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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETOJT, OREGON, FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 1, 1020.
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AT THE THEATRES
TJiWT OF TltR IH'?SIS- . with the social twin at a swell imiM
WiTII WIMJVM FAHM M rfwrt To be in style, both secure
TDose who love to sra William (themselve "a rn ml !"" and gee Into all
rsraum in w estern character roles j sorts of humorous complication
win another opportunity at the hen they have at last extricated
Arcade Theatre beginning today, when i themselves from the mess, they decid
will tie shown In his latest Fox
lihotodrama, "The Last of the Ituanes"
a picturtxation of the popular novel by
Zans Orey. Buck Duane becomes a
hunted man after he kills a rosboj
ho has repeatedly threatened his life.
Ha "lone wolfs It," keeping" away
from civilisation and mixing with
1ands of desperadoes until his meeting
with the sir! whom he rescues. He
gain a pardon through her and by
running down a band, of outlaws. The
picture la fraught with stirring- Inci
dents and palpitating- drama, accord
Irf to report.
ALT A TOIWT "
IKr.A8 MT.KAX AND
DOIUS MAY STAINS IX
A SPAKkU.VU tIMIEDY
Doug-las afacUean and Doris May
will he the attraction at the Aita
Theatre today In their latest screen
medy. "Let'a Be Fashionable." This
picture is declared to be fully aa hilar
ious as the three previous releases of
these youthful co-stars, who have
roven extremely popular eerywhere.
"Let's Be fashionable Is the story
of a iroumr married pair with limited
means and their efforts to keep up
that It Is better to ba happy than to
Wade Boteler. Norris Johnson, and
Oeorge Webb are included In the sup
porting cast. The story is the work
of Mildred Considine and was adapt
ed for the screen by Luther Reed
Uoyd Ingrahm directed the picture for
1 nomas H. I nee. It is a paramount
Arte tart release.
Kepulate your stomach so yon caa
eat favorite foods without fear of
A few tablets of Pape's Ria pepsin
, eorreet acidity, thus regulating dipes
. tioa and givinr almost instant stom
I are relief. Large 60c ease drugstores.
. Adults 20c
A Spectacular Dra
ma of Modern
Billy West in
'East Oreeonian Special.)
UMAPINB. Oct. 1. On Thursday
noon of this week Mrs. Dan J. Kirk
served a dinner at her home to all
members of the Ladles' Aid and their
husbands and also friends who were
asked to attend. Mrs. Edith Van Deu
sen. county home demonstration agent
addressed the ladies and her subject
was hot hunche for the school chil
She also discussed matters which
she would like to take up with Ima
pine ladies. lrs. Van Deusen hopes
to secure an O. A. C. expert who wi
show bv demonstration the art of mak
ing- over old clothes into attractiv
C. E. Bimonds leaves Alaska for
Oregon on October 1. He will visit
friends at Umapine and then go to Ar
k ansae where It's daughter, Mrs. Dale
n iider. is now living.
Donald Kirk left for Salem fair on
Saturday as Umapine's representatlv
of the Boys' and Girls' Pig club. M
Kirk accompanied hizn on the trip.
Miss Rider of Corvallis visited with
Pauline Beck over Sunday after at
tending the ltoimd lp.
Charles Records is in Pendleton this
week on jury duty.
Mrs. JE. T ravers Jones and son Pau
were week-end visitors with Mrs
Jonas' parents, Mr. and Mrs. A- A
31 r. and Mrs. Hans Clodius were
guests at the Phillppi ranch one day
last week from their home in Poraer
Miss Nellie Ward Is housekeeper for
Mr. and Mrs. Kyle McDaniel, begin
nine her duties on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bacon have this
week purchased a find new Stephens
Salient Six automobile.
A student body meeting of high
school pupils was held Friday after
noon and olficers elected for the pres
ent term. A commission form of gov
'ernment .exist at school and the fol
lowing students were elected:
I Commissioner of public affairs.
Earle Peffley; commissioner of Fi-
nance, Mary Beck; commissioner of
(social affairs. Hatiie Allen; commis-
'soner of Improvements, Paul Jones
commissioner of a'.hletlcs. Lionel Le
j Roux. Joe -Records, former commis
sioner of public affairs, presided.
SREENS GO UP WHEN
YANKS PLAY INDIANS
ON CLEVELAND FIELD
I CLEVELAND, Oct. 1. (A. P.)
There is a little candy store on Lexing-
"They Work while you Sleep"
Do you feci all tangled up bilious,
constipated, headachy, nervous, full
of cold? Take Cascarets tonight for
your liver and bowels to straighten
you out by morning. Wake up with
head clear, stomach right, breath sweet
and feeling fine. - No griping, no In
convenienge Children love C'ascarets
too 19 25, 58 cents. :
t Arliilts' Mr
Total . . . 35c
Children . . 9c
Spur offers highest posiibfc quality at lowest
possible price. Its success proves that (
tlimAs a!!umj4s xmto tit lit hjzs
A new method of rolling makes
Spur burn slower between puffs.
Spur's good old tobacco taste
lasts longer. The crimped (not
pasted) seam does H.
