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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. PENDLETON. OREGON. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1917.
PAGE FIVE .n,Bffl!!jH!WiWM NuiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiihyi.iiiiiiiiiiNiiiiiiiiaiiii LAST TIME TODAY 1 A!L I A 1 IBli What the Picture Theaters Have to Tell You. EIGHT PAGES AfF IT E 2 c s I i I E I . e-3 II lb Spu win POSITIVELY THE FUNNIEST CHAPLIN Ttr. Did you know Charlie could roller-tit ate? The P a a t i m e show Chaplin pic tures first After they have been here three or four times the other f el. low gets them. THE RINK is Charlie's latest comedy. y ill T Ax "He V Py (Hill XT' " t; ; 5 Not a long tire- some program but a short snappy pro- ; gram with a punch. i In Addition HELEN HOLMES in j "THE SPIKED SWITCH" M From the Lass of the Lumberlands g Coming Thursday and Friday WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS Ilie ten witli Hie w J da Bara HERBERT HEYES AN? ALL-STAR CAST. !llll1!llimiminiHmilllllllll!!llllllll!!!l!lt!Hlfflffl!ffln!!!fflll!!tl!!l lil!UIIII!!lll!IIIUllllll!l!tllilillllllllillHllliliUIUIlllUliUiilUilil warn stands for laStl and Qflfy Get the habit of trading here and you will save money in spite of yourself. Raisins, larpe package 11 Oranges, dozen j0? Cranberries, 2 quarts 25? Standard Tomatoes, Peas and String Beans, can - Strained Honey, quart jar 40? Oysters, 4 oz. can 10? Annours Pork and Beans, No. 1 cans 2 for 25 No. 2 cans, each 20? New Italian Prunes, 3 pounds 25? rink and Red Mexican Beans- pound 10? Shasta Coffee, 1 lb. 35?; 3 lbs. $1.00; 5 lbs. $1.50. Ensign Coffee, our leader, package 25? Crescent Baking Powder, lb. 25? ; 3 lbs. 65? ; 5 lbs. 00?. Evaporated Peaches, pound 10? Evaporated Apricots, pound 15? Best Hawaiian Pineapple, No. 2V2 tins 20? Maccaroni and Spaghetti, 5 lb. box 40? CUANSES YOUR HAIR MAKES IT BEAUTIFUL W, CM, WAVY TRY THIS! ALL DAVDIllTF DIS Al'I'KAIlS A-M H Allt STOPS COMING OIT. Surely try a "Danderine Hair Cleanse" if you wish to immediately double the beauty of your hair. Jusl moisten a cloth with Danderine and draw it carefully through your hair, taking one email strand at a time, this will cleanse the hair of dust, dirt or any excessive oil in a few min utes you will be amazed. Your hair will be wavy, fluffy and abundant and possess an Incomparable softness lustre and luxuriance. Resides beautifying the hair, one ap plication of Danderine dissolves every particle 'of dandruff; Invigorates the scalp, stopping Itching and falling hair. , Danderine is to the hair what fresh showers of rain and sunshine are t vegetation. It goes right to the roots, Invigorate and strengthens them. Its exhilarating, stlmuatlng and life-producing properties cause the hair to grow long, strong and beautiful. Tou can surely have pretty, soft, lustrous hair, and lots of It, If you will Just get a 25-cent bottle of Knowlton's Danderine from any dru? store or toilet counter and try It as directed. Tom Lawson somehow calls to mind the ancient worthy who hilariously broke the bank at Monte Carlo. P liMOM U I'OWEK 13 Kt'UNG MOTIVE IN NEW BAItA ROl.E Theda Bara 1 the star of the new William Fox photoplay, "The Vtxen," which will b shown at the Pastime theater for a two days' run, beginning tomorrow. In thlc picture, the em inent actress has returned to the type of role which gained her her first fame. Miss Bara plays the part of Elsie Drummond, who lures a lover away from her sister, Helen, and then throws him aside, when he loses his money. Her next move is to take another of her sister's lovers; this time the man keeps his money, so Elsie keeps the man. The denouement comes some years later, when the deceit which Elsie had practised toward her sister is proven. It Is then that Helen's for bearance saves her from an unhappy home life. Viola Dana Seen In powerful pkture. "The Galea of Eden," with Viola Dana as the star, will be shown on the screen here at the Alta theater This Metro-iColumbla five-reel pro ductlon is one of the strongest motion picture offerings of the season. The story was written by the Rev. William E. Danforth and directed by John II. Collins. Supporting Miss Dana are Augustus Phillips. Robert Walker, Edward Earle, Grace E. Stevens, Fred Jones and Harry Linson. The play deals with life In a Shak er community. Joseph Case, grief stricken over the death of his wife, has joined the Shakers, taking With him his baby daughter, Evelyn. It Is the ideal of the Shakers to make their settlement a Heaven on earth, living together as brothers and sisters anJ absolutely forbiding marriage. Evelyn falls in love with William Bard, a foundling who has been brought up by the Shakers, she con fesses to her father, now the elder of the community, and William is flog ged and driven out of the gates 'of "Eden.'