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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. PENDLETON. OREGON. THURSDAY. APRIL 19. 1917. TEN PAGES r3 MIMtinil;ilt4liniiniinnHIIIIIMIMI!IUIM1tU1llll!1IIUMIItft11IIMIIUHMMIIirj: VIE SAP APPLES Just the right season for this variety. 5 We guarantee every box. S 2 Only Limited J Supply I Box $2.00 1 I EARLY ROSE SEED POTATOES I EARLY OHIO SEED POTATOES EARLY NORTHERN SEED POTATOES I GRAY BROS. GROCERY CO. "QUALITY" I Two Phones 28 823 Main St. nmiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii The Store of Style and Quality NEVER BEFORE v,-ere the styles more pleasing in women's apparel than this season, but with this, comes the fact that NEVER BEFORE was merchandise of first quality and style so hard to get. However, we in vite you to our-store, confident that in our wonderful stock of "Ready-to-"Wear" your every need may be sup plied and at the right price. MRS. CLARK. 13 13 L: iUvS. &S$V&X5jrZar tsUrMU ri-r in i i in, ii, i mmm wiml . 1 1 Service At Yonr Service T.ir atiafaotion iih our service and the quality of our product is more iiv. porta n t to us t ha n yoo are likely to think. That is why we hars established a Ftsk anil Goodyear M.HV1CK KKI'ARTMKNT nd Repair Dep't. FFMCIKXTMT MAXAGHJ. PENDLETON AUTO COMPANY ft To iiuild t;arare. V. tetrobie has taken out a permit to buna a garagw on June street. Itoad Mh1u at Allien. A good rods meeting to discuss the bonding' measure will be held at Athena this evening and W. L Thompson, Senator Frederick; SteU wer, Representative H, W. Rimer ana H. J, laylur wtlj attend. Illuminated llag Sign. The Faciiic Power & Light Co. lias erected an illuminated flag in front of its place of business on Court street and alternating currents oi electricity run through it In such a way arf to produce a waving effect ai night. A. W. V. Tunis Cm of Money. The Pendleton branch or the Am erican Woman's League, which has been defunct for several years, yes-i terday decided through its former to turn over the SIS balance to the civic Club for use .in beautifying the li brary grounds. 'too fast on hi feet,' but the force of the blow broke the ahovel. John oon declared he didn't attend to strike Rudd, but the latter, according to all witnesses, wasn't taking any chances. Ruy New Pathriuder. K W. McComaa has received a 1917 model seven passenger Path finder car which he recently ordered. l iioVrxoes Operation. Mrs. Klvin Lampkln Is at St. An' thony's hospital recovering' from an operation. ? To War Vacancy. Ltloyd Harris, who made Pendleton his home for a couple of years eight or nine years ago, will arrive Sunday to take a position with the Pendleton Drug Co., succeeding Verne Boy n ton. who is enlisting in the U. S. medicai corps. Mr. Harris was in the city for a short time las week. of High School HI in. The last of the special high school motion picture program will be giv en this evening at 7:15. Marguerite Clarkk will be shown In Mark Twain's Clark will be shown in Mark Twain's favorite appears at her best. School children will be admitted for five cents and adults for ten. Judge Flu Cierald julte 111. Judge Thomas Fits Gerald, veteran city recorder, is reported to be seri ously ill at his home where he ha been confined for nearly a week with liver complaint. This afternoon, however, he is reported by his phy sic ial to be considerably improved. His brother. Ir. Henry Fits Gerald of Portland, arrived this morning to attend him. Takes lrtonct lie'ow. Sheriff T. r Taylor left yesterday for Salem with three prisoners sen tenced to the penitentiary. They are Ltlaine Ouggar, sentenced from om to 20 yeara on a statutory charsre nn John IDImore and John Lund, sen tenced from one to ten years on a charge of stealing brass fronl th county. Sis ForcclWiu Knits Filed. ' Six suits for the foreclosure of mortgages under contracts with the Maxwell Land 4A Irrigation Co,, have been filed in the circuit court. The Umatilla Farm Lands Co.. to whom the M. I. & I. Co. has assigned con tiacts, is plaintiff in all but one. The defendants are Michael Gerdes and George Hays, Ole Egge, Terre Haute Orchard Co., W. W. Nichols and C. R. McDowell and J. A. Hoff. Th- sixth suit was brought bv the First National Bank of Seattle and the de fendant is Joseph. Skrable, ormer!. of this city. ClrtmJt Ctourt .tunine. The plaintiff In the case of J. E. Smith livestock Co., vs. Mrs. C. K. Briggs et al. has been sven a decree of full ownership to a tract of land the title of which was clouded. Th-i Oregon Lumber Co. has been given Judgment against G. R, O'Melveny for $411.12 plus interest anft 15 & costs. Th e case or the West Cou t Specialty Co.. vs. J. B. Sparks has been dismissed. I Joy Scoam Reorganize. Last evening at the high school 21 boys met and reorganized the Pen dleton Boy Scouts. One of the first undertakings of the boys will be? to secure a number of vacant lots anJ plant them to garden. The