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DAILY EAST OREQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 6, 1021.
No Writers' Cramp for Him . :
With acknowledgmtnti la K. G. B,
The Arm-dp Thciitre nnv. In
fefttnrn nlirnrllnn Uxlny, "Hrhli ."
Till" to n Htury of tmii.unl lirnnvitio
power and further nj)Mo f"r a soeni;
In an uteller nf a K'"h Avenue 1m
irer nml di'slirtipr. where model
, . - , ..
wearing over n hundred thousand dot
lr worth of fura and furbelow p
rnde. The extent nnd rlohnrsx of the
fashions shown jl iutorest nil women
in that these style nre the Hetnul ones
that will be worn this winter by the
letlerM of fashion. They are ien
sufficient footage, so that every do.
' tail can lw apprehended hy patrons.
It is even said that even the films ile.
Noted exclusively to fashions h"Ull
I furnish smh forecast of coming,
modes. The iilay deals xvith the tre
mendous grip huhlt can acquire. Mil
dred Harris, is the character of Irene
Fletcher, finds herself clinging: to her
x-travHsrapt hnl.it, althoiiRh her father
i a'hnnkrnftt. "
She dreams she has married the
poorer of her two suitors and the plot
revolves around the efforts af the dis
carded one to possess her. The latter
Ko;s her in his power when she is lured
to hi apartment and a terrific strug
gle ensues. This is said to be one of
the most dnriiic scenes ever enacted on
the screen. How her husband arrives
''il th scene and kills Munson nndj
vw me ;icro aim neroine finally find
h..pp.i).ss is ichi with rare skip
Theveast is notable. William Lawr
ence play the mart of the successful
suitor and' Walter McGrail the role of
the vengeful one, while Ethel Grey
Terry, as Mary O.haatres. appears as
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RUTH OF THE
Last Chapter Ends
THE LOST CITY
The Serial of Wild
Animals. Full of
One Dollar Saved Krprrspiits Ten Dol
x lnrs Kamiil.
The average man does not save to
exceed, ten per cent of his earnir.Ks.
He must spend nine dollars in living
expenses for every dollar saved. That
being the case he can not -be too care-j
ful about unneeesKury expenses. Very
often j few cents properly invested,!
like buying seeds for his garden, will i
vave several dollars outlay later on.
It fs 'he same in buying Chamberlain's
Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy. It costs
but a few cents, and a bottle of it in
the house often saves a doctor's bill of
The Sanio Everywhere
The editor of Paisa Akhhar, a native
newspaper of Lahore, India, says. "1
have used Chamberlain's Colic and
D.arrhoea Remedy many times among
my children and servants, for colic and
diarrhoea and always found it effec
tive." liilioiisiioss ami Constipation
"For years T wns trnnhi.i .;tx
ieufcness and constipation, which made
: life miserable for me. My appetite
(ailed me. I lost my usual force and
vitality. Pepsin preparations and
i cathartics only made matters worse. I
do not know where I should have been
! today had I not tried Chamberlain's
: Tablets. The tablets relieve the ill
feeling at once, strengthen the diges
. tive functions, helping the system to
! do its work naturally," writes Mrs.
i Rosa Potts, Birmingham, Ala. j
! A Splcudlil Medicine for the Stomach I
! and IJver. I
! "Chamberlain's tablets for the fitnm.
ach and liver are splendid. I never
tire of telling my friends and neigh
bors of their qualities," writes Mrs.
William Vollmer, Eastwood, N. y.
When bilious, constipated or troubled
with indigestion, give them a trial.
They will do you good.
Governor Edwards of New Jersey signlns S15.000.000 ol 31V. bonus
bonds for Jerseyites who served in the Nvar. H uses, a device Uis;
writes IS duplicate signatures wbiis he writes od. "
Irene's friend. Her father is played by,
Emmet C. King. Advance reports say
that "Habit" is not only a remarkable t
photoplay but one that eontii'ns many
MIUfflAD UNIOK HEADS
20 for 20 cents
in ir-tiht packages.
Alto nl'iair.Mltle in round
I SWELLED with pride.
THE FAT man next to mt.
WAS READING one.
OF MY cigarette ads.
AND I felt Mm ehuokle.
NOW NO one had aw.
PRAI8ED THAT ad.
80 I had to ask.
IF HE liked it.
AND HE said, "Sure."
AND LAUGHED some more.
THEN HE said.
"LOOK HERE" and pointed.
AND WHERE I'd written.
THE PRINTER had set.
AND THAT'S why the man.
THOUGHT MY ad.
WAS HOT stuff.
BUT THEN he said.
"FORGET THE adal
I NEVER read 'em.
BUT LEMME tell you.
THEY OUGHT'to say.
ABOUT THAT cUsretta,
AND THAT la till.
THEY 8ATI8FY." '.,
AND DARNED If I don't Aln
HE REALLY believed.
HE WAS "giving me. '
SOMETHING NEWI '
fOU can blame it a the printet if
vou don't see "Thev Lisfv" ia
a C'hesterlield advvtuuuiv. Ifutbt
sure of this- you'll '.nd it !it the ciga
rette everv time. Woh.erful TnrViaJt
and Domestic tobaccos, w."oderfujly
blended il sounds easy.' But. 7"4'U
find nothing else like Chesterfields.
lltat bltnii con t bt euintd.
ALT A TOKAV
Children, 10c Adults, 35c J Children 10c Adults 35c
LOUIS B. MAYER.
