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THE DATLY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON SATURDAY. APRIL 15. 1916,
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iftHS7THE fool's revenge sssysr
Y-rkS WILLIAM POX PROOUCTIOf
"Fools Revenge", at Ye Liberty Sunday and Monday.
In one of the scenes in "The Fool's
Revenge," a William Vox idiotoiilny,
Ruth Findlay, as Ethel Andrews, daugh
ter of a former clown, is kidnapped in
an automobile by Joseph Mendell, War
ner Oland, a wealthy stock promoter.
In the flight the ear' breaks down and
Ethel and Findlay are supposed to be
The driver of the machine was in.
strutted to wreck it at a certain point
in the road on which the camera was
focused. Tho scene was attempted, but
the machine refused to wreck. The ac
tion was repeated; again the machine
refused to wreck. The third time, the
front axle snapped, according to sched
ule, and Miss Findlay and Oland were
thrown out, receiving no make-believe
Guess again. It wasn't that make
i - v 'nr.
Kathlyn Williams starring in .
" The-Ne' er-Do-WeU "
"The-Xe'er-Do-Well," Eex Beach's
masterpiece, is more stirring and color
ful than any of his others. The scenes
are very timely laid in Panama, and it
contains even a greater, more holding
fascination than that of his Alaskan
The hero is Kirk Anthony, a college
graduate, a veteran football player, and
since graduation, the coach of his uni
versity team. On the evening following
a great football victory, the lust of the
season, Kirk and several other men
start out in New York to celebrate.
Late that night, after passing through
a series of curiously exciting incidents,
he finds himself on shipboard, en route
to Panama, and when he awakes, is
without money and without baggage.
During the voyage, Kirk becomes ac
quainted with a woman a Mrs. Stephen
Cortlandt whom ho Icarus to admire
very much. She is really a diplomatic
agent of great influence.
One day, after his arrival in Panama,
nnd after passing through some more
hair-raising experiences, while out hunt
ing, he meets in a forest bower, near
one of the summer residences of the
rich Panamanians, a Spanish girl, who
is known to him only as " Cliiquita."
He falls desperately in love with her,
and tries to discover her identity.
The story of his making pood, of his
winning 'of Chiquitn, despite the
connter-plottings of Mrs. Cortlandt, of
the clearings of his name, and of the
final decisive intervention in Panaman
ian affairs of old Darwin K. Anthony,
is strongly engrossing and varied by
many richly humorous episodes, ('hi
ouita is bv far the most charming fem-
and Edith Cordnndt is an exceedingly
fascinating and convincing type. Last,
but not least, "The Xe'or-Do-Well"
himself you have all read the book
now see him, enacted by Wheeler Oak
man, actually live before you on the
screen virile, magnetic, full of fight
j in one mood humorous, engagiiiB. lull
I of fun in the next. You will always
: look back on an exceedingly pleasant
! and enjoyable evening.
At The (Srnnd, ,'1 .lays, starting Mon
day, April Kth.
I WILL MAKE SILVERTON
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. Olson, of
Fargo, North Dakota, Mrs. Dr. A. W.
, Hanson, or Dawson, .Minnesota, aim ner
! daughter, .Mis-s Adeline Olson, arrived
j in this city Friday evening und will
i make Wilverton their future home.
I Dr. Hanson, a retired physician, will
join his family here in about a month.
Mr. Oison is the new owner of the palm
; confectionery. Dr. and Mrs. Hanson are
the parents of Mrs. Olson. Appeal.
Xew York's "4(10'- is raising a fund
for Europe's nobility. That's right, f.
just plain American people iim't get
their minds off the widows and orphans
and maimed soldiers.
Edna May, Actress and
Millionaires wife, Bids
Adieu to Stage Tomorrow
Xew York, April 15. When Edna
May acts for the benefit of the Actors'
Fund in a special performance at the
Century theatre tomorrow night it will
not only be her first rJublic appearance
in eleven years, but her lust appear
ance on any stage. This announcement
was made by Daniel Frohman, president
of the Actors' Fund, who obtained Miss
May's consent to appear for the fund.
"It will be a farewell not only to the
American stage but to the entire
world," said Mr. Frohman. "Miss May
would never have eonsentedto appear
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ueiore rue puoiie, again exeeui ior me
sake of charity. Her profits from the
moving picture she is now acting for
will ah-0 be devoted to a charitable
cause. She will turn them over to the
allied war sufferers."
Inquiries have been made of Mr. Fro
hman as to whether the actress would
be seen in her famous role from the
"Belle of Xew YorK," but Miss May
has not sung for so long she has de
cided to give something else.
fhe will net in a new one-act play,
written especially for her.
