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- EIGHT PAGES DAILY EAST ORECONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRItAV, AUGUST 66, 161. ACE FIVE a I i i OVER THE NORTHWEST ClROY'8 CASH GROCERY Fall FMiIng Ut jsa Good. ASTORIA, Ore., Auif. . ItouBh water outside of the mouth of the river Interfered materially with the operations by trollers and purse sein ers yesterday and as a result the catch was comparatively liKht although some of the purse seine craft got in the neighborhood of a ton. Modern Iwval at Seaside. ASTOUIA, Aug. According to statements of the scvral vitclms some one h.-is been doitiB a rushing business during the past few days in holding or-- 525 Main St Free Delivery. Phone 640 - "Vf f J If v - ill Snider's Catsup, bottle . , , , 25ft Van Camp's Soups, can .'. 11c Folger's Ensign Coffee, 1 pound ...... 25c Best Iowa Corn, 2 cans 25c Mt. Vernon Milk, 2 cans 25c Olympic Pancake Flour, 2 packages 65c Bob White Soap, 9 bars 50c Economy Jar Tops, dozen , 30c Best Mason Jar Rings, dozen 5c 'Army Reclamation Division Puts Clothes Back Into Shape WASHINGTON", Aug, 17 Are there any old clothes In the army? The conservation and reclamation di vision of the rjuartermaster corps saya there are. During the month of June It repaired 1.184.1 ? article! of clothing and equipment. Here are shape: "v Shoes, 284.111 pairs; hats, 49,159; overcoats. ' 71,496; coats, 48.631; breeches, 141.420 pairs; flannel shirts, ,5, 248; undershirts, 202. 209; drawers, 216. OSG; stockings, 6171 ' pairs; leg gings, 38,472 pairs; blankets, 21,469; miscellaneous items, 4949. In addition It salvaged more than 44.OOO.O0O pounds of waste, disposed of 11,000 worth of fertilizer end over 1000 tons of hay and straw waste ma- some of the IhlnKs It put back Into tergal, which It sold for $6078. AI.TA TODAY. MOVIE iHEAXRES, TUB IKH W: r SII.KN1.7' WALLAOS KKIU'8 SKW I'HOTO PliAV AT TUB. ALT A THIJATKK An Ideal cast has been nmvl,l,l for Wallace Held In his latest Para mount photoplay. -The House r.f Hi. lence." which will be the feature of Manager Matlock's bill at the Alta theater today. Chief among his sup Port Is Ann Little, one of ihe most charming of screen actreses. who appeared with him In ".Nari of Mu sic Mountain" and "Klmrock Jones," bth Paramount pictures. Others In I the cast are Adele Farrington. whoi will be seen as an adventurers, Winter' Hall, Ernest Joy and U. A. Barrow. As Its title indicates, "The House of silence'- is a mysterious romance that Involves the slaying by a young woman of a man in defense of her honor, she employing a hatpin for that fell purpose; the tracing of the slayer by an amateur wealthy detec tive, and the revelation of the secret of the house by him after a series of tensely interesting happenings. The picture is one of exceptional merit, the photography excellent: and it is In every respect worthy of the com mendatory, reviews which have been accorded It elsewhere since Its re Help Finance the War By the Expansion of Your Credit in a Safe Way Trade Acceptance Paper Recommended by the Federal Reserve Banks. On and after September First, 1918, the under signed retail Lumber and Fuel Dealers, will limit their credit on open book accounts to thirty days. If an extension of time is necessary, the "Trade Ac ceptance" method will be used. For detailed information," watch our ads, see your banker or call on us and we will be glad to explain. Inland Empire Lumber Cnniltany Ht-milKlon, Ore. ' Tiim-A-I.nm Lnmlier Cumiiany, Jlcrmlston, Ore. Inland I.mplre Lumber Co., Maiifleld, Ore. Homo Itiilldcrs Assn., ManficliI, Ore. Tum-A-loim lumber. Co., . . Keho, Ore. Pilot Iloelt I.nmlM-r Co., Pilot Hock, Ore. Oregon I,nmlier Yard, pendletnn. Ore. II. K Ilurronclis, Inc., Pendleton, Ore. IlnrronglM A Chamber, Inc., Pendleton, Ore. Van l"etti n Lumlx r Co., I"etidlrton, Ore Tum-A-Liim Lumber Co., Adams, Ore. Tuni-A-Lum Ijimlier Co., Athena, Ore. Tum-A-I.iim Lumber Co., Helix, Ore. Tom-A-Iiiim Lumber Co., Milton, Ore. Tum-A-Lum Lumber Co., Frcewater, Ore. Sm.vtlie-Ixnergiin Co., I'etidleton, Ore. Tuni-A-Ium Iimbcr Co., Umatilla, Ore. BAKER BOOTLEGGER CAUGHT IN TRAP AND GUN PUT F01L0WS BAKER, Or.. Aug. 3 l:d New-I J ton, known locally as the "King .ofj I Bootleggers." und his twn broi hers, i Henry and Harry, wire arrested early sometime In the late winter. German Man-Power Ebbs; Units Combed For Fighting; Stock this morning, charged with itl-Kal , selling of Iiiimr und resisting nn offi ; cer. J I A Imp wiu laid lo !tch N-wlon, f : who ahl t have tifi-i) it his in ) liakcrk anil Tnion rtiuntir'M for nianyi j nmnth. Sheriff Warnnrk, tf l'nim' I ciunly, dlriguiwd mm a chatifftMir. ac i ! ctriTipaniid two iui n who had liar- i Kained with Nruton for 2T. cantn of J liquor to lf d'llvrr'd on a count rv road, for whii li wuh to he paid.1 I 'ht'n t he liiuor wax h live rod I Warnnck stepped fnun thi ar ami j " arrested Ne The latter s wife, j J)Caf ad Rlin(J Q'lVe i, i, .in iiiiu iw, uiiiMi t II im'ii, all- itemed, then stepped from a hin ilil? il:iee by the roadside, held up thA sheriff and disarmed him.' WITH THE IHtlTIKH A KM IBS IN FUA.VCK. Aiiff. 