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Daily east oregonian, fendleton, oreoon, Tuesday evening, November i 6, 1020.
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' The fashionable Kiiests of the pals
Hal hi Francis hotel of an Kramlseo
were startled some time bko when
loiiKh-lookiim; tuilli r, attired In blue
overalls, black rwmtrr and knit sail
or's cup, and wearing heavy growth
of black whiskers, came down the ele
Amor and wit down In the lobby to
wait for aomeonnc.
' What a nerve!" mid one arlsto
rtntlc old woman as she inspected the
"creature" through her lorgnette.
They should not allow such a
lough-looking person in the hotel,"
r. Hinded her companion.
"Sh-h-h! That's Wally ISeid:" said
a bell-hop, sitting neurb, who couldn't
hold the secret any longer. And then
the feminine critic sought an Intro
duction. Wally an. hi company under the
direction of James (Yuie had gone to
th St. Francis to film scene in the j
startling Paramount picture, "Al
wny Audacious." which will te shown
at the Alta Theatre today, and not
wishing a mob, the director had Kept
the mar' presence in the city a secret.
aim aih: tooay
imAMATIC STKXK 1
lONF.l.Y ltOAl IIOISR IS
siiowx i thkii.i.in m.M
A drnmat'.c scene is staged In a road
house In -Kven As Eve." A First Na
tional titctur. taken from the novel by
Unbert W. Chambers. 'The Shinning
Hand." The picture will be shown at
the Arcade theatre today.
Eileen, a girl who has been brnugM
no In the wllda of the . Adirondack.
h!i in her ixiRscssion some valuable
papers left by her father, who was a
recluse up to the time of his death.
A wealthy clubman from New York,
Fproul, knows of the papers and at
tempts to steal them from her. Foil
ed, he has his wife invite the girl to
a club house where thev are staying in
(he bone that he can induce the girl to
Do You Know a Baby Sick
Vith; Constipation,-1. .
Tall Um mther to g iv half a tca.poon
iul of Dr. Caldwell'.
NO thoughtful mother with children
in the house will risk being without
a good, reliable laxative. It will save
111 aji y a serious illness, many a
doctor's visit. ,
When the baby cries and is fretful,
when the boy has noappetite and won't
Jlay, when the girl is listless and fever
sh, when there are complaints of
headaches and colds, the mother can
suspect constipation. Give Dr. Cald
well's Syrup Pepsin In the small dose
prescribed on the bottle, when you put
the child to bed, and with' morning the
ailment will have disappeared,
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup t'epsin is a
popular compound of Egyptian Senna
and other simple laxative herbs with
pepsin and pleasant-tasting aromatic.!. It
acts gently and mildly, and children
take it without objection. A sixty-cent
bottle is enough to last an average fam
ily many months. The ingredients are
endorsed in tne U. i. rnarmacopoeia,
TRY IT FREE
Send me your name and ad
dress and I u ill send yon a free
triitl httttlfnl mv.Ssml) Psin.
and last Vear American mothers bought Address me Dr. VP. B. dtld
over eight million bottles of Dr. Cald- U11, 511 WahintDn Street,
well's Syrup Pepsin from druggists. It Moniicttl iliinois. Every,
is the largest selling liquid laxative in body now and then nds a
the world, and few cautious families are tuxamv.anditisurUioknoui
ever Without it. jaam the best. Write me toil.
Tnat love sometimes cures dis
ease is a fact that has been called
to the attention of the public by a
prominent physician. Love is not,
however, the cure for all women.
Many a woman is nervous and
Irritable, feels dragged down and
wora out for do reason that she
can think of.
Doctor Pierce's Favorite Pre
emption gives new life and new
Strength to weak, worn-out,
run-down women. "Favorite
Prescription" makes weak women
Btrong and sick women well. It
is now sold by all druggists in the
United States in tablets aa well
as liquid form.
Rosebukg, Oregon "I suffered
something terrible from an organic
trouble. Could scarcely stand on
my feet. My head and back ached so
hard and I was weak and nervals.
I had severe pains in my side and
my limbs and feet ached. 1 was also
troubled with constipation. I took
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription,
Golden Medical Discovery, and
Pleasant Peliets. These medicines
cured me of all my ailments and I
was well and strong." Mrs. W. D.
Moore. 1246 N. Jackson Street.
rart with the treasure. But she re
Siuoul's wife, who is in love, with
enother man, who happens to be In
leve with Kileen, plots to gel revenge
on the girl by disgracing her and at
the same time get evidence for di
vorce. She induces her husband to
take the girl to a lonely road house,
telling him he can force her to give up
the papers tltere.
When he is there, she with a party
of friends, including te man she loves,
and the man that Eileen loves, buret
on the pair when they are in a deadly
The woman accuses her hushnnd of
nttncklng the girl, and tells of his past
history, he having eloped witn . tne
girl's mother. SJproul, to clear nimseir,
declares that Eileen Is His flaiignter.
