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EIGltT PAGES PAGW SEVEN DAILY EAST OltEGONTAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, APRIL 1,-1018. !ll!H!!H!!l!''l,n'!"' " '"; OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE . II ll I III lllll N U UlMN'l IUHIUHII1HIHI'. IMlliliii THE LATEST IN MILLINERY, TWO BUSY MILLINERS. Columbia Crochet Thread, 9 cols., any size.. 10c Ladies' Hosiery from 15c to $1.23 Children's Hosiery from 15c to 35c Men's Hosiery, from 15c to 35c Dresses for Children from 65c to $2.19 Tnilpf. Roans " ar.A 10 Armour's Famous White unio rsue up maicnes, Toilet Paper, 3, 4 or 5 rolls for Opposite - " CKIOIAXH CLAIM ;.INS. SKULIN, March. 29. The official Btutenient says. "Northwest of Ilaupu- ume we've driven tho' enemy towards r St IfiifL I NOODLES, CHOP SUEY, CHINESE DISHES 2 8 rnrvc kwong hong low V. JJ aW W t j0 vcst it NEW TODAY Yoc'nuiit Dunce There will bo a public dance given by the Yoeman ut the Liberty Hull. Tuesday evening. April'-ind. Sawyer s orchestra, udmisslon DO tents ladles free. WANTKIJ Position as cook on ranch. Address 43-.T this office. I.OtT ut City Hall bunch of keys with clip to nttuch to trousers. Kinder have nt Kunlup Cigar store. Foil SAf.li One nine room house and one 5 room house and 2 3-4 acres of land located in Helix, ore. Ad dress Mrs. J. M. Kern, Ilellx. Oro. Foil HAIyK-l.lH head of rattle ap proximately r.ll per cent three year old steers. K. K. llosklns, Iiwcr ltrldi;c. Oregon. Foil K,Mi:--A few nrtb'les of house hold furniture. I'hone '.'((r.-W. WifcNTIKlO rn,t rloanlng.. All work guarunlecd. Reference Kiinilshnd. 1'lioTie ,ri6!l-W. Appointments for free demonstration, 201 Water Xt. 1.0ST Masonic charm and gold chain Finder leuvo nt this office, liewnrd. ?ame to my place Nov. 1st l'Jli one Jlrown mare branded 1 on right shoulder und J6 on left shoulder, and one Hone mnro branded I on left shoulder 'and cc on left sllflo both animals are in years old or better. Will bo sold nt auction at I'klah. Ore., Saturday April 20 1'JIS to, satlslfy damage cost of keeping und nil ex penccs Incurred. W. II. MILLS, l klah Ore. HEW TODAT. Esch new advertisement will be run under "Xew Todx tcr the first Insertion only. During subsequent Insertions of the d It will appear under Its proper classification. M'ADOO VltLI-S Font IHI.UO.N IMsonssoH War I'lnanco 'orioralioii Before- iifcrH-M. WASItlNtiTO.V, March 29. Ap pearing today before the senate undj house conferees considering the lol-, lnlnlsirntlon bill to establish a war fi nance corporation. Secretary McAdoo urged that tho corporation bo given power to Issue $4.iiiio.(iimi.imiii in bonds, ns provided In tho sennto hill, nsteud of only half that sum, proposed In the house measure. Provision in both senate and house bills for a voluntary syslem of licens ing security issues during the war was disapproved by Secretary McAdoo, but ho was told that both bodies of con gress having rejected the original com pulsory plan the conferees were pow erless to consider any change. Tho secretary emphasized the need for more capital than $2,noo,OiKl.ntio In 'bonds and $fni,onn,nO(i capital stock, given under the house bill. BUSi Flyer Laundry 5c f zu cuo. incnes 25c Pastime Docquoy south of the tame at many points. We've driven tho English and French Into many regions untouched since 1!I4." Hi' BETTER AND SOFTER LIGHT la assured by the use of some of these