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. DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON,
SATURDAY EVENING, kAY 21, 1021.
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' AI.TA KM)?
"Everybody's ti-nrt" coming to
town, (llrln, Ateh out for ynui
"beau. Hoys, kfop on eye on you'
"beUcn." Olive Them In her latest
Pelzntrk Picture, "Kveryboil ' Sweet
hesrt," will Khun you why at the Alia,
today and tomorrow.
In not. What (he members endeavor
ed to do was to kwp on their feet.
Their faces, too, expressed the rlht
emotion. On man became too real
istic. H nut seiisuk tniil hud to be
taken mit of the line .f the camera.,
In "The Souttlers" are other re
markable wvnpii, embodied In a peonl-
tarty thrilling: Htory of romance and
Adventure. According to report. Far-
num. in this lecture, la Keen at his best.
AIUUK TOO AT
Rl Worm Km shown
In VV llllam lliriiiiin IVtiirv
One of the ramrt thrilling sights poa.
nlhl in the wwn Is the slnkin of A
hip to a storm even If the storm 1
"mad to order." - Hut there are
norms and storms. Those who were
concerned In the making of the storm
seen in "The Scuttlem." which wili
be shown at the Arcade Theatre today
declare they got the thrill of their
Ia "William Farnum, the popular
' William Fox star, who hs been in
many thrilling scenes, says this seem
'surely made hia red blood run fast
And the oameraman who photograph-
, rd the picture are willing to sign a
statement that they want ho more
thrllla of thta calibre. , t,
' The action took place outside of San
'Francisco on tiosrd a !i0-Toot ship.
'taken over by the, Fox company for
! the purpose. J Oordon Edwards was
' directing the picture. The day was
rather mean and threatening, but this
rave the prey light necessary for the
scenes. Mr. Edwards' intended to
pump the sterm from the ocean in the
customary motion picture way; but the
1 Vessel had hardly pushed Its way be
yond the three-mile limit when rain
'"began to fall, and a high Wind dashed
the waves over the ship. At first Mr.
1 Edwards, as he balanced himself on
' the rolling deck, thought it would b
ustl to return to port
"Just the kind of weather we want."
Farnum insisted. "Put an umbrella
oier the camera, Gordon and this
ought to be corking stuff."
Boa shelter was made for the cam
era and the storm scenes taken. Little
rehearsal vai needed. The real action
'was there. 'The company didn't try
Rev. Max Hoffman
of rortland. will return from
Walla Walla by special request
of - Pendleton people: and hold
meetings in Eagle Woodman
May 23, '21.
- Admission 25c
Remember the dellKht fully funny
vaudeville team of Prlmmlns and tlore
lan Orlminlns and Rosa Ciore?
fhey are playing the principal comedy
hararter roles In support of Frank
Mayo In "Colorado" which is now at
he Pastime Theatre. The story gives I
Mayo hia greatest opportunity for dia.
matic punch. The scenes, are laid In
the mining country of Colorado and
flooded gold mine furnishes one uf
the big thrills of tho drama.
c;oi.n PAID FOR BY KOl'I
'The Money-Changers," the all-star
Benjamine B. llainptmi-Pathe feature
it the Arcade Theatre today Is not a
crook play, nor a drama of high fi
nance, nor a Chinese piny, but it is a
tudv deftly combining all three in a
powerful story ot New York that takes
in alike the glittering splendor of the
richest city's highest society and the
colorful, mysterious, drug laden at
mosphere of the Oriental underworld.
Written for the screen by Mr.
Hampton and I'pton Slncluirnnd based
on the theme of Mr. Sinclair's famous
novel "The Money-Changers." the
story revolves Vbout a man greedy for
money. A respected member of so
ciety and president of a big drug com
pany, it was not known that he was
also the guiding spirit of a ring of drug
traffickers. At the cost of he souls of
men and women he grew rich with
money that bought an Illicit drug. The
plot of "The Money-Changers" un
masks tho hypocrite and brines about
turning point toward happiness in
AI.TA Sl Xn.AY AM) MONDAY
Olive Thomas has appeared in a
?reat variety of roles during her screen
career but It Is doubtful if any of her
preceding characterizations excel or
even equal her present portrayal of
Mary, in the "noboby" in "Everybody's
Sweetheart." which is now appearing
at the Alta theatre for a two day run.
In spite of Mary's position, or lack
of it she is a constant and living em
blem of optimism. No matter what
happens, Mary keeps her chin up and
smiles and when in the final part of
the picture the dreaius of this modern
"Cinderella" come true, every person
in the audience smiles both with and
"Everybody's Sweetheart" is not
simply a story of saccharine simpers
and smiles but a well balanced dra-
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matic tale of how the spirit of youth
and Inherent cheerfulness conquers all
obstacles In reaching its fronl.
