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DAILY EAST OREGOKIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH -lk 1021.
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IX "WHAT UoMKX LOVE"
Annette Kellcrmsn ws given an
All-ar tnt M hrr first mortem rem
edy drnmn, "Whnt Witmrn 1nve," a
First Kmicinal aurneiinn, which come
to the Arcade theatre today.
. After the story wn purchased from
flernafd McOmvllle, the famous scret-w
rcribe. for Sil Lesser Instruct
ed Ury Caulfieia, his production j public like variety, but because she It-
tisss production, "The Love Unlit,"
T hich w ill be seen at the Alta Theatre
t'ntay, I ail entlrelj different story aril
an absolutely new characterlxaton than
anything In which the World's Sweet
heart ha heretofore appeared.
Ever slnco Mary Flckford " had
her own produclnir organisation and
ouid dictate as to the type of photo
play In which she was to appear, she
has adapted the policy of never adher
ing entirely to one line of parts, not
only because site believe that the
tnannirer. f spare no etpense In secur
ins the best anvUahle talent for.Mfca
Wheeler Oaktnan, who playe the.
WssomIKW lend IB "The Spoilers," "The
Neer lo Well," "Mickey." "The Vir
gin of Pfanvhouf," sml other successes
lleves the different lines of character
tend to increase her ability as an ar
tist. Those who sow hove recent comedies
will certainly enjoy her In her forth
coming production which was written
ami directed by Frances Marlon, who,
WM Chosen to play opposite "the diving j has acclaimed the leading scen
Venus." ' I n-r'o writer of the country, and bids
Walter1 Long. Who has lieen chosen fh" to standing at the head of the
bn th ideal heavy by U. W. Orrffith. I list of directoresses.
ever sine Long played the part of thej "The Love Light" has unusual tn
negro.du In .'The Rirth of a Nation. " I teres owing to the fact that the Idea
was picked fr the 'part of the villain-! was worked out while Miss I'lckford
ou Larsen. '. '-.vs on her honeymoon. She met
IVall'h Lewis, the veteran character' Trances Marion in Italy, also on her
rctor; Bull Montana, who Is bow being
feature by Marshall NeiUtn, and a
host of other well known players com
plftc the au.
AI.TA TOO AY
I'UHFtW JIVS NEXT PKTl'RF,
A XKW tlllltArTFniZATTON
, ' -i
XTnrV IVkfocl's late?t T'nited Ar.
honeymoon, and the two worked out
the story sitting on a high rock over
looking the Adriatic and it was In
Italy they secured many of the prop
erties several of the players who
support Mba plrkford. The players
and properties were hrought all the
way from southern Europe to Cali
fornia where the Italian settings were
mliTitely reproduced from photo
graphs taken by the two.
'when you say good-bye
to coffee, and welcome
Tfiis delicidus cereal beverage
has a rich coffee-like flavor;
land is free from all harmful
There's a Reason
Tbstum comes in two forms-Postum Cereal
packages) made by boiling full 20 minutes
Instant Pb stum (in tins) made instanty in.
thsorpby the addition of hot water
' flzt&& by Postum Cereal Co,Ine,
MArUON Wis., Maa'h- IS. tt.
P.) "Guaranteed a Job, the Ameri
can workman will not be troublesome."
"The feeling of Insecurity as to the
permanency of the Job Is the principal
cause of labor unrest." -
This In brief summarizes the opinion
of professor John lt. Commons, noted
conomlst of the Tnlversltj' of Wis
consin. The state of Wisconsin has been ask.
cd to Incorporate Professor Cimmnw
views In X law. A bill is now pending
In the legtehtfiirs, written under Pro
fessor Common direction, which in
sures workmen compensation In case
of loss of employment. '
The bill Is generally known as nn
unemployment insurance measure but
its primary purpose Is to guarantee
the workman his Job.
