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wT v TiXi'X tsjih 1 PAGE FIVR " EIGHT TAfeES - DATIY EAST OTtEf.ONTAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY Ifl, PASTS 5U2E Todaif A TA TODAY NOTION PICTURE NEWS IT PAYS TO PAY CASH AT CONROY'S W&m U AA The House of Quality. .... n ijili- ..in. -111111111 I"' " i I nun mi.. ii iiii.ii.ii ii T, : ' , . . - , .. , 4 1 I PRICES TALK AT CONROY'S CASH GROCERY CONROY'S 525 Main St. Free Delivery. Phone C4Q Quaker Corn Flakes, 3 packages 25c Albers Rolled Oats, package 30c Olympic Pan Cake Flour, pkg. 35c, 2 for 65c Aunt Jamiraa Pan Cake Flour, package 20c, 2 for . , . . 35c Aunt Jamima Buckwheat, - i package 20c, 2 for 35c Maeuronl, Kpughcul, ondles, ,puckuK lOu Macaroni. Sialieltl, A Hi. hux 83c t.hlriii-ilclll (iround Chocolate, I Hi. i nn :tlo llerslieys ('.una . . Hi. ran ,811c, I lb. :' Whiilc Whcul ami (iraliam I'limr. M Hi. Mick... HHu 11 VI' lliiur, II imiiiiiiI Mick 71k' Corn Meal, I-!uMci'n, Hntiiil suck IkV'. 1'mckctf llnmhiy, II pound Mick. w ! Carina, iKiiinil wick one Hulled Oul. 0 pound Mick , Mount. Vcriinn .Milk, 2 eiins f 25c Toilet Iumt, I mils , u - -'""' star Xnplliu I'mxli'i', package I.... 2c Citrus lowilor, pttcktiKO , . '. .-. T. . . . -of A. II. Vnptliu Soap, 4 liars 2."o Iloli While Simp, 5 I mi rs 2'm: knluhls of Columbus War Camp l'n n, I Drive. Thursday anil I-'rliluy. llolf the CiiHiil Ctiiisc Along. What the Picture Theaters Have to Tell You. IXIH.W i:mh;d limit oi-witmax rri'i:inxi The limit of human suffering end ; falthfnlneHH Ih reached In the necnnd episode of "Thft FiKhlliiK Trail." th; fireater Vltanruph Nerial, which will i ho Khown at the Cony theatre today, 'when a hand of . ontluwK, eeklnsr to force Information out of an Indian, reKort to torture. I Yuul Joe, the Indian. Hhnre wit h ! hU niaHter the secret of u valuable tnlne'H loeution and the oiiUuwh are Htrivlnjr In every way to Ket him to tell them where It Ih They beat hirn, tie 1 hfin to n tree, prick hlH flesh wltii! ' bowie failven and even burn the so lex I of hlH feet to inu ke ' him break down, i 15 . If V I ' - 'A $i r Triangle Presents ENID BENNETT -In- Mother Instinct Al A BEAUTIFUL AND IM- rihj ' PRESSIVE DRAMA. KXin ijkwktt ktak ix j 'Till; MOTIlKfti IXSTIXCT'i Enid Hennett will Htur In "The Mother InHtlnet," a new Triangle play j by Maude I'ettiiH and pictni fzed by hamhert Hlllyer, whieh will be Khown at the J'uHtitne thutre today. MIhk Hennett. who unt ujjpoarwd In' "The (iirl ilory," ha the role of a ; Krench peasant nri, the dtiimhter of a ; ilHherman on the coast of France. She rops to I'ariH and finds romance In l hi ' nayety of the Latin quarter. 1 , Marrftry Wilson, who has appeared iln leadins roles of many Triunsle pro i duetlons and who has recently been elevated to stardom, appears as tin sluier of the star In this play. A Picture That Will Please. Triangle Comedy "HOUSE OF SCANDAL" ' u II OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE SMOIST svN'orsis Ol' -I NKNOWN 27 BREAKS A COLD IN JUST A FEW HOURS 'rwirs roi.n c -m v i- i:ns (.itii'i'i: usi-:itv -imvt stw s'rrri'i.i-i i: Yon can i'ikI irrlMie aiul hreak nn a severe enlil eHher in heml chest, do.ly or llinliH, hy taklnir a dose ot 'l'are'ii Cold iSiniiioimil" every two hours until three cI.isck are liiken. . It promptly opens cloKKed-iip tins-, trlls and ulr p.i.