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FIT AS A FIDDLE
H " ti y V. I 1 o . . go -Mt,
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Offers an unexcelled banking service to In
dividuals and corporations; transacts a
.general banking business and maintains,
special departments witfi facilities of the
highest character. ' v
Acts as administrator of estates, or as ex
ecutor or trustee under wills.
I Larson of Board maa wa elected,
pres.Uent, Capt. Dobly of Her mist on, j
vice president, and Itm Campbell of!
HermiRtnn epretHrv-treaf urtr. I
rsa'yrdorir worry the men
SttVM: iitv'. who wortema
if it. 'jr.!-?:
Walla Walla, Wash. r ,;;
Centrally located in the Farmers & Merchants
Bank Building, corner Second and Main.'
NEWLY REMODELED -:,
New furniture, rugs and beds. Rooms large
and airy. Hot water and baths. Catering to the
general public Entrance fn Second St. t .
ton Avenue here, just opposite the
Lag"TJe Park, the proprietor of which
believes in "safety first."
Every time the New York Amer
icans come to town the proprietor of
the store puts up heavy screens in
front of his windows. "Babe" Ruth
has broken three windows and one
window frame. When the New York
series ends down come the screens.
MPECUNI0US LOT OF
LAWYERS WIN DAMAGE
DECREE FOR CLIENT
control of the board of director, which
is composed of the director from each
district, Boardman, Irrigon, Umatilla,
Columbia, Hermlston, Butter Creek,
JBtanfleld, The Meadows and Kcho. A
PORTLAND, Ore.. Oct. 1. (U. P.)
Lawyers would be considered an im
pecunious lot If they were to be Judg
ed entirely by a scene in which they
recently participated in Circuit Judge
ucker's court here.
Attorney Henry McGinn was ar?u-
nj? the case of Florence Jtostad young
igh school g-lrl, who had sued the
ortland Railway, Light and Power
company fr damages.
McGinn wanted the use of a silver
dollar during his argument. He turn
ed attorney "Pike" Davis. "Let me
take a dollar. Pike.' he said.
Davis went into his trouser pockets
but he found no dollar. Then he tried
his vest and coat with the same re
sult. "Haven't got it, Judge," he fin
Gimme 4 dollar, Billfe," McGinn
said to attorney William H. -Farrell,
I so interested in the case. He had
no dollar. In desperation.. McGinn ap
pealed to attorney Frank, Longeran,
repreaentating the traction company.
Haying, "Will you let me have a dollar
Mr. Longergan?" After a search the
fatter produced four-bits. '"That's all
I got, Henry," he admitted. "No good"
snapped McGinn. ' But his eyes final
ly alighted on Lou Wagner, another
representative of the railway company
Wagner had a dollar. McGinn grab
"Gentlemen of the. jury," McGinn
commenced, holding aloft the dollar,
'this piece of money Is worth fifty
cents today' -
Take No Other
Don't SpoiF or Streak Material
in a Poor Dye
Each package of "Diamond Dyes'
contain directions so simple that any
woman can diamond-dye a new, rich,
fadeless cotor Into worn, shabby gar
ments, draperies, coverings, whether
wool, silk, linen, cotton or mixed goods'.
Buy "Diamond Dyes" no other
kind then perfect results are guar.
anteed even if you have never dyed
before. Druggist has color card.
DO YOU KNOW THAT YOU CAN
by having your Raw Fur made Into
at our place? At the same time your
old ones remodeled, repaired, cleaned
so they look like new. At prices that
are right. In
we mount anything from a fly to an
M. It. MOJlIt
Spokane, Wash. a Bernard St., SO.
write about our deer head contest.
Purs Kpedmrns ' - Fur Kult How
TI. . I 1T TL. f 99 it
"m mi oi m uuaiies
HAY RAISERS ORGANIZE
Kant Oregonian Special.)
BOAKDMAN', fct. 1. A perman
ent organir-atlon of the hay growers
I of Umatilla and Morrow counties was
effected Tuenday nlirht at HermlKton," j
under the name of The Columbia Bawin
Alfalfa CSro-wers Association. The ob-,
Ject of the association. is chiefly to pro
mote co-operation In marketing, grad- ,
Ing, standardisation, as well as in pro.
doction of - alfalfa. KHpecial atten- i
lion will be given to the needs of the
Western Oregon dairymen. A final
marketing contract is to be worked
up for presentation at the nnnual
siinir-r M ile the Vresewij
crop wijl be sold In pools under toe
A. C Koeppen & Bros.
The Drug Store That ttntu
v m present .
Let's Be Fashionable
"You isee, my dear, they tried to live
faster than. their speed limit. And when
they joined that er-r rather sporty set at
the Country Club, with its "kindred soul
"What! You haven't heard? Of that
flirty rich Bruce Grey and Evelyn? And
Henry's wild adventure with young Mrs.
Hammond? And that night on the island?
And the dog that treed poor innocent Henry
"My goodness, the whole town is lagh
ing! You simply must see "Let's Be Fash
ionable."; ; '
Hall Room Boys in a" Comedy
... THE MILLIONAIRE PAUPERS ...
"(Ufld llfKVP11A, ' .
Ilrnryl buck up!
THOMAS & ELANE DJIUXTON'S CANINE CIRCUS
Comedy SiiigitTiiitcUTttlkinj. ' A Canine CtmisV ,u