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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. PENDLETON. OREGON. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1916. EIGHT PAGES BUTTER CREEK HONEY In Pint Jars Quart Jars 1 2 -Gallon Jars 35c 60c $1.00 SWEET APPLE CIDER 15c 50c CLEAVERS APPLE SYRUP Quart 45c i --Gallon 85c 1 Gallon $1-50 Gray Bros. Grocery Co, "QUALITY" Two Phones, 28. 823 Main St. III With Pneumonia. Charts Pullman at Helix Is suffer ing with pneumonia at St. Anthony's hospital. Dan-lu. r Is Horn. A baby slrl was burn yesterday to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lighthenrt of sis Thompson street. Eighth Daughter l Mom. A baby daughter, the eighth girl in the family, was horn Monday to ' Mr. and Mrs. fact McKeown at theii ' home on Jacks. hi street. o loliiv Court Yet. Another Quiet day in remlleton was followed by a closed police court this morning. The absence of drunks on the streets has been notable since the first ,.f tho week. inn-lulu's cigar Store. Iahi Sutton, who until recently was interested in the Hrewery Depot has luirchased the cigar store which has boon operated for several years by tleorge Slangier and will take charge immediately. PI TP Itt-low at Hellv The mercury registered five belo ro at Helix last night, according to reports brought in this morning. The Helix school has a fine skating pond j and old and young are disporting I themselves on the Ice. called but a new one solected from the new jury panel. There are a number of minor cases to be heard in addition to the cases growing out of the city election. District Attorney Steiwer has not yet neard from the attorney general as to whether or not lie will be here. Parsonage Nearly none. The new Presbyterian parsonage Is almost i ompleted by the contractor! and Will be ready for occupancy with, in a few days, Judgment Handed Down. Judgment for $425 and costs has been handed down by the circuit Judge in the case of the Farmers' Se curity Hank of Milton vs cieorgs Webber Two licensee to Wed. Itarrtage licenses were issued to day to (leorge C. Hill and Voletta McNett. both of this city, and to Ha. B, Bishop and 1 Veils v. Rugg, also both of Pendleton. Caucus Tills Afternoon. The new city council will caucus this afternoon In the office of Mayor J. A. Rest to decide upon the ap pointments to be made this evening at the first regular meeting of the council. The caucus will betrln aboui 4 o'clock, it is expected. COOPERATION 10 BE GIVEN TOWARD ROAD 10 VINSON SECTION nil: COMMEIU i i. tsSOGIATION PHOMlKl.s SLTPORT l IMPROVKMEN I HUiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiitj Miss Olive Gwinn f DRAMATIC READER I Nos Battle Costs 60.00 LONDON, Jan. 5 The British cas ualties in the battle of Loose In the September drive were 60.000 inelsdini; -.3711 officers, it was officially an- Bo) i- Improving. Kriends and choolmates of Howard I Dunham will be pleased to know ' that he is Improving and will soon be I ready to go out. He has been suffer I tng for the last 10 days from an at. tack of pleurisy He is the son ol Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dunham. S Will take a limited number of 5 pupils in dramatic art and elo- S cution after January- 1st, 1916. E Tel, -,'hone 36 "M" or call at IJI Water street. TTitmiimimimmimimimimiiiiiiiimi; v DALE ROTHWELL Optical Specialist American National Bank Building, Phone 609 Funeral of Miss ririeh. The funeral of Mrs. Albert Mct'ul b ugh. better known as Miss Lizzie 01 rich, was held yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Brown chapel. Rev. C. A. Hodshire of the Methodist church conducted the funeral servi- lllllllllllillllll!llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll!lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllt Dr. Thos. C. Ohmart Dentist I Announces His Return I and is now practicing at the usual location, 743 Main I St., over the Hub. Pendleton, Ore. I Phone 307 E 5llllllllUlllllllllll!lllllllllll1lllllllilllllllllllll!lllllllll!lllllllilllllllinilllllllllllllllll7 New