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PAGE FOUR DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, MAY 29, 1917. "381 IOBOI iO Social and Personal HIM Merle King and Miss Iran pecana4rl have returned home after pending a week with friends an J relative near Helix. M ra. jay Van Buren of La Grande came over yesterday and ia a guest of Mrs. Sam R. Thompson. She ac companied Mra. Thoni J''n on a mo tor trip to Walla WaUa this morning. Mra Everett J. King and little sons, Kugene and Harold, have gone to Payette, Idaho, to spend two week. A recital by pupils of Miss Harriet Toung mill oe given tonight at her studio, !01 Main street, beginning at 8: 15. The following pupils will take part: Juanita Brown. Carl Nelson. Cathryn Wilcox, Meryl Jack, (lerald ln Morrison. Helen Nelson, Vera Temple, Edna Murphy, Mrs. Charles Heard, Oreasie Baker, Miss Hilda An thony of ILa orande. Mr. and Mrs. Roy K, Stanfield of Walla Walla, are the proud parents of an eight pound boy Dorn Saturday, May 26. Mr. stanfield was formerly employed at the Temple theater in Pendleton as a violinist. A number of guests In addition to the Implicate Whist club members w ere entertained by Mrs. Frank Fra xier yesterday at Hillside home, tho afternoon being planned as a com pliment to Mrs. Charles Winfield Har hia (Mrs. Bertha Guernsey) of Butte, Mont. Mra. J. L- Dunne and Mrs. Mary Harvey hava return eo from a week's visit in Portland. Much sympathy is being extended Mrs. John Vert who has Just received word of the death of her nephew. David Wilkie, who was killed in ac tion on the west front-in Europe. Mr. Wilkie was the oldest brother of Miss Kthel Wilkie. who spent a, year in Pendleton with Mr. and Mrs. Vert and is he second sdh of the Wilkie fam ily to give up his life for his country. Because of the bereavement Mrs. Vert has recalled her invitations for the Informal afternoon she had planned to nonor Mrs. Charles Harris. Guests sufficient in number to make up five tables of auction were delightfully entertained by Mr. and Mra. James Johns Jr., last night. In compliment to Mr. and' Mrs. Theo' dor Arnreiter of Salt Lake, who are visiting here for some time. Honors for high score were captured by Mrs. K. B. Aldrich and James Bowler. En circling the table were Mr. and Mrs Arnreiter. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Aid- rich, Mr. and Mra H. W. Dickson, Mr. and Mra. R. E. Chloupek. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hampton. Dr. and Mrs. H. J. Kavanaugh. Mr. and Mrs w E. Lowell, Mr and Mrs. Lester Hurst, Mra. George Baer, Miss Edna Zim merman. James Bowler .and .Merle Chessman. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Fletcher and family motored to Dayton, Wash. and return Sunday. Miss Charlotte Patterson, who has been a guest of Mrs. E. p. Dodd at Hermlston, came up on the local train last evening and left for her home at Raker. Mrs. Lynwood B. Cornell and little daughter Cynthia Louise of Portland, passed through Pendleton on No. IS last evening en route to Worcester. Mass, to Join Mr. Cornell. George Peringer who has Just returned from m two 'weeks' trip to Calgary, left last evening for a short business trip to Portland. There's . another good thing about delicious biscuits made with COTTOLENE They wholesome FREE! Cook book containing 23 re, sjm by Umoul cooks tent free. Write rht N. K. Fsirbank Company, 111 Vet Wahintva Street, Chicago, lit Miss Fannie Wytie, assisted by Mra R. E. Gornall, took her class out for a picnic yesterday. They went up the river. All report a great time, with plenty of eats and fun without measure. Those included were Lois and Bernlece Gornall. Frances Rog ers. Elma Kimbrell. Elma McAtee, Irene Day, Marjorie Payne. Rachael Payne, Sivelle Marty. Winifred Wheel- ock, Gertrude Audrey and Dorothy Reed. A large and appreciative audience heard the recital by pupils of Nellie Whiting McDonald and Bert A. Mc Donald at the Presbyterian church last night. It would be hard to say whether the advanced students or be- C. slmonson. supervisor of bridges for the Northern Pacific, is here to day from Pasco. Mrs. R. N. Stanfleld and daughter. Itnrhara. have returned from a short visit in Portland. Folsom Tallman, who was recently rejected as a naval recruit because of a weak foot, has returned from Port land. John M. Coy, traveling passenger agent for the Northern Pacific, making Pendleton one of his period- leal visits. Mr. and Mrs. FM. ToTnow of South Bend, spent last night at the Golden Rule while en route by auto to North Port, Wash. Levi Ankeny of Walla Walla, pres ident of the First National Bank. Is spending a couple of days with hie son, Nesmith Ankeny. ia DONT TRY TO AVOID REGISTRATION SAYS DEPARTMENT OF WAR Unpatriotic Youth Are Warn ed That Risk is Too Great. PORTLAND. Ore., May 29. Of up proximately 100.000 men in Oregon estimated to be between the ages of 21 and SO years, inclusive, there ma$ be a few so unpatriotic as to try to evade registration on War C ensus Da v, .next Tuesday, June 6. The best advice to any youth who contemplates such action is