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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1915.
EIGHT PAGES PROBE WKLIOMKD IIY HOVSKWIVKS l.i: GI K For Your Baby. The Signature of REAR ADMIRAL'S JOB i U"l l I ITHKHHKlt r WAS 1 1 1 01 T 1)1 MUTISM N IN 1910. PAGE SIX is the only guarantee that you have tha Genuine Appointment to Nov Position Coino Sqsarelj Against the Tradition ol the Service Kuropeem War Puis Sen spvi Upon Hatter and pro- motion Is Made. prepared by him for over 30 years, YOU'LL give YOUR baby the BEST l0l Your Physician Knows Fletcher's Castoria. Sold only in one size bottle, never in bulk or otherwise; to protect the babies. LONDON. Oct. 26 (By Mall.i Dismissed in 1910 with dishonor for losing his ship. Captain E. S. Fiti herbert has just been appointed rear admiral of the British navy, suuare- ly against the traditions of the ser vice. Until the great war began the ad miralty adhered strictly to the prac tice of demoting commanders who lost their ships through negligence and ntVW granting them another command. Captain Fitiherbert lost his vessel, the cruiser Bedford, by stranding on the Korean coast. He was court martialed and dismissed. Later he was allowed to re-enter Hie navy as a superintendent of contract built ships. His success in this work re-established the admiralty's confi dence in Fitiherbert and he is now in the high ranks of the service. Rear Admiral Fitiherbert brother of Lord Stafford. is The Centaur Company, Pras't EXPORT RECORD is BROKEN Nom ork Outgoing IT.MMM a Da NEW YoRK. t volume of t Nov. 24 i 'hat munitions and foodstuffs, mostly I srain. filled the list of articles ship . l ed abroad, with clothing, shoes. : cloth for uniforms, automobiles and automobile parts following in close The great-1 order. The bulk of the exports went r recorded'1" Great Rritain. Trade Nearlj in October. snCN i"r; in the history of the - United states left Nun York harbor! XO.OOO Filipinos Trained - u wwr, uiuaii i.ir me war- ' nitAUU, Nov 24. a quaurter ling nation!, af Europe, according tojoi a million sturdy Filipinos. 60,000 umaies maae nv customs officials, of them as thoroughly trained as any -ri-. me toiai. oases: on tanulati n-j soldiers in the world, would support ,ur nmiu complete mm not nil tne i mted States If necessary ac- mori oi i ,a,"vv.uuu. or aoout cording to p. J. T. Farrell. president ." aay toe every working day of the Army and Navy Club of Chi . i..r oiumn in .-.eptemDer exports , cago and ex-surgeon-general of the "' "'K totaled l6Z.000,000.j army of the Philippines, in an ad- "Hiree hundred and nlnety.three I dress hip nearly every one laden with a, He said the Filipinos had the type capacity cargo, left New York during ..f courage that never feared death -.iUl-r as compared with 353 in and that their cooperation woulld wmoer. rne tabulation shows invali Arson Kind's Queen Is on Probation OAKLAND, Call.. Nov 24 Jeanne lUirright, confessed queen of the Pa cific coast arson ring, was granted probation by Judge Ogden for five years. Her husband, Lester, con fessed accomplice. Is awaiting trial. Hob Market Established. SALEM, Ore., Nov. 24. The cultural department of the Salem Commercial club now has a hog mar ket in full blast. the month over five carloads of hogs have been purchased. The establish ment of the hog market is in line with the policy of the Commercial club to find a market for all product of farmers. be in a crisis. Oregon Theatre UliDAY NGIHT s NOVEMBER 28 SEAT SALE SATURDAY 10 A. M. WARREN'S MUSIC STORE MAIL ORDERS RECEIVED. TO BE PRESENTED WITH THE SAME BIG NEW YORK COMPANY AND PRODUCTION AS SEEN IN SPOKANE THIS WEEK AT THE AUDITORIUM THEATER. A SHOW THAT IS GUARANTEED TO KEEP YOU AWAKE. PRICES $1.50, $1 00 syid 50c. Beware of cheap substitutes. In these days of Keen competition It is important that the public should see that they get Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and not take substi tutes sold for the sake of extra prof it. Chamberlain's Cough P.emedy has stood the test and Oeen approved for more than forty years. Obtain able evereywhere. Adv. Aid Offered by Maroon- KINGSTAN, Jamaica, Nov. The Maroons, who are descendants "f Spanish negro slaves who fled to the hills when the English conquered Jamaict and who since then have been a free and warlike people, have offered 000 men to Jamaica's Kit chener