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H.Uurd.iy, April JO, HUM
Mi, nrtd Mrn, Wm. Fay haw :
(;d Into town from Silver rMk
TANLAC SAVED HIS JOB
SAYS PORTLAND CITIZEN
!! IM-I1II II I l IIH.II tl-- I I
Fire Automobile Life
FARM & BUILDING LOANS
Inland Empire Realty Co.
Albert A. TraugottV Prop.
Burns, Oregon. Phone 30W
stau n.i.n.s cimokijnh
MiirInn Duvtue a limn (Jlil.ln I'lo
jiiiv "Adam and Hvo."
llelu commissioned to take wru
tit K Iluck of duekt Ami chfcktna I
w now thing for a motion picture com
party. bui tula la what linnpattetl to
Marlon Davits iiud the rent or 111
"Gujmtopolluu. coinimuy which went
-to Merryhrooko Farm, near Stamford
m;b.. to miik actutii ror .Miss Du
-vliurf njcuiro, "Adorn and Kvo,".
whlr-Ji will ho shown at tho Liberty
"Thotr tonight. It was tho
' flrvt time tho farm wnH iihciI for
'motion plot urn piirpoactt. Dr. Morris
'tht owner, was much iulorustPd in
th iirocotMlinitH an dcommlcodouud
-lui company to look after hi duck
-"anO uhlckCTMt. Miss Duvlus choorful
ly nptad the tusk us Iior own" pur
; somil rvfliiouBlblllt.
I tho story f "Adam and ISvo,"
-vbliJj wu. adapted to taw screen
(rota tT. play of thr Mine itumr. '
M1m Iterle pU f b purl f n weal- ,
hj xoelely girl. who. wha liar !
fili-r iftta Mm roKanc, imiU her '
JlUJlJ.I r tr ilu? V.hn-' I'.'iil li"lf out i
by o!ii oi;o a farm nnd rnUInc
tniitf prolin. Vlrh jibe elle. T. i
Hoy Durne pleys t lending part i
"f Adam. Tom J,owls luu tbo part '
tit n wonltby puront who later bo-
cointw theliinocoiit caiiHo of hlx fam
"tly rui;iioratloii. Tlmre U coiiHld
Xi:V TAIIAlKJi: I'hAV VAHT
i IX DJtA.MA AND HKTTINUK
Tho extraordinary amount of
fc-ork and planning required beforo
Iho.'actual "ahootliiK" of a motion
r picture U oxompllfied by rionua
''TulmadBe'u lateat production, "Tho
Vo)c From .'tie Mlnarot," adapted
I from ibeWnmoua novel by Robert
JIiehouri. Thli. .attraction will bo
i-.ccn at "the LIhorty Thoatro, next
Thuraday and Friday, April 24-25.
TJUie Voice From tho Mlnarot" is
' one of the moat luvlah nnd proton
'toaa.productlona (hat has over come
o the Hereon duo to tho movluR of
fburactorntroin ono uoctlon of tho
' rUAjo to anothor, and calling for
a viut variety of KoltliiKH. Ixindou,
Iloifibay. DamuRCUH, tho deaert-thcao
vromprlHO but u fw of tho locales of
' The fllmluK of u Htory laid In
'America, no- mattor how massive Its
"effect iimy bo, Is a aimplo matter
mnpnro(l to tho taak that con
'frontcd Director Frank Lloyd when
"'fee "wa )?lvon tho script of "Tho
"Voice From tho Mlnarot.' It was 1
not poHiiJblo to tako It in tho aotual
conea, bec.auo that would Iiiiyo
rttalled too much oxpeneo and tlmo ,
a your probably would huvo. boon ,
flroqulred to complbto tho production. '
'T.loyd. Uieroforo, had to roproduco
TjRrta of EnRlnnd, India and Palos-
nino on tho studio lot In Los AiikoIoh.
'It whh not dimply a matter of ob-'
"talnlnK plcturos for tho purpoao of
-opying thoro woro myriads' of pmnll '
:dnta11n Hint had lb ho dif? out by
.Toaoarch-ull for tho purpose of j
On of tho largost Rottlnga to bo
waoii lu this new photoplay is rq-,
mSm 1 1 T m nm Mr " 1 1
production of a manHlvu baronial una
tlu In HuRlnnd.
Tho Hoinbay Bttlui;ii Itioludud a
repllon of tho Kovoruor'H mnualou
there, with Its atutxly drawing and
illniHb' roonii, boudoir and Ktii'dun;
the lioino of an arlntocrat, and tho
main miIoii of thu (Jlub of tho Huvou
KIwrh. Tho' Ittttor probably In tho
nioit InturoetliiK of thu soon on iiliowii
In tho plcturo, for It rcHombloH-'la
ovory dotnll tho Interior of an Orien
tal hnrom. It lu tho lnHl'"word In
Auothor HCMim called for a polo
Kround. AlthoiiKh thU jjaino U
played lit Amorlcn, it U not iih pop
ular uh whoro ICiiRlliiliiiion coiif;ru
j;n(H. for It Ih a rhiiio for bluo bloodM, i
and practically only "hlj:h society"
attends. Thoy aro colorful ovonln. !
