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DAILY EAST ORECONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 5,1021.
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AtM AMK MAI)v AVDMKIMUV, l.,ox wa shot and killed by a dep
.. . " pity pi.wiff Just n few twin before he
..iiirimnfiKi, utmrd no the
i-ti no.imirul toman In AmeriVa.,'
ill'ilttil ,Ly a well known nt In-j
liiilln Nlppl I'trrif, vwthy "imi-i
(T.t.tir, t.rnent Joy, Mnrcriret .'nnii!cll '
una .uinm fiirionl, Ib the star of the
r w it
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hi Mild the Woman" company went
lo I'.r val'in. Knox had four notches
in h' Winchester for which he hud
Vet. jailed in the fotith. Many years
t.K.- he bn.ke Jail and fled to Cali
fornia. Then he himself was killed In
ft Ftrfct National Atir icllon, which Run battle with a sheriff o,!e and
iic -o the Aicailc th.-ntrc for 2 .lay,!' nis shack was found fitted for a eicK.
Minimf netne pv.iml.-iv e.it'.'.lod "Tlu-i
N"lirloiin. Mm-i..Io." Tn this nr.-j
tliuntoii Mis Macl.,n;,l, is known by
the :Jilo name, derived from the story1
bj Mrs. Ilaille Keno!ris. 1 how who;
hnve rrao the hm.k i!l delight In :
ieh'n beautiful Kai)er1ne Mao-!
fV'.mld rei.liHtlcally depict the romance
of u tflii who with a pennant past,
niarri"'. a nian who knew nothing of:
lr notoriety. The s o,uent devel-'
4-bntent of the plot moves rajiidilyi
from France, across the K:chsh Chan-j
of! 10 "Bllithty.'
freer the skillful direction of
"Two KindK of Ixivo" was written
'y John CVIton and PoukIks Ioty.
Itcaves Knaun, takes the "heavy' role,
la tact the w hide TCtiW'n family p
enr In the picture, including Mrs.
Ksson and their talented son.
"HreeKV," who Is but four yearn olrt
er.d recently was a feature In "Fink
Tiphts" starring Gladys Walton.
ALT A iSl X1VY AXD MONDAY
The Alta Theatre will have, as It
feature attraction Sunday and Mon-
J itlicr Vounc this human j-tory Is even I' ''. t'onstunce Talmadge In "DanRer
inore MpalinK on the reen than on 0,lri Huslnesa," adapted by John Rmer
the prlntett pap from which it wa'r"n a',' Anita Loos from Mndeltilne
pic:'rl7.ed. .Sharp Buchanan's story "The Chess-
Ward." It is directed 'by 'William
PATIMK Sl.VDAV AM. J.OXRIYj Aword, ,,, a(lvnll0, Tm thla
drama is different than the usual run.
it docs not follow the conventional
ino of the persecuted heroine, the vil
lain mot th roscoiittf t.ain X"
KnoS. llO-l .-i..vti ,, m-rt,. c,,ii ,,
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aluny? fallins in and out of love Is
when at the
CAI11X OP ll'l!T I SI1)
IV I II Mlt. riHITOl'KW'u,
fi'l marriacn she declareshe la al
ii- ady a married woman and the wed
dins la off.
Hut out of the frying pan Into the
fire of rueful trouble. The alleged
' vtrsil took his company tn the vahinl
and filmed many a-en in the vicinity.
The cabin used by John
toi n.ufc hermit and fugitive 'from jus
the, va u-tcd for the shack of the.i, . . "
JOve, which will be shown Sunday ,.- j , ,
"irtd Monday at the Pastime Theatre.
Kriig'r cabin is nar what is known
as F -llows Camp in .--;n tl.tiiriel Can-
yor !n the Sierras. Heaves Eason who!
are conducted to the bridal chamber
by his mother. Here he orders Nancy
tn vndress and sret into bed. She is
afraid tnc tell her family of her pre-oi.-.iment
and complies. The "brlde---r..-m'
sits on the side of the bed nnd
leins to disrobe. Now always here
ti fere, someone has arrived on the
scene and rescued the Rirl. But the
nMht passes. The actlmr of MiA Tal
mudfte portrayinR the terrible mental
tortt.ra .'nncy Flavell under Roes In
'his unique situation Is declared to be
uhvqi-alled for its sincerity.
, r; j -.v Another trying situation irhlch Is
t r-cmuna, a- run aown wun handled with rare tact is when Nanc
pleads with the(hero to marry her and
to make her his wife before the law
Read Mrs. Corley's Letter and
Benefit by Her Experience
is dlways ready to
A T the very first twinge, down
comes my bottle of tJlocn's;
then tjuick relief, u-iihoiU tnlbing,
ior it's stimulating tna (cutters 1
congestion. The boys use it for
ftitf mtiscles, and it helps SMIv'a
backaches, too." 85c, 70c, $1.40. .
