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EIGHT PAGES DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1017. I IT PAYS TO PAY CASH AT CONROY'S Pay Cash CONROYS Get More Water Melons, per pound 2? Hershey's Cocoa ys lb. can 20 ; 1 lb. 35 Hershey's Chocolate, per lb. ,r. - 40 Corn and Peas, per can 15$ Empson's Cut String Beans 15 Fresh Tomatoes, 2 lbs, 15 ; box 81.00 Albers' Rolled Oats, 9 lb. sack 60 Eastern Corn Meal, 9 lb. sack 60 Carnation Milk, 2 cans, tall , 25 Carnation Milk. 4 cans, baby 25 Bottle Blueing 10 and 15 Dry Onions, 8 pounds 25 Snider's Catsup, per bottle 25 Seeded Raisins, 1 lb. pkgs., 2 for 25 Peanut Butter, pint jar 30; quart : 50 4 Rolls Toilet Paper 25 IT PAYS TO PAY CASH AT CONROY'S da MiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiinniiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMi "llllllllllU II 24 Hour Service I We cater to your wants at all times. No 1 matter what you need, if it be in the middle of 11 " the night, You Can Reach Us. H Free Delivery to Any Part j of the City. 1 NIGHT PHONE 718 DAY PHONE 711 I Economy Drug Go. ji Hotel St. George Building II Day Telephone 711 Night Telephone 718 -illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIttlH nilllllHIlllUIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIilllillllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllillllllilll? LOCALS (Su Advertising in Bi iet KATKH. Per line flrst Imurllun 10c I'er Hue, additional Insertion Oc I'er line, per month $1.00 No locala taken for lew than 26c Count 0 ordinary worda Co line. lAivute will not be taken over tbe telephone except from litst Oregon Ian paid-up subscribers. Furnished apt., Hamilton FIVE I. W. W. BREAK FROM CHEHALIS JAIL CHKHAL.IB. Waah., A UK. 14. Some tint diirltiK lam night five of tha 14 I. W. W. held in the iall here ture aome brick out of the wall Just under the barred window on the north mreet aide, and made a successful Ket-away. They arc Mac McOIean, OeorKe Hill. C. W. Kobosky, Jamet KaU and Frank Scott. All but Frank Hcott have been at Mesklll breaking lock, but were brought back to Jail on account of their trouble-making f.iapoallinn. Scott hud been picked up .Saturday. The sheriff's forces ure looking for the men. Nine others in Jail mmlo no attempt to escape. FKK 1TKKS ATII.l-.KriC AltH- (Continued from Pafr 1.) dcntly showed him the folly of such an a tercntlon- IVrhars the affair would have ended there hud the "Col. ored man not misinterpreted the re luctance of the city attorney to bat tle. He l said to have remarked something about his ah'llty to "lick the whole Fee family,'' Just about the lime Judge Fee arrived on the scene. The Judge, whose combatlveness la historical, accepted the defl and In. formed Johnson he didn't need look any farther for a fight. The colored man refused to fight the Judge be cause of the latter's age. whereupon the Judge called his 3'ounger son who was nearlng the scene. At this June ture the cily attorney, seeing that there must be a fight, promptly an. notinced that he could fight his own battles, and the bout was on. 'After an interchange of blows the two men, evenly matched In weight, grappled and went to the pavement. Over and over they rolled and, when they went over the curb to the street, they were interlocked. The colored man then resorted to primitive meth ods and fastened his teeth In the at torney's leg. biting through the skin until the blood flowed. How long he would have chewed his opponent's leg Is a ijuest'.on. but his molar at. tack was cheeked by Chet Fee who had been an interested spectator up until the colored man began using fool methods. He dragged the color, ed man up, who, when he got to his reet, struck his new antagonist on the temple. Young Fee getting ln ac tion the arm that has thrown a Jave. :ln 190 feet, drove a shotputtlng fist Into the negro's nose and the co'ored man went down in a spray of "cbir et." When he got up, he started to run but the fist caught him back of the ear and he went down again. This time he l.tid still and called "Knough." Thtis ended the battle, which wits w messed by a large and appreciative audience. T7 ipv,v . re a L' F - ETHEL BARRYMORE .INITHE 6REATEST.P0WER AI.TA TIKSUAY AND WKTXliSIAY. Court. -80tf Wanted Chambermaid at once. Call 309iJ. . 7-21tf Wanted Good, clean rag, at The East Oreronlan office. I haul your garbage and trash Phone 603.M. 1408 W. Railroad street When you stop in IX ho eat at the Fritz Restaurant. $-23 tf Furnished housekeeping rooms. 