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DAILY EAST ORKGONIAN. PENDLETON, OREGON. FRIDAY. JULY IS, 1917.
EIGHT PAGES 'QQdOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO; PAGE EIGHT o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o -.Tofmr .VJ QUAKER CORN FLAKES OUR REGULAR PRICE EVERY DAY, 3 LARGE PACKAGES FOR 25c. HOT WEATHER BREAKFAST FOODS Shredder Wheat Biscuit, Roman Meal, Ketloggs Corn Flakes, Bran, Post Toasties, Force, Cream of Wheat, Puff Rice, Puff Wheat, Puff Corn, Wheat Hearts, Wheat Eats, Mothers Wheat Hearts, Olympic Wheat Hearts, K rumbles. Post Porridge, Pettijohns Mush, Albers Oats and Wheat, Golden Rod Oats and Wheat, Quaker Oats and Wheat, Mothers Oats, Albers Pan cake Flour, Albers Peacock Flour, Golden Rod Pancake Flour, Blydenstein's Pastry Flour, Bly denstein's Mush, Corn Meal. COMPLETE LINE OF FRESH FRUIT AND "VEGETABLES FOR SATURDAY'S TRADE. (MY BROS. GROCERY CO. Two Phones 28 "QUALITY 823 Main St. o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o s o o o o o o o o liases In HIvor. Hob Saunders yesterday caujrht two biic buss in the river neur Kieth. One of them weiKhed over a pound. To Kdwlr MUK The Pendleton Roller Mills has taken out a permit to make a'toni lions and repairs at the mills at a cost of S500. oooooooooooooooooooooooooo feJlil'iyuM!i!i!ji . ..T-a ; HE Hit Fr Warm Wether Wear jt n f ur c' B Willinm Kennedy Arraigned. William Kennedy of Hermiston, who shot and wounded his Jon re cently, will be arraigned this after noon before Justice- of the Pe.ice Parkes on a charge of assault with a dangerous weapon. Mntlter HI; Oillcd Rut. George P. Gllmore, well known newspaperman of this city, expects to leav this evening for his old uome in Rhode Is1 and in response to a message telling of the serious ill ness of his mother. horses and harness. Ho has pur chased a truck and hereafter wi'l re ly on motor power instead of hors flesh. I'n.f. immrr Coining. Prof. J. B. Corner of the depart- ment of history at the Oregon Agrl- 1 cultural college, is to he here tomor- : row fur the purpose of meeting prospective students nnd others in- j terested tn the work of the college. . He is to be at the Hotel from 2 o' clock until 4 in the afternoon. of I Opens In New Location. W. A. Hart, who has been conduct ing the barber shop in tn Hotel 'Pendleton block, expects to open n his new location in the Golden mile hotel tomorrow. lushed in McKenzie. Car Peringer arrived home this morning from a trip to Foley Springs in Une county. He went with a party of Portlanders and enjoyed some great fishing on the McKensie river. mm Warner's Rust-Proof Corsets will make for distinctness and comfort all through the summer. You can wash a warner's it will not rust. Buy two or three at a time and so be sure of a fresh, clean corset every summer day. See our Special Display. Buy your pillow cases and sheets in our Down Stairs Store. Truck. Replaces Horse. W. T. Ford of Stanfield hns arrang ed for an auction sale at Bcho July 21 for the purpose of selling his Surveyors On Job. A. M. Oumar And r. O- Polk the V. 8. Office of public roads, were in the city lust niKht. stnyinK at t?-e Summer. They left this morning to run a preliminary survey between here and Pend'eton. They expect to finish their work by next Sunday.--I-a Grande Observer. iS I A i u 1 2 i 5 5 Kccriiitliii; for O. N. A. Sergeant J. A. Banister. I'matilla county boy. has hi rived in rnrfieton and will remain here un til Sunday as special recruiting fleer for the O. N. fJ. nl for resrular army. He will make heartminrtecs at the local army cruitinsr office. He Is tryin r.n men. former of- the his Real, Genuine, Foreign Dyed, Heavy Weight, j OVERALLS 9Sc MESH UNION SUITS FOR MEN ..;... 49c, 89c ATHLETIC STYLE UNION SUITS, the Nationally Advertised Ones 49c, 69c, 89c MULESKIN HARVEST SHOES A $1.79 ELK HIDE HARVEST SHOES $2.25 COOL SILK HATS FOR SUMMER 39c GOOD BIG WORK SHIRTS 49c WE CHALLENGE THE WORLD ON THESE PRICES. OUR EVERY DAY PRICE. NOT A SPECIAL SALE.. WE NEVER HAVE ONE. EVERYTHING IN THE STORE IS PRICED IN THE SAME LOW RATIO. VOC CAN DO UKTTEH AT 9- & SeTtzy Sj ' THE GOLDEN RULE & J t HE LEAD OTIIKItS roLi.ow tuio clerk now exists at the Pendle ton postofflce. Application blank and information may be obtainrd from Harvey M. Klder at the Pendle ton poatofflce. HVtiito fs Appraised. J. J. Williams, t'harlea Stewart nnd J. M. Brown, appraisers of tiie estate of David M. Blry, have report ed the value of the estate at $1500. tr enlist 1 l-xliuston Pinnivr Iles. I Levi I'enland today received a tel- " ,eKram telling of the death of Wll- Clvlt service F.xam. urinyed. liam Leach, pioneer merchant and The U. a Civil Service I'omnns- farnier of Lexington and formerly a sion announces that