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. EAST OREGOKIAN, PENDLETON. OltEGON, SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 4, 1021.
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A de Itine villain l om of the novel
lies of "te1 Mpi Tell No Tales." fhe
Vltnirraph-Tnm Terrs special screen
produi lion of the E, V. Hnrnimg nov
el, which will be shuwn at. the Arcade
This polished scoundrel is on the
point of carrying out a plan which will
send scores of iople ti their doom
!. hp fret? iv he worry? roe
he think f the venRf-nce of the law ?
In Answer to all thr question, ht
due not. ' v
Instead, he plays a leisurely game of
s Wsire. Riving serious attention to tlnv
Viial problem of acttinsr a red, queen
to fxi next to a black k i n jr. and such
Important thttiit. Ilia fame finished,
he Riithers up the curds and. puts
them In their case.
Hp proceeds then to park his suit
rasp, with the disnlnvof amotion of a
wise, with the display of amotion tit a
throw In his shavir tirusa. clean lin
en ana a law ainply of etRarettc.
Thpn hp brushes his hair carefully and
puts in th brush. Hi cloak and his
fhony cane are laid on thp ted ready
for use and thp suitcase locked.
; H'.vlnft madp thPrp preparations for
easy dppartiire, Suntoa, the villain.
t.e to the hold of thp sh'p on whip'
he la a passenger and with the fire
from one of his expensive cigarette
niakes a torch of the vessel. It goes up
in fhimes. fed by men and women and
children, but not before Santos has
tsVen hi belongings and disappeared
via the captain's waiting gig.
AI.TA W XIIAV AXO MOMUY
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IIASIIIXtJ XI:V ( OMKDY
Here she ia apain! The irimd-lit-tle-bad
girl, or rare properly speak
ive, Bel Daniels, the Restart star
who scored mich a success in "You
Never Can Tell" and "Oh Lady. Ijidy,"
has completed a third Marring picture,
Fhe Couldn't Help It."
'Those who fcnnw the play and the
atory "In he , Bishop's Carriage,"
from which this photoplay was adapt
ed, feel that this Is the lest opporunity
the star has yet had to display the
crest possibilities of the type she has
made so essentially her own. Nance
Olden is a little orphan girl, adopted
iy crooks and taught to be a. clever
pi" pocket. Phe doesn't know the
difference between right and wrong
until a chance encounter "In the Bish
op Carriage" opens up to her a new
world of romance and reformation.
There are many comedy opportunities,
especially when Nance, afraid of the
poli. resorts to cayinsr the bishop
"father," pretending- that she is a
echool girl who has become mentally
unbalanced through over-study. The
rtory is well put together and carries
the beholder breathlessly through a
i aeriCf, of very entertaining complies-
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With LILA LEE
Stcry by Walter Woodi
Directed by Jame
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tk.na.uunioi-, pntlios and drama are
blended to form an ideal entertain
PASTIMR SIXOAY A-XD MONDAY
Sparkling comedy is cleverly blended
with appealing: pathos which leads to a
dramatic climax In "The Smart Sex,"
the Universal comedy-drama which is
to have its initial showing locally on
Sunday and Monday at the Pastime
Theatre. Eva Novak, who made her
popularity permanent through her
work-in "The Torrent"-and "Society
Secrets," is the featured player of the
As the story opens the "girl is seen
truusiug up a railroad track with a
goose waddling alongside. They are
leaving a theatrical company that has
become stranded in the country town.
From then on the wayfarers are
throw into serio-comic situations
provide for much rich humor.
i It all ends well and with a concluding
THE rUNNIFST THING YOU EVER SAW!
Putsl hh! Fatty's a deteck-ativ! And
you'll leed no magnifying giass to find the
laughs in THIS picture.
BACK STAGE Ellmpses of t
show-girl's life and some very
real drama in which a poor little
nobody from the chorus puts some
high flyers ust where they belong,
make this new EVA NOVAK pic
ture absorbingly Interesting snd
thrilling. It's as real as hunger, as
romantic as love at first sight, and
as pretty as laughing Eva herself.
And there's a big thrill at the end
that will fill you with joy. Be sure
to seo .
the girt who played the heroine In
Stuart Paton's big thriller. "Wanted
at Headquarters" the girl with the
aaue you can't ort
twang on the heartstrings which will
be pleasing to those for whom romance
has an appeal.
