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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 23, 1921.
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Karly AnifTi.au lYMrv l p"nrhTr
tjy r"r m-ih it on the scieen in Mau
ri e T'ut m"ir' n t (tprrtal fi'm. "The
!t of the M'hU R:i."' whuh shows at
the Aic;.ric 1 hc-ure for the last tinx
Ihf act sjl event ro .U1 was th
liorrlMe -re t Ki t WtMiHm
Henry, New York, v- ht ti uk pine
n Ai k.isi I nth. 1 TM. SirMncpIy
Mifch. Totrneur filmed t ho tdintc.
rvnw on thr tmh f Anut, liiO,
f.ir urnr St l..okfd :t if ihr
taindnr had rvttirmd to colonial day,
r.ilittr u-t. the Mir ne.
It wan a Moody affair, hut only one
iraltnn if nlMeiine Mood wm noilird
ov-r xhv jsro?nd nt th Teurnetir stu
M'tnff:iJin. tht Ftvneh Ktieml.
t out fn ui Ctnadrt with navflKes
hi aMlns, ilvtermiiifil to cnptun th1
tiu..-:i f.n. The vomeral, Col.
M ,rro. and tliimni! of soldiers tnd
im.mj l:td amain tn the film M'ene.
Thi ritl nieture cvmr with an
Ml-Uwd c;w, hidfd hy phi h weU
km n ilavot! as Wallace IVrry. Al
bert ; Te. J- i-ttiKleion, llur
I ar i IVtUord, I ;i!i,,n lUiIl and Henry
Woodward, with nil array of dayr
tMt-nt thitt is caiiaMe of carrying pit -ttiro
TASTIMK SI XHAV AND MONDAY
ki-:x or vxdi-:kvouij
Hit only friids w'ro crooks, her
life's R:tiue Mas cr:m Kate, who Is
ilnvt-d liv Krt N'oxnk in rnivorwar
Now Nedd by Ntariy Every One
to Purify the Blood and Build
e Ue Strength.
Few cfmp to th tryinc sprinft
that "tir,1 f'irur." cauil in larsre
prt by inip;ire. i:a; .n-J b!oo,i.
ChJnp of won often "tskes
!1 the :rtwrth out of me," s
ffiinr peon e fay.
The tont- ind h)eoA furifier
needed is iiaoJs SarpuiiUa. It
n'.uckly d:Mcl that exhausted
feeiinjr. enriches the hlood and ben
ftlia the npntal, muscular and ner
xu systems. In a word, lays a
drurcistt. "Hood'x SirsajxirilU is
our most dt-tiendabie reslorative."
Only the best tonic and purify
inrmJienss usd. roots, herbs,
barks and lierries. such as phvsi
nans often presi-ribe. A record of
4 years successful use. It will do
you pood. To- it this spring.
A mild laxative. Hood's Pills.
IS THE IDEAL SPRING MEDICINE.
HAS & WILS01
Two Ginger Snaps
H PAGE & CO.
Scenic, Instrumental, Electrical Extravaganza
in Mr. Bailie Reynolds
Ir(hti tl.m of Want d iit llrado, ia:t
r, ' h;i1 hr ow n UU al.. Ii J mi rl e
moral ctHlc nf Din uiid'TWi ihi Wuh
th sroH'.est ciuip she h.ui ovwi i!art
neO at the point of culmination, a
jackal urned on her the tcadir of
iht hnrn.'in wolf pack. Her UU al
Loyalty to the Park is "jshnu"rM. H r
r'niit'a) frtcudN f.ttthkSN, she hns hut
tne u whom he can tin it and he in a
dt trcUw. Too pnoid n Uattue with
her profcswior.a; citomy, jthc setj out
alone to defeat the crime in which she
latclv wns a leader.
"Wauled at HeaihiimrterrO which
ccmec t the raatinie Theatre Sitmlay
and Monday, net; ins almost without in
troduction with the mystery f the
pearl necklace, ami then speeds on to
the theft of an armored freivht ear
containing IliMmo.ioHi in oM from its
tracks while traveling at top speed. It
is. the first ease on record of an armor
d train hoUUip.
