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fi Ai TlLrV Adults, 40c !
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SOITKMMi A CYXIC
Ilia bulk us ue tlmu hU bite
He swmed a wry grim ami tirusaim
IvillvMuul, iiidwd, rutner proud of hl
ability to say hHtsh and unoomforlablo
tl:lnsn, especially' fond, apparently, of
"ii.vliiK mile nnd cmtlns things o
Kathwine, who was as proud us ah
was lovely. ITow ho hurt hor pride!
Vrt, young as she was, she came at
Inut to read the real kindness and ten
dtrness beneath his rude manner, and
tren rnme her aninxlng proposal to
him. What did she propose? Not
niarriasre, you may be sure, for she
was pretty sure he hated the whole
nstltution. Hut It was a proposal that
took hl breath away, and will take,
yours away too, when you see Alice
ISrady In "A Dark Lantern," a JtoiJarl
picture which will be snown ut the Alia
lor two days beginning on Sunday.
1ASTIME SVXDAY AND HOST DAY
"A rumble Dyed Deceiver," Gold
vyn's latest starring vehicle for Jaol
Plckford, directed hy Al Oreen, whlcii
comes to the I'ajtlme Theatre for two
days, is. the screen adaption of O.
Henry's famous short story.
Jack rickford in the role of Llano
Kid from Laredo, Texas, overcome
the conventional formula for screen
heroes by realistically re-living for
the screen. O. Henrys gun-toting
youngster who left Texas for obvious
reasons and took refuge in a little
South American town.
In this new Goldwyn production,
Jack Plckford is supported by delight
ful title Marie Dunn, whose versatil
ity accounts for her rise from small
comedy roles to the rank of leading
liidy In feuture pictures, nd Sydney
Ainsworth who gives a forceful char
acterization of one of the villanloua
types which won him fame In many
former Goldwyn productions Including
"The Cup of Fury,'1 "Heartacase," "A
IJG11TH At S SCKXB
t)l' ACTION IN' N'EV
' TOi nXKl lt l'ICTl'UE
Slaurlce Tourneur comes to the front
again with a brand new atmosphere
setting for his latest feature, "Deep
Waters." This time it is a light house,
the story weaving itself around the
construction of the light, with thrilling
action during a heavy storm and a
ihipwreck at night. '
Many, new photographic effects
have been cleverly done in this Tour
neur offering. Night scenes with the
huge 'beam playing incessantly on -the
reeky coast, the town and Its people.
and the scene of the shipwreck, make
Deep Waters' a gripping sea story.
In addition, the excellent cast doch
"1 me f ine work. Betty West, the girl of
the story, is played by Mr. Tour
nenr's new find, . Barbara Bedford:
lank Gilbert, who adapted the story
from F. Hopkinson Smith' " book,
'Caleb West, Master Diver," also playa
in important part in the story. "Deep
Waters" will be shown' at the Arcade
Theatre for two , days v commcaclng
Sunday next. ' i ;.'(. '
Children, 5c , : 'Adults, 20c
presents : ."' -,
Double Dyed Deceiver
A drama of a man who found himself, f
, Children, 10c Adults, 35c
TZ".T.. COMEDY ART "HAY FEVER"
LOS AXGELES, Cal., Nov. 15. (A.
P.) A community Thanksgiving pa
geant in memory of the Pilgrim Fath
ers, in which the spectators will take
ax active a parjt as the actors them
selves. Is to be staged by the Hollywood
Woman's club November 27, on the
grounds of the future home of the Art
Alliance society, in the Hollywood
Canyon, aiear here.
The pageant theme, which will be
devoted by songs and dances, "will fol
low as closely as it is found practic
able to do so, according to Mrs. Wll
liam l)e Mille, chairman of the
pageunt committee. Episodes from
Indian days to the arrlva.1 of the May
flower; the landing of the Pilgrim
fathers and the welcome by the In
dians, through the first Tharrkfgiviiig
dinner, and the courtship of Prisclllu
and John Alden will be enacted.
Members of the club will take the
rart of the colonitjl dames and pilgrim
mothers, while the community will be
mobolizedt to sing hymns . and folk
songs of periods through which the
Marlon Morgan and a group of
chancers will present ihe French
dances, while Norma' Gould and an
other group of dancera will give Dutch
r.ovelty acts. The T. M. C. A. and
Woodcraft girls have been selected to
aiven Indian and folk interpretation".
Small children Iso wiU take the part,
Hedwiga Itiecher will be pageant
master; If.' Ellis Reed scenic and art
director1, and Hugo Krichofer. musical
director, according to announcement.
t'iuvt laiRKI, Nov. IB. (LT. P.)
.llm,a 4mtmMJltllf rOlLdS. folOWing
L'l hours of rain. Saturday left Senator
Harding nirtuully stranded on Point
Isabel. Fishing Is Impossible due to
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for two days. The president-elect had
pjjnincu on a " sui1ib
llrownsvlllc but the roads In this part
of Texas are unsurfaccd and alight
rain makes them exceedingly slippery
and miry in spots so Harding did not
I venture the trip. Harding let it be
known today that he will not enter
territorial water of any other country
on his Panama trip.
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JVVIUWILIUm I IU1IMU1II ? j Friday from Kenneth C. Hognte.
OREGON AGRICULTURAL COL
LEGE, Corvallls, Nov. 15. A chapter
of Sigma Delta Chi, national honorary
journalistic, fraternity, has betp grant-1
national secretary of the organization
'he chapter Is expected to.be install
ed early In December with Frank
Thayer, associate professor of journal-
Is mat Washington Stat college i
Installing officer. Chapter! of Sigma
Delta Chi at the University of Oregon
nnd the University of Washington will
b akeL.Lat jtiwijiJbuKtke-.MOftionies.
I Prof. Thayer Is a member of the exe
cutive council of the ' fraternity and
I was a member of the chapter at the
nlversity of Wisconsin.
SUltVKY TO CIT ACTION,
1 SPOKANE, Nov. 35. (A. '.' P.)
Speedy action tiy tli department of
the Interior on the report of the state
of Columbia Basin Survey Commission
was. promised today by Secretary of
ih .Interior Payne, acrotaihtf 'tt)1 an
nouncement by th ofo .of the com
mission here. The board of revlrw to
examine th. 4Dt 4h mnis
slon will meet at Portland soon. -
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