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DAILY EAST 0XEG0NIA9, PENDLETON, OREGON. 11 FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 5, 1020.
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tiu st ix pretty wife
Supreme trust is regarded as Winn
the Kreatest nroof of true love, but U
I. nt In mime mischief if It is tier-'
ulsted tn too far, A prominent lawyer
In New York tolls a story of a woman
mho came to him seeking a separa
tion from her husband, to wlwm she
I ad nrn l less than a year. Know
ing that she had al-xwt Idolized her
husband at the time of the marriage
the lawyer inquired carefully into the
"I love him more than ever," said
tha young wife, nobbing, "hut he cares
Bothlng for me. He ti Interested tin
nothing I do. Last night I stayed
over at a friend's house until nearly
midnight. Just to ee if he didn't cara
a little bit, and when I came In he
never even asked me where I had
The lawyer was also personally ac
quainted with the husband, and de
cided to risk a anub by asking him the
"I have been worried about her,"
admitted tha h unhand. "She 'has been
way ao much, but If I asked her
where he had been It misht make her
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think I did not alwoluutely trust her."
The lawyer re-united a loving couple
by advising the husband to go home
and give his wife a scolding for her
unexplained absences. Bob Milton, a
young artist, loved Inga Sondersor, a
model, so much that he does not be
lieve he is worthy of her. But his
trust was not sufficient to encompass
the fact that he saw her entering a
can's apartment, with her arms
around the man himself, in the early
hours of a morning.
The reason for this situation, with
the events leading up to it and how
Inga and Hob both found happiness,
Is the story told by Norma Talmadge
in "The Woman Gives," which will
bo the attraction at the Arcade Thea
le, beginning today.
VIRILE FILM BASED
Renunciation and the true love of
a man "who gives up the girl he loves
to save her from unhappiness, is the
motif behind the story of "U Ting
Lang," a Robertson-Cole Special fea
turing Sessue Hayakawa, which will
be shown for one day only, at the
Alta Theatre today.
In "Li Ting Lang," Mr. Hayakawa
is seen as a Chinese student in an
American university. To his college
chums he is affectionately known as
"Old Ting-a-Ling," On the night of
graduation "Old Ting-a-Ling" meets
and falls in love with Marion Hal
stead, a beautiful young American
Marion in tun falls In love with
the Celestial, who , it develops, is a
Chinese Prince. To save her from the
rtVirnw of social ostracism. "Old Ting-
n-Line" releases her from her engage
mont. Heartbroken, with his former
friends turned asrainst him Li Tin
Lane contemplates suicide. Shortly
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after he 1b found dead. The climax
comes when some time later, while in
China on her honeymoon, Marlon rec
ognizes In the leader of the Chinese
lepubllcan army "Old Ting-a-Llng."
The story of "LI Ting I,ang," adapt
ed from the Green Hook magazine
slory by Howard P. Rockey, is one of
the most dramatic in which Mr. Haya
kawa has appeared for some time'.
He la supported by an excellent cast
Coffee Futures Go Abovo
Wednesday's Low Level
NEW YORK, Nov. B. There wag
some buying attributed to Wall street
banking Interests at the opening of th
rrarket for coffee futures today and
first prices were 6 to 20 points high
er with March selling at S.Stt or 25
points above yesterday's low level. The
advance In the Rio market was large-
IW Offset hv th ilnnll... I .1 .!..,--
among whom are Doris Pawn. Marc l,ying rate, however, and as soon as
me early buying orders had been sup
plied prices turnetl easier under scat
tering liquidation with march selling
off to 8.60 or 3 points net lower.
Rallies followed on covering, although
there wma no change in the general
character of the news with March
closing at 8.67 and with the general
list showing a net advance of 2 to 12
points. December 7.97; January 8 20
March 8.67; May 8.90; July 9.30; Sepl
f'pot coffee steady; Santos 4s
Rio 7s 8 8 H.
, Adults, 20c
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Robbins, Allan Forrest, France Ray
mond and Charles E. Mason.
MAYOR FOR FIFTH TIME
NORMA TALMADGE 'THE WOMAN GIVES'
SHE FOLLOWED HIM Into the Street of a Thousand Sorrow.
Down alleyways lighted only by the breeze-ridden Flame of
the Devil'g Beacon.
