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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1922.
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON
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Today and Tomorrow
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Ilao ricrro Brooliliart
i .rr'i'BIS TIME ATTRACTION
but olmply thought by the inauir
Bae Pierre Brookhart has
personage of mystery from the
"me ot nis birth when he was wel
:omed Into the world by an assem
blage of notables, which included
Chief White Eagle, called the
?reatet medicine man of all
American Indian tribes. It was
the chief who christened "Bae
which mean "A Great Light," alio
:t the age of six he astounded all
by his marvelous psychological
powers. At seventeen, he was rec
ognized as one of the world's
greatest mentalists. His act is
one that not only mystifies, but it
Holly, known as the golden
voice, portrays a small-town
"hick" character, possessing a
double voice with the unusual
combination of baritone and so
prano. He baa a voice remarkable
for Its power as well as its musi
SHOWERED WITH EGGS
A regretable act was mmmitfd
Tuesday night when seven young
men are alleged to have entered
the room in the buildine on First
street where religious services were
in progress and thrown thrp o-o-o-.
at the speakers. One egg spattered
on ine wall; one struck the violin
box of the musician and thonthov
aisiigured the speaker's stand. The
room is so arranged that the audi
ence was seated with their backs
to the door and onlv thn muni.r
sui a glimpse of the person throw
ing the eggs. The police nfto
or the city are makinar a diligent
search to apprehend the offenders
ana it they are caught will be se
verely dealt with. Silverton Appeal.
And Charles Ray in
Mabel Nonnand ana
Itaymond Hat ton in
"Heels Over Head"
Mutlncn Dorothy Dulton in
"The Siren Call"
"The l'risoner of Zcnda"
MacLyn Arbucltle and
Jean Paige in
"The Prodigal Judge"
Ml MM STARRING
AT LIBERTY' T0IW03R3W
ine lang of the open spaces the
rush and surge of big drama and
the warm glow of big romance
make "Colleon of the Piues," Jane
ovana nrst starring vehicle a
production of the utmost appeaL
It Is the Sunday attraction ut the
Liberty theater where it will re
main for two days.
AT THE BLIGH THEATRE
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
Bae Pierre Brookhart is describ
ed as the "Wonder of he 20th
Century," and Princess Purillo is
called the "Psychic Marvel of the
Age." It was Brookhart who nrn-
dicted the world war in Winnipeg,
long before it started, and be re
turned there during the conflict,
predicting its end.
He gives a most nmnr.unn.
demonstration of menial teleputhy
and predicts the future in love,
business and other affairs, whllo
reiflling the past. The aiimilmm
to be answered are not written
down or even told to an assistant,
SPEEDING CHARGED TO TWO
Two motorists, both residents of
Portland, were arrested here last
night and were charged with
speeding. Thev gave their names
as Harry L. Hart and Barrett D.
Both men were required to fur
nish $10 bail. Mr. Hart was cited
to appear before Police Judge Earl
Race Monday and Mr. Randall was
cited to appear today.
Journal Want Ads Pay
HAD BOOZE, GUN, IS CHARGE
Charged wtih possessing intoxi
cating liquor and with carrvine- a
concealed weapon, Herbert Gilfil-
lan was arrested here last night.
He said his home is at Marshfield.
Gilfillan was taken into custody
by Motorcycle Patrolman Shelton.
He fittnlshed $45 bail and was
cited to appear in the police court
before Judge Earl Race Monday.
EXPRESS OFFICE AT
MANILA IS ROBBED
Manila, Oct. 7. (By Associated
Press.) The American Express
company has offered a reward for
the apprehension and conviction
of persons who robbed its offices
here. Officials are reticent in dis
closing the amount of the robbery,
but it Is rumored that it exceeds
$50,000 in currency.
LUZON TYPHOON TAXES
TOLL OF FIFTEEN LIVES
Manila, Oct. 7. (By Assocratea
Press.) Reports lust received
from northern Luzon indicate that
fifteen natives were drowned in
the municipality of Claveria, prov
ince of Cagayan, during a typhoon
three weeks ago. Much livestock
was drowned and the crop damage
was said to be enormous. Reports',
from Fuga island, Luzon) say vir
tually every house on the island
was destroyed. There have been
no reports from the Batanes group
of islands, but constabulary offi
cers fear there has been loss of
SHOWERS ARE PREDICTED"
Washington, Oct. 7. Weather
outlook for the week beginning
Monday: Pacific state Fair .n
southern California and occasion
al showers elsewhere. Tempera.
ture near normal.
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Closing Out Piano and
New Phonographs Price.
$1 down, $1 week up.
Pianos $89 up; terms
$5 down, $5 month up.
See Ad on page 4
J' THEATER. 4
A First Run Production
"FLESH AND BLOOD"
COMING TO LIBERTY
A powerful drama of truth and
regeneration which our with
dramatic strength and keeps the
spectators gaze fustened upon the
' "lesn and Blood," the
production which comeii to the
Liberty theater, next Friday.
There's nothing unnatural about
this vital story. It is nfo vivified
to the highest degree. It shows
mat love is unconquerable when
the heart is guMed by the divine
spark. It presents a mighty ser
mon and yet tella it in a drama-tic
MANY NEGROES ARE
More than three hundred ne
groes are shown in some of the
scenes in the new special, "The
Prodigal Judge," which will be
shown at the Grand theater today, j
" on the famous novel
of the same name by Vaughan
Keater. They are shown on the
shores of the MiaeiKsippt river and
. on the river boats. siuiHnr ihi.-
old plantation songs of "before the!
war." Those who appear in the!
jin-iure were selected with great
care right in their southern bom
They are all there, from the little
plocauinny to "jiiammy" and
"uncle," and these scenes in the
production give it touch which
is sure to please the meat exact.
The French-Indian Mtntalist
They will answer all questions
GOLDEN VOICED HOLLY
Songs and Stories
Comedy and News
NEAL HART in "THE GETAWAY"
SUN DAY M O N DAY
This Picture Has
"The PRODIGAL JUDGE"
Adopted from the World Famous Novel
"I like to make peo
ple laugh and have
good time generally
; at the mim tost
liex Iujfram, whtwe $1,000,000
noauction of "The Prisoner of
.etidu" is at the Oregon theater
tonight belongs to an artistically
creative family. His half-sister is
Nina Wilcox Putnam, whose con
tributions to the Saturday Even-
Jim Post have made her well
known. The photoplay is founded
on Anthony Hope's novel. Pre
vfoiis ingrain sucre.sse on thel
ei-n-en were "The Four Horsemen
cl the .ipjrab p.:e,"
7 and 9 p. m.
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MABEL NORM AND
"HEAD OYER HEELS"
3 Other Reels
This Blonde Beauty at her best in a
thrilling tale of the Canadian woods. Cast
includes Edward Hcarn who was leading
man in Anita Stewart's "A Question of
To make you laugh we will show the
comedy mule jn a two reeler
"THE KICKLV FOOL"
Also An International News
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