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FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 26, 1020.
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The clotful love stories and lavish
Mlllni In Robert W. Chambers stories
lend themselves well to presentation
tin the screen. The picture version
: : For Indigestion
Constipation, Sick Headache, Bilious
ness, Bloating, Sour Stomach, Gas oq
the Stomach, Cad Brvath you will find
. . nothing better than that wholesome
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FOLEY CATHAHTIC TAELETJ
New ditanpoint. Take one lonijht
and kcl better in 'he roonjin.
foerft Jenner. San Anmnio, Teiaa: "FcWr
Cathartic TaMcia hare proven to b die best
laianva I ever have taken and I rrcosuacod
v tfceai lor cooattpatioB and biliouaocaa."
f "The Unnxer . !mk," ,- j;h. Ftr
Irg Unr," 'The tark sntr," ami "The
fialitlng Chance' have already met
with Bloat muvt'KS. Now conies the
photoplay mli.l.'.l from one of Mr.
CrtnmlteiH' noist brilliant recent novel!.
The Restless Hi s " t'lomint Maiion
Oavles In tht heroine and (he picture
will be on view at the Arcade Theatre
for 3 data commencing Unlay.
"The Restless Sox" deals with fom
ini.Mii, but not In a political way. It
l'inn the insatiable desire of the
modern young woman for excitement
jtrd a place of Importance, in the
world. The Mtory portrays the ro
mance of a pretty girl of thin tyie.
Ralph Kellard and Cnrlylo Hlack
cl lare prominent In the large cast
tupporttiig Miss Ibtvies. Robert
Leonard directed the picture, which Is 1 l.oTTn.
The story Is that of a man ttirunsh
inlsundorstanrtitii;,, finally to lit re
milled In tho cold stretches or tjie Arc
tic throiiKh the agency of n pair of
baby shoes. Doris Kcnyoii, the yonth.
tnl star of "The KuuufNsC and "Tile
t'lvan Waif," ulipe.'ti'H usi l'l udence
are, the younn; wife. I'aul tlordan,
Hans Uohert. Thomas Holding, f. W,
Stewart, lirase R. Wharton, 1-otils
Mi'tellliiK mid n hie; cast aiipport her.
The production Is by The Whartotis,
who made opatria," "The Kxploits of
Klulnit," and other famous aerials, "The
Ureal While Trail," la In seven reels,
Sihiw nl I'W l!n ki.rtmud ,
tif "The t.rtsu Wliltc TthH"'
The cold gtretche of the Yukon trail
from much of the buckxround of "Tho
Croat White Trail." tho Wharton sn
I'orfcnturo which Is to W tho attrac
tion at the Pastime theater, today.
IV "A I'TUi itorsK
IS I'LAYKU Of XOT1
THE WHARTONS PRESENT
(AN EPIC OF THE ARCTIC)
FEATURING DORIS KEN YON
A story of the Klondyke in the days when
men rushed north in eager search for gold,
when the world was rough and the primal in
stinct prevailed in the gold vistas of the land of
the "Musher" and "Malamute."
Gale Henry in "HER WEAK END"
lAittle Williams, a , popular com
edienne well known for yeurs on the
?ta;e, has an Interesting role. In sup-
I ort of liryunt Washburn, I'lirnmount
tar. In his lutes photocn'inedy, "A
Full Utilise" which will bo shown at
the Alta theutre for 2 days beginning
today. ; .
Mtsa Williams Is an actress of ex
ceptional versatility. lieKinniiiK her
career In vaudeville, she made her de
but in drauia when she created the
rule of Ah ilee, the slave (till In
'('harles Kenmnre I'lrich's Chinese play
"A Celestial Maiden," which success
fully toured the 1'acific Coast for many
seasons. Quitting the legitimate stage,
f Miss Williams accepted the role of So
jsie. the maid in "A Full House" and
her clever work adds much to the on
ijoyment of the spectators.
