East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, August 12, 1921, DAILY EDITION, SECTION TWO, Page PAGE TWELVE, Image 11

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SAIL? EAST 0REG6NIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, ' FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 12, 1921.
PASTIWR TOIHY
PliAT WITH IMXH JONKS
Purk Jinn In the William Fox pro
duction "Juit Pais,' a drama of the
wht country from a mory by John
McDtrmott, la announced ns the fa
ture attraction at Pestlme Theatre be
glnnlng today.
Tha acrnea are laid In a mall town
fin tha t)order-line nf the wheat and
rattle countiien. . It deals with the
live of a dejected "nobody," a boy
'waif and a benutWul school teachet-,
who become united through clrcum
fetancea that conetltute what has been
described aa a most appealing atory.
Buck Jonea la aeen In the part of Bim,
Tha "nobody" a ne'er-do-well who at
heart la ronrngeou and chivalrona.
Jack Ford la the director and the
at Includes familiar namea.
Theatre today, are Indeed rare if pre
view Indication are to be believed.
Rarely has there been a photoplay
spectacle about which so much com
ment has been excited on nil sides. For
this reason alone, the attraction is
likely to arouse great interest here.
The critics who have thus fnr reviewed
this picture have divided their praise
between the production and the star.
Fola Negri, who seems to have achiev
ed more than the ordinary dramatic
triumph In the principal role.
Al.TA TOIY
ARCADE TOP AY
Motion picture productions of the
tnarnltuda and importance of Tas
flon," which conies to the Arcade
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F!,M STARKIXO
JXA1XK HAMMKHSTKIX
Elaine Hammerstein one of the most
popular young women on the screen,
ir the star of the latest Selznlck pic
ture. "The Girl from Nowhere." which
will lie seen at the Alta theatre today.
There are few stars who have
reached in so short a time the high
place In public affection ivhich is held
by Miss Hammerstein, and it Is the an
nounced policy of the Selznlck com
pany to provide her with the best
stories, directors, supporting- casts and
scenic equipment that can be secured.
"The Girl from Nowhere" tella the
story of a girl who made a mistake In
her Judgment of a man. Innocent her
self, she becomes implicated In ap
pearance In a notorious Jewel robbery,
and escaping from her accusers she
finds herself In a predicament less
dangerous but, if anything, more em
barrassing. Seeking shelter In a hunt-1
Ing lodge, the property of a wealthy
man. she tells the caretaker, 'who tries
to eject her, that she is the owner'a
wife. The caretaker knows that hia
employer is unmarried, and laughs at
her claim, but the owner himself ap
pears at this moment, corroborates the
girl's story. There is a reporter pres
ent and the news of the marriage of
Jimmy Kyder spreads. Complication
follows complication, until the truth
finally straightens the tangle.
Miss Hammerstein, as Mavis Cola,
has one of the most appealing roles of
her entire career. The production was
directed by George Archalnbaud, and
in the supporting cast are such famil
iar figures as William B. Davidson,
Huntley 0-ordon, I-ouise Trussing and
Warren Cook.
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Children ISc
COMPLETE CHANGE OE PROGRAM
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Adults 55c
FRUIT CROP IS IDE
PASTIME
1 TODAY
Children, Sc Adults, 20c
"A MAN MAY EE DOWN BUT HE'S NEVER OUT"
William Fix Presents
Buck Jones
Just Pals
The Stirring Story of a Golden-Hearted
Ne'er-Do-Well
COMEDY
WITH MOONSHINE ON THE WABASH
PORT AND. Aug. 12. -(A. P.) -F.8-
, timates of the bureau of markets and
jcrop estimates, indicate the produe
I tion this year of 5139 carloads of com
mercial apples, 8000 tons of epars,
21,610,000 pounds of dried prunes.
Last year's apple crop was 32SO car
loads. Willamette valley unfavorable con
ditions at the blossoming period is
blamed for the light apple crop, ex
cept in Union and Lane counties
which show an Increase. Pears are
60 to 76 per cent; prunes are also be
low normal. An increase in Umpqua
valley apples is Indicated. Pears are
60 per cent and Italian prunes 75 per
cent. The southern apple crop is 25
to 50 above last year; pears are 65 to
60 per cent crop.
Hood River has 10 to 20 per cent
more apples and of better quality;
pears are 50 cents lower. Umatilla
reports a fine apple crop; -Hermiston
suffered a frost; Union promises ex
cellent; Wasco shows a shrinkage;
Baker has an average yield and It is
good quality. Malheur promises 200
cars of fruit.
Wn,L VISIT ORIXJON
MEDFORD, Aug. 12. (A. P.)
Secretary of Interior Fall, will arrive
next Monday. He is touring the na
tional parks.
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A Gripping Omnia of Sunshine and Slorm.
FOX SUNSHINE COMEDY 'THE SIMP."
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35 MINUTES OE MUSIC. SONGS AND DANCES.
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MAY BECOME LAW
WASHINGTON, Aug. 12. (I. IT. S.)
Unlesg the anti-beer bill finally be
comes a law before congress recesses,
the regulations for the sale of beer as
a medicine will be promulgated, Sec
retary Mellon stated.
The Difference of 150 Years
YOU'VE heard the story of Paul Revere how he clatter
ed out of Boston and spread the alarm to every Middle
sex village, etc. That was in April, 1775. It was an all night
job. Today the Boston papers would slap extras on their
presses and in the shake of a little lamb's tail the whole
thrilling message would be in each home of the well known
county.
This represents the arvance of 150 years in the omportant
business of spreading news.
The cry of "Extra Extra" on the midnight air brings
startled folks to their doors as once did the pound of a horse's
hoofs and the breathless shout of the rider. Papers have
supplanted the courier multiplied his effectiveness many
times increased his speed a hundred fold.
How far back we would go without newspapers! We
would remain in ignorance 'not only of events at home and
abroad but also of much that concerns us just as vitally
news of the very things that have to do with the personnal,
every-day life of each one of us.
Somebody might be selling a new, better and more econom
ical food; or a utensil that would add immeasurably to our
comfort and well-being; or some better material for making
shoes or clothing but we would never know it.
Modern advertising is a boon. It keeps our information
up-to-date on the manythings we need in order to live a profit
able, happy and useful life in this age of progress.
Do you take full advantage of the advertising?
HEAD IT! IT PAYS!
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East Oregon ian Printing Department.
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