-.meM in the head, i stops nasty dlschnrM or nose rnnnlnK. j relieves sick headache, dullness, fever-1 Ishness. sore thront, snee.ltiK, soreness ' and stiffness. Don t slay Mnffcd-iip! inlt hlnw-. Ii-r and simfliim! Kast r throli-, hln head nrilhini; else In the world kIvch such prompt relief as "rape's od Coinponnd." which costs only a. lew cents at any driiK store. It nets without assistance, tastes nice, and, causes no inconvenience. He sine yon tret the penulne. JinlTIKH 11111 JUTS n ami: tiiaii:-m kks ARNOLD MI1IS IN HALIFAX WITH SHIP FINOS WEATHER COLD Mm M'nnls has received the follow ing Interesting letter from her son Arm. Id well known 1'endlelnn younk loan who enlisted in the navy. January .1. 191k Dear 4'olks: I I suppose I or we have answers on the way since I wrote you Ironi Nor folk. We left there rather sndderil. t'hristmas Kvi, I think, convoyed tin. :ime three ships we hrnunht front Colon or Panama to Halifax. Nova Scotia. Well now say. talk about coin weather, we had it. Von couldn't pile nn too much clothes to keep warm. We were issued storm clothes nr elsi we would have frozen l,nt they al ways do that here I ;jues. We did not Ket lilierty in Halifax, tincss you have heard of the muni lion ship blow IllK up thcri-. Well w saw several ships ri'in way up "n th bench on that account The story of "rnkiiowu l'7i." June ' 'npi'icc'M latest pjhotoplay. Is that ol n Klrl who rises ironi an orphanage to : the position of the wife or a New Vork nillllnniillc. In this rise she meets with iiian 'cuiplntlou.s blU Lite Balden her salelj over Ihi' traits laid fur her tindoitoj by a scheiiilnu uiiscrupuloiis couple o; Itrnailway's uay llle. This man and woman take the eirl from the orphanaKe In Maine. brlni4 her to New York, put her in a finish Init school, dress her n t in the latest fashion and plan to sell her to the hiKhest bidder anions the youm; uiillionalrcs who nre runnin'4 riot around the city. , The biKKest spenilthrift nr them all ' he who is called ' The lloldcn Kid." drifts Into the story. Innocently at tirst. later as a part of the plot to sell the Klrl. mill then, bellcvms in the Dili's Blindness, he fools the schemers and both the k-lil and "The liolden Kid" come out with fiyinir colors. Ml.l Today. See that Fitow csoirvcr thepc He'S UORKIIVC; IN SMITHSON'S JTTcRS.. "foJ MNT TO K5SP Ai EYt ON HIM SHH HC'S AN CH-POIMVlCT- WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS THE SUNSHINE MAID June Caprice -IN- Unknown 274 The Strange Adventure of a Young Girl in a Big City. A SMILE A LAUGH i A THRILL 0' Children 10c Adults 30c VAUDEVILLE SEYMOUR & DUPREE ROSCOE & BURK The .IiimpinK Chinaman and the Novelty and Musical Act. Dainty ri.iuhrette. M-ritlt C AST CHOSI--.X 1-Olt I'ATKIOTU: LAY rniilj- Stocns llax rmcrfnl Support In Metro's The Slacker. , ' "The slneker." Metro's ureal spe r ! "Ul'l nalriollc l.f ':'...el1on de luxe. In which the Killed oh, s see, Yot-i?e DO'lsiC AL- YOU O-trJ To HLP MIDI OWC BY JlCSlUC sniooihlv. Men conscripts In the first exceed 20... lth..Mb ' the act was wiui in'i'i .draft refioneil in batches as previous- numner ly airaimed by district renislrars and reasons. will sn into tr.