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IH li I-Xllvl T1!U MINI
1 ruliiiWy in, mution picture win 1 1''", because of the war, the Hrltish
ever made under more difficulties llvin --l,n prohibited from Itmkiiis any
Henry Arthur Jones' "The Oill o( jMriden In their methods pf picttire
Vomh." the seenml prod .ction of the I n'mkinK ami America had willed nloiij;
Famiitm rinyem-ljisky i riti.- h l'r- he.id of them lv t.?verl years. They
i - j. .....I, . J didn't, have skilled mechanics, elect rl-
y-ur slwsy ranfilent
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of lu p-itiMl lw mitr I '
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A LEAP ACROSS A YAWNING CHASM!
HcTfemani hip that would threw conservation
j into the ranlss cf the greatest rodeo!
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Thrills that would challenge the daring- of
- . . the greatest circus act! .
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A thriller of thrillers featuring the most Popular
CC actress ci the screen !
15 SMASHING EPISODES
- THE DRAGON'S NET with MARIE WALCAMP
J COMEDY FRESH FROM THE FARM
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"PUSS WAS IT IN THAT DAWN TO EE ALIVE,
PUT TO EE YOUNG WAS VERY HEAVEN I" '
fTfy Al ' rS )
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A HUGH FORD
Filmed in England and Played by a Great English Cast
The bargain feepied fair enough. On one side, power
and puccesa, but a ma'i no longer young. On the other, a
family who owed hi.ti all.' How simple to pay with a
beautiful girl at the ahar. But that little bargain left
out low, and Come see Youth have its way.'
l'li!iili.y Iiy Ke t'usll
Adittte1 from the l-Vijry" '
TIh- tlB- hy HF.VItY AltTIHH JirVI-'H
COMEDY 'IT TAKES A CROOK"
.(liner. Mil., wlilrh wn fllmel t the
, new Minim !io:ir London. Tills point
is nn interesting one to rocnll when on.)
:"' wlim i)u niarvoluuM tvaulu
ihchieved l.y going iu the Arcade Thou
: t.ro today. ,. ;
W ht n U .iiih K.n1, one of the btRSrai
I Amortfufi directors, in no sent to .Una-.
to produce pirtimK. the other ill-
vectors hold tin their hands In hoiTor,
iur mry Knew iniit lie would lie up
iis.ilnst untold difficulties. In the first
j clans, studio equipment.
J Hush Ford, however, veteran ol
I screen and sumo, ipiiokly took stock of
1 nil conditions mid remedied them to
the txtent that "The Call of Youth"
ran bo. shown nnywhero and compare
fnYra''ly with any picture made in
..rasiy with any picture made
thi country. Mary Olynne,. J,i
Kiihhs, Malcolm Cherry iffld lien We
ster aiv In the leadincr roles.
All embryonic write,, who hu
All embryonic writers, who have
nsptrat;ons to make contributions to
! creen literjuatre. should be Interested
to km w that there is n srreat dearth In
stories conlaiuini; real human interest
while there Is a surfeit of narratives
devoid of nppcal to the human side.
DAILY EAST 0REG6NIAN,
No less an authority than Allan lw.m,
the well-known producer ol photo
plays w hose latest achievement 1.1 tit s
line, "Th Scoffer-' Is scheduled U r an
'nsnmlnlient at the Art-itik- Thctrt
limay, has just made a declaration t
this effect and he backs It up by cull
ing attention to Iho fact that vei-v few
tilnni nowadays ure even adVerlised ns
human interest attractions.',;
"When I dlscoveivd the 'highly hu
man iualltles of -The Scoffer 1 waa
dellithted because it offered io many
opportunities for the development of
a real true-to-llfe seriea of iuiationi,
mirror to all th world," he said re
mlrrow to all the world' he said re
cently In n Interview, "All men who
hiivo dedicated their lives to this busi
ness as i have, Inevitably feel proud ot
any accomplishment which seems to
do his fellow-man good and It does do
incalculable good to give mortals the
truth, the whole truth, as is certainly
tiono in this latest picture of mine.
