OCR Interpretation


East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, March 05, 1918, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Image 8

Image and text provided by University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn88086023/1918-03-05/ed-1/seq-8/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for PAGE EIGHT

r- EIGHT PAGES
PACE EIGHT
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON,
TUfciSUAI, iviAKn o, Agio. i! .. i - -J;f
1 ' " '
V1
CUT THE COST
OF LIVING
Use Whale Meat, special, can 13c
American Sardines, 5 cans for 25c
Shad, fine for salad, 2 cans for 25c
Manchurian Walnuts, pound 25c
French Prunes, 5 pounds . . . '. 50c
Eulk Macaroni, 5 pounds . .. ; 50c
Rome Beauty Apples, box.'l $1.45
GRAY BROS. GROCERY CO.
Two Phone, 28.
"QUALITY
823 Main St,
ittitilltitlilllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIimilllllirilllllliin:
Accuracy
and
E
Gonomv
The accuracy and economy with which
this institution handles estates far exceed
the capacity of an individual when serving
as Executor or Trustee.
You incur no obligation by consulting us
regarding the facilities of our Trust Department.
Tl
f
a
Pendleton, Oregon
"Strongest Bank in Eastern Oregon"
OVER THE NORTHWEST
' li v
I I
SEATTLE TO ELECT
NEW MAYOR TODAY
Ol.K ' 1IAXSOX AX1 JAM KS
llKADFOKD AUK IX LINK
for OFFlCli
Hitler Omiimimi In WlilrU Chargea
unit Counter t liarjroj Were JiurUiJ
Is At an Kiid Now.
Jont. the "low-down" of hi biff suc-
ctss. "When ho tells mo thut, also
now wen he Knows nes, ii eoy i
used to writ short stories for cheap
fiction magazines."
Howeveiv m;tehnmklnir Is only ono
of Brooks' uccoinlUHhmtyts. Ho Is
iroKularly astim! us physical Instruc
tor for hid co.'Miuiny, as ho had charno
l'iof such work in colored schools of
Kansas City, and with a medicine Kit
supported by company funds, he
icures corns or dandruff and reduces
swellings' and dislocations. Also he
paints and desimis siKiis and posters
for the colored battalion.
SEATTLE, TVash., March 5. Seat
tle, poos to the polls today to decide
the most spectacular municipal elec
tion e,ver held in the city. Ole Han
son and James E. Bradford last night
closed their campaigns for mayor structure
with personalities nymgr tmcK ana
fast in the eleventh hour meetings,
and tons of anonymous and 'official
literature cluttering the sidewalks.
Although a corporation counsel,
city comptroller, treasurer and three
ccuncilmen are to he considered, to
say nothing of three charter amend
ments and six propositions, the may
oralty contest has 1 eclipsed all other
contests, and second Interest Is a re
call election to decide whether Anna
Louise Strong:, member of the school
board, shall retain her seat,,
Will Rebuild School.
LEVISTXN, Idaho,. March 6. The
portions of the Idaho Normal school
building destroyed by fire last De
cember will be replaced by a $50,000
and the undamaged portion
will be Improved in many ways, it is
announced, today. This building will
(become the permanent trailing choo!
(structure when the new administra
tion building, to cost $175,000, is
erected next year. " ,
vinuiiiM4iiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiuiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiliiuiiiiitir
lUhlo Student Is Examined.
COEL'R D'ALKNE, March 4. Fred
Miller, who said he cafne here from
Spokane and Is a member of the In
jj ternational Bible Students', Assocla
jtlon, today was ordered by ihe county
council of defense to turn over to the
z! sheriff within 24 hours alt books and
SI literature of the association In his
possession.
Members of the council, who exam
ined Miller and W. . Baxter, a mer
chant of this city, also declared to be
a member of the association, this aft-
S'ernoon declared the books circulated
here by Miller are of an unpatriotic
nature.
Hereafter no foreign language may
be used in any public meeting in the
county, the council ruled.
"Gorman' Measles Go.
SPOKANE, Wash., March 5. An
other German curse has been lifted.
German measles are no more in Spo
3 kane. The same old symptoms still
S attack the kids, to be sure, but the
5 health department now refers to the
malady as "rubella," the medical term
2 'for the disease. ,
Ftxnl Conservationists Meet.
IlOrfKBUSG, Ore., March 5. To
learn still more of the art of making
2sa few potatoes supplant several pounds
of beef or quarts of wheat flour in
the feeding of the family saving the
5 remainder for the boys "over there,"
S;food conservation leaders of Douglas
3 county are holding1 sessions at the
RUSSIANS DYNAMITE
if...
I DONT NEGLECT YOUR POULTRY HOW!
