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" EIGHT PAGE3 PAGE SIX DAILY EAST OKEGOMAN, rENDLETON, QKEUON, TUESDAY. APRIL lfl, 1018. 4. 4. " "" " ' - nL- -n.-. -r. .r. .an, ...a. m i WiM received from Ueutensint and Mr. Haroin J. viarncr i iu ..... ... ... .-- " ! feet that they are moving today from found the nwds In very Rood cndl-i Aberdeen to Hoqulam. where they tlon considering; the season. This Is "be domiciled nearer IJeutcnant War- the earliest cars have been able" to : wer's office. Since! Mrs. Warr's r-; reach the spring-s in several years. ' rival in the sound cities, a host of; ' courtesies and charming compliments I xis3 siarmiret Putnam returned have been planned as expressions of Sunday from Salem and was accom weloome to her. ipanied by her mother, who will re- . fmain with her. They have taken the Mrs. Waller Adams will leav this j house of Mrs. Kenry nixon Jones on cvenlnr. to spend several weeks In In- ! Jackson street, dlana. where she will visit with rela- j tlves. On her return home, she will! The Invitation of the Missionary 1 accompanied by her mother, who . fu-ch-ty of the Christian chnrch for has spent the winter there. jnis evening extends to all members jand friends if the church to whom necatise of the fact that there Isithey will be hosts In the main audi no more yarn to ho given out this ' torium. the pmc-ram beKtnnimr at S week, there will be no meeting nf the ; n'rhick. A s.elal meetlnu of the so-knlttina- clulw at the l.Ibfary tomor-'clety Is held each three months and rodw afternoon. Announcement will ; of the four entertalnlnK uroups tnto be made as soon as a tiew supply ar-j which the members are divided,-di-" rives. It is asked that club member vision S has rharse of the quarterly .1 r. nA ... i.. thi.!nrAiriiits which are anticipated lied Cross 'rami.s. either In sewlnw or ) In the surKi. M dressinns deartment. : evening s anair win mrarar. ? One of the most successful of Ihej Happy v'anyon. in patntic attire, fcurftieal dressings classes Is that com- i ni be the scene this evenlri? of an posed of business (sirls and which : informal and much anticipated jitney ineets on Monday evening under Mrs. . dance, plans for which have leen J. tX Wnodworth's direction. iJist i jma, hy ,llmhm of the civic Clnh night there were 45 girls at work uiul as a thoroughly enjoxahle means of seven bolts of gauze ' were cut. The : aidinfr the Kcd Cross. !oncral nr clasa meets lietween 7 and 9 o'clock. I rangements for the affair are - in - ' ' chcarse of Mrs. Laura 1. Nash, Mrs. Mrs. Alice Sheridan, who recently jj p. A,l.inn.i anil Mrs. J. T. Rich ai ld her residence proeriy on Kast . ardson. Alta street to Aaron Cole, has taken j The punch committee is headed by apartments at the Nye house en Wa-i aire. James Johns, Mrs. Charles Ham- ter street. Mrs. Anna Selkirk Norton and htt. Selkirk Norton, and Miss Thelma Rice of Walla Wala. motored to Pen dleton Sunday and fpeht the after noon wit h frU nds. 5; The first motor party to Mug ham Springs this year was composed of "Mr. and Mrs. ed E. Jndd and Dr. and Mrs F. W. Vincent. They left Saturday and spent the night at the COMING Td WALLA WALLA DOCTOR ; MEUfNTKIN & CO. ' SPECIALISTS DO NOT USE SURGERY will Be at DACRES HOTEL FRIDAY ti SATURDAY f:m 19-20 .. so cilkgh rqn examixation The doctor In charge Is a regular graduate In Medicine and Surgery and la licensed by the state of Washing ton. He Tislta professionally the more