! In tho story, Susie steals a diamond
' necklace which has been stolen by a
burRlar. In order to obtain the reward
i of sn.O'io offered for its return. She
i hisht have succeeded had not tho
he use been surrounded by the police.
and h-ding it in her slocking, she keeps
lit until the btirglaV glimpses it and
from his place of comelment cuts It
out of, the stocking.
j There are many comical situations
In "A Full House" and Mr. Washburn
! Is at his best in tho stellar role. Lois
i Wilson heads a eupirblo supporting
I company of players. The picture was
'directed by .lames Cruie."
1 ft -'Wm WfcT,
i u He haste best
Do This For
THR public snould kaotr that there
A it a vt difference in the action ol
th various remedies for constipation.
Some are "flushes." purges, physics.
They aripe and weaken.
For lasting effect ue a laxative.
Dr. Caldwell's; Syrup Pepain acta
geiiUy and mildly so that even a tiny
baby can use it with safety. It J a
compound of Egyptian Senna and
otheasimple laxative herbs with pep
ain and pleasant-tasting aromstics.
A sixty-cent bottle will last an aver
age family many months. i
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin Is the
most nopularef all laxatives and more
is used In American koines than any
other. Last year eight milMHi bottles
were sold by druggists, the largest
sale in the world,
TRY IT FREE
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and 1 will send you a fret frail ixmlf o(
my Smip Pepsin. . Addreu me Dr.
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and then needs-a laxative, and it is
iwflltolcnoui.trieeeat. Wrjttme today.
BEXD. Nov. 26. (A. I'.) A. J
Weston was sentenced to life Impris
onment late Wednesday and in a dra
matic statement befote the sentence
was passed he declared his Innocence
of murdering Robert Krug, of Sisters,
of which ho was convicted. He declar
ed he was the victim of a revengeful
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COLGATE, Okla., Nov. 26. (U. P.)
The biggest bank failure In Oklaho
ma in five years was revealed today
jwith the arrest of Roy Motcbklss, vice
president of the Citizen's State Bank,
(of Colgate, charged with operating an
I Insolvent institution. The bank was
closed by the state bank examiner fol
lowing discovery that a shortage of
more than isuo.noo existed.
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A gambler in love, he tried to discard a
fqueen". But she wouldn't quit the game!
And w hen he won another heart and wasj
just about to flash a diamond Well, you 11
sav the queen jazzed his cards. .
A picture that deals to all a royal flush of
Mack Scnnett Comedy. 1 ' VZ
IT'S A BOY. . .
FREDERICK THE GREAT & CO.
Illusion and Mystery.
CAMPBELL & GLOVER
Minstrels From Mephis.
:' a strange whim of Fate
made titan and wife pretty J
, tfinis'stiioiis stepiuuuc aim tins
striiuulhii; tMuliUir whom she
(M,uld never love. Arid now, In
tlic depth of Ins iU-uir she
ta lib- to lihn bnnsnig
liiit T tins fUimiiiK roiiiance
of New fork's paUiccs and ur
l.re'tl by Itobcrt '.. Leonard
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A COSMOPOLITAN PRRODUCTION
5y Robert W. Chambers
MARION DA VIES
RALPH KELLARD CHARLES BLACKWELL
WE MADE A MISTAKE AND WE ADMIT IT
We Should Have Waited Until After 'Portland Had Shown It.
This magnificent picture opens for its first run in Portland Saturday at the Columbia Theatre at a fifty cent admission price. Portland people will be standing for blocks tp see It. The
Portland papers will be full of praise for one of the best pictures of the year. Your Portland friends will ask you if you saw it. Only today and tomorrow left then it is gone forever. Wc arc
buying the best pictures for you and we want you to see them. .
"The Dance of the Gods," this one scene alone cost $50,000.00. Wc paid $300.00 for the picture. ARE YOU GOING TO MISS IT.
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