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ttoDk EVENING. MARCH 18, 1021. ' , ' 1 ';
DAILY EAST OftEGOlilAti, f&dtET6N, OHEG6N.
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A photoplay d'Herm? from the us
i't order, played In a 'iiilfti-r tempo
Nit 'With a jrreater voleme of real
dinma. t thi attrintlo:i promlt-ed In
Tim Point of 'ie," Kl.ilne Ham
mprnteln' ni plnrrmfi, vehicle for
Felr-nlolt JMctiircs. will o rtiown nt the
A)to theatre for tw days ln-isinnlng
Thl Ik a photoplay deputing the
troubleM can.''! a faulty hv the mnin-
! Joaeph J. piiwUnn has been seen In
wvfnil reeent V. V. Hodktnson re
leases. An "The Kentucky Colonel" In
the pho'.otday of that name produced
liv tn Nntii nnl Ktlm Corporation of
A morion, Mr. lwllni scored another
Hr success; as the uncle of the adven
turous Spalding Nelson (ployed by J.
i Warren Kerrinan) In "The House of
.Whispers," a Robert Brtmon produc
tion, this sterling actor has a sympa
thetic role; and as the fnther of Ijeo
, nore" Anderson; tho heroine of "The
tenanee of a bulwark of pride against Kidera of the Pawn, Mr. nowunK
the worldly trouble th.it besot them, jasmin deliphtod his hosts of. fidmirera.""
Haine Hmimrein portrays the role
of Marjory Tlinmcroft, who enters into
a lovelorn msrrlaire to further the am
httlons of her olmt brother, who
has dreams of bclnsr a King on the con.
cwit stKO. Alter u year Ktudyinn In
Firope bn. first performance proves 1
frost, and then the storm breaks.
Miss Iiimmerte1n is supported by a
capable cast, Inrludtn Rwkrlifre Fcj
lowa, Arthur Houseman, Huch Hmt
lev. Helen Umlroth, Cornish Teck and
Joseph J. Dowlinf. 'ho plays "Place
Houph" In Henjnmin K Hampton's
powerful photodrama, "The I". 1".
Trail," the Hodklmmn-releasert feature
which is the chief tc. ruction at the
Arcade theatre, is perhaps the most
phturevrtie veteran of the stage mm
ncreen. His experience in things the
atrical heuan before tho Civil War, ann
bis only vacation from the stave and
later the screen was when he served
. drummer boy in tho ereat struBsio. I
lfe played in tlrand Opera severnl I
years; and in stock In "Henry the i
Fifth;" and at the zenith of his statre
recognition starred in "The Red 8pld- i
er." His screen career has been us I
varied and colorful, if not so long, a
his footlipht experience, starting with
the earliest motion picture produc-
tions. Ills title role in "The Miracle j
Man," and liis rplcndid charactcriza- '
tion of the prm'oler "PNe Houph"' fn
"The V. P. Trail" are the finest sped- j
mn of b'i work
CHICAGO, March 1(1. (A- P-
The state today dropped the cases
anainst all the former Chicago White
Sox players who were Indicted for al
leged throwing of the 1919 World
swiies except Chick U.tndlL The ac
ncr. was taken after Judjre Dever re-f--e?
to. grant a continuance of over
ft day feotiested by the state as nec
essary to gather tew evidence.
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ft i. I fit . , I jui
TUILDS strong bodies and
lessens breakfast costs.
Thi OL YMPIC Lh includes four
favoritt ctrtal sanitarily milled.
wrapptd and staled.
luto m mm
CARS ViLL BE REDUCED
SAX FRA.NCISCt, March IS. tu.
P.) The Southern Pacific has an
nounced arrangements- with the Pull
man officials for a decrease in the
dining car menu prices.
VIOLATE IiEVEK ACT
I XEW YuKK, March IS. (A. P.)
j Indictments against the "bhr five"
' packers were dismissed at Brooklyn on
a motion, hy the district attorney. The
packers wer indicted on charges bt
i violating the Ier Act.
HEUX HIGH SCHOOL :
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- HAVE PLEASANT T1N1E
PRIVATE CAR WORTH
BY PROHIBITION FORCE
Harry Elack, i
March IS. dl P.)
New York multi-mil
llouaire. was arrested fullovvlnB a raid
of his urivute railroad car, by police
of f ii-era who claimed they found Si
cases of whisky abourd. The total haul
is valued at $8000. The private, car
valued at 1UO,000 will bo confiscat
ed by government prohibition officers,
tho polico said..
"The Point of View"
Do you make
of a trying day's work
free from fatigue?
For those who lack reserve
strength and energy f
is ihe ideal food.
Tliis sturdy blend of whole
vheat and malted barley is
rich in the very elements
required to build and main
tain health and strength.'
