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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (July 9, 1921)
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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETOlt, OREGON, ' f SATJJRDAY EVENING, JULY 9, 1021
j(J..S. Trade Chief
treadle Stum. lv
AI-TA Kl'MtAY AND MONIUV
tlie leading woman, ha a highly sym
pathetic role. The picture was direct-'
d by u verge D. rtakcr from Ills own,
scenario based upon the story by
1'iank II. .Vilnius.
W IIY IS A C K M AX?
VNSWI .llKD IX XHW YUM
MAY MoAVOY MXMil.S AtJUY
AVhcn Uialurl determined In cell
I'liile their second anniversary with a
ppwfal production, they combed 111''
Industry for someone - to f:t;incly
c upy the star part in the story
which Whii written by lienor Tnrubiill.
It tm ro4 mere chance th:it Miss Mc-
- Acoy was chosen In play the role of '
the petltf FrcnrTi maid, Jeanne Mil- tin man finht against the tenden-
. .lettc. in A I'rlvntc initial," coming ' cies vi heredity aad environment
to the lta Theatre Sunday and Mon ;Thut in the question Jacques Jaccard
day. ' ' seeks to answer in-'"Honor Bound"
' the stoty he wrote and produced star-
AlU'AltR TOIAY rng Frank Mayo and his answer Is
-"I'UOXIIV rNVKV 1. PHOTOPLAY The story deals with two types of
men who nTe lifted out Of civitantion
Unusual, novel and appealimi is end dropped into savnjrery, and shows
"Proxies," the now Cosmopolitan- their relictions when face to face with
Paramount picture, which will ha primitive emotions to which only the
jfhown at the Arcade Thoitre today, instincts of forgotten ancestors could
I'lie story has to do with a foi mr con- respond.
vlct who lives stralirht. hut finds it Just what this throwback" Is Jae-
hard to do so and who actually com- ones Jacoard explains at. the proper
mits a hold-up and risks imprisonment time, hut concerned In It are three
to nave his benefactor from falling women. T1ri there is the vivacious
"victim to ihe wily schemes of wnothtr little fiance of the younger man: sho
man to simultaneously make a fortune is portrayed by Helen Lynch. Then
ind to hreak Into society. there, is the business man's wife, play-
- There are many thrills throughout ed bv, Irene riackwell, Finally comes
the action which takes place in a pala- the most disturbing element the half-
Dr Juaus Kluln, of California, la
le new din-ctor of forelBn and do
lestlc I'oninierce l-e left a Har
i d limfessoi shlp to succeed Dr. H,
2bu;tSlwe ua bureau chief.
.ti.il home in which Peter, the hero. Is breed Koree, as savage and unasham-j 'h"('s rer rood gravel road with
he butler. As a result of highly dra
jimtlo circunistanrvs, Peter proves
himself a real man despite his prison
ieeord which la raked up for the pur
,4iose of riilnlnit him. This role is play-.
d hy Norman Kerry, who tj;is nppcar
id Jn support of npni',"'is - "-d
who la well known to raramount picture-audiences.
Zim Vt .
td in her passions as an animal, and
Nick de Kuii plays the brutal mastei
and "husliand" of the half-treed girl.
Uordon Packville is seen as "the rub
ier kins.'' and Max Willing as an
effeminate young English nobleman.
"HVmor Hound" will be saen at the
INst'iti theatre today.
BE COATED W GRAVEL
Columbia Hiver Highway,
ton to Portland Pendleton
Saie 71UUC for iHFAifrs a ifivauds
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The Original Food-Drink For All Ages No Cooiiiiur Nouruhmff Digeatibl
J ' CA RL ROBERTS TRIO
Thrte Wise Fools in Melody, Mirth and Motion.
In Song and Monologue.
A Private Scandal
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The story of a little French girl, a terrible perdica
nient, a wonderful sacrifice, a fitting reward.
exception half mile sandy to be com
pleted soon. Deschutes river to The
i Dalles take hill detour owing to con
struction. Rough up hill remainder
fair. The Dalles to Hood Hover over
new highway. Paving near Mosier,
time schedule for passage; after 5 P.
m. until 8 a. m. at noons, on Sundays
and on holidays. Hood River to Port
land paved. Oregon State Motor Ass'n.
and Oregon Tourist & Information
Bureau for coast points.
