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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 5, 1933)
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TO E18IK TODAY
'No Man of Her Own' Brings
Dorothy Mackalll and
W Man of Her Own." dra
in tie story of gambler and his
womtn, starring Clark GbU nd
: fatnring Carole Lombard) and
Dorotby Mackalll, will be the at
traction at the Elslnore theatre
'Tho story, from an original by
Edmund Goaldlng and Benjamin
. Glazer, translated to the screen
by Maurino Watklns, deals with
;. the adTentnres of Babe Stewart,
card-sharp and confidence-man.
With the aid of Dorothy Mackaill.
Grant Mitchell and Paul Ellis, he
lores wealthy men Into poker
games and easily trims them of
their bank-rolls. Bnt this hard,
gets himself into trouble when he
tries to walk out on Dorothy as
hfc has walked out on countless
women before her. She threatens
to go to the police, and Gable
He happens 'to go to a small
town called Glendale and there
meets Carole Lombard.' On a gam
bler's chance, he marries her and
takes her back to New York with
htm. intending to giro her a good
' tftne and then send her home. But
he falls in love with her a situa
tion which seriously complicates
h'is mode of liring.
.Others of importance in the cast
are J. Farrel MacDonald in the
role of a detective, and George
Earbier, Elizabeth Patterson and
Tommy Conlon as Miss Lombard's
parents and young brother.
4ZHD STREET STARS
: l"or the first time in the history
oL the United States, motion pic-
tare stars wm iaae part in tne in
auguration ot President Franklin
D. Roosevelt on March 4th; and
they will have their own float in
the procession. Among the stars
who will travel from Hollywood
to Washington in the "42nd
Street Special" train, according to
bookings up to date, are Bebe
Daniels, Joe E. Brown. Ruby
Keeler, James Cagney, William
: Powell, Warner Baxter, George
. Brent. Bette Davis. Joan Blondell,
Guy Klbbee, Loretta Toung, War-
j ran William, Douglas Fairbanks,
Jr., Ginger Rogers and Una Mer-
The float appearing in the par-
. ade will be an elaborate one sym
p bolixIUg "better times" and also
r.: 45nd street at the greatest theat
; rical street In the world.' A num
; ber of the stars who will go to
' Washington on the "42nd 8treet
Special", stopping at numerous
leading cities for personal ap-
pearances en route, also appear in
tlie cast of the new Warner- Bros.
feature picture, "42nd Street."
which will soon be released. The
entire delegation ot motion pie
tare players from Hollywood will
ge on to New York March S, the
day after the inauguration of
Also Hokams Mystery No. f '
2, BURNED AT THE
STEAK, Magic Carpet -Barleak
- Fox News !
The Year's Comedy Smash
S A BLESSING!
Eoata of S5e Talkies
Zane Grey, who appears today
w l 4 ' ; L A Nv
his story film, "Sooth Sea Islands."
mii i" mnw 'x ' x V 1 11 1 " V
IIH III! iIIM
Clark Gable. Carole Lombard
scene from "No Man of Her
Bros. Elsmore today.
Menjou Has Role
Of Detective in
Play at Capitol
Thatcher Colt, the suave, cul
tured handsome New Tork police
commissioner who solves baffling
murder mysteries in the popular
Anthony Abbott books, comes at
last to the screen in the person
ot Adolphe Menjou. His first ap
pearance is in "The Might euro
Lady," Columbia picture, which
comes to the Capitol theatre Mon
day. This production is one ot the
most satisfying of the detective
mvsterr pictures as yet shown.
Somehow, it contrives to got
serosa all the essential elements
of suspense, mystery, horror and
skillful detective work, and yet
' it does so in a subtle manner. In
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I Toes. - Weds.
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With T.TJK TTt a rrr
MART BRIAN J
DICK POWELL VI
and 1000 others r
in the Capitol double bill in J
and Dorothy Mackaill In a
Own," which opens at Warner
short, this is no stereotyped er
formula detective picture.
ROSED ALB, Feb. 4 Rev. and
Mrs. A. J. Haldy who have been
pastors of Friends church here tor
over five years, submitted their
reslrnsllan Thnndiv ntrht Tlv
have received and accepted a call
The officers for the Sunday
school for the ensuing year were
elected as follows: Superinten
dent, T. D. Trick; assistant sn
perintendent, Albert Cammack;
secretary, Edward Haldy; organ
ist. Esther Cammack treasurer.
Florence Cole: chorister. Forrest
Cammsck, superintendents of era -
die roll, Velleda
relleda Trick and Enn
Mrs. T. D. Trick wiU teach the
Beginners class as usual, Sadie
Pearson the Primary, Mrs. C. A
Cole, the Junior, Mrs. M. Cam
mack the Intermediate girls and
Forrest Cammack the Intermedi
H US T
Today, Continuous 1:45 to 11 p.m.
