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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1915.
EIGHT PAGES
THANKFUL
Store Closed
All Day
THANKSGIVING
Nov. 25
More Kerosene stolon.
Pert Finney was not the only rest
dent to lose a five gallon can of kero
sene, some one also took a can from
the home of William Roesch Monday
night. B. S. Waffle found the can in
his driveway the next morning and
It was restored to the owner.
Hoting to IVtidlfton.
J. T. Waldon of Xye is moving to
Pendleton from Xye and expects to
si end the winter here.
j Automobile Huru I p.
Fire yesterday morning did consld
; erable damage to an Auburn auto
I owned by Robert Simpson. He was
I driving, toward the city near the
j Round-up tlun Club grounds when.
i from some cause, flames burst out.
'He attempted to extinguish them
with dirt but was unsuccessful. He
was alone In the car at the time.
V Windy Thanksgiving.
Pendleton is having a windy
i Thanksgiving day. The clear weath
er of yesterday gave way to a heavy
wind storm during the night and, ac
companied by showers, the wind hat
continued during the day.
1.
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
"QUALITY"
Vote on Sunday Closing.
Initiative petitions asking that the
matter if closing business on Sun
days be submitted to the people for
an expression at the election to lie
j held on the first Tuesday after the
j firs Monday in November. 1916. have
I made their appearance in Pendleton,
j Almost all of the cigar stores have
I received copies to which they are se
curing signatures.
Tom Sollelell Quit- 111.
Reports are that Thomas Schelell.
well known Indian who was injured
when his auto collided with that of
Mrs. Ed Klrkpatrick recently, is in
quite a serious condition. The col
lision threw him against the steering
wheel with such force that he suf
fered Internal injuries
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Two Phones, 28.
823 Main St. M
lllillM
Terminal Wed Heads'.
Having struck an abundant
of water at a depth of 178 fee; thejth
well drilling crew at the railroad ter-; In
IE
NEW RESTAURANT IS
OPENED AT ATHENA
tl.FYK MYERS OWNER OTHER
S'EWSI MUTES OF THE
VTHKJi COUNTRY.
has
from th
flit
pened a short order
use in the building formerly occu
d by James Stewart.
5eo. R. Gerking was
farm Tuesday.
W. A. Barnes of Weston si
few hours in Athena Monday.
.Special Correspondence. ( R" Tompkins and wife of Dry
V THEN A Ore Nov. It. CUUd "ere visiting Mr. Tompkins'
n nrin.m Milton citixen spent Moths, Mrs William Tompkins of
Monday in Athena.
t'leve Myers has sold his shoe re-
unfit to . U Cooper ana
mlnal at Pilot Rock junction has left 1
to take up other work. At the above!
: mentioned depth the well had a flowj
eating of 75 gallons per minute and con-!
tinued pumping failed to lower th?
water. Owing to the depth of the
well it is presumed the water will be
of good quality. The well has been
cased up so as to prevent water from
higher levels from getting Into the
system.
Bin Rally Last Might,
i The high school students last night
I eld a monster rally as a means ol
, advertising the game today w ith Jef
IferaOB high school of Portland. Ar
;oi:nd a big bonfire on the high school
' j ground the rooters yelled and listen
;ed to speeches bv Sunt. Hampton.
Frof. llambee and others. When the'
fire had burned Itself out. the stu-1
flow dents serpentined down tl
loyal order of Mutts" b
vidence. and gae veil
ie street,
ing much
I on the
principal
NEW SYSTEM OF BAGGAGE
CHECKING WILL BE USED
tie; this was an extraordinary price,
to be sure, but one seoeon from Jm'
tb 45c was the price paid; an average
Price was from 15c to 18c. Amongst
some of the town's merchants and
business men then holding forth on
Main street were: Krauk (iray, hur- j
ness shop main ITnole QeoTffs Wobli.
hardware store: Marshall and Son.
blacksmiths; the Hendricks Restaur
ant. Jerry liespain's butcher .hop;
Fncle Dave Wright and John How
man conducting the livery stable, and
last but not least the court house and
Jail, which occupied the entire block
where now stands the Peoples Ware
house and Alexanders Store. To re
turn though to staging the run from
Umatilla to Cayuse was given Mr.
Horn; boats from Portland unloaded
freight at Umatilla to be distributed
many hundreds of miles Inland, and
shipments of ore. wool, bides, etc..
were carried by learns to Fmatllla,
there loaded on bouts and started
down the Columbia for their respec
tive destinations
It was In the year 1S77 that luvid
Horn, experienced and efficient stage
coach driver, turned over the reins to
other hands and decided to enter the
hotel business, conducting the hotel at
I'matilla as his first venture; it was
in 1S77 that Mr. Horn also married.