The girl is overcome with humiliation
and grief, but Dr. Lansing, tne man
the girl loves. Fees through the tncK
erv and offers to marry her. She re
fuses hiVever, and starts for her
Follows a series of adventures
through harrowing, later result in the
meeting of Eileen and Dr. Lansing
and love's requital.
GIVEN AT PILOT ROCK
FOUR TESTIFY BEFORE
LOS ANGELES, Cal.. Nov. 16. A.
P.) Four witnesses were heard Mon
day by the Los Angeles county grand
Si ry in its investigation of alleged cor
ruption in Pacific Coast league base
ball games in 19-19, and then adjourn
ment was taken until November 22.
The witnesses were W. Baker
("Babe") Borton, former Vernon first
basem an, whose charges precipitated
the inquiry; William Phyle, umpire:
Wllam Klcpper, manager of the Seat
tle club, and Clyde Bruekman, sport
ing editor of the Los Angeles Examin-
It UN HALTS TEXXIS PLAY
VANCOUVER, B. C. Nov. 1C v'A.
P.) Rain caused abandonment of the
exhibition games by the United States
Davis tennis cup team here Monday.
The members of the team will play at
Victoria, B. C. Tuesday and sail Wed
nesday for New Zealand.
(Rast Oregonian Special.)
PILOT IUX'K, Nov. 1. Armistice
Pay was fittingly celebrated in Pilot
liock. In the morning a program took
place at the flag pole. Flag drills and
songs by the school children and a vo
cal solo by Marvin Ray were followed
by an address. Fred Steiwer of Pen
dleton was the speaker of the day and
was introduced by W. O. Stnver. At
r.oon a very larse crowd enjoyed the
free lunch of barbecue, mince pies and
coffee. The turkey shoot at the ball
park proved an Interesting feature of
the afternoon and was attended by
ouite a number of out of town peo
A picture show and dance in tho
evening completed the day's entertain
ment. A large but quiet and orderly
crowd pronounced the celebration t
!si:ccess from start to finish.
I The homes of Herbert Boylen, Tor
! ter Royer and OtiJ Jones were put un
der quarantine lust week for scarlet
Dr. and Mrs. Gilliland of Pullman,
Wn. were guests at the C. J. Miller
; home Monday.
On Saturday afternoon Mrs. Marvin
' Iioy entertained a group of friends in-
ft rnuilly. After a few hours spent in
I sewing and conversation, a dainty
1 lt.ncheon was served to the following
Irdies. Miss Cora Grant, Mrs. Lowell
Sturtevant, Mrs. Ivi Eldridge. Mrs.
Ernest Fanning, Mrs. Elbert Casteel
ai d Mrs. Davis of Pendleton.
The Pullman Garage at Pullman
Wn., was nearly destroyed by fire last
week. It was owned hy Earl Rankin
and Arthur Bond former Pilot Rock
men. Word has been received here
that the loss is partially covered by in
A number of Tilot Rock boys at
tended the Y. M. C A. conference in
Pendleton. Among the boys to go
from here were George Jordan.
Willie and Hershel Kidwell and
Dr. and Mrs. L. M. Spauldln? of
Pendleton were dinner guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Willian Kidwell
Mr. and Mrs. Twig Hlnkle sold their
property on Rluff street to Ralph
Wagoner and have purchased the Wil
Hani Ourtright residence.
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A FIRST NATIONAL SPEGIME
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SHE-A'wild flower reared in! the forest by her hermit father, i ., . .'. , . .,.
HE A man of the world, a cynic, who scorched in the fires of love, ha(Pcome"out
smiling and .sneering at woman kind.
BIG BUILDING FOR COOPERATIVE BANK'
Jack I loxie
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"Even As Eve"
The way this untaught daughter of Eve worked her will with the man of the
world is startlingly picturized. .
A Big Cast of Well Known Players Grace Darling, Marc McDermott, E. J. Ratcliffe,
Sally Crute and many others, ( "
COMEDY "THE GROCERY CLERK"
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The Ladles Riblc Class met Thura
tiay afternoon and decided to hold a
bazaar before Christmas, the date not
yet being definitely set. The ladies
will meet next Thursday at the home
of Mrs. Ilert Hutchinson.
It VIMKIt WINS OX l-OJXTS ,
PHILAruCLPWA, Nov. 18. (A. P.)
A program of recitations and music Mrs. John Itoyer ns Rose Juckmin
was iouoweu oy tno senior 'stunt. I ne . colored jttri, won praise n no inui
The senior's portrayed of a school In 1 oding paru '
the days of Ilmcklebcrry Finn wns Kirkimtrick I
vrry clever and thoroughly enjoyed by Hostween
all. C.eorge Jordan, Hersohel Kid- i, nn, ..,,, ,, ,,r-..iiif.i1. ttoorue L'haney. Baltimore, knocked
I jtirl, won praise and thu i lHILArtfCLPHIA, Nov. 18. (A. P.)
a were well played by Mrs. J Augle Hulnler of New York, out
nnd Mm. Stanley. 1 pointed Ilryan Downey, Columbus, O.,
the nets a tableau "'Vis- In an el:ht-rund bout last night.
