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People Here and There
Ted Omrrlor of Helix was In J'cn
dleton yesterday on business.
V. V. l"iilconor
land whore, lie wil
Iiiih Hollo 1o I 'oi l. .
hpciiil a few ilny."
A. C. Molntyre, olork of School Dis
trict No. 70, wuh a business VisltiH' in
J.ymuil 1!. Mill
J Vnil Id on today
Portland, Is In
Will M, l'rtrrsnn has jrone t" I i i 1 1 -ham
Hpnin.;., win re he will remain
llio rest of 1 1 1 week.
A. It. JlrHrnom of 1'llut Hook has
returned fnini I'orlluml nvherc In; re
cently marketed two carloads of fat
wliitefuced cattle. 1
David Mimnn, of Hun Prune laoo, who
for the past two wi'i'liH bus been visit -iny
in J''mlli't on with bin father, F.
H.' Mason, loft toduy for Klloiish(iri;.
lie wuh iircnmpnnlcil by his half
brother, .lames -MiiMorv anil tin- l'u
will vIhIi ut the homo of Mis. Frcil bin.
t'leliorn, sls'er of -Mrs. F. Jl. Mason.
, finlornliy at t.'hJtno, young Ktoijcmnn
Ibelmr the . A. I.', delegate ::,:J liur-
-v r DCMIIF PTAM 'KW,K ''"' t'iv'',',1,.v of orcicon ehruitur.
Jl I HiiU 'ill I LiV i'ven hundred fitly attended the con-
I volition. The trip wan made with 12
curs of sheep owned by the rei.dloton
Wo Til Co., which .were, shipped to the
I "hicann market
Two Kwi In 1'oi'i'st,
Two small forest, fires were reported
on tin; I'niatilla National foresi yoslcr
day. I'olh were put out with hut little
Is In Hospital. I
(linn I'l'.Molt, local clifur store
owner, is a patient at Kt. Anthony's
hospital, lie iH convalescing alter a
Woiilhor Conli'i' '1'iNliiy.
The weather Ih cooler iudi.v, the
maximum helntf 81. Tile minimum
was 111 last nllit luul the barono-ier
real, iters. L''J.(le, says .Major Je .Moor
huiise, v. eat her ohKerver.
WORLD'S LARGEST SPAN
W'TTrtOIT, July 26. ft. X. S.) If
i.rlKinal plans of the promoters of the
International 'bridge to Windsor arn
carried out the Ix-trnit Itiver will he!
hridifi'd hy the longest und heaviest
Hiian In the. world.
Preliminary work on the bridge has
I'een completed and permission for the
work obtained from the Canadian I'ar.
Tument und the I'nlted States Congresn
to proceed with the project which will
cost, it is estimated $30.(M 0,fi00.
The spun will' be 1 , S'l f feet Ion!?.!
There will be two roadways each '
twonty-eleht feet In width, paved with
concrete; two seven-foot sidewalks.
also paved with concrete, and two trol
The rnarvel polish for i'.'vcr
25 Wnn l' for Trl.
Twenty five Fendlcton Hoy Kcmits
havu sinned up for the camping trip
wlilcli will licein Autriist. 1 and last
for two wci lci. The bos will camp at
Kamela. Kev. J, ,1. i 'orncl ison and
II. J. Ki.i !e., s.-oul uuo-li-r;;, will be in
TOO LATH TO CLASSIFY
Foit HKXT- r. room hou.-o
diivR- l'lionii .n.t-H.
Iti'lurn front Trip,
Lowell Slorkniun, Tialph Hnrctcsn
end KiiKeiie liovlen reiiiiiied today
for "HI from a trip Kant. They attended the
national convention ot Kav- ,1!t
M'lw-iit advanced in price 81,'aiu to-
,ie loiv wheal closlnc at 11.24 1-2. ' hk ''n'"'d Mated mint ; cnlninc
K,.ot,..,, her wheat at 11.23 3-4 and Do- t'Hver dollars for the first time In seven
i.. i ,.f i ') i.'i v.-jtrnu u I year.. ' i
CeillOI'l liriU ui O'.u -.. v. -
the cloning prices were July 11.23 1-4,1
Sepleinber $1.23 3-4 and December,
1.2H l-i. ;
Folliiwins are the nuotatlons re- '
eeU'iid li Ijlierbeck & Coolie, local,
Open iii(?h Vow
J 1.24 '.j,
1.2 7 '.it
3 .20 'i
Glean and Sanitary
You will always find the Table Supply clean
and sanitary, with an abundanc-e of good things
for your table, always fresh and clean, with our
refrigerated windows and cases all perishable
merchandise is eared for in the very best way.
