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PAGE TWO DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. PENDLETON. OREGON. TUESDAY. MAY 29, 1917. LOCAL BOY LIKES LIFE IN THE ARMY jOSgmrmr j ft-:, ?.v n mmagiirm. m-i ia m a r..iri3AV w ft n 8ft MCT 1 W 0T1 CE ! ! Nl MEMORIAL DAY MCMXVII Copyright Han bciarftct 6c Marx WAR is always a tragedy; we think of that side of it first, usually. But long after its tragic elements have have been softened by time, its heroisms are a flaming memory. m This is' as it should be; for the tragedy is a matter of events and of time but heroism is a spiritual and eternal force. The nation still celebrates Memorial Day, paying tribute to heroism; there will never come a time, we hope, when such a day and homage, will be discontinued. This Store Will Be Closed All-Day Tomorrow, Decoration Day Pendleton's Greatest' Department Store The Peoples Warehouse Where It Pays to Trade HEALTH I! Ill'SSKIJi ItOWPJW TKIJJ4 OP lP, TAIl.KU KOITIXK AT POHT STKVK.VS.. jj wmi ?7T.rivsriiv.v:.i v.. .i v.-ttti.tto miraii'.TivtT.f Rtray.f ire vara j;ti.i iui miEm 91 HKS. OlTllRIK KKACHKS P)KT. HAN PRAXC18CO. May 2. Mr rteonre W. Guthrie, widow of the late LEMONS BRING OUT THE HIDDEN BEAUTY Mak this lotion for vory llttio coot and Juot for youraatf. United States ambassador to Japan, arrived at a Pacific coast port todav, preceding- the body or her husband, which is due late tomorrow. The body will be sent eaM after renpect are paid to the late ambaawador by public officials and naval artd arm-' organization. KV IUOI HOIJUfcJl KSKHTED. s.r h for C J. Anbtrtn of CpssI Ar tfller 8m It v. VI Rjtt girl or woman hri t b-aril of emn Juice to remove cmplxiin bleniith; t b!t-a-h tne hm and to lrinir out the r . the fratinaa and .th hidden benutv ? Hut lemn juic nlone tm a.-td. thr-rr .rritatin and should be m.x.d w.th r hard white 1his wm. m nun hr.uich a fine cloth the jui f two frexh lemons into a Nitle contamlns aiwut thre ounce .f or hard friie tl.-n Mhk aell anl tj have- a h"l- . itrter pint of k In nni r.in,.-ton lotion mi about the .t one Hti'l ! for a pniall Jar ' iMit'nr cold r.-m lie sure to arum the Miimi JtJi-e o no pulp jrt iti i he !Mt' le. th-n in. lotion wlil remain pure and fren for month. When .fpplied daily to the fr ne k artit and hnnbt it Ji"u;1 h-ip to It h. rlrur Pinool n-o and tewiltifv the efcin. Any (trumiot .III tipdy thre mri of oichMfd ahite at r ftt llt .'t and the r.r haa the m. HT. PAt'U May 2- Search beifan here today for C. J- Ahton. alies-d deserted from the coawt artillery ser- vice and heir to JiU" OoO of the ea-jt-.te Itfi by hie Tither, R. W. Ashton. i a l anker of plptone. Minn., who '! killed in an automobile acidenl ! in California lairi -Mtober while in tthat st;ite to arrange for his son's dls !h. trite from the army. Younf Ah ! ton lu-r became a de(rter. PIMMI C'lfKATrll. AT 0I-I.tX-K SPOR TS oiumbla-U lUarortte Trm4iiaUns. Shot W. It. T Pet. at Broke Pet IM Orajide 1 .kOO (25 &0 t Wood bum Albanv. . . Salm . . . Pendleton Atoiia. . 'reg. city .800 2S I7h .f,0O tii li .400 ii S .400 2i &; 111 T..0 tJ J0 14 N'nt sunday'a wx-dule. Salm versus ljm. Grande. Oreaon t'lty venus Woodburn. Pendleton reraua Alhany. Orecon rlty veraua Aloany t.h'Hi Ins off a tie). Aatoria haa completed achrduie PittaburK 11 24 .214 Ainrltn Utme. Boton 21 10 i'.'i (Thicaxo it 1 4 .S0 New York 1 14 .&J Clebeland 21 1 .625 WuFhlnirton 14 l .42 rtrlt 12 li .400 ft. I.ouU 14 22 .7S I'hilHdt-lphla 11 21 .241 Pm-M roam Irwr. San PranciM-o 14 1 .42 Salt Ijike 2t 20 i3 akl:ind . 