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The Olympian from Olympia, Washington • Page 5

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SDAY MORNING AUGUST 2519B7 THE DAILY OLYMPIAN OLYMPIA WASHINGTON rTi PAGE FIVE Opening of Capitol Theatre Tonight GIRL DANCER SOUGHT III FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia Cora X931 IV MCA SEAVlCC IMC ACC SAT OFF UNIT AT CAPITOL I petty larceny In a comiilalnt filed in Olympia justice court FOR THEFT OF WIG 1 Mls KUhn allegedly departed I with the wig after Fannie Kcseleff partner in the amusement ldace hud rented it from Neil Tlwrsoii Tu-ermu costumer for the girl to wear In a dunce Deputy Prosecutor John 8 Lynch Jr said the wig was valued ut $23 Kallian 23-year -old girl formerly danced in an Olympia spot was being sought Tuesday for the alleged a wig She was charged with Lupto who amusement by officers theft of 9 Xow Among Iniprovo- nirnts for the utmost of comfort have been installed A convenience feature is earphones in the loge section for patrons with impaired hearing The phones may be plugged in at the seat and may be controlled by a dial system to provide desired volume Proporly adjusted to the head they do not affect the person seated next to the 11861 Those who wish the phones are instructed to Inquire of the usher The auditorium has been decorated in what is described as modern design Pastel colors applied in streamline effect provide the decorations Walls have been finished with acoustic board Lounge restrooms and other departments all have been refinished and embellished New projection and sound equipment have been Installed The Trend Is to Morns" William Powell and Myrna Loy and of with Virginia Bt-uce and Melvin Douglas $35900 In rebuilding the theatre Zabel carried uppermost in mind the comfort and convience of patrons The reconstruction and eequip- Pg program required an outlay of $35000 the (owner said A major Improvement is the new ventilating system all automatic and air conditioned with a filtered process Three immense blowers and a huge exhaust fan have been installed and giant ducts provide the circulatory system There are six vents in the main auditorium through which fresh air enters The auditorium may be heated quickly or In summer temperatures retained at a comportable coolness with an abundance of fresh air assured under all conditions Zabel pointed out Throughout the main auditorium and in the loge section new chairs of the streamline effect and designed pfjcished siiout and tn cl i 3 the Capitol Theatre near Washington its grand oiening avenue BEFORE AND AFTER THE THEATRE SHOP OUR WINDOWS reports A Zabel The building was M' er 1 tog ala DP id? Lni enri tht( ihti t- lug ove Mi't 'vet! UJ ght licit her ate: tall hen Kht wy' the the tlu Ke The Capitol theatre which has its formal opening this evening includes in its new equipment the Western Electric mirrophonic sound system which provides a true reproduction of the original sound It covers such a complete audible frequency range that it reproduces sound that the human ear might not register Manager A Zabel explained The sound system is jiart of the new and elaborate booth equipment which also includes two projection machines of latest design The Brenkert high intensity lamps automatically operated are the acme of perfection in bringing out everything the lense catches The high intensity lamps give depth to the pictures bringing out background scenes which under average lighting would not show Zabel said jvening Zging owner fire earlier the year A hit within a short to tfcond wnt as major Si the' Zabel said ihe theatre features starring EVERETT PAPER STRIKE RDEDS The a wrong or Mirv shops OLVHPIAWAIK'' CONGRATULATIONS CAPITOL THEATRE from VAN DYKE'S TEXACO SERVICE COMPLETE ONE-STOP SERVICE "Young lady what did I say about counting ten first?" "I did Chuck's the tenth person who has asked me if it hot enough for me today" 52ND TRAFFIC DEATH YOUNG ATTORNEY IS REPORTED IMPROVED JACKSON Miss Aug 24 (A) McDaniels young Seattle Wash attorney who has been in a hospital here several weeks suffering from loss of memory recognized his wife when she arrived at his bedside today McDaniels however was unable to remember he said anything that happened since he left his home July 16 Mrs McDaniels and Carcll Carter King county clerk Washington said they expected to leave for Seattle with McDaniels by Thursday Fifth Avenue Fountain Lunch Extends Congratulations to The Capitol Theatre Before or After the Show Drop in for A Tasty Chicken-Bun Sandwich Delicious Milk Shakes SPECIAL PRICES ON FIRESTONE TIRES PORTLAND Ore Aug 24 (A) The death of Philip Spiegel 61 today sent list of traffic deaths to £2 for the police year He suffered fatal injuries when an automobile hit him Saturday night Fifth end Franklin St Telephone 199 EVERETT Aug city council Monday entered the wage scale dispute that has closed two daily newspapers since August 19 acting reponse to citizens and business interests The two papers are down because of a strike of printers last publishing August 18 The city council headed by Mayor A Edwards called in representing the International Typographical Union and the entire strike committee and