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DAILY TAST 0REG0N1A3ST, PENDLETON,OEEC,0N, w n .Tt?E3DAY'EVENING, JANUARY 11,1 02 IT
H ItlHA K HKAtTY PICKS
JtOI.I': OF ti.VMISl.TIl ;P,I.
Ail the mnft famous and richest
woman In Monte Carlo, Katherino
Mncronld, whose, pasl motion pl tnro
success and feminine charms have
earned her the tlllc of "the American
fccauty." Is seen !n "Passions Play
ground," adapted from the world fnm
oiiii story "The 3uesls of Hercules,'' ly
C. N". and A. M. Williamson, nmf which
will be shown ut tho Arcade Th'iatre,
It has hcen sal. I that no other hook
dealing with the royalty anil wealthy
person., who frequent the famous I
KnmHIng resort ni:d)io rxncrlencca
they encounter there has been us fav-!
"Got-Rlch-QuicK Walllngford" sorlca
rapid moving. Interest ImUlin.v, Licaih
It Is no wonder, then, tli.it when thij
nvo master 'writers oon une reice, ok
r.eu )' me punllc as The ' thev have, in Trnn,,.r i.,i,,n,i ih..
.uois of Hercules." The novelty of rent special Vltugrnph. scrovn prodne
tne picture cnil-races the story of a J lion, to be shown at the Alia theater
oiivem nil! whose groat winninss be- today, the result should he a dramatic
onie me fcoip or .Monte Carlo. Aa- offortinr of rase Dower and beanie.
The absorbing story was written by
Mary CJrant, the ronvent girl, Kulher
ine Macloinil,i has a role of exception
al dramatic value.
MARK Dili 1II.M
l.ouveneur Morris, adapted for the
serpen by Rudolph do Cordova and
cdiled by Mr. and Mrs. Chester, To
make sure that the production would
live tip to the standards set by, the
writers, the direction was put into the
capable hands of Tom Terrls. who has
done nothing better than this big spp
flouvrtvnr Morris is famous for his! , "'l H acting was taken care of
cales of love and adventure stirring,
i Tivid and true to life.
, Genre Randolph Chester Is equally
tinted for his stories, sjpch ns the
Nose Flute Is Latest
by a 'wonderful company, headed by
Marguerite lie 1m Motto and Wallace
An airplane accident in a terrific
thunderstorm, a fight for life and the
girl on a chiff's edge ore but two ot
I the daring and thrilling episodes which
! feature tho production. It iR a pic
ture which cannot well be mlssedw.
The hiTcntor cf this remarkabM Instrument ts Walter C Cham
fcers. a U. S. soldier stationed in the Philippines It ts the latest ad
dition to the strange Instruments ot jazz and is called a fcamboo saxo
phone or nose Onto. It's made of ban; boo snd nnrbod vhet en tm
tnoe can play it. A cap fits over the nose. Then the player hums
with the mr.uUi closed.
UNITED KINGDOM HAS NEW
STANDARD OF COINAGE
LONDON. .Tan. 11. (A. !.) A new
standard of silver coinage has Just
heVn put Into effect in the United
Kingdom because of the great Increase
In the value of sliver.
New sixpences, shillings, florins and
half-crowns, now only contain one
half of pure silver Instead of 37-40th
as heretofore. . '
A larger admixture of alloy became
necessary when the old coins became
worth more than their face value.
Tho new coins are harder, and are
Kill That Cold With
CASCARA $F QUININE
FOR '5 AND
Colds, Coughs OM L Grippe
Neglix.1ed Ccldo are Dangerous .
Take no chanrea. Kee th'.u c:ur.(ird romedy handy for the first snceit.
ftrsaka up a cc'.d in 24 hours Relieves
Grippa la 3 Cays Excellent for HMdache
Quinine in this form uoea not affect the head Cascara is best Tonic
Laxative No,Opiato in I A. Is.
ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT
OREGON ; THEATRE
Wednesday, January 12
RETURN OF THE PERENNIAL FAVORITE,
' h. 1
ADAMS, Jan. !11. TV I. O. O. F.
lortsre had their yearly supper on Sat
urday evening at 8 p. m. at tho I. O.
O. F. hall. The opening address a;
by T. A,L!ctinllcn, a solo was given by
Wilma and Helen lioyer, ''Abldo With
Me." (liber numbers were: Solo by
Mrs. .Charles Hunch; reading, Doris
T.ietl.i Men ' rivoHnir M.n-rnr Vn-nr,!-
expected to outlast the old ones, which ; r(adi,1(? clyi)c hc, -Stomach W hy
tlcully by thelf flockw. Seventy-flvu
petcenl of the sheep In Algeria hnv
died as a result of the drought an, I
tho Arab "Drinkers of Sunshine,"
dreamers and philosophers, ineapulile
of any work but that of guarding their
flocks aro In Ulro straights.
(Governor tieneral Abel of Alfierla,
has left for I'uria to ask the govern
ment to arrange, for the importation
of wheat from America or Argentina,
to tide tho people over the crisis.
aro being called in and will bo minted
into new currency.
WtDont They Go Back?
"Why is it that thousands
who Qiait coffee years ago'
for Postum r.ate continued
using Po stum ever since?
These people could Lave gone
tack to coffee if they had want
ed to. But they found Postum
tote a satisfying table-drink
with a delightful coffee -like
flavor, and entirely healthful .'
If coffee disagrees, try
'aik V Fostrari Cereal CoJixcrBttle Creek, Mich.
'' n i - X- it
A Romance of Monte
Do You Act So." Solo, Kehekuh
Kembler, "The Mars and The .stripes."
Southern court by hije character.