beautiful fixtures of ours. They give light that Illuminates the room perfectly, but that does not lire or strain the eyes. They are ot expen sive considering their extra ef ficiency and ertra beauty. Why not at least see them? J. L. VAUGHAN 4 ! Alia St.. rpstnlrs. Plionc 433 Alia St.. I iwlalrs, l'lionc 4:13 y NESS The Wants and WAIST Al COl.t'MV AND CLASSIHEII OHtlOCTOIt Y. Countincr six ordinary words to the line sad charged by the line. Want ads and locals. Rates Per Line. First Insertion, per line 10c Lac-u add. Insertion, pur line He Ono week (six Insertions), each Insertion, per line Ec 1 mn. each Insertion, per line 4c 6 month contract, each In sertion, per' line 3c 13-month contract, each inser tion, per line - 2c No ads taken foi. less than....25c Ads taken over tne telephone only from East Oegonian sub scribers and those igted n the Telephone Directory. Cepy must be In our office noi later than 1:30 o'clock day of publication. t Notices To Whom It Slay t'omvrn. Having sold my blaeksmilhlng bus iness. I desire that all those knowing themselves Indebted to rno will please call and arrange settlement H. M. SLOAN. Tho undorhlKnod by authority from tho Stnle Cotmrll of Defense will fnr ninh free advice and lesnl service to soldiers, sailors and drafted men about to entej- military service. JAMKS A. FEK. Chalnman. J. HOY It ALKY. WlKL, M. PICTKRSOX. Iermanent Legul Advisory Board. Notice To Contractors Rids will be' opened In our office nt I'enilleton, oreson at 0 P. M. Thurs. day. April 4th, mis for the construc tion of a warehouse. Plans nnd speci fications can be seen nt our office. j SM YTII E-LON ERG AN CO. W. A. MI LICS, baggage, transfer nnd j drayage. Office phone 649. Res i 21 3 It, ICALLINO CARDS Engraved eating j and business cards. See the large ' tine of samples at the East Oregonian office. The best Job you will ever get will ! eome to yon through a want ad. JOB PRINTING! at the East Orego nian office The lowest price you will ever pay for a valuable service will be the price of a want ad. The best business "chance" you . have ever had will rewind your read- 1 tng of the want ads j The bos! servant you could possibly) secure Is probably reading the want j ails these dnvs. . j The most gratif ing trade you will j ever make will result from a want j ad. The least bothersome boarder you J will ever have will come to you In ! answer to a want ad. P" ! jS NOtA V&U KNOW . 1 1 1 TRIBAL CUSTOMS IN CONFLICT WITH LAW Alaska Indians dins lo Old May of Disposing or lrocrty of Dead. V SITKA, Alaska, Feb. 15. (By Mail) Trihal customs, hunuod ruwn iroin countless RTcncratiorm, so i 'rrRiKtently, conflict with federal nndtorritorial laws reward in j? the distribution of property of deceased A lawk a Indians that the Alaska Native Brotherhood of SitKa has pledKfd itself to see that the laws ore enforced hereafter for the good of the Indians themselves. Many Alaska Indians, it is raid. heed the ancient law which fays that LOCALS AND Needs of Pendleton Are For Rent FUK.NISHED APT. Haml.ton Court. HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS, 601 Clay. HOUSE K E K I ' I N G an d rooms at 60S Willow street, sleeping! j 2-KOO.U apartment to rent. 215 i Garden street. I'hono 207-It. I FOR RENT Furnished room with , private family. Inquire jvi w. I Court or phone 651. FOR RENT Sewing machines of all makes, 31.00 per week. 33.00 per month. McCllntock and Simpson, 400 K. Court. FOR RENT furnished uparlmenta I 1'liono Kojt UK NT Son 0'ies llmuh grass , pasture, well fenced "m.lns vter. iN?;ir i Ji luiiin j 1 1 u. j . 