DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON. OREGON, MONDAY, APRIL 1, 3918.
US NOTES OF PENDLETON 1
Too Mui'li 1 lair Tonic. '
John Hnyder, Indian, drunk too
much hnlr tunic Hntunlay ovenlm:
with the result that he spent the nlKhi
nnd KiiKlcr Sunday In Jail. Kater ho
gained Ills liberty by paying $10.
KllllMtM III Nuvy.
UK t ali'lilii TIiiip Here.
Willi Iho riimlnT of April the time
fur payment 'of thu niinnul due; tux Iiuh
eluiised and Chief of I'ollce itoliertu
lias made arrangements fur a ci-nsadu
HKahiNt tho unlicensed canine. Dokb
unlicensed will he tiiltrn up and Im
pounded where they may lie redeemed
within ii curtain time. After that
time the dous will lie killed.
nplishlng thlH 1 to cut 'down our
od consumption ho the soldiers In
thu trenches will have plenty. Hhe
congratulated the hlnh school on
hnvlrtK a. service flag, Miylnrr It was
I he prettiest one; she had ever Been.
Mrs. Kemp tiroes that "team-work"
he the motto of every American cltl.
'I'l'lliiilo lr Uk-hI OrKaiilzullon
In hlH repurt to the central state
I.iherty loan cuimnit tee, J. I). r,iirchor
field aRent who attended the county
meeting- here on the sand, pays a
Ktruw; tribute to the war drives or
Knnlzutlnn and the Liberty luun com
tulttee of I'tnatilla county. "There,
wo fuiind the work well organl-zcd," he
is quoted us saying, "probably better
Ihan any oilier county that I visited."
Mivdiijr hi Old Quarters.
Tho regular monthly meeting of Iho
(.'oinmerclal Association will bo held
tomorrow evening in tho old ijuarti rs
of tho club.
Iweitlher mun turned all ' calendars
j backward a 'month or more, Judging
from the brand of weather served up.
tA furious -wind and dust Htorrn came
up yesterday about noon and blew' all
'afternoon and evening. The balmy,
: springlike, weather of tho past few
: weeka gave way to winterlike temper
matures. This morning shortly before
js big flakes of snow beftun falling and
; ull day overcoats have been very
; llluir KhIuu, Airalsol.
I The estate of the. late K. .1. Wilbur
bus been uppruisod at 9 rui; 1.S3.
Now lloti'l (fork.
H.- W. I'ouers ctf North Yakima has
arrived, to take the position of chief
clerk at the Hotel l'endletoll, succeed
ing Clarence J', Vernon who ban en
listed in the l'. H. Marines. Mr.
i'owors is an exierirncod liotel clerk,
Daughter is Horn.
A daughter was born Hat unlay to
Mr. und .Mrs. William Courier of 300
OUR 3RD LIBERTY LOAN DRIVE STARTS APRIL GTH. BE READY AND WAITING. TAKE
ALL YOU CAN. "IT'S LEND NOWOR GIVE LATER." , - r
If You Want to Practice Real
Economy Shop Here
"OUR STOCKS ARE THE MOST VARIED HIGHEST STANDARD QU ALITY AND OUR PRI
CES ARE RIGHT. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY CHEERFULLY REFUNDED.
SfH'iikcr at Illh School.
Mrs. Jennie Kemp, Field Affent of
the Ki'tlcriil KimmI .AHnilnlsl ra.l Ion.
Hllllkf to Mil HudeiltH of the liiKh
rtt,t, HiIh Midinhiic on th KiilJ-ct.
"lli.w to whip the tiM-r." f-;ilil
that mio of (hi' hfHt way.- for nc-
Klitiilirlri Man Wv.
John H. Io Witt, a Hheepherder in
tho employ "f HtanfieM Hioh.. died
Friday at Iho local hoypltn I and the
hotly ha.s been neiit to IiI.m oiJ homo In
New IirunswJck fur liuriul. Jlo was
4! ymrH old and for many years hud
hf on handling Hheej for bis" opera. -torH.
Ho wuh counted an extremely
IKm ut Ktiite Hospital. j
1aiuh JaKon of UaUor died Fatur- ;
day nlKht, at tho Htate hoHpital and j
hlB wifo has come over lo take the j
!r. ?.Ihtov Is Here.
