East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, September 30, 1915, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8

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    PAGE EIGHT
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1915.
EIGHT PAGES
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Newsy Notes of Pendleton
Macaroni
in bulk
Special 3 lbs. for
To HniM OHKretc iim.lr
The Sisters of St. Francis have ta
ken out a permit to build a concrete
laundry building hack of their acad
emy, to cost about $2000. The build
ing will be feet by 44 In dimen
sions.
Iv Itbxhlhouikl Again.
Sheriff T. D. Taylor la again
mourning the loss of his bloodhound.
The animal escaped once before but
returned but this time no trace ot
It can be found. It has been gone
now several days.
25c
Ml Mooting.
A spirited meeting was held yester
day evening by the freshman class
for the encouragement of football.
Kill Searcy gave a short talk, empha
siiing the need of the freshmen turn
ing out for football. This is the first
meeting the class of 19 has had and
much enthusiasm was shown by the
boys in the interest of athletics.
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
Hrings Hack AllogoU Forger.
Sheriff T. D. Taylor arrived home
last evening from Moscow. Idaho,
and brought with him Nick Zeuleck
alias M. Sinkow. wanted here on a
cJiarge of forgery. He presented a
check with the latter name signed
to a local bank and directed that the
money be sent to Moscow. Instead
an officer was sent.
"QUALITY"
Two Phones. 28.
823 Main St.
ISM
To ittiihl ;arago.
Actual construction work upon
i Pendleton's sixth garage has been
i started and will be pushed rapidly
j The garage, w hich will be located
I
TODAY AND TOMORROW
When Helen's husband came back from the grave and she wa married to I5ur Michael
what should she have done ?
WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS THE ANSWER IN Hi
"Lady Audley's
Secret"
-With
15c
THEDA BARA
The Vampire Woman
A 6 ACT FOX PHOTOPLAY SUPREME.
5c
Coming Sunday-V. L. S. E. Big Four
Present
The
. Millionaire
PC! Baby"
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with
Grace Darmond
in Six Acts
t Hotel Pendleton.
E. Nolf. of the Alexander depart
ment store, has taken apartments at
the Hotel Pendleton.
To Mtead IVrtlaiul School,
Clem McCoy, well known rendleton
boy, left at noon today (or Portland
"here he will attend school during
the year,
l ndergocs 0K-ratlon.
Mrs. K. Young (colored I this mor
ning underwent an operation for the
removal of a tumor at St. Anthony's
hospital.
o Court This Morning:.
The post-Round-up lull has reach
ed the police court and there was not
a single offander to be brought be
fore Magistrate Fitz Herald this morning.
Recovering Prom Pneumonia.
Charles Hean. son of Mrs. Elmer
Thompson, is recovering from a se
vere attack of pneumonia with which
he has been suffering for some time
past
Off For Duck Banting.
A local party consisting of Wesley
Matlock. John Vaughan. Q. I. LaDow
and Dr. Sharp left this afternoon for
Hamilton to be in rendlness for the
opening of the duck season.
Left $8000 Estuto.
Thor C. Peterson, who died last
-unday In this city left an estate con
sisting of personal property and val
ued at tsOUO, according to the petiti
on filed by his brother, P. L Peterson,
who is the only heir of the deceased.
Some Tav This.
l'eputy Sheriff A. t. Funk, tax col
lector, yesterday received a check to
taling within a few dollars of 163,001
from the O.-W. K. & N. Co., the last
half of Its taxes in this county. Many
taxpayers are reporting at the sher
iff's office today as this is the last
lay for the payment of taxes without
a penalty.
l"u ( a-, ( nines Next.
The next case on the circuit court
docket Is the case of the State vs.
Frank Sams who is accused of an as
sault w ith intent to kill a dog belong
ing to P. C. McCausland of Weston.
The legal charge Is malicious destruc
tion of property. Sam, It Is said, will
plead self defense or rather defense
f his own dog. S. D, Peterson i. at
rney for the defendant.
t Law Over House.
The case of L. W. Furnas vs. W.
H. Skinner is on trial today before
i jury In the circuit court. The plain.
tiff is suing for the possession of a
house which he alleges the defendant
built upon land after his Interest in
the land had been foreclosed. He al
so asks for the rental of the houso
during Skinner's occupancy. Col. J.
H. Raley is appearing for the plain
tiff and Alger Fee for the defendant
wa
(Continued From Page Two).
HI.Aki: IH8UE8 I I.TIMATLM
TO AMERICAN HOSPITAL.
.
just to the rear of the Oregon Oarage,
will be used for Ford cars alone, this
' city having been made the distribut
ing point for Umatilla county. Tho ,
I building will be 60 by 75 in dimen.
sions and will be free of all poats.
. besides providing plenty of storage
room, there will be space for shop,
and accessories B. F. Trombley and
I Robert Simpson will handle the Ford
agency. The foundation has been
completed on the building and work
on the walls will start at once. I
Pilot Cockers to Viet.
A marriage license was issued to
day to Hans C. Xlelson. a Pilot Rock
farmer. II, and Mabel tlalbreath, 20,
of the same town.
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PARIS, Sept. 30.- Disgusted
the manner in which the An
Ambulance Hospital in Paris hr
run, Dr. Joseph A. Hlake, the
American surgeon has issued a
malum naming the terms on which
he will remain with the institution.
