THE DAILY CAPITAL .i RNAL, SALEM, OREGO" SATURDAY, MAY 6, 1916. FIVE r Sunday - Win. Fox Uiolef Horner IN The Marble Heart BY BERNARD Staged under Ihe super vision of HERBERT BRENON Taken in the West Indies a Drama Depicting the tortures of Guilty Con science. s Special Orchestra Music ncaiuu t cuius vuicnoou Vaudeville DECON MOGNENI Famous Gypsey Tenor in Native Costume MANKIN ; Tn Frog Man '' Special Scenery Fatty Arbackle In a Keystone Comedy Mutual Masterpicfare Last Times TODAY ' czzii:::;::, ;;- , i ffiammoun& 1 1 Last Times Today CONSTANCE COLLIER IN THE CODE of MARCIA GRAY Pathe Weekly SPECIAL ORCHESTRA MUSIC New Today Ada wort while you Bleep will have result for you in the morning. OREGON Last lhanceBilly Burke in ' .y !s-' Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Drew in a Comedy Monday Presents CEAPIK Special Orchestra . Music Former Dallas Boy Arrested In Portland (Capital Journal Special Service.) Dallas, Or., Mav 6. Arthur Serr, a j son of Henry Serr, formerly proprietor I of the Gail Hotel, wan arrested in Port land, Monday night following a joy riilo on the Base line road when the machine in which they were riding up I net and one of the girl members of tho party was seriously injured, Serr was driving the car at the time of the ac cident. Bicycle Theft Caught. Sheriff .7. W. Orr and 1 E. Davis were at Liberty, Marion county, the first of the week -and arrested Ernest Karl, a, former resident of this city who was accused of "stealing a bicycle from the Davis store about three weeks ago. The boy who is about 17 years of age was tried before Justice Hardy Holman on Wednesday -and fined $20, hut was released on his promise to pay tho amount on installments as lie is able to earn the money. The tolcn machine SEE HELEN HOLMES AND Pearl White IN THE 'Iron Every Tuesday - Wednesday U TONIGHT IN U IB Tomorrow and Monday VALLI VALLI LISH ACTRESS IN "Her Debt of .-Honor" A METRO WONDERPLAY New Orepa Orchestra SUNDAY EVENING Li I ti I . i A , I The Supreme', "Mary Pickfotd," in an usual role of laughs and tears at Ye Thursday. was also recovered and returned to Mr. Davis. Receive X-Ray Machine. Dr. U A. Bollmiin and Dr. V. C. Staats received this week a fine new X-Bay machine of the latest and most modern sttyle for use in their office n the Dallas National Bank building. )iiiiiiitiilililliliiilHliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiini I CREIGHTON HALE f Fiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin . A f ' Appeaxinf in "The Iron Claw" serial at the Bligh theatre every Tuesday nd Wednesday with Pearl White and Sheldon Lewis of Ihe famous "Elaine Trio." Government Employ Dismissed As Traitor Washington, May fi. Ernest Brunc.k en, assistant registrar of the copyright division of the library of congress, was dismissed today for making statements derogatory to President Wilson and the United States. He was formerly eity attorney of Milwaukee. Bruncken had been under investigation for ten days. "Wilson is a traitor," is one of his alleged statements. Ho was also charged with saying: "beside Wilson, Benedict Arnold was a patron saint. America is the tail of British civiliza tion. The mouthpiece of Grent Britain is going to speak today." This was said, it was claimed, the day Wilson went to address congress ou the submarine issue. When the Lusi tania was stink with terrible loss of life, Bruncken is alleged to have cried: "Let the good work go on." OVERTON HAWGOOD WEDDING Thursday afternoon at Senttlo Mr. J. C. Overton, of Oklahoma City, Okla homa, and Mrs. Jennie Hawgood were mimed and are expected to arrive in Hubbard Friday afternoon. The wed dine was a quiet affair, only a few close Hubbard friends knowing of the approaching marriage. The contract ing parties are enjoying the afternoon of life and those who know them best wish them a pleaBint journey through life. Mr. Overton has extensive hold ings in California and it is thought they will make their home near Los Angeles Hubbard Enterprise. pTrjT i Em Monday Only -Strange Case of Mary Page V J I MARY PICKFORD - in - POOR LITTLE PEPPINA extraordinary cnaracterization, an un Liberty Tuesday, Wednesday and OERVAI3 ImOTES Zcno Schwab and wife are the happy parents of a 12 1-2 pound boy, born Hay 1. Mrs. Kueenc Mnlo returne.l one dny last week from a two weeks' visit with relatives at t'hohalis, Wash. Mrs. Bat Powers, who recently mi dcrwent an operation for nasal 'trouble, returned Saturday evening Miss Rita Keppinger went to I'orval lis Wednesday to visit her sister, Vera, who is attending 0. A. O. