The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, October 13, 1929, Page 2, Image 2

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The OREGON STATESMAN. Salem. Oregon, Sunday Morning, October 13, 1929
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Fanchon and Uarco Bifl at
Fox Elsinore Declared
Artistic Triumph
r .Marguerite Warner wfao does
a Interaretatlre daece ot the
"Pagan Lore Song" in the Fan
caon and Marco bill at the Tox
Elsinore today presents an exqui
site bit of artistry which dene
description. The dance Is brief,
bat so brilliant, so flbrant that
It leates one tingling fairly in
toxlcated with tbe pagan Joy ct
it. It will be Interesting to tol
low future derelopments of this
yonne dancer.
The Idea for the Fanchon and
Marco production this week la
annsnally pretty and graceful.
There are no large choru:es but
that which Is presented appears
to be selected. Its dancing is good
and the color effects are delight
' Roberto Guzman and , Sherry
LouUe introduce in solo tfnd duct I
me ieaiures, eacn ot wmca
Interpretative song "Char
maine." "Ton Were Meant for
Me,- "Sweetheart." "Am I Blue,"
and the "Pagan Lore Song."
Everets and Lowry in their In
terpretation of "Sweetheart" are
beautifully effective, Lucille Iver.
son's kicks have not been mis
quoted, and Billy Radall per
forms a real feat by playing a vio
lin very veil and doins a feature
dance at tbe same time.
(Continued from Pago t.)
would Insist upon practical rather
than theoretical investigations.
Miller said he doubted the wisdom
f soliciting the serriees ot Ore
gon educators in connection with
the reorganization of the state ed
ucation al department. McPherson
assured Miller that independent
educators would assist in this in
vestigation. The offer of the var
ious educational institutions to as
sist in the general investigations
was accepted by the commission.
No definite conclusion was
reached relative to a suggestion
that a . so-called commonwealth
council be held at tbe University
of Oregon late in March to study
the reorganization program. In
ease- such a conference is held
Frank Lowden, ex-governor ot Il
linois, will bo Invited to attend.
There also would be invited to IhU
conference representatives of the
national institute of public admin
istration and an expert from the
Rockefeller Foundation.
Members of the interim com
mission said the nature of the
commonwealth conference would
require that it be open to every
one desirous of participating. En
emies of the reorganization would
be welcome the same as its friends
it was said.
It was agreed at today's meet
ing of the interim commission
that the various investigations
that will be necessary In compil
ing an Intelligent and workable
report, shall bo parceled out to
Various experts whether they be
connected with educational insti
tutions or in private lite. From
all of these findings the coramis-.
sion will sift out the most feas
ible plan which will be incorpor
ated into its report to the legis
lature. It is lfkely that officially rec
ognized delegates from statewide
organizations will be invited to
attend future meetings of the in
terim, commission.
Members ot the Interim com
mission are Senators Upton and
Miller and Representatives Nor
ton and McPherson. John Carkln
nginaiiy was appointed a mem
ber of the commission from the
louse, but he is no longer a mem
ber or. me. legislature j
- An effort will be made to file
the,, final report of the Interim
committee with the secretary ot
state pj uarch 1 of next year.
(Continued from JPage 1.)
. Music teachers were caught ua
wares with the new high school
schedule, they stated, adding that
while it win be possible to make
tome adjustments, an students
eannot . be accommodated after
school or in the first hour, either
morning or afternoon, , of the
school periods. Teachers - have
heretofore had little difficulty In
the matter of arranging schedules,
and therefore feel that It such a
change be made at aU, they should
have had forewarning, or at least
opportunity to adjust themselves
before fall classes start.
- Miss Melton, in appearing .be
fore Mr. Tavenaer, said statement
from the high school principal
that Willamette would not accept
high ' school musla credits oa en
trance was Incorrect.
Noee of the raesie teachera was
prepared te say last night just
what step they would take next, U
ny. :- ;.. A:z'r : '- -sri
Sir Harry "Lauder, who comes
to the Fox Elsinore Monday Oct.
. t v following world tour that
lias covered : period ct three
years Is responsible r . many
fcemely bite of philosophy. Here
ere unfair f themi- ...$;".
"God, work, home and a kindly
aelghbor ever the , garden wall
are the only things in life really
Service Commission Sends
Representatives South to
Observe Railway
W. -.? Iplts, counsel, and Her
bert H. Hanser, secretary of the
Oregon Public 8errlce eommls
bioa, left last night for Saif Fran
cisco where they will represent
the commission at the hearings et
the proposed Idaho-Pacific rail
road, planned to connect Kyssa,
Oregon with Winnemucca, Nera
da They do not go- to take aides
one way or the other but to ob
serve and to intervene if neces
sary for the preteeloo, of Ore
gon's, transportation interests. The
Oregon commission: is particularly
concerned over the possible effect
of the proposed road on the cross
state railway project -which was
aoproYed by Commissioner Mc
Manany of the Interstate commerce
The San Francisco hearing on
the Kyssa-Wlnnemucea cut-off
will be before Director Mehaffy of
the finance bureau of the inter
state commerce commission. At
this bearing the sponsors ot the
road will be called on to disclose
tke'tf backing.
