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DAILY EAST ORnr.ON'IAN. PENDLETON', OREGON, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1015.
PA (IE FIVE
THE ILL-FATED F4 ON ITS LAST CRUISE
Hide and Seek With a Jitney
Like the proverbal flee the Jitneys do get
away from you.
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"Now That The Crops is"
about in, it's time to begin getting fixed to start the
youngsters to school. A boy in school 'aint goin to do no
good unless he gets plenty of good wholesome food to
tat and that jes' where "Pemeco" comes in. "Pemeco"
is the clean, wholesome, grown in Umatilla county, pre
pared in Pendleton meats, and they ain't no better.
When you get settled for the winter insist on "Pemeco"
Meats and take no other.
They's a nice line of vegetables and Knights Made in
Oregon Pickles at
The Central Market
Q Advertising in Brief
Tr lint tint Inwrtluo 10c
!r Hn, nljllluntl luurtloo . . . . he
l'tr tint, twr noDih 11.00
No lurali taken fur Inw tbio 2?c,
Counl unlluary nordi to Una.
!xdH will nut be Ukro ofrr th
phoa and rrmltlanrc muat arcom
pa 117 order,
For fuel fori flT,
Want to rent or buy uaed electri
lhraior. Adilreu Vox 705. City.
Experienced younr couple want
position on ranch. Phone HKBJ.
For eale State Hotel, 60x100 feet
Price, IIS, 000. H. Q. Starkweather,
For (ale Good work team; also
harness and wagon, cheap. Inquire
60S Walnut street
For mile Five acre tract with good
houne In Riverside. Address Box 15
II. F. D. 1, City.
Six room house, with garage, for
sale. Located at 115 Long street
John Rosenberg, Court street
watchmaker and Jeweler. All work
For sale 80 head stock hogs.
Weight 70 to 130 pounds. Inquire
Very many people desire to buy
lands In eastern Oregon. What have
you to offer, and price T N. Berkeley.
Old papers for sale; tlej In bundle
Good for starting fires, etc. 10s ,
bundla. This office.
Furnished rooms for light house
keeping and lodging at Brown hall.
For saleOne ' Ohio Alfalfa
cutter, and J8 II. P. iu engine. Write
or Inquire of P. H. Buchholx Co.,
Middle aged man and wife want
work on ranch. Experienced, Sheep
ranch preferred. No children. Ad
dress "F" this office. j
For sale cheap Five room house
on Jackson street, corner lot Easy
terms. Phone I, or call Room 2 over
Taylor Hardware Co.
Eel rayed to my place one bay
maro sucking colt, halter on, at W.
M. Ely place on McKay. Owner may
have same by Identifying and pny.g
"Mutt" takes the big loads and
"Jeff" shows the speed. Penland
Pros, haul anything and reasonable.
Furniture van and storage warehouse.
Orrice 647 Main street. Phone 13.
Don't overlook the fact that Lester
A Slmnnfolt, the Model Cleaners, have
added a high grade merchant tailor
ing department, employing only first
class tailors Got a new fall suit
Fit, style and fabric guaranteed. Re
member the plnce. Model Tailors
and Cleaners, 114 E. Webb street
My home place on McKay creek of
820 acres, 160 In summer fallow, 100
In stubble and to In alfalfa. Will sell
stock and equipment with place, If
desired. Write or see Charles Man
ning, Pilot Rock, Ore. Adv.
On account of leaving the city, I
wish to sell my modern home, til
Jane, street. Reasonable terms. In
quire at E. O. Office.
Adv.) SCOTT BUTLER.
House for Sale.
Two acre tract, 7-room modern
house. Large barn and chicken
house. Matlock and W. Bluff. Terms
Thone 808J. Adv.
Good Coal and Wood.
Our Rock Sprint coal burns clean
ailvlng you more heat and less dirt
for your money. Good dry wood
that doesn't boll, but birna. Also
labs and kindling. Protect yourself
from cold and cost order from B
I Burroughs, phone I. Adv.
For Safe Cheap.
On Buffalo Pitts 15 H. P. traotlon
engine In good condition. Inquire
Tan Petten Lumber Co. Adv.
(Continued From Page Two).
At the home of the bride, 214 Lo
gan street at 11 o'clock this morning.
Miss Ada M. Muthews became the
bride of Frank M. Downey, Rev.
