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VAV.E SIX! UAILY EAST OKEGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. THURSDAY. JANUARY 0, 1010. EIGHT PAGES " dlUAL AMU ruioPiyMLd- j :. .j. - : ...... i y v- .' rtrf 1 ! FROM THE PEOPLE Th i.Ws of Mi l.tr rrrrv, who sketon hve filled several automobile. I way ybmiiilsrain. left .for hon wxt rwntlv rrttirnrd to PendKti ftrlW mat ninht Included Mr. and Mr. tiKhi(Vvniii. J j o !,.. f Merl year, and who ; Letter Hnmley. Mis. Gladys HiUevj iiW' irnlsh nd Msrcua May. two wn hlnn welcomed for a stav during Misa Mary Meek. lr. Hamley s sis- young men of Pendleton, have return the ai.ring and mi miner months, have ter who arrived Keverrl days aso from ; ed to their studies at O. A. C. been um-Mx-ctediv altered by new of ber hon.e In Indianapolis, SterllnK Clarence Crews, manager of he Die nlana of her i.arents and she Is to , Uvermore and Hob Uvermore. Other , Liberty theater at Walla Walla, was .. r... u. . H :i i . t her liome 111 M PN wer unvt-ii if) -' . , .-. .. ' ' - " I ........ XI i ..- 1'oi-rv . ild Miniilled as music Instructor to a num. j their guests Included Mr. and Mrs. . i .j.i. i. th. .ha.nr. nf Mm D. Holwrt. Miss Mildred Berkeley, ..i... w.o. n-h . Micirr nt members of the J. Te Wilds and rhs was domiciled at the home of Dr. Wlghlman families, Tom Johns ud and Mrs. 1 D. ldleman. Miss Terry j nobble Fletcher. , left Inst evening for Walla Walla bulj expects to return to Pendleton for a: . wrd has ,,peri received from Mrs. dltort stay the last of the week. Her i baling who was called to Milton enmiBB west from Montana was occa- ! f,.Wi,v ny ,he illness of Miss Edna Honed by the Illness of the late Mrs. !jalintr s that ner daughter la tinprov- Won Hill of wa.ua najia, iormeny a , , aniisfactorily. Miss Saline Is a well known Pendleton woman. h;student at Columbia College. There was Jilss Perry's sister and with whom I aro now bllt JT casos nf the.infki the anusician mad her home during 1 enza in the dormitory there. . her residence here. i ,. . j lug STOP KX I'lXTOU VTHKW Editor 1at" Oreaonlan:' " Much nerBy, with Hi het (-Ui' tent, ia 'being' directed by the cliy of- j fk"il8 "f fliidletun toward Vutmpinc t out th severe Influenna epidemic Tk King but I ttfink one of the greatest fferm breeding and carrying source hnji been entirely overlooked that of promfHCiious expectorating on the street a, curbs nd Hidewalks from the city limits to the center of the bul "i! it.UHHy a county rjHnlation and ( fj not ii city ie. j .So hm mvtra Htund tht returning H f.wiaiW, .k no weloouve home in "fnuiotan uniu ufr ihp,v nw I Iker'MlK JhonthH r iloiwr. ETOTE TROOPS TO .(Continued from .pas 1.) nesa PoesVt7hU cHy -J an orniuanco jioniuiung expeciorai Tm,anr friends of Mrs. John Es- Je M- Jaiuln is In the city from . te. will he glad o learn that she Is i Echo steadily Improving after very serious j J. Katselas is in the city from Hold Illness with tnflnenta, at her home at j manman. 7:S Calvin street. , I A. S. Cooley, of Enterprise is a Pen- ' ! dleton visitor today. Mrs. Charles Ptockwell and her I A. M. Rummell, of Joseph, is at Ho ..daughter. Miss Oenevieve Stockwell. tol Pendleton. arrived in Pendleton last evening from H. O. W'ejiler of Pasco, is in Pen- OF, vjiprnlsers for Aloiiasu Umate. ' ' Kim..rownerv J A, JBlakely and O. A. Hartmait havo bee, mimed by JVdge C. If", Marsh as appraisers of the estate of f. O. Moussu. deaeased lug on the sidewalks, streets and gut- tera Jf not, why not? Flushing, thorough flushing, of the streets and gutters of the city is necessary every day In the year to carry away debris and filth, but if the streets of Pen dleton were hourly flushed with a dls. infectant it would not remove all danger arising from the frexiuent ex-, pectoratinff permitted ' here. Get at "the root of the difficulty effectlve- iCAPffaiKK HUtiJC C1'RNCY AMSTKltUAM. dan. HiwrtiUwnR, coowlliiir H owe tllspuuih, Jiavc il 4nrel (lie imurrlul I'lrtiitlng works .with lH.OOII.Otlo marks in nurronry. RRRAK flOVMtWHCNT TRl'CE 1X)X1K)S, Jan. 9. Wm Martucans, aTer aooenting truce 1(h the govern ment resteiHay,' today resitmetl .their ly by prohibiting expectorating now ! nontlow Berlin. AtanicM and for all time to come. A SUBSCRIBER. their nome at Clatskanie, near Port- i dleton today, land, ror a visit with .Mrs. stockwell s sister, Mrs. Kenneth Ooodale. who re turned with her daughter, little Miss Jane Goodale. to their apartments in JVmglas Court. Mrs. Goodale has been with Nrs. J. R. Haley for the imst fortnight and is convalescing from a evere attack of influenza.. Mrs. H". J. Fries is a business visitor from Tacoma today. D. E. Clark of Portland is in Ten-i dleton today. F. Rlcklin of I.a Grande, Ing the day in Pendleton. L. Fry is stopping at the St. .Fire on tlio Korth SWe Fire at the home of Gideon Brown. 