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PAGE FOUR DAILY EAST OREGONTAN. PENDLETON. OREGON. "lHURSDAY, MAY 3, 1917. ocaoi IOC30I 10 ' Mrs. oeorice Shaxiard and daughter. Mr. T. J. Kobnett of Wasco will ar AltHl Mary Alice Shanrtrd left yester j rive thle evening to visit, her brother, day for a brief visit with friends and j J. P. Walker. relative In Forest Urove and Van- j john Schmidt, who was in from his couver. j ranch on upper McKay yesterday, says ! the snow is now gone from the bottom A very pleasing program was pre- ; lands but that the roads are extreme ente4 yesterday afternoon at the . ly Md ln hls neighborhood, meeting of the three women's organ- iznttoiw of the church of the Kedeem- T held at the Rectory Following thi : ttUMinesN eeewion Miss Sophie Anderson I wtns severai solos, accompanied by j Iihs Helen Anderson and Miss Thelnm .ulin? played soveru.1 violin numbers 1 with Kdna Saling as accompanist. The j la liea have decided to jrive a dinner ; in abinit two weeks to raise funds f-r the church. The meeting yesteray vmis well atlended. i An unqualified success was the yeo man dam-ins p;u-ty in Kaale-Wood-nmn hall lt-st evening. The affair u-jt largely attended, $55 hems clear. !. Dancing continued until a late hmir. Mrs. Harold I- Fos;er of Sumner. ,ipe o( the peace Parkes this after AVash.. is visitini? h r parents pr. j r,Mn. and lira. W. G Cole of irvington, f'r a few weeks. SeveraJ informal atlairs have been planned to honor her. J ortland uregwiian. Miss Hornioe Kuppe. formerly a pmmlnont vocalist of this city, H among the ainsers who appeared on the program of the liie patriotic tea given li- the Portland Red Cross chapter at the Meier and Frank s and Olds. Wormian & King tea rooms this afternoon. For the pleasure of Mrs. W. W. Smith of Wallace. Idaho, who is spending noio time here as the gueat or her daushter.. Miss Gladys .Smith. Mrs. A. I- Schaefer and Miss Smith have asked a number of friends to inaJte up threo tables of auction bridge Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Schaefer. The members of the Inspiration Club were charmingly entertained yesterday with Mrs. Charles Ulumberg mi hostess at her apartments in th iVea!wnt1v and profitahlv spent with j U. S. CAN PUT SIGN fantHork mJlc and sewing for the j BOARDS ANYWHERE lied Cross. A dainty collation was j served. The rooms were pretily dec- Ordinance Regulating Posting rated in daffodils and other svrini; , j4 40j;fied Dy Council. blossoms. MrL A. D. Hoover of Sac- ram en to and Mrs. 7harlea K. Heard qu( qj deference lo Lncle SUim dur were the honorary guests. ln( (he war the recenty drawn up I nntlnonr. ririllnfiM lull hoard and Mrs J. T. Richardson has returneJ j after a visit of a week with friends in Ia Grande. F. J. Colburn of L Grande is at the St. George. It. A. Tltua of lt (Jrande spent the night in the city S. R Oldaker of Hermiston, is up from his home today. H. BJ. Blevine of Cove is among the visitors in Pendleton. - H. Bruce of Enterprise. Wallow.. , H been ordered do m once county, was visiting friend in the city j , th Mrept commlaeloner but will yesterday. 'now probably have several- months August liade. veteran baseball fan I onK(.r of Walla Walla, was in the city ye- j Th n(d of E (. ,ay fr the con terday. Ha sold out his cigar imnjcliiin of the W ilson and Maim- and pool room l:ut fall and spent the ( streHl newer exteision was arceptei winter in tllifomia. ; iawt evening, ills bid was 11035. T. B. Ourdane. former chlf of po- I a communication was received from lice and now in the federal service. S. A. Cobb, a civil engineer of Port has recovered from an attack of HI- j land asking to lie permitted to draw nne that cnused him to be housed up j the plans for the proptised septic for several days at his home here. ' tank. Kl in tine way of better Siealtii can ever come front driiiMn coffee. There are millions of former coffee users who now drinlt Postum. "There's locao Social and Personal liVE IPCAL ,aKnu.r ll)rn. a nine pound "daughter was born f yesterday to Mr. and 'Quinlan of this city. Mrs. Frank himimmi Acciiiscd Asa in. I'harjf.d with bout I tv: grin?. O. K. j -lte, local Chinese who was fined in j vol tee court recently on a similar i-htirue, will he arraigned before Jus- I.oy 1!!.