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EH, I IT PACKS DAILY EAST ORKGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEHNKSDA Y, OCTOBER 9, 19 1 8 m mm mam la Allrnillnt ft-mlnn. W. 1. Thompson In In Portland t K ii.ll. ik a acsainit of the KtHlo inch way t'oininlaskin, of which he In a member. main 'tin th lwill.it a a a Candidal for i.n, II".,,;, Iliiril division. i $7,(MI; r prcscntatlve. In th ' event of hla round JivtM'in, ?&,imki fifth division, election and hla living in the eervlce'l,,(ir. Motive power ear a,nd store ho will aak fur a leave to attend tha department Allilna, 1111,750. Houth- t'actito nncs norm or Asnmnu, I.Rlslatlve session. Honor ;uanl lo ;lvc Pnm-c. Tha members of tha Pilot Hock tllrln' Honor tltiard will give a dancs In I'llot Hock on Hsturday. Tha pm-jiie. began ecus win so toward the Honor tjiiard fi'iid. Kvery.ine la Invited to attend, elinlniK Kant Portland In- freight terml- lireat Kniicrvlwir Here. . i r.. aici.aniei. supervisor or in rt),nco property wuth Pendleton. A ena ha forest reserve, la In tha city, today from Walla Walla. lf la con ferring with K. W. t'rydcr, Umat.llla foreat aupervlaor. la Now Kniiloc. M Iks ulatlva Hoynton la a new em ploye In tha rV-ha.-f.-r Jewelry atore. In-fault JiHtgntrnt lilvcn. her ilntita on Monday. The rirat National Hunk of Walte- " 11 h" 'tuirar, Vnsh., haa been given a default IVrtnll to Itrpalr lltillillog. IJu.lginant aaalust Prank MoiitKumery 11. T. Krown was mauled o permit for 1104.33, $26 attorney feea and yesterday to make rcpulr n real- l.r0 costa. Paasra Ktamliutllnns. Word haa been received tiera that Enirald tlreenawald, who la attenn-' Ir.g the O. A. C, haa passed hi" exiturp. aTe Cn,ni in that It will be ne- I'l.-tnrpa on IHxplny, Plot urea of Krench orphana who are iH-lng aupported by lJendieton ieoito are on display In the cotinty library. The original Intention of the library was to anrround the map of France with tho pictures, but a many plC' animation very sucreaeriilly and haa C(, mry t(, d(.Vote moro apace to tha been acting as corporal and clerk for hia company. , f d.aplny. " - , , . (eons to Portland. IH". Idlnman In l'ortinl. Jim Welch left today for Portland Ir. 1 u. I.llcinan li ft yeaterdav for where he will attend the conference Portland, where he will attend a : of Y. M. C. A. men. Mr. Welch re meeting of the Y. M- C. A. board. Ir.icntly received notice thut he would I.llemnn recently made aTpiillcatlon l accepted aa a Y. M- C. A. secretary aa a Y. M. C. A. secretary. jnrd would be an amuaement director. lie wui called to the conference by a Applies. rr Artillery amp. I t.-'egram from headiiuartcra. Oyrll (I. Krnwnell of Itnatllln. re-! ' publican nominee for the leglxlattire Will Translate ICti a. fr. m this county, la here today on Suit IMsmlaard. The action of Charles C". Ilelnhart agalnat Jamea Harnhart haa been dis missed from the circuit court by or der of J iid w tl. W. Phelps without cost to either party. Allege IX-wrtloil. Alonxo Uavld Btover filing divorce proceed I nga against hla wife Huael , Stover allegca defendant deserted him ; three yeara ago and that her present j nddresa la unknown to him. The j couple were married at Ifcrmiston In January, 1915. Will M. Peterson Is' attorney for plaintiff. QUA.lsf'F'V SERVICE Buy Woolen Press flow! While our lines are complete. Considering the abnormal conditions existing today, we are snowing u unusually complete assortment of wool dress goods. I Economy is the watch-' word of the hour. No bet ter economy can be