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TjlN PAGES DAILY EAST OREGONTAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. WEDNESDAY. OCTORER 31. 1917. PAGE THKr.r. -.-, NEWS NOTES OF PENDLETON loy IiuH lUiml. J Hobby Dunn, 11 yeur old miu.of Mr. tand Mm. William Dunn, wuh among fth Pendleton Juvenllea who Invested I their earn In k In Liberty Bondn. Bob lby had saved up $50 by doing odd jobs and with it purchased a bond through the First National Bank. IMes t State lowttal. Joe Slagnear, Hometime known an Joe Kalchner. died yesterday at the Kantern Oregon Htate HoHpltal where he had been for over, two year and a half. Hewas an Austrian 'by birth and a gardener by occupation. Hie age was 64. The body will be ship ped this evening to La Grande, his former home. Two MuiltflnfE ermlts. O. W. Byers took out a permit this morning to repair and remodel hU Kast Court street home nt a cost of 9500. J. W. McCormmach took out a permit to put in a partition In the old Pendleton garage to make room for the Chevrolet agency. Pointer and CharleK Ix'dbetter were being escorted to the police station by Chief of police Hoberts. The two men had looked to6 long upon boot' lt-gger booze and the experience cost them $10 apiece in police court this morning. Putting lp PoHtatfo KlfW-s. Postmaster T. J. Tweedy is posting in many public places signs announc ing, the Increased postage rates which go Into effect Nov. 2.. Mooting1 Ik at 7 O'clock. The midweek meeting at the Meth odist church tonight will commence one-half hour earlier than usual, be ing 7:00 to 8. The pantor will com mence the study of ''Paul, the First Foreign Missionary." Kveryone Is invited to attend the first service and continue through the series. Arretted for Being Drunk pySrliardly had they stepped from No. i this evening from California yfcwterd afternoon than Bert Father mew to Attend Funeral. The body of Herman C. Nleter, who died Kunday at Ht. Anthony's hospital of typhoid fever, will probably be In terred here tomorrow. The father of ! the young man is expected to arrive j The de ceased, who was a young man. was i working for Kliermun ('ray tie at the lime he took sick. Previously he hud worked for John Adams and Ham Thompson. He had ridden In the. try outs at the past two Kound-tTps and a year ago sustained a broken shoul der In a full from a bucking horse. Supreme Court Adjourns. The supreme court adjourned Its eastern Oregon fall term this morn ing, a night session last night having helped In cleaning the docket. Most of the Justices left on No. 17 today for Salem, Home Illll of Pol u toe. In the windows of the Clark Hard ware tftore today are being exhibited some potatoes grown in one hill on the II. A. Tenny place at Riverside The potatoes weigh 15 pounds and most of the poundage is made by four mammoth tubers. PAY CASH AND GET MORE The Dean Tatom Co. Phone 688 SWEET. CIDER. .... .quart 10c, gal. 35c Italian Prunes, pound 5c ' Rome Beauty Apples, box $1.35 Fresh Eggs, dozen 60c Pimento Cheese, 2 for 25c Booth's Sardines 25c New Pack Beets, tin 25c Sweet Potatoes, 5 pounds 25c Spinach, 3 pounds 25c Head Lettuce 10c b IN THE MEAT DEPARTMENT You will find Salmon, Halibut, Trout, Crabs and Kippered Salmon. Swift's Ham and Bacon. everyTiTingToatT Two Marriage Licenses. Marriage licenses were Issued to day to E. Thomas Caton. 20. and Jen nie L. Scott, 19, both of Athena, and to John Henry Reamer, 25, and Her- tha Walden, 20, both of Weston. The latter couple were married at 1:30 this afternoon In the Golden Hule parlors by Rev. H. H. Hubbell. Knights Postpone Initiation. In order not to conflict with the Memorial Day exercises of the Elks, the local council. Knights of Colum bus, has postponed its initiation until Decern her 9. Hawthorne JyOfen to Wasl .burton. An exciting game of basketball war played yesterday afternoon at the Hawthorne school playground be tween boys teams representing Haw thorne and Washington grade schools. Washington beat Hawthorne. 