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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OEEGON, TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 21, 1020.
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William 1 Mlllo ll.in" 1
lYk-lKlx' NliitltoM l Provide
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Mllle's production, "The Prince Xhaji,
.which will b. view ut the Alia
Theatre today, takes plow In the Ho
hematn ' ot 1,u''ll,1 rl'"u
m the 8oh "l"'"" ir ",,mvn Ulld l"
provided the n"H' realistic MrnlshliiKs
for them. Dp M"'" n""'" 1
mo of his extremely wide aripialnt
once anionic artlsls, . ' .
dipped ruthlessly tirt every stu
dio I nuld find." explained the pro
ducer, "picking tip a little water col
or here and an oil study there. 1 com
numdeored 1-imhh tea-kettle, pilfered
prize rhlnuwure, took without entn
liunritnn the valued hnnnlnifn from
walls and windows, and even shame
li'HNly entered wardrobes and remilsl
tloned comfortable, well worn coats,
caps and unioeliH,''
The result Ik that eiuli'studlo ill
"Tho Prince Chap" Ih a perfect Rem
of "artful urtlemuicwf" thntyls aimed
to 'reflect accurately the eliuiiutcr of
the person who occupies It. Thomas
.Melxliun Is the fciittircd player In thin
appealing comedy, and I,Hu ,ee.
Ki.thlyn Williams, Theodore Kosloff
and Ann KurreHt are' also In the cunt.
It l u Paramount Arlcraft release.
ES KILLED .
i: VIII I'SI AST
' JACK HOXIE
' EDDIE POLO
A BLUE RIBBON
The vengeance of a lllmloo, whoso
hrldo had been wronged, Ih realized
when he stabs to death Itoynl Illon
dln, exponent of free lowr imd niem
her of 'C'.reenwloli Village's elect
lirlnttiiiK to a thrilling climax Anllu
Stewart's Intent First Rational pic
ture, "'Harriet and the Piper," which
will he shown at the. Arcade Thea
tre, bextnnlmc. today. Miss Stew
art plays the pail of Harriet Field,
i a small town gin, wno is iieiuueu.
Into going through n free love mar
riage, with lllondln. She escapes i
, from him uftcr the ceremony, and
! the tragic end of the perfidious
! Hlondin results In real hupplnowt for
I.OMjX, Dee. 21. -(Ry Weld)
.Miller, IT. Hturf Correspondent)-
Two deaths are reported today as ru
sultlnif from the military's new policy
of umIiik Sinn Koln prisoners as hos
lugeH. The prisoners are said to huve
been shot by soldiers ncur ('ashcl.
The r.eason for the sliootlni; Is not an-
noiiiiccd. Sinn Kelneis there were
wurned that troops hereufter will car
ry prisoners with them In all move,,
menu. Aside from this there were
minor Instances of violence, but node
approuching the usual wee!:-end dis
turbances to which Ireland has be
come .accustomed In the lost months.
cost of Improvement, which each ot j ItEfKHA'ED that an' assessment dlt
such lots, parts ot Iota and (Wcels ofjtrlct Is hereby created to be known
land should pay on account ot the, as "Assessment District No. 7,3, eni
beneflts to be derived from uch lm- j bracing tho property benefited and te
provement, and, ' e assessed for the payment of such
WHKHKAS, tho council haa examln- iinproven.ents, which Assessment Dlw
ed such plans nnd specifications and i ict shall Include all-lots, part of lots,
estlmutes und found the aame aatla-land parcels of land lying and beini
lactory and the estimates therefore within the district bounded and de
to be In accordance with the probable scribed as follows, to-'ftH:
cost of such work, and j Inscription of Assessme nt DKIrlc
WIIKItEAS, the property recom- No. 73
mended by the City Burveyc to be In- Commencing atthe Southwest cor
'luded within tho boundaries of the'ner at U.t 6, Block 6, Swlulcr's Add
district benefited Is In the Judgment j to I'endlcton, thenee 250 ft. North am
of the Common Council properly to parallel with the West line of Jefferaoi
be Included within such Improvement ! Street; thence West J00 feet anc
llstrlct and no property Is excluded i parallel wllh the South line of Wash
theretrorn wfiich should properly bejington Street; thence North ISO feci
included therein, and, and parallel with the West line oi
WHEHEAH, the Improvement of the! Jefferson Street; thence East 100 feet
hereinabove described portions of said I and parallel with the North line ol
otreet. either with Gravel Jlltullthlo i Washington Street; thence North 101
Pavement, Concrete Pavement or i feet and parallel with tho West line ol
1 .lipids Arc Haldol.