'fiagimn Retiris Lincoln's Poem
John Kills, J'.tiIaiid'a hangman, (
ivtirea from bualnwi, t;ivinir no
rtmaou. He handed Ho;er Case
ment and ICdlth Tliompaon, the lnkt
woman hanj;cd in (hent Jlrltalu.
Ellis wub paid fifty rlilllin--,
about $12.60, each time he haoyctl
a human bclnt;. That was for the
hanirliiir. They paid him fifty
vhilimt;a more "(or ko1 conduct."
"Ciood conduct" meant that ho
imiftt slay out of drinking aaloona
at tho place of oxccutlou before
and after tho hanging, Thla made
him lose money; in the old days
public houses would pay the hang
man to stand at their lar.
The more he drank the more the
hangman talked, the more he
. talked, the more terrible became
his stories of the groaning, beg
KUiff. pledlng or 'gane Indiffer
ence" of the men around whose
necks he fastened the rope.
If you think hanging or other
capital punlahment necessary "to
frighten criminals," devote a mo
mcnt'ii thought to Ellis, the Dritlsh
T, . a.ir.l t.itttlwt.4 f. uau thl...
buy him free drinks, and listened
to his talon of horror, do you think
hunting rtally prevents crime?
It doca not, on the contrary, It
et'mulatea criino, by atlmuluting
admiration for the criminal.
The J. I'iuroont Morean collcc-l
tlon of vuiuublu mss, exhibited to'
tho public include u poem, "Tho
Dear Hunt," by Abraham Lincoln,
im.l tlilf la how it begin;
A Mjld bear cliauo dldrjt never nee?
Then liuHt thou lived In vain
Thy ra-hcHl bump of i-lorlotiu u'ce,
I,lci dc3ci't in thy brain,
I (oro you leiirn that it la posniblo
to bo a jrreot man and a very bad
Thin la a prosperous country,
worth dofeuding, Lnst week 1.D00,
000 stockholders received littlo
lovclopea containing dividends,
amounting to moro than $2130,000,
OOo. If you didn't got any of tho
dividond envelopes don't watUo
time ouvylnir or hating thoao that
Ct them. Suvo your money, in
. -it l, and you can got dividends
alo. Iflxcept for tho very nnfor-tMii-
-0 thero is no need to stay
.".-.iy poor in thia country.
Another nut that canned no llttU
troublo wan tliut of an alley lu Da
tuancuti, known an "Thu Htrcot Call
od HtralKhl." It coutnlued thirty
two MtruaturuA- domoii, mluarotN,
oltndoln and low, flnt-toppud houaeit
And, IriNt but not leant, the teohiil
oal italT whu called upon to build a
church, patturuod after a fainoim
hoiuo or worship In KuKlnud.
Tho Htory In lu kedpliu; with tho
background it linn been Riven, for It
It without a doubt tho ntroncent and
moat powerful vehicle that Mlua Tal
madne hm over nppoarcd in. Hu
i;onu OTJrlou U her loudlui; man In
"The Voice 'From thi Mlnarot."
I.OIS WII.KO.VH f'UNUil
i.iki: i)i:.Mi'Hi:vi savh
Leading Woman lit ".Ml-?. I.tilit licit"
l Qullo Adupt iih WrtTkrr
Not to bo outdone by Ills brother, i
Slrong Women Nalurss Wondur
tho world. Sho can utnlii the
v.'uii'hl of a two-ton oiunluiiit. ami
allow men on horsubuck to mia
ovor a bridge of which tho weight
rests iipgu her.
In old daya, audi a lady would
Imvo been courted by many.
Shu mli;lit huvo been that Ama
zon queen, who told Alexander tho
Great that alio would llku to bo
tho mother of bin children, a mes
sage followed by an Intervating
meeting, Alexander having sent
the only reply that a pulltu man
could send being a bachelor ut
What became of the result of
that meeting 7 Who knowj but that
thU powerful Italian woman may
be the descendant of Alexander the
Now, however, h child moving
hn electric switch could raUe a
thousand times the weight of that
two-ton elephant. Mere muscle
doesn't count any more, Dut strong
women, not able to lift elephants,
but with good strong bodies free
from nicotine, alcohol, late hours
and general foolishness, are us im
portant as ever they wore.
Upon them denenda the brain of
tho next generation and future civ
ilization. Nature Is "wonderful." Tliero
are birds like animals, uuimals llku
birds. Tho stramrenesa of creation
Ih inexhaustible. The University of
Pennsylvania sondu an expedition
l r i.n...li .. linn .1.. l.l.l ilinft l.wii.ilu
atones witli ita beak, swims like
a duck, flies like a bat. Tho same
expedition will look also for a
"llcllbinl." Instead of singing it
tinkles llku a bell.
Thoro oro simkos Hint a wallow
their young to protect thorn, then
let them out again. There is a
lady toad that lays her eggs on
tho back of her husband, who hops
around cheerfully in tho sunlight,
hatching tho loud. Nnturo really
What wo actually SEE wo FEEL.
Ono Stnto in March -reports 124
killed by automobllea, Everybody
says "That Is TERRIBLE, wo must
do something about It."