Important towns and cities and offers to all who call on this trip con sultation and examination free, except tlreVxpense of treatment when de aired. i ' According to his methods of treat ment he does not operate for ehromc appendicitis, gall atones, ulcers of stomach, tonsils or adenoids. He ias to his credit many wonder ful results in diseases of the stomach, liver, bowels, blood, skin, m-rves, heart, kidneys, bladder, bed wet ting, catarrh, weak, lungs, rheumatism, sci atica, leg ulcers and rectal ailments. If yon have been ailing- fir any length of time and do not get any bet ter, do not fail to call, us improper measures rather than disease are of ten the cause of your long standing trouble. - Remember above date, that exami nation on this trip will be free and that his treatment is different. Address: 136 Boston L'lock, Minne apolis, Minn. LMIIIUIIIIiilllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllll' t I WHY PAY THE PED- 1 DLER TVMCE THESE : S, V : '- "E Ton ran save money by bay- Ing your stock tonic at this S tore. Instead of paying the S peouter fancy prices for goods of vnknewn quality. Look at jE this price for that old reliable and guaranteed stock eondiji- oner and worm expeller. S I . e : Dr. IICRS btOCK ToniC n ii n -i rs . co " S ' 2o lb. Pail COSt $2 ' pz ' Mm also lisndle Vr. Ilea Urp and IiiisnfcctSBt. S gl Dr. Ilea rosltrf PaaawrSj. Ir. lea Issrtaat Loose Killer. lev 1 1 v rm fr f Jl QliiTIuIl 7 "ijXwe n LsmuUssj Dewsjrlsas. 5 U asln-ribw and offi-r War 6a S ; . f-Lp in, trrt rz N" 1 . s Itttrrliaar, Vrfcent cabin above Gibbon and went with pleasure- and one of which this ; ' II.. u ll.l.p.l Ui,l mwl Mrs. iSnow, and they will be assisted by a gjoup of girls. Hostesses for the af fair are Civic Club members, includ ing Mrs. E. T Wade, Mrs. Hobinaun. Mrs. Nash, Mrs. Richardson. Mrs. Johns and Mrs. 11. 1. Jones. A six piece orchestra will loud sure Interest to the dancing and a cordial hospitality awats all friends of the Red Cross. A short musical pro gram on Main street will preceed the dance music In the pavilion. Judge and Mrs. James A, Fee and Lieutenant Chester Fee are dinner guests this evening of Frank Fraxier and Mrs. Rena, Adams at Hillside Home. . Elmer Storle Is over from Walla Walla for the day. Bmmett Cochran of Heppner, was at the Pendleton last night. - . George W. Pierce, who has been with the Independent garage. Is leav ing for Seattle to enlist In the me chanical department of the navy. GERMAN PRISON EK HAS GEXn.VB lll'N APPETITE I By Fred Ferguson, United Press Staff Correspondent-) WITH THE AMEltlCA.V ARMY ON" THE LORRAINE FRONT. March IS (By mail.) "How Is the order ly coming along bathing the German prisoner?" asked the captain at a certain field hospital of the sergeant: "He started washing his right hand at she o'clock, sir. : It's now seven, and he's only half-way "round." came the reply. ' - The captain laughed. For It's the talk of the hospital that the young Roche, who was captured out of a shell hole when the Germans were beaten back on an attempted raid, has the largest hand seen around these parts In the memory of the old est American Inhabitant- The young Roche, too, is what the sergeant calls ;-slick." He was badly frightened on first arriving at the hosplta.1. especially when taken to the operating room. When his break fast was brought to him. he rafused to eat at first. He was finally per suuded to drink his coffee and having done that and