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DAILY EAST MIEGONIAN," PENDLETON;: OREGON,:;'. TUESDAY EVENING JANUARY .'4f
Kill That Cold With
CASCARA 111 QUININE
'r'M raw fn
it AbVlSvliLH W
I'raiNloii Kvaiut ami ;ortrtulo Walters ill a scene fnmi
ul the On-son Theater. Wcrtttcxlny K cuing.
The- Bird of l'iiruili
ALT A TODAY
tiik iinin or PAUAmsE
Like Tennyson's "brook," '"The Bird
f rarnfJIs4."1 The TtiUy drama of the
r Hawaiian Islam., which comes to the
: Oresron Th(-atr Wednesday Jan. 12,
has l-wnme perennial. It is surpris-
' ino- lion- it mvvtifl tli thoafrial ..Ion
A timely proloRiie precedes the inn in v ..,, i i .
.. . , , . oy its continued box office success. It
union in the O-orev Me ftr,i rodvu , , -
m ..r ,,- . i makes a fortune each year. It never
Uon f Th a olf. which cim. :l!i3 the 1)eIlefjt x York success
mg to the Alta Th.v.tre today ami h,nvPV),r. outslclP Xow Yrli it
makes whaj follows more Mnfc.ng ana !mprrilv wav ..The OM
prolosue rcprest-nta ' ,, ...V!11, ,w.
f'tre it, nnd it is the owners opinion
i that it vill go on indefinitely.
-ska avoi.v 0, nsoi.oiiii:
Tii-i; ;irsr Milfiml Pnxiiii-iinn With;
JV lit I nrel
the Hall of Nations, -where the nations
of the earth nie all striving to gain the
er of the world, n harassed little man
in the centre. A group of urchins, rep- Pessis V'.irrisscale, I.enore I'lrie and
resentintr the nations horn orit of ihej several others have won fame in the
preat war, engaRe in a violent ijuar-Jrole of Luana, which might be called
rel. The spirit of violence or mob ( an American idi a of a Hawaiian vam
rule is effectivvly illostrated md thejpire. Florence T'.ockwell, an txperi
Qiiesfion is frankly put. "Vill violence e iued actress of the stave, this season's
ever cure the woes of the world .'" 'Luna, will present a new personation
of the Hawaiian princess. Miss Ttock
j well wit! he remt-mherod here in tho
j support of JFlohort R. Muntell, Henry
M Miller. Gny Rites I'ost, Nat (Goodwin,
,and Macklyn Arhuckle. She went to
This is a close tie-up with Jack Lon
don's thrilling story, as the centra!
character. "Wolf' Larson, it will be
remembered, argued for the doctrine
. j , ' ' , t," Australia two years apo, and there i:
ruled with an iron hand. Noah Beery ' . , , , , .
graphically portrays the role of
Wolf," and the rest of the cast is or
high merit. Ocorgc Molford directed..
is said, won the
! cmotionai- aetres
' to the antipodes. '
title of "the finest
America had sent
, N --glocte J Colda are Dangerous
Tk no chances. Keep thu ctandatd remedy handy for the fintt sneeze.
Ercaka up a cold in 24 hours Relieves
Grippe i:i 3 uaya Excellent for Headache
(Jtinine in this form Coes not affect the head Cascara ia best Tonic
l.axatiw No Opi.i:o in lull's. '
ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT
Ftronser und inter-reserve narrowing
In purt linnidaled. With li("idatlon
of loans at the members hanks begin-nine-
the board forecast better conditions.
Pt)ini.M AM) SPOKANF.
iuiwi.i i:s w in, roMPin i-:
I day, January 23. A purse of $1,000
u ill 1)e offered as tho prize.
H' I PITIVUHAV Y- 1 i . 1 .
