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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 17, 1921.
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TOMMIYDI 'Hlli:ilK IX
JUS UTIT I'HTI UE
The presentation of a new Tom
Mix nteuire ii aluaya an important
theatrical event, om Mix hy this time
hail become ho populnr n favorite tltst
eaeh rdeture he makes hVoumos a Rreitt
deal of interest in advance. Ills latest J
film, "Prairie Trails," a William Fo
' Woduclion, annoiineed as the attrae
1 ion si the Areadr Theatre, today, Is
from the popular novel by Jamesi H
Hemlryx, author of "The Texan,'
vhkh nlso was filmed recently with
Mix a. the star.
' linoksolh rs report that th! novel of
western life, always pleasing to InrKO
'Masses of readers, is jtninins in pt-pu-iarity
by leaps and hounds. It has Ion?
passed all other kinds 4f novels, Pres.
ident-lict Harding and Vico-Presi-dent-elect
Coolidite. it is well known,
prefer western novels to any other
iirand, Just as President Wilson pre
fers detwttv stories And the western
Tnotlon picture is keeping pace in
pnpnlarlty with the western novel.
"Prairie Trails" continues the nd
tentttres of Tex Henton, whose love
etory was told In "The Texan,"
KISMET" JtAltK C.KM
IX KTItKKX S KITING
" Tt! W iMtttH nil
Ik aliiiiie' .
; roT -a darnel
The screen version of "Kismet."
a Itobertson-Cole super-special, in
which Otis Skinner, makes his debut on
the silver sheet, and which is now
showing at the Alia Theatre, is a mag.
nifieent spectacle. Like a page from a
fairy tale of old reads the description
of the Wazir Mansur's palace, con
structed for a sequence !n "Kismet."
The floor of this enchanted palace
la of Mosaic marble In pastel shades
of blue, lavendar, nile green and pink,
which on the screen presents a soft
misty jrray apiaranc. The colon
adea and arches seem to be w rought of
'purest jtold, inlaid with jewels. The
platform at the far end of the great
Toom where the Mansur holds his au-'
dlenees, is drapped with silks of the
most exquisite colors and on the floor
about the room are strewn cushions
'and rugs of silks and velvets of auih
'texture and beauty as to move the
'most blase to words of admiration.
' Truly a gorgeous setting and one
worthy of presenting to the screen.
'Otis Skinner, America's most cele
brated romantic actor in his greatest
WAR IS OUH TODAY
Wl.M.IAMSOX, West Va., May 16.
(L J) Peace hopes ln 'the Mingt
county mine war were strengthened
at sunup when the snipers' positions
in the West Virginia hills were quiet,
.authorities, however, feared a new
attack on the half dozen mining towns
in the "tig river valley mlsht open a'
inytii ie. The trrival in Pike county.
Kentucky, of two companies of
guar.lsi.Xrit quieted the snipers.
The pleasure is worth it. There's no sub
stitute for Camel quality and that mild,
fragrant Camel blend.
The fellow who smokes Camels, want3
Camels. That's because Camels have a
smoothness, a fragrance and a mildness you
can't get in another cigarette.
Don't let anyone tell you that any other
cigarette at any price is so good as Camels.
Let your own taste be the judge. Try
Camels for yourself. A few smooth, refreshing
puffs and you'd wall: a mile for a Camel, too.
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A iIX)S ANGELES. Miy 16. (A. P.)
Sacramento and Los Angeles divided
a double header yesterday, the An
gels taking the first game, 10 to 2,
and the Solons the second, 4 to 1.
Niehoff's home run with two on
base n the first inning was the. de-
MANY IMPORTANT BILLS
2 ViCTGRiES CLAIMED
BY STRIKING SEAMEN
worklntf on the Coluinliia river liinli
wuy near the lifsi hotis river. Army
nei'outreiiH-nls wire found in the I
Nearer the Top
Tiniiiy in nii;rt'ss.
Soii.tte ConsMors the ua v:i I
till. he interstate "iniiit'i
roiiiMiittee continues nuiruad m
vevtifttion. flottc Considers the K'-!!t?
hiil giving the irtKideiit jMtw.'i
o or cable larulirms. The judi
cial y committee continues ln'ar
ins t.n the prohibition supule
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KAN' KUAXf !.-'(' . May 17.- (f. P.)