1 1 uiiiatiu ctm,. I Vndlotnn rc. I-'uit j; KN'f Kuril ishn, 2 room cut tutio, K'9 Ipwlif. l'huno 21fi-.T. iri m m-'VT a ninni an.'irtment in xtonm heated bulldlns. Apply this I oflpe j ' ! FOR KENT two room furnished apt. ll Water Ut. ALTA AI'ARTMENTa Thoroughly ! remodeled: lurnlKlied or uniurnisn- ' ed suites reasonable. 702 E. Alta. C. i P. Harnett. Cleaners HAVE your clothes cleaned or pressed i Riuld's 2H6 W. Webb. I'hono 6S5. ' Lost LOST Wrist watch in front of Quelle Care. Quelle. Finder please return to ! Stany Good Positions Can be had by any ambitious young man or young woman In the field of railway or commercial telegraphy. We want a number of young men and young women to prepare. for the tele graph service to fill vacancies caused by unusual drafting of young men for the signal corps. Prepare to help your country. Write today for full particulars The Railway Telegraph Institute. Portland. Ore.. 12. Farm Implements THE ' NON-SKll'" eeder mcis all the weeds the first time over the field. Saves one-third the time nnd does lots better work. order now, Pendleton Weeder worl.s, 622 Cotton wood St. The best business advice you will' ever receive Is to "get closer to the classified ads." The best price you will ever get for a used article will be the result of a wAnt ad. The most "lucky" want ad you have ever written may be your next onel . , NOvu V&u KNOW . fcrteree the maul 3 ! ONe MOMSMT WO I'LL -THROW OUT Tl-te UTILE when an Indian is left a widower, his late wife's relatives may rightfully claim the surviving' husband's money. 'clothing, furniture and even children, for the Indian law is matriarchal in this respect, and regards the children as property of the mother and not the father. Thus an Indian may be left penniless as well as bereaved of his helpmate. The late wife's family, however, provides for her burial. In the same manner, when a hus band dies, his relatives strip the widow of her worldly goods. However, they are supposed to provide lor ine wmow a second husband who will bring her "t leust as much of this world s goods "' ,ook from ner- Tni8 Iart of the tribal custom has been largely Noted Under Proper Wanted WANTED Good, clean rags, at The East Oregonian office. IIEL1 WAXTDE bov wanted with wheel. Apply at Hooker's Flower Store. WANTED -Night George. cler!; Hotel St. WANTED Two to five ton truck Wjth driver to haul hay, by the ton at Stanfield. treon. Ajjply Smythe- i Ixmergan Company, City. WANTED Girl for General house work. Inquire 117 Lewis or phone 206-J. -,NTED 4 or G room modem un- furnished house. llootu G Temple "'fa. ftXNTKI1Wim,n cook mt oinnln. j room girl, rim no r Write Hotel ; SUiuficlri, Klitnfiold. oroRon. WANTKl) Woman for fiur;il house work. Phono OS. " WANTED Woman, without children. to cook and assist with General houso work. Apply 40-M this office. WANTED Jfc .the East oregonian youiiK man lo er e as cub reporter. Apply to the editos. WANTED at once compctant cook. Apply Mrs. D. C. Crawford, r.ieth. Creson. WANTED Job on ranch or In town by uood husky boy ir. years old. 