He resigned the other day, but friends
are trying to influence him to recon
sider his resignation.
Ir. Hlake demands the removal of
Dr. Doubouchet and the installation
of himself as surgeon-in-chlef. He
also wants to do away with the white
uniformed members of the American
social colony who have been acting
as officers of the day. coming and
going when they please and smoke
cigarettes in the corridors.
Dr. Blakfl has announced his inten-
Are Yei a Bolde Rule Store Customer?
If not you don't know jut how much you are Toting-, and
the sooner you get acquainted with us and our bustneM
memoes tne quicker your bank account will grow
T 1 1 I I I l . i a- a
Ladies' union suits, the
heavier kind in fleeced
49f , 98f .
Ladies' wool ribbed union
suits, Dutch neck and
short sleeves at 98f ,
$1.49, f 1.98.
Fine wool ribbed union
suits, also silk and wool
$1.98, $2.98.
Children's and misses'
fleeced union suits, all
sizes ,. 49
Children's and misses' wool
ribbed union suits 69f,
79, 98.
Children's cotton fleeced
vests and pants at 15,
19e 23c 29, 33 .
Ladies' outing night gowns
in white or colored,
daintily trimmed at -ft
69. 98. $1.49.
Ladies outing petticoats at
25. 39. 49.
Ladies' knit skirts priced at
If. 69, 98 $1.49,
$1.98.
T1C CAN DO
BITTER AT
Men's heavy fleeced union
suits for cold weather
at . 98
Men's heavy ribbed union
suits, $1.50 value 98
Men's wool ribbed union
suits, $1.49, $1.98 and
$2.98.
Men's heavy fleeced or rib
bed shirts and drawers,
50c, 65c and 75c values
at 39. 45, 49
Men's heavy wool shirts
and drawers 98, $1.20
$1.49, $1.98.
Boys' heavy fleeced union
suits, 75c values at 49
Boys' heavy wool ribbed
union suits, $1.50 value
at 98
Boys' knickerbocker school
pants 49. 69. 98.
$1.23.
Men's and boys' jersey
sweaters 98. $1.49,
$1.98.
Boys sweaters, the coat
style 98. $1.49, $1.98
U'R LRAD
OTHERS
FOIAiOW
tlon of Joining the Hrltish hospital
and continuing his work there. Quite
a number of the men under Dr. Hiake
have signified their Intention of go
ing with him.
MlsB Margaret owed
will receive a limited number of pu.
pill for 'hstructlon on violin after Oc
tober 1st Studio, 726 Johnson street.
Phon. 287.
TEMPLE THEATRE
Formerly The Cosy
Today and Friday
World Film Corporation Presents
JANET BEECHER in
"FINE
FEATHERS"
The famous play of woman's vanity and man's weakness
BY EUGENE WALTER
A Warning to Extravagant Wives
Driven by his wife's importunities, Bob Reynolds passes on an in"
ferior cement for the construction of the Pecos Dam. The dam bursts
and a city is swept away as the results of a woman's desire for "Fine
jlirnnc ri-Yjj Jftf
r- .1
r eathers.
See this great play and hear our 3 piece orchestra.
15c and 5c
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Of much Interest here Is the an-
nounoement of the wedding of John j
E. Keefe, Jr., and Mum Rosalie Let
terer of Nashville, Tennessee, which
will be celebrated in that city next
Monday. The announcement of the
DUPtlall was contained In a letter re
ceived by B friend this morning. Mr.
Keefe w;is formerly principal of the
Weston school, and later secretary of
the Pendleton Commercial association
and of the Hound-up Since leaving
Pendleton he has been acting as di
rector for a company which has been
staging Elks' minstrel shows over the
country. He is a musical genius and
his entertaining qualities made him
a popular favorite among Pendleton
people. His bride la a member of
a prominent southern family.
Miss Alrnee Lutourelle left today
con for Portland where she will vis-
It.
Misses fcelle and I-aura Mclntyre of
Atheroi, are Pendleton visitorH today.
Dr. I. I'. Temple and family ex
pect to move about the middle of
October Into the new home which
they purchased yepterday on West
Court street. The house, which Is a
beautiful and modern one, Is known
as the Carter house and is located at
too West Court.
Mrs. B. V. Sharp and daughter of
Athena are spending the day In the
city.
The Alta Theatre
TODAY ONLY
LENORE ULRICH
Star of "The Bird of Paradise" in
"KILMENY"
A romantic story of a child of the woods transplanted to the city. A bright lit
tle love story that leaves you in better humor with the world.
LAST TIME TONIGHT
The Kenworthy Players
IN GREAT FOUR ACT DRAMA
"ST. ELMO"
Murderer, 8ft, Pardoned.
ALBANY, N. Y., Sept. 30. Oeorge S
W. Cram. H5, who murdered hi wife g
in New York '.n 186 was pardoned g
from Sing Hlng prison by Governor e
Whltman.
Governor Horton originally com- g
muted Cram'a sentence of death to g
life Imprisonment. Hla prison record g
through 20 years and five months has 5
been perfect.
DO NOT MISS THIS.
TOMORROW PRETTY INA CLAIRE IN A PICTURIZATION OF HAR
OLD McGRATH'S FAMOUS BOOK,
THE PUPPET CROWN"
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