Father Jojioph C. De Hop of the
Catholic church, officiating. The wed
ding was a very quiet one owing to
the recent death of the bridegroom's
mother, only Immediate relatives be
!ng present Both of the young peo
pie enjoy a large circle of friends In
Pendleton, many of whom will be
happily surprised by the news of
their marriage. The bride la a
daughter of T. D. Mathews, promt
nent retired stockman, and her hus
band la a son of a pioneer family and
la prominent among the younger
business element of Pendleton. For
the past year he has been owner and
manager of the Cosy theater. The
bridal couple left on the noon train
for Portland and will go on to Sao
Francisco before returning.
Mr. and Mrs. Qus Peret of Ton
calla, are In the city on a short visit
COSY THEATER WILL
CHANGE NAME: PLACE
WILL BE ENLARGED
F.XTIIIK IOWER, FLOOlt OF TEM
PLE IH ILDIXG TO BE V8ED
Exit the Cosy theater, enter the
Announcement was made today ol
the consummation of a contract be
tween Dr. I. I!. Temple on the one
side and Frank M. Downey and W.
A. Rhodes on the other whereby the
entire lower floor of the Temple
building on Main street is to be re
modeled Into a commodious and at
tractive theater which will be known
as the Temple Theater.
At present the Cosy Theater occu
pies half of the space and the Royn
ton grocery the other half. W. L
Hoynton will move his grocery to 'the
Falling building on North Main street
to permit of the new arrangement.
The new theater will be" fifty feet
by ninety In dimensions and will have
a seating capacity of 650. The pres
ent partitions will be torn out, an ar
cade will be built under tho stairway,
a large stage with roomy dressing
apartments on either side will be con.
slructed, a balcony built along the
north wall and private boxes Install
ed. The walls will be frescoed and the
whole Interior made as attractive as
Work Upon the remodeling will be
commenced at once and an effort
will be made to have the new the
ater ready by the time the Round-up
arrives Entrance to the new theater
will be Just where the entrance to the
present Cosy theater Is and on the
north side of the front an exit will be
built. The playhouse will not only
show the best motion pictures ob
tainable but will be fitted to show
good vaudeville and to receive good
The proprietors of the Temple
Theater are well known In the local
business world. Mr. Downey has been
proprietor and manager of tho Cosy
theater for the past year and Mr.
Rhodes has been proprietor of the
St. George Cafe for several years. Me
will still continue the cafe. Mr
Downey, who was married today, left
for Portland tin No. 17 and while
there will purchase the latest opera
chairs for the now playhouse.
Escaped Men Still at targe.
The- four escaped prisoners from
the county Jail are still at large at
lost reports and Sheriff T. D. Taylor
uid Deputy J, H. Bate art atlll ab
sent upon the hunt.
" - .
Henry Rath Is In today from his
A. L. Demaris of Milton la a Pen
John N. Elder of Heppner was in
the city overnight.
Dixie P. Oliver of Buhl, Idaho, Is
a guest of the Bowman.
W. E. Brown l in town today from
his home on McKay creek.
Ralph Holte, .Stanfield banker, is
spending the day In Pendleton.
C. (!. ltrownell of I'matilla has
been here today upon a business trip.
Arthur Means came up from Uma
tilla again this morning on businesi
C. 1). risbrlelson, well known In
surance agent of f-"alem. Is here to
M. I. Watts, Athena lawyer, was
down from that place In his auto this
Thomas Campbell, prominent Her
rniston merchant, paid Pendleton a
J. T. Haun of Freewater, member
of the grand Jury, Is at the St.
Oeotge while here.
Charles Hosklns, well known young
sheepman of Echo, came up last eve
ning from his home.
J. W. Campbell and George Cressy,
both prominent Hermlstonians, were
In the city yesterday.
C. E. Cochran, well known attorney
who formerly lived In La Grande, is
up from Portland today.
B. E. Kennedy of Portland, who
has been at Hot Lake, came over
yesterday from that place.
County Commissioner H. M. Cock
burn of Milton is here today for the
regular session of the court.
Asa B. Thomson returned last eve
ning to Echo, returning from a hunt
In the south end of the county.
B. B. Richards, grain buyer and
Justice of the peace at Athena, has
been a Pendleton visitor today.
E. L. Hoppel and S. B. Calderhead,
traveling agents for the Northerr
Pacific, are at the Hotel Pendleton
Ralph A. Holte and S. Norton Bo
bo, prolnent Stanfield residents, are
looking after business matters here
Bailey Ross, prominent Meachnm
merchant, Is down from the moun
tain station today. Ho reports the
fire on the Hughes place extinguish
ed. George Cressy of Hermlston. who
has been frequently mentioned as a
possible successor to the lata Com
missioner H. A. Waterman, was In
Jimmy Bannon, welt known local
traveling man, has returned from a
month's outing at Rockaway Beach
His family will remain In Portland
for two weeks before returning.