DlilMN. Dec. 21. (II. l'.T Mill
tary forces today raided llie Aran Is
lands In a search for Sinn Kelner.i be
lleved to be In hiding . there. In I
series of clashes, two fugitives were
killed, three were wounded and ncvep
were captured. '''
PI. AX t'AMI'INft tiltOl ND
HELENA, Mont., Dec. 21. A. P.)
Tho Helena cmnmercial club and
the flrestry senicc ot-the state are
to unite next spring U , building a
rtarrenlto Hltullthlo Pavement on
Crushed Rock or Crushed Gravel
oundutlon, is at tills time necessary,
therefore, be It, '
RESOLVED by the Common Coun
cil of The City of Pendleton that It Is
Jefferson Street; thence. East 260 feet
and parallel with the North line ot
Washington Street; thence South 101
feet and parallel with the East line ot
Jefferson Street; thence East 100 fee.
ind parallel with the North line o
expedient to Improve and It la hereby 1 Washington Street; thence South 16t
proposed to Improve said portions ofjfer-t and parallel with the East line o
ald Jefferson and Washington Streets j Jafferson Street; thence West 100 fee
ly paving the same with either Gravel j ana parallel with tne South line o
Bltulithlc Pavement, concrete Pave-1 Washington Street; thence South 26'
ncnt or Warrcnite llitulithlo Pave-, rent nd parallel with the East line o
nent on Crushed Rock or Crushed Jefferson Street; thence West 60 fee
travel foundation uch pavement to
re constructed and the surface thereof
to be finished upon the establish 2i
trade of said street and the street to
hUve curbs and gutters and all other
u tn VITI'ILIV Kll.li;n tamping grolind at thejfummu oi an 'things in accordance with and as
I1M.V Mont Dec M (A.J I .) 1 'ia oiit, v.... isnown in ins piaus aim .ci;iintti.iwii
harles L, T-rrenee, world war vet, ment hero. The, "pase In known tj fo the improvement of wild portions
,, ,.f HininiM Mnntanu was accl-! nunureos oi B.umiira - , ot gam jerierson anu vvasiiiiib-ioii
era n of I
rpn V.. rn" . a"L" "r,r ' ' '& r month.. Ten acres of ground
whenjl" a favorite, ramping spot during the
. . . , u, at,ii und rireoiaces.
battlefield In the Argoiine exploueu : nave . . . -
i,u . huntii,. Torrencc ner- running waier,
ved with the ll!)th Field Artillery.
(;l,l SEKKI'K i:KSMI K
DILLON. Mont.. Dec. 19. (A. P.
Xaavler lieiuiis, one of the first , NOTICE
seekers 111 Montana enuea nii
to be built, according to plnns.
Oh' l'UOPOKKn STREET
lold seekers In Montana enuea nis r-,ic. t
' "' .... ...!. ..... mtwn that at a
own life here recently. ivmv.n j muh- w ..c.c.. b---..
lived In SI ana Mr D5 years and l jugular meeting of the Common Coun-
said to have made and lost a fortune di of -The City of Pendleton held at
like many miners of tne eariy umitne iouncii- i.naiiiof.il .n
Streets, prepared by F. B. Wayes, City
on the.North line of Jackson Street ti
the point of beginning.
And be It further resolved that t
copy of that resolution together with
the notice that the surveyors estl
mate of the proportion of the cost ot
said work to be charged against eacl
lot. part of lot and parcel of land li
on file in the office of the City Re
corder be published for a period o'
Surveyor, filed with the Recorder of ten days in the East Orcgonlan, whlcl
said city on the 30th day of Sept., 1920, newspaper la hereby designated by th
which said plans and specifications Common Council for the publlcatior
are hereby.. particularly referred to. thereof.
lays of the slate.
