East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, December 14, 1915, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8

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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON. OREGON. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 14, 1915.
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Sweet Appl
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MADE FROM FRESH CLEAN
APPLES.
BOILED CIDER FOR YOUR
MINCE MEAT.
SWEET CIDER IN
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BULK.
BOILED CIDER. PINT BOT
TLES 20-; QT. BOTTLES 35c
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Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
"QUALITY"
Two Phones. 28.
823 Main St.
AtMMMaf Hotel Kwtk.
Fred T. Block, proprietor of the
Hotel Pendleton. 1. In Portland at
tending the annual convention or the
Oregon hotel men.
KureVa 1 xtgp Elects.
At the meeting o( Eureka lodge t.
O. O. F.. held last evening the elec
tion of officers for the coming term
was held and the following
chosen: Henry C. Craig, noble
grand; John Montgomery, vice grand;
Theodore Wheelock, secretary; K.
Alexander, treasurer.
tree will probably be lighted this cv
ening for the first time Strong ca
bles have been attached to it so that I
there is no danger of the wind upset
ting it.
9 Shopping DaysQ
'til Christmas '
Peters Mate Probated.
The estate of Mrs. Elisabeth Pe
ters of this city, who died on July
31 .was probated toduy. The estate
is valued at approximately t004
and V. It. Withee. a son-in-law, is
named as administrator. C. W.
Itrowntleld, L,. C. Rothrock and H
M. Sloan have been appointed appraisers.
Walls Of Library started.
lon & Johnson this week stand
the construction of the walls of the
new library building and the strut-
werojture will soon begin taking form.
Hack from Portland
Will Wyrick. Cayuae farmer, and
Ben L. burroughs, local lumber a.ui
fuel dealer, arrived home this morn
ing from Portland where they hvj
been for several dus
DON'T wait, do it now. There are hundreds and hundreds of useful gift sw-jges-tions
at this Big Busy Store to choose from that will not be here next week.
THAT'S WHY WE ADVISE MAKING YOUR SELECTIONS NOW AND WE
WILL HOLD THEM TO BE CALLED FOR LATER. A SMALL DEPOSIT IS ALL
THAT'S NECESSARY.
Shop in the morning hours. You know what happened Saturday afternoon if you
. were in the crowd. You just had to wait even with an extra sales force. But it's a
pleasure to shop where the crowd goes; YOU KNOW YOU GET THE RIGHT
GOODS AT THE RIGHT PRICE.
galaot rjtoatag Law.
A card received by the Commercial
association announces that Initiative
petitions are being sent here to abol
ish the Sunday closing law In the
state and urges that they be circu
lated at once. As yet they have not
been received by the local associa
tion The petitions are being sent
out by Dan Kellaher and A. R. Mc
Klnley of Portland.
Moved to Hcrm'stoii Ranch, ' .Mj
Mr and Mrs. Isaac Jay and son. j ft
Ray Jay, have moved from Pendleton j Wr
to the Umatilla project near Hermls- j 3flJ
ton where Mi. jay has purchased i ! &
ranch upon which they will make, Ifc
their heme. i -W
I'abv k rrlvcs.
An eight and a half pound son wad
horn last night to Mr. and Mrs. Koy
T. Bishop of this city . The father was
in Portland at the time the message
readied him and he lost no time in
coming to greet his first son.
NOW IS THE TIME TO MAKE YOUR CHOICE
1100 acres of nice wheat land, water, and short haul, $30
the Reaervatioi
iod improvement:
40 to 50 bushel land. 165.00
orchard and alfalfa. $50.00
per acre.
1(0 acres, close to town, house, barn, orchard and alfalfa.
HS.M per acre
ItO acres 65 acres set to alfalfa, good improvements. 154.50
per acre.
I have resided in I'matilla county over 30 years. No inflated
values go with me. E. T. WADE.
( hi Utiua-i Tree In Place
The 'municipal Cnrlstmas tree is
in place today at the Intersection of
Court and Main streets and strings
of incandescent lights are being run
through the branches today. The
Pneumonia Patients Better.
