East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, October 12, 1915, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2

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That are Stylish
$7.50 to $50.00
It's time now to be thinking of that warm coat, the need of
which will soon be felt. We are offering for your selection a
most comprehensive showing of the newest effects in coats of
dressy plush and corduroy, some plain, others fur trimmed in
flare, belted and straight line styles. Mixture coats for utility
wear are thoroughly practical, some fur and others velvet trim
med in styles that are different than the ordinary models shown,
in grey, brown and green mixtures.
Have you visited this new depart
ment? Over $10,000 worth of good sea
sonable bargains in this new department.
Ask your neighbor about it. Here are a
few of the bargains:
$3.50 to $4.00 Women's Shoes, patent
leather, kid and gun metal $1.38
$3.75 to $4.25 Women's Shoes, suede,
calf, patent leather $1.98
$5.00 Women's Shoes, all leathers and
sizes $2.23
15 yds. Outing Flannel, good wt. $1.00
1 1 yds. Calico, Standard quality 50c
$4.75 Silk Petticoats, a good val. $2.27
$1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $2.00 and $2.25
Wool Dress Goods, all colors, at the
yard 47c
Misses' Shoes, heavy sole, heavy kid
stock, value $3.25, bargain $1.98
Boys' Shoes, nothing but leather, the
biggest money's worth in shoes $1.98
And a thousand other Bargains.
In our Art Needlework Department we
have just received a complete line of the
Pacific Embroidery Company's D. M. C.
cotton, package outfits, which you should
be sure and see before you decide what to
make. These packages contain night
gowns, combinations, corset covers, waists,
infant's wear, aprons and many small nov
elties to embroider. All attractive designs,
stamped on the sheerest of material and
moderately priced.
Big assortment these kimona flannels in
dark and light colors, floral effect and
small figures, 27 inches wide, fast colors.
The yard 12U,t and 15
Comes in two kinds, 27 inches and 36
inches. Robe silk and crepe de chine,
washes like linen, fast colors. Makes up
into serviceable as well as good looking
garments, all shades. The vard 25 and
The Peoples Warehouse
Where It Pays to Trade.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 11 Presi
dent WiUon, speaking today at the
28th anniversary meeting of the
Daughters of the American Revolu-1
tion, declared the United States
should keep out of the European
war, not to avoid trouble, but U
present the foundations UPOB which j
peace must be built.
The president spoke on the duties
of Americans to preserve true neu
trality and sail he believed Ameri
can citizens should make it plair,
whether their sympathy for foreign
countries came before their love for
the I'nited Stales or whether they
were fM America first, last and all
the time.
The president said the I'nited
States had now reached a time of
special stress and test and that now
the peop- need all of their patriot
Ism All the rest of the world was
in the crucible he declared, and no
man ouid tU what the result would
Mr. Wilson urged that every social
an I poUtica action in the I'nited
States should he aimed to get all o!
the peopie to rally to the standard of
America Some people have wavered
from the American ideal, he said, and
hat Kiusht to aid rival ideals. He
added that Americans should devote
thseuelvM ont) to what America be
If-ved in.
"Wt should keep out of the quar
rV' hi- delated. 'America has
I rombv-d tbe w..rM to pursue a
course grounded on justice. We are
not trying to keep out of trouble
are tfylfuj to maintain the founda
lions or, which peace tUt he built.
Amerha must preserve the oau..e oi
Til- prr-, ,.-r was warmly applaud
ed during his address Mrs. Norman
iH. ia president's nance, 00 upiea
a box above the stage.
Greyham. and Dr. J. M. Short, a di
rector of the institution, were this
morning held liable for a note given
by F u. Eckstrom in payment fori
stock in the defumt Cotperative Sup
ply House corporation. A Jury it.
Circuit Judge McGinn's court return
ed a verdict in favor of Eckstroi.i
and against the two defendants for
J1000. the face value of the note.
Eckstrom. a farmer, bought stock
in the company and alleged that the
purchase was made on the strength
of letters written by Eastman and
Short representing the value of thej
stock to be high and its purchase de-1
sirable. He sueil the bank, John G
Sleret, its president. Eastman and!