503 Madison, called out the depart ment this morning. The fire was in a ,bed iroom and was discovered by Mrs. McDevitt. It was caused by -the catching .of ' wall .paper placed over a flue .and was put out before the de partment reached IhOjScene.. Damage is from $10 to S30. i,. Stockwell was In Pendleton with her! George today from Walla Willa. elster a short time ago but returned .om, iora ie u..,s oeM.re commumg st Geor(e today from Spokane. J. J. Lawlor it a gutst at the Hotel Vcd fci. atly rthe number of people fed at the ;Penllet5iv community It it c hen is decreasing. Today 21 were fed with soup, chocolate and dessert at noon, Ih spend-jami z" w,It De 10(1 t"Hiu, wnue yes- leroay rne nunioer mornin,; ana eve hln5 was 25. Mrs. Eintor Cleaver, Mrs. A. Itasmussen and Miss 1-orene Iarker are in charge today. , The Jens Olson home in the country fnl affair when a few friends took ad vantage of the country location to gather informally lor the evening. The best skating opportunity which Tendleton devotees of ice skating have enjoyed for many winters has been the inspiration each of th past several evenings Jfor motor .parties to iK-nrliy frozen jtouds or .wen for 16,000 STRIKE (Continued from page one.) A. YV. Perley is a business visitor here today from Portland. Mrs. M. 1 O'Connell is in Pendle ton today from Hermiston. Mr. and Mrs. J. X. Burgess loft this morning for Portland Mr. and Mrs. James Johns Senior, left today for a visit in Portland. Mrs. Ed Turk returned this morn ing to Arlington after visiting her husband here. George Melvelle is a visitor in Pen llles at Affc of " Mrs. I.edgerwood, aged 19, died yes terday at tlrace Hospital of Spanish inflnensa. The body is at Brown's undertaking parlors awaiting funeral arrangements. Mr. Ledger wood is .seriously ill at the hospitanl also and it js reported that there Is little hqpe of his recovery. t , .Croup of skatei-s on the river and j the Hotel St. George, mill race. Folk who have defied Jack ( AV. L. Thompson, banker of Pendle Frost and shouldered their steel 'ton and a member of the State High- Grand Jury Finds 4 True Bills. Four true bills and one not true bill is the result of he report investi- dleton today from Baker; stopping at;Stion of the grand Jury. , maictments were returned, against Joe Pohl and Arthur Ulrich for the he Mathematics of Health. includes "the addition of a few spoonfuls of Grape:Nuts fo the menu daily. Trie sum total is an a bundance of the vital phosphates and the goodness of our most rugged grains. n Grape:Nuts is a delicious economical and healthful food- Requires no Sugar. No Waste larceny of a store. A true bill was brought in against fllmer Turner, charged with the illegal possession Qf liquor- Clarence Bowlsby was Indict ed on a non-support charge. The charge against J. A. Pryor was dls-j missed. The charge against rryor was pointing a gun at another. Xew Jersey aud Staton Inland. Per. sons living in the lot tor places are iso lated. The strike 4s an official result or railway terminal trouble at Jersey City on the Hudson. A serious fuel and food fumble Is threatened. . " UIM AKKKfTEB The. strike Is esneewd to spread ruoldly to other marine workers. It is nt-liered tw.000 will lie klle unless Nome measure la taken iwioa. -lto tumiliiB aoldlora face tlte )iroKH't of beinK unable, to land' from tlielr shis. Tlio only boats exemiMed from strike orders are those oerated by the Kovemnient .caiTlivc wounded , and slrk voldiers lietwocn uospiuus ami tlio port nf debarkation at Iloboken. Ocean lluers prc.affcoted by the order. The strike is the rrwilt of troiihloiorer WtrprmtntA niado some tlmo ago by war labor hoard for an cigrht hour day and increase of .pay to be Rt-en the