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DAILY EAST OEEGOMAN.f PENDLETOH, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 22, 1920.
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IN "TIIIK Plll.NCE CHAP'
William I Mllle Itansack HI
Friends' Studio to ITovide
Moat of the notion In William De
Mills' production, "The Prince Chap"
which will be on view at the Alta
Theatre today, take place In the Ho
hemnin colony of stritgglint artists
It fills the heed
When your doctor
decides that you need
you may rest assured 1
that he knows that it 1
will fill the need better
than anything else.
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In the Soho studio are shown and to
provided the moot realistic furnishings
for them, Mr. De MHle made full
use of hi entremely wide acqualnt
ii m e among artists.
dipped ruthlessly Into every stu
dio I could find," explained the pro
ducor, "picking up a little water col.
or here und an oil study there. I com
mandeered brans tea-kettles, pilfered
prlre chlnawore, took without com
punction the valued nans-Inns from
walls and windows, and even shame
lessly entered wardrobes and requisi
tioned comfortable, well worn coats,
caps and em cks."
The result Is that each studio In
The Prince Cnap ' is peneci .-
of "artful artlessness mm is airam
in reflect accurately tne cnaracier 01
ih. nersnn who occupies it. Thomas
Meighan is the featiirea piayer in mm
enneallng comedy,' ana i.na - i-.ee,
Kathlyn Williams, i neouoro nomuii
and Ann Forrest are also In the cast.
It is a Paramount Artcrart release.
iirvnoo VRXfiKANCB HITS
I'RKK liOVK KJfTHl'SIAST
The vengeance of a Hindoo, whose
bride had been wronged, Is realized
when he stabs to death Royal Blon
din, exponent of free love and mem
ber of Greenwich, villages nm
(wiasing to a thrilling climax Anita
Btewart s latest First National pic
ture, Harriet and the Piper," which
will be shown at the Arcade Theq-
tre, beginning, today. Miss Blew-
art plays the part of Harriet jneiu,
a. small town girl, who Is deluded
Into going through a free love mar
riage with Blondln, Hhe ' escape
from him tafter the ceremony, and
the tragic end of , the perfidious
Ulondln results in real happiness for
A BLUE RIBBON
A. C. Koeppert & Bros.
Prog Store That
(Bint Oregonlan Special.)
RdAHDMAN, Dec. 22.- Uoardman
'The Oatewoy to the Oreat John Day,"
has organised the John Day Develop
ment Ix-ague. The object of the or
ganization will be to promote In even
possible way the work of development
of the John Day Irrigation district and
Its activities will Include all phases
of publicity Including the annual bar
becue, co-operation with the directors
of the John Day Irrigation district and
the endeavor to enlist all towns In and
surrounding the district in the same
work. Officers chosen are S. If.
Bimrdman, president; A. . Cobb,
vice president; M. B. Blgns, secretary,
and W. A. Goodwin, A. L. Larson, and
C. II. Dlllabaugh, directors. All ot
the towns and cities In this section
will be asked to Bit in with the John
Day Development League by appoint
ing three directors to look after thi
league's activities In their respective
M. B. Signs, secretary-treasurer of
the Commercial Club will represent
Hoard man at the meeting nf Commer
cial secretaries, and the meeting ,of
the state Chamber of Commerce In
Portland Dec. 27-29 Inclusive.
The Jioardman Farm Bureau has
elected the following officers for the
ensuing year: C. H. Dillabaugh, pres
ident; A. -1 IJarsen, vice president,
and M. IJ. Signs, secretary-treasurer.
The family of O. Bnively, recently
purchasers of the Pastime, has arriv
ed and are occupying rooms In the
Dodd Block on Main St. Three chil
dren from this family have entered
school bringing excellent records with
them. There has also been enrolled
one pupil from the family of Charles
Dillon who recently purchased the Al
len Wilson place.
Mrs. J. It. Johnson returned Friday
from a trip to Portland . and . Vancouver.
Ocorge Tartlow accompanied his
mother to Vancouver, B. C. last week.
Pendleton. Wall Walla, Portland
Member of Chtceo Board of
Private Wires to all Exchanges
Room 'add Bid.
j High Lights. Amon Low Lights
QHRISTY COMEDY "CALL A COP"
10 VISIT RELATIVES
(F.ast Oregonlan Special.)
WESTON. Dec. 22. J. W. Jones
who is foreman of a bridge gang on the
Northern Pacific railroad In Montana,
Is here to spend Christmas with Mrs.
Jones, who resides in Weston.
Miss Anrja. Lavender, who is attend-;
Ing college, is Salem Is at home for the
After having a couple of days of
very foggy weather, Sunday evening
tho fog turned to a downfall of snow
1st Weston. By Monday evening tne
snow had reached a depth of about
five inches, but as the thermometer
registers barely below the freezing
point the snow mUrht turn to slush at
any time. .
Weston's publio schools will close
for the Christmas holidays on Thurs
day evening of this week.
The local committee, under the
chairmanship of J. A. Lumnden, start
ed In Monday to raise money for the
Kuropean sufferers in the Far East.
As Weston's quota is only ItOO, it Is
expected that the full amount will bo
Krnest Cooper of Troy, Idaho, a
former Weston farmer, was shaking
hands with old-time friends hers last
Fred Bennion, county agriculturalist,
was a business caller in Weston Mon
dav Lester Cnrlile and family of Hood
River are holiday guests of Mr. Car.
Itle's mother, Mrs. A. A. Kees.
: Children, 10c Adults, 35c
A Paramount Artcraft Picture
William De Mille's
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MONKEY COMEDY "A WILD NIGHT"
FOR CABINET POST
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WASHINGTON Henry C. Wal.
lace (above) and John R. Howard
(below), both ot Iowa, stand out
in the front ranks among those
mentioned as possibilities for
Harding's secretary of agricul
ture. Wallace is 5( and editor
and' publisher of Wallace's Farm
er and other farm periodicals.
Howard is it and president of the
American Fara Bureau Feder
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Tor a merry Christmas morning
What a fine start for Christmas
Day your steaming cup of FOL
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From the first taste - its smooth, uni
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But why not let your relatives and
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. If your friends have never before
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Stevens Lodge, Knights of Pythias,
held a social session on last Wednes
day evening at which the members
and their families were the guests.
Those who liked dancing were ac
commodated in the American Legion
hall. Games were enjoyed in the lodge
room until a late iour, after which a
bountiful lunch was serveB.
NIGHT RAIDS FAIL TO
HALT N. Y. CRIME WAVE
NEW YORK, Dec. 21. (A. P.)
"Night raids by police fail to stop
crime wave." .
Thus read neadlines in New York's
newspapers Inst night after what was
described as the first day of the most
sweeping roundup of crooks In the his
tory of New Yorks.
During the day amid numerous rob
beries, was listed on police records an
other murder by gunmen who Invaded
the Seaman's mission on tho water
front an shot and killed one man
while stealing J400.
But at the rollcall in police stations
this afternoon were read two orders
that indicated Commissioner Enright
intends to push the roundup to the
A typewriter is the most
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Who does not long for a way to make that true?
Well, there is such a way and many are finding it.
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