East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, August 17, 1915, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8

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    DAILY EAST OREGOXTAN. PENDLETON. OREGON, TUESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1913.
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Join the jitney Club
10c down and 10c additional each week until your watch is paid for.
You carry the watch while you are paying for it.
There is to be but 25 mem
bers in the club.
You choose any watch that
you wish.
Any man, woman or child in
Pendleton can own a watch on
the Jitney plan.
5c.
"Goodbye Tin Watch"
Those are the words used by the first man who joined our Jitney
w atch club yesterday. He aimed at the waste-paper basket with his
tin watch and with all the pride which he had pent up for years he
pocketed his gold timepiece and went forth a proud man.
"I have always wanted a good watch," he said, "but I never thought
I could stand the pressure."
The Jitney club made it possible for Mr. Denning to get a new watch
and he won't have to blush with shame when he consults his time
piece before his friends.
Come in and let us explain the Jitney plan to you.
Royal M. Sawtelle
Established 1887
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FORD STERLING IN
Dirty Work in a Laundry
j'f 2 Reel Keystone That's a Scream. jS" ' V
The Floating Death
Featuring ENID MARKEY. The story concerns a ship owner and a crooked
inspector, who allows an unsafe vessel to take out an excursion party;
built around the Chicago disaster. See this, it is good.
"THE CHOIR BOYS," Reeler drama.
10c "Watch the Cosy Next Week" 5c
Newsy Notes of Pendleton
t'lult'i-iitM OjHiraUoii.
KriU'st HriiiKS of this oily underwent
an operation at St. Anthon's hospital
this morning. The operation was or a
minor nature.
Marring I hvuso luM.
A marriage license was issued yes
terday to Percy G. Ripper and Oris
laughary. The bride is under 16
years and her parents consent was
necessary.
laundry Hniplov Invited.
Manager Frank Downey of the Cosy
theater has Invited the employes of
the Domestic and Troy laundries to
he his guests today at the exhibition
of the Keystone comedy, ' Dirty Work
at the Laundry."
One lx, HattlONiiakp,
While returning from lUngham
Springs Sunday In his big auto truck.
D. B. Waffle killed a large rattler.
The snake was colled In the road and
Waffle ran one of the front wheels
of the truck squarely over it. It was
almost three feet long and had nine
rattles.
IWmiUpkrw Gets 80 Days.
Frank McVeigh, the bootlegger ar
rested yesterday on a charge of sell
ing liquor to Indians, received the
usual sentence of (50 or SO days and
Is now a member of the street gang
Seven drunks, five of which paid
their tines, were In court this morning.
will go from there to Seattle and later
expects to attend the Uound-up as a
contestant, according to a letter just
received by Vane (lurYine, night clerk
at the St. (ieorme, I
,ks for PUorrv. 5
Aliening cruel and Inhuman treat-
ment, Ida Isabel Davis of this city
today filed suit for divorce against
her husband. Elaa Floyd Davis of E
Twin Falls, Idaho, and she asks also E
that her maiden name of Campbell be E
restored to her. The couple were mar- j
ried in Salt Ljike in lDtfl and the E
complaint charges that her husband E
began abusing her while drunk with- E
in six months. W. M. Peterson Is her E
attorney.
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This big busy store is showing a 1
J great many new fall goods.
E If you are a Qoldcn Rule shopper you know what a say-
ing you have here. If not, you don't know just how much
you are losing. LET US SHOW SOME OF OUR EVERY 1
1 DAY VALUES. S
Market Kditor Ik Hero.
Hymen H. Cohen, market editor of E
the Portuand Journal, and Mrs. Cohen E
arrived In Pendleton today in their E
auto from Heppner and will go on to jS
Walla Walla. He Is checking up the S
grain situation to get an accurate ea-
timate of the 1915 yield. S
ltf rtholet Is Back.
Conductor Gus Bertholet, veteran
and popular conductor, on ths N. P.
run between Pendleton and Pasco,
brought the forenoon passenger. In to
day for the first time In two months.
Mr. end and Mrs. Bertholet have
been on an extended trip east during
which they visited with their son,
Frank Bertholet, who Is a cadot at
West Point. They were there three
weeks and enjoyed the visit greatly.
Returned Empty Handed.
Teddy Hauswlrth, C. E. Roosevelt
and Chris Stangler arrived home on
No. 1? today from a two days hunt
ing trip In the mountains near Dun
can. They took to the back streets
for there was no prideful bulge to
their pockets. They found very poor
shooting, the birds being both scarce
and wild. Reports are that the
hunters who went out from Bingham
Springs found the best sport of all,
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4 REELS. A DRAMA OF THE "GAY WHITE WAY." 4 REELS
Midnight at Maxim's
Introducing Principal Features From Maxim's, Rector's and Bustanoby's Cabarets
and the celebrated Donkey Dance and the following superb vaudeville sensations
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THE SEASON'S GREATEST SENSATION
Bo'vers Wins Rifle,
C. Vi. Bowers Is the proud posses
sor of a new 30-30 rifle, - which he
won at a shooting contest Saturday
in the Prize, Shooting Gallery on Main
strict, operated by C. Xadeau. Bow
crs and J. F. Nippo tied with a per
fect 50 score and tn shooting oft th
tie each got a 48. In the second
shootoff, Bowers scored another 46
while Nippo fell down to 43. An
other contest will be put on in the
Immediate future.
