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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Tluirsday Morning, May 16, 1929
KLEIN TELLS OF
Delegate From Salem Gives
Account of Meeting at
Th International spirit was
predominant at the Rotary dis
trict eonrention at Vaneourer. B.
C. last week. It wu declared by
Roy A. Klein, one of the Salem
Rotary club delegates, in a report
on the eonrention at Wednesday
One of the outstanding erenta
of the eonrention was a ceremony
at the Harding memorial, erected
In commemoration of President
Harding's address on International
friendship at Vancouyer. Just a
few days before his death. Mr.
JClein Teported that 1S04 Rotar
lana attended the eonrention. a
record number, and predicted that
in the near fntnre. these meetings
woald be restricted to elected del.
egates, as few cities would be able
to entertain so large a crowd.
The address at Wednesday's
luncheon was 'dellrered by Dr.
Norman K. Tnlly, pastor of the
Presbyterian church, on the sub
ject of "Rotary Education"
Education, he said. via 'the en
largement of personality, and Ro
tary contributes to the education
ot its members in numerous ways.
Rotary, he added, is "a Jackscrew
under the community." Projects
In which it might profitably take
a hand, he suggested, are the ob
taining of a better water supply
and a better lighting system in
BELLAMY TRIAL IS
REAL MYSTERY FILM
"I feel aa though I have just
This was TLeatrice Joy's enthu
siastic greeting; when she reported
at the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer stu
dios to make her debut as a free
lance Btar in "The Bellamy Trial,"
the dramatic murder mystery
film, which is the current screen
attraction at the KJsinore theatre.
The "Bellamy Trial" Is the first
fflm Miss Joy has made on the
M-G-M lot for five years. But
previous to that time she was a
well-known figure at those studi
os. Her early appearances in
films wer? made there and it was
those filnu xrtch elevated her to
Thursday brings another Fan
chon Marco rafiety show to the
ELsinore with many well known
entertainers said to be one of the
best bills seen here in some time.
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MONMOUTH. May 15. Mon
mouth, grange meeting Saturday!
was well attended and a dinner
was served at noon to a large as
semblage. J: R. Beck, Polk county
agent, was a speaker at the morn
The afternoon session was prin-
eipally occupied in presenting a
r play. "How the Story Grew." This
humorous effort was produced by
the ladies of the home economics
club jjs their program entertain,
roent number for this quarter.
Those participating were Mes
dames & H. Parker, Yelma Smith,
Lyman Parker. J. L. Van Loan.
A. M. Arant. R. B. Swanson and
Miss Alice Bntler. Following the
play a "kitchen band." rendered
"Marching Through Georgia" and
"Tankee Doodle" and took an en-
cere on the final number.
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'SHOW BOAT' WELL
Kipling notwithstanding, the
east and the west hare met on
common ground as far as an opln
ion on "Show Boat," million dol
lar version of Edna Ferber's nov
el, is concerned.
Patrons of Bllgh's Capitol the
atre, where "Show Boat" is now
playing to capacity houses, con
cur with the critics of New York
in that this trtxteen reel, two and
a half hour road show version of
the story is a great singing, talk
ing, musical production.
While. New York is paying two
dollars a seat to see the same at
traction, Salem, through a clause
in the contracted negotiated by
Frank Bligh with Carl Laenunle.
president of Universal, la seeing
"Show Boat" at the usual Capitol
Laura La Plante plays Magno
lia in "Show Boat." while Joseph
8chlldkraut is Ravenal, her lover.
Emily Fltzroy plays . Patricia
Hawks, while Otis Harlan is en
trusted with the role of the cap
tain of the Show Boat. Alma Reu
bens Is Julie; Neeley Edwards is
Schultze. and little Jane La Yerne
plays Kim and Magnolia aa at
Since the elimination of 'the
parade with the larger clrauee,
elephants have plenty of time to
assist In doing the chores such
as carrying in the trunks to the
dressing rooms, mowing grass,
distributing th feed around to
the other animals, and rolling in
the huge tubs upon which they
later perform. Elephants are will
ing workers, and once they be
come accustomed to the task
they go about it dally cheerfully!
Clrcns day for Salem Is Saturday.
Boys? Chorus To
Meet Thursday At
"Y" For Practice
All members and helper of the
Salem Boys Chorus are requested
to meet promptly at 7 o'clock
Thursday night at the Y. for a re
hearsal. A concert Is to be gir
en at Monmouth Sunday. May 19
and the boys are urged to be pres
ent and make this concert a sue
Sealed bids will be reoeired by
the County Court ot Marlon Coun
ty, Oregon, up to 1 o'clock p.m
on Saturday. May 18. 1129. for
hauling 6,000 or more cubic yards
of gravel from the bunkers at the
Whlteman Bar In Section IS la
T. 9 a. r. S W.
Specifications may be seen at
U. 0. BOYER, County Clerk.
Is Put On Board
P. W. Janney of Portland was
appointed Wednesday by Governor
Patterson, a member of the state
board of accountancy, to succeed
A. J. Tourtellotte. resigned. A. R
Sawtelle of Portland was reap
pointed a member of the board
for a term of four years. Dr. L.
S. Besson of Portland was appoint
ed a member of the state board of
Stephen G, Smith of Portland
was reappointed a member of the
board of child labor Inspectors.
His term will expire May 21, 1934.
The Inventors Sales L Service
company, with headquarters in
Portland and capital stock of $50.
000, has been incorporated by
Fern Cornell. Lena Yldan and
Mildred Vidan. Other articles
filed in the state corporation de
partment here today follow:
K. and M. Signal company,
Portland (1000 shares no ntr r-
lue): T7 A. Kane, D. W. Marsh
and John A. Lee.
