Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (April 1, 1921)
DAILY EAST 0REG0N1AN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 1, 1021.
the author of Ihe "iy, I o the ill-r.i-ii.r
rf tin- picture, nnl It i claimed
iti;it "The rhirt.cn In the -no'' will
, i.'me him in the frwit runks of comedy
i In addition t the slur the cast c.m
intn the mimes of Katherlne Perry,
ToJiiy Siimiwoii, Vivian tndon, Kd:i j
1 Nils.. n an. I Waller Walker.
ENVOY; TO JAPAN?
. (i-n Mitoro and - The hi. Ken in
Ihe Cane." That will he Hi" com.Miy
fomhlnni i.n on l "I the Mm thea
tre for loNv, m V.i'- "d Miv rVr.--.-n
Xn, If ynn have mnllen s-ile, ).r--nr-re
to xtiiit.- lh m then.
In hl IMt S-I?nt. k I'i.-mre Mr
Moore bn been rn.ll il .ih uiu'lln-t
of hi well-knueo unit ex.-'.i-uo 1)1'
l f rereen f Ivinr-riK, u'1.! il w r). ha
uled ihiit hii role of r';oce Perkins.
will -tie tnv n'm 111 1 t-i a the fnn
met Ihlii he h&s over done.
The utorj, lv Vii'ior ll. erni in. 1s
muitht coninlv vciiiOK im f.-m e, mil
the hero ik h your.s man h.i tries 10
delude hl. mint. ho Is n'ro hi fmn
tn I iiimrdim. Into l elieviiis he hri
married und !"t:lcd down. here:is he
ill merely :nKle and mins to pet
cpoiirh money m nettle ut. To eairy
out the den!'.il he nilifts the id of
hi pal. Perry Jo:u. fr nn whom he
lmiade the loan" ( hi newly ae
niiired wife. What happens from then
on 1 better described tn fiction than
In n-ord. and the m lion
lot of It, will 1 found
hilnrlotm Beret n come ly.
TIIKY I.At till THK CUV
VI TIHA I.XM.II AtiVIX
AT XKW u api.ix HUM
They hoithed and cried!
Then cried and iaiiKhed! '
Ami left the theatre with every
motion from hysterical utiles of
lmnhter to the stiffed sobs of sym
pathy coinl'letvly exhausted.
That m the Oi-erionce of the audi
run. at the Arcade Theatre last nlRht
ix ho wejit to Ihe opening of Charlie
Chaplin's new film, "The Kid." widely
ndxertisod as Hist National six reels
of joy. "Six reel of Joy" tell hut half
ol it. for while Ihe comedian has never
been mirth -provoking In any pre
vious production, the story which'is
enfolded contains more, real heK
throl than many a picture thai ha
:uilt up reputation for emotional ac
tresses, Charlie I himself, hut he ha In
jected himself Into a story of heart
and there i Interest that haS seldom been equalled,
in this most The synopsis of il sound rather trite
'for It start with the abandonment of
Victor Me.-mvin. in a.Mnion to !ein
her baby hy the Woman who h heen
a box of Vogan's
Brazil nuts .
Selecrei, meaty Brazil nuts,
creamy fondant, jackets 'of
dark and milk chocolate.
Wonderful candy this, that
w ill make glad the heart of
At better dealers everywhere.
mUjW (0 BOONUMT
3 DAYS ONLY 3
Starting Tuesday Evening at 8:15
DAILY THEREAFTER AT 2:15 AND 8:15 P,
"THE BIGGEST THEATRICAL EVENT EVER
BROUGHT TO PENDLETON"
"NOTHING LIKE IT EVER SEEN ON LAND OR SEA"
kit w - n . fi uukrHn n t: . n
1 1 tin
"UHEXAMPLEO WONDER OF THE 20ih CENTURY"-
"Finett I'n evereemn'
I CUtier Cbrut?
Cloiu Cau Z.tott
"X Worm of Superb
"Worth tlOm ef
AN EIGHTH ART Combining
Drama, Painting, Poetry Of Music
A THIULLING PRODUCTIONEmbodyins The
F&mous Dramatic Story of the same Title, accom
panied by a (elected Orchestra of : - Symphony Players
JUQ7"fOifff cost of producton and Ironbound
contracts, "Way Down East" will never ht pro
imntod unywhmrm mrcertt at Flrt-Clan Theatre Price:
I'KK I or,-AIMISriIO
Mal.mo .". $I.(M
Ieuiim 5k-. SI.IMI. t
itii:ii t it sKXi h ow 1.1 l.l.i ;
t. suU M tlw lnipbn U an-lKiuj. lH-it. Wore, J'luuie 22
H i It it. i k onl) JiowUik (. xxl j.nl -ittt-'n lint it k g.Mxl bmine
ti.Mkr Mir rtxnalkHix w.
. T i . .
