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DAILY EAST OREGON! AN. PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, JULY 3l, 1917.
EIGHT PAGES ' 00000000000000900000000000 PAGE EIGHT o o a o o o o o o o o o o o o o f a o o o o 9 o o o o o o Strawberries Best of the season 3 bxs 50c Gravenstein Apples Early Har. Apple Malaga Grape Bins Cherries Peaches Apricots Cantaloupes Water Melons Bradshaw Plums Yellow Plums Florida Grape Fruit Oranges Bananas Lemons Red Raspberries Logan Berries Dew Berries Pears Green Beans Wax Beans Green Corn Ripe Tomatoes Fresh Celery' Cucumbers Lettuce New Potatoes Sweet Potatoes Bermuda Onions Beets Black Cap Rasberries Carrots GRAY BROS. GROCERY CO. "QUALITY" Two Phones 28 823 Main St. o e e o o o 2 O o e o o o o o o o e o o o e o o lMvorco Suit On Trial. The divorce suit of Susui A. Owens vs. Charles K. Owens is belnK tried Vul ture. Jude Phelus thin nf ternoon. Cirouse Season XmHiift-. The open season on groiue and wood pheasants is approui-hiiiR am' local nlmrods are oMinti up their guns. The season opens on Aukhi 15. .... 00000000090000000000000000 "?miHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii)iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiil'l''j s iJggcniM m m in 'M an jak x am m in ;ai m jn n x jrx m in m w n mi t m Ladies! Your Shoes May need attention. It may be possible that a new pair will be needed, if so let us show you some new ones. Lot No. 168 White an elegant high cut shoe; welt sole, Lewis XIV. heel. Price $9.85 Lot No. 166 White Nu-Buck, high cut, saddle stitching, opera heel, welt sole. Price SS.OO Lot No. 2448 Ivory a ; beautiful high-cut kid, Lewis XIV.. heel, turn ed sole. A special prici. .1 $9.85 Lot No. 6655 Ivory Extra! grade, high cut, all kind French heel, half double sole. Price.. $13.65 Lot No. 302 Grey Queen Quality glazed kid, black opera heel, turn ed sole, Very good price $8.00 Lot No. 170 Pearl Grey Extra high top, saddle stitching, French heel, half double sole. Price.... 311.0O MS Il3 No Hrlll This KvnilnX. The Pendleton Reserves will not drill this evening as is the custom Troop D is quartered at Happy Can yon and this fact, together with at tractions holding forth in the city, has decided the officers against drill. Ing tonight. Round-t'p star, won the cowgirls re luy race and that Sum- l'rownell, who has also appeared here. won the hr.cklim contest. We Have the Greatest Notion Will Itullil Hunt-alow. Ross Carney today purchased, through the agency of Estes & Fried ley, a lot on West Court street, ad joining the residence of John Vaughan from Glenn Cannon and will build a modern bungalow there. The pur chase price of the lot was 11350. W. V. rtorotliy laHo Away. W. w. lorothy, a well known Day ton. Wash., farmer, died this morn ing at his home after a long lUnrsi, according to word received here. He was a'lirother of Mrs. H. P. Whitman of this city. Mr. Dorothy was raised near Milton. S.'rs. Wh'tnmn Is now in Davton and Mr. Whitman will leave for that city in the morning to attend the funeral. The funeral will be held at the Cookerly rh'ipe! In W'alla Walla at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. 2 That our Notion Department is the busiest place In town... Maybe we are wrong, but we certainly sell a vast quantity of them. There is a reason for all this. You can save from one cent to five cents on most all articles shown in this department. That don't seem like much, but when you have to buy these necessaries almost every day, at the end of the year you will appreciate what these small savings amount to. I. A I', t oats Sowing Threud 4o Cortleelll Sowing Kllk Thread Hv I. & I, (oats Out-tit Cotton: all hImh lUo Hair Nets Ik:. 8c Kir liao lu-uld. bolt . . HUVkrrrt llrald. holt . llulr Curler Durnfiig Cotton, 2 for . lMns ikt !