Rex Gray, a graduate of the Pen
dleton high sohool, Is visiting his
brother, Garlan Gray, for a few days
'jefore leaving for Seattle to enter the
University of Washington.
(Continued from page 1.1
Clackamas and Clear Lake. So far no
homes are menaced.
It was reported last night that the
other fires In the Mount Hood dis
trict along tho Cascade mountain
range were under control.
In Union and Wallowa counties In
northeastern Oregon, the fires which
have been burning rapidly, the last
three days, became so serious this Af
ternoon that homesteaders began
fleeing to safer communities. Sever
al sheep camps have been rated U Is
t,,t M at '4t
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eorrgtf -Ofm nreumt'
Xo Report from Grand Jury.
Tho grand Jury, which convened
yesterday, has made no report today
and there will probably be none un
til tomorrow. A large number of
witnesses on different cases are be
, Randc Continue for Roumlriip, '
The Athena band will combine with
the Pendleton band this year to make
one big musical organization for tho
Rour.d-up festivities. Recently at a
number of rehearsals. Athena band-
men have been down to practice and
last night a dozen of the local band-
men went to Athena to practice
there After the practice they were
fnUrtained by the Athena bandmen.
MK'urmmach Returns Home.
In the same Franklin car with
which he-made his famous 1000 mile
run to San Francisco on low gear, J.
W. McCormmach returned home yes
terday evening. He drove home over
land using all gears this time. On
bis run to California the high and In
termediate gears were shipped by ex
press. They did not reach the ex
position city until after McCormmach
did. On his return home Mr. Mc
Cormmach was accompanied by Bob
RiKgs of Dayton, Wash., who accom
panied him on the southward trip.
May Enter P. II. S. Again, '
The hopes of the Pendleton high
school students for a championship
football team were raised consider
ably yesterday when Fred Hosklns,
star Echo athlete, announced his In
tention of re-entering school again
this fall in the event that the sheep
business In which he Is Interested with
his father, permits. Young Hosklns
was a star member of the 1913 team
which won the eastern Oregon cham
rlonsh'p. His brother, Charles Hos
klns, intends leaving within a day or
two to enter the University of Oregon
or Oregon Agricultural College and
will probably turn out for football.
His friends predict that he will de
velop Into a northwest star if ho
COUNTY COURT MEETS IN
REGULAR SESSION TODAY
With a vacancy on the board due
to the accidental death of Commissi
oner Waterman last month the
county coNt Is In regnnr session to
day. It is the first session of the
court since the accident occurred and
accordingly the first time Judge
Marsh and Mr. Cockburn have held
commlssoflpi-'s court b themselves.
Inasmuch Hi two members constitute
a majority of the board the session
Is H-guttir. This forenoon was taken
up with discussion of a road petition
from the Cottonwood district in the
east end of the county. A number of
east end people were present and
heated aruumcnts ensued at times
The petition was finally withdrawn
for alteration. The appointment of
a commissioner to fill the vacancy on
the board was not taken up today and
It Is snld no appointment will be made
81 VESSELS ARE SUNK
IN AUGUST BY GERMANS
srnMAniXFs take heavy tou,
BRITISH niVEKS KF.XO
down two snirs.
LONDON, Sept 1. The most de-
truetlve 80-day period of submarine
warfare since the European war op-
bed was brought to a close with the
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sinking of the British steamer Sir
William Stephenson August 30.
During that time German subma
rines sank 81 vessels of varying de
scriptlon. British submarines ac
counted for two vessels, one a Turk
Ish transport and the other a Ger
man steamer, both of which were
torpedoed in the Marmora sea. In
addition to these a Russian submarine
was credited with the destruction of
a German transport In the Baltic sea
and a British aeroplane with the
sinking of a German submarine In
the North sea.
Four Sunk AftT August 2.
The list of diver victims follows:
August J British steamers CHnto-
rla, Benvorlich and Fulgens and
trawlers Tors sunk by German sub
August 3 German transport sunk
by Russian submarine. British
steamer Ranza sunk by German sub
marine August 4 Belgian steamer Kooth
sndel sunk by German submarine.
