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EIGHT PAGES DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1917, STRIKING PHOTO OF SHIP FIRED BY SUBMARINE IN MID-OCEAN jf Cillllllilllllllllllliiiililililillllilllllliliiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiillilllllllllllllilllllllllllllliv AN INEXPENSIVE LIGHT-SIX WITH THE LUXUR- IES, CONVENIENCES AND, SPECIFICATIONS 5 .OF THE HIGH-PRICED CARS I " There's a Message for You ' WHAT HAKES G. H. C. TRUCKS SUPERIOR? Construction Plus Motor Power Added To The construction of G. M. C. trucks is rug fred and sturdy; the motor is anchored all the way round ; the frame is heat treated. It's a little bigger and stronger than the same capacity trucks of other makes. G. M. C. trucks have a motor designed for . 4. " 2 1 ' " , A- s ... SI 025 in Pendleton S Easy to drive stnd keep-up. . r Easy on tires and fuel, and its cantilever springs make it easy on YOU. I SAXON ROUSTABOUT I The World't Handiest "Four" for $57S. I LET US DEMONSTRATE. i s a 1 City Auto Go. Inc. I W. C. NAY, Manager. 722 Cottonwood St. . Telephone 46 ?lMIIIIIIIMinMIMIinnIMIIIIIMMIIIIMIIIMnMnitllltllllHMIIMIIMMIMIIIMIIIMMiniMf7 Catarrhal DeafneAR Cannot Be Cnrrd tiy local applications, they cannot reach tni liinvawed portion o( the eur. There ia only unti way to cure ratarrhal lafnw. ami that t by a i-onatltutioual r-mea. ('tarrbul Ieirnetw Ik atUKri by an Id llstued rooilfllon of Hit miKouH lining of the K'luiarhian Tube. Whn this tulK! la Inflamed yoo have a rumbllnR ..wind or 1m lierfwt hoarlnn. and when It l entir-Iy i-loapfl. lafneft la the reHUlt. t'nlem the Inflammation ran be reduce! and thla tube tutored to It normal condition, hear Inn will be dtntvoved forever. Many of tVafnras are catmed by catarrh, which In an lnflam-d condition of the tnusoua an. farm. Ilall I'atnrrh Medicine acta thrn the hlnod on the mucous surface of the ayatem. w will irW One Hundred Hollars for ny case of Catarrhal Ieafneia that cannot be cared by Hall' ratarrb Medicine, Clr rulara free All rmirttlt, 75c. V J. CIIKNKY CO.. Toledo. 0. HEADACHE STOPS, ' NEURALGWl gone Dr. James' Headache Powders give instant relief Cost dime a package. ONE NKJIIT PROVES TO BK Hl'FPICIKVr ' ' FOR. MODFIIN KVK - DENVER, Colo., Aug. 3. "One night v.aa enough. Never again Modern clothes and a good tent for mine next time." aid Miss Agnes U, the Hocky Mountain natjonal park's "modern Eve" today. Miss Lowe, a rn-ed In the 4 University of Michigan, entered the wilderness near Rstea Park 4 Sunday morning to upend seven days 'in a thorouKhly primitive late but aha apepared shortly 4 before dark' Monday night at 4 the cabin of a. family of wm. 4 mer visitors, a few miles aouth 4 of Long's Peak Inn, and tear. fully asked to be cared for un- til her mother and brother could come to Ret her. She was hunitry. drenched fro sen. and nearly 4 slukf.k ;kts vki ix n:uKiii. pitio Nerve-racking, splitting or dull, throbbing headaches yield in just a few momenta to Dr. James' Headache Pow ders which cost only 10 cent a pack age at any drug store. It's the quick est, surest headache relief in the whole world. Don't suffer! Relieve the agony and distress nowl You can. Millions of man and women ' have found that headache and neuralgia misery is needless. Get what you ask for. C. K. MARTIN New and Second Hand Goods Bought and Sold Harness Shoe" and AU Kinds tf Repairing. ' 110 Vi Webb St., Pcmllcion Ore. NEW Yi'HIC. Auk. . Mayer, I Orauhard, twenty-two. of No. J 18 Forsyth, street, was sentenced es torday In the federal court to a year in prison for having failed to roals ter. His defense was thai he was a conscientious objector. William D. Houston, of Philadel phia and Frank Krohnengold of the Bronx were Indicted for wearlnp. un lawfully, uniforma of officers of the army. The federal grand Jury also Indicted several llnuor denlers accused ot selling drinks to soldiers and sail ors In uniform. Conrad F. Dykemnn. a construction engineer, was held at lii.ooo bail by tVmmuwIoner Hitchcock for hearing on a churae of fraudulently represent ing himself to a man named Kdward Mead as a spy hunter from the de-f-urtmant of Justice. . 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. 