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DAILY EAST ORSQOftlAS, PEKDtETOS, OREOON, TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 23, 1020.
jv. hieh attache to her father's name.
iNow, ,n,.,i t,y detective, and nur
'"d to a young man r wealth, the
iteachis a stirring climax in which
her tut 1 1 if Ntumlntj Is dvtermined in
(Ilil.K XAMK 1'IW-H
iiv i .tiii;i s matmn
one exciting night.
OITIHiOUS .IKI." IX
In "Mary Kenan," which will he
seen i,t the Arcade today Anita Siew
nrt hait the appealing role of a Kill try
ti g to prove that her fathers strain of
criminality Ik not In her own blood,
ri.d "till remain strung enmiih to re.
lot the temptations and threat .f '
i icver band of polite robbers who in- !
hnblt New York B uper utratnm. i
Although given a splendid edura-i
lion and surrounded ! luxury, Mnrv I
has been unable to enpe the odium
.Mi'icl J'llicnnc Scott, the pretty
lieroitie of "ItrhoM My Wife!" show
ing at the Alia Theatre, today, u tnux
s.Mnmg a name for herself among
I hotnpluy patrons ns "the outdoor
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Von in her lii-st throe pictures was
VMt" outside the studio. There wax
"The Sea Wolf," filmed against a back
ground of storm;, seas and a barren is
land and "The Konnd-l'p,' -with ita
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' NEW YORK The next trip aorth of tka TJnlted Frtjlt Com
pany steamer Pastores. Captain Oleen will steam from Chrystobal,
Canal on. for the Statu with Presldent-clact Warren G. Harding,
MrS. Hard.ng acd the president-elect's party. The presidential suite
la be of re-dacoi'ated. Above is hown the loongiac room of the
sulle and Captaia Olctm at hi pitee on the bridge.
tcenes laid in the Arizona desert and" a
border town on its rim.
Xow ctmes ''Behold My Wife!,"
adapted from Sir ' Gilbert Parker's
popular novel of the Canadian North-!
vest, "The Translation of a Savage."
To secure the proper atmosphere for
this virile tale, Director George Mel
ford transported his company to the
Sierra Mountains, in northern Califor
nia. Miss Scott has the role of an In
nocent Indian maiden.
part she had to walk miles on snowj,n lrllsl nas gameu uen moncn
shoes, lug hugs packs -of furs., and u'm in tne lliSt fcw wcek tnt ',v
othermise riisnnrt v,erseif i (ho mi ml. Kar has been heard from coast Vj
daughter of a redskin chief who has ! coaJt"
NEW YORK. Nov. 23. (A, P,
I Starting with a slight rumble in mi:),
To play the '"vesllgation of New York's "Utiild-
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bottle. Yo'.' must say "California."
Tluit Mary i'.egan is one of the most popular heroines of modern fic
tion is proved liy tin- sim-ih of the story whi h ha been I'ubllshed In
itook Korm, iimoplitn Manazine and hundreds of Newspapers.
ImiIk li. Jiajw, I'rewnts
in Imt M-ry hit--l nrilntliti
, "MARY REGAN" 4
twy tMil' woaiH.ii.ti noH t Hits lltlr in X-w York
IMitlX ii:it ItV MMs Mt:itfIC
I'iol National Alliailloii
omiitv iii s .Miirr.Mi:i:
A SHOT GUN -WEDDING
i STERLING ?
nere are a few of the results to
1. The City of New Ywrk already
has reclnded several tracts for public
work reaching Into the millions and
r.yw has considered the advisability of
cancelling all contracts for public!
buildings, lest the 'trust" had a hand
in the bidding.
! 2. One indictment charging per
jury has been returned b,f the grand
(Jury and threats of more criminal pro
secutions are In the air.
3. Testimony already entered in the
iecord of the Joint combinations in
ttstraint ot trade, charged by com
mittee counsel, may be natlon-wid'
4. Sensational disclosures have at
tracted the attenelon of the Depart
li-cnt of Justice, which assigned a spe
cial official to watch developemnts,
and the Senate Committee on Produc
tion and Reconstruction, whirh, with
iibpoena porer, has itself studied the
oustnsr situation throughout the
I'rohc Muttt be Widened
Samuel L'ntermyer, who Is conduc
I ting the investigation for the Joint
I Legislative Committe aftty claiming
a year ago that he had "established
a clear case of criminal conspiracy'
in the building trades, Is confident
that the inquiry soon will assume wid
er scope. He has openly charged that
"the most important of these criminal
combinations and secret agreement in
the building trades arc nation-wide in
their scope and connot effectively be
reached by local prosecutions.
