DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1915.
ONLY TWO GAMES OF
NATIONAL IMPORT ON
SCHEDULE FOR TODAY
OODGATICfi III t, i TACKIK -
Yes, we can all be thankful you for the comfort and
pleasure you are enjoying by wearing
915 to $30
and we for the gratifying patronage that has made these
I endleton'g most popular clothes.
Pendleton' Leading Clothiers.
crsTOM or pdavim. big foot
HAM. O.V RtANKSGIVING
is DYING OCT.
Pennsylvania Meets Cornel ut phi la-
dclphia for Teat of strength and
lYiiiisUvnnla state Will Kelt
Pittsburg at PUtsborg Brracme
Keen Montana In the West,
Fresh Every Day
Served at our
tables and sold
to the trade.
The Quelle Restaurant
Exclusive distributing depot in Pendleton for
FALT'S sea foods.
I'oor to gee
attendanoa figures fur the
Pacific Exposition passed the l
000 mark. There remains practically
16 days In which the exposition maj
reach the 1 8. 000, nun mark net for it
by the officials some time ago.
Kvery person In San FruncUco too
POor to afford to buy a ticket to the
exposition will he admitted free on a
day set apart Patrolmen on every
lent liegan taking the names of such
a.-- have not seen the exposition.
Ur.tisii Writer i rimed.
MDOK, .Nov. 24. j t. W
formerly English correspondent
York Call, pleaded gull
Buxton police court where
Pennsylvania vs. Cornell (1
Pcnn State vs I'lttsburg a
Brawn vs. Carlisle at Provi
W. & J. vs. Lehigh at Wash
I.afayette vs. Iiickinson, al
P. & u.
M .. :.. .
Ames vs. Drake at
Denver vs. Aggies, at Fort
Akron vs. Kenyn at Akron.
Cafe vs. Western Reserve, at
South Dakota vs. Cheighton.
at i imaha
THE CHEAPEST FUEL
ORDEB YOUR WINTER'S SUPPLY NOW AT THE
SPECIAL PRICE OF
IN FIVE TON LOTS FOR CASH AT GAS PLANT.
THIS OFFER FOR NOVEMBER.
Pacific Power & Light Company
he was placed on trial on a charge f
Infringing the defense of the realm
act. to writing a letter printed In the
Call, "containing statements likely
to interfere with th
majesty s fores."
He was fined $125 In defense Of
hl anti-militarist articles hi- said he
was a Quaker and wrote from reli
BY" OEOROE P. HOLMES.
(United Press Staff Correspondent. I
N'i:V YORK, Xov. 25. The slow
ly dying custom of olavln hie f,,.,t-
games on Thanksgiving is re
in today's schedule. Only
WE OBSERVE THIS
THANKSGIVING DAY NOT
ALONE FOR THE PEACE
AND PROSPERITY OF TO
DAY, BUT IN COMMEMOR
ATION OF THE STURDt
PIONEERS WHO MADE THIS
DAY AND COUNTRY POSSIBLE.
C . ABE i. l
Word of Worde
It Is written Into life's expectations that
motherhood is ihe oue sublime accom
plishment. And If
there is anything, do
natter how simple,
buw apparently trivial
It may seem, If It can
aid, help, assist or In
any way comfort the
expectmt mother. It Is
n blcsslnf. And sneh
Is a remedy called
You apply It over the
stomach muscles. It la
gently rubbed on the
surface, and makes
Hi.. mitcl. ll
this relieves the strain on Moments, natural
expansion takes place without undue effect
upon the nerves. And as the time ap
proaches, the mind has gone through a pe
1.1 i "pose, of gentle expectancy, and
this has an unquestioned Influence upon the
future child. That this Is true Is evidenced
y the fact that three generations pf mothers
have used and recommended "Mother's
Friend." Ask yonr nearest druggist for a
bottle of this splendid remedy. He will get
It for you. And then write to Bradfleld Reg
ulator Co., m Lamar Bldg., Atlanta, Ga,
for a most Interesting book of Information
to prospectlTo mothers. It Is mailed free.
Write today. It Is a book you will enjoy.
aptain Earl c. Abell, right tackle
the Colgate team looks like All-
American material. Abell is playing
his fourth and last year on the Col
gate team He la 23 years of age, Is
five feet eleven inches tali and
weighs 04 pounds. He is one of
the heaviest tackles playing this
year He has proved himself a lead
er of quality not only by directing
his men on the field, but by opening
wide holes in the oiiposine lines fur
At Philadelphia and Pittsburg this his backs He charges hard and
afternoon the two undefeated teams I tackles with his head and shoulders
or the east swing into action, and on I His work In the army and Yale games
the results hinges to large extent! was sensational and gives him first
whether Cornell will have an edge rank among the tackles of the east.
, I, is ,wo Karnes of more than local inter
I est are scheduled for eastern towns,
ii uir .wi, one intersections! com
batthe Syracuse-Montana game
alone Is of more than passing Inter-est.
on Pittsburg or vice versa
Cornell should have a comparative
ly easy time with Pennsylvania, which
is completing a disastrous year re
plete with coaching troubles. Pitt,
however, has a tough proposition in
Penn state, which already has licked
Pennsylvania and came near heating
SI. 000.000 Is Left Yale.
NEW HA VEX, Conn.. Xov. 24.
By the terms of the will of Justus
Hntchklss of New Haven, filed here
for probate. Yale university receives a
bequest of $1,000,000.
