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DAILY EAST OREGONIAS, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 17, 1920.
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The fashionable guests of the pala
t in I St. Frsncls hotel of San Francisco
were startled some time ago when a
tough-looking sailer, attired in blue
overalls. Mack sweater and knit sail
or's cap, and wearing a heavy growth
of blnck whiskers, came down the ele
ctor and wit down In the lobby to
alt for somconne.
, "What nerve!" said one arlsto-
cratlc old woman as she Inspected the
Vcreatttre" through her lorgnette,
a, "They should not allow such a
tough-looking person In the hotel,"
responded her companion.
"Sh-h-h! That's Wally Reid!" said
a bell'hop, sitting nearby, who couldn't
hold the secret any longer. And then
the feminine critics sought an Intro -
Wally and his company tinder the
direction of James CTuie had j.-one to
the St Francis to film scenes la the
startling Paramount picture, "Al
ways Audacious," which will be shown
ul the Alta Theatre today, and not
wishing a mob, the director had kept
the star's presence in the city a secret,
Popular all over the World as a remedy
for Colds, Grip and Influenza' and " as a
Preventive. . t
Be sure its Bromo
The ganuine bears
Jesse L. Lasky
"Even as Eve"
, , COMEDY "THE GROCERY CLERK"
I, It AW A TIC NTr'AM IX
i.onki.y ltOAI HOI SK IS
SHOWN IX Tllllll.l.'; MI.M
A dramatic scene Is staged In a road
house In "Kven As Kv," A First Na
tional picture, taken front the novel by
Itobert W. chambers, "The Shinning
Hand." The picture will be shown at
the Arcade theatre today.
Kileen, a girl who has been brought
up In the wilds of the Adirondacks,
has in her possesion some vuluable
pajers left by her father, who wan a
rtcliise up to the time of his death.
A wealthy clubman from New York,
Pproul, knows of the papers and at
tempts to steal them from her. Fill
ed, he has his wife Invite the girl to
I a ciub hmie where they are staving In
lh, hope thnt he can Induce the girl to
irart with the treasure. But aha re-
Pproul's wife, who Is Ih love with
another man,, who happens to be In
Icve with Eileen, plots to get 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,
1 telling him he can force her to give up
the papers there.
When he is there, she with a party
of friends. Including te man she loves,
and the man that Eileen loves, bu.-st
on the pair when they are In a deadly
The woman accuses her husband of
ettacking the girl, and tells of his past
history, he having eloped with the
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I girl's mother. Sproul, to clear himself.
declares that Kileen is his daughter.
The girl Is overcome with humiliation
and grief, but lir. Iytnslm;, the man
the girl loves, sees through the trick
ery and offers to marry her. She re
fuses however, and starts for her
Follows a series of adventures
through harrowing, later result In the
meeting of Eileen and Dr. lanslng
and love's requital.
DOING WELL AT HELIX
(East Oregonlnn Special.)" ' ' '
.HELIX. Nov. M. The Red Cross
roll call began here Friday under the
leadership of Mrs. Lettoy Penlnnd.
Helix as It has formerly done In all
patriotic work' will undoubtedly go
"over the top". Those soliciting for
this district are Mrs. M. D. Smith.
Mrs. W. H. A I bee. Miss Sarah Mont
gomery, Mrs. Charles Alspach, Mrs.
A. C. Mylntyre, Mrs. R, E. Toiler and
Mrs. Victor Mason.
The men of the community are look
ing forward to the annual turkey shoot
to be held In Helix Nov. ti.
G. V. Kelly who has been conduct
ing the sale for F. E. Blinn has gone
to Pilot Rock where he will be em
ployed In the same capacity.
Mrs. John Grlswold and son James
were week end visitors with Pendle
Bert Warren' genial countenance
was noticed In Helix this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Smith who were
recently married arrived in Helix Mon
Mrs. Leonard King has returned to
her home In Roxburg, Idaho.
Carl Engdahl was a business visitor
in Portland this week.
The dance given Frldny evening un
der the auspices of the Helix dancing
club was a success in every way.
Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson ac
compelled by Mrs. Burroughs were
week end visitors in Walla Walla.
An enjoyable party was held at the
Christian church Friday evonlng when
the losing side, in the recent contest,
entertained the victors. A program
was given and refreshments served.
Mr. and Mrs. W. HI Shannon were
Walla Walli visitors Saturday.
A large number of Helix people
visited Pendleton and Walla Walla on
The Athena High School will present
the play, "When Smith, Stepped Out"
at the I. O. O. F. hall in Helix Thurs
t'.a evening, November 18.
Mr' and Mrs. Ed Geist were Helix
visitors one day this week.
The W. C. T. IT. held. Its regular
monthly meeting on Wednesday, No
vember 10 at the home of Mrs. Victor
Mason. An interesting program was
given. The next meeting will be held
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Miss America Hutchinson who ts
teaching at St. Johns, Vash., has been
visiting home folks fur a few days.
