Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, November 04, 1916, Page SEVEN, Image 7

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    THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, NOV. 4, 1916.
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Two Days Only
OREGON
Two Days Only
SUNDAY AND MONDAY ONLY
BILLIE BURKE in "GLORIA'S ROMANCE"
Chapters 16 and 17
NOTICE "Gloria's Romance" will not be shown Tuesday on account of election returns
LIONFL BARRYMORE in "THE UPHEAVAL"
. w ....-.., , A Five-Act Metro of Power and Supreme Suspense
Continuous Show Sunday VAUDEVILLE Your Money's Worth, Always
THE JOHANN SISTERS-PIANO and CELLO
Matinee 10c Evening 15c
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BOARD OF CONIROL
State Institutions File Reports
and Submit Budgets and
Estimates
I The following is the list of institu-
tious aud the cost per capital for Octo
ber: Oregon State hospital, 1,591, $15.
;04; penitentiary, 455, $18.37; feeble
minded school, 318, $10; boys' training
school, 117, $24.1)5; tuberculosis sanntor
jinm, 77, $31.58; school for the blind,
3, $33.70; school for the deaf, 98, $25.
63; industrial school for girls, 52, $22.
:82; and the old soldiers' home, 1U2, $17.-
63.
ried, was taken up by the board. The
advisory committeo of which Lola G.
Baldwin is chairman, recommended that
she be returned to the school. However,
on an opinion rendered last week by the
attorney general, it is held that a girl
automatically becomes of age by her
marriage, and accordingly she was held
not to come under the school jurisdic
tion. The board of control, on learning
the opinion of the attorney general, dis
missed the recommendation. Keuarding
The report of Superintendent Steiner ' nr.. u I: JL..
. . , - t , . . . . i aiaiciucuis V4. Jill, uuuniua luai. luo
of the state hospital showed that the i ; .., ,. : lrt ...;, mU- ,.
patients had raised on the farm lands ! Jicd and that a.onian of Allja gwore
cultivated 21,355 bushel of potatoes, 5,- ,,. 18 thfl boarfl ,,:.,', .,
.Keports of the heads of the vario-ra uuu noxes oi appies ami iJ tons or arieq BUe take up the matter of prosecuting
. ... f m n 1 prunes. The girls' industrial school also .:,!, Hal st mil n,noon;.T,. on
state institutions for the month of Oc-;' dc, BOO(i .howine in the Prowini? of ? e H,U' Prosecuting attorney
to,K, were made to the board of control ; 7 V S iTbany woZi'ho aided a
yesterday afternoon at its regular stated that if the vegetables had been,CB ,'0 Vancouver to be married was
monthlymecting and it was shown that . M a ia rk et P"c?8 t h ey would have, d o( in Bimilar llianncr.
tte average cost of the 3,305 wards in !BmT resignation of James Neil ns
mo average iiim oi ' ' mended by the board for the showng ' : bt t h t th . t . it , ft.
the 10 state institutions was $22.47 I mBde. , nigatwaanman at tne state Hospital alt-
, , . . i .' .. ... . . ... ter a period of service extending over
each. The eastern Oregon branch of he The question of the returning of Almp. 35 wa tcn(lcred t0 the boad
state hospital was tho lowest with $lo.-, Boork, who run away from the girls' in-; terJ The rcagon for tle r6si aion
0:1 P cnl"tn- .lustrinl school to Albany and got mar-ig iv'en as health whi(.h Brevenl8
ms performing tho duties incumbent on
him. Dr. Mteiner suggested that the
vacant position be given to an interne
who would bo able to handle the medi
cal work at night also. He proposed
to give it to a student of the University
of Oregon medical school, who would
appreciate the $100 per month the job
carries.
Dr. A. T- Steiner, dentist at the hos
pital, also tendered his resignation as
ho wishes to enter private practice. Al
though he received a very flattering of
fer from the University of Missouri
Poultryman Wilcox consented to remniu
as superintendent of poultry. He re
ceives a salary of $1,200 per year.