'J It This photograph . was taken In flames nnd sinking. The censor, for , After she wax torpedoed he- was sl mid ocean i.fter a Herman submarine j some reason, has not penuitled the afire and then the submarine sailed had f red the ship which is shown in name of the vessel to become known, off for new victims. HOGS TOP MARKET 15.75 IN PORTLAND POHTLA.VI). ore., Aug. 7 II"gs advanced 10 to. 15c late In tne any with tops at 15 15.75. All oth er lines of livestock were strong. General strength was shown in the livestock market at North Portland when the week's tra'ling opened. Wh le the run waa a small one. there was an Increase In all offerinna except mutton as compared with laat Monday's showing. Cattle division of tne market show, ed strength. Most of the offering consisted of cows and these sold not only quickly, but :n the main prices were sopiewhat firmer but higher. Oeneral cattle market range: Beet beef steers $ S.S0 9.CI0 Good beef steers 7.50p 8.25 Best beer cows 5.90 7.26 Ordinary to good cows . 4 00 on Heat heifers .00lg. 7.25 Bulls 4. 50 . Calves s.SO 9.2; Stocker and feeder steers 4.00 7.25 !al; Hardy & Whitman. Pendleton. 1 loud; W, P I"tncnt, Myrtle Point 2 lo.i 3; E. Q. Young Co . Oakland. I load; (H-orge Kohlasen. ItoselMirg. 1 load; (ieorge K. Brown, Corvallis. t loads; it. O. peters, 1 load; William Jonea.. i kad; W. K Smith, Condon, 2 loads; F. Welch. 2 loads; W. Rum niins. Pomeroy. Wash., l load. Cattle and Calves K. (I. young & Co.. Oakland. 1 load; w A. Hreen. wald. Koosk a. Idaho. 1 load. Mixed Ktuff O. K. r.orsline. Jo s' ph. 1 load cattle, hona and sheep; II. I. Johnson. North Powder. 1 l"a-i cattle and hogs; W. A laper. Yon culla. l,load cattle and hogs; a C. Carter, Myrtle Point. 1 load cattle and hogs; Oeorge Zimmerman. Yam. hill. 1 loud cattle and hog?; Thomp son & ntry, Heppner. 2 loads cat tle, calves hogs and shi'ep. The navy department waited for weeks for the work to be done. No progress was made. Secretary Daniels aske 1 President Wilson for permilnn to let the navy department take the ships over s that the repairs might tie made expe ditiously. The request was granted and navy exp rts got the Job well on the way to completion while the ship, ping bonrd continued to argue- about wooden and steel ships. The repairs to the Vaterland cost more than $1,000,000. The govern ment has not announced to what service she will be assigned. Easo of Operation Give Service. pulling heavy loads; a motor with a gover nor to guard against careless driving; a motor that doe.i not heat; a motor to stand the "gaff." G. M. C.'s are easy to arive, small number of parts, no complicated adjustments. A truck so simple that any driver can take care of it. Real service means the lowest cost per ton mile over a period of years; means a truck at work all the time. That is the G. M. C. message to you as an individual. Service of a sort that makes you want more of it. "LET YOUR TRUCK BE A G. M. C" STURGiS, STORIE & CO. Phone 40i Cor. JohnsoA and Water St. America learns. It is not putting off the coal problem until the people are in the grip of winter and -of the coal magnates. I.KAVKS Mill OK AM fllJJONS TO KKItVK I'. S. swine Market Urm. Strength was shown In the swine dlvis on of the North Portland yards with a small showing of supplies for Monday. Killers took hedd of offer ings quickly and values were gener ally inclined t" strength. ileneral hog market range: Prime light H5.SOtPlS.75 Pllme heavy 15.60tjl5.S5 Pigs 14.10i 14.75 Only a very nomlnai showing of mutton and lamb supplies a iudi. catet at the opening of the week's trading at North Portland General trade condit'ons started strong with values sustained. General mutton anil lamb range: v.,.r n itn ii:winii.in Valley lambs 11.00011.60 I Yearlings S.75W .25 j Wethers 8.00 8.50 w., 3 50B 7 00 ( Monday fvetH-k Shippers. Hogs Klgiti Forwarding company. lstlne, 1 load; Coles a Dodd. Haines 1 load: C. H. Refund. 1 nlon junc tion. S loads; Fellnnd A Kereny, Roosevelt. Wash.. 2 loads. Cattle B. K. Myers. Elg n. 2 loads; Pendleton Meat company. Pilot Rock. 1 load: Sam nelson, z lou'ie; nui, Ilynd. 