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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY IB, 1921.
ALT A M MAV M MONDAY
Atiiih J. Mlwm ! .lumen klrkwootl
lit TlHir lioxt.
In 'The Lurk of the Irish, ' the
film version of Harold MaeGrath 'a no
vcl, which onmos to the Alt a Theatre
r.ext Sunday, Alien Iwan has pro
aented a tale of love and adventure
which reminds one of the ureal lov
nolle of day of old. The characters
arc dra"wn tr.ie to life, -with usual
lwanlitle nttentlnn to detail. Jainen
Ktrkwond a William tlroiran, tho
young plumber who tours the world
cfter inheriting a fortune. Is at h.f
heit and -oiisidors it the heat screen
work he h.ia done. The part nllovvs
him to display his histrionic aMIIty
and physical yrowess, Anna Q. Nlls
son, as Ttuth W.-rren, the heroine, is
the type f crirl we want our sisters
and sweevhearts to (e SHveet, demure
courageous and loyal.
lyATIMK SVNIVVY AXl) MONDAY
. Something different In plot and
characterization was presented at the
Pastime Theatre when Anne Corn
wall appeared in the new Universal
feature, "The Oiri in the Rain," and
kept a large audience thrilled, in
terested and often anr.ised during the
Anne Cornwall was almost a mransr,
cf to most of the audience, although
sJw had formerly appeared in impor
tant roles with such star as Lionel
Farrymore, Eddie Lyons and' Lee
Mot-an. and had also been foatiy-ed in
a t'niversal photodrama. But.is a
s'.ar she was maklnar her first! how to
a local audience. However, her fntu
appearance will looked forward to
with Ri-eat floli.Tht, for in the role
r.f Jadith, torn between devotion tc
her erring brother and love for the
AI1 LTS ZZc
10 Nights Without .
man who coinea into her ltfo and
trufls hrr to th u!ints(, sho Kives as
charming and Rirlisli a protrayal
has l eon seen on, a local screen in
rShe is w insoni i) attractive, appeal
ing in her helplessness and admirable
In her resourcefulness. And she Is
well supported by James Liddy as the
young man who rescues her from the
fiood tindlhen prieeds to fall In love
with her; by Lloyd Bacon as hor
brother w ho I keeping; just a few laps
ahead of the law; by Jessalyn Van
Trump as his wlfa; by James Farley
as the Kovernment secret nscnt; by
leorge Kunkel as a rural 'sheriff:' by
Neal lfardin as a private investigator
and by a sccre of other people who
play their parts acceptably. ,
Hollin Sturgeon, who directed "The
(lirl In the Hain," displays the same
skill and the game Mrs, for detail that
have charaeteriied hlfe former produc-,
Hons. The scenes on the Potomac
River, on the Washington boat. In
the thunderstrovktri and In the hunting
lodse. all give frldcnce of ttnished
artistrv, V :
Altl-ADK SINDAY AX MONDAY
LINE C OMKDY IS -THK RCMK.lt;'!i
IX.uclas Mac Lean Alain 1 iunrc in
Sirups Connxly I'k-tiim
Innumerable well conceived comedy
situations, as unusual as they arc
lauirhable, are presented in Pouslas
.Maclean's latest Paramount picture,
which comes -to the 'Arcade Theutre
The youthful soldier, no longer a
rookie, but a seasoned veteran i of
months at the front, returns to wres
tle with the problems of -adjusting
himself to the humdrum existence of
civilian life. However, he finds that
post-war conditions are not as devoid
of action and excitement as he had
thought, and his fighting Mood, rous
ed by a household of rebelious ser
vants, a rival for, the hand of the
;younsr lady of h's choice, an adopted
' father, and other things .supply him
'with as much excitement'as did ever
, the treacherous Hun.
The comedy w.-s directed by Jack
N'elsnn anTl photographed by Bert
Cann under the supervision of Thorn-1
as II. Ince. Doris May heads a capa
! Me supporting cast.
