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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (April 30, 1921)
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, ' SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 36, 1021.
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lis lei-: t:i:i W'th ;l rh.st tiuir.tiin
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i il- I t il . w i'M-ir:iiiH'il uuistMe, he never
wi niil haw heei: cuL for the role of
"Sillor" rtnrke, the rusifd. two-f isidl
hero of "Hutf ,i chiinee."
tin the Hher hami, if he were not
n Bintlen-.an of ciltiire nml refine
ment he vmiM not have heen enst for
the fame roh. for SHllor-' I'.urke, ex
nri, fitltnr unit rlerellrt of Hie ttar.
baiy t'lViBt, convicted on it frine-np
ft mniili r, hy sheer ftrtt, lirute force,
ilelerniimiilon ami win imie. ik-i.1
his way to the top nf the so ,!al Imhlei.
' Half a ChaiKv," nt th Arcade
Thealie SdihImv Is s.ihl lo he the sen
nn,' mi. st niilllK mi'l powerful
liiaiin. It Is a Uohert Thornhv spe
cial proilmeil hy Jemie 1. llanipton
for rathe fivia tin. most popular novel
of Freilene S. Irsham.
ALT A MMAV AM MONDAY
UV.UV. KAMI 1 S MUX IN
IVXSIIIM; KV OMl lV
Here she is again! The itmil-lit-tle-hail
Bill, or inure properly speak
ins. llflie Dunlils. tile liealart star
whn eotTii smh a success In "You
' Never fan Tell and "Oh I-ady. I.nd.v,"
has completed a third stan liiK picture,
i "She Couldn't Help II."
; Those who know the play and the
'story "In the ltishop's Carriage." front
i which this ohotonlnv was adapted.
feel that this Is the best opportunity
the star has yet hail I" display the
Kreat possibilities of the type she has
made so essentially her ovn. Nance
olden Is n llitlo orphan Bill, adopted
hv crooks unit tannin tn l a clever
pickpocket, i-'he doesn't know the
difference between liuld and vron
until a chance encounter "In the ltish
op's CamuKP opens up u her a new
world of romance and reformation.
There- nee many comedy opportunities,
especially when Nance, ariald of the
police, results to calling tint bishop
"father." prel ending that she Is a
school dill who has become mentally
unbalanced tlU'oiidi over-study. The
story Is well put tofrether and car
ries the beholder breathlessly through
a series of very cntertulnlnR compllea-
i Hons. Humor, pathos and drnnin are
blended In form an ideal vntertiun-nient.
Pennsylvania Vacuum Cup
Every Tire Tried and True
Guaranteed to You
Oils and lubricating.
Free air and water.
Gasoline station at our curb.
Pendleton Wsr & Supply Co.
305 EL Court St.
Wholesale and Retail.
WM. DUNN, Mgr.
A relentless combat of mighty
two-fisted men who recognize
neither defeat nor victory ex
cept by extermination. ,
A battle of brawn and emotions
that will hold you breathless
ADAPTED FROM THE FAMOU
TORY "B LACK PAWL.' BY
BEN AMES WILLIAM
AJPEFIVIED AND DIRECTED BY
H A STIRRING, SAVEEPING, IIIBIAN PHOTO-DRAMA
and Lillian Kick?
From the novel hp
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g LEFT TO DROWN LIKE A RAT IN A TRAP
M The ship was sinking. The water was rising,
s the beam. One chance in a million for him.
His hands were shackled to m
But his faithful dog, catching the floating key tag in his teeth, gave him half
You'll be thrilled at the surge and crash of the spectacular shipwreck action.
Your blood will tingle at the man to man fight scenes
Your heart will go out to the man, who with Fate, friends and the world, ex
cept his dog, against him, beats his way back up to the high places of life.
You'll be carried away to the squalid underworld, the prize-ring, the water
front, the court-room, the roaring ocean, the lonely island and to dazzling so
It'3 the Season's Stupendous Sensation. So Powerful it Will Leave an Indeli
ble Impression on Your Heart
. TOONERVILLE TROLLY COMEDY,
"THE SKIPPER'S NARROW ESCAPE." J I.
Will sell at my. place 4 1-2 miles Southeast of Pendleton at the
N. A. Humphrey place, the following described livestock:
1 Black Mare 10 yrs. old, weight 1250 lbs.
1 Black Mare 1 0 yrs. old, weight 1350 lbs.
1 Black Mare 10 yrs. old, weight 1300 lbs.
2 Black Mares 9 yrs. old, weight 1300 lbs. '
1 Black Gelding 11 yrs. old, weight 1300 lbs.
1 Black Gelding 10 yrs. old, weight 1250 lbs.
1 Bav Gelding 10 yrs. old, weight 1225 lbs.
1 Brown Mule 10 yrs. old, weight 1200 lbs.
1 Brown Mule 10 yrs. old, weight 1150 lbs.
1 Gray Gelding 3 yrs. old, weight 1200 lbs.
1 Gray Gelding 8 yrs. old, weight 1400 lbs.
2 Gray Geldings 12 yrs. old, weight 1250 lbs.
1 Grey Gelding 10 yrs. old, weight 1150.
1 Grey Mare 9 yrs. old, weight 1250 lbs.
1 Black Mare 3 vrs. old, weight 1250 lbs.
May 2, 1 92 1 10 o'gIogK a. m.
TERMS OF SALE 2 per cent off for cash. Time will be
given on bankable notes willi good security, payable October 1.
FBEE LUNCH AT NOON
N. A. HUMPHREY, Owner
Col. Yohnka, Auctioneer E. L. Smith, Clerk
Carl Laemmle Presents
The Gilded Dream
The Monkey With Human
No Monkey Business
ALT A Today
ZELLNER & HALLOWAY
The Mystic Crystal
A Protean Oddity De Luxe
Serenading Comic Violinist
LEWIS J. SELZNICK, presents
IN JOHN LYNCH'S
Scenario by The R. Cecil Smiths
AN ALAN CROSSLAND PRODUCTION
It is sometimes but a step from Comedy to Tragedy
and behind the Gay Glitter of the Oriental Cabaret lurked
the sinister menace of the Spirit of the Poppy.
A Story of the "Upper Ten" and "Lower Five" With
Eugene O'Brien at his very best.
Mack Sennett Comedy
3 KILLARNEY GIRLS
BIRD & KEMA
Comedy Singing and Talking.
"P A "KTTTRS"
ST1P, COTTTnN'T HRf ',WT
ADAPTED FROM IN THE BI5HOP'S CARftiAGE
NOVELL BY MIRIAM MICME.LSON
PLAY 9.Y CliANNlNG POLLOCK
DIRECTED DY . SCeNAAio BY
MAURICE CAMPBELL DOUGLAS &MN3TGN
WHAT TWO MEN CAN DO TO A GIRL.
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