() It- . So Mo m-xtcr Knitting i Kafi-ty I'lim I.tucn Wlro Tlirviid lair I'Iiih tc, Be, Wan TaH san silk Thread . Hook and K.vow . Kiuip Fasu-nerM . . Linen Tape 2 for nr.. 3 for Ita .... Ho. . 4tt no I0o lOo loo 4c ; -to I0O Sc TOO CAN IK IIETTER Sj THE GOLDEN RULE & J Sn to Hooovcr Auto. The Round-l'p City Auto Co. has brought suit in the circuit court against Jess Mathis to recover a Ford auto or its money equivalent, 1175,, and ITS damages for alleged unlaw- 1 ful possession of tho same. Raley & ' Raley and H. J. Warner are attorneys for the plaintiff. Cnlloao no j a I ore. Hill Snyder, Kenneth Baltlett and Carl Nelson, three prominent Uni versity of Oregon athletes and stu dents, arrived in Pendleton yestet day and will take warehouse jobs during harvest with H. W. Collins. Snyder and Bartlett played on the Oregon football team that defeated Pennsylvania. Roth are noncommis sioned officers In t:ie rniversity oi Oregon ambulance corps and. since arriving here, have been notified b Cnptain J K. Kuykcndall that they will probably he called to report within 15 d:iys. Nelson was a sub stitute on the fumoita football team and a member of the Glee Club. WE l.EAB OTIipitS I'llI.l.OW nkw max.;i:hs OF SHII' IIxAX TO FK5I1T l -UOATS Mrs. Herr Wants iDivorce. Mrs. Nora Herr has filed suit for divorce in the Multnomah circuit eour against Grover Herr, churslnff him with undue familiarity with oth er women. Both were former Pen dleton residents. Mrs. Herr Is the daughter of Mrs. Clarence Kearney formerly of Pendleton. Will SMuk I low Sunday. Pastor Koy O. Hadlty of Portland. who was for eiehteen years a Meiho dist clergyman, but now on the staff of lecturers traveling under the au spices of the International Hihle Stu dents Association, will lecture in the Oreeon Theatre on Sundnv afternoon" at .1 o'clock. All seats will be free. , -4tiot .:et hetn influenced b. the und there ought to be no dit'fl Returns From Auto Trip. . M.. Rice, vice-presidint of the First National Rank. Mrs. Hire, Miss Pauline Rice and Richard and James Kice arrived home yesterday from an auto trip of a month over the north west. They drove to Portland, Se attle, Spokane and intermediate poin,ts while away. Frost Hits furoas Prairie. In addition to the damage done by the drouth on ( 'arnas Prairie, the IT 'farmers of ,that community are suf 5 j ferers also from an unseasonabit 5 ! frost that struck the whole south end S j last Saturday night, according to r' S ports brought down. Potatoes and 3 much other growing stuff was killed jmuUMWii"""""""""""""- '"""MMiiiMiiiilr; :Thi froHt extened as far down as Yel Not a "Bargain Basement" but a Real Store, speaking1 of our "Down $tairs Store." ' Hoars Front Sailor Sou. Mrs. W. G. Fisher of this city ha received a. card from her son. Paul K. Linsner, who was member ;-of the crew of the V. S. S. .South Dakota. She had not heard from him for several months and the card Just received did not state where the ship was nor anything else besides the genera statement that . ihe sender was in good health. MKXU O ASKF1 TO All (ilOUM.W'Y f V rlin NVwsMiXcT'n Art J He to Be Kv imllilietl In Mexico City. . MEXICO CITY. July St. An ar ticle by Die Post of Rerlin will he published here tomorrow saying that Mexico is the only country which has allies ficulty n ( ringing Mexico to the side of the centra! powers as one of the natural ly richest countries in the world and these riches would he aided in devel opment by Germany. Commenting on the article Kl Cni versa 1 declares this one of the lis for which Von Kckhardt. ifmim rff.iister to Mexiro. some would beaked Co leave Mexico A.ill-'HICAY DOM Alt F l,!KS TO mi CFXTS IPI'XIIAFV CPKNirAOEN. July 31. Ameri can exehnngo .dropped today to :i4l. a new low record- about 10 per cent parity. Exchange in the case f all the bell iierent countries show a considerable, deprec'ation- in Den mark, the Russian and Austrian be ing the lowest. The German mark iff 17 per cent -below ,par. I . 