- O...V, Jn. ,. ,., , POIITI.A.NI). Ore.. Jan. (A. P.)
fur.m-r declines n price, coupieuwi.rt...;iovvlis tp,ma ()f ,,,,, am;
' " ' Spokane are to meet in a two-game
.'.-Kress "" match. The first half of the match
.eaojiisimem ourmp a.coen...er. ac-,wU, h(.,(, ,u s kanp jjund.iv Jan
crdlns to the federal reserve board.. aa le ,.lst half nPrp Slln.
was placed at 8 1-2 per cent by the!
board which added that the deci-f as !
was mainly confined to commodities i
which had shown a decline previously
lather than an extension of price cut
ting to other industries.
The decline was reported most
marked in agricultural products, tex
tiles, hides, leather and iron and steel
products, while coal, petroleum, aaso
I'ne, paper, brick and cement remained
largely unaffected. Home reductions
were reported in the open market In
the latter group, the hoard said, hut
contract prices appeared to be little
ftcduced h"siness activity, the hoard
stated, cut operations in many lines' r ' chew, just place a harmless Xo
from to 75 per cent of normal and jTo-Pac tablet In your mouth instead,
brouyht unemployment. The shrink- tf help relieve that awful desire,
ajre of demand, the board reported, j Shortly the hublt may be completely
also was responsible for wage cuts asjbrken, and you are better off mental
f - -TOBACCO
"No-To-Uac" has helped thousands
to, break the costly, nerve-shattering
tobacco habit. Whenever you have a
1. nglng for a cigarette, cigar, pipe,
high as 25 per cent.
Jly, physically, financially. It's so easy
Ranking power was well maintained, i so simple, (let a box of No-To-Ilac
the "board asserted, normal credit ac-j"nl-ir it dosen t release you from all
commodation extended to legitimate
business, the reserve ratio growing
craving for tobacco in any form, your
druggist will refund your money
save Yoi nsrxp t
"Cold la the Head"
it an acute tuck of Nasal Catarrh. Per.
In the head" will find that the use of i by having your Raw Fur made Into
HALL'S CATAHRH MEDICINE will j HE FCHS
build up the System, cleanse the Blood! , . ' 3 A,
er.J render them less liable to colua. at our Plaie? At the same time youi
Repeated attacks of Acute Catarrh may; old ones ren-.odeled, repaired, cleaned
en internally and acts through the Blood ara r'fcnt- L,11
on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. T.tTIDRRMY
All Druggists 15c Testimonials Jree. we moirit anything from a fly to an
iOC.OO for any ease of cntr.rrh that -.-nhnnt
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE will not elephant.
cure. M. H. MOITR
r. 1. Cheney 4 Co., Toledo, Ohio. Spokane, Wash. a Bernard St, So.
Write about our deer head contest
L ulu iunniuiiinuj
ARE-RED VAR PLUNDER
LIBAI. Latvia, Jan. 4 A- P)
Tho appearance of the shop windows
hero indicate that the Libau trades
men have received some of tho plund
er taken by the various armies that
have swept over the Baltic statea.
They are piled high with antique fur
niture from country estates. Statuary.
silver and tronze ornaments, silver-j
ware and jewelry also abound in the
commission houses. i
English dealers in antiques overran j
the Baltic states after they first freed j
themselves of the Bolshevik regime j
and picked up much of the valuable
furniture and jewels, oriental rugs ana'
old silver. Consequently tH shops j
nrw offer fewer rare pieces than the i
did a year ago. i
Besides the war loot, the shops carry
an amazing lot of second 1iand wart,
which were tho property of persons ;
Impoverished by war who must now i
convert them into money. Luxuries'
went first but now furs, fur coats and '
till sons of wearing apparel are being j
sold in the shops. These stores look ;
like American rummage sales. j
It is common for prosperous look-
Ing strangers who are inspecting shop j
windows to be approached by owners
of rare old furniture or works of art
who desire to offer their precious pos
sessions at private sale without the
humiliation of placing them on sale
w-here their friends will recognize
v-.c, erf T .u p--e much the
Hint 13 tfioso In r.lpa,' Windau and
i j j.to.'tiu-and Lithuania. Con- j
riitions were, the same in Moscow and j
I'etrograd until the Soviet government i
clow-d all the private shops, seized j
their sto ks and forbade trade which j
was not conducted by the govern- j
Fun at the ARCADE Today
A FIRST NATIONAL PICTURE
"IN SEARCH OF A SINNER"
Dr. K. J. York, the Chinese Rpe
cialist has spent years in siudy nnd
research work, both in China and
this country, thus enabling him to
treat any acute and chronic diseuse
of men and women.
