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f VTQTTT PAOF.S DAILY EAST OREGON I AN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, SKl'TKMHrCK 1ft, 1012. PAOK THKKE INGLE TAX EXPOSED CHAS. H. SHIELDS Will Speak in the CITY HALL Tuesday, September, 17 at 8:30 P. M. in PENDLETON Chairrain: County Assessor Strain Mr. Shields is'Secretary of the Oregon Equal Taxation League'and a well known author. ' Ladies Invited ADMISSION FREE Eta C3im! 8:30 Tuesday, Sept., 1 7 The University of Oregon Correspondence School offers, FREE, with the exception of cost of postage on papers and cost of the University Extension Bulletin, to CITIZENS OF OREGON, forty UNI VERSITY COURSES by MAIL. Ability to profit by the.courses selected In the only requirement for enrollment in the Correspondence Department. Courses are offered in the departments of Botany, Debating, Economics, Education, Electricity, English Literature, English Composition, History, Mathematics. Mechanical Drawing, Physical Education, Physics, Physiology, Psychology, Sociology and Surveying. Write to the Secretary of the Corres pondence School, University of Oregon, Eugene, for Information and cata logue. COURSES IN RESIDENCE at the University prepare for the Professions of ENGINEERING, JOURNALISM, LAW, MEDICINE and TEACHING. Fall semester opens Tuesday, Sept. 17. Address the Registrar for catalogues descriptive of the College of Engineering, the College of Liberal Arts, the Schools of Education, Commerce, Law. Medicine, and Music. D. R. CIIEII Chinese Herb Co. Pendleton, Oregon 111 E. Webb St Under State Hotel. OFFICIO HOURS: 10-12 anil 1-8. Our wonderful Herb cures Rheumatism, Ner vous Weakness, Kidneys, Rupture, Chronic Cough; also Lung, Heart, Stomach and Female Trouble. Our Herb remedies have " been used vith wonderful results In China for over 4,000 years. CONFIDENTIAL CONSULTATION FREE. SECURED PICTURES OF WATERMELON DAY (Special Correspondence.) Stanfleld, Ore, Kept. 16. H. H. Medsker, photographer of Portland, was here to take pictures of the water melon day celebration which are to be published in the Orange Judd Farmer and the Chicago Irrigation Journal. R. M. Tuttle of Portland was here Wednesday arranging for the placing of a carload of blooded stock on his "Peachdale" ranch near Stanfleld. J. M. Hodges. was an Echo visitor Wednesday evening. E. P. Marshall of Pendleton was here on business Thursday. Mrs. O. L Gravelle and daughter and son and Miss Olga Bamberger were Echo visitors Wednesday. Walter Wagner and Chester Bar ney took In the dance at Echo. Mrs. P. Avery and Mrs. J. F. Bagan are at Pendleton. Al HIatt and family returned to Stanfleld after a three month's stay at La Grande. Mrs, Chester Bell left Wednesday for Fargo, N D , to visit relatives and friends for sometime. Rev. J. E. Faucett is on the sick list. Miss Wlndle, trained nurse of Pendleton 'Is caring for him during his illness. Engineer Wold, C. W. Prlegnltz and Chaa. Lambert left Wednesday for Pilot Rock to look atfer the survey ing of a piece of land there. Dr, Alex Reld was in Pendleton Thursday. Ok L. Hurd of the Stanfleld Stand ard Is negotiating with the Umatilla Commercial club for the publishing of a newspaper In the Interest of that city; If so arranged the paper will be published at Stanfleld. 'E. E. Corse was a Pendleton visi tor Thursday. J. T. Hlnkle o'f Hermiston was In the city Friday. J. Pelmulder and family have mov ed on the Monkman ranch near Her-mlston. MAGNET CLEARS WINDPIPE. Removes a Screw Swallowed by Roy Three, years Ago. Cincinnati. Sherrlck Bobb, six years old, swallowed a screw one Inch long three years ago. It slid Into his windpipe, and gradually worked down to a position where It was impossible to reach It, causing the youngster Intense pain. The baffled family physician call ed in Dr. John Ranly, an eye special ist. He suggested the use of a mag net. This was agreed to, and In less than five minutes the screw was re moved. The lad is recovering. MILLIONAIRE URGES A SAUERKRAUT DIET ratt or Chicago Returns from Eu roiie With Our Eating Troubles Settled. Chicago. The American- diet will have to be reconstructed. We must completely revise our habits of eat ing. Beans, peas, rice and even sauerkraut will have to form a larger part of the day to day menu and there will have to be at least a semi boycott on meat. James A. Patten, multi-millionaire board of trade man, came home from Europe convinced that drastic meas ures such as the above will be neces sary If the high cost of living Is to be reduced. Patti spent two months touring Norway, France and Ger many. "What a man eats is largely what New Calcutta GRAIN BAGS Ready at PORTLAND. SEATTLE or TACOMA for Immediate hlpmtnt upoa receipt ol order E.T. B. MILLS Agent for Importer Imperial Hotel. PORTLAND. OR. Writ tor lrloM Ik? U 1 UVI OF ENTIRE SHARON & EDDINGS STOCK Commencing Tues. Eve., Sept. 24 of Round-Up Week and continuing every forenoon and evening for the balance of the week. 45 Jrunks. 