the, male clerk- ( rilclnc of Weston. Death must carrier examination announced to be havo comt, gU(irtpniy as Mr. Leach held at Pendleton. Oreson. oh July '.,,,,,1 ner. ahout a week ago and was apparently In good health. He 14 1917, has been postponea o .u gust 11 1917. Age limits are in i" 45 years. Men only will le admitted. A vacancy In tne ptmuun o. SM KDIHH OOLONKfj IS mi kikhi:i ran 8i9(Kirrs STO'KHlLM. July 13. The news Paper. Iagens Xyheter says that Col. Hjalmar Smitt. a prominent member of the Swedish general staff, was found murdered in his flat Saturday. The attendant circumstances Indicate an attempt by the murderer to get possession of military plana In colonel Smltl's keeping. i has a number of relatives county. in this llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilli:ill!!llll!llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll I T.P.W. Pure Food Shop 3 PHONES. ALL 15, The Coolest Spot in Pendleton... Clean, FIyles, Sanitary jr Basement, The next 15 days should be RED CURRANT DAYS. In these days of shortage of food production every S housewife will desire to put up a quantity of red currant 5 jHy, which is the standard of all jellies. Red currant jelly can best be made BEFORE the cur- runts are TOO RIPE. In fact there should be a few green S currants on each cluster in order to get the right results. E Give us your orders now, we receive fresh shipments oaily by express. When you see them you'll surely buy. A visit to I01T Off 111 MoTHTiMT, OwiiiR to the necessity of dolnt work in the mnln transmission line feedinzr Pendleton, the P. P. & I, O S will cut off the power tomorrow morntnir hctwcn 3 and 4 o'clock. S , Putnms who have all-nigJU motors j caujfht the limit of trout tn the riv- running should take prefimtion- S opainst havine their switches closed S when the "juice" id turned on iiRTiin. J. o. Hoskins, Echo woolKrowers, is a Pendleton visitor toduy. Co. K. Holer, veteran journuliHt of Salem, is In attendanee at thu Kdiiorial convention. liny Snyder, fahsman at Bond Pros., spent the lat two days at RinKham SpritiRs and yesterdav I-alrd and KTanots McKenna, th youn brothtTH of Mrs. James 8. Johns, who are visitlngr here from Portland, were hosts last evening at a most enjoyable picnic which In cluded anions It festivities a awtm mtnK party and weiner roast. Mr and Mrs. Johns chaperoned the youm folk, those present oelnu Catherine Simpson. Edith Itarthel, Dorothy liarth. l Krma Mclteynolds. Doris Orahurn, Harold Knrthel. Alton Mc Keynolds, Cliiude Mclteynolds and Norris Graham. At a church weddinpc at nine o' clock Sunday morning, two popular Pendleton young people. Miss Flora George and Pert Wilson are to he made man and wife. The ceremony is to be performed in th . Presbyterian church by Hev J. E. Snyder and all friends of the couple will be welcome to attend. liftmen i:lct officer. Election and insinuation of officers of ITniaholIto Tribe No. 1. Order of Redmen, took place last evening. The following were the officers elected: Suchem. James Devlin; senior saga more, Karl (Juiott; Junior saifaimTe. ' Joe lYiedler; keeper of wampum. i Willinm Edniistnn; Chief of records. ' R. c Uwrc nee; sun'Tp. Harnev Han-lea. YOUR SUNDAY DINNER? What to have. our grocery basement settles the question. SUGAR PRICES HAVE SMALL EFFECT ON COST OF PRESERVING: than five years apo when sugar DALE ROTHWRLIt OptomrlrlHt am) Optician Kyvs Hcleiittf U'al ly examined. clhiHeH k round to fit. American National Bank Building Pendleton. rHmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiHiuniiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiriiiiriHiiii7 anmiiiuniiniiiiMniiHiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiMimiiiiiiiiiiuotiiiiiiiiiiiuuiitiiuiiiiiuuu: Bond Clothes $15 to S35 Ideal fabrics for both street and outing wear so serviceable and of such charac ter that they can be worn the year 'round. See our worsted fabrics of the "Double Service" range. They have the added feature of contrasted color backs, as shown in skeleton lined uits. They are shown in all shades that are in ds-rnand litfht. medium or dark. Pattern ed in herringbone and plain weaves, which are in one and two-tone effects. Obtainable in Relter models with one and two piece half belt, or belt all around, and in all regular suit models. Our own tailors see that vou are fit perfectly. Bond Bros. Mea t Conpii Outfitter Pendleton T radlng CtotJbJera. Lily Muxworth Wallace, Na tional President Associated Clubs of Domestic Science, says that less than one-fifth of the contents of an average quart jar of canned fruit is added sugar. It appears from the official figures of the United States gov ernment, taking- the average of 45 of the leading industrial cities ' of the United