East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, August 24, 1915, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8

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DAILY EAST OREGON'fAN. PENDLETON. OREGON. TUESDAY. AUGUST 2 i. 191
EIGHT PAGES
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I OUR JITNEY I
I WATCH CLUB I
is rambling right along
REALIZING that this is an
exceptional opportunity
to secure a good watch
on easy terms, combined with
the confidence the public has
acquired in our advertising
and our wares, our JITNEY
WATCH CLUB is growing and
surpassing even our fondest
dreams.
People are coming from far
and near to get their names on
our club list.
Remember you only pay 10
cents down and then 10 cents
additional each week until
your watch is paid for and you
pet to carry the watch after
the first payment.
Better hurry and join the
Jitney Club.
Royal M. Sawtelle
Established 1887
The
HALLMARK
Store
Newsy Notes ol Pendleton
'Hairy Canyon" Mivting. t
A meeting of the general "Happy j
Canyon'' committee of the Comrur-j
rial association haa been en Hod for
S:1S this afternoon for the purpose
of making further arrangements for
the 191 S show.
coring the forests has proved very ef.
fective. Supervisor W. W. Cryder
has been personally supervising tin
forestry work during the month, hav
ing been atisent from his office on a
trip over the forest since August 5.
linprovliifr Warehouse.
Henry W. Collins, who has tvntedj
the O.-W. R. & N. warehouse lu the:
1 1 , . I, A4 - namlt'
to extend the roof over a driveway
The cost of the extension will be ap
proximately JaOO.
IUtsttal Contractor Here.
Allen J. Olson of Missoula, Mont.,
head of the firm of Olson & John
son, arrived this morning to inspect
the work on the wing of the Eastern
Orepron State Hospital for which his
company has the contract.
KivuvrrliiK From lllnot.
Kev. K. It. Clevenger of the Bap
tist church, who was prostrated by
heat Sunday, Is reported today to be
almost recovered.
Died at Ills Home.
Through an error in headline writ
ing it was stated yesterday Harry C.
Hays had died at the hospital. His
death occurred at his home In this
city.
IKy Gore Ky Ptu-,-,1 Pot.
FARGO. N. p., Aug. 24. Postal au
thorities today expressed appreciation
that postal limitations torhld adults
being sent by parcels post. Freddie,
two-year-old son of Mr and Mrs
Fred Colby, has Just completed a
Journey by parcels post from Valley
City, N". I)., to Fargo. The "ship
ment." was treated as .ordinary
"breakable and perishable" mall.
Runaway cow Vnrnislis Fun.
CHICAGO. Aug. 24. A runaway
cow entertained the pedestrians In the
loop, dodging traffic policemen and
passing automobiles. A blockade of
auto trucks brought the cow to a stop
at Adams and Dearborn streets, and
while a woman held it In captivity by
twisting its tall, the owner haltered
It.
Will Build Xew Bnniralow. I
George Feebler has taken out a per
mit to bulid a new bungalow on Mat
lock street. The house will be 26 by
40 feet In dimensions, will have a
concrete foundation and half base
ment and will cost approximately
$1500.
Harvey Withers 111.
Harvey Withers, local auto me
chanic, returned lust night from his
vacation at the sptiugs and is suffer
ing from an Illness which the doctors
tear may develop into typhoid.
Mall May Bo Insured.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 24 Change
in postal regulations effective Sept
ember 1 was made, by which parcels
Post mall may be insured up to $100.
Heretofore the limit ha been J50.
The fee will be 25 cents in addition
to postage.
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J A Word of Advice j
to the Thinking M&n I
jE You can get more value for a dollar in Men's Clothes, E
rhirts, hat, gloves, shoes, in fact anything you need to E
wear at the Golden Rule Store than elsewhere. COMK S
IN AND MAKE US PROVE IT.
No Fires in Vnutt'Ha Forest.
The Umatilla national forest Is en-
1 Joying almost absolute freedom from
fires this season, Recording to the lo
cal officials, not a single fire of any
i consequence having oocurej wumn
its boundaries. The system of look
: out towers, fire finders and tele-
Si Ej Phones combined with the campaign
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1 Always Pleasing to the Taste 1
Wester!
1918 Fords Arrive.
The latest fashions in Ford auto
mobiles have reached Fendleton.
This morning a carload of 1916 mod
els, runabouts, touring cars, taxi
cabs and "limousines.'" arrived for
Trombley & Simpson, local asents.