A thrUl-packed heart'
tagging drama that
tarns the sport racket
) ALWAYS ,
TOMORROW AND TUESDAY
Fire people lulled Iter . . Fire people llred only to
make her pay . What happened to Lola. Careire
at the stroke of twelve?
"The NSnntl Clnb Idy"
with ADOLPH MENJOU; ;
RETURN ENGAGEMENT OF A POPULAR
GEO. ATOJSS ia "TliE nilLIO:iAinE"
JT CIP1JL TODAY
Cn(h Cai ArfvanfifPAc onn
'Sport Parade' Lend to
Variety of Bill
"South 8ea Adventures," with
Zans Gray, the noted author, as
its star a film that surpasses la
thrills and beauty any picturo at
its kind srer mads, is ons ct ths
doubls) featurs) attractions today
at th Capitol tkeatra.
This plctura- wan mada under
tha direct supervision of tha noted
author and sportsman on his re
cent trip to tha South Seas. On
his return hs was Induced by Sol
Lesser, president of Principal Dis
tributing Corporation, to hare
tha many thousands ot feat at
film- edited and mada ready for
Of the many thrilling and dra
matis highlight In the film, the
eaten of the giant marllm (sword
fish) weighing 1.300 Bounds' off
the coast of New Zealand Is a
dramatic record of Zaae Grey's
prowess as tha world's mightiest
angler. The picture Is replete with
other spint-tlngllng adventures
with denlsens of the deep, and
affords a glimpse here and there
ot natives "an nature!' in their
far-away South Sea Islands.
A wrestling match, filled with
flying tackles, whirlwind spina,
Deadlocks, scissors and other In
tricate grips of the game. Is used
for one of the big dramatic pnneh-
of "The Sport Parade. the
RKO-Radlo Picture now showing
at the Capitol theatre.
Joel McCrea plays a college
wrestler who turns professional
bnt trie to stay honest in the
"most: suspicious sport" of alL
William Gargan. Marian Marsh.
and Walter Catlett are In the
cast. Dudley Murphy directed
from an original stdry by Jerry
Melvin Holt Has
In School Work
SCIO. Feb. 4. Honor cards
were Issued Thursday afternoon
at a special assembly. Melvin Holt,
received the card for highest
grades In the entire school. Class
honor cards were earned by Vir
ginia Turnidge. senior; Sylvia
Bartn and LaVaun Gardner, jun
iors; Melvin Holt, sophomore, and
Norene 81ms, freshman.
A no-host party la being plan
ned by the teachers for Thursday
night, February t. Miss June Pap
ke, Miss Doris Netune and T. A.
Gallegly are in charge ot the en
tertainment. Miss Doris Klindt.
Miss Doris Clarke and Miss Mil
dred Gardner are la charge of re
freshments. The wives ot the fac
ulty, the school board and their
wires will be additional guests.
I Ollverton LiCDOt
Will Close Early
In Evening, Said
SILVERTON. Feb. 4. The
Southern Pacific depot at Silver-
ton will close hereafter at B
o'elock Instead of :! at nlgbt
I as heretofore. The depot houses
1 the local braneh of the Western
union and telegrams te ne sent
at night will have te be seat!
through the telephone exchange.
W. B. 8atehwell, resident agent
ot the railroad, said the action
I follows the withdrawal of W. H.
Ireland, here as car and bill clerk.
A messenger boy Is still retained
during the day.
.to catch a fish!
Bat he brought
back et mUiim
J thrills VIA
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Lm Trarr. fast talklnar column
apple of his eye, in the picture "Blessed Erent" which will
be the attraction today, Monday and Tuesday at the Hol
Walter McGrail, and Maureen O'SuIliTan in a scene from the
exciting: western, "Robbers' Boost" now showing: at the
'BLESSED EVFM' IS
Lee Tracy Brought Back to
Salem for More of his
Funny Tale Telling
The worm has turned at last,
and the Broadway columnists who
have been hiding- behind their by
lines while telling the world ev
erybody else's secrets, are having
the spotlight thrown on their own
For the first time, the screen
tells their secrets to the public,
exposes their methods ot collect
ing news and "spills the dirt"
about their private lives in the
Warner Bros, picture, "Blessed
Brent," which comes t the Hoi
lywood theatre today.
"Daisies won't tell," says Lee
Tracy who plays the leading role
1:45 to 11 P. M.
HE WAS A
HIT AND RUN LOVER
Women; might fight for
hbn . . bnt peraonaD?
he preferred a cigarette
to any dune .
