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SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 25, 1921.
DAILY EAST OKEGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON,
Belmont Girls Learn Swimming
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SUNDAY, 26th MONDAY, 27th
FORCED TO BATHE BY A T(r$n dp
CHICAdi), June S5. (I. X. S.)
aim m:Jrirtnv j
iMirn, i.u vi ; .n to !
woiik ix run r.ii!
It n well known that every lour'st !
'ho v .ts l.os An-rplrs is nxion tn
roi- the inni'.n.i picture studios. I'm u j
! a rirw f "minx call but few nr..-1
rh'i rn."' 'the prcvsurp of work is in
tense mid it Ik rl i f i i rr : i ! t to Kit beyond
the rate of 111'" HV'ia'e f;'lll plant.
, In tmiking '"Th Witch rg Ho ir," a
Vtirafionnl l'io'uio wh'oh w-11 ''t
Show:i Ht the rs:lc il'Pii'ri- S iioinv
,rl Mr.mlHV, Will'iini I). T:ylr oceoe.l
n n lilR theatre scene. Kvcry availablo
etor wa called ami still nut enough '
fcad been Necurod.
Finally he thought of inviting the
fiicnis fioni wu-rnl of the fashionable
hotels. The (iiios'.s nearly fell ovor
th. -mlve tu n. 'I'!. ninil) na
tion of seeing h st idio end worl'insr in
n actual pet'ire v:i too ecul to m'ss.
A x reult th," tnire of "Th
"V j t f h i r sr Hour" presents one of ilv
r ?t t ,:rnl ."'otv - ' u 10 ' h-s'.o
Vc.Vhv re p fri in New York, IVs
ln:i. Ch'caco rind oMr his circs ar
.entered nil tl ionah the s t. In fa t
r-lcre nlsrvers will ho a!ce to ycc1
,nut f" 'es f.unoii: in national sociot:
J" suees-el wis h's experiment
that Mr. Tylor plans t.i call upon the
tourists aea'n when he needs an es
P'ia'lv tnrre n -mber of i-onle. Rl-
V . . '
lle v'a the "low down" on liuthtnr
t harles Henry Mackintosh, nil nd
jyoitisins' exiiert, blanies It all on soap
I Says t'harles:
I "Duly a short time nso we liathed
ionce a week and Reneinlly on Sntur
jflay. We even sklppeil once In a while.
Then came a flood of advertising liy
'soaii niatiMfactiireiH until we were
iiHiisuadocI we wern't I'hrlsdnns nnlessi
Sve took a daily bath. We were ud
ivortlsed int'i it. Advortlsini,' out,'ht to
liaise the standard of living."
Z.ae daughters of Mrs. August Belmont, Jr., took ndvurrage of tl 2
free swimming coune by the Red Cross during New Yens "Spies;."
week. Alio la show teaching Cecilia to BWiiu, while Uirbara watc'.ea.
, Sh Itth Altai linicnt for I'ront Wheels
An extivmely simple runner attach.
"e't for tile front wheels of an amo
mohile, enaldlnff il car to he usod erfec
, tlveiy even In deep snow, has heen In
i vented. It does not reipiire the re
I moval of the front tires and th,- oon
jstriictlon Is such that the n'ltoinoblle
equipped with the attachment will run
land steer with great accuracy, owing
j to provision of ribs on the under aide
of tile runners.
liott Dexter, Ruth Reniok and Wintel
Hall have the leading roles i:i "Th
ALT A MDY AXI MONDAY
KKKX t )MKIY IX
KY H AWLI'Y riW
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American college story. Thai's what
the Alia theatre will offer to its pat
rons when Wanda Hawley opens there
on Sunday in "The S ioi," a ta'.e of
'Ci.ninus life and toot'.mll by milium
A better choice of star for such a
phky could hardly have been niiide.
Miss Hawley is a true epitome of the
real American fjirl. Rom in Scran
ton, Pennsx Ivania, and educated in
Seattle (Wash.) hish school, she has
lived the life of the typical American
young woman. From high school she
went to the I'nlvcrsity of Washington
i:nd, after a period there. tftiiKht music
in Bremerton (Wash.) schools.
