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DAILY EAST OfcEGONIAN, PENDLETON. OREGON," . MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 12, 1921.
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STRAW HATS ARE MUCH ' iDRiyjNG WITH WOMAN
Children, 5c Adults, 20c
FAVORED IN ZERO LAKD
Mlt H SMAY AND MONDAY
AftTIWT UAK tKlHTI! THOMAS
A (t lllosfrxtor who refuses to
draw pictures for ,ht Bhe nils a
perfectly absurd Mory, Wanda Haw
lei lve a delishlful tmperannation
In her current release. "A Kif In
Time." The story which tnrnra her
contempt, (li'Mlo with a rapid-fire woo
In which takes place' in one day.
When the auihor of the story learn
Ihet the Illustrator hu called hi plot
Impossible, he sets himself the lank f
convincing her thst such a thing could
happen by nmklnif It happen to her!
fC pourw, he succeeds In winoinjr his
Wrer with himself nd the girl to
hoot. T. 1!"V r.nrnes handles this role
with frreat skill. Walter Hlers also
appenrs In the supporting cast.
A Kiss In Time" opens Sunday as
the Alia Thcatrj.
Rupert Iluuhea has done It. afraln.
His "Scratch My liack" and "Hold
Your Horses has a' successor that,"
surpasses even these delightful come
dies. It Is "The Old Nest," a film
version of the author's story that ap
peared in the Saturday Evening Post,
now on view at the Rivoli Theatre. It
Is the photoplay of the year.
"The Old Nesl" ka a series of dra
matic episodes that reveal the life of
an American family. The theme is
mother love, and the audience is privi
leged to look into tho home and into
tli hearts of a typical family. AU the
little) Joys and sorrows that every one
of remembers are flashed on the
screen, and bring tears and laughter
in aulclc succession.
In the story, the mother lives to see
her family of six children gradually
drift away from the old home, lint
In the end, they remember the old nest
and come home to foost. There is na
plot, any more than there is a plot
In life itself. Things happen, no one
know why and no one questions. A
reproduction of life is "The Old Nest."
The picture, which was directed by
Reginald Karker, was made at the
lioldwyn studios. It w;is perfectly
acted by a cast with, Mary Alden in
the role of the old mother. Some of
the other players are DwiRht Critten
den. IJelen cWlwiek, Molly Malone,
the three children who acted iu tho
Hooth Tharkinsrton "Edgar" comedies,
Johnny Jones, Lucille Kicksen and
Ruddy Messenger; Louise Lovely, Nick
OoRley, Millie Cotton. Fanny Stoek
bridee and M. a ("Lefty") Flynn.
CAVE IS MYSTERiOUS
LEX I NO TON, Ky Sept. 12. (I. N.
S.) Practically the entire skeleton of
a -buffalo and a fragment of the lower
half of a human jaw have been dis
covered on the farm of Brack Smith,
eight miles from Lexington, on the
Frankfort Tike. The bones were
found in a small cave by Drs. A. M.
MtUer and W. D. Fuukheuser, of the
University of Kentucky.
Before makir.fr their find they trav
eled thirty or forty feet through a
small underground passage, which
gave no room for f urther excavation
Hoth scientists assert that the cave
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TUREa&rcfed by REGINALD BARKEB
. HIVOLl TODAY
LOS ANOKLKS. Sept. 12. (T. N
S.) In a sheltered Imy on the bleak I
shoreline of tho Straits of Magellan
members of a colony of naked I'ata
gonlans are wearing American straw
bats with the temperature hovering
below tho freezing point, according to
Captain K. A. Ahllu of the freighter
West Nols, id port hero with a cargo
ofcoffee and hides from South Amer
ican ports, .
' It was when the steamer stopped re-;
cently In a bay oo. the north shore of
the Straits of Magellan for favocaltle
weather conditions that a colony of
the nuked I'atagotiUvns came to the
ship in dugouts, CaptalntAhlln stated.
Despite the cjiill air and snow on the
ground, he said, men, women and chil
dren hain't a ntitch of apparel on
them, but didn't seem to- mind the
weather. , One woman sat hi a boat
half full ot water and nursed two ba
bies in the freezing atmosphere just
as if they were comfortably clothed.