-iinini? as rapidly as tney can be handled and epiipped. I Thr. neu- I is In I if . n calls for 1 iidu men. The first draft is said 10 break ih, at the first pressure. Anv man is a mollycoddle who akes New Year's resolutions Just t" 1 Tedoy 1 l Kmow yov; pr?T7-y li'eiL, A.rilf IP fou lMOOIi CST ct.. TMlT S CCMIWC TO VOO THG ON YOUR. CI.OTHES UuOUi.'DN',r B RVJNjMiiMCS UP AND X50 Iaj M !'.'. . al- have Aliwrl.lllis in I'.nulllllll 1'lKIC'l llnsi-ih-ss Will He Hurt hy Its I'livsnc. -. invnnv Jan. 11. The represen tatives of America it manufacturers I i.n .-1 out before ilayllKhl nearly. I KliKlnnd are much alarmed over a bill j v,n m hopes we would cet liberty fo. In parliament providing that If the. perhaps w Id have ot 10 see Itrocky vroprletor of a word trade-nun k I4" m Kips brother uses his mark ns to lead the public to reKard It as the name of an article it shall 'he removed from the register of trnde-marks. It Is nolnted out Hint If Hie hill was Tiassed. many American articles which was about IS below in Portsmouth have become jioinilarh'.ert throiikh ' :iMd while we were there it went to fi:t name trade marks prnhnnly would I Lfinji a rn Say maybe you think It Imitated under the same name and , Vt :,Mi't pi. id slandliiK K'm watches. Wi thal Americans would have no re- ,'dn't net liberty In Portsmouth, only t)rf.SH, i stayed there a short while and till The attention of the American con j the first one 'n New York. Il i. Mil Keneral. Kobert I', filmier, has warm here either, been collc.l to the seriousness of the1 We col mall Just ns we left Norfolk. situation, ami AVashlllKton may "c asked to Intercede with the llrltlsh covernment for the removal of the objectionable features of the bill. RUB ON SPRAINS. PAINS, SWELLING star. KniHy Stev- ll was sure fousv and I went Inneei -ns. appears, nils oeen Kten . .. with out n bath then, than I have ; inusual dlstlneliun by Its author-di-since I have been In the navy. j rector. William Christy Cabamie. On the way back we stopiied ovel ; The part of "The Slacker'' has been lilRht In the harbor at Huston. bill ; rltn.-ld to that sterling actor. Wall-. r Miller. Mr. Miller was associaieo it Ii Mr. Cabanne on the Pacific cnasl inder the ilifrfilh banner. lie ha. hail valuable experience In both Mn.se n:d screen work. Ilismolion picture . ex i.ci iciicc nas oi -. ithei i ductioits Willi the lllojirnrn. I-'ox ami y fur i I'lilversal companies. 11 i lco Delaney has the Imiiortnnl role if John HnrdiiiK. Mr. Delnney is one n the most valuable players known to the screen world. Amona his re- cnt ilctures are '.Susie Pnow-flake." nd Jlie Vital Question." l'.efore 4oin into the stock work which com prised his first stase experience. Mr. Delaney was a successful lawyer. He is a native of Vermont. Kupene ltorilen who plays the pari o! the sailor lad In "The Slacker." i Hlso a praduato of stock work on the ipeakiliK stnee. "Uniintinir Shadows.' i World production. Is one of his bcs. l-.nown pii-tures. t - i ; The Fighting Trail lloslon was sure a cnM plat most as hud as Halifax. Yon perhaps heard about the cold wi here. St. .lohnshurry Is not ve from rortsinoiith. our in-x: sio DON'T Sl I'lTIS! Ill TIIK MO'IKM' vor