Newspaper Page Text
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 35.. 1915. I FANCY WHEAT FATTENED u PEMECO" EIGHT PAGES PORK by the side 8c Per Pound PREPARED IN AN UP-TO-DATE ABATOIR GUARANTEED SANITARY AND WHOLSEOME Sauer Kraut, quart 10c Pumpkin 40c, 50c Heinz Mustard, pint 20c Eastern Oysters, Olympia Oysters, Clams KNIGHTS PICKLES, OLIVES, RELISHES. SERVICE QUALITY SANITATION The Central Market Phone 455. 108 E. Alta St. Additional Social and Per sonal News on Page 2. F. Stanficld frc Echo Mr unil Mrs. lieorge Fell have gone to Athena upend Thanksgiv ing ivllh relatives. 4 Mr. und Mrs. Sam Paine will en tertain Hume friends at card th'a evening I This evening In the Eagle-Woodman liull Pendleton lodge Xo. 2HS, B. P. O. E will give Its annual Thanksgiving Lall and the event promises to be fully i brilliant ax like - en - in past Mars. Ureal preparations have been made by the committee In charge. Unly BUM and their ladles will attend. The high school students will Ulil evening tender the visiting Jefferson high school' football team a reception und dance at the auditorium of the Eastern ' iregon State Hospital. All of the up town dance halls were taken for the evening but through the enur tisy of Supt. W. D, Mc.S'ary the hos. iditorlum w as placed at I he 1SJ MHll if II student LOCALS Bb Advertising in Brief ItATEB. Per line firm Iniertlun 10c Per Hoe, additional InaertloD ftc Per line, per muntll IIOU No Inrtli tskeo fur less Hub 20c. Count 6 ..i .ln.au word! to lloe. i i will not be taken u?r the lelepbone eirept from Kt Orejon urn paid up subscribers. For chimney sweep, phone 1 C Snyder. Dressmaking, Mrs Bowman Phone I:iM. Pressed hogs. 8 cents pound. ! C'nsh Market Wanted Four or six boarders. 813 Mill street For rent Furnlahed rooms with hent and bath. Inquire 50! Jackson. Penland Bros.' transfer Co. have tiorage warehouse Phone 3t. John Rosenberg, Court street watchmaker and Jeweler. All work guaranteed. For rent or sale- Eight room mod em brick house with garage, In good location. Inquire this office. Old papers for aale; tied In bun 1les Hood 'or starting fires, etc. Its a bundle. This office. Very many people desire to ouy muds in eastern Oregon. What have ron to offer, and price? N. Berkeley. Furniture for sale and house for rent Mrs B F. Trombley Phone t, I nant to rent an apartment !y Dec. 10th If possible James )! Welch. Box 43. Lost- Hark brown cayuse mare roached mane, star in forehead, branded UK on light shoulder. Ro-I ward offered, Phone IHW. For sale- -300 tons of grain hay. Will sell In lots or will feed stock of any kind, horses, mules cattle orj sheep R. H. McEweti, Athena, Ore For sale Or will trade for Pma-i tllla county grain lands goad vallfv ranch near Salem, Oregon Inquire' at t'oleawnrthy's Chop Mill, 129 CI Altn street Prompt automobile taxi service, day or night Funerala to cemetery only 3.50. Phone 110. Quelle Res taurant. Car for country trips, phone. 0 Carney & Huey TSJtl Co. Wheat farm of 20 acres to trade.: Will take city property to eztont of one-third amount of first pavment; and mortgage for balance. Apply; Pendleton Exchange. Room 2. over Taylor Hardware AXXOl'Nt KMKNT. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for election to the ofllcei of councilman for tHe Second wa'd.i subject to the action of the voters' at the coming election (Adv l A. H. COX. Mr. ar Vis. Kd apt ndini ..I Mrs, Alexande d Mrs It. B, Haddock ami Dooley of Walla Walla IK Thanksgiving at the home Paddock's sister. Mrs. Ho5 C. K. Mclellah of Helix visited here yesterday. S. I surges of Hermlston spent yes terday In Pendleton. Muhel Vlckers of Heppner is reg istered at the Bowman. Ralph Holte, Stunfleld banker, Is among the visitors in the city today Mr. and Mrs. E. Schrimpf of Athe na were Pendleton visitors yesterday K.le Moore and Herte Templet Of of Echo were at the St. George last evening. O. I. Teel was up from Echo bJUsf evening to attend the historical so ciety meeting. Miss Pauline Lederle of La Grande arrived today to spend Thanksgiving with her father. Mrs. Edgar Fischer of Walla Walla vho was here last evening to assist at the recital of Miss Young, was at i the Pendleton. Mr. and Mrs. Lyman O. RLoe, who attended the Oregon-o. A, c. gam at lingerie, are now registered at the Benson hotel In Portland. Supt. B. I.. Swartzlander of the i I'matllla agencv arrived home this morning front Cheney, Wn.. where he wiui superintending the loading out of j flour to other reservations. About line third of