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pAILY EAST. ORSQOITIAF, PEITOLETCK, OREGON.
THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 18, 1920.
Lone DucloNeats Cover'
Kill that Co Id With
CASCARA M QUININE
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Til addition In Icing it photoplay star.
Until Kiim, 1 ad!u woman fui
,':i k Uarduer In KiN.inx.v's "The Kims--l''-'t,"
i also a fusil-i'l Us, A No. 1
Thii daint;- liitlo Mar has a rtunla.
txrilcn .ai h ''ark of Ksmay's ctilv-r
"ity (i'al.) fitnilio, anil Kpcmls hi
hoclnK, np.nliim anrl rvpt plins
RtiKniE her rul'hatips, railishos, poU
ti c pic. pi.r I ho work crculnl n
costuirip uhlfh would mm any Mfih
BVcmio moiis;p (sricn with envy for It;.
ItiRfntiity. 8ho calls Vm the "Fenny
.ii ans,"' ami thry arc a oomlilnatirn ho
tween ' ovofalU nml whatnots." At
any rate thry lire far more srvic!-alili;
11 an lonvontiomil shirts ami look a
v. hole lot more ctitc
"If all tho mon bo off to war," lc
rlaros Miss Kine, "and there Is nobody
p'sp tn farm the land, I am RohiK 1-
oreanixe the women In this section 'o
do the work. The women in Knslan l
i ..d France are dolus the farming.
Why not hertp as well?"
)Hi;u AXl 1,OW SOI IITY
()MlAI5K IX l'HOTOPI-VY
Neglected Colds are Dangerous
Take no chnces. Keep this standard remedy handy for the first sneeze.
Breaks up a cold in ?4 hours Relieves
Grippe in 3 days Excellent for Headache
Quinine in this form does not affect the head Cascara is beat Tonic
Laxative No Opiate in Hill's. , ,
ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT
of a white farmer, litis .refuHert food
since last Friday and as ft result Gov
ernor HroiiRh has directed the prison
Physicians to make an examination
is to his mental condition. The gov.
rniir declared he would not allow an
insane man to go to the electrlo chair.
A striking tontra.-u between the
htfrh and low walks of life is drawM
in the photoplay, "A Daughter of
Two Worlds',, from the novel of the
same name ly Lelioy Scott, which
at the Arcade Theatre
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Norma Talmadge, who is starred at
Jennie Malone, plays the part of thf
leautifiil daushter of Hlack Jerry
Malone, keeper of a questionable
dance hall In the slums.
The ambition of her father, who
is not as black as hi.? name would
ii dicate, carry her out of Jail, throus:,
a fashionable boarding school for
fcurls, and into society, where she
meets the man who wins her love.
The stigma of the past follows her
into her new environment, and a
dramatic situation arises when Jennie
learns that she alone can save from
the electric chair a man who has been
wrongly convicted of murder.
To do so, Jennie is forced to risk
the loss of her fiance and her place
Can a girl of the underworld, wh.
has lived straijht, make good in tht
The photoplay answers that question.
OMAHA, Nov. 17. (V. I'.) The
robbers who. robbed the storage mall
ar on the llurllngton road at Coun
'il Uluffs Saturday, escaped with
plunder amounting to $3,500,000 fed
eral official announced to tho United
Press. , , .
Uxit Put at Million.
OMAHA, Nov. IS. (A. P.) A con
servative estimate was made Wednu
lay that loot of the mail robbery Sat
urday night totalled a million dollars.
RTIilKR'MAY K.-WK I. U K
WTTI.E ROCK, Ark., Nov. IS. (A.
P.) A hunger strike at the state pen
'tentiary now in its seventh day may
sae the life of Charles Cooper, negro,
sentenced to be electrocuted -next FrU
The negro, convicted of the moriier
t'reates a"n appetite, aids digestion,
purifies the Jjlood, and thus relieve
crofula, catarrh, tho4 njlnfj, nd
aches of rheumatism and g'vet
strength to the whole system.
Nearly 50 years' phenomenal sales,
tell the story of the great merit and
success of Hood's Sarsaparilla. It
I? 'ust the medicine you need now.
h'jd's Pills helo fln osthirt'
. Reliable Information
All American women know cf the great success of
LydiaE. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound in restor
ing to health women who suffered from ailments pe
culiar to theirsex,yet thereare some who are skeptical
and do not realize that all that is claimed for it is
absolutely true if they did, our laboratory would not
be half large enough to supply the demand, though
today it is the largest in the country used for the
manufacture of one particular medicine.