- of t'aiMVT. Arthur Clark, the 11 year old son 1- o .iI A. I ta VV t-t 1 'Inrk who ! name here recent Iv from Wasco coun ty, died yesterday at the family home on Hazel street of cancer of the face. The funeral will, be held tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Brown chapel. Rev. R. E. Gornall of th Methodist church will have charge. IVrir Arrive? For Match. .John Hers of Spokane, who is to moet 1. A. Johnson this evening at the Oregon theater, arrived in Pendleton this morning. He will weigh in at 1 7," pounds which will place h(m under a handicap of 25 or 30 pounds. However, he figures his speed and sci- nee will offset this handicap. He met Johnson about eight months ago and won from him and he believes he can duplicate his victory. John son's 'strength makes him a formi dable opponent and, once he gets his favorite holds, there isn't a man liv ing that can escape, according to Uerg. pimtjnis wl ,)e modlned to give to the government the right'of puttimi up their notices and advertising pos ters anywhere in the city without the consent of the property owners. The ordinance as originally drawn would have prohibited such posting. Anther concession to the war was made last evening when the council tavored granting an extension of time to a property owner who intends en listing in the army for putting In a ... iMTat. walk in fmnt (if his nrr.iwrtv. a Reason IOC30E OF WALLA WALLA ASKED REV. C. R. eiTO DELIVER SERMON liacralaiireousj Address WUI IV' I'rxHcht'd Sunday Morning at Uic l'llHHtlst Church, ' Ueverend C. R. Howard. Conprega tional minister of Walla Walla, will deliver the Baccalaureate nermon to the graduating class of the high school this year. Sunday morninsc. May 13, at the Methodist church. The program for commencement .week will consist of the Baccalaureate sermon on Sunday, final examinations on Monday and Tuesday, the class day exercises Wednesday at the hijrh school, and the graduation exercises Friday evening. Processor u Shel don, head of the department of edu cation ut the University of Oregon, will deliver the graduation address. Other featureH of the commencement exercise will be the reading of the valedictorian oration by some student selected p place of pewey Gervats. class valedictorian now in the hospit- j .ai in l'ortianu arier enusiing in int navy, ana me t;iiuiaiormn oration dv Hazel rtin. The .antern Cup will also be pre sented to the best all-around high school stndetit at the graduation ex ercises. The faculty will select this student at its meeting tomorrow, but the choice will not li announced un til comencement night. To Kml.V Women. rillfA(rO, May 3. Three more railroad announced they would em ploy women In ail defiartments pon Kllth wIhtp the men left to enlist. Tlie jhbafc. Milwaukee and St. laul. jCltjcAg'o and Alton and Monon route, are three of the road preparing- to jmcct tlto situation created; by the shortage of men. Kmloyes enlisting art nMMircd of the return of their po sit Ion at Lite end of Uie war. IX HAXKltl'ITCV. Ill llic District cxxirt of tile I'niK'd Ntntcs for Uic llstrUt of Oregon. ln the Matter of 11. K. Lyche, a Bank rupt. 'To the Creditors of h. K. Dyche of Pendleton, in the County of Uma tilla, and district aforesaid. Bank rupt. Notice is hereby given .that on the 3'lth day of April, A. IJ.. 1S17. the said H. K. Dyche was duly adjudicat ed a bankrupt and that the first meet ing of his creditors will be held at the office of the undersigned referee in bankruptcy at PenU.eton. Oregon. Umatilla County, on May the 19th. A. D. 1917, at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day, at which time and place the creditors may attend. prove their claims, appoint a trustee, examine the bankrupt and transact such other business as may properly come be fore the Bild meeting. ' Done and dated at Pendleton, Ore gon, this 2nd day of May, A. I). 