Director Laurence Trimble has BUff
rounded tho star with a cast of un
usual calibre with Willie Collier, Jr.,
son of the famous comedian, as lead
9 a. m. to 6 p. m.
In All Uranclies.
SUNDAY, 22a MONDAY, 23J
A DRAMA OF THE CREST AND DREf.S OF HUMANITY
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rshi money- 4gmk&&f
V V: CHANGERS 0
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YOU'VE BOUGHT HER SOUL AND SOLD YOUR OWN
HE WAS THE BRAINS OF
"The Money Changers
Comedy "FOUR TIMES FOILED"
A Four Times Four Comedy it is. L.'iunh and live Idii'T.
ADMISSION Adults, 35c; Children, 10c
BOSTON. My 21. (A. p.) Caf
fein In the moderate quantities con
sumed by the average coffee drinker
is declared to be a safe stimulant with
out harmful after-effects In a prelim
inary report of a scientific investiga
tion conducted at the Massachusetts
Institute of Techmrtogy since June,
1920, The Investigators directed by
Professor Samuel C. Prescott, head of
the department of biology and public
health who makes this announcement
of the first findings of their research,
are now at work to isolate and Identify
the other constituents of the coffee
I.Ann .uilnlK' IhnuA Heter.
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mine the flavor and uromu, prelim
inary to studying the best methods of
brewing beverage coffee.
"The effect of caffein Is, known."
says the report. "For the great maj
ority of normal individuals It Is a
mild stimulant of the heart. Increases
power to do muscular work, increases
concentration of mental effort and j
therefore the power to do more brain
work. It is not followed, except In ex- j
cessive doses by undesirable after ef-j
fects. A few people are especially'
sensitive to coffee, and for them Its
use is not to be recommended. In
these cases the abnormality is In the
individual rather than In any Inherent
poisonous or deleterious property ot
the caffein itself.
"Caffelrt can be taken by tho vast
majority of healthy adults without
subsequent narcotic or depressant ef
fect, provided It is used In modera
tion and not abused. Excessive amo
unts incite temporary disturbances In
the central nervous system but these
do not cause any permanent injury.
It is equally true that other normally
harmless substances such as salt, su
gar or condiments when used in excess
may also produce untoward symptoms
which are often severe. Our studies
lead us to entire agreement with the
results stated by .Hollingworth that
when taken with rood in moderate
amount, carfeln is not in the least
Dr. Lynn K. Blakeslee
Chronlo and Nervous Diseases vnt
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A Comedy of Laughs
FOV SM ALLEY 3 DANCING BELLS
Novelty Whistling, Singing; Dainty Delineators of Songs ;
and Mimicing ' and Dances
Adults, 40c Children, 10c
SPOKANE, May 21. (A. P.) Her
bert H. Votaw, brother-in-law of Pres
ident Harding, arrived In Spokane
yesterday to visit his cousin, F. E.
Pope of this city,, who is also a cousin
of President Harding. Mr. Votaw is
superintendent of federal prisons. He
spoke at a meeting of the community
welfare workers this noon and also be
fore the educational committee of the
chamber of commerce.
SEVEX PITCHEHS ISEO.
SALT LAKE CITY, May 21, (A.
P.) Salt Lake won a long drawn out i
game yesterday afternoon. 10 to 9.
The locals used four pitchers and the
Vernon side threo. The visitors over-'
came a six-run lend of the Bees by
making six In the fifth Inning. There
after It was scesaw, with winning run
for the Uees forced over by Love In
the seventh inning. High hit a home
run, French doubled with the bases
full scoring all three. '
SUNDAY, 22D MONDAY, 23D
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"A picture drama that thrills and appeals to the
very soul." .
"A drama of the Rluc Diamond quality and tinc
ture." . . .
INTERNATIONAL NEWS .
RAY AND ADELE
Two Dark Clouds in "Who's Whos."
ARMENTO DUO i
In a Combination Tumbling Act
fr. J7S'e li T7x .v j - t i
Showing Siviirs II'lniln'ilM of l'c' u low tlm Surface
, M LICI XSK
Icaturiiic Hilly I'liUlu'r, llio koinccly Kttr; of tlie Infles
A SimtiNO SgKy OP THB SEA
William (jojc ,
" presents ;.'
Tlie tory of a daring sleuth, a charming maid, a sinking
ship and a desert island 1
Alt..,l!nn tU WnrU.WI1. "PATUF WFFIrri V"
THE BRAY EDUCATIONAL
ADMISSION Adults, 35c; Children, 10c