Short and Georce J. Hodder, presi I
dent of the defunct company.
The charge was mtde by Eckstrom ,
that the defendants conspired to sell
the stock and made false representa
tions as to Its value and that the con-!
"piracy existed to permit the bank to I
unload Its surplus cash.
Another Jury at once took up the
trial of the suit of Ned Nelson '
against the same defendants for,
11120 on another note and the trial
of the suit of C. J. 1'nls on a $1000
BOte with a demand for $3000 dam- j
ages in addition. No damages were
allowed Eckstrom.
the wireless as a warning against dis
astrous storms at sea was demon
strated on the voyage of the liner
Tenyo Maru ending here today-OnT-day
out of Yokohama, the steamer
received a flash telling of a terrific
typhoon farther out at sea. The ves
sel hastily put back to port, but wan
caught in the edge of the gale. No
damage resulted. The liner, after a
delay of more than 24 hours, made
an unusual run to this port, averag
ing 16 1-2 knots an hour.
Strong condemnation of the EaFol
lette seamen's act was voiced by W.
E. Bemis, vice president of the Stand
ard Oil company on his arrival heir
on the stamer.
' The measure is driving American
vessels from the seas and is paralyz
ing this country's commerce In the
far east.'' he declared.
1 ither arrivals on the steamer was
Hrigadi-r General Mclntyre of the
I'nited staets bureau of Insular af
fairs who has been on a tour of Inspection.
A special meeting of the Parent
Teachers' association of the Lincoln
Chool will be held Friday afternoon
in the school building and all mem
bers arc urged to make special en
deavors to attend. It is also request-1
ed that the members bring the duos I
at this time as It is very important
thai these be paid before the con
vention In t'orvallls. October 2" to IS.
Two families not mentioned yester
day as attending the birthday sur
prise party given by Mrs. Charles Ser
rell for her husband, at their home
on the reservation on Sunday, were
those of Mr. and Mrs. I.. Barrett ami j
Mr and Mrs. E. Pearson. A dainty
dinner was served the guests and a ;
pleasant afternoon was spent. The
others who attended were Mr. and
Mrs. Q, Turiieson and family; Mr. and
Mrs. C, K. Williamson and family,
Mr and Mrs. I". Carlson and family;
Mr and Mrs. J. M. Serrell; Mr. and
Mrs J. Host, Otto Serrell and Mr
and Mrs. C. Swanson and family. Mr.
Serrell received many handsome pres
The "fuel social" to be given thlsi
evening at the home or Mrs. G. W.I
Phelpi is being looked forward to,
with a food deal of pleasurable an
ticipation by the members of the
Church of the Redeemer as well as
to It. Make checks and postofflce
orders payable to Oregon Congress of
Mothers, .".51 Court House, Portland.
Cordially yours.
Financial Secretary
For the purpose of taking up these
matters, a special meeting of the
Parent-Teachers' association of the
Lincoln school has been called for
Friday afternoon at 3: 30 o'clock at
the school building. All members are
urged to bring their dues at thai
The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist I :
church will gather tomorrow after-1
noon at the home of Mrs F Hold-!
man. 416 Madison street, when a 1
business meeting will he combined'!
with social peaaures. The hour has i
been set lor 2:30 and a large attend-!;
ance is expected to he present
Mr and Mrs. Dell Blancett are j
back in Pendleton for a few days II
visiting friends, after their appear
ance at Grangeville, Idaho, where
they took part in the frontier exhi
bition staged there.
the friends of the church, for an ex
cellent program of entertainment has
been arranged and a very pleasant
evening will doubtless he enjoyed.
Mr' Phelps. Mrs. N'orhorne Berk
eley and Mrs. F. E. Judd will be the
hostesses of the occasion
Mr. and Mrs. J. Mumtn and Miss
Erna Mumm left yesterday for San.
Francisco where they will visit the
Miss lluth Strohm. who for the last
few days has been visiting Miss Neva
Iune. has returned to her home in
Mrs. C. F. Wood is the hostess to
day at the formal opening of her stu
dio in room 7, Schmidt building, on
display are many kinds of art craft
handiwork, China paintings and lea
ther woric.
