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DAILY EAST, OREQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER SO, 1020.
"IjAst or Tins ihianw
WITH WliJJ VM 1
Those who lova to aw
Jarnnm In Western rhnrnrtor
(Corporation, never has Miss Thomas
looked more heanttrol an. I never was
she cost In a belter role tliun that of
'Tessa Loylo, one of the partners of
jthe lemiia aiul Doyle dancing "sls
jters.'' Tessa was high type of Shaw girl
.straight, sweet and clean.. When Rod
ney Dolsnn saw her ho Immediately
"il Arcade Theutro beginning today, when
William ho will lie shown in his latent F
roles' photodrama. "The Last of the ItuaiW
The Joy Of A
IYt'' retted Sskin
I xJi7 J y.,.Know the joy nd
I J mji , f happiness thst comes
Vf to on thru possessing
fl kin of Puriy "d
beauty, i ht soft, dis
tinguished eppesranae it
renders brines out vour
natural beauty to its full
est. In use over 70 vr ars.
r "i-wwi 1111 wfm amy wygMsw1 nw j i wwil
i will have another opportunity at thei111''1'"' "lat 8he wns J"st 1110 B'1'1 '"
;iis irienu, muy swayne, to marry.
Hod had Impressed HIMy with the fact
that he must set married to spits
Mlllloent Lee, the girl to whom Hilly
had been engaged und who had Jlltod
him, so that she could not get out her
publicity first, ltod's idea was this:
Marry the girl, hund her a thousand
dollars and then give her a trip to
Billy a scion of one of New York's
oldest families, married tho girl, but
when he proceeded to give her the
thousand, he met trouble, Trlxie,
Tessa's astute little partner, had sixed
him up and come te tho conclusion
that he could afford to pay more.
Billy refuses to be blackmailed and
he and Kodncy abduct the girls and
take them to his yacht, which catches
fire the next day and the entire party
is forced to take to the life boats. They
n picturization of the popular novel by
"n urey. ltuck Duane becomes a
hunted man after he kills a cowboy
"who has repeatedly threatened his life.
He "lone wolfs it," keeping away
from civilisation and mixing with
bands of desperadoes until his meeting
with the girl whom ha rescues. He
sains a pardon thmugh her and by
running down a band of outlaws. The
picture is fraught with stirring Inci
dents and palpitating drama, accord
ing to report.
ALT A TOIVW OXLY
Beautiful Olive Thomas is seen at
the Alta Theatre this week In "The
Spite Bride," a drama of youthful im
pulse. produced by Selsnieh Pictures
are picked by a tramp steamer bound
for Cuba a couple of hours later. The
captain falls In love with Tessa, and
gives her a card to his mother in case
she ever needs a frlond. A year later
Tessa is knocked down by a truck and
the card is found In her purse, ilow
slio once more meets the captain and
Inter her husband and his mother,
brings this dolightful picture full of
thrills and action, to a happy but un
expected ending. Charles Uililyn "fll-
I'reeted and a fine supporting cast is
headed by Robert Ellis, who was lead
ing man In "I'pstuirs and Uowu," j
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EACH LOSER $1952.65
CHICAGO, Sept. SO. (A. IM
"FixiiiB" 'of the 1919 world's series
cost the players bribed and their in
nocent team mates as well an oppor
tunity to win 1, 952.65, the difference
between their losers' share ' of (3,254.
38 and the 5,27.(U paid each victo
Kight players were bribed, accord
ing to Cicotte and Jackson, the sums
paid them ranging from 15000 to 110,
000. Every one of the eight, it was
said, was getting a saiury in excess of
J5000 a year and some as high as
M0.000 or more. Cicotte testified his
salary was $10,000, Just the amount of
tho bribe he admitted taking. Jack
son, who got $5000 of the gamblers'
money, is said to have received a sal
ary in excess of $10,000 a year.
Mr. Comiskey was the heaviest fi
nancial loser In the transaction, how
ever. He estimated today that seven
of the eight players, excluding Oandll
who is not with the team this year,
had a cash value of $230,000 before
the expose of the series fixing. ,
MOSCOW, Ida., Sept. St. (A. f .)
