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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1018.
525 Main St. Free Delivery. Phone 640
Large Oranges, dozen 80c
Weston Mountain Netted Gem Spuds,
100 pounds . $1.75
'.' ',wv HONEY
In Comb 30c.
Quart Jars . . . 90c
1-2 Gallon Jars .... . ..... . . $1.75
Dark. 5 lb. can 60c, 10 lb. can $1.10
Light. 5 lb. can 65c; 10 lb. can $1.20
Bob White Soap, 4 bars .; 25c
Crystal White Soap, 4 bars 25c
Citrus Powder, 2 packages . ., 55c
Best Toilet Paper, 4 rolls 25c
MOTION PICTURE NEWS
What the Picture Theaters
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. Oh yes, there are
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The price is reason
( it Have It.
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Chinese Style. .' ' .
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Everything clean and up-to-date.
FIRST CLASS SERVICE
TEA 5c Package
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Mae ManJi Stars
Although she ha everything; to
make a girt happy, Elsie Dean la mis
erable because of her distrust of her
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Ki''lminer, jMaruu iww. " 11011
roturnii from scnool ana nnas nun
surrounded by objectionable people,
the Blrl cannot forifet the strange Ill
ness which overcame her mother and
resulted In her dea.th end the presence
then, as now, of a sinister Hindu In
the houne. Ostensibly a servant, Slma
dominate Marttn Row through the
hitter's weakness, for things , occult.
And there is Fanetle IJsbon.
: She Is a beautiful creature of
doubtful reputation whose desire la to
marry the wealthy man and get pos
sesHlon of the splendid pearls left by
Klsie's mother for the girl.
Prompted by her sweetheart, Elsie
asks Martin Ross for the treasures
and la delighted to receive them
promptly. At once Elsie and Billy
Gavin have the pearls appraised and
both are Bhocked to-learn that they
are of little value. Elsie Js sure that
she has been tricked and conceives a
plan that shall unmask Martin Itoss
and his questionable friends.
Arrayed In the costume of an Orl-j
ental sccress. Elsie awaits the cominis
of Fanette. who Is lured by Elsies;
stories of a wonderful fortune-teller. I
Fanette's Visit Is followed by a call
from Hosa, who la alarmed at whit
Elsie tells him about the Impending
fnte of the pearls.
He hurries to see If they are safe
and their hiding pluee Is revealed to
Fanetle, who shoots Ross when he at
tempts to regain possession of them.
Cunningly she fastens tho guilt on
I'lele's sweetheart and makes off with
Again Elsie has recourse to her
trick and under her skilful probing
Fanette discloses the hiding place.
Detectives seize her and bring Slma,
the Hindu, to justice as well.
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KWONG HONG LOW
118 Weft Alta St, IpMalrs, fhoue 433
'Tho Dancer Mark" Was Photograph-
ed Irt Sunny Florida.
When the admirers of beautiful
Elsie FergUBon. the famous Artcraft
stnr. see her In her newest photoplay.
"The Danger Mark," a plcturlzatlon of
Robert W. Chambers' celebrated novel
at the Pastime Sunday and Monday
they will see sorrie charming Florida
scenery, nearly every scene In the pic
ture having been photograpneq
One of the scenes of "The Danger
Mark" Is a garden partyand when this
vs being photographed In the garden
of la. splendid mansion at Mayport.
I'M., scores of society ilk prominent
i in New York suclery-'aiMl elsewhere,
took part therein. The costumes worn
jlit this picture represent a fortune,
i MIsk Ferguson will be seen In this
j picture as (ieralil Seagrave. a charm
; ing young society woman who has in
herited an Inordinate desire to drink
I from a dissipated ancestor. She Is
i wealthy and much courted, and when
HOUSE OF HATE
Pearl White and Antonio
Flashes in the Dark
ALSO EDDIE POLI IN "THE BULL'S EYE"
Coyotes of the Desert
These serials begin where we left off when the Flu
ban was jjlaced on the city.
- ALSO KEYSTONE COMEDY
"FLIRTING WITH THE MERMAIDS"
ADULTS 30c A
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her guardian. d;scovers that the girl .holding membershfp in the American
secretly Indulges her craving by eat- ; Protective League, are of the opinion
Ing sugar steeped In cologne, she in ; that, with the armistice signed, the
shocked and terrified. At a Louis ,need for their services has passed. In
XVI garden fete, fieraldine drinks view of the present situation this feel
champagno to excess, but she escepea Ing is indeed unfortunate because the
consequent disgrace when the man requirements of the moment are ur
who loves her carries her to her room gent and the need for organized effort
the other guests being quite unaware against espionage and propaganda is
of their young host's predicament. igreat."
Miss Ferguson portrays this difficult j Commissioner White la one of the
role with discretion, taste and skill, federal directors In Seattle of the
Her emotional scenes are described minute men division.
Federal officials In Seattle have re
ceived a letter from Chief Bielaskl of
the Bureau of Investigation, Depart
ment of Justice, at Washington, in
which he says there is now every rea-
His letter says
as being most artistic and they lend
much charm and Interest to a most
captivating story. The love Interest is
exceptionally strong and this Is per
haDi the chief charm of the Dhoto-
play. MU Ferguson is capably aup-i8011 for watchfulness.
ported by an excellent company. !m Part:
Keep Vp Wateti fulness,
MAY CARRY CASH 1 The need for the American Pro-
FOH VXOLE SAM tective League Is as great now as it
has been In the past and I am entire
ly satisfied that the need for this or
ganization will continue for some time
to come entirely without regard to the
progress of peace negotiations. The
tremendous niftcliincs which have been
'organized by the government for the
prosecution of this war cannot be
stopped abruptly and must continue to
operate for many- months under any
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The dirl who
cavr the truth
in a crystal
OFFICIAI, WAR REVIEW
Showing scenes of our boys
at the front before the ar
, misttce was signed.
