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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. PEN
ON, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1. 1915.
Special 3 lbs. for
Newsv Notes of Pendleton
Van in with TMtioM-
Frank Wahler. lineman for lh
local telephone plant, ha bean con
fined to his horn on Walnut stret
for more than a week with typhoid
fever and la Mill seriously 111. Hli
physicians declare he cannot HHM
work for six weeks under the beat
lira Chief Ktnggold Induced hlra to
talk to the local fireman on method
of fire prevention. Ha talked to
them yesterday afternoon and cava
th Pendleton fire fighters some val
I SHOES! Belter Shoes for Less Money SHOES! f
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of our great buying power for 83 busy stores which guarantee you a: saving of 25 per
"Mi iw yuu get i mi miuv sausi aciivri.
Talks on Rn PrewnUon.
Yesterday Captain F. W Roberts
of Company No. It PortlanJ Fire
DsaaiUIIHIt. visited in Tendleton and
I'naalMna Improved Today.
There Is a noticeable Improvement
in the condition of Sam K. Thompson
today, according to his physicians.
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
W. H. HILL
WM. C HANSCOM.
We grind our own lenses.
Two Phones. 28
823 Main St.
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J. E. MULLINIX,
LAST CHANCE TODAY
When Helen's husband came back from the grave and she was married to Sir Michael
what should she have done?
t i WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS THE ANSWER IN
The Vampire Woman
A 6 ACT FOX PHOTOPLAY SUPREME.
Coming Sunday V. L. S. E. Big Four
Ml i if
in Six Acts
suit to Ooileri
Cray Bros, this morning filed suit
against U P. Fraker to collect on a
note for J50( altered to have heen ex
ecuted to E. C. Johnson and assigned
to plaintiff. Carter tk Smyth filed
the complaint for the plaintiff.
Moving to Toiu'liot.
Albert Harala. of Adams. Is mov
ing to Touchet. Wash., where he has
i farming property and Will locate for
i the future. His family is still at Ad
jams but will follow him shortly to
Sept. Itaiiilull Beta Normal.
The total rainfall for the month of
September was .St of an inch, accord
ing to the statistics kept by E. F.
Averill. and this Is considerably be
low normal for that month. A few
drops of rain fell last night and more
rain has been threatened today. I
Why pay $4 and $5 for ladles'
shoes when you get the same
value at the Golden Rule
store in patent, gun metal or
vici at 92.98, $3.50
Dont forget for real hard
wear and yet look good we
give you shoes at $1.98,
Growing girls' shoes, sizes 2Vs
to 6, low heel and broad
toes in gun metal or patent,
try a pair and be a Golden
Rule store shoo customer,
$1.98, $2.49, 82.98.
Misses' shoeain gun metal, vi
ci or patent, every pair built
for wear 91.15, 91.49,
91.69, ?i98. 92.49.
Children's shoes for the little
tots with bender feet at 49f ,
69 98t. 91.15.
Boys' shoes that will stand the
rough and tumble wear, at
91.49, 91.69, 91.98.
Men's show in button or lace,
black or tan, all the easy fit
ting lasts at a saving of more
than a dollar, at 92.49,
92.98, 93.50, 93.98.
YOU OAM DO
Man-tain- LtrtMH Numerous.
September was the banner month
of the year for Cupid, a total of 32
marriage licenses having been issued
during the 3 ft days of the month. Oc
tober started with one today, a license
having been secured by Kanchelr F.
Francis, a farmer of this city, 3S, and
iLola C, Howard of this city. 2S.
sheriff Locates His Bound,
Sheriff T. D. Taylor today located
his missing bloodhound at Pilot Rock.
The animal had followed Andy Sul
livan from the city and Mr. Sullivan
had left it In Pilot Rock as he was
passing through. The Item In the
paper last evening enabled the sheriff
to get trace of the missing dog.
