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PAILY BAST ORFOOXIAN, PKyDLETON1, ORFQON, FIUDAV, SEPTKMTtKn 13. 1014 .
are the land that make
friends for tlaa sjroeerv. But
ter of the real creamery kind,
cheese that is full cream and
eggs that are really strictly
fresh. Give this department
a trial You will like it we
know. All particular people
STANDARD GROCERY GO.
Court and Johnson Sts.
Where all are Pleased
! Newsy Notes of Pendleton
(.rmin Cmbf Is Sunk.
BKltLJN, via Copenhagen, via Lon
don, SM-pt IS It is officially an
nounced that fn the morning of Sep
ItmWr IS the small fruiscr Hela was
nurik l-y a torpedo from a hostile sub
marine. Almost the whole of the crew were
The Orroan cruiser Hela was a
nmcll protected cruiser of 2400 tons.
Fhe was 2:s feet long and carried a
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crew of ITS men. Her armament was
not heavy, consisting chiefly of light
i. - . . ...
" noiaoie mat tne Hela wad
sunk by a submarine just as the Brit
ish cruiser Pathfinder was sent to the
bottom by a German submarine, and
it is probable that this was a re
prisal on the part of the British for
the loss of the Pathfinder. It Is not
announced where the Hela was sunk.
(irr mans in Africa Taken.
LONDON. Sept. IS. A dispatch
from Cape Town to Reuter's Tele
RTaph company says that the fourth
outh American mounted rifles, com
manded by Colonel Paetson, after
two night marches, surprised the Ger
man force which had occupied a drift
SO m;ies from Steinkopf in Nama-1-ind.
After a sharp skirmish the
Germans were compelled to surren
der. Another Cape Town dispatch re
ports that the action took place at
Raman's Drift, an Important strate
New OffU-or .Mintcd. .
Night Officer Lou Baker yesterday
tendered his resignation to Chief of
Police John Kearney and Al Byron
was appointed to succeed him.
Auto Hotel Una Arrives.
The Pendleton Hotel's auto bus for
use in hauling patrons to and from
the debot has arrived and today Is In
operation aa the first auto bus In the
city. It Is a beautiful car of the Win.
horses and In the course of a half
block brought the team to a halt.
Athena Lots Sold.
A deed filed today records the sale
of lots 1, 3. i, 4, 5 and t of block 10,
Klrk'a second addition to Athena.
Jane Bornoudy Arrives,
Jane Bernoudy, the pretty little
fancy roper who was one of the fea
tures at the Round-up last year and
who Is under contract again this year
arrived this morning from California.
She will be a guest at the home of
Mrs. W- C. E. Pruitt
Girls Jumped Board Bill.
Leaving a board bill of five dollars
in Walla Walla unpaid, two young la
dies arrived In Pendleton this morn
ing and were met at the depot by
Deputy Sheriff James Estes. Sheriff
Toner of Walla Walla notified the lo
cal officers to meet the girls. Rather
than be sent back to Walla Walla,
the girls paid the five dollars.
Visiting in Walla Walla.
Miss Eleanor Vincent Is a guest at
the home of Mrs. M. J. Wilkenson in
City Blooms Willi Decorations.
The work ot clothing Pendleton in
festal robe for Round-up week is go
ing ahead despite the stormy weath
er and already the appearance of the
city is very gay. Not only are the
streets flying flags, streamers and
banners but many of the stores and
other business houses are already
wau roucKi ox i:x;l.m
BY HltOKEX FAITH
An Army of Deserters
On an average of 750 members of
Uncle Sam's standing army desert
each month, according to local offi
cers who receive a circular telling of
each desertion. On Tuesday of this
week the local police received 102 of
these circulars and on Monday 4S
This morning another big batch came
Officer After Truants.
John Hailey, Jr., who is the county
truant officer. Is today sending out
notices to a number of parents over
the county instructing them to send
their children to school or suffer the
consequences. Several aggravated i
cases have teen reported to him and
he intends punishing the offenders If
they refuse to comply with the law.
Brother Visits Here.
W. C. Funk, a brother of1 Deputy
Sheriff a. C. Funk, is spending a few
days here. He is connected with the
agricultural department of the Unit
ed States In the capacity of gatherer
of farm statistics His home is in
Pennsylvania but he comes to Pendle
ton from California. He will make
a tour of the farm lands of this coun
Bound Over to Grand Jury.
Art Peterson and James Wilson
Jv-es riot to Start noly War.
MILAN". Italy, Sept 18. The Seolo
confirms the reports of the discov- j were yesterday bound over
cry by the Italian authorities of a plot
by German emissaries to stir up the
Mohammedans in Tripoli to a holy
war. It is said the plan was intend
ed to assure Italy's permanene neu
trality by occupying her attention with
UiliZ internal troubles in Tripoli.
