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VOCXO HVSBAX1 CAUSES
TISOIB1.K BY TOO MVCn
TRVST IX PRETTY WIFE
Supreme trust l regarded aa being
the greatest proof of true love, but it
is apt to -cause mischief if it is per
ciited in too far. A prominent lawyer
in New York tells & story of & woman
who came to him seeking a separa
tion from her husband, to whom she
nad been wed less than a year. Know
ing that she had almost idolized her
husband at the time of the marriage
the lawyer inquired carefully into the
I love him more than ever." said
the young wife, sobbing, ""but he cares
lOihing for me. He is interested lin
nothing I do. Last night I stayed
over at a friend's house until nearly
midnight. Just to see if he didn't care
a little bit, and when I came In he
never even arked me where I had
been. ! ' 4
The lawyer was also personally ac
quainted with the husband, and de
cided to risk a snub by asking him the
"I have been worried about her."
admitted the husband. "She has been
way o much, but tt I asked her
where she had been H might make her
think I did not ab-soluutely trust her."
The lawyer re-united a loving couple
by advising the Lusband to go home
and give his wife a scolding for her
unexplained absences. Bob Milton, a
young artist,. loved lnga tondersor. a
model, so much that he does not oe-
Meve he Is worthy of her. But his
' trust was not sufficient to encompass
the fact that he saw her entering a
man's apartment, with her arm
around the man himself, in the early
hours of a -morning.
The reason for this situation, with
the events leading op to it and how
lnpa nd Bob both found happiness
if the story told by Norma Talmadge
ciook who attempts to swindle the In
I habitants of a small town by promot
it:g an oil boom and disposing of a
large amount of worthless stock. How
ever, the well comes In, his efforts at
crookedness are foiled, and he finds
himself the town's wealthiest and most
respected citixen. To make the story
cnmpletej through his love for the
prettiest girl In the village, he Is re
fcrmed In a novel manner.
The picture was directed by Lloyd
lntraham from a story by Julien Jos
ephson. Ioris May heads a capable
supporting cast which includes such
players as Lew Morrison, 1111am
CouTtrlght, Wilbur Hlgby, Otto Hoff
man, Monty Collins and Bert Woodruff.
A roaring Comedy Drama with Madge Ken
nedy at her best.
CAUGHT IN THE END
"The Wnmnrt Olves." Which W
b the attraction at the rcade Thea
le, beginnUig today.
ALT A SVXOAY AXD MONDAY
vrro r.i.is ovrn attr
TO TI1E BEACU BKLOW
Roral Renshaw, In an effort to
save his drug-crazed wife from hurling
herself from their speeding car, which
waa running along the edge of a pre
cipice, lost control of his machine. In
the twinkling of an eye the car left the
road and plunged over the cliff to the
bea;h below. The car was smashed
irto splinters, but Royal Renshaw, al
most by a miracle, suffered no serious
injury, except for many body bruises.
This climax is one of the many un
usual situations in the Realjrt photo
diama starrin? Mary Miles Mlnter,
"Jenny Be Good," which will be the
principal attraction at the Alta Thea,
tre Sunday on the bill which Includes
two acts of vaudeville.
"Jenny Be Good" is the screen ver
sion of the book by the same name
written by Wilbur finley Fauley and
directed by William Desmond Taylor.
government's case against 123 coall
miners and operators, charged with
conspiracy to violate the Lever law, to
come to Washington immediately for
a conference with him. Palmer's ac
tion followed that of Federal Judge
Anderson yesterday, who announced
he would investigate the attorney gen
erals connection with the coal case
when tt comes up for trial for Monday.
Foley's Honey and Tar
TatvNw Smbititatw far Fohy't Nomt Tar
ii Children 10c
OVER $100 IS ACCRUED.