Cnimer cial Association ywlll act as the scout advisory council and Clarence Tubba will superintend the activities of the organization. At the next meeting 'patrol leaders will probably be named. VF IIKFS HKLRASKO TO MIXOlt LKAGI K (1.1 H : ' mm - Suits and Dresses , of Individuality No iu In IVmlloton can hIiow yu xiich Mil pxquiHltr line ut SuilM both In Wmii tuit KllkN or mic-h vnrli-d ywrunrat f Kilk and I'riiw DrcMwn of Uie moHt beauliriil HliiutiK. ho popular tlilH waxon. Kluiit out of K'i-- ten of Uut nrw and nifty Kulto iu mtc on the Htiwt arv iumliawd from tin- J. (',. I'ciincy Co.,, . and no I wo are alike. Our KaxUYn ouw lil u by raprrw. dully, the viry lateNt' ntMilH and color oomMuatloiiM tliat.are hrouKht out In the Htykt center of Amerkw, .New Vork I'lty. In liuyliuc f'r 175 bnwy HtoreH we are able to preenl our Itrady-lo- Wear aariuetitM at a much Uer fluriirt tluin any competitor. IVautlful A pi ilo (reen Wool Poplin. I'lnch-back myle. . tIT.M California Gold, Wool INiplln. lU'ltcd Wf-t.., tal.O lOlecaut Illuc Hence, Neatly Trimmed ll.Sa Many other New McmIcIh from .0 to f'ia.S A Very Snell Tokki Blue Silk Unit '. An FxiilHlte Sluuk of lVarl (iray Kllk Suit $21. M l.ijtbt Tan tieoracttr t'repe DrexHea $16. M Navy iluV IMcau-d Taffeta Silk Drctw, Kmiilre Model. . . tl.K0 Toklo Itlue, tiolrt Collar, Taffeta ftllk ttmm 13.5a ladieH I'oatu, a Iju-kc Awt. of New Kliwles from $A.IN to fia.5 VOl' CAN ih) nr-m-.it we i.kao f THC GOLDEN RULE S J t X t t i -m th C-uy MatlM4c New OmKY. The Temple Theater will reopen Sunday under 'the management of Guy Matlock and John Oreulich, well known picture playhouse proprietors. according to an announcement mad today. They have taken & lease on the theater and plan to Improve the picture service. It is not their lnten- tlo to build up a monopoly in the picture business In Pendleton but, by eliminating friction, increase the standard of picture shows here and at the same time reduce the cost to the public. 34 Steve Yerkes. second baseman with the Chicago Xatlonale. who has been released to the Indianapolis Club of the American Assocration. Yerkea. a former Pittsburgh Federal, is under a Federal league contract, calling for fr.( a year. His release is -taken to mean that Tarry Doyle wil I be In con dition to play seci:nd. UKHOI IM KS OF (OI XTV. Con t i n u ed fro ni Pa ge 1.1 M 2 t"niil- at Vttnri. Peter Swartat, recruiting officer for the navy, arrived home this morning from a trip to Baker. Enterprise and La Orande. He had rare fortune in Knterprise, securing 22 recruits. H state that the whole town closed up hop to ie the boys a send-off and took up a purse of five dollars for each recruit. These same boys were entertained at dinner last evening In a urande by K Jaahw)ii, a traveling ' representative of J. K- G'H it Co. and g another traveling man. In Maker he secured 'Ut one recruit and In Ija ' Orande six. He will return next week to Wallowa where he-has a line on a numfer of young men. Tomorro he wil! go to Kcho to sign up several young men there. This morning L,o An Todd of Hermiston. enlisted. Monday h sent down to Portland Robert O. Tweedy of Weston and Wil liam Oscar We Iks of Pendleton. ell and C. M. Stype to organize the third Step will be taken to perfect similar organisations all over the county, and it is planned to hold drills at regular interval. fin Idleness. The meeting last evening declared against any person between the nve of IS and .66 being Idle during thl time of stress and ur'-red everyone to do his or her part whether in the field, fartory. farm or otner place. All Sign I p. At the conclusion of the meetings: ped. to which I may bo called by the republic In this crisis of its lit'e; and 1 heartily endorse the resolutions here tofore at this meeting adopted." Copies of this pledge will be cir culated all over the county with the idea of placing every man in the county at the service of the nation. The pledge was prepared by a special committee consisting of Judge Lowell, C. H. Carter and Frederick Steiwer. The resolutions adopted were pre pared and presented by Judge Low ell and follow the lines suggested bv the authorities at Washington- The meeting was presided- over by Dan i Smythe and I-ee D. Drake acted as I secretary. The following; are the resolutions adopted : j Whereas, modern warfare demands the mobilisation not only of men but tpotentinl resources ;and whereas, in a republic there is a duty resting upon (the individual as well us upon the I government; and Whereas, there are j tiu ties which every person of sound mind Ciin perform, either in the rear i;r upon the battle line; and Wherea. at tiiis juncture every person between the aes of itf and "i inclusive must render to the republic the willing urin 1 ute uf his time, talent and wealth; Therefore, be It Resolved, that in order that Pendleton and Umatilla County may be ready for the nation call, and that a military census ma, ' be taken