Comedy Novelty, One Man Circus.
HELEN McCOMBS & THE EWART TWINS
- Two BojTs and a Dixie Girl.
Distinctive gifts can
only be found in dis
"Get a pleasing gift from the
ECONOMY DRUG CO.
This year we will add to our reputation for carry
ing: a Christmas selection of articles that cannot be
found elsewhere. Articles that need no apology and
leave no room for doubt as to the happiness they will
Big new stock now begin displayed, of
Dolls ' ' ;
Ivory Toilet Sets
Perfumes &L I
Imported Japanese 4ft , ,
Goods Club Card and Chip Sets. Phonographs.
Fine Boxed Candies; Vases; Smokers Sets of Every Description; Safety
Razors; Reed and Bamboo Baskets, Kodaks; Atomizers, in fact every
thing you would expect to find in a big city drug store.
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and man-tiiiif; tirdcrs
daily- . ... .
arc, exiKt'ted, Dnxr and G. O. Kelly. Mr. Tonkin ex
..fjpects all three to plead guilty.' Ya-
iterday was a busy day for the gaikie
.warden in running down the case, and
j he searched three separte houses to
' Tind rt he meat. : It is1 understood the
ideer was kilted about the middle of
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MACHINERY ORDERS EXPECTED Had Iht Meat. 1 ' ! .W ScIioH Clerk Eh-rted: '
WITH A3IEKICAV ARMY OF OC- Tom Wood was placed under arrest) T. A. Adktns has been reported t
CITATION. Nov. 30 Tim third army yesterday by George Tonkin, district ( the office of the county school super
Is Impatiently awaiting the word to game warden, charged with having intendent as the newly elected school
advancci toward Prussia. German deer meat in his possession. A simi- ) clerk for district No. 38 near Tou
witlulrawals arc nearing completion lar complaint was filed against Charles J mainder of the year. The schedule
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Houston, secretary of agriculture, ;
may succeed McAdoo who has resigned !
from tiie position aa secretary of the
treasury. Houston is a Mmsourian
STILL BE WATCHED
Danger of Foe Propaganda
as Great as Before
Special Pyralin Ivory
This year we have chosen a superfine collection of distinctive Ivory.
Every woman would be delighted to receive a piece or two for Christ--mas.
Start her a set this Christmas and add to it at your leisure.
Complete Set of IS Pieces, price $42.00
Complete Set of 17 Pieces, price $30.00
Complete Set of 9 Pieces, price $11.00
Complete Set of 8 Pieces, price . $8.00
Other Sets $7.30 to $42.50
Roll up Manicure Sets for Ladies or.Gentlemen $3.50
SEATTLE. Nov. 29. Declaring the1
need for protecting the army against
espionage and for watchfulness
against enemy propaganda to be as
great now as before th armistice was i j
signed on tho battlefield, federal of
ficers here issued a warning against
any relaxation of effort here.
I This view is expressed by Immigra
tion Commissioner Henry F. White,
W lit) now 1H nuiuiiis iiuimitruo v ci"-
my aliens, including largo numoers or , jvj
for' deportation, and by;
HAVE IT LAID AWAY TODAY. HOTEL ST. GEORGE BUILDING
Make it a point to walk by and see our windows.
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I'nited States Attorney Ilohert t . 3
Saunders. A llle stand been
taken In Washington. D. C both by -J
T. W. Grenory. l'niteI States attnr- pOx
ney general, and A. Ilruce Hielaski. K
chief of tho Hureal of InvestiKUtion of f,
the department of justice. X
I War IVrliMl Not Kndcd. J K
ARsistunt Attorney tleneral Iteames .
pointed out that all of the espionage JfJ
laws of niujor Importance are based
on the duration of the war. So tar fri
aa aliens and enemies of the govern- ;
ment are concenu'il, he declared the s
department of justice, as well as the
minute men, must and will act until : J.
the treaty of iieace has been ratified
nd the I'nited Stales no longer offi
tnlly la,at war.
"It has come to the attention of
this department, ' Tmmirratlon t'oni-
misMoner u Into said, "that numbers
Combs 60c to $1.50
Military-Brushes . . . $2.00 to $4.00
Cloth Brushes $3.00 to $5.00
Hat Brushes $2.25 to $3.50
Button Hooks 40c to $1.00
Hair Brushes $2.50 to $7.50
Hair Receivers 75c to $3.00
Powder Boxes 75c to $3.00
Mirrors $2.50 to $7.00
Picture Frames 50c to $5.00
Jewel Boxes $2.00 to $6.50
Glove Boxes $8.00
Handkerchief Boxes $7.50
Glove Stretchers $1.!)'J
Perfume Bottles : 50c to $3.00
Bud Vases $1.50 to $1.75
Candle Sticks $1.75
Talcum Holders $1.25 to $2.25
Tooth Brush Holders. 50c. to $1.00
Trays 40c to $5.00
Fans . 75c
Nail Files '.'.50c to $1.00
Button Hooks i 50c to .$1.00
Shoe Horns '50c to $1.50
Cuticle Knives 50c to $1.00
Cuticle Scissors $1.00 to $1.50
Buffers . $1.00 to $2.25
Special discount of 10 per cent given on all Ivory Tuesday and Wednesday
Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention
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