27. Oennanv has ac. knuwledged that her manliower is dwindling In iroportlons Kieat enniih j to euuse anxiety to the hlph coinmund i ne ton taKrn tiy the allied armies and the prosliert of hcinir confronted by ever-Kiowinir' AinerUan forees have caused (ieneral l.udendorff t.i issue imperative orders for a viKorous. im mediate comb-out in the German army In order to recover front auxil iary units all men cai aMae nf entering the tretii-hes. Appended to the order are speeiul instriiitoi.ns to KieM Marshal von Mael.ensen and General von Seholtz to make "a greater detnand upon the local personnel" in;-tead of usnip (Jer tnans In tlie auxiliary tiervirrs as reili-forinientLj, up alleged violators or tne irainc luws along the Seaside road and col lecting "fines." One man was noti- ! fieri hia finn u. iVtt hilt he COmDrO- mlsed for' $3, while others were touched to the tune of from 5 to I0 each. Spruce to lie (ialemird. KKATTI.W. Wash., Aug. 30. Acting on instructions from the war depart ment, United. States Attorney K. C. Haunderg will lnsttute court proceed ings, he announced here today, to condemn for aircraft purposes many million feet of spruce timber In Clal lam county, "Washington, owned by the C. A. Goodyear Lumber company of Seattle. The action is to be taken following failure of the government to aculre the timber at what was con sidered a reasonable price. Suspect In Bound Over. MAR8HFIELD, Or., Aug. 30 Whit Morrith accused of owning and operating a still on Elk crek, 0 miles from Powers, was given a hearing yesterday and was bound over to the federal grand Jury under 1000 bonds. State officials Roiled. SALEM, Aug. 30. Still another re. port is to be expected from the Con solidation commission. This fact has come to light in lettrs being received by the various departments from the commission. Attached to the letters are comments of the experts reports on the respective departments and with the request for suggestions. i Jesse L Las rwnu, Up Wheat Supply V.(M IM'VKH. ash.. Au'. 27 herlff Anderon ami deputies of j r ily-se en hurrels of flour, the wiji- Haker count,I who were hiding near-jter's sii)ply pttrehaxeii for the State by. after a short chase arrested New-; School for the IHmf and Klind. locat ion's brothers and. later, Newton hitn- ! ed in this city, have lieen turned back self. In Haker. No trace of the li quor could there he found. Icputy sheriffs are still hunting for Mrs. Newton, the two unknown men and the liquor. Trr It lllie this: 1-rcKh lIMiui ler lie twine It fresh. Scald tcaix.t. Ihit fine teasiioonriil of our eelelrated te Into tlie pit for e-ery tun eium of t. W boiling water, lift " 'or Hireo minutes, roar It. lien you drink It yon -will find Hie llavor exquisite, ami Uo lw vlmirntlnir feellim that eimMW.from drinking good t-a. Our excellent tea and coffee eiwta a little more per rsHiml btit much Ii" wr etip. Me will dellrer tu all ilay Saturday leeil Walrrmeloiis, every one warranted, for Jo per jnuiHl. , . tirnin fxt beef, million, eal. lamlM, Hts-ing elih-Uens and Imiw. Any thing etxe usually found In a first cIbsb market house. .smIh rirfil. IHee rllit. Pendleton. Trading Co. Suooemvn9 to CVntrl Market. - TfcUKIlI ON' B WK MAKE THE BEST SAUSAGE ON EARTH. Thre Liberty Loans May Come in Year WASKlNVrTON", Auk. 27. Tentative plana for tho Treasury provide for thfee biff liberty loan eampaisnH with in the next year, each to raise $5,000. 000.000 or nioro. The firnt call will be from September 2 to October 19, as announced, the next Is planned for Januury or February, und the third may or June. This program will be necessary it Is Isuld, to provide $ 1 6.00iV.OOO,f.0O re- ' .mlrrl In oHllllnn I rt tla CM Ollll Ulllk Ooo to be provided by the new revenue bill. If g-cyernmont expenses and loans to allies full much below the $24.00. 