this Don't try it. The risk is too great Evasions are sure to be found out Besides the disgrace of being branded a "slacker," there will be a penalty or a term in Jail without option of paying a fine. The war department will not leave very much to chance in aeierminniK if anv men of the designated age have not registered. Already the machinery for an ela borate checking up of the registra tion lists after War Census day nas been DreDared. Men not registered who are suspected of having evaded registration will have to prove that they have not attained their 21st birthday, or that they have passPd their Slst birthday. Within five days after War Census day, the clerk of each registration board must post In a conspicuous place an alphabetical list of all men who have submitted themselves for registration. It will be the duty of ny citizen knowing of a man suo- ,-. Mai,atlAn vhnM nnme Is not Sinners in piano did the best work. . tha liHt to DOrt thiit ,act to lh. so even was the performance, each one playing1 with artistic finish which ia rare in the averagre pupil. The violin work was notable for clear tone and Rood interpretation and the playing of several pupils who had studied nine months or less show ed splendid industry and training. Because of the Memorial Day ex ercises the meeting or the Inspiration Club has been postponed from to morrow afternoon until Thursday afternoon. It will Te held at the home of Mrs. Charles Olcott, 1001 West A Ha street. At the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. (1. Fits Gerald last evening. Patrick Monaghan and Miss Mae Ely were united in marriage. Judge Thomas Fits Gerald performing the ceremony. Mr. Monaghan is a well knoVn farm- er of Gurdane and his bride is .the daughter of Charles Ely, prominent authorities. Furthermore, all police officers, deputy Vnited States marshals, etc., are required to report at once names of men known to them to have evad ed registration. resident of the ame section. Mr. and Mrs. Royal M. Sawtelle are today bflng felicitated upon the arrival of a baby boy at their home early this morning. r. P. H. Fit Grald of Portland. who has been visiting his brother. J:idee Tho. Fitz Gerald, left on No. 7 todav for Seattle from where he will pail on June I for Nome, Alaska. The Civic Club will give a card partv Fririav afternoon in the club room of the library and all of the pr.cedn will be turned over Jo the K-d Cross. QUALITY DENTISTRY Dr. F. L INGRAM DENTIST. Room 3 and 4. Belts Bldg. Tele-phone 523. jev Ream is back from a trip to Portland. Frank Engdahl is In town todav from Helix. Arthur A. Ooodwin of Condon Is at the Pendleton. Mr. and Mrs. C Alsnach are hers today from Helix. Mrs. John Timmerman is here on a visit from Helix. O. I). Teel, prominent Echo ranch er is in the city today. R. r". Coddlngton of La orande is .1 Pemlleton visitor. R. ( h.illis, Stanfleld butcher, i in the city today. Ralph Stanfield. tianker at Echo, t now in the city. Fred Davis has gone to Walla Wal la for a week's visit. '. P. How man. prominent Echo farmer, is isj the city today. E. l Hoppel. traveling freight agent of the N. P.. ts In tha city to day. Mr. and Mrs E. Jarmon of Echo were Pendleton visitors last ev ening. J. f. Mrl-od left today for the Dix ie ranch in the southern pare of the ouunty. I ns 1) Ooey, local Chinese mer chant, has returned from a trip to Sesvtt l. SAYS "THERE IS NOTHING LIKE THEM f PostToasties X BEAT TM HOSPITAL VESSEL IS SUNK: SIX ARE LOST W)X1KX, May SB. The hospital Mhop Dnverauitle waa submarined In the Mediterranean (Sunday, the ad miralty announced. It la believed six perisiied. The mercantile cruiser Hilary was snhmarined in the North sea, it In announced. Four were killed. ONE OF UNCLE SAM'S DREADNOUGHTS i . . Jj.t ' - , ' I : -4r--- k ' ' v sir' ' n - , v .i Vi - I - - ee f - - s - . y, s ' . ' I , ' t l--sX-to iiwr1 m i '' e- yiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiHiiM"""""""" , XT J.S-riOHIDA. This is the IT. S. 8. Florida, one of Uncle Ram's dreadnoughts. The Flor ida is a very powerful fighting shi? of the dreadnought class. f.he is heavily armored, has a powerful bat tery and good speed. This picture of her was made as she passed under the Brooklyn Bridge, New York. Closed Wednesday memorial day in re spect to the defenders of the flag. ' Let our remembrance of them be a reminder to us to step for ward and "do our bit." Have you secured your Liberty Loan Bond ? Bond Bros. Filllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllir WALLA WALLA WINS GAME FROM MILTON KIM'S IMMi AXI III.MSKI.K Cilli-iiuiaU Score is 5 to 9 tn One of the Best Games of the Season. (East oregonian Special.) MII,TON. Slay 29. One of the best games of the season was won by Wal la Walla here yesterday. The local team played fairly good ball In the field but could not bat In the pinches. Walla 'Walla was helped out by having a played that used to plav ith the Philadelphia Nationals. El- sison was his name. He got two home runs and a htt every time up. There was also two more home runs during the game. The score: Milton 5. Walla Walla, 3. Milton now stands second in the tri-county league. Walla Walla is first, winning . losing 1. Milton is second, having won i and lost three. Man Taken Htm to tirave, Pet With CINCINNATI. May 52. Before !eo Stelnbach. 