1 load; William McKenxie. i CAMP FREMONT. Aug. 3- "David Keith. Jr., 22 years old, married; oc cupation, banking business; address. jsalt Lake City." That's the way he signed the roll I at the headquarters building. He stood back while Sergeant H. E. Par. ker duly recorded his name. He was a slight youth with a very dapper lit tle mustache. His shirt was of silk: there was a diamond pin of price In Mi tie. Once, he stepped to the winrtow niu! glanced out at the "millionaire's ,-iie" automobile on the driveway. Hut he was all attention when the setscant called his name, told him where to report lor a uniform and the I ! WOKK I'Oit r. s. kninkki:s j IS FHAXCE FJQl'AI.H PANAMA 4 CANAU ' ' ' H; I Clear, Peachy Skin - Awaits Anyone Who guv him his assignment quartermasters reserve corps. He stopped for a moment by the side of the big touring car. on his way out. "It's all rlKht. dad." he said to the -man who sat by the chauffeur on the front seat Then he leaned over and kissed the young girl who sat In tne back seat. "Seo you In San Francisco, so Ion?.' And two hours later, David Keith Jr.. heir to millions and son of David Keith, millionaire banker and mining man of Salt Lke OH, was Aack on the Job at headquarters! buildinf, ready to answer the call of the ser geant who sat in the front room Keith motored down to Camp Fre mont with his wealthy father and his young bride, his wife ' will occupy ar. apartment in San Francisco. One of the ranking sergeants from whom Keith takes orders worked his way through college tending furnace.', pressing pants and roing other odd Jobs in his spare time. Another sergeant who ranks him left high school in his second year be. cause he had to help support his fam ily, and never did go back. 4 f r j: VBRi-Gi. wsH.MAcrc WASHINrOTOX. Auk. 7. Kn:. noer Corps of the army. The scope of these operations, as explained to day by (Seneral William B. Black, chief of engineering: of the army. wU cover the buildnj? of a railroad sys tem greater than that in some states of the country, the construction of docks and terminals which would do credit to many American ports, the construction and operation of hug-e electrical plants and pumping: sta tions and water supply system, suffi cient to supply several largr& c'ties. The plans for this tremendous en gineering undertaking in France are already drawn and the material now being purchased in this country. The railroad material and rolling stock for the contemplated system will cost about fivetime that of all purchases made annually for the Panama canal. Net foments 15rluid Dracttnl J AVceiabtelVqfatoiiW sinuiatinutcroou uj 21 j tififiUKSteniachsaiHiBgwg line me nioiMur a"" -, i TherctryPiomoUngins j ncuherOpiom.Morphinenor jtUSMm I WtipaUonajKlDianlwei t aitdFevcrlshnessakl LossofSU For Infants and Childron. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Always Bears the Signature of f In Use For Over Thirty Years cc sj ii sjp.sp i tt.1L" .. . j n mt n wt " act Copy of Wrapper. tct.s . v.-oim t. I Drinks Hot Water ! i J Says an Inside bath, before break- fast helps us look and feel f clean, sweet, fresh. Sparkling an.l vivacious merry, bright, alert, good, clear skin anl a natural, rosy healthy complexion, are. assured only by pure blood. If only every man and woman, could be Induced to adopt the morning inside hath, what a gratifying change would take place. Instead of the T. S. F1J ItAISKD ON TIIK VATKItl.AXK SHnll ti'Tman sh'l, iJirmt in the World. Now in V. S. Natal Service WASHINGTON. Aug. S. Secretary Daniels Inst night officially announc ed that the Stars and Stripes were run up on the Hamburg-American line steamship Vaterland at Hoboken and that a naval crew took her over. She Is the largest passenger ship in the world. In making his announcement the secretary added that fifteen more German ships will be ready for com mission within the Immediate future. This means the engines which the thousands of sickly anaemic-looking German crews sought 'to destro men. women and girls, with pasty or soon will be repaired and the l'nlte-1 muddy complexions; Instead or the j states will have the use of this ton. mult t ti ties tit "nerve wrecks," "run-jnaee. downs." ' "brain fags" and pessimists When these vessels were taken ov wo should see a virile, optimistic er originally by this government the throng or roey.cheeked people every- shipping board promptly took charge where of them and announced that the An Inside bath