Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, November 18, 1916, Page SEVEN, Image 7

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    THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, NOV. 18, 1916.
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HIPPODROME
Vaudeville
Sunday
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Puchini Bros.
The Player and the Singer
Hoet and Bellew
Singing, Talking Comedy
Out of 2262 Books Taken Out
Only Two Lost Sixteen
Worn Out
Omar Sisters
The Whirling Girlies in an Aerial Fashion
Show
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Blue
Bird
Features
"Three God
fathers" based ,on Peter B.
Kyne's story in the
Saturday Evening
Post.
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hcn it pomes to losing books, the!
patrons of the city public library make I
a fairly good record, as out of tho 2662
books taken out of tbc library in
October, only two were lost. Books
sometimes wear out, and the record for
last month shows that 16 books had
filially served their time and after hav
ing been properly patched and mended,
I tney were finally worn out and with
j drawn from circulation.
I However, whilo books may -become
lost and others finally worn out and
withdrawn, especially children's books,
yet there-is a gradual addition to the
- library in tho way of purchases and
gifts. For October 63 books were pur
I chased, 24 wcro received as gifts and
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made an increase of 117 volumes.
Against this increase, there is a debit
of 27 by loss and worn out books, giv-
fSj j 90 books for October. j
ii socmen iiiiricmt to get people w;;m
down to' substantial reading during the i 2 ! 55
excitement of a national election and H II "J
this accounts for the falling off in the. QQU
circulation, compared to October of ! H H H
1314 and 1915. However, while there M S2 H
II was a falling off in the general adult 5!h
I reading to-some "xtond, the influence j gj M Si
See the Terrifying Sandstorm in the Mojave
Desert, Taken In Actual Scenes On the Spot.
Pictorial Description of How Three Hardy Ban
dits Saved the Life of a New Born Babe Left Un
expectedly In their Keeping.
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(5RAND THEATRE m NOV. 20-21
Albert E. Smith and J. Stuart Blackton
Present
and
"G
OD'S Country and The Woman,'
special itngraph Uluo Kibuou
toaturc, trom tho book of
James Oliver Curwood, is u story of
the Canadian Northwest, of the. woman
who loves and of the men who live
wild and shoot true. Tue feature of this
picture is the famous Siberian dog
teams. It is a picture of the big snows
wonderfully filmed, with an excellent
cast headed by William Oilm an, George
Halt and Nell Shipmnu. and directed
by the masterly producer, Hollui S.
. urgeou.
By James Oliver Curwood
THEATRE
of pontic's did not effect the books for
students, and there was an 'increase of
10i) in class book rooms compared to a
year ago. y
The date this year was postponed be
creases as the winter months eomo on.
The older folks now read only 68 per
cent of fiction whilo the young folks
prefer more solid literary food and
tako to only 62 per cent fiction. There
is less reading of fiction than one year
ago for the month of October.
Salem's Only Exclusive Photo-Play Theatre
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and
Monday
"WHERE
LOVE LEADS"
Featuring
ORMI HAWLEY
A college and news
paper life photo
play 1
with
prise.
which ends
a happy sur-
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SlS WILLIAM FOX PRODUCTION !!
"PATHE
NEWS"
TUE., WED. and
THURS.
The International!
renowned Dancers
in
"THE QUEST
LIFE"
Three Days Only
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Film
Is Attack
On Birth
Control
at
"Where Are My Children?"
Peoples Bitterly Arraigns
Propagandists
"Where Are My Children?" a pow
erful preachment against, birth con
trol, packed the Peoples theater to the
doors yesterday, and the many hun
dreds who saw the wonderful picture
left the theater with changed ideas on
the subject. Tho film is one which can
not fail to impress. The themo is
handled in a delicate manner, and has
received the indorsement of tho press
and pulpit in every section of the
country. The film is evidently found
ed on the ease of Margaret Sanger, ar
rested in -Portland for distributing
literature about birth control. The pic
ture in a sensational arraignment of
childless society, but some sympathy is
shown for birth control as applied to
tho extremely poor or defective. The
censor board has ruled that children
under 16 years of age shall not wit
uess it unless accompanied by their
parents.
To Tyrone Power, one of the most
powerful dramatic actors in America
today, has been intrusted tho leading
role. He plays the part of tho dis
trict attorney, and it is his fine por
trayal of the part which, aside from
the theme, gives to the picture its
gripping interest.
Khown at The Oregon Theatre, next
Tuesday and Wednesday.