fimnd that he still liv ed, he finished the breakfast. loiter, another orderly came aionx and asked If he had had his breakfast. The prisoner answered, "no." and ate! the second one when it arrived. Invprted money's fliut. Hrvire conyittlM in huylng lilerty I. on flu. IN THE SPHING wEII he Hie trrent tent of a life krid death Uutfirie 4b Uh VetTn front. In thf j evervitar malk of life, ft U the surine i tin... itiyi l.nt.va ill hffi.lt h Ine of ttu jh-w yhy 'jTnl fni'l htmelf In a had. ftate of lu-altn in j Mur-h or April. Is bocau-e. n tins ieni i tx-srly a!l his bourn for the oast four or live months penned up wllhln the wajU of hnuse. (j. u.ry or oilios. It is the n-a- fin for onr diminii'lHSi reslntauce tliat I. lack o( mil-do" life, oiupled witb perha over tlnir, lack of good ener ciM, innuniclent iwp, and eonatlpaUon. Jo other worrt. we keep feeding tl.e ( unire with food but do not lake out .h 'clinker." and our Are doe not burn br:ghtiy. Always koep the liver active. Tbre la nothing tK-tu r for health than takins; an occasional mild laiatlvn. p-r- 'o k I "'' eii g-t at any dru tua-e. mle up of M -apple. Jalap. i.s-, i funar-eoated, tin, ea-Jr UkHi,). hi. h has sussl the ,J iifiv vinr (if Btii-nnml namclv. 're ll'tWilM I Its ie. D'll 1 1 1 Mis "PMirina r'erer." the siTts-rl riiiiniown is siTts-l of ai eorsl.U'.n. tlie lark of ainiutiMi. the ' thj one ylioutd tuke courM? of triBient every .rms : uch a Klufi.lard bjiiie as Hr. l'ierre eln M-diral IM- ci'vry, nt,w to be hnd In taiik-t lorm in ilttT fi-nt rii. Wati h the p"op go pii'.lin: alooK th ir--t. There no H.nc iMiviUhty. A ituii7(n iwnr mu b s tlo. veiri-lnUe exlract of Ih. I'lorre y siv-4 oo Itae noa.r Ui f.irre Tour-elf ftiui Hon. The brain iwissmI to li:e new lilorsl tneireiilu.n. and thus you're r-'lr l nam u fsl.t aiTMin-t nou which li..ld mi In l.isie. 'Ir it i,.,w : I on i wait I I'-uy i toe i ' 1 E'dar in betr a fisin a lit "pep." and tausb and live. Vim and uslltr r tn pan.lal uut-nrtii of a le-lllif Wl h uo- not oT up In a metal. Tr i Ujt rlnaj tonic, ktnl ysi rntu me couj f -, . , at Flags Than California WASHlWrON. v", -AjMll . ". UTl-.e, country .today eutered the. , . wwml week of the Third Liberty loan drlva with renewed enthusiasm. The San Francisco district telegraphed honor flags had been awarded,' Cali fornia 72. WashintrUm 12, and Ore ton it- . ' Kansas has' adopted the slojrn,j "bonds in every German aneakln j home tvv Mav first, "V I Pittsburg; today started Voton leer women W'orBers to selling. 'TWO AHFRICAV AV1T1!S ;kt mkiiaks imt v i.m PARIS, April lt.--Jamra Norman Hall, Odfax. loWa, catain f an avi ation section, and Panl Frank Itaer. Mobile. Ala., a lieutenant, are the firs! American aviators to win the distin- swished service cross of the American army Captain Hall attached tt group f five Oerinan hiachines,vdestroyed one and forced down two others. Lieutenant Baer attacked siiiBle handeil a gfenp of seven "planes and destroyed one near Rheims On an other occasion he attacked two two seaters, one of which fell in f lam. s. Do Not Take Soviet . Threats Seriously TOKYO, April IS. Japanese offi cials apparently do not take serious ly the Soviet's preparations to de clare a state of war in Siberia- They say the action would not ne cessarily mean hostilities because the Soviets arel unable to maintain a state nf siege In Liberia. The Japan ese will not withdraw from VladlvoS stok until order Is restored- Japan will