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DAILY EAST ORSGONIAN. PENDLETON, OREGQU. WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 8, 1920.
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nnd Clrrnc- Oldart sre aim In the
company. The story was adapted for
thi screen by Mary H. O'Connor and
ns directed l.v Tom Formnn. It la a
ALT A TODAY
What Is It?
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Dll-nCl l-T ItOI.E IN
"MNS OF UOSANXIC'j
tTthel Clayton playa a sort of femin
ine 1,-kyn and Hyde In her latent Para
mnunt photoplay, "Sins of Rossnne,"
whkrh will be presented at the Arcade
Theatre for two daya commencing to
day. The, picture la m mystery- ro
tnsnee, with the hulk of the action laid
in rWmth Africa, and was adapted from
Cynthia Stockley'i popular nuveU
The heroine la r.n Knallsh ttlrl who
mum mothered for two yeara hy a Ma
lay woman and a imbued by her
with a psssionate desire for bright
atonea and the strsnge power to cause
tnjury to those whom she might hate.
U hen she ee Jewels, she enmea un
der the Influence of her craving and
will not atop at anything, even theft, to
obtain them. When the lure Is taken
Sway, she become again a gentle, whn loves newr Is old. makes a capl
loveiy personality. A beautiful ro-jtal story. Margaret Loom la is the
manoe develops, according to the story, lending woman and heads a fine sup
and destroys the apell. porting company including among
An excellent cast supports the pretty I other auch well known players as
Mar In "!'tns of Rnsanne." Jack Holt Mabel Van Huren. Kathryn Williams,
ia the leading man, and Fred Malatesta Maym Kelso, and Sylvia Ashton.
Mnn, VAX M RKN 1
Mabel Van Huren, who was one of
the original stock players of the Jesse
I Lky feature play company, and
the first leading woman to play In a
picture produced at the Ijisky atudlo
stx years ago, was again hack, on the
same "lot" when she began her motion
picture career, when ehe played the
role of Nina In Willlnm DeMille
Paramount production of "Conrad In
yuest of His Youth," starring Thomas
Melthnn. which will be shown at the
Aha theatre for two days beginning
This Is a charming picture based on
Leonard Merrick's famous novel of the
same name. ' Conrad Warrener Is an
army officer who finds himself old In
middle life and who goes In search of
his youth with Interesting results, How
be makes the discovery that the man
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BY HR.-OItY WOOD-r
(United l'ress Ktaff Correspondent.)
PARIS, Dec 8. "And the blind
shall see" not with their smhtless
eyes, but with their skin.
This is the serious declaration of
Professor Louis FariKoule, noted as
a scientist, and noted almost equally
as well as a puet, under ths name of
As the result of a long series of ex
periments made upon hypnotized sub
jects. Professor FariKoule Is convinced
that the skin through certain nerve
ends has the faculty of vision. He
believes that this faculty of the skin
to see existed in the human body be
fore vision was developed by means of
the eyes. Since then, naturally, the
faculty of the skin to see has been ali
but lost throough lack of use.
Relieves lit Re-education.
By a proper system of education,
however. Professor Farigoule la con-1
vlnced that these nerve centers and
ends in the skin can be re-educated to
exercise their original functions. What
this would mean for the blind and es
pecially for those who lost their vision
by means of the eyes during the war.
is the great underlying Inspiration
that Is pushing Professor Farigoule on
to further experiments.
He has just published the results of
his first experiments that have caused
him to arrive at the above conclu
sions. To date Professor Farigoule's
experiments have been conducted
largely with hypnotized subjects re
awakened to a certain "regime of con-
Iscieusness.'" By means of , specially
made instruments and by a method or
controlling the experiments that elim
inate all possibility of either the sense
of touch or of the sence of smell play
ing any part in the recognition of ob
jects. Professor Farigoule declares he
has demonstrated that the skin can
actually see and recognize both the
color and form of exterior objects.
I Farigoule has demonstrated that this
I vision by means of the skin takes
place through "ocelles" or microseop
ic nerve terminals situated in the skin.
Only Exposure Xewwary.
All that is necessary to see by means
of the. skin 4s that several square
inches' of It, on any part of the body,
be exposed face to face with the ob
ject to be perceived together with a
minimum amount of light.
Professftr Farigoule in one of his
experiments chose five subjects and all
with the same results. By means of
their skin they were able to read news
papers, decipher numbers, and recog
nize pieces of furniture and all equal
ly as well with the skin on their backs
as on their chests or faces.
Trofessor Farigoule-is convinced
that this faculty lies latent with every
human being and that only a proper
syBtem of education Is necessary to re
store it to Its normal function.
(East Oregonlan Special.)
HETJX, Deo. 8. On Fridny evening
Doo. 4, the Helix high school gave mi
enjoyable entertainment and pie so
cial. Musical numbers were given
by a male quartette and by six girls
from the high school. A laughable
farce entitled "The Obstinate Family"
was presented under the direction of
Miss IJIa Ault, the following were the
cast of characters, each being well sus
tained: James the butler, William Al
bee; Lucy, the maid, Alice Clark: Mr.
Hanford, a newlywed, De I.os Robert
son; Mrs. Hartford, his wife, Kntheryn
Mclntyre: Mr. Hnrwood, her father.
Myron Shannon; Mrs. Harwood, her
mother, Marie Kupcrs.
Fred II. Moes, cashier of the Helix
bank Is a business visitor in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Penland and chil
dren have returned from a pleasant
sojourn of several weeks In Portland
and other valley points.
Hugh Bell of Pendleton, who has
farming Interests near here was
visitor In Htellx Monday. ,
The second number of the Lyceum
course will be given Saturday evening
Dec. II when the McAllister trio will
te the entertainers.
Miss Ruth Proebstel who has been
employed as bookkeeper at the F. H.
Blinn store has returned to her home
A large number of Helix sportsmen
took advantage of the good day Sunday-
and spent the day hunting jack
rabbits In the Juniper district.
The first issue of the high school
paper "The Father,'' was off the press
Deo. 3. It contains much of interest
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CfflCAGO, Dec. 8. (V. P.) Re
quests for a hlanket increase In wages
from XI to 2 a day by employes of
packing companies were denied Tues
day by Federal JudKe Alschulcr, ar
biter In the dispute between the pack
ers and employes, over wages.- The
Judge, however, granted some tempo
rary Increases in certain classes of s
workers which will amount to about ,5
$5,000,01)0 additional wages which the 5
packers will have to pay this year. !S
Judge Alschuler granted to all em-is:
ployes coming under the classification 2
of "general plant workers," a tempo-
rary Increase of five per cent up to 5
$25, frtroactive to July 5, 1920, and i
ending December S. This award will
really amount to a bonus to about is
125.000 employes In Chicago, Omaha, :
Kansas City, Oklahoma City, East St. i
Louis and Sioux City. i
The minimum wage of SI cents nn
hour, effective December 6, was set ! 2
for special elasscs of workers In the S
yards, such as electricians and sheet-
workers. A minimum wage of 67 1-2
cent an hour fur machinery movers ;5
was set. r-it !
To demonstrate a means of ending E
try epidemic of pay roll robberies
and to prove that modern business may S
be oiiviuctd efficiently without the S
use of small change, a Rochester X
company Is going to conduct itsls
affairs entirely without the use of 1 5
money, using checks, trade accept-
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