Women's early fall suits at
?12.50, $14.75, !? 10.50
$18.50.
Early fall silk petticoats in
plain or fancy $1.08,
$2.08, $3.49, $3.98.
Early fall silk waists $3.00
and $5.00 values $1.98,
$2.98.
Dainty nainsook combina
tions 49S t9, 9S,
$1.49.
Light union suits for these
hot days 25t. 49, 69t.
9S.
Ladies' sleeveless vests at
8t,:, 10t, 12i2t, 19?
Thin hose in black or white,
also silk boot 25, 49
The best value in ladies'
hose you ever saw 12 V'
Children's hose 10. 12t)
19.
Early fall silks, very pret-
ty designs 49t, 69, 98 S
Early fall wool goods for
less 25, 49 9S
Early fall ginghams for
dresses 8i3, 10
Early fall percale at a good i
saving Gtit. 10t 12i2t
Three piece breakfast sets,
of Amoskeag gingham 3
98. E
Bungalow aprons, open i
front and back only 49 3
House dresses of good qual- 3
ity gingham or percale, 3
a splendid $1.50 value
at 98f 3
Children's gingham and
percale dresses, sizes 5 i
to 14 years 49, 69f, 3
98, $1.49.
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Heer hunting Is a very dlscourag- s
Ing sport these first days of the oea- 3
son, according to reports brought 3
back from the mountains by hunting
parties. The flies are so bad that the
deer keep to the heavy brush where 3
it is hard to find them. Hunters do 5
not expect conditions to Improve until S
aner tne first frost. W. N. Matlock,
J. U Vaushan. Denutv Sheriff .T H
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Saturday for the brakes around TTI1 i . ,
away, returned with a report of hav
ing seen only one deer and that an
old doe. Tracks were very few, they
say. Fred House Is reported to have
bagged a buck but the report has not
been confirmed. The report that
Teddy Hauswirth had shot a deer was
unfounded. Mr. Hauswlrth havlnir
oeen out after grouse only. Asa B,
MANY PENDLETON PEOPLE
REGISTERED AT BINGHAM
BINGHAM SPRINGS, Ore., Aug.
IT. Another large crowd gathered at
Thomson of Echo Is reported to have Bingham Springs Sunday for recre
shot a deer and to have trailed It for ation and rest The opening of the
miles by its blood but to have failed hunting season was responsible for
to overtake It. , the coming of many and all report
j fine sport in this vicinity. The fol-
t S t S S 4 S lowing la the Sunday register:
$. Pendleton.
IS THIS OI.1VKK OSBOUXE? c. H. Roscberg and family. V. B.
Bybee and wife, W. C. E. I'ruitt, J. J.
Saw Deer; Xo Bullets. .
Report Is brought in that Albert
Humphrey met with gome luck while
out hunting Sunday such as would
disgust any nimrod. While looking
for grouse and with qartridses loaded
only with blrdshot, he was con
fronted with a large buck deer which
made as nice a target as a man would
want. Humphrey Is said to have
rushed to camp for bullet-loaded
cartridges and to have spent the bal
ance of the day trailing the deer with
out success. "
"There's a Hea-son."'
L. G. Frazier, Fred Earl and Ray
Crystal returned yesterday from a
grouse hunt on the forks of the Walla
Walla river. They had been told by
a friend living there that the grouse
were plentiful and that hunters very
rarely got Into that country. They
learned the reason for the hunters
passing it up. They declare It to be
so rough that It Is almost Impossible
to travel and, after a half day of
weary climbing, they returned to
camp. They got 1.1 birds but they
shot every one of them within 200 feet
of the road. Yesterday they spent
at Bingham Springs.
iroiiiilaton Men Boost Candidate.
A party of prominent Hermlston
men, Including F. B. 8Wayze, Carl
McXaught, E. P. Dodd and John D.
Watson, waited upon County Judge
Marsh yesterday to present the name
of George Cressy for consideration In
the naming of a successor to the late
Commissioner H. A. Waterman. Mr.
C'reosy Is a prominent and success
ful farmer of the project and the Her
mlston men feel that he has the high
est qualifications for the position of
commissioner, They feel, too, that
Inasmuch ns the deceased commis
sioned lived In their community they
are entitled to recognition In the
naming of a new man.
Wnlla Walla "Nat" t'nllkely.
That the campaign for a nubile
natatorlum similar to Pendleton's
which Is now being conducted In
Walla Walla, will not be successful
this year Is the statement of promi
nent residents of that city. The com
mittee In charge proposed a bond Is
sue to raise the 115,000 or J20.000
necessary and sentiment does not
favor bond Issues of any kind there.