Mrs. Dick Thomas, local colored
I woman who has been critically ill
I with pneumonia. Is reported to be Im.i
'proving noticeably. The two sons ol
' O. W. Johnson of H.ddtuan. both of
whom have been i"ite low with the
(Same disease, are also reported to bo
: recovering.
DALE ROTHWELL
Optical Specialist.
American National Bank
Building, Phone 609
Will na Exercise-- Abo,
The Presto terlan Sunday school as
well as those of th.- Methodist. Bap
tist and Christian churches will hold
Christmas tree exercises on Thursday
evening before Christmas. This ar
rangement is made so that there will
be no conflict with the municipal ex
ercises on Fridey evening.
PRACTICAL SUGGESTIONS
FOR HIM.
Why not a suit of clothes, they
are useful, yet inexpensive.
$0.90. $12.50. $14.75,
$16.50.
A Mackinaw coat would please
him and eost vou only 83.08
$4.98. $5.90, $6.90.
A suit of clothes for the boy,
the knickerbocker style,
Norfolk coat at $1.98,
$3.98. $3.98, $4.98.
A pair of gloves or mittens at
49 690. 98r 8145.
Tie sets in fancy boxes 25r
49f, ii9r. 98C-, 81.23.
Suspenders in fancy boxes for
Xmaa gifts at Golden Rule
prices 25-. 49 69.
Handkerchiefs by the box at
25f . 49r
iiiRle ties of all silk at 25
45.
PRACTICAL SUGGESTIONS
FOR HER
A set of furs or a separate
muff or neck piece $3.98.
$4.98, $6.90, $9.90, ant I
813.50.
Or a tailored suit would make
an Inexpensive gift 89.90,
$12.50. $16.50. $18.50
Coats in black plush, some
trimmed with fur or a heavy
cloth coat would be accept
able $6.90, $9.90, $12.50.
$14.75. $22.50.
Silk sweaters, quite the thing,
only v.. 84.98
Silk petticoats at $1.98.
$2.98. $3.49.
Shirt waists in silk, lawn or
voile at 98, $1.98. $2.98
Fancy handkerchiefs by the
box 18 25C, 390
Fancy box stationerv I5 19C
49 690. 980.
TRIANGLE TRIANGLE
TEMPLE
TRIANGLE TRIANGLE
EQ THEATRE BEAUTIFUL Qq
Today and Wednesday
J. RUFUS WALLINFORD
In 2 Reels With Max Figman and Burr Mcintosh
"The Toilers by the Sea"
3 Part American Drama.
TRIANGLE FILMS
Starts Sunday Dec. 19
NEW YORK
PAID $2.00
FOR THIS
PROGRAM
WATCH FOR
BIG ADS
ON
TRIANGLE
'The Iron Strain"
5 Parts, Featuring Dustin Famum
"A GAME OLD KNIGHT"
2 Part Triangle Keystone.
See Ad on Page 5.
TRIANGLE TRIANGLE TRIANGLE TRIANGLE TRIANGLE TRIANGLE
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Deserted Ju.t 1? clays after he had'
J become a bridegroom, according M
j his complaint. A. N Parsons has
brought suit In the circuit court for
a divorce from his wife. Flora Par
sons. The couple were married in
Tennessee on March t. 1911 and on
March 21 plaintiff alleges that hit
wife without cause deserted him and
has ever since lived separate and
apart Carter & Smyth? are his at- I
torneys.
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Ed Brown of !i01 East t'ourt street,
an employe of the Pendleton Woolen
Mills Is wearing his left hand In a
sling and will not tie able to work for
some time as a result ol an accident
the other morning. He was cutting
kindlinu at his homt when the sharp
Made of the axe came down upon the
thumb of the hand with which he
Was holding the block. The blade
cut through the bone hut it was sewed
back on by a physician.
