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DAILY CAST ORKOONIAW, PETOLETOTT. OREGff THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11,1010
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I.T TODAl I
A mnrc enterialninsj und amuatac
idciurr lhan ( itt nig Mr Married,"
the hiRh tin . mi il which Sele t
Hires offers today at the All:i Theu
ire, with beautiful Marion lmles
not bcin seen lit many it day.
This dellgthtf ill story of youth am!
t hi' fight ft MkH for its inherent
I ALTA Theatre I
I Today Only J
MAUtnrj iiavif.; nr,
. . . -. ..... j ; .
Klit nf fun, laughter and play whu-h
has uriHtocracy in trylnjr to ink It live
.without, (irnvidi'-s a HpU'ndfd opium - i
tunlt) for M Ism DftVte to display hr
talent. Her beauty, her perHonullty, I
her youth, her innate jtjrure and charm
nre all siven chariot for expression
in "Hettlnjrj Mary Married." She is a
coinbinat ion of piquancy, vivacity anu
ii resist Utility.
Allan Iwan directed the picture.
Therefre, nothing more need to b
said a bout the directions of the pic
ture; It is superb. The story Is splen
did, human and int vrestlns. written
by John Kmerson and Anita tfDOfl es
pecially fur Miss Duvies. The cast
support ins i his beautiful Select star
comprises t he following well known
artist: N'- rtnun Kerry, Mat Moore.
Frederick Hurt on, Amelia Sunimer
ville, t'onsta nee Ilea u mar and Klmer
Gra fx! in.
l i s I P(
I Rossis Harriscale. the captivating
Monde star, has a sympathetic role
in her latest production, "Tangled
Threads,'' produced for rtobertson
Cole by It. B. Features and released
by Exhibit. tr Mutual. The story is a
' society drama of daring conception
"OUCH! THAT OLD
Just lift out that bottle of
Sloan's l.lnlmenr and
'knock It gulk' -westV
WEREN'T prepared for that,
quick switch in temperature,
were you? Iclt you stiff, bore,
full of rheumatic twinges?
Von should have had a bottle of
Sloan's Liniment handy that would
have soon eased up the muscles, quieted
the jumpy, painful, affected pari
penetrated without rubbing, bringing
gratifying relief. )
Helpful in all attacks of lumbago,
sciatica, external soreness, stiffness,
strains, aches, sprains. Get a bottle
at your druggists. 35c. 70c., $1.40.
GETTING MARY MAW?! ED
See the most beautiful bride of the year The most
exquisite bit of loveliness that ever wore a bridal
The World Before Your Eyes
RHEUMATISM IS PAIN
I ONLY, RUB IT AWAY
s Instant Relief 1 Umber I : Bub I'ain,
ir Soreness, stlffiiosn itlght Out
m With "St. Jstooba Liniment,"
When your back is sor and lame
: or lumbago, sola t lea or neut ris has
you stiffened up, don't suffer! Got a
small trial bottle of old, honest "St.
i Jacobs Liniment" ut any drug store,
t pour a little In your hand and rub it
right Into the pain or ache, and by the
time you count fifty, the soreness and
lameness is Rune.
Don't stay crippled ! This southing,
penetrating liniment takes the ache
and pain right ut and ends the mfs
i ery. It is magical, yet absolutely
harmless and doesn't burn or discolor
, the skin.
MM f III I
If the Dort standards of manufac
ture were less high, "if they were
adhered to less loyally, the present
high regard that owners have for
this car would not be possibla.
WHEN A WOMAN
f ee I a nil run
down, weak or
diazy when she
fi'els tired before
the day is. begun
she should turn
to the right wo
in Yonag Moth
erhood Lenta, Oregon
''In my younger
(lavs I was
"' greatly troubled
'. AN with cas on mv
When .Margaret Wayne ( HomsIa Jlar-
rlsvalej realized that her husbann,
1 John Rutherford, had become addlct
) ed to the habit of "stepping out'' five
; or ix nights a week, she came to the
conclusion that he needed to be Im
pressed with the charms of the wife
he was neglecting. In order to make
him Jealous, she pretended a desper
late affair with one of those handsome
I bachelor "friends of the family."
But Margaret overplayed her hano.
The young wife's accomplice refused
to admit that it was a put-up Jon
when the husband discovered them
together in the "friend's" apartment
Utte at night, and the husband secured
a divorce. When her ex-husband mar
ried a fascinating foreign lady of easy
virtue and was given the custody of
their child. Margaret felt that fate
had dealt unkindly wit h her.