In u year 200,000 mothers dlo in
childbirth, hocauso thoy aro neg
lected. Nobody guts much oxcited
C-Mipor nnd tn'icv-Ioals kill their
Was So Run Down Feared
He Would Have To Stop
Work, But Tanlac Re
stored His Strength And
Toned Him Up.
In tin' oprltiullmu nil mankind In '
In iiopiI of an uphulldliiK tonic and, (
l.tU'curdlnc to tho tuatlmmiy of niul-,
tlpllod thousnuda, nothing In bo In
vigorating to it run-down uyiitoin nx
Tan Inc. Further Btrlklng ovlduncu
In thin connection In glvuu by liar
old WUllum Holland, 102 McMillan
St., Portland, Oro., woll-knowu om
ployu of tho Oregon Washington
Railroad &. Navigation Co, I
Cecil II. Do Mlllo, who arranged a
remarkable 'furniture donlroylujr
Hceuo lu "Tho AfTnlrH of Anatol"
with Wallace Held iih tho destroyer,
William do Mlllo provided 11 nlmllur
ctunt In hid new Paramount produc
tion "MIhh Lulu Dott" wherein LoU
Wllnou, ait thu Ioiik HUfferliiK Lulu,
finally luniH upon tho Deacon Iiouho
hold, wreekH tho ltltchon and nrlues
AmoiiK other tlilnua, alio dealt
Theoddrti ItohertH, who pluyu IjwIkIiI
Iioaoou, u mHouudliiK whack on tho
Jaw wltli her flat. "Uy Jovo," obsorv
ntl llm vetoran actor. "nh rnrrle a
wkIIop like Dotnpioy."
"It w lote of fun." artld Ml-a Wll
on, whu Im proverbially mild loin
pured . "I put myaulf lu the place of
thu ulrl, Lulu, and thought of my
lorn; pent -tip Hiilfplty. Thou I wont
to lu I smimhod dlihea and bultored
up that old kltchnn till It looked llku
It luld beau hit by a oyclouu. It wan
funny -but I tU tiultu n thrill out
of It all."
"MIm Lulu Hell" Ih tho prize play
by I'.oim' (lulo from her own novel
nnd 'wai ndnptud by Olnra HtraiiKtr.
II will b preneutod at tho Liberty
Thtwtro -tomorrow nlijliL Milton
Sllln Iiiih I ho Icadlruj mnn'a role.
Camphor Is Big Surprise
Kvorybody la surprlitcd at the
quick rfNultH from Hlmple camphor,
wltchhnz)l, hydraatJa. etc, aa mixed
in Lavoptlk cyo wnah. Ouo amall
bottlu help any cane weak. Htrnlne'd
or ooro eye. Aluminum oyc cup
free. Heed Hroa., DniKRlata.
I could WiuiijjIo with polite a.
boodle, or bovzo, or other h'zli
liirhts that abound in "thu
news." I could land on tho sur
tax with fervid abuse, but my
buzz-wuon Btopa when I run
out of juicol
I could spend half my time
on our furrln affairs, if I
thought my opinions would get
unywhorea, 'I could settle
World-peace with no effort at
all, but I'm too dent busy a-.'
hlttln' the ball!
I reckon I'm needed to help
'em discuss the evils that makes
ray environment wuss, and, I
like to debate, as I've previously
said but dang it, I've got to
have butter an' bnsadl
And 801 net tight in a flir-
gerutive uenie, and pursue my
activities Inside the fence. . . .
And, whllo there are uchumes
that I'd like to defeat, there's
nothln' beats comfort, with '
plenty to eatl
THKRE'; N0THIN6 ETS
COrORT WITH aBNT
A CBTTIM' hen mw
Be A. LOAFER - GUT
she aetc rk'Sui.t-;
ImmtmKkWi i ai sen . is .gey: asmu
"I Imvo used Tnnlae off and on !
lur two youra," rocuntly tiuld Mr,
Holland, "mid It nuvor fiilln to tono
mo up and lhuko mo fuol rlitlit,
"My firm experience with Tanlac
was two yours ago wlion my uppotlto
was no fnr gone I Just didn't caro
whothr I uto or not mid I was ho
woel: nnd run-down 1 thought suro
I would Imvo to kIvo up my Job.
"Tunluo built up my nppclllo and
gave mo t;oh now utrougth and on
orgy Hint work roinan onay, I tflvo
Tanlac all tho credit for my good
Taulno l for mile by all Kood
druKRliftu. Accotil no substltuto.
Over 40 Million bottles sold.
Taku Taiilnc VcBOtablo I'llls.
W. H. Twlat la a chlrdprator lu
Honnir HprliiKs, Mo.
Thursday and Friday
M i I
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Burns Hardware Company
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YES? Then come the
questions what colors
or shades? -which will
shall I select?
Solve these questions by
consulting a Fullcrdcaler.
He is supplied with the
color cards and charts you
need to make a satisfactory
selecdon of paints.
And, perchance, he larks
a ccitain one, he can petit
it within 24 hours f.01.
the nenrhy Fuller Who!
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C. II. .Voeghtly
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