contingent. The offer is under consideration, and it is thought that the Maroons may be sent to Africa to fight against the Germans there. NEW YORK, Nov. 25. Mrs Jul ian Heath, president and founder of the National Housewives League, says the officials of the league will agri-1 welcome the olosest investigations of their methods, by members of the New Jersey branch of the League. Since the first of , who have demanded ,n investlratlnn ' by the attorney general of New York, j According to the Jersey insurgents the row started earn m September, when the members received a letar on the official stationery of the league, signed by Mrs. Heath, en dorsing a certain brand of soup .and enclosing a reprint or a page "ad" In the "Housewives' League Maga zine." the official organ of the na tional body. These letters set the members won dering how such endorsements were obtained. It is alleged that manu facturers of food products were com pelled to buy advertising space in I the magazine before the league effl-l j dais would consent to test the pro- I ducts. 24.- j NEW ARRIVALS MAKE Wrigley's couldn't be better if made for the crowned heads It's the smoothest, cleanest, most delicious chicle confection possible to produce. It has gained first place as the largest seller in the world strictly on its merits. Look at the sealed package. It guards the contents against air, moisture and impurity as carefully as men, machines and money can make it. Every buyer of Wrigley's gets what he's entitled to a Perfect Product. WRAPPED IN TOOL Chew H after every meal For "WRIGLEY'S MOTHER GOOSE new jingle book, write Wm. WHgley Jr. Co., 1227 Kniw CHICAGO APPEARANCE AT ADAMS BOUNCING BABY BOYS ARE BORN TO TWO WELL KNOW N FAMILIES. OREGON THEATRE Tuesday. Nov. 30th A. H. WOODS PRESENTS THE WORLD'S GREATEST COMEDY SAME, HLTURW jv c COMmNY PRODUCTION PRJC&S 11 YOU DID NOT SEE THIS LAUGHING COMEDY i ST YEAR THEN ASK ANYONE WHO DID AND HEY WILL SAYDON'T MISS IT. PRICES 50c, $1.00, $1.50. SEATS AT WARREN'S MUSIC STORE MONDAY. MAIL ORDERS NOW. Many in Asylum. SALEM. Ore., Nov 24 The state hospital for the insane is getting close to Its capacity, according to Superintendent Steiner. The total was 1502 while the capacity of the institution Is 1(25. DO YOU FEEL HEADACHY? LOOK TO YOUR STOMACH It is an unusual thing for a drug gist to sell medicine under a guar antee to refund the money if it does not cure Tet this is the way Tallamn & Co. the popular druggists are sell ing Mi-o-na. the standard dyspepsia remedy Never before have they had so large a number of customers tell thme that a medicine has been su cesful as with Ml-o-na. People who a few months ago looked like walk ing skeletons have nut on flesh and today are ruddy and vigorous with I n""" perfect digestion and good health. There is no longer any need for anyone suffering or making thiir , friends suffer on account of dys pepsia. Mi-o-na can always be re-1 lied upon. The percentage of cures; is so great that there Is little risk to Tallamn & Co in guaranteeing to re-1 turn the money if the merlcine do?s do sonot relieve And they stand ready to do so without an 0,ttSS tlonB. Kfit'liir'hpH nil forms fit' tnrl .rest ion specks before the eyes, dizzy feelings 1 I"""""" and all forms of liver trouble are helped by Mi-o-na. A few days treatment should show considerable gain In health while a complete cure often follows rapidly. I ADAMS, tire., Nov. 24. A baby boy I was born to Mr. tad Mr. Charles iocbatl weighing 7 pOUndl. He has ! been named Chjirles Louis Schatz. -Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Lieuallen mo ; tored to Weston Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Klrbv motored : to the county seat Sunday. Joe Payant was in Adams Sunday. Dock Whitley and Mr. Sompson I were hauling hay for O. M. Morrl- i son Monday. i A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Coffee. J. W. Spencer was a viBitor at the j county seat Sunday. Charles Nelson was a visitor In Ad lams Sunday. Dr. McKlney was in Adams Mon day.' The Adams skaters will have an other skate Kridav evening. Kvery body is invited. John Adams was in Adams thiH week. Mrs. Chester Osmmel and children arrived in Adams Sunday evening to spend Thanksgiving with her parents Mr. and Mrs. M. ft Mclntyre. Mr. Jess Kopps was a visitor at his In Pendleton Sunday. The Misses Kuth. Neva, Grace and