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Pages 9 to 12 Section Two Pages 9 to 12 DAILY EAST OREG ONI AN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, MAY 21,1918. o o o o o o o o 0 a o o o o o & & o o a o o o o . IT PAYS TO PAY CASH AT CONROY'S Your Savings Account Will Grow if You Trade at Conroy's CONROY'S GROCERY 525 Main St. Free Delivery. Phone 640 Washington Crisps, package. , 10c Alber's Oat Flakes .................. 35c Barley. Flour, 9 lb. sack .............. 85c ; Rice Flour, 10 lb. sack, $1.35 Potatoes, Cwt. . . i ." ..... '. $L00 Cora ........ 2 cuuit 33c; case $2.75 , Tomatoes 3 cans 25c; case, f. 2.HO iTisco..... ..small Ocj medium, $1.05; law, $2.10 lag Cabin Syrup .... quarts 45c, larger lOo Tea Garden lrlps ti val. -' Ballon $!. Taffy Syrup, lt ikiiiihI jacket $1.83 Monopolc Jolly Powder, a package 25o Peanut Butter, bulk, pound 2Su (iintrcr Snaps, pounds ....... 2o Kenewlok lrawbrrries, bos 2lo AsliaraKiis, 2 pounds ' .. 25 Home Grown Ix-ttuoe, bunch 5c ttlrinach, 4 pounds 25c None Such Mlnco Meat, 2 packages 25u r"rcl' Bauer Kraiit and Sausage, can 25c Van Camp's Boiu, 1 cans ........... y - 25o IT PAYS TO PAY'CASH AT CONKOrS MOVIE bis. with the money also are faithfully screened. Mr. Iuncan and MIhs Hoi' loway take the leading roles. ; ' pinks V-lSiNt PA Bite, May 20. (The trawler Allly unk a U-boat capturing the com mander, freeing the captain and tak ing the crewof a Spanish sailing ves sel prisoners! Toul dispatches today declared. ! v AlullIlIISUItillililllllllllllllllllltllllllllllllllllllllliillUIIIIIIIUIIIllllIllllIltllllllllllV VALUE FOR EVERY I DOLLAR Tour teeth carefully examined and properly fixed by the best . painless method known. Newton Painless Dentists Corner Main and Webb StrMcs Ptaon 19 One rwn""" . We adrcrU.sc and. pffcf JVa . Savings Stump for - Dale wlllr ' yerjr piirciiasc . ((JH, ,lt tilB nnu8Illl crromicrs if t,lic :;u Montcy-Actors Cumins In rcBannijnnnuiiiiiiMiHiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiciiiiiiiJisiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiniv- i"w unii Alta Tuesility-WciliKMtjay. MoHt melodramas have one hi 8 thrill. "The Ime Wolf," Herbert Hrenon'H ' latent , SeUnick-I'lcture, break! ull records hy containing no loan than three Mj? Incidents, any one of which would be sufrlclent 10 form the nucleus for a Kindle production This photo-melodrama will bo the at traction at the Alta theater Tuesday, The fh-st of the spectacular episodes U the burning of a blrj hostel by the Paris Apaches to conceal a murder, he second Is a race between two au tomobiles through the streets at breakneck speed, concluding with one of the machines- leaping fifty feet Into a river, through, an opening draw bridge. The third ts a three-cornered flKht In the., air between aeroplanes racing; acrosn the English channel. There are many other strenuous mo ments In the story, which is best de scribed aa a multiple 'melodrama de luxe. A remarkable cast is headed by Hazel Dawn and Bert LyteM- The story Is from the novel of the same name by Lotiis Joseph Vance. Vftngrspli Starr Art' Hauled hy Itcne gut to I ml ia ii on iJirhits to Top of Jlih t'lifr. t A-ranffoiii demand for $ 1 00,000 HMccHHNfully earfled out under amaz ing and thrilling conditions In the fourth episode of ."Vengeance and the Woman."' Greater Vltagraph's melodrama serial which will be seen In 4he pastime theater on today William Duncan Henry Blake) anJ Carol Holloway (BetHie Blake) are trapped by outlaws on a shelving rock midway the sheer side of a chasm hundreds ctf feet high. There is no possi I dp means