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TEN PAGES DAILY EAST OBEGONIAN, PENDLETONOREGON. THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1917. ,ipmiM!HmHwtimNmi!mflnnnffmtmmptnw IIFflfflOTflll firnniT ruamiimimiMiimuMMiMii liLlli' llu I liil tlLuKUl I GIVES BIG SEND OFF i I e i 5 II ii E X 3 E 3 E 3 i i ii E 1 ii i i E -S ii E 3 if 13 ii ri f-.s: Si. o Cadillac - saiioi ' These favorite cars are Exide Equipped LISTEN, OWNERS Have you had your batteries inspected this month -ITS FREE YOU KNOW 3 U J:. Dip ATcetylene Welding E IDE SERVICE STATION Cylinder Grinding All our general overhauling of cars is guaranteed lor 1 year. 3ifMnimauMMnn(fmmniiinfimnififimlntMifMiimHiiiiiMiiffilMllfllil!ini ffjllHMMIMlliyMlto2lWi ARMY OFFERS CHANCE FOR NEW AVIATORS Facts a to Requirement and Possibilities of ThU Line of Service. The following Information reirard. In service In the Aviation Section of the United States army, with the fol lowing designations. sr announced as aviation schools: Aviation Company "A" Blimal t'orps. Station: Aviation School, Ban niea-o. California. Aviation Company 'B," Signal l-orps. Wat ion: Aviation School, Mlneola, U I., New Tork. Aviation Company TV Blirnsl Corps. Station: , Aviation School, t'hlcaa-o. Illinois. HAD TltOlHI! FOVR OR l-TVR YKAJW. No one appreciates rood health like, those who are III. W. J.- Furry. K F. I), f. Salem, Mo., writes: "I have been bothered with bladder me a great deal of pain. I took dif ferent medicines, but nothing did me any good until 1 got Foley Kidney 1-llla." Many persons suffer from kidney and bladder trouble when they can bs relieved. Backache, dlxslnees, rheumatic pains, stiff or sore joints sad other symptoms yield to Foley KNatf Pills. Tsllman A Co. Aviation Company "D" Signal Corps, station: Aviation Depot, Fort Sam Houston, Texas. Aviation Company "B" Sinnal Corps. Station: Balloon School, Fort Omaha, Nebraska. Tho Signal Corps of the Army Is divided into two parts one part la charged with the duties pertaining, to transmission of military Information and the supply of the aignal equip, ment. which is known as the Signal Corps proper, and the part concerned with providing the aviation service of the army which is known as ths av iation Section. Any person possess, ing knowledge of ths following may he enlisted directly for the Aviation Section: Aviators, machinists, bal- loonlsts. mechanicians snd chauffeurs until such time as al Irxlstlng vacan cies are filled. ' Rxcrlleat oimortnnlties. Probably no other branch of the government service gives men such opportunity for varied service In all parts of the world., as well aa rapid promotion. It will be observed that ths great number of non-oommisslon. ed. of fleers offers the most excellent opportunity for promotion. In ths ses of men of high chsracter who show proficiency In special phases of the work to a responsible, well psying grade, and in addition a number of enlisted men have the rating of avia tion mechanician, which rating to made after an examination before a board composed of three officers of experiencs In aviation service Also, i each enlisted man while on duty that requires him to participate regularly ana frequently in aerial flights, or while holding the rating of aviation mechanician, shall receive an increase of 60 per cent in his pay. Spring. Spring Is looked upon by many as the most delightful season . of . the yesr, but this cannot be said of the rheunutic The cold and damp weather brings on rheumatic oaina which are anything . tjtit pleasant. They can be relieved, however, bv applying Chamberlain's Unlment. Obtainable everywhere Adv. SNOW HINDERS LOGGING. HOOD RIVER, Ore., April 17. Disappointing scores of amateur gardenera who, stimulated by the Joint O.-W. R a N. and Oregon ag. ricultural college food preparedne-H' campaign, had planned to spend the day In preparation of vacant lots, snd members of Twelfth company. Coa- Artillery Corps, who were scheduled to participate in a day of field ma neuvers west of the city, wlntryblasls prevail over the mid-Columbia. . While a cold rain fell on the lowr levels, it has snowed ' throughout the day at Dee and in the upper valley. The snow la so heavy at the logging camp of Oregon Lumber company, on lbs headwaters of the west fork of Hood River, that work is delayed. flfl 1 a w- infiniitni in slam mmnii Mi C- X $ jp I C f f f i v 1 f I f it AV.S v" .iff V g?m g$m A''!"W. WWf M Sf 1? IOGAW TODD ESCORTKD TO THAIIf BY TEAOHHK8 AND MKMBiaw of hiuh mmootj. Pretty Operetta Is Presented) by Stu. dans Friday Night and Morn Kn JoSed by Large AmUence; Otfaer . Nasi Notes of Inter eitt. (Bast Oregon Inn Special.) HJBKMISTON. April 18. Amid the blare of trumpets and the rattle of the drum," young Logan Todd left this morning for Pendleton to Join the navy. Hs is the first member of the Hermiston high school to enlist his services for the country, and. im bued with the patriotism of the hour, the student body ss well as professors and teachers, marched to the depot this morning to the accompaniment of the big high school drum to see him off. Logan Is the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. R. C Todd, and the second one of their sons to join the navy within the past ten days. James Todd having enlisted a few days ago. The latter served on the Mexican border with the Kentucky Headquarters Company, and was recently muster ed out. . g-g I Logan was a member of the Junior S class of the Hermiston hlKh school, ?5 and very popular with his fellow slu gs 'dents. Irish School Olvrs play. The Windmllla of Holland,-1 .an s3 operetta In two parts, put on by the students of : the . . Hermiston Hign School Friday night was very much j enjoyed by the large audience pres- f ent. and was pronounced one of the best little attractions ever shown here. The leading parts were taken by George Prindle as "Mynheer Her' togenbosch"; Margaret Shotwell as 'Trouw Hertogenbosch". his wife: Gladys and Althea Smith as "Hilda ' and -Wllhilmlna," their daughters: Louis Garner as "Frans." rich farm er's son in love with Hilda; "Hans " student of music In love with Wilhi mlna, Carroll Reeves; Esther Graham "Kairina," rich farmer's daughter: Durrell Murchle as "Bob Yankee." American traveling ealesman. The chorus of farmers daughters was composed of Esther Graham. Nellie Dnvls. Marion Briggs, Jsnice Brig- ham. Bertha MCKeen, Francis Hlnkle. Viola Crandall. Emily Shotwell, Dor othy Rosa. Mildred Percy and Elean or easterly. Mies Georgia Skinner was the accompanist for the produc tion, and the scenery was painted by George Prindle. star of the cast. It wsa a pretty little play, and beautifully presented under the effi cient direction of Miss Kate Barton, teacher of English and History in the high school.- As an added attraction to the evening's entertainment, a concerto was delightfully rendered by Mrs. Thomas Hawthorne and Miss Francie Walpole of Irrigon. Also a song by the Hermiston high school ouartet and a 'Dutch Ixillaby by Miss Francis Hlnkle. Mr. and Mrs. De B. Martin of Tr. rlgon were guests at the Newell home fteturdny and Sunday. J. Herbert Strohm Is spending a few dave in Portland. Dr. F. K. Borden was a profession al visitor here Monday. M. C Mets of Pendleton spent Tues day in the city. Joe Dorsey, brother of Mrs. J. tt. Toung, left Monday for his home in Pendleton after assisting several weeks at the U. 8. experiment farm. Mrs. Irvln Gardner and her mother, Mrs. H. C. Canfield. were In the city today from their home on Butter Creek. HOUSTON ASKS FOR MORE SPRING WHEAT If you could dissect SAVAGE you'd realize that "Heap big mileage" is built into it during every minute of its manufacture. Highest grade rubber and fabric, perfectly balanced de sign, most careful workmanship, full size. A tough road-gripping trtid neither as baavy astspreduc stiff, sees, nor te light as te give inniftVient protection la the carcass Cushion ef high-(rade resilient rubber absorbs the read abocka Sidcwall tpKially ahapsd te dutnbut flexing will net crack And the carcsM finest Ses Island cotton. Ion f nbre.teugh. triple tested, built up layer by layer bits the strangest carcass that can bet High mileacc. low cost pet mile. Sold Irani factory to you Uueugb our own distributors Watch lor the red Savage sign. TIRES Hnup big mifnngn Pendleton Cycle 223 E. Court St. Pendleton, Oregon a ACT l IT J ' Sill I anariNiT TuatB lit 7 I I I I J rJf aesxearateaslaxeMswskxtas Agriculture Secretary Fear Shortage From Winter KHIing. WASHINGTON, Aprtl 17. Farm ers of the spring wheat belt, particu larly thosa.of North Dakota, Minne sota, South, Dakota, Washington, Montana and Idaho, were called upon by Secretary Houston today to plant more wneat immediately. A serious shortage Is threatened by the unpromising condition of the winter wheat crop. Action at once Is imperative, said the secretary, and the best opportuni ties will be found In the regions in which spring wheat already is pro duced extensively. "Attempts to increase the acreage of spring wheat outside the present spring wheat belt, on the other hand. might prove less successful because of a lack of familiarity by farmers I with the crop," continued the state ment, ''and especially because of the difficulty of obtaining harvesting ma. cbinery and the added likelihood of the crop suffering' for a lack.. of la bor at harvest time. A concentration of large crop production will make possible the more efficient utilization of labor, whether the laborers assent-, ble Individually or under, a directing agency. "The bulk of the spring wheat of the United states is grown in five states: North Dakota. Minnestots, South Dakota, Washington and Mon tana. While production Is relatively small in the remaining states, a num ber of communities exist In each of these states In which the growing of spring wheat Is well established. Such communities, like those in the principal spring wheat growing states, offer good fields for the ex tension of the spring wheat acreage. "Seeding is already under way throughout the greater portion of the spring wheat belt, but In many sec tions it should be possible to Increase appreciably the area seeded to wheat during the next few weekks. Where such increase would interfere with the conduct of an established indus try, such as dairying It would, of course, be inadvisable." Safe Mecttrine for Children. ' "Is it safe " la the first question to be considered when buying cough medicine for children. Chamber. Iain's Cough Remedy has long been a favorite with mothers of young children as It contains no opium or other 'narcotle. and may be given to a child as confidently as to an adult. It Is pleasant to take. too. which la of great Importance when a medi cine must be given to young children. This remedy Is most effectual In re lieving coughs, colds and croup. Ob talnable everywhere. Adv. Many a man's failure is due to Ms having ' wasted his time envying the sueeess or his neighbors strenuous efforts. LONG AND SHORT OF MARINE CORPS in wly tafcxiattMfifcmnMfc- enrtta owfitW wtetie.. MH1WI. fTKttO !) rMtau)j Walewaoev hi 4 IwlM lj , IgV . .... j , r J - I , i t. :' , . . . ... v ij i 1)4 .v I ii' i C U.S.MAWNES It is claimed that these two mem-;'narlestown. Mass, navy ward. 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