100 Suit Canes. Ranges. Cook Stoves. Heating Stovea. Hardware. Watches. Jewelry. Cutlery. Glassware. Tinware Graniteware. Unredeemed Pledges. Blankets. Quilts. "Tente. Wagon Covers. Furniture. Evorything in our storo to go to thb Highest Bidder Fixtures for sale. Store for rent. Nothing reserved. Don't miss it Gol. J. L. Bauldwin, AUCTIONEER, SHARON & EDDINGS, RETIRING FROM BUSINESS. Agrnta for Qnyx Ho!, Nemo Coraeta, Mtinsing Underwear Fowne Cloven, Soroais Shop and Standard Patterns. The Alexander Dep't. Store SAVE YOUR. S. & H. TRADING STAMPS The above slump cuts have the same valuation as the original when presented villi this ad. ill H i AM WWr m iit mm! 1 wmimm Din FALL IS HERE And with It the wide-spread desire for iwnv garments. Everybody wants a change, soux-llilng different, new, spick, nobby and at tractive , COME HERE FOR IT You will find your fondcKt Idoals fully realized In the fall display of styles and fabrics. Everything Is new. Sfein-Bloch Suits $18.00 to $35.00 MEN'S HATS New felts In the latest sliax. Reavers of the newest col ors and Rerbys Uiat are up-to-thc-mlnutc styles. ONYX AND WAYNE KNIT HOSIERY FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN. If ue knew of any better grades we wouldn't be long in getting tliem for the margin or profit is very small on kiicIi hosiery ax this, hut wo want satisfied customers, which means volume In the end 25e, 35c 50O. 'I Loso Sight of lha Grocery Department for a Minute Fresh This Morning TomutoeH, graiM-s, peaches, apples, iears, swtvt otatMs, green pcpier, egg plant, oranges, pineapple, water melons, bananas, ground cherries, casabas and squash. Try a Can of Crescent Spices, You'll Like Them. (Sac ScLF-RtOUClWC When Planning Your Fall Suit or Dress Have it Filled Over One of Our Hew Stylo Nemo Corsets A corset without a rival and justly so. Made In the bet materials that can be had with extra heavy elastics. We carry several styles etqKti ally for stout figures and entirely different mod els for tlio more slender figures. Priced $3, $3.50, $4, $5 School Ribbons for School Girls Most any color that any Miss could expect and plenty wide for bows, both taffeta and moire. It's a luefcy pur chase that makes this low price pos sible. Now lc. i a man thinks he has to have," said Patton at his Evanston home. "We as a nation think we nave got to have meat and a lot of it. We can change that Idea if we would. It is all a matter of habit. The German thinks he must have his sauerkraut and he declares it is fine. The Italian thinks he must have his macaroni and he de clares it is fine. It is much cheaper to have the sauerkraut habit and the macaroni habit than 10 have the meat habit. "Of course there are other ways of lowering the cost of living. Person ally I am Inclined to think that the tariff on farm products should be re duced, not merely to cheapen food stuffs, but to Insure our getting enough food. I think the time Is coming when we shall not raise enough livestock for our own consumption." STOLEN SEKMON TILLS THIEF WITH KEMOKSE Pastor's Written Admonition Hits .Mark He Never Hoped It Would Hench. .Philadelphia. The Rev. Dr. Hugh McHrlde had boon rather disappointed In his sermon of two Sunday's ago. It had not seemed to make much im pression on the congregation of the Dlsston Memorial church at Tacony So when the sermon was stolen with his suitcase 'while he was making a purchase in a department store the other day he missed it least of all his belongings. Now he is happy that he wrote that' sermon. For he received a letter from a girl who had stolen it, and learned that the thief had experienced a change of heart as a result of the discourse. The letteh was signed, "A Heart- Broken Young Woman," and she wrote: - "I read your beautiful sermon and was overcome with remorse. I had a good mother, but my father was a worthless man. I never