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THE CAPITAL thttpvat.- THURSDAY. JANUARY 22, 1920.
Coming to The Grand
Cri'e Viili'nllnc, who plnys tlio fi-niiii !n It ml III Irfiniljnrdl, Ltd.. which
come lo 1lu t.rniut Monday, Juiuiury :!il.
"Lombardl, Ltd., Oliver Morosco'a establishment and reveals things that
famous comedy success opens at the have not hitherto b en shown be
liiand opera house Jan. 26. hlnd the footllnhts.
Leo Carlllo, the star of "Lombardl, Crace Valentine as palsy Mahoney,
Ltd." hag added rreatly to his already i the little mannequin who haa ob
brllllant rvputatlon by hla work in tallied her knowledge of dressmaking
this I)lay. etaldiKhments In particular and era-
'Lombard!, Ltd." la distinctly un- plovers In general from the "movies"
like anything; that has come to tha has a role which is quite as new and
native stage, and haa brought to the amusing as Lombardl himself.
titage a new sot of characters char
acters that are genuinely human, tru
ly Interesting and at nil times exceed
ingly funny, while It goes behind tho
scenea of a fashionable dressmaking
CM OF WENATCKEE
REDS IS POSTPONED
Wena tehee, Wash., Jan. 2!. The
case of the nine men arres.ed and
charged with being members of the In
dustrial Workers of the World was ad
journed yesierdp.y afternoon, until
Monday morning at :3 In the super
Upon the request of the defendants.
Judge Grlmshaw yesterday afternoon
appointed three attorneys to assist
Frank Lebeck to defend the alleged
I. W. Wi
The state was rpresented by Prose
cuting Atorney W. F. Whitney and As
sistant Prosecuting Attorneys Corbln
and A. H. Easton.
Seattle SupbuiMers On
Jury Probing Graft Charge
RADICALS Dabcock, 43. wife of the caretaker on pulled and will be able to t
the ranch of J. SI. Jerry, and her 16 action thia season, he announce Z
vearold son, Vernon, were found dead ; day. t "
TAILORS MAY OlST
in their home today, both having been
San Francisco. Jan. 21. The elim
inatinn of radicalism and a policy call-
ing for no lurmer oeuuip i . . v, vj
- . I".. . .u. i.Mnn .minns now OH Victims OI a muiuci - -
Seattle Wash Jan. 2z. several m- ....... .
-..T.:.-w...?? n.tf wit- strike, were before the first annual shotgun
n esses to be called here today by a fed
Arbitration Plan For
Trade Disputes Approved
eral grand Jury which is investigating
charges of fraud in shipyards of Ore
gon. California and Washington, ac
cording to members of the United
States district attorney's office. Bert
Schlesinger. San Francisco, special as
sistant United States attorney, spent
over an hour in the Jury room yes
terday. Mr. Schlesinger haa charge of
federal investigation of shipyard ac
counts. No report on the shipyard
probe is exptcted from the Jury for
DISABLED SHIP RKPORTED O. K.
New York, Jan. 22. A wireless mes
sage received early today said that the
army transport Powhatan, disabled at
sea about 200 milfs south of Halifay,
The message said weather was mod
The messge said the weather was mod
erating. The steamship Wes'ern Com
et and the Lady Laurier were standing
by, the message said.
Washington. Jan. 22. Chilean dele,
gates to the Pan-American congress in
session here have recommended to tho
general conference the suggestion of j FIGHT OVER WELL FEARED
John Hays Hammond that machinery Wichita Fails, Tex., Jan. 21. Fears
for the permanent arbitration of Pan-!0f an armed clash were expressed here
American commercial disputes be set today when it was unofficially reported
up. The proposal involves the creation j Texas rangers -planned an attempt to
of a Pan-American high court of equal regain possession for Texas claimants
ity lo be composed of representatives of an oil well now in the hands of an
of the republics participating, to which Oklahoma receiver in the territory in-
can be referred for arbitration and fin-jyolved In the Texas-Oklahoma houn
al settlement any differences that m- dary dispute.
1st between business men of different
countries engaged in American Inter-1 HUXS RETURN FROM PRISON
national trade. I LiHe. Jan. 21. Renatriation of Ger-
- man prisoners from the Lille
A statewide- movement has been
started at Eugene to Interest the chil
dren in clubs for the raising of regis
tered livestock. Money will be ad
vanced at a low interest to be repaid
when the stock is Bold,
has begun. Three thousand of these
prisoners left for Germany yesterday.
They appeared to be in excellent health
and were wearing new clothing. They
took with them large quantities of
CROWING DEAF WITH
Two Persons Bruised And
Autos Damaged In Accident
If you are growing hard of hear
ing and teat catarrhal donfness or It
you have roaring, rumbling, hissing
noises in your ears go to your drug
gist and get 1 ounce of Parmlnt
(double strength), and add to it 54
pine of hot water and a little granu
lated migar. Take 1 tublcspoonful four
times a day.
This will often bring quick rMat
from the dlstrensliig head noises. Clog
ged nostrils should open, breathing
become easy und the mucus stop drop
ping Into the throat. It la easy to pre
pare, posts llttlj and la pleasant to
take. Anyone who Is threatened with
catarrhal deafness or who has head
noises should give this prescript ion a
trial, . (Adv)
Severe bruises on his right shoulder
was sustained by J. J. McDonald, 2609
Fairgrounds road; Mrs. McDonald was
bruised, and two children riding In Mc.
Donald's auto narrowly escaped prob-
nlrte death when the machine, at 10
o clock tills morning, collded with a
delivery auto of the Peoples Cash
.Store, at the corner of Chemeketa and
Church streets. The delivery enr was
oauiy uamuBeo., ooin rear wneeis Being
Police, who Investigated, reported
that .Mr. McDonald was driving south
on Church street, and George Allen,
driving the delivery truck, was bound
east on Chemeketa street. Mr. Allen
had the right of way. Mr. McDonald,
looking the opposite direction, drove
h's machine Into the rear of the deliv
ery car, completely overturning Mc
GRAND 85ES M0N., JAN. 26
OLIVER MCROSCO PRESENTS''
LEO CARRILLO Grace Valentine
EXCELLENT SUPPORTING CAST RETURN ENGAGEMENT
Seat Sale Saturday A. M. Opera House Pharmacy
TRICES 60o to $2.00 RESERVE EARLY
Frank Howard of Newberg, who
has been visiting his brother II. C.
Howard, of 1309 Waller 'street, re
turned to his home Wednesday.
For Our Avertisement
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in blowing off their heads.
conference OI me raciuc : uic uuou."u ' ;
chant Tailors association here today
following the adoption of resolutions ITALIAN RAILWAY STRIKE FAILS
touching on these points. ;
I Home, Jan. 22. Energetic steps by
CHICAGO TEACHERS SliUHJS ; the Italian government anu me uuvcibo
attitude of the pudiic seemea to nave
brought about a failure of the railway
strike. The national congress of em
ployes in the postal, telephone and tele,
graph sen-ices has voted to resume
Chicago, Jan. 22 The board of edu
cation, it was announced, will meet
with representatives of teachers' or
ganizations this week to discuss rais
ing of salaries. More than 14,000 pu
pils were in consolidated classes today
as a result of 33 teachers falling to
AND SOX SLAIN
Jan. 22. Mrs. Orrine
TYLER REMOVES TEETH
Chicago, Jan. 22. George Tyler,
southpaw pitcher for the Chicago
Nationals, has had his "sick teeth"
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