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DAILY EAST 0REG0N1AN. TENDLETON, OREGON, , TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 10, 1921.
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Margaret I.ivlncston. who pormiys a
IrniMiK role In "Lying Lips." Thnm.n
H. Tnoe's second big Kpucial for the
AjisOclnted Producers, Inc., which Is
Jm.mt-ii thin r(K t the Altu Theatre
Is An Inre "discovery" who is expect,
rd to eventually rank with Dorothy
iifilion, Kntt Hennctt, lirssie Harris
'Al. And nther of the Incc-mado ..-virs.
Previous to her appearance In "Lying
Jips." Miss Livingston has been seen
In lending- support of Charles Kay.
DoUflas MarLran, Eniil Pennelt. and
niiii i iu e laoir.tis.
l.Vltl.Y C1TI7.I VS. M1I.S
CKVALL1 ore. May 1 .- (A. P. i
Thnt an ancient nice of cannibals in
habited Oregon hefrre the Indian-,
wss the conclusion drawn by . Prof.
John Ft. Hoerncr, f Oregon Agricul
tural College, after exnmining relics
excavated from prehistoric , moumta
three mile west of Tangent, lire.
"The ancients were buried rn their
sides or In a sitting position In a bed
of charcoal four feet deep and encas
ed with clay with charcoal over them,"
said Prof. Hoetner to n class of stud
ents who hc!pcd In xcavating on ut
the mounds, -.acriflcoa -were offered
to the Idols these people worshipped,
and human flesh ami bones were put
In the graves besides the dead to be
used on the long journey. This govs to
prove that some of them were canni
bals and not Indians."
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AM '('' 1FY ALWAYS
v- i CcM oor vweR
if J-O A VJWM UP
tKiist Oregonlan Special.!
ADAMS, May 10.-"-l'iorej,sor Ornv.
lopp is stepping high today over the
nrriviU' of an St, pound baby boy,
born In l.a eirande on .May 4th.
Miss lilanch Isaacs of Pendleton was
the guest of Miss Ueraldlne Morrison I
over Sunday at the home ranch near
I'llfford Holdman of Pendleton was
the guest of Hull Morrison over Sun-1
The Adams Baptist church was
beautifully decorated Sunday with
flowers In honor of Mothers Day.
Clifford Holdman of Pendleton. Itoll
Morrison, John Hales. Frank Dttmcs
ai'd Joe Itrent motored to Adams Sun
day. Carl Christian and Harry Iu-ahee '
.enjoyed a fishing trip last Sunday.
! Mr. and Mrs. Hearman u,ufl family
j of Walla Wijlla are the grtests of Mr.
i'and Mrs. Jack Mayberry.
j Mr. and Mrs. Carl Christian and
t'lUighter I.eona and in-, ami Mrs.
Utrabee and sons Clyde and Klchard
motored to Pendleton Sunday to t
i tend church. j
I Mr. nnd Mrs. lister Watrus and son
' f Seattle are the guests of his mother
Advertisers may holler their
heads ou but you and l
. know when they can
get a McKibbin at
It's all anyone should pay.
Ask at the leading stores.
ALT A .THE ATttE
o They are
You Should Be the Same
A LARGE number of women's ailments are not surgical
ones. Serious displacements or radical changes have not
yet taken place.
A tiny part in a fine clock may become loose and cause the
clock to gain or lose. If not attended to in time, the part may
fall from its place and cause serious trouble. So it is with
women's ailments, they start from simple causes; but if allowed
to continue, produce serious conditions.
When the warning symptoms are first noted, take Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to relieve the present trouble
some ailment, and to prevent the development of serious trouble.
Hutchinson, Kan." I was about
13 years old when I developed
a female weakness. My mother took
me to a doctor and I doctored for
North Troy, X. Y. "When I was a
young girl I had a severe female
trouble. Mother gave me Lydia E.
Pinkharn's Vegetable Compound and
after taking several bottles I was
strong and well. When my daughter
got married she was feeling miser
able, and I recommended your medi
cine. She is greatly improved in
health and has a beautiful baby boy
four montlis old. So you see this
letter comes from the third genera
tion ana j-ou
mav use it as you
wish." Mrs. It. M. Geeexawat, 607
4th Ave, North Troy, X. Y.
Many such letters prove the X'irtue of
several months. I was too sick to do
anything, was as thin as could be,
and my complexion was yellow.
Mother had used Lydia E.I'inkham'3
Vegetable Compound and it had
bellied her so much that she got
some for me and before I had finished
the second bottle I was feeling tine
and have been ever since." Mrs.
J. A. Stevens, 716 E. 9th St., Hutch
Lydia E. Pinkham's
"ivniA P DINKHIM MEDICINE (TO. LVNN. MASS. A
.Mrs. Lena AVatrua and his sister and
family .Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Maniuia for
a few days.