An additional $1,000 was allowed Su
perintendent Tillinghast of the, school
for the deaf for maintenance of the
pupils above the budget he had prov-
LIONEL BARRYMORE AND
STRONG- CAST IN
"THE UPHEAVAL"
"Battle Scene'
and 14.
from "The Birth of a Nation" coming to the Grand Nov. 13
Lionel Bnrrvmore, the famous Metro
star, supported by Marguerite Skirvin
and an exceptionally strong cast, in
the five part feature, "Tho Upheaval"
will be the big attraction at the Ore
gon theatre Monday and Tuesday. The
story is one of unusual power and the
scenes nve laid in a small pity and in
in
sx
Hippodrome Vaudeville
20
People
JOHNSON AND
ARTHUR
Comedy Magic and
Illusions
CURTIS TRIO
Three Singing
Entertainers '
3
ROGERS AND
BROCKWAY
"Working for
the Gty
Grand
Theatre SUNDAY
Reviewed at Portland
A bright bill with many laughs and
plenty of surprises is headlined by an
unusually good act by tho Florence
Troup at the Hippodrome. Tho Flor
ence Troupe is one of the best known
and most skillful of vaudeville acro
bats, and comprises a family that is
daring and clever. Much attention cen
ters about the young girl of the troupo
who is very pretty. Jler part in the
act is as great as that of any of the
four men or the other women. How
ever, all of them arc good and the act
wins much applause.
Mack and Edwin are a happy pair,
full of tun and laughter. They are
unusuall.vyfOO'l comedians and the girl's
voice is a f'no lyric soprano. Her
frocks, too. are dashing and smart.
"Working for the City" becomes a
nap and a picnic when done by Rog
ers and Brockway, who provide no end
of fun for the audience. A clever young
policeman and a blackfaee comedian
are in the act. .
Magie illusions jind comedy are pre
sented by Johnson and Arthur, who
provide a clever opening act. There
is fun of make believe mesmerism and
jokes and stunts galore.
"Mike" might have been a "suck
er," thev tell him "there's one born
every minute." but he happened not
to be, so he gets the best of a clever
trickster and a neautiful woman who
try to victimize him. That is the sum
aiid substance of an act by Hazel Hes
ton and company. Miss Heston appears
jn several daring gowns. An Irish
comedian is a lively fun maker.
A whirlwind pianist, an attractive
girl and a comedian, are the Curtis Trio
who give a lively act.
HAZEL HESTON
and CO.
"ONE BORN
EYERY MINUTE"
G
MACK & ERWIN
Mirth and Melody
FLORENCE
TROUPE
World's Premier
Acrobats
Matinee'- 35c
Evening - 50c
iously made out. The increase is due to
the higher cost of food products. The
amount was allowed after careful con
sideration and with the understanding
that it be spent vor nothing else but
food supplies for the children and not
to be diverted for salaries. The superin
tendent stated that while the sum he
asked for maintenance was only three
per cent in advance bn the cost of the
school for the past five bienniums the
cost of living had advanced 25 per cent,
a picturesque camp in the Adirondacks
There is plenty of action, many thrill
ing situations and a goodly portion of
comedy, skilfully handled by the ver
satile Mr. Bariymore and an excellent
cast. Charles Horan directed this pro
duction for Metro, and like all his fea
tures it rings true and carries suspense
with a smashing climax at the end.
Among those appearing in support of
Mr. Barrymore and Miss Skirvin arc
Edgar L. Davenport, Howard Trues
dell, Paul Lawrence, Franklin Hauna,
John H. Smiley, James Malaidy, George
Stevens, Frank Lyons, and Myra Brook
"The Upheaval" was produced by the
Rolfo Photoplays, Inc., for the Siotro
program and is one of the most enter
taining features ever made by this pro
ducing company.
Our circulation la still climB-
ing up read the paper and
you'll know the reason.
Clco Madison, one of the greatest
emotional actresses in photoplays, will
be star of the Bluebird to be exhibited
at the Bligh theatre on Sunday and
Monday under the title of "The Chal
ice of Sorrow." The name of the play
gives an idea of its tragie bent; the
leading character, object of the crafty
and villainous intrigue of an influen
tial Mexican, depicts a wide range of
emotion, running from the heights of
joy and happiness to the depths of trag
ic despair. The scene is laid across the
border in tho present day, and "the
Mexican situation" falls under a new
and illuminating research in 'The
Chalice of Sorrow." Chief in Miss Mad
ison's support will be Wedgewood No
well, who plays tho villianous Mexican;
Charles Cummings, the heroine's be
trothed; John McDcrniott, the United
States Consul, with Blanch White, Al
bert MeQuarrie, Rhen Haines, and How
ard Cramptoii essaying other important
characters in the . picture-narrative.
