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DAILY EAST OREOOKIAH. PENDLETON, OREGON. " TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 14, 1020.
hmliiriiw Ma. Ih.nnld lias
IC'li- l.ll Own I. iff Story
In UtR tluuiith'iH Adaptation
Kalherlne Mui IMnnl.1. beautiful
Mur of "Tli.' Turning Point." iftlnple.l
to the norocn from Cohort. cham
ber's novel of the same name, which
will !. shown at I lie Ann. I.' Thojttic,
today, licKnn her career al' the bot
tom of I he ladder.
As a very youtur v-omnn, she . was
left with the rew-;tisi!illuy. of pro
viding for a lni-;; family. Tin- Income
" email ami she faced her diffi
culties bravely, frankly and with a
Brim cheerfulness of spirit.
ll wan not I" mk, however, before
Mis MuDonalds noal beauty and
talent wore reootnl'ed and nor rise
In motion pictures has been rapid.
The ensh in the M ul..naM family's
fortune ill.' nut come, however, until
lifter she has received her education
at p.lulrsillle folloce. P.la!isv1lle, pa.
Miss Mh. l..nal.l s latest First Na
tional starrine vehicle, "The Turning
Point," in pome respects offers a paral
lel of her own life.
Tvimm lnniily liulmil
In the ChanilMTs' story a financial
rash leaves Diana Teunant, played by
thash leaves fi:ma Tennant, played by
'i-. MaePonat-l. and the other mem-
heis of the Tonnant faniiiy penniless
jln San Francisco.
! The same qualities which restored
' comfort ami happiness to the Mac
; lVmald family in Pittshm'tsh are por
traed l.y Kathet'ltie Maotlomild in her
il'itrt of lifting the Tenn.-tits out ot
j their trouble.
J - The thread of wnianR' and tumor
j running through this society photo
play combine to make It one of the
i iH-st tn which Miss MaclVnifthl has
I. von starred.
V 1KS., 1V 1 4. (A. T
(iui stion as to what use shall be mutt
f Severn 1 Hrp!mts recently bonphT
l-y The Chinese Rovornnunt whether
for war or for estahlishnint of mail
M-iviee us stiimhiteil in the ontrai-t
itr tln'tr purchaso fnm a Hriti.h
firn- - has bpen settled so far us
three of them U concerned.
Chans Tso-lin, who at present do
nitnatis north China mtliturily, ir
Oercil three of !ix machines ship
ld to him at Mukden. The otherB
were to he sent to l'amiiiKi'vi fur mili
tary intro;es. .
Those df-siined for Mukden were
loaded on flat-cars and started north
ward. Some distance beyond Tientsin
W f thru hi
thru baking failure
must be added to baking
costs it has to be paid for.
Calumet Baking Powder
will save you all of that Be
cause when you use it there re
no failures no losses. Every bak
ing is sweet and palatable and
stays mot, tender and delicious to
the last tasty bite. v
That's a big saving but
that isn't alL You save when
you buy Calumet and you save
when you use it.
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t WASHINGTON Gus Kargf.,
Washincton newspaper man. t'(
th Intest to be mentioned l
pos:btllty for the lob o, Presi-f
dent-elecU llardinn's RecretiK ;
Kailter is a personal friend n -former
President Taft who is saw.
to tavor the appointment.
they collided with the superstructure
of a railway bridge which, nlong with
the machines, was put out of commis
sion. , The' Wreck tied "up traffic for
,i long time.
H-': H Sifts';
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fl BAKING POWDER Jfe
It is i casonable in cost and
possesses more than the or
dinary leavening strength. You pay
less and use less. You get the most
in purity, dependability and whole
someness. Ia every way it is the
best way tc- keep dc wa bak
ing costs. That's what has made it
the worid's biggest selJinsr baking
powder has kept it the favorite
of tni!!iops cf housewives for more
than thirty years.
To'ind can of Calumet contains full
16 02. Sot,? baking powders come in
12 oz. insted of 16 oz. cans. Be sure
you get -,-ound when you Wo.it it
1 2 cup of butter,
Vr'l cups gran J-.
lated sugar. 2V
cups flour, 1 cup
water, 2 level
Powder, 1 tea
spoon lemon, '
yolks of 9 eggs.
Then mix in the
S ' tr"7 '
It will make
Some (if the most beautiful scenes and settinjrs ever
screened photographed by a con,umate artist.
The woman the world worships is she'whose love for
her man or her child i.s so great that in it .she loses self.