Numls-rlng of Pun Imp Having created a dozen new pre cincts in the county and changed the: boundaries of others, the county court has decided to renumber all precincts. I The boundaries were definitely fixed after much study this morning and i County Clerk Saling is this afternoon i engaged in getting out the descrip tions. In numbering the precincts he I v ill start in the northeast corner w ith No. 1 and work down. The IVndle-! ton precincts will start with :t:' where-! as before they started with .17. MILLION FOR JEWISH SUFFERERS IS RAISED House and Garage For Sale Desiring to live on my property at River side I am offering my residence on the North side. 516 Bush St., at a bargain. Fine location, four blocks from Main St. bridge. Four large rooms and bath, large store room, ce ment basement and walks, fine cilmbing roses all over the porches, also a large number of rose bush es and several soft maple trees. There Is a con crete floor and pit in -he garage. All for $1500; would consider terms. Inquire of DR. C. W. LASSEN, Tel. 27. : To PnbHaa rami Directory. Will M Cook, district manager for, ; the Farmers' Directory Company of! !' Spokane, is now in the city nrrancin?1 1 ; for the publication of a farmers' dl-j : rectory for I'matilla county. The j ; publication will include the names of i farmers, their acreage and class of' P. . A. C. to Have Smoker. i Harry Leedy, president of,the Pen dleton Amateur Athletic Club, an nounced today that the club would i nut on a smoker a week from Fridav tling bouts will constitute the j and. as the club has some fast within Its membership, an In- ting evening is anticipated. Danger in Coasting. Several coasting parties had nar row escapes from Injury last night from passing automobiles on Jackson street The coasters were coasting down the hill streets and across Jack son. Autoists driving along Jacks ", could not see the sleds until they were almost on top of them and there were several near-collisions. Bernle Bybee was one who was almost run down by an auto. NEW YnfJK, Jan. i. -The Ameri can Jewish relief committee announc ed that its fund for the relief of Jew ish war sufferers in Europe had pass- d the million mark. The actual fig. ures given out were 11,007,111.17, There is not the slightest doubt now it is said, that the fund will go well beyond the two million mark before the end of January. It is believed that at least 1(00,004 will be raised at the big mass meeting to be held In 1 r. J. U Magness. whose appeal was largely responsible for the suc cess of the t'arnege hall meeting, will address the Chicago meeting. He also made arrangements tonight to ad dress a nutss meeting in Kansas City. The largest contribution received today was one of 4000 from the Pitts burg committe. More than $50,000 has been received to date from thai city. A meeting is also being planned ihere which will be addressed by Dr. Magness, I I. oris. "PRINCESS" ILL; BOY HTSBAND WITH His PARE.N I 8. Without in any was commttttnl themselves to any particular route for! the Columbia highway through Uma tilla county or without withdrawing their support from the movement fori a good road between Pendleton and I'matilla. the members of the Com-! mercial association last evening Promina to cooperate with the peo-1 pie of Morrow county and of ihol southern part of I'matilla county In' securing an improvement of the road between Pendleton and the Morrow county line near Vinson to connect with the road which Morrow county i is preparing to Improve Representatives of tbe Heppner j and Pilot Roag Commercial asgodu-: lions were present at the meeting last evening and outlined their plans. Speaking for the lleppner delegation. ! J. U Wllklns. I, K. Harlan and Glenn Y Wells declared that Mor row county is preparing to improve a Mad clear across the county by the southern route leading through lone. Lexington, lleppner and across to Vinson and that It wim absolutely out of the question for them to consider any other route. "The people of Morrow county," they said, "will say which route the