East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, November 06, 1915, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8

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    DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1915.
EIGHT PAGES
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New Arrivals in Womens Ready-to-Wear (
The demand for Golden Rule store value ha been beyond our
expectation and had to make mny reorder. That why we have
something new, something different to show you no matter how often S
you come. BETTER GET ACQUAINTED WITH OUR BUSINESS
METHODS. IT'S WORTH WHILE.
LOVE NUTS
PAGE EIGHT
SALTED PEANUTS
SALTED ALMONDS
SHELLED ALMONDS
SHELLED WALNUTS
SHELLED PECANS
Every thing in fresh Nuts and
Candy.
SPECIAL
Old Tyrr.e Horehound. per
pound 20r.
Gray Bros. Grocery Co,
Rrplactng liurnod House.
I V. P Daniels of this city aw
I' I has otqtltM at work on his n
I at Pilot Iiook Junction replacing
j j dwelling which was burned to
it ground week aKo last Sunday.
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thony's hospital by Heddow & M II -and
111 take the place of the tu
ar holler formerly used. The new
ler is next to the largest size
de. The hospital Is also having a
i gallon storage tank installed
! Now Tank at Hospital.
! One of the largest sectional
j i water boilers in this part 9t
! state has fast been installed at
hot
the
St.
"QUALITY"
Two Phones. 28.
Ill
823 Main St. H
LEASE AND OUTFIT
FOR SALE
320 acres, half in sum
mer fallow, ready to seed.
7 head of horses, and
their harness, cow and
calf, header, wagon, bug
gy and all the plows and
machinery necessary to
run it. Plenty of good
water. Close to R. R.
Easy terms.
E. T. WADE.
Itanran Arc .tailed.
James Urady and Joe Morris, who
were begging on the streets yester
day, were arrested by the police and
this morning on vagrancy charges
were given five days each in the cltv
rail
Installs New picture Machine.
A new motion picture projecting
machine has just been installed at the
ItW Temple theater at a cost of J500.
The machine Is designed to eliminate
all breaks in the reels so that the pic
ture will be continuous.
NEW ARRIVALS IN SILK DRESSES. BETTER SEE THEM.
Genuine "Salts" plush coats, fur
trimmed, full flare, some mix
ed effects, mixed and with
belts, just received, all priced
.it about half you would pay
elsewhere, at $19.50, $22.50
and $27.50.
Cloth coats In fancy Scotch plain
corduroy and many new novel
tics in this new lot and as usu
al priced the Golden Rule
way $8.90, $0.90, $12.50,
$14.75, $10.50, $18.50.
Our selection of tailored suits is
complete by the addition of
some new arrivals; better see
these at $9.90. $12.50,
$14.75. $16.50, $22.50.
New shirt waists in fancy taffeta,
striped messaline, crepe de
chine. Georgette crepe and
embroidered voiles at 9H,
$1.98, $2.98.
j i You can do
We Lead
Suit to Collect.
Victor Udv.'.ll today tiled suit S , t
i gainst Henry t. Hiii to collect isssls better at
and interest and 100 attorney (Mfl
alleged to be due on a note executed 2
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Other follow
torney.
Suit to Foreclose.
lo foreclose a mortgage alleged to 55
Rave been given to Secure a 1500 1 Si
note. Gus W. Byers has filed .-uii in !
the circuit court against Jennie t.. j 53
Krohn and her husband Henry !
Krobn, and the other heirs of Chris EE
Roberts farter & smythe are at-! S3
turneys for plaintiff, EE
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The Big H use TEMPLE THEATRE The Big Plays
I.a
Tal.cs Hn.,. i Hack.
Faulk of
pd on IS with Homer Huff-'
m with stealing a watch ,i:ilsS
hain from I.uU Kellis lie was EE
mind at a local eating hous whete EE
1 1 employed as cook. S
Today Only
Helen Gibson
in
Hazards of Helen.
"THE RESCUE
OF THE
BRAKEMAN'S
CHILDREN."
Adults
lCc
LUBIN PROFFERS
A heart gripping, soul stirring
drama of rural folk life
in three acts
"NAN O' THE
BACK WOODS"
Featuring Valentine Grant
BUD DUNCAN,
ETHEL TEARE
in the
Rollicking Comedy
"QUEERING
CUPID."
Children
5c
Ml-take In .un
In an advertisement published in EE
: this paper a week ago i.y the ivn II-- S
i ton Rubber & Supply i'o , mention
was made that the company was sell- EE
ing the "Goodyear Silverton ford 53
tires, ' whereas It should have read
I "Goodrich Silverton Cord Tlree.'' the
Goodrich company being the only
one putting out this tire.
nut today
makes a
.' on the
O.-W, x in dole Changed.
The new time card put
by the O..W. R, & N. Co
change in the time of No
(Washington division. Instead of leav
iing here at 5:45 In the afternoon a
j heretofore, it will hereafter leave at
1 5:15, reaching Walla Walla at 7:15.