Beula Edwards returned Bunds eve ning to their home in Pendleton af ter spending the latter part of the week with their grand parents. Guy Mayberry was ;t visitor at the county seat-Monday. Mr and Mrs. Pert Kirby motored to the county seat Monday. Mrs. J. I). Harrah was a visitor at the county seat Tuesday. Mrs. Celia Krebs motored to the county seat Tuesday to take her mu. AvMffl $7 ink .an-PH. ITS AN OUTRAGE. no deposits of cryolite in thi-i eoun- It Is said that American trade! try? Our lack of such deposits is with Greenland Is confined to the lin-1 evidently due to the "democratic free port of cryolite from that frigid re- j trad law." With sufficient protec gton, which furnishes all the cr.volite tli.n to encourage it. Nature would used by the world for the making of I undoubtedly net busy and c rente Am ine opauqe glass for enameling Iron-lerlcan deposit! of cryolite "under the ware. In lsl" our Imports of i r o. I flag " Philanthropic Americans lite amounted to 36 tons, valued at would discover the deposits and de- $6. a ton. and for the rear enditi. June 30. 1915, the imports were 4 56 tons, worth 120 a ton. Isn't it an outrage that we hKVI velop them -thus giving work to American labor at "the American standarrl of wages ' That would increase the cost of enameled ware. and the American consumer's pock etbnok would nave I new tnrif' pira site San Francisco Star ;reMv order ships Home. LONDON, Nov 24 Oreece ha ordered all Greek merchantmen to leave French and Italian ports Im mediately, according to an Kx hange Telegraph dispatch received her from Copenhagen .1. W I'eringer silted Hteven the store Monday. Kd Mi ntj re w; Moli CREAM FOR CATARRH OPENS UP NOSTRILS Tells How To Let Quick Relief from Bead-Colds. It's Splendid! In one minute your clogged nos trils will open, the air passages of your head will clear and you can breathe freely. No more hawking, snuffling, blowing, headache, dry ness No struggling for breath at night, your cold or catarrah will be tone. Get a small bottle of Ely's Cream Balm from your druggist now. Apply a little of this fragrarrt, antiseptic healing cream In your nostrils. It penetrates through every air passage of the head, soothe the inflamed or swollen mucous membrane and relief , come Instantly. If Just fine. Don't stay stuffed-1 up with a cold or nasty catarrh re lief comes to quickly Jery Stone was in Adam this week, The Adams band will meet Wed nesday night for a special practice "lis IJeuallen returned home Wed nesday evening to ipenn Thanksgiv ing wilh hi parents Mr and Mrs. T. A. Lieuallen. Miss Pearl Wilson returned home Wednesday for Thankagivlng. Wliat Bid lie snv ' LONDON. Oct s.--(By Mall.i Compllmentlng himself on having Just completed his 50th year in the lirltlsh army. Major General Lord 'heemore went for a stroll In Trafagar Square and wa Immedi ately recognized and invited to en list by an enterprising recruiting sargeant RMllSfl Hide Much footl PRTROORAD, Nov 25. In '- ni'cnn with the f.J and luel problems, a census Is proceeding In Pctrograd. Many l)uge private a., res oi sugars, flour end firewood hive been discovered, which partiv plains the prevailing March). The owners In several !. p eibh resisted the official When You Feel Out of Sorts SSas it means that something, is wroner with vour nhvsical eondi tion. Those dull eyes, that tired feeling, headache, disturbed sleep, disordered stomach, sallow skin and bad taste in the mouth, are signs that your digestive organs are not in good order. Get the stomach and liver actinc nronerlv. and these disagreeable symptoms will disappear. It is a simple matter to keep these important organs in healthy condition by taking BEECHAMS PILLS for this remarkable remedy possesses medicinal virtues which stimulate a-sluggish liver, regulate the bile, and give the stomach new strength to digest and assimilate its food. Thev also carry off the impurities from the system, improve the blood, and bring back the hue of health to the cheeks. Beecham's Pills are not a "cure-all," but a splendid con ditioner whenever you are out of sorts and know you need something for your liver, digestion, bowels or blood. When you teel that way, you can always count on Beecham s Pills to set you right. 1 hey quickly build upa run-down system and Lufnt Salt of Any Afn.-riiK is At World. Put You in Fine Fettle At All Dnggittt 10c, 25c.