One resident points out that the city
faces a $26,000 shortage In revenue
from liquor licenses next year and
must also provide (25,000 for the ex
tension of the water lines. This with
other expenses will Increase the taxes
five mills, It Is said. Equally un
favorable would be a public subscrlp'
tlon campaign, such as Pendleton
conducted, according to Walla Wal
lans Inasmuch as a campaign for
money with which to rebuild ths
Catholic hospital has Just termlnat
ed.
Vernon At Toppenlsh.
"Buffalo" Vernon, well known
Round-up performer. Is now at Top
penlsh with John Spain's bunch and
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NEW YORK, Aug. 17. nie mys
terious "Oliver Osborne," who fig
ired In the suit brought by Rae Tan
zer against former District Attorney
James W. Osborne Is again in the
limelight. Several of the parties In
the case have Identified Herbert F.
Oeiry, ranchman, private detective,
soldier of fortune, and exile from
Boston as the Missing Oliver. Others
say that he bears no resemblance to
the missing man, who has been
sought after ever since the case was
opened.
Gerry got in trouble In Boston
while he was operating a detective
agency. He was sued for defamation
of character and later Indicted for
grand larceny n November, 1914. He
left Boston about the time the myste
rious "Oliver" arrived In New York.
He Is now supposed to be In Idaho.
James W. Osborne, who claims to
have had a visit from Oliver, says
that the picture Is not that of "Oliver
Osborne."
Adams, T. C. Mangold, W. A. Rhodes,
W. M. Blukley. A. C. Funk, Slegel
Parlett, H. 8. VanLuven, Ben Green,
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Waffle. Wm. Waf
fle, Blanche Jones, L. M, Ernard and
family, C. Edmlston, Carl Gulott, D.
D. Phelps. Mrs. D. D. Phelps, Geo. V.
Phelps, Mrs. Roy Alexander, Mrs. Fred
Block, Mr. Meaker, Curl Perrlnger,
Thos. F. Murphy, John Hamley, Mr.
and Mrs. I). B, Hill, Ceo. C. Hill. Lctta
McXette, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Brown,
Arthur J. Hatton and Wife, Hoy Alex
ander, Fred T. Blooh, Levi Ankeny,
Mr. and Mrs. Nesmlth Ankeny, Mrs.
W. L. Thompson, A. J, McAllister, O.
F.. Perlnger and wife, Mrs. J. A. Smith,
J. B. Colesworthy, Margaret Coles
worthy, Pauline Rice, Mrs. C. F. Coles
worthy, Harold B. Smith, O. E.
Smith. Geo. II. McDonald, W. I.
Mountain and wife.
Glenwood. Frank Gray.
Minneapolis, Norma Verbeck.
Prairie I)u Sue Helen Sisson.
Salem.' Chas. E. Strlcklen.
Stanfield, Mr. and Mrs. Fred C.
Fulton.
Walla Walla.
I-essie Drumheller, j Allen Drum
heller, Mrs. Drumheller, Dewey Drum
heller, Earl Drumheller, Jim Drum
heller, Harry Marquum, Flo Crocks
dule, Margaret Paxtnn, Bertha Tay
lor. Lunl Dorothy, Harold Sparks,
Hobart Welch, Alfred Leonard, Har
old Blandford, Harry Kldwell and
wife. J. H. Flanders and wife, G. R.
McDermott, Geo. A. Kvans and wife.
G. P. Wlnans and wife, R. U Ellis
and wife, J. E. Hawkins.
Arlington, Delia Darland.
Milton, C. R. Samuel, Jr.
Portland. Mayme Hoch, lister
Wood, C. W. Fulton and wife.
Athena, Luke Read, Mrs. I)ls Mc
Intire, Mrs. Bella Mclntlre.
W. H. HILL
OPTICIAN
With
WM. C HANSCOM.
We grind our own lenses.
Helix, Dr. W. H. McKinner and
family, Dee LeRoy, Joe Kelley, Oeo.
L. Richardson, Claud Russel.
I. W. W, BLAMED FOR THE
DISORDER AT VERA CRUZ
WASHINGTON, Aug. 17. With the
situation on the border comparatively
quiet, Interest In Mexico again cen
tered upon Vera Cru and Corrania's
expected reply to the Pan-Americaa
Peace proposal. Although reports
from Vera Crux declared the Indus
trial workers of the world were re
sponsible for the recent antl-Amerl-can
demonstrations there, the admin
istration felt no fear ot the outcome.
The Industrial propaganda. It was
stated, lacks the support of Carrania
and his advisors.
Tho battleships Nw Hampshire
and Louisiana are expected td roach
Vera Crui tomorrow. The ordering
of the vessels to the Mexican port Is
of no significance, according to the
navy department, but It Is believed the
administration may have had private
Information which resulted In the can
cellation of orders for the battleships
to proceed to Ouatanamo.
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The A It a Theater
"COMFORTABLE"
Today and Tomorrow, Orrin Johnson
The handsome arid popular M,etro star, in
"FIGHTING BOB"
A spectacular military story with excitenent in every scene. A thrill from start
to finish with the popular leading man of the dramatic stage in the title role.
Sprendid photography. One of the greatest Metro releases.
Special for Thursday only, a re
turn of GABY DESLYS in
llor Triumph"
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