the shipments have beer made Mr. and Mis. Homer II. Janiieson of Portland are in the city today. Mr Jamleson, who was fnrinerl) a niein l.i r of the Pendleton baseball team J Is coach of the Jefferson high seho,.l football team, and his wife, who 11 1 a l.rlde of only three months former! ! U light at Milton high school. Her maiden name was Miss Jean Allison The young ladies of the Kreddi; Seegrus Kel met yesterday afternoon at the home of Miss Pauline Jones on Lewis street. WHITMAN BIRTHPLACE sol n 2 l.irth -Walt Mrs T. Money of Walla Walla Is a Thanksgiving guest of her sister. Mrs' James A. Smith. Miss QWendolene Weaver returned Sunda murning from a month's so ). urn at Spokane, where she enjoyed a visit with her aunt. Mrs. Edward Woydt, and also visited her cousins the Misses Kolierta and ti'Knone Shaw a- Pullman. Wash Portland Journal. Home Thai aspired Poems to tie rut into BoJIding Lots, NEW YORK. Nov. 25 Th place and former home of Whitman at Huntington. I, t, whre he absorbed the Inspiration for I "Leaves of Crass ' and other famous I poems, has been sold at auction for llx.OOn under foreclosure proceed- I Ings to satisfy a note given by ihi owner, a farmer. It was ought by a real estate I dealer. It is reported that the 02 acre farm will be divided into build ing lots. AFTER your guests have de parted from your Thanks giving table take a moment to reflect on the details of your en tertainment and see if every item was served in a well appointed way. If you felt the need of any of these appointments to make your service easy, correct and impressive anticipate your wants for an Xmas present and fill in your service. You will have a Xmas- and New Years dinner and any addition of silver and china to the dining ser vice will not only be enjoyed by every member of the family but be ar. added pleasure when you have guests. Royal M. Sawtelle Since 1887 For correct table service. h Ulg Turkc SIiimm At ins Waloen Itnea ram n, near the mouth of Butter creek. Sunday. Nov. 28. Autos will meet local train No. 1 at Hlnkle station. Sun Jay j morning, returning In lime for train' No. 2 Sunday evening Free lu. h flood time. Adv. Women of Woodcraft. All members of Women of Wood craft. Daphne Circle No. I, request-j Ing InvlUttOOSefor Thanksgiving dance j cnll up Mrs Van Orsdall BARGAINS! Real bargains in LADIES' SEAL AND LEATHER HANDBAGS Any handbag in the store Vi-PRICE. Leu than wholesale. Tallman & Co. Leadinf Drufgirti RUSSIAN DESTROYERS SINK GERMAN VESSEL LuNDuN, .Nok. ii. Press dis patches reported that 180 Hermans lost their lives when Russian -stroyers sank a Oerman guardship near LtSSg in a brief battle. KAT VOI R Thanksgiving Dinner T THK St. George Grill SPECIAL Ml sit 3 piece orchestra from to S P. M. A. Scott of Enterprise is at the Si Oeorge. Charles E, Williams of Athena was in the city yesterday. J. M. Itichards of Kcho was up from his home yesterday. Bert Hendrlckson of t'onnell. Wn is paing Pendleton a visit. A. 11. Mclntyre of Athena a'as i Pendleton visitor yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. W. U. Hodge of Ba ker are visitors in Pendleton. C. W. Steen. prominent Milton resi dent, was In the city yesterday. Huuli 1- Stanfield came up yester day from the west end of the county Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Parks ol Hermlstoa were visitors here yester day 0. A. Sehroeder and son of Pilot Rock Were In the city" yesterday OH basinets, c. I Qabrielspa of Salem, well kaown insurance agent, is at the Pen dletun today. Asa H Thomson, president of t lie Oregon Irrigation Congress, is up front Echo for the day. Kenneth Warner and Mrs. War per of Pilot Hock were registered at the Pendleton last night. ', II K. Newport and Col. H. U. New port .of the Newport Land A Con struction i n. are up from Hermlston 17. S. Troops are in Battle Line Along Boundary , Ml ! SOI.IHER HA.lV 1 PAUL lill AMKUK AN FORGES TO FIGHT. NUGALES. Ariz., Nov. li. Unitod States troops with an ambulance in attendance, have been hurriedly rushed into position along the inter national boundary bisecting this pl'O-e from the Mexican town in Sonora of the sairie name. Acting Qovernbr Carlos Run said that several Villa officers N'ogales are drunk and beyond his control. 