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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1917.
PAGE F1VB ADULTS ISO CHILDRKX 5o OOXTINUOtrg PROGRAM 1 V. M. L'STHj II P. M. KOTOS PICTURE NEWS What the Picture Theaters Have to Tell You. THK OIOANTIC RF,IWOOI8, THK TOWKRINtJ 1111,144 ASH VKKP HA. vTNKS MARK MONEY MAGIC AN oirr door pictitkf, of kxckp- TIONAIi GRAUfcl R. EIGHT PAGES tn n nn JWL Sunday and Monday GIlKATKIt VITAGRAPII PRK8F.SIT8 THK THRILLING DRAMA OF THE GOLDKN VKHT ma m I I ' , 4. -4 i V -? f Jl.4 ANTONIO ' .' V W . ACTS 4 EDITH STOREY, ATiTOHiO MORHiO, VI-l. DUNCAN A RBOOKD STORY OF KARLY CALIFORNIA MININO J-.? COW-4J1RL, A DACU1.TEB OF THK GOLDEN WKKT. "f?? DRAMA OF DRKRS OF FKCT DOWX A PF.RPKNDICIILAR JBTIPICR. VtZSl A JMNGIJNG OF SOnKTY 1-1". " HUN NY CALIFORNIA. MIN'KH IN THK WAYS OF . GONE GONE GONE A JF.RRY OX THK Jon CARTOON. IN ADDITION The Hammer Thrower A KKAXY K ATS CARTOON'. A Modern Cinderella A FASHION PLAYLKT. Inc. VI 1 1 - ARI'LTS l'UII'lRKN 5c COVHNtXH'8 I HOG RAM 1 P. UNTIL II P. M. TODAY ONLY rPHARLIE IN Behind tilC Screen A KCRKAMING, tTSSiV MI'TIAL IHAPLIN. A LA1GII! A ROR! 0 FK.KT OF HUWIii! In Addition CITIZENS ALL" MITT JKKF IN AMIGATOR IIINHXG LOCALS Sb Advertising in Brief Per Hoc flnt'nrttoa 10. i'er llre. additional Insertion.... 6c Per line, per moulb . ...l-0u No lucal. taken for leas tha. 25c. Count 6 ordinary woro. to llo. Locals will but be taken over tn telepbone eic-ept from Kut Oregon Ian paid-up ooserlber. Do You Know That according to test by th U. 8. Kovaroment tdtft pound of Kom marar oonl la aqual to 117 pound of Raaty) ConlT Wo nll Kommorar roaJ Oroaion Ijunbor Tard. Phono 1 A4. publns Dnc TonJcnt, Mooae Hall. Tho public la cordially Invited to attend h rocular Saturday night dajieo tonight In Mooao hall, aluala br Bawyer'a orchestra. Admission. eonta. Adv. colon oy. can 10c FOR CASH AND LOW PRICES. The cash buyer Bhould get the lowest cash price. When we buy a bill from the whole saler we get the lowest price he can make. Are vou receiving the same consideration, if not or der your groceries irom onroy. CAKNAIIUN MILJl MT. VERNON MILK BEST IOWA CORN STANDARD PEAS Van Camps Whole Beets, No. 3 tins 204 Van Camps Hominy, No. 3 tins, 2 for 25 Best Sauer Kraut, No. 3 tin 15 Van Camps Pork and Beans, No. 1 tins.... 10 Van Camps Pork and Beans, No. 2 tins ... 15 Best Grade Early June Peas 15? Best Grade Stringless Beans 15 Our canned goods are the best put into cans. We sell them for less, but refrain from adver tising the brands. Matches, still. 6 boxes -5 Best 10c Crepe Toilet Paper, 4 for 25c Evaporated Peaches, pound lOc Italian Prunes. 3 pounds 25r Jap Rice, 4 pounds 25c Kurniuhed rooms. 401 Aura. Housekeeping rooms, f 08 Willow. Or. Proebstel. chiropodist. Tel. ill. For aale Five' room modern bun galow Phone 444, a. For ftnl mall roll top desk. Phone 35J or rail tit W. Alia. For rent Housekeeping , room.' Address P. O. Box 10S. Mottled Ancona eggi for aettinc. IS for IJ.60. F. H. Mason, City. Wanted Woman for general housework on ranch. Phono 15FX1. D. B. Waffle auto for hire. Phons 2S41I. stand. Charles Co.. Phone 7. I haul your garbage and - trash. Phone 6&3.M. 1403 W. Railroad su For sale Federal truck and trans fer business. D- B. Waffle, Pendle ton, Oregon. For rent Office rooms In Hen dricks building. Address O. A. pee bier. City. . Wirnted Cook on ranch for two. No objection to children. Inquire Itohmian's Bakery. Buildings