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Only a F
Teeth
Giv Days Longer
Extracted and
Filled Uithoui Pain
Ey MS. (SIH1AY
NOW AT BOWMAN HOTEL
TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN BY THE USE
OE VITALIZED All!. TEETH FILLED WITHOUT
l'AIX 1!V THE USE OE ELECTRICITY.
As Drs. Crnv A; Co. have nlroflily operated uiwn soorea o
lVndlt'lonV lost citizens, and as testimonials proving tlieir pain
less work have been seen in every household, it makes further
personal reference unnecessary.
ALL KX1S OF DEXTAL WORK DOXE. GOLD
CROWX AXI) BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY.
Only a Feu Days Longer
GRAND THEATRE
VAUDEVILLE
Pendleton's
Only . . . .
High-class performances afternoons and evenings,
show for the old folks atid children.
and Picture
Theatre
A good clean
Matinees 15c. Evenings, Adulus 25c Children 15
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28TH
ENGAGEMENT EXTRAOItDINAKY.
WM. KT SPARKS PRESENTS
Miss Anna Day
In Paul Kesters Dramatic Version of Charles Major's Romance of
Chivalry
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A Complete production same as presented
here before. Costumes, scenery and furni
ture of the. XVI Century carried complete.
Owing to the length of the show the curttain will rise at 8:30
sharp. Carriages and automobiles at 11 P. M.
Mail orders for seats in advance of regular sale will be taken
care of two days ahead of the regular sale. All orders must be
accompanied by check or money order.
NO TICKETS HELD AFTER 7 P. M. DAY OF SHOW.
PRICES: $1.50, $1.00, 75 and 50c
Sale Pendleton Drug Store, Monday, Nov. 2710 A. M.
Paint Kitchen Floors
Don't Scrub Them
Avoid the backache and sore knees caused by
scrubbing bare floors. Painted floors are easy to keep
bright and clean, are attractive and very inexpensive.
ACMEQUAUTf
FLOOR PAINT
gives a hard, durable, sanitary finish for floors, steps or
any inside surface to be walked on, easy to keep clean
and hard to wear out. You can apply
it yourself. It dries in a short time.
Offered in appropriate and attractivo
shades.
HALE & McATEE
Pendleton, Oregon
AT THE PICTURE SHOWS
The Orpheifttt.
A swell program for Friday and
Saturday's change:
1. "The Cabin Boy." Vitagraph.
"The Cflbln Boy" Is a girl and brings
her separated parents together.
2. "Miko'8 Hero." Edison. Mike
falls headlong into the lake. Being
unable to swim, a tramp rescues him
with a boat hook. Mike rewards
the tramp by taking him home, feed
ing him and giving him his best and
only suit of clothes, while he himself
is obliged to go about in his overalls.
In more ways than one the tramp
takes advantage of Mike's kindness.
He even goes so far as to become at
tentive to Mike's sweetheart This
is the la t straw and Mike decides to
commit suicide by drowning. He
goes to the very place where the
tramp rescued him and deliberately
jumps In, but finds shallow water. It
now dawns upon him that the un
grateful tramp did not save his life.
3. "The Gambler's Influence." Lu
bin. When Jack Harper went west
he got into trouble and was helped
out by Tom Manley, a cmbler, who
received him into his cabin Jack
took to gambling and finally gambled
away even a ring that his sweetheart
had given him. Jack determines to
rob the stage coach. It so happened
that Elsie had decided to come to
him. She arrived the very duy Jack
had set for the holdup. Received by
Manley, she was taken to the cabin.
There Manley noticed a mask had
been cut from iho blanket and his
rifle was missing. Excusing himself
he Jumped on a horse and was just
In time to prevent Jack from becom
ing a stage robber.
4. "The Tie That Binds " Eclipse.
This film tells a strong story of a
child's Influence over an improvident
father.
5. "A Round-Up in Chila." Kos
mlk. South America has to date fig
ured very little In motion picture dis
play but we have thrown our lines
through the earth. Rodeo, a favorite
sport. Fete day. Scenes in the Are
na. Caballeros chasing a bull. In a
Oh'lian Race Cour.-e.
ground. Mountain background. Great
voncourse. Arranging the events. Sad
dl'ng and mounting a bull. Unusual
scenes. Adaiting his enemies. Biped
and quadruped. The Bull Goaded
I Chased by dogs and norsemen. The
bull victorious, horsemen dislodged.
Full freed.
Fri-
The Pastime.
The best in motion pictures,
day's program.
