East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, March 02, 1916, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5

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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1916.
Where Quality is a Reality, Not a Promise
TODAY-TOMORROW
Double Program
William Fox
Presents
TUDA 8ARA
SIRENIC VAMPIRE
Like the Serpent that Tempted Eve
in the Garden of Eden is the Modern
Role of the Screen Vampire
IN
Reds! TIE
SFRPFNT
A Startling and Tremendously Powerful
New Photo-Drama
What Would You Think if the
Young Girl You Just Married Prov
ed to Be Your Father's Mistress?
IN ADDITION
Earle Williams-Anita Stewart
The Vitagraph Serial Beautiful
"THE GODDESS"
Continuous Show from 2 to 12
Adults 15c Children 5c
l III
8
Reels!
A beautiful McCes or the week wis
the reception Biven yesterday after
noon for Mm Jamea AlKer Kee, re
cent bride, by Jlrs James Albert fee
at the JudK Fee home on Post street
Despite the Inclement weather a large
number of smartly gowned matron'
and maids took advantage Of the oc
casion to meet Mrs Fee junior.
Spring flowers were used as decorations-
The reception room was In
yellow, great It lee of yellow
roses, tullpB and daffodil! carrying
out the color ache
Klllarney roBes li
j the dining room .1
I bowl wa a ma -
roses.
I The gueats were
little Miss Mar J or
n Long-stemm'd
It thetr beauty tn
id about the punch
of Cecil Brunner
met at the door by
- Uest In a dainty
j lace drcBH and she took their cards.
Mjs. Nesmllh Ankeny received the
guests and usher-1 them to the re
ceiving line in which wen- the two
Mrs. Fees and Mrs. Kalla Waldo of
Syracuse, New fork, the mother of
the younger Mrs Fee.
Serving punch were Mrs James s.
Johns, Mrs. William K Ixiwcll ,ind
Mrs Merle R. Chessman and assisting
them were Mrs Letter Hurst Mls
Margaret Lowell and Miss Eleanor
Vincent. The ladies assisting about
the rooms and serving salad and cof
fee were Mm. A. C, Hampton. Mra.
Charles S. Jerard. Mrs. A. J McAllis
ter, Mrs Norborne Iterkeley. Mrs
Stephen A. Lowell. Mrs Reuben Alex
ander. Mrs. Edwin R Aldrich. Mrs.
Charles F. Co lea Worthy, Mrs. James A
Beet, Mis Frederick E. Judd. Mrs. a
M. Rice and Mrs Wilson D. Mi Nary.
The young; ladies assisting about
the dining room were Misses Nellie
Sloan. Jennie Murphy. Angela Howler,
Evelyn Sommerville Sydney Sommer-
I vllle, Olive Gwlnn. Mildred Berkeley.
j liorls and Helen Fee.
Mrs Kalla Waldo, mother of Mrs.
James Alger Fee. is the guest of her
i daughter for a few days She is on
her way to visit a brother in Kansas
! City before returning to her home in
Syracuse, New York.
Motion Picture Mews
What the Picture Theaters Have
to Tell You.
TIIKDA H.VHA. As VAN! A
tS "THE HEKI'KNT" GA1
SHIXKS IN VAMPIRE ROLE
The (irand Duke sees for the first
time VaB la, who is in 0V with Au
drey Sobl, a young peasant. Valonoft'
is enraptured with her charms and de
cides that he will see her again To
further his purpose he leaves hi
gold i Igarelte ease In the serf s cottaite
when taking his departure The case
is found by Ivan, who, fearing that
he will Me accused of theft, semis Van
la to return it to Its owner.
The cirand Duke's plana have work
ed as he expected. He greets Vania
Joyously and makes ardent love to
her. Following her seduction, he
maintains her in style and lavishes
upon her every gewgaw that her heart'
desires. The sudden change n station
is almost beyond the comprehension
of the daughter of the poverty-stricken
serf. And vet she likes her new
ljfe It Is so different from anything
she has known.
Valonoff, ultimately tiring of Vanla,
makes no effort to conceal the fact
that his infatuation has waned De
spite fcer pleadings, he casts Vanla
off. and devotes his attention to some
new charmer, it is the turning point
In Vanla's life. That she ever would
be separated from the Grand Duke
has never been conceivable to her. ghe
analyzes the cause of her plight, and
she resolves the cause Into one Worn
- Man'
Vania arrives in Paris The war Is
In progress. As she Watches "lie ot
the long lines of wounded soldieri
lass by she notices face which
awakens memories STie makes in
Otiiry and discovers that the wound
ed officer is Prince Valonoff, son of
che (Iran i Duke she helps nurse
him back to health, and he. too. falls
t victim to her charms.