There is reason to believe that "The
Chalice of Sorrow" will be considered
the best of the Bluebird series.
0. A. C. Beats Whitman
Score Is 23 to 0
Corvallis, Or., Nov. 4. The Oregon
Aggies this morning wailed through a
sea of mud and walloped Whitman col
lege 23 to 0. Tlie game was played ear
ly to give spectators time to go to Eu
gene and see the Washington-Oregon
affair this afternoon.
Neither team was able to do anything
in the slush until the third quarter
when the Aggies piled up all of their
scores.
The first, second and fourth quarters
were blanks.
The Journal Dons Job Printing.
Use the Journal Want it We".
SCRAPS
!
Chicago Spiko Kelly and Bryan!
Downey are matched to fight in Xco-j
sha, Wis., Jvov, 14.
' Chicago Should Joe Hcrrick succeed
in raveling through a bout with Jeff
Smith in Milwaukee next Friday night
he will bo matched with Tommy (iib
bons, it was announced today. The lat
ter scrap will be at Winnipeg, Novem
ber 14.
Altoon, Pa. Freddie Welsh last
nieht played safe in a six round bout
with Frankie MeGuire of Williamspnrt
by stalling throughout the entire ses
sion. MeGuire was willing and aggressive.
New York Bob Aioha and Billy
Miske, the two members of the light
heavyweight species who have been
knocking all lieht heavyweights loose
from their aspirations around New
York, have been matched for a ten
round bout at the Brondwav sporting
club, Brooklyn, for the night ef No
vember 14.
Brandford, Out. Jimmy Conway of
Scranton, Pa., and Pete Scott, tho In
dian welterweight of Hamilton, fought
a tea round draw hero last night,
Syracuse, N. Y. Bill Brown (color-
Scott in the seventh round of a sched
uled ten round bout acre last, night.
Butialo, N. Y. Dick Loadmnn drew
with Young Mendo in a ten round bout
before the (jueensherry A. C.
Try the Journal Classified Ads.
THEATRE
Every Tuesday and
Wednesday
it
The
Grip
of Evil"
The Master Film
novel showing the
real side of humanity
ALSO
a series of the expose
on submarine warfare
Why the Journal is popular
it prints the world's news to-
day.
"THE PLAY'S THE THING"
. SUNDAY AND MONDAY -
VAUDEVILLE
"THE EVERETTS"
"The Rube and The Singer"
Rex Ingram's Emotional! Play
"The Chalice of Sorrow"
with
CLEO MADISON
and an all star Bluebird cast.
Gripping Scenes, Stirring the Emo
tions and Arousing Response from
every human heart
tmBHOM
THEATRE
GRAND Nov. 13-14
Matinee and Evening
Elliott and Sherman present
D. W. GRIFFITH'S MIGHTY SPECTACLE
18,000 W 3,000
People j pjjijS U ps orses
$500,- MlAcrnv Monlhs
ooo Uim1 to
Operatic score by big Orchestra of traveling
musicians
Prices 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00. Matinees 25c and 50c
CONSISTENT QUAL!
TY
Sunday and Monday
WALTER LAW
and an all-star cast of Fox Players in
66'
745 t
JT tcutif M'jfF-
Unwelcome
Mother"
A most remarkable drama that every woman
should, see filled with mirthful scenes.
TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY
Daniel Frohman
presents
LOUISE HUFF
and
LOTTIE PICKF0RD
A sister of the
beloved Mary
IN
An appealing Drama of a Quaker Girl's Romance
"The Reward of Patience"
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
The Celebrated
Actress
PAULINE :
FREDERICK
in
"ASHES OF
EMBERS"
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In which the Star plays the dual role of
TWIN SISTERS
Salem's Only Exclusive Photo-Play Theatre
Wc never raise prices
"All Matinees 10c AH Evenings 15c
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