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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON. OHEGON. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1916.
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Don'& forget
The OWL-
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a dependable smoke
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rOU have many friends, but
there's one you depend on.
You admire hiin. You like him. You
appreciate him he's dependable.
Smokers appreciate the OWL
in just the same way.
The OWL is made from lon
filler leaf, cured an average of
eighteen months. Its mildness and
flavor are dependable.
It is carefully molded by hand.
Its free-drawing and even-burning
again are dependable.
Dependability is the cornerstone
of the OWL'S popularity.
THE MILLION
DOLLAR CIGAR
M.A.GUNST ACO.
INCORPORATED
S
MKA OK NEW HOME ARMY
RimfNS HIS WORK IN BERLIN
BHltlJN. Nof. 25. Dr. Kurt Sorge
-- new technical chief of staff to
Groen?r in the department of
Munitions, who will head the Indus
tX department in the new war
mrejm of the war ministry, and up
id whom will rail a large share of
-he responsibility for the creation,
Minleoanoe and efficiency of the
ropoHd "home army" that is to
implement and sustain the armies
in the field, has arrived In Berlin to
take u his new work.
Dr. Sorge has expressed confidence
that the general plan of the "home
army" will prove successful. He
showed a keen apprecistton of the
interest displayed in America con
cerning all economic and industrial
steps which the warring nations will
take.
"I am a firm believer in taking the
neutral press into our confidence and
working with it," he said.
What To Do When
Backache Comes On
Many People Find Quick Re
lief in Foley Kidney Pill.
When Imot-icti? ( on, nnil it
as if y.ni can't ?t.n;; the urn
jirc"v;irt,- iu JO.tt !.? a In! '..
,1- ihM iK-l tt: you mt:st k.f: on
..T.Tin : tai it twr iL-ef out. It
v toort- a jit t w:ir yn out snl
v-rnni;,' fiJ't your gt-ncntl hsii.b.
r.t ixi'.Ur- of Foley Kidney fills
jd stu ; t Kinr; them at on They
si .-iiilly ! from the wry rirat dose.
IV bii Kiube i;, cue of nature's &!'.;: er
wJs ttuvt vc.r l:"1j;ys are rot in
a r..ur.rt and htfr-y .r.te. thf.t thv
wrong; .tr.t when your Uifi:i V-
r.ni;, ym rray r--- ; ur- ; -.: :a-.-e
a WtOU1 l(1'UOr,.
Poles- 1 :.!.- Vii'.- i: a lir..-
i'4 t.i-;-.r;:d ..tiv" or tn hi 1
kvtl-r 'iiiX -fin-try ir:-i..-i. T:. r j
Vt fc- m!v felt Ir. 'raproved i.iJ- i
v amt 1.1 H.'T ii'-tiu-.. n the j
p.v.y'tig w-. of t!.o.-- .'j! ;.i-d
. i.rmi'i I'.-rHfiri-. N- i: .t t,,. u- j
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TAKIN 1MU 111 K HK1)KI5 1.KKT
BAl.l. li.XMK 1SY (itK)lt Sl'OI!K.
Xcw Water Main Is Nearly Complet
ed Scaix-lty f WotHl In l at t-.iiu
Many Aijlc are shipiMil Kl.
(East Oregon ian Special.)
Mil rov vw S7. Frlilav nistu
Milton waa entertained with a basket
ball game. It being the first basket
tall game of the season. Milton took
the first game by a margin of 3 The
score l to 22. Prescott took the
end by a larger margin. The score:
to 26. The crowd was very good
the first game.
Wm. Carter of Milton is ouuaing
an addition to the Midway grocery
store. The addition is to be used oy
a creamery company. He has also
completed an up-to-ilate barn for
Monte Harrington.
Rrt .Tpr.ird wns a visitor of Milton
Thursday and Friday, looking after
some business for the East Oregnniun
of Pendleton. He was also a guest
at the home of Prof. Washburn
New Water Main.
Milton has much needed a new wa
ter main, and the men working on it
have it nearly completed. When it
is completed it will be much oeneru
ed by the people of Milton.
Scarcity of Wood.
Wood is going to be a scarce thing
before spring, not only In Milton but
in other places, for there is no cars to
3hli it In.
Many Apples Sltipied East.
The Denny Co. has Just shipped 1
cars to Chicago. The Suibhs-Shield
Co. has sent 10 cars.
Soliool Notes.
The eighth grade of central school
rendered a splendid program Friday
-iftarn.tnn null WAS pnioved bv all. It
was as follows:
Soncr hv School.
Current Events Wilbur Torgerson
Duet, Mabel Norman, Ora H. Jenkins
iiininnhi' Eiteene Downs
Reading Hugh Harris
Piano Solo Florence Milby
Play by four pupils of 8th Grade
Heading I'nlce Johnson
School Paper Louis Kendall
The high school also gave a pro
gram In assembly Fridav morning. It
was as follows
Song by School.
