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DAILY EAST OfcEGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON,
SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 30, 1821.
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Tokyo Fin Makes Hundreds Homeless
CHILD TRAINING AT HOME
1h is ,n, of In- fourth wnm "f art e!iiss;ie-l tiy the X.-ttlo
iriinen A.''r-' 'ntion '( 4i:'i Mr. t. X w Vi i u i'.iy, They r
Meekly In thee i olumi.s.
Positive Teaching Superior t ) Negative Teaching
Itj Allele I'. Wonilard. Piv-iilinl. National Motii'ii Pcniro League.
"Why. Alston." s.iiil his mother. "I
An Mu-e thai u me teaching your
parrot to swear!"
"X.i. I'm not. Mnlhcr." Alston re
l1lr .1. Tm Juki teams it what it
m iMtn't sai .''
Ami on 1n ninny movies! They 1r-.
,i Ira. h what not to do. lnst"ad of
pres'llllllg stories (if descent, M ll.i'e-
mmr living, with H thrills and laugh
ter ninl i Igor.
Ncit.it Ivp teaching ilm's harm, rath
er than !. Positive stones which
i nt.r'.am. amose und ed.ioate. ore be
t"i..iiis t!ic mai h-soughl -out movie of
.Vol l.mt aim, a chilil of sown was
p. rniired to see a carefully prepared
"hot. play of a very fon.t mother who.-e
craving for a son who should have ihe
wnl of music was at last realized. On
of hiT children showed an intons
long'tig for a violin. With a delicti y
mthI :snve rarely fo ind in motion pi.'
H'rev. the Mrtievlo ami final triumph
of this musician 'tias portrayed ami
;i desire to he something other than
commonplace was the deep impression
made ii. on the audience. This Im
pri s-ii is upon the child of seven took
definite shape in an intense ilesire for
ti xiolin t. o. --so grout that at last
Vf t. :v te-iV xoV- te,. r" - ,
THE RIGHT SIZE FOR THIS WEATHER
CLEAN AND UNIFORM
B. L. BURROUGHS-He Has It!
Hiimin.t ot Tor.yo inhabltanu ore homele due to thr fire that destroyed between 600 and :
K-.r,..N killed oie. injured fid and dan.asred property cjtimaled at 13,500.000. Aboe, what wi Urt of the
fiK-nvtM d. strict two brick hoimet. built foi s'.onns valu.Me against fi.-slrucUon ly fire, 'il the Jorntmund
ni .en ('iwi,' fif"r the Unit
his imrents were persuaded to pur
chase one for him. The chief ambition
of the little fellow Is to learn to play,
and the violin when it is not in use, is
bolus carefully guarded, wrapped
tenderly and placed upon a hiuh shelf.
He will proluihly become a musician
l-ur if he doesn't he Is better and finer
for hnvins experienced that lunging to
lie better than his environment.
It is necessary for thinkiiijt people
to exert every energy to turn this
potent medium of entertainment,
imnrement and education into chan
lels for pood.
Advance information on worth w hill
films in the form of current weekli
lists, coming Into the home each week
tissisS parents in tin Ir selection of
motion picture recreation for them
sehe and their children. The lists
of films should be selected by persum
huvlntr no fmuncal connection w'ith
the motion picture indurtry. who have
a wide knowledge In psychology, ami
definite experience In social work.
In one of our Ingest cities the
s 'hoel board has contracted lor spoc-
ally prepared weekly lists of endorsed
films for every principal In the eltv.
New Studebakers Sold and Delivered in San Fran
cisco and Oakland in March, 1921.
New Studebakers Sold and Delivered in Northern
California in March, 1921.
New Studebakers Sold and Delivered in California
in March, 1921.'
And in New York City
376 New Studebakers Sold and Delivered in New York City, March, 1921.
1G3 New Studebakers Sold and Delivered in New York City, March, 1920;
Sales Increase 123 Over March 1920
More cars were sold at retail in Greater New York in the first quarter of this year than were sold
in the entire year of 1919.
Sales First Quarter, 1921 643 Cars
Sales Full Year, 1919 527 Cars
UST Be a Reason
ere It Is
STUDEIJAKER COMBINES THE GREATEST PERFORM-
ANCE MOST ECONOMY HIGHEST GRADE MATERIALS.
ASK THE STUDEBAKER OWNER-HE KNOWS
The snormous demand for the new Studebaker Car is creating a
shortage Order your car now and save disaopointnjent.
1921 IS ANOTHER STUDEBAKER YEAR
Tho pchoul principal. In turn, pub
lishes the lists In school papers and
bulletins, so that many school children
In that city have the opportunity of
taking home each week the list of en
dorsed films soon to be played 111 neiir
bv theatres. This gives tho family the
power of selection. If this service!
were extended to nil school board in
the country, the demand for this type
uf film would be almost overwhelming.