The fate of the bill cannot be fore
told. The measure accepts the sweep
ing principle that the liability for un
employment rests solely upon the em
ployer. The stitfce, under the provi
sions of th bill, operates free employ
ment offices and assists employers in
finding Jobs for men dropped from
their payrolls. I'ntll Such Jobs are
found employers must pay the work
men and women $l.L per day for each
f'ay of Idleness and 73 cents a day for
employes under the age of 18 years.
Workmen must have worked for
one or more employers six months he
tore they are entitled to compensation.
They must be capable, available for
employment and unable to obtain suit
able Jolia, No employe is required to
work where there Is a lock-out or
strike, Non-employment Insurance be
gins the third day after the loss of a
Jon- and must be paid weekly.
The bill does not apply to fanners,
canning factories, state, cities, towns
villa&e aad school districts. Private
employer working, less than three
' men are also exempted. Rmploye hoe
ing pritate Incomes in excess of $3000
annually are excluded.
Employers are required to Insure
payments of liabilities' in a matural In
surance company, under the control of
the Compensation: Insurance Bond.
Employer are barred from deducting
Insurance premiums from tho pay of
employes. Neither can employers And
employe make a valid agreement to
Employee cannot obtain Compensa
tion for more than thirteen weeks in
.iy one year.
eels of laud, es)eclny benefited there.tnnv!nl?l!rtimiim!!
by. All poisons affected by such tm. f iiiiltiiiliiUlllllilliillliillliil
movement and assessment desiring to
take udvaiiMge of the provisions
of Chapter i of Title 2 of Lord's
Oregon ljtwa providing that such
assessments may be paid in ten
annual Installments are hereby noti
fied that application so to do must be
mudo to the City Recorder, as In such
Chapter I provided within ten dnys
from the date of this notice, , Forms
for such applications may he secured
from the office of the City Recorder.
Dated at Pendleton, Oregon, this
Srd day of March. 1921.
TH03. FITZ GERALD, -
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BIG GAS WELL SET
SHREVEPOrtT.' La., March ' !.--
(V. P.) The Slmms Oil Company
camp1 was practically destroyed and
100 derricks In Its field and surround
ing fields were blown down by a vlo
lent Wind and electric storm which
swept Homer, La,, last night, killing
one woman and Injuring several oth
ers. A thirty three mil Hon ruble foot
gas well at Eldorado, Ark,, was hit by
lightning and la still blazing furiously
somen op otrkkt asskssmknt
Notice ki hereby g-iyen that the
Common Council of Th City of Ten
dleton, on February 18. 1821, did
make an assessment for the improve
ment of Matlock street from the north
line of Raley street to . the north
line of .laekson street, in The City oi
Pendleton, and did assess the contract
price for making said Improvements
sgnlltst the lots, parts Af lots i ana
parcels of land, espeoiaHy benefited
thereby. All persons affected bM such
improvement and assessment desirinn
tn take advantage nf the previsions of
Chapter 6 of Title 28, of Lord's Oregon
Laws providing that such assessments
may be paid in ten annual installment
ere hereby notified that application
J to do must be mnde to th Clfy Re
corder, as In such Chapter 6 provided
within ten days from the date of this
notice. Forms for such applications
may he secured from the office xt the
Dated at Pendleton, Oregon, rtila
3rd day of March. 121. it.
TH08. FITZ GERALD.
YOU'LL SEE THE MOST
BEAUTIFUL FIGURE ON
On Her Mile-a-Minut6 Comedy .
. Tlicn Watch Otit.
