East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, September 23, 1915, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6

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    VACV. SIX
DAILY EAST OREGONIAX, PF.XPLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1915.
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prepared by him for over 30 years.
YOU'LL give YOUR baby the BEST
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Your Physician Knows Fletcher's Castoria.
Sold only in one size bottle, never in bulk
or otherwise; to protect the
babies.
The Centaur Company,
Man named at The Dalles.
THK DALLES, Ore., Sept If.
Perhaps fatal burns were sustained
by a. A. Wilson, Janitor of the Ma
sonic temple building, In a fire
which damaged the structure to the
xtent of between ten and fifteen
thousand dollars. Austin Fox, the
elevator boy, was badly burned in
dragging Wilson from the basement
of the building where the fire start
ed from the furnace. Most of the
damage wag due to water. The build-!
big boused many concerns.. j
Moclips to Be Rebuilt.
HOQUIAM, Wash., Sept. 28. First
steps toward the rebuilding of Mo
clips, the north beach resort, the bus
iness and residence section of which
were practically wiped out a few
weeks ago by two fires, will be start
ed at once, a contract having been let
for the erection of a 115,000 hotel
fcnd store building.
The new building will be for J. M.
McCammon, and will be of frame,
two stories In height It is said oth
er losers will rebuild at once.
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GREAT fflOHm
CAHPAIGN TO START
THROUGHOUT NATION
1MRHT015.S AM) LAYMKX Or
VAitHH'S CHIIU1IKS TO
IiAVMCII MOVEMENT.
CamjtaUm Will Include Conventions to
be Hold In 75 Cities or 37 Stales and
the District of Columbia Htg Con
'givss Will be Hold April 36.30
Next Year.
WASHINGTON'. Sept. :3.-A na
tion wide missionary campaign to
star! next October is being planned
by the directors and laymen of the
misisonnry movement in the various
churches of the United States. The
campaign will include conventions to
be held in "5 cities of 37 states and
the District of Columbia, and will
end with a national missionary con
gress here April 26 to 30, 1316.
The number of registered dele
gates a expected to exceed 150.000
and 40.000 churches are to be in
vited to send representatives. In
most of the large cities convention
committees have been organized and
plans for a campaign of education
which will last two months are being
made by the laymen. ,
The local convention- is scheduled
to come about the middle of the cam
paign. It is proposed to make no fi
nancial appeals during the campaign,
but the directors expect that contri
butions to missions and church work
will be greatly Increased as a result
of the activities.
In New England the following cit
ies will hold conventions: Boston,
Worcester. Mass.; Portland, Me.:
Manchester, N. H.; and Waterbury,
Conn. Arrangements to participate
in the campaign are also being made
by Seattle. San Francisco, Buffalo,
Denver. Tacoma and Chicago and
others.
Sports
WRIGHT AND CARPENTER IN
GOOD SHAPE FOR BOUT HERE
Speaking: of makinar sud-
den changes did you ever
want to heat up a room
in a hurry? Perhaps you overslept. Per
chance the alarm did not ring. You are in a
terrible hurry
Then is the time when you will appreciate a
Cole's Original
Air-Tight
Wood Stove
From zero to seventy degrees Fah
renheit is a big jump but it is an easy
stunt for this remarkable heater.
Five minutes in time is all that is
needed.
Think of what that means to you on
a cold morning of the time
you save. No building of a
new fire. You put in a fresh
stick and away she goes.
That isn't all. You get a
steady, controllable heat hour
after hour.
Think what this means
to your family in illness
prevented and doctor's
bills avoided.
Think of what it means
in comfort quickly and
t I cheaply furnished.
Then come in while
it is still in your mind.
I J? An inspection will de
cide the matter.
It is just the stove you need. Burns wood and
lighter fuel.
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OltMEU IS CLEVER BOXER AND
GO PROMISES TO BE A
LIVELY ONE.
Billy Wright arrives vnsterrlav unA
he Is as fit as a fiddle for his 20
round boxing bout with Jack Carnen-
ter at the Oregon theater Friday
night. September 2. Wriirht la ai.
companied by his manager. Tmrlc
Furcell. Mr. Purcell was middle
weight champion of the world at one
time.
