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DAILY EAST OREQONIAU, PESDLIT6jff,"OREGON,; TUESDAY EVENING;! NOVEMBERS 0,4 020.
AlU AKi: TOIY
i.uti. i rinus nm
Ol' I MII.Y t.lST
iiirn u ri;i ii, i:kmy
That the fcnuilp of thi sitcctcs i.
rnor denrtlv tint! the male In. well
1'iT nf'the IVim-roy family, Kntherlne
MhcI hMiitivi U forced into a lovidefts
mnrrlajip with llinco Carltln, the only
Hvinn iprisi'nt:itlvc of tho family
which the romeroy's hve listed for
. Oirhln through cold-blooded lul
new donliiixx has Allan I'umvrtiy In
his power when iho shock resulting
from Cochin's threat that ha will puh
Hi'ly disgrace I'nmoroy unless Huth
IVnueroy marries htm, kills ronieroy.
T rue to her promise. Kiuh enters Into
(this tli.stastof ul marrlatie with the hone
hown In "The Thiimlorholt, marrm ,hm she mav learn so love her hua
Knthertne MarDonnld. mid which illh,lnd. Her hopes (ire shattered, how
tie wen at the Arnold Theatre, coin- jrvcr, -w hen she is told by t-orhin that
jnenclng loj.iy. . Justriei her not out of admiration
A Tliilh t'oir. roy, tn!r living m;n.;(,,r ,,r boautv. )mt t0 carry ollt his
! father's wish, that W should "get the
WOMAN THINKS SI IK IS VllH II F.(i- j '' of 'he rotiieroys.1
I'.l To TVl.K How the male member of the corliln
'If anyone ever h.il n riisrnbl family la outwitted by the female of
stomach 1 surely had. It was crow- 'the Pomeroy family forma the basts of
ln worse, too, all tlie. lime. Had ;this interesting picture,
severe imins and uttao'ss every ten t '
day or two weeKs and hud to call a
doctor, who could only relieve me for
short while. Two years nio last Feb
ruary I look a treatment of Mayr's
Wonderful Remedy and I have not had
A spell of pain or misctry since. M;
friends just wonder that I am looklns
no well. I feel I am privileged to talk
about it.'1 It is a simple
!.. IS LJL- J'-
READ FROM BOTTOM UP .
IN JAPANESE 'HAMLET'
vxiveksity of op.ko.on-, eu-
scne, Nov. 30. A Japanese edition
of "Hamlet'" has been received by
Minu Valt.in irnffssnr In the
nannies j Rnaliah department, which was Kent
preparation that removes the ratarrha)lt(, h,r by llle o hPr f,)rmer students.
mucus from the Intestinal tract and! bouk ts the size-of nn ordinary
Hllays the inflammation which ci..ies J ,.,,, the cover j ,ue, and on what
practically all stomach, liver and ln-iWOuld be the back of an KiiKlish edi
testlnnl ailments, including- appendi- : is a pleura f Shakespeare in
i-ltl. One done will convince or money jEOj j rendiny the -book one starts
refunded. Tn-twcista everywhere. ';, whn. m, . end ol the story.
hut is the beginning a la Japanese.
The story is printed in black anfl rath
er heavy type, and reads from bottom
of the page to the top in columns.
An American Is able to follow tho
story by the illustrations one the low
er half of each uaae. These are
Next ThllVSdaV jSiilht Oillyi!kotch,a of various familiar scenes In
" j Hamlet, such as the graveyard scene
i laud the skull ot Yorick.
i:xc;A(ii:.Mi:T r.xi kitionai. j
AMi:tiirv iwiKMosT s('i!i:i:ucTnR!AI WRITES ABOUT
OREGON NORMAL SCHOOLS
l'MEItKITT OF OUEOON, En
Rene, Xov. 80. That normal school
presidents in Oregon received as low
as 11fio a year back In 1901 Is
brought out in "The History of Ore
gon Normal Schools," written by A'
mat'k, n.-isistant director of the Exten
sion Division of the I'niversity of Ore
gon, some of the professors received
as low as four hundred dollurs a year
and veVy few of them received as
much am is now the minlmun salary
for rural teachers in most Oreson cit
ies. This article, which was published
in the Ore?on Historical Quarterly, is
one of a series of monograph'' on tho
history of education In Oregon, being
edited by Dr. H. D. Sheldon, dean of
the school of education.
