Newspaper Page Text
DAILY EAST onWiOXIAN, PENDLETON, MXlOIf, TUESDAY, 'DECEMBER 1, 1908. EIGHT PAGES. "New Crop" Now Here Your Holiday dinner will not be complete with out these table delicacies. We have everything the season affords in dainty eatables. Walnuts Figs Winter Apples Almonds Raitins Cranberries Cocoanuts Citron Honey Mew Crop -Strictly Fresh Phono Your Order Standard Grocery Co. Where small orders receive the same attention as the large ones. Phone Main 96 NEW INYKXTIOX IN TELEPHONE WOULD A new invention called the tele grn phone, la being demonstrated at fthe Peudlctoti Drug company's store. ! The machine Is used to record mes sages reel vert 'Hivor the telephone, which may he recorded nnd reproduc ed Jit any Kuhhcnucnt time. Tho In vention is operated by talking throngh a telephone transmitter connected with the telegraphone or by connect ing1 the telegrnphone with n distant telephone. In this way If the persoti Is tw Imvy to tN1k or happens to be out the message remains recorded and can be received from the telegraphone at a later period. The record will last for years and Is practically inde structable. Tlie owly way to eliminate the record from the wires or disc up on which the meage Is received is to apply a Tieavy magnet to draw tho surface. The railroad companies which re cently ordered the telegraph system to be discarded and telephones In stalled, are intending to adopt this in vention. By th's means the trouble of securing telegraph operators and the general satisfaction of teleg raphy will b dispensed with. J. P. KM Til 8E MI termine whether the custody of the child will be left to the mother, or i the grandmother, the boy being at I present in the possession of the Iat ! ter. Both women are determined to have possesion of the youngster, and it is indicated that Judge Bean's de j ctelon tomorrow will simply mark the I end of the first round of the legal I battle. WOOIJCV MUX MAX WILL j MEET 1VIT11 LOCAL PEOPLE, FIRST NATIONAL DANK Movement to Roojien Mill Takes on NOT PLEASED WITH POMEHOY COUNTRY AVhy on earth any one ever went to Pomeroy, Wash., to live k a problem over which R. M. Bentley. who has Just returned from a visit to that city where he has a nephew, is rtlll pond ering. Mr. Bentley had a most en joyable visit with his nephew, but Just why the young man should have cho MS II EAST CHAMIIF.RV.AIN WILL KEPRTXENT AIJi GOVERNORS Signal Honor Conies to Oregon's Pop ular Executive AcconiMinlcl by J. X. Teal, He Passed Through IVn Uloioii Last Evening on HI Wny to Wn-rfilngtoti to Attend National MeotKog. New Life ami Smvess Will lie A;ed a rtatement of ,he condition of thy suml If PurtlHT CiipKal CVn Be First National bank of this city. The Enlisted Mm Interested Will Be statement show a most healthy coji- Called Together by Phone Touior-! (lition in that institution and the show- i ing is better than the one made Sep-pow- j tember 23. j On September 2.1, the time of the J. P. Wilbur former manager of the last previous statement, the deposits Union woolen mill, will be here tomor-1 amounted to $1,421,446.09; the sur row for the purpose of consulting, I'lus and undivided profits. $53,149.05 st n that particular spot for a home is MAKES STRONG SHOWING , too deep for his uncle. Mr. Bentley I thought he knew something about Elsewhere in this paper is publish-1 hills; thought there were some In with local people regarding th secur- and the total ing of the local plant and the opera-: $1.S74. 995. 92. tlon of the same. He will come eith-1 er on train No. 5 tonight or on N'o. lcllAKGE PENDLETON YOITIIS tomorrow. WITH STEAIJNG TUtKEYS Some time following Mr. Wilbur's' arival here a meeting of those Inter-! Charged with the theft of turkeys ested in the woolen mill movement from a poultry dealer in Yakima, will be held at the Commercial asso-j George Rothroek and Claud Todhunt ciation rooms and the work of cap- er are under arrest in this city await ltallKlng a wool mill company will be! ing the officers from the Washing taHen up whero it wis dropped a few ton town who telegraphed yesterday weeks &g6. i "9113; an order for their apprehension. During the past week there has") The boys are accused of having ta- tfen a marked renewal of Interest In : kefl the turkeys and peddled them out the proposition of reopening the mill' over th? town, skipping with the pro- and It is believed this feeling will bejeeeds. nfflr(wtli atron. in nnrrv iha mAra.' ment through to success. However, but little solicitation has been necess- I'matllla county, but he is now con vlnced that a man discovers himself more and more ignorant every time he goes away from