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.The New Oregon Statesman. Salm. Oregon. Sunday Morning, December 23, 1928
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Elaborate State Dinner Giv
en in Honor of U. S. Good
tor tne state tanner. There was
a' brilliant company of rnests, in
eluding diplomats and members of
the American, naval and the
French military missions to Bra
- ill. '
Tltfe Is Suggested
- By Brazil's President ' ;
- Greeting Mr. Hoover as a. friend
of humanity. President- Washing
ton Lois said:
H is undoubtedly a great rep
resentative of a great nation lie
possesses and has carried to a
very high degree, all the funds
mental qualities of his race, all
the virtues of the noble people to
whom he belongs."
After reviewing Mr. Hoover's
work in and since tbe war, the
. Brazilian president said with a
"Were it stlil permitted to con
cede titles, I would' demand for
Mr. Hoover that of "Friend of
Humanity," - the qualities of his
aspirations and of the Ideals
which have put' in evidence the
name of Hoover form a substra-
turn, a basis condition of that al
ready formed race, that already
constituted people, that already
organised nation in North Amer
ica which at this moment keeps
and maintains the highest type of
its political institutions are
original and splendid. They main
tain and develop all individual
rights and all public liberties.
.They powerfully confirm republic
democracy and give satisfaction
to our preset day anxieties and as
pirations." . i mfi EX2
If 70a could see how
the dust and dirt your
garments can absorb
m say three months
you would have them
cleaned more often.
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'Broken Wings? Is
Spoken Drama on
Stage Next Week
"The Broken Wing," which had
a phenomenal run on the spoken
stage In almost every large, city
of the English speaking world, is
an epic drama of tbe air. It will
bs presented on the Elsinore the
atre stage Thursday, Friday and
Saturday, together with the fea
ture picture, "Skirts," starring
Syd Chaplin. -
Charles E. Royal. bo made
such a hit by bis performance In
"LiombardI Ltd.." was the star
last season in "The-Broken Wing"
and .press and public were nnanl
mous in pronouncing his portray
al of Captain Innocencio. the
Mexican bandit, as a flneplece of
The scenes of "The Broken
Wing," are laid In the old adobe
tiouse of a Mexican rancho 160
miles south of the American, bor
aer. unique characters lend an
atmosphere that . permeates the
play. William Farrisa, who owns
tbe Manhattan Players and i
other company la Washington. Is
banding together tbe cast of both
companies to support Mr; Royal
in 'The Broken Wing."
Jack Holt Comes
On Elsinore Bill
Jack Holt is one of the few
western citizens who 'does not
mourn the passing of. "the old
days, tbe good old days, the days
or the Golden West."
Holt, having portrayed the hero
roles In a score of Zane Grey's
dramas, as filmed by Paramount
has come closer to the West than
most persons. In addition he has
reached, ridden range and pros
pected that part of the world inti
. Holt's newest screen j role la
that of a gambler, "Honest Jack
Dunton. In "Avalanche," which
the Elsinore theatre will show for
two days, starting today. Baclaflo-
va and Doris Hill are the other
Songs and Dance
Four Vitaphone vaudeville aets
are one of the big features on the
Capitol theater bill today that will
run all week.
"Chips off the old block" pre
wnts the children of the famous
Eddte. Fpy. famous comedian in
wngs and dances: Frank Richard.
Mottoes . .
Books and games for the
look orer our suggestions
. Ere. Dor. SftX
Agents h for Salem
son "The Joy - Boy of Song who
has entertained at the exclusive
Club Lido in New York, will offer
a varied modern program of tunes.
A great comedy act is that of
"Redmond and Wells" entitled
"The- Gyp" it is a satire on the
faking fortune teller. "Abbit of
Scotch". Is the title of the act pre.
sented by Kitty Doner, the. most
famous of , male Impersonators.
The feature picture a new Photo
phone production is "The Toilers"
syncronlzed with music and sound.
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wait uevelopments on the excise
tax and tbe contemplated Income
tax In California. "
The work of drafting a bill for
the Income tax was assigned to the
"fourth sub-committee" which
will meet Friday, December 28: In
a neanng wun ,1 nomas a. ay,
state treasurer, and other state of
The income tax Is one of the'
tea subjects which the commission
will recommend to the legislature.
and these ten subjects represent
14 points, or bills.'
What the legislature will do
with the recommendations Is not
evearcmotely determined. Among
the suggestions are topics fraught
with a much trouble as the in
come tax; for Instance, tbe propo
sal to add a one-cent gasoline as
a substitute for the millage for
state market roads, and the sub
stitution of a 1 usury sx for one
of the two mills for elementary
Fanchon & Marco
Idea at Elsinore
it is saia that comedians are a
&a lot eff stage. But it'sMW
wrong, according to Flo and Ollie
Walters who are featured In Fan
chon & Marco's "Stairway of
Dreams" Idea at the Elsinore the
atre, Christmas day.
"We're always happy." they
chorus, when Interviewed.
.The two comediennes, who will
bring many a chuckle of amuse
ment began their stage career
when they were kids in Los Ange.
les. playing in a stock company.
They have been featured in na
tional vaudeville circuits and have
fans In every city.
Colleen Moora In "Oh Km!"
will be shown in conjunction-with
the "Stairway of Dreams" idea
BLIGH'S CAPITOL I
Starts at 2 p.m.
Heights of Hsp
Sinktnr to At
Depths oi Terror R
SEE and HEAR
New Photophone .