""Miss May closed her professional ca
reer in 11107, when she was married in
London to Oscar Lewinohn, millionaire
Xew Y'oiker. They have made their
Derailment home in England, with in
frequent visits to this country. Her
only appearance on tne stage atter tnnt
was in 1911, when a company in which
she was the only professional played a
week at the Savoy theatre in London
for charity, clearing mmost $20,000.
The Actors' Fund performance at the
Century will have the assistance of
other prominent actors. A tew ot tnem
are Sir Johnston Forbes-ltobertson, now-
making a farewell tour of America,
Mme. Xnzimnva, who will appear in a
new playlet on the divorce question by
George W. Middleton and Marie Dress
ier. BROOKS BASEBALL TEAM WINS
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rORGOT HIS LEOS
Dallas, Ore., April 13. Vpon
the arrival of his two legs to-
day, the body of I'eter Friesen
was buried at 11 o'clock.
Friesen was struck by a train
near Pan Francisco and lioth
4c legs cut off. The railroad com-
$ imny sent the body to his home
here, but neglected to ship the
$ legs. The funeral was postponed
$ -until this morning, when a rail-
road employe, carrying the legs,
SILVERTON'S NEW SANITARIUM
The hospital built in Silverton by Dr.
Brewer, of Salem, has been painted,
papered and thoroughly disinfected and
is now ready to receive patients.
Drs. Heiidey, who formerly had of
fices in the United States Xationnl
Bank building in Salem, are in charge
of tiie new sinitarium. They expect
to specialize in obstetrics and besides
giving their patients the hest of care,
the rates will be so reasonable that
many will avail themselves of this op
portunity. They will also receive non contagious,
acute and chronic cases, such as pneu
monia, typhoid, rheum itism, paralysis,
kidney, liver and stomach troubles.
Osteopathic manipulation will consti
tute the principle treatment given. Hy
dropathy including electric light baths,
lieteties, and other rational methods
will also be used. Drugs will not be
used as a curative agent. Results will
beobtained by preventing the pitient
from eating and ('.linking food that will
make bad combinations, which cause
p-oisous to form, resulting in many dis
orders. The later idea of preventing disease,
in place of wholesale drugging, is rec
ognized by the more progressive among
both physicians ami patients.
The treatment in tho larger and more
successful institutions is the treatment
of elimination, in place of the uso of
poisonous drugs to kill the disease.
Poisonous drugs are too often the cause
of the patients death, instead of tiie
The use of surgery will be employed
only when other measures have faded.
Specialists in this line will be secured
from Salem and Portland.
OF SILVERTON MILL
Youngest Stage Star
Coming to the Oregon
Little Mary Miles Minter, the young
est star of the stage or screen will be
men here at the Oregon on Sunday and
Monday, in "Lovely Mary," a live
act Metro wonderplny produced by the
I'olumbia Picture Corporation. Miss
Minter is supported by a strong and
capable cast, including Thomas J. Car
rigan, Schuyler Ladd, Ferd TidmarsU,
Frank De Vernon and Harry Blacke
Miss Minter, who is just fourteen, has
been on the stage since she was five
years old. She made her debut with
Xat Goodwin in "Cameo Kirby," but
is perhaps best known to theatregoers
tor her remarkable perlormance in
"The, Littlest Rebel" in which she was
supported by Dustin and William
harnnni. Miss Minter also appeared in
"The Warrens of Virginia," and played
with such stars as Mrs. Leslie tarter,
Mrs. Fiske, Robert Hillard and E. II.
Despite her success on the speaking
stage, she has achieved a greater suc
cess in motion pictures. Sinco joining
the .Metro, torces she has appeared in
such screen masterpieces as " Emmy of
Stork's Xest," "Barbara Frietch'ie,"
"Alwavs in The Way" and "Dimples."
The storv of "Lovely Mary" is one of
the Southlund and most of the scenes
were photographed in the picturesque
Everglades of Florida.
The famous Brooks baseball team
pulled off another of their famous
stunts on their diamond last Sunday,
by defeating tho Alt. Angel college
team, the score being Brooks, 2; Alt.
Ai.gci, 1. It wa u very fast game
from tt.irt to finis!,, notwithstanding
the severe (ale from Hie south. Both
l.att'iica Acre it, rue trim and plnyed
t win I'roetcr, lovmi, who was
"it. hiiig for the lirci-lis team, crippled
his in-: i up so stiffly in the third in
ning he bad to be relieved. Fred AIo
b.u. was '.al.'ed to the box niiu pitched
A -n nt 'u'.: game lor the ii -V six innings.
l'.r.io:,s will pl-iy a return game on the
Mt. Ai.L d d:.inii id Sunday. April Hi,
and will cross bats with the Harriman
club of l'oitland, on Snnduy, April 2:1,
at. Brooks. Gervais Star.
