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THE DAILY CAPITAL .TQt ftNAL. SALEM, OREGON. SATURDAY, MAR. 4, 1916.
Another Big Show
EMPRESS S. & C. VAUDEVILLE
Carl & Rheil Simpsons
Essence of Refinement in Song Comedy Playlet
and Dance. "HIS WIFE"
Harry Sterling Musical Kuehns
VERSATILE ENTERTAINER Singing, Yodeling and Violin
Geo. Lee and Girls
"AT THE GOLF LINKS" A Big Musical Comedy . Offering.
GRAND THEATRE SEfSSg
ft Five ftct Metro-Wonder Play
Home of Paramount Pictures
Sunday YE LIBERTY Monday
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Francis X. Bushman, an old favorite of the Salem movie fans, who is appear
ing in "Man and His Soul" at Ye Liberty theatre next Sunday and Monday.
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paiii nrr.Mnnrr in
A Beautiful Colored Feature
"THE SHRINE OF
and a Specially Selected Comedy
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
KING OF LAUGH MAKERS
MISS MARJORIE BURKE in SHADOWGRAPHS
That Create Wonder and Amusement
Regular House Pictures
A Dollar Show for a Quarter
LAUGH WITH SANTANELL1 PRICES 15c-25c
THREE DAYS OEY-MGN, TUES, WEDNESDAY
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Musical Kuehns, appearing on the Empress Vaudeville Show at the Grand
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x-President McKinley, the man who
had faith in Al Jennings.
SNOWING IN PORTLAND
Portlan.l, Or., Miir. 4. Snow fell
throughout the nin'lit. And Portland liiy
under a white Maiiliet this morning.
This is the first Mn re h snowfnll in I'ort
land for many years.
Last Times Today
Big Equitable Feature
Today and Tomorrow
'BEATING BACK" APPEALS
. TO THE LADIES
Al Jennings, erstwhile bandit train
robber, convii t, and later lnwyer-poli-
i tieian, and a leiding candidate for
jrovernor of Oklahoma, was the pnest
of honor at a banquet in New York
given by New York's Four Hundred at
whiih there were ladies and gentlemen
of nobility, Ameriean millionaires, and
miny other persons of prominent name
When tho Million Dollnr linsc Garden j
t'neatre otened in New York, Oetober.
first, these same ladies and gentlemen
made a ruh with thousands of others
to see Jennings himself in what the
critics call n masterpiece photo drama,
"Boating Back,'' in six reels.
And it might bo interesting to ad.l
that the scale of admission prices on
liroadway to see this piure was up to
one dollnr while in our city Maniger
I.nflar of the Oregon theatre has ar
ranged to snow this unusual production
Sunday and Monday at very much low
New Today ads costs you less than
you think worth more than yna
Last Times Today
"MY LADY INCOG"
Home of Paramount Pictures I" i
'PEG O' MY HEART" TONIGHT
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"Dc Luxe!' Hats for six dol
lars last fall, we had reason
to think that some people
raised their eyebrows and
Some old fossils had im
agined that a Chinese five
dollar wall existed in hat
dom forgot that the world
was moving. Well, we sold
six dollar hats not a large
quantity, perhaps, but
enough to require us to sev
eral times re-order.
The new spring blocks of
this "De Luxe" quality arc
here. Perhaps you are one
of the men who feel you arc
entitled to the best.
167 Commercial St.
FLORENCE MARTIN PEG 0' MY HEART
Vied i Tildeu, who is playing the , fits the role of tho baronet ailniir
leading male role of Jerry in Oliver ably. Mr. Tilden has been n successful
Morosco's -successful nnd farewell pro- ! I'nd.ng man having playe, engagcinenlg
, .. ,, , ,, I here with illuini 11. (rune, Henry
duchon, "Peg O' My Heart," was en- , WlUvr , ;;., Au,.u, ,,,, ,,,
Drew, Mine. N'aziinovn nnd -Henrietta
Ciosnmn, at the (Iriind tonight.
magic a part of his entertainment.
Miss Marporio Ltuiko, a member of
gaged especinlly by Manager Morocco
tor his remarkable personality which
HYPNOTIST IS COMING !
Manager l!l:;;h has ai'ranged for San- '
tanelli, the muster hypnotist, and his1
company to appear i:t the llli:;li tiieatro
for three dava, beginning Monday, I
March (i. :
Santanelli's niclhods are diri'erent '
front any other hypnotist now before'
the public. Iteing the only psychologist
understanding the why ind wherefore!
of the human mind he will not resort to ;
the huncuin of tito inonoy-buek in order j
to gain favor in the opinion of tho pub- J
lie, but instead takes his audience into;
his confidence and tells tlient what hyp-!
nosis really is when sifted down to a
basis of common sense.
Being the author of "Tho Law of
Suggestion," ho knows more about tho
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giving of suggestions than nnv in in liv
ing, in which lies trie nrt of hypnotism, '
thereby enabling him to obtain start-;
ling direct results. To appreciate tins ;
one must watch closely the facial ex
pression of the subjects.
Mr. Santanelli carries no "horses."!
His performance is given with local
young men of reputable charicter who,
are put to "stunts" Irom which whom
some, clean fnu is extracted,
Suntnnelli first entered the theatrical
profession as a magician. While he did
not. practice it publicly for many years,
niany hours each week were devoted to.
it in the priv lev of his hotel, purely
for tho love of it. It is only since tho I ' .
moving pictures drove him from the!"'" Santanelli company, is considered
opera houses that he has again made ono of the cleverest ex ents of digi-
I tat ion hclore hte public.
Mignon Anderson who appears in '
"Beating Back" at the Oregon
Sunday and Monday. j
Xo piny that contains the pathos, the
ipuiint humor, and delightful situations
as docs, "Peg O' My Ueirt" can fail
to please, and when it is announced
that it will lie presented here it is sure
to arouse the enthusiasm of all theatre
goers who love a story of this nature.
At the Grand tonight.
ROCKPIXE IS SHf
Portlind, Or., Mar. 4. "Send us
more prisoners. We can't operate on
the number we have now."
Thus pleaded the superintendent, of
Portland's rock pile to city officials to
day. The city is thinking of borrowing
county prisoners to keep the rock pile
going. Two years ngo city prisoners
kept two rock piles going full blast.
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NOT A MOVI.'IG PICTURE
Seats Now Belling.
Prices $1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c.
Curtain Rises 8:45
The Life Story of Al Jennings, one time Cowboy,
Lawyer, Bandit-Now one of the Country's Most
Useful Citizens. Complete in 6 Parts. A Bandit
Story for Respectable Audiences. Remember
TWO DAYS ONLY SUNDAY AND MONDAY
Each Day - - 10c
Evenings - 20c
will ho shown in ad
dition SUNDAY ONLY