of esca pe. The out laws threw a lariat across the top of the chasm and from this hy means of & second lariat, Comanche Pete low ers himself tjt the prisoners. Blake, on' promise of liberty for himself and Kessie, his wife, writes an order on the bank of which he is president, for $100,000 to be paid without question to the Indian. The entire scene ii photographed without loss of a thrill in wild recess of mountains in south ern California, The wild ride of the Indian to the bank and his return William Fox announce .for Tom Mix a new play that fits this daring star to a T. It Is called "Western JUood'' and will be shown at the Ai cado theater today. Tom Mix has jumped right to- ths front of popularity among motion pic tun? stars. His clever horsemanship, his stunts indoors and out, his lights for the rights of others against the villainous bund that have long infest ed the oidtlme west nave made his jB 1 style of pay welcomed among all class es, ne is ine reai cwnuy 01 titv screen. He was born arid brought up on the plains, leaving them only to complete a college course. In his latest story he adds to? hi popularity. He continues to show hi excellent and daring horsemanship. Excruciatingly funny situations ap pear In every few feet of the film. Be. side the -scenic effects are beautiful as It usual with Tom Mix pictures TODAY nn nn UWii 0 IN- OVER THE NORTHWEST The Wonderful Drama of the Land Where the Best Man Wins. " 1 .1 ... 1 . . .t s . f. . " ' ... i - H ' f - . . ; . ., I j 4 , E! r: . . E ' V , f9 "- THE HOUSE OF QUALITY Children 10c Tuesday Wednesday Adults 25c ooobooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo 0 rv By Lois Joseph Vance EIGHT REELS EIGHT ' Thrills, Sensations, Big Punches. AH Pendleton will be Talking About "The Lone Wolf." - JIAZEL DAWN (As Lucy Shannon) BERT LYTELL (As "The Lonesome Wolf") if HERBERT BRF.N0N prrsrxrst g "THE LONE WOLF SaZNICKCKPICTURES t - it . 'i; I BIG MASSIVE SPECTACULAR O o o o o 2 o o o o o o o o o o o e o o STATE TO GO WHEATLKSS. HKIiKXA, May 21. A wlicat ktia diet for Montana until July 1 was proposed I na resolution pass ed today by a state-wide confer ence of food administrators. The resolution for six wlieatlcss weeks It la understood, will have Uio Iracticat effect of an order. WOMKN IMIN"G MlIJj WORK. AISKIlOKIiV, Wash., May 21. Anollier Aberdeen mill, tlie !ay City lAinlier (XnniHiny, is lilr inti women for liRlit work about tho plant and to dato lias about half u dozen at work. Tho hiring of women Uiere fol Uws a swceKrftil lryut of wtmicii labor at tiio AlMrdecn lyumber &. fShtnglo Cxtmpany, wlicre six srirls liave been employed in the. plan iiuc mill and in piling luml.-er In the yards. CONVICTS IIOPK TO KNUST IICITK. Mont.. May 21 Two hundred and firty lirlsoiairs at tho state isrnitentiary in lN-er Lodfte arc being drilled in ntill tary si'iein as a result of a round robin presented to the warden. OXK VJTK 1HC1IKK 1HIMAHV. BAKKK, tre.. May 21. HiuU complete returns in primary elec tion shows M. I. Hirford winner ocr J. fi. Mcssii-k for denKH-ratic 1 nomination for cin-HitMndae by a . siiurlc vote, the -winner polllniC; 567 and loser 5B- Both candi dates wauhod the orflcial count wnd when tho result was an-iKtim-rd Mexslck consratulatl . Clifford and told him ho would give hlin full sumiort In the gen eral election. , GKHMAX PAPEltS SCSPKXI. Sl"OKAXlX May 21. The Spo kane Herald, with Is assotHated pulilicatinns in Seattle. Kverctt and Uellinsliam. has suspendedd publication.. Tills IikIihIc-s the well-known tJennaii - Amerhtui publication. the Washington Stnats-Zcitung of Seattle. The editor, in a farewell announce ment, explains that the reason for .disrtiiitinulii!