had a chance to learn the difference between right and wrong, but when I read your ser mon I knew. "I am searching for work and when I get enough money. I will send the case to you. If you forgive me, please insert an advertisemet in the news papers." Ir. McBrlde said he would like to know the identity of the young woman that he might get work for her. IK. . .1. M'GEE WILLS IIODY TO SCHOOL IX)H STUDY Ten Extra Green Trading Stamps Given With Each New Prescription You want pure medicine. Correct work at right prices. TRY THE Pendleton Drug Go. IX BUSINESS FOR TOUR GOOD HEALTH." Philadelphia. Pa Dr. W. J. Mc Oee, the noted scientist anthropodo gist, geologist, hydrologist and author who died at his home in Washington of cancer after an illness of several weeks, has willed his body to Pro fessor Edward A. Spitzka of Jefferson college, in order that, the noted alien ist and pathologist may use it for dis section, and to study the cancer cells and ascertain the cause of the dis ease. It has not been uncommon for medical men to will their brains to science. . This is believed to be the first case on record where a scientist has given up his entire bodi to the cause of science. Dr. McOee made many contribu tions to science and his work was known throughout the world. In 1SSS he became geologist In the Unit ed States geological survey and spent seven years surveying and mapping 300.0H0 square miles In the southeast. One of this most Important works was the exploration of Tiburon is land, Gulf of California, where he made a study of a savage tribe of peo ple never before recorded. He then was ethnologist of the bureau of Am erican ethnology which position he oc cupied for ten years, resigning In 1903 to become chief of the department of anthropology of the St. Louis exposi tion. Later he was director of the St. Louis museum for two years, and in 1907 became secretary of the inland waterways commission, which posi tion he held at the time of his death, as well as being an expert of the de partment of agriculture. Dr. McGee never had a surname other than "W. J." and always signed and Insisted that he be addressed by those initials without periods after them. He married in 188S to a noted physician, Anita Newcomb. daughter of the late Professor Simon New- comb, lecturer in hygiene at the Uni versity of California in Berkeley, Cal. within twenty-four hours. Week-end letters under similar re strictions are rated at twenty-four words for J 1.1 5. They must be filed before Saturday midnight and will be delivered Monday morning. Five cents is charged for each additional word In both night and week-end let ters. The new rate applies to points in the United States and Canada hith erto within the so-called twenty-five cent zone. HOWS' THIS. We offer One Hundred Dollar. Keard for any case of Catarrh that canuot be cor ed by Uall'a Catarrh Cure. F. J CHEN EI k Co., Toledo .O. We. the undersigned, Dave known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and belleva him perfectly honorable In all buslneM tranaactluni and financially able to carrj ant any obligation made by bis firm. WALDINO, RINNAN ft MARVIN. Wholesale Drugglata, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh L'nre la taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mncoua surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent fiee. Price 75c, per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. lake Halls Family lllls for eonstlpa-Hon. WIHE TOLLS TO CANADA AND ENGLAND K EDUCED New York. Reductions In cable messages sent under certain pre scribed conditions, to take effect at an early date between the United States and Canada and Great Britain were announced bv the Western Union Cable System. A new class of cables known as "reduced rate messages" are to be transmitted at nine cents a word. These are to bo plain language mes sages, to be transmitted at the com pany's convenience. "Night letters" also plain lan- language messages are provided for at the rate of twelve words for sev enty five cents. They are t be filed before midnight for delivery Phone Main 134 For Feed Chicken Food Chop Barley Grain Alfalfa "Palled Hay Oats, Etc. Everything for your stock to eat A. T. MATTHEWS CO. Alta and Cottonwood Sts.. Pendleton. We are ready for you with our CHOCOLATE ICE CREAM erved with fresh Strawberries Its the kind that make you come again. Koeppen's THE DKUG STORE THAT SERVES YOU BEST.