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PITTSBURG KIDS TO
GET HALF THEIR SAV- .
- INGS BACK FROM DE
FUNCT BANK TODAY
It is i.lnted that the Silver Falls Tim
ber company v'A) he ready to begin the
construction of tlicil new mill in this
city next Monday, and that they will
put abu'it two luiud.ed men at work on
the job in orfder to misten matters as
much as possible? Men are coming to
Silverton from all parts of the west in
pursuit of work nearly every day, and
the city is taking on a remarkably ac
tive appearance. Three families nioved-i
here trom Salem last week and one
from Portland. A Salem man stated to
a Tribune representative Saturday that
ho knew of 10 more families in that
city who contemplated moving to Sil
verton. Xearly every vacant house in
tho city has been engaged and new
houses are being erected to accommo
date the new population. It has been
predicted that at least two hundred
houses will be erected here during the
The number of business houses in the
city is not sufficient to meet the de
mand at. present, and it is believed that
numerous store buildings will be erect
ed before full.
Silverton has never before hnd such a
spirit of activity, and it is certainly on
couraging to the residents who have
used every possible effort to make this
the best town in the Willamette valley.
HUBBARD HOSPITAL NOTES
Air. and Ars. James AL'KMlop have a
baby girl, born at their home southeast
of town on Sunday, April 2.
Born, to Air. nnd Airs. Elmer T. Arc
Timmons, a girl, Sunday, April 0, in
the maternity ward.
Born, to Air. and At8. Edgar T.
Pierce of Aurora, a boy, Thursday,
April ti, in the maternity ward.
Hazel Mills, daughter of F. K. Anils,
is improving from an attack of gastric
Six patients were over from Alt. An
gel for treatment the past week.
Miss Sadie Bents, of Fargo, has been
very iow with throat trouble, but is im
Cannard spent two days the forepart
of the week in Portland.
Lawrence Weiss, who has been sec
tion foreman at Prntum is now located
at Neaberg, where ho has charge of a
Dr. Hickman was called to the home
of Wm. Weidner Sunday to see his five
year old son, who had been poisoned
oy eating toadstools for mushrooms.
He will recover.
Deed to S3d acres of land about four
miles west of Hubbard sold by Frank.
Buskcy and Elizabeth Buskcy to J. B.
Kennedy for $14,14 was recorded Satur
day at the office, oi County Recorder
Mrs. Ij. Touiadc and granddaughter.
Aliss Violet Xys, of Portland, and Ted
Poujade and -son of Salem, were Ger
vais visitors Sunday. Airs. I.. Poujade
and Aliss Xys returned homo Monday
At a meeting of loganlierry growers
at Hopmere last week in view of ef
fecting an organization along the lines
of the hop growers' association. Al
bert Egan was elected president, and
Joseph La Follette secretary by the
Aliss Lucile Culsforth entertained n
number of her friends at her country
home Tuesday evening. Five hundred
being the motif of the party. Gnbric
De.lardin havcing high si-ore and
Frank Cannard rcceiveing the consola
tion. Dainty sweets were served bv
Mrs. Cutsfoith und ut a late hour the
Last Times Today
WALLACE REID in
4 The only place in town where
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you can, see
3 mrmmM (.
guests took their departure votirg
Miss Lucile a charming hostess. Star.
Let tho Capital Journal Xew Todr7
j Column put your dollars on the right
l track. ,
In -T r-ilim"- ntf'miTi- iiirn-trMnir mn -irtnir
(By I'nited Press.)
Pittsburg, Pa., April 13.
Thousands of Pittsburg boys
ami girls were delighted today
when they got back half the
savings that they thought were
lost forever when the Pittsburg
Bank fur Savings failed last De
cember. Whether the bank pays
it or not, the kids also will get
back the other half of their
savings because Henry C. Frick,
the millionaire steel man, has
pledged himself to see that none
of the boys and girls, most of
whom have none too much of
this world's goods anyhow, loses
a penny by the bank 's failure.
Glenn Smith, of Jefferson, was visit
ing here Friday and Saturday.
The Sisters of this place made u, busi
ness trip to Salem Saturday returning
home the same clay.