Men housed under university super
vision made an average grade of S.90,
while the women. In the same class
made J.SU Those boarding In town i
did better work, the tnen maklnir 1.76 I
and the girls 3.21. The ben livln at 1
home made S.S4 and the women 3.07.
Graduate students made the best
grades, OS; men. 1.97: women, 1.78.
item la the hishest grade. I
If You Use
You Have No Tire Trouble '
Gertson & Marty
' 639 Cottonwood Street Phone 595
Automobile Show. Lets Go! March 10-11-12.
JESSE L.LASIcy PRESfirTTS)
EM . A
. trr it
COMFDV MACK KFXXRTT
nervousness and female trouble and suf
fered every month.
1 was not abie to do
' "V"" 'Z f' as she Is supposed to 1 by all their
'"oTmenfcl?1 W . fr" nis- He demands a surety for her
ifllS l """1 behavior and she shows-him a
erot no relief. 1 saw , v. , . . , . , , , ,
.... Ihnnvn ahn. npnmwlnv him thai mnlh.
your medicine adver-
, ijf.red in a little book
r: ' : that was thrown in
i' 'tny door, and I had
-fc. j? j not taken two bottles
;j of Lyiw K. Pink-,
Compound before T
J could see it was belp-
f ing me. I am keeping house now and
; am able to do all of my work. 1 cannot
r My enough for your roc&cine. It has
-done more for-tne than anv doctor." I
have not papsr enoc'sh to tell you how
much It has oone lor me ana ior my
' friends. You may print this letter if
yon wish." Elizaffth C. Corley,
care of A. P. Corley, Edmund, S.C.
Ability tc stand the strain of work is
the privilege of the strong and healthy,
but how our hearts ache for the weak
and sickly women struppling-with their
daily rounds of household duties, with
' backaches, headaches, nervousness and
almost every movement brings a new
pain. Why will not the mass of letters
from women all over this country, which
we have been publishinp;, convince such
women that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound will help them just as
surely as it cid Mrs, Corley t
baby's shoe, promising him that moth
erhood will have a soUerlng influence
on her penchant for flirtinj and fib
VANCOUVER, Wash., March 5.
The speed of the stork, which outdis
tanced a taxicab this morning; cost
Portland one birth In its March total
for a baby arrived in the family of A.
Kyle, 1115 West Thirteenth street.
Vancouver, on the approach to the In
terstate bridge just north of Portland's
city limits'. Mr( and Mrs. Kyle were
speeding- to a Portland hospital from
Vancouver at the time.
UNIVERSITY WOMEN .'
BRIGHTER THAN MEN
UNLESS GRADES LIE
T'XIVERSITY OP 9REGOX, E5u
j.ene, March 5. University coeds led
the men of the institution in scholar
ship, according to a report issued this
week by the registrar's office. The
women's average Is 3:19; men's, 3.82;
average for the university, 3.52.
KAN OH THESE
TRift H M tborb'n( pletur
of bow Mnaa'i whit b
ten fled up thro liven until it
Mflttd u if tht an&rl would
vf few ttratg niched out. A
story Uid m thm gMdea foot
fciU mi California u-oiig air
BdwatandabU fwopW hun
mrf lor hapmecfc very
iutarMi 4nm luU of treatbleu
anomrnta la which dear lift la
boy and a spotted pup pUy two
ui c r importaol parts. It
tha ktoi of pictura thu all tbm
iMMijr ftkouid af Lecatto
ttrm oM&ih&c it fur
Fre:h from the Cotaitry"
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. in the busy season are annoying and usually very costly
' in the loss of time. The busy seasonvill soon be here
:have the car repaired now.
We do cylinder grinding and general repairing of
, automobiles and trucks.-
Oldf ield & Peterson
812 Garden Phone 177
IN REAR OF OREGON MOTOR GARAGE
Adults, 35c' "
Rather ine MacDonald
The American Beauty in a First National
The Notorious Miss Lisle
The romance of a beautiful girl who fights the con
demning but elusive shadow of suspicion nj)d establishes
her inocence in the face of a world that sternly scorns her.
ROMANCE AFTER MARRIAGE
Who is to blame
for what they did ?
powerful romance o'f
plain worth and Elided
hypocrisy. A story of
i ) love that startled the
churches and toppled
over the pods of ''high
society." , riVM t Willi
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riunifflttlvrftp-f irnv.m.A.i.iv.M. ' f .J'J . if j.
f SyractiMCitr authorities- hare
I jjj, "Ks, no."' to th i troneer
promenades, in Srractisa stress,!
by pretty anWersitr -coeds. . . Tb
i shimmy. the -face-to-lace" and
tb jass dances hare also. been
' banned- by collet professors. 1
A Cosmopolitan Production
Q paramount Qkture
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6 .J I ! II
4 M i WSJ . II
A . 1 1 i II i w ill
. Children, 10c
Two Week at the Majestic Theatre, Portland A Picture
Everyone Will Like.
A Falter at the Altar And a Whoop Into Wedlock With
out a Husband.
1 ' A First National Picture
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