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t PACK SIX DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. PENDLETON. OREGON. TUESDAY, MARCH 13. 1917. TEN PAGES 4- M g"". -ssjrm------rm--4 am inuki-undkn; kewspafeb. trail- anil K-ml We-kt it l'a- Hrnn, oref-aa. try th AW OUKiioMiN I'UKLISIIINO CO. Cltv Official Paper. County Official paper. Member United Press Association s' h pnatofflr at ro1lton. as HroDcim mall natter. ON SAI.K IN jJTMKH CITIES fmsinlal UotW Nam. stand. Portlaad. nana Co.. Portland. Orasoa. ON ril.R AT M-aim Rur-aa, rXi Perrjrlt- BnlMln WaaklnirtoB, U. C, Bar a, 601 Fow ssaek Sireat, N. W. SUIUK'RIPTION RATES 1N ADVANCM Vwilr ae ar, by mnll l-atjy. montha, by lonll... VNalty. tan-a roan t tin, by malt Mir, mottle, by mall ,,, , Iwjt, ea rear, by carrier , , -i!y, ati aaonlhs, hy earrler. af4r, teree months, by carrier amy, oae month, by carrier asi Weejrly. one 'year, by mi inrnl-Weekly. ail months, by am(-Wekty, four montha. by mall.. .5 00 2 SO 1.25 SO . T.SO S T.-v l.M (15 1.50 .75 r.RTT. a e By Read TUiin. from "Ttie Foots of the Future A College Anthology." l-ubllshed by The rSumtXord Co . Boston. chairmanship of the foreign relations committee they could do so without taking: unprece dented action. During- the administration of Grant, Senator Sumner of Massachusetts was removed by the republicans from the chairmanship of the foreign affairs committee because he was not in harmony with the white house policies. There are many who would like to see Stone replaced as chairman of the foreign af fairs committee, not merely because of his support of the filibuster but because, he is at all times a slippery politician. He is not the type of man we should have as head of such an important committee. TURNING WESTWARD CHARGED-VVITH PLOHiNG REVOLTS IN US; XTeara'a a potent, pregnant aometb in that true- hearted men admire. a Arad it isn't t-rm or beauty and 4a u isn't death or fire: ft" a steady, pounding- offence when 1 he odds are very V great, And a heady, stubborn defence when t he cause is lost for sore; -m U'a tbe soul of all Rood fighters who strike at man or fate. a- Ftarr ' clean throughout the fSi atrtucrrle, Tim and just ai endure. " It's the stuff they have with- - In them. ' era That lets no knock chagrin W them. - Take it. smile and hit rm it's orit! ' ', WAR IS NOT INEVITABLE HE right of a nation to arm its merchant ships for defense has always seen recognized by- interna tional law. In ancient times it . vu necessary for - ships to ' earry armament for protection i) against buccaneers. The pres ' -cut action of the United States :s abundantly justified by the Vrennan submarine campaign.. 'Indeed it is made imperative, I ,; if nr commerce is to be sus-j iained. The kaiser by decree ia virtually ordered that Jthe '-'Commerce of the world shall vea.'. For rractical purposes ' w has prohibited trading be ten the ei'. stern continent .-Mid the wctnrn. . His decree applies tp aly clas-ses of busi rs and to neutral ships and -ren as well a to those of bel ligerent nation.,. Hif orders aire that all ships, of whatso ever nature, found in the pr--cribed waters shall be ?jnk st sight without investigation rr warning and without giving irOM aboard ?.ny chance to es - -Capf. No civilized nation in monition to protect itself can ee expected to' acquiesce in arich a barbarous proceeding. Yet Uie United States must ei Iher admit the German right to nominate the sea in this man ner or protective steps must -e taken. Our government has ieeted to sustain its rights and nerchant ships will according r be armed f;r defense. It is rhe only cour e we could take with propriety. Yet it does it necessarily mean war be ivero Amerka and Germany. We are givin,- Germany no ?jause of war because we but