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' MONDAY .IVfiSCf Ct,MCEKtSIt 1474 020.
Revive Gay Old" Costumes?"
Hi . fui. ddf tried to save her repn
latum, niut thoughtlessly walked from
her own apartment into that of tho
wealthy Captain Kenneth Laird, sn
.'iety's scandalous tongues wagged irn
merciiully. Because she rtsked ridicule and
determined to pay for the misery she
hd caused and admired, society tend
she was? "'craiEy.''
Was thero ever ft girl confronted
with such a situation as Katherlne
MaoDonalsl, as Amelia Thorndlke in
"T Beauty Market," which will be
shown at the Alta Theatre, commenc
Miss M.ieDnnald's popularity as the
world's ltMwt beautiful woman pre
sses capacity audiences for every
The Jieauty MaYkel,"
management of ihe
IX OVIToN HTTUI'.
The New Orleans Mardl (Sra la rea
ira !!y produced in "A Romantic
Adventure," the Paramount re
duction, starring Hornihy Viakon,
which In scheduled for Sunday and
Monday at. the Arcade theatre..
Attn !hH.mi was never more beauti
ful than in her magnificent costume as
't'itnnln. Qum-n of the NH;ht. In which ; performance of
nhe win the laurel wreath, She says Laocordin to the
i-he never enjoyed a Rrone moreNhan lAlta Theatre.
this one in nil her career as n motion, i
j.i. tore tar. l'ASTi.MH TOIA
"A Romantic Adventures!,'- which! -t
as adapted from "A Winter City Kav- j From the unn-beaten desert of Ari
rlie" hy Charles Belmont Davis shows i ama to the snow-tipped mountains at
MIns Oitlton as Alice Vannl, daughter j Truckee, al Is the contrast in the
of An old daminff master of New ) scenery offored by Douglas Fairbanks
Orleans, whose mother deserts her in in his new Artcraft picture, "Hcadin
ifancy to (ro to New Tork and live a 'South," a rip-roaring tale of Mexican
He of ease, afier her father's death, 'raiders, which will be the attraction at
Mm. Vanni, now known as Mrs. Mar- j the Pastime theatre Sunday. The snow
tyn, takes her daughter to New York j scenes re particularly effective after
and exploits her beamy and talent sjthe audience Is shown a broad sweep
a dancer. While visitiivar in Monte j of the Mexican Ijorder, the desert lands
Carlo Mrs. Vanni endeavors to black. ii our country.
mail an Italian into
I'ciinlloss Heart llivmkor
J'a .!;! liiilictment by
Those w ho heliove in "seeing Amer
ica first" avill be more than satisfied
1 with the scenery that makes "Headln'
i South", the most distinctive film of the
;asonr Considerable expense was at
tached to transportintt over two hun
dred cowboys and Mexicans to the
Mnrrv-:r Man She Ijovcs "v"rin locations, but the results at-
. . . t . .tained more than justified the expen
se use she could not induce her- diture.
self to (fa'seJy . iot,re her. love fori WHIT-Fairbanks In h'is story of two
wealthy man, socieif called her a : i orders. Mexican and Canadian, ap
"heart breaker," 4 j pear prominently McDonald, a recent
lieeanse she had too much pride to I discovery in films, and Frank Oam
luit the ftuih'ionable "and expensive jpcau. As the mysterious rider of the
life which she was ding un could, desert, Fairbanks personifies thrilling
not afford, society said she did not romance, and reseues the girl In an
have a heart. ' . . unusual, acrobatic manner.
IV disturbed by ordinary
food, find comfort in
Twenty hours of baking make
. this blend of wheat and malted
barley oyickly and easily con
vertible into health and strength
Trjr a package fronthe grocer. Test tells
"There's a Reason
Story by Allan Dwan
COMEDY, "RINGS AND THINGS"
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TA;. mlnch f rrot
ii noH(A for fill
Purola gives 150 times
its. yqlune in latherj
FriAGUE--3irlB in I'raRue, encouraged by an organization of.
patriotic men and women, aaa reiing the rtchly-emhruidei and
brilllaut-bued national costume of the Czecho-Slovakn. o of the
handsomest and moat becoming la Europe. Picture Bho a Prague
society girl In the Czech naiocal costume. ,
and ISO shaves to the tube. Don't you think this is .an
economical shaving cream for you? Soothing, too won't ,
dry on the facw And speed 60 seconds for a full lather.
Evtrjr Purola prrparatlon Ir prepared
kitd aurNlll by tt bluiiuff- '
t tmnk LKbuiaortM, hurtlanii. Uraggll
Art Rosson directed "Headln" South"
from the Wr- hy Allan Dawn. The
latter Is chief director of the Fair
banks organization and staged "A
Modern MuBketeere," which was
selected recently to open the Rivoll
Theatre in New Tork City, said to be
the most attractive picture house in
SAX FRANCISCO, Dec. 13. (A.
FY) Japan will be a contender for the
Davis tennis cup next year, T. Asa
buki, Tokio, a leading tennis authority
r.f the island empire, announced here
Organization of a national tennis as
sociation in Japan similar to the Am
trican Len Tennis Association will
be undertaken soon, Mr. Asabukl an
nounced. While in Xew York recently
he studed the rules and forms of the
"The first act of our association will
be to declare our intention of challeng
ing for the Davis Cup in 1921." . Asa
bukl' said. "Tchia Kumagas well
known in America and I. Kehimidzu,
present Japanese champion, will form
the basis of our team. Both these
men competed with success in thej
Olympic games." .