24 2 4D0 Anl'W 22 27 .40 I'nrtUnd 21 2S .429 Vernon ' 21 21 .401 Xorthwertern taw. National feacue. Hiximt Madenta Itral U lib ". , MI.VNKAPOI.I8. May 2. Twelve fo-ri of the rnlvmttv of Minnesota. j-auuht rhrtillna in the Mat year b -liuMiniatea and reported under the ' hfnor Batem. have ten punlahed by 'ihe Wuinfti'i Athletic student coun "'II. The M.tiht rnae from a rep- I'mjind io eu.wf.fin. f"r a ear or more, it n inn..JrH:.l ut the unl- .rit t'ley. Philadelf.hia 21 New York 1 Chiraco 24 Ht. Loula 17 Brooklyn 12 Cincinnati IS IVton 10 Pltuburc 11 Ann iV-an reawe. Ttoeton 21 chlcaao '. 2 New Tork 1 Cleveland 21 jHrooklvn 12 jfinrlnnaU I& j Itoaton O . I. Pet. i .: II 21 IS li IS SJ1 IS .441 Tan.ma . . c.reat Pal'a .leiutle .... Vancouver Bulte Spokane ... ; 17 IS IS I . 2 12 It It f III .! .5 4S.- .441 .40 .401 New I la In Wrltrtit hatnp. XRW VoltK. Mav 2 Renn f'.nard won Ihe Hahtwelirht cham pionship lv knocklnir out Preddle Wel.h in the ninth round of a 10. round match h-re laat nirht. Coast Artillery Service I lnU-rmtJitK: Army Is Not .Made l or ltou;h llHratnrs; tiootl Auiust'Dicnta Arc l'ruvhktl. A picture of life at Fort Htevens is Klven In tha following iiilereatinn let ter irtim Private Kuacell A. Mowers to his iiarenta in thia city: Pt. Sievenu, ore., 2iit Co. C. A. C. , May 24. ll". Deur Mother and Father: 1 will tell you of some of our dally life while in the army. At 5:30 iu in. a bnsle bluwa, at 5:45 reveille, from 5:50 to 6:10 exercise, th'en all iiar take of breakfast at e:30. sick oil ut 7:15. if you are not sick eiimiKh to have attention ou need not report alck ut the office, prom S;00 to :3' Infantry drill; :00 to 11:00. artillery drill; dinner at 12:00. At 1:00 p. m... infuntry drill till 2:00. Prom 2:30 till 3:30 more drill; supper at &:1".: retreat at S OU and then you are free irntil 5:45 a. m. tan people think thai the army consists of the rousniiecka. That i nil they know about It. Of coiuse there are some pretty bad men in th army and still there are some pretty bad men in Pendleton. Just the same they are not allowed to do aa they please here. They will allow no rouuli language or swearing, or one man to impose upon another. All men ara treated as euual as possible. If one man "hits" another he gets 6-0, six months in the guardhouse and $0 fine, which will take 0 a month out of his pay till his fine la. paid. If a man does little petty things lika missing reveille or retreat, he gets a couple of days extra duty of some kind. They always find something for you to do. One Is not allowed to keep others awake at night. At S:00 o'clock lights go out and no more talking after that time in squad rooms, if you want to talk, go down to the day room. There we have three dally papers, magazines and library, pool tanle, billiard table, checkers and other games. No gambling la allowed on the res ervation. There are men who will gamble but they go off the reservation to do It. We have a picture show here about three times a week. It Is shown at the gymnasium. They are not quite so patriotic here aa they are In Pendle ton. They only charge ybu 10c for seven reel pictures. A bunch la at the gymnasium every night. They have all kinds of stunts there. Includ ing boxing and wrestling. 1 have had on the gloves with the , champion of the post a few times. I couldn't hit him with a handful of shot. He wo-uld tap me and then laugh when 1 would swlng and miaa him. The army wuaild nelp most or the young boys around Pendleton for It would make men or them and H would help them in more ways than one. At the same time he can go to the dogs, as he can any place. One thing, a man must keep clean Shave twice a week and bathe at least once a week. Everything Is as clean as any home in Pendleton. The building la scrubbed every week from top to bottom. Twice a month every man Is Inspected for diseases of all kinds His reet are Inspected also. If he has a contagious diseuse, he hi-s a sepsrate bath and a separate place to wash. I never have .any shortage In elnthps. ThU Is our line: Two on duty suits, two on duty caps, one company hat. one dresr suit, three shirts, six white collars, six suits of underwur. two pairs of leggings, two pairs of shoes. 