Columbia highway will take through their county for they will be the ones! to pay the cost, only one-tenth of the1 population of the county lives In the northern or sandy section whereas nine tenths live tributary to the road wt? proona to improve. We abso-! lutely will not bond ourselves or tax ourselves to build a modern highway i across a section where there is noth ing but Sand und sagebrush for scenery ami where there are but few, people living, i m the other b ind we are prepared to go the limit" on Im proving the other route. Eventually we intend to hanlsurfaoe this road, The choice of routes lies with none but us and we have already ohoaen The southern route Is but IS miles longer than the old Immigrant i" 1 they stated. Messrs. Q, A, Kobblns, James Nel ' son, George Schlegel and DUIsrd French spoke for Pilot Rock and the south end of the county, declaring that section deserving of some road Work. "We have waited patiently but think our turn has arrived." they said. The principal work needed la on the Big HoIloW road, they stated I and this lies partly in Morrow COttn- ty. Following the discussion. Dr. F. - I Vincent, chairman of the good roads committee of tbe association, express ed the sentimonts of the aaaoclatl n by stating that the association his al-' readv committed Itself to a good road men! for the betterment of the ro;d in the south end. "We Intend to ge through with our program for a good road through the west end," he said "but If Morrow county Is Improving part of the other route we cannot do anything else hut meet her at the boundary. The people of the south end certalnlly deserve some work on their roads." I'pon his motion, President Tall man was instructed to name a i om- NMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimnitc Ladies Tailored Suits and Coats at every day Golden Rule prices are better values than 5 you will find elsewhere, no matter what the price. It's E the way we buy together with our modern selling moth- E ods that enables us to give you such values. i allured imius ot mens wear serge, a good selection to E choose from, Golden Rule 5 every day price $.fH, $12.50 and $16.50. Coats; this is the kind of weather 5 you need a good warm coat. S Better see what this bijr busy E store offers at $9.90, $12.50, !f14.75, $10.50. . Children's Coats; you will agree E with us that they are worth E double the price we ask, at E $2.08, $3.98, $4.08, 85.00, $0.90. Ladies Tailored Skirts. You will E be surprisetl at these values in S serge, poplin or taffeta and priced at $2.08, $3.08, S $1.08, $5.90. Silk Sweaters; just a few left and you don't have to pay S $8.00, Golden Rule pr. $4.98 E Heavy wool sweaters at $1.08, E $2.08. $3.98. $5.90. 4 ! , Yorj can no e BETTER AT -1 WK LEAD OTHERS POMOW E rTlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllr: mitieo of three to co-operate with the committees appointed from llepp ner. Pilot RSOk, Lexington, lone, Oal loway und Catena, This committee will be named later. In presenting their plan last even ing, the lleppner men stated that last year they put the dangerous Krankhn hill road on a five and six per rent grade and this year Intended Improv ing the highway between Hcppto-r and lone. The party, conslsUng of J. L. WUklns. proprietor of the Palace Hotel. Glenn Y Wells, district attor ney and representative of the COUOtJ court. II. Vance and U V- Hill. I rage men. A. It, Pbelps. merchant Arthur Crawford of the Oaaette Times . nd I. K Harlan of the He: i -tier Herald, made the run from Hepti Pendleton III tour noum .mo STEUBEN VI LUB tituji WET, Ohio I. .wii Leares Dry Column by Majority t 271. BTBUBKN VILLI, O., Jan. I. -teubenville voted wet at a special election here. The Vote was Wet Mil, dry :ll a majority of 271 voles for the liquor supporters. The city 1 has been dry two years. Although counsel fc.r the Stuben vllle Dry league filed 19 affidavits with the mayor, t of which charged fraudulent registration and fire Ule Ku voting, ant) four arrests were made ncr 10 i Pilot Itn mil the Berlin i!eMirts