'other detachments of Catted States trooperi are clearing the street! on the Arizona side ami axe barring the progress of all persons across the line in either direction All saloons ere hourriedly closed on, the Sonora side, and the Americans wii.i were In them were ordered out I at the point of guns. .Mounted Villa soldiers are report ed to have hurled insults across the line at the American soldiers, dating j them t.. fight MO IKS TO UK CKXSI IU0O. (Continued from page one. pic- that only clean and wholesome lures will lie exhibited here. The proprietors of the local play houses yesterday morning organized the Exhibitors League with C. O.I Matlock as president. F. M. Uowney as vice president. D. M. Dear as sec-j retary and H. A. Medern.ich as treas War. Rev. J. E. Snyder and Judge I Stephen A. Lowell were chosen as the two citizens to act with the officers . i-, insnecting the programs. 1 ne league will not only handle the cen sorship matter but will work toward Hie general betterment of the picture' 1 tisiness in Pendleton. lev. Snyder Wakes Statement, In discussing the formation of the' league. Rev. Snyder made the follow-1 ing statement today. The good people of Pendleton ! should heartil; approve the action otj the moving picture men in forming; an exhibitors' league whereby thai j bind themselve.s under a penalty of Jluu not to exhibit in Pendleton any j film that is not first approved eith ar b the board of censors In Port land or In Seattle. The Portland, hoard ot censors is regarded as one of the most conservative in the coi n-' try and this insures Pendleton ck-.w and wholesome productions and isf-j fords the city better protection unl le.-s worr and expense than if we had a local board of censors. I be-j lieve our picture house men are sin cere in their efforts to tarnish Pen-1 dleton with the very best and clear est productions but after all is done that can be done, there is no doubt there will be some objectional pic tures. Patrons should alwaya re member, however, that our local ex hibitors are largely at the mercy o the film producer and parents should teach their children to discriminate between what is clean and unclean, and small children should never he permitted to visit any theater or oth er place of amusement unaccompan ied by their parents." COURT RULED ENTIRELY BY WOMEN HIIIIIMIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIU We Guarantee to Teach I 1 You to Sing or Play any Musical Instrument f BY OUR SYSTEM 2 Vou can learn to sing or play any Instrument better Hiid In less 5 tiine than by any other system Our system is the product of the J r ,,r,rH best musicians. I! maker learning a' pleasure. Thousands 5 of students In all parts of the country recommend our course. E To more thoroughly Introduce our work we are offering our res- I ulHr ;:, rmirse for $3. We give you a written legal guarantee to Jj - tench yon. Kor a Kew Days Only we are offering a New Flat Man- S dolln. an Imported Oerman Violin, for home practice put pose, to each I 5 student who enrolls at once. To those who wish to take up-piano and have none on which to practice we will furnish one for practice S purpose E FlUSK OK CHARGE f North Western College of Music PEN DLETON. Room 6. ' and t Hespsln Blk OREUON. 'ottonwood Jack Frost is coming; Let us look after your I REMEMBER, "A DOLLAR'S WORTH OF PLUMBING IN TIME SAVES NINE " Being Pendleton's only exclusive Plumbers enables us to specialize on this line : to employ only the host mechan ics and to plan as we work that when the plant is installed it will be to serve you as you intended, to save you trouble and cost of up-keep. Is your plumbing in proper shape for n inter? SEE US BEFORE THE FREEZE! Beddow & Miller Pendleton's Only Exetattre plumber. Corner W CtHIrt and Garden Streets. Telephone I I 1 '' ' I5' LOS AUCCLCS JUVCNIUt clerk Mrs. V. V lo right: Xlrs K. H. Pran Mrs. Orla Jean Shunts. Jmlge. 'atherine Haw, bailiff, and Mis Houghton reporter. blslot clerk. i.OS AN (1ELK8. Nov .'4- The l':ti piiili.ililt In the li which Indite, porter were all women, no man had an iart iecentl. Fourteen cai if the lUltf .III shout. referee ho of W .1 (he ciur; I thv hlstoreof I'ebfornia and1 and disposed of h ih. I in which held here jllllge appointed court. ' The scope of the court inc cases in which Klrls in their are defendants and which boys up to nine ears of age. .ril cei n f to take advantage of opportunities u they are pNh sented. This can best be done by ac umu'at ng funds m our Savings Department. A liberal rate of interest paid and your deposit i ab solutely safe. The American National Bank OF PENDLETON CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $400,000. nillllll.HIHtlHIlllHIMlllUIIIHHOIIHIIHIIIIIIIIMHIIIIIIIIIIHHHUIItllllllllllllliUI PI?