Mr. Untermyer first started out on
the trail of the "building trust"
1019 after he had grilled witnesses
who appeared at that time before the
.Vayor's Committee on Profiteering.
One, a brick dealer, had testified thai
a "remarkably uniform" price for
brick and cement prevailed in New
York and that dealers who cut prices
had been rpiickly put out of business.
Ololaclcs Movk Path
No legal action was taken at this
time, hut when the housing situation
; in New York and other cities of the
'state became more discomforting, thf
legislature took notice of charges that
a Combination in the building trades
iwas holding the construction situation
in a vise-like grip, and ordered
I sweeping Inquiry.
I Several times during the investiga-
ton, Mr. Untermyer has complained
, of "obstacles" placer! in the path of
the Investigation and asserted that
! Important witness could not he found
by sitbpcona servers. "Although it
is not summer," he said, "summer re
; sorts outside the state stem to be
, TRADE, GOSSIPS TELL
CINCINNATI'!, Nov. 2. Although
ifflclals of the Cincinnati baseball
club suy there is "nothing definite,"
rumors persist of a big trade between
the local club ami the Chicago Nation
als. It I that Groh. Neale. Kopf nnd
Uuether will go to Chicago In ex
change for Alexander, Hollorher and
other Cubs not yet mentioned.
"There is no deal on with the Chl
ago Cubs n't the present time." said
President Herrmann of the Olncinimtl
club last night. "Wo have several
moves tinder consideration, but they
are with other chilis.'' Nothing will be
done in the way of trades until I see
Manrctxr Moran at the league meeting
n New York next month."
Would Xot Trade Statu.
CHICAGO', Nov. 23. Trades de
signed to strengthen the Chlcugo Na
tional League team are being arrang
ed but under no circumstances will
(rover Cleveland Alexander, pitcher.
or Charles Hollorher, shortstop, he
sent to another team, John Soys, sec
retary of the club, said last night.
"Reports that we are trying to trade
Alexander and Hollocher to Cincin
nati are foolish." he said.
lleds Tnkc Hitter .leoh.
CIINCINNATI, No A 23. The Cln-
clnmitl National League eluh today
secured Pitcher Klmer Jacobs from
St. Louis by the waiver route.
Kill Tha t ' Co Id With
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FOR ' AND
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Neglected Coldsi arc Duncerous ,
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Quinine In this form does not affect tho head Cascara is bost TonV
Laxative No Opiate in Hill's. . '.
ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT
KAN FRANCISCO. Nov. i.-(A. P.)
Heavy winds which buffeted the
wrecked steamer Joan of Arc Sunday
night, have caused the abandonment
of that vessel ufter salvage was found
n:i;.M i.K is oitikhntko
PIIIl.MiKI.r'H.', ff"v. y. (A. P.)
Joe I'liiinan. -Chicago decisively
oiu noiiite I furl Vrch initio. Cleveland,
Wo cure for It, but welcome
relief ia often brought by
v Vapo Rub'
0r 17 Mt:hJm VuJ Yttrlf '
UOKS Mll.K IX SKCOXOS
LOS ANGKLBS, Nov. 23. (A. P.)
Kddio o Donnefl, in practice Monday
for tho j;rt)-mlle championship auto
mobile race In the Is Angeles eed
way, Thanksgiving Pay, broke the rec
ord for 183-liwh cars on that trnelt
when he went around the mile" and a
HUirler oval in 43.02 seconds, or at the
rate of 106. IS miles art hour.
- PORTLAND, .Nov. 23. (A. P.)
Hurglars Sunday night forced open the
safe of the First Church of Christ So
ciety anil stole $100. They attempted
to break into the First Presbyterian
ST. IjOI'IS. Mo., Nov. 23. (A. T.)
Kddio Shatiiion of Portland, or., wa
given the newspaper decision over
Hilly 'i(e of ft; fyltifC in an D-round
bout hejrv hut Bliilit. , They are Ilghl-
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THE ST. NICHOLS HOTEL AT ATHENA
WILL SERVE A FINE '
12 to 3 P.M.
THURSDAY, NOV. 25.
' Easily a 50s Picture
We Guarantee It
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BEHOLD MY WIFE!
! with I
Was this the "untamed Indian squaw"
he had married in scorn and sent home
from the wilds to disgrace his family?
This lovely, sweet-faced mother of his
Suddenly swept by the truth: what
she had made of -so little what he
had done with so much, he fell on his
knees and begged her to forgive. ,
' A story that binds the great Northwest
with the drawing rooms of London.
Milton Sills, Elliott Dexter
Mabel Julienne Scott
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