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DAILY EAST OREGOMIAN, PENDLETON. OREGON. MONDAY MARCH 12, 1917.
PAGE FIVR
TIIH flKJANTIO KKDWiOOnB, TIIR
TOWMKItttt IUIjIM AND IEKP B.A
VIWMH MARK MONKV MAUIO AN
OIT IK Mill PKTITRK OF EXCEP
TIONAL GRADKl'R.
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Today
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ADUirg io
!1IIIJ)RKN So
RRRATKH VITAttRAPIf PRESENTS
THE THIUIXINtJ RAMA OF TIIK GOMEN WEHT
11!
MAflC
Will Mill Stony, Antonio Horaio 2nd Win km 6 lets
"GONE
GONE
GONE"
A JKKRV ON THE JOB
CA1ITOON.
The Hammer
Thrower
A KRAZY KATK CAKTOOX.
A Modern
Cinderella
A FASHION PI,AYI,KT.
BRITISH TANK AND A CAPTURED GERMAN TRENCH
II I f.-,t;., T ..'.' j; V
I . v r"1--.- ""-at . -fre55?i
a c . " i f i n ia mmwi i i ill iwf rri -
7M BSSi,Sear
-Jnneptlon.1 picture of a Brltum lank astraddla of a captured Oerman trench, "somewhere in Prance'
Note the heap of discarded rifles.
LOCALS
Sb Advertising in Briet
Par IIm flrat hMRtloa lr
far lis, addltloaal tfiMrtloa . IM
Far lln. Mr atoaik . . .1.0
No lucala uka for la Ibaa Xoc
I'oul rdlnaiT vorda to Una
Uxsla trill sot ba takes arar tk
tatwaoaa aarapt rroai asaat ui
Br.
. HI Willow.
ITasfcatat. CMroslat. Tel. 111.
Far asla ft fa rsa ssodara baa
gmisw. Pkaais 444.
Par sals fasstl roll Hop daak. Phons
l(f sr sail lit W. Alia.
PW isal IIusajkapis room a
tit Tkoaapaoa.
D. B. Waffla ama far htr. Phsna
IIHI. Staad. Charts Co.. Phons T.
I baal rsar carbacs and trash.
Phons stSM. 14tt W. Railroad at.
Par sals Psdsrsl track and trana.
far halaaas, D. B. Waffla. Psndls
ton.- Oracaa.
Par rant Offlos rooms In Hsn-
drtoks bolldlnr. Addraea TX A
Mar. Olty.
Furnishod rooms. 401 Aura.
Wantsd Cook on ranch for two.
No Objection to children. Inquire
Kohl-man's Bakery.
Bulldlncs for sals One four roots
house, ons Mr Km Cornfield, house
mover, fit Ann street..
Books audited, office work and
correspondence handled by hour or
day. reasonable. Phone tOgW. -
Man wishes position in office) or
store. Experience 1 yeara. home
hers. If. K. Gordon. (SI Ann street
Call Penland Bros, ran to msve year
household goods. Telephone Also
bacsase trsnsfsrrtns and heary haul
Ins. Roofnkns house for sale, stain
street. In ornter of bualnees district.
Dolnff sood business, inquire of Pea
land Bros. .
Mattress maklnc. furniture repair
ing; upholstering, called for and deliv
ered, city or country. La Dow Bros.,
il Beauregard. Phone 17J.
When yon want to sell beef, pork,
reaK mutton er poultry, call I. C.
Rains. He will call and get them.
Phoa 410. Sanitary Meat Market.
IC00 will Dandle an established ra
nge on the Paclfla Highway in the
city of Salem. Address Man Oarage.
440 N. Capitol Street. Salem Oregon.
For sale Fine young hogs. Tele,
phone 4F11.
Wanted Woman to care for lava,
lid, out of town. Phone ZfOM.
Fnr rent 7 room modern house.
Phone 477. Chaa. E. Heard, Inc.
Housekeeping rooms for rent. 11 H
Grange, between Court snd Lewis,
lxxrt pair of gauntlets In Alta the
ater. Leave at this office for reward.
For Rent Furnished room In East
Oregon i an building. Inquire Room
11. .
MOTION PICTURE NEWS
What the Picture Theaters
Have to Tell You.
Eastern Star Notice.
Buahee Chapter No. It. O, R. S..
will meet Tuesday evening, March It.
All members are requested to be pres
ent to meet) the Worthy Grand Matron
of the order, Mrs. Dora B. Sohllke,
who will be present.
By order of the Worthy Matron.
fAdv ) MART B. JOHNSON. Hec.
