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Effective scenes of mormoiw oil
welln, rushing hundred of fret Im i
the air, sre fcs lures of "The Jail-
bird," the Idlest Thomas H. lnce pro-j
ductlon for Paramount, starring Hour-j
las MacLesn which comes to the Ar-ru,l-
n The rusher scenes were laken In the
fiakwsfleld district of Cal'foml.i,
Vlier special permission to photo-'
graph one of the largest wells was
secured by Mr. Inee from a large
petroleum produrinr company.
The januira'' is the story of a
cook mho atterrpts to swindle the In
habitant of a email town by promot
er an oil boom and disposing of a
lurre nnioimt of worthless stock. How
ever, the well comes In, his efforts st
rookcdness are foiled, and ho finds
himself the town's wealthiest and most
respected citlien. To make the story
complete, through h.s love lor the
prettiest tirl In the villnpe, he is re
ft rmed In a novel manner.
The picture was directed by Lloyd
Inrraham from a story by Jullen Jos-
ephson. Doris May heads a capable
supporting cast which Includes such
players as Lew Morrison, William
Courtrlaht, Vllhur Higtiy, otto Hoff
man, Monty Collins anvl Bert Wood
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P.oj.-J Renshaw, in an . effort to
stve his drug-erased wife from hurling
herself from their speeding car, which
was running along the edse of a pre
cipice, lost control of his machine. In
ths t inkling of an eye the car left the
road and plunged over the cliff to the
beach below. . The car waa smashed
Into splinters, but Royal .Renshaw. al
most by a miracle, suffejd no serious
Injury, except for many body brulws.
Thai climax la one of the many un
usual ait uationa In the ReaUrt photo
frtmi starring- Mary Miles illnter.
"Jenny Be Good." which will be the
principal attraction at the Alta Thea
tre Sunday on the hill "a-hlcb. includes
two acta of vaudeville.
"Jenny Be Good" la the screen ver
sion" of the book hy the same name
written by Wilbur finley Fauley and
f . a ""li'sm Pesmond Tavlor.
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Uh camera artist, who wont to
AT&erlra In search of beauty,
prs.'ses yio American girl's
rhythmic movements, her pcls
and her taeiinei ior draa. He
thinks Mrs. Angler B. Duke
(left) of New .York and Miss
Mllllcent M. Rogers (right) of
New York are the two most
beautiful women Ut America,
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Fono-win out "its long established
policy of doing everything possible to
rn'se its already high standard of
manufacture, to increase the efficien
cy of Its men, and consequently, to
build better automobiles. The Haynes
Automobile Company, Kokomo. Indi
ana, has inaugurated a unique plan
whereby the brain of every Haynes
emp'oye is working towards tlis end.
The plan is as simple as it is effec
tive. It consists of placing a suEirires-
tlon box in every department of the
Haynes factory where the employees
of that deportment can place anv sug
gestion they may have and which they
think will increase departmental effi
ciency or be of Talue from the point of
view of car betterment.
In order to stimulate Interest In this
ployee in his work, it Is causing; them
to thin, to be more conscientious,
and always to be on the watch for
ways and methods of increasing shop
efficiency , -and car betterment.
Through this system the purchaser of
Haynes car is directly benefited,
Oecause the total resirtt is a better!
plan, four cash prizes ere offered
every month by the company for the
four best suggestions turned in by em
From its very inception, the sug
gestion contest idea has been a decid
ed success. During the month of
Sertember upward of a hundred sug
festlons were turned in to the cpntest
tunimittee. Some of these suggestions
were extremely valuable and were
adopted at once by the factory. The
winning suggestion was for a more ef
fective inspection system, the second
f r a more effective way of handling
chassis assembly, the third related to
tnm shop production, and the fourth
concerned car refinement.
"We are more 'than delighted with
our suggestion contest idea," declared
Mr. Alton G. Seiberling, Vice Pres
ident and General Manager of the
Haynes company. "It is bringing us
r.ew and valuable ideas every day, and
those ideas are being put into opera
tion wherever it is practicable to do
ro. But more than that, our plan Is
arntjs?ne the interest of every em-
NEW TORK. Nov. S (A. P.lilir.
men of the army and navy including j Monday.
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' ATHENA, Nov. 8. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Downing and daughters, Hel
en and Myrtle were Pendleton visitors
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kibhev and
children left Monday for Reed and
Hawlcy mountain where thev will
j make their home on the farm which
Mr. Kibbcy recently purchased.
Mr. and Mrs. Hump Booher were In
the city from their home near Weston
many who won fame by their exploits
during tho war will gather here on
the night of November 11 to celebrate
the second anniversary of the signing
of the armistice. The committee In
charge has made reservations for 1.