I Vs"" -. I,
I " '
; "WALTER F. BROWX
Senator Willis ot Ohio It trglni
President Harding to nam Wal
ter P. Brown, Toledo, O.. Repub
lican politician. U. 8. ambassador)
.to Japan or to aome otlter high
diplomatic post -
wronccil. Charlie finds thp baby nn.l
raises him to boyhood. The typical
Chaplinewiue methods of ralsliig the
Kid are responsible for a ood part of
the humor with which the piece
abounds, while his pitiable .whimsical
procedure to gain the child' love
dampened many an eye. The dramatic
climax of the film comes with Chap
l'n"s lof lrig fisht. and the Kid's despair
when the law separates them, but this
is followed so closely by a bit of com
edy which, perhaps Is the bent of the
piece, in which Charlie rescues him
i fter a chaso over roof tops, that peo
ple laughed the lumps right out ot
If you love comedy yon cannot af
ford to miss Beeing "The Kid," and if
you enjoy being held enthralled in the
grip of pathos there is a treat await
ing: after you get into the tlieatre where
it is showing.
Elderly People Need This
In Medicine Chest
To relieve chronic corvipalion, i.wijl
lieep t tK.tlio.of Dr. CaUwdi'a
Syrup Pcpiia handy.
MEARl.Y all people tis they advance
i:i a' sul.'cr from clironic constipa
tion. M.irty, However, are imiifferetu to
the laxative tliev use, on the theory that
' tliey are ail alike." That ia a treat
lr. CtluVell's Svrwn Pepsin, for cx
amp', is a mild, K"'"''0 riouid laxative,
and it docs not lose its effect willi re
peated use. It so trains the bowel
inutile tliat in time meilieiat cl all
kinds can be d.spvniied with.
A sixtveent bottle cf Dr. Caldwell's
Svrup I'epsin will list many months.
,T:ie proscription was written thirty
yuars asro by l)r. W. li. UaMwels a well
knoAO. famiiy doctor, who is himself
now in hi fCnd year and can ap
prvriute what c."iroiiic conatipatiou
must mea:i to elderly people; how it
briusa 0)1 hesduehes, colds, losa of ap
pet te itni sleep, heaviness and
gonerul dull fueling.
Every home that haa an elderly man
or woman should be provided with a
, battle ff Dr. Caldwell s Syrup Pepsin.
' Eiht million bottles were bought at
dni sto-l last year, ft is truly
wouierful constipation remedy.
i I ir
Children 15c , Tax Includcrji k
r-- - a r ir Ar l.
SnJ m Yvr nam ai J ad
lire.'! and I u ill if id 7011 a frte
Addrj m Dr. W. B. G.U
til, 513 WjihiniUNtSircC,
Monlicrllo, Illinois. Firrf
hody now and thm nccui a
luialii, and il is utll to lotaui
lit btll. WriM me bniay.
CUIFHTirS BAD SCAR
AND HOW IT 11 APPENED
D" W. Griffith bears on his cheek
today a scar that will probably never
disappear. It is the result of his brav-
ery in saving- from death in the ice- j
choked White River of Vermont, anj
assistant who was in imminent oanger
... ...O.R -OVCri
stiuuen lioou. 11 o'i,Il,ft -
of "Way Down F.isf that the Incident
occurred and Griffith himself was so
badly injured that he had to suspenn
j-II operations for several days whll"
he lay in a farm house under the care
of a surgeon. His risbt leg wns ripped
open' and both checks were badly cut
when he fell on the ice. However,
he saved the man.
"Way Mown East", ha the most
thrilling- ice scene ever presented be
fore a crowd of spectators. Indeed, It
in certain that no scene before shown
is as realistic as is that when Anna
Moore (Lillian Gish is rescued from
an ice floe by David Bartlett (Itichan
Darlhelmess) on the brink of a fall.
SANTIAGO, April 1. (A. P.) The
Fouth American countries will be com
mercial clients of the Vnited States so
long ns they are not able to avail them
selves of more advantageous markets,
says tho newspaper Ultimas Notlcias ip
an editorial in which it assert Ameri
can goods "ordinarily are of inferior
The paper says the war permitted
the Vnited States to enter into torn
mercial relations with the South Am
ericana who "by force . of necessity
were obliged to accept, Amerl'a
.strange system .diametrically oppose-.'
to those that had been used by the
gTcnt producing nntions of the old
world." It is well known, the paper
declares, that the methods employed
by the North American exporter differ
notably from those followed by the
exporters ot Great Britain and above
all by Germany.
"The American goods apart from
heiiiF) ordinarily of inferior quality
are costly," the paper adds, "and in
addition the iroods r-.re badly packed.
. 5 1 This results in heavy losses. More-
stoning heavy losses tq the Knropean
creditors," - ., . ' .
The merchant adds that Americans
nlways havo extended credit to serious
firms that respect their obligations and
do business on a solid basis.
tho Americans do not concede
1 credit and if they do concedo credit it
is on terms little acceptable."