Indian war dances are used by Coach
Thomas Kelley as part of the work of
training the University of Idaho foot
ball team here. Kelley says the dances
are fine for developing the legs.
In the dance, the squad forms two
long lines and the men extend their
arms -to full length. The coach gives
the command and the men Jig, lifting
their knees high and plowing up tho
soil with their clcated sboes.
Kelley, a former Chicago star. Is
putting his men through forty minutes
last work every day.
Montana Stato at Work
BOZEMAN", Mont., Sept, 30. (A.
P.) Montana State College's "Bob
cats, ' as the varsity football players
are called started practice September
23 for the 1820 season, which accord
ing to present plans, opens here Octo
ber 9 with a game against Montana
D. V. Graves, coach at Montana
State, recently camo here from the A.
& M. College of Texas where. In three
years of coaching, his teams were
scored upon but once. In two of the
years he returned full strings of vie
tories without having one point scored
against him men. Oraves is a grand
uate of the University of Missouri.
Want Western Officials
Members of the Southern California
Football Association have entered a
protest with the Pasadena Tourna
ment of Roses Committee against the
importation of outside officials for the
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Porou rubber , .
" What we have learned :
about tire troubles
Why porous rubber in ordinary tires breaks down quickly
It auickl weaken
''CEE how this trt
hoil" "The trei
tread is wearing
at this sand
boil" "The tread of this tire
Is all loose!" ,' These are the com
plaints that dealers have been hear
ing for years. , '
This is what you would bear if you were
, aclliug ordinary tires.
For years tire manu
facturers, large and
mall, nave been work
ing to overcome these
common tire troubles.
Yet until recently
the secret weakness of
rubber tires had not
Ordinary rubber is ,
porous it absorbs '
moisture grit, oil;
grease and other for
Ordinary rvu- I
roiu." A feu ' " 'X 1 'Z
fkrssfh i ligtl iniltfi-
. To oroduce a rubber that has not thes
weaknesses, two practical tire men and twov
research chemists spent months in laboratory
research and road tests. They discovered Cm
lide non-porous wttbbar eompounsf
which mliminat prtmmtur ttoubla:, t
Crolide sea s up the millions of small poreev
Mad with Crolide Compound, Thcrnwidl
tire ate from 50 to 100 tougher thaon
ordinary tires, yet they gain in resiliency. (
It was after comparing their value, point by
point, with 9 other makes that we became di '
tnbutora for Thermoid Crolide Compound
Tire for thi territory. .
Yon are invited to call and see these oer
Tire -also famous Crolide Compound tube.
Let us tell you why Thermoid Tire and pre
mature troubla and tira battar mi 11.
Write or ask for name and address of Lb I
Thermoid dealer who will supply jrouW
Court St. Pendleton, Oregon
1,'reatoa an appetite, aids digestion,
purifies the blood, and thus relieve
scrofula, catarrh, the pains and
ache of rheumatism ' and gives
strength to the whole system.
Nearly 60 years' phenomenal sales
tell the story of the great merit and
success of Hood's Sarsapariila. It
r 'ust the medicine you need now.'
Hood' Pills help fine cathartic
Kcho Auto Co., fcelio, OreRon.
Hcrmiston Auto Co., JlcrnilsUm, Oregon.
Macstrctti Wallace, Free water, Oregon.
SncU & IiCinon, Arlington,' Oregon; -
Minor & Co., Hcpnner, orciron. - , -i
l,..iKbtni & Oxner, I Grande, Oregon, "
ltr.w., Ilakcr, Orcgtm.
llogcr Mros., ljitcrpriae, Oregon. ..i . iH lg
non-oorouM rubber give axtrm
big ''cast vs. west" football game to be
played at Pasadena on New Years day.
In all previous matches whou Har
vard. Pennsylvania etc, met the best
coast football team,
come from eastern
Now the southern officials have taken
exception and seem to hae justice on
their side when they state that com
petent officials can be secured from
the football men of their section of the
country. They believe it is discourt
esy to those men in the south who
work faithfully throughout the season.
