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niDAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY. AUG. 23, 1915.
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AT THF THFATRPk BIK,! in'Tho Clue" closed! "Now, more thai ever, the profits
XII. Illii llUJllllEid the week at Ye Liberty. Tho pictures ! of great industries under centralized
t I in Which Miss fwert appears are draw-! control pour into the coffers of stock
! in'K better and better, pretty eonelu-j holders and directors who never s
I sive evidence that those who have been much as visited the plants, and who per-
Local Amusements or the Past Week i preelniining her talents arc far f rom ! form no service in return. While vast
Briefly Reviewed j being mistaken. j inherited fortunes, representing zero in
I We have not for a long time found social service to their credits of their
W., i j - i .t more enjoyment in a picture tnnu we auiuuiammiy ireuie auu
ens and the bathing beach have all I
'The Hying Twins'
t i multiply in volume, two-thirds of those
contri mte l tn th- .kV. VT 1 I Blih '" We BKIW heartily with on eld ' w''o toil from eight to twelve hours a
averae Ln !h9,f (t,,t Kentleman who sat directly in front of ; revive less than enouc.;, to support
;,""" -"The Second in
ie i.iuerry stnrteu oir tile week,, v t i i V, T
with a repetition of "The Bargain,"' ranJ!ls - Bushman, who was the most
a western picture f,..tnrin,T William H. ! t v- 1;'nd"1Kumnn .1B ,hl! ?n
Hnr h,.,i .'. I '" 1'icture Alagazine contest. The
cnn,,in;.,n x. ;l, r. .,....:.... ..... '" ""' ery SIUISUICUOII
ontes during the past year. "The
Bargain" is interesting 'but not en
tirly satisfactory, inasmuch as it de
pends too strongly upon improbabili
ties. Its hero is a road airent a two-
us. Ho said "Them twins is sure some ; ,ni"' ,noir familioB in decency and
to the grave they
fear that their
tunity to toil
foreman or tho
ring the past sevcrel days, but tt .;,.. Tv nirtnrB ,,,,,. .lvir, comfort
Kin nave tieen worse nnd we hnvo . . ' . . .. i is..n t,;i.ii,,..i
heard no wailings of grief from any I I'y ZrK uT'to IT., aha loof fe
of the rosewood managerial of fices. ! 7 mJ p P? 7 8uff'l''t to rosource-oppo,tu.,itN
h tneeVX'tl0' l,Ub,iC """'Ll'- O-S0,.;,ncd the w.ck wHh ! "Z,
tommund," featuring :. ' "
mn. who , tl, ,nti,ortlu, of "'diistry.
enmlnnntinn i!.- n .,i.... I lli('tre gave very good satisfact
wild western histrionics ), f loHowmg "The Second in Com-
well up on the list of popular fav- '" j j ' " J '; bamls die or arc maimed h accide s,
s durinir the nst rear. "Tl,. i..' " pnoiopmy in limn young , . . . ....,'
Lack Necessaries of Life.
"Tho lives of their babies are snuff
ed mt by had air in cheap lodgings
and lack of nounajmont and care which,
they canuot buy. Fathers and hus-
John Hincs as "Steve," the cub re
porter, was funnier than Charlie Chap
lin. To be sure thero never was a re
porter, cub or otherwise, who did us
"Steve "did. But this fact in no nv
gun man, who while eser-.ping from the ! , " ' " " " ' f"11
! officers of the law meets ud with a! J"1!0?? ,he 'u of tho ,llin m,r
girl nnd marries her without reveal- j I' ,' . 1 1 tn0 measiiro of collective ihower with
ing to her his identity. After this : ? bitter family feud In Kentucky. It ,whi,.h ,0 wrillR ,.-, WaBM froia their
their taniilu's receive a pitiance or suc
cumb in mid life and they receive noth
ing. "And when these unfortunates seek,
by the only means within reach to bet
ter their lot by organising to lift
themselves from helplessness through.
A Big Surprise for Hop Pickers
400 Tents at cost prices for this week only. Also everything needed
for camping. Don't fail to see ns if you need anything in' this line.
H. Steinbock Junk Co.
The House of Half a
302 N. Commercial St.
Eminent Cast Appears in Support of
It is unusual to find such a combina
tion of stars in one production as is
presented in William Fox's latest photo
dramatic success, "The Erring Wife,"
"Dr. Ramcau. ' In the title role ap
pears Frederick Perry, lately starred in
tho eBroadwpy success of tho season,
"On Trial," and admittedly the most
effectivo dramatic actor on the stage
Stuart Holmes, as Munzell, the artist,
is too well-known to require extensive
praise for his very effective work in
this remarkable production. Mr. Holmes
has starred in many feature pictures,
and seems to grow more popular with
each. Dorothy Bernard, who portrays
Conchita with such telling charm and
power; Jean Sothorn, as the innocent
recipient of Dr. Kninenu's wrath; tieo.