insist the landing Is only n local agreement of the allies, whose con suls have explained to authorities that the Vladivostok landing's only aim Is the protection of life and prop erty? Rains Quench Fire , In Michigan Forest ' EPCANABA. Mich April 16. Heavy rains stfpied today threaten ing forest fires in three sections of the northern peninsula. Fires which destroyed, farmhouses on the out skirts of this city Monday are prac tically abated. Thousands of dol lars of damage w;as done along Ke wenah Bay. , Czernin Quit After Difference With Kin? COPENHAGEN', April 16. Count Czernin has been appointed command er of the Austrian brigade on the Italian front, it was learned today. There was sharp conflict of opinion Sunday in a conference between Czernin and Emperor Karl. Cor.I"MItIA rNIYEItSITV -GETS !IMMMUHM FROM NEW YORK Elt'S 1M. WHITE PLAINS, X. T-, April 13. Columbia university is given between fs.ooo.nno and $.ii(io,onn by the will of Robert Van Cortlandt, who commitied suicide last .September. The will was filed here today for pro bate. Three fellowships nre to be es tablished, supported by the income of the beonest. one in political science, one In'the fine arts and the third in American history- . . -o Itaktr Orfirp IlsmNp1. CAMP LEWIS. April 12 liefuwtl to obey the orders of another Second lieutenant rni poraril in command of hi.s ro ni puny caused t lie dinmlfwal yesterday frtm the army of Soond Lieutenant I(ihert K. 1 ).i vey, of the I Sfilnt Infantry. fwvpy's hurtie i In i Haker, re. j Uavey whs tried ty eourt martial early InHt month charged with con- OreffOri Gets MoiTf Honor duct diwrefipectful tn a nuperior offi-I portathm and one dollar a day snh- , tfciilnrly to tho.e with Home educa i cer ind for refusing to otey an on j Hi stone rnut he defrayed by the hoy tlnn. der to take a detail out to the trench- KPKUIar mtlltnry- training wMJ - h i lender frrnduatn student of tech es. He wan charged with Haylne h Klven- them.- The oamiw will mmn nimi Ilwl,nnni wouldn't take orders from any second BABY BORN TO FRENCH WAR VISITORS at Bt.''.i-''S-5 is. . The first lmly born to Vrencit w:tr Ili.yriven Is a ir.t ...her of ll rrrii'-li visitors In America arrived the other, high coniuiii'liu. Mine. liorivn l day at the home of M. and Mmeione of the mot l-autlful Kreiu-b wul Jaaijutf Uc;rlvco la JIVaitUUiKton, M-imca who liu rislicd Amvrlt. THE "TIN DERBY" FOR BOYS IN TRAINING This is Lieutenant Archie I'hiiiney or the S-M Infantry at Camp I levels, Mass., in the new "tin derby" which has made its apeparance at the camp. lieutenant- He was found guilty o the charge, nnd his sentence of die nls?-cl was approdved by the Presl-',m- 1 ;!! KMMl lllHSCM claims - HI-: IS AM, LOYAL CIUCACtl. April 13.rr. Km 11 Hirch. Internally famous Jewish rab bi, and reformist, met an anonymous attack on his loyalty with "I stand siiuurcly behnd the I'resldenb I have been a pacifist but now nm no more so than Wilson. I nm unalter ably opposed to Prus "lanl.-m though I was .educated In Germany. nm-kner Estate Irolmtl. The estate of Lee Ruckner of Pilot Rock, who died in 1S14. was probat-. ed today. The estate Is -valued al , $3000. Mattle-Allen has been ap-j pointed administratrix. Mnrrlaae IJcense Issued. A marriage license was Issued yes terday afternoon to William Johnson. 