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PAIL? EAST OREflONlAtf, PENDLETON, OECON,' FKIDAY EVENlNOi FEBRUARY 11,1021.
BE QUiETAFFAIR, VViLL
ADULTS 35c. .
TAmC TllH PIPKU" A STOKY
OF Ul'K IN MV YOltK
New York, ovcr-chanRlns, . evor-
fascinating nnd soy, is tfin lociilo of
the latest lipni"K Kit7.nifiriee Vara-1
tininnt production, "Paying the riper,'!
which Kill be displayed at the Arcade'
Theatre today. It Is nn original story;
by (Hilda lierprro, who wrote the con- ,
tinult'y for that othrr FiUmaurire ;
masterpiece of Niw York, "On With"
the lianee," mid It possesses scenes, j
characters and situations Just as con-j
inrlnrly real as did its predecessor.
For 'Wayinfr the l'iper," the author-;
ess chose persons tvplcal of w York!
Wall f'tteet millionaires who havt, '
heartlessly marched to the top; their;
spoiled, reckless offspring; ambitious
hardworking professional people who
find their defeat or success in the Rreat
metropolis. Around them she has spun
a theme showing that money cannot
buy the happiness or the most dosirec
things of life.
lorothy Dickson, the famous danc
er, makes here screen delwit in this pic
ture. Others In the east include
Oeorsre Faweett, Knbert Schahle, Alma
Tell, Ilefinatd Denny and Itod L,'
ALT A TODAY
r.IG OIKII COMHliY IS
HI.I.KI) WITH LU'fJHS
Thrills and (nuihtcr are happily
comoined In Dorothy ;ish's latest
Paramount comedy, "The Ghost in the
Garret" which will bo shown at the
Alta theatre for two days betrtnninp
today. That this Is one of tho best
comedies in which Miss Gish has been
lodigeitioo, Sick Headache, Bilioui
urst, Bloating, Sour Stomach, Gat on
the Stomach, Bad Breath or other coe
ditioaa' earned by closed or irregultr
A wholoome and thoroughly cleansing
phytic mild and gentle in action.
Ta. B Ha-ard. UoIIa. Ca.: "I nd folcr
Caiaanic Tabirta five mc quicker relief iron
CMtaupaiiua Uiaa sovthjof I crr tried."
seen for many months nil her admirer?
will Rreo after they have seen Hit
Miss Gish, in the story, Is a pool
lrl w ho guvs to the home of her weal
thy uncle ami aunt, taking her dog nnd
parrot w ith her. The doir puis a fash
ionable party to rout nnd from that
moment the notion not permitted te
drag for an instant Then comes the
theft of a valuable pearl necklace by n
society crook who flees with his booty
to n haunted house where his pals are
in hiding', fining In pursuit of the thief
to protect her sweetheart w ho has been
arrested for the theft, she finally re
covers the Jewels after a series of
thrilling and laughable developments.
The charming star is excellently sup
ported In tho picture, her lending man
being William R. Park. The crook is
In the hands of May Gray. Others In
;he cast are downing Clark. Mrs. David
Uindaii,' Frank Fndsley, Tom Wake
("rank Hngney. William Nally nnd Por
ter strong. The picture was directed
by F. Uirhard Jones.
IH't'K JOXFS TO SHOW
IS A MVF.I.Y CHASE
The wildest ride that Yictorvllle,
Cal., once the headquarters of. the
toughest men the West has produced,
' 'as been in many years, was that of
Buck Jones, the Fox star, nnd Tat
Harmon in the making of "Firebrand
Trevision," on the great Verdo ranch.
The picture, adapted from a story by
Th irles Alden Peltwr and directed by
Thomas N. Heffron is shown at the
Pastime Theatre today. One scene
called for a ride of nearly a mile in
hich Harmon, as the villain, was pur
sued by Kuelt Jones. The villain on a
light pony, the fleetest of foot on the
ranch, was turned loose in a pasture
rome two miles in length lying fn
bottom along the Mojave river.