'uuidre 124 Jeff Davis St. Used Cars ( will TRADE my Chevrolet for your Ford. See Miller, 722 Cotton- j wood. FOR SALE Oakland touring car. almost new. Inquire room 5 Tem ple, bldg. WE HAVE THREE Dudse Brothers touring cars, one Ford and one Itu- ick for sale, reasonable. N. I Mc Ler.n, Main street, opposite Pendleton Hotel. Phone 222. FOR PALE Velle In good gondition. 5 passenger. Would make good 'ruck Phone 400 or 74. Auctioneers JOL. W. F. YOHN'KA, Auctioneer. makes a specislty of formers stock nd nmcblnery sales. "The men that ets you the n'on-y." Leave orders at last Oregonian Office. TIMF! CARD Weston-Pendleton Auto Stage Leaves Weston for Pendleton at 7:45 a. m. and 12:45 p. m. Leaves Athena for Pendleton at 8:00 a. m. nnd 1:00 p. m. Leaves Adams for I'etrdlcton at 8:20 a. m. and 1:20 p. m. ; Leaves Pendleton (Allen-Knight Store) for Weston at 10 a m. and 4:00 p. fli. 6AJI 1IAWORTH. Driver, i iUIHIMiillUlllIUi.iiMiiiiminnMiuM xe'-..-...:3i Tp .J -MOUEIj.IWIl-XIXETir l 1 CHEVKOLIET II 1 E Xtr .' C. & F. MOTOR CO., Inc. i.J l'rico $770.00 In Pendleton m ctonwood SC. rbone 4 ' f jiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiia abandoned during recent years, it is i just been sunk as the result of a col said, lision. Instructors in local native schools are making if a point 'U?:; liven to salt:guard the nsr matrimonial partners by making1 lej;al wills according to tho white man's law. i Grain Carrier Sunk. BEltXE, March 2 8. It has been h'.'ixned tlii'oush official source that the steamer Sterling, with a large cargo of grain for Switzerland, has (Hiiiiiiiiiiiiui!iii!iiiiii:aiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!i nniiiiiitiiiiiiuiniiiiiiniiiiiniiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiitiMiiiiiiiiiifn' Headings so You Can Readily Find Them For Sale FOR SALE Good Jack, cheap. In quire K. L. Harp, Holdman, Ore son. FOR SALE 10 room furnish nient house, doing good buslnese. A bargain. Inquire 616 Thompson street, rhone 704. FOR SALE Wheat hay at Yoakum see B. D. Smith. FOR KALE Wicker baby L,ug6-y. phone SStj-J. 16 Matlock Apt, FOR SAL.E Assorted Burbank ttota toea, from 1 to 6000 sacks at 75 rtents per 100 lbs Buyer must fur nish sacks and sack potatoes at pit, located 1-4 miles from Stanfield. Ad iress H. E. Bartholomew, Stanfield. Oregon.' FOR SALE Modern4 six room house,. a bargain if taken at once, I'hone 4S2-R. FOR KALE One IS foot Holt Com tine with Atlas engine. Write li. J. Campbell. Box 686, Pendleton. Ft) It KALE the following sizes in second hand tires, 30x3, 30x3 1-2. 32x3 1-2, 32x4, 34x4 real snaps. Simp on Tire Service Co., 223 E. Court. FOR KALE Two fresh milch cows. Ralph Tachella, phone 2K3. FOR SALE 4 room house. 3 blocks from Main St., Cement sidewalks, newly papered. Will take late nu-uVl Ford In pood condition up to $300. Inquire 36X this office. FOR SALE cheap, one 4 H. P. Fair banl s Miuso gas engine with counter shafli:i.cr in good condition. a!::o power washer mul meat cutter. Weston Meat Market. P. O. Box ST.. Weston Ore. FOR 'SALE A few pieces of very desirable second hand furniture at a bargain. A". E. Suavely, phone ELECTORS NOMINATING Petitions nnd acceptance blanks for sale at East oregonian office. FoJR SALE Fresh milch cows. I'hono 6F14 or address Lester Hurst, Pendleton. Ore. FOR SALE NEW and second hand Sewing Machines. Singer. White. V'en Home and The Free Machine. McCllntock & Simpson. 400 E. Court DO YOU KN'OW that Estes & Frledly "Sell, rent or Insure Anything?" 