Boosting for Ilosklus.
W, C. Howard, formerly of Milton,
but now principal of schools ut Stan
field, was a visitor in Pendleton yes.
terday. Mr. Howard is boosting for
tho appointment of J. C. Hoskins to
the vacant comtnissionership in this
countv.
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ATLANTA MAYOR CRITICIS-
KB OVKR LYNCHING.
Duncan Postniastershlp.
A bulletin has been issued by the
postoffice department announcing
that an investigation will be made by
an inspector with the view to ap
pointing a postmaster at Duncan.
Ore., there being a vacancy there due
to a resignation.
CITY BREWERY'S OWN BOTTLING
U!1E SPAMS REFRESHING
(12X21
Unexcelled as a beverage because of its purity
and standard quality. Brewed from the most
carefully selected hops and the finest malt. Sold
by the dozen, case or barrel, in either pints or
quarts, and delivered to any part of the city.
Phone us your orders
Goodwin Tlwa'rlcnl Manager.
Orton E. Goodwin, former newspa
per man of this city, has been ap
pointed munager of the National the
ater In Portland, succeeding M. M.
Rause. This ia his first experience in
the theatrical business, his former
work being in newspaper and public
ity fields.
Official Sealer Is Back.
J. Alton Yeager, sealer of weights
and measures for eastern Oregon, is
back In Pendleton after investigating
conditions In Baker and Union coun
ties and he will probably remain here
for a short time. His wife has Just
returned from a summer visit in
Iowa.
New Fall Suits, you can pay
more but you can't get
more, $6.90, $9.90,
$12.50, $14.75.
Blue Serge Suits, the new
Fall eat, every one a full
worsted and priced at
$9.90, $12.50, $14.75
$16.50.
Men's Hats, we buy hats for
83 busy stores and sell
them at 98, $1.49,
$1.98, $2.49.
Men's Dress Shirts, the new
Fall patterns are here at
49, 69S 9S, $1.19
Men's all leather work
gloves, long or short
wrist 49, 69S 05,
98.
Men's odd pants, save a
dollar on every pair, at
OSf , $1.49, $1.98.
YOU CAN I.)
cn It
Frank Ilayes Sister Dead.
Frank Hayes, local water superin
tendent, today received word of the
death of his sister, Mrs. John Turley
at the Good Samaritan hospital in
Portland. Mr. Hayes la leaving to
night for Portland and will attend the
funeral, which will be held at Eu-
Mayor James G. Edward of At
lanta has come In for a great deal ot
adverse criticism for his approval of
the lynching ot Leo Frank, The fol
lowing statement was given out by
Mayor Woodward before the Califor
nia State Assessors' Association:
"People throughout the United
States have obtained their ideas of
the Frank case from a poisoned and
subsidized press. There is not a
member of the Jury that tried Leo
M. Frank who would change his de
cision if put to the test again.
I "Georgia's people cannot be classed
Men's pure worsted pants,
$2.98, $3.98.
Boys' long pants suits 12 to
18 year sizes, just the
thing for the boy with his
first pair of long pants at
$5.90, $0.90, $8.90,
$9.90.
Boys' knickerbocker suits,
Norfolk coats, in very
chic patterns at $1.98,
$2.98, $3.98, $4.98.
Boys' felt hats at about half
their real value at 49,
98, $1.49.
Boys' dress shirts with mil
itary collars 49S 89,
9S.
Boys' blouse and waists for
less 25 49
Boys' light weight union
suits 25. 45
Boys' knicker pants at 49,
ui us?, $1.23.
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BETTER AT iaSS'
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with tramps, hoodlums, bandits and
lawbreakers. Hut every avenue of
the law had be.n exhausted and the
Judgments of the courts set aside by
one man. and the people felt that It
was up to them to take the law !nto
their hands.
"We people of Georgia deplore this
deed, but when It comes to a wom
an's honor there is no limit We will
not go to avenge and protect.
"I am positive that 75 per cent of
the people of Georgia are convinced
that the man lynched murdered
Mary Phagan.
"1 have known Jack Slaton thirty
years. I have been friends with him
and while I hate to say It. I would
not advise him to return to Georgia
for a year. If ever. The bulk of the
people may believe he did what he
thought was right, but I am afraid
there arc some who will resent hla
acts throughout all the years to
come."
W. H. HILL
OPTICIAN
With
WM. C HANSCOM.
