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THE DAL'LEi WEEKLY CHRONICL SATURDAY, APRIL SO, 1021.
study, Thursday evening, 8 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl C. Walker, minis
ters. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Sweek of Hepp.
ner are visiting in The Dalles.
Alex Johnson of Fossil is at Hotel
Bam B. Archer of Portland is a vis
itor In The Dalles.
A. E. Anderson of Heppner is a
guest at the Bank hotel.
"V- Pearson of Hood River is regis
tered at the Bank hotel.
F. R. Doyle of Hood River is at
tending to business matters in The
L. P. Root and L. D. Fisher, both of
Mosler, were business visitors in The
!H .W .Arbury of Community Ser
vice has gone to Portland to spend
the week-end with his family.
Miss Virginia McPherson left today
for Portland, where she will spend the
week-end visiting with Mr. and Mrs.
H. W: Arbury. '
Dr. C. (L. Poley of' Moro is 'Visiting
with friends in this city today. C.
O. Galllgan -of Dufur is a visitor la
The Dalles today.
Ada Losh-Rose, who has been con
ferring with Mrs. Lulu'D. Crandall
regarding the Historical pageant, re
turned to her home in Portland yes
terday. TOMORROW AT
Chenowlth Orange hall.
Mrs. T. A. Brady of Spokane is the
house guest of Mrs. B. A. Amy.
H. R. Newport of Pendleton Is a
business visitor in The Dalles today.
N. C Rogers of Condon Is a guest at
Hotel Dalles, ?
Miss Mabel A. Bennett of Mosler Is
spending the week-end in The Dalles.-
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY
tteventh and Chso streets. Services
11 a. m. Sunday and 8 p. m. Wednes
day. Reading room maintained by the
society In room 607 First National
bank building Is open to the public
daily, except Sunday, from 8 a. m.
to 6 p. m.
Do Not Forgot
our big shoe sale, all next week. John
Wiernmark, opposite Bank hotel. 30
Brown's Dufur 8tage Time Table
Two round trips dally. Leave BanH
notol, 9 a. m. and 4 p. m. Leave Dufur
7:80 a. m. and l;.a tf
Dr. S. Burke Massey, dentist, First
National bank, rooms 307-308. Tele
phone main 3911. res. main 1691. 8tf
ST. PETER'S CHUKOH Third and
Lincoln streots. Morning services, 8
and 10:30. Evening services, 7:30. Al
tar society first Sunday of month. So
cial circle, first Thursday of month.
Young Peoples' club second and third
Mondays. Knights of Columbus, first
and third Mondays. Rev. P. J.
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Washington and Fifth streets. Morn
ing service, 11. Subject, "Life's Rul
ers." Evening service In the court
room at court house to stereoptlcon
pictures Illustrating medical work In
foreign lands. Sunday school at 10
o'clock. Tomorrow Is May Centenary
day. Epworth League service at 6:80
o'clock. Rev. W. H. iH. Forsyth, pastor.
ENGLISH LUTHERAN 'CHURCH
Union at Seventh. Hlblo school, 10.
Morning worship, 11. Theme of ser
mon, "The King's Key." Preludo,
(8tovens); solo, "Have Mercy, Lord,"
(Tostl) Mr. Fromling; offertory,
"Meditation," (Thayer) ; postludo,
(Plorson). Luther league devotional
meeting, 6:30, Miss Uoslno Grubu,
leader. Vespers, 7:30. Rev. W, I. Eck,
SALVATION ARMY Holiness
meeting, 11; Sunday school, 2:30;
Y. P. L., 6:15; Salvation meeting, at
8:00 p. m. Captain C. Nielsen, Lieu
tenant M. Lnngdon, officers In charge.
FREE METHODIST CHURCH
Thompson's addition school house,
tiunday school, 0:45. Preaching, 11.
Subject, "Results of Full Salvation."
Meeting for young peoplo at 6:30.
Evening Borvlces at 7:30. Prayer
meeting, Thursday, 7:30. Rev. E. N.
, ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHUIRCH
May 1, St. Philip's and St. James'
day. Church school, 9:45. Holy com
munion, 11. May 5, tho aHccnslon day.
