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...... iU.,,...iaiUl Section Two Pages 5 to 12 Section Two Pages 5 to 12 DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1917. f I - yjnnL SEM hWEEKLY jvn "sjr G ) IT PAYS TO PAY CASH AT CONROY'S CONROYlSS 525 Main St. Free Delivery. Phone 640 When practicing economy, start the day right by getting the best Coffee and Tea at the reduced price. There is no Coffee or Tea quite so pleas ing as Folger's Golden Gate. You will agree with us when you try your first can. MOTION PICTURE NEWS What the Picture Theaters Have to Tell You. jChildren 10c Adults 30c Sunday Monday CAltOXKIt PKUFOIIMS hoicsj:ij k rininjjs I In "Men of the Iepert," the fourth of his Kssa nay-' Wet tern productions. ; Jack Gardner arrears tut a dare-devil cowboy. Mr. Gardner, formerly, was a musical comedy Ktar und dwelt In the east, however, his feat of horse- manshfp in this picture demonntrates that It Isn't altogether necessary to live in the west In order to learn to ride a horse. 'oy Sunday .and Monday. sTitox; OOXTUAMTK IX "Xlli:! It tO.MP.UT TO MISS THEIR COMPACT IS TO MISS A TREAT BRAY PICTOGRAPH V It r' u iMiii!HiinitiiiriiiiiriiuniiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiMiiiiiiiiitiiiiiriiMiiiiiiifiiiiiiMi!ii!iriiiHi 1 1 1 ii i "i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii(iiiiii 11 A Big Delayed Shipment of S3 XX 3 S3 as Oriental Christmas SVenes of dramatic Intensity abound in "Their Compact,' Metro'K Super-j Feature starring Francis X. Hush- i ; man and Iieverly Jtuync, whic h will j be Keen at the Alta Theatre Sunday and Monday. One of the closing tableaux. In which Morton, the min- j in camp's evil spirit, succumbs to a j ttafcrc death in the desert, is one of; mont powerful ever screened. As a ! sort of poetic justice, he meets his ! death at the hands of the woman he, has lured from home, ho that it is his own wronff-doinK: which 'proves to he his Nemesis. ; The desert country and the roitMli mining towns are shown in "Their Compact'" in contrast to the scenes ot New York life in which James Van Dyke Moore Francis X, iiushman) originally moves. Going Westward. ' the memory of a bad woman is erased from his heart by the win some smile of a good one, Mollie Anderson, played by Jieverly llnyne. Soon he is suinic for her favor with in enthusiasm the fashionable wo- S men of society could never arouse in him. E Good and evil Influences battle' in 2z the primitive mining tow.! of Silver- 52 viile, and "Jim" Moore has need of all 25 his superb physical strength. f ; SC '"ental courage he has unusual need- EEj; For that Is the central ida In "Their j Compart.'- t ' r ' , ' , ,!.. ill A i I', ' ' " f , -. r A - 8 1 :v . rr..-E. R i . fl e - r e ; L . S . ' f. I . - - 7 1 GOODS JUST RECEIVED ' Baskets, trays, toys and "V Oriental novelties of every description. ' Come and sec them " ECONOMY DRUG CO. Alia Tmlay. As a patron of the motion picture. Mawaine Petrova is a new recruit, for until very recently she h:t-s al E ways insiMted jthat inuvlng pictures . H Ilrs not ."HenKifolu' ami mutlo oijec j; tioim which Phe herself now admits were ahaurd. Recently at the Jtlalto Thtatre, New York t'ity, she refuteil these ld lellefs of hers completely 52 ' '' the presentation to ManaKer S; Rothaphfel of a huKe silver lovlny- cui In token of her appreciation of E3 his exquisie method of presentins her jE first l'arainoiint picture. The cup E is to