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j HOODIES, CHOP SlIEY, CHINA DISHES
I ftOFY'S KWONG HONG LOW I
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gene. Mrs. Turley was
Baker.
a resident of,
Thermometer Climbs Again.
One degree hotter today than yes
terday. So says the official ther
mometer and the sweating populace
will not gainsay it. The mercury this
afternoon climbed until it kissed the
102 mark. The weather forecaster
promises cooler weather tonight and
tomorrow and local prophets declare
they scent an electrical storm acorn,
lng.
Today COSY THEATRE Tomorrow
FATTY ARBUCKLE
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g 402 E&st Court Street;
Phone 528 1
a i P.onnd-Ui( HorwH In line Shape.
Word has been brought In that th f
5 Round-up buckins; stock, which has,
H been kept on the MeComas ranch on :
H McKay creek for the past six months, j
j Is in fine condition, every horse look-'
ing sleek. Livestock Director S. R.
3 ; Thomson will go after the animals
soon and bring them into the Round- i
up corrals to give the finish to their;
condition. "Angel" and "Rambling.
Sam," the two outlaws that were lost
for two years, are now at the corrals
and are in perfect trim. The herd of
Mexican steers are up in the "Horse
Heaven" country of Washington and
will also be returned soon. The try
outs of bucking stock will commence
about two weeks before the show.
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TODAY and TOMORROW
Knickerbocker Star Features Present ALICE
BRADY, Daughter of Wm. Brady, The
Theatricel Magnate in The Vampire Picture
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The story of the picture is of a girl who, reared from babyhood in undesirable
surroundings, with a mother of Vampirish nature, taught to drink wine at the age
of seven. What could be expected of a child reared like this. At the age of 19 the
pirl is a celebrated dancer. Midnight suppers, wine and song take up most of her
time. "The Cup of Chance" is the name of the picture. But did this girl have a
chance? '.
COMING THURSDAY-FRIDAY
Theda Bara, the most wickedly beautiful woman in the world in
"THE DEVIL'S DAUGHTER"
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ratty s lintype 1 angle
The Best Keystone Yet, Thirty Minutes of Fun
Walter Edward in
"THE SHADOWGRAPH MESSAGE"
A 2 reel Broncho. Something new in pictures.
Mutual Masterpictures every Sunday and Monday
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llux-dim Preferred Gun to Finn,
Tony Cooper, an O.-W. R. & N. sec
tion foreman ,1s a Russian and he
doesn't know much about the Amer
ican and English art of self-defense j
Therefore, after he had suffered once
the Indignities of a clenched fist full
in the face and hearl that his assail-1
ant was figuring on "prizefighting"
him again, he secured for himself a
revolver and carried It In hla pocket.
When the other, whose name Is Huff.j
heard of this he had the Russian ar
rested for carrying a concealed w?a-
poh. A trial was lield this morning
before Justice of the PeaC JParkes.j
Cooper admitted he carried the gun.
and admitted it was loaded. He car-j
ried it for self-protection only, he,
said, and was accordingly let off with
the minimum fine, (10.
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I'UUd in Piece Not a Weapon.
A revolver is not a concealed wea
pon when It is In pieces was the
theory of Buck Coffee, of Freewater,
Ore., and George Sherman, of North
Yakima, who were arrested yesterday
by the Halem police. The boys car
ried a small calibre revolver which
they took to pieces upon nearlng a
town and each carried half of the
parts. They did this, they said, so
they could not he "pinched" for car
rying a concealed weapon. The Sa
lem officers arrested them as suspects
however, and will hold them while
they communicate with the Washing
ton reform school to find out If they
are escapes. Both boys are 17 years
old and Young Coffee says his father
is A. U Coffee and resides at Free
water, and Sherman said his father's
name was E. C. Sherman and resided
at North Yakima. Salem Capital
Journal.
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"Quality"
0 Today and Tomorrow
THE STATELY QUEEN OF EMOTION
IN HER SUPREME DRAMATIC TRIUMUH, A NEW VERSION OF
EES
AN INTENSE, POWERFUL AND REALISTIC PHOTOPLAY, IN WHICH TilL'
REGENERATION OF A WOMAN, MORE SINNED AGAINST THAN SIN"
NING, IS BEAUTIFULLY DEPICTED.
1 Thursday Only Marie Doro m Thursday Only
THE MORALS OF MARCUS
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