501 Clay. 7-2 4 tf Furnished apts. for rent. 407 E. Court. 8-lltf For sale One roll top office desk and chair. Call 214 W. s-lltf For sale Fresh cow. Apply J as. Hill. Hell. Ore. -22tl Wanted Good, reliable chamber man Inquire the Qilelle. 8-14U For rent Furnished room in pri vate family. 309 Thompson. 8-1 Housekeeping rooms, 114 Stonewall Jackson. , 8.13tf For sale Modern five room house. 1 no Hire 619 Marie. 8.13tf Sandwiches, coffee and soft drinks ot The Office Cigar Store. 711 Main street. -22tf Ford with demountable wheels, in first class condition, for sale. Call at City Auto Co. ( -15tf Wanted Scrap Iron, brass and aluminum. Highest prices guaran teed. Blewett Harvester Co. Lost Bunch of keys, either in town or on agency road. Suitable re ward if returned to thin office. 8-8tf Milk for sale Pure, sweet and clean. Call Ed Morgan. Phone 2J. 7-8tf Do you know that Bates a Fried'.?) "Sell, rent or Insure Anything?" (It Main street. Phone (04. We have two good second hand ears and a Ford for sale very rea sonable. McLean Auto Co. Superfluous hair, warts aind moles removed by electrolysis. Pendleton Hairdressing Parlors. tf Sewing done at your home. Work guaranteed. Prices reasonable, phone 4F11. ' For sale, good dirt cheap. Inquire at once of A. J. Gibson, R. 2, Ameri can Nat. Bank, or phone 270M. 8-15 For rent, a four room house and garden on Kddy street. Inquire 720 Cos hie street. 8-w Large furnished tent in shade for rent cheap for four gentlemen. 401 Aura street or call J08W. 1-1 Some good bargains In used cars. Including one Ftulck: Call Ed Wria;ht at Independent Go rage. 7-1 3tf Fluff rugs from all carpets. M. A. Rlgby. local agent for W. Fluff Rug Co.- of Portland. Phone 649- 10-9 Wanted To rent five or more room furnished house at once. Call 498M. 8-17 Rooming house for sal. Main street, in center of business district. Doing good business. Inquire of Pen land Bros. Wanted By experienced cook. Job helping another woman cook in cook house. Inquire K this office. 7-18tf Just arrived at Fraxier'a Book Store, smnll bIMes and testaments, suitable gifts for soldiers. 8-1 S For sale New and second hand Sewing Machines- Singer, White, New Home and The Free Machine. McCllntock & Simpson. 400 E. Court. Call Penland Bros, van to move your household goods. Telephone S39. Also baggage transferring and heavy hauling. For Rent Sewing machines of all makes. . J1.00 per week. J 00 per month. McCllntock Simpson, 400 E. Court. For sale cheaii Two 1917 Ford touring cars, one 11 Chevrolet and one 1916 Saxon Touring Cur. City Auto Co. 8--tf For sale 20 foot cut Brown ar d Lewis Combine Harvester with Au rora engine. Used only one year. Will sell reasonable. Adaresa L. L. Lien alien. Adams, Oregon. -20tf Wanted Position In grocery or general merchandise store by man. 9 years' experience. dress "I this office. References. Ad. 7-l Anto Stage. For Adams, Athena and Weston, leaves Allen-Knight Co. at i a. m. and 3:36 p. m. each day. Phone 400 for reservations. Ralph Shaffer, prop Adv. Photo by American Press Association. Major General J. Franklin Ball MOTION PICTURE NEWS .Whatthe Picture Theaters Have to Tell You. "liOVKL MAItY'8'i NKW PLAY ' SHOULD UK A WIJiXKK Pastime Tuesday and Wednesday. Mary Miles M Inter, premiere char meuse of the film who has a long list of distinct dramatic successes to her credit as the youngest emotional slur on the American photodramatio stage has a splendid background in her lat est Mutual-American production, "Periwinkle." The play is a bit of "rough coast" with "Lovey Mary" fn oilskins and sou'wester,' amid, the turmoil of Hilton that characterizes a coastguard staUon'when there Is a sh'p on th rocks. IliMxlrome Vaudeville and a Vawr ful FVaturo at Alia Tucday anil WodursdaiL A chemical laboratory, complete! . equipped with retorW. test-tubes and other necessary paraphernalia, Is shown in "The Greatest Power." th-j Metro war?tlme drama of patriotism starring Ethel Barrymore, 1o be seen at the Alta theater on Tuesday an 1 Wednesiay. Miss Barrymore ns Mi. nam Monroe is a student of chemistry and has discovered that evonite will cure cancer. John Conrad uses ex onite ns the basis of his new high ex plosive, and the two work together on the manufacture of It, with the aid of the old chemist. Prof. Poole. In. the end this discloses one of the most powerful plots we have ever seen. The vaudevi'le Is excellent, coming direct from Hippodrome cir cuit, Poshay and White doing odd bitf, of bird talk and Hobson and Beany two beautiful 'young girls. present their nueat, clever offering. Twi different cirls and a piano. "oy TviUMlar and Wednesday. Keystone comedy, Raiyroad Raid ers, and Fatal Ring at Cosy Tuesday and Wednesday, which makes one of the funniest, most thrilling and most sensational programs we have ever had the pleasure of offering. 