4 UNCLE SAM Wants You to Help Him
g; " "V Win This War.
fi - Lilly's Scratch Food contains no rock or other
j ': 'l Jioavy, cheap substance. Start your chicks off
right. Lilly's Scratch Food is the best.
tion.
Corn, Whole or Cracked; Oats, Barley. Feed
Corn.
BLYDENSTEIN & CO.
Phone 351
i
y. " " " 1 . .'
)IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1IIIII1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM
WANTED I
We have a buyer for a Modern Bungalow. West f
side preferred. For quick sale list your property
with us. We specialize on city real estate.
Chas. E. Heard, Inc. 1
; ; Alain St See Me Before the Fire. Phone 477
jViiiiiiniiiMtiiiintunniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH
Presbyterian church today. State
Iconseration Manager Churchill and
'Miss Anna Turley, in charge of coun
ty demonstration work, will take a
prominent part in the sessions.
Tonight, a public meeting will he
held by the workers to drive home
more effectively the necessity of con
serving food if democracy is to tri
umph. Plays Part Colored Cunid.
CAMP LEWIS, American Lake,
Wash., March 5. Corporal Henry M.
Brooks, 61st Company (colored) of
the 166th Depot Brigade, conducts
more love affairs than any other sol
dier at Camp Lewis. That's his unof
ficial profession.
Brooks bear3 with honor the title
of "assistant cupid and official love
letter writer for the 51st." To him
come daily the lovelorn, and those
who want to be love-lorn. At their
solicitation, he writes their lady
friends to make them love-lorn too.
Recently, his clientele increased.
He may have to put on an assistant,
since announcement of the encase
ment of Sergeant Hicks of the Dlst tu
a dusky Seattle girl brought out the
fact that the alliance resulted from
the Brooks letters.
"First, I ask him how lonB he
has known the girl," said Brooks to
day, giving a United I'ress correspond-
Russians Said to be Blow
ing lip Property to Delay
Japanese Invasion.
WASHINGTON', March 6. Ambas
sador Francis has cabled from Volog.
da he Intends to remain there for
the present'. He said the American
consul was there also. '
. WASHINGTON. March r. Chair
man Stephens of theAmerlcan rail
way commission to Kussla cables Sec
retary Lansing It Is reported the Rus
sians are dynamiting Siberian rail
road bridges between Lake Baikal
and the Chinese border. Some inter
pret it as the Russian anticipation of
Japanese intervention In Siberia. It
may delay Ambassador Francis reach
ing Vladivostok. The state depart
ment reiterates no decision has been
reached regarding Japanese Interven
tion. It is believed the Russ-Ger-man
peace wil lhasten the decision,
as Japan believes she must act at
once. " i
PARIS, March 13. Copies of the
Reinsch Westfaellsche-Zeitung re
ceived charge that Japanese interven
tion In the far east is pretext for the
"Japanliation of Siberia."
Washington, March 5. Congress
man London offered a resolution pro
testing the "suggested invasion of
Russian territory" by Japan.
TOKYO, March 5. Newspaper dis
patches say Ambassador Francis is
to move the American embassy to
Vladivostok. The Japanese embassy
will move to Harbin Bills author
izing the war minister to mobilize all
the war industries will be Introduced
in the diet soon.
"USANER" YOU'LL BE
IF THE KAISER WINS
Ilerr Irorrors on the Trail or Those
Who t all Th-m.sclves Americans.
AMSTKIiDAM, March 5. It has oc
curred to a number of German pro
fessors that the citizens of the Unit
ed States have no right to call them
selves Americans, because there are
other Americans.
Prof. Xorrenberg, a Prussian Priy
Councillor, publicly declared that this
presumption on the part of the Am
ericans to call themselves so could not
be tolerated any longer, and that it
was nothing short of a public scan
dal. He evolved the idea 'hft the
United Stales should bo known hence
forth as "I'sa," an American an
"Usaner" and "usanisch" should be
the American way of doing things.
Prof. 1'enck, the new rector of Ber
lin University, gives the idea his
benison.
CHILDREN'S
ALL AGES
We now have in stock 'a most extraordinary display of novelties as well as
the more staple numbers for your selection. Fitting of children's shoes is a
very important item, and we do our utmost to give the child the most perfect
fit possible. We can show,you the daintiest soft soles for the baby, as well as
the "First Steps!"' Colored tops for the older children in great variety. We
know that the prices are within your reach and that they will interest you.
IOC CAN
DO BETTER
THE GOLDEN RULE . J
I I Affl M f
1 i i i t
WE LE-VD,
OTHVRS
FOLLOW
"Prof. Sapper of Strasburgf' com
plains that 'Usaner" offends his aes
thetic ear, and suggests "Verelns
statler!" (union-citizen).
