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DAILY EAST OREQONIAN, PENDLETOJT, OREOOIT, , SATURDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 9, 1922.
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W. X, HonRland nsed to he a resi
dent of Pendleton, hut he now resides
in Walla Walla. He was here on busl
he.H . Pterdny. .-
;. I'rnnieton 's n 'nod plnco tn live in,
iirWii'nii in 0. V. I'radley who with
&.r. nhd I'y and their sons have just
to r it , i irf'iii nokane where they
Fluent (- fT 'm s on a- combined!0"
hrVno(; U.i.i pleasure trip. They at-1
noisy fhii-t and get ready to spend
the r mmey free and handsome In
Happy Canyon, Oregonian.
Chester Flanning was a Pendleton
Sam MarKUles, territory manager
for the Oldsmobile Co., is here today
COSGRAVE ELECTED TO
tended tlu? Insei State Fair there. The
I'll 'ins card was particularly Rood, he
Mates, rnd the whole fair was well
E. P. Marshall, farmer and one of
thn best t. known citizens of T'endle.
ton, 1b athniiR the arrivals at the
Benson. Like all the people from
that town,- he is boosting the annual
Ro.niil-l7p and predicting that it will
he Iditcer and better than ever. One
reason why the Round-Up s a suc
cess and why everyone boosts for It Is
that none of the officials draw a nick
el of pav and they donate their ser
vices, time and money in a spirit of
civic pride. Already Pendleton has
had the pr-ind opening, which marks
the r-rc'tmlnury to the Round-Up, the
prand opening being the time when
all ifood toosters wear the biegest '
enwnr.y hat they can find, put on a
Frank Lucas, of the Seiberling Lu
cas Music Co., of Portland, is a vis
itor here today.
DURLIN, Sept, 9. (U. P.) Wil
liam CosRiave was elected president of
the Irish Free Siate parliament at the
first session today.
John Pell is a pioneer of Weston,
lie was here yesterday taking care of
MILLION DOLLAR RAIN
FELL IN MIDDLE WEST
OTTTCAOO, Sept. 9. (IT. P.) A
"million dollar" rain fell over the enf
tire grain belt today reiicvine the
drought of long duration. It was
Kidly needed for late corn and to pre
pare for the seeding of winter wheat.
In Every Dish
DELICIOUS AND REFRESHING.
Gray News ,
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MARTOX, 111., Sept. 9. (V. V.)
Fifty eight men today were charged
with murder, conspiracy to murder
and rioting in connection with the
Herrln mine massacre. They were
Indicted by the Brand jury for the
sltiyit.R of 19 non union minors. Kiev
en of the indicted men were imprison
ed. The Jury has adjourned until
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many points on the lower levels of
the Argonaut where there is Rood
drinking water, and It is believed the
men sousht safety where the n'r was
Rood. Only 12 days, midnight Sept.. 8.
hnve passed since their last meal., and
the unanimous 'believe is the men are
alive. The statement hy supei intend
lent Garharini was issued ' atter lona
and careful consideration."
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IIAItTMAN AND TWO
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No active candidacies ' for any of
the elective offices have been an
nounced yet, though the election is
only two months distant. Kumors
contlnuo to slip out of political auey
about proposed candidates, out ine
bee hive is still very quiet.
Phone 880 209 East Court
PAY CASH GET MORE
By paying a dollar, for groceries here, you
get more merchandise, or you can pay less for
the same amount you would get elsewhere.
The secret of our low prices are readily
understood when you realize that we are out
of the high rent district, have no bad or lost
accounts and no extra office force. All money
we save goes to make the price of groceries less
Try a single order see for yourself. . .
JMr. Dairyman and Farmer.
WE ARE IN THE MARKET FOR
SWEET AND SOUR CREAM.
PAY TOP ' MARKET "PRICE.