The southern men are broad In their
contention and have asked that at least
two of the officials be selected from
their own men, the other two to be
selected from wherever the Pasadena
Tournament of Roses Committee
thinks best. Besides having its merit
of rewarding competent south of Cali
fornia men, such a proposition will also
prove a big financial gain for the pro
moting committee. Seventy five
southern California officials have gone
on record as above. .
Football all along, the pacific slope
states looks to be In for its best year.
Next Saturday practically nil of the
big coast colleges will get Into com
petition for the first time this season
and a good line on the ability of the
all officials have I various teams will then have been
or other points. I found. More Inter-sectional competl
Tax . .
Tax , .
Frl. - Saturday
"The ILast of Tlie IDuiaiie
The closing word: The heights of motion picture possibility are reached in this red-blooded, virile drama of the West. ' J
EASILY THE GREATEST OF THE ZANE GREY. ROMANCES OF THE FIGHTING DAYS IN TEXAS. ' ,
llapid Fire Action!
For the Capture of Buck Duane
Dead or Alive!
lie .Never Drew First;
Put When lie Drew
It Meant Death!
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tlon is scheduled this season than ever
before. The colleges of Oregon, Wash
ington, Idaho and Nevada as well ai
colleges from all over California will
meet each other during the season In
what will be the most extensive Inter
state college series ever played. The
series of every university from the
Canadian to tho Mexican border will
be more closely followed this season
than ever before as on the final show-
tngs "will depend what coast college
team will play in the game at Pasa
dena January, this event now being
listed among the real classics of the
ON LABOR DAY BIG AID
TO SCHOOL SPORT FUND
MARSIIAIJ, Mich., Sept. 30. (A,
T ) When Jack Dempscy and Hilly
Miske stepped Into the ring for their
heavyweight championship contest at
Itenton Harbor, Mich., Lrfthor Oay, it
meant a baseball, a eatehcr'B mitt and
a football for ever country school in
j j Thomas w. nigger, chairman of the
nLHio auiieuu utmru, aiioouiieea ne
had received, a check for 12,000, from
Floyd Fitzsimmons promoter of the
contest, as the states share of the re
ceipts. The state, during the- first
year of legalized boxing and wrestl
lrg, received $74,900. This amount
will tie devoted to fostering school boy
1'ItfCB OF MJIJC IS CUT
CHIOAOQ, Sept. 29. (A. P.) A
large condensed -milk company today
announced' a 12 per cent price cut.
Fire Hall, owned by Parker, won the
4-furlong run for 2-year-olds, and
Oray's Favorite, owned y J. McFad
den, took tha flve-furlong run.
Stops Hair Coming Outj
Doubles Its Beauty.
A fenr cent buy "Danderln." Aft
er a nappllcation of "DaQdeiin ' you
can not find a fallen hair or any dan
druff, besides every hair show new
life, vigor, brightness, more color and
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STATE FAR EVENTS
SALEM, Or., Sept. 30. (A. P.)
Canadian horses took most honors at
the state fair Wednesday. The 2:08
puce, special event, and feature rac
state far week, was won by Main
1 1 Direct, owned by Fred Johnson of
I Calgary, and driven by McUirr. taking
all three heate and winning a purse of
iiOOO. Main Direct ran a wonderful
I final heat that brought tho 7000 people
lin the grandstand to their feet. Thai
pacer passed all the other four horses
I in the race In doing the mile. - Best
j time was- 2:06, which Is short of
the track record of 2:04 54 made by
I Lady Hal two years ago.
Lexel, owned by M. P. Pebree of
Centralis. WaHh.,' took first and third
I heats In the 2:14 trot, surrendering the
second to Lady Alation, owned by o.
L, Parker of Portland. Tha latter In
the second heat stepped the mile In
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"mm iJtAui e(iiMiieu uib tuna in
I the third. 1
In the 2.10 pace, Barondale, owned
I by w. It MeOirr of Calgary, won nil
j tUnee heats, liest lime in the second !
A, Spectacular Dra
ma of Modern
Billy West in
wa 2:07 H.