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DAILY EAST OREGOXIAX. PEVDLETOJf, OREGON. VKIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1911.
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We also are now showing a complete line of the new
1912 Edison Phonographs $15 and up.
We sell talking machines as low as $1.00 per week. Investi
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Talking Machines. Sheet Music
Portland, Ore., Nov. 10. Charles
Bennett, a Umatilla Indian, released
Tuesday from the county roekpile, af
ter serving 90 days sentence for bring
ing whiskey on a reservation, thinks
there is no charity in womankind.
Uennett look the pauper's oath sev
eral days ago and asked to be releas
ed, saying that he had no money with
which to pay his fine of $100 and
costs. He owns an allotment on the
Umatilla reservation but it is rented
for about $1.50 a year. Meanwhile
he wrote home to his kloochman, who
Is reputed to be rich, to send him a
little money for expenses, and to get
him home on.
He received her reply, which was
sent to him through the United States
marshal's office. The envelope con
tained Just $6.80i the exact fare to
"Klooch no trust me," Bennett re
marked disconsolately to Assistant
United States Attorney Evans when he
saw the amount of the enclosure. Mr.
Evans gave him a nickel for spending
money, which didn't seem to add to
Charley's happiness as might have
Aviation Worse Than Football.
New York, Nov. 10. "The only
thing in sport worse than football is
aviation," declared Charles W. Eliot,
president emerltous of Harvard, be
fore sailing for Europe. "Football is
too rough; It should he discontinued.
Every year young men of promise arc
crippled for life In the game.
"Aviation is worse, however, and
the army should do the perfecting of
aeroplane. They will be of great ue
there. The element of danger In avi
ation is the magnet for spectators it
Is demoralizing. People go to see the
flights to be on hand when the ex
pected accident occurs. Both football
and aviation are far worse than prizefighting."
DOES GUX MAKE 1IVXTER.
Novel Question to Conio Before Penn
Harrlsburg. Pa. Is hunting rabbits
with dogs for the purpose of training
the dogs (the owners having no guns
with them) "hunting in the eye of
the law? That is a question that
may have to be decided by the Dauph
in county court. Last Sunday four
.iiunters from Harrisburg took their
dogs to the fields of Paxtang towns-hip
to train them to hunt rabbits.
They had no guns and did not Intend
to catch or kill any game. They were
working the dogs f:nely on the nu
merous bunnies when the farmer on
whose place they wer operating ap
peared and ordered them away. They
declined to go and kept on until ttley
had given the dogs a lesson.
The farmer brought suit against
the four men for hunting with dogs
on Sunday and the case came before
Alderman Windsor hof the Fourt
ward. Secretary Ka'.bfus of the state
game commission was present, as was
the deputy game warden, who made
The plea was made that there was
no hunting, no matter whether the
men carried guns or not. The alder
man took that view of the case and
imposed a fine on the men. who at
once appealed and it will go to court.
1'risoo May Get Overall.
San Francisco, Nov. 10 Orval
Overall former pitching idol of .the
University of Californ'n, and for two
years a bulwark of strength on the
mound for the Chicago Cubs, may
pitch next season for the San Fran
cisco Seals if negotiations pending
today are brought to a successful Is
sue. Overall has been pitching wonder
ful ball In Stockton of late, and It Is
said that he has "come back as good
ns ever." Manager Frank Chance of
the Cubs is willing to have the deal
go through, and Overall is also very
willing to don a Coast league uniform.
To Investigate Sculping.
Cincinnati, Nov. 10. That the Na
t'onal baseball commission has ob
tained evidence regarding the charge
that ticket scalping was prevalent
during the recent world's series In
Now York and Philadelphia was indi
cated today when the commission def
in'tely decided to pursue an Invest!
A meeting will be held by the com
mission In New York on December
11. at which the result of the investi
gation will be announced.
, ; , jib &
Be (r0 ItetaUiis Title.
Chicago, Nov. 10. Alfred De Oro,
three cushion billiard champion, re
tained his title last night, winning the
third and last block of fifty points in
his 150 point match with George !
Wheeler. DeOro ran ' out In his
eighty-first inning with a grand to
tal of 150, against Wheeler's 109.
St. Petersburg possesses the largest today
bronze statue in existence that of
Peter the Great. It weighs 1000
AVolgust WnntH $15,000.
Chicago, Nov. 10. Fifteen thousand
dollars Is all Manager Tom Jones
wants to allow Ad Wulgast to box 30
minutes with Packey McFarland be
fore a New York club, according to
announcement among the fans here
Killed in Football Cnme.
Oconomowoc, Wis., Nov. 10.
i Thomsa Hicelns. atred 16. died here to.
It Is better not to know than to ; d v lth a fractUred skull sustained
know it wrong. in . f00tball eame vesterdav.