. Five years afterward he re turns to learn that the girl he loved died, leaving a child, little Eve. The shakers mislead him Into believing that Eve, too, is dead Bard, who had planned to marry Evelyn, swears to be revenged on the community for having parted him from her. He changes his name to Drab, adopts a son. Rodney, builds up a fortune and lends money to the Shakers until they are in his power. picrrrtE nmnxs in 'THE MAINSPRING" When Lawrence Ashmore, a cub re porter on the staff of a prominent daily, was given the assignment to find out the true condition of the health of Jesse Craven, the million aire, he thought that he might as well be told to square the circle. So when he arrived at the country homo of the Cravens and was greeted at the station and taken to the house in grand estate, he did not know what to make of it all. That is the way that "The Main spring." the latest Red Feather fea ture production, in five reels, written by Charles Agnew McLean and pro duced by Jack Conway, begins. It ends In a whirlwind finish that is surpris. ing enough to excite any audience. HISTORIC STAGE COACH SEEN FN DEYIIS DOIHI.E The famous placervllle stage-coach, old campaigner of pioneer days and then of photoplays makes its re-appearance in the new Triangle-Kay Bee feature, "The Devil's Double." at the Temple for the last time tonight The historic relic is prized because of the romantic days of which it is a reminder. It was treasured by a rancher named Martin, of Pomona, Cal., his forefathers having controlled one of the earliest stage-routes in California. When Thomas H. Ince arrived in California to take up his duties for Triangle, one of his first steps wa to obtain appropriate properties for the production of western plays. Cast. Today Last Time A METRO WONDER PLAY "The Cardei of Eden Starring VIOLA DANA HIPPODROME VAUDEVILLE PEPPIX 6 GREENWALDS SEXTETTE-De LUXE ALL GIRLS MUSIC MIRTH MELODY Same Prices 15c 25c ID. 8 tab COSY 8 Reels WED. SSEB iunerica Joan a Aw 1 IT 1 i WSfd I raw I Iv SapportedlyraAcsil i iW ? MARIE WAYNE . Is a big, gripping, realistic story. An expose of tho secret intrigue and snseen dangers from the ipie and intrieuers of foreign nations. ' THE iiMIMSPHIwCa A!so a Coed Comedy ing about through southern Califor nia, he soon accumulated ever thins necessary except a stage-coach and finally, after several months' search unearthed the "real thing'' at liar tins ranch. "The Common Iw'' FUu-k for One Day. Thursday, January llth, at the TeJmplei. . Clara Kimball Toung, the screen star supreme, will be seen in a return engagement of her own production, an adaptation of Robert W Chambers' novel. "The Common Law." at the Temple tomorrow night (Thursday. This picture is proving the greatest of Miss Younug s many successes an'i is particularly interesting in the fact that it inaugurates the Clara Kimbab Young Film Corporation, the firs, producing organizaton ever created in the name of a woman screen star. The production was screened un der the direction of Albert Capellani who has produced a number of Mis Young's finest pictures. includinS "Camille" in which Mi Young scor ed her greatest triumph to date Mr. Capellani has surrounded Miss Young with a remarkable iat. The le.idini! male role is played by Conway Tearlo, r ne of the best known of the young er stage stars of the day, while Paul Capellani. who has supported Mtssj Young in several of her pictures, wnl be seen in another powerful presenta tion, others In the ca.--t are Edna Hunter. Lillian Cook, Julia Stuart. Edward M. Kimball. Lyrtia Hunter. Lillian Cook, Julia Knott and D. J. Flannigan. This picture was at th Tempi about a month ago and the run u so great that many were unable to gain admion and for that reason Manager Welch brings it buk for the one day, next Thursday. mi m m BUT FOR Lpn ONE DAY ONLY ImMm (Tiirreu) fWM inrl rf fl-incf wlir rJIrl nrvr tfff fn cop S 1 ' --' , J on account of the great demand of those who did not get to see A It iilEALL Y r 1 -IN- Trie la.v I mi Wc Have at Last Secured This Great Picture. But on account of the advance dates and popular demand c can only keep it FOR ONIi DAY ONLY nnr? n Don't confuse this picture with any other of Miss oungs, for it is one of the new costly features 7-REELS-7 M NOTE5 uuu Lb MIS 25t CHILDREN 10c LJUL3