Mr. Ellis returned last week
peafe, coanseI two lmDor
rrora was&mgton where be ap-
tant cases. On Seotember t5. he
argned the case for the Western
Oregon Traffie association against
the Southern Pacific's proposed
extension of violations of tbe
fourth section of the commerce
act. This is popularly known sb the
long and short haul case. The
railroad seeks to establish even
lower rates' between San Francis
co and Portland and Seattle at the
expense of the intermediate points
whose rates are much higher. The
railroad contends for the lower
port-to-port rate to meet boat
I competition. Mr. Ellis for the cit-
;ics from Salem to Ashland can
tended tot letter-' rates to lhe; in-
termedlate points because ot the
snorter distance.
worth while."
"I wonld rather bring happi
ness to tne world by affection than
hell by affliction."
"Thrif tlness is not a habit with
the Scotch, it is a gift."
"Debt is a villain; never let
hm associate with you."
"Half the world is on the wrong
track for happiness; too much
self and not enough service Is the
"A friendly word spoken in a
quiet way never misses the mark."
"Get enthused with big things
instead of infused over little
"This old world needs more
"In all my travels, three times
around the world, I never met a
successful man who limited his
working Iioure."
"Ever since the Great War I
have been preaching brotherly
love in my songs. I will never
stop preaching It. For if one can
reach the hearts of the people
with a song, and cheer them with
Its uplifting music, it la a step to
ward the remedy that can cure
even sick nations."
Sir Harry will present a pro
gram of new and old songs. A
big company of European and
American entertainers are associ
ated with him on the program.
"Hottentot" spells an "invite
tion to the Salem Hunt club to
come and see." It spells Just as
much of a "come and see" invita
tion to the man or woman who
does not like horses. Both -groups
will find complete and unadulter
ated satisfaction in the interpre
tation of "horses" as it is given
by Patsy Hutu Miller and Edward
Everett Horton.
The picture which Is showing
at Bligh's Capitol beginning to
day, shows a small set,et folk
who think, live and play "horses
They are for the most bart dressed
in riding togs and their conversa
tion centers about horses and rid
ing. Some Very lovely mounts as
well as some amusing ' ones are
shown, and there is some glimpses
ot steeple chase riding that makes
the observer's hair rise. There
are also some fine Jump scenes all
ot which goes to make the horse-
lover contented.
. . But tor htm who does not like
horses or him who wants to be
amused there Is Edward Everett
Horton. He is so naturally amus
ing and his lines are so very wit
ty that he quite .dominates the
It is one of those moralle&t pic
tures that has quite sufficient rea
son lor its existence la Its own
good fund.
- The comedies that go with this
picture as features are also seek
as encourage some good laughs.
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IS me
While the commission did not
indicate what their findings would
be Mr. Ellis expressed himself as
'extremely heeefel ef victory
for .the cities. Already the roads
nave .made cats in ,the sugar
freight , rates between San Fran
cisco and Ashland. Medford and
Grants - Pass, also reductions on
outbound fruit,
Mr. Ellis In his closing argu
ment urged the commission to
give protection to the Interior cit
ies whlck were wholly dependent
on the roads. Also he urged that
a favorable ruling to these cities
would Insure to the benefit of the
roads themselves because It would
stop their going after low-profit
port-to-port business and buildup
the interior communities' where
where they had the exclusive
Another discovery which Mr. El
lis made aad presented to the com
mission in the case was that' the
disparities between Intermediate
and port cities had never been au
thorized by the commission. In
other words he presented to the
commission the disclosures that
the existing commodity rates be
tween San Francisco and Portland
for instance had never been ap
proved or ordered by the commis
sion. The commission did permit
modifications of commodity rates
provided that disparity was no
greater than the class rates. The
road however announced com mod
ity rates for the port-to-port
freight but not to the interme
diate points, thus evading the
ur. muiB aiso appeared at a
hearing under the Hoch-Smfth
resolution under which the com
mission is investigating livestock
and grain freight rates., Mr. Ellis
for Oregon shippers urged thai ne
increase be made-in the rates from
Oregon to Chicago markets on
live stock, in order to maintain
competitive marketing and to give
the Oregon stockmen access to the
big markets in Chicago. Omaha
and other great packing centers.
on his return from San Fran
Cisco. 3Ir. Ellis will have to make
a trip to Washington t o anneax
October 30th in the final hearing
oeiore the commission on the oro-
posea cross-state read project.
commissioner McMananv recom
mended that the Union Pacific be
directed to construct the line; and
this question will be argued at the
(Continued from Page 1.)
there was no nse trying to say
anything original on a subject so
well known and about which so
much has been said.
