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DAILY EAST ORF.OONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING. SEPTEMBFF 3, 1021.
Vo Ho! For Sailor George!
SILK STOCKING FAMiNE
IS FELT IN THE SOUTH
FRIDAY2d SATURDAY, 3d
JcsecXLaslcy presents (
n T-x .1
at ; 1
Palling heir to a fortune, he
graduated from burglary into
society. And met the girl
whose photograph he had car
ried out of a second story -window,
which started something
in Paris that the Apache under
world tried to finish.
love and deviltry.-dash and
danger. Tou'll say the good
Luck Star has done it again.
BRAY EDUCATIONAL AND COMEDY CARTOONS
ADMISSIOxN Adult j, 35c; Children, 10c
.A ? '? S,"
A worthy seaman is Geqige, King of England. The royal yacht
-Srittania competed in the races at Cowes and the king pitched in with
ihe stalwart seumon to hoist the mainsail, ihere.uy proviii his ritfht to
wor ih saU-x-a cau.
FANCY ARniCKI.E A SUHGEOX!
IT IS TO UVVGII!
WHY GO FAST TO STVDY MVSIC?
DAVID CAMPBELL, Director.
Offers Complete Cmirr in riano. 'otw. Violin, Violijiccllo,
Theory of Music and Danniatic Art.
Dunning System for Beginners, a Specialty.
COMPETES T FACl XTY EXCTIXEXT LOCATION COMPLETE
' EQL'II'MEX T.
FALL TERM OPENS SEPTEMBER 12
For Particulars Address Registrar, ,654 Everett StreeU
Can you imagine Roscoe (Fatty)
Arbuckle as a famous surgeon? Well,
that's what he is in "Crazy to Marry,'
his new Paramount five reel comedy
which comes to the Arcade Theatre
Sunday. The picture, directed by
James Cruze, is based on an original
story by Frank Condon and was
rcenarized hy Walter Woods, who
wrote the continuity for several of Mr.
Arbuckle'a previous pictures.
While they were taking the scenes
In a clinic, the effect was most re
markable because all the doctors, as
sistants interes, nurses, etc., were
clad in pink aprons and caps. Tffis
was because pink makes a whiter col
or on the screen than white itself.
Sometimes yellow or light blue is used
The effect was ludicrous In the ex
treme, however. Someone observed
that Fatty would be great in an ope
rating room because if the ether had
the effect of making the patient tem
porarily wild, he could hold him down
Lila Lee is leading woman, and one
of the stirring figures in the cast Is
Bull Montana, who is well known to
THREE-QUARTERS OF A TON OF
COMEDY IX KT1IKL CLAY
TON'S SEPPOKT IX SlVVf
That Paramount pictures arc living
up to their slogan "cfever stars in
Arcade TBeatr e
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
THE PARAMOUNT MAGAZINE
Educational and Entertaining
I PRONOUNCE YOU
Hut the bride hud el
oped, because Fatty
forgot it was his wed
ding day. Then he
married thev wrong
girl. And" before
things got straightened
If you fhink getting
married is no laughing
matter, come on and
chunge your mind.
Cast IiK'liulcs '
lila i.i ;i;
. .. CHILDREN 10c ;
ADMISSION- A D ULTS 33c
good stories with perfect supporting
casts," is proved by "Shnm," an Ethel
Clayton stellar vehicle which opens a
the Aita theatre for two days begin
ning Sunday. '
"It has been some time," said Man
ager Guy Matlock of the playhouse in
discussing the forthcoming feature to
day, "since I have been able to afford
my patrons such a remarkable enter
tainment combination as "Sham." To
say that the play written by Elmer
Harris and Geraldine Bonner is a good
starter as both are famous and suc
cessful playwrights. And the star,
Ethel Clayton, is again a queen of
comediennes as a 'gentle grafter' who
'forgets- to pay her bills and gets In no
end of trouble ns a consequence.
"Rounding oiit this excellent film
is a really remarkable cast. Walter
Hiers is comical as usual as a fat,
wealthy and disappointed lover.
Theodore Roberts Is a bluff and hearty
old millionaire while Sylvia Ashton
and Helen Dunbar who have appeared
in counUess "mother" roles are splen
did as the selfish aunts of the debt-rld-ren
Katherine. Other players of equal
merit include Carrie Clark Ward, Ar
thur Carewe, Clyde Fillmore and Eu
nice Hurnham. From start to finish
'Sham' is well-rounded and complete
to the most Inconspicuous "extra."