Holy communion, 10. May 6, Friday,
evening service at 7:30, Rev. (J. G.
Morning sorvlco, 11. Subject, "The
Parting iPromlso." Evening sorvlco at
7:30. "Tho .Mill on tho Floss," a five
reel picture, illlblo school, 10. Chris
tlan Endeavor at 6:30. Rev. K.
CALVARY UAPTIST CHURCH
Communion sorvlco with short ad
dress, 11. All inombers urged to be
present. Hlblo school, 10 a. in. II,
P. U. at (i:30. Preaching, 7:30, Row
John L. llogue, pastor.
UNITED HRETHHEN CHURCH -Elm
ami G streots. Sunday school,
10. .Morning sorvlce, 11. Subjoct,
"Young Peoplo and Their Needs." Ju
nlor Christian Endeavor, 6. Interme
diate Christian Endeavor, 6:30. Even
ing service. 7:30. Program of vocal
and instrumental music, readings and
an address by P. K. Ahruhamson.
Prayer meeting Thursday, 7:45, Rev,
(j. l. Hartinan, pastor,
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH -Hlblo
Hohool, 10. Evangellrt Carroll C.
Roberts of Portland will speak at boln
morning and evening services. Morn
ing sorvlco, 11. Thome, "Union With
Christ." Anthem, "O, Jesus, With Thy
Church Abide," b choir. Chris i.u.
Endeavor, 6:30. littormodl-.uo Chris
tian Endeavor, 6:30. Evening sonieo
"7:30. Theme, "llonowed Religion"
Anthem, "Let Him In," by choir. Hlblo
SULPHUR IS BEST TO
CLEAR UP UGLY SKIN
Irritation and Breaking Out Often
Healed Over Night, Says
Any breaking out or skin irritation
on fare, nock or body is overcome
quickest by applying Mentho-Sul
phur, says a noted skin specialist
Because of Its genu destroying prop
ortlos. nothing has over been found
to take the place of this sulphur
preparation that Instantly brings
ease from tho itching, burning and
Mentho-Sulphur heals eczema right j
ud. leaving tho skin clear and,
mooth. It seldom falls to relievo 1 1
the torment or disfigurement. A
tittle Jar of Mentho-fiulphur may be 'I
Warned at any urug store, n is
aaed like cold cream.
"No God -No Sin
no Future Life"
had been their , creed
What was the answer from the other side?
Maurice Tourneur's tribute
"The most Interesting subject that has ever been
screened. The production of 'Earthbound' marks
a distinct advance in the art of mition pictures.
George Loane Tucker's statement
"There is a message in 'Earthbound' that the
wjde world is Neatly and deeply interested in.
1 sincerely nope that everyone who liked my
production of 'The Miracle Man' will go to see
Gouverneur Morris deeply moved
"That astounding drama which yesterday passed
with unutterable dignity before our astounded
eyes! Dignity, power, passion, drama my heart
almost stopped beating! No great work of art
has ever held me more spellbound."
Powerful Drama of the Unseen World
Two men built their lives on this creed:
"no God no Sin no Future Life!
It flung one headlong into the future he
scoffed at. It put the. other on trial for his life.
Then the murdered man came back from
his world of shadows. Back to his wife and.
the woman wh) had invited him to sin.
Passion still held him to the scenes of his
transgression. Even in death he could not es
cape. He was earthbound!
How far away are the dead? Is the spirit
held to earth by its desires? Is there growth
and progression even after the shadowy bar
rier has been crossed?
Men and women, everywhere, stirred by in
tense personal feeling, have been asking
"Does the personality change with death? How
long do the old interests go on?"
Basil King brings an intimate knowledge of
men and women, of their wants and needs, to
this great narrative. "Earthbound" deals .with
the emotional realities of men and women. It
is a remarkable lifting of that veil which stands
between this life and the next.
This production marks a new development
in the art of telling stories through the motion
picture. It is endowed with a power and human
poignancy that can be found in no other form
of art. No effort has been spared by the pro
ducer and the author to make "Earthbound"
a story of great significance and great beauty.
The year that it has taken in creation, began
a new era for the screen.
The Little House with the BIG Pictures
SUNDAY - MONDAY
FOUR PERFORMANCES DAILY