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One Girl in a Million!
DAILY EAST OREGONTAN, TENDLETON, OREGON,
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SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 7, 1021.
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Is EtheUnde Tiro 's right eye winking at us? If not well, she 9
"different" from ony lS-year-eld frirl you know! Ethclir.de is the famous
"baby prima donna" of "Honey Dew." Joys of the average flapper's Ufa
nre her pot aversions, she says. Just listen: liOTO "V;isto of time!"
TENNIS "Dam ir.g'a more fun and just as goo excre.se.". GOLK
1 "Why spoil a good walk?" JEWELS 'Barbaric:" COR'jETS "They'ra
for the laiyr MARCELLED HAIR "Let nature aloiu'!" PARTIES
"Voit me ajZl" Wbki UOE3 eie UteT Sinking, dancm sxO w-in
TO WHOM DID THIS BEAUTIFUL GIRL BELONG?
That was the quotient tint must be answered.
Here she was a small-town girl thrust Into the midst of a chuin
inn whirlpool of biff-city happenings. How did she meet them? Whose
wife was she. See this big drama!
"BRING ON THE CROOM"
An old time side splitter
AKCAIK SUNDAY AND MONDAY
16-YEAU OI.I Miss
IN HIS XKW riCTVTiE
Clara Horton. the demure sixteen-year-old
miss who plays opposite
Charles Ray in his -third independent
production. "Nineteen and Phyllis."
w hich Is coming to the Arcade Theatre
for an enjraiu mer.t of two days, he
finnirjf SJruay, is the ounge.t girl
-who has ever 'been chosen to appear
opposite a male star.
In addition to a chirmintr person
ality. Miss Horton is probably pifted
with the sweetest disposition of any
girl in motion pictures. Hiss Horton
was playir." w ith Mr. Kay s pet dog, j pSTDIE SUNDAY AND MONDAY
Whiskers, while waiting to be- called
onto the set. Whskers. it seems, be- i Theatregoers who have usually seen
came a little too affectionate, and as a Edith Roberts in some wildly exotic
result of his antics, Clara found her-jroe vK enjoy the utlle Universal
eolf with a badly torn town. ' star's interpretation of a subtle drama.
Hut if ar.y of the studio employees . tje characterization at the Pastime
nUHIU.KMAKFUS" KNDS I
its run iii:i:i; tonight I
With tonicht's performance the
successful encasement of "William
Knrnnm in the Fox photodrama
"The Joyous Troublemakers," at the
Arcade Theatre, comes to an end.
A preat majority of film lovers are
William Farnum fans, and make a
point of seeing every picture in which
this star appears. "The Joyous
Troublemakers'' adds one more preat
success to Farnnm's long list of mo
tion picture triumphs. In many ways
, his characterization of William Steele
is one of the best thinirs he ever has
done, in spite of the fact that it is a
' very different sort of role from any In
j which he has been seen recently.
The stofy is fresh and bright. It
lives up to its merry title. But it is
ot all laughter: the tears that some
; times lie behind a smile have their
. place, for it is a story of love and gold
, both dangerous things.
expected an outburst from the little
miss, they were ssd:y mistaken. All
that came from Clara was, ''Whiskers,
you little rascal, you'd love me if 1
were in rags!''
Mr, Ray is delighted with the splen
did performance which the young lady
has given in "Nineteen and rhyllis,"
and states that she will no doubt be 1
seen lp his other forthcoming First j
At.TA SUNDAY AND MONDAY
Theatre Sunday and Monday. The
star appears as a small town girl with
a big town problem to solve. She does
it with an understanding appeal that
wins her new dramatic laurels. Cas-
son Ferguson, the popular young lead
irg man, plays opposite her. The pic
ture is called "the Unknown Wife."
Coming today to the Alta theatre
for a run of two days is the latest
Molznick feature picture starring
Elaine Hnmmerstein, and entitled
"Poor Dear Margaiet Klrby."
Kathleen Norris, author of the story,
is known as one of the most brilliant
and forceful writers for the nationally
known fiction magaalnes. Miss Hnm
merstein Is seen in the role of a popu
lar society matron, a charming and
noted hostess, who lives only for her
society activities. Due to business
troubles of her husband she is forced
to turn her famous home into a board-inir-house.
To add to her difficulties
her husband, through an abortive at
tempt at suicide, is a helpless invalid,
who is confined to his rooms. Hear-
Children, 10c Adults, 35c
SIIJCNT DRAMA CTjATMS
ONCE-FAMOUS BOY SOPTt-VNO
Mrs. Mayer Finally Found
Relief and Health in Lydia L
Poy soprano once character actor
Twenty-five years in the show busi-!
ness Is liable to bring many changes
but It is safe to say that not many of ; Oran?'?, Cal. " I always feel very
today's players can point back to be- I ratel-l to you, as some twenty years
in a musical star at twelve years of ; .. u-a'-
Yet this is the case with John Cook j
who plays the irascible John Dunn in j
"Eyes of the lT art," Mary Miles Mln- i
ter's latent production for Realart. !