The first dance of the season to be
given by the Knights of ColUmbUa
will be held this evening In the Eagle
Woodman hall. Several of these
I pleasurable affairs were giver last
year by the K. of r.'s and their re
sumption is looked forward to with
much keen delight by a large nun -her
of dance-lovers.
in view of the coming convention
In t'orvallls of the Congress of Moth
ers, at which delegates of the Parent
Teachers' associations of the state
will attend, local officers of the Parent-Teachers'
associations of the
schools, are urging that as many go
from Pendleton as possible during
the dates. October 20 to 23
In this connection, two letters have1
been made public, which, being self-,
explanatory, are as rollows:
".".1 Court House. Portland, Ore.
To the Parent-Teachers' Associations!
of Oregon; J
You are urgfri to send delegates to'
the state convention in CorvHlHs, Oil-1
tober 20 to 23, The railroads will
give one and one-third fare rate with
return limit to November 1. The
Corvallls people will give room and
breakfast to delegates and speakers. 1
A fine program iH neing arranged
which will be sent you at an early
date. Hoping to see you at Corval
Ha, I am.
Cordially yours,
President. Congress of Mothers.
.",.'1 C0Wt House. Portland, ore.
To the Parent-Teachers' Associations
of Oregon:
The annual dues to the state and
national Congress of Mothers and
Parent-Teachers' associations (10
cents per capital are payable Octo
ber I, and become delinquent after
December 10. We would greatly ap
preciate a remittance before the state
e, invention in l orvallis, October 20
An enjoyable week-end party was
: nia.ue up Miiurday arternoon for a
I few hours at Lehman Springs and
'the ladles who attended' found the'
I popular resort very attractive at this!
'season of the year There were nine
I 111 me party wng went up uy automo
j biles, returning yesterday afternoon.
I The party comprises Mrs. Ben Bur
I roughs. Mrs. Clark Nelson. Mr.
, iiurKe, .Mrs. Mark Moorhouse Mrs.,
' T -. 1 " -. '
ouftinnf rrazier, .Mrs. iieorge1
Strand, Mrs. Will Lyons. Mrs. Fred I
Earl and Mrs. Roy Alexander.
The Presbyterian Aid Society will
lie entertained Wednesday afternoon
at the home of Mrs Mary Boyden.i
412 Perkins avenue. The hostesses'
will he Mrs Boyden. Mrs. E B Aid-!
rich and Mrs. E. C, McCook.
"Tip' statement that cross eyes can be straightened in 5
NEARLY every case" is not correct The proof is then' 5
are no cross eyes after death, the spasm is all gone. 5
If it could be done by ANY glass fitter there would lie
no cross eyes. , -
s The little Miss in this picture came to me in 1112 5
r wearing glasses one sixth of the strength required to re-
lieve the eyestrain, fitted by a prominent M. D. specialist E
in Portland. j
The lady whose picture has appeared in this paper was
E wearing glasses that did not even relieve the pain from
I eye strain, fitted by an optomotrist in Pendleton
It can not be disputed that in these two cases both vis-
ion and beauty have been restored and it is not unreason-
;ble to claim that poor glasses requiring changing is due E
E to the out of date methods used by M. D.'s and opticians. E
I D. N. REBER, M. D. I
E Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Specialist
Schmidt Bldg.. Pendleton.
Educated Women Discus Themselves
POUQHKEEP8IE, N, v.. Oct 12.
The educated woman and her con
tribution to progress In the lust (0
years," was the general theme of the
second day's program of the four-day
celebration of the (0th anniversary
of Vassar's founding.
The speakers list included Ellen c
Semple. authoress. 1881; Julia C. I.a
throp. head of the children's bureau
of the 1". S. department of agricul
ture. 1880; and Prof. Mary J. Jordan
Smith Cotlef factulty, Ivth.
student representative of .12 big
educational institutions met at the
same hour t insider "the function
of non-academic activities," "The Pa
geant of Athena" was presented on
the campus by the students in the
Kim Selves to Death u la Collins.