1 ID II
WATCH FOR THEM L
. $20,000 YEARS Pi 8ING SING, AH Star Cast
Cedl B. Deililie's 1GN OF THE CROSS
Ana Harding Leslie Howard in "ANIMAL KINGDOM" -
James Cagney in HAUD TO HANDLE
KaU Smith in "HELLO EVERYBODY '
Geo, ArCaa In AiiE KINgSACATION'
MYBTEUy O AX ElUSETBr' T
,42ND SlUEy r ' tba"Ssr Special --
Marie Dressier ailace Beexr In "
TUG BOAT ANNnr ? v
writer. and llarr Brian, tha
In "Blessed Event, "unless they
happen to have the phone nam
ber of a columnist. And now that
the movies are telling all about
the keyhole snoopers themselves,
there aren't any more secrets left
in the world."
The lives, loves and libels of
wisecracking columnists are re
vealed in this nuarlous screen
production which leaves no stone
A splendid cast which supports
Lee Tracy, includes Mary Brian,
Dick Powell. Ned Sparks. Allen
Jenkins, Emma Dunn, Ruth Don
nelly and many ethers. Roy Del
On Agriculture to
SILVKRTON. Feb. 4. The
Marlon county Pomona agricultur
al committee will meet at Silver-
ton February t la the Knights ot
Pythias halL and Pomona Master
I. 8. Lambert of Stayton has Is
sued a statement urging all agri-
LOVE. '..end chested
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no thy MACKAILL
"Robbers' Roost" Starring
O'Brien, O'SuIIivan, is
Based on one of the many Inci
dents that nave colored Arlsona's
history. 'Robbers 1 Roost." the
new Fox Films offering, comes to
the screen ot the Grand theatre
today. George O'Brien and Maur
een O'Suliivaa head the cast of
the" picture, taken from Zaae
Grey's story and with Its pictur
esque settings at the original lo
cale of the episode, "Robbers'
Roast la aald to be O'Brien's out-
standlnr screen play.
The wholesale, plundering or
the cattle on a big ranch In the
southern part of the state some
SO year ago forms the historical
basis ot the tale. The ranch own
er, a wealthy Briton, is careless
enough to hire a rascally fore
man to run the place for him, and
the foreman drives the entire
herd over the line Into Mexico,
sells them and vanishes with the
Wearing an unusual type of ro
mance into this plot, zane Grey
succeeded in. making "Robbers'
Roost one of bis most Interesting
stories. In transferring It to the
screen Director Louis Bong has
faithfully preserved Its atmos
How O'Brien, playing a double
game ot pretending to side with
the band ot thieves and at the
same time secretly bringing an
avenging posse to the "Roost,
manages to reseue the girl he
loves and square matters with his
enemy, forms the climax ot the
Besides Miss O'Sulllvan the sup
porting east In elides William
Pawley, as the foreman, Reginald
Owen as the unsuspecting Brit
isher, Maude Eburne as his aunt.
Walter McGrall as Pawleys as
sistant and Robert Grelg as Ow
en's solemn butler. With Its swift
action. Its scenic backgrounds and
Louis King's direction, "Robbers'
Roosv should prove one of the
most popular offerings of the sea
cultural committeemen to attend.
as plans for the coming year are
to be adopted la addition to an
important dlsenasIoa.on the ques
tion ot the feasibility of purchas
ing gasoline and oil collectively.
Tha meeting will begin at If
a. m. and last until 4 in the after.
noon. 4L pot-luck luncheon will be
served at noon. The meeting is
open te all Interested ia the ques
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portunity to rest except In
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TodavtGaorra- O'Brien In
Thursday MacDowell club
presents Portland Apollo
Friday Leo Carillo and Lola
Wilson, In "Obey the Law".
Todsy Lee Tracy and Mary
Brian In "Blessed Event".
ttrednasdaT LOa Lee and
Walter Byron In "The Ex-
Friday Hoot Gibson In "The
WARXER BROS. CAPITOL
Today Joel McCrea In "8 port
Parade", and Zane Grey'a
"South 8ea Islands'.
Monday Adolphe Meajou In
"The Nlgbt Club Lady".
Wednesday Karloff In "The
Saturday Irene Dunne In
"Thirteen Women", and
Eddie QuIIlan In "The Big
WARXER BROS. ELSIXORK
TnAxr Clrk 0bl. la "Vn
Man f TTap Own"
Douglas Fairbanks In "Para-
Friday Clandette Colbert in
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a glass of hot water before break
fast cat dowa on pastry and rat
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batter, cream sad sugar In 4
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Notice also that yon nave gain
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yon feel yoaager bodr
. Krasehen wilt give any fst persoa
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Get a bottle ot Krasehen Salts
the cost Is trifling and It lasts
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lose fat If yoa doat feel a su
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I alive your money gladlr re
But be sure for your health's
sake that yoa ask' for and get
Kruschea salts. Oat them at Per
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A BIG JOB
Build a better home
than you ever thought
you could own I Pres
ent money standards
mean that now you
only pay half as much
for the house you
want I We have
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