Piano Solo Ma Shelton
Violin Polo' Miss McCulley
Reading Harold Milby
Song Miss McOreW
Talk by Prof. Washburn
Song by School.
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Mr. J. W.-Etris.
1 -v.yi irv fc.rkck. It has been some
t i- I to- tc tn-m. d I have
: ,t I'.ri; .,!!' of tat; sftiptoms Kince."
Foley Ki.lney fills are sold every-i-htre
In Sue ar.d $1.00 sizes. The
J1.0 six is the more economic.il buy,
:.n it contains times a-s many 3
the 50c Size.
& CO.
The Hardest Test
of All
The
TJOW rar.arkMy well made
1 1
a piano must be to stand
the climatic changes ot all
countries ! Such tests are being
applied every ay to
lMOEdT:
PIANO
It is a great favorite in foreign countrie because of its marvelous staying-U-lune
quality and because it tone always remains the same under all
This f.irt alone stiowi its vmdtrfuSy durable construction proves it a re
aadulle inst rument at to attractive a price.
' We Lave The Hamilton Piano in just the style case you prefer.
l& Csny Sucli a Hakes of Piar.cs as
ItUKII A tAHK
VOHK
KAKKAND
HAMIim:N
Win.KKK
H M,irr & DAVIS
Sr.T7.OW
tH).NUAV
KlMBAIifi GRAND
KOIIfiKH CAMWtEMi
AlMt th rVUiming Famous Player Pianos:
WKKNFIt MODKIJ.A t'AKKAND CON WAT
SITROHBrni, AND OTHEK8.
flttlMts OI.ST, VKTUOLA AND COMMKIA TAI.RINO
MACHINES.
VARRQl'S HUSK HOUSE
SI I Mai Stnwt
Telephone 521
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after every meal
An Ideal Dancing Frock
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WILL KEEP PRISONERS
IN OLD SAFETY VAULT
Fquimx-d to Keep Ilurglars Out Will
He I'sed to Keep Them In.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 25. While
the supreme court of the district is in
its temporary home, it Bill confine its
prisoners during the day in a safety
vault.
The outer door of this "prison" is
equipped with all the modern appli
ances to guard It against burglars
The inner door is of two-inch steel
equipped with double key locks.
Three feet of solid brick, lined
with sheet of steel, compose the
nails of the vault, which formerly
vas med by the auditor for the Uni
ted States census bureau for the stor
xii" of documents. It is "x30 feet
square. The door wus built to pre
vent forcible inirress. It will be util
ized for the next two years to prevent
forcible egress.
When prisoners are brouuht from
the district jail they will be pluce I j
i i this vault. The keeper Is now try
ing to decide whether or not it would
not be wise to have the time lock re
moved in order to eliminate the pos
siiljlity of some practical joker forc
ing the prisoners to spend the entire
night in the vault. He will watch out
too for expert safe burglars mining
the prisoners.
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Pennsylvania Philander C. Knox,
Pittsburg, republican.
Tennessee Kenneth D. McKellar,
Memphis, democrat. ,
Txas Charles A. Culberson. Dal
las, democrat.
Utah William H. King. Suit Luke,
City, democrat.
Vermont Carroll S, Page, Hyde
Park, republican.
Virginia Claude Sw.mson, Cha
tham, democrat.
Washington Miles Poindexter,
Spokane, republican.
West Virginia Howard Suther
land, Klkins. republican.
Wisconsin Robert M. La Follette,
Madison, republican.
Wyoming John B. Kendrlck, Chey
enne, democrat.
fOOD PROBLEM REQUIRES A
WOULD WIDE VIEWPOINT
WASHINGTON. Nov. 57. The com.
merce department under the partial -supervision
of Secretary Uedfleld has
started an Investigation for Increasing
and more equally distributing the na
tions food supply. Administration of
ficials believe the liiull prices reign
tecause last year's production waa
lower than usual and eirportatlons
larger.
Officials believe the food problem
tequlrea study from the entire world"s
viewpoint and cannot be handled as
purely a domestic issue. . It la offtoi
denled that Wilson approved food embargoes.
The Charm of
Mriari Beauty
diamond without lustre. Health puts the
sparkle in the eyes, the glow in the cheeks,
the ruby in the lips buoyancy in the walk
and carriage. Pale, listless women need
A nn j
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PILL
FLORENCE WALTON, FAMOUS PLAYERS STAR IN PARAMOUNT
PICTURES.
Flesh marquisette dresses trimmed with ecru lace and pastelle sequin. Thu
nas a very low, tight fitting bodice. The hat la In brilliant yellow ailk trimmed
with handmade flowers in citron and emerald green. Colors at the belt are In
hades of mauve, blue and pink.
JOHNSON DENIES SWINti
HERMAN MI ST OVIX
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t Mi l 1 11 IT 1 i" T " I I I I I
4 m m
25 SENATORS ELECTED
AND 17 ARE DEMOCRATS
WASHINGTON, Nov. 25 Follow-ill-:
is a list of the thirty-five senators
elected at the recent election:
Arizona H. F, Ashurst. Prescott,
democrat.
