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DAILY EAST OREGONUtt, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 8, 1&21.
AI,T TODAY ,
"tVIIAT'K IVOKTII Willi. r?"
YOl' ANsW lilt oi l II M).
If you were nio.eii "Axnni'n worth
while?" what would your hiihit he''
In a lame unit f av von have nl
v told youix. If t lix t v. in l.'nw. hot
tho ehanceK arc 1h:it o!i hio ner
Blvi'ii the Klihjeot tho.iLht.
Telling yiuM'H' II ii ililn: i taM. hut
how would your tliouhis on this s'ih
:''H onnil. if fcpokrn .' If ..ii wcro to
kfip that thought "WI'-m's Worth
While" hofoie you, iTsmti it and then
)r:u tifo M, you'd !., r liaio f,nw
to say "I'm (euro ur.l'iekv." and when
your day's work in itr ou
know it had hecn eons -loniiously done
uiiH your light s ulec would be ynvot.
IjoutH WV'i r h.-i adopted the
thought "What's Worth While" to the
ncreen jiml it's not a sennon, iUj t a pie
ture of cripping hi-ait imprest from
Mem to sttrn. iij which thi producer
direetor hiix won fi-sh !a'nK
" hat's Worth While?" w.'.l he shown
nt the Alia theatre, today, flairo
Windsor ii nd I.ouis r.-iHuvn have the
lending rolos. others in the enst in
clude Arthur Ftii.nrt Hull, Mona l.is.i
and Kdwln Stevtns.
limn Kox production, which comes to
the Aro.ide Theatre today. Tor the
I em fit of thovo who fi ml it hard to
Kei p ii)i lo d.ite on studio Jargon, It
must lie explained that a "dark slnto"
is so-called I'ooanse it Is not dark at
This particular dark stnRe on the
Kox lot at llnll.vwood is an enormous i
hall that would hold several thousand i
people. It is him enouKh for a school j
tn a ureal city;. If it were a lecture
hall it would la one of the largest
h e tore halls in the world. The peculi-
iirity that makes it different from,
schools and hotr.ro halls is its roof.
w hich is all of u'ass.
Diit luost of tin- time this ulass is I
kept rurivil. to Mork the daylisht out. I
Thai is win it is called a dark stage
there is little or no dayllcht. I'.ut
there is sontethins Just as good in
deed, much hotter for stnfiio pur
poses. The whole interior of this great
"daik" studio is flooded with light
m in hundreds of iVppor Hewitts and
Klicc-liehts. One inhantai-'e of this
."inificial over natural lishttnp is in the
fact that it throws sharper shadows.
The Rretttst advantage of all, hoiv
ewr. was expressed hy a director who,
wwi kinc on an outdoor scene, lamented
Lis I n ;il i lit to make the sun stand
""h. for a Joshua'" he cried, lis the
f'n sank- W'hind a hill.
"h, for some t'opher Hewitts, yon
inf ill." said William Farmim.
The actor was richt. The movable
lights in the studio arc much more
convenient and roliatde than the sun
tor film purposes. By expert manipu
lation Iisiitin- effects may he ohtained
v. hxh daylight never couhl aive.
Children, 5c Adults, 20c
A REAL WESTERN
With Tom Sairtchi, Mary Charleson and George
Comedy THE DODGER
AND AN ADDED
ON OUR ENTIRE LINE OF
l . m:i m I'kti i;i: oin rii s
A I I. til- III .K I-OX vT At.
The whole of the
st.iL'e" in the world w
nit' 'The Jnvom Trou'
is u-ol iu piaK
li makers." Wil-
Ity ordering her milliners to use no
wild turd planiai-e on her 'hats. Queen
Mary has bestowed the royal aVproval
or, the movement in Knelaitd for the
proteitlon of plcmaee birds.
Or Lunch c
There's nothing more ap
petizing than a dish of
Only the hearts of selected
white corn are used in mak
ing these delicious flakes of
substantial texture.They are .
ready to serve, crisp and
golden brown.direct from
the package with cream or
milk and a sprinkle of supar
Ask For Them By Name
Made by Pcstum Cereal CoJnc.Battle Creek.Mich.
necessity to health at all sea
sons. No lu-ttr lime for hlood
cleansintr than now. ami 'he one
true Spring Medicine is
, Hood's Sarsaparilla
ILL N CITY HOSPITAL
(East Oregoniun Special.)
HOLDMAN", May 5.-Mrs. Joe C5U
in has returned home after visiting
her daiiKiiter. Xlra. Stanley Farrish, of
Miss Gertrude Gentry spent ill'
w eek-end :p renclleion at (hi-home of
her aunt, Mrs. Walter MffCormmach.
Mrs. Jane Krown was taken to St.
Anthony's hospital last Wednesday.
She was improving at this writing.
Mr anu Mrs. N'cwton Miller of
Hoit'.man viaited at Air. U use man's last
Mrs. Guerrant, who stayed In Pendle
ton (lurlns the sehool year, is out at
the ranoh for a few days.