-' tlie IHiier are entirely iwtrlotic and based on a desire to remove all misunder standings. " , xew siiiPVAun txm poiit- 1AXI. POUThAXP. May 21. Estab lishment of a steel shipbuilding plant, cmertnic " acres, to be lo cated south of Woods street, on the west bank of tlie Willamette river. Is the lastest -maritime en terprise the Xorthwest SttVI Conkpany Is fostcriiur to provide adilltlonal uinnaBe in bai-klng the Enicrficucy llt Corporation " . simiii the Atlantic with he brltlKC of ships R-wral lVrshlng has asked for. DIF.II a;ei io:i. . ALBANY. Or., May 21. Mrs. .Mary Macrialcne l'aiilkncr. proh ably the oldest iierson In oreKon. died last nlsiit at Iter home in niilfts soiitlH-a-t of Albany, ased l(a years and II dajs. slie liv ed on the rami on which she died continuous.)' for almost J years. Thrilling and Trying: Times in the lives of Sturdy Men of the Plains. . ; IN ADDITION Children 5c -A BEAUTIFUL SCENIC Adults 20c The major bought the clock from a Mrs- Morton who came here from Indiana, and made her residence -on Riverside. She sold it and a number of other curios when she returned east a fewnwkn ago, and the clock Is now on display at the major's i .. Working for Uncle Sam Is good. IJufe :so is working for decency and a friw ' world. PASTIME TODAY 'IflGEW II S THE V Of-lffi" WILUAM DUNCAN and CARROL IlALLOWAY Will stir you to the depths.- Only in the great out doors where this master serial was made could such adventure be staged. Will death itself stand in the Can any force keep him away from his mate. way j DONT FAIL TO SEE THIS EPISODE The Mystery Ship BEN WILSON and NEVA GERBER Triangle Keystone Comedy full of laughs and thrills. ; I Children 5c Adults 20c Old Wooden Clock Keeps Perfect Time ?4 .Si Kthe'lone' i 00000GOOOv50 SPECIAL MUSIC ALTA ORCHESTRA C. O. Breach, Director. In Addition ALTA SCREEN TELEGRAM Ail olil cluck, wotiilen even to faro artrt wheels, whb h was made at 1'ly tnotilh Ihi'low. Conn.. 1" years also, is 1 1 no if Mifjur l-re M.xirh.mse's lu!-c-st ar'iuisit kn. The historic nld time piece casne into I lie l.iujcl s posses sion itiioiil six vel.s w!vn lu nounil H UP and set HRollitr. "l"1 f lias nrwr varied tvio ;,iiinis in ti'ue since, tie siiys. Millie the)ea-e Is of (lie pilUr sen. II top HesiKii. which 1 11 Terry pateuled in IMI. Mr. Mooi Ionise h is Ik -'M aids ! flanre onl Hie eloel. s nppios linale aw. for II bears n .teiil dad 's., was made eell earlier ill.tti lx4 i In a letter received from the isrtll 'Thomas cioek roiii:'Tiy's New YorK otflie. some Inlei ef tine: bits ol mf..r n atiou are jeivcil. Anions other fa- Is arc these: "V'.ix Terr sold out bi.-i business to j St ill Thomas and Silas lload!c. two -of his leadline workmen, in lMrt- A fi w years lali-r. Mr. Thomas sold his Interests I" Mr. lloadley snd went t" - l'lyiiiotMh Holh.vv tnow Thoniaston ! "omi. where he bcirau the nmnar.ic 1 ture of cloeks en his own account, la tl!Ut Mr. Terry patented his "PiMal ' : Scroll Top clock" and Mr. Thomas 'made uu asreenient with him to man pilaeinre ami sell this clock." NO TIC TO THE PUBLIC: To all those w ishing to have their dear rela tives resting places improved before Decoration Day, by reinforced cement walls around the graves "in different styles of work. I have new Mosaic Pattern Walls to satisfy you. Next week I will lie doing some of this cement w ork at the cemetery, or you can leave your or der at the East Oregonian office, or address Postoffiec Box 2T5, City. FRANK 408 E. Bluff St DUPRAT Phone 2G2 M.