Replying to the newspaper- charges
of Inferiority in American merchan
dise, a writer in the newspaper El Mer
curio, signing himself "Chilean mer
ihant" says: "If American goods are
consumed by l.iO.OOft.OOO Americans
and Canadians in fact by nearly half
the population of the universe are
you not able to be assured that Am
erican merchandise snouio ne goou ,
enough for we South Americans :
Answering the newspaper's asser
tion that American export methods
are entirely different-from those em
ployed by the Europeans, the "Chil-
A moment later the floe dannes over jean merchant says there are two ren
the brink and crashes below. The ef-jSOns for this: first, because the Euro
feet is overpowering. 1 peans, have demonstrated that their
Of course, such a scene could not I system of selling has not proven bene-
l,e rehearsed, tout the participants f icial since "it only has raciiuniea 11c
could be properly instructed before
hand. And it was Griffith himself
who did the instructing. Not only
that, but he also tried nearly every
thing before he would let his actors
risk their lives. He would personally
test each bit of ice that was to be used
by the actors as a resting place and
so great wa the confidence ot each
player in the director that there was
never a moment's hesitancy in taking
chances, once he was satisfied that he
could 'permit the scene to be photo
graphed. "Wav Down East" under personal
presentation of D. W. Griffith will open
a three day's engagement at the Alta
Theatre starting Tuesday April 5th at
S:15 and will be shown twice daily
thereafter during the engagement.
"BIXLET" WILk LEAD PARADE
LOS ANGELES. Ca., April 1. (A.
p.) "Bullet," a veteran fire depart
ment horse, with 20 years service to
his credit, will lead a downtown parade
to be held here soon to mark the pass
ing of tho remaining horse-drawn
equipment in the Los Angeles fire de
Plans. for the parade were made re
cently when the fire commission decid
ed to motorize the entire dapartment.
At present thej-e are thirty six horses
remaining in the service.
"Bullet" will wear a' collar of flow
ers in the parade.
"VOTES FOR SQUAWS!"
Princess Whltedeer. Mohawk In
dlan and Interpretative dancer of
New York, has taken up the toma
hawk to fight for suffrate for la.
ticipus businesses without foundations,
resulting largely in heavy losses
through bad arrangements or bankruptcies;"-
and secondly, because the
Europeans are not able today to ex
tend long term credits through lack
of means. The Chilean merchant
thinks the period of long term credits;
has passed never to return, and con
tinues. . fWhat occurred here in Chile before
the world war? A foreigner would ar
rive and set up a business with, say,
20,000 pesos. He then received visits
from the salesmen of European firms
who would deliver him merchandise.
At the end of two years he would have
a credit with these houses for more
than 200.000 pesos. At the end of an
other year he had declared bankruptcy
accidental or fraudulent thus occa-
FIRST STOP ' AM. PA1JT THES
PEELS THE COHJl OFF. j
Don't try to frox trot on corn tnirtured
feet. Get rid of your corns. If you
M. Y0urF.nH.pe7! n-morm TkoM
Cora. With "Cata.lt." '
... .... - - tl.. trljwt In death.
ppty a I'-w orji i uii.-v "
IIHtl 111 ly IIH II II im.l Rno i., ......
toon It Is nothing but a loose piece of
d.'sd skin that you can Aif t right off
wlfh your fingers.
Get alter them now. Toui- druggist
ns "Gem-it.'- Costs but a trifle or
nothing at all If It falls. MM. by U.
Lawrence & Co., Chicago.
U',1,1 ... Ltun,ilulnn ku Tatlmntl Co.
aod Economy Drug Co.
THE SOUL OF
A PICTURE OF
HOT SANDS AND
:- . t.,.f f
in the comedy he has been mk
ing for'nn eptire ycar;' packinir
$1,000,000 worth of lauffhs in
to six great reels. '
Writtd and Directed by
"ThiiiBS are getting
You'd belter run out mid
Tcck a Year to Make and Worth Erery Moment of It.
Dr. Lynn K. Blakeslcc
Chronic and Nervous Dl..eas"S anf
Diseases of Women. X-Ray Klectrk
! Temple Bldg. rtoom 1
Phone 2tO-V P. O. lVi SSt
Walla Walla Pendleton
Auto Freight Service
ROCND TRII-S DAILY
Ieavee Pendlrtna ip, n.
PetullHiin Phone 22.VW.
Quality PRINTING at Reasonable Prices
East Oregonian Printins Department;
ALTA ; Today
Vaudeville De Luxe
5 PEOPLE 5
Dreamy Hawaiian Music Hulu Hulu Dance Steel
BONO AND REMINGTON
The Accordionist and the Singer.
HERBERT AND CELESTE
The Actress and the Stange Mgr.
" .. IN . 1
In the Case
MACK SENNETT COMEDY AN UNHAPPY