And she hasn t forgotten iiev
school days, either. Omy
Jesse L. Lasky presents
WILLIAM U TAVLOR'S
mk ELLIOTT DEXTER
Fine story with a great cast
One that is sure to please.
recently I T
ne wnie tne nr.:sic ac.u 'ni'ius iui
a song which has been adopted us
the official pons of Seattle High
i-chool. That is matter of which
-he is pr'Uider even than her success
in the screen world.
"I am mighty happy to appear hi
a college s.oiy,'' she said at the 11-al-art
studio recently, "espei ially in a
tale which carries such a v.'hob sone.
democratic spirit as "The Snob,"
Chtise of you who read the story in the
'Saturday Kveninir Post' will recall
that I play a wealthy girl who falls in
love -with a college football hero, only
to snub him on learning that he waits
on table in a college dining h ill. Hit
friends, however, detertirne to teach
her a lesson. And they do! The hero,
ine conies to realize what a snob sh"
has been and what a splendidly de
mocratic place an American college
reaty is. It's a dandy plot and puts
American-college life in pust th-.' HUhl
I like it I est."
In "The Snob" Miss Hawley !s sup
ported by an excellent cast including
Walter Hiers, Sylvia Ashton, Hdwin
Stewns. Julia Faye. Richard Wayne
and William Lawrence.
TEXAS IS WARNED THAT
(IALVKSTd.X, June 2T,. n P.)
The weather bureau posted storm
warnings of the approach of another
gale from thte Carrihean sea. Disturb
ances have been reported in the vicin
ity of Swan island, northeastern Cur-:-ibbp:in
sea, i ccordinp to the warning.
Fiosh winds are due within the next
hours. A second storm is feared.
In nil iibyorbiie treat
Tor young; ami old,
A Reel Full of Real
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ADMISSION Adults, 35c; Children, 10c
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Statistics on tractor production in
the year liiia just made public by
The imp-aa of puldic roads of the
I nitud ,-tatcs department of agricul
ture place the number of tractors
produced bv eight1.' concerns in that
year at 164,510. The production fell
eoosiderabiy short of estimates fur
nished bv trc? manufacturers in the
tall of 191S for the year 1K19.
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Alta , Theatre
SUNDAY, 26th MONDAY, tfth , i
Docs Caste System. Prevail in Democratic America?
COULD MAKE GROUP OF
WOODEN INDIANS SIKG H
717 Garden Street
Night Phone 330
That's What They Say About Walter
Jenkins, Song Leader.
That community nin:in? is "gno-1
medicine" for every cnitum'.nliy is the
belief of Walter Jenkins prominent
community song- leader who come to
Oinutawiun on the fifth day. He j;ny,
"When v.e sin? together our moods
draw closer together. We feel alike;
we think in tonus of ti e primp."
Someone has said that "Waller Jen
kins could make a group of wooden
VChon one pretty woman
cried on his i-houhbr he
agreed to help her Secure a
divorce and then hi- fiimcee
s'e;i.ed Into the piclur-.
Comedy plus action,
marks this Owen Moore
A ROUCH HOUSE, featuring FATTY AREUCKLE
doing tho rough.
J ' r
i y" if
X hA vjVvi
That Coiiduriiig Ciisr-,
TRIXIE AND DAVIS
The ril ls with tin; curl.
Indians isiiij;." He ci rlulnly possesses
the uucanny ability of iuitiiis every
audience In good humor. During HUT
and l!ilS he wax Northwest Song Lend
er for the Army antl Navy ('aiiiim and
since that time has been Community
Song Leader of Portland, Oregon. Dur-,
ing his pioraiii Mr. .Tonkin will also
present a lew blritope solos.
Jpssp L, Lasky
' ADDED FEATURES
Adults, 35c Children, 10c
Adapted from the story by WILLIAM J.NEIDIG
Directed by SAM WOOD Photoplay by ALICE EYTOM
Tin me of "THE SNCR," Wanda Ilawley'a latest photoplay,
opens interesting discussions on American snobbishness.
SPENCER. SISTERS AND
in Tricks and Tunes