Do Yoa Know
That according to the test by the
11. B. Government !00l pounds of
Kemmerer Coal Is equal to I1Z
pounds of Rock Springs Coal? W
handle both Rock Springs and Kem
merer Coal Oregon Lumber Tard
Phone I. Adv.
piewnrffr
rmmrflrisrasrn
MOT9
IF YOU ARE BUYING YOUR GROCERIES AT CONROY'S THEY ARE COST-.
1NG YOU LESS THAN THEY DID TWO YEARS AGO. WITH VERY FEW EX-
YOU g
3
ii
CEPTIONS ALL THE GOODS ADVERTISED BELOW ARE LESS
COULD BUY THEM BEFORE CONROY CAME TO PENDLETON.
THAN
3
1
Sunkist Oranges, doz... 15 35, 40
Bent Raisins package lit
STANDARD PEAS - 1 f
BEST IOWA CORN Call 1UC
String Beans, can 11?
Best 20c Peas and Beans 15
Best Hawaiian Pineapple, No. 2Vi
tip -v 20
Jtalian Prunes, 3 lbs 25
Best Corn and Gloss Starch, 2 for 15
Loir Cabin Syrup, quarts 42; V faMon
70f ; 1 gallon ?1.35.
CONROY HAS TAKEN THE HIGH
OUT OF COST OF LIVING
Oysters, 4 02. can 104
Best Shrimps, 2 for 25
We are selling stocks of Brooms 35.
50 and 6O4.
Best 10c Crepe Toilet Paper, 4 for 25
Seedless Sultana Raisins 15
Kvaporated Peaches, pound 10? ,
Host Black Figs, 2 lbs 25
Baking Soda, 4 for 25
Matches, still 6 boxes 25t
Best Eastern Corn Meal, sack 43
Best Eastern Hominy, sack 45
Macaroni and Spaghetti, 5 lb. box 40
Skinners Macaroni, Spaghetti and
Noodles, each A 10
CASH MAKES THESE LOW PRICES
POSSIBLE IN FACE OF THE CON
STANTLY INCREASING WHOLE
SALE PRICES
Best Sauer Kraut, No. 3 tins 15
Folgers Golden Gate Baking Powder, 1
lb. 400; 2Vi lbs. 00; 5 lbs. ?1.75.'
Extra Good Grade No. 2'i Tins Peaches
and Pears, each 20
Best Vanilla and Lemon Extraat, 2 oz.
Bottle 20; 4 oz 4X
Try a Pound of our Fancy Cakes, always
Fresh, pound 25
Gal. Peaches, Pears. Apricots and Black
berries, each 5V ; doz. $5.00
Best Jap Rice, 4 lbs 2.C
Gal. Glass Pickles, sweet fl.lO
Sours and Dills
Gal. Catsup, glass jugs fl.OO
WESTERN filRL MARRIES
A WEALTHY MJNI'.U
Kerrmes Irawba-k and Finally
Enters Best Society.
Edith storey proves again in "Mon
ey Magic," the VltagTaph Blue Rib
bon feature, to be shown at the Pas
time theater today lu which
ahe plays with Antonio ilcrono
and William Duncan, that she is
one of the mot versate players on
me oeiovea screvn.
Her role Is that of a young girl
brought up on a ranch who marries a
wealthy miner, also lacking in th
ways of conversation and society. The
struggle which ahe suffers in her at
tempt no learn the ""whys and where
fores of her cultured enlghbor 1
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 nave gotten right Into the spirit of
her role and makes It a living ons
throughout.
Then as she slowly masters the
thousand details for herself shs is
thrown Into contact with her hus
band's people. They are far more Ig
norant than she ever thought of be
ing, snd evidently jar upon her, but.
conscious of her own ehorteom'ngs a
few months previous, she makes an
effort to place them at their ease and
at the same time Impart to them
some knowledge of etiquette.
Always famed for her exceptional
versatility. Edith Storey proves In
this varied role that she has been
worthy of any praise ever bestowed.
In addition "A Jerry on the Job."
cartoon, a ICrasy Kats cartoon and a
fashion playlet.
Temple Sunday and Monday.
The cooper-Rlgdon dancers have a
novelty dance act which Is the best
tiling of Its kind that vaudeville has
seen for some time. The five attrac
tive young ladies are well coMumea
and supported by beautiful futuristic
stage settlnas. It Is a feature act wor
thy of praise,
Edwards and McKsnna who play
at the Temple theater are recent ar
rival in this country, having just
completed a most successful tour of
Australia. China, Japan and the Ha
waiian Island. Miss McKenna who
has a most charming manner and
pleasing atage presence also possess
es a most beautiful rich dramatic so
prano voice of nnuual brilliancy and
sweetness of tone, being a voice sel
dom heard on the vaudeville singe.
