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DAILY "EAST OREGONTAN. PENDLETON. OREGON,- TUESDAY, -MARCH 13, 1917.
TEN PAGE3 AiiinnnNiiiiHiiiiiNiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiimittamniinnitiiiiiiiiiiiitii: P AGS TEN r 41 4 3 Pure Oysters because they are V XL TRY AN ORDER IPT No preservative No adulteration A Pure Food GRAY BROS. GROCERY CO. "QUALITY" Two Phone, 28 823 Main St. Three Inches of Snow. Snow waa three Inches deep at He lix this morning according to pas sengers on the Northern Pacific train. Sold Fine Howa J. K. Just is of this city has aotd his stallion, "Carnott" to a Union county purchaser, also another fine horse to parties In the same county. Snow at Helix. Throe Inches of snow fell at Helix last nisht, according; to passengers on the Incoming; N. P. train. What snow fell In Pendleton disappeared almosS as soon as it fell. 1 Ilulldiue Penults. W. W. Gardner has taken out a permit to build a new barn at $36 Maple street and W. H. Nebergn.ll has taken out a permit to build a garage on Geer street. nmpea Patient caught. -; ' A patient of the Eastern Oregon State Hospital, named Owens, was picked up this morning ty Chief Naah. He had been gone from the hospital for the past four days. Qinisiniiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiin Unusual Suits for S22.50 The kind or quality that you would ex pect to pay more for are to be found here. Other suits in all the new shades and fab rics for less,or more; just what ever suits your purse. In other words we have Suits to Suit Why are we doing; such a business? May we show you? 1 " ,. jj ' tfav 1 " " Viit our "Down Stairs Store" Ij T5 TCwes Me of Rabies. The firm of O. A. Hales & Son of (Pasco has lost 75 head of breeding ewes during the past few weeks front rabies, according to a report) brought back this morning from Pasco by K. P. AverUI of the biological survey. Mr AverLii went over to locate some of his hunters In that vicinity. Pendleton Nstalorium Exploited. (Pendleton's public natatorium was the subject of a recent article appear ing in the Seattle Municipal News. The story of the campaign for financ ing the institution Is told and a pic- ture of the natatorium illustrate the article. The article Is similar to the one that appeared in the American City Magazine. Taken to Hospital. Will Wyrlck, well known farmer, a at St. Anthony's hospital for treat ment for an injury to his side. Troubadours rtcttle Case. The garnishee case brought against the colored troubadours appearing here was settled and dismissed yes terday afternoon. ' fiuki-KW operation. Mrs. Ollie Bussear this morning un derwent another operation at St. An thony's hospital where she has been for some time. Taknn to Hospital. The little child of Mr. and Mrs. Will Penland was taken o the hos pital yesterday for treatment for an illness beginning with measles and resulting in pneumonia. Colored Boy Committed. Btyi Allen, the colored bo charged with the theft or revolvers from Fred, erlck -Steiwer and Will M. Paterson. was yesterday ordered committed to the state industrial school by Judge Marsh, following a hearing n juven ile court. An Unlucky Guy. Harry Armstrong, who had been Pegging on the streets, had the mis fortune to be the 13th offender en rolled on the March docket and to come before the police magistrate on the 11th day of the month. With this combination against him he was not surprised to get a five day sentence in Jail. . ', Jood Roads Meeting Tonight. Anyone Interested In the subject of good roads wllL be welcome to attend the meeting this evening; to be held in the Commercial association rooms under the auspices of the committee on roads and streets. Delegations from the various commercial organ isations of the county are expected to be present aa well as the members of the county court and commissioner W. I. Thompson. All new road legis lation and principally the proposed bond issue will be discussed and ex plained. Delegates to the state-wide meeting in Portland Saturday will be chosen. Athletic Duo Beunited. Chester Fee of this city. and ,i3foe" Mulrhead of Portland, tne gieal two-man tracateam or tne uni versity of Oregon last) season, enjoyed a ronton last evening. Mulrhead Is visiting Claude Hampton and Fee came down from Ukiah, his father having traded his ranch there to John Endleott for Cabbagre Hill property. Fee and Mulrhead togeth er made more points In practically every meet last season than all mem bers of the opposing teams made combined. ' 'I Keen up tne rep in Your Storage Battery Means the right kind of inspection at regular intervals by men who are experts. Erinjj your