14 pairs of sox and len pairs of shoe strings. ; You know I was always complain- ( ing while in Pendleton. I have not . been sick or had a pain since I came J here. I am feeling fine and I believe I have gained in weight , The cooking la as clean as anyl cooking can be and there la plenty to , eat for all. While there la not any- . thing fancy about it, ft Is substantial. I We have basenall game every I Sunday . sometimes with visiting- teams and at others times between two companies. I I saw Barney o'Gara. for the rirst I time todav since arriving. This morn ing both companies, rirst and second united and took a snort hike out to a lake and back. Then Is when I saw him. He Is In the 1st compsny and I am In the second. He has been on guard duty at an outpost. That Is why I haven't seen nlm before. This afternoon and tomorrow morning I am orderly for the adjutant. I don't like It tomorrow for we are going to have artillery practice and I want to j he there when those big guns are fired. After retreat we had a review of about 200 men marching pat th-e commander. I received the Testament all O K . thinks to Mrs. E. U Power of th Ited Cross. I remain your son. PP.IVATE fll-HHKM. A. ROWERS. 2nd Co., C. A. C. Pt- Stevens. Oregon. i 2 It you are thinking ot buying a FORD, it is ab- J solutely necessary that you come in and sign an order, j The factory .has notified us that we cannot stock cars and no cars will be shipped us except for bona fide signed orders held by us. All orders will be filled in the rotation in which they are received, and all cars are being sold under the fol lowing factory rule: If iheretall price mrnllonod on this order be increased before delivery of oar or chawls. the purchaser may at his or Iter option pay such increase or have rtc)o.-lt rciurnetl and order cancelled. Simpson Auto Co. Water and Johnson Sts. Telephone 408 Kevlsrd for the Speculator. And right to sting. "The speculator's version would Long may we work thy Might. probably run something 'ike this: My country, 'tis from thee 1 get the liberty 'Neath freedom's holy 1't.ht; Protect us by thy might. Great Greed, our Klnar! l&umbles is pro tected ! VAuititC, the perfect goal oitt damp riess, and keeps In . the fresh-from-the-oven flavor. Air- rSi 1st QaSUCalU Aim 5tt.wwi! kV V- f Look, iav thin jritwatur TOMORROW A LARGE, FRESH ASSORTMENT OF - CUT FLOWERS AND PLAfiTS In Bloom for Decoration Day. Also 25c Ctrmetery Vases for On Nickel. THE BEE HIVE Pendleton, 5c, 10c, ( 15c and up. Opposite Pastime. 22 .401 MOVriVt V. M. t 1V JI'XE IT 17 17 . 24 .314 T7 f 54 f.3 1 14 14 It .12i IS .444 22 .40-. 7 27'i HELKNA. May ; Oovernor flam V. Ftewart tttd.ty proclaimed June 17 as Montana Y. M. C. A day. in rec ognition of the work of the associa tion for the army. The clergy are re-iuewted to make reference to th.; osy In their sermons and all are ask ed to gie generously to the move, ment- " When the fish gets your halt and you don't get the fish you are entitled to a rebalt. MAYR'S Wonderful Remedy for STOMACH TROUBLE One dose convinces. Pendleton Drug Co. and other reliable druggists. uiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinniiiiiiiiiiiiittiitiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiu 1 Government Calls for Sub- scriptions to Liberty Loan 1 We have subscribed for a portion of Government Two-Billion Liberty Loan. Bonds bearing three and one-half per cent interest may be subscribed for in denomi- 1 nations of one hundred dollars and up. We E 1 are receiving subscriptions now. It is your duty to take part of this loan. Call or E write for details. j American National Bank Pendleton, Oregon fllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllUIUIIIilllllllli?