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DAILY EAST OKEGONIAlt, PENDLETbN, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 29, 1021.
Al.T A TOIMY
SLI M filltl. IKillTS WITH
lion.li.H ()! M i:litUMCMl
To BALK TIIKIT W KIS.MX
vnlt Stewart i htwn In practically i
two character tn "Mind the l'alnt '
OSirl," a First National feature which!
will be shown t (hp Alia Theatre to- '
First who appears as the little slum
Itlrl, whi sweeps out her father's ."hop,
nnrt runs errands nnU lines ony handy '
v.ork tn help make ends meet for her j
I arents, w ho are very poor. As tho j
fhop K!r, hc is shown In mn or!
lens russeit ciiltro circs!, w ith Tifr j
hair haiiRine down her lac! and ham;
" imihwntue slylea. lpnom.it and.
untutored. rt sho has a xtrong heart t
.ma ivattles her way among the routiho
of the negihborhood who are very
much In lov with her pretty fno,
and try to irteal Kisyes as chance pre
Pull of ambition to pet out of the
"rbld neighborhood anil to win o
the hotter things of life, she takes the
cpportiinity of her father s death tn
move. Then she applies for a place
or the stage. After much diseouraKe-
rftent, she finally pets a place in the i
chorus. Then through the accidental
pillinf? of a bucket of paint, she pets I
nn Inspiration .ami sufxests the sons, I
dind the Taint," tn a composer. She
is Riven the opportunity to sing It and
nakes the hit of the season. .
Then as the famous music hall girl
anil the world at her feet, she Is pre
sented In beautiful irowns of every
description, gowns that every woman
will mant to study to see the latest I
In styles and the perfection cf their i
ALT A M MVW AMI MONDAY
William Faversham, Ions a cele
brity of the Ume in America and Knit
Intnl. has become a star of the screen.
Ho Is appearing in n series of Selxnlci.
l'icture. the first production heina
"The lan Who Lost Himself," which
will be shown at the Alta, theatre next
Sunday and Monday.
In this romantic mystery drama, the
player who once delighted hundreds tn
thousands as "The Squaw Man" and
"The Hawk," appears as an adventur
ous American who Is 'up' against H" Ih
London. A chnncb meeting In a hotel
throws an opportunity his way which
proves to be more than he bargained
for. overnight he becomes tn Engllsn
Karl, a situation which Would have
been quite pleasant had It not been
complicated by the presence In London
of the. Karl's wife and relatives.
Incident crowds upon incident: tne
complications pile up on one another
but character wins out, for Victor
Jones, of Philadelphia, proves to be a
filler and nobler Karl of Rochester
than Ttochester could hope to be.
There's many a dramatic situation,
with enough comedy and romance in
termingled to please the most fastid
This photoplay, it is snld, reaches as
Hiih In quality us any production in
which Mr. Faversham has appeared
during his entire career. Tt was writ
ten by It. de Vere Starpoole and di
rected by George T. Baker. The euir
porting cast Includes a number of
ARCADK Sl."Xl)AY AXD MONDAY
HICK PARTS WONPFRFTTj
n: v, says cii.yhi.es ily
Some people call them that, hut
Charlie Ray thinks they're wonderful,'
wholesome, and true to life.
"As a matter -cf fact," he says,
"they're reall small-town types such
as you t'.nH in James Whiteomb F.iley
or Kooth Tarkington,
"As I read these parts I see that
they have depth, and I try to portray
them with depth. They are really
character studies in my opinion."
Perhaps this, attitude accounts for
Charles Kay's unequalled success as a
portrayer of rube roles In the silent
EMPRESS EUGENE WILLS
JB'ELRY TO MUS
DEPRESSES WHEAT SUES
I PARI.1?. Jan. 29. (A. P.) The exe
jcutors of the will of the late Empress
Eugenie upon opening the document,
found in it a small sealed package
marked "For the Carnavalet Museum,
and containing a magnificent jewei
'representing the arms of the city cf
When the Empress Eugenie visited
Paris in 1913 she spent an afternoon
' ir the museum and was so touched t
I the affectionate and cordial welcome
she received that she promised that
she would remember the museum in
her will. This museum is largely a
municipal rather, than a national col
lection and the Empress desired in
this way to express her affection for
the city of Paris.
CHICAGO, Jan. 23. Conflicting in
ference drawn from an estimate of
the probable carry-over in the four
chief exporting countries had much to
do with a depression in wheat prices
yesterday, also with a subsequent rally.
The close was firm, 1-4 to 1 1-2 net
higher with March l.4 1-2 to 1.64 3-4
and May 1.54 to 1.54 1-2. Corn fin
ished 1-4 off to 3-8 advance. Oats un
changed to 1-8 lower and provisions
down 2 1-2 to I He. According to a
leading crop expert the U. S.. Can
ada, Argentine and Australia are like
ly to havo 170,000.000 bushels in ex
cess of immediate retirements.
At first these figures were generally
construed as a decided bearish factor
and together with unsettled political
and economic conditions in Europe led
to a sharp decline. Later, however, it
was pointed out that the average car
ryover in pre-war days was 259,000,-'
000 bushels. On this basis, one large
firm took the ground that the produc
tion -wits bullish.
Export buying of wheat and flour
had meanwhile developed, and the
market was showing a notable bulge.
"Corn and oats, governed by wheat,
touched a new low price record for
the season but later recovered.
Iownturns in hog values had a de
pressing effect on provisions.
CUPID SNARES -EM
BARER HAS AUTHORITY.
WASHINGTON. Jan. 29. (A. P.)
Secretary Paker has general authority
to act for President Wilson In passing
upon recommendations of the army
"plucking board," the secretary said
in an answer filed in the district su
preme court today to mandamus pro
ceedings brought by Colonel John W.
French to compel his return to his
rank as colonel on the active list
The reclassification '. board placed
Colonel French in Class B and rec
ommended his retirement.. The action
was approved by Secretary Baker.
Colonel French contended that Mr.
Baker had exceeded his authority.
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.Monday Is will bo operating at abom
52 percent capacity. For three Jays
per week it will be working on sched
ule for the present. The plant was
closed for more than a month. Graf
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A true r -
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Last Time Today
SEE AMERICA'S.GREATEST ACTOR IN A STORY OF TWO MEN AND ONE
WOMAN OF TWO MEN WHO LIVED ONE LIFEAND ONE MAN THAT LIV
ED TWO LIVES. A STARTLING STORY, A GREAT DRAMA. ' A PICTURE YOU
WILL BE GLAD TO HAVE SEENTAKE OUR WORD FOR IT.
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aStllllC - Monday
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The Picture With a Punch
CARL LEMELE .
in the Rain"
ROMEO AND JULIET
You bet it't rube stuff! , The scheming city guy who
gets his clause on to the farm the blue eyed country girl
who elope with him to the city the rube brother who
hikes out after her and all the quaint old folks of Peace
ful Valley they're all in it! But isnt that the sort of a
story in which you like Charlie Ray best, with the hick
humor, the sob and hefty wallop? Isn't it?
" Arthur S. Kane presents
tBBUt-k: '' t
in Sol Smith Russell's dear old stage success
'Peaceful Valley' '
III WWWI hi lndncnVnt
production from Ills own