battery to us for testing at least once a month. Don't wait until troubles develop. It -w. ill cost you nothing to find out your battery's condition and will R&ve you many a repair bill. Start th? habit today. PENDLETON AUTO CO. STORAGE batteryj Service Station Colored Tiger reorganise. The Pendleton colored Tigers re. organized for the coming baseball Moon last night and elected the fol lowing officers: Warren Crawford, manager; W. Miles, assistant manag er; O. W. Hooker, secretary and treasure; Robert Nixon. captain Manager Crawford appointed a com mittee of W. Miles. R. Nixon, Oeorge Hooker and Ernest Wilson to arrange for a minstrel show and concert to be given some time next month to fl. nance the yam. The minstrel and concert will le given by local talent Administrators Appointed. Charles F. Flack of Helix has ben appointed administrator of the estate of his father, the lite John Flack. The estate consists of personal prop erty, valued approximately at sislo. John C. Larsen has been appointed administrator of the estate of his brother, christian P. Larsen. who diej in Aberdeen last October, leaving; an eightih Interest in a quarter section of land In this county, valued at SI 7!0. (Sootl .Attendance at services. Pleased with a good nttemlunce and a full choir at the beginning of the speciul meetings at the Presby terian church. Rev. Snyder preached a strong and whole-harted sermon on the text "The Man Who Could Not Pay the Price" bringing out the un satlsfaetoryness of the things of the world. Tonight he is to preach on "The Refuge of Lies." Mrs. .1. B. Mc- Cook will sing. All the people of Pen dleton are Invited to these services which are to last for ten days. Throughout the Store . - t You will be able to find the newest things in the latest styles and shades that can Me found in any stores of the larger cities. Do not forget that we are probably the only store in Pendleton that retains a New York resident buyer and we keep twelve of them busy all the time selecting the absolute newest and nicest articles that are on the Eastern market, and shipping them to us immediately. Is this not a special ser vice that you can get no where else? With all of this added to our syndicate we can and do undersell all competitors. If you have not had the opportunity of see ing our spring line, drop in and it will be a pleasure to show you through. New Arrivals or Costs SS.eO to $23.50 Klegant New Silk Pmmi. ID.M to (18.50 The Newest Shades In Suits $.0 to S2.VO0 The "NlftKnC Skirts have arrived SS.SS to 8.n ' New Silk ivttlcoats S.4 to S4.S0 l.tautlnu Crepe Waists ...... 1 Sl.flH. SS1.9H Xew Silk waists SI.BS, S-J.Bs Nice Assortment or Middles adc to fl.M Val Lav?, yard . . .. c to 1JH YOTJ CAN DO BETTER AT J. C Pennev Co Inc. V Hug ltugs o to S3.3S Green Window Shade Xc,!1c Cm lain Scrims, yard 10c to SSe 1 act' Curtains, pair . 49c to S4.M Curtain Dotted pswlss, yard lite Crelonnea, yard tSKie to Su Small Moor ltugs !.4. S3.SH KeauUful Axminxter Hug, vlj 934.se Samr Quality Hugs H.XxlO.S ... $21 .0u WE LEAD, OTHERS FOIXOW r.iiniMI M SKXT 1IY ALABAMA TO SIT IX SAME Boxing Smoker Anwnimd. The Pendleton Business Men's Club has announced a hoxlntr smoker for Tuesday evening. March 20th. The bouts will be held It the club Kym nasium and will feature Jack Carpen ter in the main event against Hughle Pitts, a colore! boy on the passenger run between here and Spokane. Is the seml-windup, "Pasco." also col ored and quite a local favorite, will meet Andy Jensen, a pupil of Chaa Jost. In all five bouts will be staged each of six rounds. Asks for m Divorce. . Mrs. Anna Ivie today brought suit in the circuit court against, her bus band. William Ivie. ask inn for a di vorce and for the restoration of tht name Mrs. Anna ..Tompkins, They were married in Vancouver, March . 1915, and have no children. Plaintln alleges she loaned her husband 1175 with which to buy blacksmith tools and, when she refused' to make a fur ther loan, was cursed and abused. Her hunbtind abandoned her for sev eral months and last September left her again and has since refused to live with her. He Is now in Condon, she alleges. She asks for $50 attor ney fpn and $20 suit money. Fred erick fttelwer is her attorney. Six Women on .Murder Jury. 8 BATTIER, March 13. A Jury of six women and six men Is trying the ca-e of Thomas H. Tracy, accused of the murder of Deputy Sheriff jeffer- son Heard at Kverett, Wash., last Novemoer. Tracy was a member of a "Free speech" 'twiat expedition that went to Everett from Seattle under the direction of the Industrial Work ers of the World to hold a street meeting. The sheriff of Snohomish county, forbade the expedition to land and firing began. Five of the expedition and two deputy sheriffs were killed. GETS ONE MORE CHANCE WITH GIANTS r : I Jim ) f 4 t u a: v : V - U svr 1' 1 fit , ." 