The Facts contained in tlie following tyro letters should
prove ot Douetit to many women :
EnfTaln. X. Y. "I suffered with
organic i'ltiammation and displace
ment. When lifting I hud suob pain
and beariti!? down that I was not
able to stand up, and it hurt me to
waik or go up or down stairs. I was
goingj to a doctor without any re
sults and' he s;:id the safest t'hiii
would be to have an operation. I
met a lady wiio told me she had
three operations and wai not well
until she vk Lyilia E. l'inkham'a
J felt relief after taking two hot ties
f( Yegetabia titip.a:il an 1 I l.ept
on with it n'itil I was cured. I al
ways use Lytiia E. i'inkiism's I.iver
I'iils aid liiey are fine. Kverytliiiig
used to turn sour on my stomach and
tliel.iTeri'i'.ls r-'ierrd that." Mrs.
A. Roofri, C'jj rarro Avenue,
Bufiaio, M. Y
Sacramento, f'aiif. " I had or
ganic triialile nn.l had such terrible
pain an. I swelling in the lower part
of my siile that I could not stand on
my feet or eveu li t the bed clothes
touch my side ' I p.va up my work
thinking I would nut be abie to go
back fur months. My mother ad
vised me to takeLydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound as it had saved
her life at one time, and it put me
in a wonderfui condition in a coupio
of weeks, so X can keep on working.
I work in a department store and
have to stand on my feet all day and
I do not have any more pains. I
purely reeornmoi'.i your Vegetable
Compound to ail my friends and you
may c?o these facts as a tes'.iuiyn
ial." nraTiiA J. Pactum, &Lt) il
ijU. h'r.rameato, Caiir:
The underground whisper factory,
v. here rumors are spread and reputa
tions damaged, is the subject of Elaine
Hammerstein's new starring which
for Selznick Pictures, "Whispers,'
which comes to the Alta theatre to
Miss Hammerstein in this produc
tion portrays a girl who is the victim
f scandal, every Innocent move she
makes being interpreted in a sinister
Tianner. Her mercenary aunt makes
Hfe unpleasant for herby tryingtc
marry her off to a wealthy but un
desirable suitor. Scandal-mongers in
volve her In a divorce proceeding wiU
which she has had nothing to do, anc'
newspaper reporters are camping or
ner trail to "run down" the scandal.
Sickened and disgusted, she rum
away from the scene of her indig
nities, and in a different city, undei
.n awning during a rainstorm, she
meets true romance, at last. But al!
is not plain sailing yet there's many
a moment of misapprehension and suf
fering before the last few foot of th
Inst reel shows the happiness ami sun
shine that has come into the life of a
Written by Marcus V. Connolly am1
rooted by WilKam P. S. Earlo
"Whispers" has interesting settingt
depicting New York society life am'
the night life of the metropolis, both
from its gay and seamy sides. A cap
able cast of players, including Matt
Moore as leading man, interprets the
var.ous roles effectively.
"The Range Boss"
The f net in, tlio Dcst Medicine for Women is
I.V3I4 C.tSliV.JM KICO'CINC CO., LYNN, I :S'ir.. W
IMJPKU AXf)MAI!TI SIGX.
CHICAGO, Nov. IS. (A. P.) Cap
tain Fob Roper and Bob Martin,
heavyweights, last night were match
ed to box 12 rounds to a decision in
Paltimorc, November 21 They have
met twice before .each man winning
CHAMPION COI.T KOIJ.
NEW YORK Nov. IS. (A. P.) W.
E. D. Stokes has sold Peter Volo,
world's champion trotting colt, to Wal
nut Hall farm for breeding purposes,
it was learned today. The price was
not made public, but it was said to
have been "about $50,1)00."
IT'S UP TO WOMEN
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Are you one of the many users of this extra fine
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A red-blooded drama of western life. Replete with
thrills and rapid fire action.
THE ROMANCE OF A COWBOY AND AN
BILLY WEST COMEDY
n1" ...... in mi iiiniiiiiiii.iiiiiiiri.iiiiiii.i.i(iiiiin(tititi(iiftiiniiiitii'tttiiliilf till' 1111' Mimttftriintiii...
WASHINGTON Women and,
Jh workers must stop future,
wa.ri; tTh" the belief of Mrs.
I ethlck-Lawrence, famou En-i
Slish militant suffragist, who has'
coma to tbis country to organize!
,m American branch of the To-'
-nen's Peace Society. Mrs Law-'
enca has c-rganlied the women in'
ELAINE HAMMER5TEIN iW'Mli SPURS" 'SEiaNi.picw?H
Adventure treading on the heelH ui adventure. A
strubble between Love and Duty. Laughter and Sunshine
peeping through the clouds of doubt.
. , JOSEPH M. SCHENCK PRESENTS
"A Daughter of Two Worlds"
From the thrilling Novel ty Leroy Scott '
The romance of Jennie Malone, daughter of the slums
who rose to Society's heights and the love of a
splendid man - '
Wman who keeps
promises fop&xa l&o
keeps his friends
A do I u
A MAN who meets his financial
'obligations on time is apt to
keep his appointment with,
Opportunity. A checking account
is a letter of introduction to 'Real"
Business. We will be pleased to
serve you in a banking capacity. ; .
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