HAVE US WIRE
for electric service. We use
the best grade wire, the beat
Insulators. buttons, switches,
etc. And we do the wiring
skillfully and quickly. We shall
be glad to give you a price for
wiring your place. You can de
pend upon it being reasonable.
J. L. VAUGHAN
LONDON, Xov 24. The official
I (laxette announces that Lieutenants
I J. G. Anderson of the Fifth Canadian
Infantry, and A. W. Xorthover of
the Twenty-eighth Canadian Infan
j try. have been awarded the military
cross for gallantry at Messines and
Fyschaete on October K.
The military cross has also been
awarded to Aviator Robert Lorraine,
the actor, who. on October 26. at
tacked at Roman Albatross
Oal) On American saved.
HOME. Nov 24 Americans who
were on hoard the Italian steamship
Ancona when she was sunk by a su
marine off the Tunisian coast onlj
one was saved, according to a state
ment Issued by the Italian emigra
The statement also says that out
of 50 1 passengers and crew of 'he
Ancona. only 2H! were saved.
NORTH SIDE RESIDENCE PROPERTY,
Seven room dwelling, with modern built in conveni
ences, first class condition, seven blocks from Main street.
Can be bought for $1800 if taken at once.
MATLOCK-LAATZ INVESTMENT CO.
INSURANCE . REAL ESTATE LOANS
Infants and Invalids
The Food-Drink for all Ages
Rich milk, malted grain, in powder form.
For infants, invalids mi growing children.
Pure nutrition, upbuilding 1st whole body.
Invigorates nursing mothers ui the aged.
Mora healthful than tea or coffee.
(nfoM you may "HORUOICS"
you may get a ubtltute.
Brutal Act- chargtNl.
LONDON, Xov. 24 Charges th: t
j German officers kicked drowning
persons off their submarine after 'he
sinking of the French transort Cal
vados, near Gibraltar recently, were
reported by British steamship offi
cers who helped save 53 persons.
Seven hundred and 10 persons per
Mtsr OXK LEGATION; 4
I 1NDE11 NOTIFY QBRAKD
(United Press Correspondence.)
HEKI.IX. occt. 15 (Ry Mail)
A Washington cablegram today 4
instructed Ambassador lierard
Pianos Pianos Pianos
From the Factory Direct to You
at Factory Prices
No matter wh&t others may tell you, don't buy until you see us
We have on our floors direct from the factories and for immedi
ate delivery, the following famous makes of high-grade pianos:
V. s. CABLE
111 Ml OKRT8
l.tN .v iikaly WERNER
Prices as low as $10 and $6 Per Month
Also the following fine pianos, sightly used, ure to go at less than tanlf their Original cost:
IIOHART M. CABLE ANDREW KOIILKR KOHLER 1ND CHA8E 1MB MAN) OTHERS
M I Main street
W ADDITM'C music
avavawl v J HOlISr
i" nine o.ei me aipiomatic ar
'airs, documents and property 4
of the tiny Italian republic of !
Baa .Marino, geographically the
smallest in the world The
country covers only a few
square miles has 10,000 Inhab.
Hants and possesses guns which
cannot be used In target prac-
tice because they overshoot the
orders in ail directions.
Nevertheless. San Marino has
declared war on Germany and
Mr Gerard is its Berlin repre-
sentatlve. The only trouble Is 4
that he can t find anything 0
with which to da representing.
As representative in Berlin of
England Japan and other cue- 0
mles of Germany's Mr
ard has taken over their enor
mous embassies and volumtnoui
documents. He has tried and
tried hard to find the San
Marino legation He can't find
thing He said he might ad
vise Washington that the lega
tion is mislaid or that, if San
Marino ever had a legation or
anything else In Berlin, some
body has walked nwiiv wilh It
Coffee may, be good at
the roaster and poor in
your coffee-cup. It may be
cheap by the pound and
high-priced by the cup.
Cheap coffee can't be
protected against loss of
flavor. It is only such
coffee as Schilling's Best
that gets the absolute pro
tection of airtight tins.
All the tine flavor is
preserved for you.
Tli is means more
cups to a pound "
economy and qualitv.
Wifey. I am certainly glad we've
got our Winter Coal Supply in it
looks as though we're going to
have a real cold winter; besides,
think of the money I've saved by
buying early in the season. There's
Jones' across the street, they never
buy their coal until the cold weather
sets in they not only pay more,
but as a rule are freezing while
waiting for it to be delivered.
Have you YOUR WINTER COAL
Why not order NOW
liveries are prompt?
Oregon Lumber Yard
A. H. COX, Mgr.
HJiiiiiiiimimiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim nun iiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiim immitmnumi iiiiiiiuiiiuiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimih
los, revs of the Stomsco
There are many people who have
a distress In the stomach after meals
It Is due to Indigestion anj easily
remedied by taking one of Chamber
Iain's Tablets nfter meals lira.
Henry' Tadghnn. Victor. N". Y.
writes: "Kor some time was trou
bled with headacM and distress In
my stomach after eating, also with
constipation. About six mot.ths ago
I began taking Chamberlain's Tab
lets. They regulated the action of
my bowels and the headache and
other annoyances censed in a abort
time." Obtainable every k h.-ir
DON'T BURN UP
ia the furnace by buying
Pretty tough these hard ttr
out good money for ashes,
clinkers. Oon't d it Hir
Springs Coal and cheer up
Best by tst. Ko soot, n
All heat nt-der tdi.
B. L. BURROUGHS, Irc.
Cor. Webb 6 College Phone S
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