Carpenter is In good nhnn on ,
Is grinding away at Weston, and he
says ne will make this fellow Wright
Jump out of the ring when they
come together.
STANDING OF THE TEAMS.
National League.
W. L. Pet
Philadelphia 81 69 .678
Boston 76 65 .639
Brooklyn n 6i .636
Pittsburg 70 77 .476
Cincinnati 67 74 ,475
bt. Louis 69 77 ,473
Chicago 65 74 .476
New York 65 77 .458
American League.
boston 95 45 ,g78
Detroit 93 61 .646
Chicago 82 60 .677
Washington 78 61 .661
New rork 63 78 .447
St. Louis 61 82 .427
Cleveland 54 89 .378
Philadelphia 40 100 .286
Federal League.
Pittsburg 80 61 .667
Chicago 78 63 .623
St Louis 79 65 .649
Newark 73 66 .625
Kansas City 74 68 .621
Buffalo . 71 78 .493
Brooklyn 69 77 .473
Baltimore 45 96 .319
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE.
At San Francisco
San Francisco 4 6 i
Portland 18 2
At Los Angeles
Salt Lake 4 8 9
Vernon 1 6 3
At San Francisco
Los Angeles 10 10 I
Oakland 3 9 8
Taylor Elordvaro Go.
AfiKNTS AM niHTRiniTORS,
III MAIN ST. PENDLETON, ORE.
FEDERAL LEAGUE.
At St. Louis
St. Louis 4 9 8
Baltimore 2 3 4
Second game:
St. Louis 8 12 1
Baltimore 0 8 8
At Chicago
Newark 4 15 2
Chicago 4 15 4
Called at end of 15 Innings because
of darkness.
At Pittsburg-
Buffalo 7 14 1
Pittsburg 0 5 0
At Kansas City
Kansas City 8 11 4
Brooklyn 3 0 4
Second game;
Kansas City I 8 8
Brooklyn 2 6 1
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
At Boston
Boston 3
Cleveland 1
Second game:
Boston 1
Cleveland ,, 1
At Philadelphia
Detroit 18
Philadelphia I
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Prince Albert
just does this
little old thing:
Lets you smoke a jimmy pipe
all you want to; lets you smoke
all you want of roll 'em cigarettes!
And that holds good every hour
of the twenty-four, Sundays in
cluded! Talk about home to
bacco, or ofiico tobacco, Or srreer
tobacco, or traveling tobacco!
Well, you just uncork some
P. A. smoke in your mouth!
You'll feel like putting out a
Special Extra to spread the news!
Patented process Aces that
and1 cuts out bite and parch 1
When we tell you,andmen every
where say, that here's tobacco
that reaches every desire in your
pipe ormakin's department, you
head for
AlHT
Dotcn ttt lan yon 'UftnJ Iht
tt on that ttlU Princ Albert.
Toppy red bag; Set tidy
tod tint, 10c; handiomt
pound and half-pound Aami--don
and that clotty
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tha tpongt moUtentr top
that'll jutt tickl yoait't to
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tobacco so chttrful-Uk.
the national joy tmoke
You can smoke a pipe and you will smoke a pipe just as
soon as you get windward of some P. A. ! For it's real
man tobacco that just-jams-joy into jimmy pipes, and
puts the merry sunshine into makin's cigarettes!
Now, let everybody sit-in on this tobacco talk and discuss
it, pro and con, then get a supply and all hands smoke
up! For P. A.'s built to test-out true-like-steel and the
meaner you are to it when you want to know how good it
is, the more you'll think of it when you get that informa
tion personally!
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, Winston-Salem, N. C
At New York
St. Louis 4 10 2
New Tork 2 6 1
Second game:
,St Louis ..3 6 2
New York 1 6 3
At Washington
Washington 2 9 1
Chicago 0 4 1
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
At Pittsburg
Brooklyn 4 9 1
Pittsburg 2 8 1
Second game:
Pittsburg 2 2 0
Brooklyn . 1 13 2
At Chicago
New York 3 7 2
Chicago : 1 '6
Union Warehouse Burned.