Pert Shock of Colfax, Wash., was In well, Victor Bracher and Wilbert Horn jrs j 0 Kussell, director was pven 'tout Johnny lliihoney, Haitleton,
Pilot Roock Friday.
A number of local Oddfellows went
to Heppner Saturday to attend lodge
there that evening. K. H. Lester, r.
DuPols, Charles Miller, John Steven
son and Grant Chittenden made up
Mr. and Mrs. Lon Knotts have pur
chased a farm near here and will
probably move In the spring.
Mr. and Mrs. Lou Scharpf were
guests at the Bracher home Thursday.
Grace Gilliam spent Wednesday and
Thursday In Pilot Hock.
Fred Moes of Helix celebrated Arm
istice Day with friends In Pilot Pock.
Mrs. . Jean Kirkpatrick will leave
Monday for an extended visit with her
parents In Corning, California.
E. B. Casteel and Herbert Boylen Sr.
attended the Republican banquet in
Pendleton Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Nate Maromber mov
ed their household goods to Hoard
ma Friday. Mr. Macomber will en
gage In the gnrage, business there.
Lon Knotts is erecting a small bun
galow near his home here.
Ida KldriEe spent Thursday with her
parents here. ,
The lied Cross drive which was be
gun here Thursday Is proving very
successfful, $200 was pledged the first
The high school literary society held
its regular meeting Friday nfterhoon.
USE SLOAN'S TO
WARD OFF PAIN
You can just tell by its healthy,
stimulating odor, that it is
going to do you good
F I only had some Sloan's Liniment!"-
How often you've said
thatl And then when the rheu-
matic twinge subsided after hours of
suffering ybu forgot it!
Don't do it again get a bottle to
day and keep it handy for possible use
tonight! A sudden attack may come
on sciatica, lumbago, sore muscles,
liackache, stiff joints, neuralgia, Che
pains and aches resulting from expos
ure. You'll soon find warmth and re
lief in Sloan's, the liniment that penc
trales without rubbing. Clean , econom
ical. Three sizes 3Sc, 70c, $ 1 .4(1
make up the senior class.
Peter Melntyre of Adams visited his
sister Mrs. Al Poylen hero Wednesday.
While here he purchased a Stiidehnker
ear from the Pilot Pock Auto Co.
Gordon Mettie of I'klah was In Pilot '
Mrs. J. Lorenx of Albee was here
Friday, the guest of her daughter
Caroline who attends the Pilot Hock
Hev. and Mrs. S. S. White left Tues
day for Poplar, Montana. Mr. and
Mrs. ISeck will occupy the parsonage
iluring the winter.
. Walter Albrecht has purchased from
the lumber company the new bunga
low on the high school hill. Mr. Al
brecht will take immediate possession.
The dinner which the ladies Ililile.
Class served1 election day proved a
great success financially, the proceeds
amounting to 1168.
The play "Rainbow Klmona" which ,
ias presented Wednesday night under
the auspices of the Community Club
v.ns well received hy a full boose.
special credit for thlH feature.
I Id the fourth round.
Kill That Cold With
CASCARA fif QUININE
FOR , AND
Colds, Conjbs OMV L Gripp
Neglected Colds are Dangerous , ,
Take no chances. Keep this standard rtmady handy for tb Brat iimcm.
Breaks up a cold in 24 hours Ralleva '
Grippe in 3 Jyi Exctllant for Headache .
Quinine In this form does not affect the head Cascara ia bast Tonic
Laxative No Opiate in Hill's,
ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT
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CLEVELAND With Its hew cooperative bank an assured suc
cess, the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers is already planning
'the construction of a f 1.000,000 twenty-story building to house the
present bank which is in temporary quarters. Warren 8. Stone, chief
(of the brotherhood and president of the bank, is shown in the
entrance of the present bank building. The proposed building Is ia
' Ui background.
BEST FOR USE
Premier Rock Springs
Premier Rock Springs
U.tah Egg Coal
Utah Lump Coal
B. L Burroughs
:.;y ALTA Today 'V'JI
j Children, 10c Adults 3Sc .
I He posed as himself and lliry bad I , J
him arrested! I 1
I II He'd been klpnapped sbanK- 1 . : : i.
'II haled his name, his iclrl gn(t his f ,,t Is s.
Ml millions stolen by a rasviilly dou- - 1 v . "m " . w.
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turne to claim his own, tho world V - 1 i4 , ' i
i called him a crook! ' '"t ,'",' '" 1
II Peyond a rpiestion, the greatest V,. ' ; s:. - ,
II role that Wallaco Held ever play- Stv-f . ," ' . . , ,-", -'
llllll ed. All potion ullvn with siirprises Vf - ' .
j and fun and thrills for ten pie- . " ' " ' ' v,
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