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OAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1918.
EIGHT PAGE!? -1 it. Ns?egp Am. PAGE FOUR is in iNfeto its lii if iK 41 iJi. f I n u fl 1 n - i e - 2 '.v r , mmmmmmmmm 1,'! if V "v 1 T If ft- " 'f ' Ml s,i 4 1- $ X -J f? v. tf J 9 rvM hI 1'' XL 'S fll 'lie iiinl-iim in HonlafAn J I W II H ill H liB li 1 IH BiH B n til I If IHlllil Hi UHE U H1H Bl B HH I If HI X ii luiiiiu mi a mfiiiiuLuii Come Sunday Afternoon There Will 7 Be "jf Biff Crowd Sunday Night " THE PASTIME is going to be from now on Tendleton's most exclusive feature house. If you contemplate going to a movie Sunday or Monday make it point to see J. Stuart Blackston's "MISSING." A love that passeth all understanding kept green the memory of the man regarded "MISSING." The seductive strains of "Bonnie Sweet Bessie" reclaimed him. The cast includes Thomas Meigran, Robert Gordon, Sylvia B reamer and Ola Humphrey. TAKE OUR ADVICE, SEE "MISSING," YOU WILL NOT REGRET IT! UNIVERSAL NEW S WEEKLY LATE WAR NEWS. irt) a o JL JL JLVil JlLJ CHILDREN 10c ADULTS 23c Casualty List. Killed, Joe Brown. Lieutenant George Surralt. Wounded 2 AT THE THEATERS AI-T. SIXnAV Al JIOXDAY lU-rt I.ytHI H Known A4 "Athletic War. For real thrilling, exciting' adven ture. "No Man's 1.3 nd." a r-w ie tro May. tarring the popular actor, B-rt L-ytell, whfch will be seen at the Ala theater nn ftvnday, would be im )Ki)ie to duplfcate. ThU is a pcj'-(-ti -.erKfon of the novel of thai :n c hy the famous anthir jf ac vnturouw fictt'ion, lui Joseph Vane. -- Mr. Kytell. vrwvA that he is well railed "the athletic actor." In this I'i-ture he rescuer a man from down ir.jf. fU'htB 'lerman Kallors by the score, wrests a (run Irom a would-be Mtlcide. blown up an enemy raider u jt h a, cleverly cnc-a led tKnl and la.t but not lf-aKt rencues th beauti ful lady from the hands of 2eperate tjK'n. To d all thee votuntu" calls for h'ntnff Tiiuscles and a Kuppl liody In! inrfect training, an it In not done In, kWw. but must be real to appear j convincing on the screen- It i the i t rt of part Mr. Lytell revejs in and AT THE THEATERS. PASTIME Ml!?.' ALTA No Man's land and Vaudeville. COSY The Empty Cab. he haa put his entire heart into the work, making a production that is re markable in fts reality. COSY Sunday Monday Franklin FARHUCI "THE EMPTY CAB" TJie Biff Laughing: Success The most mysterious i Play of the Year. Lo e. Counterfeiters, Detectives. i i In Addition BRAY CARTOON Children 5ct Adults 20c COSY Kl'XDAY AJ MOXDAY. Cub IJlortT Makes a Sk-hp; Fa mum In Xe4 Klurfiird.i 'The Empty b, HaM Muc Kntci-taininx Kolei Pranklyn Farnum will be ceen as an embryonic Journalist in hLsiewest Ittuebird production riSade under the direction of Doujtlas OerrarJ and re leased at the Cosy thnater on Sunday under the title of Tbe Empty Cab." F. McGraw AVilJU wnte the story and scenario. The Empty Cab concern a young society man with a rich father, who when remittances frll short, breaks 'into the newspaper fame on his dad's Faper. . His first itHiugnment is the expose of a ranjr of notorious coun trfelters, and the sidventurrs he has while gathering lnta concerning their nefarious activities, makes a rattling KMi htory with mi3 a-mlnue action, There Is a grl fn the cae, who supplicfi a woalth of romance and a log Hurprfse. finish that should carry photoplay v udicnecs off their feet. Kileen ler(-y. formerly leading worn s with Iioclas Fa:rb:inks, pla.yn tn principal feminine rob. ne of th- sets bnitt for the produc tion is h replica of the editorial rooms, f the Is Anc-les Fxamlner. and the interior workings of modern rmtrormli tan Journa lini are realistic ally plcttfred. younger sister, however, marries an army officer and after his departure for the front, she is thrown in con tact with a patriotic nobleman throim whose philanthroph thousands of ISritlFh convalescent troops are be ing cared for. The elder sister encourage- their meetings and secretly nourishes the hope that the Untenant may be kill ed and her site4" eventually be mar ried to the rich nobleman The lieu tenant is reported as missing but re tnrns after having been severely wounded in an engagement and he loses his speech and memory through i shock. His health is finally restored I by his wife, who sings to mm - iton- f nio Sweet Bessie,' a song they san 1 together during their courting days. The play Is filled with action and is in every way calculated to make ! deep impression upon the spectator. ; In the all-?tar cast are such stars a Thomas MelKhan, Robert Gordon, I Winter Hall. Sylvia Heanu-r, Oia ! Humphrev, Mollv McConnoll and I Kathlyn f .'Connor. This splendid photoplay will be presented at the Pastime theater Sun day and Monday and an adequate ' presentation Is assured. A IT rm a 1J 1 P TfAI I ; SI u V-U lA v. iliarruHir JrMt"pluy of I,ne iimj lir i Itlwkton's f tiliMf." A Charming photoplay of love ana r. cmb.ning all the elements of fru;njttlc ilirlll and dep heart appeal i ?IiwiTic. the newf photoplay prrd uced under the d trect Ion of j Stuart l:?Hcklim. from a ptenarlo made ,y Mr. I'tirkton and Jamei Vf unr. Mis.-ing" i in many r- p cts-, nn all-fiar prolriction. and it t-r the mowt notatle prodiicHl Mr. Ilfcirkton ince his arrival In all f,orn Iji. In this phocftoplnv appear to siKi-m. one f them a deniRnlnfc woman, who craven social iMmltion and wenJth. and who seeks to mil ixe her fi(trc as a tool for t he a-; complbthjiicnt cf her purpose. Thi THE HOUSE OF QUALITY. CHILDREN 10c ADULTS 30c THE ROMANCE OF A STRONG MAN AND A BRAVE GIRL. B ert ytel' AND ANNA Q. NILSSON IN BERT L Y T E L I ALT. SIMAY ASO JIOXDAT Adventurous and Thrilling, Replete With Excitement, a Breath of the Tropics. IN ADDITION Official U. S. ' War Film Presented by Committee on Public Information. George Creel, Chairman. VAUDEVILLE ROBERTS & MAITLAND The Gabby Guy and the Rubber Girl, Comedy, Singing, Talk ing, Dancing. O'SHEA & EVANS Sense and Nonsense. ALTA AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA. C. O. Breach, Director. wis 1 ""?fs