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DAILY EAST OSEQOIAN, FE&DLETON, OHEGQN, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 23, 1021.
Gladys l,ellc, who plti! the part fit
rfcuvim In "KtrulKht l the Way." the
'cilja board piiluie satire which will
be ntiown at lho Alia Th.-ntiv today is ! srent advantage
voting New York pereon actress. -AN j Wakefield,
tbourh les sth.'in twenty-two yenrs old "Fortune's
.he has already had a we.iiih of screen
eMH-tienee. .. . .
that children of any age
thrive well on
It is nourishment abundant
Soon ft ttow-.if mnom
She :. educated t Washington Ir
ving Hith School aiul Columbia I'ni
vciNty, Mid before being engaged by
Iminmllnmtl Kilm Service for this
Cosmopolitan piny. appeared In sev
eral productions of Kdinon, Thnnhous
cr ami VRagnipli. sShe was seen to
In ''The Vicar of
"The. Beloved Impostor,"
ChleM," -Miss Duloie -t
Gray Towers,"' "Golden Showers."
' f ixio," "stitch In Time-," "Too Many
Crooks."' "The Gill Woman," "Mys
tery," "Midnight Bride" and "Elsie in
New York." Miss Leslie lives In
She has a delightful role In "Straight
is tho Wny," playing opposite Matt
Moore. Tho story deals with spooks
and crook, and It is a wholesome sat
irical comedy throughout Hubert G.
Vignnia was tho director.
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BOTH MARIHI'lt AX1
rai.vniiiH) wiix iju'uii
A departure from Mack Sennrlt
remedy tradition is promised In the
Coniedv King's latest five-reel su
per-production, "Love, Honor and Be
have,"' the First National attraction at
the Arcade Theatre today.
Charlie Murray, hero of a million
' episodes, w ill be introduced in a rule
i of Hgitimate appeal. He will imper-
sonate a "grave and reverend" Judge
of the S-iprenie Court, playing the
j pttrt with dignity and power. This
revolutionary rolo will be revealed In
the opening scenes of the 3tory when
Justice and Romance will come in con
Marie Prevost, a bride, and George
Cll'tira, her young husband, appear
l)eforo "Judge" Murray, carrying to
the halls of justice the fragrance of a
romance about to dit Here, it -is
pointed out, Is a sincere, and authentic
picture of dramatic material, treated
in a sympathetic and dignified man
ner, with ever so slight a wmk of the
eye on the part of the Jeamed Jurist
Not Ion, however, does the plote re
. main In the atmosphere of staid
drama, for the jurist, in order to con
vince the jealous bride, of the inno
cence of her bridegroom, tells a story
of his own experience- when he too was
a bridegroom: the said story's purport
; being to discredit circumstantial evi
dence. j It is this story' that forms the bulk
l of tho episodes depicted in "Love,
! Honor and Behave" episodes that
bring Murray back to his traditional
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rXPlAlSIOX JS UBOKATOUY
ATLANTA, C.a., March 23. Profes-
sor Bliss and several students. were in
jured in an explosion in the laboratory
of the Emory university.
Famous Players -Lasky Corporation
" t Presents
15 THE WAY'
A Cosmopolitan Production
CI paramount Qidure
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Hood Pressure Proc- '
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HALLROOM EOYS COMEDY CLEVER CUBS
LONDON, March' 23. (V. r.)
Lady Reading thinks it is "like a
fairy-tale'" that her husband, who
when 15 years old went to India as a
ship's tioy, 1s now going to land , at
Bopibay as Viveroy.
Quite soon nvw. lady Heading will
be receiving veiled ladies at Purdah
parties. Discussing her approathins
deparature. Lady Heading said she
was looking forward very much to the
whole affair, except that she would
have to leave her 'gloved grandchil
dren.'' lady Reading has spent much time
studying the problems of tho women of
India and hopes to be a great help to
them. . ,
PORTLAND, March 23. (('. P.)
A real war on the flour milling circles
following a cut of 40 cents per barrel
Monday was begun when the Kerr Gif
ford company duplicated the cut again
today, bringing the price to nine dol
lars per barrel. Other mills cut the
price to S9.40.
Waters was a Pendleton visitor this
Mrs. Jack Dockweiler was a week
?nd- visitor in Pendleton.
Mr. und Mrs. Ward Connell went to
Pendleton on business Friday.
Ben L. Burroughs, from Pendleton,
A-as here between trains Friday.
Mrs. Ruby Loois was here from
Huntington visiting her parents.
Dorothy Shreckhise -has been finite
lick with measles, but is getting along
Steve Lawlor has returned home
Miss Leta Hawes from La Rrandc
has been here visiting her .brother Roy
Hawes for the past few days.
W. M. Chelf went to La. Grande Sat-
unlay evening to attend the dance.
r- Chinook winds have been blowing
the' last few days and tho enow is
rapidly disappearing. ,
The first teams over the mountains
came in March 20. .They came
through snow drifts ten feet deep.
They were bound for Tho Dalles, Or.
MIXERS CALL STRIKE.
PITTdBUKO, Kans., March '23
(A. P.) Alexander Howatt and the
Kansas miners union executive com
mittee called a strike of'150 miners In
defiance of industrial relations. and in
junction of the district court.
PUTS"PEP IN CUBS
H " A ti
mx ymm vjjmy sens m h
i present '. his Outing fcr'Alimardacf,
y - '
3. Mrs. J. A.
'MADELON' OF GREAT
LAKES TRAINING STATION
MURDERED BY HUSBAND
R(K"KFORD, Ills., March 23. (If.
P.) The "Madelon" of the' Great
Likes training station lies murdered
here. Mrs. Reulah Upton Howard,
who liko the girl in the popular
French war song, kept Hp the monrfe
of the student sailors ot tbo Great
Lakes by singing during the war. was
shot Jn a hotel last night by Corporal
Charles Howard of Camp Grant, her
husband, who then suicided. The mar
riage of "Madelon" to the corporal
was a result of a war romance.
PORTLAND '"Y". HAS BIRTHTsAY
PORTLAND, March 23. (V. P.)
The Portland Y. M. C. A. celebrated
lis 53rd birthday foduy. It is sffid to
be one of the oldest units of the asso
ciation in the west. -
Everyone has heard tell at re
juvenated ball teams. That's thr
Chicago Cub outfit (his year.
With the snappy, scrappy Johnny
Even back at the helm, there ii
lp. pep. and go-get-'em a-plenty
in (he spring training of the crew
'Ibis season. , Hers he Is giving
his crew the once over at (heir
training; catnp'ia Pasadena, Cat '
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