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DAIL? EAST 0RE00NIAN, FENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 0, 1021.
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IS LIFE Y. OIITII
Itn (.oorgc Weston' 'Tlif
Open IXior," rc, ,y MiUHnu in
Tltr Satnnlay Kveiiina; IViot."
A Miff of jinir nriglibor ami
uin: srvnw ami
(illil. i.ovi; fat m x?
sir.i; thim;: ask
R (Fatty At buckle smashes
tho olJ saying that "nobody loves n
f.it man," in his miv Faramount starr
ing vehicle, "The Traveling Sales
man." which comes to the Arcade
In this picture, which is adapted
fr. m .Times Forbes' noted i!ay. the
i famous ci)!!iiJ,;in is thp central figure
1 of love romance ami weds the girl in
(he story, after ho hail saved her prop
1 erty fr m the schemes of the unscrup
; ulcus villains.
1 It is interesting to note that in "The
Hound-Up" the f.rst I'aramount pie
tare in which (ho comedian starred, he
1 Played the part of the fat sheriff. In
mat picture, the object of his affection
J tefiise .1 ' to lake his love-making ser
' h.oslv (out Kattv ends the nirtnre with
the statement: "Oh. what's the use?
Nobody loves a fat man,'
Hetty Ross Clark is the girl in the
new picture and Frank Holland. Wil
ton Taylor. Lucille Ward, Jim Hluok
wcll, Kk'hard Wayne and other favor
ites are also In the cast. Joseph lien
jhrey handled the megaphone and
Karl Brown was the cameraman.
IVWTIMK M X 1AY M MOXIVW
THE BUTCHER BOY
Chtldren, 5c Adults, 20c
Vhm a wan cf faa
woods tovej-li ';, ff
2 Youth, beauty, love!
t And rapturous music,
Mealing away ail
' thought of tomorrow.
But tomorrow . came,
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How could she Uive bis Victor Uaoul
i magnificent brute, but nevertheless
an untutored son of the (Meat north
woods, as silent and as furious as the
storm lashed trees iu whoe shelter he
mado his home?
Yvonne Fontaine, daunhter of the
fur exporter and the senior partner of
Victor, returned from Paris with this
n her mind. She had studied nt the
'kst continental schools and was a
urixe to which the Rallants of three
continents aspired. He realized thi'"
when he came into St. Itrnace to see
With a strange fury he rushed out
into the night with murder in his
heart. He returned an hour later to
finu Fontaine near death. Someone
attacked Fontaine and Victor's mighty
fists were streaked with blood.
Was he guilty?
Then why did the Rirl go alone into
the forest to head off the posse that
pursued him and why did she risk her
life to save him?
Those questions are to be answered
here Sunday when "The Magnificent
Unite' is show n with Frank Mayo in
the role of Victor Kaoul.
The production is a Universal screen
offering. It was written by Malcolm
Stuart fioylan. Hubert Thornhy di
reeled it in thp north woods and ni
I'niversal City. An excellent cast sup
j ports MfO.
THE ADOPTED SON.
CotJGrt UT3 UNCLE !
I NEED $500,000,000 )
UP ON BALTIC CQASI
Al.TA SI XHAY M MONDAY
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MEET MY HUSBAND
WAXDA IIWYI.KY HI KASI S
IX ( I.HX COMI'DY HIT
K situation that has occurred to
thousands of married couples is un
folded in "The Hoo That Jazz Rnilt,"
the new Kealart picture which opens
at the Alta Theatre Sunday. This com
edy treats of domestic discord in I
Clever, entertaining: manner that car
ries unusual appeal and accomplishes
the showman's desire of ('sending 'em
away with a laugh."
We see a young couple starting out
on their married life, poor, hustling,
and thoroughly happv. The wife is a
splendid little home-maker and a real
help-mate. Then the husband gets a
fine position with a huge salary, and
then move from their modes! suburban
bungaJow to a luxurious city apart
ment. The husband lavishes money upon
his wife. Insists on servants, and asks
only that the wife shall live up to his
new position. The result of her en
forced idleness and his petting is that
in a few years the wife has grown in
dolent, stout, dull and quite unattrac
tive. The husband begins to awake to
the fact that his wife is no longer
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HOXOLl'LF, Hawaii, Aug. 6. (I.
-V. S.l Complete abandonment of the
famous Kalaupapa Settlement, Island
of Molokai aa a leprosarium may be
effected within the next few years in
view of the remarkable results that
ire being obtained from the use of a
new chaulmoogra oil specific, created
he Tr Arthur T. Tenn iiroi.lf.nt tj
he University of Hawaij, in the treat
ment of leprosy.
No more patients are being sent to
the Kalaupapa Settlement because of
i the success of the specific, all new
leases being treated at the Kalihi Hos
ipital, Honolulu, from which patients
I are often released as cured in less than
ja year. It ha been estimated that
within two yca from 85 to 75 per
cent of the patients at Kalaupapa will
have been released as cured. As a
number of patients will undoubtedly
not desire to leave Molokai, they .may
be allowed to take up homesteads
I If present plans materialize, the 450
or 5o0 newspapermen from forty
! countries w ho are corning to Honolu
lu in October to attend the sessions of
the I'ress Congress of the AVoi Id. will
be taken on a tour of inspection of the
seltlementand given an opportunity
to see what a really modern and effi
cient Institution it is. So Impressed
were members of the X'rM Hawaiian
legislature with the settlement that
they granted substantial additional
appropriations for It and increased
the allowance to and gave other con
cessions to the patlciLls.