In I S S 2 I'matilla was abandoned
for Pendleton, then a thriving place,
the Vlllard hotel being the next BS.
tublishment of which Mr. Horn Wei
proprietor, until MIL Although ac
ttva staging was given up In 1S7S, Mr
Horn was for many years local agent
for the overand route, and was the
man to officially turn over the first
mail pounch to the railroad, when nlf
completion it took over the contract
for hauling mail and express It Is a
fact worthy of note that a robbery
or hold-up was never Dave Horn
vhile staging. In staging days Mea
cham Station, named for Harvev
Meacham, was a toil gate. iducted .
by Mr. Meacham himself for muny . . . , i ,
years. An amusing story is related ,n Peakln of earlv d"'s ,n Pendle-j e.lways to extend the courtesy, wheth
of two Irishmen traveling afoot, and j ton, and business methods employed, er you ever saw the borrower again
upon reaching Meacham discovered Mr. Horn narrates that merchants or not. It was one of the chances
i'ac per person was the amount re- j v ere called upon to stake prospectors j on took out west,
quired at the toll gate; one of thelgith enough grub to last them sever- From III to 189S cattle raising en-
Let Us Be
Thankful
I ET us be thankful to our
Lj Great Creator, for the
many blessings we have en
joyed. No matter what our
circumstances, let us be thank
ful that we have what we have.
AYE are also thankful to the
good people of Pendleton
and surrounding country for
their liberal patronage which
has enabled us to make this
Pendleton's Big Busy Store.
A ND our constant efforts
will be whereever possible
to still further reduce the
price of high grade merchan
dise to you.
LET US BE THANKFUL.
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WILL HE ,POtfMlSLK TO SEND
LUGGAGE DIRECTLY TO
HOTELS OR HOMES.
pairing
of Adam:
Mrs.
D. N. Reber, M. D.
l ye. Ear, Nose and Throat
specialist.
Room 11 Schmidt Building.
Pendleton.
To obtain glasses that will not
quire changing, the eye strain
must first be cured, otherwise you
wil. be disappointed.
Athena Monday.
Mrs. Oliver Holcomt
visiting her daughter
Keen of Athena.
John Banister. Weston's mayor el
ect, was transacting business in the
citv Tuesday.
Bert Cartano was in Walla Walla
Tuesday.
D. H. Mansfield has leased the Com.
mercial I J very stable from J. W. Da-
Within a short time it will be wos-i'" hls j'
lie for people coming to Pendle-1 1iul- M,lt
sible
; ton over tiie 0W
ft.
& ft, to check ('"rough";
vfs and will conduct a feed and sale such experts to assist in the agricu1
Urge Count; Agriculturist.
The Commercial association is in
receipt of a letter from the Portland
if Commerce urging that
it work toward securing the appoint-; their baggage directly to th
ment of a county agriculturist in thil I or residence at which they will stop
county under the provisions of the : The system of baggage delivery which
Smith-Lever act. Of 1000 counties in j is revolutionary in character, is now1
the nation that hav e employed coun. being put into vogue all over the j
ty agriculturists, Oregon has only Union Pacific system,
ten, the letter states, and It is pointed J. H. Regal, general baggage agent'
out that this state is in real need o? ' for the O.-W. R. & N , is expected in!
sons of Krln inquired if any extra
i barge would be made if a man had
a load on his back, and upon learning
the price would be the same turned
to his partner and said, "(lit on mv
and I'll cafry you
a! weeks, without so much as an "I I gaged Mr. Horn's time, and from
ii IT," and if the miner struck It rich 1818 until now farming has been his
the monev was forthcoming, other- chief occupation, today finding him
o amused was M. Me.teh-
hotell i inch mat ne reiuseu to
. I .... MMH . 1. . . ... ... 1
1 '""5r r'ni nr iwriuy-ii.e ceuis.
wise it was charged off the books.
At "some stage of the game " to use
a common expression, everyone bor
rowed or loaned: a practical stranger
might ask you to loan him money,
and if you had it. It was customary
very active and awake to affairs of
the day. with ever a good boost for
not only the Umatilla county and
Pendleton In the times when he first
knew them but us he finds them today.
: stable.
I F B. Boyd, editor of the Athena
' Press, returned Monday from a visit
to Lake View. Ore.
Jerry Stone and son Clifford ol
' Adams were trading in Athena Tues
day.
Mrs. Henry Keen who was in a
jauto accident November 13th. is rap
, idly recovering from her injuries.
tural development of the state.
the city in ten days yr two weeks to
inaugurate the system. He was here;
a short time ago and made tentative
l ink- sam Wont Pay Assessment. j arrangements with Penland Bros.
Your Cncle Sam wont pay for street; for the delivery of all baggage. j
improvements opposite propertv he, Whether or not it will lie possible fori
WM. C HANSCOM.
OPTICIAN
We grind our own lenses.