ST. .lAtOIIS .ir.r t nMi:s urn w rru ,iniii-:nt" We uot n letter from Klsie and one from I.onie also a box from Klsle urn', say Klise but it was sure liiiiul. Yni. don't Imagine how we appreciated 11. Fat Kot a box from Kliner and Hil da iind, we not one apiece Ironi the l:pworth Leaaue. Yon can see we haven't had time to write and thank tin-in all so you can io so If you wish and I will write as soon as possible to them mysell. but we sre sure busy now. We are 111 the navy yards. i i cur I think i.o,c s nox a..,, p." e : , , h0 c.lt nllematlve nun zrtnZn :r, : -Ti - - - down to the "Ms" In culling I hen. i "here established. off before lilierty. So I expect a WORKERS INTERESTS ARE BOUNDED UP IN DEFEATING GERMANY n:n i- kkhn.j I. X X. Jan U. "The intert'sts tf the workiniiinn in America a. tll as in Ktii;l:iiil ar Ixmnd up in hi'.ii ini; CtTiiiiinv: it can't he domj xt'C'pt hy i he willing onp"i'fiiin "! tin iiH-ti in Iht workshops and liekl." at fitnlinq; t the 'Iiij-;lit llnnorahle ii X. ItiiriH's. a meinhcr or parliament. "This year is the tesiinw time for the I'isht ers fur I'reethnn. I " In tats will make their last gi t at efforts before America grtf In. Herman armies may violently attack the Fient h. Uritisi and IiMlians in the next few month:--The effective Amrican ?udp must1 Jhen be in Ihe field. Ve nope every . i American worker will contrilmte to that help by bein; there m time. I speak as man. In the socialists j movement here f.r 2 years, my tym- ; 1 i-athles were with the workers hut now : everything must be surMirdlnated t winnins the war." STAItT f All t OS ItlPTlON OTTAWA, Jan. 11. The machinery of anadas military Sr-i vine act u pm in motion today, and worked Chapter No. 2 . "THE STORY OF YBARRA" She handles a horse like no other woman in the world. See Carol Holloway and William Dungan in the greatest serial eveii written. Astounding Sensations. Helen Holmes IN "THE LOST EXPRESS" Nerve Defying Daring KEYSTONE COMED.Y Wanted a Cook The IiimhinI i:i'fcels of humors are : worse than the outward. They en danger the whole system. Hoods : Sarsapal ilia eradicates all humors all thcr 111 n-U I'll llld olltwaro WEDNESDAY ARCA THURSDAY work . in my , Tlon'l stay crippled: Hull this sooth Ink- penetratln;v liniment l imit hunch of mail. the sprain, ache or strain, and out j Wt, eame under Uronklyn and Man cooes iiaiiv soreness, stiffness and . HjlUiin blldces today. We had ti swetllmr. : lower both masts he colder Noihlm' else penetrates, heals and... .,vc, done yet l"ie bia toe streiiKlhens the Injured ninsclis. ner- u,fl fllot Knt frostbitten. e tendons and IlKaments so pi'iiinfil-, Well. I sness that Is about a ly II doesn't burn or dlsenlor the skin ,r.v-iip letter. Hope you and ran not cause Injury. Don't snf- ,1IlUl. 11U, , wn have more r....i i:ei a small trial bottle fron, . ,-dav or Sunday, inc thinks. nnv druK store now limber up! Hub ."at said to tell you all . , . .....i,,..nt iit'ler .. i. i. ....... i.i ....-(i the nilsi-ry riKin oui. inai nni.xot- oe . ,, t;..t . f. , i. ...olied voll i . ........ oi .e I,,..,,,. he Is oft This Is the fust St. J1ICOOS l.llll'n"" ; lllllllv in' y I ...nr.. lilv . . ,.. uihrhiesi na n or . ..li.... ,md has more time, i inonini Clin HOI lee. v..