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EIGHT PAGES DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAYJULY 26, 1917. liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii FEW MINOR ERRORS RUTH LAW ON HER. LIBERTY LOAN TOUR I Mens IN DRAFT LISTS V v. . Get the Habit of paying cash at The Dean Tatom Co. and getting more good, fresh groceries, vege tables and fruits. The telephone number is 688. Our cash system reduces our operating expenses and you ,get the benefit. But re member, quality and service is the best, always. Try us out and you be the judge. 1 II ijiiHiiiiniiiiuiiiiriiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiuiiiiiiiiiitiiiiii FOR SALE 1 i 324 acres of fine wheat land, 2 miles north- 1 east of Weston on the Walla Walla road. Fine' i . ' 8 room modern house with lights, bath, hot and f I cold water, good barn, holds 20 head of stock and 100 tons of hay, running water and lights in it. Good outbuildings, including new garage, 15 acres of grain, 240 acres of plowing, com bine and all other implements, also household goods and everything goes except automobile, piano and livestock, for $30,000. No better land E in Umatilla county. See ESTES & FRIEDLY I Who "Sell, Rent or Insure Anything." M M.WX ST UK FT TK1.KPHON K S niniMIMIIIIMMIIIItinillllllMlltllMIMMHIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIMIIIIIIHIIIIIMIMlllMltlll?! Hefauie of a few minor mlHtake made law wnek In tHenraphlnir the draft numbers from Wanhlnfttori throughout the country, aeveril Uma tllla county men. subject to the draft were not Included in the unofficial llHt as published Immediately follow Ins the drawing. In the adjustments which have been made It is found that No. 658 In the drawing is lottery No. 8695 In stead of 3695. as originally publish ed; lottery No. 20gs is 1179, Instead of 1170; lottery No. 2290 is 1143 In stead of 1043; lottery No. 3612 Is 670, InHtead.nf 607; lottery No. 7821 Is 2.- 812. Instead of 2012; lottery No. 9572 is 638. instead of 6038. These errors have been corrected on the East Orenonians unofficial Fmatilla county as there are no lot- Umatllla county as there are not lot tery numbers above 2400 in this county. No. 1179 Is Valentine Trt-at. care Hotel Pendleton, whose number was drawn Instead of 1170 which l Wade Prlvett. Pendleton. No. 1143 i Percy C. Culbertson of Pendleton In. stead of 104 3. Georsre W. Hooker. Pendleton. No. 670 Is Herbert O. Parker of Athena Instead of No. 607, Millard C. Mclyennan of Athena. The number of Dale Hlnkle of Hermlston. 2012. appeared on the first list but it should have been 2812 and there Is no such number in this county. Jess White of Athena bears the number 538 which appears on the revised list Instead of !038. I.AD BANK TRorBI.K OVKR. PfTwons Involved In Alleged Ilsen- sfon Kxon'Tated. BBRKHUEY. Cal , July- 2. Per. sons Involved In alleged Internal dis sension in the federal land bank of Berkeley, which resulted in the re cent resignation of two directors, were exonerated in a statement issued by Judge Charles E. Lobdell of Wash ington, D. C after the. conclusion of an Investigation by him into the af. fairs of the bank. FY vex A V V. v The In- to i ups ruble Baby l ood. hmllhj bahir ttfIL WIDEMANN'S; GOAT MIL! AT LEADING OMUGCIST WIDEMVNN GOAT -MILK Ca fhy U't- - " K mini 3001163 tto U llllllillllllllllllllim Q9l-9iDCl Sit I 1 2f; n 01 t, mi ' 1 ''A i ,idi.VJm-M ' V'J1 Kuih Iw left Cleveland to fly over jtheir residents they should sub- ! ami nth-lscribe to the lJbertv Loan. She many nortnern n, - - ol!.rf , ,,,, , .ur i,h a ers in the Missus.ppi - ; - , M, WiMl. in them with paper ooiuihi iu Summer Suits STEI N-BLOCH, , SOPHO- MORE and SCHLOSS BROS. I Every suit is tailored by master tailors.. Every fabric is selected by cloth experts. I Styles are desisrned by the country's best designers. SATISFACTION E to the wearer is our watch- I word. 1 Our Suits are all popular- ly priced at $15.00, $17.50, E $18.50, $20.00, $22.50 to I $30.00. ALEXANDERS I I CLOTHING DEPT. 5 liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii; H TO A. LEAD E CORPS OF O.IJ.G. H. A. Hrandon, former O.