for sale One four room house, one five. See Cornfield, house mover, 613 Ann street. For sale cylinder, II H. P. tour- fnjr car. Good running order. Phone 544J. Books audited, office work and correspondence handled toy hour or day. reasonable. Phone 108W. For sale or trade for light l-paaen- s-er car, Bulck runabout with small truck body. Pendleton Iron works. Man wishes position In office) or store. Experience 10 years, home here. M. E. Gordon, 101 Ann street. Call Penland Bros, van to move your household goods. Telephone 319. Also baa-gage transferrins and heavy haul Inc. Rooming house for sale. Main street. In center oi busineaa district Doing good business. Inquire of Fin land Bros. Mattress msklng, furniture repair ing,1 upholstering, called for and deliv. .red, city or country. La -Dow Bros.. 31 Beauregard. Phone 337J. When you want to sell beef. pork, veal, mutton or poultry, call 1. C. Rains. Ho will call and get them. Phono 43. Sanitary Meat Market. 110 will handle an established ga rage on the Paeifla Highway In the city or Salem. Address anient Ganure. 0 N. Capitol Btreet. Salem Oregon. rtiarlie tjttaplin, W Inn If red Green wood andUJEJdward fjoxen. Featured at Pastime for Today Only. The laughaible Chaplin comedy 'Behind the Screen," said to be as funny as any Charlie ever made, will be the) attraction at the Pastime for today only. This Is -a two part com edy and' contains tho thousand laughs. ,sv In addition is a patriotic drama, Cltnsens All," with Bd Coxen and Wlnnifred Greenwood. The Reel Jfe Maeazine Is also Included on the program. This program will be shown for today only.' Adults ISc, children Sc. WHMTKItX GlRIi MARRIES A WKAI.THY MIXER Finally Overcomes Drawbacks sod Knters Best Society. Edith Storey proves again In "Mon ey Magic," the Vltagrapn Blue Rib bon feature, to be shown at the Pas time theater on Sunday and Monday, In which she plays with Antonio Mo reno and William Duncan, that she Is one of the moot versatile players on the beloved screen. Her role Is that of a young girl brought up on a ranch who marries a wealthy miner, also lack Ins in the ways of conversation and society. The struggle which she suffers in her at tempt to learn the "whys and where fores of her cultured enlghbors M realistically portrayed in a humorous manner, interspersed with touches of pathos. There Is no star On the screen to day who could Interpret this part bet ter than does Miss Storey. She seems to have gotten right Into the spirit of her role and makes it a living one throughout. Then as she slowly masters tho thousand details for herself she is thrown Into contact with her hus band's people. They are far more ig norant than she ever thought of be ing, and evidently Jar upon her, but. conscious of her own shortcomings n few month previous, she makes an effort to place them at their ease and" at the same time Impart to them some) knowledge of etiquette. v Always famed for her exceptional versatility, Edith Storey proves in this varied role that she has been j worthy of any, praise ever bestowed. I In addition "A Jerry on the Job," cartoon, a Krasy Kats cartoon and a I fashion playlet. SATURDAY BIG WESTERN DRAMA He Stain '.of Cikawalla From the Girl From Frisco. BIG SENSATIONAL R. R. DRAMA "The Wrecked Station From the Hazard of Helen. BIG GRIPPING DETECTIVE STORY The Trap" From the Grant Police Reporter. BIG L-KO. COMEDY 2 Acta THE BALLED UP BALL A Laughing Roaring Comedy. SUNDAY Tlio