Buck, on Blondy, his sorrel horse,
fifteenhands high and weighing 1,000
pounds, thought he would have an
easy time to catch Harmon, as the
picture required; but the pony ran with
such speed that Buck had to chase him
for more than half a mile to get with
in shooting distance.
"Blondy is one of the fastest horses
I ever rode," said Buck, "but that pony
wire can travel."
Half the population if Victorvillo
was out to see the race, which furnish
e one of tha big thrills in "Flrehrand
Trevlson - ' '"'"STl
Says He Will See That Penrose
and Lodge Play Less Import
ant Part in Senate, Accord
ing to Some Solons.
ST. ACC.rSTINK, Fin.1, Feb. 11.
llardins will ride to the eapitol in an
autoinobiie without an escort its fast
as the speed laws of tho District of
Columbia will permit and1 return im
mediately to the white Jtousq nfter a
few appropriate remarks following hs
inauguration as president of tho Unit
ed States, ort March 4, he said, dis
cussing Inauguration plans'. There
will be no focinl function nt the white
house on inauguration day, ho declared.
'"I'm gelling past my father, brother
and sisters both for luncheon," he
said. "I may even do a little work;
maybe I'll appoint some of the faith
ful to office on that dty.
"My plans to organize n new ad
ministration group in the senate, in
which the old senate "oligarch"," In
cluding Looge and Penrose, will play
a less important part than formerly
is under way among senators especially
friendly to the president-elect it was
learned from a reliable source.
Harding, it was said, decided to
build up an organization of his own,
instead of allowing himself to be
placed under control of the older lead
1 iPti vma ism tlU
yj cMM m -IlilJlfi
tllll.DRKN 5c ADI I.TS 20c J
He w as 1wii, but never out I
Ho fought to the last ditch,
And then lie wont
THE SF.XSATIO OF TIIF. SCRF.EX
I"rcsnted by William Fox
A Western Romance of Stnrtlinu Speed and
Story by Chas. tkh-n Seltzer.
Directed by Thomas Ji. Heffron
SITE TO BE GIVEN
WASHINGTON, Feb. 11. (U. P.)
aenutor kail, of Deleware, presented
an amendment to the naval appropria
tion bill authorizing appropriation of
aoo.otvo tor the naval air station at
San Point was the acceptance of a gift
of 408 acres of land as a site.
SECT COLBY DECKS
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Eliminate the poisons. If
nature will not do it for you.
. help nature with a natural:
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Syrup Pepsin.Tako a teaspoon-'
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the results. There will be a
feeling of lightness, the eyes
will be bright and sparkling,
the lips red, the cheeks pink.
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin
is the recognized, standard
remedy for constipation, and it
i enmvtipatinn that gives wonten
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SHERIFF FORGETS DATE
OF NEGROE'S HANGING
Says There is Considerable
Misunderstanding as to What
Has Been Done But no Infor
mation Available Now.
WASHINGTON", Feb. 11. (f. p.)
f-ecretary Colby declined to send to the
senate foreign relations committee a
report from Amlaasador Morris on ne-
Kotiations with Ambassador -Shidehara.
of. Japan, concerning the California
land mand Immifrration questions. In
a letter sent to Senator Lodge, Colbj
said there was considerable misunder
standing regarding just what had been
done, he said there was no information
he could give the committee now.
Colby's letter, in effect, said there
was nothing definite to submit to tht
committee, although admitting that
the Morris-Shidehara rtegoiations had
been marked by substantial progress
towards a settlement.
NEW OliLEAXS, La., Feb. 11.
A. -P.) An opinion handed down to
day by Attorney General Corco defc
clured I.ounle Kuton, the negro whose
execution February 4, the date set.
was forgotten by tho jheriff of Oua
chita parish, may legally be hanged.
I'rior to the rendering of the opin
ion, many attorneys had contended
that because the negro's life had oner
been placed In jeopardy when the
governor fixed the date for execution,
and that date had arrived without u
reprieve, he could not now be legally
hanged, but was legally dead and
must be granted his freedom. I
The attorney general after setting
out that he could find nothing to fur
nish a basis for such arguments, and
then ruled that it would bo legal for
the governor to again fixe a date foi
the execution of tho negro, who W'a
conducted of the murder of Charles
MCQulller, 2. white planter, in 1917.