-W. K. & N. engineer who oudi tne mi n"1-" urancn Hue and did much oiner im portant coiuitruction work in this eclion some years ago, nas miue major of the battalion of ore Ion engineers. The foUowing story from the jour. nal will interest local friends ot Ma jor and Mrs. Brandon: Htrbert A. Bianuon, recs-oneo. ono of the best engineers on the Pacific coast, today accepted the command of the battalion ol engineers recently organized by the Oregon National liuurd Major Brandon took up his command at once and is occuping ,mportlince or tne performed picnic grove of pines, where break fast, and later a trout dinner were served by the charming people of Joseph. The return trip through the mountains, with an auto ride and dinner at La Grande, finished a day of pleasure, the memory of which the editors will treasure for many a day. The editors of Oregon and some from other states as invited guests, gained a knowledge of the resources and beauties of eastern Oregon, which they will carry to many distant localities. They will tell by spoken word and in undying type of the su perb hospitality and magnificent spir. It of friendship poured out so splen didly by the delightful people of east, ern Oregon. The Pendleton spirit, which has made Itself felt on more than one occasion, was chiefly re sponsible for the unusual tribute of esteem and respect towards the mem. bers of the Oregon press. This testi monial to a class of men and women, who labor intelligently, unceasingly, unselfishly and courageously for com munity, state and national welfare, Is the more to be appreciated by the editors because of the people of Pen dleton being able to grasp the large I j I v ' j f nn mt XAil r-- . : o) 0 iillililiil u :jj u uuu rv g The popular summer resort of eastern Oregon. j ( Dining Room Open All Day Sunday 5 Meals a la carte. Plenty of time, eats and service every Sunday hereafter. I Everything Remodeled or Renovated p New bath houses. New cottages. Fine camping grounds. Good fishing, g Swimming in large hot mineral water pool. g I Big Dance Next Saturday Night 1 IH The old dance hall has been thoroughly overhauled. Good music, fine floor and lots ss of room. v f" B The roads are now open and first class service assured all. H headquarters at the armory. When his appointment was an nounced, Brandon ended a long fight to be of service to his country. An Englishman by birth and a veteran of 10 years' engineering e perience with the British army in In. dia. later with the American army in the Philippines. Brandon had been repeatedly turned down by the war department because ne was a n months over the age limit. -In perfect health and bound he was going to help he turned his at tention to the Oregon National Guard, where he was given the highest office possible by Governor Withycombe and Adjutant Urneral White. Brandon has been consulting engi netr for three years with headquar ters here. Before that time he built the Deschutes line and also the coeiir d'Alene extension for the O.-W. K. si N. Co. He had also done consid. erable other construction work. "The Oregon National t.uard Is es pecially fortunate in getting such a man to la.l its enRineer battalion." declared Adjutant General White to day. "We went over the field care, fully and could find no man whose training, character and willingness to be of service even approuched Major Brandon's. He took command at once, asking only a teJA nours to wuio the monster gun's position after an air raid over the enemy's lines. Canadian .aviators have attained master- of the air, the statement says. NO DKI.AY IV IA'MBER KHIPPI' WASHINGTON. July 28. To