East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, August 24, 1915, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2

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DAILY FAST OREO ONI AN. FENDLETON, OREGON. TUESDAY. AUGUST 21. 1915.
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Bargain Opportunity
Large Women
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For Wednesday only we will offer a remarkbl opportunity to vromia Whos waist
measure is from 30 to 36 incites. Full, wall made skirts of French and storm serge.
Wool poplin and Panama in nary blua, alack, grey and brown. The styles are neat,
practical and up-to-date and are trimmed with buttons and cluster pleats. Tba original
prices range from $7.00 to $12.00. Wednesday only, your choice t ONE HALF Price.
TWEED SUITING
One of our new Fall suitings. Very best
goods for the price. Comes in navy,
brown, red, with contrasting flake; 36 in.
wide. Especially adapted to street and
school wear. The yard 50
KIDDIE CLOTH
for School Dresses. Guaranteed fast col
ors. Comes in plain shades, "pltids, checks
and stripes; wears like iron ; 32 inchs
wide. The yari , 20
"T.P.W." Pure Food Shop
CLEANLINESS
ECONOMY
Quale Meal Suggestion far These Warm Days.
3 PHONES
ALL IS
SERVICE
PEACHES Fancy ripe fruit, for canning
and talile ose. tbe br x 45c
ASPARAGUS 1 91 5 ev pack, the extra
fancy large w hie, can 35 6 for $1.95
ASPARAGUS TIPS 3No. 1 round cans, 3
cam 50
20c CANNED PEAS, very spec, 3 cans 50
NEW CROP HONEY Pint jars 35
Quirt jars 50
20c CANNED TOMATOES Special the
can TL5C-; dozen cans $1.75
TOMATOES Fancy, smooth sound toma
toes. full weight boxes, the box 50
CHINOOK SALMON Latest pack, fine,
fat fish, small cans, 3 for 50c
Large cans 25
PETTIJOHN'S Rolled wheat with bran
the package 15
NORWAY. SARDINES Extra fancy small
fish, packed in pure olive oil, 3 cans 50
R-PORTER The fine summer drink. Bot
tles 10 and 25
VISITING STATE KXK.CITIVKS
AltR (iKKKTCn HY 1IKAD
OK B-Y STATE.
ieiior VaUh Make-. Addrv ill
S leaking 'f the bust ess situation at
the Oregon i'uililinj; at the Panama-
! Pacific exposition, the San Francisco
! Examiner has the folowing to nay
that will he of Interest to the many
friends of Mrs. Thomas a. Hallty: j
The Oregon reception and ball
Tuesday night displayed the two Joint j
hostesses of the Oregon building In
graceful accord and excellent spirits I
The Oregon commission appointed
abgaihs
FOR THE "WOMEN.
Here is the One Best Bargain
$3.75 NEW SILK PETTICOATS $2.25
Direct from .New Ifork. Full range of col
ors, solid and changeable, full flare fancy
ruffled bottoms art! parent waist band, the
terrtire lot is on display in our bargain base
ment. Your choicw $2.25
FOR THE MEN
'We made an exceptional boy for the Bar
gain Basement. Special lot of men's dress
hats.
REGULAR $2.50 QUALITY FOR $1.69
These hate are in the new Fedora shapes,
colors are brown, dark grey and black.
Both raw and bound edge. The entire lot
on display in our Bargain Basement.
The Peoples Warehouse
; IWO official hivtteaaea tn nlternnte
Wrlcoitip Which l, !t.nuntkM Nj throughout the exposition season, re-1
Ijy v. spry of VUili Mnim , wrvlnK tne pr,Viiege of eieoting a
nn.j of Itoslon M-o "'"" third if neeewnrv
Mrs. Thomas G. Halley of Port-
i land was hostess from tfle opening
i f Si
:Bro J
the Victors.
BOSTON. Aug. 24.-The eighth n.
day of the exposition until June, with
mial conference of the governors of . tho ref,ponslblty of establishing Ore
the l nited !-Utes convened her to- gon's social status among the state
day for a four dsvs' m.-eting. The! buildings. XIrs. Hallev Is a gentle
woman of rare beauty, refinement
visiting slate executives were greeted
with an address of welcome by Gov
ernor Walsh of Massachusetts at a
Teception opening the conference,
which was responded to by Governor
Spry of rtah. Mayor Curley of Bos
ton also welcomed the vialtrs Ahou:
25 governors and 15 former gover
nors attended the conference.