practiced than that of buying our Dress Goods by the yard and making garments at home. A visit to this department will convince you as to quality and prices asked. We will be glad to show you. some personal business. Mr. Hrowneii has applied for the artillery offlccr'a t alnlng camp at Camp Taylor. Ken tucky, lie nnulc application I h rem mi O. A. of which achool he la a grad uate and has Just panned the necessary A new service of tho county library la the translation of Krench lettera. Anyone who haa letters in this lan guage 'may bring them -to the librury l.ir tranxlullon Into Kngllh. Ht-cause! h la vxiiected thut there will be many 4'lalm IIHI1 on a Xoic l.-lera of this kind to tranxlule, the It-i H. W. Vogt aeeka to recover Knca Noble Hrotbers. I The American National IJank hna j started suit against the Noble Hroth ers, J. W. and Kd Noble, for the col J lection of a balance of ts65.23 alleged !to b owing by defendant. The bank nska for 3100 attorney roes. Haley ' Raley and C. M. White nre attorneys for plaintiff. 000 ci.lled to camp In a month but will re. phyxlcal examination. He may le,i.iury requests mat ine uu.i o n-ii .rum j. u. r.KKi H ere for one nay alter wmcn - toa on a proiinKor noi-. hb nun ii ; itianslutlon will ba given. ,3100 attorney feea. Haley & Haley , land V. M. White are uttorneys for j Will AtUtul ( onfercm-e. pulntlff. Judae H. A. Iowell, representing tha I'utrtoiic Service ieague. and Mrs. nuea to C'll-t Note. Itoy T. Hlshop, representing the Wo-j ,.vl Kldrldge la the complainant in men's Itlvlslon of tho league, will at-! action UKnnat J. H. Kegels seek-I t.nd the apeukeia- conference of the ln) t() coU.ot j;00 clulmed to be due i Mi lted war drive tomorrow In Port- ; .lllllnff n a promissory note. Com-1 land. Merle H niessman. aecretary Unt ttMk, fr 75 norney u,.n. Ja it the league, win attend tne comer ecce of campaign mnrager which is to be held at the same timo. AiAlOXY IM DEVON 2H IN. ARROW ley ltalev and C M. While nre ul . tornuya for iiluinttff. COLLARS ciottt. msnov a go., inc. wasraa Kcoond IMvlKton Strong. Kollowlng ia a statement of the aub 'criplion by employes or O-W. H. ' X. lines on Fourth IT. 8. 1-lberty 1-oun ! Honda up to and including Oct. Clli. First division. tlH5,200; aecond divial- MODELSFALL Ajf spectMlly hand tailored for us; an Vf .x. liiBlve i-huwliia of the b-st work l of tha beat clothes makers. J All the fln. at high clana fiilirlca , A In models that aim your figuie. U I Suits and Overcoats $20.00 to $83.00 BOND BROS. rriullcliiii'a Uaitiiig 4'lollilcra -ySty I L - - ' " K-nd In Kod Cross Work. j tlermiaton auxiliary of the Umatil- ! la County Ked Cross sent in com- ( pleted Hed Cross work today, consist ing of knit goods and surgical dress ings. Weston auxiliary also sent in completed refugee garmenta which were Bent from headouartera here to the Weaton work room for construction. 'ComMiiy IMM-a Ouii k W.H-k. In less than 48 hours after the claim i papera for the Insurance of James j Wyrlck were handed to It. H. Home, ; general agent for the Western Cnion I Ufe Insurance company. 310. 000 was paid to the estate of Mr. Wyrlck. This was the first of the four Insurance policies carried by Mr. Wyrlck to be paid. I malilla County TcaclM Institute. The institute of Ciuatilla county teachers ill be held in I'emilctnii No vember 25, 2 and 27. There will lie more than 200 teachera attending the institute. (Superintendent tlrei-u statea iH Instructors have been se cured for the meeting. Mr. Green re- porta all vacancies of ti-ac-bera in the county have been filled, and achouis running smoothly. Itrall.'y lludly Injur.