Air. and Airs. B Pi'ange were viit
ing at the F. A. Bell home Sunday even-
State superintendent of schools
Churchill and County Superintendent
Smith tniid our school n pleasant visit
Friday. Jle praised the pupils for the
fine success thev ban nan with their
penmanship and also gave them some
valuable pointers in regard to tMe next
eighth grade examination work.
George 11. Hell is having his house
wired. Air. Johnston is doing the
E. 0. S'iegmiind of Fern Ridge was
trading with Sublimity merchants Sat
(.'has. H. Tlottingei and family motor
ed to Salem Saturday with W. H. Down
Sing in his " Unii-k Six.'' While enrmite
Mr. II. pur Imsed a new "Hoick Six''
from Mr. Downing.
J. A. Ditter left Tuesday on u rnssi
ness trip to Portland.
Frank Koccr spent the fori part of
the week visiting friends lit Oregon
City Stay ton Stimdard.
WILL ERECT NEW BUILDING
Air. and AIVs. G. A. Voder moved to
Stamford, South Dakota, Tuesday aft
ernoon to make theoir home.
Ralph Harris, of Montana, formerly
of Hubbard, is a guest of his grand
mother, Airs. Sarah Barrett.
Mrs. F. C. Butler went to Portland
Wednesday on account of tho illness
of her little granddaughter.
E. Werner shipped a fine Holstein
animal by express last week to Chelo
quin parties, near Ft. Klnmath.
Afrs. Judith Alillei, of Portland, and
Arr. Frank Miller, of Aurora, were visit
ing relatives in Hubhard Tuesday.
Alessrs. Paulsen, Dodge, Geo. Wolfer
and AI. B. Kromling went to Salem
Monday to take out nnturuli.ation pa
pers. Jake Eberhard arrived in Hubbard
from Sulem Wednesday to work at the
gravel pit on Pudding river that Levi
Erb is getting ready to operate. While
here he will make his home with hu
sister, Arm. Ella Coyle.
Lost Saturday Air. nnd Airs. C. W.
Alayger motored to Aurora nnd when
they were Tendy to return Mr Afn.yger
cranked his car in the same old way,
but it lucked back, hcraking his right
arm close to the wrist. Dr. B. F. Oeisy
reduced the fracture very soon after
and the injured member is getting on
Mr. and Airs. J. T. Bingham and
daughters, Alurthu and Clara, left Mon
day for their home in Superior, Alio
nesota, after two weeks pleasantly
spent nt the home of Air. and Airs. M.
B. Hester. Air. Bingham said that every
member of his family had been very
much benefited in health in the short
time they were here. Enterprise,
WILLIAM R TOOKER
IN A WILLIAM FOX FEATURE
ONE OF THE GREAT SUCCESSES OF SUCH
STARS AS BOOTH, BARRETT AND IRVING
Let The Capital Journal print your
sale bills and other job printing.
T. J. Davis hus decided to build a
one story ce"ment block building on his
lot which lies between the Masonic Tem
ple nr.d the Silverton Auto company, on
First 'street. G. E, Anderson will erect
the building and will commence work
either the last of this week or the first
of next. The building when completed
will be occupied by the Silverton Auto
company, tney requiring the additional
room for the expansion of their busi
ness. S'i ci ton Appeal.
Air. and Mrs. Jos. Niithmnii and Air.
and Airs. Jos. Mangold motored to Sa
Airs. Jos. Aliingold and Miss Fiances
Becker were visitors to the Capital City
Miss Afnrgnret Xusom, of Brooks,
spent Saturday nnd Sunday nt the How
Mrs. AInrk Long, of Portland, visited
over Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Mer
Miss Marie Mangold and Airs. Frank
r ,x r iim iiwfi-i iiti iMn -rwi iHnwiinithMiaii idim
The Great Railroad Film
Novel featuring the fearless
Helen Holmes, to be started
at the Bligh Theatre soon.
In a Six-Reel Feature
Not a Serial
By Augusta Evans Wilson
MARY FULLER The Beauty Screen Favorite
in "MADAM CUBIST"
AB,S R8 IfZM Sunday
Double OlwIOi 1 an(J
Program THEATRE Monday
Last Times Today FREDEDER1CK WARDE in
FATTY ARBUCKLE and MABEL NORMAND
In a Keystone Comedy never shown Here Before
Today Only BLIGH THEATRE Today Only
S. & C. EMPRESS
Grand Theatre Sunday
VARIETIES Or VAUDEVILLE
WORLD'S CHAMPION JUMPER
Sam J. Curtis
The 19th Hole
A Bid MUSICAL COMEDY
10 PEOPLE 10
MONOLOGUE AND SAXAPHONE
"WATCH THE BALL''