"The smart Sex" was produced at
I'nivcrsal City under the direction of
Fred Leroy Granville. Frank Braid
wood and Geoffrey Webb appear as
Miss Novak's principal masculine sup
porters, while Mrs. Margaret Mann the
gifted interpreter of mother roles, has
one of the leading character parts.
Theatregoers who seek the unusual
in screen stories will find in "The
Smart Sex" 1hat.atisfaction which
cornea from a skilful presentation of
a clever comedy-drama I y players ad
mirably, suited to their n les. "
AltCADE SVXDAY AXD MONDAY
DAINTY IILA J.KK IX
XEW AHBUCKI.E COMKBY
Lila Lee, the charming leading wom
an who has become so popular by her
portrayals in such pictures as 'TheJ
Prince Chap" "JIale and Female," and
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They furnish a valuable clew to one of the best eve-
ning's entertainment you ever enjoyed. They tell you
how to get the most pleasure out of a single afternoon. .
They represent mystery, suspense, thrills, love and dra
matic action. They indicate that Tom Terriss has had
his fingers in the pie and this would point to the fact that
it is the best in motion pictures.
NOW FOR THE EIG SECRET!
' "Dead Men Tell No Tales"
' - showing at the
THREE SHOWS DAILY
as leading woman opposite Wallace
Reid and other Paramount stars, ap
peared the leading feminine role op
posite' Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle in
"The Dollar a Tear Man." Mr. Ar
buckle's latest comedy which will be
shown at the Arcade Theatre Sunday
The story is a novel one. The mem
bers of the Santa Vista Yacht Club,
fearful lest Franklin Pinney, their only
plebian member, will disgrace them
when the Prince is their guest, take
advantage of his weakness for detect
ing plots and fake a kidnapping story
so that he will follow the scent and
be' absent when the royal guest ar
rives. Tipton Blair, a club member
with socialist views, ho is the insti
gator of7 a real plot to kidnap the
Prince and turn him over to a band of
anarchists in a haunted house, pre
tends to aid Pinney. ,
However, the Prince, has managed
to escape the formality of the club
visit and Is enloying a walk with
Pfggy Bruce. In passing the haunted
house he heat's strange noises and be
lieving the ghosts are prety lively,
goes to investigate. The anarchists at
tack him and Pinney manages to save
him. Later, at-the club the Prince and
Pinney are table companions at the
SINCE HE RETIRED
Sent Memorial Day Letter to
Editor of Stars and Stripes
Which Was Published.
WASHI.VGTOK, Juno ?. CA. P.)
Wood row Wilson has broken the al
ienee he ha maintained since he re
tired from the white house on March
In a Memorial Day letter to the ed
itor of "The Stars and Stripes." which
wag putillxhed In that soldier period
ical, he declared that the AmeriCH
people "ahall not be able to enjoy thn
full prifle of the day's . recollections
until we have made mire that the du
ties that grew out of the . tvar have
been fulfilfed to the utmost."
"Are we sure?" he aHked. ' ."If we
are not shall we not Moon take steps
to do whatever has been omitled?"--.
The full text of the former presi
dent's letter follows:
"Memorial Day has always been
one of our most solemn and thought
ful" anniversaries when we recalled
great menwriei and dedicated our
selves atrain to the maintenance and
purification of the nation, but this :
year It has an added and tremendous
and sacrifices ef the front world war
are now among the"-mont stimulating
of ihe recntleetlona of the day.
"We celelirate the immortal achieve
ments of the men who died In France
on the field and In the trenches, far
away from home, in order that both
our own people and the peoplea across
the seas mlcht be delivered from the
UKliest peril of all history, It Is our
privilege not only to indulge a hiti.
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and solemn pride and grief for the
heroes of that great struggle but also
to rededlcate ourselves to the achieve
ment of the real objects for which
that war was fought. We tfliall hot be
Happy; she shall not be able to enjoy
the full pride of the day's recollec
tions until we have made sure that the
duties that grew out of tho war have
been fulfilled to the utmost.
"Are we sure? If we are not shall
we not soon take steps to do whatever
has been omitted?
DR. C. II. DAY
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Railroad and Main
JUNE 4th AND 5th
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PRESENT THEIR TWO FINAL EIG
Doors open 7:30
Children, 1 0c
BENSON & JOHNSTON
' The Girl and the Goof , :
ROUBLE SIMMS '
Comedian and Cartoonist
LOUIS J. SELZNICK PmenU
A Play Full of Pep
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