Lives to See the Prescription
He Wrote in 1892 the Worlds r
Most Popular Laxative Remedy
Founder of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, the largest
'selling liquid laxative in the world, long past'
Biblical old age, but hale and hearty Still
sees patients daily Wonderful achieve. .
' ment of a "country doctor." r
WHEN I started to practice medicine, back in 1875,
there, were no pills or tablets or salt waters for
the relief of constipation, and no artificial
remedies made from coal tar.
The prescription for constipation that I used early in
my practice, and which I put in drug stores in 1892 un
der the name of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, is a liquid
remedy, and I have never had reason to change it. I
intended it for women, children and elderly people, and
these need just such a mild, safe, gentle bowel stim
ulant as Syrup Pepsin.
I am gratified to say that under successful management my
frescrition has proven its worth and is now the largest selling
iquid laxative In the world. The fact that over eight million
bottles were sold by druggists last year proves that it has won
the confidence o mothers whose chief interest is the health
of their children. v
1 ll V V
i t rAry '
i tf.ry 1
DR. W.'B. CALDWELL TODAY
. Born Shelbyvllle, Mo.. March 27, INS
BentinlhenTjinufacture of his famous '
prescripUon In IdX)
It is particularly pleasing to me to know that '
the biggest half or thoss eiyht million bottles were
bought by mothers for themselves and the chil
dren, though Syrup Pepsin is just as valuable for
grownups. The price of a bottle holding 50 aver
age treatments is sixty cents; such a bottle will
last a family several months. .
I have never made a secret of what is in Dr.
Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It is a compound of
Egyptian Senna and other simple laxative herbs
with pepsin nd pleasant-tasting animates.
These ingredients are endorsed in the U. S.
Pharmacopoeia. I consider Syrup Pepsin today
in the serious 82nd year of my age, as 1 did in
1S92,. the best remedy a family can have in the
house for the safe relief of constipation and its
accompanying ills, such as headaches, bilious
ness, flatulence, indigestion, loss of appetite
i- and ' sleep, bad breath, dyspepsia, colds and
Millions of families are now never without Dr.
Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, and I believe if you
will once start using it you will also always have
a bottle handy for emergencies.
J Y IT- nd" rne your twnje ani aMnss and I tn'H cnj yo a free trial bottle of my Syrup Pepsin.
Address me Dr. C. CaLiu'ed, 513 Wosfun-ton Street, Monticclla, Illinois. Everybody now
f Jtv Hi Pi and then needs a laxative, and it is uell to know the best. Write me today.
- Tn film V11 In rtA Tk
Take Grove's LAXATIVE BROMO
QUIXIXE tablets. The genuine bean
the aisnwure of R W. orove. 30c
3467 STUDENTS LISTED
AT 0. A. C. THIS TERM
Vifhnnf I inoc .,;- ..
. .1 .''-NEAR
inlht . vision
Kryptoks (Cryptocks) do
away with that extra pair
of glasses. They give you
far and near vision in the
same lens, yet the lower
part is invisible.
They must be fitted right.
American Nat l Rank Itiiilrilng
! OREGON" A3UICULTURAL COL-
! iihuk, covallis, Jan. 10. Collpge re-
I gistration has been steadily increas
ing each day until now the total num-
her of regrular students registered is
I S467, an compared with 3350 at the
! end of the second term last school
year. A few, students are registering
I each day.
; The showing is gratifying to the ad
ministration in view of the depressed
conditions in rural districts, particul
arly in eastern Oregon. Many stu-de-nt
indicated at the close of the
first term in December that - they
might not be back in college for the
second term bcacuse of the fact that
the wheat was still in the bins.
Engineering, in all Its branchs.
leads in registration with 977, altho.
the school of - engineering which in
cludes civil, electrical, mechanical,
mining and industrial art, numbers
but 740 In comparsion with S31 for
the school of agriculture. Forest
land logging engineering attracted 99,
; chemical engineering 64 and the
school of mines 74. t
The school of' commerce has taken
!a jump, now having 794 students.