Young.Hartman company. Port-
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fiv, oiiicu Ci. x Bung, u
Martin O. Kurts and W. Y. Masi
Now in Circus
The big show clown's, with rep
utations as topnotch funsters,
have formed a club on the Al. O.
Barnes Circus, coming to Salem,
Saturday, May 18, and no clown,
who is without acknowledged
merit, may belong.
The Idea is that managers, de
siring truly funny Merry Andrews,
will know that they may be found
on the Al. G. Barnes "Joey" list,
although no elown in the club will
leave his show during the regular
season. The club Is, In a way, a
union, but it deals only In merit.
No "dub" will even get on the
rolls, say the fifty chalk-faced)
laugh provokers under the Al. O.
Barnes banners. To make this
good, none of the dozen apprentice
clowns on the show may join until
they hare conclusively proved
their worth to the satisfaction of
the show's manager and the gov
erning committee of the Oxide
club, for that is its name.
Free circus tickets for boy or
girl under 16 just secure one new
three month subscription to The
HOP TRAINING BEGINS
AUBURN, May 15 Work has
begun tying twine and training
hops on the Lachmond ranch here,
with R'oy Hammer, manager. The
hops are doing well.
For any kind of Job Printing
Open to All
11 to 2 P. M.
Now under Management of
Dr. F. C. Jones
Examination Free, Crown and Bridge work $5 per tooth
Fillings fl up
' Painless Extraction $1
ft will pay you to investigate my work
and prices. I will save yoa money and
give you the best deatietry. '
AH Work Guaranteed
Dr. F.CJonos, Dentist
Upstairs Phone 2S60
Over Ladd and Bush Bank
Sealed bids will be received by
the County Court of Marion Coun
ty. Oregon, up to 1 o'clock p.m.
on Saturday, May It. 1921. for
hauling (,000 or more cubic yards
of gravel from the bunkers to be
erected on the right bank of the
Willamette Rirer just below the
Ferry at Independence or from
the bunkers on the left bank of
the River at Independence.
Specifications may.be seen at
U. G, BOTER, County Clerk.
- MATINEE '
Morning at 10 A. M.
Also .Featnre Pictwe aad
; comedy , ,
Best Shews Saem Haa Ever Had!
To Capacity Crowds
Shows Start at S:00 - 4:23 - 7:00 - 0:25
Attend Matinee and avoid the Evening Crowds I
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Ziegfeld Stars Singing the Hit from the Musical Comedy.
Guest Tickets aad Passes Entirely Suspended daring this
Road Show Engagement.
Metropolitan Store Will
Stage Informal Opening
In Salem Friday Evening
Informal opening for the Met
ropolitan Chain Stores, Inc., will
be held Friday night from T to 10
o'clock, with the management and
clerical staff on hand to welcome
townspeople to Salem's newest
"flre, tea and fUteen." C. C
Huffman of Portland is manager
ot the new store, which Is occupy
ing the old Cosmopolitan building
at 148 North Liberty street Mu
sic furnished by a local orchestra
will be heard from t to 9 o'clock
the opening night, aad flower fa
vors will be given to each woman
present and balloons hart been
provided for the kiddies.
The store building has been ro
tated, new tables made for the
merchandise, woodwork revar
nished, a aew lighting system in
stalled, basement facilities In-
FULL HOUSE' WILL
BE PUYEO FRIDAV
-A Full House,". a rollicking
three-act comedy which keeps
playgoers merry for nearly two
hvurs.. Is booked for nreaentailon
Friday night at the senior high
scnooi as the last production of
the school year. The senior class
Is staging the slay. Mlaa Leah
Ross is coach.
creased for the handling of goods
and the office renovated. A force
ot 15 girls and seren men hare
been busy far sereral days mark
ing and laying out goods, decorat
ing shelves and placing plaques.
Mr. Huffman stated Wednesday
that the store will be open tor
business Saturday, but will not
feature any "specials,- but alms to
give the public an Insight Into the
everyday ralnes to be obtained
there. The store la connected
with the C .M. S. buying syndicate
in the east, which represents more
than, a thousand stores, aad
through this la able to offer qual
ity merchandise at the lowest pos
sible price, Mr .Huffman says. W.
O. Robertson, also of Portland. Is
assistant manager of the store
here the second the chain has
opened in Oregon.
The nsw establishment will
hire local girls and men for all
departments, and to begin witb
the following regular clerks will
greet the purchaser: Evelyn Loo
mis. Hazel Daue, Erna Batterman,
Jennie Mlnto, Beulah Macnamara,
Ada Williams. Lorena McClaln,
Carol Reynolds, Mildred Manning,
Mamie Hillman, Blanche Weath
ers, Vivian Feddern, Rhea Fuller,
Hattle Wlnkenwelder, Bessie No
land and Marjorle Johnson. Doris
Snos Is bookkeeper and men who
will be employed regularly include
W. O. Robertson, N. D. Buell and
J. A. Macnamara.
GERTRUDE HYTJES TO
BE BURIED I
Funeral services will be held
this morning at the Mt. Angel un
dertaking parlors for little Ger
trude Hynes, two, who was found
dead by her mother in the barn
yard of their home near Hazel
Green, where the little girl was
trampled to death late Monday by
Mrs. Hynes had gone out to
plant garden while her husband
was plowing. The little girl play
ing nearby, disappeared for a
time and when her mother's cries
were nnanswered, search rerealed
that the tot had crawled through
the fenee and Into the lot where
the horses were kept.
Gertrude was the only daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Hynes who hare
lived on the farm near Hazel
Green for four ycarr.
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