States, that the average retail price of sugar during the last five years, as of March lfith. has been as follows: 112 5.4 cents lb. 1913 5.4 cents lb. 1 JtH &.1 cents lb. 6.6 cents lb. 1916 7.4 cents lb. 1917 8.7 cents lb. When we realize that less than 1-5 of the contents of an average quart Jar of canned fruit (6 3-4 oz., to be exact) is added sugar, it is readily dem onstrated that the increased cost of preserving because of the increased cost of sugar is less than 1 l-2c per quart jar more was unusually cheap. We arrive at this deduction by taking the average cost of sugar in 19125.4 cents per lb., or 2.3 cents per quart jar of fruit compared with the aver age coHt of sugar today at 9c a pound", or 3.8 centsc per quart jar of fruit. When compared with the rise of sugar in 1916, the increased cost per quart jar of fruit be cause of the higher cost of su gar in is but tf-10 of a cent per jar. We mention this to show the fallacy which prevails among American housewives generally, that the high prices of sugur materially affect the cost of put ting up fruit in Jars. We are looking forward to this being one of the heaviest seasons we have ever experienced on fruit Jars, and if those interested in the sale of sugar and fruit jars would bear the a"tove facts in mind, some of the erroneous beliefs of many housewives would be corrected. Wife rile. tT- ompliiint. sj That her husband. Jacob H Kasari. has shown a preference for the so S ciety of their female servants and h m Ei deported himself in a scandalous j j manner is alleged by Jennie Kasa rj j in her answer and eross-com plaint to I the divorce suit started several days ago by her husband. She asks th'it ZZ she be given the divorce, the custody E of their two children, f 150 costs. $roi 5 attorney fees, $!t0 a month for the E support of the children, one-hnlf of E the personal property and onethlrd S of the real property. Her crops complaint is a long one nnd in It she :E recites that her husband was always 5 helping tn wash the dishes when she S had female help hut refused to go In- 2 to te kitchen when she was alone S ; and needed It. She names several 5 j women with whom she alleges her E husband associated in a scandalous S manner and accuses him of cur curs- tng and chokinv her and of subject- tng her to many other indignities. Fee !E & Fee are her attorneys. She asks for E a rent raining order to prevent her E rrto-band from disposing of his prop- erty. Meantime typhoid has been depos ed from Its former job as chief exe cutioner to the god of war. PENDLETON'S GREATEST DEPT. STORE The Peoples Warehouse WHERE IT PAYS TO TRADE int atks" m:v mvu;kk , Self Rising Flour IS NOT A LUXURY. IT ts cheaper than ordinary flour and baking powder, because : IT eliminates waste. IT gives surer and better results. IT saves eggs and shortening. HOT WEATHER SUGGESTION: USE BLYDENSTEIN'S SELF RISING PASTRY ELOUR IN THE HOME OR CAMP. It is the best and purest that can be made. FOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS SiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiT : lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllirilllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!:! BILLY'S BRAN-NEW PHILOSOPHY S a. Whrn MnM'on offrr to tnty drink no one wanu to tcape -especially if Ita BRAN-NEW IXHiAN" I1KKIIY fSTItAXVIIKKKY KASIMIKICKY M-.MON l'iK.l'PI.R CIIKIIKY OliWf.K Thr. It's the t pr-ti in .'Very bubble. joy-Kivlnj: iiiiilsurntrier Wf l.cittle it. I It's awful the way some 1 of us chase temptation: ft I Kas'ri a chance to escape" Vm. Roesch Bottling Co. I Pendleton Oregon nf'fflM!IM'l(MIMMMMIMIIIIIIIIIIIlllllilllIlfllllllHIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIflji7 Tllll 1 1 1 1 1 1 M 1 M 1 1 Hf lli I) I ttf lllll 1 llli I H 1 1 1f t! II II J 1 M 1 1 1 1 J III ! J I II I i I II 1 1 Jl 1 1 If 1 1 llllil IHI I UIIM liZ Hutro IVzdi-k. who hiiw ht-en ;utlng eont. in th- n'v numager of the Tittlurg N at lot m I T-taviif ifitHehuIl lub. ti-p'iilinp Harm ':ner, who t( an ai-ting ninnK-r for fnl two ('Ryu. Wagner was uivt-n the lac when Jlrrimif :ill:ihan wns ousted F.ezdok van at nhc firm 11 ntnr foot lalt player of ttS l'niv'i-rnity of f'hl- (aiEo and ;irir rw hciIm w.tt miHrvit f ph fi'wttl int r m i tni and fot Ita II Mich ut tin- I 'niv-rMity f i-Kon. Owing to thrir more practicable construction are sure to become Umatilla County's most popular TRUCKS Carload Now Here Another Carload Coming One-Ton Denby Truck ... $1500 Two-Ton Denby Truck $1985 Three-Ton Denby Truck $2450 This is our last shipment to be sold at the old prices. Hereafter they will be advanced in price $100 for each ton of capacity. BUY NOW Oregon Motor Garage Incorporated. 1 17. 1 19. 121, 123 West Court St Telephone 468 iiiKiiffiim if