Judse, Carl Christian: overseer and
police, Charley pupuis; prisoner!',
liallh Wallan, any Myloy, Mr. and
Mrs. Lnrabee and Jessie Lieuallen. All
urt ssed up cs colored people; a trio of
the Kirby sisters. Thoce who nttend
ed were Mr. and Mrs. T. A. i.leuallen,
Mr. and Mrs. OUts I.ieuallen, Mr. nnd
Mrs. I K Ueiiitllen and lenu ttnd
Doris, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Spencer. Mr.
and Mrs. Gladys Spencer and children,
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hales( Mrs. Jan
Wallan, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wallan.
Mrs. C. Darr, Kmitt Darr, A. M. Coffy,
l'erthti and Laura McFarlaud, Anna
liaker. Alma Jtathews, Mr. nnd Mrs.
.Mclntyre of Athena; Gwendolyn Mo-
.inj'i tin mill iinni.tv .....in,
Mrs. and Mrs. Dan Mclntyre, Mr. anil
Mrs. Charles Oremniell of Helix; Mr.
and Mrs. G. M. Morrison ltolaiul (leral
dine and Iloberta; Clifford Holdman
ot l'eiulleton, Marion llosj ot rendie
ton. Miss 11a Blake, Helen lllake, Ivan
Blake, Miss Wilma Buyer, Helen Buy
er, Hazel Angler, Clareece Powel.
Uoyd Eaton, Mr. and Mrs. Will Boy
er, Mr. and Mrs. Evard McCallom and
ihiidifn, Mr. nnd Mrs. Alex McKenzle
and daiiiihter Cadiene; Mr. arfd Mrs.
Jick Mybov, Mrs. Bertha Kembler and
children. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dupuis
and daughters Irene and Frances, Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Christian and daughter
Lena, Mr. and Mrs. Larabee, and hoys,
Mr. and Mrs. Crawford and children,
Ferre Carolhers, Mr. and Mrs. F. M.
Whitcly, Mr. and- Mrs. Charles shall
and children, Mrs. Leso, Mr. and Mrs.
Hoy Devoain and children. .Supper
was served by the I. O. O. F. men of
ham sandwiches, coffee, ph-kles and
cake to 150 people. Games wer play
ed and all enjoyed the evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan McOntlre, left
Monday for Portland to visit -with
relatives and friends after remaining i
for the holidays with his pa-ents, Mr,
and Mrs. Malcom Mclntire of Athena.
" Itev. Hall of Athena preached In the
Adams church Sunday to a good audl-
Mr. and Mrs. Otho Stoll and children
of Pendleton were the guests of his sis
ter Mrs. Nelson Sunday and Mrs. Nel
son of Pendleton was the guest of her
son over Sunday at Adams.
Laurence nnd Dan Mclntyre of Helix
motored to Adams Tuesday to attend
the K. of . lodge and help put on the
third degree. j
Sulirnn neimer of Pendleton motor
ed to Adams Tuesday to attend K. of
P. Lodge. '
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Coffy and chil
dren of i'reseot, Wash., ore the guests
or Mr. and Mrs. J. Coffy for the weci
John Pierie came to Adams today to
do some shopping.
F. M. Whitely and Kvanl McCollem
were in Pendleton Thursday.
Clint Haloomb and mother and sis
ter Mrs. Pain and Ross Pnln rnotorod
to Pendleton today on business.
Mrs. John Spencer was amons the
Pend!clo,n visitors Thursday.
Will Bunch was In Pendleton today.
i G. M. Morrison motored to Pendle
Mrs. Dave Stone ..was tn renmeion
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Metiallen motor
ed to l'eiulleton Saturday.
Peter Mclntyre of Athena was a
Pmdleton visitor Monday.
Clifford Holdman of Pendleton wns
the guest of Kolund Morrison over
Sunday. ; '
Miss Marion Boss of Pendleton Tvas
the g'lest of Miss Geraidlne Morrison
Mr. and Mrs. Will Hoyer and daugh
ters Wilma and Helen motored to Ad
ams Sunday to attend church.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wallan motored
In from their ranch Sunday; and were
theV guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chernot for
Mr. and Mrs. Dupuis motored to Afl
Mrs. Mortimore and Mrs. Dehor!,
nnd daughter spent Sunday with
friends in Pendleton.
S 6 Richard, Walton Tully
EETTK THAI TMFH J
J Amies Favorite Drama -lJ
EXCEPTIONAL CAST WITH FLORENCE ROCKWELL
AND THE FAMOUS SINGING HAWAIIANS
SEATS ON SALE FRIDAY AT THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
PRICES $2.00, $1.50, $1.00. plus tax MAIL ORDERS NOW
Now is Ihe time to have that car
0. E. HOLDMAN AUTO CO.
We do paiitingr.
Alta an'tl Cottonwood Sts.
Phone 16 "
Children, 10c ' . Adults, 35c
INTERMINGLING NEW YORK SOCIETY LIFE WITH LIFE ON A
ALrilKRR, Jan. 11. (A. P.i
Drlnkers of Sunshine," ns the
shepherds call themselves in their own
language are on the verge of starvation
'iir-uth'iiit AiReilk and unless wliea'
is Imported from Amerira may have;
r.othlng but sunshine ns a sternly illet
(luring the winter. The threatening'
famine in Algeria Is the, result of a;
long drought. No rain has fallen for a j
This has proved a calamity for the
J Arab shepherds, noninds living prac-
tirvvft lvU JV- ,s II l it
. j 'Mu s,;'. '.y .
A TOM TERRY PRODUCTION
FROM THE STORY BY .
Thrill Follow Thrill in Rapid Succession.
HALLROOM BOYS IN ''STUNG AGAIN"