Dale Rothwell
OPTICAL
SPECIALIST
Glasses ground and fitted. Lenses
duplicated. All work guaranteed
American National Bank Building, I
Pendleton, Phone 609.
j owns. The city council has discov
eted that fact and the discovery cost
the city 11222.20. That was the am
ount levied against he federal bulld-
I Ing lots for the improvement of Fast
Alta street. Uncle Sam showed no
j disposition to pay the assessment and
he was notified that it was a lien
against the property. However, he
I should worry'' about liens inasmuch
as it is illegal to place a Hen against
government property. Through his
local representative. Uncle Sam noti
fied the city that he wouldn't pay the
assessment and, upon the advice of
the city attorney it was cancelled and
l warrant ordered drawn for tne am-unt.
people leaving Pendleton to check I
baggage to their residence destination
in another city Is not yet decided,
though Mr Regal intimated when'
here that the system, when mtro-j
duced here, would work only one
way.
The purpose of the new system Is'
to eliminate much of the unpleasant':
ness of traveling by relieving the
traveler of the anxiety and confusion,
attending to the onerous details that!
sometimes arise when they reach a;
strange city. '
NOW IS THE TIME TO MAKE YOUR CHOICE
1100 acres of nice Wheatland, water, and short haul. $30
Fer acre.
180 acres on the Reservation. 40 to 58 bushel land. 165.00
per acre.
J!0 acres, good Improvements, orchard and alfalfa. fff.M
per acre.
160 acres, close to town, house, barn, orchard and alfalfa.
165.00 per acre.
240 acres, 68 acres set to alfalfa, good improvements. $54.50
per acre.
I have resided in I'matilla county over 30 years. No inflated
value go with me. E. T. WADE.
Kline Monument Fund Grows.
The following from "The Billboard"
will be of Interest to the friends of
Otto Kline, the Round-up trick ridei
who met death last spring at the New
York Hippodrome:
Over one hundred and twenty-five
friends of the late Otto Kline have
contributed to the Kline Monument
Fund. The fund, as it stands up to
the time of going to press, amounts
to $191.26.
For the benefit of those who have
not yet contributed and would like to
"get in on it." we are going to keep
the fund open for a few weeks longer
As before stated, the fund is to be a
' popular one. and for that reason do
j not send more than $1. All subscrlp-
Hons will be acknowledged in this
i column as fast as received.
FORD TO TAKE PEACE
DELEGATES TO EUROPE
AUTOMOBILE MANUFACTURER !
ANNOUNCES HE HAS CHAR
TERED VESSEL.
, NEW YORK. Nov. It. Henry
Ford announced he had chartered the
liner Ozkar II to carry from -New
York on December 16, the American
t delegates to the peace conference in
j Europe. Ford admitted the plans for
, the conference are Indefinite. It will
i lie held in some neutral country, not
yet determined. While an unofficial
: session, he believes it will attract the
support of peace advocates in other
' neutral nations.
L
eleL
500,000 ITALIANS ARE
SACRIFICED IN BATTLE
OSSES ARE ENOUMOI s Sll.
WAR BEGAN WITH THE
AUSTRIANS.
TEMPLE THEATRE
The Large, Comfortable Theatre Where the Big Shows Play.
Today and Tomorrow
The Stolen Voice
IN FIVE PARTS
Featuring
Robert Warwick
Supported by Violet Horner, Bertram Marburgh and Frances Nelson.
VIENNA, Nov 26 Half a mlllloj
Italians have been slaughtered or
wounded on the Austro-ltallan bat
tie line to date, the war office claim
ed. The announcement declared that
everywhere on the Isnnzo ''our front
has been vlctorloush maintained."
Just half a year has passed since the
two armies clashed
TODAY!
Show Starts at 2 p. m. and runs continuous until 11 p. m.
William Fox Presents the Vampire Picture Featuring
VALESKA SURATT
The Red Rose of the Great White Way New York's Dazzling Sunburst
In The Sensational Photoplay of New York Life
"The Soul ol Broadway"
6-ACTS-6
1 5c Adults Children 5c
NEBULA U PHOTOGRAPHED
Astronomer lK"ti notation it
(VHitlnuing Hiposure.
BOSTON, Nov. 25. Professor Per
etvaj Lowell, of the Lowell observa
tory at Flagstaff, Ariz, announcel
here that Dr. V. M slipher of the
Lowell Observatory, had detected
spectographlcally rotation In , the
great Andromeda nebula, the most
striking example In the heavens of
the white nebulae. To accomplish
this the exposure had to be continu
ous over several nights.
It was wild by Professor Lowell
that this had never been done before
STAfiINt; IX KAIU.V DATA
(Continued from page one. i
tie raising being on of the hlef In
dustries at that tlin- mining pros
led, ,rs going Into the Haker rnuntry.
ai well as sheep growers. Mange was
fr.-e ami except for buying salt, and
hiring men to heir the bands of
sheep and bunches of cattle, little ex
pense was attached to either business
for man years wool brought a splen
did price, and Mr. Horn recalls that
i,. ,,f the first brick buildings-' ever
erected in Pendleton was built with
ntonei obtained from veiling wool at
I
Thi AHa Theatre
TODAY ONLY
Neal of the Navy
Featuring Lillian Lorraine
Assisted by William Courtleigh
AUo: Pathe News showing the latest
events. Picturesque Belgium in Pathe
color, and a good comedy.
Tomorrow Elsie Janis in
"'TWAS EVER THUS"

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