home. IIOTEST AGAINST CREATION OP NEW SCHOOL DISTRICT Setting forth that the proposed cre ation of a new school district in the of the statement was,vve rountrv would result In the nmc tical abandonment of school In the present district 81, which It Is pro posed to cut up to form the new one, a protest of W. A. Cargill and others against the creation of the proposed district was received by County Su perintendent Welles this morning. The protest sets forth that under the new plan there would be too few children to attend the school, and that the cost of maintenance In old 81 would be so great that the school would have to be abandoned. Both young fellowS have figured in police court episodes In this city on previous occasions. DONAGHFE NAMED AS STOCK INSPECTOR. o n tv i tntaraet a wit mhat" rvt rt aw m phi; k iihmv.-v nuiuuvi v& vwviOi of late and in order to make the,i)j; movement a success it will be neces-j local monied men. When the time for the meeting at! Dr. J. A. Donaghue has just reeeiv the Commercial club has been agreed. ej an appointment as local stock in upon those interested in the movement1 snector. his commission comlne from will be notified by phone. CTSTODY the state domestic animal commission of which W. F. Matlock Is a member. OF BOY" ! Throueh his aDDointment Dr. Don- WILL BE DETERMINED f aghue will be authorixed to inspect - stock for shipment out of this place. Upon a hearing of the habeas cor-! in the past Dr. D. C. McXabb has pus proceedings brought by Mrs. Liz-j been the sole local Inspector. Seem zie Williamson for the possesion of' inly two Inspectors will be malntaln- her son. Bud Price, Judge Bean in.ed in the future. the circuit court tomorrow will de- COLDS ! CO.MPAXY IN NEW QUARTERS I The Parkes Bros.' market Is being moved from Its former location on Court street to the East Oregonlan jMENl iY PIERCE DELI EYES FRISCO PLOT IS DEEP Henry F. Pierce, well-known for mer resident of this county, but who now owns Victoria island, is here again upon a brief visit The news of the drowning of Chief of Police Biggy was received with In terest by Mr. Pierce. He believes that there is much to the Heney assassina tion plot that has not yet been dis closed, and is inclined to believe that the disappearance of Biggy Is of more significance than now seems apparent. HARRY FOWLER SUFFERS FROM SERIOUS DISEASE. Harry Fowler, well known railroad man. Is now ill at his home on Court street with Bright's disease. Though hia condition Is not critical, he has been forced to remain at home for the past week or longer. Before being taken down Mr. Fow ler was serving as, conductor on the time to check It. Don't walt-lt ma, Elding on Main street, where the j Umatilla Central and had held that become deep-seated and the cure win b harder then. Every hour lost at the start may add days to your suf fering. Tikt ... . J" F Cold & S Capsul progressive firm will have attractive position for a month. quarters. The market is making a I feature of fruits and vegetables of Umatilla county,- although a complete line of good things In fruits, nuts and vegetables is carried, and is filling a long felt want in this city. ' Used in time they save al) might fol'rfw sickness, worr', pensea. They never fall. that x- Tallman & Co. Leading Druggists. TEA Moneyback means that the tea is good and well worth the money. Can't mean anything else. Tnr ft'cr returni mr o ll f om'I Ski SchUlisil Bt: w p ai Condensed Report of Condition Rendered Comptroller of Currency at Close of Business, Nov. 27, 1908. ...Commercial National Bank... United States Depository P.ESOPRCES Loans and discounts $198,541.03 Overdrafts 7.S91.61 United State); bonds 78,455.81 County warrants 1.131.37 Furniture and fixtures... 7,100.00 Cash on hand In banks.. 68,382.08 $351,481.85 LIABILITIES Capital stork 50,000.00 Surplus and undivided.... profits 7,915.35 Circulation 50,000.00 Deposits 251.566.50 $359,481.85 I, W. L. Thompson, cashier of th above named bank, do solemnly wtar that the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. Attest: ' W. L. THOMPSON", Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this first day of December, 1908. (Seal) C. H. MAR8H, ' i Notary Public HELIX HOTEL AGAIN OPEN FOR BUSINESS Remodeled and newly furnished as the result of the recent fire In which It was partially destroyed, the Helix hotel has been reopened by the pro prietress, Mrs. Frank Myers, and is again prepared for business. The- ho tel Is one of the most popular country hotels in the county, and under Mrs. Myers' management is most satisfac tory to her guests. Asking that the circuit court re view the acts