The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, February 04, 1928, Page 2, Image 2

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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON. SATURDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 4. 1923
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SIDELIGHTS OF THE
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ELMO WHITE IS
Capitol Theater
12 The Singer Stock company will
presetft the laugh producer
,:Rooms for Rent" tonight at the
Bllgh's Capitol theater. The fun
begins when Mltzi Lainarr. fresh
Maria sure keeps a hawk eye over
Henry, but Mlse Mack, who por
trays a passing vaudeville artist
fixes up a date with the erring
Henry. The Capitol theater fans
know how Miss Lowell could taan-
from anma hick town In Michigan '" a situation like this. Henry
ifarrives In the "seething" city of wishes he hadn't made that date.
Chicago. Bozo, known off the! You will hear eome eatchy music
; stage as Glen Singer, casts his op-;
Ctica on the fair damsel, then shifts
Slato high gear. Things start to
,mre rather quickly. Dolores;
f'T rmr. an4 Hiiir llivan nlav th'.
Iroles. husband and wife. Yes jing in Salem
mm advice
Physicians Well Qualified To
Direct Safe Use of Cap
ital, Declared
and see a varied lrae of new daace
steps. The players have appeared
at the Canitol theater for some
months and now have a big follow
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I0REG0N STATESMAN
AUTO CONTEST
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List of Candidates
Received, Noon ,
Thurs.,Feb 2
The Hut of nominations inrludrs tliose
inin received up to noon Kriday
'! rate a shown da ':
iiide all col'i earned, a suWrijM ions
r subject to varif iratiuu.
Distrirt Na. 1, Oiry of Salem:
Dorothy Adolph
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j ' -ra Aldorin
j. 'r. Lucille Allison
' jxol Anderson
I' .-a. Arnold
bert Baker
inn ttarhaui
. E. Barton
(: 's Batterman
xk Beatbv
Kium
una Bufink
in. Hessie Bounay
arl Rutin
is Birrrfj
ita Cartt t .
ella Cartar 1
ssv la. Oatflsey
reta Otamherlain
. W. Cbalfiald
nna Cherin
"j a Cherin
'larle 'lajeclt
i Walter Cltue
fti B. Cooley
me Croaa
arie C'urominga
vira. .. C. Curtis
r. H T.. DonalJion
m Down a
rin Duerkaon
iurut)iy Kastridga
lr. ('ha. Edison
tr. Klliott
Martha Enpy
ftalph Eyra
.fr. Ann furjusoo
"dith Ktndler
o Kiehert
..eon a Fasl
larenea Fait
Marie Fantridge
Mr. Leo Oronke
oward Gray
:n:leh Graham
Eva 6o(f
Kei n ce Oodaer
Kuaaall Gentry
Martin Heifer
F.ldora Oardner
HuBiito Hamilton
Bart Halaath
Ha rah HaWoraen
Eat her Hanson
Wi'bnr Harm
Ctvde Harman
U. John Hawk
K.itli Haiettoa
ftt.h Haadruk.on
1m-a Hunea
I.orama Hogg
Ea'.ma Hoodeohyde
M r. C. Hoogarhyde
Wra Marietta Hoy
Krtiie Hutcheon
Mrs Frank Hutrninson
.inseph Johnson
Urn Ruth Jobninn
Kwl.ert Km far
Mr. K. Klaw.on
Kbar Ktac
I Maurice Kalaey
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Finreaca Karat
! Fid' Kaalar
lw-ot!ir Kalloff
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musicians and surgeons are
best qualified to fire Impartial
advice ' on inrestments. Elmo 8
White, president of the American
Fidelity InTestment company, told
Salem realtors at the luncheon
Thursday.
"These men. while making
money In their profession, as they
are jnstty entitled to do, serve the
public's , weal In a way that is
highly commendable," said White.
"Rare Indeed Is the case where
any reputable physician or surgeon
allows thonghts of his own gain
to enter Into the advice given by
him."
Bankers -and lawyers, too, are
seldom influenced by personal
gain In giving advice to clients.
"Persons about to invest their
funds should seek impartial expert
advice,? Mr. White said.' "There
is so much impartial advice that Is
not expert and so much expert ad
vice Jthat Is not Impartial, that
great" care and some initiative is
needed on the part of the Investor.
There is no means by which re
bponslbiiity for the safety .of an
investor's funds can be utterly
thrown upon some one else."
Mr White said the Oregon state
corporation department was effi
cient and dependable, but in the
very nature of things could not
supervise all investment offerings
made throughout the state.
Mr. White praised the invest
ment trusts, which are financial
Institutions organized to make it
the smal Hnvestor. to obtain a
possible for the inve3tor. especially
high degree of safety in and high
return upon his investment by
pooling his funds with the funds
of other investors In order to take
advantage of the principal of di
versification and to secure the ser
v1ceaof Investment experts.