CHICAGO, Oct. 12. Postmortem,
ers of the 1 1 G season have a new
one. They say Eddie Collins cost the
White Sol the pennant. Before Ed
die came, the White Sox knew the
couldn't steal bases, go from first t.
third on an Infield hit, or pull an Ol
the Cobb stuff.
Then they saw Collins do it Fine
The others tried. It was like a cart
horse highstepping on the tanbark
They simply ran themselves to death
forgetting that brains as well ,1
are needed on the paths.
fctany an expert will tell y
the White Sox of 1915 died
base line.
I son ot all base ball
can be Collinses and Cobba
11 thut
in the
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WASHINGTON, Oct. 11. The long
postponed protest to urea: Britain
against Interference with American
trade is planned to k" forward this
week. ianslng is slated to get the
president's approval of the draft eith
er today or tomorrow. The note to
Germany for settlement of the I'll"
case will also go within two days.
NEW rORK, on. 11. The
tees of aviation now number on
since Mrs. Hnrr Payne Whitney took
a twenty minute flight In her hus
band's new hydroaeroplane at Port
Washington. Clifford Webster. the
aviator who Is teaching Mr Whitney
the mysteries of the upper air. pilot,
ed the machine durlnu Mis Wh in,
thrilling ride.
Mr. Whitney Is reported to be plan
ning a trip to Miami wttn the so-call
ed Florida Flying Squadron, Vlncenl
Astor, Clifford Harmon and othel
sportsmen, who own aircraft are sal I
to be making ready for the trip.
Mr. Whitney's machine, of the Bur.
gess-Otinne type, is housed tempor
arlly In a tent on the beac h halm
er Is being built on ground leased
Mr. Whitney near the Manhasset
Yacht 1 'liib.
The fire started Just after Irvin
had entered the house and is believ
ed to have been caused by a match
dropped In the dining room. As he
opened the door to the stairway the
air whipped the blaze and soon the
room was in flames The women
were sleeping on the second floor and
all dashed down the stairs and out of
the front door.
Irvin tried to get water from the
pump In the kitchen, hut It would
not work Not knowing the women
were safe he then ran upstairs and
was severely burned. The fire drovr
all away from the only pump and
they hud to see the structure huri
to the ground. The occupants saved
nothing but the nlgntclothlna thei
When Baby Coma.
Before baby comes there is a period
I yvhen experienced mothers are glad to
laid the expectant mothers. They urge
) he use of Mother's Kriend, obtained
,at any drug store, because this safe..
.harmless external remedy is positive
ly necessary since it I. rings relief in
(easing the muscles, cords, tendons
'. and ligaments involved, and unneces
sary pain is avoided; thus it serves to
ease the mind anil has s beneficial
effect on the nervous system. In many
cam nausea, morning sickness and
mer uisiresses are avoided.
POHFTIND, Or., Oct. li.O
A Eastman Cashier of the Hank 01
back to r'tNiIth hy carfful
Wre Destroys Home
HMmB WBWH is.xKEii i 1
in their nightclothcx. Mrs. A ner,'
"i i 1 burned about the facl and need I
HSpHrvf'' ioi 1
Given a brlHtftnt elossy hlnt that
ooc tmt rub off or dust off that
nncftls 1 the Iron -thnt UU (our
times as long as any other.
Black Silk Stove Polish
li In a clais by Itftttf. It' mora
eatetnlh marie and mude
tn.tn bttttr matftui.
Try it on ymir parlor
fltove, your rook Itovt
or yur aw runs.
If von don't AmI It
trirbMt pl(ah ynu
vr uiod.-your
tiardwars or
on-cery MBMi n
authorised to re
fit nd your
niM'i "a
tvry Drop
Concrete, Stone and Brick
contractor. Bstimataa fur
nished on application.
Phone 536, Pendleton, Ore.
Deapain Block
Pendleton, Oregon.
front liai'oul f :-t Vi'l(lit QrtB I I ' I . "The i'l ic; of Dan lat'i -
Open Day and Night
Commencing September 10.
Rates 15 cents and up.