''Wanted at Headquarters." which
marks Ke Novak's entry into the stel
lar ranks which her older sister. Jane,
has already attained, is from the pen
of Edgar Wallace. It was made Into
scenario form by Wallace Clifton. The
producer is Stuart Taton. who made
"Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the
iVa" for Universal, and who recently
completed "The Hope Diamond Mys
tery." Assisting Miss Novak in the prin
cipal roles are Leonard Sedgwick,
George Chesohoro, Asnes Emerson
William .Marion. IJoyd Sedge wick,
Harry Carter and Frank Clarke
ARCADE Today PASTIME Sunday-Mon
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AI.TA Sl"MY AND MOXDAV
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As a flirtations young Freni'h wife
Wandti H.iwle jias been giyen till
further opportunity tn demonstrate
her versatility in "Her Beloved Vil
lain." at the Alia Theatre Sunday and
"Her Beloved Villain." by the way,
is a demonstration of Kealart's belief
that 'The play's the thins." The pic
ture is an adaptation of a very famous
French farce which had a big vogue in
Europe a few years aso. rieliberately
it is being offered under an entirely
different name. And those who saw
last night's show believe the experi
ment will meet with success. Kor the
plot holds so much genuine fun and in
terest that it is bound to succeed on
its account, aside from any big reputa
tion of previous successes as a stage
play. The story is the old Priscilla. 1 '
Miles Standish. and John Alden situa-1
tion, treated with that dash and bril- I
liance of wit which the French men
tality has brought to such a high point
of excellence. Certainly it reaffirms
the age-old fact that it's always dan
gerous to have a friend propose to
Ramsey Wallace, Miss Hawley's new
leading man, is virile and convincing
as the. man who starts a whole train
of complications when he becomes the
matrimonial go-between for his friend,
and then wins the girl for himself.
Other excellent players in the cast in
clude F. Templar Powell. Tully liar
shall. Lillian Lighton. Hubert Holder
and Margaret McWadf. '
am Wood directed the production
for which AlH-e F.yton wrote the scen
ario. It is a Koalart picture and will
be shown Sumlny and Monday.
THE LAST OP THE
Jn American drama, clemd-by James Fcniro(pqptT
' . Direcledby
MAURICE TOURNEDR cmi CLARENCE LBROU'M
The storyrofa prince without'
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irpr'S al thriller! Tb bttt
. C" mmm
ever iince U director,
Paton, made "20.000 league. wi
the Sea"-he .tirnng drama ol l
Idsring woman who stole whole -,
press train, carrying ten rmlhon dollars
in gold-but who couldnt keep a
certain young roan from wealing her
heart, even though he d been ttnt to
My that she was wanted at head
quarters. See bew.tch.ng EVA
NOVAK play this rousing melodrama
nd you'll have enough excitement to
last you for a week. Don t mis. it.
Comedy "PUNCH OF THE IRISH"
Arthur S. Kane ' '
Aflt AnF, SIMAY. AND MOXDAY
. in Omegaisms
A Cracked Nut
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HEIL BELOVED MLLAK
ADAPTED rRO TME fAMOUS rfltHCM PLAY
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SAM VvOCD ALICE. EYTON
WOULD A SANE MAN EAT SOAP?
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He had deliberately jtolen his friond'3 sweetheart while the
friend had jrone on a long- journey Naturally,' when this friend
Ijrned up. Paul Elythe wasn't especially anxious that Suzanne
and her former lover should meet. So lie toid her that the man
was insane, and to prove it, said he ate soap ! But when she dis
covered the deception, she decided to get even. And what she
didn't do! It's all in "Her Beloved Villain." a comedy brim
ming over with clever lines, funny situations, and hurricanes of
liMirhter. WANDA IIAWLEY, as the beloved heroine, is the
most enjoyable little lady you have ever seen.
OIJ)-HOMK POKM filVES
( 11 AIU.KS KAY rilAXTE
Charles Ray, the popular screen
star, will be seen Sunday and Monday
! at the Arcade Theatre in "The Old
Swimmin' Hole." It is raid to be one
! of the most appealing pictures in
which he has yet appeared and to call
forth more laughs and tears to the
reel than any other of his past suc
cesses. The play was adapted for the screen
by Bernard McConville and directed
by Joseph De f:ras. It is a First
National attraction presented by Ar
thur Kane. The cast includes such
well known players as James Gordon,
Blanche Rose. Laura La Plate. Mar
jorie Prevost. Lincoln Stedman and
Lon Poff. Riley's verse is interpreted
with such artist as to both charm
the thousands of admirers of the Hoos
ler poet and to win new converts to his
ballads of boyhood's happy days.
From the opening scene to the close
the story is brimful of heart Interest.
Charles Ray, as Ezra, is "Just plain
boy," wholesome but mischievous. He
would rather fish and spend his time
at (Tie old swimmin' hole than study.
He loves Myrtle, the flirtatious belle of
the country schooi, but after bringing
him to his knees and robbing him of
all his treasures she Jilts him for his
best friend, "Skinny." However, there
is happiness awaiting him in the loving
graces of the ever faithful Esther.
Ezra is so busy falling in and out of
scrapes that it is a wonder that he
finds time for sweethearts.
It is skilfully directed and so won
derfully acted as to obviate the neces
sity for a single sub-title. It steals
into the heart of the audience until the
breath of new mown hay seems to pre.
vade the darkened theatre and the
audience are wafted back on the wings
of meniorv to their own school days.
The play has received most enthus
iastic notices wherever shown and will
undoubtedy repeat its success at the
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