Gifts of clothing were thrown to the
natives but these were spurned, AU
the visitors seemod to want was tobac
co. Finally the captain and members
of the crew dug up some Bti-aw hats
and tossed them overboard. These
were eagerly grabbed, and when t'
steamer left tho natives headed back
to shore garbed In straw hats.
showed no signs of having been en
tered by man and that, In their opin
ion, the bones antedate the discovery
Dr. Miller has recently returned
from Grayson County, where he found
an ancient rock-house, containing re
mains of Indians and a stone mortar
for grinding corn.
What's in a name? Everything!
Unique flavor appetizing crispness
substantial body all mean
"best com flakes
And. to avoid getting ordinary Corn Flakes, ask
for "Post Toastea" by nam Costa you no more. v
HAUTFQRD, Conn., Sept. 12.r-(l.
N. S. ) .Motorists who hug and jdrive
at tho niiino tinnj had bettor not try
the qxerclse in Connecticut 1 they
would avoid danger of arrest. An or
der fro"m"'tle Stale Motor VeliicUi
Commissioner puts.a twit ou the prac
tice of women sitting In the laps of
drivers and on one-arm driving.
The yhlcf Inspector already has
caused, the conviction In .the Berlin
Town Court ot HenryOroenlmrg, of
HartSii (l.'arretftcil while driving. with
ajivoniau In his lap. Th inspector
says that one-armed persons cannot
get drivers' licenses; persons with two
arms are expected to use them for tho
eafety of themselves and' the public. :
Oarsmen In the early days ot tlvj
Kngllsh University boat races rowed
in ton hats.
SEEKS WAR WITH U. S.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala.. Sept. 12. "I
am surprised that there la any serious
talk of a conflict between America and
Japan. Nippon is hardly In a condition
to finance a war, and there are cer
tainly no indications in that country
of preparations dr movement for any
trouble," said Morris Alder, local
financier, who has juat returned from
a ten weeks' tour of the Sunrise King
"Japan is giving much thought to
developing her manufacturing Indus
tries and general business. There Is
plenty of money in circulation, and I
was told that the banks carried a con
siderable balance. The merchants,
however, complained some of depre
ciation ot merchandise. ,
"The country could hardly raise
money for a war at this time. Europe
is impoverished and, so, could nrft ad
vance any. As we know, money Is a
vital factor when a country embarks
iwith the war god.
"I heard much talk of Japan's with
drawing her troops from Siberia; but
this, of course, was not official."
Mr. Adler visited Yokohamdj Tokio
and Yyota, in Japan, ana several larg
er cities of China. So far as could be
observed, feeling over the country is
not hostile to Americans, as has been
reported, he said.
POWEIt 6l T1IK PRESS
BUCYRt'S, Ohio, Isept. 12. (I. N.
Si) "Is this the news room?'1 imRiir
ed a man's voice over the telephone
in a local newspaper offce.
"It is," was the reply,
i "Well, say, do me a favor," said the
voice. "My wife and I are going to
Lakeside for a week, but don't publish
it because some one may break Into my
cellar during our absence and, steal my
The newspaperman passed up the
for more mm
DuJId Up'Your Blood
When you are listless and hav th
don't cares, 4t is becaus you lack
soma quality that would iill you
with vim and drive. Nine timea out
of tan tha Bole causa is found to be
. impoverished, weak blood. You
" wul find at thousands ot others
have found in the past 00 years,
that 8. S. S. is tlvi recognised
standard blood buUdnt - tonic.
Far Special Booklrl ot tutindi
viduuladvice, without chsr,
vtif Chml Mdk-l Advuui,
S.S.S. Co ,Jp't43S, Atlanta.Ln.
Cat 5. S. 5. t your dtut&iar.
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TIDE STEALS HER DRESS.
LONDON, Sept 12. The tide play
ed a mean trick on the senior mistress
of an exclusive girls' school at East
bourne. She stole away for a quiet
swim, undressed on the seashore and
paddled around for halt an hour.
When she emerged she discovered that
the tide had carried away all her
clothes but one flimsy garment. She
had to walk five miles in a broiling
sun, clad in a one-piece bathing suit
, , -in- ;
A Eiss in Time
HE HAD THE GOOpS
The first case of Bertie
Ballast, amateur detective,
was that of guarding a young
lady artist from the attention
i i t i
rf-iii'isi oi unuesiraDie maies...
So when Bertie saw a but-
cher boy approach Sheila's
studio on Friday, he knew .
' something was wrong. ,
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