The "friend,"' however, discovered
he had a conscience and took a very;
original and dramatic method of re- I
moving the lady of easy virtue from I
John s sph-re. although it was fatal
both to himself and the second wife,
but it resulted in a sensational climax J
to a complicated situation.
The finish of this drama while dar- j
In'g and thrilling, is satisfying and well
5 On account of
non-arrival of the
Man" The Arcade
will not be open
for a few days.
5 Regular show at
the Alta Theatre
and Pastime Theatre.
A A A A
PRICES, Tallin Cor JSS; Rottdtter. $9b :
ii Coup., $1535. F. O. B. Factory. Win
n-.. .n Sodon, f 1535 ;
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Western Auto Co.
Garage Phone 530. Paint Shop Phone 633
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Perce's DlHlirjne and received such re
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'1 Ii..'. i r..i ted a largo family and urn a
treat grandmother and have always in
sisted ou my daughters-in-law using Dr.
Tierce's Favorite Prescription during
expectancy.'' Mrts. B. F. Sekly, 6411
94th .St., North
Redding, Calif.: "Dr. Pierce's Favor
ite Prescription u jerfeetly wonderful.
1 owe everything
to thtl medicine.
When I was pass
ing through mid
dle life 1 had
pain and had ter
I suffered every
thing. Finally, I
decided to take
the 'Favorite Pre
scription' : it storj-
ped the headaches, the pains and the
hemorrhag-'H. I never nad any more
trouble. It realty is great ." Mhk. R. B.
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!Xo miracles today?
I Hell, no! Where d'ya (tet that hunk?
! See that girl the.re the one with ttu
one with the blsr, dear eyes?
A few months back, her beery, leei
I Burned the so'ils of the men that
Her wanton's face, red-painted,
I Twisted with sin a. if the devil had
stepped on it,
' Was n brazen sign of a life that reek
1 And now she is good! Her smile's is
; As the smile of ynur mother, in those
first tender years,
I When you were just a little, toddling
And she was young and fair.
No miracles? I've seen a gnarled,
I misshapen thing, misnamed a
Writhing in the street, hegging for
coins with a cripple's whine,
I And after the day's good pickings, rise
i in his shame
And loosen his hard mug into a grin.
Now he's standing, face to the world.
Working to ease another's closing
It would warm your heart to hear the
bitr booh laugh
And see him pet the little gray old
lady on the cheek.
No miracles? That handsome devil,
standing with the girl,
Once had a heart as black as the hair
his victims loved to stroke.
One of those cynical, sneeriB guys,
In the OtldeV-tow of life, to pull down
Look at him: What's that they say
about Cud's Image?
One night, lust April, down in Clancy's
I saw him kiss that' girl, after they'd
trimmed a rube
Both of them loud and stewca -And
then again today, after he'd slip
ped her a tiny ring,
No miracles? Hell, bed Where d'ya
get that bunk?
You, with your facts and science,
come with me-
Me a year ago, shaking with
and a hacking cough,
And mv fingers itching for pockets
Ill show you a Kttle house, resting
among the roses,
Hlsh on a slope that rises from the
And an old man there
His faco alight with faith.
Re wouldn't jnake a hit on Broadway.
"Funny in the head,"
They'd rail him, and smirk and go
nut that old man makes crooks go
Floods darkened souls with sun.
How Helief, he thinks.
You. being wise, may smile. Hut we
who have seen and felt
No miracles? Hell, bo: Where do you
get that hunk ?
blind nnd deaf
Pastime Today i
j Children 5c Adults 20c
A woman who tried to put
it over and couldn't on a hus
band who put it over regularly.
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HEART SAYS STOP
A diamond is a sound investment. Since
1916 they have increased 100 per cent an en
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WHICH NEVER DEPRECIATES
They constantly yield a dividend in pleasure
and ever-increasing value.
Our vaults contain Chaste Settings for Wom
en Bolder Mountings for Men Solitaire and
May we show them to you. Here are a few
other gift suggestions for Mother, Father,
Sweetheart or Brother.
Diamond Necklace, Diamond and Pearl
Rings, Diamond Brooches, Diamond and Emer
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Rings and Brooches, Diamond Pendants, Brace
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Bracelets, Silver Belts, Purses, Link Buttons,
Chains, Lockets, Watches, Toilet Sets, Umbrel
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THE WHITE CO. Cleveland, Ohio
Room 19 American National ,
Office phonr 3Zfi.
Horn phonn 1140- i
Dr. C. H DAY
Physician and Surgeon
Wishes to announce the
opening of offices in
Rooms No. 23 and 25,
TALKING MACHINES, $50 TO $450
PLAYS ALL RECORDS
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