RIVOM SUNDAY AM) MONDAY
MH.1IT, NOT IiAW, IS Itl'LE
,,, '. ix SOlTir SEA ISI.ES
Conditions Shown In Jack Holt's Pio
turo, "Tlic Man Unconquerable"
Those who occasionally register
complaints against inadequate police
protection, should spend a few months
in some of the remote islands of the
South Pacific, such as are pictured in
"The Man Unconquerable," a new
Paramount picture starring Jack Holt,
which will be shown at the Rivoli
theatre next Snndayr, - ': '
The police force of the island In
question is limited to three men of
assorted uniforms and arms , who
would rather do anything than face
danger. Many parts of the world are
no better policed and the compara
tive freedom from fear of punishment
makes these gentry bold and aggres
sive. Jack Holt, in the role of Ttobert
Kendall, shows how a man who be
lieves that the same conditions of
comparative honesty and freedom
from danger obtain on the island as
elsewhere, and finds himself mis
taken, runs into p. situation where he
has to take the law into his own
hands. When out in one of his boats.
lie provides himself with a machine
gun and in one encounter with pearl
pirates, sinks their schooner when
they try to drive him a way from hlfe
own pearl concession.
This and other exterior scenes were
made at picturesque Balboa Beach,
one of the beauty spots of the South
ern California const line.
ARCADE SIWDAY AND MONDAY
"PAID BACK" BOASTS A CAST
OF ItEAIi FILM If EA DM NERS
Gladys Brwlcucll and Stnait Hobiiit
Play Ioi(llng Holes in New
In 'Tald Back," the Universal all
star attraction at the Arcade theatre
next Sundry Irving CumralngH direct
ed Hamilton, Edna, Murphy, Kate
Price, Lillian West, Arthur Stewart
Hull, Wilfred Lucas and other play
ers of real prominence. All-star this
Gladys Brockwell was a star for one
company for three years. The last big
success she had m this affiliation was
"The Sage Hen." As a star she rank
ed among the highest.
Stuart Holmes is a villain de luxe
of the screen. He has been featured
to pictures and in advertising mnny
timts. Mahlon Hamilton's name has
been featured in many a production,
and he In one of the most popular
Kate Price is a scrwn "mother"
with a wide following of funs. No
character actress has a rreater popu
larity, and producers have known this
and played her name up In publicity.
Kdna Murphy is a popular leading
woman, very young, but very near suc
cess and stardom. Wilfred Lucas and
Arthur Stewart Hull have been "bis"
in character roles for many years, and
Lillian West Is decidedly popular in
Juvenile feminine leads.
Cummings himself h:; heen one of
the most popular nn-n of the screen,
but renounced his popularity as an
actor to battle for recognition as a di- j
Clover Leaf Dairy
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Yours for belter meat and dairy products.
AI.TA M'XDAY AVD MONDAY
-WILD HONEY". I.TKT
I'EATI'ltE TO BE SHOWN
AT THE ALTA THEATRE
Pririlln riean soon will be f--n here
In "Wild Honev." a Cniversal picture
adapted from Cynthia Morkley's pop
ul.ir noxet of that nam.. It is s.-iid
to be the mo-t tthrillinT melodrama
Mis Ian h,is ever made for th
ereen. Th- who rememtWT her In
' Mitl!id th "Iteputat.on" and
C-.nni':" n-a ire -th.it -Wild Honey
has to I ronsd'-raMe of a 'thriiW-r"
to outdo h-r previous photr-dramas.
It mill he rhnmn at the Alta Theatre
The biuret thrill in "Wild Honey
baaed oo the destructive food and a
Elsie Mocka-.', daughter of Lord
Inchcape, has passed her tests as
lict.ised pilot and is 'now a full
fiedger flier: Here she Is examin
ing her plane. - f
series of brilliant resciies. The flood
scenes show a peut-n'p river unleash
ed to sweep dow,n a narrow canyon
and through a-Valley filled with set
tlers. The turbulence of tho water
and its des'thructive power are said to
be shmli with d realism' never before
attained on the screen. Priscilla is
shown In ,the midst of it, battling her
way to-.-fmfety and happiness with her
usual courage anddash.