'vCr , r X f l , t J ja- .j6il-ASSj t.-dsH83sMks j a. V "f t ri An excellent program was render ed by the pupils of the school. Wal ton Roork. the teacher, favored tha members with a couple of readings from James Whltcomb Riley. Several matters of Importance were discussed br the association and as the next regular meeting- happens to be on Arbor Dry, 13th proximo, it was planned to hold a Joint session. . The pnsBram is now being; planned and preparations wil lbe made so as to hold an outdoor entertainment, should the "weather permit The dif ferent grades will plant trees. After the meeting adjourned refreshments were served by tha mothers present. This school Is one of the most pro gressive of the. many rural schools of the cousty. Improvements are occa sionally being made for we tsilieve ki keeping abreast with the times. TJie contagious diseases that are prevalent throughout tha schools 'of the county have not yet marred the attendance In this district. The pres ent: enrollment numbers twenty -six. but will soon decrease aa Charles Ro is soon to depart for the Willamette vallty to reside. Your Warmest Friend is eacocK m Ask Your Neighbor 1) PHONE 178 for trial order ABO-.- STKAlta a-KXAMVHKAB Alabama is so pleased with Sena tor John H. liunkhead's thirty-three-year record in congress she has de- aided to keep up the line of succes sion. That is why, for the first time, I., is said, a father and son will sit is the same congress. Representative William B. Bankhead la the sequel m this case. The state of Alabama Is said to be "mighty proud" of its futhe' and son combination. NEWSY NOTES FROM SCHOOL DIST. NO. 113 (East Oregon Ian Special.) A DA MS. March 13. The regular meeting of the Parent -Teacher Asso ciation was held at the school houso on Friday afternoon. Owing to such muddy roads the at tendance was smaller than usual. To Or Owners. Art Jarred Is now operating the City Auto Uo. General Repair Shop, agency for Jeffery cars, service sta tion for Hupmoblle. Skilled labor only. All work guaranteed. Adv. renting Machine Demoiintrntkm. Come and see the fine emorolder- Ir.g and open work hemstitching done on the Klnger Hewing Macnlne. 1111 toe here tor a few week nn 1 will teach you how to do all kinds of fan cy work on your sewm-r machine Itlmu an attachment, stiver Sew ig Machine Store, 230 E. Court street. Jam Thorpe, the great Indian wtl l-ie. has been given one more chane to make good with the New York (.fonts. This picture shows him In tratuiiifc at the ClanU' training raiitp. Mailln. T-s. EYE STRAIN MEANS NERVE DRAIN Eye strain Is not always ae- o m ptn'ed tv p-Mr vsinn; vis- , . Ion In eech eye s.- -may register le per cent yet the drain on the nerve sOpply f ths body la far reaching and the re sults almost unbelievable. The symptoms that are general ly known to go with eye trouble may be absent, yft the sympathet ic nerve system be greatly disturb ed and the effect crop out In some part of the body where the resist ance la least. If !'-ve tried other systems for Mv rH . f of headaches and x.er.oui (li nidnrn without the de sired rr-sults, try optometry. Thou sands have found relief aiier try ing many other systems alihoiit results. DALE ROTHWELL Optometrist and Optician ril WtucnouDOF ip-Wi - n..iL- 17 Imp Oi Al The Sign Of The Pxcock.- Quality Quantity Service : t if2!!!III!lH!!!!!I!IlIlliIIE mmnmmii illUUilliiliiliiHiiliUilililUliliiHlUlUiuiubiiuuui. MAXWELL fi Tito wn,Ur rv,.. M II- . . .11 sg Five Pass. Touring Car, f. o. b. Pendleton.. $725 Two Pass. Roadster, f. o. b. Pendleton.. $710 si E3 It is a definite point of Maxwell policy to con centrate on a single model and devote every ef fort and resource toward the development and re finement of this one car. This policy insures to the purchaser not only a greater value per dollar of his investment, but it also protects him against the abnormal depreciation caused by the frequent introduction of new or superficially more attrac tive models a practice which is quite prevalent in the automobile industry. Buy the Maxwell for what it stands for then the price will be all the more satisfactory. CARLOAD HERE FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Oregon Motor Garage Incorporated. 117. II. III. IU West Court S. TsUphoee 4M B 3 S3 I a e i E i i 3 11 i i 3 6 3 S 3 f 3 -l....uiii,(iiiri.fMmMm.ttjiaifrfftrrHiMf'HniMitfmtitHiiMrfirinr'mTTfiirnrtirtftirtMfMfiiiiiiiiittirami,i,(,,.M-. ? li1iiitui..iui1ituhlUmUliah,mu,.KUUui