The -stn!vii!U s'-aiur-n rlaittiiMl two
; li-l ies u lit-ii t ho J arific -Mail ail
iiMuni' t! iis liner Creole Sfate would
n.t Kill liiilil Vednes.I;iy, and tho Ad
iiiird iiu. is' ct,;t:;!'.-r. Admiral Kvjiis.
tad up u iis ;irri,i!, 'S'iie Cre
ole Mate is liuir to Kill for the OriunL
Potter's f;"ld in New York City haM
earhiMi its eapie dy. Then are hut
two more hl lo ie filled.
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BUT "DIAMOND DYES"
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SIX OI T Of SKVKV.
SKATTI.E, May 16. (A. V.) Se
attle made it six out of seven by win
ning the final game of the 0;iklii!il
series, 5 to 3. (kiklnrnl won the fir. t
i,. til iv..ii,.o-.j fl Ir. V Tin. tirut
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riding factor of the first same. The attle outhittinir their opiKjiieiit:-. hut
t'nles-H yon nk for "ninmenil Dyea
you may iret a poor dye that Ktr.-ak.s,
K..it-. fades and ruins your booiIm.
F.very imckaee of Irtamond Iye con
tainx simple dirfitions for honu- dyc
;mf or tlrttinu any new. rich, fadeless
e..I..r Into narments or draperies of any
material. No mistakes! No failures'.
visitors clinched the second contest in
the second inning. Hyan. Sacramen
to outfielder, was put out of the sec
ond fame in the seventh inning for
disputing a decision by Umpire By
ron. Jn the fifth frame Pitcher
Faeth caused a mild sensation by hurl
ing the ball toward the grand stand
"and his glove to the dugout when or
dered from the box by Manager Rogers.
: Boston scientists declare the "hot
dog" the most nourishing of all sand
wiches. The "Frankfurter" sand
wich, selling for a nickel and scorned
by many, contains two hundred and
fifty calories, while the higher priced
corned beef, tongue, cheese and ham
"sandwiches yield below two hundred
failing to make capital out of their
hits. In the second came lietmiree
bested Krause in a pitching duel, the
Oaks' pitcher paving the way for M-
own defeat by throwing wild to first
in the third inning. Mafic M'lli r and
Cooper hit home runs over t!.e feie e
with men on bases.
Catarrh fa a local disease greatly Influ- j !
enced by congtituii nni conditions.
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THE AUXE-WHEELER STUDIO
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; ,-:,;, H-k;f, ;tii ai fakements to welcome Bruu;ui:
THEIR PICTURE OF PICTURES
.1 ,,.,ts and flow.rs on hand for use in this studio and for
accommodation of graduates.
THE SOUVENIR OF SCHOOL DAYS
itpccial imitation extended tor group pictures.
us at 55S 222 K. Alta Pendleton
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! Indi'iMiiili'iico is what our
EEi forefathers fouuht for
fi lis what you should save for
JJ and start Unlay.
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of fultli'e ilidependellc.
Any t-iar. tan earn numey, hut only he who can save
U the i.ut'iMsful man.
No 1111'lei how small your first deposit might he,
ymi owe Is to yourself to start saving now small ho
giiiiifn,' 1,1. 01110 Intf adiUKS mid wo woleumo your
aei juiit. Ve pay 4 per cent on Term .Savings Ac-i-ouii'.s
ai.d the inteiest Is paid sc-ml-uniiually.
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THE MOST NOTABLE SCREEN EVENT EVER PRODUCED f
Q&ZmfGttQlE ' prevent
The Big Wild
THE LOST CITY
.Episode No. 2
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JAMES B. HENDRYX
X W DIRECTED BY
V GEORGE MAUSKAL!
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THE ARABIAN NIGHTS COME TO LIFE IN ALL THEIR '
Mystery, Romance and Whimsical Ilumdr
DIRECTED BY A MASTER AND PLAYED BY THE GREATEST LhmSp
ASSEMBLED IN SETTINGS OF REMARKABLE REALISM and MAGNIrlCLNCh
Mr. Skinner's Screen Debut in His Greatest Stajrc Success is the Most Impin tairt Ac
quisition in the Tremendous History of Motion Picture Art.
INTERNATIONALLY SUCCESSFUL, T HE STAGE VERSION OF
Kismet Will Never Die ;
THE SCREEN VERSION IS A MEMORIAL TO HIS GREATNESS.
1 " TEN REELS, COSTING .$500,000 TO PRODUCE.
v COMEDY "BETTY'S VAMP"
h' J " COMED i -"NONSENSE"