without delay, showing its resources In men, material, animals and soil productions, a Committee Oi Public Safety or Council of Defence t appointed by the president of lhi meeting, the Circuit Judge, of the District and the 'County Judge of the County, such committee to consist o( 21 member who shall serve without pay, seven of whom shall be women !id fourteen of whom shall be men; And be It Further Kesolved. that it la the sense of this meeting that ever-' citizen of the city and county should voluntarily assist said committee, In its work, and that the work of as sembling datA be done under the di rection and with the co-operation of the federal government, and in such manner and form as the federal au thorities shall susirest: And be It Further Resolved, that It is the opinion of this meeting that a Minn as poss ' blf t he r shall be or ranlxed In the City of Pendleton, and in the other towns o the county, thre distinct military companies for Im mediate tralntnK, the first to be com posed of the men without families from the ages of 18 to 45, to be con sidered the first emergency reserve and to be ready to respond promptly by enlistment In the United . State i.rmy for the term of the war, the the third to be composed of men be tween 46 and 65, to be known as the third emergency reserve, to hold themselvea in readiness either for field service. If physically able, or for any other duty whereby the republic will be the gainer through their ef forts; And he it Further Resolved, that the men who have had experience in military organizations, and who are competent to command, should pre pare themselves now for the exami nations of the officers reserve, and for the training of the federal sum mer schools for officers, and to that end that they be Invited to Join one uf the three companies above reerred to, until ready for the special work of military officers; And be It Further Resolved, that mobilixatlon for work upon the farms and in the factories should be brought about, that none be Idle in this season of national stress, and that the mili tary organisation be extended to com prise every man, woman and child be tween the ages of 16 and lift, each to be assigned to that duty which he can best perform, and each to be urn fully a soldier as though bearing a musket n the uniform of his country. EE IL ST IN THE ARMY of Enthusiastic Users of Peacock" Coal "Best By Every Test" PHONE 178 m? lifflfflp Co. Quality Quantity Service "AlUie of IlK-Pricoc" 2 2 every man present went forward and signed the following pledge; j second to consist of the men of milt "As an American citizen I hereby ! tary age with families, to be consfd pledge myself to the performance of teied the second emernency rs-rv, any duty, civil or military, for which ; and to be ready to respond when the I am mentally and 'phrfncnlly equip- ; govrnment calls men of that class, and Jotinwm-iUMld tfid Break- Out. The Johnson-Rudd feud which has been running now for some time got the principals Into police court again this morning when EX A. Johnmm. eoa of L B Johnson, was charged with assault by Charles H. Rudd and Rudd wa charred oy Johnson with disorderly conduct. Johnson waa con victed and fine $2 an the case against Rudd waa dimnlssed. Rudd. who is a tailor on Weet Webb, teaxeff a bulling from I. B Johnson who ha a store next door. Their feud started with a duHMcreenwnt over the term of the lease and they htve rarrfd It into the police court twice and into the justiie snd circuit court one. The cajie sired iht morning ero- .u of an alterention'flnrlnr March. Rudd undertook prevent the younger Johnson from cleaning out some toard pihM agltiht the building oc i up led by Ru"1." Jnnron mrnnc a Mow wl'h h. stio M ft didn't strike Rudd for. w!ti.e tetrlMtd, he was OBEGOQ -. TEIEATHE Sat. April 2 1 NOT A PICTURE GAS KILL & Mac V1TTY, Inc., OFFER A NEW PLAY "THE OTHER MANS WIFE" Br VICTOR E, LAMBERT With ANN HAMILTON A strung, clean, Uwj iframa that grips but never offends. PRICES 50, 75c $1-00 JTKATS. DELTA CANDY STORK. jTiiirniimmmmiiiMiniHiimmimmmmmi gllIiilil!lii!iliiililili!!!;ilil!ii;;Uilul!luiliiiiikiilli mm I1IIIUI. mmtmiiwi yiuuiiuiuiiUfi Iff Spend this Spring in the "Great Outdoors" THE VALVE-IN-HEAD BUICK is the key that opens the door to Nature's own playgrounds. It pauses at a thousand pleasant places that the trains rush by with a roar of dis dain. It enters into the spirit and mood of every outing, romping up the hills and waiting patiently at the summits while the kiddies hunt for wild flowers and the grown-ups drink in the long vistas of light and color. And while the Buick is re freshing the merrymakers with a change of scene and varying recreation,, it is giving them a tonic of sunshine and ozone that makes big appetites and healthy bodies. r. El BEAUTIFUL POWERFUL RELIABLE f i 3 1 1 Oregon Motor Garage Incorporated. 117. II. 111. It! Wt Court St. TaUpttofW M . --Mimt'tiiiprifmtrm'ti'mHfmMwtM '