nrc;vT),BUM,KTiN, bknd, pBBflON, xHUiwnAV, yovEnnBn so.jpip PAQl , SCREEN ACTORS ' HERE FOR WORK -!MMmMmMMBMmmf4MMmmmmmmmmmmmmamm jB- .mi...mi.mim mi,,,,,,,, , ... . 7t ..?, T,.fV ? fitajfim Hi "f Tf f!p VnfWfTyf r"X ( ni1liMJHU. ( OUT DOOR SCENES ARE BEING FILMED I'IHitii of Company Now llrrr OllitTH t'omlnu; Ne Week HiIiiii-n Will He Tiikin In Town nml (Niunlry. i 1 .1 1 Willi llio arrival Friday of in ninmhmN of Hi" Amotlcun Llfno Kinyli (Join puny, of I'orlliinil, work was begun on (liu lllmliig'ot, (ho out door nci'Ihih of Uni omnpnny'ii now mtrimii play, "Tliu Clan of Tlmlior Mountain," it seven reel real urn deul Iiih Willi tliu labor Mllitntlon In Iho huw mills ami logging cumpM of tins I'lilled Htutt-rf. In llio rourmi of tliu work ncmioi urn to bo takun at Dm logging cjimps. In tin) daw iiiIIIh ami at different point m mound llio town, giving nn opportunity to t lit) people of thin unc tion In oliHcitn tlio workings of on of llio uioHt InturiiMlliiK Industries of tlm countiy. Ono or tho Mpoctnciilur nights will tio tlm taking of tliu night tcenim by nrllflclal light, n complolo 11k lit I tiK system for tlm purponu being Inoluded In tliu company' equip inont. Another ncono iiucpsnIIiiIi'H tlio burning of u small bonne which will bo erected for llio purpowi Jimt out side tlio city HmltH. Tlm Iioiiho will bo llrod and tlm scene "nhot" onrly next week. A mob scene In which about 200 pcoplo will tin iimmI will Klvo n nunibor of llond folks u cliiiiica lo break Into tlm screen game. Tlm members of tlio company who ntrlwd horn Friday lurludud I.oiiIh Moonmw, director, MImh Curol llollowiiy, leading lady, Jinn Her hIiuII, character load, l(irt Hprotto, heavy, Clyde Cook, cametnmnn, (J. V ItayM, electrician. Otlmrn weru Dick Horner, II A Wagner. Don Prior, 1.. II Phillip. Walter MiicMoiiles, Jr., Dick Ollphant, Jnn llornar, and II. O. Turner, Harold Orndy, business munugur fur tho company, Iiiih been In llond tlm past week looking up Incatlon and mak ing arrangements for tlm workb Other member of tho compnuy who will nrrlvo next week tiro Jack Mulhall, Minn Mabel linker, n daugh ter of Mnyor linker, of Portland; lUlph Dudley, ilroduriuk O'FIInn, and William Dill. Jack Mulhall. who will play tho lend In "Tlm Clan of Tlmbor MouutiilU," appeared II rut In picture with tho old llio graph coiripnuy undur tlm direction of (1. W. nrlllllh. later signing u two enr couttact with tho Universal eoinpany. Ilaslng hi opinion on nbsorvn- tluii already inado I.oiiIh Moo maw, director of tho l.lfcngraph Company, y that lm believe dm soft clear IlKht of Central Oregon will prnvu fxironiuly desirable In tlm photo graphy of tlm mole. TRAVEL HEAVY; HOllLS FULL AtTOMOIMTIONH I.V IIKND IN HUITICIHNT TO CAIti: 1)K TltANHIHNT TUADi: MANV AltltlVALS (ii) WANTINH. Hither Ilend In n Rood transient town with a lurgu nunibor of ar iIvuIh mill departures ovoiy day to mid from hotel, or tliero are not sufficient hotel accommodation. Till tact Iiiih Von often manifest ed In tho lust few wookH In tliu elly not, only during tho llmoH whon thoro I something special Koliw; on In tho city, but a I ho dur ing normnl day. For tliu lust wook thoro ha mi ibeen time when It Iiiih been Impossible for arrival In llio city to obtain hotel iicconio , dtttlons. Frequently of Into tho manugo muilt or tlm Pilot llutto Inn Iiuh boon unnlilo to take emu of ItH transient natrons, A similar con dition lu reported by (1. i Smith, who recently purclumed tho WrlKlit Hotel Mr. KinUli stated on Hutur clny ha Ih .mtikliiK nn uffoit lo pro vldg Hlcaplng room for tho heavy putronnjso, Tliu annex to tho Pilot llutto Inn I almost nlwny full with a waiting Hut, and It Ih fioquontly necoHury lo rntuso. no commodatlona to logulur traveling natrons. rWiV "J , "W tiky-tmvM ; lil 'S &)$, J- . w - & . & r I V -- - -J- tt-JM As It Is The Road As It Seems In New Overland 4 oh Three-Point Cantilever Springs 1 YOU expect abaci road to ride as it looks. It did, until the introduction of the Overland 4 Springbasc. Overland 4 does wof change the road, but it does diangc the tnanncr in which you can ride on it. It gives you comfort instead of dis-comfort. It gives you a smooth, sailing sensation instead of bouncing and swaying. The Diagonal attachment of Three-Point Canti lever Springsat-thccnds ofa 130-inch Springbasc gives Jong whecibase road steadiness. let Overland 4 retains all the advantages