A. C. Mclntyre has returned from
a business trip to Hood Rover and
OMAHA, Nov. . 17.-r-Den,r(U I Chester
escaped from a Burlington train near
Broken Bow. Nebraska, last night
while en route from Great Falls, Mont.,
to Kansas City where he is wanted In
connection with the death of Florence
Barton. Caughter of a wealthy shoe
manufacturer. Chester broke the tw
window and escaped in a confedorato"
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cover with hot flannel
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Children 5c : ;
' 'Adults 20c
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FIERY POET REPORTED
ROME. Xov. 17. (By Camillq Cian-
iarra, u. r. fciarr corresDonuent,)
Gabrielle D'Annunzio is reported va
rlously to be on land, on sea and In
the air. The fiery poet is reported
to be furiously piloting an airplane
from point to point on the Dalmatian
coast, exhorting his troops and urg
ing the populations to repudiate the
Italo-Jugo Slav agreement on the Ad
It is also reported that D'Annunsslo
has boarded a cruiser to meet Admir
al Xillo somewhere off the coast. The
poet's troops who occupied Sussak are
reported to have returned to Fiume.
They announced that Italian troops
garrisoning the city had refused to frn
ternize with them, making their per
manent occupation impossible.
OF HAWAII IS 1 09,769
WASHINGTON, Nov.. 17. f A. P.)
The Japanese population of Hawaii
was announced today as 109.2B9 out
of a total population of 255,512.
Potatoes are best when allowed te
lie in the ground for about 2 or 3
v.eeks after growing has ceased. This
(rives them a chance to mature.
Farm Crops, O. A. C.
Is That Cold and .
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Right away you will notice the
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vincing, healing taste that you will
appreciate, buy a bottle at your
druggists on the way home tonight.
60 cents, $1.20 a bottle.
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Bowels Behind Schedule?
Liver acting lazy? Bring them up to
time with lr. King's Tills. Gentle,
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KEEL OF BIGGEST BATTLE
CRUISER TO BE LAID SOON
TOKIO, Xov. 17. (A. P.) Th
keel of the new battle cruiser Amngl,
the largest In the Japanese navy. Is
to be laid at the Yokosuk.i navy yard.
The Amagi will be the nucleus of the
eight battleship and 'eiyht cruiser unit
squadron to be completed In the sev
eral ensuing years and will have a
displacement of over 41, MO Ions.
On her completion the Armmi will
be a powerful addition to the Japa
nese navy toKOther with another sup
esdreadnaught, the Amagl v. hich will
be a sister vessel.
The keel of the Amasl will be laid
at the Kure r.avy yeards In December.
The r.cw battleships, Mutsu and Xa
Kato which are built at Yokosuka and
Kure respectively and ore receiving
armaments, are expected to be com
pleted and ready for commission
.MOCXTAIV I.IOXS NOICTOI S
VISAL1A, Cal., Xov. 17. (A. P.)
Reports from tho foothills east of here
are to the effect that omuntaiii :;,ns
are more numerous this year than for
several seasomj. Several big cats have
been killed in the vicinity of Three
fiivers, Just this side of the Seciuoli
National Park gate, while lion have
been seen by mountaineers along the
Kings, Kaweah and Tule Itlvers.
TO PLAY NO MORE'
f PARIS Paderewski states thnt
owing to neuritis) to his hands be
will never play again La public.
The p'ano which he has carried,
with bim on all als coowt lour1
to jor aJev - . -
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Sweet memories I.
There's many a thing lcarne J in college
that the Sages failed to write into their '
text books. For instance, you'd be sur
prised to know how many prominent
western graduates have "majored in
Sweet's" most successfully.
Any girl will tell you that it much easier
to study "Calc" or "English Lit" with a box of v , .
Swebt inimitable crcam-fillcd Chocolate at
your elbow. And for those little chafing-dia; 1 '
parties and "experience meetings" which mean
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able as a box of Sweet's super-chocolates rich,
creamy centers extra-thick coatings, light and
dark every piece a revelation. Try Sweet's your- i
self; then you'll know and send a box to your
friend in college.
aft better dealers here to! J
from Alaska to Australia.
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Oho tlioice of parUcularJolk .
Swit'i Kuti tnd Frukt,
the hot ihown here, k but
neVf a Kore of well-thaacn
ought to trySwiiT'i Rialta
Aaaurtment, Brat it Nuti in
Ciem, AU-Caramel, A ritto
cratk, LWjr Claire aiMluthcn.
Aak jrvur Ucakrl
TOKIO. Xov.,17. (A. P.) The Jn
panese army, attaching great Import
ance to stronger nillitury defence ar
rangements in tho Pacific, usked for
an appropriation or the equivalent of
$1,2.111,00(1 in the current year's bud
get estimate. The proposal was ap
proved at the last sewlnn of the I)iet
and the program has been already
put Into execution.
The greatest part of the credit will
be expended the current year In tho
reconstruction and repairs of fortros
oes. Several new fortress nr..
pected t.. he hnilt f,n Me (, f :n r.lst
r.m.K Mil I'ltKKill-p NKIIVIOM
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