dis pose of reports of serious delays In delivery of lumber for the national army cantonments, the defense coun cil's lumber committee today an. nounced that 180.000.000 feet or 0 per cent of the total required for the IS cantonments already . had been Don't talk too much: a stiff lower jaw is as useful as a stiff upper lip. Mllllliililll nmnrmfi HfttMfinfnmnT!fHifMHtTTifinm.f!tnimn(fittifiitif i.1:i;:,i;:1;.,i:;l;)!;;i,iliiiu:;1mii:.iiuuiii:iiliiiiii-. by the editors. a touched on by Pen dleton speakers. The editors of Oregon and their friends will be ever grateful for the Pendleton spirit that conceived and carried out so faultlessly, with the cooperation of " their community friends, the exceedingly enjoyable and instructive annual convention and outing which was held last week in Pendleton. GKKKK AITHOR1TY KKSTtMKKU i S Allies Abandon Omcrol of (Soverti. mcnt, A then Report. WASHINGTON. July 2. The al lied control of Oreece's internal sit uation has been formally abandoned, according to an Athens cable to the Greek legation here today. While de tails are lacking it is assumed this means the withdrawal of the allied supervision of such governmental ac tivities as railroads, telegraphs and postoffice and restoration of the sov ereignty of tne Greek government. j: AHtMKX Sll.HXOC GKKMAX GlXS:- Says Canadians M astern of Sky, French Report. CANADIAN HEADQUARTERS IN ut hi personal affairs, which, as he ". ' up ins ieitMii . . .German shells weighing nearly three- quarters of a ton that were dropping said, he hd been preparing for ser vice since the United States first en tered the war v Mrs. Biandnn and their two sons I will remain In Portland until the war is over, the Hrandon home being a; 502 Kast Twenty-third street north. tharaherlHlir "olio and Dii-rhoe icemea. Now is the time to buy a bottle of this remedy no as to be prepared in case that any one of your f;miily should have an attack of colic or di arrhoea during the summer month. It is worih a hundred times its cost. STATE PRESS COMMENTS ON RECENT CONVENTION A 20 miles back of our front was quick ly silenced Sunday by bombs dropped by Canadian aviators who discovered SUMMER TOURIST TICKETS EAST ON SALE Fridays and Saturdays To September 29 Denver $ 60.00 Omaha - 65.00 St. Louis 76.20 Chicago 77.50 Detroit 88.50 New York 115.70 Similar Fares to all Chief Cities East. Long limits Stopover privileges. . VIA Union Pacific System Visit Yellowstone, Great Salt Lake, and Estes-Rocky Mountain Park enroute. T. F. O'BRIEN, Agent. iiniiNUiii p-a UiiUUiilliiUllli.! KDITOItS kxtki;t.inki IV HOY Al. FASHION. W. W. HOCH, Prop. Bingham Springs, Gibbon P. 0., Oregon m ill'iliillllililliljlllilliililiilli. (Walla Walla bulletin. Last Friday. Saturday and Sunday. Pendleton entertained the Oregon State Kditorial assiMMiition and did it in the usual neneruiis and whole- I hearted Pendleton way. The hosp: j tality extended would have done credit to any city in the land, for no j city could huve extended more kindly or generous care and attention. During the three days, everything that a carefully prepared program could obtain, was provided for Pen dleton guests. To cap the climax, a special train was chartered for a trin to beautiful Wallowa I,ake. Here a most doliphtful day was spent af th' lake, at Wallowa Kail. an I in lb mi Aivay from t REST AND RECUPERATE. JOIN THE JOLLY CROWD AT LEHMAN SPRINGS AMONG THE PINE TREES OF UMATILLA COUNTY. HOTEL REBUILT NEW CABINS FREE CAMP GROUNDS Dancing every night regular orchestra hired by the month. Free lumber for tent floors. Hot and cold water piped to camp grounds. Baths, Swimming, Dancing, Hunting, Fishing, Hot Mineral Water Pool and Lot of Huckleberries. Room and Board $2.00 per day. R. E. IIDIG, Prop. Auto stage leaves Pilot Rock every Monday, Wednesday and Friday noon, connect ing with Pilot Rock train and Pendleton-Pilot Rock auto stage.