Ready-Cooked Easy to Digest
Made by Post am Cereal Co-Jucjlanlc CreekIidi.
t,goId by Grocers, Everywhere
I LETS GO! WHERE? i
TO THE J
OLD TIME BALL
ECHO CITY HALL, 1
:4 FRIDAY, MARCH 18TII ;
X ; t.iven by yU'ha Junhsr Itawball flub
Jll SIO l!V tOK'S OliCHIMItA J
' "' AiImiMiou One Il!ar, Iik-UhHiik Snper AAAtAAAA
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A drama of the
West of yesterday.
Billy Wert in ..
Tho BUI Poster
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(Bast Oresouian Special.)
HELTX. March IS. Delightful Ir.
even- detail was th party given Sat
urday evening by Myron Shannon ana
Randolph Cook at the attractive; coun
try homo of Mr. and Mrs. XV. H. .Shaii-
The eticsts were the students ana
faculty of the Helix- Iitsn acnooi
Dancing and carda were me oivcrsion
of the evening and danity rcireaii
mcnls were served. Mrs. Shannon was
assisted in entertaining by Mrs. t. M.
Local teachers attended the institute
hel . in Pendleton on Saturday.
Amonf the speakers on the prowram
was 1'rof. Paul Reed of the Jleliit
Miss Theresa Knox of Portland is a
nuest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Penland near town.
Mr. and Mrs. tV. K. Potts and Ed
mund Potts were Pendleton visitors on
Sen-ices will be held in the Christian
hurch Sunday itercbr 20, both morn
ing and evening. Rev. Slanson. state
secretary of tho Christian church will
J. R. Thomas is a 'business visitor in
A danca Is scheduled for Friday
evening March IS at K. of P.halt un
der the auspices of the- Helix dancing
society. The Weston orchestra- will
furnish the music."
' New arrivals in Helix are Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Neal of Marion. Ore. Mr.
N'eal is an O. A. C. man and haa taken
a nosition with V. V. Kerley;
A larse number of Helix people at
tended tile auto show held in Pendlo
lon last week.
Friends are welcoming Mr. and Mrs.
I. McKane who have returned to Helix
after several months spent in the V 11
himettA valleV. "
Fred Moes, trashier of the Helix hank
was a guest of Pendleton friends Sun
. Mrs. Earl Ghormley returned Mon
day to her home in Pendleton after a
visit with Helix friends. . . !
Delegates from the local Rebekalt
1 oil ce to the annual meeting of Uma-
iiiia eonntv Tteliekah lodites which is
to c held in Pendleton March 23 arc
Mrs. U I. Clark, Kmma ZefiMke, L. u
Smith, Alf Sando and M. L. Morrison,
Special Easter services will be heM
In- the Baptist church on Easter Sun
day at the morning service the pro
gram is in charge of the Sundaj
school and Women' Blissionary So-
A week end guest at the K. I or
vell home was Mrs. Nervell's mother,
Mrs. Stockton of Umapine.
NEVER TOUCHED HIM
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v Story by EDITH ELLIS , 1
,. . Directed fey ALAN CROPLAND '
" Mariorv Thomcroft had the burden of the world on
her slim young shoulders, until she decided to share the
burden. And then she was sorry, but later sne was giaa.
It's a story that will make you love life.
,. MACK SENNETT COMEDY i
' 'A SUMMER DAy ' v; -
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A WOMAN'S IDEA '
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of a home is one In which. the fnmltjt' ,
comfort has keen well provided for In:
the completely appointed bathroom.:
Women who foci that family hygiene,
demands batter equipment than la at
present avnllalde, should : secure our
estimate for renovation, necessary fory t
bringing this room up to requirements,' "
at a cost within reason.
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BENSON & AV1CKLAND
A bocik of verses, an easy chair,
aboxofVogan's Oregon Cherries
Rich, ruby-red cherries from oun-flecked
orchards hidden in the delicious creme and
chocolate that only Vogan can nwke. Small
wonder many people are partial to this
At better dealers everywhere.
Vogsn Candy Company
Portland Smuh bpoku ',Tm
C. V. KVKltSOMr.
An air mall plane, bound from Twin
Cities, Mich., to Chicago recently
went wrons JOfio feet In the air. And
why doe. Pilot C, C. Eversolo latigh?
Because he merely grabbed a para
cnoie ann fiiMtied wui'i 10 eitim. i
Children 10c 'r: ! ; Adults 35c
V: Greatest Novel
A thrilling tory of We and love in the pioneer days of
the cutting f the Wail for the great U. P. Railroad,
with a great ; cast Ir as , jver -een m any u picture
A Massive Picture of the Great West, With a Powerful
Cast, Including Roy Stuart, Kathlyn Williams, Robert Mc
Kim, Joseph Dowling, Marguerite De Lamette.
Despite the fact that ''The U. P. Trail" is a massive
production, it is possessed of something1 more than mere
physical bigness : It is just as great in iheme a3 it is in pro
duction investure. Dealing with the growth of our coun
try, it ithows America in the making; at a time ' when
every man carried the law on his own hip.
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