1917. THOU F1TZ GBRAT.D. Referee ln Bankruptcy. IN BAN KKITTCY. In the District court of the United Hutca for the District of Orecon. In the Matter of Martha Chlldreth, Bankrupt. To the Creditors of Martha chlldreth. of Pendleton, in the County of Umatilla, and district aforesaid. Bankrupt. Notice Is hereby given that on the i'oth dav of April. A. D. 1S17. the i said Marl ha Chlldreth. .was duly ad j Judicated a bankrupt, an that the firit meeting of her creditors will be held at the office of the undersigned ref eree In Bankruptcy at Pendleton. Or egon. Oregon on May 19th. A. D. 1917. at 10 o'clock a. m.. of said day at which time and place the creditors may attend, prove and file their claims, appoint a trustee, examine the bankrupt, and transact such other business as may properly come be fore thertid meeting. Done and dated at Pendleton, Ore gon, this 2nd day of May. A. D. 1917. THOS FITZ GERAloO. Referee In Bankruptcy. " lie i M i:J'li !riwit " pt'H- lie '" BOUT TONIGHT IS A STRONGMEN BATTLE Itotli jolinxun and IWx Have Kx crptlonal Ktremtcth and An- Adept In the Art of wriMtllng. A battle of strongmen will be the wrestling bout thia evening at the Oregon theater between I. A. Johnson, teh Swedish giant, and John Berg, the Spokane heavyweight. Hoth men have exceptional strength and each U adept ln the arts of the wrestler. . Johnson does some amaxing stunts to prove his abnormal strength. Be side lifting 24 men at one time, he takes three packs of playing cards and tears them In two by the great strength of his hands. Such a grip fastened on one of liergs ankles would be a moat formidable thing to overcome. Berg. however. is no weakling and no novice at the game He has met the best mat men in the world and held his own with all save the champions. Promoter Itay MoCarroll h:is plan ned three preliminaries and promises that the wrestling i-ard wtlf start promptly ut 8:30 o'clock. The main event will be to a finish unil If the au dit nee is not satisfied Mr. Mcl'arroM promises to return the money. County Library NEWS NOTES 10:00 to 5:30 NIGHTS 7 10 9. --MAYS 2 to 5 ;lifr "Dame oirt.-HW's" look oi salads. sandwii-lK-i and brvcnucvS "These subjects are covered in other books, but they are here presented in attractive form, convenient for th hostess who Is seeking variety in her refreshments. There are some un usual combinations and suggestions.' Hunt ,lr0 of I'Xcn 11. Richards "A biography and an appreciation of a woman whose hmte longing for service and love for pioneering were turned to a wide usefulness in the field of home ecmunlcs.'' klli-kinunn The modern knitting hook. "A book of ideas for knitted underwear, coats and wraps caps and hoods. Itabie and children's gar ments, socks and stockings, also new patterns in fancy knitting. .Maury A ixniuy iimcli. "A de scription of the plan worked out in the normal school, Louisville. Ken tucky. Olvea details and cost ol equipment, management and menu. UKgestive to all who are attempting to serve food at a tow cost to largp numbers." nleliardnn Adventures in thrift. "A young, married woman of New York City, ami some of her friends--, among whom Is a rich girl whose ro. mance with a poor man Is temporar. ily shattered, have adventures togeth. er in testing modern methods of re ducing the cost of living by wise buy ing. They attend lectures, read pam phlets published by the Housewives League, Investigate cooperative buy ing clubs, parcel post delivery, co operative stores, and communal kltrh. ens. Suggestive o any housewife and may Inspire further study." Slterman Chemistry of food and nutrition. "The chapter on Iron In food and Its function in nutrition Is the best In print. The chapters on fuel value or foods and body require ments are thorough. The food vahi" data In the appendix will he Invalu able for reference." NlKfmnn IVskI prndm-t. "Dur ing the past few years great advances have been made In both food legis lation and scientific Investigation In to food values. The results of these recent advances have been Incorpora ted Into this book. A chapter Is de voted to each of the Important food products, milk, cheese, eggs, meats, grain products, etc, considering In the case of each methods of production and preparation for the market, com position and general food value, ques- id. ' 5 ;it l:.M.i IHmkI." ml i - on'ii Hons of sanitation and standards of purity, and special characteristics of digestibility and nutrltve value." ; Weed -sClicmMry In the home. "A very good elementary test, intended for high-school students who elect chemistry early In their course. Avoids the theoretical a nfuch as possible, and in simple language describes the chemistry of water, oxygen, hydro gen, heat, acids, metals, foods, tex tiles, the laundry, dyes, etc Wiley Not by bread alone. "Pop ular articles reprinted from Oood Housekeeping, dealing with ' food properties and values, nutrition, di gestion, diet, feeding of infants and children, race regeneration, old nge, diet and disease. Six table give com position and fuel values of food." Campbell 'Household economics. Conn Bacteria, yeasts and molds. Elliott- Household hygiene. Elliott Food and dietetics. 