lightness, ccon otny,and cascofhandling,of 100-inch whcelbase. This-means an altogether new standard of riding comfort, a noteworthy reduction in the wean and tearj which lessens the efficiency ofa car. The new springs give longer life to every part and thus minimrre up keep and replacement costs. Tires wear longer because cushioned against hammering blows. Light weightmeans marked econ omy in gas, oil and running expense. Overland 4's equipment is complete from Auto Lite Starting and Lighting to Demountable Rims. Come in and see this remarkable car. Ask for booklet. Overland 4 Touring, $845; Roadster, $845; Coupe, $1325; Sedan, $1375. Prices f. o. b. Toledo. i I II V ' y,mMtKmmmmmmmmmmmmmmuSS9KmMmmmmmmmmMmmmWKMWSffmmsMi PIONEER GARAGE CO., Bend, Oregon ;lrt:KJ.:..iwtJii mmmmmmmmmmmmmM&mMmmmmmmmM II ffmm is V I TOTAL SHORT OF FUND EXPECTED si.iniiTi.Y ovr.u itoo milmukiih sh:t:uui:i to n.vn: mim, kji 1'I.yi:h . mii.i. ai noo m:i)Mo.n uicsiri.TH immml 'Sell jour poultry tlirotiKli Ilullctlil 6 tlushlfleil ml. AlthotiRh tho Hod Cross member ship drlvo wo ofllclnlly over on Nov- eMibor 11 subscriptions tiro utlll bo Iiir rocehed lu tho hopo of brluRlun tho total inontborhlp up to the point expected by tliu national orRiinlu Hon. To ditto tlio ciihIi tiirnod In for iiiomburHhlpH nmouutB to HomethliiR over 11,000 ami tho rorolpt from local mill companion representing momborHlilps taluu by omployea aro expected to hrliiR tho total to over Jl.COO. Very poor results in out of town dlstrlctfl, however, havo so far nerved to ljoop tho llguroa fur below tho amounts which It was belovcd would bo received whon tho cam paign opened. In Hodmond, for ex ample, only C6 member wore secur ed, or only SO more than at La Pino whllo as jet no roport him been ob tainable from Joffomon county, . In both JofTersou mid tho Hod nioiul section tho drlvo was lu charge of tho American I.ckIoii. Whether ItH apparent failure Is duo to Inabil ity to perfect orKaulzation or to local apathy is not known but an effort will bo mndo to obtain results even though they aro belated. Volunteer workers In Iteiid who lime Hindu especial exertions on be half or the drlvo Include Mrs. I.. 1). Ward. Mrs, K. 1 Miihuffoy, Miss Alice- SpuldliiK. Mrs. Horace Illch urds, Jlrs. II. II. Lumping, Mrs. C. W. Hayes, Mrs. W. D. names, uud the American Legion. Julius l'odersou In tho GrniiKo district and C. II. Clow assisted by Mrs. John DuIhiIr, at Lu Pino havo covered their terri tory thoroughly. (ration, was lu favor of tho defend ant. Following tho Shopherd case tho court took up tho criminal cqbo against P. C. Hardy who Is charged with the larceny of a wagon, mrTTni'n stv mv v"vvvf ilitUUiVO tU TU IS U KINS I FOR HIGHWAY WORK Four ninmond "T" trucks woro unloaded at Dead on Saturday and will bo driven to Hums, wlmrn thv ' will bo used to aid In tho hauling of cinders for the Burns-Crano road now under construction. Two other trucks left nend Wed nesday for Burns, uud four more are expected to arrive this week. The Pacific Urldgo Con struct Co., of Portland has the contract for tho construction of tho highway, but tho hauling or gravel nnd cinders will be done under sub contract by The R. A. Allen Hauling Co., also of Portland. The trucks that left liond Saturday are Individ ually owned, and tho hauling will bo dono by tho yard. Super Realism, nmployer (to clerk) "If that bare. Smlthorx. comes In, toll him I'm out am! don't bo working or he'll kw you'ru lying." Cut This Out It Is Worth Moaej. Don't miss this. Cut out this slip enclose with 5c to Foley & Co., 2835 Sheffield Ato., Chicago. IIU wrlttlng your name and address clearly. You will receive lu retara a trial package containing Foler'a Honey and Tar Compound, tor coughs, colds and croup. Foloy'a Kidney Pills and Foley's Cathartic Tablets. Sold Everywhere adr. JURY FINDS SHEP HERD NOT GUILTY Aftor u trial lasting a day and a halt tho enso of Stnto or Orogon vs. A, A. Shopherd, charged with nn orToiiHo against his minor daughtor, wont to tho jury In tlio circuit court on Saturday. Tho Jury's verdict, glvon utter a short period f dollb- BRICK vs. OTHER BUILDINGS BRICK BUILDINGS IN BEND VALUE ABOUT , $500,000 FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS NONE OTHER BUILDINOS VALUE ABOUT $2,000,000 FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS OVER $100,000 Build With BRICK! BEND BRICK & LUMBER CO. 4s'