IIM1H. .1.1.. Striker .control tlto sltuuilon ,wlili no .rouble, but fTlilwe w-ill probably Ins with the state chancellory of the government at lt:in this (Wrdnestlay) nioriiing, the Saprtaenns established I trnce, after both sidea declared Ihoy wotild ttot use orce eM .in de fense, a disHMdt said. How the r mistico was adhered to la shown by tlio fact that at 5:10 the Sartacans HbM-med nter-den-lJiidcn with prlnt- I ed circulars, declarhtar ncuotlutkuis wxuld bo reo1cned. Fresh deiiiun stratlons against the government were iK'gun at 11. Autos Collide. Acollsslon of rwo autos at the junc tion of Main and Alta. streets occur red before noon. W. A. Munford driv ing a Ford milk delivery car west on Alta undertook to run over one of the large Pepland Brothers trucks. Ro sult. a few denta In -the truck's mud guards and Wilbur Ilaird, a hoy. In the seat with rr. Mumford was thrown through the windshield and cut on the left cheek by broken glass', a quan tity of milk spilled in the street, and milk rig Jammed up some, hut not enough to put a Ford out of business. bo lioll to pay very shortly." .was the needed. ommont in inei murine i rector s oi- tiCCH. AixijK m:nt across Kir Ike leaders luive lierniitted a limited nniulier of .Isaits to cross the bay with milk, which Is urgently .; i. frljhil;'1 11 ' t ' Br Fresh-Crisp-Satisfying, T:! is .exactly what you'll soy when you taste your lirst Snow Flake Spda. That's what everybody says about them an1 -fhaf s Wriy they re con tinuing tp be so immensely popular. Don't ask for crackers say Snow Flakes. - "' " Your grocef can supply you.- ; focfe Coast Biscuit Q must remain where he la. was asked upon tne grouna miii ine The writ ' courif but that only in exceptional cases would a federal, circuit or dla- ,-l.. ..mi. Inlnrfura with the nroceed- state has no power to enet an antl-j hma of ft Btu(e CHUrt sadiUou law. . - - - - "' ' JudKe bourauil) .did tiot .discuss the validity of the Montana law, ruling; that when the ease had been carried i through the state courts. It might be i appeuled to the Tnlted States supreme: Heal Skin Diseases HOMINY FEED ARE LOCAL SOLDIERS (Continued from pase 1.) the stand It could not give receptions for Pendleton men as the league is .H'DGK DESIEM J'lJEV ,' OF MONTANA CONVICT HELENA. Mont., Jan. 9. Judge George 1. JJoiu quin. .of the United States court yesterday denied the ap plication of John A- Griffith for a writ of habeas .corpus and the appli cant, who is now serving a term In the Deer Lodge penitentiary for sedition. It is unnecessary for you to suffer witheczema,blitclies,ringworm,rashee and similar -skin troubles. Zcmo, ob tained at .any tliug storp for ,35c, or $1.00 forextra large bolUc, and prompt ly applied will usually give instant relief from -itching torture. It cleanses and soot lies the skin and heals quickly and effectively moat skin diseases. Zemo is a wonderful, penetrating; disappearing liquid and is soothindfco the mostdelicate skin, it is not greasy, is easily applied and costs little. Get it today ami save all further distress, The E. W. Rose Co., (Mi'ltni. O. . The Heart of the Corn : j the most ecoknomical log Feef4- Also Wheat and Bar ! ley Chop and other hog feed. j 8LMNSTE1N & COl 130a W.Alta : Phone, 351 harst W UU Vfolntln; I In Ordi nanof. I Louis Pinson, proprietor of th Office launch, on Main stroet, was ar rested today for serving meals while not wearinff a flu mask. Pinaon has j employed Haley & Hairy to defend him. and the ca.se will prohably be j tried this afternoon. ONE NEW FLAG, ONE COMES OFF Today is a light flu report, there being- but one new case re- ported, Roy. Pandrum, 901 E. Railroad, and but one, C. A. .Simpson. 