- - oi io.-- "--r. - -- and yon can no i i i aikh snlil that we nao a iiiincu s..,.., It,, send home II" we ever Ket a cnance. Jacobs Liniment- coinpicis , l.ots 01 mve. it to.s been used clieciici, .... ; o.s.-i.i'. soreness. leKlllar dlltley . "St. fin in 1-iTl l.L tlltlH lis ItlMT tU TI'l'l ! I nllllcil iM'iiii.mls on v. S. sni-: ('oriMiriitlon on Ihe I urn's! sc. NKW YOltK. Jan 1.".. The unfilled ; rdei-s lu hooks of the l ulled States II fr I socl corporation on Deceiiiber 5i . 4 e-in I amounted to 9.:!M.71S tons. an in time 1 crease of 4S4.fil'J tons compared with the orders on November :in. ai-cimi-.. ..... .. i,....i i.i hell and 'OK m me nioniiuy i.-,...., some ila . tiny. the ursi nine nw. i fimires have shown an In crease since April. 1 ' 1 i . w nell tney v.ero 1 2. 1 X.1.IIK3 tons, the coi-puia-I inn's hlKhest recoril. BAND IN FRONT OF THEATRE CHILDREN 10c mm1 and .llffnes t Uii-ii nu "Eirillllr. fin for ill) "years six K"bl iiiednl awards. r.( srI.Kuvisi-: WAlt (II AIMTI i:S Hill In 'inttrcs to Kei-ii'atc Sollclta lation of Funds. WART NURSE TAKES FIRST REST, v I'lirvii. The I'ollowiiiKT described ,nlmals VAS1 1 1 NUT N, Jan. 11. A bill to h-ive been taken up hy the Marshal .eKiilate the solicitation or funds tor i of thn Cltv of Pendleton, lo-wit: w.,r cliatitics. drawn by a special cmn- Onn iron crnv mare mute, wclshl m,. of the National Association of I n.livl A It on ,-i w,.s introdueeil today by ''obklck horsemnle. 1.00 lbs. rlKbl ear split. No braml visible. On brown mare mule. H"' '"s a rlKht stifle. No brands visime. i nut brow ll inure inub I2HII lbs No iN-oi-esenlailve norland nl .Missouri. It directs thn all charities npcralim: Mn two or more slates must procure ' a license from the federal commission ; er of cil'ication. iirano i i.-e... . ... . .ii One cnyuse mare Mia lbs. Inn. ball tr.ee. branded I'' II on l IkI.i sh b i mid T W on left stifle. If said animals are not claimed the owners or thnse cnlltled to the possession t them, costs iind ex penses iiKi.lnst then. paid and ' taken away wllhin Ic. Days li'om thn dale hereof, then lit i o clock p. ,. on the IMilh day of January flV the said l als will he sold to - the iilKl.es let'. "' ti"- for cas t the CUV I'"'""' '", CIIV of P.-ndlelon. Ihe proceeds o. such sale to be applied to the pay ment of suel. co-ts nod expenses ol maklnir sale. Dated this lath -lay "f . IIUI'I'-K- .. flty Marshal ATTENTION Bad Stomachs "My husband has heel. troubled with his stomach for many years. 1 ST I MI'.ZI! has Kiven him so nnich re- , lief In- lias not been ji ouhlei w llh his sioim.ch since takiiiK same." Mrs. Norah .Meek. Woodbury, Ky. STUM EZE MC-i'iiii-i. ' "-V - -V.'. : the niodern stomach niedicini-. works almost like manic. For sale iind j guaranteed. byll driufslets. ' HCRMYIX1S fOSClCCU . Wlsa' Phyllis Evelyn" Goichen. who has been a war nurse In a London hospital since Ihe hegln- 'nlnK of the war. Is now taking her first rest. She is Ihe daughteriif llie 3ecooaVlset"JDtOoscheo.. i ': J Y V V ' V- I - I ; L SPECIAL ORCHESTHA SPECIAL LOBBY ADULTS 30c EM4LY. STEVENS m'THE SLACKER THE STAR SPANGLED BANNER WILL MEAN MORE TO YOU AFTER YOU SEE run with i:milv stj-:vi:ns A Mighty Drama of the Hay and Hour An Article Triumph.