Qntat, BBRUN, Jan. &. An official bul letin from the Herman general staff reported ail theaters "f war quiet. Commercial Club, M. i. Orange druggist, il. A Kobblns of Ul 1'-" Rock Record, George Schlegel, Jatnn Nelson. Kenneth WiirnVr and Dlllsrd French ranchers. They returned tbl NEW W 1RDES IS CHOSEX. roriuer Dean of Columbia law xliiHil to Maaagt Sing sin:1. if lolum. vernor his Law school, notified Whitman that he would ac cept the wardenshlp of Sing Sing pris on, which had been offered him in succession to Thomas Matt Osborne, who is under Indictment. In the event that Osborne refused to resign, it was understood the gov ernor would have him removed by the Superintendent of Prisons. ST. GEORGE GRILL STEAKS, OYSTERS and SHELL FISH a specialty. Try Our 35c Merchants' Lunch Served daily from 11 to 2. We aim to please. Stnrtevant TnUlnmiij Concluded. Ijast evening the taking of testlmon! in the Sturtevant will contest was concluded. County Judge C. H. Marsh I taking of testimony in the case hi Ant ;ed 4jt' over a year and it will require fully six weeks to transcribe ;th? testimony. During that Interval i Judt-'e Mf.rsh will hand down his de i clsion. Regardlesi of what it is. an appeal to the circuit court will be taken and the case eventualK carried to the supreme court. Fine Watch Repairing by an Expert Horologist Royal M. Sawtelle Jeweler since 1 887 MokeaTe Gets stiff u'mn-e. Thomas Mokeave. the Kanaka Who was formerly in trouble frequently in this city, reeelyed a stiff sentence1 I vesterdav In the fcleral court at Portland, according to Supt. B. L- Swartzlander of the Umatilla reser-i vatlon who returned this morning I from Portland. Convicted of selling I liuuor to Andrew Hushman, a local ' 14 ear old Indian who went to Port- ' ' land last November as a witness be- j j fore the federal grand Jury, he was sentenced to six months In the conn - tj Jail and given a fine of 1200 and! costs This was his third appearance I before the fe leral court In Portland. He was arrested last November m l has been In Jail since. mm" I - lasMu H WaW j - - . Is ft M Pendleton's New and Exclusive FORD Garage M Umatilla Couuty jjjj Distributors Jtttum-'lf MsHB I S kxi'kct mi ii m i i:m nil: i nun iwctous m stock oi niitn iiits i.mwi ' m jtofmNflffW f KNOUOIl TO Itl Il.lt 8 nmi'll II (Alls L.,-.,, iilffiiMflim I SiibK-na-. for Grand Jury. NKW CORK. Jan. Mrs. Donald S r poenaes nre today being Issue. I .-hlelds Andrews who before her el- S for witnesses required before the grand Jury which will be called next Monday morning In all probability I the old grand Jury' will not be re- Expert repairing of Watches and Jewelry. Satisfaction guaranteed Win. Hanscom THE Jeweler. Opemenl with the Vale senior last April was Mrs. Alma V. Hayne and bi fore that Princess Alma Vetsera, is sufferin gfrom a nervous breakdown ' In a private sanitarium here. Mean time her son of eleven, "heir to Aus trails! throne," is In school In Lop cion and her youthful husband Is at the home of his parents In Cleveland. After Andrews' elopement with th princess last April the pair went to London. A few months later he re turned alone Mrs. Andrews follow d. She say s he deserted her there without a cent. Khe got here, she said, by selling her automobiles and horses. The parents of young Andrews, who I- heir to a fortune, opposed the Sta tab and took sensational steps to prevent It. Mis. Andrews at the sanitarium Si hi i hat slie ays, to have rc turned to I.on don to spend the holiilu.is with he; BXPGCT MECHANIC rHOM THE I'OHI) FACTORY AND STOCK or MiltD I'ARTH ENOUGH TO BUILD S. COMPLETE CARS. Mini: FORDS REDUCED! Now selling in Pendletan for $492.45 We hare the following agenlf In I malllla County, all carrying a full lino of parts BOND AUTO CO., PILOT ROCK ECHO AUTO CO., BCWO BAPPER BROB.I IIKHMISTON 8ERBA Itltos., ATHENA WIXTON GARAGE WKSTON MIUTON GARAGE, MILTON li i a rom epcrt mn-lianlc do ymir work and d It light. WK REPAIR PDRD8 ONLY. Round-Up City Auto Co. 812 Garden street, back cf Oregon Garage Phone 651 a- Inn her physicians forbade her.