'Richards Cost of living. Richards Cost of shelter. Talbot House sanitation. Honor Cnard to 1rlll In Park. The Girls' National Honor (iuurd was last evening granted permission by the city council to hold Its drills on the north side park. EVERY CHILD HAS RIGHT TO HEALTH , . Kvery child lias the right to belong to the aristocracy of health and intelligence; to be born with a good mind and a sound body. Kvery child has the right to be loved; to have his individual- it respected, to be trained wise- e ly in body, mind nnd soul; to be ptoteeted from .tisea.se. from evil influences, and evil persons; and to have a fair cliame in lie. Kvery child has the right t" ! be 3-irroun.led by that environ- '. ment in which .be may develop to the fullest his abilities and his talents. The child is the asset of the state: he owes the slate noth- ! lng. ! "We hail you. the babes of our j city today. ! And pledge you our faith to the end.! Whatever you need with thought and with deed. Vour uttermost realm to tie- fend." Well Known PuRTUhd l:m Sruic ITH THE MAT1E IX ALL ORXttOX, Foitlaud, Oit'gon, nI send this suiu-ircnfc win. it re at Dk'twure. AJy duug.itor owea : - 1 V V.or lit'i. t th--, nat of Dr. Pierce'u Fa vorite Prescription- HIm w& ft very delicate girl Jit-K ruam main? VOUr rnniirtinll ) "I linvs need . 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II Kprrirs then nhortly you j U II will find th corn or ml- 1 1 in o Ioam and shr1vtld 1 that you lift I 'f wtn I Dnffers Not a bit of pain ' or aornfa i felt whn appl.injr frt?wn or afterwarda. Ii i dofmi't even Irrltat the nMri or flFh j j Fr a few e'nt one nn n"w nf-T I rid of every hard corn, an ft irn. nr ern Mwfn the t . a w-H hp pain fill c-llii?ea on lnHfni f f'-et. Kr n who trlw frrfn l.ro;nr- nil enthutat lrrape ll r :!!., dm n't hurt "or pain "nt pnrtl. le ;niin frpwin hna a -Hw la'- I l.-' k f-T yellow labH. Bond Clothes "DOUBLE The purchase of one of our Society Brand "DOUBLE SERVICE" suits is a clothes in vestment involving a slightly higher initial cost than the average ready-to-wear pro duct. But the "DOUBLE SERVICE" wears longer, looks better and hence is a better investment in the long run. We would appreciate the opportunity of showing you these bi tter clothes. $15 to 535 Bond Men's Complete Outfitters New Charges md Rates E!Tt3Ctive May 1,1917 HEREAFTER THE FOLLOWING CHARGES TO MO TORISTS WILL BE MADE BY ALL THE UNDERSIGNED INSTITUTIONS: First Clats Mechanic's Time $1.00 per hr. Assistant Mechanic's Time 85 pet hr. Apprentice Mechanic's Time 60 per hr. TUBE REPAIRS 3Sc and up CASING REPAIRS Time and Material All Tire Sold at List Prices (No Discount) USE OF SERVICE CAR 25c per mil. ... And time for mechanic Minimum $1.00 TOWING 40c per mile And mechanic's time, Minimum $1.50 STORAGE- Live $7.50 per month Week 2.50 . Night 50 Day 25 Dead 5.00 per month These are rates in advance and cars stored under monthly rate taken out before month is up will be charged by the week, providing in all cases that the total does not exceed the monthly rate. GASOLINE 271jc. No Discounts on Large Amounts OILS pts. 15c, qts. 25c, Vt gal. 45c, gal. 85c. WASHING $1.00 and up According to size and condition Wathins; Wire Wheels Extra. Polish Extra. . COMPLETE OILING $1.50 Oil and Grease for Motor Differential Urtvv. and Trans, Extra. Transmise:on Oil $1.00 per gal. CROSS CHAINS List plus 5c for putting on. Storage Battery Rental 25c per day. City Auto Co. Stone Garage W. J. Burns Pendleton Auto Co. Allen-Knight Co. Geo. Gertson Oregon Motor Garage Pendleton Cadillac Auto Co. Independent Garage Pendleton Rubber & Supply Co. Alta Street Garage Simpson Auto Co. SERVICE" Bros. IVndlilon's I es'lln Cloihlers.