"I'm tremendously impressed
with the western type of men. T
really am." Editor Graeve confid
ed, "for there is about them so
much less of pretense; they are
more simple in the finer sense and
so direct." In Los Angeles and San
Francisco he found this less true.
for in those -two cities the eastern
life is fast permeating, he found.
The visitor was for three years
editor of the Cosmopolitan maga
zine before going to the Delineator
and prior to that he was with Har
per's Bazaar and Collier's.
Allen, McKinney
Win at Bowling
Allen and McKinney defeated
Woodruff and DeMerrltt In a five
game doubles match on the Win
ter Garden bowling alleys Satur
day night, by a score of 1737 to
1703, the latter score Including a
50 pin handicap.
Allen scored high average, 177,
the others ranking as follows: De
Merrltt, 171, McKinne 170,
Woodruff 155.
The Reo Flying Clouds, local
City league team, lost a three
game match to an all-star Port
land team on the Recreation alleys
in that city Saturday night." - The
local team's score was 2818,
about 100 below that of Its op
ponents. '
An-Talkto Comedy
See aad leer this screamingly
hilarious ' CJomedy "of. a youa
cowple Tfto cowldn't yet mXbm
' ' buxtiat isiasrca
Edward Everett Eortoa ta
JlAVVA ' 4 r
Committee Arranges Expen
ditures Within Six Per
Cent Limitation
4 CConthraad pmm Page I.)
In the firedepartmeut hudget is
alee explained by the two mill le
vy cor tnat purpose, end rive pro
tection is expected to cost a- total
Committee XJste
Individual Items
Items la the budget are as fol
lows: -. .
Recorder's salary. S240Q;
clerk and stenographer hire.
$2400; treasurer. $2400; city at
torney, 91825; street commission
er, $1200; marshal, $1800; chair
man board of censors, $600; po
lice matron, $1,320,' salaries po
lice department, $30,900; expense
police department, $8,880; ex
pens eclty Jail, $1,190.
Marion county health unit.
$8000; sanitary Inspector, $2100;i
fire department salaries, 137,580;
expense fire department, $4200;
engineering department, $1700:
public buildings, $2835; fnel city
hall, $808; comfort station.
Public library, $12,970; light
ing, $29,000; public parks, $501$;
playgrounds, $1200; printing.
$300; incidental expense, $1,-
792.50: street cleaning, $14,498;
bridge repairs, $1500; band.
$1500; board of charities, $200;
planning and xening commission,
$500; auditing and accounting.
$470; incinerator, $4600; build
ing inspector, 83200.
Practice games will be played
this week by teams in the two
volleyball leagues at the T. M. CV
A. which will start their league
season tbe following week. The
Service club league teams will
practice Tuesday night and the In
dustrlal league teams will prac
tice Friday night
Teams entered in the Service
club league are Rotary, captained
by Walter Mlnler; Klwanls. Dr
L. E. Barrick; Lions, Keith Brown
and Y's Men. Ross Mfles.
The teams in the industrial
Today - Monday - Tuesday
Continuous Performance Today 2 to 11 P. M.
A 100
A spicy comedy drama taken
has gained interest by being
The talking in this
Also Pathe Sound
Trained showmen ... trained
ere an assurance that there fts
Owa Capitol Theatre
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1 jT "" "Sa, A Blue Ribbon Winner I
w'Xa no here "'J
Ir Jll see
III C'aVT hear -laugh
1 1 VtkA D. BUg V
J I 1 Presents
) V f JF Warner Bros.
. J yr 10 AlI:Talkittg ,
CJ fU U.IangMng flUphoae I
- dewa ;tte" bona
'. etretofav eT hEarity
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league are Kay Woolen Mills, cap
tained by Page; Valley Motor, Ma
son: fAeurelet. DeMerrltt: Retd-
Murdock, Yoakum: Western Paper
converting, jtcnen. - - ;
Tht league teasoa will last six
weeks, following which the win
ders in the two 'leagues' will play
a cuamjlonsMp series.
(AP Army football elevea
met with unexpected opposition
from Davidaoa college of North
Carolina today but a second half
offensive enabled the cadet to
win 23-7.'
