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mLiTAuJfkQLi r - .. DAILY EAST oflEGONIANrENDLETCil, OREGOlC " SATURDAY EVENING,' JANUARY l.lfaY.
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t'ven a ily dealing with the perils and
ntcllcment of a newspaper rcporter'n
life thnn " and . t 11." Ami this Is
tint (he on that Marshall Neilnn 11:1s
'Riven hin newest big photoplay "io
find Oct It,-' which rmim In the Ar
tail beginning today m l First Na
tional attraction. .
When a mysterious crime hns been
confchiittoed Hiid the entire city Is on
(til toes for the solution when riots
nd bloodshed are rawing when great
rikcs nrr trending it Is then that the
reporter Is railed to the city editor's
desk nd told to "go get It." And
' fTie rhnnoe are one hundred to one
f'll get II. Jlo may be the worse for
wear upon nis return but he ll have the
And such Is the rase In the new Net
Inn picture Kirk Connelly Is told of
in series of most mysterious crimes and
told to get the story. After a lot of
tha most fascinating atid exciting ad
ventures Conm-lly not only returns
with fhe stor', hut he gt'ts the beautl-
1 11 1 mystery iMrl as well. U s some
f fc THE WORLD'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER STORY! ! I ' i ,' HAPPY NE WYEAR '
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HIS SOX IX
Ta's pretty frisky after alK There
nre lots of self-satisfied young fellows
ho seem to think their fathers are
nut of the running until goruethiny
happens to wake them up.
. That's what occurs in "An Ama
teur Devil,1' Jtryant "Washburn's new
I'aramonnt comedy which will l'e dis
played at the A!t Theatre today, car
ver Kndicott, a rather too precise
young man, tries his fiancee with his
7lepless" love-makins. In despera
tion she announces her- encasement
to his father? a Kay widower.
Carver decides that the only way
to end the match 'is to dissrraee the
family so the uirl won't dare marr."
Into it. He tries various sorts of
"disgraceful work." even to aceptin
a job as hus hoy in a restaurant, only
to find that instead of Ileitis thought
less of, the newspapers made great
capital of hU "example to the patn-r-ered
and lazy worklnginan:
Of course, everything comes out all
right after a series of typically Wash
l.urn situations, reph'te with humor
The -turn of the story is novel and the
iwhole production is most excellent!)
cast. Ann May is the leading woman.
FATK AC.AIX THISOWS
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hicle, centres around the figure of a
ilurovenian princess, who, because oi
l.-i conside'red uneltKiblo for marriaffe.
In Alorovenia, only young ladies,
whii.se maceful proportions bring the
j stales up to three hundretl pouna
are considered beautiful (in the ex
' trernei. Therefore, the poor, slim
i i rineess, (Mabel N'ormand) stands
j very little chance of realizing the
i happy state of matrimony,
j he is hidden away, until one day,
j Ik cause of an offer that her father
j has for the hand of her younger
, sister, a lawn fete is given in he
honor, in an endeavour to find her
a husband, so that her younger sister
may be married. The law of Moro
j venia says: "Xo girl can marry, who
(has an older, unmarried sister."
1 For the celebration, the slim prin-
suit, and has it
sume9 the pro-
! poruons of her countrywomen. But
By some peculiar twst of fate, it
seems that AVallace Reid, Paramount
Ktar is destined to have some connec
tion with automobiles, automobile rni.. j
Ing or th automobiles business in i
each of his starring vehicles. j
In three former pii tiifps, "The )
Roaring Road." "Kxcuse Mv Dust'!
and "What's Tour Hurry?'' Air. p.eid j
played the roles of an au;o race driver.
In another picture, "Double Speed,"
an automobile played a big part in the
plot of the story. And in "The Charm
School." his new picture which come
to the Arcade Theatre Sunday and j cess dons a rubber
Mondavi he is seen as an automobile I blown tin until she
However, during the course of thei unfortunately, a piece of wicker in the
picture, he deserts the automobile j chair it pot which she sat, punctured
business for the yet more delightful i the rubber and the poor princess,
nosition of nr.ncinal of a young ladies' ! glued to th" spot, with shame -and
boarding school. Pretty Lila Lee Is flight-grew slimmer and thinner, and
his leading woman. I her late admirers watched In startled!
, 1 d-s.ippointment.
ALT. Sl'XDAY AXI MONDAY The slim princess retired to a quiet
"The Slim Princess," JIaliel Xor- corner under the wall te dwell upon
mand a latest Gofdwvn starring vc- the inconvenience of her beautifu
Over the wall, came an
young American, Pike.
With straightforward, Yankee impul
siveness, he began making love to the
princess, but the servants see him and
chase him away. Xot to be easily out
done, pike returns to ask the slim
princess' father to allow her to niarry
Her father desires to know his rank,
whether he has any social position,
and Just in what manner and way he
is qualified for the hand of his daugh
ter. Now Pike is a Yankee, and as
Yankees are not kings, nor knights,
nor anything else In this line. Pike
has to do some quick thinking to find
the qualifications necessary-to gain
h's desire. He does it! But how? See
Mabel N'ormand in "The Slim Trin
cets" which conies to the Alta Theatre
."wr two days, commencing Sunday.
PASTIME SI X RAY AXD MON DAY
Helene chadwick, "the most photo.
graphed girl In America" whose beau
tiful face adorns thousands of calen
dars posters and other art creatines,
is Will Rogers' new leadlnjr w!oman
in his new (ioldwyn picture "Cupid
the Cowpunchetir which comes to the.
Pastime' Theatre for two days, com
Hitherto used to playing parts In
which she wore handsome evening
iwn3 and trailed her satins and lace?
over expensive fujts and hard wood
polished floors, Miss Chadwick sud
denly found herself on a ranch neui
the California desert surrounded by
whooping cowboys. She plays the
part of the daughter of the ranch
owner, returned from an Eastern
boarding school. "Houghing It" didn't
bother Miss Chadwick at all as she is
an'outdoors girl, golfing and mountain
climbing particularly appealing to her.
Adults, 35c '
PASTIME Sun. Mon-
Children 5c Adults.20c
Happy New Year '
He Wanted to Shock
' , No snip of a girl could tell HIM he had
'' no pep and turn him down !
No doting mamas smear that syrupy
; "nice boy" stuff over HIM!
Bring en your notorious actorines!
Bring on your bright lights and your
dark deeds. C. Elliott Endicott was out to
i ; .do harm! He'd .disgrace that high-falutin
' . family of his even if he had to work.
And he did! And you'll disgrace vour-
THE HOMELIEST MAN
If you had been chosen by an overwhelming majority as the
homeliest man in town, would you have nerve enough to fall
in love with the prize beauty? See this delightful comedy
of the West.
Adapted fiws thestoiy'KLIZ LLOYD. COWrJKCHR"4,EL4X0RCS
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m Children 10c
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
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MABEL NORMAN D The Slim Princess
A REAL MABEL NORMAND HUMMER '
A WHALE OF A HITTHE FUNNIEST PICTURE EVER MADE
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