East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, July 02, 1921, DAILY EDITION, SECTION TWO, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8

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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. SATURDAY EVENING. JULY 2. 1921.
TWELVE PAGES
, MOTION
PICTURE NEWS
Arms run "or Wheat
ARCAtWK M'MMT I MmiY
J OHM II Ctl5MKl
ii'.ouii m:w ntr:tiJ.s
Am !h' r trirm.h of the silent
drama N TfW Hertford prodsic
lUtn of "The iiaMrn Awue." hiib
! a mtastm nt at iUt Ar J
thti tomoirow.
' Adapted fri-m James er Cur
wJ'i (MM-inutmr i!"y f the
mine. th'.a remari a'le t.lM.toJrama
vth a omttiiiGS. .t't ihn-'ji'ii.ii
l1ot, fairly maat '.Ue (hxrm snJ
Tnyiiry and pr.tn tiwnJt of (lie Far
N.rth country aii-ud which the wnfs
are laid.
rTIMK M'MVXY AM MONO AY !
"TUK I IRK CAT" AT j
mi: p.timk Tai-VTiit:'
'The Fi e Cat. '" the Cntversal photo-j
drama which - sftvi at the Pas
time theatre S..iH"a ! Monday hsi
W? set apart i vrstic -. the best ex-
eif!e. of om.i: of recent months. .
Hh nlnvff t 'J - '- ,
Vlr which serves Edith. RobrU M
a starting v'tiw iv Mnuta .v. . -
or hrr fitness for the rule- !
F.dith !;...ter. the rtsr." play a rele t
tlisl hihI fir h -r The storv 01 ;
THp rire CC" a Vrttten bT Xr- j
i Dawn, htr ttinesSor, ho knows,
hrr Mlity to ii-i t trt eiti- nrf,
t olvrfut eharactritt.tlis c( a drama !
of thin y-pe. ! j
WIUr M IVmi!J.'. ho lUy the
rlr f an Amcri-n derelict in
yuth Amerie in S-i- m appears as
Jlbw r.otxrt ledin; own and vr-j
tr- the character i:h inCtiite skiH. j
TWit in iH-r?.: po the best ejcatiipl
f IndiTida! fnnewj fr a rote ts seen j
in Walter I.-r?. who plaj- the nn-1
kMe tvreUii ri .f an A:neri...!. ,
rerersde Kutdit in the sin-sodden j
Hcuth Ats-.erican rtcden-.Hi of mf- j
fsen.-L reachest the vri.f.r.ia -( j
SeKh tf viibiipy to "The Fire Cat-" j
I .,v: w ' 'rim -1v.' "l .v
Th ch '.dreB of Stock Wheat. Lvxlger outfielder, oroved a Mr
tier, to .: Lnd th "but boes" ot hta(l. when t alluded t
Xatiocal l:-e pnnl rair. at Brookljn- Here he showa wuh
itory Eilca ad Zatk. Jr. two arma tuU at " " W6ra-
Keeps Young at 107
AITl SCXPAY AT MOlAY ,
XJTH IWVT M YKK
. TitIS t-IUI. S niMSM;
Tler is a iwtar thtor- that;
-k5M iruiiie '.he w.miia and that an j
"man cub lrk l aaitfii if -h- h:- J
th rei.ii.;tr trst-i'Sncs i-f fashion. B"t j
Ilre tor Jvhn P. Rbert.-n. who di- j
pk-rore. "The M:tpc Cup, dvt-yn't 1- ;
Jir It. i
Xr docs he W-t ve that uaVcom-,
ia and sh.iV-v clothes have very j
roiwh to do :th a errVs. appearance.!
At any rate, rot with Constance Bin-
nej'r. I
In the openin? Mren tif "The,
Majrtc Cup." M; Binney is seen a. ;
lit tie modern Cinderella who wnrlss
a a kitchen maid in a hie New York j
hotrt. Mr. lro'-'ert.-arm hi-f.i- ted th
tar t wt Oi cheapest, shabbiest '
cluiaa abe cooid ftod.
M iUcuev . iey4 Ituxructiona tc ;
the l-(ter. Re x-.t a shabby little 1
Jaftrt ad -skirt for the nm of Tne j
collar, and a cheap shirt waist for
thirty -nin cent.-. Her Tam and
.-Win ' - - i ft'3 -1
ALT A TODAY
Children, 10c Adults, 40c ,
PLAYING NOW RIGHT NOW
VAUDEVILLE
Keane and Pearl
Cuban Dancers De Luxe
J. Aldrich Libbey
Songs and Oddities
presents
ELAINE TOMERSTEN
'POOR DEAR MARGARET KIPLTY
BY KATHLEEN NORR1S
SCENARIO BY LEWIS AlUEN BROWNE
DIRECTED BY WILLI AM.R 5. EARLE
Social position, wealth and all it could command were
hers and then came the crash. But Margaret Kirby did
not give up. She assumed the burdens of another, and
step by step won her way back to happiness and love. ,
A Photoplay You Cannot Afford to Mis
OTHER ATTRACTIONS
SUNSHINE COMEDY "THE SLICKER"
Alta
Mrs. Hasan Cefcea of Trenton, X. J- is 107, but she toea her own
marketing and cooking and wears no She understands U none
camera, too.