NOW YOU TELL ONE
PAVING GRAVEL, SAND
BIDS WILL BE SOUGHT
(Continued from pagn 1)
Summer streets was redressed, and
three inch pavement laid on the
river road.
The regular paving season will
get under way about April 1. No
new equipment will be purchased,
as it is felt that the present mach-
nes can carry on the work as rap
idly as needed.
Cause I flow Yexir Ago
Last year, the awarding of a
contract for the sand and gravel
was no tame process. The first lot
of bids received by the council
was rejected on the technical
round that certified checks had
not accompanied the offers. Since
ihis had not been a requirement
on previous occasions, however.
there were charges of other rea
sons why the bids were rejected
uy the council, one being that a
Salem firm had not been the low
bidder.
At a subsequent meeting, new
bids were offered, and this time
the Salem Sand and Gravel com
pany gave the lowest figures and
was awarded the contract.
Failure to accept the former
Portland bid of 95 cents for gravel
and $1.45 for sand, as against the
Salem bid of $1.50, and $10. Is
said to have lost the city $11,000.
Aldermen Patton, Purvlne, and
Engstrom made a vigorous protest
against rejecting the bids, but lost
the vote 5 to 6.
Portland firms will bid again
this year, it Is said, despite the
fact that local firms have corraled
a number of choice leases.
GREEN
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Yes All Green
. i Here
FEBRUARY 10
Watch .
y for It
WLLXIAM BOYD: I thought this dugout was cootie proor.
LOUIS WOLHEIM: It I: I've got the proof all over me.
wuiiam Rnvri niAva the millionaire buck brlvate In "Two
Arabian Knights." the screaming war comedy which comes to the
Elstnore Theater next Tuesday; Louie Wolhetm plays the hardboiled
First Sergeant. Mary Astor plays a bewitching Arabian princess
with whom both men fall violently in love after they escape from
an eafmy prison camp, and Is the Inspiration for their thrilling and
ludicrous adventures.
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All IDS
47TH HH1I
Sunday Will See Special Ob
servance At Many Eve
ning Church Services
The world-wide Christian En
deavor movement of young peo
ple Is observing for eight days of
this week the 47th anniversary of
the founding of the first young
people's society. The ChrlstlaiuEn-
WAll STREET PANIC
WIPES OUT BILLION
IF
REVIEWS OF "UE
OF til" OFFERED
Winner of Contest Will Be
Announced Tomorrow;
Many Praise Play
Increase In Rediscount
Rates Causes Many Stock
Prices To Topple
Following are some of the re
views of "Helen of Troy" submit
ted by local amateur critics In
the contest conducted by The
Statesman. The winners will be
announced tomorow morning, and
the winning review publrsired.
The picture "Helen of Troy"
running at the Elstnore, In which
Marie Corda. the beautiful Eu
ropean actress, makes her Ameri
ca ndebut as a movie star. Is well
worth going to see.
The play follows as closely as
possible the story as written. It
has been presented In a different
light than had been expected,
however. In that, while it relates
to ancient history, the sub-tlUen
are of an up-to-date nature and
furnish many a laugh, and. again.
I would say that the play sup
ports the sub-titles in place of the
sub-titles supporting the picture.
The characers of Moneulos
(Lewis Stone) and Paris (Ricardo
Cortes) are equally well played.
So far In fact, that if one Is able
to cast aside the sub-titles In his
mind, it is possible to vlstiallze
the play as It was probably ac
tually enacted in real life.
NEW YORK. Feb. 3 (AP)
The stock market went into a nose
dive today as a result of the un
expected Increase in the federal
reserve bank rediscount rate de
spite the strenuous efforts of
deavor organization, which has speculators for the advance to
ESTIMATE FIRE LOSS
NEAR FIFTEEN MILLION
(Continued from page 1)
similar business establishments
wiped out or so badly damaged
that It may be some time before
they will operate at normal.
Many hundreds of persons oat
ot employment.
Offers of assistance in the work
of rehabilitation reached the city
today from many sources. Includ
ing the Red Cross. Due to the
fact that the residential district
was unscathed, there was little
need for other than temporary
aid to help In restoring business
ictivitles and this came in the
form of funds to enable the banke
whose buildings were destroyed to
resume operations.
No one was able tonight to pre
dict what the effect might be up
on the industries and business ac
tivities of Ihe community, al
though all admitted there would
be many concerns which probably
would be unable to reeume and
others which would be seriously
erippled. j
Approximately 2,000 persons
were thrown out of work, It was
estimated, and as many of them
were stenographers, clerks and
office employes, there was a pros
pect of a conelderable period of
dlenee.