Governor Walsh is chairman of the.
executive committee In charge of the
conference, and ' a committee of
prominent citiiens was appointed Ly
him to assist m entertaining the vis
itors. He announced that he planned
to combine with the business of the
conferece numerous social features,
Including mobilization of the state
militia -with a parade and half holi
day; the furnishing of a militia of f i-'
cei' to pot as personal aide to ev
governor and exgovernnr; the pay
ment by the state of the expenses of
the visitors; the use of a battleship or
the naval mliitia training ship, -cruiser
Chicago, to take the guests on a
harlior crutse.
The. foiiow.ng program had been
and character. She is the widow of
one of Oregon's . most brilliant Uw.
vers and publicists. She la an es
pecial favorite and leader In Port
land society. Her gifts and graces
proved a distinct asset to the state,
and made Oregon immediately popu
lar In the whole social life of the ex
position, of which she was an espec
ially popular figure.
Mrs. Halley's time expired In June
and then Mrs. Charles A. Gray of Sa
lem, Oregon, began her term of three
months as hostess, which has been
effective and successful and has cov
ered many of the most Important oc
casions of the state and the exposition.
Commissioner Logan said last night
that when Mrs. Gray's term as hos-
I tess expires In September the com
missioners will find It easy to arrange
between these two eminently capable
hostesses for Oregon's right social
place In the last three months of
the great fair.
Mrs. Martin A. Ferguson is hack
prepared: 10:30 a. m , re eptli.n to! fron, Kmmett, Idaho, where she vis
ited at the home of her daughter.
Mrs. Vernal Iiackman.
Miss Kuth Itothrock of Athena Is
visiting with her high school and
college friends In the city.
Where it Paw to Trade
ru-ifcud Minister.
KLAMATH FAMJf, One., Alrr.
24.
Save The Baby
Use the reliable
HORLICEfS
ORIGINAL
Malted Milk
Upbuilds every part of the body eftcWntrf.
Endorsed Ij thousands of Pbjsaciana,
Mothers and Nnraet the world over km
toon than quarter of a ceDtury.
Convenient, no cooking nor additional
milk required. Simply distolvein water.
Afreet when other foods often fail.
SampU fret, HORUCKS, Roan, Wm.
EyHoSubtitiitj ("JustasAetotf
M HORUCK'S, taa OrlfiaW
At a wngm?:rtioiml : meeting held
by the First Presbyu-rian church of
this city, it ws voteti unanimously
to call to this pas'torate P.ev. Charles
T. Hurd. of Pfti-tlarid. .Mr HuM it
now assistant jojrtor of the First
Presbyterian chiorch taere. He has
Just advised the church -officials here
tat he will be ready t take up his
Autles here beginning "(tifc first Sun
day In September.
At present there is 1K1 one regu
lar pastor located m thiecity and he
pretldea over the Grace Methodist
Episcopal church. The Iiaptlst and
Christian church ministers hava re
moved within the last month.
linking in the TTorth eSa on May 2S
if the Danish a.eamer Betty, and an-ii-irunced
its wiUjigness to pay for
Ee steamer.
"It is said by Germany that the
submarine commander failed to eee
tkn- mark denothr.g Danish nationality
ons!he steamer a;d. assumed from the
romie of the vessel that it was golns
to Jtln the Britieti fleet as an auxi-'
iary .cruiser."
visitors with address cf welcome by
Governor Walsh and Mayor Curley.
Response by Governor Spry of I'tuh;
2 P- m., papers by former Governor
Emmet O'Neal of Alabama. "Possi
bilities of the Governors' C'onferanea
and Governor George A. Carlson o(
Colorado, "State or National Control
Waterpower Sites;" 4 p. m , automo- .
bile tour of the park system; 8 p. m. '
.,,,Kti i-.untt,.n at Mtale hnllMP S MrLfWirtV Wl tTt'n A
! Wednesday. 10 a. m., papers by KOH STATK JOB
Governor R. I.. Williams of nklaho- e,
ma, "The Executive Hudget," andj
Governor Moses Alexander of M.iho.l
; subject to be announced; 2 p. m. pa-i
I pers by f.irmer Governor Col I.
I Hlease of South Carolina. "The Duty,
; and Responsibility of the Governor
j in Dealing With Prisoners," and Gov
ernor W. S. Hammond of Minnesota,
: "Economy and Efficiency in the!
State;" 4 p. m. North snore au'.umo-
bile drive, including shore dinner at
the Eastern Yacht Club. Marblchead.
: Thursday, 10 a. m., papers by Gov
ernor H. C. Stuart of Virginia, "Tax-
ation;" former Governor J"hn A.
I'Dix of New V'Tk. "Conservation of
i Mankind and of Natural Resmirct-j"
'and former Governor William Hodges
I Mann of Virginia, subject to b? an
! nounced: 2 p m., papers by Governor
: Charles S. Whitman of New York,
1 subject to be announc ed, and form-
er Governor Iiliss M. Amnions of
Colorado, whose subject was also un
! announced; 4 p. m. automobile moet-
in? place, elect an executive commit
tee ( secretary and treasurer.