000,000 estimate, the Government U expected to try to combine two tuans into otie bin campaign for tin? larRest credit ever soiiRht by any nation.; Such a campaign would be ttet for to the company supplying it. and will t ne Hiupped to France ininiediutely, ac eortiitiK to announcement mulle by rocKi Administrator Simpson. In all. barroiH of wheat flout have been delivered to the food ad-minl-utration in response to the appeai for delivery of surplus stock. Stores in Vancouver have contributed to en large the shipment It la customary for tho State schools to purchase large quantities Of flour and other supplies at a time. . Wild Wewt Show Will lie Staged. 4 ANCOUVER, Wash., Augr. 30. La bor day in Vancouver will be observ ed this year as a holiday. The ship yards and other hidustrial plants will close for the day. In Vancouver Bar racks, a wild west show will be staged by the soldiers stationed here and the public is invited to attend- There will be a regular military field meet in ad dition to the rodeo. Hotter lay for Women. OLYMf'IA, WaKh.,.Aug. 30 Rep resentative( of employers and em ployers and employes, called in a war emergency conference ny tne indus trial Welfare Commission, today ad opted a flat minimum afe scale of $1 S.lT't per week for women employes in this state who are under commis i ion regulation. vrvst Kirc ines 1 hi mace. WHITK SALMOX, Aug. 30. The Underwood fire, stil radnff. has al ready hitrned an area three-quarters of a mile wide and one and a half long. Thre hundred cords of wood bolotming to H. Adams of Under wood, h:ive been burned, and the house of Krank Hogue, now in I"rance. has lMeu destroyed. The hf uso of Mr. Cummins has fire on three sides The bl;tae now is on the east side of' the Hyland orchards of Ir. Geary and ij moving westward. I Whitman Gives I p. WA1JA WAI.IA, Wash-. Aug. 31. ! Whitman College has decided to! give up al! Intercidleglate athletic ae- tlvfles this year and probably for the. duration of the war. This v.as an nounced todav by professor W. A. Hratton of the faculty, in charge of1 i mUie Mouse cfSilence j i ! L s 0 I nm lit tlttJ Html Cevitncf """' , Jj I . . ILVYM BARRON f A S L 7 HAR6ARfT TU1NIUU. I iriFlii T i t j ' Dirtcttd try DONAX-D CR16P '"jrJIS m . OUFFllUJ CO CO- I . . . ... j- I TI0 WAS THE MYSTERIOUS MRS. CLIFTON? Artistic recluse or sinister denizen of the under world? See the greatest mystery story of the year VAUDEVILLE BILLIE FURGESON Singing Comedienne DANCING THOMPSONS ,- Novelty Dancers. t'liaiureK In Slilpjardn Soneht. 1-OKTl.ANI). AliB. 30. Importani rrcemmendalions lo the EnierKeney Fleet Corporation which would stand ardize wages and working conditions In the shipyards and allied industries on the Pacific coast were results of a recent conference of employes and employer from this section held in Philadelphia. . The repurt of the con ference has Just been brotijrht to Portland by J. B- Kerr, of the local deleRatlon. Establishment or the navy yards classification system, extension of the Dower of the Vacv Hoard- standard rates for piecework, practical elinil- PAItlS. Auk. 2T. A railway more ,.EtloB 0f ovetrime. draft exemption than 1 3ll miles In length behind the for killed and seml-sklled workers Fi;eneh front has leen built In less 'and drastic measures on housing were than 100 days and has been open-1 HnuinR the suggestions mad-! at the ed for traffic. Its purpose is to Im- j cimference- 130 Mile Railroad in France Built in Less Than 100 Days this department ties. of the college activ- A 1 - ; r: I1 ijTTOrilulJCrlCii W iZ, t ' 1 j;.,rt prove the communications between f the northern ann southern parts of j the northern railway system. The i construction Involved the building of i two Important bridges and 375 yards In lenRth. Sealt INMniaster ANdnted. WASHINGTON. Aiiff. 30. Presl- a tunnel dent Wilson today nominated Edgar Battle. Seattle postmaster. if v. ..;' v' M, lj A ; ;.. j LllMilfcaM Ml-"1'-" "1 -'- '- il' iMtt afc'ia - "i'V ina ix' Iti-fA t J iAi ir 11 ' .i.vMiMil.i . y , ,nj "-' -'jy- ' l-Jl -" J NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR TRUCK f The Master Two-ton Truck will meet every retire ment ac tne least maintenance expense. Ask for Demonstration. Simpson Auto Co. Oar. Water and Johnson 6ta. Phone 40 :lllllllllllllllllllllllllllliiMllllllllllllllllllililiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMliiilillllllllllur We Sell War Saving's Stamps Save and Serve The First National Bank 9 r. I I v. illllllllilllllilliilllllllilllllllllllllllllllilllilllllllllliilllUi illllllllllllillllllllllllli.t Vl.'l . 'll VI