Although streets in the center
of the burned area remained Im
passible tonight, blocked by ice
coated piles of bricks, twisted steel
and other debris, order was mak-j
ing Its appearance In the confu
sion. Along the fringe of the
district, the pavements had been
cleared and city officials predicted
a m a 1
that communications wouia oe
largely restored before tomorrow
night. . J
The cause of the fire remainea
undetermined tonight, although it
i believed to have started In
the boiler room of number 2 mill
of the Pocassett Manufacturing
ompany.
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INDEPENDENCE PLEA
SENT BY PORTO RICO
(Continaed from page I)
onel Llndbergb. welcome io mo
only place under the shadow of
rtld rlorr where the discoverer
ever set foot! Welcome worthy son
of the American eagle! Welcome,
lone eagle!
'The good wishes of Porto Rico
will go with you to the land of the
brave and the free and to your
country and to your people and
will convey a message or Porto
Rico not tar different from Ihe cry
of Patrick Henry 'Lioeny or
death.' It is the same in sub
stance but with a difference Im
posed by the change of times and
conditions.
Saune Freedom Wasted
"The message ot Porto Rico to
your people is, grant os the free
dom that you enjoy, for which you
at mealed, which you worship.
which we deserve and which you
premised us. We ask the right to
a place in the sun ot this land of
ours, brightened byjthe stars of
your glorious- flag.
Somewhat - weary after 1 a t
Bight's ssjajeetlonsa-ihieh; kept him
up late,- Cione4 ETndDerg .arept
late this nroralng and it was not
until 10 o'clock that he began a
tour of the city" before, hie visit to
the legislature. Everywhere he
was greeted with enthusiasm.
Tomorrow the American good
will flier again will take .up his
tour which Is steadily carrying him
closer to the Pan-American confer
ence at Havana.
Tomorrow's hop will be to San
to Domingo. Just 2S0 miles across
the Mona Passage to the Domini
can republic. Here he will remain
until February . when he will
fly to Haiti and then on February
3 to Havana.
spread to 100 countries and-has an
active membership of 4,000,000,
began with one society ot 25 mem
bers, organized under the leader
ship ot Rev. Francis E. Clark. D.
D., In Portland, Maine. Dr. Clark
continued to head the growing or
ganization for nearly half a cen
tury. Shortly before Dr. Clark's
death and at the founder's urgent
request. Rev. Daniel A. Poling, D.
D.. of New York City, became pres
ident of the world-wide movement
In which for years he had been
prominent.
Thousands of churches of nu
merous Christian denominations
observed last Sunday denomina
tional day. with Christian Endea
vorers In charge of programs em
phasizing loyalty to church and
denomination. During this week,
meetings of the interdenomina
tional Christian Endeavor unions
in the cities and counties of the
United States and Canada are be
ing held, with addresses by the
young people and by former Chris
tian Endeavor members. It is es
timated that 20.000,000 members
of Christian churches have been
at some time enrolled In a Chris
tian Endeavor society. In many cit
ies former members still retain a
connection with the movement
through alumni fellowships.
On the closing day of Christian
Endeavor week, Sunday, Febru
ary 5, numerous churches will
hold a special evening service, in
which the Christian Endeavor so
cieties affiliated with the church
will present program based on
the present "Crusade with
Christ," a newly inaugurated
youth movement. The crusade is
designed to aid the causes ot
youth evangelism, world peace,
and Christian citizenship. Yor
people will deliver declamatlom
on these topics In the services of
February 5. and winners of such
declamation contests will be eli
gible for state and national ora
torical contests.' The general pur
pose of the observance will be to
focus attention on the world-wide
service program of the Christian
Endeavor societies, which also
have Important objectives for
loyalty and assistance in the pro
grams of their Individual
churches.
Now Is the time when Janitors
settle down for a long winter's
rest. Altoona Mirror.
FORM NEW SHIP FIRM
LONQVIEW. Wash.. Feb. 3.
(AP). The Longview Shipping
company, the first ship agent firm
here, ie being organized with John
Bell, Astoria,' as manager.
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iWk Kcnnett Comedy
News Event
send the general price level to a
new high altitude. Final quota
tions showed net losses of $10 to
S8 a share with a resultant re
duction of more than a billion dol
lars In the aggregate quoted value
of nearly 900 stocks.
A heavy accumulation of over
night selling orders, placed In the
belief that the higher bank rate
was intended as a direct warning
against a further (expansion In
speculative credit, sent opening
prices toppling $1 to $6. A lower
ing of the renewal rate on day to
day brokers' loans from to
4 per cent revived confidence
on the part of speculators for the
advance who staged a series of
bullish demonstrations which cut
down or eliminated many of the
earlier losses and sent about a
dozen issues $3 to nearly $9 above
yesterday's final quotations to new
high records. Traders launched
a series of vtcious selling attacks
which sent prices crashing again
to the lowest levels of the day
While several individual blocks
of stocks ranged from 300 to 14,
000 shares, the day's sales were
not unusually large, running Just
over 2.700.000 shares. In view
of the fact that the raising of the
New York bank's rate in January
1926. heralded the approach of
the drastic reaction In March of
that rear, the only serious inter
ruption to the "bull" market
which has been tinder way since
the spring of 1924, Wall street
was a bit panicky over the future
trend of stock prices
CHILEAN MOVTES CENSORED
SANTIAGO. Chile. Feb. 3.