"The Veil of Happiness." By Geo
Clemencean, ex-premier of France
A striking Chinese drama of great
beauty and a power of acting that
forms a true feature film. The set
tings both natural and artificial are
fine. These pictures will seem like
"a dream of picture galleries." The
so many paintings from gifted hands
scene beside the pagoda, where the
wretched Chang sees his wife accept
the attentions of a lover, the corner
of the Chinese town where the blind
man is cured by the sorcerer are all
too short.
"Three of a Kind." Edison. An un
usually clever comedy played In the
famous national park in Colorado
Two pretty girls, an obdurate papa,
and three young men go through a
serie3 of adventures terminating in a
final scene which Is side splitting.
"The Adventures of Billy." Bio
graph. This film pictures the influ
ences that surround such a waif as
Billy, a newsboy. A policeman who
saw this picture was asked his opin
ion and he said. "It is the best film
I ever saw."
"The Slavey's Affinity." Lubln. A
pretty story of humble and Bincere
devotion. Peggy, the little drudge of
the boarding house, fairly worshipped
the struggling lawyer. She Is the he
roine but not the bride.
IRRIGATION VENTURE
CHANGES U. S. BOUNDARY
Houston, Texas. When a Texas ir
rigation company sought to-secure a
flow of water from the Rio Grande
by cutting an eighteen foot channel
to supply its Texas farms, It unwit
tingly changed the boundary of the
United States and of Mexico, which
today Is the subject of International
litigation.
In the litigation several Mexican
landowners have combined with the
United States government in filing
suit at Brownsville. The defendant
company admits that the course of
the Rio Grande has been diverted
from Its natural flow by cutting the
channel through one of the large
bends. This cut was made about 40
miles upstream from Brownsville.
As a result several wealthy Mexi
can land owners find their former
Mexican ranches part of Texas in the
United States. Although faithful to
Madero and the Mexican flag, yet
they are subject to the laws of the
United States and the taxes of Texas,
because the government survey says
the Rio Grande shall be considered
the lawful boundary line between the
United States and Mexico.
In the suit the government prays
that the original course of the Rio
Grande be restored, while the irriga
tion company favors xpans on f.r
the United States and would Indem
nify the Mexicans, who in a night
found their ranches moved into the
United States.
To their Immense surprise they disr I
covered a number of unknown pas
sages and secret entrances, admitting;
to vurious rooms where most valuable I
paintings and artistic treasures were
stored.
U is said that if the thief who stole
'La Gloconda" knew the Louvre onlv
half as well as M. Pujalet now knows
it he could make his escape In perfect
safety by half a score of ways.
direful and minute plans have now
been drawn of all these secret ways,
and arrangements are being made In
all huste to have them either walled
up or closed by strong iron gratings.
Numbers of there passages were
unknown to even the oldest attend
ants at the Louvre. Their existence
must have been forgotten for half a
century at least.
It does not inspire much confidence
to find that in a building apparently
so well guarded as the Louvre this
condition of things could have existed
for so long.
The present investigation savors of
locking the stable door after the horse
hus been stolen but It will perhaps
prevent other national property from
going the same way as "La Gioncon-da."
WOMAN FIGHTS SNOW
WITH RARE IN ARMS
Hotel McFeely
The Only Strictly First-Class,
Modern Priced Hotel in the City
New House. New and Beautiful Furniture. Hot
and Cold Water in Every Room.
NO INSIDE ROOMS.
Rotes $1.00 and $1.50 Per Day
Corner Alder & 4th Streets
Oppositt Keylor Grand Theatre, Walla Walla, Wash.
Four-Day Battle. Against Hitter Bllz
znnl in Montana Ig Won
by Rangers.
Bellingham. Caught by a blizzard
on a goat trail eighty miles east of
Bellingham, nuar the summit of the
Cascades,' in the Washington forest,
Forest Rangers Ridley, McGuire
Monahan and Soil, accompanied by
Mrs. Soil and a babe in arms, reached
Bellingham in a pitiable condition.
The storm raged for three days.
Four days were spent in coming down
the Upper Skagit Valley to Marble
mount, over a trail usuully covered
in half a day. There they rested up
and doctored the frost bites, coming on
to this city to report to the forestry
bureau.
The party had spent the summer
near Baron, on the extreme summit
of the Cascades, near the Eastern
border of the reserve. The rangers
were on their way out for the winter,
when overtaken by the blizzard.
A temperature of ton degrees below
atro was experienced while they were
wearing summer, clothing.
Ail the provisions they carried
were intended to last one day but were
made to -last four days.