Jimmy: Gee, a Jane must be Inter-! herelnajbove
Notli-e of Street Imiirovenicnt
Notice te hereby given that nt a regu
lar meeting of the Common Council of
The City of Pendleton held st the
Council Chambers In Pendleton Ore
gon on February tird, 1 J 1 .the fol
lowing Resolution was duly adopted;
WHEREAS, the City Surveyor of the
City of Pendleton did on the fJri, day
of February, lil, under directlorjb s
and by requirement of the Common
Council file in tm office of the H'e
Carder of the City of Pendleton, plans
and specifications for an appropriate
Improvement of the following named
street in said city:
Grange street from the North Line
of Court Street to the kuth lne of
lvwib hi reet, logeiner wun tn esti
mutes of the work to be done and the
probable cost thereof with a statement
of the lets, parts of lots and .parccelr
of land- to be benefited . by 4uch Im
provement and the percentage of th
total cost of Improvement, Which each
of such lots, parts of lots find parcels
of land should pay on acqount of the
benefits to be derived frotn such Im
provement, ana f
WHEREAS, th Council hat ex
amlned such plans and opacification
and estimates and found, the same sat
lsfactory and the estimates therefor
to be tn accordance with the probable
cost of such work, and,
"WHEREA9, the- property recom
mended by the City Surveyor to be In
cluded within the boundaries of the
district benefited is In the Judgment oi
the Common Council properly to be
Included within suiAi Improvement Dis
trict and no property is excluded
therefrom which,' should properly be
included therein, and
WHEREAS, th improvement Of the
described portion of
eeted in a guy when she begins to
pick threads off n his coat.
Tommy: -NothlQ' to when Bhe be
gins to pick hairs offn it! Cartoons
& In Greater Demand and Satisfying More People r
E every day.
B. L. BURROUGHS-He Has It!
L FIVE 1
To Introduce our kodak work
trill finish Free ens roll and one print
sac a. ward Studio.
! , XOTICE
Xotlce of lantcnt of City of Pendie.
ton Impravcment Bond
- Notice is hereby given that City of
fendleton Improvement Bond No. Jtl
Series F will be paid upon presentation
thereof to the undersigned at the Am
erksn National Bank, Pendleton,
I. matilla County, Oregon, after. April
l, 1ZI. .
Interest on the above named bond
! ceases April 1, 1921,
Dated March 10, 1921.
Treasnrer of the City of Pendleton, by
H. W. Dickson. Deputy.
" "Bay Oliver PIdws Now at a New Price."
V-v i fa v I ' "S f Xlu.
See tlie 19B Gangs with Tractor, Hitch now on our
Sturgis & Storie
. Walla Walla
XOTICE OF fiTRKKT ASSESSMENT
Notice la hereby givCTi that the
Common Council of The City of Pen
dleton, on February i, 1921 did
make an assessment for the improve
ment of Jefferson street from the
. ,u, mi ii not Lin nn m i ,ir iiui vii
ine of Wilton street, in The 'City of
Pendleton, and did assess the contract
price for making such Impovements
! against tho lots, parts of lots and par-
Orange Street either gravel Bltulithlc
pavement, Coucrete pavement or War
renita Bitulltalo pavement on Crushed
rock or crushed gravel foundation Is
at this time necessary, therefore, be It,
RESOLVED by the Common Coun
ell of ths City of Pendleton that it It
expedient to improve and It Is hereb)
proposed to improvs Grange street
from the- North Line of Court Street to
the Soufh Line of Lewis Street, by pav
ing the; same with either gravel tttu
lllhlc pavement or concrete pavement
or Wirrenite Bitullthio pavement, on
crushed rock or crushed gravel fotiri-
datloi; such pavement to be construct
cd and the surface thereof to be finish
ed ppon the established grade of said
stret and the street to have curbs and
gutters and all other things in accord
aacs with and as shown in the plans
aid specifications for the Improvement
of said portions of said Grange Street
from the Nofth Line of Court Street
to the South Line of Lewis Street, pre'
pared by F. S. Hayes, City Surveyor,
filed with the Recorder of said City on
the 8th day of December, 1P20, which
said plans and specifications are here