A unique comedy novelty, introduc
ing sensational and comedy tricks on
the bicycle and unlcycle, and gro
tesque acrobatic dancinc.
Some of the most picturesque spots
In delightful Cuba were selected by
Director Hugh Ford as the settings
for -The Slave Market" In which the
Famous Players Film Company fs
starring Pauline Frederick on the
Paramount Program. It le the fea
ture attraction at the Alta for today.
The story of "The Slave Market."
which was written by Frederick Ar
nold Kummnr, has as Its settings
Spain and the far-famed Spanish
Main. Pauline Frederick Is a Spanish
beauty who falls Into the hands of a
gang of pmtM who attack the ves
sel on which she Is bound for Port
Royal.
Thomas Melghan is the doughty he
ro who comes to her rescue, but the
manner of his coming and the terri
ble predicament In which he found
his lovely Isdy are subjects for the
screen rather than ths printed page.
COSY TODAY".
Viola I tana in The comack Whip."
Swrias built around Russian politi
cal persecution and Russian nihilists
have had a notable vogue tn motion
pictures, but while The . Oossack
Whip" cannot lay claim to novelty of
plot It is novsl because or Its excel
lent story construction, production and
enactment. Here Is a picture which
in the handling of Its subject lays it
self open to criticism at no point, and
by this same virtue wins th hearty
approval of audienoes who are not
concerned with Just why or why not
they are not aatOfled with what has
been offered them so long as they are
satisfied.
Viola Dana ha had happier roles
but we doirbt if ahe ever appeared tn
a stronger one. She Is featured and
she stars tn the picture, but '"The
Cosanck Whip" Is not of the rype that
depends entirely gon the leading
player. There xr other rrts as
for instance Hergius. the dancer who
helps Darya bark to Russia and the
revenge she craves; a part played to
aitmiraMe effect by Richard Tucker.
Rut neither star, supporting cast- or
scenario deserve a more praiseful
commentary than John Collins, whs
In the dldrection and staging of this
play has done what is possibly the
reet work of his career.
o Tn Knew
That according to test by ths U. 8
government love pounds of Kem
merer coal la equal to iI7t pounds ef
Roelyn OoalT We sell Kemmerer
coal Oregon Lumber Tard. phone .
Adv.
Nntloe to Dec Owners.
Notice is hereby given that the tax
on dogs in the city of Pendleton is
now due and that license tan will
be ismied nn application at the mar
ahal'a office. All dog owner take
notice. FRANK NASH.
A1y. i ' Mamhrtf
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Do Ten Know
Tlmt a.-cordlng to test made b
the l government, loaa pound
of Kemmerer Coal is equal to ft I
poupd of Carney coal? Call Oregon
ItimlMr Tard f-r Kemmerer coal
Adv.
1 - S3 U
01 Today
n ri
fo)
liuLssi U liu
3
r
a, PRESENTS THE EMOTIONAL ACTRESS SUPREME
Pauline Frederick
- IN A THRILLING ROMANCE
THE SLAVE MARKET
THE LOVE OF ADVENTURE IS BORN IN US AND THIS IS A THRILLING
TALE OF ADVENTURE SET IN THE MOST PICTURESQUE OF BACKGROUNDS
VAUDEVILLE
MME. BOMAR
That Sweet Singer.
SAM & JOE
Fun Maker.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Fri
day Afternoon.
VAUDEVILLE
MATINEE PRICES 15c, 5c
M
TODAY ONLY
BROADWAY STAR FEATURES PRESENT
Harry D. Carey in "JUST JIM"
A BIG L-KO. COMEDY
in 2 Parts
BLUE BLOOD AND BLACK SKIN
HAM and BUD in
FLYER IN FLAPJACKS
COMING Tuesday and Wednesday
Thrill Upon Thrill
PEARL WHITE
"CAPTURES"
THE SILENT MENACE
BAGDAD IS TAKEN
BY THE BRITISH
Historic City Falsi After Brief Resist,
ance; Reverse Is Owe of Worn
Turks Have Suitered.
AMSTERDAM. March 1. Bagdad
has fallen to the British.
From the historic, battle rcarred
citadel of ttie ancient Meaopotamiaa
metropolis flutters tonight the Union
Jack, and far beyond the city out
skirts British cavalry is hart on th
heels of the Turks fleeing northwest
ward along both banks of ths Tigris.
News of Bagdad's capture by Gen
eral Maude's army reached London
late Sunday afternoon. It was prompt
ly flashed broadcast and came to all
Europe as one of the greatest sur
prises of the war.
Quick Capture Surprise.
