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DAILV EAST OUEG0N1AN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 4, 102i.
"TIIK ItlKtMUt ;" AT Till:
TAsTIMi; Tlli:TliK TOHAY
Hoy Hunt. Ilnco Uallin wns especial
ly vniiiiprtl ( tkwiirn mm of the set
tings, xvhirh ar rmitiutcivrt among the
most rvmai kiihle ever filmed.
SHOWN' IlKUK TODAY
On of bf must Kinol.v phntmtramiH
ever offeree thr public Ih "The "toom
rrMnp," whli h i. lis h story i f nhsnili
Ing Interim nnrt ilcnls with disatisfle;!
labor, love it ml ImrlKiie. Its sewn
,t.-p arc pHoknl full of the srt f o-j "IVu-lor. Ite.lroom nnd Hath," the
tlon and liam.it I.-!, that will hold your j sereon far,- which sots forth the trllui
Bttcntlon fron.hecnnm K to end, for It j huion nd misadventures of a model
" snien ny n man no Knows his hns.-)nnrt
, inject thoroughly. Williuti Hamilton
4'Klioriic, nuthor of many "host sellers"
nd mac'isdne stories. In "The Boom-
frantt"' yon will nee that sterling actor
Jienry It. 1A nith.ill, in one of his great
fft roles. He is supported by a care
fully selected cas-t, including SIol
lionrne Miowell, Nina Byron.. Helen
Jerome Kddy, NIrvI IV Itruillier and
I.loyd Whitlocli. "The KoomernnR''
Ik present ed at the rasttnie Theatre
for a limited encasement only. lon't
fail to see It,
l'M'MSH .MTXHt NOltMVS
I.KAW IX -!HtADi:i WOMAN"
who won his wife under a
falsa pretense of dovllishtieRs, is sched
uled for its local showing today at the
For one of the lonjrost and most hi
larious seasons a comedy has everJ
known, "Parlor, Itedroom and Bath,"
written hy C. W. Hell and Mark Sw an,
nnd produced in the theatre by A. a.
Woods, convulsed New York; and
those who have had the opportunity
of Rrchig pre-release showlnRs of the
i rodnetion in pictures, with an alt-star
oast, assert-! that the play has gained
rather than lost in hilarity in the
translation to the silver sheet.
Percy Marmont, the Knslish actor,
Ik Norma Talmadse's leading man in
her latest first National picture, "The
Branded Wrman," which" will be
wrerned at the Arcade Theatre, com
tvencins today. Other members of the
cast are well known lishts of the cine
ma world, including Vincent Serrano,
tteorue Fawcettt Grace Studdiftird,
Gaston Glass. Jean Armour, Edna
Murphy, T. J. Carvil, Charles Lane.
Sidney Herbert, Edouard Jlurand and
Henrietta Floyd. The production is
founded on Oliver D. Bailey's famous
rtase play. Branded," having been
adapted to the screen y Anita Loos and
Allert Parker. It was directed by Al
bert Parker end photocraphed by J I perhaps fatally wounded.
. STOCKYAKDS TO BE SOLD.
WASHINGTON. Feb. 3. (U. P.)
FKsposal of the stockyards owned by
tne ChicaKo packers will bo insisted
upon without delay when the case
comes tip for a hearing February 8
in the district court here. ' Assistant
District Attorney Galloway said. " Jus
tice department will fight any delays
soucht by the packers,"' he added.
'The case now has been in the courts
for a year without settlement."
MAIL rLAXE C1LVSHES TO EAHTII
ST. TAIL, Feb. 4. (V. P.) A mail
airplane en route from the Twin Cities
to Chicago, fell near Mcuuuua. Minn.
J. F. Stewart, pilot, was instantly K !l-
el. George Sampson, mechanic . was
The Use oP
is increasing year hy year
A superior table drink,
easily made, better for.
at lower cost.
Sold hy grocers
r.T- 5gSlag,AT ' ' ' in
" lv Aji
fhqrtens Pancake Preparation iO '
I70R hasty, but tasty breakfasts V -rf'tOtSli' l hdn I
,r vise Olympic Pancake Flour. v4'"j flvt" " ... ' ":M p EM
Add water or milk, mix and cook. .otv4W "iX "Sl
The OLYMPIC Lint mrfcjg your " J'P Y- "?
r-', Aieoritt certal sanitarily milUtt . 'UJ, VS'r
I pacl&d. wrapped and teakd, Vi " , i r
1 ' r-.-rr4
ESENCE OF Wi
Charles G. Dawes Tells Investi
gating Committee That
Army Supply Was Hindered
. by Partisan Politics in War
WASHINGTON, Feb. 4 A. P.)