(AP) The minister ot interior
baa decreed motion picture cen
sorship. Minora under fifteen
may see only movies of legends,
historical voyages and comedies
They must not be permitted to
view films portraying crimes or
love scenes.
"The Private Life of Helen of
Troy." a picturlzation of Ersklne's
famous novel Is now In Salem.
Lewis Stone as Menelaos. the be-
nnectacled klncr. almost steals t
laurels from Iarla Corda. WSo
gives an excellent Interpretation
of the title role. Helen is re
vealed as a Bmall town girl who
reallv knows her onions. Ricardo
Cortez as Paris, the city chleK
from the hi town, is sure to at
tract and hold all feminine eyes.
Tom O'Brien as AJax. brigadier-
general of marines, adds a great
deal to the enjoyment of a pic
ture which Is the very superlative
of entertainment.'
Ml
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E
ISIflE
SUNDAY
snririanlr. at the Elslnore to
morrow, a hush will come over the
audience. 8omehow, instinctively.
rusnni will know. For a moment
there will be utter silence. Then
be will atep forward.
Rubinl!
Of course you have heard of Ru-
bini and of Krelsler. Possibly you
have heard one or the other on
the concert stage. But tomorrow
and Monday, heading the Fanchon
and Marco bill at the Elstnore, Ru
binl the master, the artist, will
offer you something more, perhaps
than you would commonly get
from a great violinist.
Rublnl. of course, can hold you
with most any orrering wnicn
comes from his bow but In Salem
he has promised some favorites
which have delighted audiences lor
years. Among them will be num
bers with notes which sound tne
. a- AW rr
cry or tne iar norm u,
there will be the plaintive- tunes
of the southland. The management
is convinced that any person who
cares at all for music will be de
lighted with Rubinl.
Along with him on the bill
there will be Jimmy Ray. soft shoe
dancer; Helen Warner, Maxlne
Eveline, and Layton and Shirley.
rate and the sergeant who pro
vide the 1001 laughs, but fuuny
for the thousands who will wltti
it. WiUlam Boyd and Mary Ast-.r
are the leads.
And today's you last chance r
see "The Private Life of lieliu
of Troy."
Junior Business Girls
Dine Thursday Evening
"One thousand and one laughs"
Is what metropolitan critics have
termed "Two Arabian Knights"
which Is to show at the Elslnore
beginning February 7.
You know the sort of thing
which happens when one Charfes
Spencer Chaplin gets his fast com
edy working. Well, that's the sort
of thing that will be offered you
in "Two Arabian Knights."
Funny trouble. It Isn't possible?
Well, maybe not for the buck prl-
The Junior Business girl held
their regular o clock dinner at
their rooms In the YWCA Thurs
dayevening. During the business
meeting plans were worked out for
a paegant which the Portland and
Salem group will unite to put on
during a conference of the girls
which Is to be held March 10 and
11 at Centralla, Wash. All the
members present at the dinner will
attend the northern meeting.
, The advisor of the Junior Busi
ness girls is Miss Elizabeth Baker
of the Y. W. In addition to Miss
Baker, those present were: Eliza
beth Welch. Cloydlne Matthews.
Mildred Judson. Eileen Gilson.
Wllma Flnster, Florence Wattj.
Virginia Best. Ethel Mllburn. Bes
sie Tucker, Leila Park, Anona
Welch, Roxanna Zielle.
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of "Helen of Troy" was more than
successful as far as First National
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The work of the artists In com
bining ttie Colloquialisms and
ideas of this age with those JT
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sents very entertaining moments.
Maria Corda. as Helen. Is fas
cinating, charming, and fully
aware of her attractiveness as the
one who broke the heart of every
prince an3 even caused the wars.
The choosing of subtitles
presents fine humor for the
audience.
The settings were gorgeous, the
photography beautiful, and thei
cast as a whole was well chosen
NEW HATCHERY ASKED
WASHINGTON, Feb. 3. (AT)
A bill to establish a 150,000
fieh hatchery on the Rogue river,
in Oregon was Introduced in the
house today by Representative
Hawley. republican, Oregon.
BILL APPROVED
WASHINGTON. Feb. 3. (AP)
The Swing-Johnson Boulder
canyon bill was approved by the!
house Irrigation committee with
the proviso that it be not placed j
on the house calendar until March
15. Repreeentatlve Slnnott. Ore
gon, voted for the measure.
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