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Crawford, of Albany, are visiting ot the home of ..Irs. Crawford's parents. They came down the Willamette river in their gasoline launch, landing ftt Varfield. H. D. Mars and wife became the owners last week of the Herman Fick ens place, which they have been occupy ing for the past four rears, getting a deed from Mary Hunter Pearson. Postmaster August Huckenstein and son, August, of Salem, were in Gervais Tuesday for a short time. The young man looking after cigar business and the tather was enjoying a motor trip. Sister Mary Ptrpetua (Millie Weiss) arrived in Gervais Saturday to visit her father, John Weiss, jshe was accom panied by Sister Superior I.ouis of the St. Paul Academy, where she will recu perate for a few months. Mr. Georgo Cogle, who has been spending the winter in Gervais, expects to lenvo Sunday for Haines, Alaska, where he has extensive interests, Mrs. Vogel will remain here with her moth er, Mrs. C. St ravens, during the sum mer. Star. - CANBY FAIR RACES The Clackamas 1'otitity Fair will be held at Canby, Septernier IS, 1, 2! and 21, There will be a lacing pro gram wach diy as follows: JSeptember 18, first day, 2:30 trot, mile heats, two iu three, purse, $li")0; half mile run, purse ij7."i. September 19, eecond day: 2:l!i pace mile heat, two in three, purse. $200; free for all trot, mile heat, two in three purse, $200; one mile run, purse $100. September 20, third dny: 2: IS trot mile heat, two in three, purse $200; free for all pace, mile heat, two in throe, purse $200; 3-4 mile run, purse ($100. I September 21, fourth dny: T'rec for iall, mile heat, two in three, first and second money, winner previous d lys barred, .purse l.0; 3-8 mile'run, handi - enp, purse $100; .one-ball mile run, ber of the Ford pence party, is seriously beaten horses, purse $50. ) ill. She suffers from tuberculosis of "' i the kidneys, with diabetic, eomplica- DR. SHAW TO BE AT DONALD ( tionll. i.10f(.sor Kmily G. Balch, of t Wclleslcy college, who was Miss Ad Dr. Tnomns Shaw, chief agriculturist , !,' alternate us n member of Henry of the creat Northern and Oregon Elec-j j-'oril 's permanent neutral pence con trie will give a series of lectures on ; f,,r(.ncl,( ni(. ,yym Addams health agriculture in the Willamette valley is in a ,,r,.(.arious condition, but it is commencing May Hi, at Don.Ud, Ore- mu(;u ,)(,lt(,r t linti it has been. Jt is .. ,, .,, , , , 'hoped that a few more months of rest The meeting at Donald will be held ,, treatment will enable her to n.a..e in rue nan oi ine oniiK uuii.ting at i tl.n nO..iinn C..l,tn..fa C o'clock in the afternoon. Subjects of vital importance, will be taken up by Dr. Shaw, and every farmer should at tend. A 46-DAY DROUTH , ' L . , San Francisco, May 0. Rain began falling here today for the first time in 45 days, an unprecedented period f drouth for this season. According to Hie forecaster, tho precipitation extends along the seaconst from this city north - ward. He predicts that there will be, rain in the Son Joaquin valley tonight,' ioko nrm here reeentlf.-, while but fair weather is looked for here to-,,.rH:,j,, ,i nutoniobile, was here Snt- inorrow. unlay, having Dr. Giesy, who reduced 1 1 ' itho fracture, fxaniine the arm, which is makiim satisfactory progress. I B. J, Grimm, ono of the pioneers of journal new ioaay Ads tte- liver the Eoods. it V S ' : "A ktMTi CEH FSrOM "W OIBT OF HONOR". Featurine Valll Valli. the noted Eniilbh Salem Club Will Be Hosts To 0. A. C. Cadet Band I Ti,o !., i ii. ,., t ii, ...V . ...... V l IU Oregon Agricultural I'uMege is com posed of some 0 students in attendance from Salem and its approximate vicin itv. A large majority of the members are alumni or Kaieui High school. Tho members of this club have conceived the idea of bringing home a small por tion of the enjoyable features of col lege life to their friends, now under graduates of Salem High school. This is being brought about by bringing the famous O. A. ('. Cadet Bund to Salem on the evening of May lth to furnish music for a dance to bo givn on that evening at the Armory in honor of the Senior class of the high school. This: class is composed of 110 members and! it is the hope of their hosts tnat each one will find it possible to be present on this occasion. The cadet baud is composed of 40 1 pieces Had every member iias proven himself a master on many occasions; which they have been before the public. ; In a letter to Mr. l' A. Holmes, mnu-j ager of the band, Mr. (!co. M. llyland, ! managing secretary of the Oregon Ciuu-' mission 1'. 