Allison as Talvamie, ami Edith Hallon
in the important role of Koselle, are a
fitting support for the superb dramatic
talent of Mr. Perry.
The Oregon will show this feature for
two days starting tomorrow at the regu
lar price of admission.
Al G. Barnes' Collection of
Educated Beasts Makes
Decided Hit Here
Lions, tigers, goats, horses, leopards,
monkeys, pigs and even humans were
trained to perfection and gave a first
class performance at the Al G. Barnes'
wild animal circus Inst night and yes
terday afternoon. For a strictly train
ed animal snow, which this claims to
be, the Al G. Barnes is easily tho big
gest and best ever shown in Salom.
The denizens of the jungle wore made
fo perform marvelous feats at the bid
ding of till trainer and the clevor
stunts of the performers drew general j enlargement of the field in this terri
show, but last night's exhibition was
clearly that of the greatest trained
animal show ever seen in Salem, From
tho opening numher the show was
marked by plenty of music and clever
acts of tho trained animals both wild
and domestic. Last night's show was
unlike the average circus in that there
was not so much going on but that all
could bo sfen and enjoyed, and the
feature nets were performed aloue so
that all might see and marvel.
The show was particularly free from
fakirs and the usual run of circus hangers-on
that are the bane of the police
officers. Not a single arrest was made
yesterday by the local police 011 account
of tho circus crowd and not a single
misdemeanor was reported that could
be charged to the circus followers.
WOOLEN MILLS ARE SOLD
It is reported that Bishop & Sons, of
Pendleton, who operate an extensive
woolen mill property in eastern Ore
gon, hnvo purchased the Washougai
woolen mills at Washington. The price
is said to have been $45,000. The
Bishops have leased the Washougai
mill for three years, and the reported
sale is believed to menu a prospective
War Expert Believes Germans
Aim Drive Against Petro
By J. W. T. Mason.
New York, Aug. 28. The struggle
for Pctrograd has begun. With the
KImgman Charged With
Shortage In Accounts
Seattle, Wash., Aug. 28. Denying
that the shortage in his accounts might
reach $40,000, O. ('. Klingnian, arrested
hero yesterday afternoon and charged
with having embezzled funds from the
J. I. Case Threshing Machine company,
of which he was formerly manager, at
Greensboro, N. C, said today that the
amount would not exceed $5,000 to
$",000, . a(
"My shortage will in part be offset
by a contract I had with the company,"
he said. "I gave my personal notes for
the several amounts.
"My only object in leaving home was
to make enough money to meet my oldi-
applause from the large crowd which
eked the main tent last nignt.
Manv seasoned circus-goers were
I'leased to noto the rapid improvement
jn tho Barnes' show. A few years ago
Al O. Barnes conducted a dog nnd pony
tory. C. M, Bishop is now in Port
land arranging the deal. Koy Bishop
of Pendleton, stated that the deal has
been pending for some days. Portland
Kussians driven from Brest-Litovsk gations, and it was my intention to re
directs toward Petrograd, the Slav turn to Greensboro."
capital is the immediate objective of! Klingnian has been conducting a real
the Germans. Minsk, toward which the! ty nnd brokerage office here. Since
Russians are retreating is almost a' leaving home he has been disguised with
third of the distance to Petrograd. a beard nnd blue goggle glasses.
No attempt is being made by Grand 1
Duko Nichols to create a diversion. He M-i DL JS71,
realizes the danger now threatening liCAl ITvCli - I Cuvll ilCCft
Petrograd and his one purpose now is!
to concentrate all available forces to
block tho Teutonic advance to tho!
northeast. The Russians are keeping! Tortlnnd, Or., Aug. 28. By proclama
In -Northwest States
their forces intact, and it is probable
if they intend making an immediate
stand, contesting the way to Petrograd,
they will give battle between Vilna and
Minsk. Here are the last natural de
fenses before the Dvina river is reached.
This forms the outer barrier of what is
properly termed the Petrograd hinter
land. It olfers an admirable opportuni
tiou of the governors of the two states,
the week beginning August .'10 will be
"Peach Week" in Oregon and Wash
ington. Every one is urged to buy tho delici
ous fruit by the box and eat, can, pick
le and preserve them.
Owing to the pench crop of the
United States being the heaviest in
he blunders out and is captured by a j ' T'rV'n 'n
sheriff, stolen monV, nnd all. the i 'l'" V " ttl . lll"l'"r; " against them, not only tho massed pow-
siicrttt ties tho road agent up and noes , J er or capital, nut every arm of tlm gov-
a gambli'ng. loses his own money and "iTl? 8,"K " , &Me , .r" "nmcnt that was created to. enforce
that which he has taken from the road b mh V, ,v . 1 J , '"e K"nintres , equality and justice.