16-9. The game, played under the direc tion and coaching of Miss Bailey, wan as -good as high school contests, ac cording to Mr. Amort, referee. The girls' team of the same schools will Play tomorrow afternoon at the tVftuhlngton play grouund. The line-ups were as follows: Washington, forwards, Marvin Keene and Charles Snyder; center. Homer Hayden ; guards, Waldon Byers and Fred Itohrman. For Hawthorne, for wards. James Willis, Vern Parrey; guards H. Houser and Kenneth Bow man; center, Durad Wirth. Your Clothes, Mr. Man are supposed to reflect your personality, but how can this be possible without the tailor see ing you. We make clothes to suit you as well as fit you. . You get to try them on. Let us tell you more about It face to face In our shop. , - Free OtMration !r Hrrults. Recruiting officer Peter Swartz has been advised that navy surgeons and patriotic physicians of Portland have made it possible for many young men with minor physical defects to enlist In the navy, operations being per formed without charge. Over 300 youths have been reclaimed for the service during the past eight months In Portland by such operations. Am ong the correctable causes for rejec tion are the following: Hernia rup ture!, varicocele, varicose veins in leg hydrocele, tumors not malignant hammer-toes and stiff fingers, haem orrhoids, fistula, tonsllitis and defec tive teeth. Patriotic dentists of Port land will attend the defective teeth w ithout charge except for expensive bridge and crown work. WHY TIIR WAR X)rXTltY KE1)S Ol'H BKEF AXD lKXi IltOIt'CTS (Continued from Page 1.) Franseen Lindgren & PROGRESSIVE TAILORS 735 Main St. Phone 466 ?! 5 2 5 Hand. Due to the blessings of the A1- I mighty and the energy of our farmer; secured one of the large; i products to some degree will substi tute for the other fats. I Increased production In pork fats W more rapidity than Increased produc tion of dairy products and on a much more widely extended scale. An In crease in pork fats can also be made more rapidly than an increase In veg etable fats. It appears to me, there fore, that we must concentrate on the increase in the production of hogs If we are to answer the world's craving lor fas. Fortunately our situation during the coming year lends itself to this end. 3 u, K r. w am in bhi nm iwi am art 'iffT mi iwi 7ffl sue 7fll 7.m 7fll VA 1 we expect a carload of new Dodge Brothers MOTOR CARS some day this week. It is to your ad vantage to place an order in advance to insure delivery. PENDLETON CADILLAC AUTO CO. Umatilla. County Distributors we have corn crops in our history. We alst have abundant crops of oats, barley, kafflr corn, soy beans, velvet beans, cottonseed and peanut meal, and we will have a larger supply of mill feed than normal. Not nil of these an hog feed but theywlll enter the gen eral feeding question by adding to the general pool of feed. inclined. Suits and to $35.00. LADIES Don't overlook our Blanket Special this week. A great big double wool blanket 72x84 size, silver grey, a Blanket well worth $7.50, special for this week, pair $5.95 t REMEMBER It will take Xmas packages many weeks to reach our boys somewhere in France. Do Your Xmas Shopping Early. IN SMART CLOTHES FOR YOUNG MEN. You'll find we're right up to the minute on New Young Men's Styles I all the fashionable models are ready here. The "slim and trim" effect of these models is well shown above; they're form fitting, naturally shaped, gracefully cut, very attrac tive. We invite you to make a vfsit of inspection especi ally to see our Schloss Balti more Models. Our salesmen will not urge you to purchase if not Fall and Winter Overcoats $15.00 p vjr JERSIES FOR YOUNG MEN Never have we shown a pretti er line, of Men's Jersies than we arc showing now. ' These are all wool and fast colorings. Come in orange and green, blue and white, grey and maroon, black and orange, and plain colors as grey, maroon, navy, black, etc. All sizes from 34 to 44. $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00. "E. J." Army Shoe, Munson last $6.50 Original Chippewa Hunting Boot, 16 inch top, double vamp, pocket counter, double stitched heavy single sole, oil tanned $10.00 Chippewa Chocolate Chrome Tan, 10 inch top, double vamp, heavy out side counter, double sole, price Florsheim shoes for the man wno cares 58.50 The new winter tans and blacks. A large variety of lasts. The perfect fitting shoe. .$7.00. $7.50, $8.50, $9.00, $10.00 Men's Shoe Department. REMARKABLE is the proper word to apply to the showing from our silk department these days. This department fairly radiates the newest things in fancy and plain silks. Every color that the rainbow knew and many that the rainbow never dreamed of. And our prices are absolutely right, embracing a price range of from 60c to 83.75 per yard. , BROADCLOTHS One of Dame Fashions most favored weaves for Fall and Winter wear. You will find here a most complete line of colors and the oualitv is above re proach. Red, burgundy, brown, dark erev. liebt prev. mir- ple, wistaria, black, white, pink, light blue, apricot, peach and coral. Fifty to fifty-four inches wide. GROCERIES PHONE 526 Just received a