lolls of odorn Russia VIOLA DANA and RICHARD TUCKER "The Cossack Whip" COMEDY HAM and BUD in A FLYER IN FLAPJACKS. Though Louise Huff and Jack lMok ford have both been playing very modern young- people in their recent photoplays on the paramount pro gram, both of these Famous Players stars have now reverted many years in their characterizations, to the cel ebrated types which Iickens has im mortalised in print. After appearing as twentieth century characters for a good many montiha, they are now staring in Che Famous Players adap- "To. prove bis love for her, Sergius accompanies Darya back to Russia and arranges for her to sppear under an assumed name at Uie theater. Their plansawork well. The chief of police seeks Darya out after the per formance and invites her to his apartment. Once there she asks to see the Stone CeU, the place of horror In which her sister was beaten to death, she, very cunningly has tha chief place his hands In the steel cuffs and then she taunts him and takes from a fold In her gown the whip used on Katerina and lashes him. A guard enters, but he proves to be a member of the secret organ ization. He permits Darya to leave the cell and then hej shoots to death the bestial Turov. Darya with Ser ration of Dicki ns- celebrated "Great I gliis escape across the Russian bor. Expectations." It is tha attraction at the Alta tiieuter toniKh. Pauline Frederick has played many great rotas on the screen, ranging I from "Zaza." the French actress, and "Bella Donna,' the English sdventur- i in the orient, to ''Aubrey," the simple American child of the fores'.. and the primitive French-Canadian "Nanette of the Wllda" Now the great Famous Players star appears at j the Alta (Sunday and Monday in the rule of a proud Spanish beauty In the Paramount Picture, 'The Slave Mar ket." With ber is Thomas Me. Khan, former Lanky player, who makes hi first apeparance in a Famous Flayer I reduction In this picture. Tho "Slave Market" was written by I Frederic Arnold Kummer and direct ed by Hugh Ford, is a thrilling ro mance of the Spanish Main, of pi rates, love, hate and all thati goes with j them. It is crammed full of action. from the time that Pauline Frederick 3 steps upon the screen until. In a tre- : mendous scene, Thomas Meighan. as SZH a soldier of fortune, rescues her from 5 the band of pirafes who had placed j j her on sale In the slave market in re- j f venire for the doath of their leader. j - der. ".IfOMSjnSu1 This final scene is striking, real ana colorful. The snowfall is as heavy and as fierce as one would Imagine Rus sia experieces. The many scenes in the theaters and some exceptionalty good dances performed by Miss Dana and the ballet chorus have a great at traction and they prove an - effective relief to the serious but not hesvr tone of story. The best photography ever turned oat by Edison Is to be found in this offering. Taken as a whole. "The Cossack Whip" is superior five-reel production. Dtssointion Notice. The firm of Wilcox and Wright have this date, by mutual consent, dissolved partnership. Any claims against said firm may be presented to R. H. Wilcox or J. C- Wright for pay ment. (Signed.) R. H. WILCOX. J. C. WRIGHT. Dated this, 8th day of March, 1917. Adv. , Do Yoa Know That according to test mad ay the TJ. Sl government, 100 ponn su of Kemroerer Coal Is equal to. sTSs pounds of Carney coal? Call Oretrosk Lumber Yard for Kemmerer ooal Adv.. Ante stage. For Adams, Athena and