There Is no doubt that producers
would then turn their attention to the
production' of wholesome films be
cause of their Increased popularity
ninl cuneiitent Increased profit.
The movies are worthy cf our at
tention. It Is possible to reconstruct
them so that they will be tin aid to
I'lvilauiun rather than a menace.
The American public, is urged to
seek out and support by Its patron
age, wnoiesomc mot on pictures, many
of which are being shown In the thea
tres of the country.
i Xulg J'arents may obtain informa
tion about endors-d motion picture
films by writing to the X.itional Mo
tion Picture League, 381 Fourth Ave.,
Xcw York City.
(Ea&t OrcBonian Special.)
HEI.IX. AprH 30. A number of
local , Eastern Staiy, members were
goests of Husliec Chapter of I'endle-
Jton Tuesday evening, at which time
Mrs. Ida M. Umbach, worthy matron
of Uregon, paid her official visit to
Husliee chavter. Those present from
Helix were! Mr. and Mrs. Oeorgo
Piper,. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Mclntyre,
Mc.-idanvs It. K. Toiler. Win. A I bee,
,H I Morrison, I.eola. Eheler and Miss
j 1,1a Ault.
Mrs. Harry Kose and Mrs. Clifford
Ken.lail were hostesses Thursday even
1 ing vhen they entertained in honor of
their mother, Mrs. I). Kendall. The
affair was In the nuturc of a surprise
Mrs. Kendall's' birthday. Tho even
ing wus spent most pleasantly In
,'ames and music and later refresh
ments which Included a large birth
day cake, were served.
Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Thomas and
Mrs. Chas. Alspach were Walla Wal-
la visitors Thursday.
Tho L. L). Clark homo was the
I icene of a pleas ant gathering Sunday
'when they entertained a number of
guests at dinner. Those present were
8. O. Clark. Mr. and Mrs. I. F. John
son and daughters, Viola and Doris,
.Mr and Mrs. 'missel Harvey und
duughter Pauline. Mr. and Mrs. Wal
ter Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Ii V. Clark
Jr., and daughter Arllne, Miss Iva
Zorl a, I,t:,lic DoIIarhido and Klbert
On Wednesday evening Ionic Chap
ter. O. K. S., Held a special meeting to
receive Mrs. Ida l.'mbai h, worthy
grand matron of Oregon, who came
to pay the local chapter her official
Fred Moes and Klbert Tate of the
Helix Rank, were Pendleton visitors
On Monday afternoon tho members
of the "grades" if thr-Hlix lhti.M)l
held u tryout for the county declama
tory contest which Is to be held In
Pendk'ton May Bth. Those chosen
were Mubfe IJuvidsoii and Marvin
Ruffles glv thli pink voil drew
ulatlnctlon. They can be hetnMltched
or flnlahed with plcot dg. Half
Inch tucki leading from the shoulder,
line open into the waUt, flvlnf the
necesaary fullneu. - .
Number ' Size Pric
45244 Pickaninny Rosp. Olive Kline 10 $1.00
Butterfly Lucy Isabelle Marsh '
55136 Three Sioux Scouts Part I '
Three Sioux Scouts Part II
Erne.st Thompson Seaton -45243
First Arabesque Ada Sassoli
Chanson de Pechcur Ada Sassoli
18736 Angels (We Call Them Mothers
Down Here) Henry Bun-
Over the Hill Charles Hart
18740 Wyoming (Lullaby)
Charles Hart-Elliott Shaw
Blue Jeans v Peerless Quartet
18741 Rose I Call Sweetheart
Mother of Pearl WillianrRobyn'
18743 Turkey in the Straw Pietro .
Russian Rajr j-Pietro
18737 My Mammy Medley Fox Trot
Humming Medley Fox Trot
. Paul Whitemsn and His Orchestra
18742 Make Believe Medley Fox Trot' ,
Some Little Bird Medley Fox Trot
Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra .
18739 Kiss a Miss Waltz
Joseph C. Smith's Orchestra
18738 Mazie Fox Trot
Answer Medley Fox Trot . "
All Star Trio assisted by their Orchestra
35707 Why Don't You? Marimba . "
Medley Fox Trot . , ,""
Siren of a Southern Sea ' - ' '. ft
Medley Fox Trot ; .
All Star Trio and their Orchestra
RED SEAL RECORDS . ,
649481 Passed By Your Window ,. .
Frances A Ida
74680 Favorita O mio Fernando , :
64953 In Old Madrid Emilio de Gogqrza
64945 Traviata Addio del passato ;. "
6.4944 Tosca Recondita Armonia . '
74678 Canzonetta Jascha Helfetz
64946 Just That One Hour
' Edward Johnson
64947 On Miami Shore
74679 Valse in E Flat Major
64952 La Pisanelle LeQuai du Port de
Toscanini and La Scala Orchestra
64950 Story of the Rose
64951 Ay-Ay-Ay RenatoZanelli
10 ; .85
, 12 1 1.35
10 '! 1.25