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East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, September 07, 1915, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Image 8

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Newsy Notes of Pendleton
Chase & Sanborn's
leal Brand Co
We will gladly refund your money if not
sati-fied with a trial can. We mean this.
1 lb. Tins Steel Cut 45c
2 lb. Tin Steel Cut 85c
3 lb. Tins Steel Cut $1.25
5 lb. Tins Steel Cut $2.00
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
Visiting llrother Here. Marriage License Issued
Cheron Fell, a former resident of; Jesse D. Mollrov and Ina Iwler
Pendleton, has arrived from his of this county, secured a marriage 11
present home in Mastedon. Alaska, to cense today. ,
visit his brother, George Fell.
l!i Appointed Administrator.
Young Tillman Improving. E. F. Averlll has been appointed
Hoy Tillman, who suffered the loss administrator of the estate of the
of an arm Saturday while trying toi'll'e H. S. Moss.
steal a ride on a train,
be improving steadily
is reported to
at the hos-
Two Thones, 28.
823 Main St.
Round-up Dates, September 23-24-25.
Athena Hunters to Mountains.
A party of Athena hunters, com
posed of William Winship, well
known hardware merchant. Ralph B
McEwen and Hubert and Leslie Mun-
dell, passed through Pendleton last
evening In two Fords for the moun
tains of the south end of the county.
They intend going on into the Burns
country, pitching their camp wherever
there are Indications of game.
Ilodslilre to Renin in Here.
Rev. C. A. Hodshire,tpastor of the
Methodist church for the past few
years, will remain In Pendleton for
another year. He has just returned
from Spokane where he attended the
annual conference of the church at
which the assignments of pastorates
were made. Rev. Hodshlre is very
pleased to remain here and his
friends are just as pleased to learn
of the action of the conference.
Before You Let Any Con
crete Work
It will pay you to see
Thone 536. Pendleton, Ore.
Bank Cull Issued.
comptroller of the currency today Is
sued a call for a statement of the
condition of national banks at the
close of business September 2.
To Improve H. S. Grounds.
At an informal meeting of the
school board last evening, it was vot
ed to advertise for bids at once for
the grading of the high school
I ndfrgoes Olieration.
Hiss Itol Southwell, who lives near
Pilot Rock, this morning underwent
an operation for appendicitis at St.
Anthony's hospital.
Uoeoverimr froni operation.
S. C. Peterson, a brother' of P. C
Peterson, is recovering from an oper
ation which he recently underwent at
St. Anthony's hospital.
"Billy"' Walters Improving.
"Billy" Walters, who was serigusly
Injured in an auto accident last week,
Is ported to be Improving In a sat
manner at the hospital.
Associated tWitios Meeting.
A meeting of the Associated Chari
ties of Pendleton will be 'held this
evening at 7 o'clock In the city hall
to make preparations tor the fall and
winter work.
Gets Fifteen Days.
Roy Rounds, arrested Saturday aft
er robbing his
this morning given fifteen days , in I
jau on a charge of disorderly con
Round-Up Will Soon Be Here!
and you will want a new
Tailored Suit, Coat
or Dress
Our assortment is complete, we have never shown such
values in Ladies' Ready-to-Wear. Better look them over
before the selection is broken. You'll find them here at
about half their real value.
Tailored Suits in blues, greens and browns, all wool serg
es or poplins, priced at $9.0, $12.50, $14.75, and
If you want something in a better suit get one of these at
about half you would pay elsewhere, $22.50, $25.00
and $27.50.
Coats, why pay $40 to $60 for a coat when you can get
the same value at the Golden Rule store at $22.50
and $25.00.
Other coats equally good values at $9.00, $12.50,
$14.75, $16.50.
Silk Dresses, also Silk and Wool Combination Dresses,
why pay double the price we ask $4.08, $5.90, $7.90
and $12.50.
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grounds preparatory to beautifying reste(l by the police
For Drawing Gun.
Ray was this morning
a charge of
them. It was also voted to give to "rawing a gun upon T. B. Johnson
R. W. Hatch the contract for repair-jat,d sons. He will stand trial in po
ing the gallery of the high school au-;licp court this afternoon,
ditorlum, It having sagged a little !
Richard C. Lawrence of this city was!-o Change in Condition.
given the position of janitor at the
JC- Prnnrv-Co tnc -
S2S0 acres near the Blue Mountain Forest Reserve; allott
ment for two bands of sh?ep. Water piped into a two story
4 room house. Fine spring close to two barns, good family
orchard. Stream runs through premises. SO acres bo.tom
land, together with tillable bench land, produces sufficient
feed for stock in winter. This ranch is adapted to any kind
of stock. ii tons of hay goes with this ranch at $10 per
acre. Easy terms. If not sold in September, it is off the
E. T. WADE, Pendleton, Ore.
high school and Guy Cook will be re
tained to superintend the heating and
To the exact requirements of each
case. Lenses duplicated in a few
minutes. Prices for glasses very
D&le Rothwell,
Exclusive Optician
American Nat. Bank Bldg.
Phone 609.