August 6 British steamers Costel
lo and Portia sunk by German sub
marine. August 6 British steamer Midland
Queen sunk by German submarine.
August 7 Danish schooner Hans
Emil British trawlers Heliotrope.
Challenger. Hersperus, Ivan, Fisher
man and Cessunk and Norwegian
steamer Venduswere sunk by Ger
Revenue Cuttor Torpedoed.
August 9 Swedish steamers Malm
land and Mai, British steamer Glen
naral, trawler Ocean Queen and Brit
ish revenue cutter Lowestof sunk by
August 10 British auxiliary cruis
er India Norwegian bark Nordman,
British trawlers Harbor Wiper. West
minster and Benardo sunk by Ger
August 11 British steamers Ro
salie and Oakwood, trawlers Illus
trious, Calm, Trovie, Welcome, Toung
Admiral, George Criddle and Utopia.
Norwegian bark Morna. Russian bark
Raltzer and French bark Francois
sunk by German submarines.
August 12 Danish schooner Jason
and British trawlers Ocean Gift. Es
perant and George Barrow sunk by
Many IH-stroyod Anjrust 13.
August 13 British steamers Jaeo
na nnd Summerfleld, trawlers Aufry,
Thrush and Humphrey. Norwegian
steamer Aura and Swedish steamer
Klruna sunk by German submarines.
(Klruna was run ashore on Baltic
August H British steamers Cairo
and Princess Caroline, trawlers Ame
thyst and White City. Swedish steam
er Sverige nnd Norwegian steamer
Albls sunk by German submarines.
August 17 British transport Royal
Edward sunk in Aegean sea by Ger
man submarine. Approximately 1000 1
Arable Goes Down.
August 19 White Star liner Arn-j
blc, British steamers Sorblno, Grod-i
no and Puhsley. Russian steamer
Thornfeld and Norwegian steamer'
Mngda sung by German submarines.
August 20 British strainers New
York City, Baron Ersklne, Rostornel,
Gladiator, Benrack Bd Samara, Nor.
wegian steamer Pverresborg and
Spanish schooner Terla Castillo sunk
by German submarines.
W. H. HILL
WM. C HANSCOM.
We grind our own lenses.
Begin today and bring your Jitneys in to
me and take a watch in exchange.
Save a Jitney here and a Jitney there and
you have a watch.
' One mother said, "Mr. Sawtelle you have
certainly taught my boy thrift, he has never
saved money until you sold him a watch on
the Jitney plan."
Jitney Watch Club Juvenile Jitney Service
25 members. 15 members.
The HALLMARK Store
August 21 Dutch trawler Tmul-
den sunk by German submarine.
August 23 Turkish collier Espa-
han and German steamer Budoi sunk
in Marmora by British submarine.
August 24 British trawlers Boy
Bert and Commander Boyle sunk by
William Stephenson Last One.
August 25 British trawlers Toung
Frank and Integrity sunk by German
August 26 British steamer Wind
sor and Swedish steamer Dlsa sunk
HELENE T. HERBOTH
Teacher of Music.
Pupil of the Conservatore
of Leipzig, Germany.
No. 709 Marie St.
E Tell your friends about the Round-up, Sept 23-24-25.'
1 Pen's Fall and Uinfor I
New Suits just arrived and you are invited to see them.
All tailor made suits, made by the American Art Custom
Tailors of Cincinnati. We have all the late patterns and
styles, and every suit as it comes to us, goes to you, at a
-SUITS $9.50, ?12.50, $14.75, $16.50 AND ? 18.50
NOW IS THE TIME FOR YOUR ROUND-UP HATS.
"WE HAVE THEM."
WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF BOYS' SUITS
Bring your boy to us and have him try on one of our
new School Suits, size 3 to IS years.
23 Sample Stores. 745 MAIN ST. i
Extra good Mules 3 and 4 years old, or will trade for
horses or mules suitable for war purposes. Must be from
5 to 10 years old.
OREGON FEED YARD
PEACHES Large & Juicy (
Water Melons right off the vine. Canteloupes, the fiaest
E ever. Just received large shipment at E
I East End Grocery J
I JOHN DYER Phone 536 1
gy German submarine. German sub
marine sunk by British aeroplane off
August 27 British steamer Paint
Grove sunk by German submarine.
August SO British steamer Wil
liam Stephenson sunk by German
111 1 1III III i
To the exact requirements of eacn
case. Lenses duplicated In a few
minutes. Prices for glasses very
American Nat Bank Bldg'.