KIDNEY OF DEAD MAN
GRAFTED TO LIVING BODY
Undulating land grows be'ter crops
th;m a level surface.
Trobably the worst thing about
politics is the politicians.
Renuirkiiblo Operation Performed
Before Congress of Surgeons of
North America by Philadelphia
Surgeons.
Philadelphia. A remarkablo clinic
In surgery was held In connection
with the Clinical Congress of Sur
geons of North America being con
ducted in the Methodist Episcopal
Hospital by Dr. L. J. Hammond.
The most Ingenious operation was
one which only once before had been
tried In this country, and then by Dr.
Alexis Carroll of New York. That
operation, as well as the one of to
day, included an anastomoses of
blood vessels, and the Joining of the
veins, arteries and other ducts and
glands, was highly satisfactory.
Only In one particular did Dr. Ham
mond's operation differ from that of
Dr. Carroll, and in that respect it
stood out far in advance of that of
the New York surgeon. Dr. Carroll
had transplanted the kidney of a dog
to the place of the diseased kidney
which he had removed. It was tak
en from the dog a few moments be
fore it was to be transplanted. In
the case today, Dr. Hammond used
the kidney of a man who was killed
in an automobile" accident.
CHAUFFEURS AND HUMAN LIFE
Inexeusnblo Street Slaughter! in New
York City by Joy Riders.
New York. Responsibility for the
killing of eighty-nine persons and
the serious injury of 855 others In au
tomobile and cab accidents in the
streets of New York since January 1
was attributed yesterday by Colonel
Edward S. Cornell, secretary of the
National Highways' Protective society
to "Joy riding, drunken chauffeurs, in
nocent owners of cars and irrespon
sible and reckless nighthawk cab
men." "The 'Joy riders' and the night
hawk cabmen aro the most danger
ous factors to life and limb In this
city, and they often get away with It
because many of the accidents hup
pen at night," said Colonel Cornell.
"In thirteen cases during the month
of October the operators of motor
cars causing serious accidents fled,
thus violating the law in another
way."
MALE
GARBED WOMAN
IS GIVEN HEK LIBERTY
Spokane, Wash Nell PIckerell, al
ias Harry Allen, was referred to as "a
symphony In brown" by a govern
ment official as she tripped down the
stairs at the Spokane county Jail fol
lowing her discharge by the federal
grand Jury, the members of which de
clined to return a "true bill" for al
leged "bootlegging" among the In
dians, south of here. Alexander
Paul, an Indian, who, the federal au
thorities say, purchased liquor from :
the woman, was too Intoxicated to
testify when called before the jurors
and the dismissal resulted. Paul was
held as a witness against the woman
in a state case to be instituted. Miss
Pickerelj wa arrested more than two
months ago and held a prisoner. She
wore men's garments and her sex was
not nu'prcted until the Jail attend
ants began searching for firearms and
other dangerous weapons. "I guess
you 'd better call the matron " she
said, quietly, "as I am a woman, al
though I have worn men's clothes
since leaving my home In the east,
more than nine years ago." Miss
Pickerel, who Is 2S years of age, has
ft physique that would do credit to a
'longshoreman. She worked as a man
In the grain fields and forests
throughout the northwest for years.
Free speech ha enabled many a
man to give himself away.
A pint measure is said to hold Just
!40 pennies.
Read today's want ads.
Read the want ads.
St. George Cafe and Grill
WHITE COOKS, SERVICE FIRST-CUSS
Open Day and Night Prices are Reasonable
Hot Merchants Lunch Daily 11:30 A M. to 2:00 P. M.
French Dinner every Sunday from 11 a. m. to 8 p. m.
. , Entrance on Webb Street or through Hotel Lobby
Independent Meat Market
We have re-opened the Farmers' Heat Market on east
Court street and will carry a fine and fresh line of
FRESH AND CURED MEATS, SAUSAGES AND
LARD. POULTRY EVERY SATURDAY.
KURRLE & SON
Phone Main 445. Prompt Delivery.
LOl'VRE
HONEYCOMBED I
WITH ANCIENT F.XITS,
London. The authorities of the"(
Louvre, spurred on, no doubt, by the ,
outcry that has aren over t'io loss
of "La Gloconda," have mndo a thor-
ough exploration of the Immense piles
where many national treasures are'
stored. The result is not a little dls-
concerting.
M. Pujalet, accompanied by the,
architect of the building and several
of the oldest and most experienced
of the caretaker-), spent five days in
a complete Investigation of the in
terminable corridors.
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