31. and Dnrah Dnvls, 26. both of Pendleton They were married last evening by Rev. "H. H. Htibbell. Ca Is HislnlssctL The case of Labnrr vs. Kerr, scheduled for trial this afternoon In the circuit court, was settled and dls mlswed at 1:3U. State !ams Announced- The dates for the stite e'lghth grade examinations have been an nounced as 3May "16 mid 17- Sixth grade pnpllB will be examined in physiology on those dates, seventh grade pupils In geography and eltihlh grade pupils In the other subjects. VUvn fJP .fiiHtkt. " IK C. Sanrterson, erlttor of the Fri water Tim?, has filed htH dfplnra tiiin of randlrtncy fop the rrubliran nonmlmitlnn Tor JiiBtioo of the Haw In thr MUtoh-Kreewator district. J. H. Wr-Ft. deitttty hfrlf thfro nnd t-ho Ih Jut recovprhiff f?-om a kt loj.d polBonintf, rnnip down aof today and filed hl declaration for the republican nomination tir con stnhie. Trulnln nmp for f?.vf- C'ouni y Mnperlntendent Voiim? Iinw been notified that the if ovrniiierit will (hiH intmr etnlt4.h three htmo tpnitilnit ranipn In the- country for boyH lctweon IT. and 1. The cami) L-l I Mi V iy la waa- WESflBBJB will accommodate lO.oao. Kxih-iifc. - 'ver oily. f j which will conKiyt of the cojt of a ; Kitreptlonal oppfirtunltlen fp ad uniform. $10 for e-iilpnient. trail?- vnheement are open fr all men. Dar- June 17. X X K ' . V - 'v X ' . This is raid to be a sample of the ' summer lu-algc:tr of Hie men a.l the training rumps ami which they will ' wear in France. IlItlTIHII UKSX IIAI.'S HON OK III ., iOI--S IIACli T, TIIK I'ltoNT f- - '-. fj'V t At .it. ,-X' i '-.'lii Lieutenant Cyril J. IVhito. the nlne-leen-yenr-old son of Krigndirr-Oen-tra! W. A. White, in command of the British and Canadian Kecruiting Mis sion in tho t nited Ktntea. who has been here for some timq on leave, has decided to go back to the front. He will rejoin the British field artillery and he hopes to get under fire Just as soon as he -can reach France. '-' - - ItE IM lTINfJ PAItTY TO VISIT PEMII.ETOX The Traveling Naval Enrolling fnrty will visit Pendleton In the near future for the puapose of obtaining recruits for the I, s. naval reserve i f I i V . 1 f atl.m . . . . Iialn.. u . . .. nU ! rjnw 1-A reKii-tcrpd men. which oiif- Ilne propoi'ed ntem In this vicinity. Ten thousand men are to he re t i lied in the n r .rt h west nnd It 1 hoped -that lendh-ton and vicinity will furnish Its ahare. The naval renerve force Ih identical w,,h remilar nnvy of the ITnltetl , Platen In every reieit, except thai the Kervlco Ih fo the jM-riod tif the rolled and permitted to rn filiate he t for heina called to active duty. Huch iFaiitons Yasli kEeafs Sldn,. t ?. P. r. late rr rt -tin rrtnerhea vffl ( rf note Uv-w- t.,.i wUi'ioe thnt t;ivo inacl ' four iite a imrdcfi. ', ht int'tb mW-i t-iiin. ( lm.y ait'l i:tmvnf-'t will Jl tpr tiiKlr : ti: ukutmi of tttia r'fitedy. It brn curM kaaor I n proouani ad im-u ruble ud Will rra t v-nr V. fimutem tlm frst tyutti to j orinir you tvi-cL. JOe - lIDo UDo I . TALI. MAN C. , l V A.,' . e-"N I I f: ft '!" li i I : ' - . i j :Repdini:y Your Auto with Lowe Erotheri itutomobile Var- t aw'C"''' ffl 1 I l-Tf H nbh Colors, i Ask for the color card j. ? I I i I showing the variety of attractive colors. L, LJ lf j'AL, i i We adterllsr and of fw War SavlnCT Kiant'X I K - - 1. fc. -..j.- fV) 'J I il J for sulci wtllt eteri' anmbasn , V Vl ' - ESf" "JV"SJLm )Lr ,W -il Don't Suffer with Con- stipation, Biliousness, Sick ? Headache, Dyspepsia,, and 1 alitheir attendant discomfort ; DR; CALDWELL'S - Syrup Pepsin - -. ; The. Perfect Laxative, . t..