is had by dr liking board would superintend the repairs each morning. before breakfast, a glass of real hot water with a tea- spoonful of limestone phosphate in it to wash from the stomach, liver, kld rfeys and ten yards of bowels the pre. vlous days indigestible waste. sour fermentations and poisons. thus cleansing, sweetening and freshening the entire alimentary caeial beOore putting more food into the stomach. Those subject to slclr headache, b'l lousuosM. nasty breath, rheumatism, colds; and particularly those who havo a pallid, sillow complexion and who are constipated Very- often, are urged. to obtain a qoarter pound of limestone phosphate at the drug store which will cost hut a trifle, but is sufficient to demonstrate the quick and remarqable change In both health and appearance. awaiting those who practice Internal sanita tion. We must remember that inside cleanliness is more Important than outside, because the skin does not ab sorb Impurities to contaminate the blood while the porei In the thirty feet of bowels do. 7? PEARL WHITE (PATHE) Star of The Ftal Ring, at the Onsy Tocaday and Wednesday CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY ATTORNEYS. D. W. BAILKV. ATTORN KT AT Law. Rooms 7, 8. 9. Despain Bids. GEOHOK W. COCTTS. ATTORN E V at law. Room 17, Schmidt block. CARTER A SMYTHB, ATTORNEYS at law. Office in .rear of American National Bank building. FEE & FEB. ATORNEYS AT LAW. Office in Dcspain building. JOHN W. HVTT ATTORNEY-AT-Law. Room 5, American Na-.ion.n Bank Buildings R. IT" KKATOR, ATTCWNKY AT Law. Room 34, Smith-Crawford Building. a A. NEWBKRRY. ATTORNEY AT Ijiw. Smith-Crawford Building. PETERSON (& BISHOP. ATTOU neys at law; rooms 3 and 4, Smith. Crawford building. JAMES B PEJRJIT, ATTORNEY AT Law. Office over Taylor Hard: ware company. RAI.EY A RALBT, ATTORNEYS AT Inw. office In American National Pa ok Building. FREDERICK. aTHlWBR, ATTOR ney at law. Office in Smith-Crawford building. & A. umTLU ATTORNEY AND counsellor at law. Office In De spain building. lNsfTtAXCE nT"LANlTlSlNi HENn.ET A MONTGOMERY. REAL eatute, fire, life and accident Insur. ance agents. 815 Main street. Fhcne 404. 1113d- WANTED, MAI.K. AN INTELLIGENT PERSON MAY earn $100 monthly corresponding for newspapers; $40 to $50 monthly in spare time; experience unneces sary; no canvassing: subjects sug gested. Send for particulars. Na tional Press Bureau, Room 4285, Buf falo. N. T. Fl'NIiRAl, nlKECTOltS. JOHN S. BAKBIi. PTNERAL Di rector, .and licensed embalmer. Op posite postofflce. Funeral parlor, two. funeral cars. Calls responded to day or night. Phone 75. MlSCKIiLA X BOAS. LEGAL . BLANKS OF EVERY DE scription for county court, circuit conrt, justice court, real estate, etc. for sale at East Oregonian office. AlU'HlTfcXT. RAYMOND W. HATCH. ARCHI tcct. Ilespain Building. Phone 78, Pendleton. Oregon. DOCTORR 3. A. ROBX it. D. PRAOTICK LDI tted to the eye. ear. nose an 1 throat Room 31. Judd Building. HIJJ" VAXTI-U. I'KlALEi AN LNTEIJJGENT PERSON MAT earn. $100 monthly corresnonding for newspapers; $40 to $50 monthly in spare time; experience unneces sary;" no canvassing; subjects sug gested. Send for particulars. Na tional Press Bureau. Room 4 2R$. Buffalo. N. Y. SALESMAN WANTED EVERY. where, to sell our choice nursery stock. Make money at spare time. Write for particulars. Donald Nurserv Co.. Donald, Oreg AI'sTlOvWlM, COL. W. F. TOHXKA. AfCTION eer. makes a specialty of farmers' stHk and machinery sales. "The man that gets you the money." ly ave ortlers at East oregonian offb-e. SOUt ITOKS. RICHARD i. PARK. JR. SOIJiMT- r ,f Patents. 1419 F. St.. N. W.. Uashinpcton. D. C. FARM LANDS. SPXX1ND HAND DR.MiF.RS. V. STItOBLrX PEALER IN NEW and second hand goods Cnh paid for second hand goods. Cheapest plyace to buy household goods. 210 E. Court. Phone 27 1W. THE GOVERNMENT NEEDS FAl: mers as well as flKhters Two mil lion three hundre-l thousand acres of Oregon a California Railroad Cti. Grant Lands. Title revested in Unit ed States. To be opened f.r hom- 1 Him lunrl le. In I'nlte.l Mt Jf l-arge copyrighted toip. Mhiwiosl land bv sections and dewrrllion if soil, climate, rainfall, elevation, tem perature, etc, bv coiintleo. -,wtpsj'. tine Ivollar. i'.rant fjinds Iwat'iig Co. !'. x I0, 1'i.rt and. I'ns'is.