Emltt Darr and mother .Mrs. C. C.
D.irr motored to Milton to visit Sam
. Laurence Melntyre and mother and
si.iter Gwendolyn Melntyre motored
through Adams on their way home to
Helix Friday. .
Mrs. Jek Case and son Dale, motor
ed to Athena Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. I I Lieuallen and
datiKhters Dora and Dena motored to
Miss Irene Wallan was the guest of
Mrs. In man Friday.
1 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Crets and Mrs.
Uerry of Pendleton motored to Walla
Walla Thursday to take their father,
Mr. Light home. On their return
home they were the guests of Miss
Helen Blake and mother.
Mr. and Mrs. C Fowling and Will
Holdman motored to Pendleton Sat
urday and were the guests of Mrs. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Parr ana family went
to Pendleton Saturdny to attend the
Mr. and Mrs. I.arahec and sons R,od
rlck and Clyde went to Pendleton Sat
urday. Mr. and Mrs. Revella Lieuallen visit
ed in Pendleton Saturday.
Mrs. Frank Krebs and Mrs. Pert
Kirhy nnd son and Mrs. Simonton
visited in Pendleton Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. McFaul and Ora Hold
man of Pendleton motored to Adams
Sunday and were the guest of Mrs. C.
Bowling for the day.
Miss Helon Hlake of Pendleton high
school spent Sunday at home in Adams
Sullivan Riemer, Evard MeCollum
and F. M. Whitely went to Pendleton
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lieuallen and
daughters Icr.a nnd Doris were in
Prof. Graylopp returned to Adams
Monday after visiting the past week
with his wife and Hon at La Grande.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Boyer motored
to Adams Sunday to attend church.
Bun Inman motored from Helix to
spend Sunday at home in Adams.
Rev. Luther was the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. L. L. Lieuallen Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Otas Lieuallen motored
to Adams today.
Mrs. Jack Pakcr was to church Sun
day after bcinir confined to her home
for the past month with illness.
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(jffl star cast catztring House Iters end Florence Vldor
4 sJi.iJSisoclated Producers Prjituciun
'TOOINERVILLE FIUE BRIGADE'
m itii; itiji i fs ji.Miu: iikasts.
Daily, Marie Costello rotighhuuses
thirty lions, tigers, leopards and pu
maa In the No. 2 steel arena of the
Howe's Great London and Van Am
burgs Trained Wild Animal circus.
"How do you do it without a revol
ver, a club, a whip or a training
chair?" zoo experts ask her.
"I bluff 'em." she laughs. And
that's about the answer, too. This
young woman, who used to be an aer
ialist as a youngster a weak wrist
stopped that trains and handles sev
eral tons of jungle dynamite with her
bare hands, so to speak. In training
the refractory beast, she uses nothing
but her hands, her eyes and her
Mario set the fashion on the Howe
Van Amburg circus, coming to Pendle
ton, Monday, May 16. and other girl
trainers tried to handle their animal '
acts without .weapons. Some siic- j
oeedod and some didn't . For only the
trainer who is absolutely fearless can
keep the beasts under control without
gun, whip or club generally gun nnd
whip are needed. But Marie never
has trouble. She fears no animal i.i
the least, and every animal in lu-r act
the biggest i n the tour knows it.
other women pel iormcrs acro
bats, aerialists, wire, dancers, gym
nasts, riders wonder nt Marie, for.
away from her act she's timid. A
garter snake scares her to death, and
a mouse well, the elephants with the
big show have nothing on her when it
comes to getting frightened at a
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TACOMA. Wash., May 10. (A. P.)
"Mother" Robinson, who years aso
was known throughout the Pacific
northwest for tuking the part of the
miners in labor troubles In the
Coeur d'Alene district, recently was
forced by ago to give up the news
stand she has operated here for two
In the arly nineties, in Idah",
"Mother.' liobinson was known as tho
"poetess of the miners'' on account of
the verses she wrote depicting the
struggles. 'She went to prison with
some of the strikers and when releas
ed she found that fire had destroyed
theji hit'd sho had been conducting.
She tb'ti gillie to the coast and opened,
her news stand here. ."Mother" liob
inson iR years of age.
EGG COAL '
THE RIGHT SIZE FOR THIS WEATHER
CLEAN AND UNIFORM 5
B. L. BURROUGHS He Has It!
.,, Strong Face
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James Kirkwood has one of the
strongest faces on the screen. He n
also one of the busiest act ora. - He
ws hero of ."Bob Hampton of
Placer" and la now making J'The
Grcut , Impersonation."
A Universal Special that is brimfull of action
Not on your life. A Christie Comedy. Pepp in