A movement has been started in th
state to have the death sentence rom
mutcd to life imprisonment.
SANDER VILLE, C.a., Feb. 11. (A.
I'.) Oconee, a town of 500 population,
was destroyed by a cyclone. yesterday.
Special relief trains were sent to aid
the sufferers. Many dcathc were re
TYPHI'S AMOXfJ ITALIANS
NEW YOltK, Feb. 11. (A. I'.)
Twenty cases of thphus were reported
among the steerage passengers of
si earner arriving from Italy.
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Production . iM ,A ' h ,
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With' DOROTHY DICICSOM.' f ( " lT' 7 I L 4 "tf f
ALMA TELL, GEORGE I l -.t f I Vv. f
A romance of New ' 'frjA ) V 1 T St. '
York's double life. V - A I t f 1
One wile, the glare t Tir'"' I I F - ' , -mV I
and glitter tho ' f V ; V ? h . 4 ? I
other, the chalk'iiffu ) I .f.'l rfjf Ij ! ?
and inspiration. ' ''.,' 1 m"' ' 1
Bray i fffA
Pidog-raph (f I f ' ' I
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C garcmount (Picture I I I J! '"' ' "'
Remember your first taste of
Icecream? Vum! Yum! You can
understand, then, why Mary)
Kanoweki Is grinning. It's the
first she ever tasted. The fee
cream party was given by tbe
"ollsh consul In New York for
Mary and other Polish Immigrant
children who UTe Just arrived, (d
$150,000 LOSS F
TACOMA, Feb. 11. (A. P.) A loss
estimated nt $1S(I,(I00 was caused lato
last night when the main mill of the
-Marine Company, on the enst side of
the bay was destroyed by fire. The
Marino plant has been operating night
and day, doing a large volume, of for
URCHIN OF 13 SWEARS
AT SCHOOL, SENT HOWIE,
" KILLS SELF ON TRACK
WOODLAND, Calif., Feb. 11. (U.
I'.) Henry Hawk, 13, was sent home
from school for swearing. Instead of
going home, he hid behind a whistling
post on the railroad right away until
a train appeared. Then he ran out
from his hiding place, put his head on
the rail, and was instantly killed.
There Was Nothing So Good
for Congestion and CoId3
But the old-fashioned mustard
plaster burned and blistered while it
acted. Get the relief and help that
mustard plasters gave, without the
plaster and without the blister.
Musterole, does it. It is a clean,
white ointment, made with oil of mus
tard. It is scientifically prepared, so
that it works wonders, and yet does
not blister the tenderest skin.
Gently massage Musterole in with the
-finger-tips. See how quickly it brings re
lief how speedily the pain disappears.
Use Musterole for sore throat, bron
chitis, tonsiiitis, croup, stiff neck,
asthma, neuralgia, headache, conges-'
lion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lumbago,
pains and aches of the back or joints,
sprains, sore muscles, bruises, chil
blains, frosted feet, colds of the chest
(jf often prevents pneumonia).
33c and 63c jars; hospital size $3.00
Dr. K. J. York, tho Chinese Bps
clalist lias spent years in study and
research work, both in China and
this country, thus enabling him to
treat any acute and chronic disease
of men and women.
He uses only curative Chinese
roots and herbs as a means of treat
ing diseases known to human be
ings. These remedies have been used
for" many generations and have
been given credit by patients iislng
Anyone who may be suffering
can call to see him.
K. i. YOltK CHI.VIiSE MI'HHOIXE
JS'O. 1 W. new St.
ValIa Wall. Wash,
NEWAUT FILM COMPANY'
(X (paramount (picture
With a parrot that swore
uihI a bulldog with lulling
teelh, she invuikd a haunted
house, on the trail of burg
lars. Desperate cut-throals who
.bore off the pearls that she
was licensed of stealing!
The rest is an orgy of thrills '
and laughs and shivers.
The "runniest girl on the
screen" In a picture thut
uiiia.'lics tho blues.
Fox Sunshine Comedy "A Light Weight Lover."
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