Westots. leaves Allen-Ward Co., at 1 a. an. and 3:3 p. m. each day. PhoM M for reservations Ralph Shaffer, pre. Adv. Do Yoa That according to tho test by the--U. 8. Government 2000 pounds of Kemmerer Coal is equal to 313 pounds of Rock Springs Coal? Wo handle both Rock Springs and Kem merer Coat Oregon Lumber TaraV Phone 3. Adv. , Temple Theatre Sunday and Monday HIPPODROME VAUDEVILLE "GET THE HABIT" 3 BIG ACTS 3 COOPER-RIGDON DANCERS, 5 People 5 "Dance Carnival Solo. Moment Musical... Bacchanals Solo. The Dance of the Snow" Tcmiiie Sunday ami Monday. The Cooper-Rigdon dancers have a novelty danco act which is the best thing of its kind that vaudeville has seen for some time. The five attrac tive young ladies are well wKumei ajid supported by beautiful futuristic stage settings. It is a feature act wor thy of praise. Edwards and MrKenna who play at the Temple theater are recent ar rivals In this country, having Just completed a moot succeenfu! tour of Australia, China. Japan and the Ha waiian Islands. Miss MeKenna who i has a most charming manner and pleasing stage presence also postess en a most beautiful rich dramatic so prano roles of nnuoal brilliancy and sweetness of tone, being a voice sel dom heard nn the vaudeville mure. A unique comedy novelty. Introduc ing sensat onal and comedy tricks on the MVyrle and unlcycle. and gro tesque acrobatic ditncina. . EDWARDS & McKINNA "Harmony and Singing Due in Popular and Classical Selection." m Do Yoa Know That according to tests made bv the U. S. government, 30 pounds of Kemmerer Coal Is equal to 3300 pounds of Owl Creek coalT For Kem merer coal, call up Oregon Lumber Yard. Phone I Adv. LEN LEONE "Comedy Cyclist and Grotesque Dancer' She Fought 'em to a Standstill! They were timber land thieves and crooked legislators stopping at no crime to attain i their end. Constance Talniadge in "M. GIRL OF THE TIMBERCLAIMS" the new and exciting Triangle-Fine Aits play, tackled a man's yob and fought through to a finish. The whole play is breath-taking with suspense and surprises. DONT M1$S IT , , ft TODAY- . & NAYS tXVKY K'NIAY. The Owark Whip. story of UV? llells of Modem RSMHta. The story tells of a young Ru'Van IE t r who father la sent to Oibena 1 2 and whose sister has been outraged 1 1 and killed by the chief of police. b - Iarys swears vengeance and succeed In aex-aiMng the long and crushing ' 13 PEOPLF 13 DAINTY SOUBRETTES CLEVER DANCERS . Noore to Dog Owners. Notice Is hereby given that the tax on dogs in the dry of Pendleton Is j am of trm secret service. "She is help now due and that license tags will ed In her flight from Russia by Ser. be Issued on application at the mar- I gltia the dancer at the Imperial the- shal's office. All dog owners take ater. In Knglsnd she works hard notice, t Adv. I FKA.VK NASH. For Salr. Fiirn.ture. houn for rent, including rt:ir Enrd-n chickf-n houses, barn. ! and snc-eeds in becoming a member t j of the Kiitsn ballet headed by Xtme l , lNe.ka. Senrius does not reoognire ; 1 , hr when h meta her ara'n In Enc- r f land and there see dKfervnees be- ! WITH ENTIRE NEW SHOW. GOOD SINGERS . FUNNY COMEDIANS PLANTATION MELODIES A SPECIALTY. ALSO BAND AND ORCHESTRA Featuring THE MAPLE LEAF QUARTET Clara Kimball H fl n n R Young in L JflUllllS! i a Sots! STANFI ELD'S ORCHESTRA WILL FURNISH THE MUSIC. rtv 1 twM-n thm !rfu piiryn rfifnka hun j7.r.,ti,M.rittfvmitii'T''tMi'r J UntTOA, . ... 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