Shortly after their marriage the
Grand Duke, who is ignorant thai the
Prince Is ed .-ends word that he is
coming to visit his beloved and onb
son. The prime is called awa be-
fore his father's arrival. Vanla erect
the lirand Duk. who does not re, -Ognlse
her He makes love to her aft
er she has lured him on. The Prince
it
Vanla
in the arms of Mis own rather, com
mits suicide The last drop of venom
from "Th." Serpentt" fangs has found
its 'nark
Phuiiih' ErrdfrU'k at llts Tnmnrnne;.
na." etc., will appear In her latest
great success "I.diu Qtltnora." at the
Alta theater tomorrow and Saturday.
In .tdditlon there will be two BW
vaudeville acts
Sunday, the world famous prims
donna of Carmen fame will he offered
In her latest success. "Temptation "
Those who saw QorSldlne Farrar,
the noted prima donna, as the h.ilf
wlld. Wholl) fascinating g pal in the
l.ask photo-dramatic production o"
"Carmen,' will have an opportunity to
see her In a totally different role In
"The Temptation
tlon" Miss Farr.u
gllng young stag
sacrifice her love
young composer, i
In "The Tempt i
is seen as i strue-
tn
stage.
The ltd. isc, ,,nd KofaSon ! Mi'
i'o. win ciose one of its most succes
mi engagements ever played ll ih.
Alta theater Ihls eveninc The) ha
OUSta that has tilted I he seatlna . .1
parity of the theater Tonight Msl
The Alta
Today Only
THE FAMOUS COMEDIAN
JOHN BARRYMORE
The Man From Mexico
THE FAMOUS COMEDY OF A MYTHICAL TRIP TO MEXICO.
ALSO
Ben Hur Company
Last Time Tonight
PAULINETTA FAY, THE PSYCHIC WONDER.
TRAINED ANIMALS, 48 in number, rata, mice, monkeys, pig and hen.
Picture Starts at 7. First Act at 8: 1 5
Admission 1 0 and 20 cents
Tomorrow Pauline Frederick in "Lydia
Gilmore" New Vaudeville.
Bros. Transatlantic novelty, the train-1 the singing pig, 'Fogarty." j tor, Mr. John BaTTmore. a comedy
ed animal circus, consisting of trained Paulinetta will also remain on the entitled "The Man From Mexico," In
rats, cats and mice, 4S in number, program in her seance of mental ta-i which Willie Collier played in the le
the monkey comedians, Mao and lepathy. A new feature five reel mo-; gttimate theaters for over four yeare
Gyp. the balancing hen "Betsy" and j lion picture, .starring the sterling ac-jto big success.
TEMPLE
Last Time Today
BIG DOUBLE BILL
Henry Woodruff and Tsuru Aoki
In "The Beckoning Flame'
Suppose it was the custom to burn American, wives alive on the death of
the husband, and that a chivalrous foreigner tried to save the bride of a
high official. What do you think the populace would do?
There's a situation something like this
In "The Beckoning Flame," the weird
Bast Indian story of the romantic adven
turrs of an English Army Officer.
Told in a true TRIANGLE way, brin gs
your heart to your thtoat as yon fear foe
the life of the dainty Indian maiden.
And best of all, in addition to the dar
ing of this great production is a pretty little
love story and an exhibition of sacrifice
such as you have seldom seen.
This marvelous picture is a real treat that you cannot afford to miss.
Everyone loves it. Everyone appreciates it, and everyout talks about it.
Come to-night. '
JCF JACKSON, world's greatest tramp comedian, with
Mack Swain and Hank Mm in
"A MODERN ENOCH ARDEN.
1 Reel Kevstone "Grief Mop."
K E Z X X
TOMORROW FLORENCE REED IN
New York
Theatre
IN
As yon gate with enraptured eyes at
tie marvelous settings and the wonderful
scenery, you can almost feel that you
have teen transplanted to the splendor of
the Magic East.
And as the picture progresses and you
watch the way in which the people In
India really live, you stop for a moment
and wonder If this Is really the twentieth
century and you are In the greatest coun
try in the world.