-.!. It. M .Hentley. formerly of Pendle ton, and a brolher of Hence ltenlley of Pendleton, la in Kt. Vincenfa hos pital In Portland recovering from a severely fractured skull, caused by a fall of 20 feet while at work In the Portland ship yards. Mr. Hentley of this city left yesl.-rday to see hia bro ther and sent word today that the iuttcr will recover, although the In jury to tha akull made an operation nec.vHury. Work llrluga Henulla. Half a ilay a work by Mrs. Pred C rt.ar.-y resulted In the adoption of xeven Krench orphans by people of the Cold Kpring and Missouri clulch vicinity recently, and the collection o' 3-2 for a fund tuward the adoption o. an orphan. Mrs. Keurcy's son, Tom xaicy. In the service In Krance, wrola lier that unvtblng done lo assist the ittstilule people of France waa. In hla o inlon, a very worthy cause. Mrs. Searcy Ininieillately adopted a French .lilld und li.-i.uil work auioiig her nelghliors, who contributed 3C So each, wlilch will support an orplian for a year In Prance, Those ho ad opted the children are o. II. Hanip- W HITE DRESS GOODS For skirts, coats, baby coats and the like, such fabrics as serge, gabardine, bedford cord, batiste, etc. The yard $1.23 to $1.50 PURPLE DRESS GOODS These you will find all shades, purple, plum, mul berry, etc. Very becoming shades and very styl ish of fabrics, French serge, Epingle, Gabardine, Tricotine, Batiste, Panama and many other cloths. The yard $1.00 to $4.50 GREEN DRESS GOODS Includes olive, green, hunter's green, light green, bottle gren, reseda green: such cloths as Ottoman, Batiste, Gabardine, Epingle, Panama, Serges and then some. The yard 75c to $1.50 COPEN. DRESS GOODS One of the most popular shades we have, suitable for children as well as grown ups. Such fabrics as French serge, storm serge, poplin, epingle, gabar dine, batiste, etc. The yard $1.25 to $5.00 PLAIDS AND STRIPES In all wool and mixtures, all color combinations, for skirts and specially school wear. The yard 50c to $1.50. COATING Right now you can use that coat if you had it. Make it up of our coat material. We are showing a big assortment of fabrics, such as Zibeline, Mix tures, Cheviot, Duvetine, Wool Velour, etc., in popu lar shades. The yard $3.00 to $7.50 NAVY BLUE r The most popular shade that's made; we have light medium and dark navy in all fabrics that are shown this season. Whether for dresses or suits. Let us help you plan the garment The yard .... 75c to $3.00 PLUSH Best quality Plush Coating used for coats, eollars and cuffs, ajso Baby Lamb, Moleskin and BlOiain; 50 inches wide. Use these for trimming your coats. . TRIM3IING A comprehensive showing of Dress Trimming of all kinds. Bands, Medallions, Edges for woolens all colors; ajsp fur trimming all kinds and widths. -tyu -i- - -v - r-,fri4s,v. BICK DRESS GOODS Of newest weaves and best quality yarns used, such fabrics as Serges, Poplin,- Chudda, Ottoman, Broadcloth, Epingle, Batiste, etc. - Priced 75c to $7.50 yard. RED . DRESS GOODS A complete assortment of the shades of red from scarlet to Burgundy. French serge, Storm Serge, Epingle, Ottoman, Gabardine and many others. The yard $1.00 to $1.50 tin. II. T. IllHslnger. I.. ' Kissinger. Mrs. Allred Soinppl, It. ". F-a i nli.-ai I, Louis Ilagell end C. J- Mark. Mr. Klder lias alFo prouiii.'d lo adopt a .1,11.1. Sister ltea.-li.-a rrauii. Miss p.lixali.-th Aldiich, M 3 (I j 4JaL .