Homes economics comes next with 56S
and in vpharmacy 177 are listed. The
school of music has 66 regular stu
dents and many others who take tho
work as elective. ,
The registrar's record shows that
2423 men are registered and 1044 wo
men in the regular course. Of the
3467 registered, 1532 are new stu
dents and 1935 are old. Collegiate
ftudents number 33106 and vocational
students 361. Totul registration for
the entire year. Including short course
students, is 306S.
por ulation represented A7, S. per C2nt.
Oregon's urban population is 391,019
and rural population 392.370.'
Krst Time in lli.urv.
WASHINGTON', Jan. 14. (V. I
Less than half the population of the
United States lives In rural territory,
the census bureau today announced.
This is the first time in the history
of the country that the urban has ex
ceeded the rural population, the
dwellers of towns and cities being 51.4
per centf the total.
LONDON, Jan. 13. (A. I The
British government is beginning" to
plit into effect its plan to keep within
the boundaries of the British empire
the emigrants from England, Scotland,
Wales and Ireland who want to seek
new homes in distant parts of the
This empire settlement scheme has
been held in abeyance since the war
because there were so many soldiers
to be repatriated; but the first large
party comprising 1100- emigrants has
just left for Australia. This party is
under government direction and the
emigrants received a certain amount
of government assistance;
Sir" James Connelly, agent here for
Western Australia, announces that for
the next two years 1000 emigrants will
be sent to Australia each month, their
passabe being paid by the government.
The government has openly express
ed its disfavor toward schemes for
emigration from the British Isles to
South American countries. In conse
quence a campaign by Peru to Induce
English and Scotch to come there and
settle has been abandoned after hun
dreds of them had accepted offers for
free transportation to that country.
tho Mississippi river. . When the 19J1
tourist season opens there will- be
available additional hotel accommoda
tions within the park.
RACE TO FOLLOW FASTER
OXFORD, Englund, Jan. 13. (A.
P.) The Oxford-Cambridge tinlver
city boat race will le held March 30.
This is the first time in a nuniW-c. of
years that the race has been fixer for
after Easter and nn arrangement has
been arrived at by which thcrt? will he
no practice on Good Friday,
Children 10c Adults 35c
PAIiJS, Jan. (A. I'.) Dissolu
tion of the general federation of la
bor Is ordered by the court which har
!ecii hearing the case against Ion
Jouhaux, president of the federation
and other officers, on charges of in
fringements of tho laws governing
Cm BE CURED
Free Proof To You
AM I wunt in yonr name and addrra to I can cnd you free trial
treatment. I warrt you jut to try thi treatment tliat'i all Ut
try It. Tn-t f my only argument.
l'v been in th Kf tail lirusr Btiainem for W yean. I am Secretary of the Indiana Slate Board
of "'.larmocy and l'rcident of the Retail Drumriitl' Anoriation. Nenrlv everyone th Korl Wayne
.nows rne and knowa about-my iuccef"l treatment. Over fourteen thousand five hundred
Men. Women and Children outiiile of Kort Way ne have, according to their own ttatemcnU, been
cured by thin trrarmert tince I Rmt mar'e thu offer puolic.
If you have Eczema. Itch. Salt Rheum, Tetter neer cmd how bad my treatment ha
cured the worst ca.- I oyer saw-give me a chance to prove my claim.
Send me your name and addreaa on the co'ipon below rod (ret Tie trml treatment I want to
acnrl yon KJiEB. Tie wonder accomplished in ymir own case will lie proof.
aaaaiaeaaaaanaaivniai CUT AND MAIL TODAY iaacaaaaiaaaaaaaaaaa
I. C. Hl'TZELL, Druggist, 3604 West Main St., Fort Vcyne, Ind
riease send without cost or ooligatioo to ma your Free Proof Treatment. ' t
post Office State..