1. f. E. in extending the np I precintion of the commission for the ! services rendered in the Oregon Huild- ing, says, " We have had no more sat ' isfaetory music since the opening of the Exposition, and the most favorable comment has been heard from Exposi tion officials and musical critics gen erally. II was indeed fortunate for us that we had the opportunity to secure your valuable services during your stay in San Francisco. The Cadet Band is nil organization of many years standing and the vigorous military training and daily rehearsals have produced a military band equal, to !niJV ; n,e West. The bands' director, (.'apt. H. L. Beard, has been in charge of the band for nearly ten years. Prior to his period he was connected with some of the best military bands of the United States' army. A concert will preceed the dance, be ginning at 8 o'clock nnd no doubt the thirty piece organization will make our big Armory vibrate with a class of music that will be a real trcnt to the people o' Salem. JANE ADDAMS SUil'ERS FROM SERIOUS ILLNESS ( C j JANE P) DDR MS Jliw, j,,no Addams. the famous soci 1 ologist of Chicago and prominent mcm- tl,e inurn(,y ,0 utocklinlm for the . ' . . ing conference on intcruntinntil pence. AURORA NEWS NOTES Joaquin Miller went to Portland re cently to take an examination for pro- motion to the position of station agent ,,,, wi ()np of ,,, fi.st 0.lnillRBi Frnll( Wrightii,an was here Tuesday , from Sulem on business. He met many oM f, ionl while here, among tiiem fw W. M. Miley, Dr. H. (liesv nnd ;0. w. Frv, A. II. Will nnd others. c W Mnvwrn. nf llnbbnr.l. wlm frithis section, wis in the city Friday, fr ririm t t;m ,i t..,l tn bnil.l ir'n flti,l l!.-n in own l.nt. hits f illllllv decided to remuin on the old honio- h a. t artrein t th nrnirnn tnniorrnw Tuesday. Wednesday iiMiywi Ye LIBERTY Theatre in an Unusual -Role of Laughs and Tears. An Extraordinary!, unaracienzatlon in IImary " A 1V111 V 111 POOR LITTLE PEPPINA BY FAMOUS PLATERS FILM CO.-BEST Listen ! for the big 40 Piece Band r"iJ"" v r nkntii m m tkm mm MhmmM Will give the annual play in honor of Fairy Court 'May .Day Fete' Ev m mmm wi m m w m,1 "m ' "I wn 'M nm m ij m mmmmti mm mm w m thw w mm 9 m Assisted by the . PORTLAND JUVENILE BAND Grand Theatre SATURDAY EMPRESS '" - ;''''v.i" 1 I WIWIWi'Wii i( HII..t-W WWW f" HMir'.!-nfK.-- .. nwws,- iWrm... rn" t,-)--rw K -r ' 'i I mimmmimt , ' nr mirr im in ictufaaniami 1 1 Mn-f -ni firm if i r 'i ' -nrf-T i fTftir.JT"' Russell Brothers and Mealey COMEDY TRAMPOLINE ACT Gorman Brothers la Their Own Song Creations , Hoyt, Stein and Daly "LftUGHTER" SUNDAY ONLY Matinee at 2:30 !BLI1 THEATRE stead where the family is so comfort ably situated.' Saturday evening May 0, thlre will lie some of tho best films ever shown here, at Sim's theatre. Don't fail to see t lie Kiinawny Box Car, Adam's An cestors, Too linen for a (told Mine, jinl I Selig rnhu.io No, 11. All lino lea I tlll'CS, S and 10 CCIltS. I'na Temple No. 'JO, Pythian Sisters was especially honored last week Wed nesday evening in having present their supreme chief, Mrs. Corn A1. Dnvis, who 'as grand chief, instituted Temple, sixteen veins ago. A I'na h'rge number of meoibeis were 111 ittcioliiiice nnd Arinn Temple of llnliliurd was also well represented. A find banquet was ono of tlm Piter features of the evening's session, Observer. UNION HILL NOTES. , , Miss Ida Denny spent tho week end with homo folks in Sulem, Mrs. (iilmour and onughters Stella, fetha, Pdyth and Bernico spent scv - GOOD FOR 100 VOTES Mary Page Contest OREGON THEATRE Name Contest Closes May 10 ii -PARAMOUNT ARE ALWAYS u Z7 The Salem Fairy Court Juvenile iiml Am mat nut ma mi m m mi m! Evening 7 and 9 1 ernl days" at Victor Point visiting relu- fives this weak. -Air. ami Mrs. Walter Hcutor and son Ronald motored to Suleni Nntuhluy. The wedding dance given at the Hoy Mollet home .Saturday night was well attended. There was ((iiite :i uuuiher there from Stnyton including Mr. nnd Mrs. James Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Ployd Crulitrce and son Dale and .Miss Jessie Thomas. Of course everyone had a good timo finite a number from this di.itriit attended the drama lit V ictor Point on I Sntiii'iliiy evening turn said they got their money's worth. r lln, Adolph Heater motored tn 'Slavton Siindn y. ! v. J). Hurt" and wife spent Stimbiy nt t10 w. K.Tate lioine. Stavtou Muil. m SUED rORD TOR $100,000 I Washington, May C The nnvv league 1 ,m)uv eu(1 n0UTy y0rd for $100,000, charging thlit he published in advertise- m,,ts statements " libelous and detain- itorv" to tho organization. May 13 u Monday. s t.