Asabuki was here recently on his
ay home from the Olympic Games
at Antwerp, where he managed the
Japanese tennis team. He is said to
he one of Japan's millionaires and Is
president of the Tokio Tennis Asso
BLIZZARD HALTS SPUD
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(East Oreianninn Special.)
WESTON Mt., Dec. 13. Mrs. J. W.
Hyatt moved to Weston Sunday for the
winter. She has rooms In the Dormi
tory. Miss May Warner who makes
her home with Mrs. Hyatt left for
Portland 'Monday to visit her brother
Arthur L. Warner, -recently returned
from France In the A. K. F.
. I. TV Hopkins, Vernie Marfand Rob
ert Hopkins hauled potatoes to Helix
A fierce blizzard raged all day
Monday. It will stop spud digging for
this fall. Snow is badly drifted and
Compton moved- to the ranch from
Weston last week after three months
in town. Miss Gwendolyn will make
her home with Grandma Reynolds for
.he rest of the Bchool term.
Orval Hodge mid bride, nee JI!s
May Rhon, of Palouse, Wash., are
visiting Mrs. Hodges sister and family
Mrs. Cecil Hyatt. Mr. and Mrs. Hodse
and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hyatt visited
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brutchcr on Reid
and Hawley Mt. Tuesday.
Robert Tweedy has moved to the old
Tucker ranch which he haa rented
arfd is flooring the house and repairing
Mrs. Roy May and children are
visiting Mrs. May's Mother, Mrs.
Hyatt in Weston this week.
J. M. Mcpaniels' will (fcive this week
for near Los Anrreles for the winter,
the m. carrier has to go ,through
fields to make his rounds.. . i ,
H..V. Comuton returned last week Mrs. McDaniels is teaching the eighth
from a trip to Pasco, Kennewick, Bur- (grade there.
bank and Wallula, Wash., looking for ' w. U Rayborn on Tuesday finished
Jersey cows. Mr. Compton expects to digging potatoes and has 2700 jfiacks
ran a small dairy And sell cream. Mrs pitted. He has more than nnv nne
FARMERS ARE URGED BY
CHICAGO BANK TO SELL I
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CHICAGO, Do. 18. (IT.. F.)
iParmr and county banks were urged
today by the Chjcago federal reserve
bank to liquidate their loans. The
appeal was directed mainly to Iowa
farmers, urging them to sell their
crops to meet ,their debts. Bank offi
cials took the position that farmers
should bear their share of the decline
In prices ,and that other industries are
feeling the effects of readjustment
Just as keenly as the farmers.!
. - AT V
I HOUSE WOULD TABOO
EMIGRATION A YEAR
COMEDY "MOTHER'S ANGLE"
man an the mountain,
Mrs. SCane Iinsdale of Pendleton
visited iulatives on the Mountain last
Weber English of Elgin, Ore., Is
vbitlng. his' uncles R. Ii and Frank
English this week.
Hope Springs Ktcnial,
"Cheer up," genially yelled his host
o the stricken Murphy, who was he
ginning to regrot keenly ever having
come on the fishing trip. "Seasick
ness never killed anybody yet.''
"Is that so," 'replied Mnrphy. "I'tn
aorry to hear se iy that. . Sure, the
hope of dyin" won wa the only thing
that was keepln' me alive." Amert-"
cnn-Iegion Weekly. ' "' ',,
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Dr. Lynn K. Blalccslee
Chronlo nod Mrou DImwm d
DUmsm of Women. X-IUr ietra,
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THEF0RD80N FARM TRACTOH
-ower plant that ! needod
The B ordson Is all the
on the aerage ranch.
It has abundant power to handle all the
work, large and small. It is quickly moved from
place to place and lined up.
' 11 ' ,he logical power for timmer fallow work
It will handle the discing, harrowing, bVndlng and
seeding quicker, easier and far cheaper than mule.
-Hemember, the Fordson Tractor use
kerosene for fuel.
Let tis demonstrate on your own farm. Let u
show you the advantages of the Fordson over the
old way of caring for your land.
Let us show you how and why ft la quicker and
cheaper. It Is a pleasure for us to Ocmonitnite-tlit
I'ordson. , '
IllY A nAftltrX OF FI.OI It and IVwI Trn.
U lake It home in.
Simpson Auto Co.
Monday, Dec. 13
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WALLA WALLA DEGREE STAFF
WOODMEN REQUESTED TO BE PRESENT
WASHINGTON, Dec. 13. (A. !?.)
The house yesterday adopted an
amendment to the immigration "bill
limiting the restriction to one year in
stead of two.
Chargm Sending' of Radicals.
WASHINGTON', Dec. 13. (A. P.)
S I Charges that foreign governments are
5 1 financing the movement of radicals
"Jjifrom several countries to the United
S States were made by Representative
EjKnutson of Minnesota, in a debate on
"Sjthe bill placing a two year restriction
The house committee amended the
VH to safeguard the existing agree
ment with Japan regarding immigra
tion from Japan.
lirady for War Time Laws,
WASIirXGTOX, Oec. 13. (A. I.)
S:Th(r, house was to consider repeal of
Ej war time laws as twin as the Imnilra
tion bill was disposed of , t
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I Walnuts, pound 30c and 40c
J;! Brazil Nuts, pound .........7.... 25c
' f Dromedary Datesi package ............ , .' .' . 25c
fjf Federal Milk, large can 13c
m Brooms, $1.50 quality, special $1.00
fjf Coffee, M. J. B. and Hills Red, 1 lb. 55c, 5 lbs. $2.70
?i Ensign Coffee, white package ............ . . 35c
I fjj Fresh Ginger Snaps, pound ................ 25c
B Try a pound of our Cookies at : 35c
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