The condition of Fred Hill, Birch
creek farmer whose back was brok
en Sunday and who suffered other
injuries when his clothing became
caught In the flywheel of a gasoline
engine, is reported unchanged today.
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Conimittnl to Hospital.
County Judge Marsh today ordered
Mike Toohey committed to the East
ern Oregon State Hospital when Dr.
D. J. McFaul pronounced him insane.
Aiconoiism Is aslgned as the cause
of his insanity.
Shoot I in; Gallery Prop. Arrested.
The proprietor of the shouting gal
lery in the Taylor cigar store on Main
street was arrested today for adver
tising cash prizes for contests, con
trary to the city ordinances.
Child Dies on Birthday.
Early this morning Dr. I. V. Tem
ple was hurriedly called to Meacham
to attend the two year oid child of a
family named Burgen living on the
old Marple place. Before he arrived,
the little one had died of spasms
brought on by dysentery. The child
1 was just two years old today.
2 l-S Pound Girl Born.
One of the tiniest babies born in
Pendleton for a long time was the
little girl that arrived Sunday morn
ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Brtl
r.o Mack on Matlock street. The lit
tle one weighed only two and a half
pounds but Is reported to be doing
25 Are Registered.
The city's registration books were
opened yesterday by John Halley, jr.,
in the city council room to give voters
a chance to register for the December
election. At 2 o'clock this afternoon
25 had registered. City Recorder
j Thomas Fitz Gerald was the first to
register when the books opened yes
terday morning.
tend by Mrs. Ray becaus of his long
friendship with her husband. The
girl Injured In the accident was not
his daughter but a relative, Miss
Louise Williams of Portland, She
died later in the day at Portland. His
own daughter was in another car
with the Williams family. Later re
ports state that he had driven his
car on to the track and upon seeing
the train round a curve, had revers
ed his engine and tried to back oft.
The engine stalled and there was no
time to leap then. Mrs. Ray and their
son escaped by Jumping. J
The slanting Instead of the vertical
system of handwriting has been rec
ommended for the schools of France
by the teaching section of a scientific
society In that country.
Wood for sale.
Phone 650.
75 cents load,
I will not be responsible for any
debts contracted unless by my written
Pendleton, Ore.
Dated Septomber S, 1915. (Adv.)
We grind our own lensea.
Mrs. t.honnli'y Passes Away.
Mrs. Laura Ghormley of Helix,
who has been confined to St. An
thony's hospital for the past week,
died last night, death having been
caused frmn chronic Bright's disease.
The body w ill be taken to Helix to- i
morrow and the funeraf will be held j
there. Deceased was well known and i
highly respected in her home town. I
She is survived by several sons and
COSY Jhmim
Today and Tomorrow
One Big' Lhiig'h from Start to Finish
in a two part Keystone comedy
fl Rascal's Dollish Uays"
VIVIAN RICH in & Gripping two-part
American Drama
A Reliance Drama in 1 Reel
in 2 acts
A Howl!
A Laugh!
A Scream!
Mary Nas-h tlie Proa d way Favorite in The Knickerbocker
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William Tompkins WETi Filed.
The will of the late William Tomp
kins of Athena was admitted to pro-S
hate today. By its terms he leave i -
practically the whole of his estate to H
his widow during her lifetime and ;
provides that, at her death a iiuar-js
ter section of wheat land shall go, 5
to each of the children. John, W. R.,!s
James Wesley and Lillian Penrose ; E
Tompkins and eight acres each to the's
two children, Clara Jane Woodruft
and Mable f.'oppock. The estate Is
estimated to be worth J50.000.
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Round-tip souvenir on Lusllanla Vio
I tim.
One of the victims of the submarine
! sunk steamship "Lusltanla" was
! wearing a Round-up souvenir watch
I fob, according to a letter received
this morning by Hamley & Co., from
i officials of the Cunard Steamship
; Co. It was one of the pendant In
; the shape of the prize ' Round-up
i saddle and was made by the Ham-
leys. The letter states that the bod5
i on which It was found was washed
j ashore at Loop Head July 17 and has
j not been identified. The name en
; graved on the watch was John Ilnn
! f ock. The body was burled at Kll
i trilling graveyard. The Hamleys have
j no record of the thousands of ou
j venlrs which they sold, and conse
I nuently can throw no light on the
Identity of the body.
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leaves to Attend Inqiicwt.
Will M. Peterson left for Portland
on No. 17 today to attend the Inquest
over the body of Charlea W. Ray,
former Frcewater postmaster who
wag Instantly killed yesterday near
Troutdale when his auto was (truck
by the special train bearing the "Port
land Ad Club to the Columbia high
way festivities. He was asked to at-
The Supreme Emotional Actress
Dorothy Donnelly
Star of "Madame X"
In An Absorbing Tale of the Wild
An elaborate story of the book of the same name by Hulbcrt Footner.
A rugged romance of the untrodden north, in 5 acts and 274 scenes.
Wonderful photography; Intense dramatic action; the first of the Metro
De Luxe productions.
THURSDAY House Peters and Mable Van Buren in a return of "THE
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