of the county court in establishing a road In the Pilot Rork district, known as road No. 6i Douglas Belts today filed a petition In the circuit court. The road was granted on the petition of A. Knotts and others, and Belts contends that the court erred In establishing it, con tending that the petition was Insuffi cient. The petition asks a complete reversal of the county court's acts. WIFE'S KISS RENDS HOME. So Cold That IfiiHlmnd Strikes Ifer and Court Case Follows, St. Louis. The rending of the do mestic happiness of John Kuro was caused by an unwifely kiss, according to testimony In the Wyoming street police court this morning. Mrs. Leopoldlno Kuro, the wife, said she and John had been out and she returned with a headache. She did not feel affectionate, and when John wanted a soul kiss she gave him a cold and stingy one. Then John bit her three times on the arm and she fled and did not return until next day. She found then that not only her husband, but all her clothes and ta ble silver and other personal belong ings were missing. He was located and she had him arrested on the charge of disturbing her peace. Judge Klelber dismissed the charges on pay ment of costs and Mrs. Kuro begged her husband to return, but he stead fastly refused. New York World. Tommy Say, papa, I wish you would tell me something. Papa Well, what Is it? Tommy When you were a little boy, who wa. my papa? Chicago News. Bound for Washington, D. C, where he will have the signal honor of being spokesman for the governors of the states of this nation in 'explain ing the work needed to secure the con servation of the national resources of the I'nlted States, Governor Geo., E. Chamberlain of Oregon, passed through Pendleton last evening on No. 2. Governor Chamberlain was ac companied by J. N. Teal, chairman of the conservation committee In this state, who will be Oregon's other rep resentative at the meeting of the na tional conservation commission. These two delegates will also represent Ore gon at the national river and harbors convention. According to Gov, Chamberlain, the work of the national conservation eommlsi.xon is yet In Its Infancy, and although the recent agitation has re- i suited in nn awakening of the public to the monopolistic grab which has resulted in the seizure of so many valuable resources by big corpora tions, there Is yet a great work to be done. The governor considers the conservation of water rights one of the most important problems to be solved by the congress and takes with him to the meeting In Washington the report of the Oregon conservation commission which suggests that there should be a separate federal depart ment having control of this vast na tional resource. Governor Chamberlain will use his utmost efforts at the convention to secure such resolutions as will tend towards the greatest possible devel opment of the irrigated lunds In this state under national reclamation, the conservation of Oregon's wealth of forest, mineral and water power, and, at the rivers and harbors convention, for a greater appropriation for Ore gon to Improve the mouth of the Co lumbia, and open the upper river to transportation. In this latter work the governor's efforts will be ably seconded by Mr. Teal, who Is an en thusiast over river transportation. While in Pendleton, during the brief stop of No. 2, Governor Chamberlain decline to discuss the senatorial sit uation in this State in detail, declar ing simply that he felt no doubt but that the members elected to the Ore gon legislature by Oregon's people would stand by their pledges to the people. The governor expects to return to Oregon immediately following the convention, which concluded on De cember 11. II -1 4-1 3 I 0 1 I Why Pay for a WHOLE SUIT or OVERCOAT elsewhere, whe'n you can get the BEST here and only pay for HALF? Warm Overcoats $20 Values Cost You Here only $10.00 WANTS PAY FOR DIVORCE HE DID NOT PROCTRF. Although he Is proud of the honor of having secured more divorces than any other lawyer In the state of Ore .gon, perhaps in the United States, Peter West is not In the business for honor alone. This morning the at torney filed a suit against Mrs. Ella Allen on a note for $62.50 with attor ney's fees for collection at $25. Mrs Allen's desired divorce was not grant ed. The complainant appeareM with out her attorney's assistance and ask ed that tho action be dismissed. GRAND CHANCELLOR MOSER WILL VISIT PENDLETON Gus C. Moser, grand chancellor of the Knights of Pythias, and L. R. Stlnson, grand keeper of records and seal of that order, will be here next Monday evening upon a fraternal vis it to Damon Lodge No. 4. On the