Arkansas William F. Kirby, Little
Rock, democrat.
California Hiram Johnson, San
Francisco, republican.
Connecticut George P. McLean.
'iin.s!)urg, republican.
Delaware J. O. Wolcott, Wilming
ton, democrat.
Florida Park Trammel!, Tallahas
see, democrat.
Ini'iana Harry S. New, Indiana
polls, and James E. Watson, Rush
vllle, republicans.
Maine 'Frederick Hale. Portland,
and Rert M. Fernald, West Poland,
republicans.
Maryland J. Irvin France, Balti
more, republican. ,
Atassachusetta Henry Cabot Iiilge
Nahant, republican.
Michigan Charles K. Tnwnsend,
Jacksbn, republican.
Minnesota Frank II. Kellogg, St
Paul, republican.
Mississippi John Sharp' Williams,
Benton, democrat.
Missouri James A. Reed! Kansas
City, democrat.
Montana Henry L. Myers. Hamil
ton, democrat.
Nebraska Gilliert M. Hitchcock.
Omaha, democrat.
Nevada Key Pittinun, Tonopah,
democrat.
New Jersey Joseph S. Frelinghey
sen, Raritan, repuhllcnn.
New Mexico A. A. Jones, Las Ve
gas, democrat.
New York William L. Calder.
Brooklyn.
North Dakota P. J. McCumber,
Wapheton, republican.
Ohio Atlee Pomerene, Canton,
democrat.
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V
CHICAUD, Nov. 27. President U
B. Johnson, of the American Leagui
is on record today as having denied
that he said, as quoted by two lo
cal newspapers that August Herrman
chairman of the national commission,
would be deposed from that position.
At the time of issuing this denial.
"Han" added thia statement: "Thei;
will probably be a change In the com
plexion of the national baseball com
mission." Herrman is president of the Cincin
nati c'ub of the National League, and
has been halrmiin of the national
lommisson since the formation of
Ilia' body under the agreement be
tween the national and American
League.
How Publicity Helped
Mrs. Thomas to Health
IXKTOIl HAD IECIIEEI OPERA
TION WHEN SHE READ Or
MRS. IH.'NLAP S EXPKR.
IKNCK
Some time ago Mrs. It. C. Dunlap
of DeKalb, Mo., wrote (0 the St. Jo
seph, Mo., News-Pres telling how.
after years of suffering, with stomach
trouble, she had been relieved of a
quantity of gall stones and restored
to health through ulng Frutlola an!
Traxo. This letter was published and
read by Mrs. Oeorgla Coe Thomas of
Lancaster, Mo., who had been told by
her doctor, after months of treatment
for similar trouble, that nothing but
an operation would save her. Mr..
Thomas obtained Fruitola and Trnxo
from the drug store, and says ''By
k iir,c 1 hnil liiken a month's treat-
meiit I felt like a new woman; the rirst rose of Fruitola brought a large
number of gall stones and I am certain Fruitola and Traxo saved my life.
Fruitola and Traxo are compounded from the original Edrell formul-m
at the Plnui, laboratories in Montlcello. III., and can be purchased In Pen
dleton of Tallman & Co., 23 Main street; a doctor's prescription is not
necessary Fruitola is a pure fruit oil that acts us an Intestinal lubricant
and disintegrates the hardened particles that cause so much suffering, dis
charging the accumulated waste to the suffer' Intense relief. One doso
Is usually sufficient to Indicate It eflVacy. Traxo Is a ton c-alleratlve that
la most effective to rebuild and restore the weakened, rundown system.
A booklet of special Interest to those who suffer from stomach trouble
can be obtained by writing to the I'lniw laboratories. Montlcello. Illinois.
to tone the system, strengthen the stom
ach, renew appetite and increase the
supply of pure, red blood. Their use
regulates the organs, improves the com
plexion and has a helpful effect on the
general ..health of women. Beecham's
Pills are so beneficial to womankind, and
so useful in preserving the charm of
beauty, that they should be used by every
woman who wants to be well and desires
The Joy of Health
At All Druggists, 10c 15c
Dmetiont of pteial vala to womtn an with wry box
.... "The Largest Sale of Any Mcd'cjm! in the World"
SmC CRAWFISH
OYSTERS CLAMS SEA CRABS
Fine. Clean Furnished Room In Connection.
Steam Heated.
The Quelle Restaurant
Exclusive distributing depot la Pendleton (or F ALT'S Se Food.
BETTEn AND SOFTER
LIGHT
Is assured by the use of some
of these beautiful fixtures of
our. They give a light that
illuminates the room perfectly,
but that does not tire or strain
the eyes. They ore not expen
sive considering their extra, ef
ficiency and extra beauty. Why
not at least see them ?
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Boes: store building, 1 room dwelling. & lots, siock runs aooui uim
Price for all $6000.00. Cash or bankable notes. Must be sold at one
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