There are many other thrills, in
"Wild Hnmy," Including thrills of
plot and of situation. .Miss Dean is
said to do some of the best emotional
TURN IN BED
Operation Avoided by Taking
Lydia EL Pinkham's Veg
Dayton, Ohio. "I had such pains that
I had to be turned in bed every time'I
wisned to move, j hey
said an operation waa
mother would keep
sayitijj: ' Why don't
you take Pinkhani'9,
Henrietta?' and I'd
say, 'Oh, mamma, it
won't help me, I've
tried too much.' One i
day she paid, 'Let me
get yn' .ni? bottle of
eucnlii." '. I'-ou won't
be out '.-y much if
it don't help you.' I don't i r:w if vou
j will believe me or not, hut 1, only took
i two bot tles of Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg
i etable Compound and one of Lydia E.
I Pinkham's Blood Medicine when I began
; 1,0 pet relief and I am regular ever since
. without a pain or a headache.
when I lie down I can get up without
help and without pain, i can t begin to
tell you how 1 feel and look. I have be
run to gain in weighs, and look more like
1 ought to. , I think everyday of ways
I have been helped. Any one who doee
not believe me can write to me and I
will tell them what shape I was In. I am
ready to do anything 1 can to help youi
medicine." Sirs. Henrietta Miller,
Ui7 Sprague St., Dayton, Ohio.
If you nave any doubt write to Mrs
'.filler end put her story direct.
THE vogue of the decorated
wedding ring is with us.
Traub rings have firmly re-established,
the prestige of the original
decorated wedding ring, for in
seeking greater beauty no jot of
chasteness has been lost. In the
new rings is recognized a suc
cessful completion of the search
for really symbolic wedding
rings. They are all bands of
purest metal, wfth the delight
ful addition of a message, hand
chased. Their delicate tracery is ,
expressive of the century-old
sentiment of marriage. To wear
one of these rings marks one
as appreciative of the dernier
cri in wedding etiquette.
Ask us to show you the Traub
Decorated Wedding Rings.
Their workmanship and design
is so wonderful that no repro
duction can dp them justice.
ueting of her entire screen career in
the sequence of scenes depletirijv hei
wan'derlngs while lost in the desert.
The story enfrcerns un English so
ciety giri who passes through a re
inurkuble series of adventures, finally
to find her heart's desire on the veldt
of South Africa.' Universal, in Its ad.
vunce information, 'promises that the
picture has "the sweetest' kiss, evet
I screened." It doesn't explain whethet.
it is due lo its fervor or to Its float -ago.
"Wild Honey' was directed , by Wes
ley Ititirgles. Robert Kills pltiys op-'
poslte the slar, and the well-known
screen villains, Wallace and Noah
Beery both talte heavy roles i nthls
pletutre. Others in the cast are Lloyd
Whitlock, 'Raymond rtlntlrwayt, l'eroy
Challenger, Helen' Raymond, Landers
Stevens, Curl Stockdale, C. J. Frank
and Harry DeRoy.
LADIES OF THE INVISIBLE EMPIRE
iFur further information, call Rocm 205, Hotel
Pendleton. ' 1 ,
-Children, 5c--: Adults25c 1 . r
The Alta Theatre Orchestra of Four Pieces, Geo. McElroy, Director, Will Fur
nish the Music. 1
. . ifbull liver Forget " i ;: ' m
Tills 'Seerie a$"Lng - SmA
See the world's greatest emotional actress in & 'jlJ wl f
this powerful, dramatic production a picture O . . ' , - 7 '' f I III iiil
that will bring vividly before your eyes the explo- ' - - ''''! I I Ifl
eion of the great dam the terrible flood rushing ; ' V 77 Il in S j'i I llll
down on an unsuspecting South African valley, Tftr I I I m 'III I S I I -
sweeping all before it. - . , LV ... ' '. , 'lil I , II II I 1 1
If the great log jam in "Conflief took your nrill 1)1 III j fj hi j
breath away then the flood in "Wild Honey" of the ' I ' 'J ' If ' if I hi
will patrify you; for here's a neene you'w ncvec Atrt I " ' fir, ll 11
forget as long as ytm live! Don't miss it! - . I j I if 1 I
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