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DAILY EAST OEEGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 8, 1921.
h waiter at the Hits, restaurant, line;
mini lull', ami one In which iliv many
loimer .. me Rinr are piunim-u h( , ,(V(; w Uh n yimnf ,,,,,,,
much, Karmnn I cum a roniantli , , , j , ,
the ooniviitltton of the mo: t iltttM
aim aim; toiv
ami i ivm
lover who Is us sure with hi sword as
with lils limit. As the hero In "The
Advent in el " hi' I" certain In score, for
it l llio Iyii( of rolo 111 which hp has
won his greatest fa nip hk un actor.
William Km iiiiih h ability Is tin im
.Musil.mi il un is the fact I rtn t he has
the larsost follow Ins of
wni'ii ii.ii' In the world. In this in
men In sni-li-ty fornis the less of an
original ami startling xlyry of l.fo In
tho upper strata of tho smart sot t
t i way Tearle- lays.the part nf the i
VOllnir 1 1 iiti :i ti 11 il onootolo hlio lu.ito.l
any male I ,,,,,, ,.,,. ,. .... .,,..,
fiimi'hR mm Un pWUirv M.tr. ill
n t (lie Ar-;i'lf- thi-Mtv in W'ltttnm t
WvV i.rMiTiifim r n o.nntic love j
ki.iim. "The A'lvt-mmvr.' l K. ..l-ytt t
lu.MiiM i. ....... whu appoum
in tiisnn Tnf line lusiru'nic (ourius ... ijnnWn
te .iv w -Vr.-y-.u v. 1
of ihi yi uiiK sooli ty bin). Ida Purlin,
who aniicars as the ti.uulc ilninc la
for lir mir! r:i i n I of ho.
rlcial.-.l him to his present , ..,,.. ,lnlh .... ,., ,,
:mii'iit position. isoroen. oth.rs In th miiiiuirtlnv r-,isl
InclmlluK Jack Molan ami Huntley
The story was written by .Mr. Tearle.
aiiti uibmttiil fur rh u.Tt.tMi in 1 j.u'ii
an a, tv.ss who has risen rapidly ami Alien Hr.m.w. Hi.,rt h..ii- .11.
The fomiutno portiiui of tho auillinc
,"",,! Pfvin "m1 Ha'-llffftUown!.. anil the men too will not be ne-
ri.'.n.rt out an exce lent ennipany. J.Klocted in tn0 m!lt,r of HnrovM
iorion luowarus nirei'ieu inp picture.
As usual, a strong supportliiff cast
is hern iilwn this popular anil talent-
i, s'.ar. I'layiiiR opposite him Is Es-
telle Tailor, a new comer In this city.;
i for Ahom 11 bright future Is predicted. I
Vw OaxaniMii e, Oorothy lrakp, Harry
1 Southard, Kenneth fasey, I'al Haiti-j
! splendor, as worn by the plutocrats of
was photoni-aphi d by John ,, wori, ,)t fasnll)n.
ALT V TtI)AV
l wis J. Sclxniclt presents Conway
Tearle at the Alta Theatre today In
"Society Sitol's," n drama of modern
society which for thrillliifr plot and
Sorfeci;& setttnfs Is said to be the fin
est In which this star has evr appear
ed. The story deals with a youns Italian
of cooii (.duration who takes a position
DE LUXE FILMS
A THRILLING .
DRAMA OF THE
A STORY OF
-Tin: a i v kn Tin Kir
"The Adventurer." as presented lust
evening by William Fox at the Arcado
Theatre, for a run of two days, proved I
to lie n spirited romance and William !
Farnum a thrice welcome star. . R. !
Lloyd Sheldon ha written a story that
at all times Is well sustained, and in
the role of the hero Mr. Farnum has!
demonstrated oncn more his richt to!
be called the leading actor of the silent!
drama. There is in his performanc
CHILDREN, 10c ADULTS, 35c 1 f Don Caesar do Hazan that w hich
I no inner acior w?i recall could nrm
a box of Vogan's
Selected, meaty Brail! nuts,
creamy fondant, jackets of
dark and milk chocolate.
Wonderful candy this, that
will make glad the heart of
. any girl.
At better dealers everywhere
I i7iej in a romantic tol
TA7TT T T BLKA
I 7 JUiUlfUU
to it. His years of experience on tha
stage and screen have fitted hlrh per
fectly for such a role, and is was in
j this tvpe of part that he scored so em
phatically before motion pictures had
reached the level they occupy today.