Instead of being Tlownhearted, as
they once were, when hoie for relief
soemed unthinkable, the Kalaupapa
patients have taken a new lease on
life and have f he utmost faith In the
new specific, looking forward to the
I day when they will be cured and al
I lowed to return to their homes.
WHEW, AIN'T IT HOT.
r.r nkwtox c. fahku
i nf ernaiional Xew s Service
LUXDOX, Aug. 6. Comic opera
states have sprung up along the Hal
tic shores, tho result of the partition
ing of the old Russian Kmpire, accord
Ing to a special correspondent of tho
Each of the three baby nations
Ksthonia. Lativiu and. Lithuania is
twelllng with national pride. Having
gained recognition from several big
powers they are putting on all the uirs
of big nations, much after the manner
of some Central American republics.
All three are spending large sums of
money developing "national" operas,
because France supports one. Jewel
ler designers have been called in to de
sign decorations for various military
orders suddenly springing up.
Barely a dozen trains are operated
daily in the three states, over n few
hundred miles of track, yet each of
the new-horn nations has its ivan
way Minister." with scores of subordi
nates. All three have Cabinets mod
eled along the lines of those adminis
tering the. affairs of the biggest Eu
ropean powers, with hosts of function
aries. Kvery other person traveling the
railwaysNis a "diplomat." Kven the
"White Russian" Government, repre
senting Russian refugees scattered all
over Europe, has its staff of diplo
mats, press bureaus and employes of
all sorts. Their expenses are paid by
contributions from wealthy adherents
of the former Csar, who escaped the
Folsheviks, and by the issue of innu
merable varieties of postage stamps.
None of these stamps would carry a
letter or postcard a mile in any coHn
try in the world, but they are highly
sought after by stamp collectors,
hence the governmental revenue. One
specimen alone is now quoted at five
dollars apiece by London stamp col
lectors. An American business man travel
ing the IJaltic nations must suffer end
less inconveniem esfrom customs and
I Rssport officials at every frontier.
.t so with the "diplomats." Equip
ped with papers from the Lithuanian.
Latvian, Esthnnian, or White Russian
C.overnment, they pass customs of
ficials without any question, and it is
generally understood that much of the
smuggling- along the Baltic oes on in
Arcade Sun. and Mon
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3V ARKANOCMCNT WITH JOSEPH M. SCHCWCK) ' :icV4
AMERICAN LEGION SELECTS
STATUE TO COMMEMORATE
DEATHS IN CENTRALIA RIOTS
AMERICUS, (Ja., Aug., C The Am
erican Legion has found tho bit of
sculpture which its national memorial
committee declares accomplishes its
fcoim of bloody Armistice lay fighting
between heroes of the World War and
I. AV W. A large replica of the origi
nal will be placed In a prominent pub-
highest aim. Within a short time this; lie place at Centi alia. Smaller statues
work of a Georgia artist will be stand- of the work of art are being w idely
ins at Centralia, Wash., which was the distributed.
The sculptor Is I-:. M. Vliiticsney, of
Americas, who produced the model af
ter two years work;' . . 1 "
Th" f gat e Is that of u hefmeted in
fantryman In Iie-ioy' 't-uiirfHiient- -and
with a rifle with bayonet fixed In hl
hand. In t'oe other liund he holds
aloft n band grenade. He i ripping
through wire rntaiiglemeiits. From
his neck hanits his gas mask ready for
The s'rain nnd excitement of the Ad
vance are shown vividly In tho drawn
f:'c ::n.i open mouth.
WASH1XUTOX, Aug. 6. (I. X. S )
The suae department has received
a coiiimuni.'auon trcm soviet foreign
Minister Tchitcherin. denying report'
of widespread riots and revolts
throughout Russia. He stated while
the famine in rrriiny parts of Russia is
unions, the .Moscow government has
the situation well In hand.
Cooking up a Good Time
That's what Wanda Hawlty and a splendid cast of
rlttyen are doinyr t the Alta theater.
"THE HOUSE THAT JAZZ BUILT" i having a
liouse-warming. Wanda Hawley presides, and the way
he trows fat and thin again before your very cyt in a
And wait till you we what happens up at the mountain
cror but w e're not shouting it frn the housetop
rven from the housetop of "THE HOUSE THAT JAZZ
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U. S. HAITI RULE
IS UNDER ATTACK
WASH1XCTOX, Aug. 6 It". 1'.)
Oswald Villard. a publisher and Hor
ace Knowies, former minister to Santo
Domingo, charge that Haitian occupa
tion by the American troops is a
"blot on the navy" appeared before
tho special senate committee Investi
gating the American occupation of
Haiti and San Domingo. Villard and
Knowies charge there was no Haitian
trouble before the United States went
In, but afterwards the American
troops committed inexcusable mur
ders. Naval officers have been called
to defend their administration.
Font ciih.dkkx iH KNi:n
NKW YORK, Aug. . (V. P.)
Four children were burned to death
when a fire swept a tenement house
Two other persons were fatally burn
ed, and five sustained lesser Injuries.
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