Storm Hits Walla Walla.
That the heavy wind and rain
storm which has prevailed in Pendle
ton - today etrnck Walla Walla w ith
great force and thoroughly drenched
that town -was the report received at
11.30 this morning over the telephone.
The report states that a veritable gale
was blowing there and the rain poured
down. It is believed the storm will
seriously interfere with the fair in that
city. The wild west feature of the
Walla Walla fair commenced yester
day afternoon and was witnessed by
about 60i)0 or 7000 people, accord
ing to local people who were present.
The show itself dragged considerably
and was devoid of thrills or strong
features, according to these reports.
Pendleton. Walla WalU. Rmiw and Budweuer Bottled Be
Cool and Sparkling Beer on Draught.
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
517 MAIN STREET BREDING. HANSEN O MILLER
Sunpoenaed to PortI.tnd.
The morning malls brought unwel
come news to Officers Alex Manning
i and John Russell and Suot E L.
grand jury by Justice of the Peace1 f?? the Indlan cy.
... - - - . . lit contained snbooenaea fnK ihm
rarses on a cnarge or larceny. Tney
contained subpoenaed for them t
appear before the federal grand Jury
In Portland on September 22. The
presence of all Is much needed In
Pendleton- during Round-up week and
they will answer with much regTet.
Thai' tvna4 -hi. . ,
a hlrh enmriafAH rf M.ithfn9 M..b.t. ' ' w u, rtriurn ea-
razirs and other small article were'vf nt-rtlnaer w
.. have to return on Frldav niehf "
Involving violations of the laws pr
are alleged to have robbed the cook
house of Albert Bowlsby on Wednes
day night and was arrested at the de
pot a short time afterward by Offi
cers Russell and Scheer. The loot.
"Happy Canyon" Mint' Ope". !
A money manufactating plant Is In
operation In Pendleton' today and
currency Is being turned out In large
quantities. The curreacy ls the "1'
Buck" notes which will' be used ex-
i clusively as a medium of exchange In
"Happy Canyon" during Round-up
week. The cuts of the special litho
graphing for the notes arrived this)
morning and the printers were lm
mediately set to work. The notesv
printed in green are clever Imitation
f real currency.
Mrs. C. E. Patton
Invested in a concrete cellar. Just completed, to insure f newt, qaatlty
groceries to our trade la only a portion of the advantage offered to
JOHN W. DYER. GROCERYMAN
We call attention to the excellent line of fresh vegetables, fruits,
and produce In our store.
THE EAST END GROCERY
Phone 536 East Alta Strtt
otmclImen BVct Levy
Chairman Joe Ell of the-levy eom-
mittee of the council and Councilman
D. D. Phelps-, John Vaughan and E.
J. Murphy, spent yesterday afternoon
fn thoroughly Inspecting the levy
along the river. From one end" to
the other they examined it and found
that It needed' repairing In- several
places north of the pump house and
north of Mill street. Accordingly
,Fred Stickler was given the contract tent
this morning of doing the necessary
work. The cost of the repairs will
not exceed J 25T. The couneil is tak
ing- these precautions against' possCble-
higft water during the wlnSer.
hlbltlns the sale of liquor to Indians
w ill be up before the grand Jory and
the local' men- are aeeded at witness-es.
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No matter what you want you
can buy it for less at The Golden Rule Store.
; WHAT ABOUT SHOES?
You will need them bo let us save you 25 jcr cent ou your foot
wear. Detter look them over.
John Galsworthy, England's great
et modern author, who In nr impas
sioned statement lays the entire blame
for (he prvsent European eruption at
Germany's door. Galesworthy's fame
as n profound thinker assures deep
consideration of anything ho has to
say throuKhout the English speaking
Men's Crosctte slioes, a stamp
ed $7.00 shoes, the Golden
Kiilo price only $5.90
Men's Crossetto and Regent
tihoes in black, tan and nia
hopiny, a $5.00 and $0.50
shoe priced at only $3.98,
Another lino of shoes wo save
von money on is special val
ues at. ?219, ?2.9S
Boys' shoes for school wear
and now is the time to hny
thorn at ?2.25, ?2.69,
The cheaper shoes for .boys
have all the wear you will
expect and priced at onlv.