After O'Keefe had place kicked
a field goal near the ehd of the
first period, to give Army a S to
0 lead, Davidson opened up a bru-
tiaat aerial offensive, a 40-yard
pass. Brock to King, sending the
latter over for a touch down,
early la the second period. The
try for point was successful giv
ing the southerners a 7 to t lead
at the end ot the hall.
Army's first string team went
Into action in the third period
and Army rolled up It points oa
touchdowns by Murrell and Cagla
and a successful try tor points by
O'Keefe. Stuart scored the third
Army touchdown in the' fourth
MOSCOW, Ida., Oct 12- (AP
The unknown conference Quan
tity of the Idaho Vandals waa
etched into the understanding ot
the university ef Montana toot
ball team as a bruising, line
plunging,' pass Intercepting and
deceptive machine that won, 10 to
O here today.
Blackboarded as a team which
knew the ins and outs of over
head onslaught, the Montana
Grizzlies hedged for three periods
before they sent out an aerial bar
rage, and then saw it smearea an
over the field, with two passes in
Vandal hands for touchdowns, be
fore that an effective back field
line shift that was reminiscent of
the old school flying wedge pound
ed wide gaps through the Grizz
lies' ponderous line, paving the
way for the Vandals' first score, a
touchdown by Wilkie, fullback.
HO 1S Will
Patsy Ruth Miller
AD Talkinsr - Singing
from the great Stage Farce that
produced la tbe Talking Picture
picture is wonaeiui
News and Comedy
mbxds and traiaed service . .
always a better show at Salem's
H 1 i
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By Stidnj?
Air Attack
ley, Cat. Oct 12. (AP) Out ot
air today. ". California's Sears
plucked a lf-0 voctory over Wash
ington State college when repeat
ed onslaughts oa the ground fail
ed U crumble a powerful cougar
line. f
What 40.000 .spectators cheer
ed, the Bears rushed their north
ern rivals down the Held la the
first half to twice leave Imprints
in scoring turf. A touchdown in
the first period was followed by
another in the second.
The crushing first half drive of
the Bears came la good time for
In most of the last two periods the
team from the north was charg
ing goalward la thrilling but fu
tile efforts te retaliate:
It was the opening coast con
See Dick in his new
sR - talkin? prescription
which cored a loved
I On the Stage
: : fox west coast theatres present ' :
Lmdfle Iverson Evarts & Lowry Jack & Betty Willing
r mm Fanchon and Marco's Idea smmmmmmmm
Oct 14 to 18
f'Fm Going to Buy a Home
Iii Salem Highway Tact3,,
I "Just what Tve been looking1 lor. Gladys wants to raise flowers
! and a garden, and I've got to be close in. This place will make as
I both hppy .
"Why don't you boy a hatf-acre while you have a chance? $350
up to $900, aniJ'prily $25 down and 10 a month. A house will -cost
frorn $2800 op to 4350. and you only have to pay $100 down and
; $30 month.
! 1 call it a good buy. Close in, on th Pacific highway, near th
Fair Grounds, lias water, dty telephones, gas, electricity.
"Gladys will Uka;th house. If s plastered, has modern bnflt-lns,
j four and five rooms, front and Back porches, and painted inside
Rich L. Relman,
decided to' buy." .
219 N. Hish Sti
ference for the two teams and ta
turning back their opponents, the
Bears; moved one of the most form
idable elevens of the northland.
Blocked on the line by the pond
erous Washington State forward
wall. California turned to the air
with good results, midway in the
first period, the Bears recovered a
Washington State fumble on the
latter 15-yard line. Lorn shot a
long pass across the field to Nor
ton, who galloped two yards In the
clear, te cross the tiae. Beckett
place kicked the try for point.
The Cougars came back with
a'drtve that brought them to Calif
ornia's 28-yard line, but their line
plunges tailed when within strik
ing distance. California held for
BALTIMORE, Oct. 12. (AP)
A pass flipped from the fingers
of Frank Carldeo, again forced
the Navy to bow before Notre
Dame on a football field todayas
the men ot Knute Rockne passed
and plunged their way to a 14 to
T victory over the midshipmen at
the Baltimore stadium.
m !
iACli CfiOlyc
ther realtor, took us out last
i , i" '-. '
self mm
There Isn't a movie tan in Sa.
lem who won tbe charmed pink
with "The Love Doctor," starring
Richard Dix and opening today at
the Fox Elsinore. This is as
thundering spectacle or melo
drama; Just a modern comedy of
personalities, with a considerable
smattering of the romance of ado
lescence. But Dix is at his best he has
scored a greater hit as a talking
star than he ever did in the silent
films. And all et his supporting
Cast know how to talk too, both
aa to enunciation and nnrmb).
It's the most natural and lovabh
anunri ntrtnr vet seen ham an.
has in it the most kllllnelr fnnnv
The Smash Hit
night and today I
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