1 y DOLLAR IN GENEYA WORTH 86 CENTS All Belligerent Exchanges Fall at the Money Centers Abroad. GKNKVA, July 31. "Not since the war of setression has 4 the American i dollar fallen so low," says the Uu- sjtnne Gazette in a financiul urticle today. "lt was quoted here today at four francs forty-six centimes about eittht-six cents ), while before the war it stood at five francs and twelve centimes (about 9A cents). "One hundred rubles I a bout 4ft I ), which were worth L6i francs before the war, are now quoted at (H francs. One hundred marks (about $'24 ) are worth less than half. Their value, while 1 00 Tustrian crowns (uhniit ?-'0.3i were quoted at 39.8" francs. For the first time tn hostory the Ita lian lire (19 and 3-10 cents) is worth more than the mark (about tweniy four cents ). The steady decline in the value of money he;$an a month ago and Is continuing. (The parenthetic valuations of for eign coins given above mal exchange. ) riro their nor- Daily pun -The elevator In a de partment 'store is merely a shoplifter. t KAINF.K APPFAUS IX PFRSON ON RIGA FROXT . .COPKNIIAOKN. July 3 I . Kais- er VN'Mhelm was on tho Riga from yesterday, stimulating his troops by speeches of praise. according to today's dispatches. Tt is reported the German ruler traveled by motor boat on the river from Miluu to the Riga troops position. 1M,K KOTHWELL Optometrist ami Omlctaa Kyes srlentiriesl ly examined. Glasses ground to fit. American National Bank Building. Pendleton. Alleged Alcohol Vendrs Nahtunl. Patrolman Charles Myers last night arrested "Whitey" Rock and Charles Porter and held them on a charge S ! of having liquor In a public place. 2 I He saw them take a suitcase into an j upstairs room on Court street and 5 1 shortly afterwards arrested them. A S search of the suitcase showed that S it contained several bottles of alco- ; hoi and water. re-4dy for consump tion. SIXTFFX' YEAR OI.U ROY FAI.IJi IX m AT(R SHAK1 TAiioSfA. .Tilly SI. FaUliig thrre torie frmii an eVvator shaft. Furl (iiircy. aired . uw Instantly killed jthfn morning. Th ncx-ldcnt follow j d tho hoy'M attomiK. to stoft a mv ! Inyr elevator by reft eh ing hit hand t Into tin slutfc If If If IIIII Ifltllf lltllllllllllllllllllllllllf llllllllllllllllllllllllllllltltlllllf I llfffflClltlllllftl IhoovehI 1 -3"s- EDWARD N HURLCY tAR ADMIRAL W.LCAPP1 Enjoins Every One to Economize. LET NOTHING SPOIL WKATIIKU IHK AVKKK BY PIIOXF (ovornmoiit lo Supply Weekly -uMt in Grain State, iowjacket hill. WAHHTNGTONV. July 31. To en able telephone subscribers in rural communities to have weather fore casts a week in advinnv, the Weather P urean has arranged to tolegraph its weekly forecasts issued on Saturday for the week boKinnltin Hunday to 2&U of the principal rural teb-rthon com patues througbuur' t lie I '.i principa t grain growing states. They are to be distributed nvcr the lines of the companies about noon every Saturday and will tell the com ing week's weathtr and temperature forecast. Immediately after Major-General Goethals and Chairman Den man oi the shipping board handed their res ignations to President Wilson h; named In their places Edward N. Muitey as chairman of the United States shipping hoard to take th. place (f Mr. Penman and -Rear Ad miral Capps for the place held hf General Goethals. Mr. Hurley wai formerly chairman of the federal trade commission from which he re signed to go into business. Admlm) Capps is a naval constructor of renown. This Mean AMKIIK'AX VI i IIOlNTKl ' JKI.MAX HTKAMKIt VATKKI.AM I .