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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 27, 1021.
Frying Pan Solves Love's Problem
Children, 10c Adults. 35c
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-CXLVZARD Uk. OI CAVIE,
Marie Prevox!. who Is Nan Rtrtledr la the photoplay "Moonlight
Follies," had ft hs-d time deciding whether to marry tht languid Rene
w the rough anu ready Tony until tony carried her a,waj,to a camp
la the wouus and nai't her cook hU brtakfast bacon.
1 REALTY TRANSFERS jl
I M 81AL STOIIV ! MAIK
1XTO rNKJTE FIIOIHXTION
W. J. Kelly to John Huber, J3W0.
mele and bound tract in NV 1-4 Sec.
J3, Tp. 5. N. R. 86.
John B. Switaler to George Canep,
lino. Lot 3, Block 21, Cmatilla.
C. H. Nelson to Frank I SnyOer.
Scarcely one out of each ten thou-jJ1- 1 and South 13 feet of Lot
rand book published in the nineteenth '-. block 5, Weston,
t-ntruv is read or remembered by the I Frank L. Snyder to Mary E. Fuller,
present generation, but those that haveJl'. 1 1 and south 13 feet of lot 2,
retained Hheir popularity are mor., block 5, Weston.
Henry KoepKe to i-jrnest ana rTea-
firnlly fixed in the affections of the
public than any recent publication can
te. Time either effaces memories of
1-ooka or hallows them. For this rea
son, stories that have stood the test
of time are assured of extraordinary
prmilarity when put into motion pic
tures. Until now. the work which stands
eichth in popularity among all the
books in the world, after more than
forty years, had not been visualized.
There, seemed to be almost insur
mountable difficulties in the way.
These hav? been triumphantly over
come by Vitagraph, however, and
Anna Sewell's " Rlack Beauty," the
famous "Autobiography of a Horse,"
n ill be-nhown at the Rivoli theater to-
The complete story of Black Beau
ty, - Oineer, ' Merryless, Sir Oliver,
Puchess and the other equine charac
ters, as written by Anna Sewell in the
early seventies, has been faithfully
told in pictures, together with a thril
ling story or the lives of Black Beau-
Ty a human friends and acquaintances.
erxk Koepke. trutee, Jl. J5W 1-4
Sec. 2S, E 1-2 SE 1-4 and N"W 1-4 SE
1-4, Sec. 29, and Lot 7, Sec. 29 and
Lota 4 and a Sec. 32. Tp. 4, X. R. 35.
R. E. Mills to Virginia Stewart,
J2Q0. Mete and bound tract in NW
1-4 Sec. 23. Tp. 4, X. R. SJ,
W. L. Spegal to Perham Fruit Co.,
$2500, mete and bound tract in blcck
9, North Milton.
J. F. Slover to Terham Fruit Co.,
Ifcl.Of. Lot 24, Block 9, Wright's Add.
Nettie Leahy to L. X. Fondren, J3,
000. tx)ts 3 and 4, block 1. North Mil
Craig Tull to J. H. Lenbach, $12,000.
Mete and-bound tracts in Sec. 30, Tp.
6, N. R. 35.
AI.TA TODAY I
liAitn work is rincK of !
SI K F.SS SAYS SUX OWEX .
A wide-eyed, winsome blond girl
faced I). W. Griffith not so long ago,
4nd uhked for a try-out on the screen.
"Oh, you'll nerer do for the screen,"
that director said, "you are too calm
and have no emotion apparently."
, ' Well, Mr. Griffith,' answered Seena
Owen, bravely, "if you think I'm calm
you Just ought to see the way my
heart's fluttering, for I am scared to
death you won't take me."
And that was the winning card, for
it was ample evidence of her acting
: quality. This same quality has been
developed consistently in each of that
pretty young woman's screwn appear
ances, until it has reached its zenith in
her latest undertaking, the leading role
of Cosmopolitan's new production,
i "The Woman Ood Changed," which
will be shown at the Alta theatre to
"Of course, there are many ways to
ret on the screen," Miss Owen averred
one morning on the studio floor, still
breMthlem from the exertion of one of
her hi scenes, "but there is only one
way to stay. I mean hard work, men
tal and physical. Work while you're
on the set, whether in a small part or
an extra role. Watch your director,
ftudy his every puriK'se. When you're
not in the scene don't fso off for a nap
or a bite to eat, but sit aM close up as
jioesible and kep your eyes and ears
Open and your brain operating. There
is alwnys more, and yet more, to be
learned about the film game for every
one In It.