It is an entertainment of exceptional
SEE OLE THE SWEDE AXD LAVGII
A good hearty laugh is worth a
great deal, these strenuous times go
If you want to enjoy not one, but many
of them don't fail to see Ole The
Swede, which comes to the Alta The
atre for one night Tuesday September
6. From start to finish you can enjoy
Ole The Swede, for it is filled with
luughahle situations, funny sayings,
and real thrill climaxes.
An excellent plot keeps up the In
terest through the entire three acts
and there is not a duH moment in the
"whole play. Np touch of farce comedy
or problem play about Ole The Swede,
on the untrary it is a sweet, clean
story, made lntenjely funny by the
quaint speeches and blunders of an
Ole at the start of the play is very
green, but as the story progresses he
becomes more and more enlightened,
though he never loses his honesty or
good nature. ' '
Dave Williams who plays the part of
kOle Is well, known to the laughter lov
ing public as a comedian of more than
ordinary ability, and to see him'ln the
title role is a guarantee of good com
edy. The supporting cast Is excellent
end their combined 'effort make a
most enjoyable performance.
u.-. iha latent tlilne for those
who watch tho ponies run. The lens
of Ihe small field glasses are adjusted
to the eye In-the same way ofdinary
ri. lH Rlnsses are. Your band (toeen'l
tit v buUung lilfcJMV
SAVANNAH. Oa., Bopt. S. (I. N.
S.) -With a high' demand for only
tho best, the women of this city are
today facing the greatest shortage of
silk stockings In local history, ac
cording to merchants, who claim
strike conditions In the north mako
it Impossible to secure enough silk
hose to niuet the Incroaslng demand.
Merchants say the women do not
care for cotton or lisle thread, but de
mand full-fashioned Ulk. They claim
the mock fashion hose will not do be
cause of baggy qualities encountered
about the calf. -
The shortage particularly applies to
white hose. Local women do not fa
vor the half hose. It Is claimed.
If the' earth developed a new motion
all the seasons would change, as the
latter depend on the earth's distance
from the un and whether the sun r
rays fall vertically or obliquely.
To soften a paintbrush on which
paint has been allowed to dry, heat
vinegar to boiling point and allow the
Irtish to simmer In it for a few mo
ments. Then wash well In strong soapsuds.
Bangkok, the capital of Sinm. Is a
floating city, containing 70,000 houses,
each of' which floats oma raft of
THE SHOE THAT
HOLDS ITS SHAPE
Vhen you purchase
a pair of
W. L. Douglas Shoes t
you are getting the
best shoe value for
- the price that money
J can buy. 9 f
. For Sale by
737 Main SU
FRIDAY, 2d SATURDAY, 3d
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"The Last Door
AN EXCITING ADVENTURE OF THE UPPER AND
UNDER WORLD. -
They were clamoring at the door. . She foundher way
to safety by the hidden-stair case. Her way out was a
dive into the fountain, but not to death. And so. ended
their budding romance.
COMEDY FATTY ARBUCKLE
In a Big Two-Reel Comedy ..-i
AdmUsion, 35c Children, 10c
ONE DAY ONLY
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6
The Laughing' Success in 3 Acts
NOT A MOVING PICTURE
Doors Open at 7:30
Curtain at 8:15 sharp
Seats on Sale at the Peoples
SUNDAY . , ,
' , I
: '. IN
Tho stirring story of
a' woman, with a num
; ber Instead of a name.
A ' great , drama of
treacheiy and team
; A Lvely comedy full
ClLldrcn, So '
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
1 'r f ffi'dz-
Jesse L. Lasky
r " i
' -' Vis
B:ciety kisses of false friendship!
Idle show of wealth and culture!
Snobs! Climbers! Toadies! Such
was her world.
A world which she hated for Its
holowness and loved for Its cease
Then came the crash the great
awakening and at last she found
A beauty picture that plays on the
heartstrings of life.
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iiiiiiMluri i ii Tun n f '
COMEDY "THE BELL BOY"-Before he finishes his job he is some Bell Hop.
ADMISSION ADULTS, 35c CHILDREN 10c