Marvelous If asic Score and
' . . Sound Effect
THE FOY FAMILY
REDMOX A WELLS
KITT Y DONER, , ,
, XMAS SPECIAL
Free Cluistmas Show for
Kiddles Tuesday IO a.m.
jA sscssl ntoocrncai J J
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Coal Mines Epic
Full of Thrills .
On Capitol Bill
Their only chance of life! With
the flames creeping nearer-along
the tunnel and the foul gasses
from the explosion which had
trapped them like rats hundreds
of feet below the surface threat
ening them with death by asphyx
iation, the entombed miners : lie
gasping for breath, the darkness
relieved only by the tiny glow of
the one safety lamp, and listen to
the agonizingly distant drilling of
the rescue squad. -
: This is one 'of the climatic epi
sodes of "The Tollers," the Regi
nald Barker special production
featuring Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.,
and Jobyna Ralston, which Tlf-
fany-Stahl is -presenting today at
Bligh's Capitol theatre. It is
new pbotophone sound produc
tion, an epic of the coal mine, wl
all Its drama, the terror of i
disasters, and the love and tender-
as which can transform rough
men and women into veritable
H. G. Rosebaum is
New Assistant to
H. G. Rosebaum of San Fran
cisco arrived In Salem Friday to
become assistant to George D.
Guthrie in the management of the
Elsinore and Oregon theatres.
Mr. Rosebaum will relieve the
Salem theatre owner of some of
the many tasks In connection with
the operation of the two impor
tant show houses. He has had ex
tensive experience In theatrical
and motion picture enterprises and
was associated with the Para
mount organization for 11 years
Sunday - Monday
Toes. - Wed. - Thurs. rWf
The Mightieet Air
Spectacle of the Age
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University of Oregon. Eugene.
Dec. it (Special). Former stu
dents of the University of Oregon
in Salem will he urged to return
and complete work for a degree,
according to Qbs of . the greater
Oregon committee, for the Christ
mas vacation. Member of the
committee will Interview former
students all over Oregon and tell
them of new courses offered and
new plans which make entry at
the mid-year easier than former
Ed. Siegmund and John Creec'j
will have charge of the work In
Salem while William Dieslchnied
er. of McMinnville has charge of
all the work In Marion. Polk,
Yamhill and Lincoln counties. He
will be assisted throughout the
district by Den Aim, SHverton;
Ralph David, Woodburn, Bennie
Giesy, Aurora; Don Speer, Stay
ton; Richard Horn,- Falls City;
Augusta Gerlinger, Dallas; Wil
liam Baker, Independence: Fred
Caleg, Monmouth; Stan Laughlln,
Carlton; Dan Trulllnger, Yamhill.
Fred Hollenbeck, Newberg, and
Ruth Field, Sheridan.
Only- the higher type of stu
dents will be asked to return and
complete their course of study,
said Ronald Hubbs, Sllverton.
chairman of the committee.
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ON THE Cnnilav ond
Prise . fighters, gorgeous
beauties, a thousand and
tgsJjone fascinating figures go
fcs br in a picture that enter- .
tains to the very end.
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Gambler's sweetheart Jack Holt's
among tne taoies on wmcn us is staxea. Bacianovs in a col
orful Western role. The new Zane Orey melodrama with the
mighty, gripping climax. The Avalanche!
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Seattle Man is
Xhosen Bead of
i Albany College
PORTLAND, Ore., Dec, 21.
(AP) Dr. Thomas W. Bibb f
Seattle was elected president of
Albany College, Albany, Ore., here
Friday at a special meeting of the
board of. trustees. Dr. Bibb will
begin his service on Jan. 1. and
the Inaugural service is expected
to be held before the close of
school In June.
Dr. Greene, former president. Is
now president of Parsons college
In Fairfield, Iowa.
Dr. Bibb is 44 years old and
has been engaged in school work
on the coast for twenty years. He
was superintendent of schools
In Grays Harbor county and later
was made head of the depart
ment of chemistry at Ellensburgh
normal school. He was later made
dean of men at the same Istitu
New Year's Frolic
Get Tickets Now!
One of the most laugh
able comedies of the
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ROSEDALE. Ore.. Dec 22.
(Special) Charles Seals
Qlen. Rinard. students attending
Pacific college, will begin a series
of revival services at the Rosedale
Friends church on Sunday. The
Rev. A. J. Haldy, pastor, reports
that these young men are capable
and interesting speakers, and
tends an Invitation to the public
to attend the meetings. .
"Christmas" will be the subject
of the morning sermon at the First
A 5 -Acre English Walnut
Tract for $1500!
Only $300 Down and
Read Every Detail of
This Remarkable Of fer:
80 acres of the Twin-Maple fruit and poul
try farm, 8 miles east of Salem is to be
divided into 5 acre tracts and the entire
tract will be planted to English (Fran
For SIX tEARS t'he pntlnr will be cared
for and a cover crop put in annually.
At the end of six years, the purchaser
takes entire possession of the tract and
receives the bearing orchard.
O. S. C. authorities find good soil on the
tract, assuring favorable conditions for an
Joe Doerfler, tree planting authority, will
furnish the trees and do the planting.
Tracts will be sold for '$1500.00; $300.00
down and $200.00 annually with interest at
Rich L. Reimann
219 North High Street
You only have One More Day to shop before
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United Brethern church today, an
nounces the pastor, A. S. Hender
son. At. t.'SO o'clock tonight tha
Christian Endeavor society will
present a cantata entitled "Christ
mas." . Regular mid-week prayer
services will be held Wednesday
night, beginning at 7 o'clock.
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