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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN; PENDLETON', OREGON,"'"' THTJEgDAY EVENING, MRSlTftfTJif.
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A PIlAMA or (1IXn.l(TS
It Is a role imrtioularly suiteU to her
rrrsli and nnttirnl hrauty, hor girlish
tlatntinrxs and charm. IWorn begin
niiijr hr perron carvr 'MarKiierttf was
a child ilnnwusp. Slio ivus born In I it -lulh,
MiiineiMXa, and now resides In
ALT A TODAY
"Th Valley "f Tommri.w," which
1h rnmlmc Thrnire la fsi luring
Ha big allraclKin thin week, to run un
til Halurdiiv hua ilw'on aptly dcsPillHil
an "a drama of cimfllcim" u l a url
pln(r, vital and Intensely human story
tif the soiit-smwth of a man who tiniia IIOXKYMOOXS DO A
that lh man hn I nhlltrated to kill Is! VARIKTY OK THINGS
th very man who ha saved his life,
and that the tfirl h loves la the sister j The announcement that Mary Tick-
t.f the man through whom his own lit- ford la to aiienr at the Alta Theatre
i ir mni'-l 1 II iiK'iihiii Mir Piutillv mill : . -imj 411 HT lAll'Pl 1 Illicit JAl llll 'l '
dlrhntior that led l. her death.
l d ni t ion. "The Love Llsht," is of tin
! usual Interest to her thousands of local
ldmlrera, for several reasons, one of
.them helnfr that the atar, and her
author and director, Frances Marion,
untamed the Idea for the. story, a
great deal of the furnishings and some
Marnuerite IV Motte, the talent
d Hllle atircss mho play "Allie Lee'
m "The V.; P. Tvailj,'- the powerful;" the players while each wa honey
HenJ. B. Hampton ihotodrnma, re-: mooning with ner respective husband,
leased by the W. V. Holkinon Cor-' In Italy.
poratlon. which comes to the Amnio! Mil Plckforjl and Miss Marlon le
Theftra today for three days is onlyl"K close chums, and Douglas Falr
reventeen year old. Her wonderful J banks and Frederick Thompson beins.
histrionic ability became evident aft
filie had made but a few pictures. In
deed, 'before the Invame thoroughly
luted to applying screen make-tip she
awoke to find hersiclf famous "made"
by a sinftle picture. This was l'enj. B.
Hampton's pholoplav In the Kmerson
Hough novel "The Su!etrusher," and
fast friends. It was only natural that
they should meet on the other side of
the Atlantic and spend their honey
moons together, and the two gtfte'T
tsirls sat on the rocks overlooking the
Mediterranean In Northern Italy and
planed the story.
Another reason for the great inter-
her role wis that of Mar)' Warren," jert aroused by this production Is that
the blind heroine. Little Miss D La) it if Mis; l'lckford s first appearance
Motte Ibrousht to the delineation otiin an emotional drama following her
this character a deep sympathy and j announced policy of attempting- new
tinderstnndiiiR that placed her at once! tiling and creating new paths in
nmnnx the foremost of the younger p hotoplay ulories. It will he recalled
generation of screen aclrew.es. 1 that some time ago Miss I'lckford an-
Miss ITo La. Motte's Interpretation ; nounced that not only for her own
of 'Allie Lee," the appealing little artistic advancement, tout for the ad
vancement of the entire motion pic
ture industry, she would endeavor to
cet away from the conventional hack
neyed rtories and attempt to present
1 life as It really is.
KAXftA "CITY. Mo., Match IT,
(A. 1M Mine. Krnestine Schumann
lli ink aloud beside a modest casket ill
the crowded little chapel of an undertaking-
establishment and sang "Taps"
enterday at the funeral services of
Captain A. A. Werner, neWMpuperman,
Hid world war veteran.
BEAUTIFUL QUEEN WILL
FILM HER OWN STORIES
I.Otf AW.EI.KS. March 1T. U I'.)
That. Kurope'a tnoxt beautiful riecn,
Marie of liumania, is coming to Los
Augeloa to take an active part in film
ing her own stories is announced by
Lois Weber, the famous woman cine,
ma director, ' ho owns the picture
rights of the queen's literary, works.
Neglected CoWs are Dangerous
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heroine who at last finds complete
happiness withnn the safe harbor of
"Warren Neale's" arms. Is said to be
even finer than her previous work.