Fruits and vegetables from this market will al
A',ays reach you in the very best of condition.
t Futures siarted stroni?, es-
the deferred deliveries. Kx-
purt demand wua the principal :nflu-
leuces. After the first hour selling
overlook t lie demand and prices cle
jclincil to levels arounil one cent be-
low previous close, but'lhe finish was
I i firm. Unions from Canada this
i'0f MIX TO 1V. Ki-.KS
AS ( II AMI'IOX IiKSttfl-at
When Tom Mix ojiens atihe Arcade
Theatre, toduy, in the Fox picture
"The I'Az Town Round-Up," he will
exhibit what is said to be an exceed
ingly fine line of rescue work. The
"Ko'ind-I'p.' in which the action
switches from a ranch to 'Frisco and
back a'-'ain. ,s crowded, of course, with
i iiioitiiiik were more optimistic; and J thrilling incident else it would not be
ertainment. Anions try
niimlwr due to renvue
1 Y Kb NL 4T:.
I Today - ,1
!fl Children. 5c II ii , AVare-
9 Adults. 20c B til
-Hwnu fi m&
I .... I! 99 !
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jtl WESTERN CHAP- f I H
1 TER PLAY 1! W
13 b m
4 TI WHITE j j
j liORSENAN J
ill TH F I iTsT TITY I I
. H THF. .sFNSATION- I' Wa
jl ANIMAL SERIAL ! ...
, 3 COMEDY ! :
; CN ACCOUNT '
Money cheerfully refunded if you are
not entirely satsified.
The Lflrgcgt T)lamon-l Dealers In Kchkcu Utv$rn
"THE TILE SUPPLY
some ciauii mat ivo more weens oi
faorable weather will put the crop
I outlook out of daiu,'er. 1'art of the
;.'auadlaii wheal belt had Kooil rains
.last nllit Where most needed. i'ri
!mary I'ece pts cot.tiuue to Hi.ow I:rei-.
loialiiiK 2.'.i7u,ijuii against 1 ,.1 1 - OliO
last year. Some coiih.rvativo people
seeni to IliiiiK the pi ai- of the inove
: merit wTll he over in two weeks. Kx
' port sales of wheat ri polled so far
'anioiiaied to :.'.r,i,ioMi bushels an I i.nee
is beins worked. C;isli prie s here
and i.l outside markeis were rt ported
as hieher. Trade on the whole was
very eun t but we believe prices would
be stimulated Willi a moderate am
ioont. of investmeiU buyini;.
739 Main Street
CilAS. D. DESPAIN & CHAS.
1'or elample, Mix reitrnes n (firl
from a ruffin's insults by throwing the
iinffin off a HpeediiiK train. He res
ci;es t h is same girl later from a bunch
of city tlr.ifs In a cafe. Il- rescues Ihe
i heroino fj-om a bitf rattlesnake cm his
; rani h by his a eurate lontf dist.ance
! aim with a rifle. He rescues her ui-'uin
' in the city when she falls before a
, sianip! dinr stee r at the stockyards,
j And he saves from death in a city park
i a little nirl who is handing head down
' on her runaway pony. Also he is kept
tolerably "busy rescuing himself from
When Mix isn't rescuing somebody
he's fichiintt a Kans of thnfrs with
intermissions for attention to the Only
Ora Carewe l his leading woman.
., I 11, 00 Ill till" I.'R JV.WI iiui'.iu-
1 1 I'll" was written by William Mc-
I.eod liaine and the picture was di
rected by Lynn F. Reynolds -who also
made the scenario.
s Slaff Correspondent.)
ALT A TODAY
, -j r
r.i I The wonrferfull refined.
V5j3 peaHf-white corapleiioa
i.r M rendered, brines back the
sulu are instmb Highly
antiseptic- Exerts a soft and
(uoti.ing ection. Over 7j
Send 15 r. for Triil
T. HOPKINS 4 SCil
new ur c.i
M . m . .. m, - w, .. it i ,
projection machine could be , used
there. The Warden said the men
might see censored pictures occasion
ally and the projection machine was
ordered, it arrived in time to add a
little mirth to the last Christ trots many
of the condemned men enjoyed.
v-. : r. Jirirc-;
Y ' fJrtrti fir
TlHiCoal Willi No Kcgivts
You find Plcasun in its cleanlim'ss and
ormous lirat giving propcrlics.
Yqu bum it uilli Graliludc for its cu-f-mall
amount of asli.
You take iVi.Jt' in nxommrnding its cx
clusivo ii: to your friends
IU.I.K, Krance, fTty Mail. "While
Ilritisli and American generosity has
helped so1 MaMially in the reconstruc
tion f farm's in the war zone of liel-
f.i the i:ov. ni :it has been abie to
obtain from (P. rmany restitution of
o h farmini? stork and material.