Ctreei Au4 No. .
RAINIER NATIONAL PARK
HAD 14,000 VISITORS IN
IN LAST SWMMER SEASON
TACOMA. Wash.. Jan. 15. (A. P.)
Travel during 1920 to Rainier Na
tional I'irk broke all 'previous rec
ords. A total of 14.000 persons from
outside 'the state lof Washington en
tered .the park during' the year. jSix
thousand of these -were from enst of
MINISTER WILL PLEAD
THAT FAST BE ENDED
Bathroom, bedroom, every
room. Attach any where
to light circuit
SO E. Court
ELDORADO, till.. Jan.. 15. fl'. P.)
ltev. G. S. I'ayne,. minister of the
church of frod, will go to Danville im
mediately and plead with Mrs. Badie
Harrington, now in the 46th day of
her hunger fast to force her husband
to Join church, to give up her fast.
Arrangement for the trip to Dan
ville were made by the" United Presa
after It located Kcv. Payne, a nation
wide search by friends and relatives
of Mrs. Harrington having failed. The
woman had indicated she would give
t'P the fast If Rev. I'ayne advised her
to do so and has been pleading for
him since she started the hunger
"I'll pray with her and urge her to
give up her fast," Payne said. "The
church of Ood doesn't sanction such
luKts to obtain conversions."
WASHINGTON, Jan. 15. (A. P.)
The urban population of the I'nited
Hiales. or people living In places of
iu0 or more Is 54,318.032 or,r,l,4 i-r
i-ent of tho-4-ountry's total- population.
The number living In rural territory
is 1, 390.73s. the census bureau an
LouncvU t'-djy. In 1 I u the urban
OF 5 CHILDREN
Mrs. Taylor's Sickness Ended
' by Lydia E. Pinkham's
Roxbury. Mass. "I suffered contin
ually with backache and was often de-!
spondent, had dizzy
spells and at my
monthly periods it
was almost impos
sible to keep around
at my work. Since
my last baby jame I
two years ago my
back has been worse
and no position I
could get in would
relieve it, and doc
tor's medicine did
recommended Lyaia E. Pinkham's Veg
etable Compound and I have found great
reliet since using it. My nacK is mucn
better and I can sleep well. I Keep
house and have the care of five children
so my work is very trying and I am very
thankful I have found the Compound
such a help. I recommend it to my
friends and i f you wish to use this letter
I am very glad to help any woman suf
fering as I was. until I used Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound." -Mrs.
Maude E.Tayi)B, 6 St. James
Place, Koxbury, Mass.
liai-kache is one of the most common
symptoms of a displacement or derange
ment of the female system. No woman
should make the mistake of trying to ,
overcome it by heroic endurance, but i
rirtdt hl'Mri T:nlir,.irn.Hin( ani fi I
inkham's VcgetablcCompound j
. ' ' ,
MAYFLOWER PHOTOPLAY CORPORATION
AN ALLAN DAWN PRODUCTION FROM THE
STORY BY HAROLD MacGRATH
A DRAMA OF MANY THRILLS A TRIP
AROUND THE WORLD '
Ocean and river voyages; Gondola and elephant,
camel and rickshaw rides. Fights with the Black
Hand. Slugging matches with dusky Arabs, husky
Chinamen and white villains.
PUNCH AND PEP
ROMANCE AND ADVENTURE
LOVE AND INTRIGUE
HUMOR AND LAUGHTER .
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COMEDY "M.Y LADY'S ANKLE"
at v M NOKT fca'H
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Invp iinrt all tho other
aiiarkllnt; fun pictures made
by this happy pair?
liemi-mhcr how they made
llfo perk up anil the sunahlne
come out warm In vour
Vell. "The nookle's Ile
turn" Is timed' Just risht for
your next glad plunge Into
.ot about war, but a wal
'Opinu war on Bloom!
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