fresh lot of Kippered Salmon, lb. 35e Alaska Herring, each 5c Mackerel, each 15c Codfish in 2 pound bricks 40c Kippered Herring in cans 25c Soused Mackerel in cans 25c Sardines, large size oval cans 30c We also carry a complete line of Domestic. Nor wegian and French imported Sardines, Anchovies, etc. FRESH VEGETABLES EVERY DAY. Phone 526 ALEXANDERS of fodder grains whli h wo r:n cxpeol n awi.rt i i-low iif rh. nrpspnl shin- If we asTKreltate Hll of the feeding j . ,,,. ni find one as- PIMPLY? WELL.D0NT BE! iir"H1 i have no cor People Notice It Drive Them Off with Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets A pimply face will not embarrass you much longer if you Ret a package of Dr. Edwards' Oliva Tablets. The skin should begin ta clear after you have taken the tablets a few nights. Cleanse the blood.the bowels and the liver with Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the suc cessful substitute forcalomek there's never nr.y sickness or pain alter taking them. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets do that Tj'-.ich calomel does, and just as effectively, but their action is .gentle cad safe instead of severe and irritating. No one who takes Olivo Tablets is ever cursed with "a dark brown taste," a bad breath, dull, listless, "no good" feeling, constipation, torpid liver, bad disposition or pimply face. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are a purely vegetable compound mixed with olive oil; you will know them by their olive color. Dr. Edwards spent years amoncr pa tients afflicted with liver and bowel complaints, and Olive Tablets ore the immensely effective result Take one or two nightly for a week. See how much better you feel and look, 10c and 25c per box. All druggUia. oiindlns fact which should Rive Am- j erlcan farmers pause: We have to- !: I 'ay somewhere near the equivalent of 1.000. "00. 0'lO bushels of feeds more ear. This Is an increase per cent for vhi(h we ( have no corresponding number of an- ! Imals to feed unless we besln to in ! crease them at once. In other words i as our animals have not kept pace I with onr Increase In concentrates, wc have much more feed this vear than ; we have animals to eat It. Therefore. if farmers are to find markets for feed : : It mst lie to a (treat extent through ; an Increase In animals. The monetary interpretation of thi: 'situation must hi' ihat we will have a low ransp of prices for feeding stuffs ; and. In view of the l'.uropean slum j tion Had our owsi shortage in hogs. : we will have a hitlh average price for I pork products. Therefore. It must j ie to the vital advantage of every ! "armor to raise hogs. SIjiM il 'Koop-a-PI:r Movement. This situation Is one that ran he partly solved tiy our suburban popu lation. If every suburbanite took to his care a pltr and fed It on the house garbage, he would Increase our fat supply and do so without call upon onr general feeding stuffs. In tler mnny 4,000,000 hogs are supported by these means. We need a 'Keep-a-plg" mi vent en t In this country and a properly cared for pig is no more In sanitary than a dog. Such a move ment would necessarily require soni changes In village and urban ordi- BREAKS A COLD IN JUST A FEW HOURS IVM'FS -OI.D XMIOVNIV KMW C.KIIM'K M1SKKY IMIX T STAY ST I 1 IF.D-l p: Von can eml prfppe and break up s severe coM either in head, chest, body or limbs, by taking dose. of "Tape's Odd t'ompnund" every two hours until three doses ure taken. It promptly pens eb'Ctred-up nos trils and jiir 1 assumes in the head, stops nasty discharge or nose running, relieves sick he;id:ehe. dullness, fev orishness. sole threat, sneezing, sore ness and sti:i'ness lon't slay .stuffed up! Quit Mow In am! snuffinc! Kase your throb bing head nothing i'Isp in the world Fives suoh prompt relief as 'Tape's Odd t'ompeund,' which costs only a tew cents ;;t any drug store. It act- wit hout as dstanee. taste nice. and causes no inconvenience. He sure you net the pemiine. t nances: but the mil ioiml w elfar would be amnio warrant for such a course of action. I iiiinHa-linllt" If you were to see the nnetiuiiUed volume of unimpeach able test imony in favor of Hood' Sarsaparilla you w on id upbraid our uelf for ! Ion delayinn to take this effective medicine for that Id nut dis ease from which you are sulferlns. WE GUARANTEE OUR HAMS NOT TO BE SALTY 35c A POUND. SWIFT'S "PREMIUM" MORRIS & CO. "SUPREME" CUDAHY "PURITAN" ARMOUR'S "STAR" We handle all the leading brands. Buy this week and save 5c pound. DOWNEY'S MARKET Phones 188 and 187 Eat Less and Cet Better Quality.