- - ? , ,. . . ' v, ,; 1 , '. ..V . :.f ,4 -i A i is a combination of simple Laxative Herbs with Pepsin, mild and gentle in its action and relieves constipation quickly, without griping j or other pain or, discoinfort. It is 'especially ; recoin'mended for children: . , :. . . i.. t ( . Sold by "t)ruzgists Everytvtere ' soefs. t-;,)$i.oo : ; ; a Tiiimotti- on obiiim DR. W. II. CAI.DWEIX, 4 WAtHlNUruN 'l'ltsrit MONTH HI.LO, ILLINOIS men are not promised a commission, on tlio American front that the ller hut at, their entrance Into active ser- j mil tnk a panlcnliir llellji'lt In vice, are given an, esiimlnntlnn nnd ulieillng. Near tl otobb- roads there rated accorfllnit to thMl alilltr. Korty men ir mmth from thci north'.vi-Kt are to hT neut In n of:'- j cer'n trnlnifiK rami tnv U'V?lninu!t! Into- nfflcfrs. Tluw forty nun iu e ; ohfmon from nuionn Hion imiltT ; Iralnlnst In Ihln illHtrlct' 1 J In th I mst twelve niontlm tho im- vv had taken over and manned cloven ""nuieii vessels, mm una enmiw. i us, rw m,nll,plillto).. . personnel by over one hundred thou- , .rn.u-H nr lK)V ,nnt ce.tnlnly snnd men, A similar expansion will c0ln( p, whnut knocking." he ridded take place durln.t the eoihlng twelve),,., m,rVee,i the sonp-smlile i flimr. months, nnd the men now Ih-Iiiu; fc- i , , M , fruited, are to man these vessels, TOHNAIM) IN TK...(4, . i I ' j EOUT WOIITII. Texsx, April IX CETIMAX KlIFM. PI I :i ICES iNfven are known to bp dead, wrerul HAM.MIEK HOVP KETTLE ' were liijurcrt and (lumsomls of ddlars 1 j of damage rtoito krow Injr cr(tm by yes li V Fltl H- FEROI'SO. (i-rduys un-naiio swetidn noitlH-rn (t'niled Press' filnff Correspondent.) Teuas. ..,- WITH THK AMERICAN Alt.MTj tlV Til V IJIUR11VE CD.W1 UumI. II i i I n V I 1 1 ., , 'l3. (By mail.) There's a certain cross roads back of a certain sector i 'llj'I .1 j ASTnnin At r!KflfL-a PBH OI.KT. AVciPtabtoftcpomlienlbriXi ..lr.i,-nt the Food bvRV-i!UHl- --.a-iV .-l.. ling UigSmmadr; awl '. Thereto' ProtuotinDitiofl i Kcrfulnesi"'-v,"1 ,i neither Opium. lcrpftuie nor top, uuntniarnXR Jtwlmtb US) Mi- W k4 A helnfulRcraetfyfof CoflSlipnUonaIlDiaTt, ond Fewrisht s t Sleep rac5ilcSinsteot XirE CnrTAOit COMMWf. - 5 t. Exau Cop of Wrappsr, ..BjsjpgjsisH lejSsssjBjsaggi ;'-C -Net Conti-nts lSFluid Prachw J niiiimiMiiiiiiiiuiiiMiiiuiiiiHiuiniiniiiiuiHiuiMiiiiiniiiiiiuimnmiiiuuiiuurti 'MnnnnniiiuiiiiiuiHiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiituiiiiiiiniiuuiiiiiniiiiiHiunnrrv Contract and Job Work Promptly Done. L. J. McATEE The Practical Taint Man rn ji chirr, ttr Wiitlm to H ft diit-otit-' Mmii worklntc iinrliy Itvc thrre. Jurtt at nttplr ttmi on A IiifT th roiul. Tho nipn irio In tho UtiK-out. Thoy hi-nrrl n nhi'M mliiK. 1 It nrrlviMt. It' funsn in Ik lit ihrtif.h thu f doir ' ojhI wnt unmclc i through lite roitji lcttJ. j,,., ,nH the reJf,r (f ',n(1 ,(.f.,(.nt ! fully that nnthlng Ik settled until It , l settled right. . i . ..j.lj'.'J. .iiLgM a mm y mi For Infants anl Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Always Bears the mature of rnt eMTua eatflMwv, ttcw vmm mtrw. . Is ' VALUE FOR EVERY ,. i DOLLAR 1 Tour teeth carefully examined g and properly fixed by the best g painless method known. 5 NcAloa Painless Dentists i Cnrner Mala and Webb Btrawta S Phows ia Ooea Krassbsaa 3 He advert lne and offer War S Havlncm NlamiM for salo will! 5 cvrry imrcliasr. 5 Signatura jr.lff,-. (kj- Use For Over Thirty 'Years Oram t -!;;;:i!iuiiiiiiitiiiiiiitiiti;i!t;;i!!it.'.'(i