Officials lnei-t Terminal Yards,
A group of prominent O.-W. R. &
X. officials have been spending the
day at Pilot Rock Junction inspecting
the work on the new freight termi
nal yards In progress there. They
came up In a private car ntached to
No. 6 this morning. In the party
are General Manager J. P O'Brien,
General Superinten'ient M. J Buck
ley. J. F. Graham, superintendent of
motive power. Ed Thomas, mechani
cal foreman. Supt. W. Bollons ami A
W. Purley.
Gift Suggestions
from Our
TOYLAND
There are Erectors, Piledrivers, Tool Chests, Fire Engines, Toy
Swings, Toy Chairs, Toy Dishes, Rattlers, Horns, Balls,. Blocks.
Games, Doll Go-Carts, Doll Beds, Toy Arnmals, Drums, Toy Pi
anos, Harmonicas and hundreds of other little gift suggestions to
gladden the little hearts, all priced the Golden Rule way.
Then there are the Dolls, and you never saw such a collection
of beautiful dolls. There are Dressed Dolls, Kid Body Dolls with
hair Character Dolls, Funnv Dolls and' all kinds of dolls at 10
25-, 49, 89, 98 $1.25, $1.49, f 1.98, ?2.49, $4.50.
We want to call your attention to our collection of Books, which
always make suitable gifts, and all priced at about a third you
would have to pay elsewhere, 25S 49.
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Our "Place in tin- Sun.
The current Issue of the Pythian
Advocate, published at Minneapolis
devotes a page to a story regarding
j the visit to Pendleton of Supreme
Chancellor Brig S. Young and tells
J how he was entertained here in true
I western style. The write-up has con-
siderable about Pendleton and recites
! that our "place in the sun" Is due t"
the Round-up and other progressive
activities. The story is Illustrated
with a picture showing the stage
COS h in which the supreme chancel
lor was taken about the city.
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better at
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BROADWAY FAVORITES PRESENT
"The Pitfall"
WITH MARIAN S1AS AND ALL STAR CAST.
A Society Drain Featuring America's Most Favorite
Monte Carlo
Adults 10c Children 5c
COMING WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS
Robert B. Mantel! and Genevieve Hamper in
"THE BLINDNESS OF DEVOTION."
! AH Port in a storm.
j How would you like to wake in the
. night and find a strange man. and
! that man a drunken Indian, asleep
Inn the lied at your reef That Is Just
i the experience that befell a local wo
man and her daughter last night. They
i bad gone to tied on a sleeping porch
and sometime during the night awoke
to find the form of a man stretched
across the foot of the bed. The man
was in a drunken sleep and the la
dles lost to time In notifjlng the po
lios. In court this morning he prov
ed to be Tom Johnson, a local Indian
who, under the Influence of liiiuor,
and searching for a place of shelter
ff the storm, had eapled the sleep
ing porch. He whs given I sentence
of or 12 days.
, Take Ollth "f Offle .
The new city officials, electod last
Monday, look their oath of office to
I day before ltocorder Thoma Flu
i OerslS. Mayor-ep-f t .Tt'mes A. BSl,
i ( oun'-llm-n-eleet It. F Klrkpatrlck
H. J. Taylor and CtaaoS I'enlnid and
Waf-r ' ommiMloners (.' P. Strain,
V H. M'-''ormmach and V. Strohlc
lU swop- uron oath to perform falth-
I. illy the dutle of their respective
of 'ices. Counellman-eltct Folsom is
the nr,l' one of tn- newly elected '
riestl wt.o has not -el taken Bll
. ath F. M, Oliver, wlui was a can
didate for council, .ileii a ststem-nl
la the ef.ect that he had spent "m-i
It cent" for campaign purposes mil
Councilman Taylor and V. ater Com
missloner McO rmma h filed Ilk!
ijtemeni'.
The Alta Theatre
Tod&y and Tomorrow
LET 'ER BUCK
THE ROUND-UP
OF 1915
THE BRIGHTEST, CLEAREST PICTURES OF THE BIG SHOW EVER MADE.
COME IN AND SEE YOUR FRIENDS AND YOUR FAVORITE EVENTS.
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M. A.
VAUDEVILLE
Helms & Evans, come
talking and dancinjf.
MATINEE TOMORROW 2 P. M.
singing, Jessica Duo, with trainetl pigeons,
novelty juggling act.
ADMISSION 15c AND 25c
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