! employers, they find too often arrayed
"f- ...... ... .viuiiK. ,w mi; urn- . ne x:.,,.l Ki
room in which he has left the road ; " , . . ,
r,,rn,,t n,i ..ii i.:. i.: .....'... i V... nrs, "featuring May Allison nnd llnr
r. a. says "Sheriff, if you'll turn me
ine .Mutualmnster release at Hligh's ..We fi, llmnv t,lltiro communities
was "Hie Secretary of Involous At- exist under nrbit
of corporation officials chanred with
The picture is made: the management of an industry or
1 , " , ,up of scenes from the frivolous every- group
'er nf tie I w ' ,ifp f U'e U1,P r'l'h' itdl.COS a such C(
of industries. We find that in
ouiiiiunities Political Illicit v doex
gang of picture and jewel thieves and, not exist, and its forms are hollow
loose i ii get tnat mono
you." The nobles orflcer of the law
airCiiiin n,l 4 It I :.. I i HI. ., 1) )
The , a! lets' the ,o vV L I .tisfy movkeries.
Iml.lo lw mi i: iZ: t. u .,1111080 WHO nllVP FOCIt It
in-.vjo 1. 1. uu: KMiiiMiiiiK JUllll, g.'UUU Hll
chase,' doub s on his r'n ks con, s tJ hrightert a,wt in tho "Chin-, hand. Free speech, free assembly and
back to the sheriff, turns o.U 1 11 m.'.e lnJ,,.n " I"u.e, shown at o a.treo press limy have been do-
' I 1 ihnrtv ' 'uflu nit U .iiliiAa.l mt . .f Inn Ihoni nit. I iwiihii ia.a Ii
'.mZa !k'hib.th? j Thursday. Mrs. 'Lewis McCord, in the ; ployers' agents may be placed in of-
Thc liberties of such a community
As occasionally happens, the star wus . lio in the hollow of the employers'
over the ,
money, with some i
, L i-L ..I;'.' " .""" '"ipnrt of Mrs. Fndden. did ns fine a bit I fiee to do his bidding.
W T,f T, V character work as has ever been " Responsibility for tho conditions
c. dhi, S Zl Jii u "i, 'i ,rf l8"'" '''''n. " W. w"" above, wo declaro
deciding to flee with her .husband, but ' 'rests primarily upon the workers, wh
gives ,n eventually and the picture blill(, to tllpiJ colle(;tive Btrpnt,,h an(,
closes with the shenft wnv.ng f-i.Believe Pro-German Ki ti, ,leat' to f f'-
fectionnte farewell to them, t ie whiln i "" '" UVIUMUI .., i- i . ... ,
p mm iu,vi-ict, sinicruu tAiioiiui ion Him evas
Views Caused lraedyj'011' ,,i('ir mo!" siH',,?t' 'sht without
wiry, jiiu., Aug. zn. n. new ungie in i u in
fcctionate farewell to them, the while
he is fixing up a plnusablo lie to tell
thj folks ct home.
Victor Mooro in "Chimmie Fad
den.," Ed. Townsend's loveuble Bow
cry character, followed " The Bargain"
at the Liberty street house, with a new
installment of the popular Honth Amer
ican Travel pictures a thoroughly : lMmi' wiay.
good program, full of peper, monl les-1 ()tto Kracmer, an employo
u largo measure' responsibility
the investigation of the murder of Rev.
Mmund Kuiser, involvinj
pioi 10 oiow up pari or mo Aema row- Vn ve.l in Hn .tr.i,-..in Tviih :ii
der plant here, was taken up by tho, labor, failed to roali.e that their awn
prosperity is dependent upon tho wel
of the, fare of all classes of tiie community
iter of Hev.j usri however, attr.ch to the great iiiiish.
an alleged 0f eitizens who, though not directly in
etjia Pow-jvolved in tho struggle with capital and
sons and instruction. Moore as the powder company, told tho ixilico he had i and that their rights were bound 1111
honest Irish lad is delightful. The,1"!! approached by a stranger and of-1 with tho rights of every other individ
r.tory in brief: " Chimmie V broth-i fcrcd $1,5(10 to blow up tho gun cotton) mil. Hut, until tho workers themselves
cr Larry is a second srory man and the shed of the plnnt. This report again' r.alio their responsibility and utilize
tool of a French thief, Antoine, valet . aroused the belief that tho Lutheran I ln 11111 collective power, no action,
to Van Courtlandt, n millionaire. The i minister may have been killed because; Kverninciital or altruistic, can work
millionaire's (laughter in a slum work- j of his pro-German statoinents from tin
er who pays visits to tho Bowery, nc- j pulpit and other activities, hut no defi
compnnied by her French niiiid. One j nite clue has yet been found,
dny "Chimmie" de fends a Binall newsie ' 1
from a big tough and is arrested. The fl ? Hf I 1 p
girls witness the affair and aft, r i til 311111 3fl WalSIl SaVS
"Chimmie" iB arreted go to tho po
lice court and have him released,
"Chiininie" then becomes Miss Van
Courtluii'dt's knight and falls in love
with the maid. Miortly after this he
Low Wages Is Cause
(Continued from Page One.')