Followed a Neighbor's Advice
and Took Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vernon, Tex. "Tor three years I
uffered untold agony each month with
pains in my sides. 1
louna oniy tempo
rary reliefm doctor's
medicine ot anything
else I took until my
husband saw an ad
Lydia E. Pinkham's
pound. I mentioned
it to neighbor and
she told me she bad
taken it with good
results and advised
me to try it I was then in bed part of
the time and my doctor said I would
have to be operated on, but we decided
to 1ry the Vegetable Compound and I
also used Lydia E. Pinkham's Sanative
Wash. I am a dressmaker and am now
able to go about my work and do my
housework besides. You are welcome
to use this letter as a testimonial as I am
always glad to speak a word for your
medicine." Mrs. W. M. STEPHENS, 1103
H. Commerce St, Vernon, Texas.
Dressmakers when overworked are
Drone to such ailments and should profit
Sy Mrs. Stephen s experience.
Write to Lydia E. Pinkhara Medicine
Co. (confidential), Lynn, Mass., about
your health. Your letter will be opened,
read and answered by, a woman and
held in strict confidence.
urjsher gmpe; and
iq Mori In ffif latest
Jiiferi;ar:d ;direcjed "
by rjances'lytisnon '
Charles . Aosherand
(East Oregonian Special.)
UK I AH. March 1". Antone Scheels
and wife, who were recently married
in Michigan, arrived In Ukiah Thurs
day evenins, where they were met by
friends, going on to their home on
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Allison will be pleaaed to learn
that little Billie.'s fast recovering from
his burns and will be able to leave the
hospital in a few days.
Henry Nye of Spokane, an old
friend of J. H. Wagner, arrived Wed
nesday night to look after Mr. Wag
ner's interests here for a. few days.
Mr. Wagner is recovering nicely under
the care of a trained nurse who arriv
ed from Pendleton a few days ago.
Albert Peterson has installed a
small electric, light plant with which
he will light the hotel and store.
Cattle and horses are being turned
out In the pastures as the snow is go
ing very fast and there is lots of bare
Friday was a very disagreeable day
in Camas Prairie with a high wind and
snow blowing in all directions.
Mrs. Slaughter, principal, and Mrs.
Parrot, primary teacher of the Ukiah
school, have been employed to teach
the Ukiah school again next year,
much to the satisfaction of all the pa
trons of the school.
Mrs. Herlick, a trained nurse from
Pendleton, arrived In Ukiah Wednes
day evening to care for Air. Wagner
About two inches of snow fell Bun-
day morning In Ukiah. which will
make the ground very wet again.
Mrs. Mabel Case and daughter Ru
by and ftae. who have been at their
home near Dale for the last ten dayp.
returned to Ukiah for school Saturd
Mrs. George Xess and daughter
Florence are expected home this week
after an absence of three weeks in
Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Corley of Al
ba, are visiting at Xye at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bnright.
. John Ewing, father of Mrs. Charley
Hynd. left for Heppner Friday n'orn-
Fred Grooms of Sumpter, was a
guest at the Ukiah hotel Wednesday
night on his way to Penleton.
"OUCH! THAT OLD
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Cet out your bottle of Sloan's
Liniment and knock the paia i
T rEREX'T ready for that last
quick switch in temperature,
" were you? Left you stiff, sore,
lull of rheumatic twinces?
You should have had a bottle of
Sloan's Liniment handy that would
have pttutiattd without rUbbiitt , warmed
end soon eased up the muscles,
quieted the jumpy, painful, affected
part and brought gratifying relief. '
Helpful in attacks of lumbago, sciat
ica, external soreness, stiffness, strains,
aches, sprains. Get a bottle at your
druggist 8.350, 70c, $1.40.
Children, 5c .
A drama of the
West of yesterday.
Billy West in ..
The Eill Poster
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H Permit Miss Locklin, the demonstrator, to serve you today at the Pendleton Cash
1 Market. She will today also serve Rolled Cat Cookies made from Kerr's Rolled Oats,
HI and the delicious Pancakes made from Kerr's Pancake Flour.
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A thrilling story of life and love in the pioneer days
of the cutting of the trail for the great U. P. Railroad,
with as great a cast as ever seen in any picture.
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A Massive Picture of the Great We st, With a Powerful Cast Including
Roy Stewart, Kathlyn-Williams. Ro bert McKim, Joseph Dowlinp;, Mar
guerite De Laraotte. ,
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Despite the fact that "The U. P. Trail", is a massive produc
tion it is possessed of something more than mere physical big
ness: It is just as great in theme as it is in production investure.
Dealing with the growth . of our country, it shows America in the
making, at a time when might was right and every man carried
the law on his own hip.