xercue a tirre honored ripht. "War. if war c imes. will result ewause of atiacks upoa our ?ixs by Oerman submarines, urh attacks may be made but here? is strong probability Ger many will re-pert our nhips aid thus avoid bringing us in to the struggle. , IN GRANTS TIME HERE are signs that the Vit high prices ruling for all farm products will sti mulate' the current of immigra tion to the western states. Ac-j cording to M. E. Hay, ex-gov ernor of Washington, the rail roads give assurance that more lomesteaders will come west ward this year than during any previous season. One or ganization in Spokane has re ceived nearly 1000 inquiries regarding farm lands since January 1.' The situation means - that eastern folk tiring of payipg high nrices for foodstuff wish to turn producer. .The high prices at which land is held will -prevent most people from taking such a step. Neverthe less we. may safely look for many newcomers this year and a net gain in our farming po pulation is to be expected. Furthermore there will be a tendency to bijng unused farm ing land under cultivation. COMPARING APPROPRIATIONS qtf HE congress that just ended appropriated a good bit of money, spite of the fact that four of the big exDense-carrying bills fell by the wayside. But let us see just how the increase over nor mal times is apportioned. The total appropriations this year are close to $1,200,000, 000: the same bills in 19I called for an expenditure of $689,339,000. That is a neat little difference, but it must not be overlooked that $400, 000.000 more is appropriated for the navy this year than in 1914; and $46,000,000 more for fortifications. ' The great proportion of our increased national ex penditure comes in the line of military preparedness. And tiiat, we believe, will be -approved by the people 'as -Mi whole. Boston Post. ' Bagdad was once the chief city of the world with a popu lation of two millions; now there are millions of people who did not know of its exis tence until it was captured by the British", such a shifting sandpile is this world of ours. The Gill trial is displaying to the public one feature ol the Seattle spirit. One r-.nndred nhone calls a day is the average per person; some people in Pendleton ma terially raise .the average. Tht eniintrv is with TOU Mr. President, come what may.-". rHOULD the United -Lu) States senators in ac C" cord with Iresident Wil ton's foreign policy wish to wst Senator Stone from If "vi 1 . s i Dr. Ernest Skunner, a German sub ject, and Dr. Chandra Chaklaberty. a Hindu, arrested in New Tork charged with having conspired to conduct a military expedition atrnlnst i friendly foreign nation, are shown above. Below is Wolff von Isel, no torious Welland Canal, plotter - and Termer attache of the- Oerman Km! hassy at Washington, w hem the Hln-J 1u is alleged to have told the Newt' Tork police gave him IbO.000 In on! lump for use in "German propaga la" In the Vnlted States. Von Igel is now on his way to Germany wHth Count von Bernstorff under a safe conductprocured him by the United Stales. In raiding the magnificently fur nished house occupied by 8kunner and Chaklaberty the police seised 10, 000 aluminum caps, a great many doc uments and largequantitles of cheml cajs. It Is alleged Jthat the German and the Hindu hnd conspired to ship arms and ammunition from the United States to China, there to be anuxglea into India for a proposed Hindu re volt vnder German auspices. 