The Beloved Little !
Colonel of "The Birth
; of a Nation Fains j
mm lb peakinc ata( ia a new
A drliirhtful play of love, laughter
and Uart brilliantly presented by
Ihe Superlative Mr. Walthall and
, hn Superior Company of Stage
nd Screen SUr
M . R rH Mi'Koni. rnti
wil l MM CtilfVOHD, POHMBH
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j-rjcos F-ntirc lower floor, $2.00; bal
ny, $1.30; Rallcry, SOi.
Sl hale TlioinpMHi Dnis Store.
2(H SPAXISII VOUl AUK TFST
UNIVERSITY OF OKEOOX, Eu
gene, Nov. 30. Two hundred Span
ish classes under different instruc
tors at the University of Oregon were
recently given a test of 200 common
Spanish wjrds. the students in one
classi averaging 84 per cent and the
students in. the other Tl per cent.
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would be used largely in research
work. Is included in the equipment to
he added to the laboratory of the
physics department of the University
of Oregon. ,
Yoa can Just tell by its Bealthy,
Stimulating cdor, that it ia
going to do you good
HOUSAXDS of men and women.
when the least little rheumatic
crick" asss ils them , ha ve Sloan's
Liniment handy to knock it out. Pop
ular over a third of a century ago--far
more popular today.
That's because it is so wonderfully
helpful in relieving ;temal aches and
pains sciatica, lumbago, backache,
neuralgia, overstrained muscles, still
I joints, weather exposure results. A
little is ail that is necessary, tor u soon
penetrates without rubbing, to the sora
tpot. No muss, no stained skin.
All druggists 35c, 70c, $ 1 .40.
HITS RECORD NOTE
censpruAtivrty progressive m I
; OXSERVATISM does not (
r r'i I mpan moss-backism or stag- y, f vl
v a 1 F5r 1 miL m m . 1
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UKI.U..Nov. SO. The ThanksKlv
Ing enteilainment, givert Thursday
night In J. II. Waner hall by the
teachers and pupils of the Ukiah
school, proved to lie both very inter
estlni and eulertainlns;. and for two
and one half hours the laiKe audience
was treated to an excellent program
from Mart to finish. The pupils acted
their parts well, for which they de
serve credit ami the teachers proved
their ability in the way the children
were trained. The nlertuismont was
followed by a dam e which lasted until
morning. A basket supper, with hot
coffee, was served in tho hall by the
lai'ies. The program was us follows:
Address, Virgil Peterson: The Woo
ing of Hiawatha, J. II. Wagner; Songs.
Hob White and Over the Uiver; recita
tion. Who Has Seen the Wing, George
Martin, Ewlng Hynd; recitation, Mrs.
I'ressy, Audrey Moore; recitation. Pig
gy Wig and Pinny Wee, John Powell:
dialogue. The furiosity, Emma, Polly
and Willie Walker; diilogue. Helling
the Cat, Irwin Laurence, Huby Case.
Clarence Huston, Clinton Martin, Glen
Martin, Navlna Moore ,aiul Leona
Oibhs; recitation, Leta Peterson; reci
tation, Leila llclmick; recitation. Itae
Case; Thanksgiving Past and present.
School; Thanksgiving proclamation,
Sheldon Ijiurancc; The First Thnnks
giving, Grace Peterson; The American
Creed, large scholars; America, by the'
nudlence; The Gates of Gold,-Lyman
Peterson; The Unburled Woman, Shel
don Laurance, Lorena Ness, Bulnh
Moore and Prace Petcroon; rocltation,
George Hinton; Culisthenic Drill, large
scholars; folk dances, large scholars
song. Let the Rest ot the World Go
By, large scholars.
Miss Ada Surface of Hitter, is visit
ing in Ukiah for the present with her
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John
Mr. and Mrs. William Pelby and son
Pobby, of Pilot P.ock, are visiting with
Mrs. Jennie Moore for a few days.