ARCADE BITS DAY AXD MOXDAY
on XveijL crsHHs to
. KXItlCIl CROOK IX
Vftnrtv arenes of enormous oi
veils, gushing -iiundreds of feet into
the air. are features or j ne jau
bird," the latest Thomas H. Ince pro
duction for Paramount, starring TJoug
1m MacLean which cornea to the Ar
The gusher scenes were taken in the
ftakersfield district of California
mhrm neninl nermission to nhotO'
graph one of the largest wells was
secured by Mr. Ince from a large
petroleum producing company.
"The Jailbird" is the story of
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the pert cct.
' sppearance of her com.
and temporary skin
troubles are effectively
"concealed. Reduces un
nstural color and corrects
fgreasy skins. Highly antiseptic,
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COMPOUND COPAIBA and CUBEE6
AT YOUR DPUCCIST
QIHCHESTER S PIL15
(East Oresonian Special.):
ECHO, Nov. 6. The dinner and
-tinner elven bv the Ladies Aid, Tues
day, in the church basement Was a
rreat success. The dinner was pro
nounced splendid by those who par
colt of it. The receipts of the day
ere over ilOO.
Miss Georgia Perry of Lone Rock Is
visiting at the home of Mrs. u. t.
A larger crowd than usual attend
ed the picture show and dance, Tues
iv ovnin- one of the main tttrac-
. v.no win., the election returns which
re wired tv) the city hall from the
At the city election; Frank Spike
r.is elected mayor, and lorn Lewees
?Vntt Irvine, Joe Clinha, jr., l. ai
Johnson and Elmer Spike were elect
Donald J. Madison wag a business
r:sitor at the county seat, the first
f the week.
Mm Jt. a. Bilodeau and small son
rfumnl to Portland. Tuesday, after
viB.ttf.0- tnr several days with ' Mrs.
nnr.eati' mother. Mrs. M. Miller.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. . Wattenbureer
re here from Butter Creek, Inurs-
Mr Hawlpv l?ean returned hom
'mm Portland the first of the week
ifi.r ottoniUne the funeral of" her
Mrs. Waugh of McMlnnvlHe Oregon
' visiting at the home or ner aaugn
fr Harrv Teel.
Rev. Armfield from the Deaconess
snr.iti nf Rnokane. lectured ana
howed steropticon views in Denan oi
h;Idrcn with crippled or aeiormen
ret at the Methodist church weanes
Mrs. H. McCormlck ten weanes
v rven and children were In
cvhn T,,..rfv from Butter Creek.
ronninarer has " returned
from Seattle, where he had been visit
i. tnr . iima with his family.
Elmer Gamble, of Butter Creek was
Coming as a surprise to their Echo
frlonn. wa. the announcement ot tne
marriage of Miss Gladys Wells and
, Jenkins this week In Baker city.
"HALF AN HOUR"
Joe and Pearl Mattus
That Wee Couple; Songs and Dances
De Nyle Don and Everett
Comedy Canine Oddity.
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"JENNY BE GOOD"
Directed by Willia M Desmond Taylor
PARAMOUNT MAGAZINE INTERNATIONAL NEWS
ETHELYN, MAY & LAVERNE
A Surprise A Trio of Talent
ALBERT & ROZELLA
European Novelty .
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"The Woman Gives"
6IE IXJLXiOWED Wit Into the Street of a Thousand Sorrows. ,
Down alleyways lighted only by the breeze-
rfcldcn Ilanies of the DcrU'a Deacon.
PaaC lloarlly barred portals and their Lynx
To undergo an experience that has fallen
to tltc lot of but few living- women.
TRULY "The Woman Gives," aa you oiiall nee.
NOItMA T.VLLVDGE AT HKK BIST
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A CbmMnatkin of Star. Story and Ilot That Will Interest Von
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WITH DO klS MAY
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wonderful. She didn't know he'd escaped from jail and had
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I Funnv as "23 1-2 Hors' Leave." Excitinc as "WVint
g let Dig ana line ana Deautuui.
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H PAJAMA MARRIAGE
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