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What happens to women
caught in Habit's web and peek
ing: the easy way cut?
i 'I J
Hohart Bosworth, the Sea Do?.
Hobart ltosworth, the fowptincher,
Hobart Hosworth. the Twn-Hsted.
These three Hobart Hosworths a
famous to the public. Hut yesterday
at the Alta. Theatre we saw a still dif
ferent Hobart llosworth in his first
Associated "Producers vehicle made by
'. Parker Head, Jr. It is called "A
Thousand To One" and in it we see
big, virle. likeable HoUirt as a waster,
a dilletante, if you please in short, a
rascal. ' i
Imagine Posu'orth as a rotter! Rut
it isn't for long, folks this character-j
ization exists only f.tr about two reels
when a terrifio train wreck brings this
episode in the star's screen life to an
end and out of the wreckase emerges
the new man. Prom this point onward
the story becomes absorbing The
character development is superb, ad
ding further laurels to Kosworth's
historic crown. The production is as
faultless as we have ever seen in an
outdoor production nnd there are
some interior that make us wish to see
more -of brawny Hobart Hosworth In
dress clothes "putting on the doe:."
Ethel Grey Terry plays opposite the
star and Rives a capable performance
as the Bill 'who has been trirked Into
marriage for the sake of her fortune
but who ultimately finds love and hap.
plnexs in the arms of the stur. Which
you all will agree is eminently proper
Altogether a very happy Associated
CHICAGO, iily.6.-Utl'. P.) Thou
sand of leaders of the railroad unions
'"e ; continue the discussion of the 12 per
cent wage reduction which the I'nited
States railroad labor board ordered
for July first. They expect the unions
to issue a statement accepting the
wage cut, which means $400.000. Onn
yearly. They expected a demand to
keen the wnrklne agreements intact.
, . Licoett MvF.ns Tojucco Co,
KABER ATTORNEYS DO
1 v-. ?tl
KOT WANT WOMAN JUROR
CLP'CTjAXD, "July 6. (P. P.)
Mrs. Kaber's attorneys are campaign
ing vigorously to prevent women from
serving on jury duty. Mrs. Kubep is
charged with killing her husband,
lianiel Kaber, a wealthy publisher.
The jury box was filled twice, and
each time Kaber attorneys used a per
emptory challenge to remove a wom
an juror. Should the trial go for
ward with a woman on the jury, the
Kaber attorneys will appeal to the su
preme court of the I'nited States, us
ing a a basis that women are ineligi
ble to serve on jury fluty in the Pnl
A dynamic drama; a train
wreck you'll remember; the
latest and most distinctive cre
ations in frocks, evening
gowns, bathing' suits, hats and
A First Natianal Attraction
niJinns of army worms or cater
pillars in Npw Brunswick have Htrip
rjed the trees of foliage In many
places. The. railroad tracks nre cov
ered with these worms on certain sec
tions and they grease the rails so badly
that freight trains are having difficulty
pettinsr over the road and passenger
trains are run in two sections .
tfyng at HFs Desk
v- "K. KIt.. 1MO -Not
merely a Hotel, but an In
tilulioil. 1'ounded on These
I 'i InciplcH
I'rti'i'Mii 1'iui ix M itvici:
Otxtrgr Wumi IIij.t, Mpr.
J. PARKER READ, SR.
A Thousand to
The story of a strong man's
fight for love.
NEAT BUT MOT GAUDY,
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lmm il ill T
Tfev illi:! (
mhn sairs -that d&Mmi
mmcmm tees areKSgy
wlS the mite'iii? "
MOST everybody knows the
easy-going sort of man who
never takes a tire seriously until he
gets a blow-out ;
How long he will resist universal
tire education is a question.
But this is sure
More people are finding put every
day that between leaving things
to luck and getting real economy
there is a big difference. '
Many a car-owner has come to
U. S. Tire3 because he couldn't afford
to keep on paying that difference.
Probably seven out cf ten users
of U. S. Tires came to them only
after they'd had enough of "dis
counts,", "bargain offers", "clearance
sales of surplus stocks" and other
They have found econory and
they stick to it
They pay a net price not "some
thing off list" that may not mean
anything in the first place.
They get fresh, live tires, being
made and shipped while thb mes
sage is being written.
No matter where they live there's
a nearby U. S. Dealer with hia
nearby U. S, Factory Branch.
U. S. Tires keep moving.
No opportunity to get old and
dried out. No shifting here and there
trying to find a market.
TT Y T r-t -rt-
.every u. a. lire a good tire,
wherever you find it anywhere in
Because the U. S. policy Is a good
policy that serves the car-owner all
the time. ,
Doing the very best for him that
human good faith can do.
THE U. S.
One of the fw tlrea ol
whict) it my be laid tlwu
year in and yar out anj
tire after tire. '
Tha U.S. Chufn Tread
Rives fufficlent traction
vn all ordinary road iur
facea. It is probably ths
handaomegt, and by all
odd the moat popular,
of tlie wholo U. S. Fabric
are Good Tires
! HI ; :;
U. S. USCO TREAD
U.S. CHAIN TREAD
U. S. NOBBY TREAD
U.S. ROYAL CORD
U.S. RED & GREYTUBES
A new photo of U-id Bynif, hem
o Vliny Itidge a-.d newly appointed
gvverntsr gencial of Canada, anapptd
ml bl jJeafcv, "
Oiiited States I
Western Auto Co.
Phone 530 Water and Cottonwood
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