Ir. J. V. Morrow, who Is a enndl-1
dalo for democrat k; tint ional com
tnltltfj man from (ireson is here today!
Ir. Morrow has an npjionenl In V. H.
Hornlhrook of Albany.
CuleiHlar Sllts Itix-kuaril. .
Though t he r'tv i-ii!iien1 Fot a II j
c locks forv;A d an hour 'Hterday, tin; I
Rome Beauty and Yellow Newtown
Golden Wax Beans, something fancy.. 25c
Given Stringless lleans 2"c
I'umplun, t,he tin 23c
Peas, very small and sweet 25c
Sweet Potatoes 2oc
Baby Beets 23c
Lemon Cling and Sliced Peaches, 3 tins 50c
Bartlett Tears, 3 for 50c
Apple Butter, can 35c and 90c
CHICKENS in our Meat Dept. for your
Sunday dinner. Meat Dept. Phone 86.
j The Dean Tatorn Co.
IVonfil J'licljis lEanrli. '
Through a lil elosed today by K.
T. Wade JntlKe ti. W. J'helpH baa Fold :
hist;."! acre ranch adjoining Irvinw
tiiii lleiKbtH to Y. .1, Morrow, riKht of
way man for the i-W. J:. is'. t'. '
The consideration is JlU.auu, '
l ii nc ill Cun. ,
I 'ortland paper.1: cHterday carried
annoiiticcHieiitx to t In? effect 1 hat j
Waller M. l'ircc of li iande has
formally annouttcrd biioSflf as a can-;
dtdatc for tilt; dcmoeralie nomination
for j;o "ernor and that Will Jt. King "
has 1'ded for the democratic nomina
tion for senator.
l'ortl Mutt Is In il. V
W. II. loud win. rc preset! I Ing tho
Pord Motor Co. Is here on a visit
wit h Uohert fJm psoti, local Ford
aKenl, Mr. (loodwln Ih to b hero for
several days and Is enyawied ptincii'al
ly In the sale of closed Ku'd sedan
SPECIAL VALUES IN THE
WOMEN'S WEAR DEPT.
Wash Satin, Crepe de Chine
corset covers, daintily trimmed
with lace, ribbons and rose buds.
Special $1.79, with Thrift Stamp
, Nainsook Combinations trim
med in fine val laces. Regular,
$1.50, special $1.13, with Thrift
Nainsook Combination, very
fine quality, trimmed in fine em
broidery beading and edging,
regular $1.50 value, special $1.13,
with Thrift Stamp $1.38.
Nainsook Combination trim
med in filet lace ribbons, baby
waist style, regular $1.50, special
$1.13, with Thrift Stamp $1.38.
Nainsook Combination, trim
med in lace medallions, embroid
ery val lace, ribbon and rose
beads, excellent value at $2.50,
special now $1.98, with Thrift
Our Lingerie Department is
most complete and would be
pleased to show you the novelties
of this season.
NEW BARONETTE SATIN
Exclusive dress skirt lengths,
just in by express, these are dif
ferent from any you have ever
seen before. Beautiful patterns.
. For your spring house dresses
you could use nothing better
than our long fold PERCALE,
offered in neat patterns and col
ors, 36 in. wide, heavy weight.
The yard 27, witli Thrift Stamp
A snlpndid showiner of new
plaids on finest quality voiles; all A
colors; dainty eiiects;so incnes
wide ; makes up into most practi
cal spring dresses. The yard 50c,
with Thrift Stamp 75c v-
HAIR NETS AND SLIP-ON
Windy days like yesterday de
mands hair nets and slip-on veils.
We have a big stock on hand; all
colors. Each 10c, with Thrift
Use Tassels for trimmings on
dresses, bags, sashes, etc. We
f.re showing a big assortment in :
all colors and sizes, 10c to $1.00
each, with Thrift Stamp 25c ex-;
I 'it rl nr Iffispiiul (nil Tliroimli.
Five, of the nurses uinl doelors of
the I'lilvor-sily of (ireon biiMu hoHpital
unit passed through Pendleton at
urday evening. Included unions the
mimes were Miss Ktusia J'. Walch who
enli.sted from this city.4 They are en
route to l'ennK Ivauia and it in expect
ed they wiil soon pail for France.