(MMI.MH mild to Have liifii Slimil itcimirs t Ijiilwst Vew.'l In tlie World. ' 1 ' The Most Complete Line of motor cars and trucks in eastern Oregon. FRANKLIN MARMON COLE REO Plcasurs Cars. REPUBLIC DUPLEX Trcckf. PENDLETON AUTO COMPANY "Gars of Merit" J Back From Cheyenno Show. Yakima Canutt, well known huck ' nroo who was recently married to j Katie Wflks, returned to Pendleton j yesterday from f'heyenne where he I attended the annurtl front iftr show, i He reports that Ruth Parton. former Tt is dollars to , ooug'nnuts (hst many a giod American who did not know of the existence of either hrfor last spring can now tell salsify from Kohlrabi when he sees them growing In the garden. War is a great educa tor. , jiif ifiitiifiiiiifflifiifliiffiiiifififffifffitfiffiiiiiiffffififf iifffifiiifiiiffiiifiifiiiiifiiff hiffif I BIllY'S BRAN-NEW I I PHILOSOPHY ' I Yon Don't Have to I to a ood Mlxor Ttiow Ias to Got a Good E lHnk. have done the mixing for s you BRAN-NEW IrfMiAN HKltltY tTI!AVltFHV KASPI1I ItRV I.KMOX .? P1KAPPI, cin:nitY ; OKANGF j WASHINGTON, July 31. The Am erican flag was flown for the (rt tiniM yester.lay on the Vaterlaiul of the Hamburg-American TJne, the ' largest steamship In the world. The sending up of the Stars and Stripes on thetaf frail was not attendan with any ceremony. It was run up to the surprise of those on harbor cratt, several of which sounded their whls- l ties. Gradually the Vaterland has been ! made reaoy for the service. She was too big to drydock in any yard in this country and divers were employ ed to scrape her underbody of accu mulated marine growth it is under stood that nearly $ 1.000 his been spent on the liner, but that does not mean repairs necessitated by ranuiKe wrought to th ship by hr chew Capt. Hans Ruser, her com Mian tier, was reported to htve re'ued to per mit hiK men to inflict any damage to her machinery. The government hus never made gnown what the In- i spectton and survey of the Vaterland disclosed. ' I Economy and Comfort ( We have met the issue by reducing the price on ice j books in spite of the increased cost of manufacture and 5 operation. Phone 178 Smythe-Lonergan Co. QUALITY QUANTITY SERVICE r.iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii? Pllillliillllllllll THE Wonderful Speedway and Stock Car Cross- A Country Runs Prove the Endurance of the M1M SODPII-SKI M The Car That Saved the Day for Six VII.MON- l M)H RY MONTANA KAItMl Ct-iim ICuln'(l Tllw"alTllt St. IIP. j num-lul AU1 (nilrmplatcfl. :i: e v rf unevrllct and AmI. t-rr ;tt! rr ih-ni, thiv are "ptip" Wm Dnornh Drifflirti On I -lr man with tfi?reou- mil. HUWOil DOUHi y UU. I telion eVagood mix- Pendleton I I cr' kasnl (Jot tima to et- n, I ! tend to t',? redular iob i - I "..i. ...imiiiii.iiiiii.iiiii.i7..u.. i. ...... .MiiiiiiaiiiiiiJiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin. IIKLKNA. Mont.. .Tilly 31-Klv,-Z hiiri'lri d thojisand dullam nnirt hfr i r.ilH.'.l In .nic wav to meet the netl.- of tho fiirmi'rs of Montana, embar I raffled l.y the fnillire of their wheut , and other rropa over the entire tat. S ' iiecnrdlnsr tci v.. I) tlreenfield. ntntf S ' auriciilturul -ommlHn!iner, and a SJrne. tlnfir lo dcviBe a nvany by which jthe money may be werure-l wl'l h' nlfl nerf innrnuiiv iiikiit ".v ffiii. E3 ? 2 S3 niNsiuner, nicmlnTH fnlinrl! of derenne hanker. Money i n ly for wint-T wheat I of the Hiate fiirmwrs an.l ede-l HIM'fiflonl ee.l and A1lir . HUDSON stock chassis went a mile at the rate of 102 1 miles per hour. HUDSON stock chassis went 1819 miles in 24 hours. HUDSON stock chassis averajrecl 74.(57 miles per hour for 100 milos. HUDSON :itock chassis went 7000 miles from San Francisco to New York anil return in 10 dajs and 21 hours. Compare these eraisrance tests with other cars records. Cars here for immediate delivery. Oregon Motor Garage F 117.110, mv flener-il Ford state sr-fd Ijiw to spring seed. hits- ei.nst rH'd prf-vS e on'- Incorporated. 121. 123 Wait Court Si. Telephone 4&A uiuii.:'ji:.aaiiiiUi(aiu.sutiUMtuui'iiiuii