'It is most difficult to secure good
human Interest stories. You would be
surprised to know that out of ten ac
crplable manuscripts P have in my
possession now, only two of them con-
tain anything- resembling real human!
interest. Tho appeal of th average
story, is generally the cleverness of .Us
Oolgn, of the suspenseful way in
which a bully good story w told.- Ac-i
count need not necessarily be taken ol
the human Jhlnga Involved, just as
lnng as the plot moves along and
keeps , th peoplo Interested. The
whole thing can be badly theatric and
still make a hit. But. my 'tip' to all
would-be writers ivould bo, to solve;
the problem by Injecting real human
interest In. every story they write."
(East Oregonlnn Bpec'ul.)
1 I1ERJIH5TOX, March 29. If. J.
Longley, a. former resident cf.this city,
dieil Saturday. March 19th at St.
Paul's Hospital at St. Paul'Minneso
ta. His death wan due to pneumonia.
Mr. Longley had many friends here
who regret to hear the sad news.
. Hermistcn placed Boardman here
Sunday, w inning from her with -a score
cf 5 to 1. Jt .was a jkinkI. fast game,
l.'Ki score being 1 to 0 in favoj, of
Hoardman until the seventh inning.
Hermiston run In two in the' seventh
inning and three In the eighth. A
larfe crowd was In attendance and all
tiiorougWy enjoyed the game.
.Mr. Graylop, principal of the Ad
ams school, made a business trip to
Hermiston last Wednesday.
A large crowd attended the "Sea
Wo'te," Jack London's famous story
which was given at the Phiy House
last Monday night. This was given by
tre library as a benefit. Music, Sonus
and vaudville took an Important part
in th'- evening's entertainment.
Vr. and Mrs. Emmet Crocker have
unvea into their new home on Gladys
avenue, which they recently purchased
troir. new Hall.
.. A. M man, thief of tilt repnv-
r.enta Division, United States recla
mation service, -Washington, D. C.
v'tited the project March 21 and 22
He left on the 2J r the Boise pro
J no si. r;. am wil lentertain at a
Silver Tea on Wednesday, Alarch 30th
at tae home of Mrs. H. M. 'Bc-hilling,
wto with Mesdumes Silvey, Brown
s.ui. Ehcmky and 1'helps will act a
uoaieswes. 'mere will lie a talk on
f.'i nr custnms by Mrs. George Hoot.
The. M.- E. Aid .will ontejtain at -a
ar.J hosicies at a ple,isant.irmner par
ty at their home on Thursday evening.
iO ' ers were laid for tight, the table
v.ua daintily decorated In green and
white In keeping-with the St. Patrick
.j rit.. After dinner they all adjourn
ed to the .auditorium' and spent the
rest of the evening with the dancers
.Miss Incs Gnidinier from Seattle is
visiting her sister, Mrs. 'W. .', Illsley
,on route to her home In Uaker cits'.
Mr. and Mrs. A. EJ. ttobb returned
!homo last Friday morning from Spo-
iwiiio w ncro tney nave Been lor sever
al tuoii-ht: past.
. H. ?l;tt and C. S. McXaughl left
Sunday evening for J'ortland to attend
to l.HMMOsa matter. They will be gone
ieytr.'il oaysv -,.
Mi s, O. B. J'crcay has aacepted the
PO-.-.P 1(1,1 of librarian in the local li
bra y r.Ie vacant by the resignation
"I 'Mis; t. V. Burgess. . '
W. A. Mikcsell moved h:s fnmily
,..1 on he Teservoir ranch the first of
t ,e week. Pat. Mooney.and family
'..ill occupy tiie house vacated by them.
f Thli dDretyn wrap present the
(Tract of the flowing cape line, yet
Ut btld loudly to tbe figure by lb!
beltad-ln effect at the front waist-,
(line. Sand color and medium blue)
jdaTeeya are used to work out tbcj
;two-olor effect and embroidery Inl
:a Urge latticework tDottr ia c
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ai aa,ttTr.dcrattua cn.tb
KING BACKS OUT
m king nr ainm h.,. n.... ....
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of Prioco Vkrarldhl be;auo they
r "fampcramentally unstlted "
NEW YOIUC, M;'.rch 2'J. (A. P.)
Two new offem of sites for the Denip-
sey-Carpentler heavyweight champion
ship were made to 4'romotcr Tex
lilckurd yesterday. One camv from
a .cvuda silver mining camp and gu
aranteed the promoter Jsiiu.UOO If he
would stage the contest-there July 4.