Fruitland Notes
Photographed
and
Copyrighted
by the
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COMPANY
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Friday and Saturday
JESSE L. LASKY Presents
The Ever Fresh and Pleasing
BLANCHE SWEET
in
"THE STORM"
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Fruitland, -Nov. 17. For 3 or ti con
secutive mornings the weather ' guage
lias registered 12 and 14 degrees be
low freezing which mukes potato dig
ging a little frigid.
.1. K. Uuincy who lived on the 8il-
verton road east of the fair ground is
getting out his spuds. He Ifus several
people picking up. Tho two horse potato
plow breaks up a crust of frost an inch
or more in thickness. The freeze lins
reached the potatoes lying near the
surface. He bought the (1 acre patch
of C. E. McJllwain at his auction sale
here a few weeks ago.. He paid about
-U0 for the crop as it lay in the
ground.
Marvin Walker a former Fruitlnnder
who has a farm in the Morris neigh
borhood in the Battle creek section, but
who now resides in Walem, was a busi
ness visitor here this week.
Frank Kggles had to quit school by
reason of an attack of appendicitis. Js
now better.
Elmer Anderson made a business trip
to Portland Tuesday.
Fiank Van Vluck, a former resilient
of Fruitlp.nd and who later bought
farm in northern Iieutou county, has
just sold it at quite an advance over
the purchase price and has removed
to Independence.
Huns Nelson and family of Monitoi
motored to Salem via Voodburu last
Saturday and attended services at the
Seventh Day Adventist church in north
Salem.
P. L. ('oulson our merchant, is build
ing a wagon and buggy shed.
It is now ten days since the election
and who is to be president for the next
four vcars is not vet decided. The prob
abilities are Wilson will succeed him
self. Though this is not as many of us
could wish yet the majority must do
icide, and allgood citizens will acqui
,ese and unite ukmi and hold up the
, hands of the chiei' magistrate of us all.
He tins had a thorny path to tread for
i the pant two years and let us hope there
is a more cheertul journey before him.
; The election was an anamoly in some
respects as the newspaper press has al
ready pointed out. New Jersey, gener
ally a democratic state, went republi
can and it is remarkable that this state
I being the president's home did not sus
tain him. Also his home city turned him
down ami even bis voting precinct it is
stated.
Indiana frequently democratic did
I not sustain vice president Marshall but
(did sustain candidato Fairbanks, the
running mate of Mr. Hughes.
Oregon and California could swap ma
jorities with a pretty close even up.
The brewers' proposition wus lost
and the "botfe dry" carried.
Poor Col. Wood. Poor Col. Hofer.
And the Sunday closing "blue law''
also went along with the brewers.
It was well.
Post Election Thoughtlets
The president carried 'the black
belt" niggers and all! Well did you
everf
The predicted landslide to Wilson in
Oregon slid instead to Hughes. The
predicted land slide for Hughes sliil
pretty close to Wilson! Queer wasn't
it?
That 25,000 majority for Wilson in
Oreeon went about 4000 the other way.
Shame on vou naughty A. 1. A. and
naughty Catholic societies.
Hughes also carried our
which stood like Milton's angel during
the great revolt in heaven, "unmoved,
unseduced, iinterrified." So the repub
lican candidate with his Danbury hat
and divided whiskers did not lose every
I thing out here. He also carried Marion
county ami l Denevc me city oi
lem. O my!
Champion Dog Team
Used in Big Feature
Collected by ' The Iron Man of Daw
son" on His Travels in
Siberia
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wild wolf like say the least, uncanny.
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.NEW TODAY ADS WILL BrJ
$ read in the Journal in all live
Marion county homes Try 'em.
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The dogs used in "(iod's Coffutry
and the Woman," at the (irand, Mon
day and Tuesday, Nov. 20 and 21, nre,
John Johnson's ten in of Siberian sledge :
dogs. Johnson is a Piiilnndcr nnd col-1
lected this team by selecting one dog!
at a time here and there throughout
his travels in Siberia. He brought the!
dogs from Siberia to Dawson, Alaska,
and they were entered for a number of
Oregon : years in the Alaska nweepsuikea, ,
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from all comers for three consecutive
years, thus earning for themselves the:
title of ''World's Champion Tenni."j
They hold the record for 410 miles
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I dog team has beeil' known to travel
for, forty-eight hours at an average ;
rate of more than 1! miles an hour,'
'under the direction of ' The Iron M.in
of Dawson," as Johnson Is known.
Their presence in the Vitigiaph camp
during the long December nights lent
an atmosphere that everyone regrets
V
andevifile
TODAY
BLIGM
THEATRE
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Scene from triumphant comedy success
production
Fair and Warmer," coming to the Grand Theatre Monday, November 27, with the notable Selwyn New Y'-rk cast and