William Farnum scores a personal j
triumph as Don Caesar de Bnzan; and j
his supporting company is excellent.
Estella Taylor made her screen debut
in this city as Maritana n gypsy maid
en, nnd she won instant favor. The
direction by J. Gordon Edwards is fine,
and the production has been staged
with a great care. The sets are rich
nnd the exteriors nre particularly at
tractive. In short, "The Adventurer"
a real treat a novelty done with
j Ymnrrsu wr c llovo nnaooM 1
, See it at .
-r t25SiS2P. 4iji' ' .. ev w' J
, Adult., 40c
The Two Scotch Macks
International Entertainer ;
TEETS & WH EATON j
Harmony Singing and Swede Comedy. .
UK C HE AND - rrnrnfliirin t,myDrnncpmWrDf7'
MBffELfflL BOOM gBljr ,
FflHWMffl FORMS BUiLDiNG PLANS
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TillffsIO A nril S T!oi- W,.rrla
j Harris described to the United Press'
!the mysterious 'rrs. Fairchild," who, j
j he said, paid him and his pal to kill j
Joseph B. Elwell, a Xew York milli
onaire. Harris said ".Mrs. Fairchild"
J offered him and "HilP Hunkin 5.000
jto pet Elwell out of the way. .The
woman was introduced to them in a
jtaxicab by the driver "Jerry." She is
j 30 yejirs old. he said, a blonde wh
(blue eyes. Her diamond rings and
other gems and her disregard for ex
penses, Harris said, indicated she was
CHICAGO. April 8 (A. F.1 The
inquiry into '.he fireworks explosion
early last week, which cost several
lives, today resulted in the holdim; of
Jacob Zimrlng, a bookkeeper for the
Zl niter-Shaffer concern, on whoso
premises the explosion occurred, on a
Later Isadora Shaffer, a nephew of
one of the owners, also was held on a
SI'KKANK. April f. (A. T.)
Plans to bring together labor repr
scntiitives and building material deal
ers with a view to estatiiiKniug UV
lowest possible cost of building homes
in this city this spring are to he for-!
initiated at a meeting of a special com- !
mitteo of the Spokane chamber of
comnierco to be held soon.
Plans for residences of various sixes
are to be prepared, it was stated, and
the lowest possible cost of building
emh will bn established.
LEWIS J. SELZNICK PRESENTS
ikfi" ' " "
He was only a waiter, but he pcave a snobbish society .
set, the sensation and shock of their lives. '
FOX SUNSHINE COMEDY HOLD ME TIGHT
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i essons in Love- Best Groomed Star of Silent Drama-1
Viola Dana in Sea Tale-Premier Screen Heavy
Keeps Wedding Secret-TypicalAmerican Boy.
KsSO.NS In jac," In which Con- (been withdrawn so that "tne best
1 itancc Talmadge stars is a story ! groomed" star of the jsllent drama
of hidden idennty. Two o:d men i way her ent)re llmK t0 mo;10n
mm iitTempi to pick a nusuunu 101 i
..uir ward, a charming young girl.
jut of these old men tries to induce
;u nephew to corns east and mceti Warner Oland richly deserves hU
the fiin. He refuses. The aged plot-1 title of "Premier Screen Heavy." as
js then decide that the uncle shall J,e has thrown fear into the heart of
play dead, leaving a will with provi-; many a celebrated leading lady. Be
.ions that the nephew shall inherit J torn his screen debut lr. Oland con-
: pictures until nrxt fall.
trlbuted much to the American
li'n fortune If
J'.ie report of the old mans death, atre. He i the Kreatcst authority in
orln:s the yoens man east. The girltthis country of Ibsen and also Is re
ihn decides to take a hand in her j sponsible for the Little Theatre nove
'H srfn'ie. She is not one to place ; mr,nt here. Besides having every Ib-
n'?ifi'! on exhibition for a prospect
ive ruibend to look over and reject,
'as may please bim. She hides her
Identity oehind a serving maid's tin!-;
:orm, and thus dlsjruised. piays fast
and loose with him. Of course, be
f.ills in love with her end she with
i'lni. There is a serious muojnder-
'ndir.g towards the end and a final
ri conc;i atlon.