Past heavily barred portals and their Lynx-eyed Custodians.
To undergo an experience' that ha fallen to the lot of but
few living women.
TRULY . . . . . "The Woman Gie3," as you shall tee.
NORMA TALMAGE AT HER BEST
OWEN JOHNSON'S GREATEST NOVEL
A Combination of Star, Stcry ar d Plot that will Interest You
BRAY PIC fOGRAPH
(East Oregonian Special.)
STAXFIELD, Nov. 5. The
election 'was held here Tuesday. Mayor
Kyle was elected to succeed himself,
this being the fifth time he has been
elected mayor. All the old council was
Mrs. Ivan Dunning was a Pendleton
visitor Sunday and Monday.
Charles Cleveland of Gresham was
the guest of his son C. EL Cleveland
and Mrs. Cleveland Sunday. ,
. Mrs. Don Pruitt entertained the
Pollyannas Wednesday afternoon at
her home on Barbara street, a pleas
ant social time was spent and delicious
refreshments were served.
The members of the high school
held a very- enjoyable hallowe'en
party frieday night in the Watts Audi
Carl Helm Is spending a few daysj
with his family here.
air. ana Mrs. c. I. BrocKman en
tertained a number of their friends at
heir home Tuesday evening, the time
was pleasantly spent In playing "five
hundred" after which most delicious
refreshments were served, those ac
cepting Mr. and Mrs. Brockman's hos
pitality were Mr. and Mrs. Rex Stan
ford, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Perrin, Mr.
and Mrs. Chester Dupuis, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Don Pruitt, Mr. and Mrs. Ray
mond Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Vic Mar
tin, Mrs. H. a. Reese, William Reese
ir.d Mr. Price. '
The Study Club met Thursday after
nogn at the home of Miss Jennie Al
''on, the literary program consisted of
i paper, "The Irish of the East,"
Corea, by Mrs. L. M. Hills and Mrs. C
A. Hazen gave an excelent paper on
'The Open Door in Asia-Commerclal-
CrvTHEIUNB CfiLVE-UT in "h Romance.
- of the Underworld. ' . "!
a drama of exceptional merit and one
ALICE HOV ELL IN "PLAYMATES"
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IH utes! And this love
m hungry runaway wife
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lived a whole life.
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H Loved! Feared! Suf
H Eered! and then
TO CURB FISH EXPORT
ST. JOHN'S X. F., Nov. 5-(A. P.)
The coloney of Newfoundland has
initiated' an atempt at government
control of the export of cured fish, the
most important industry of the Island.
Over the protest of many of the ship
ping, fish exporting and other trading
concerns, the legislature at its session
recently closed enacted several mea
sures to this effect.
The most important of these creat
ed a board which will have full juris
diction, subject only to the governor
In- council, over the exportation of
codfish. Under Its terms no one will
uepermitted to export fish without a
license and licensees must comply
with regulations to be prescribed by
the board with regard to the quality
of the fish, the time when it may be
hipped, the quantity that may be for
warded to any particular market and
the minimum price that may be charg
ed. Monthly statements will be re
luired showing the amount of each
grade of fish Jiln the hands of export
ers. , -
Other measure provided for the
Trading of fish and the Inspection of
vessels to be used for exporting the
product, most of which goes to Mcdi
terranea nand South American ports,
the sponsors of the legislation said It
wag designed to Improve the quality of
he cured fish, to ensure 1U safe trans
portation and to prevent gluts In for
eign markets with consequent price
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Cattle and Hog Markets
t Scanle are Steady.
SEATTLE, Nov. 5. Hogs. Receipts
none., steady. Prime iit.onsmt.sn;
medium to choice, 13,5014.60;
Smooth heavle 12 iff 12.5(1; rough
'heavies 10 10.50; pigs lf 12.50.
Cattle Receipts 2. , Steady. Prime, g
steer S.SO m; medium to choice 3
1 cows and heifers .507.00; medium 14 That Wee Couple; Songs and Dances
1 to choice 5.00 6,00; common to good gj
From the Famous Tlay by SIR JAME S BARRIE:
Directed by Harley Knoles. ' ' Scenario by Clara S. Beranger
Fox Sunshine Comedy "SLIPPING FEET." '
Joe and Pearl Mattus
Do Nylc Don aiut Everett
Comedy Canine Oddity.