Friday. 10 a. m papers by Gover
nor James F. Fielder of New Jersey.
-What Should be the State's Dut In
the Matter of 'National Defense?''
.tkI n farewell addre:-ts by Secretary
of War Garrison; 1:30 p. m harbor
trip with dinner and an inspection
sail through the Cape Cod canal.
Paw Knows Everything.
"Willie Paw, what is a reformer?
Paw A reformer is a man who
has a lot of fun seeing that other -Governor Whitman
people -do not have any fun, my son
AUOiiOL 3 FtK CENT.
AVcsclablirVvpanmonrorAs
similalineiterWMfRwiiis
ling Die SiomacJts auiliowis of
Blllllllia
Promotes Di&stlonQtttfii-
rtcss and ItaContaJjis Dri8w
Opiuni-Marpluce KtHmi.
M)T NARCOTIC.
rWiU-
POsslJMB afWsff
ABtTfrdRrroedv forCntft
tton , Sour Stonoch.DUrrta
VVonrafoitvulsioirijewrisi
rugsandLossorSUg.
TtiShUt Signal! of
Thk CrvrAun Coi?AS2J
NEW YORK.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
Always Bought
Bears
Signature
In
Use
For Over
Thirty Years
Exact Copy of Wrapper. rt aurrtun oost. w mtt.
RECORD OF DEEDS AND
OTHER INSTRUMENTS
TWO TURKISH VESSELS
SUNK BY A SUBMARINE
A x VI
If
I NEW YORK. Auk. 24
has
(battel .Mortgage.
E. F and JeRs FerKuson to Leo
Cockburn, 1300. 1 separator, Jack
son feeder and all appliances belong
ing thereto.
("has. McKeown to Grace Demrris.
?6H0, on 11 cows.
MomruRe.
Jos. Hlomirren to Wm. Nichols,
J3IMOI. 24(i acres land, title descrip
tive. Jos lilomgren to Wm. Nichols. 13,
f'HO, 240 acres land, title descriptive
lcrd.
Jacob Leeper to Nettle F. I.eeper.
HOOii. RIock 72 In the town of
Freewater.
Irene M. Iialch to E. A. Bentley,
110. 40 acres in sec. 25, T. 5 Is'., H.
28 E W. M.
I'un E Raich to E. A. Ilentley, 110.
A tract of land In sec. 25, T. 5 N .
It. 2S E.. W. M.
Chas. H. Benson to E. A. Bentley.
110 The H 1-2 of NE 1-4 of sec 27.
T. 4 N-, H. 28 E-, W. M
Howard L. Stephens to John J
Hamley. If.750. The E 1-2 of lots
11 and 12 in block 4. Haley's addition
to I'en'lleton.
Martha -and liobt. J Kelly to
Italph E. York and Buby A. Wal
dron, It. The Nw 1-4 of sV 1-1 of
sec. 26. T. 4 N K. 37 E., W. M , with
revertment provisions
lliti-nt.
David Sorrellfl, nssignee of Jos.
I) Brooks. 120 acres in se.c 14 T. 4
N.. B. 28 E., W. M.
Turkey C'nlN Tor German I"rif !. I'nlversity of Constantinople. Most of
HE KLIN, Aug 24. Turkish edu- thpm aiieady have been held. They
1 .,.i. ,1.1 . . iiii. muKt teach In the Turkish lunauiiK
catlonal authorities have decided to , ,, . , ...
and will be given nn opportunity to
call fourteen German professors to ,fHrn u MltTf br!?nnng work el ,hs,
become members of the faculty of the university.
Now Are the Days
Children Need Care
SOFIA, Aug. 24. The Turkish col
!ier Estahan and the German Levant
liner Tonedos were torpedoed nr.rt
Iterlln Elet Ilrwrt. ! sllnk by a f ritlri irobmarine in the
LO.V&ON Aug. 24 A disj-atch to. Marmora sea, according to a dispatch
Rwutera Telegram Company from received liere from Constatninople
Corienhavn fays: The Tenodos was eurying ammunl
"The (Vrman government tta3 ex-jtion to the Turkish fr-irses on the Gal
wesned rerwt for the torpexteteg andjllpoli penuuiula.
"GO T
WHERE YOU CAN ENJOY YOURSELF AND KEEP COOL THIS SUMMER.
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et al - h. '"B.--
' ir'-i.i::,-'.. '.v. -i
flow Open!
RATES
$2.00 to $2.50
per day.
$12.50 to $15.00
per week.