Alice Brady j
Alii Brady's plans for the spring
nril food news to her many friends'
nrouhout the country. For a long
i n'e lie has been dlvidine her time
octiv":-n a motion picture studio on
i.onir land and the Broadway vtage.
.N'a'urstly Miss Brady's pictures were
- '1" ""A ' T i '
wnesque role at his fini;er tips he won
no small renown playing Shakes
pearean roles with Sothern and Mar
lowe, and with Viola Allen in J"he
Kternal City." "Twelfth .Night" and
Hi; played I.eroque In the -stage j
production of"Madame X."
- Wnrner Oland's career In serials Is !
f imillar to all those aco.u:ilnred with !
the biff succees of the lat four'
years. He pl ayed heavy roles In J
Tatrla" with Mrs. Vernon Castle.
"The I"atal llinir" and "The I.lphtning
Haidir." wi:h I'e;irl White, and "The
Third TCye," in which he was co
starred with Hilei-n Pecy. His most
recent st-rinl Is "The Phantom Foe."
:n which he shores stellar honors with
Juanita Ilanwrn. and at present he Is
. J . , i working on an as yet unmtned serial
o Keep wp as scvei-e a schedule as I ,,. .
,'if fans wanted waile he was work
Kitzsetald, author of the story. He i
is the brilliant youn; writer stlli in
his early twenties whose fiction l .
now so prominent in ,the leading r.a- ;
Miorta! iimqzincs. "The OfT-hoti-
f'lratr." u the tald of a modem Cap
tain KUii. am.' of a girl who ou"w
him at h:i own fc-nme of h.Kh rtan ki!
huccaiKtrin.4. Ardita FMrnam. p.iin- i
pr red and pcMed hc-ire-is lo rtiltiohs.
lias her own yacht, her tuo:or and
I every olher l.ixury that: unlim:f!o
iweallh cm buy. Flescutd from liti : -i
up ni'n one day by a d-jb'itair Ki:.
'.ian. she fall. d'sperateiy in loie vv ? a
' hun and declare she will marry him
Her urrlc, however, iarns 'hat ih"
Uui:in Is an u"ipr;nc;(,t. a fcr'u'ie-
. hunter, and proposes Tobv Moreland.
a band.-nn:'- jnur;;' Ainert'-fin. a-. :-.
( . . itt, nt-,ta fur li t
iwith Miss Hansen. . . .
I has never ni " oby and ilatly rt-
(f behind the footllEhta. But now! iw uiimhiit nraic-- fues to consider r.lm as a surnr.
netythir.ir his changed. "Anna As-j This Is a romance of youth 'n all ,vhrn a series of advtntures trar'nire
i'til" Mlvs Brady's last starring ve-1 its carefree 'oyonsncs. Painty lit'lcin nhlch h'r yarht Is board' d by :
uiclo on the Kew York stage has i Viola Dana Is the star, and T. Scott, dashing latter-day pirate and ArJi.a
itnrr'i H'.v.iy to ca a pr.sincr lo-v
.-hi) .Mr-'T.tej hcrflf- fr.mi bond .re
.md lurr.s -he tab'cs on tVr fre-'
s'lrop't'Tu c.ry.tor is unfo.rfed' in
i tttli:.; good stoiy of swift action anui
An unu-ual aiecment wh'rh kept
wedding cecret to more than one
and a half years, Is revealed lu lae
tnarriaitu Jf Carmcl Myers, motion
Ipirtuie mar," to iidor 11. Kornblum,
I composer o' "llluo lives" and several
I others It: 'way successes. Miss
j Mvrrs will .intiflue to appear in plc-
I' tur's her next feature will be "The
I altar's Coimlry Cousin"
The Siory opens with Edgar
(Johnny Jo'ic),1 arriving from the city
at the small country town where his
cousin resides. He is met at the sta
tion by hi cousin Willie (Edounrd
TicbaoU, and tho hired WttO. A(Ur
Edgar has been warmly welcomed by'
Aunt Ellon, the two boya start out to
find some cxcltemont. Both are hare
footed and Kdgar has his bow and'
arrows. .The hired man is the first
othcr adventures follow )n Ruick
. Johnny Jones Is twelve yesrs ojd.
He began Ills stags (career at tha
tender age of six months. ,
l'lnrcnce TjOnj -W" I
Another member of th tver pop- .
u!ar Blm follies, -