Charles G. Dawes, former head of the
army supply procurement service in
France told the investhjating com
mittee their work was rendered use
less through injection of partisan
politics. "You cannot put a blotch on
the army. What the h - did wo 4?o
to war for to steal? It was not re
publican or democratic it was an
American war. yet as a rule these
committees try to bring In partisan
Many women were at the hearing
but the general swore constantly.
FRANCE AGAIN TIGHTENS
SCREWS ON GERMANY
PARIS, Feb. 4. (F. P.) France
has again tightened the screws on
Germany with a threat of u special
customs taxes to be inaugurated if
Gonnar.y refuses to accept the n -partitions
demands of the atlies.
GOLF CLUB INCREASE
Uainrull is .13 iix-Ii.
February 'starts the month with .15
of an inch of ruin. The maximum,
savs Maior Moorhouse. weather ob
server, is 42, the monlmum 35 and the!
barometer registers 29.42.
A campaign to increasr the active
membershiii of lVmlleum Uolf Club
will bo kiimrheri within a fuw days
accot!i;i to irciubers of the dub. A
bftrfinfc-w nnt'tin to conhlcr mich
.steps, us v.eti as to eb-ct officers foi
h t( t)' held Friday evening at
7:30 In it- Comnieubii Assodulim.
rooms in ;bc Klks btiiltltng.
"ICvery membor & mottibrr"
probably will be the slogan and epi
tome of the campaign. The dub now
lias a fair siud membership but hi.-s
facilities for several addilionrtl play
ers. The proposed campaign do not i
iiuiuue or.y lowering or niitiatio i tee
nor otiie.' fee;, iiibmbcrs s;iy.
I sell at my place at IMissio n (Agency)
scribed property and stock
the following de-on
10 Fresnoes 24 Iron Cots and Springs
4 Heavy Road Plows 24 Matresses
22 Sets Lead Bars ' 117 Quilts
lAnvU and Blower 40 Pair Double Blankets
, i, , ... rr , 2 Cooking Ranges
1 Set Blacksmith Tools
, , n Large Amount of Cooking Utensils
1 Set Taps and Dyes
30 Picks and Shovels j inch tvyo.bottom Gang piow
2 Wagons j y.Jnch Blade.
1 Wheat Rack 1' 12 Year Old Brood Maxe, 1400 lbs.
1 Water Tank 1 9 Year Old Mare, 1200 lbs.
1 Grindstone ,. 17 Year Old Horse, 1300 lbs.
2 Gas Drums 2 4 Year Old Mules (broke) 2300 lbs.
2 Log Chains "7 2 4 Year Old Mules (unbroke) 2200
8 Tents 12x11 . lbs. , .
Sale Starts at I P. M.
All sums under 850.00 cash; over $50.00 banbkablc notes
paying 8 per cent interest.
NEWSIES ON ' .
SHE CAUSE n
RAX FHAKCtSCO, Feb. 4. (L. P.)
Police Captain Goff was hit over the
head and one :irrest was uutile in a
BerieH of small-sized riots "which at
tended the unorganized strike of news
boys here last night and early today.
Tho strike was directed agaiiM the in
crease nf fifty cents per hundred in the
whole sale price of the Chronicle and.
Examiner, mornin? newspapers. Tin)
newsies, in several instances, took pa
pers from hoys who were selling them
and made bonfires. ,
(East Orcgonian Special.) -
r.OAKDMAX, Feb. 4. The overhead
bridge across the Coyotp cut-off cast
of earner on tho I'nliiniblit hlKhway
will be opt'n for traffic next week. This
lll cut out the only re tour on this suc
tion of the highway.
"Tarry Murchie Is constructliiK a -business
block on his lot on Main St., In
responco to a demand' for more store
facilities. Mr. .Murchie. stajes that ho
already has a tenant.
Coardman will send a good Jclcun
tion to the organization niei'this of the
I'ntatlUa I'mver Site association at
I "endleton on Kel). nth. Another delo
Kation Is planniiv tt trip to I'rosser in
tho Interests of u ferry across the Co
lumbia at Bo.irdnmn and a road cun
nectinif Hoardman and I'rosser.
Tho Hoard of directors of the Co
lumbia l!:tsin Hay Growers" Assoela
tiin met in Hoardman on .Monday. The
orsanizaiion will become effective In
timo to handle tho next season's crop.
lA bug meetini? is planned at Hermls
I ton on the 5lh. All the members and
their families are Invited to a basket
picnic. Imported s)n aktrs have teen
euiiped for the occasion.