fol lowing day, December 8, they will vis It Hercules lodge at Milton. In honor of the grand lodge officers a full turnout of local Knights is re quested by Chancellor Commander Quinlan. An Informal reception will be held and a general good time Is assured. Woods Liver Medicine In liquid form regulates the liver, relieves sick headache, constipation, stomach, kid ney disorders and acts as a gentle laxative. For chills, fever and ma laria. Its tonic effects on the system felt with the first dose. The $1.00 bottle contains 2 times as much as the 50c size. Sold by A. C. Koeppen & Bros. Permit to Wed. A marriage license was granted this morning by Clerk Sallng to Fred Blckle and Miss Amy Gllpatrlck, both of this city. Charles McCleavy of Helix, was a business visitor In Pendleton today. KEP YOUR HEAD UNCOVERED. The Conuiant Wearlag of a Hat Proyo gates DandraT Germs. There are many men who wear thtli hats practically all the time when awake and are blessed with a heavy nhock o! hair; yet If the scalps of theso sa:ne men once became Infested With dandruff germs, the parasites would multiply nl the quicker for lack of air. Baldness would ensue as 'the .final result. New bro's Ilerplcldo kills there germs and stimulates unhealthy hair to abundant growth. Ilerplclde Is a pleasant halt dressing as well as a dandruff cur.) er.i contains not an atom of Injurious sub stance. Sold by leading (Irurtrlfts. Sm! 10c. In stamps for sample to The Ikrpl clde Co.. Detroit, ilka. Two (rise 10 cents and 11.00. A. C Koeppen A Bros. Stylish and Service able Clothing at $20 per suit, costs you here only $10.00 It All Goes Every Suit and Overcoat for Men and Boys, on our tables to be given half away. The original price plainly marked on each and every garment and we cut it in two right in the middle. Just one place in Pendleton where you can get these bargains. ROOSEVELT'S OSTON STORE COMPANY I, WILL DRILL EARLY THIS EVENING. In order to make It possible for members of the company to attend the theater this evening, Captain Dan P. Smythe has ordered that company L's regular drill commence at 7:15 this evening. The drill will com mence promptly at that hour and will be completed In time for those who desire to attend the theater to do 80. PILOT ROCK PUBLISHER MAKES FLYING VISIT. Ernest Ruppe, managing editor of the Pilot Rock Record during tho past few weeks, has been In the city today In the interest of that publication. He was In complete charge of the paper during tho absence of J. P. McManus from Pilot Rock. Since his return he U serving in tho capacity of business manager of the Record and will be with the paper until January 1. WOODMFN OF WORLD ELECT OFFICERS Valentine Ptroble, who has for many years been prominent In the work of that order, was last night elected consul commander by the Pen dleton camp, No. 42, W. O. W., at its annual election. Jack Huston was chosen A. L., Tims. Fltz Gerald bank er, J. P. Walker, clerk, J. P. Earl watchman. J. II. Cooley sentry, and A. J. Gibson manager, together with A. Zeuske and P. A. Anderson. Delirious Doogbnnta. If you like crisp, flaky doughnuts, richly browned, and yet with not a sus picion of greasincss, try tho following recipe by Mrs. Mary J. Lincoln: Heat one cup sugar and two eggs very light, add one tc.isioon melted Cottolenr. one cup aour milk, and one-fourth level teaspoon each of cinnamon and salt. Mix one-half level teaspoon soda and one scant teaspoon of baking powder with one cup flour, stir It In ami add more flour till stiff enough to roll out. Have as soft as pos sible to roll, one-third Inch thick. Cut Into rings nnd cook In hot, deep Cottolene. The fat should be hot enough for the dough to rlne to the top Immediately. Mesdames C. E. Baker, E. E. Doughnuts fricd'm'lard lie like lead Crawford and C. W. Kellogg of Her- on tne stomach; lard is indigestible. mlston, were visitors In Pendleton last Cottolene, on the contrary, makes food evening, on a trading mission. that even an infant can digest with case. ! Some Ape Plain 99 ( Somo are plain gold, with place for monogram, to he used fls a doc oration, while others have beautiful raised work, and some are ar tistically set with precious stones, but no matter which locket you select HERE you are certain to receive an exceptional value because our prices are the Moderate Profit kind. Solid Gold Locket, set with full cut diamond, Roman gold finish, space for 2 pictures, $12.60. Many are new lockets In the popular English finish. Winslow Bros. Jewelers Opticians Postoffice Block IKe R-E-Z SHOES Wear one pair and you will take no other. We are sole agents. THE MEN'S SHOP MAX BAER.