remain In ManaKer Rothapfel'? hands his year and then eh to some Ejjj other mananer in another part of the country. Alta today. The Home of the Big r:. Orchestra TRAWCS X BUSHMAN end BEVERY BAYINE1 iv " T HlIR COMPACT" Francis X. Bushman and Beverly Bayne in Th 1 eir 10m pact The story of a man's man ami of a wnmanlv desert cuiintry and th1 rou.uU nun in g camps; k batile in tli.j I'l iniitn mining town of Silverville wnntan; a drama of the iod and evil inf luvnees ; VAUDEVILLE ROIIN & BOHN & LIBERTY ROY" AN D XAUATVDOD BOIIN 'Ltii'lS.I Singing, Talking, Dancing. Balancing Novelty. A ' F 100 PICTURE - unit iiitv 1V l lit 1." ';ilV.XIYxm S.M.1.IKKS .'' ''' ident of tho Woman's I.eaKue. of the Vrljwrsjty. that followins a. letter recei-ed on the campus from Lieu tnat l.esiic o. Tooze at Camp Lew is, it had been decided to have the tflrls make ::." pounds of war candy to he sent to one of the companies Telephone 711 1 Hotel St George BIdg. S3 Sr.llhllllllHMMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIlllMIMIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItlirr t ly Wednesday morning it , an-((llllllljlHlllllilllllllMlllllilJllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHllllllllllllillllllltl- nottneed ly Miss Helen I'M ano. Ptes- 1-NIVRRS1TY OF OHE'lON. Ku Rene. Dec. 13. Girls of the X'niver sity of Oretton are preparinK to sweeten the. holiday season for en listed men in the army. At assent - This is tlie latest war activity of ithe sir! students in the I'niversity. i Already hirye numbers of them are j occupying their leisure moments in knitting sweaters, scarfs and wrist ' it ts for men in the army and navy, iand the rIiI without her needles and ball of Kray or drab yarn is beoom. inu the excepti' ti. Sunday Monday SUNDAY MONDAY 1.. rd I.ansdowne has mail hit in llerlin. e a ureat c.i 1:1. isii.i.iAitnisT tsTAUTI.I'S if- r A REAL WESTERN Jack Gardner IN- Men ot the Deiert Essanay CHILDREN 5c ADULTS 20c 66MeE of the D esort A piclurized story of the now famous Gaylor Norris fued of cattlemen and sheepmen in the early days of the western frontier. A DRAMA OF THE OPEN SPACES Beautiful scenery, dramatic action. A big story of the west where men loom big and women have the groat hearts of those ontrammcled by the conven tions of society. UNIVERSAL NEWS WEEKLY All the Latest News of the Day. M ', :tVV"1 1 PISJ.VIAKA-'. Miss rial a ilclphiu. Mho ie-inii.ils in hold for the I Mill' V01 K . The ihat sl-ilfnl ' ell., is by 111' pin accoiiii'l the table i mvil Is the the billiard 1 la: defe ...I of 1'hila- SHU'l'.ll lif'i- 1 Ii'uruaiueiit .f the I'.illiard ml in Ni-n lienionsl rale.i f the billiard ii:e:ini si'lely a ni:isrn- -bl'.ellU I li t' Skill ,.t reir.arl.aMo Miss liny, pioneer ol her sex ir. i.'id. benefit 1 l;i!!00 Ft mm! lail i. l.iiny I ! ' ! 'I j;- K " v - ' ; A i tx4 i i i ft iM - - ' . ! - , v jrrW jXv i if' S i i ir.".-" v NX . '.-v U S i ' x"? s, v . , j , - i j 5 ' i P " V- -K - , s"4 , j f 2 i; V-V. !' ' . . 'Am j'!.', i- U ' - ! MAEY-PlCKf-OED If i JliSi:,,1,'1 ! . ' -1 1 -"Tho Little Prince S:L ,". -;Tr... .w-- : AM AKTCEAPT PICTURE J Greater Ken Than Her ( hai ;u(ei izations in Former Pictures ford in is Ma rv Pick- TO IrS n ii uffii yrsBigiii s Delightful Plav. She is Both Rich and Poor in Tlii Will Smile With Ilei You Will Loe Her. You Will Crv With Her. You DON'T FAIL TO SEE YOUR FAVORITE. IN ADDITION "THE KATZEN.JAMMER KIDS." Adults 2.u' Children 10c s