New (.rand Jury is Drawn
A new grand jury was drawn this
morning and immediately went into
session to consider the few criminal
cases which have accumulated since
the adjournment of the last grand
jury. The most important of these
cases is that against John Richard
son, charged with the murder of J
T. Owings. and this case Is being con.
sldered today. The members of the
jury are John Banister, foreman. E.
U McBroom, C. P. Bowman. O, W.
Staggs. M. B. Keys, B. I). Thorp and
J. N. York.
Tax Season Is Over.
The open season on taxes closed
yesterday evening and those paying
hereafter will be required to contrib
ute a ten per cent penalty and Inter
est at the rate of one per cent per
month. According to Deputy Sheriff
A. C. Funk, the collection this" year
will compare very favorably with that
of former years. During the last five
days he collected over 1130,000. It
will be several days, however, before
he can tell with any degree of accu
racy the percentage of the collection
Dos Case on Trial.
Frank Sams of Weston Is today on
trial in the circuit court on a charge
of shooting the dog of T. C. McCaus
land of Weston, the formal charge be
ing malicious destruction of property.
McCausland accuses young Sams of
shooting the dog while it was at home
and alleges there was no provocation.
Sams, in his defense, charges that the
dog attacked his own dog. which la
smaller, and had on several other oc
casions bitten this same dog. He shot
In defense of his own animal, he de
clares. R. D. Peterson Is representing
him and Deputy Prosecuting Attor
ney R. L Keator is prosecuting the
Formerly The Cosy
World Film Corporation Presents
JANET BEECHER in
The famous play of woman's vanity and man's weakness
BY EUGENE WALTER
A Warning to Extravagant Wives
Driven by his wife's importunities, Bob Reynolds passes on an in
ferior cement for the construction of the Pecos Dam. The dam bursts
and a city is swept away as the results of a woman's desire for "Fine
See this great play and hear our 3 piece orchestra. 15c and 5c
See Our Ad For Saturday and Sunday
Ml-- Young Is Here.
Miss Harriet Young, formerly in-1
structor of piano in Pendleton, has
returned from a three years course of
study in Berlin and will resume her
classes here. She is to open a studio
next Tuesday. Miss Young was in
Berlin for two years prior to the war
and for a year under war conditions,
so had some remarkable opportuni
ties to observe conditions. She re
turned via Norway and on the trip
no hardships were encountered but
the gauntlet of officials looking for
spies had to be run many times. In
Berlin, says Miss Young, no annoy
ances were offered of consequence to
herself or friends, but It was advls.
able to talk only German as the Eng
lish language and those speaking it
were held in disfavor. This applied
to Americans as well at English. How
ever she has much regard for the
flermans and particularly for German
schools. She finds people more free
and broader in America than in any
country of Europe.
Te sophs of the 'IS class met iast
night to organize for the ensuing
year. Officers were elected and
short talks were made to encourage
the members to support class work
and organization. The following of
ficers were elected: President, Earl
Snyder; vice president, Emily Car
ney; secretary and treasurer, tora
f'ahlll; committeeman at large, Clay
The managers of the different ath-!
letlrs were also elected. Theodore
Heyden, manager of basketball and
Charlie Willis manager of football.
The sophs show great spirit In sup
porting the athletics of the high
school and have set their minds on
taking class championships this year. .
The United States Income tax In
the last fiscal year yielded I79.S2S,-
The Alta Theatre
The Beautiful and Youthful
THE PUPPET CROWN
With Carlyle Blackweil
An elaborate picturization of Harold McGrath'a romance.
The fascinating romance of a beautiful Princess who loses a throne but
wins an American husband.
Ina Claire, who will be remembered as having been seen in the "Wild Goose
Chase" here recently, is given still more remarkable opportunity in "The Pup
pet Crown." This also serves to introduce as a Lasky artist Mr. Orlyle Black
well, one of the most famous photo dramatic stars.
MARGUERITE CLARK, in "Seven Siter," also Paramount Travelogue No. 4.