28 Years ,Ago Today (From the Ially "East Oregonlao. March 11, 1189.)" k ' The following good story Is told on a prominent .cltixen of Pendleton: His wife had been absent about a month and the P. C. had been boarding at a hotel. The other evening he thaught he would walk byhis residence and see how things were going and was surprised to see a light in the window. Entering he found his wife domiciled therein. She had "been home for three or four days and he had just diacorered the happy fact. , v ' E. J. Sommerville has purchased the handsome residence property ol W. T. Chalk on Vincent and Lewis. Mr. Chalk " returned this morning from the sound. O. I. 1 Dos. one of Pendleton's most enthusiastic fishermen, made a record the other day of i trout which although small Is the best sin gle day's catch of the season. Tt is rumored that another newspa per will soon make Its appearance In Pendleton. More will be known afiout the matter tomorrow. Its Initial date of issue. grants found a roll of stale butter along its banks? That Turner Oliver of La Grande, appointed registrar and attorney of the new Spokane land bank, has liv ed 5 a of his S7 years In Union county? REALTY TRANSFERS DO YOU KNOW That membership In the Red cross chapter does not involve obligations for service? That before he became' governor of Oregon. Z. F Moody headed the party that surveyed the Umatilla reserva tion during the seventies? . That Hartman Long began repair ing bicycles 10 years ago this month? Th.l Prank Vajlh. new chief of DO lice, was formerly a deputy sheriff in Morrow county? m. t(nlrr lreejr took Its name from the fact that a party of imnil. Warranty Deeds. James Noland. to N. C. W. Invest ment Co.. 1, NW. 1-4 N'E. 1-4 Sec. 11, Tup. N. R So. , F. G. Koontx, et ux, to M. W- Han sell, 110, lots 6 and S. ' block 11. Athena. James Power, et ux, to C. C. Hos klns, $700, X.. 1-2 N. 1-2 Sec. 8, Twp. 4 North. Range 30. ' Alex Oliver, et al. to Hose B. Webb, $750. lot 4, Block 6 of Kcho. Northern Pacific Railway Co., to Jerinda F. Wood. $20. W. 1-2 BE 1-t SW. 1-4 and B. 1-2 SW. 1-4 SW. 1-4 Sec. 35. Twp. N. R. S. Cunningham Sheep Land Co.. to Carl Weinke, et al. $4000, NW. 1-4 SE. 1-4 Sec 24. Twp. 1 N.. It. 2. Maud Dupuis. et vlr. to Watts Rogers. $1.00, lots 1. 2. 3, 4. 5 and (, Block 2, Weston. Carrie H. Shields, to her husband. S. 8. Shields. $10, 1.7 acres In Sec. 34. Twp. N., R. 35 and ocres in Sec. 1. Twp. S N.. R. 35. , ,8. S. Shields, to his wife. Carrie M., $1. acreage In Sec. 1. TWp. E N., R. 37 said Sec. 12, Twp. 5 N.. R. 3. -ITAI.V A1KO MAT COI'XT 1'PON OBITl'AHV.' SWS AtiKWY TH-nlcH That Hlmlenlrarjr slid I.irdcn. dorff Devlded Agalnxt Off, slve In TrcaiiliMi. BERLIN, March 12 The official Over-eas News Agency denies the re port published In British newspnpers that Field Marsnal'on Hivnilenbure and General von Ludendorff, after thoroughly Inspecting the Austro Itallan front In the Trentlno. had d. .i .,.. nrri In favor of an offensive la this region because of the lack of rallwaySlinea. The news agency ears: "Neither F'eld Marshal ran Hln denburg nor Quartermaster-General HEAD OF SUFFRAGE INAUGURAL PARADE ; ? ' t - I it ' t r? i . JS-aansasmaa) HAGNIFICEIIT PERHAKQIT SAIIITARY PERPETUALLY II '---!riv.'...JrU.aa. : e ' ' r , ' Pendleton's Proposed Mausoleum Knov; lis is ? rao Cemeteries Are Movable Large cities, almost without ex ception, and agreat many smaller communities have had to move their cemeteries not once but many times and usually for sanitary reasons. Pendleton has already undergone this ordeal and has nb assurance that the future will' not bring a re petition. We do not know of a cem etery anywhere whose officials ab solutely guarantee undisturbed per petual possession of burial lots not withstanding the fact that warranty deeds are given. In many other instances ceme teries have been abandoned when all the available space was occu pied and the consequent neglect has resulted in utter desolation. It is evident that the dead are not secure unless in an immovable structure. Mausoleums Not Movable Community Mausoleums meet the demands of those not satisfied with