4 am;i;k'AN ;nti, to ihiivf 4 AMIH I.ANO; ON UliMilA"? t . FltONT. i ' JK, " I A r- i'i 1 V 1 X A' 1 I I ( 1 ' I . . -Jk.il 1 ! ; t ' v " 1 ! ;f' 1 1 .11 Kiaf ill Sly3 Tuesday Wednesday Keystone Comedy The Nick of Time Baby If s a Keystone and it's a Scream NUF SED. PEARL WHITE IN. ' ' THE FATAL RING Thrill After Thrill. Pearl has 14 more days - to re cover the ring.. Will she do it? Watch her. HELEN HOLMES - IN "The Railroad Raiders" Dangers Stacked Upon Dangers. "Your train has stop ped over a mine. .Turn on the lights and leave the car within 30 seconds or we shoot the charge." See. if they do. 1 - J . MISS V3X2SITXA. XTfeAt. Miss Virginia Heal, of Swampscott. Mas., daughter of Anna Hathaway, the poetett. w!U leave the United States soon for that section of Bel gium which is mill -free of the Invad er. She goes to drfve an ambulance, belnjc one of the vanguard of Ameri can women who are making a name for bravery, daring and service in the great work of mercy. Her machine ia one of the Block Ambulance Divinlon which is under the direction of Mile. Gabrfele Block and Count ewi Van JDen Steen Jehav. who are members of the L.'A?de Civile et Militalre Beige, a re ief organiza tion headed by Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth of Belgium. The costume worn by Miss Heal will awaken favorable criticism of her Belgian and French cousina. Made of drill cloth, khaki colored, it is fitted with huge patch pockets. Her brown leather belt, tan shoes and stockings, and gloves, complete the martial ap pearance of the uniform. On her cap in teh insignia of the B ock ambu lance service and over the pocket are the brass letters of the order. During the few remaining days in this county. Miss Health is lecturing on the work of the Aide Civile et Mi lit a Ire Bel?e which establishes hos pitals. rest homes, orphan asylums and mainta'ns numerous ambulances in the field of action. COElillPJG! COr.WJG THURSDAY FRIDAY FATTY ME IS "Reckless Romeo SATURDAY Kathlyn Williams in "THE AFRICAN JUNGLE" A Thrilling Wild Animal Feature. tt t i i ! iiiiiiuiuiimuiuiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiuiiuuiiiiiiuiuiiiiiiihiiiiiiiuuiuiiuu ffl!ffllOTIBWintw timiiiumMmmwiumuHmiuitMuuMiHiiMw'-Fa Photo by Amertrart Prcsa Association. Brigadier Ganaral Claranca R. Edward, SIISS IIARKRK'S SCHOOL, FOK tiIHl Palo Alto, California. Seventeenth year be Kins September 17. 1917 Cat alogue upon application S-21 SPAIN IS UNDER MILITARY LAW EXTRA SPECIAL TUESDAY WEDNESDAY A Play That Breathe the Spirit of Service to the Nation THE GREATEST STAR Ethel Barrymore Stem Measures Taiceti to Re press Disorder From Strikes. MADRID, Aug-. 14. Martial Jaw U proclaimed throughout Spain as a re sult if renewed strike disorders. Strikers and soldiers engaged In a number of conflicts. Many were wounded. Stern measures are taken to rrpress disorders in Barcelona. It is reported that order is restored there today. RUSSIA'S TRIBUTE TO LINCOLN -IN- .... i i i'JI ' i ) ; i "The Greatest Power"! Her country was at war. What did she do? You p must SEE it. ' g HIPPODROME VAUDEVILLE I HOBSON C BE ATT Y, S3 Two Different Girls, a Piano, Song and Pianologuea. p POSHAY 4& WHITE I H Odds and Bits of Bird Talk. s H VAUDEVILLE AFTERNOON AND EVENING. M m ADULTS 25c snunnuninnininiim CHILDREN 10c g UiUUIIIIUlllullluUllUIUUUMIUUillililllllHIIUIIIU ill Ull I Mil. IlliluUiii Abraham I.incolii ia rt'vert'd in the i placed a wreath m the Lirroln statue new Kussi.i us ait iUul tviu- of demo- lo Lincoln Park, Chicago. The photo crutic ataloamun. n the rocem west- graph shows him Juat after he had ..rn trip of the Jluaiun lission. ltoria . placed his tribute in position at the tttkhmi tie. the ltusaian Ainbaador, j Iwui of the pedestal. A ST I MI 1 TUESDAY WEDNESDAY ARY ILES INTER The Crown Princess of the Screen in r lb U Q U b J U U U L U Ha La A smashing big story of the mighty ocean and the big shipwreck. You must see the sweetest little bit o' joy you ever did see (Periwinkle) rescues the young mil lionaire from the shipwrecked yacht. COMEDY CEORCE OVEY IN "JERRY'S MASTERPIECE." N'lx-lion Slow lrag, "Jiua lint."