BUY THRIFT STAMPS
and help the boys that are fight-
me for vou. miv all vou can.
Thrift Stamps offered for sale I
with each purchase.
BUY THRIFT STAMPS
fTj and help win the war. It's every
hnrlv's diitv tn heln all the v can.-
(J TV Tl,,.;f(. C!nw.r r.ttnA -fy ooU
S " K VCfi J. ill xx I? i-j buiixyis uiicxm 1UI iKU
with each purchase.
('Rinrlit Kccord IIua.
Karl Klrkpatrick has the honor of
having caueht the largest bass on re
cord out of the government reser
voir. Yesterday he landed a six and
a half pound bass and it Is on exhibit
at the Haum store today, others in
the party fishing yesterday were Koy
Klrkpatrick. J-Jmory llassell und
to her. When is became known she
a sister-in-law of Sir Charles
IJeresford and of Lord llecics, who
married Viviun Gould, granddaushter
Jay Mould, the movie peuP'e became
interested. Mrs. Beresford was Miss
Tlorence Miller of Providence before
PATHOL VKSSKIj ltl XS O.V HCK'KS
1 They Have
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I Remember With a BRUNSWICK you can
play records of any make. Come in and hear
these wonderful machines demonstrated.
1 Note the clear vendition. ,
Economy Drug Co.
Hotel St. George Building 1
H Day Telephone 711 Night Telephone 713
Mr. Jvcrni's l) Ainmiiiircil.
Mrs. Jennie M. Kemp, federal field
agent for the food administ ratiiin, will
make the four minute talk tomorrow
evenimr nt the Alta Theater and, im
mediately following will give her ad
dnss on food conservation at the
Methodist church :ir.. This after
noon nnd evening she is nt Helix after
spending the weekend in I'endleton.
i Tlicr Admiral is Total Ixiss Off Mas-
i saehusottH Coast..
j WASHINGTON", March 29. A naval j
patrol vessel, the Admiral, ran on the.1
rocks off Scltuate, Mass., last .night I
! and Is a total loss, the navy depari
i ment today was advised. All officers
! and the crew were saved and con
siderable small materials were saved.
Figures Show Attempts
To Smash West Front
Volnntirr ti for IVvrr f.crniH.
Vernon Kennedy, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ohiirh's Kl-nneily of this city,
was one of tho American soldiers who
volunteered it few weeks ago to submit
to the injection of trenc h fever perms
into his hudy so that the physicinnni
niimht study the disease and develop
some inoikh lactic treatment. A letter
has Just, heen received by his parents
statinj? that ho Ls now out. of the hos
pital nnd feeling fine aain.
Here are dates and fignres showing
when and where both sides have pre
viously tried and failed to break thru
on the west front : .
February. 1315 British at Xeuve
Chapelle; advanced one mile on two
mile front, then were stopped.
April, 1915 Germans at- Yprea:
first gas attack; net result advance
of three miles at certain points of the
line; advance then slopped.
Many and June, 1915 Frerfch in
Artois; they took villages, thousands
of prisoners, captured Lorette Heights
and almost cleared Vmy Ridge. Then
their advance was stopped.
September, 191 5 British and
French at Artois and Champagne;
French advanced over eighteen mile
front, took 25,000 prisoners, 100 guns;
were checked at third line. British at
Loos lost 50,01)0 men, gained a few
square miles of devastated territory,
then were stopped.
February, 1916 Germans at Ver
dun; gained nearly five miles in six
days; advanced little over one mile in
succeeding- six months; then were
swept back; lost 500,000 men. Front
of attack less than six miles.
July, 1916 British and French on
the Somme; advanced six miles in six
months; British lost 50,000 in killed
on the first day. Xet result:: :Helease
of 1,000 square miles of French soil,
Germans forced to retreat from Arras
April, 1917 French and British,
above AJsne and at Arras respectively;
'French made local gains, British wiere
.stopped five mile? from starting point.