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and spices, call and ses us.
We carry a fine large stock composed of every
popular flavor, and blend our teas and coffees
to suit your individual taste.
Coupons given with every 25c purchase
Redeemable in our up-to-date China Dep't.
THIS IS PENDLETON'S GREATEST STORE FOR
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Glassware Porcelain Wara Crockery Enameled Ware
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Next to LivengoocTs R. J. Cresswell, Mgr.
. (Special Correspondence.)
.Stanfield, Ore., Nov. 10. There is
considerable activity in the alfalfa
hay business in this vicinity ju-t now,
several hundred tons having been
baled and shipped from this point.
Haling machines are j-st i 1 1 being kept
busy and there will be much more
shipped soon. Mo.-t of the hay Is be
ing consigned to Portland markets.
Frank Sloan was an Echo visitor
MIfs Cora Barringer is visiting rel
atives in Pendleton this week.
Mr.-. T. G. Smith visited Monday in
Curtis Tom and bride, who were
married at lleppner Junction Sun
day, stopped at Stanfield on their
return from Pendleton and visited
Mrs. Chas. Hoggard. The young cou
ple left here Tuesday for Ilufus,
where Mr. Tom Is engaged In farm
lnS. J. M. Hodges went to Jleppncr
Junction to attend the wedding of
Miss 'White and Curtis Tom.
Mrs. Geo. Corse was a . Pendleton
visitor this week.
Tho Umatilla Storage & Commission
company of StanflcH has Just receiv
ed from the- Hermlston branch a car
loaded with machinery for the new
feed mill which will be erected here.
At the regular weekly meeting of
the Stanfield Fruit Growers' associa
tion next Saturday Frank Sloan will
make a report of his trip to Ohio and
other eastern states, giving a com
parison of conditions there and on
the Pacific coast, espcVip.lly regard
ing dairying and fruit raising. Prof.
Carruth will furnis-h some special mu
sic for the occasion.
The Ladies' Aid society of Hope
Fresbyterian chuch met yesterday af
ternoon with Mrs. F. A. Raker.
Mayor James M. Kyle has returned
from an extended trip to Ohio and
oth-r eastern states.
J. M. and Glen Richards hav Jut
returned from a trip to Twin Falls,
Architect C. M. Hlmebaugh came
up from Umatilla ysterday on busi
ness connected with the completion
of the high school building here.
R. N. Stanfield has returned from
a business trip to Itaknr City.
, State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas
i County m.
Frank 3. Cheney make oath that he U
senior partner ot the firm of P. J. Cheney
& Co., doing bnalnesa Id the City of Toledo,
County and State aforesaid, and that aald
firm will pay the sum of ONB IIUNDRKO
IH)I.LAK8 for each and every caae of ca
tarrh that cannot be cured by the nee ot
Ball's Catarrh Cere.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
I Sworn to before me and aabacrloed In my
pretence, tble Utb day of December, A. I.,
I Seal A. W. GLKAHON,
1 TTall'a Catarrh Cnre Is taken Internally,
and acta directly on the blood and fucone
surfaces of the system. Send for teetl
P. J. CtlKNKT & CO., Toledo, O
Hold br all ImikL'lata. 7ft.
Take rjell'a Family Pills for constipation
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By BRa GKAY
Now at Lhe
The Doctors are fully prepared to do all kinds of modern and
up-to-date dental work. Thoso desiring work done this coming
week should call early and secure engagements.
Read One Mere cf the Scores cf Tes
timonials from Home Pec pie
Pendleton, Ore., Oct. 24, 1911.
To the Public: I heartily recommend to you Dr. Gray's
method of extracting teeth ABSOLUTELY without pain.
For several yeans I have been a sufferer from scvero at
tacks of neuralgia caused by bt'eayed teeth. I consulted den
tists In Spokane and Portland, but owing to a diseased condi
tion of the heart, I could not have chloroform or ether ad
ministered, and they positively refused to extract the, teeth
without the aid of one or tho other of these anesthetics.
When I called upon Dr. Gray in his apartments in the
Bowman Hotel he convinced me that I could take Vitalized
Air without Injury, and he extracted four teeth for me so
quickly and painlessly that I scarcely realized they were out.
Let me assure you that Vitalized Air is Just what Dr. Gray
tells you It Is. There Is no smothering sensation or unpleas
antness when it la being administered, no repulsive odor, and
NO bad after effects.
I take great pleasure n offering this tribute, unsolicited,
to Dr. Gray's painless mothod of extracting teeth, and the
speed and. efficiency with which he accomplishes it.
Very Respectfully Yours,
MABEL YOUNG WARNER.
801 Llllcth Stroet, Pendleton, Ore.