A. V. Mow of Timber, has purchased
I 40 acres of tho Clco. C. Howard place
j en the east side. Ho will erect a hutld
"nl bring his family as soon as !t
Miss Frances Htebo, who has hail
charne of tho donfr'sic stdenco and art
work of the Hoardman schocds has re
signed and her place has been succeed
ed by Mrs. Ida S. M.ison of Portland.
Mrs. Mason will also supervise the
drawing work for the pr.'ides. -
IXWAX HI 1,1, CIT
WA.SH'XGTOX, Feb. 4. '(A. P.)
Items igeregating about f 2,000,000,
stricken from tho Indian appropriation
bill hy the house on points of orde
were restored today by tho senate In.
dlan committee In reporting the bill to
the senate. The bill as reported car
ries about 13,000,000.
PRINCE AT FIGHT
Fred R. Young, Owner
COL. W. F. Y01LMCA, Auct.
NEW YOliK, I'ub. 4. (A. P.) Fol
lowing reports that the Standard Oil
company Is planning a. ten percent
wage reduction in all parts of the I'nlt
ed Htates the employes and refineries
of new Jersey hate accepted a volun
tary reduction oC the cost of living
bonus, equivalent to a 10 percent cut.
rjHH?1 &;rTwony the men
i'SsHft - wfio works 'ma
i i '
" l ,,"N" I f
The Prince of Wales seldom I
posse up a kooA light or a good'
cigar, either! This snapshot was
made at the recent Wilde-Herman .
Hfht In London. . 1
Dr. K. J. York, tho Chinese Spe.
clali.st has 8vent years In study and
' research work, both In China and
this country, thus enabling him to
treat any acute and chronlo disease i
of men and women.
He uses only curative Chines
roots and herbs as a means of treat
ing diseases known to human be
ings. These remedlos have been used
toe many generations and have
been given credit by patients using
Anyone who may be suffering
can call to see him,
K. J. VOItK CIllMiSE MEDICINE
No. 421 W. rtose St.
Walla Walla, Wash.
Dr. Lynn K. Blakeslce
Chronic-and Nervous Diseases, and
Diseases of Women. X-Ituy Klcctrlc
Corine & Olive
Singing, Talking and Danciiur, featuring Little Olive
the I5aby Vamp ,
- Eccentric Jazz 'Fiend !
mi If ilk? J &?M&.
j mode you believe 1
' Wfnfft, ch you think
he could beV.
CJuse ojv seme cfUtejqjeslant dtfdiej. asneif
ALL STAR CAST
Gvotn tlx famousBrori-Mif Shie Coteiit sueicsi by
G.W. ULLh an A i-lAtVfv c wjm
Qjs for the answc&nfclie ds. .to, somtbshl toifhl.
cvcrlicar, better tet lief you. on Vie eenett.,
LZhPUd h JUNE MAIHIS and A?.
Tinted by EDWARD DILLON
Mack Sennett Comedy
"THE FIRESIDE BREWER"
Look Out for Rheumatism
As Winter Approaches
So wany cases of Rheumatism I
come from a tiny disease genu that
iafests tho blood, that physicians
are bejrinninjr to repibe that this
source of the disease is becoming
quite prevalent. Of course a dis
ease that ha its source in the
blood cannot be reached by local
remedies applied to the surface
One remedy that has given splen
did results in the treatment of
Rheumatism is S.S.S., the fine old
blood remedy that has been sold by
dnifrgists for more than fifty years.
S.S.S. acts by driving out of the
blood tha disease jrerm that causes
Khrnimatism, thus afTortiin(r real
Begin taking S.S.S. today and if
you will write a complete history
of your case, our medical director
will givo you ex-jert advice, with
out charge. Address Chief Medical
Adviser, 151 Swift Laboratory, At.
JOSEPH M. SCHENCK
: IN ' -M.
"The Branded Woman"
Directed by Albert Parser
THE STORY OF A HEAVEN FOR THREE
THAT, HUNG ON A THREAD
The Soul of Purity dragged in the mire of a mother's
fEr" U -e .-,ew.ek'd 8l0-,Ki of degredation
fought this beaut.iul gir ; ,nto the arms of the man she
Lo rl0ff",,d the ?Ca,rlct "hame- the hideoua blot of thtf
past tv-as to be washed away with tears and Faith.
A First National Attraction