300 diners who will be arranged ac
cording to squadrons, flying fields and
9 m Safely
We offer subject to prior t!e and change in price i
The Unsold Portion .
General Obligation 6',l Gold Notes
City of Edmonton
Province of Alberta
Dated September 1, 1920. ; Due September 1, 1922.
Price 95.04, Yield 9
Exempt from All Dominion Government Tax Prices
Subject to Increase Without Notice. ' Denomina
tion $100, $500 and $1000.
The high character of this investment Is shown by the fact that we
have sold blocks of this issue to 205 Banks, Trust Companies and
Bond Houes in Oregon, Washington and California.
tl.N'AXt lAJj STATKME.NT
dross aiaessed valuation ,
Valu municipal property (not Including public util
. 11. ,035, 376.00
Net debenture debt .'.
Revenue from public utilities (above cost of opera
Net local improvement debt (rate pavers' share). 3.046,763.00
In addition to 1x1 oe (itiicral Olil gallon Noun, these; are secured by
lonK-taw debentures totaling A." 1.420
Principal and semi-annual interest (March 1st and September
1st) payaDle in Gold Coin of the United States In New York City
and at the offices of Morris Brothers. Inc.
Legality approved y Malone. Malone & Long. Toronto,
i Tclrphune or K-Uqrapti orders at our exlense
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others units to which thy belonged.
Jintiary rank will be forgotten at
the dinner, .according to announce
ment by the committee. Generals, will
be mere pilots, exchanging stories of
war experiences with airmen who ser
ved with lower rank.
Arrangements for the. reunion are
in charge of a committee under
Laurence LaTourettc Brings, founder
and first president ot the American
Flying Club. Others members are
James B. Taylor. Jr., and Albeit G.
Read of the navy; Eddie P.ithen
backer, Elliott ' Springs, Charles J.
Diddle, Charles Hanson Towne, Harold
E. Hartney and Cole J. Younger of
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FARGO, N. D.( U. P.) Non-partisans
today refused to agree they had
lost the majority in the state legisla
ture, both sides are claiming a major
ity of one In the senate. The non-partisans
claimed a majority of two in the
The non-partisans apparently elect
ed the entire state ticket with the ex
ception of superintendent of pub
lic instruction. Governor Frazier has
a lead of 16S7 with'less than 105 small
Mrs. Lala Kirk was a Weston visitor
' Mr. and Mrs. William Harder Jr., of
Milton, were Sunday visitors at 'the
home of Mrs. Harder's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank De Freece.
Rev. B. B. Burton and daughter.
M'ss Hazel, left Tuesday evening for
Sanger, California, where they will
make their, future home.
-Miss Eloise Bergovin was a iPendlc.
ton visitor Saturday.
Mrs. Thomas Booher and baby
daughter, were visiting friends in
Will Ferguson made a business trip
to Pendleton Wednesday.
. Sim Barnes was in the city from
Sim Barnes was in the city from
At the city election Tuesday, H. A.
Barrett was elected Mayor.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Streard are the
proud parents of a son born Novem
ber 3, 1920.
Mrs. Fred Pittman was an Athena
visitor Tuesday from Weston.
Wm. Winship came up from Salem
Tuesday where he has been attending
to his recently purchased farm near
Mrs. Harvey Caton returned from
ourg -j nnrsday where she has
been visiting relatives for tht last few
The Athena pupils enjoyed a vacfc-
tlon Tuesday on account of election
ilr. and Mrs. Austin Foss of Fen-
dleton, spent Tuesday visiting friends
in tae city.
Robert Proudflt has the Samuel
Haworth residence property on A3
The High School play. "When Smith
Stepped Out," will be given In the
high school auditorium the evening of
K. M. Smith of Weston was In the
city on business Tuesday.
Mr. and Sfrs. Venerable and chil
dren left Sunday for Portland whsrs
they were called by the serious Illness
of Sir. Vencrafcle's mother. !" '
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Offer 17 Million Jan IW Yearly
CHABlEs'S- BAB RET J
rged to hold cotton and wheat
o force op the price by Charles
i. Barrett, for 14 years president
)f the Nitional Farmers' Union
hlch was In session hero. Bar
f:tt, who also Is chairman of tr.a
National Board cf Farm Organtet
'tions with a membership of one
million heads of families, viy -that
since tbe government bits
"failed to belp us. It mould let
as help ourselres," to prosperity
jJS Adults, 40c
Mary Miles Mm ter
"JENNY BE GOOD"
ETHELYN, MAY & LA VERNE
A Surprise A Trio of Talent
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