durtion ami extension of machinery of
saves Miss Vnn C. from a Bowery miiHh- i production by which unskilled workers
er and is given a position ns footman "'".V '" substituted for skilled, and
in tho millionaire's household, and from fll"nll.V mp'd development in the melius
this on the action is cliuckful of I"' r"I" transportation and i iimiui-
langhtcr, gasps, thrills, sorrows, and it J'"1""1' wh'"'l'y privnte capital has
any genuine nnd lusting improvement."
quotes ADraaam .Lincoln.
Tho report quotes Abraham Lincoln:
"To secure to each laborer tho whole,
product of his labor, or as nenrly as
possible, is a worthy subject fur any
good government," and declares: .
" With this lofty ideal for a gonl nnd
under tho inblimo leadership of the
deathless Lincoln, we call upon our cit
izenship, regardless of politics nnd
economic conditions lo use every menns
of agitation, nil avenues of education
nnd every department nnd function of
government to eliniieiite injustices ex-
I pored by this commission to the end
nil ends with "Chiminie," exonerated
been enabled to organizo in great, cor- "liir'"' ".'l'r "'".V '"'eure the wholo
proluct, of bis labor. "
Where You See the Best Pictures"
SUNDAY AND MONDAY-
Charles Frohman presents the Charming
In her foremost success
-THE MORALS OF MARCUS"
A MUSICAL CAREER"
With Chas. Chaplin
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
The International Danscuse in
"THE RUGMAKER'S DAUGHTER"
tv for an offensive against the Ger- years there has been little eastern de-
mniis, although the chances are against j ninnd for the Oregon and Washington
the Slavs being able to develop a coun-; product. ViiIchs the fruit can be (lis
ter attack of their own, Could they! posed of in some manner the growers
do so, the Clermnn right wing might be. face a tremendous loss,
forced into the Pripet and Pinsk marsh-j Kven though Hie bulk of the remain-j
es and the memory of the KaBt Prua-'ing crop is sold during peach week it i
sian reverses would be avenged. : is said the growers will scercely realize!
In turn, the Russians aje approach-; tno cost ot production, cn account ot
ing a (lirticuit. piece or country wnicn mo iow pm-i-s
in a measure is comparable to the lake
district of East Prussia. This is the
water region north of Minsk on both
sides of the Dvina river. I
To avoid the danger of -the lakes i
north of Minsk Grand Duke Nichols
will probably have to exercise careful
strategy, but at the same time the lake
i region will protect his lett flnnK if .no
! holds his line intact and be can retire
upon the Dvina in good order.
; The Dvina front is shorter than any
line tho Kussians have defended. If it
! cannot bo held, Petrograd's fall is in
jevitable unless the Teutons are com
' pelled by events in the west, in tho
Balkans or Turkey to abandon the Rus
' Pittsburg Press: The National Tail
ors' association has decided $1000 a
year is about the right amount for a
i 'man to spend for clothes apparently
forgetting that most of us also t"n-eSccne from ,,The jjoraU f Mnrcus,"
to have a place to sleep and someuiing t Yc Linorty, Sunday and Monday.
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ON ALL THE SCREENS NO CAST LIKE THIS
In "THE ERRING WIFE" is seen the most superb cast of Eminent Dramatic Artists ever assembled,
in a stage success that has stirred New York, Chicago, London, Paris and other great cities.' Read the
following list of Brilliantly Gifted Actors and Actresses appearing in the dramatization of Georges Ohnet's
Famous Novel, "DR. RAMEAU."
FREDERICK PERRY, star of the New York season's most sensational dramatic success, "ON
TRIAL," in his first screen appearance (another William Fox capture); DOROTHY BERNARD, that
peerless and beautiful leading woman; GEORGE ALISON, a truly great actor, in the best work of his
career; STUART HOLMES, most popular of screen favorites, in a characterization of marvelous force
and thrilling intensity; EDITH IIALLOR, strikingbeauty and splendid artiste; JEAN SOTHERN, that be
witching little ingenue, and a Great Big list of other world renowned favorites.
DON'T MISS THIS STRONG PLAY AT THE OREGON TOMORROW.
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priced line, a very suitable rug for any room in the
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