He uses only, curative Chinese
roots and herbs as a means of treating-
diseases known to human be
ings. These remedies have been used
for many generations and have
been given credit by patients using
Anyone who may
can call to see him.
K. 1. YORK miVI.SE MFJUCIXK
Xo. 4-21 W. i:wo St.
Walla Wullu, Wash.
f - t 'I- 7. J
seek the lttihest interest
eempattble saf& -
ONEYthat is not actively
employed should be placed
vi Wn it will receive the
highest interest consistent with se
cui'itv. Our banking by mail plan
will give your money a chance to
grow. If you wish we will write you
more fully upon the matter.
. Dr. Lynn E. Blakes!ce DU. C. H. l)At
.'hronlo and Nervoua Dlseasea aad Ityslclao and fiurgeo
Jlseaaea wf Women. X-llAj Electro Ostenpatb
Therapeutic ; Rooma II and X Bmllh-Crawford
rempl Bid. Doom jj , Ilulldlag.
I Have "More Heat
I With Less Coal
Use Utah Coal, which is satisfying- more people
every day. a
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I ALTA , TODAY I
Adults, 35c "
Children, 10c .
DON'T CONFUSE THIS MASSIVE PRODUCTION OF "THE SEA
THE PICTURE MADE YEARS AGO
, This is the third time that the beloved Jack London's masterpiece has . been made
into a cinema drama. This production hai never been shown before, and so far sur
passes any previous film version of "The Sa Wolf as to make any comparison futile.
FIRST TIME HERE '
JOHN EMERSON ANITA
ROMEO AND JULIET,
THEY LIVED!' '
"CUPID AND PSYCHE,
THR HACI'E, .'an. 4.- 'A. 1
F-urope'g newest wherne for defraud
li.st is that, of selling siijip.-bed Itussi.-.n
t.wn j'veis. Knowbdge that some
very valuable liuswiari je'. try, confis
cated by tho Holshcviki has actually
i'.cn sold in Holland r"oem!y has
I.-rtiiiipteu a n'Jiote r of shrewd confi
c nc- rr.cn to take advantage of
Iniichmen desiring to buy Honiething
t r o n.
The Hague police swooped down th
cOh-c iuut cii a yroup of men in a
little cafe who, with tluir iinendei
vtciini, were iieKoilaring for the sab? of
SI ".jveail" neckhc.'s and sevcr?il pack
els of loow )!' ai ls'' jhich wi re whis
I ered to have been mirreplillously wnt
tu lMl.iiid from M.is".'' and, there
fore, were fiir sale cheap.
Only one of the necklaces was found
fo be uenulnr. All the oiht-rs. and al.M.
the lo-se p.-o kets, were made up t
Imitation pui. The real one, c-
rordlug to the police, was
)" A' 'N, .
v- i us L
I ,V lltos x4
'WHY CANT WE
(and they do!) ....
iJ,P!..;&x.. , !Ao .v'i..4J. -. ii ' ;cAx'ifH
COMEDY -"SHOULD HUSBANDS DANCE?"
Stormy passions nt war on
stormy seas Roar of the
gain and feuds of brawling
sailors Fog and wreck and
Over It all tho dauntless
hrute who ruled with his flsta
snd feared neither matt nor
Over the "Wolf in the
end, a triumph of young love.
A riiHirc as Great as
Adnntetf liy Will M. Itllrhpy
Cast. Also Paramount
Noah Beery, Mabel Juliene Scott and Tom Fcrman in the
"FATTY" ARBUCKLE COMEDY
THE FAMOUS HAROLD LLYOD IN "HIS ROYAL SLYNESS"
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