That the city would fall sooner or
later was generally expected. but
that ths capture would come -o soon
surprised even the most sanguine
British military experta The Turks
had been expected to make a stub
born resistance on the river Diala. six
miles away. Only a few day ago
Major General Frederick B Mautice,
chief director of military operations
at the Brtrteh war office had predict
ed a hard battle. The idea was gen
eral that for two years the Turks
had been busy constructing powerful
defenses to ward off ths final British
onslaught.
EuWnte capitals Jubilant.
AU England was Jubilant Sunday,
according to London dispatches, an.l
advices from the other entente cap
itals show that the spirit of triumph
la fully shared there.
The capture of Bagdad, it Is felt,
goes a long way toward reestablishing
th badly Impaired British prestige In
the near and far east. Tt w.pe out
the humiliating blot of Kttt-el-Amara
and obliterate much or the blacknea
the Dardanelles disaster left behind.
To the Turks the reverse Is one of
the worst they have suffered In the
war.
Severe Blow to TurX.
It Is expected to deal a wiling blow
to ths morale of the Ottoman army
ar-d to the Sultan's prertie anong
the Mohammedan world.
Bagdad has been In Turkish p-.r-SFSMon
since list, when Suit in Mn
rad IV wrested It from the Persion
Two centuries ago a desperate but tu
tile effort to retake It wis made by
Than Nadir. Bagdad represent!
therefore, a precious psre in ottomtn
history. The Mohemme'lar haire liv
en it the name Dar es Salam. which
means City of salvation or Sacred City..
PopasBthm .ooe.ooe Kt SO A nv
In tt A. D. Bagdad was ereditseF
with a population of i.oue.eeo. so--and
was easily the tint city la the .
world in wearxn ana i i w .
the fall of th. Caliphs) before th .
Turkish Sultans the decline of Bag
dad began. It was TOoceearrely trie
prey of Turks, Mongols. Tartars anal .
Persians, bnt it was not until 143 -that
the city became definitely a pa.rl
of the Turkish Empire.' .
CANADA TO fTF3LJ FOTATOSm,.
OTTAWA. March It. The cabinet -council
decided today not to place as) .
embargo on the exportsttion of assay
toes. Investigation has shewn that tar
excess of domestic requirements t hTW .
are 1. BOO, 000 trashel of potatoes t ,
the dominion.
If You Suffer From Catarrh
dont make the fatal mistake of re
garding it as a trifling- matter. Au-
. iV.i f'.t. ) ia mn in
fection of the blood. Consequently,
- 1 m Intiona Mil Sl-
sprsjra, n .www..-
fcrd only temporary relief, because
they do not. reach the source of the
disease. the blood. When you depend
on these temporary remedies alone
your case is likely to grow steadily
worse until it become chronic and
possibly affects the lungs.
But even if the infection doe not
eo thi far. the continuous dripping;
jf mucous in the throat, th constant
spitting- and hawking- and evil odor
ox uie nreaui win net oniv cause
misery to you, but will make jrour
presence obnoxious to others. S. S. S,
which has been the standard blood
medicine for fifty years, will relieve
your catarrh, because it will purify
your blood and relieve it of the ac
cumulated poisons. S. S. & contain
no mineral or habit-forming- driers.
S. S. S. is on sale at all druggists and
the advice of our medical department
is at your diaposal. free of charge.
Swift Specific Co, 302 Swift Building.
Atlanta. Ga.
EYE STRAIN
MEANS NERVE DRAIN
Eye strain Is
not lay c
J o in pirved hv
p ior 'si n ; v.--lon
In each y
may r?ie1str 100 iwr cnt jt th
drain on the nerve auppty of th
bod y is far reach i nir a nd t He re
sults a 1 mi ret un believable.
The syrnptom that are KeneraJ
ly known to gt vtth eye jroubl
may be absent, yet the m pathet
ic nerve system be greatly divt orb
ed and the effect rmp out tn sxne
part of th body where the reel.
a nee t teaM.
If you havt trie! ether nyntema
for the relief of headache and
nervous dimirdera without the da
sired rpti(ts. try Optotwetry. Thou
sand have found relief after try
Inir many othr rvntrma wit hout
results.
DALE ROTHWELL.
Optotnetriac nd Opticiata
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Temple Tkeafcre
LAST TIME TODAY
HIPPODROME VAUDEVILLE
COOPER-RIGDON DANCERS, 5 People 5
"Dance Carnival Solo. Moment MuticaJ... Bacchanale Solo. The Dance of the Snow"
EDWARDS & McKINNA
''Harmony and Singing Duet in Popular
and Classical Selections,'
LEN LEONE
"Comrdf Cyclist and Grotesque Dancer"
Constance
Talmadge in
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