Prof. Machutschek of Prague, how
ever, replying to Prof Norrenberg,
says ho does not tare one way or the
other. . ' '
HOt SK OF OOJLMOX SPEAKFIt
IS MENTIONED XB Pltt-MIElt
v .K .
I . - V
I . f
- A
r 'v'J
4 : i
r
Hon. J. W. Lother, for many yoarH
speaker of the House of ComnfbnH In
England, has been among thoso men
tioned for premier in case Lloyd
George should be forced out. Xh6
position of speaker of the Commons is
not an important place, because he
has very little power.
"COME AWAY WITH ME LUCILE,
IN MY MERRY OLDSMOBILE."
Remember when that old ballad was all the . j
rao? My! It seems a long time ago, doesn't it?
The Oldsmobile of those days was just as
popular as the song; and the Oldsmobile of to
day holds the same high place among standard
r.utomobiles that it did then.
It is even more popular, for the improvements,
the refinements, the standardization adopted by
their engineers have more than kept pace with
the times.
In fact, Oldsmobile Sets the Pace.
Pendleton Auto Co.
Established since 1907
ami 3U3A3 jq sismzino
PeOPLE WITH VWR VISIONARY,
IMPRACTlCrtfc. TH60RIES
PIGOR6 1 CAM DO
G?eAT 3et
IN
KAftlllt iiltATIMTI TO
UOD 1XII VICTOIUES
AMSTERDAM, March 4.
"The German sword, wielded by
our great army men has brouxht
peace in Russia," the Kaiser wlr-
ed Hertllnft. "We feel grateful
to God, who's been . with us,
Prldeful deeds of' my army and
the tenacious preservance of my
people are sources of special 4
satisfaction. German blood antl
German kultur have been sav- 4
ed." ' 4
DALE ROTHWEUi
' Optometrist and Optldaii
Glasses ground and
fitted. Twelve yert
experience.
American Natluial Bank
Pendleton.
Bulldlnt
NOTICE
March first I will occupy the
rooms vacated by Dr. Temple.
Room 12 Temple IIMk., Phono 418
Dr. Lynn K. Blakeslee
DENTISTRY
DR. DAVID B. HILL
Room 1
V
Judd Eldg.
TH&rvi, BY 4lc Her)rAS,
McDONALD'S MUSIC
STUDIO
I'luno, Violin and Htrlnjrcxl Insto.
1'lano Tuniiur.
IMiono I5-W
Automobiles and Gas En
gines Repaired. '
STAR GARAGE
Comer I.illrth and Alttt Streets.
Prices Reasonable Phone
GIVE US A TRIAIj
WE CLEAN RUGS
AND CARPETS
Guarantee to make your Rug
like new. I jet us demonatrate.
I'hone 569 W.
MAYS & JONES
U. S. CADETS IMPROVE
ON, FOOD SAVING DIET
WASHINGTON", March B. Food
conservation measures at West Point
have effected great saving- in grain,
fats and sugar, while the health of
the Cadet' Corps is better thanever,
according to a report today to the
Food Administration from Capt. B.
A. Dixon, treasurer of. the United
States Military Academy.
All bread is made 45 per cent '
wheat flour,. 45 per cent rye and 40
per cent white boltsjd grain f loun
The use of lard and butterlne has,
been discontinued in avor of drip,
pings from the fatty portions of meut
carcasses. Cane syrup, has reduced
the consumption of sugar. - '. ';
Academy officers ascribe- the' im
proved health of the corps to the re
duction in meat consumption. Tuts-,
day is observed as a meatless dSy,
and at least one meal every day c(n-(
tains no meaty . m. .v
' ' L'
DISCRIMINATE
ii
Show the same care in selecting your FUE
as you do in selecting your groceries or '
your clothes. There is just as much differ- '
ence in COAL as tyere is in any other com- ;
modity. ; ;
"Peacock Coal"
The Coal That Made Rock Springs Famous,
will prove this statement.
' Phone 178
SMYTHE-LONERGAN CO.
Quality Quantity Service
AUTO FAINTS
THE PENDLETON AUTp WRECKING CO,
Pendleton, Oregon
n supply you with purts for most any majco of car In this vloinity at
very reasonable prices s
- Telephone 476
546 Main Street
The
Distinguished
Car
Its eight cylinder motor gives a
power plant that can best be appre
ciated by comparison.
Try anyother car that you think has power
then put DANIELS to the same test.
. Note the appointments, finish and
upholstering of your other favorite
car then compare it with the DAN
IELS 8.
The sooner you do this the sooner
you are going to be .a DANIELS enthusiast.
Oregon Motor Garage
Incorporated.
117. 119. 121, 12S West Court 8k Telephone 4M
1!

xml | txt