$1.49, ?1.69, $1.98
Ladies' patent leather button
boot with new kidney heel
and brocaded vesting top
you would expect to pay $5
for no better one, our price
Ladies' patent, gun metal or
viei shoes in button or lace,
li'cht also heavy sole at
The cheaper shoes have simp
and wear, in kid,, patent nr
gnu metal at ?1.79,
Growing girl shoes for school
miss, and now is the time to
buy before tfie school bell
rincs $1.9S, $2.25, and
Children's slices 98, $1.25,
H YOU CAX DO
1 1 1 111
when Emperor William was born,
Lewis Langvlsch Von Der Haydl died
" at the state hospital for the Insane In
telephone to' police headquarters re- Sa,n a "
cently. j According to the asylum nuthori-
The emergency wagon, manned tics, who believe the story, Von Der
with sergeants, patrolmen and a de- Ma'dl lcft Germany after a quarrel
tective. was rushed to the home of wlth h, father "d came to America.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tyner, 121 East Tn ""thorltles never .corrcspondod
Vermont street, the address given ov- w lln hu --ltivosi as ho never gave
er the elepllone their addresses. If he has any living
True, a cry of "murder" had been H wa mmltted & county
heard. It hud been uttered by Mrs. """ ,",r!, a,fo and was Parano1'3'
Hyner, who was suffering from night-; ,uffer1n wllh a Aeirt t0 klU'
mare. ' Her shout awakened Un M. I The body is being held at the asy-
E. Cole of Nashville, lad., a state falr',um t0 await instructions from John1
visitor, and she thought she saw a A.iein, a Ldi uruirao incnu.
burglar running from the house, j
There was coasiderable excitement' Htmtlncton SivVooU Open,
thereabouts for some time. I HL'XTiyGTOX Ore.. Sept. 18.-
Sergeants Flcteher aid Murphy, de-! Fchool opened for regular work Mon-
teetlve Kort and Patrolmen Finney i day mom hi g. enrollment comparing
wn-d Feeney rinal'.y pacISied the neigh-; favorably with last year, which show,
ed a large. Increase over the' preced
ing year. Expensive improvement
have been made oh the school
grounds by the board. All walks are
cement, with concrete walla fencing;
the grounds, which have been graded
and sown with grass seed. Principal
Sturgtll afain has charge of the stud
ies, assisted by four other teachers.
The district has also opened a branch
school at Gypsum for the accommo
dation of pupils living at a distance.
Decorated by the Cxar.
PETUOGltAD. Sept. IS. The cxar
has made King Albert of Belgium and
Crown Plnce Alexander chevaliers of
the Russian Order of Ft. George for
gallantly on the battlefield.
Wages of agricultural laborers lit
Japan have doubled In the last it
Dud F.vaiw Had" Harrf frfirk.
Dudley Evans, former Pendleton
boxing promoter who left this city
when his creditors became clamorous,
had hard luck in stagmg his north
west amateur boxing contest in Wal
la Walla last evening, according to
reports in the Walla WalTa Union
ft this morning. Originally he had
arranged to stage the bouts in the
fair pavilion' and: yeatentoy afternoon
changed his plans and got out circu
lars announcing the bouts had been
changed to Germanla Hall on account
of the rain. About half an hour be
fore the time for opening: Mayor GI1
lis announced ne-would" not permit the
bouts in the city and Evans was
forced to go back to the park and
build a temporary platform. It was
9 o'clock before the bouts srarted and
only a small bunch of fans were pres-
Warnins tii'ven Aviator. j
WASHINGTON. Sept. IS. Aviators,
in the northern part t the I'nlted '
flutes were warned' today to be care
ful not to cross tlsv bonber Inr Can
ada daring the war This explanation
was Issued by the state department:
"The department has been advised
by the American Conauf-GeneuI at
Montreal rhat an aeroplane was re
cently fired on by Canadian griards
w hile near the Long Sault CanaL This
vaa done, the Consul-Geawrar stated.
In compliance with a general order
of the Dominion grvernnnt regard-
ln the use of aircraft in Canada."
"Murder" But STlgfrfmarev
i.uiA.Aruus, Sept. lg.r
"There's a murder out here on Ver
mont street," came a voice over the
Halts Runaway Brewery Wagon.
Is the sight of quarters ct:ttl asn
ber brew, "BiH" Bailey is a hero to
day. He prevented a terrlW catas
trophe from befalling and he dl it
at the risk or his life. TMe team
hiched to the wagon of the Pendleton
brewery dashed down Main- street
this morning and there was Imminent
danger that the kegs of refreshment
aboard would he lost and' thus pro
duce a beer famine in the city.
i Whether inspired by this fear or guid
ed by impufse only. Bailey dMhed
into the street, seized the hits erf the.
SAYS V. S. SHOULD TAKE STEPS
TO EX0 EUROPKAX WAR
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Xty DER HAVPI IS
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a general in the Franco-Prusslam and
Boer- wars, and to have stol guard
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Judge Elbert H. Gary, the steel mil
lionaire. Just returned from war
stricken Europe, says that the United
Ftates should do,. everything in Its
power to end the European conflict
"The dentructlon of property aggre
gating billions of dollars will be felt
throughout the world," he says.
Mary Pickford in
"All on Account of the Milk"
One Reel Biograph Comedy
Kathlyn Williams in Selig Two Part Feature
"The Speck on the Wall"
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