Summer of 1917 British at Xpres
i gained six miles in four months,, wip
'ed out Ypres salient, won most of Pas-
schendaele ridge, then were stopped,
i March 21, 1918 Germans un west
j front will the history of offensives
Magical Pair Pulled
5750,000 Out Of Hats
This tho Sitsskiiids rfs.s Income
lYoiu OiockiiiB lfivtlege,
Says a Urotlor.
NEW YORK, March 29. That a
quarter of a million dollars was net
ted in the last seven years by him and
his brother. Harry J. Susskind. by
checking hats and coats in hotels,
restaurants, theatres and other public
places in this city was asserted by Jo
seph'A. Susskind in a suit filed yes
terday with Supreme Court Justice
Scudder of Erooklyn. Joseph wants
a receivership, an nceountingf and a
dissolution of the partnership
Joseph says about $100, otto is due
him as the unpaid balance of his one
half share from the partnership. He
and his brother had concessions to
; check hats and coats at Sector's, the
' Knickerbocker,' Bustanoby's, Church
ill's and about twenty-five other rest.
j aurants and hotels in this city. Out
I of their profits they bought two
' roadhouseS which are prosperous.
( The plaintiff alleges that since 107
the gross incomeyof the partnership
has been about $V50,000, of which
about S250.000 has been net As
nearly as he can figure it, he has
; received about J25.000 of that amount
though he contends he Is entitled to
i half. Joseph alleges that he brought
; Harry Into the business yet Harry re
cently has gone into certain ventures
despite his objections, and has lost
. money. t
; Harry Susskind replied thai: the net.
; income from the partnership is noth
ing like what his brother states; for
instance, last rear the net profits was
only 1.500. He said that his bro
i ther had demanded no accounting
j from him. He denied he has misman
aged the business or invested In un
profitable enterprises. He offered to
; give a bond so the business may be
j continued Pending investigation of
; Joseph's charges. '
j Decision was reserved. .
No Contusion Over New Time.
I'endli'ton has adjusted herself to the
new order of hours without any diffi
culty. Saturday evening practically
every watch nnd clock til the city was
rit t one hour forward mid people not
up yesterday niorninii aeconliiu; to Ihe
hour lcKi.sf end by Hie Hock. Tin'
churches conducted their services ac
cording lo t)n new time and trains
nr.- now runniiiK on the old schedule
with the new time. Most people are
fa.sl forget! iiiK they are an hour ahead
of the sun.
Ill.msil KOI II.TY WOMAN
;tKS IX'W Till-: .MOYiKS
I SEE THESE
You will find what you are looking for in
1 Reo Touring: Car, good condition. . . $273
1 Dodge Brothers Roadster, all new tires,
bumpers, etc $030
l.Casc -ith Truck Bod-, fine for ranch $290
2 Fords, both good bargains.
1 Cadillac, just overhauled, a fine family
HPK.MKSiwiLUAM Jz .PpCIBtRtSrOeD,
lion Mr William do la Toer
! Pt rcsford, whose hiishand has Knc to
S'the war. was discovered by ihe World
1 PfnH1nn C.Ac Anfn C.cs.
whe huil been 'plain M i Hen-sford.
fIIHtinillIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIlIIIIIIIIlllIIIllIIIIIIllllllUIIIIli:iIIIIIlllIIIIIIIIllIIIIII3IlltltIIfl' una no one had paid fireut attention
Ill HUT, WiW 11 ;-ti
I Kllni CKtmuinv the other day In It:
'sUiHit. at work with n vlettire to be
known ia thi"'"nsfj !oarer." There
I have purchased the interest and good will of my
former partner, Mr. Manuel Friedly, and from now on I
will continue to cater to all old friends and patrons as well
as new ones, and will extend to them the same courteous
honest and business-like treatment as heretofore.
JUST REMEMBER, When you are in need of
FIRE, THEFT OR PROPERTY DAMAGE ON AUTOMOBILES,
FIRE OR HAIL INSURANCE ON GRAIN,
WOOL, ON THE RANCH OR IN WAREHOUSE
LIFE, OR ANY OTHER KIND OF INSURANCE, OR
SHOULD YOU DESIRE TO BUY OR SELL COUNTRY OR CITY PRO
PERTY, DON'T FAIL TO SEE ME.
"I SELL, RENT OR INSURE ANYTHING"
J. H. ESTES
611 MAIN STREET
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