- -f-- J I I ' i I 11 lfrr-' WIDENS YOUR CIRCLE An automobilo increases your runge of acti vity. It gets alMiut in a "jiffy," and at small ex pense. Model "Four-Ninety" Chevrolet is many a man's assistant They couldn't and wouldn't ge t along without it. Out of a carload of nix Chevrolet unloaded last week we have just three left, so if you want one of these jMipular c ars call on tit soon before they are all gone. Pi ire $KG5.00 f. o. I), Pendleton. Cor. Cottonwood & Water St. Phone KM) PUIM PIMPLES ON FACE , , , - -i i And Chest. Scaled Over and Wera In Blotches. Eruption Burned Causing Loss of Sleep. HEALED BYCUTICURA SOAP AND OINTMENT "Mr troobla bagan by pimplea com. Ing on my laca and chaai. The pim plea aisU'd u.ii, and weie bald and Uiga, and wsia In blow. ham. Thsy began tu bing and made aua arup Uuna and whn any ol ia plsa gut well it Mt an ugly atar. 1 ha au li..n burned vauM.ig ban ul staau, ami any laca was disnguied. "Tha iiuulils iaaiad all yaara, and vaiylhing tailed to belp thain, I usl Cutliuia Hosp and Oiiitnianl, nd I only used una ! ul Culkuia Ointment, and Ihlaa takaa ul Cutlcuia H.sip wban I waa bsatod." (Signed) Mia. . l Buik. 1im 1'anaaia. Na Mr.ku, August Ift, 11'. Maka youi afcin baautilul by ung Cuii, uia op il.ily lor tha ualei, and Caikuia Ointment lor bin aigiatu I unnpleal.ladiieMl ul toughness, .vl. ..s Vraabt M.ll. A-Wi"" taol "i:wl..M.. I. - ' f-'l cvstraiMfis. aa . It. Alilrii h, of l-t iidlcton, bua arrived 1 1. C. I.cf.,r her transfer in Tours. France, where she will work o erscas. us MtcimKrti plu-r in the i-iiKinc-i's' di- jslon of the war department. Mias AUrlch. who was well known in l'ort- I Kruit pits iund. bad been previously nttached to sister of K. the auiue department at Washington, to duty 1'ruit Pits .NcoleC, -led su s t . ulld nut fballs for use in niiikiiia- Kaa masks. K. lt,itaevelt, aecretary of the Umatilla County Ked t'rosa. I'endis- ; tun people have donated It conaidur ! able amount of the pita but everyone lis naked to reir.-tuber to brine; tha ai still j c ntrlbutiona aa oulckly aa possible te the Ked Crosa officea on the aecoaid floor of the federal bulldlnir. WHERE GEN. ALLEN BY IS ROUTING TURKS CMUlilet4 let i ,NA0UUUS V-f!v i ,DAKAD J, $H JL Attrjk riI!Q,r H - EU rr,I" rwiLtn, ZjCRiCHg' All of an are lnlkliMr Hif )enM j. . Tm MiitlWi i rlulHl Lu thi CMUHlljr ILwl lv Mtaf 4trodl cr 4HU fur It. Hl (rK W, AcKlry, l.iwr, Idaho, Mltt4 in tu tiun. Cfullio J. MllrV, lihtho, dii'il ot Hiurt Jortluit, Ht'uttlt, Wm)i., mtjt inK Hi Ui-lltMI. KrMm VV. Murttii, ytklina, Wuili, killtit in uction, hulney VitiiHiiiilt m, XJoiiilort)t, uh.. kilic. Hit IIUU'l i. dirU front ai'cttltfiit. Huy K. tMKKtt, Mouiidi'd NrVrrvh, J.tnif- 1. l.ihfro W. J. Iitr. KukI. lutMwiiiir. ill Uftintl, Itnllrr. l utlaK h. lUh.ir lui. Wuh , liiuhn, on diitv Do Not Get Careless With Your Blood Supply Impurltlfaj InviU DiaHs. Yoo fhoulj pay- particular heej to any indication that your Mood supply 1 l.c-oliunif s!ufifih, or that thai ia lestenina; in ta strung and vital force. Ity keeping- your I.I.ki.1 purifWl your system more ea--lty wards olf clinra-e that is ever pre-M-nt, wuitinsr io atta.k wucrvvr iLvre u u wpeu- In ir. A few tKittle of H. K. K, the great eretatla IiIoimI rieiln.lne, will revitalise your blood arirt jfive yoal new strefiath and a healthy, vigorous vitality. Kvvry. ne nrc.1 it ji.-t IKS to keep tha y.Um In perfect cwtKlU tiun. bo to yuur druif store and a buttle to-day, and if you n.d ai-y mrJkal aJvke, you raa vbtaln It withuut roat I y wii'lng to Ms lust Pirrrtor, Kwift Kp tl" ''- ""' LUvraUiy. AUata. Ca.