Old Oregon Trail, Pendleton to Salt
Lake PenJleton to Grande 26
miles good. Kemainder from crest ot
mountains into I.a Grande rough ow
ing to construction, numerous small
detours. La Grande to Baker fair to
f excellent, at Hot Lake tkc foot hill
detour well marked and good. Baker
'to Nelson good. Nelson to Huntington
j under construction, two detours well
I marked. HuntliiKton to Weiser, Idaho
' good, ferry at Olds. Keep Idaho side,
! load to Poise good. At Nampa, Idaho
Sttte Motor ASs'n. for roads to Salt
Lake. Utah state Motor Ass'n. for
roads out of Salt. Lake. i
Oregon Washington Highway Wil
lows to Walla Walla via Pilot Rock
and Pendleton Willows to Heppner
mmd dirt road. Heppner to Pilot Rock
fiir dirt road. Tllot Rock to Pendle-
ton to Walla Walla paved. Tri-State
i Auto Clufl for Eastern Wushingtop.
I La Grande Enterprise Highway La
; Grande to Island City paved. Island
City to Wallowa hill fair stme rough
i stretches. Wallowa hill to Wallowa
i lake under construction roads fair, de
tours well marked, preferably day
Enterprise Flora Highway In fair
Condition and traffic steady.
Baker Uiity Highway In fair con
ditiqn. Baker Cornucopia Highway Gen
erally good, first stretch good.
Pendleton . John Day Highway
J ; Open through into Grant county but
: rough and rocky past Ukiah.
J ! Pendleton Cold Springs Highway
X . Good dirt road by way of Holdman
or South Cold Springs canyon to Cold
T Springs Landing.
Other I ton tcs from Pendleton
j! Pendleton to Spokane via Walla
5 Walla and Central ferry good. Small
-) detour in good condition, Colfax U
J Steptoe. Inland Automobile Ass n. at
, Spokane for roads north and east.
l Pendleton to Seattle via either Port
j land or Walla Walla and Yakima good.
Pendleton to Heppner via Echo
Highway to Echo. Take red, white
and blue road to Heppner.
Pendleton to HWix good. Leave
J Oregon Washington Highway at Ha-
Pendleton to Lehman Springs fait
J Nye stage road best.
Pendleton to Bingham, fair to good.
Ti People traveling between Pendle-1
! ton and Portland will be glad to know
that the small sandy stretch between
ij The Dalles and Arlington will be cotn
X.pletely gravelled within 12 days. The
lock work which is holding up the
traffic between the DeschuteS river
and The Dalits will necessitate the hill
detour until the first week in Septem
ber. The Old Oregon Trail construc
tion between Nelson and Huntington
ill the extreme east of the state is be
ing rushed to early completion.
ALT A Today
Carl Roberts Trio
THREE WISE FOOLS
MELODY, MIRTH & MOTION
" Glenn & Walsh
CITS OF VARIED VAUDEVILLE
Burdened for life with the promise to avenge his father's
murder, fate sU'ps in and removes the obstacle to a happy
mountain romance. .
tj CONWAY. Ark., July S ( t. X. S.)
J I Moonshiners have com down from
jthe hills in a sort of a piratical effort
ttn i:iit th nrovlsorv oeiiallies for
Lnon-observance of Volstcadlsm. The
-v latest is a complete liijuor-making de
yVvice on a floating raft, secureb
fcliairmd to a cypress "knee" In a dense
ciincbrake on Grassy lake is miles
south of here.
Revenue officers rowed far out into
the canebrake and confiscated the
booze plant, along with 41) gallons of
mash, while the thirsty patrons of the
I cache-owner are aw aiting delivery of
the "next consignment."
FATTY ARBUCKLE in -FATTY AT CONEY ISLAND"
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romance laid in a land
that knew not God nor Law
u ussy iNi''',!;
IN a land where nature tnocks at
rlvllixed conventions, two men.
fcoth loved by noble women, found
themselves face to face with prim
itive emotions to which only in
stincts of forgotten ancestors
could respond. Yet there was a
third woman as beautiful as the
tropic jungle that gave her birth-r
and as fatal to the two men of the
North. See how she tangled five
lives to the point of catastrophe
and you'll see a marvelous picture-
story, now ruiisu.
Comedy "ZULU LOVE j
l'layrtl "KximIils'- W ithout Keys
CADIZ, Ohio, July 9 (I. X. S.
Wultir Scott, of Alliance, . played i
steadily for several idays ti an organ I
placed in the corridor of the county 1
jail by the Salvation Army. j
One morning Scott and Clcnrse ;
Reed of Byesvillo were not to be i
An invest'gation by the prison of
ficials disclosed that the organ had
been utilized to deaden the noise cro-
itod by using a section of a radiator
in digging through .the Jail wall. The
missing prisoners escaped through the
hole In the wait
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