by particularly referred to, and be if
RESOLVED that the Engineer's
estimates of ths probable total cost of
such Improvement, which said City
Engineer's estimates was mads ana
prepared by F. B. Hayes, City Surveyor
of said City, in the sum of I31U.S0
and was filed with tho Recordes of
said City on the 8th, day of December,
1820. is hereby Included and hereby re
ferred to particularly; and be It fur1
ther . i
RESOLVED that fW plans . and
specifications and estimates for such
Improvement as Prepared by the City
Surveyor and fHed-with the Recorder
of the City of Pendleton on the Stn
day of December, 1920, be and they
are hereby adopted and approved, and
be It further s i
RESOLVED that the cost of making
such Improvement shall be a charge
end lien upon all lots, parts of lots and
parrels of land to be benefited by such
improvement, and the awners of spen
lots, pacts of leu and parcels , of
land so specially benefited by such Im
provement shafi be liable for the pay
ment of the cost thereof, and be It
further. , . j
RESOLVED that an. Assessment Cls
rriet is hernby created to be known at
"Assessment District No. 71 embrac
htg- the property bwtetUed and to be
.assessed fer the payment of suck Im
provements, which .Assessment Dis
trict shall include off fdts, parte of lots
and parcels of Jand lying and being
wlthht the district bounded -. and
describe f fotlows, to-wlt: I
IXwcrlfMlna nf Asscwmmit District
, Number 7. .
Beginning at the southwest corner of
Lot Block 1, Jacobs Addition to Pen
dleton: thence 8i9 feet north and par
allel with ths west line of Grange
Street; thence 2 feet east along Ahe
south line of Lewis Street; thence
South 3(0 feet and parallel with the
oest line of Grange street; thea west
on the north line of Court Street to the
point nt begtnnlnc And be It further
RESOLVKD, that a copy of this
resolution together with a notice that
the surveyor's estimate of ths aropor
Una of the cost of set week to be
charged against ach lot, part of lot
; The tale of the hilarious courtship of Athletic Annabel, af
fectionate but untamed, and Sweet Williarh, a mother's darl
ing:, who acquires muscle.
THRILLS On land, under' sea and m the bgh heavens. The ;
most remarkable underwater comedy and fight ever
COMEDY O DOCTOR, DOCTOR!
and parcel of latld is on file in the of
fice of the City Tteeordcr, be publlsh
:& for a period it tea dnys In tbe Kast
Jrcgonlan whlta newspaper Is hereby
leslrnatod by ' the Common Council
;or the publlcritlon thereof.
And nonce is turtner given that tne
Surveyors estimate of the cost of said
Improvement ; to be assessed against
each Lot, ps.H of Lot and parcel oi
Land on account of said Improvement
s now on file In the office of the City
Recorder, subject to Inspection. Don
and dated nt Fendleton Oregon this
itthi day of February 1921.
THO& FITZ GERALD.
.' filtv Recorder.
NOTICE OF STREET ASSESSMENT
Notice la hereby given that the
Common Council of The City of Pen
dleton on February 13, 1921, made an
assesxmentl for the1 improvement of
that part of Mark street irom'the east
linn of Matlock Street to the west line
of Bush Street; Logan Street from the
r.rovcmeiit and assessment who deslrn)
to take advantago of ths provisions ot
Chapter 5, 6f Tltlff U, ot Lord's On
gon Laws providing thut such assear '
mcnt may be pukl In ten annual ln
stallments, are hereby notified thai
application so to dn must be made ti
the Recorder of The City of l'endle.
South line of Italey Street to the North ton as in said Chapter S provided,
lino of Mark Street, and Perkins Ave-' within ten oays from ths date of this
nue front the South line of Ritleyl notice. Illank forms for such applies
Street to the North Hne of Walters ttons may be secured at the office: ol
Mill Race. In said City and assessed
the cost for making said Improvements
Mtninst the lots, parts of lots end par-
ctls of land especially benefited there
by. All persons affected by such Im-
the City Recorder.
Dated at Pendleton, Oregon, this
10th. day of March. 1921.
THO FITZ OERALO.
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