Mineral Baths,
Swimming Pool
Automobile stage
from Gibbon. Good
accommodations at
hotel, and . reagon
able rates to campers.
Under New Management and Thoroughly Renovated.
FURTHER INFORMATION FURNISHED UPON APPLICATION TO
BINGHAM SPRINGS, W. W. Hoch, Proprietor
BIKGHAtl SPRIXQS, GIBSON POSTQFFiCE, OREGON
Cm rtW, W.H0CH, PENDLETON.
OREGON, TELEPHONE 416
NeseW4mSr'
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MltS.
VI I.I. A NOW
IX ( AMKOItMA
4
r: 'if
AlthoURh
refused to
aive an inkling as to the men he will
name for membership on the New
York Athletic Commission next month
il Is known that the governor is giv
ing the subject much attention. He
has consulted William Muldoon of
Whitp Plains' recently rn regard to
f'e formulation of new rules which
might improve the boxlirg game. It
j is known that Governor Whitman has
I a high regard for the veteran trainer,
who Ik known all over the country
j for his famous rrsort anfl It would
I not lie suprlslng to close followers of
Ithe game If Muldoon Is named as one
rof the "boxing commiKdioneTS.
GIBBON WOMEN SECURE
FRUIT FROM MILTON
MRS. .IOIIK IIAGKR AD MIIS.
AMIKItT HA K Kit MAKK TRIH
tnnv.n nkws kgtes.
SCNCRI rMNClSCQ VILLA
Here is a recent picture of Mrs.
Francisco Villa, wife of the Mexican
rebel leader made at Long Hea.cn,
California, where she Is npendlng the
summer with her younger sister and
her baby. Senora Villa H but seten
teen yearn of a ;e.
Special Correspondence.)
OIK HON, Or., Aug. 24. Mrs.
John Hager and Mrs. Albert Halter
went to Milton yesterday after a load
of fruit
Mrs. ('. C. Leach wils taken to the
hospital In Pendleton yesterday. She
is seriously ill.
Mrs. Tiave Konlfer went to Pendle
ton torlay,
Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson drove
to Athrna Thursday In their new car.
Luke Head and Art Douglas came
up from Athena to remain over Sun
day with their families who are
camped at the springs ;
W. W. Hoch, manager of Hlnghamj
Springs, went to Pendleton yesterday
on business.
James Lteiiallen and Ralph Tucker
are on the river for a few days from
Weston.
Henry Thompson went to Weston
today.
Mr. and Mrs. Nesmlth Ankeny of
Pendleton, are at the springs today.
Ous Hmythe was up here this week
loading out a lot of sheep for the Chi
cago market. ,
Dolfay Thompson was here Wed
nesday from Weston mountain.
Chas Rtnnton returned to his home
In Pendleton Wednesday after a
week spent on the river.
SIMMWi HEAT DAXfiEKOrS TO
I.1TTIK ONEB IF BOWEI;S
AKE NKUMttTEI).
A mother cannot do better for her
child than to train it from early In
fancy to regular habits, not only in
preventive against much of the Ill
ness to which children are more of
Jess subject, but also to Insure their
health In later life.
Normal activity of the bowels is
the basis of sound health. This Is
especially true with children In hot
weather. Do not neglect any tend
ency they may show to constipation,
tut promptly administer a gentle
laxative, that will carry off the con
gested waste without shocking the
system.
An excellent remedy for this pur
pose Is the combination of simple
laxative herbs with pepsin known as
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin and nold
In drug stores for only fifty cent a
bottie. it does not contain opiates,
narcotics, or harmful hablt-formlng
drugs of any description, acts easily
and naturally without griping or oth-
r5l CV'S)
er discomfort nrM la itn.Ki. t 1..
. ... v.-iiiQ in J
effect
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin has
been the standard remedy In count
less homea for a quarter of a century
end thousands of mothers testify to
IU, virtues, if you have never used
it. get a botttA from Vnni, 4.tlu.
T'rlt for a fre trial bottle to Dr..
W. B. Caldwell, 463 Washington St,.
Montlcello, 111.
Prevents roughness during
the summer
HYAL'S
FAGE CREAM
A superior vanishing Bkin
tone soon absorbed.
LEAVES NO SHINE
Price 50 cents
Koeppen's
The Drug Store That
Serves You Best
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Openf:
) Hong Kong Cafe (
N NOODLE PA lil.OI w
I Noodles I
AND I-
I Chop Sueyl
E Outside TrT flnlm '
S Boxes for ladles and gentlemen
OPKN DAT AND ALL NIGHTS'
MEALH 2 00 AND IJP. E:
Kpeclal Chicken LiTniTer 5
8undays. H
1 548 Main Street 1
Next to B. O. Bldg. J hnne 04
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