J.at'st Kuril:' in t.'rs connection show
that lodai'-lhe 1 iilow-.nc receoinoems ,
hav,. been effected: firm hors-s. r.r..e"l j
, x.-n. 3;.: she, ., s.fi'll Koats. 5."9
hcml of poHl:ry. lu.ono tons of fertil-(
Iser, $TJ.("i worth nt seeos ami -i"v,-i
ii, i u-orih ef farinim; implements and
i : , , ver n i n 'ii I Intervention in farm
n sien.iiou has ben mainly confined
' I.. ihe plan s that suffered most in the
war, localities not so badlv hit belay
I dealt with by private' enterprises and
! in- officially controlled contractors.
I Ti,.. ltovi rr.ment has spent nearly a
million dollars on reconstruction of
th" wati rwi'VS. so ne.cossury to farm
ing in I'landi is. Approximately thir-loon-fourteenths
of the pre-war farm
land in th- iiuudred parishes ot the
lVlKii.il war fr lit have been again
l.roiiffht under cultivation.
In the Fremh devastated depart
ments, 71 !G s.u:;re miirs oi laou nr
ruined in the war; to date considerably
ov er five-;evenths of this area is aaain
available for farming. Imbed, the
lite. ra!cd.Ueparlnicn!s of France now
produce enoush Krain for their own
Until in Krance and in lieleium, kov
emi.icni policy is lo b vpiivatc enter
prise and-lnitialivc have as free a hand
ible. At the a'm.stice. one-inuu
SHOW'S IM( TlliK IV IF ATII
-i:)isi-; ok hix
A dozen condemned men enjoyed
th" privib-tte of socimr the first ino-
1 tion picture ever exhibited in Sins
SinK'a dea.h housp through the kind-
ness of Thomas .Meiahan. I'aramount
i star, and Ids director, Tom Forman.
j who recently presented a projection
machir.e to the prison. Interiors of
the prison r.re shown in Mr. Meit!han's
new picture, "The City of Silent Men."
which will lie shewn at Ihe Aha thea
i tre today.
As the deathhouse is small, the ma
chine had to be placed twelve feet
from the screen. The reels were run
off twice so that the twelve men could
se them through the steel-barred
doors of their cells. A bed-sheet, used
as a screen, was stretched at the west
end of the short cordior which has a
row of e lls' on each side. When the
reels wer run off the sheet .was shift
id to the east side and the picture re
Mr. Meip'han recently staged an es
cape sce ne at S:m; Sing for hi3 latest
I'aramount picture, "The Cdy of sileal
Men," and he was so struck with the
'tier dreariness of the life of the in-
mat.'s of the deathhouse that he
ill Warden Kiwes if a motion picture
FROM THE PAST,
The "Food -Driri!:" for A3 Ages.
Quick Lunch &t Home, OrT.ce,n4
Fountains. AJi for IIOSUCK'S.
ECT Avoid Inactions & Substitutes
IN A STIRRING WESTERN
rhe Big Town
THE OLD WEST AS IT WAS.
COMEDY "THE GREEN HORN"
ray Cash Receive More i'ay I
Despain&Lee Cash Grocery
209 E. Court lhone
I of the pre-war popnlatlon ot im
I Kr.-iH'h wit ions was res-din:--
there; !"da only a half a million ol
i ihe pre-war population is lurking (i. c-.
j populaiion in lliH, t.l'.Tii.'ulU; popula
tion at .May 1, I'.'L'l, 4,1 0:.,000.
j (Imrtajjo of labor, of maierial and oi :
transport, especially at tne s'.an mi
op. rations, forced the authorities and
builders- to put up witli markrshifts
such as wooden huls lor houses. This
difficulty is, howe.ver liiimt nradualh
overcome. Nearly 7S per cent of 111.
prewar factories of North France are
attain al ,woi k and the pro,ortion ol
slaff 'a :'. !l I'.', resumed work approxi
mates J.-- I-. r e. ol.
Small White Beans
: ' t,
Despai:i&Lee Cash Grocery
209 K. Court I'hw w0 t
l li r v"
. .. i
r i f m
k 1 1
It takes Jino tea to
make a qoorl
iced drmk. rTT
'tv A"w''r- tr ''i'i ""?!
i - i i , " 'i
jesse.l i ASJ k H Jw-i: fix '
i J -f!x-t: P ." r. :.iC-Vfe?W
- . irk: U w u fA-t l It
tiie past comes the sound of
and the mnsie of Ihe minuet-
cstid hy the reappearance of
The popularity of this hand-
me material for rvoninir wear is lo
inir iiiuiy to some eto:it wuh enibroid
ery. 'i'lie K"wn in Ihe pal 'ire is a
nullification of the costuinea worn hy
Ethel Burrymore lo Cla.r tin L.un. ,
CAST INCLUDES LOIS WILSON
'Righting Ihe jov cf his wedding day the shadow of prison walls and the arms of lov
had to"yk!d tc Cm law, for a crime for which another man was guilty.
ADAPTED FROM "THE QUARRY" BY JOHN A. MOROSO.
COMEDY "NOTHING BUT NERVE"
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