K. K. Lincoln, a well known player, i
i leading man In "The Woman God
Changed." The support Is excellent.
AXTI-ItKXT LAW FAILS.
ST. LOUIS Mo., Sept. 27. (I. X. S.)
minuters here are still struggling
against the iron hand of hard-hearted
landlords, following failure of the leg
islature to pass an anti-rent-profiteering
measure fostered by St. Louis
There have been no sudden In
crease in rents generally during the
past few montlis, Cue to a campaign
for lower rents conducted through one
of the leading afternoon newspapers
here. Hundreds of letters from rent-
er3 were printed by the newspaper as
propaganda in favor of the rent bill,
which met defeat in the general as
sembly following a stormy debate.
From available reports it is learned
that thero is no scarcity of apart
monta. This, It is believed, has a
tendency to keep rents down.
24y2 Million Dollars
Invested by Employes
of Swift & Company
More than 21,000 employes of
Swift & Company own or are pay
ing for shares in the business. These
men and women have attested
their faith in the integrity and good
will of the company by investing
their savings in the business.
Their holdings represent a
total of nearly 250,000 shares, the
par value ($100 a share) of which
is more than $24,500,000.
These 21,000 represent more
than one-third of our average
number of employes I
One man out of every three, in ;
plant, office, and branch house,
from the handworker on the floor
to the brain worker at the desk;
working with us as well as for us,
devoting himself to his own busi
ness while devoting himself to ours;
promoting his own interests in
every motion or moment saved, in
every product improved or main- .
tained at perfection, in every service
rendered through prompt,thorough
effective distribution of products.
This interested, eager group of
fellow partners working with us for
the good of Swift & Company and
the public which we serve, consti
tutes one-half of the ownership of
Swift & Company in point of num
bers, and nearly one-sixth in point
of shares outstanding.
It represents practical and suc
cessful progress toward the end at
which enlightened modern industry
is aiming for the solution of indus
trial problems toward cooperation,
mutuality, brotherhood in busi
ness, for the good of all
Swift & Company, U. S. A.
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The End of AH and the Be-' -"
ginnmg. ' "' "; :,) ,",V , ' it
Wat Anna Jansien , juatified 'J
in slaying her common law hu- ''
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The Dsvcholoev of love on an
island in the tropics is explain-
ed in "The Woman
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HALLROCM BOYS IN "A CIRCUS HERO"
"Cold in,the Head
is an acute attack of Nasal Catarrh.
Those subject to treount "colds in uie
head" will tind that the use of HALL S
MUlLt Wlil DUlid UP IDE
feystern, cleanse the Blood and rendei
tbem less liable to colds. Repeated at
tacks of Acute Catarrh may lead to
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE if
taken Internally and acta throueh the
Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the Sys
tem, thus reducing the inflammation and
restoring normal conditions.
All Druggists. Circulars tree.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. Ohio.
Take the Whole Family to see
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UP IN WEST VIGINIA
FJATWWWH W. V.. 8ept. 27.
tl. N. H. ) A new terror has sprung
up In th West Virginia mountains to
K' the iiKHiiisliiiu'rs uueaHV.
II. Teti fiito the only terror lias been
trovidix1 ly the pttihihition nfoinic
nwtit liiidetn, state and federal. Now
it 1,1 (he till raider, who flip In when
lin y Know the prolnhltlon officers ure
tt0t in (he nriiiliborhood,
These will ninrnudi-rs carefully
wli Uio TrotHinh'.nerK nt their wor
unit hs soon mm (lie latter lock tip and
!"vi tlt raiders auojik in on. I steal
ih hiske. , Komol imes lliey do ntl
find whUkey, In which evoirt thi-r t ike
the w(ill and the m.-ith alona with them
i4 I in loll the job at their own leis
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THRILLS - PERILS J
HOLDMAN - DAY
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THE MASTER PICTURE FROM A FAMOUS CLASSIC
The Story Has Thrilled Millions
The Film Is Better Than the Book
, Many Spectacular Scenes
Heads an All-Star Cast Under Direction of
Biff Storm. Sensational Race, Thrilling Fire, Part of
This Mammoth Production.
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HENRI C. LE BEL, MASTER ORGANIST