: Mixed train No. 52 leaves Pendleton
hereafter at 9:30 instead of 10 30 a.
m, for Walla Walla. These are the
only changes affecting Pendleton.
SATURDAY ONLY
SPECIAL 2 REEL
KEYSTONE Comedy
Featuring Sid Chaplin
FANI MARINOFF in
"The Unsuspected Isles"
i
15c
3 REEL FEATURE THAT
WE GUARANTEE
10c
SUNDAY
I
jEi Sunday-Monday
V. L. S. E. Big Four Presnts
Reels I Of EGYPT" I Reels
BY ALAN CAMPBELL-FEATURING
Edith Storey Antonio Moreno
A Picture of the
Past and Present
The Phenomenal London Success. A Story
of a Beautiful Cleopatra and Her Palace on
The Nile. A Sleep Potion Transports
Her into the World of Today
Milton Pans to gee (,amo.
A number of local baseball fans EE
are planning to take advantage "f33j
the opportunity offered at Pendleton EE
Saturday. November 13. to witness i
contest between th.- National and 3j
American league stars who are now EE
on a tr.inscontineiit.il :ur playinc ;n EE
many . ities of the country The 3
"THE SPENDER."
5 Reels, Gold Rooster Play, from the famous novel by Geo. Bracket! Seitz.
4 Big Vaudeville Acts Tuesday and Wednesday.
.. EE
umy seat town. - Mill .
The Big House TEMPLE THEATRE The Big Plays
E
ele
m
Happy ( anions In.
In the cond bowling mat' h of the
' tournament the Happy Canyon team
defeated the liuckarooes by the nar
j row margin of 20 pins last night, the
i final score being 24sn to 2478. The
line-up and scores were as foflowB:
I Happy Canyon. McDavUt 536, Ham
lie) .VeiH 46m. liaum 49. Mellon-
I ies 512; Buckarooes. Kggers 467,
tH ideman 442. Myers 54. Rosenberg
433, Krebs 542.
Hack From future Trip,
Rev. J. K. Snyder, pastor of the
Pfettryteriafl church, arrived home
early this morning from Maker coun
ty where he had been making ad.
dresses in behalf of the Oregon So-
Hgiene Society,
times at faker and
Powder and reports
meetings were well
much Interest manifested. At the
meeting at North Powder last even
ing there were 125 men in attendance.
He spoke four
twice at North
that all of the
attended and
A WONDERFUL STORY OF A MUMMY'S AWAKEN
ING FROM 3,000 YEAR SLEEP. EGYPT OF THE 18th
DYNASTY TRANSPORTED TO THE TWENTIETH
CENTURY TO CREATE INNUMERABLE LAUGHS.
Do you remember Edith Storey and Antonio Moreno in
"The Island of Regeneration?" Well this picture is equal
to "The hiand cf Regeneration."
ADULTS 15c.
CHILDREN 5c
High school Is Defeated.
Badly crippled and demoralized by
the absence of some of the beat men
j Pendleton high school's football team
j went down to a 32 to 0 defeat In
I Waitsburg, yesterday afternoon, ac
j cording to word wired back to this
city. Snyder, star half back, was
I out of the line-up from si. km . s. as
was Frledley and several others ol
the first players were weakened by
sickness. The boys found the Walts
burg high a strong aggregation.
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EE ItUcrsldc Drive., Ordinance Pa&Mil.
At the adjourned meeting of the
E ity council last evening the ordl-
5 n.i nee ordering the Improvement ofj
EE klvcrside Drive from Main street to
Mush and Push street from the drive
EE to p.ab-y street with gravel bltullthlo
HE pavement was passed, no protest or
ES ' remonstrance having been made.
EE Pids will bo advertised for at once
EE and within a short time the work
EE will be started Property owners
H ..long Riverside Drive, who have been
EE petitioning for two years for the
EE work ;iri' very imp h pleased with
American Note Arrives.
WASHINGTON, Nov. . The Am
erican note pToteatiaf against Rrlt-
ish interference with American com
merce arrived In Loadoa and will be
delivered The state department said
It expected the note will be madi
public here Monday
ALTS
WSEmSSm
Today
THE POPULAR COMEDIAN
JOHN BARRYMORE
IN HIS LATEST SCREEN SUCCESS,
'The Incorrigible Dukane
JOHN BARRYMORE, ASSISTED BY A CAPABLE SUPPORTING CAST, WINS
NEW LAURELS IN THIS LATEST SUCCESS.
Also Engagement Extraordinary
"The California
(oiored) jubilee Singers
LOTS OF LIFE AND FINE HARMONY.
Quartets, trios, duets, solos, impersonations, readings, PIANO SOLOS BY THE
BLACK PADEREWSKI. Don't fail to see Mr. Payne, the female impersonator
and double voiced wonder. Better than any minstrel show. Better Come Early
ADMISSION 15c and 25c.
See Our Sunday Program on Page Four
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