horse show, $393.00.
Last year the recepts- were as
follows paid admissions $3,388.
S5; season tickets, $168.00;
grand stand, $5o7.2r; and horse
Stock judging is well under
way and many ribbons have al
ready been passed out. Boys and
girls club work had a big day
with some awards announcell:
About five hundred youngsters
are on the grounds attending to
their exhibits, and nearly 1200
are represented. A total of 23
counties have provided a total of
30 teams. Nineteen counties are
represented in boys and girls
Prizes totalling $4500 in cash
are offered exhibitors in club
work this year, and $2 500 in O.
The life and drum corps of the
A. R. made its first appearance
northwest will he entered.
The racing program will start
in the afternoon at 1:30 follow
ing a btfnd concert in the grand
stand. The winner of the Gover
nor Patterson derby wiH be
crowned by Miss Jane Feely, iOf
McMinnville. " '
Other numbers on the racing
program will be a 2: OS pace, for
a purse of $2,000; a 2:16 trot,
3 heats; a 2:lfi pace, 3 heats; a
one mile race for the Salem day
purse of $250; and a 4 furlongs
race, for the exhibitors purse of
In the evening the Worse show
for the third night will be a big
event. Carnival shows on the big
white way will also be an attraction.
yesterday in the new pavilion.
Concerts by the Sheridan Ameri
can Legion band were held in
doors at various places. The band
appeared in the grand stand to
give ft. conaeTt prioV to the races,
but&ere was no one there to entertain.
All the exhibits are now arrang
ed, the floral display, last to be
completed,. being in place by noon.
Farmers were particularly inter
ested yesterday in demonstrations
of new farm implements held un
der the roof of the machinery
Added attractions at the fair
today will be a concert by mem
bers of the fife and drum corps
of the G. A.R. an address by Gov
ernor Patterson to boys and girls,
and an exhibit of art in the art
llotorcycle races will be held
at 11 o'clock," unlesathe track
makes navigation Impossible.
Some, of the best drivers in the
MANY PRESENT AT-
ANNUAL HORSE SHOW
(Continued from page 1.)
A group of vocal numbers were
given by Mrs. Howard and the
American Legion Band of Sheri
dan played preceding the pro
gram ind during the intermis
The complete list of ribbon
winners 'for last night's show" in
cluded'; Event 1 Four-inili&nd compe
tition First prizes?; . Portland
Damascus Company; Second prize
McCroskey of Garfield. Washing
ton; Third prize, Portland Dam
ascus Company; fourth, Burge
StockT' Farm of Albany; Fifth, H.
W. Merritt. Rosalia, Washington.
Event 2 Single in Harness
First prize. Aaron M. Frank.
Portland; Second prize, Aaran M.
Frank of Portland.
; Event 3 Ladies Hunters
First prize, Mrs. Claude D. Starr
of Portland; Second, Natt Mc
Doufiall of Portland: Third, Aar
on M. Frank, of Portland.
Event 4 LadSes' Singles
First prize, Aaron M. Frank of
Thrillinc! Absorbing! A dow
erful story of regeneration and of the
marvelous work bein&r done by this erreat
organization against the forces of evij!
. J Tense!
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HURRY HURRY LASt TIMES TODAY
DON'T SAY YOU "DIDN'T SEE IT"
TO THE .
LIVES UP TO ITS
VAUDEVILLE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
. - Jh - -s
In the New Pavilion
Frank of Portland."
. Erent . 5--Gentleman's
galtefd sad Ie horses
First prize.1-Frank MeDermott
of Seattle; second, C. H. Char
elle of Seattle, Washington; third
Mrs. Claude. , D j Starr. Portland;
f ourth.tlLewls R. Bahka Portland.
Event Roadsters First
prize, Aaron M, Frank of Port
land; second. Dr. R. A; Quieter of
Everett, Washington; third, H. M.
Kerron, Garden Home, Oregon;
fourth. Lewis R. Banks, Portland,
Event 8 Gentlemen's firte
gaited saddle horses- First prize,
W. F. Turner, Portland; second,
G L. A. Lauer,. Seattle. Wash
ington; third, J. G. Von Herberg.
Seattle, Washington; fourth, Mrs.
C. Edward Grelle, Portland.
Event -9 Hunting Pairs
First Prize, Natt McDougall of
Portland, second. Dr. and Mrs. J.
H. Held, Portland; third, Dr. and
Mrs. J. H. Held, Portland; fourth,
Mr. Aaron M. Frank, Portland.
There are 986 schools in New
England using motor bases for the
transportation of children.
Is It In Good Repair?
All minor repairs
should have imme
diate and careful at
tention in order to get
the ' beBt service out
of your bicycle. Bring
your work to us.
We pay special attention to
the small details in
This Week Only
With a Display of Factory
Models dnd Coveringrs for
Overstuffed Davenports; and
Delivered in Salem at Factory Prices on easy
terms to suit you It's your oportunit jf to have
Overstuffed Furniture built expressly for you
and covered exactly as vtni "want itat a'saving"
of all middlemen's profits. - "; : n -:
"The Mayson label on the OUTSIDE
Insures the . quality on the . INSIDE
Note the Salem Location
Factory at 5606 Foster Road, Portland, Ore.
244 N. High St.
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Commencing September 2tO Silver Gray Motor Coaches '
of the very latest desiirn. -ofjcratod bv th Sauthrn PAfn
Motor TrajuponXk). over jrincip4a hi?hytfOr I
supplement Southern Pacific train service. i - Mv I
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train service so.tliAt Southern Pacific rail and highway
service will torovide fast, comfortable and convenient
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