later called in the publishers representative Mrs Gertrude Best publisher of the Everett Herald and Leonard Diehl publisher of the Everett News through their representative agreed to proposals of arbitration as advanced by the city council The printers as represented by Mr pelkey refused any recommendation of arbitration or of compromise after a lengthy meeting In view of Mr attitude Mayor A Edwards then sent the following telegram to Charles Howard president of the International Typographical Union at Indianapolis: business community and citizens urgently demand resumption of newspapers and reemployment of numerous citizens deprived of jobs by premtory printers strikes Typographical Union struck in face cf liberal wage offer by publishers Publishers have agreed to city request that dispute be submitted to arbitration We urge men return to work and our newspapers be permitted to resume publication in an orderly PACKING PLANT THEFT AVENUE end WASHINGTON STREET CAPITOL THEATRE We Congratulate You On Your Gala Opening Tonight ATLASTA SANDWICH LUNCH Next to the Cepitol Theatre The theft of $500 worth of sausage casings was reported to the office Tuesday by the Chambers Packing company The tiiieves broke the glass in a door of the plant to gain entry and took one full and one partly full barrel of the casings By ARTHUR BURGESS Associated Press Staff Writer Influenced by the Grand Couleq dam and increased building the Pacific Northwest's $25000000 cement industry reported today a huge Increase in production during the last seven months over the same period a year ago Figures compiled from bureau of reports showed the manufacture of Portland cement has become one of the major Industries in Washington and Oregon Pacific Northwest mills produced 2509000 barrels of cement during the first seven months of 1937 compared with 1991000 barrels during the 1936 period Compared with 1935 this year's increase was nearly a million and a half barrels more and just short of a 2000000 barrel in crease over 1933 Shipments from Oregon and Wash ington during the first half of the year totaled 1816000 barrels compared with 1748000 a year ago and 808000 three years ago While not yet operating at full capacity Washington plants have been busy turning out large quantities of cement for construction of Coulee dam but manufacturers said they were furnishing the cement virtually at cost cement was discovered by A Joseph Aspdin bricklayer of Leeds Eng before the turn of the century Aspdin called his cemen because it resembled the stone quarried on the isle of Portland Cement used in concrete is and the brand is produced by many companies of different names RAZOR BLADE SWALLOWED HUDSON (UP) A razor blacV was removed from the throat of George Lippman at Hudson City hospital The blade had been lodged in his throat several days Plan to attend the gala opening of the new Capitol Theatre tonight The theatre has been completely redecorated New seats have been installed and everything made complete for your evening's entertainment An exceptional fine program of two major pictures has been selected for the opening night fim ftarttSirogToiraDglM 2 Rflajor Poctares fair the iiut fen day tor ree- ccr ibor ring 1 1 ias I ri Plus WILLIAM POWELL MYRNA LOW Back again-'-with thsir dog their sequel to the Thin Mon" that's greater and even funnier than that world -famoui laugh-hit I Czecho-Slovakia requires its mag lstrates and policemen to learn to drive an automobile BRITTLE BABY id MELVYN DOUGLAS The theatre going public in Olympia are fortunate in having Ed Zabel and his Capitol Theatre catering to their amusement demands We are happy that our organization was called in by Mr Zabel and his architect Mr Joseph Wohleb to completely RE-DECORATE RE-CARPET RE-EQUIP RESEAT and AIR CONDITION the Capitol You will find the Capitol a New Theatre with COMFORTABLE STREAMLINE SEATS AIR CONDITIONING GIVING YOU FRESH CLEAN AIR EVERY TWO MINUTES LUXURIOUS CARPETS MODERN DRAPERIES MODERN LIGHTING EYE COMFORT BECAUSE OF FAULTLESS PROJECTION Our experience in equipping and furnishing the majority of the better theatres in the West qualifies us as "The Theatre Equipment Specialists For Your Enjoyment NEW SEATS Our house has been completely equipped with Heywood-Woke-fieid Streamlined Opera Choirs These luxurious comfortable seats will moke your evening at our show an enjoyable cne AIR CONDITIONING We-Manufacture Our Own Weather Always Comfortable! COMING ATTRACTIONS ONE IN A MILLION WAKIKI WEDDING PLAINSMAN GOD'S COUNTRY AND THE WOMAN CHAMPAGNE WALTZ BORN TO DANCE THREE SMART GIRLS LOVE RUN PERSONAL PROPERTY THEODORA GOES WILD A Picture Is New Until You Hove Seen It" -7 aL- AIRTCO LTJ ON Dir 0 RIYOU Ric 0 RORTj EASY TO HEAR An added feature for Cepitol Theatre goers is ear phenes for people troubled with hearing Sincerely i SHEARER COMPANY SETTLE PORTLAND LOS ANGELES Sound Reproduction You Con Get It Ony With tbe New Western Elect Mirrophonic Sound "Your Eors Tel the Difference I You Are Paying for Good 3d In the six yeors of her life Phylis Gene Grommesch of Yakima has broken sixteen bones And now as if one isn't bad enough she's broken both legs.

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