A ROMANCE OF GLORIOUS MOTHERHOOD
By Robert W. Chambers
LARRY SEMON IN SCHOOL DAYS
HELENA, Mont., Ilec. 14. (A. P.l
Montana's hew boxing hill, adopted
Ihy the voters of the state at the Nov-
emher elections and proclaimed a law
permits tinx'ms match'en in any count)
in which a commission rm been ap
pointed. , Appointment lies in the
hands of ithe district judges or Judges
of the judicial district in which the
county lies. There is no state box
ing commission. ' -
Any boxinsr club after securin a
license from the commissioners, may
hold bouts not to exceed 1.", rounds
and the law provides that participants
in matches must submit to medical ex
amination before enteritis the rinu
and use gloves weighing over six
ounces. Fishters who have been bar
red in (ither states can not box in '
Montana under the new bill. Be
'ore a license can be secured each
club must .deposit a bond of J"0,000
with the county treasurer to insure
payment to the state of 50 per cent
of the net returns, to co to a state
fund for building and maintenance of
a stafo home for disabled soldiers and
s;ilors of the world war.
- For the tedious Pullman jour
ney or for the long hours on the
. ocean a box of chocolates, made
by Sweet's of Salt Lake, is always
v most acceptable.
That's why Sweet's is so often
one of the first purchases of the
experienced traveler, anticipa
tion of holiday trips.
There's material for many a
pleasant hour boxed up in each of
the well-chosen Sweet assort
ments. Luscious creaw and nut
and chewing centers-extra-heavy,
wholesome chocolate coatings a
variety of shapes and flavors sure
to please. , '
Be sure youVe a box on hand
for your holiday journey.
cAt better dealers here sold
from Alaska to Australia.
The New Filled Candy
in the Handy Tin
An4 hew't a new Swtrr iptc!!ty
I te will luitly wane tj try : ltucioua
Civtrtillled, criarMted float carotin,
krpt fmh in individual air-tight tim .
a dozen dainty flavon idtal for table.
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j . . ,' ' i n,'-..rij 'y - ,.mi
- ''ri.w' ".mi p WHSfirm
home. motoriiiB qr any other u
Jour Dealer. ,
RIGA, Latvia. Iec. 114. Biga,
which was known before the wa as
the pearl ot the. Baltic and rank.l
as Kussia's second port, is one of the
saddest monuntentsto the destruction
wrought by six years of ceaseless figh
tinir, much of which took place on the
soil of the governments of Livonia and
Half a million persons lived In Klga
oeiore tne war and over 4 large
lactones kept it busy ana prosperous.
.-ow mere are only about 200,000 in
habitants and less than a score ot
.ocioiies are operating. The empty
niieiiH ot various Industries stand
waning the return of machinery
"men tne Kussians shipped eastward
before the German advance. Lenine
"u irotzky promised to return all
Jj BrtlltairtCIMl H
Qko .choice ofpartiailarJxlh
the machinery which belonged to Jtus
shin subjetfts. But many ot the fact
ories were owned by foreign capital
ists and consequently cannot hope tu
recover their plants. .
Oreat rub'ber plunts, earshops, wood 1
working shops and saw mills stand j
Idle awaiting capital to buy mach
inery. The "river Dvlna and various
lakes and inlets lying about the city
are filled with logs. But there are no
mills to convert them into timber, no
shipsto carry them into foreign mark
ets. The docks are idle. Few trains
operate and those are fired with wood.
Quality PRINTING ar Reasonable Prices-
East Oregonian Printing Department.
Certain foods, those
rich in vitamins,
are more useful
is replete with those
elements that determine
growth and strenjjth.
Scott Bone.RlnntiM N J. 20-17
REV. WF. CRAFTS
WASHINGTON Her - Wilbur j
F. Crafts Is auperinlmdenl and I
trenfurr of the International Re
orot Bureau, which will bold n
convention in Washington ec. i,
to 10. Piscusnioa of the District
of Columbia bleo-law, it Is he.
lieved, will lead I the ennvention
backlnit the nation-wide tnove-l
mtni for "siulesa Sabbaths." - '
Children,tpc ,; .' Adults, 35c
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1 l tie tiifiite wie iiiiKinicni 'i " I I mr
The characters real folks out of a
real town in America today!
The story the life drama: of men
and women who fell under the power
of a selfish woman and then found
release and happiness.
A melodrama, a romance, and a
thrillina spectacle all in one supreme
af ' production. ' f "
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