LOS ANGELES, Sept. 22. Fire de
stroyed the Union Warehouse com
pany building. The loss Is estimat
ed at a million dollars. The contents
consisted largely of groceries and
provisions. The building was a mass
of flames before the fire was dis
covered. For a time the Industrial
district was threatened.
Dances at Mooee Hall.
Dance every night this week at
Moose Hall, opposite from Happy
Canyon. Admission 10c ,1c a dance.
Let 'er Buck. Adv.
Want President to Act.
NEUFCHATEL, Switzerland, Sept
23. Declaring that Armenian refu
gees who have arrived In Switzerland
estimate that 100,000 of their race
already have been killed, delegates
of th Swiss Protestant church, In
session here, have announced their
Intention of sending a cablegram to
President Wilson asking him to In
tervene In the protection of the Ar
menians from the Turks.
New Charges Agaiast Ministers.
WINNIPEG, Man., Sept, 23. The
crown has notified the defense that
new charges are to be preferred
against Sir Redmond Roblln and
three other cabinet ministers In con
nection with an alleged conspiracy to
defraud the province In erecting the
parliament buildings, according to re
ports here. The charges, It la said,
will be supplemental to the general
charges now being heard In the pre
liminary trial.
' mlnent physicians and Burgeons from
middle western states are here today
attending the two days annual session
of the Medical Society of the Missouri
Valley. Among the prominent speak
ers are Dr. J. B. Murphy a noted op
erator of Chicago; Dr. J. A. Wlther
spoon of Nashville, Tenn., Dr. Geo. W.
("rile of Cleveland and Dr. Howard
Van Rennselear of Albany, N. Y.
Medical Men Moot.
DES MOINES, la., Sept 18. Pro-
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IN EVERY
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Black Silk Stovo Polish
Di.it it tan oiuvu i uii.ui m j
Is different. It rincs n t
dry out; cart he uavd to tlie fl ,.J V
last drip; liquid a 'id panto ,4 1
ona qua it;'; aaoVitcly no J V
7mm
Ships to Take Flbh East.
ASTORIA, Ore., Sept 23. During
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be
the coming month approximately
600 tons of canned salmon will
shipped by steamer from this city
to the Atlantic cast
The American-Hawaiian ateaner
Dakotan, which will be due here on
October 3, will load about 1000 tons
and the Grace line, steamer Santa
Cecilia, due October io, will take
1600 tons. These shipment will In
clude Alaska and Columbia river
fish.
ut your money 'a worth. tit
Stove Polish
ti not rmf mmt ewwwmtefti1, brt (t bHHI
mt, ulky lustre that cannot bo tVmiicd with mnr
o'her polish. tttiHc Bilk Stova polish not
rii b off - it laats (our tl me mm long im ordinary
poiiab-io it aaves jroa time, work uui money.
Don't forffft when vaa
Want itnve polish, be sure to
Ms tor lilack Silk. Kit isn't
ilialjostutovenoNithTou ever
o wd-yourdeakr will refund
yuur money.
Clack Silc Stare Poluh
Works, Sterling, UlinoU.
TJw Wirk Silk Air Drying
Iron Cnpmelcn gratos, ritf
iHtrn. a'(ive-n:Dca. and nuto-
mobiio tire rf.ni. freveota
riming. Try it,
U Elarfc SilkMetat Pol
ish fori-iivcrwara.nickel.tin'
wara or brnaa. It works
qMcKiy, eaai y and leaves a
brilliant aurforo. It tins no
equal for use on automobiles.
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pound, the standard family remedy
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cough, tightness and soreness In
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prices.
J. L. VAUGHAN
Upper Snake River
Idaho Lands
We have been selling Idaho lands to Pendleton and
Walla Walla people for three years. Many yields were
over 50 bushels per acre this year.
We have some good wheat farms in large or small
tracts. Also stock ranches, and some small irrigated
tracts close to town. Have three good wheat ranches to
rent for a term of years. If our lands can not be bought
for less than half price of lands here on an average, and
if they do not produce more under thorough cultivation
per acre, we will pay your expenses to see the lands.
Will be at St. George Hotel, Pendleton, all this week.
C. C MOORE,
H. a FULLER.