614 Main street. Phone 604. Auto Hire. D. li. Waffle, touring, city trips. Charles Co.. phone 7. The month in which you print and answer the most want ads will bu i-ivir 'ir, iol-f on one" month The offer of your properly which will npponl to you as "iUIU" Mi:! come from a reader of your ad. .Great Stores o Men And Munitions massea On the Western Front AMSTERDAM, March 30. Amster dam newspapermen visiting the Ger man front saw great masses of Ger man troops concentrated. They in terviewed a German general who Why Suffer? Give your teeth and mouth the care and at- tention that they re- f quire. We do Painless dentistry at reasonable prices. " Kewtoo Painless Dentists Corner Main and Webb BtrMJ Phone 13 Open Erenlas E Miscellaneous EGGS from choice, large, winter lay ing R'rain R. I.. I'.eds. none better. $1.50 for IS; is per hundred, phone 10F5. LACE CURTAINS laundried care I'hone 246-J. with I BUT ALL KINDS of junk at tOQ prices. Iron and sacks a specialty Pacific Junk Co., J. S. Jones, prop., 617 Cottonwood street. The most valuable business ac- qualntance you will ever make will ever have will find you through flnt ad. I RELIABLE party would like to rent I 5 or 6 room unfurnished house. Ad- ; dress 4 1-M this office. ! I Chiropractor DR. LENA A. HOONE, Chiropractor, Women' and children, 9 to 12 a. m. 1 to 4 p. m. Phone 154. Tele phone bids Draymen CALL PENLAND BROS.' VAN to move your household goods. Tele phone 33?. Also baggage transfer ring and heavy hauling. j The "way up" for you in your bus I iness may be on a "ladder of want j ads." PKICHI IESTER S PILLS W TIIK IHAM;NI BRA NIK V I-dleI Ak jour IrueIM few j ' J Ii(-obtd-Ur B 11 am nnd Mr 4 l- TtL bo ihrr. Hr f Tour Fi'fiicgi!. A"i'finM iit.rr lUAUOVO It HAM riLl.!.fe SOLD BY DRL0Q!STS EVERVlftfi "SHALLOW MEN BE LIEVE IN LUCK strong men in cause and effect." Luck finds a job for one man and leaves ten in idleness; effective want advertising reverses the proportion. never before saw such masses of mu nitions as the British have. ARMAND'S The only NEW face powder im tite pax! 50 years . Oh yes, there are many, many kinds of powders oa the market, but this one ia absolutely different from any you have ever nad. The price ia reasonable, too 50 cents KOEPPEN'S Haralt. ADS Attorneys J'P.ED E. SCHMIDT. Attorney at Law. Room 24, Smith-Crawford Bid. i DAVIS. Attorney at Lav. Of Crawford Building. D. W. BAILEY. Attorney at Lav, Rooms 7, 8, 9, Despaln Building". WEORGE W. COUTT3. Attorney at Law. Room 17, Schmidt block. CARTER & SMTTHB. Attorney, at ' Law. Office in rear of American Na ; tional Bank Building-. ' i FEE & FEK. Attorney, at Law. Office 1 in Despain Building. I : i R. I. KEATOR, Attorney at Law. Room 24, Smith-Crawford Buildingr. a A. NEWBERRY. Attorney at Smith-Crawford Building-. Law, PETERSON A BISHOP, Attorney, at Law. Room. 3 and 4. Smith-Crawford Building. JAMES B. PERRY, Attorney at Law. 1 Office over Taylor Hardware Com. '. pany. !RALEY & HALEY. Attorney, at Law. Office in American National Bank ; Building. 3. A. LOWLLL. Attorney and Counset I lor st lw. Orriee In Desoaln Rid1. Architect RAYMOND W. HATCH. Architect. !- spafn building. Phone 168. Pendle ton. Orepon. Second-Hand Dealers V. STKOBLEt dealer in new and c ' ond hand goods. Cash paid for uo tend hand goods. Cheapest place to buy : household g-ooda, 210 E. Court. Phon. Contractors and Builders. IC. SWANSONf ft U. K. DuPtlis. Estl I mates given free. All work guar anteed. -va build anything, city or .country work. Phon. I43M.