BEAD THE LIST
Of Root. Herbi. Barke and Berriea
It Telle the Story
Of the merit combined In Hooda
Sarsaparllla as a medicine for ca
tarrh, rheumatism, scrofula and
other Ills of the blood, stomach,
Vver and kidneys.
Snrnaparllla, yellow dock, stll
llngla, blue dag, gualac altera
tive", lilood-puritters and tonics.
Mandrake and dandelion. antl
olllnus and liver remedies.
Wlniergrecn and bitter orange
peel. tonics, appetlxers, digestives.
Juniper berries, uva ursl aim plp
alssena. great kidney remedies.
Oentlsn root, wild rherrv. Uim
aeh tonics. and others of value.
Eeonomv and true merit are cotf
blned in llood'i Sarsaparllla.
lirnnA on December 8th, 1920 the fol
lowing Resolution wan duly adopted,
WHUTiiSAS, the City Surveyor of
The City of l'endleton did on the 110th
day of September, 1920, under direc
U ins and by requirement of the Com
mon Council file In the office of the
Recorder of The City of Pendleton,
plans and specification for an appro-
prtoto improvement ot me iohowihis
nu, ii.i streets in said city: .
Jefferson Street from the North line
of Jackson Street to the South line oi
Washington Street, and
Washington Street from the East
line of Madison Street to the West line
,,f Main Street including the iuii inter.
section of Jefferson and Washington
Streets, together with the estimates
of tho -work to bo done and the prob
able coat thereof with a statement of
the lots, parts of lots and parcels of
land to be benefited by such Improve
m-nt and the percentage of the total
ana oe u luriner.
RESOLVED that the Engineer's es
timates of the probable total coat of
such Improvement, which said City
Engineer's estimates were made and
prepared by F. B. Hayes, City Survey
or of said city, in the sum of $8653.40
and were filed with th Recorder of
said city on the 30th da ot Sept.,
1920, is hereby included and hereby re
ferred to particularly, and be It furth
RESOLVED that tne plans and
specifications and estimates for such
improvement, as prepared by the City
Surveyor and filed with the Recorder
of The City of Pendleton on the SO'.f.
day of September, 1920, be and they
ire hereby adopted and approved, an
tie it further.
RESOLVED that the cost of making
such improvement shall toe a charge
and lien upon all lots, parts of lots andj
parcels or land to oe oeneiiiea oy sucn
improvement, and the owners of such
lots, parts of lots and parcels of Land,
so specially benefited hy auri, im-
And further notice Is hereby glvei
that the Surveyors estimate of the cos
of said proposed Improvement to b
charged against each lot, part of lc
and parcel of land on account of sail
proposed Improvement is now on fll
n the office of the City Recorder, sub
lect to Inspection and examination.
Dated this 9th day of Decembei
THOS. FITZ GERALD,
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I THE IDEAL CHRISTMAS PRESENT
I One of Those Beautiful Pastel Pictures Now on Display at f
121 JEast Court Phone SIS I
provement shall t liable for the pay- - s
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A BACHELOR WITH A BABY GIRL
And he living In an artist's studio with a crowd
of wild bohcmlniiH',
Rut the baby had come to slay. While her friend
less mother lay dying, the Prince Chap had promised
though It cost him the woman he loved.
Come and see the Prince Chap make good In a
wonderful story of hearts and happiness.
lYoin llio pluy by l-ilward Poplo
Scenario by Olffa I'rtnUluu
Children, 10c V
Adults, 35c 5
lfcstl. -iii fv,?-.: .. re-
Louis B. Mayer
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'THE PRINCE CH
CHARMERS OF WOMEN BE
LIEVE IN FREE-LOVE DO
A 1 1ILST XATIOXAL AITU.UTIOX
lVonu Xlw XoU'l b Kathleen Xim-ls
Down through the Ages
Woman has always been the ob
ject as well as the obstacle of
Man's intentions and attentions
so it is in this story
A IIIGIII.HJIIT Ol' .WMIS
iJIKkTS A llK.III.K.MT tF
Lila Leo, Kathlyn Williams, Ann Forrest, Charles Ogle, Casson Ferguson
MOHiiLY COHLDY "A WILL) NIGHt."
HIGH LIGHTS AMONG LOW LIGHTS I
CHRISTY COMEDY "CALL A COP"
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