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Salesladies Wanted
One of the leading stores of Pendleton is in a
position to offer a permanent position to one or two
thoroughly experienced salesladies.
Experience in selling Hosiery, Underwear and
General Dry Goods necessary. No others need ap
ply. Address with reference "45" Care of E- O.
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SUNDAY
MONDAY
Children, 10c , Adult 40c ;
VAUDIWILLE
GEORGE & MARIE BROWN ' ,
The Singer and the Boob ; . ...
PANTZEREROS; ! 5 i
Artistic Athletic Achievements ;V I
REALART PICTURES . . , '
PRESENTS ' : '
CONSTANCE'
, BINNEY ...
THE MAGIC CUP
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E. UU5VD SHCtPOH
jomn S (WBtfrrSOft
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THE MAGIC CUP
Just a t..rn!hetl. battered old silver ruf-but U proved to be th.
' . ,L tehwh wauld restore to a l.tful-eyed Uttlo acullcry maid
Sbes were ! the cheapest obtain-
sMe. and wh she aipeared on the!
set she wai feeling irtty well satis-1
fied with her achievement in mafcinsf
Jwif UxW a f..r".orn and shatby as
posKiWe. !
Stockmen are exterminatins the few
remaining herds of wild horaea which
atHl roam the hiph ranges of Arizona.
Kr Mexico. Sonthem Utah and Ore
frm. Wild horses are a menace to th
domestic stock when turned oot to
Vast are n the ranee. They consume
lodd'r. break down fences and I'ire
valuable animals from ranches. Ex
pert rifle sots are esffajed to hunt
down these wild hvrfles
IKirin- one hundred and forty-five
yar the l"nit-d Sates has been en
in It war or laiiit iry espedi-
ttons.
P-l- 2 CoLj
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,..,.. ,ss!i PARAMOUNT MAGAZINE INTERNATIONAL EWS
2 the nonderrm nerilane nrn w .
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ARCADE
Moitio
CHILDREN, 10c
ADULTS. 35c.
PAULINE FHEDERJCK.A 'Madam- X"
oouyrt
A5ADE IpASTI
TODAY
Clildrea, 10c AdulU, 35c
Children, 5c
ESund&yif
Monday!
Adults, 20c
k 'St
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m normu ' i v-
GREAT I
SPECTACULAfi
LOVE DRAMA
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Pauline
greatest
In "Madame X,
Frederick pivs the
performai.ee of her career. I
,Thi picture has been called;
greater than the play, which :
ran for years and stands as one
of the most ensaljonaJ success-;
es of the theatre.
Of course YOU'RE not going
to :ns it. i
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Samuel Goldwyt
Pi n
iPAUUNE
FREDERICK
MADAME X
AajHa fma V KWd of
ALEUNEIX BSON ;
It imwiii wink - -
HJEMtY V. SAVAGE
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.. FRANK LLOYD
CHe'slonj of a 'VmVicrntr
of tn Andrs 'wHo feit
Le kiss of Preston
eJ fame af EU
Sec.
He nok terrinc
esrtkouake ccer.
ever screened
fctrjf Waiirr ir4 It 5
krtti f orr tr ttr t
tltt wsi'fa! IOBC.
Here . rer-fcx y is fft
r.rore ri The atocc trncfl4o4
It's a
UNIVERSAL
Picture
It rivals "Back to God's Country' 'in its ro
mance and "Nomads of the North" in its thrill.
"The Golden Snare" will ensnare with its mystery.
A
David M.
Hartford
production
Vivid as any story Curwood has written;
brought to the screen by a big cast headed by
Lewis Stone, Ruth Renwick and Wallace Beery,
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Comedy "TRUCK HORSE BANDIT"
) fTdfmefi A anji,iaade from a kM' golden hair,
jT BB 'v iK-Kvd up by a lioyal .Mounted sei scant )i. Ct
JJE 3 iracKiiig a u.a.liiian on the Arctic's run. Is S 4
f With htm a foundiinsr baoy. Then he met (C'Tv s J "
'J 'Jjt the Kirl fivm ! hair the snare naa ' "SJ -V' : A
r J made und she led him to tlie loup-garou f-f. 3 ; ,i-",;. ,
a ' he bad come to Uke, but couldn't: 'Hjj "' VQ
I srm JMWL. 1
I . . A FIRST NATIONAL ATTRACTION
J Comedy
TORCH Y IN HIGH
L CRAY riCTOGRAPH "