the temporary character of the grave. These steel-reinforced mon olithic concrete structures not only are imperishable and immovable but" also are entirely sanitary. therefore they are exempt from dis turbance by the health authorities. Nor is the Community Mausoleum ever abandoned, because the perma- ' nent endowment fund is placed on the building as a whole, not on single crypts, and is not subject to recall by crypt-owners. In this way the entire building 1s taken care of. Weeds do not grow on the marble face of the snow-white vault even if the friends of the deceased never visit it. Which appeals to you, the temporary grave of the permanent ' 'Community Mausoleum? Mausoleum to be erected in Olney cemetery. Make your reservations now. Portland Mausoleum Co. CHAS. J. SCHUMANN, Selling Agent Pendleton Hotel Ludendorff made any such statement. The entente newspapers always re main the same. It was the case with Hervla and Rumania. First applau-e. then appeasing, then comfort, and nt las, an obituary notice upoft which Italy may also count." Universal military tralnlni.' will make young Americans loik better and feel better. Also It will enaliie them to flht better and les fre quently. Is it a CcSd, Cough or Bad Blood ? Dr. Pirroe'i Medical Discovery not snJy cares the cough bnt it is m won ierfnl altermtivft and tonic. It baitda op th wak body I Get it this very day from any med icine dealer, in eitlwr liquid or tablet form, or send 10 cent to Dr. Pierce, InyaiMiH' Hot-., linlfaJo, . l.( lor large trial "packnK of tablitf. IJontainfl iieiwier alcohol nor nar- tnttr. Its ingredients are made pau se and printed on wrapper. It' a mire alterative extract made with cly Onrine from native root and herb. Have vtn become run-down, weak. mariateI. pale arter a toiijt siege of cold T l)oe tlie akin hnw that the blood ia thin and waterv? Spring m the time when vitality in at it h.net(t bb clenn ixiiine tuw by ridding in bodv of it aceninnlaUtl pie.in. Ke fresh 4m blMKl niUi a ftirnii kiting t-nic. lrolit by the exp-ri.Mtex m other, uild np tin cy ft i-in ,tU a reliable -emedy, mirli ax It. Vicrt-fV (if.lden Medii-al I)itc.vi-r,', i 1h Ii r-tood the tt of time, and for nrly a lit.lt f'a century ha tld iur largely than any ot!ir blnl it-im-d"- i ..aiimi-nn ttt tvi' ' - - f, - mxm.&r-u&a ThfM vr Die wom-n who led th Itttle band of ardrnt iif fraffi-i In I-nra-1 truund th White fiou or twn. X. J.; Mi Mary Paiteron, ' Ira. WMIIain Knt. MJa Ann Martin., If t..u. .11 l -w t..-Anat J. A. Hopkln. of Morri9- llllta. March 4, dplte the usual Ina'ian ratio weather. Left to right they tre: Un Take This Caae for Intince. Beaver. f-Tejjnii. I wa infffrinp longer than 1- m Milan with art lima bronchitis and tre thnat. I had a rrry bad eolith, ditlu'tilty in breath ing, tiplttnf-t-a abut the chet; could not e1 -. ; . no appetite; w aiwav tireI. I u;is tiinniny down, frrnu 1H pou i.d h to Mi. Kry oir- I "M rue I tnn Ft die. I t-tarted t n-e the ' fit l den M-dtral Diernvery. ami with the beat of results. I ned three bottt-, which cored nie. I have no athma. no conjjh, no .re thniat, no difficulty n breathinj; anv nHre. rtronchitie la Iff tie. I Mianh Pr iV-rre f-r hi kind dvics." Mn. Ti!if::iA ToTZATK. Report of the Condition of -The- AmeriGan Nat onal Bank Pendleton, Oregon March 5, 1917 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts U. S. Bonds (at Par) Warrants and Securities Stock in Federal Reserve Bank.. Banking: House Cash on hand and in. Banks ..$1,824,501.97 .. 306,500.00 13,403.55 12,000.00 60,000.00 802,197.24 $3,008,602.76 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 300,000.00 Surnlus 100,000.00 Undivided Profits 49,696.22 National Currency 299,997.50 Deposits 2,258,909.04 $3,008,602.76 STRONGEST BASK IN EASTERN OOT