Mrs. Mary Casteel and sons, Ttalph
and Walter. Fred Casteel, wife and
son Jack, Norma Short, Chris Sturm
and wife, Mrs. Scrogglns and daughter
Agnes, Arthur Linvill and John Durn
of Albee attended the entertainment
and dance in L'kiah Thursday night.
Hallie Piersol of Athena, - was IB
Ukiah Thursday night on business,
Kain fell allnight Thursday night
and all day Friday.
Mrs. George New. nnd son Forest left
Tuesday for Pendleton, returning
Wednesday, bringing back FJorence
Ness, who is attending St. Joseph's
academy and Eddio Ness, who is at
tending school at Pilot Rock.
Several Thanksgiving dinners were
given in Ukiah last Thursday.
William Allison came down from
Oriental Wednesday to spend Thanks
giving' with his son, Walter and fam
ily. J. D. Kirk has been spending the
week on Bridge creek at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Chilson.
Bert Andrus of Hood Uiver, was the
guest of his sister. Mm. Mabel Case
Wednesday night on his way to Range
to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G.
Mr. and Mrs. James Mossie left for
Pendleton the first of the week on
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hilbert, and
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hilbert returned
from Pendleton Wednesday.
Lee Burr returned to Ukiah the first
of the week after an absence of sever
Mrs. Sanford Chilson and daughter,
Geraldine, returned Wednesday from
Lexington, after visiting there for
Miss Nellie Marquis of Joseph, Ore
gon, is visiting her aunt. Mrs. Arden
Gilliland, for a sfiort time.
Mrs. Granville Plant, who has been
ill, is now on the road to recovery.
A light sklft of snow covered the
valley last Monday morning, but soon
melted and was gone.
Del Schilts returned- to Hermlston
last Saturday after spending several
days here, circulating a petition for
his release from parole.
Miss Mary Calverly, of Oregon City,
is " siting at the home of her aunt
Mrs. J. H. Constants.
Mrs. E. L. Thrasher of N'ye. arrived
Monday night to spend Thanksgiving
wtth her mother, Mrs. S. J. Helmick.
Ukiah will have electric lights again
in a few days as J. T. Hale of Pendle
ton brought up new machinery, which
is now being installed in the plant.
The many friends of Mrs. George
Caldwell will be pleased to learn that
she has left the hospital and was mov
COUGHS AND COLDS
V AM t M r ! fM 10 9
are a drain upon :
the vital forces.
strengthens the whole
system and helps
drive out the 'pre
ed to the home "of her ' sister,' Mrs. I
Ritchie, In Portland. They cannot tell I
yet when they will return honio. All I
depends on how she gets along.
liny Meengs of Bridge creek, was a 1
business visitor in Ukiah Tuesday
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weeks before the biir cities r'A piqture
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mean moss-backism or, stag
nation. There is such a
thing; as progressive conservatism.
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ed you stand the acid test of proper
investigation. Our advice is at the
disposal of our depositors.
TACOMA. Wash. Robert Mur
ray. age 12, sings a higher note
than any other human voice has
touched. He was discovered by
Mm. France Alda. Murray sang
(or her a difficult coloratura ot the
kind Galli-Curcl and Tetrazzlnl
alone can master. Caruso, Har
rold and other artist are ready
to testify as to hi musicianship
when the time comes for his
juesefltatlon to th public.
We are sure proiid to be
show you this picture, ! ;
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Tamous Players -Lasky
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"THE AMERICAN BEAUTY" IN
THE THUnDERBOLf "
THE ROMANCE OF THE STRANGEST MARRIAGE ON RECORD
The story of a husband who
denied his wife the sacred right
to motherhood and how Prov
idence thwarted hia wicked
plan of revenge. , . '. ' : .
Tho I'litlicr's Rpveiigo,
Tim I :inpt.v C'rudlc. ,
lluppv Southern Days.
The Mi-unto MarrlUKO.
A lriishiiml's llalo.
A Wfl'-' fculHcrruxe.
I'lie I.iKlnniiiK Ktorm
and ilio TliiindcrlHilt. ,
Mis MaMcDonald's first stellar appearance
" "THE WOMAN THOU GAVEST ME"
COMEDY '.THE FLY COP"
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