The play entitled, "The Old Maid's
Association," will be given In the hall
at Iloidman. May 14 at 8 o'clock.
Ci'ite a number of people went to
Nolin last Sunday to see the ball game
between Holdman and Xolin, Hold
Last Friday evening Mrs. Thad Har
nett gave her father, Itobert Harp, a
I pleasant surprise on his birthday.
I Plates w ere laid for eifcht. Mr. and
Mrs. Newton Miller, Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Hargett, Mr. and Mrs. Thad
Uargilt, Edna Harp and Itobt Harp.
WASHINGTON'. May (A. I'.)
Senator Mc.Vary and Congressman
Siunolt arc num&d as the Oregon mem
bers of the executive committee of
western congressmen to deal with the
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PATHE NEWS .
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COLONEL HOUSE PAYS
TRIBUTE TO WILSON
NEW YORK, May .V V. I" )
Col. K. M. House shows himself an In
tense admirer of former Premier
Clemenceau in his worcvord to "What
Really Happened at l'aris," the story
of the Teace Conference, l'jlS-1319, hy
American delegates. He say?:
"There wero great unci complex
characters at this gathering of the
world's foremost men, and there Is a
wide difference of opinion as to their
purposes and their mental ami tem
peramental equipments. Statesmen,
soldiers, men of the sea, artists, finan
ciers and writ! rs of all kinds and sorts
touched elbows with one another. The
settlements to he made were inter
woven with every human interest, and
brought the best from every land to
participate in or advise as to the final
"There were sons who towered above
their fellows, and these became cen
tres of groups from which policies and
tpinions radiated. Wilson, Clemen-
i ceau, Lloyd George'. Orlando. I'aderew-
kl, VonibcloH, Smuts, Makino and
Wellington Koo were anion;? the
statesmen having distinct and enthus
iastic followers. Clemenceau stands
out the clearest-cut figure of them all.
N'o doubt or mystery surrounds him.
I Ho fought in peace as he fought in
jwar, openly, intelligently, and courage
I ously for his beloved France. No one
! in that notable gathering had so ivell
j within grasp the gift of aoooriiplish
I ment. He inspired the affection of
J many the admiration of all.
I'aderewski and Wilson had about
them something of romance and spirit
uality lacking In others. The one had
gathered together the fragments of a
broken kingdom and had moulded it
into a virile and liberty-loving repub
lic. He came as the spokesman of an
ancient people whose wrongs and sor
rows had stirred the sympathies of an
entire world. This artist-statesman
awakened the Congress to do justice to
his native land, and sought its help to
make a great dream true. His fervor
ed eloquence brought about the renas
ence of I'oland, and added new lustre
to a famous name.
"Wilson, on the other hand, had
arousetl the conscience and aspirations
of mankind, and when he stood at the
peak of his influence and power, there
was never a moro commandijig figure.
for he was then the spokesman of the
moral an spiritual forces of the world.
His work at Paris was tireless and un
selfish, and it was not until ho return
ed to America to render an account of
his stewardship that disaster overtook
him and wrecked the structure built in
cooperation with our allies with such
The volume is edited jointly by Col.
House and Dr. Charles Seymour. Pro
fessor of History in Yalo University,
and comprises contributory articles hy
Americans who took leading parts In
the work of each department of the
Conference. including Herbert C.
Hoover, Thomas W. Lamont, Samuel
frompers, Admiral Henry T. Mayo,
Genenal Tusker 'Hi. Bliss, James Brown
Scott, Charles M. Hnskins and Itobert
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ed to orvct a model village on 0 alicres
of land near AnfasU'f, Ontario, for
Wesley C Itrooker, of Llndstrom.
Mum., has lieen awarded the Fran
4c. liurr Si' h ola r ship at Harvard for
highest scholarship, character, lead
ership and athletic ability lie was
t captain Ic the war ,
,The Brightest Kitchens
are those where motherly geniality is never clouded because
of being constantly over the kitchen stove. It is home in the
full meaning of the word where they use a
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the wonderful im
provement lo yourskin
and complexion your
mirror will reveal to you
Cream for the first time.
Send 15c. tor Trial SUt
FERD. T. HOPKINS fc SON
married IncBnihlo wur veteraiiH now
lakinc treatment at the government
hoiitalfi. The town will coiiHist of (ID
or To houses, costiiiK ahout J320U each
a factory for the manufacture of toy.i.
a nehool, a..community nail ana outer; j
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d Children, 10c Adult.. 35c ?
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For Thr Generation
!) Hov-Msdo Child-birth
a Easier By Uiing
SOU ., .... .M.J ...
What was In her woman's heart
that cried for thft love of this tmemitli
man of the plain? A iniin tine wim
iiHliniiied to introduce to her cultured
And yet, 1n hid preenrc, every har
rier of birth and brecdliiB was swept
nwny. She only knew that he was
her mate her master!
Tome and nee what Destiny did with
Buomip Reulto Co,, dept. o. atunta. 6a. i llllVk1!!
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