605 Garfield street, re- leased from quarantine, leaving" , 18 the same as yesterday the , number of quarantined homes j in the city. WHEN IS COUNTY ROAD (Continued from page one ) The county does not claim any su pervision of streets In incorporated towns...; These thlnprs fall to the town and the records should show the streets belonging1 to the cities. AUTO BANDIT KILLED BY SHERIFF'S POSSE gTHE UNIVERSAL CAR The Foiyl Model T One-Ton Truck Chass is, $634.58 f . o. b. Pendleton, has been thor oughly tested for more than two years. It is sold you now in the assured confidence that it will meet your requirements and ex pectations. The regular Ford frame, only larger and heavier, the regular Ford motor with, direct driven worm gear; wheel base of 124 inches and will turn inside a 46-foot circle. It has all the simplicity of the Ford car, all the economy in operation and main tenance. Come in and we'll give you fur ther details. Immediate Delivery Simpson Auto Co. Water & Johnson Sts. Phone 408 (Continued from page 1.) the officers used horses and carp and, went afoot, they tracked them five or; Hf miles, fireene and Ayers doubling; their tracks like rabbits. Finally Of- j fleer Van Ausdle. who was with Sheriff Barnes, Deputy Sherirf Barnes' of Waits burg, and Emewon Wood. ct tight a glimpse of them lyin be-j aide the fence. The car wo stopped t and the officers started toward where j tho young" men were hidden. Oreene j at once opened fire on Sheriff Barnes, j the first bullet coming so close that it j blistered his left cheek . Van Aus- file thought that It was Sheriff Tarnes shooting until Barnes called to him to look out. Van An. stile was not able to see either of the men but h- could see their rifles sticking out of the weeds in which they were hidden- alongside a fence. ? Put i n Fight. Bh Van Ausdle and Barnes yeUed to thfcn to throw up their hands but i they dJ not obey. Van Ausdle f ired j and, the firKt shot broke a flashlight! in A .vers' overcoat pocket. Van .A dlo'Main called "hands up." hut get t'ntf no response fired again and I Orrpno rolled out of tlie- weeds and! down the side hill. Again Van Aim die called to Ayers to throw up his hands, which h did, hot rftaTned his irnn. Van Ausdle ordered him tV drop tie pin if he did not want ro be killed i r nil Avers complied. Oreene- lejiged J the officers to kill hltn after e was! wounded. - j Others of the posse who had heard . the shooting, hurried to the scene.' nod flreen wan put Into a Hupmobile belonging to Kmerson Wood and tush- ; ed to Walla W.-ilIa whre an opm-a-j Hon was informed by Dr. Y. C Bin-1 lock In the hop" of saving his life ' hot It was Impossible and he died at o'clock last night. The bullet had cut the small Intestine nlmoft In; two end Ha -cut a triangular ,picce ' .out Qt th liver, very Woman is learning the business of Buying' Better for Her Home n:. ere's fiow, Every woman is learn ing that buying for ' the home is "a business mat ter" just as certainly as is the earning of the home income. - She is learning that it is worth while thing to be come EFFICIENT as a buyer .for home to match " the business ability of her husband with her own. She is learning that the very real competition be tween manufacturers and - merchants means much to I her in her buying task '. that there is, because of this competition in value giving, always a best time ' and best place in which to . buy. She is learning that mere cheapness of price does not mean economy that economy in buying in heres in the VALUE se cured, in the serviceability and excellence of the thing purchased. She learns that ''price" is-.a . relative thing. ' ' -SJIE LEARNS THAT THROUGH THE ADVERTISEMENTS OF STORES IN THE v-; .? r SHE IS TO FIND THE KEY TO HER DAILY TASK OF BUYING. That ments, these advertise for i her, mean "trade inform atinn" that they give Jier the lat est developments' in the constant striving of com peting merchants for her trade. She learns that if an ad vantage is to be had in buying a needed commodi ty she will find it in pur chasing the commodity at a store which advertises regularly in the EAST -OREGONIAN and which makes a great many sales of such commodity every day, thus obviating the ne cessity of taxing each sale with a large part of the daily "overhead expense" of the store for that day. She would rather be one of MANY and pay that daily expense and that daily profit of the store than "to be one of FEW TO PAY HV .i She is learning, there fore, that to understand her task as buyer for the home she must devote some of her time to a study of the store adver tisementsand, for the most part, she finds this study amazingly interest ing. In this reasoning she. does not require a great fund of mathematical lore. It is just common sense. , ' i , IF YOU ARE NOT ONE OF THE MANY WHO ARE DOING THIS, TRY START ING TODAY. YOU WILL FIND IT WONDERFULLY INTERESTING. -4