The other was presented by repre
sentatives of a London syndicate and
included a halt million dollar offer If
the bout could be held In the Olympla
during Derby week.
Hickard said that a final decision
might be expected this week.
From authoritative sources it was
learned, however, that Klcknrd has no
intention of holding the nvith in nnv
L ' it
J' ; fy woman, who
AJ I A all women" ' (
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TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 29, 1821:
.fcMlH!-MI4 m i',,j!P 1.7
l)0ins with pirls ns they
approach maturity, and that ii
the very tlmotlie mother Ahould watch
' that tlie imporuint function of daily
el'inlnatlon U regular slid normal.
- Many thomandfl of mothers who
haveilaugliiinvwill tell you they give
only Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. A
teaspoonful is sufitclent to rellevt
Constipation and its commoner aymp
tenis auch as licaaarhe. bad breath,
biliousness, loss of appetite and rust
less sleep, 1
Syrup Pepsin is 1 compound of
Ecyptian Senna and other simple
laxative herbs with pepsin sad
pleasant-tasting aromatlcs, and a
sixtv-eeiit hoitle is enouuh for many
months. Eiulit million bottles were
bouulit at drug stores last year, the
laiveat mile ol the kind in the world.
lr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin has
been on the market thirty years and
tliere must be genuine merit behind
It to develop oirge and steady a
sale. Buy a bottle today and you will
Quickly see why it is so popular.
TRY IT FREE
Send me jiour name and address
and I ill send you a free trial bottle
of mvSvraft Pepsin. Aiidrcss me Dr.
WB. CoIuVf 11, 5 i3U'ajhinton St..
.MoneiccUo, IIL ieerjboJjf now ond
thrn nads a laxiirier, and it Is rell
v to know the best Write me today ,
isolated section if a site near the met
ri polls is available. The expense at
tendant on such a boxing bout Is so
great that only a large center ot popu
lation to draw from would warrant
erection of an arena largo enough to
seat 1ho spectators nececsary to pay
for the purse involved.
Three Days Starting
I Spn' mind helping
a dog -but nothing
r so low as-'a man
t :n s5
OF INTEREST TO ALTA THEATER PATRONS?,
It is with pleasure and pardonable pride that we
are able to announce that on the evening of Tuesday,
April 5th, the theater-going public of Pendlotcui and
vicinity will see the first presentation of the most
beautiful and unusual entertainment ever presented
in this city. , - , ,-.;y
This unusual attraction is coming to Pendleton
virtually by popular .demand, "to amaze, delight and
thrill theatergoers. . .
It is not Grand Operant is not Drama, it is not
Tragedy, it is not Comedy, it is not' Choregraphic
. Art, it is not Poetry, nor is it a Paintingi ' .. ,. -
And yet the many of those of you who are fortu
nate enough to witness it will find it a composite of
all these arts, a new and an Eight Art combining
the beauties of all the other aits, welded together in
one perfect harmonious whole by the Master Magi
cian of the Age.
(Signed) ALTA THEATER MANAGEMENT.
NOTE See .tomorrow's papers for additional
.news concerning this attraction. ;,
' . Adults, 35c
OUR ENDORSEMENT eoe
It must be a strikingly unusual
endorsement. It must be a portrayal
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..nn. v oail v,P1.e 33 t0 8tand brPy dramatic; . and because
The .Scoffer is one photodrama you'll remember in a hundred
we unhesitatingly commend it to you.
' ' (Signed) GREULICII & MATLOCK,
' ; By C. G. Matlock, Mgr.
3 flerei a
A drama of wonderful conflicts.
Man's hate against man's fear
Woman's passion against girl's love
Scoffer s skill against tempest's might,
Men who arc real
wonderful In their
Perfectly picket! citst,
with "THE SCOFFER"
photodrama to win
A coward and a run-away, wife,
caught by the man both had ruined!
Now Watch the Drama Spring!
it- . -
f rnmrninn .i..u .i
men; men who nre bennts. Women
love; women r.iii,.M. i (h..i- ,..o. "
maile reHl by Mary . Thnrinun r.. ...j
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KICK IN HIGH LIFE"