East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, August 13, 1921, DAILY EDITION, SECTION TWO, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8

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AI.TA SUXPAY AND MOYD.VT
MAJM1I HAItrr IIOI.K
FITS ItKISR IAXIFXS
Probulily there Is no artiste of the
screen todMy nhose appparance and
personality better fit tom-b', harum
earum roles than do Hiss Bebe Dan
Ih'. Kealart has wisely chosen to
present her In Just such roles, and
'.with Filmer Harris to prepare such
rtdry opens, living and having consid
erable joy in a mountain shack. With
them is Rosemary Merriilew daughter
of one pf them. Her father ia killed In
a gun-battle and she is sent to her
aunt in Alabama, an ultra-fastidious
old dame with an exaggerated sense
of her own aristocracy and a desire to
marry her own daughter' off to the
richest young man in town. Rosemary
amusing stories for her, and Major , interfere with this schedule. Dr. Tom
Maurice Campbell to direct them, the
public Is always assured of a fun treat
When saucy Bebe comes to town.
She will appear at the Alia Theare
Funday and Monday in "A March
Hare." and the continuous laughter
which greets her escapades Is strong
testimony that she lived up to her title
rl very successfully.
Lizbeth Ann Palmer is the only
daughter-of a harassed Los Angele?
millionaire, and to olrtain a respite
Irom the excessive stimulation of Liz
bet Ann's society, he sends her off,
with a spinsterish cousin for chap
. erone, to visit his sister-in-law in New
York.
STIME Sl"XIAY AXn MOXDAY
' A classic of colloquial American
literature has been given life on the
wreen in "Desperate Youth," which
will be the principal attraction at the
Pastime Theatre i-'unday with Gladys
Walton in the starring role.
' The story wait filmed at Universal
City from "A Kentucky Cinderella.' by
F. Hopklnson Smith. - Harry B. Harris
directed it, using a popular cast in the
etar'a support.
Two old prospectors are seen as the
Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications, aa they cannot
ach the diseased portion of the eai.
Catarrhal Deafness requires constitu
tional treatment. HALL'S CATARRH
MEDICINE is a consiitutional remedy,
latarrhal Deafness ts caused by an in
famed fondilion of the mucous lining of
the Eustachian Tube. When this tube is
nftamtd you have a rumbling sound or
Imperfect hearing, and when it ia entire
ly closed. Deafness la the result. Unless
the Inflammation can be reduced, your
hearing may be destroved forever.
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE acta
through the blood on the mucous Jfcir
faces of the system, thus reducing U Vn
fiamnuttlon and restoring normal condi
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J. J. CheneT A Co.. Toledo fhlo
Dcwling, the prospective son-in-law.
becomes infatuated with her, thereby
complicating the plot. " ,
With delightful humor, good drama
ond fidelity fo Smith's popular story.
"Desperate Youth' is said to serve
Misg Walton as one of her best Univer
sal starring vehicles. ,'-'
Such screen favorites as Harold
Miller, J. Farrell McDonald, Louis
Willoughby; Muriel Oodfry Turner.
Hazel Howell, Lucy Harris and James
Blackwell, play the important charac
ter roles in the production.
ARCADE ' SI X DAY AMI MfiVDAY
In 'The Isle of Conquest,"' Jv'orma
Talmadjre's new Select . specia, the
charming star again demonstrates that
there is no height of expression too
loftly for her.
Her versatility is generously drawn
upon as she journeys through the roles
of an innocent convent girl to ah un
happy wifehood and thence to a !ne of
isolrion upon a tropical island with a
,lone man companion, there to find
complete happiness and contentment.
Always pleasing and capable, the star
ascends to the full height of her emo
tional talents and holds the interest
from beginning to end.
"The Isle of Conquest' is "a fast mov
ing drama treating With a young girl's
marriage to p. wealthy wastet, through
the efforts of a designing mother.
Later, the yacht upon which they are
cruising is wrecked and she finds her
self safe upon an uninhabited island
with a stoker from the ship's hold.
Months of isolation kindles within
them a mutual love and, all hopes of
rescue having perished, they are pre
paring to enact their marriage rite
when suddenly her husband appears to
return her to hia world of sham. Here
the circumstances become tragic, con
cluding with ajt unexpected and sen
sational climax.
The play was adapted tp the screen
by John Emerson and Anita Loos from
arthur Horjiblow's novel, "By Right of
Contient,'and nraj directed by Ed
ward Jose. Tt will appear at the Ar
cade theatre Sunday and Monday.
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Adults, 35c
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Adult, 35c
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COMEDY
AN AWFUL BULL
HUGHES 10 REPRESENT
U. S. AT CONIFERENGE
:VASltiXGT0,"Aug. IS (1. N.
Secretary of Stato Hughes bus been!
named by President Hanging chairman
of the American commission at the
disarmament conference, has been an
nounced at the white house.
The' president, in advising Secretary
Hughes of bis appointment. Informed
him f'-om this dav oil the state de
puiti.icnt will be, given complete re
spont ibility for makinr," all arrange
ments for the conference and for con
ducting all preliminary negotiations.
Adopted to the screen by John irWtson and
Anita Loos from Arthur iU.rnblow's fair.oiis
novels "By Right of Conquest." Diieoled by
Edward Jose
LOVE
ROMANCE
ADVENTURE
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Kailing the se.is of happiness A gill A man
the only survivors of a shipwreck A typical,
'tropical isle Prospects of a life-long isolation
The birth of love And then came -I1EK
Hl'SliAXD!
A Picture of Thrills and Beauty!
COMEDY "HOME SPUN HERO"
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Or you think you do. Hut this fusrinatinj? coiid little
had girl opens an entirely new bittf of trickrrin this' rol
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WA8HINOTOX, Aug. 13. t!T. P.)
Senator Hiram Johnson tohl - 'thf
I'nlted I'rca America had heen
"bilked" Ions enough, whiu asked re
KailinK the fight to have,the I'nited
States army of occupation in Germany
hrouttht Jiome, and hi refasaj lo Kive
8'Tetar' -Melon blanket authority Jli
refund! or the allied debt. He declar
ed Germany already , owes JlMII.OOO,
0i0 for the army of oi;Tallon and
will not pay until other country obll.
Ifationa Jff discharsed. The. l'nitel
Htatts Is now pnyilKt a million month
ly for the upkeep of the Rhine army,
Johmton declared, aysertinK it is "time
the troops are brouhi home. He aaid
the I'nited Hate was ipptin:. ftie
shoK end on the money the European
nations owe, while we nvc urt-n
careful to py our obliKatioiis, inlud
Inir money to Great Jiritain expended
for transport of our troops to Jh"j
fighting zone.
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CAUSES LOSS OF LIFE
MILAN. Auu. 13. (I. N. B.) Two
hundred fifty jwrwrnn were drowned
by the biirntiriR of the srjo dnni hear
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