Cook had bar-iy parsed the 'teen stage ;
when his remarkable soprano voice ;
won him a place as lead in Mrs. Ben- j
ton's "Juvenile Opera Company," then ,
a famous organization. This however, j
was but the beginning of a long public i
career which has carried him into j
medicine shnw-s, the circus, stock com- j
panie, road h.ws in fact, into every j
I ofisiblp nook an ! cranny of the thea
trics! bi:?ijTiess. j
Mr. Cook came to Realart Iatp long t
rervieo ;is n character lead for Urii-
versa!. -Alias Miss Dodd," "The j
Pointing Fim-er,"' "The Man in the
'jago three noctors
if I seriou3 operation. I
ji had a tumor, and ul
cers whicn wouia
gather and break. I
had displacement so
oadly that I could
nardly sit do n r.
time?. cr..'l itfoemcd
asif 1 su.f eredevery
tnin that a woman
could suffer. Then
some one advised me
o take Lydia E. Finkham's Veeetable
Compound, and I took it until I was
cured and saved from the operation. I
have told women of your wonderful
medicine times without number, and I
am willing that you should use these
facts and my name if you like. I also
used vour Compound during the Change,
Moonlight," and "The Weaker Vessel" ' an(j J can do all my own work but the
Include seme of Mr. Cook's best ap- jjjeavy part, and can walk mites everjr
pearawes. As a cra!.:-d old land- j day a3 i help my husband in theoffiee. '
lord he has an cn'er.atnin? role in Mrs. J. H. Meyer, 412 South Orange
''Eye of the Heart," which w ill open St., Orange, California.
at the Alta for two days, beginning It is quite true that such troubles as
Hinday. The produrtien was directed
be Pa'd Powell. The Ktorv wn. niinnt-
ed by fuir.i ;. KenneOy from the i the other hand, a great -many women
Mrs i!e ver had may reach a stage where
an or erstion is the only resource. On
popular I-ii.i i
y Dana Hurnet.
have been restored tr, health by Lydia E.
rinkliam's Vegetable Compound.
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gfa. . -, y iiu t i.-i.-j-,
story of battle
for gold and a maid
J. Gordon Sdwards
j , -rnrrrffir
fnhy (Kewple) (J.arin oflhTriT
' wauke club Is beinu hailefi m tie
new Dicky Kerr of UiKcball. He Hi
dead rintTr for the White Box star
aouthiMW. Kerr (inset played with
Milwaukee m 1W7 and 1J1I before
Ivelm trwUed to the Sox. Nw his Jcu-
m oetbe saiue toara.
Chilc!fn, 10c Adults, 40c
LE ROY AND COOPER
Two Bo3's and a Piano
HONEYSUCKLE AND VIOLET
The Sculptor's Dream
LEWIS J. SELZNICK presents
Poor Dear Margaret Kirby
BY KATHLEEN NORRIS
Fox Sunshine Comedy
ing the "boarders" enjoying them
selves, the Husband who is not ac
quainted with the drastic nature of his
business failure, misunderstands, and
frequently upbraids his wife, before
the happy ending is reached Margaret
Kirby suffers the torture which comes
from unfaithful friends and scandalous
tongues, but she Is game all the way
through and her detractors are suit
Supporting Miss Hammersteln are
William Davidson, Warburton Gamble,
Ellen Cassidy, Helen Lindroth and
Tom Brook. The direction of the pic.
ture was under William P. s;. Earle.
DR. C. II. DAY
Physician and Surgeon
Hooms II end 25 Bmlth-CrawforA
folenhone m T41-R
Children, 10c Adults, 4 Qc
" fe'f m vaudeville I
O-fvrOSSS MAK.Y MILES MINTED W- stt-ltxX
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NgSXg, EH o Raliv.t picraru-3 d .
BARTH & EARTH - S
.Mary Miles Minter .ir
Eyes of the Heart
Miss Minter Scores her sroatest succes!3 in this pjqlure
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' " come up from boots.) 1'HYLIJS!" ' " "
tv;, Kay( you bu Uold bald-lmuds remember when you felt
Wi like that? V '
f' AHTIIWl S. KANE prtmHn "
v " rty I- redcrii k Stowrrs. ltireetcrt hy .Toxeuli Tv f . JT
, A GAMBOL OF LAMBS TO THE LILT OF LOVE S
l-ofl ,1 ?"ly Mr""'J " ,"'t M' h- a 1H. a dress f,t a
$0 l.IU-r enKawment rin. end a fat rival lllrai i- , S
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