72. retired brewer, sent a bullet through his brains on the grounds of the Cincinnati crematory last night, he took the life of hi dog. Prince, faithful companion of many years. Steinbach was worried over unfor tunate investments, according to his son. IMS for IS jtmrm the standard rrtwdr fur all dlieaaWtt. A liquid lifted cxtrroaJIv. relief tnm itch. Uc. 50r and tl.M. fi bark If lb flrat bottle dor not bring yea rcucr. ask aiao aoaui u. v. u. Map. TALXaMAlf OO. r ! ! FREE MAP OF MONTANA SENT ON REQUEST BY WRITING TO ADDRESS BELOW. Sample Land Offering: 320 acres all choice tillable frrain land, 3 mile from live town with 2 banks, 4 elevators, schools and churches; all fenced, 80 acres in winter wheat, fair house, well. $8,000.00 for quick deal, includes quick possession and half of crop. Other rood tract 160 to 1400 acres, $20 to $25 per acre. Demonstrat ed yield of wheat. Write. Farmers State Bank or North Montana Immigration Ass'n. HAVRE, MONTANA. GERMAN PROPAGANDA III SOUTH AMERICA IS EXPOSED BY U. S. BiC Kffort Made to Align Soutlict-T. fjou nt r et AicaJtiMt Ainerivsk; 1 n qti.rit's of V. & t.reatly Distorted. WASHINGTON", May 29. German propaganda designed to align 8outh and central American countrie against the United Btates waa expos ed by the state department. Jn three republics, Argentine, Venezuela and Colombia, the propaganda asaumed aluxming proportion. Argentine is a hotbed of pro-3erman, anti-American propagandists. .Evidence shows the propaganda was directed from Berlin by the use of a cable from Spain to Buenos Aires. German firm sin A r ge n 1 1 ne we re age n t s of Berlin In stirring up sentiment, it is officially declared. Inquiry by the United Htates to learn the facts concerning the report ed wheat embargo were distorted by propagandists into an attempt by the United States to dictate Argentine's policies. The argentine government baa not taken a part in encouraging the propaganda. The propagandists greatly fanned the anti-American feeling in Colombia caused by the separation of I'anama. Chile repuls ed the German influences, ft is Indi cated Chile will Jutn with Brazil "against Germany. HELP WIN THE WAR Fight Economize Conserve BUT FIRST OF ALL Produce Buy a Liberty Loan HKKKN TO lUXKTt DRAFT. KANSAS CITY, May 2. A re quest for an injunction to proven! state, county or city authorities from enforcing the selective service bill June ft was filed with the circuit court by JudK Khewalter. attorney for the federation for democratic control, a pacifist orKsnixation. I.I (HI.Vo Klfl NKW FKKMIKK. I'EKIMJ, May 2. 14 Chine Mil has brest named premier and entrust ed with ttie rormaUon of a rwMneu A oosJIUn minlmry is prohairie. Inr. Wetinc f'ans: was unwwyrt til tr forming a ministry and ajinotineed hi dev-ilnalion of Me nremlrr.hlp. IIOI-M5 JROVISIOH EI4MIX TKI). 1 WAKHJNOTOX, May . The en- ( ate1 flnaore committee snsnunnu4t toted to Wunlruuc the house iru iWm la Uar retenue bill rotiliiu faf a t-n per cent lncrew In all Liberty Loan Bonds are the safest investment in the world today. They are is sued by the United States Government and are a mort gage in the United States of America our country the richest country in the world. They are Uncle Sam's prom ise to pay, and he is worth $225,000,000,000. ff I 1 Liberty Loan Bonds pay 3'fc Interest and they may be had in any of the follow ing demoninations: $50, $100. $500, $1000, $6000, $10,000, $50,000 and $100. 000. You can make a first payment as low as one dollar and have until August 30 to pay the balance. Most big business houses will accept Liberty Loan Bonds same as cash in payment for merchandise. - A MESSAGE FROM SECRETARY W, G. M ADOO "Wars cannot he conducted without money. It Is the first thing to he provided. In this war It Is the most immediate help the most effective help that we can give. We must not be content with a subscription of two billion dollars we must oversubscribe this loan as an indication that America Is stirred tn the depths and aroused to the summit of her greatneSH in Ihe criuae of freedom. Let us not endanger success by complacent optimism. Let us not satisfy ourselves with the reflection that seme one else will subscribe the required amount. Let every msn and woman In the land make It his or her business to sub scribe to the IJberty I .own immediately, and If they cannot sub scribe themselves, let them indue somebody else to subscribe. Provide Ihe Government with the funds Indispensably needed for the conduct of the war and give notice to the enemies of the I'nlted States that as have billions to sacrifice in the cause of I-lbeity. . . "Huy a liberty Hond today; do not put It off until tomorrow, rvery dollnr provided quliklv nd expeneded wisely will shorten iht war and ssve human life." W. G. M'ADOO, Secretary of th Treasury. 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