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EIGHT PAGES '. DAILY EAST O KEG ONI AN, PENDLETON. OKEGON, MONDAY, APUiL 22, 1918. j :((fft'!Pif -'tlff'M'rt !!'(! it fir?!Mf tit if jf l PI Fi"( 'l 1'iilon Buys yr Stwniiw." , ' '"' The local painters' pnlun, Xu- 2M has Invested t&iii.'du of lit funds ,ia War Havings Stamim. . lery, on dotached duty, arrived safe ly in ' France last week, acordiiygr to a c&bkaiaju received by hit mot her, His address Is American Port office WASHINGTON',' April 22. The Herman drive An 'the west; An on. Fifty HiiJes of front Is being- drench-' ed with blood. .-Prisoners On both sides arc belli taken by the thous and, But-- r 1 ' '' ' .' 1 " 1 '' -"-'-" j Expert on the German war policy went la Meacham fcreik. Probably jhave discovered two,; ways of looking .xrgQ Ii 1 outaine "Over TtMre." (ieorgu. Jji Fontaine, former well : known, young1 fanner, ban arrived in Franc, according to word received by 'hi family lir KuttirUay Oiimiu(oi lo tlty 1 L.. It. Lowry thniu.irril)ig forfeited HaskctH Sell for Ited Oow. School diHtrict No. 0. Miss Zolla Foliette or Pendleton teacher, held a banket social fctaturday night and realized fur the Ittd Cross. The bidding ?a lively, vthe basket bringing from three to eight dollar each. A saeHur C I. J-tfctln wa sent nan of 10 on a drunk charge upon j out from hero and made a short pa whlch he was recently ..arrested. -o j triotio wldwn , The district, Is !o- j cated jio n beast of Helix- . Commer.tui dub .Moved. The. old Commercial AHointlon ,omns are now closed and the head quarters of the organization are now in the Klks' Club rooms. Secretary 'Cranston completed moving Halulay and Is now eHtabHshed in hln new office. Two Enlist In Navy, lialph LeKlle Grandin, formerly With the East OroKonlan. has enlist ed In the radio service of the navy and expect to leave tomorrow for Portland. Charloa Lnrreu Luta if this city, has enlisted uh an appren tice seaman. Letter Makes JVmir Trip, i A statement sent by the East Ore gontan to Cesar Moens, formerly of this city, but who was in Belgium when the war broke out, has Just been returned after a trip across the Atlantic and buck.1 (t wan .sent to Hulnt, Holland. Postmarks show that It wait opened by the censor, was refused for forwarding and was shuf fled about nil over Kurope until re stamped and returned to sender.," Captain Caldwell In dance. ' Captain Lee Caldwell, former cap tain of Troop I, and, Hlnce that or gnnization has been turned into art 11- Sunday Fishing J'oor. Many angler were out on the va rious streuma yesterday trying their luck but few of them made any cred ible catches. The largest trout re ported is one, 22 inches long caught by Herman Peters at Cayuse. Small catches were, made by a number who the: best fishing- has been had on Butter-creek, but. that stream is post ed for miles so that It is not open to many, j ; , Colored Wotuuu lf ':" '' Martha Male, a colored woman 78 yearn old, died Saturday evening at her home 1514 West Railroad street. Mrs. Male was a native of England. Indian Woman Arrested. - lena Woods, an Indian woman, was arrested last night for being drunk and forfeited f Hi ball, this morning. .v , Treasurer Aspirant Hero. . v. K. D. CuMek of Albany, state sen ator from Unn county and. cendldato forzthe republican luwiiaation for state treasurer, Is in Pendleton meet ing the voters. u v Ituysi I'nuttllla 'Ifouso. 1 J. P. Hherer. recently arrived from Minnesota, has purchased the lease and equipment of the UmatHla room ing house on Cottonwood street of Miss Wilson. Eat Fresh Vegetables- JFRESH RHUBARB X . FRESH CABBAGE k. . 5 FRESH SPINNACH ' FRESH ASPARAGUS YOUNG ONIONS FRESH LETTUCE FRESH CELERY in fact every good thing on the market that is FRESH. . - 'Tie Dean Tatom Co. PHONE 683 W'e advertise aiwl offer War Savings Stamps for sale. llattory at Kau Ilcv. Word has been- received to the ef fect Captam H- H. Hattery now in the medical department of the army, is at San Diego where he went followng the completion of a special course in Ban Francisco. Haes for IMvorce. KHther 8- Bntftti has brought suit foe divorce against Charles t'mith, al leging desertion. They were married Jin Moro in 3915 and have one child She alleges that In June, 1916, he deserted her. W. J. Warner of Her miston, is her attorney. Administratrix Apfiolnted. Mrs Eugenie Hlanchett was today appointed admlnlatratrlx of the es tte of Peter lilanchou who died in 1911, leaving about $3000 worth of residence property in this city. Harry Hexter, E. Av Schlff ler and W. K. Brock have been named as apprais ers. , !pie Heady for laying. Superintendent F. B. Hayes of the water depactment. who has .head- quarters at Thorn Hollow far' the jHpring and summer, reports that he 'has a mile of concree pipe made and 'the trenches dug so that everything is ready to start laying the first mile of the new pipe line which will tap j the Chapllsh springs. . l inds Kit nation Better., Ir. W. H. Lytle. state veterinarian, , has been here today making an in i vestigation Into the condition of hordes north of Pendleton in the re gion where heavy losses occurred last pring from- a trouble that baffled the veterinarians at that time. Dr. LytU? says that he finds but little trouble -from the disease at present and believes th problem Is being solved by treatment fojr parasitic ailments. Itlllllllllliltlllllllllliailllllllllllllltillililftillllllllilllilllillf IllllllllllllllllUllltlll mi m mm WOW HERE Columbia and Brunswick 1 S THRILLING MARCHES PATRIOTIC PIECES . POPULAR HITS 2 SONGS DANCE RECOJIDS BANDS I INSTRUMENTAL NOVELTY RECORDS 1 Now On Sale 2 ' 5 Economy Drug' Co. 1 3 Hotel St. George Building E Day Telephone 711 Niht Telephone 718 SmHmnmmiminmmiimim H. C. Heath Issues Away. at the great western battle. There are two distinct schools of opinion as to what the German plans and hopes for this year really are. Not but. that ai are agreed that the immediate vital ly important thing for the allies to do is, to win decisively in the west. Only one fcroup looks beyond, and oes, im portant issues, that mut be fought out cvtiotually and after the Hu-ns are driven cU-ar. back within, their own borders, already taking shape in the east. . , - May Ue Cajuowfuitfo. -1 s Hindenhurg's west front . drive tremendAUH and' ruthless, camou flage on the part of Germany? There are at least two men who have been taken into the councils pf pur govern ment tt'ho. think there is good ground for believing it J,s. For obvious rea sons these men may not be named. But Here are possibilities as they point them put; , , ' . , - The powers that, be. in. figure that fighting in the west is. too 3 expensive a proposition to be forced to a ru. early conclusion by either side. They, figure that, a push "through U Paris, even if possible, would cost too dearly in jmen and materials ,to . be seriously considered by them at this time. Tbey know how hotly contest ed any considerable advance , thev might hope to make In France would be. And they think the allies feel the same way toward driving "on to Ber lin" this spring or summer. In other words, what German mil- .3 itary authorities hope for as regards the west front is to- hold the allies to;! a deadlock. I wing propagapida, ' ! i f The mean, though to make that deadlock as interesting as possible. They haye good reason to -make It so H interesting if they, can that the allkoa EL will overlook their activities not military activities "either. Yet- in other directions. Hence the word camouflage" as applied to one or the most tremendous battles the world has ever seen. , , While the .deadlock Is on in the west, the Germans are using to the limit their propaganda organization in the far east and the still uncorrupted districts 'of Russia, In the British! colonies, paid agents of the kaiser are doing their best to stir up revolt in India and Egypt. In these countries there has always been a strong under current of anti-British feeling among the natives. -They are concentrating In China r dn Manchuria, the vast province the Japanese must cross to reach. Russia b.v land. is "he (Sermans are out to raise the devil in China" as a well known Chi nese traveler recently put iU ( Want Troops Scattered. What they are after is to weaken fthe allies' military organlzatioa by forcing tnem to scatter troops in widely separated parts oS tbe world for purposes of protection., And the German propaganda is concentrated oij our 'esflern ally. Japan. To divide the Japanese gov- -3 ernmdfet and the Japanese people by i false representations and promises , ' when Germany has won' is the object. They even figure that they have It! it Uihuiio - aBIe B mm FGSC03 broad selection of styles and ma terials. A remarkable collection of ! j cnarming styles creaieu lor spuiig and summer. Dresses of fabrics in -variety ample tlx satisfy everyone and appropriate .foiVt afterno6o oiitingor street -earfc. ,t mi '" I PRINTEi) PUSSY WLLpW. r GEORGETTE CREPES, SATINS. Mi.. 3 H. C. Heath, an architect who came got good ground to work on there, 3 to Pendleton early in March in the 'many of Japan's leaders being Ger-! ; hope of regaining his health, died this morning at TMlU at St. Anthony's hos pital of tuberculosis. He was 46 Stears old. Mr. Heath had been on the coast about 10 years and had j headquarters most of the time at Se ! at tie. lie fore coming to Pendleton : ho had been in Arizona. Funeral ar rcngements will not be made until ulster is heard from. He had no oth er immediate relatives. THE ASH TOUK CAR x. The car with the perfected valve-in-head motor. ' No car has ever met with such instant success in Umatilla County as the Nash Six. Its enclosed motor and leautiful lines makes it a car desired at first sight. Its orfoniiance bring applause from all. The 1 IfiO car that looks like $.J()()0. ' PENDLETON CADILLAC MO CO. ' Sport Scribe Ijpae P-ob Cronin. Jimmle Hfchardson and fam Kennedy, sport writers for the Journal, Oregon ian and Telegram respectively, and -Judge W- W. Mc- Credie. owner of the Portland team, left for Portland iast night. Inleld- ;ers Hollocher, Shoots and Hours;, who have been released, will go to Spo kane today. The main body f the I team will go to Portland probably Wenettday. Inf (elder Haldy Alter matt, formerly of Boise, will probab ly not join the team as he has wired from Minnesota that he Is In Class A-l and subject to draft. Flnher has signed Third Haseman Kibble, who H at Deer Ivodge, Montana. t , Corby Enronte to France. Hal Corby, Pendleton young man who Ik now a wlrelens operator on board a larg vessel of Chinese name, is en route to France, according to a letter hecelved by L. J. Frasier. He and the other two wireless oper- ators are the only Americans aboard, 'the officers being ltritlsh and the! ciew Chinese. The letter was written on the Pacific while the steamer was en route for the Panama canal. Cor ny writes that he has a fine berth aboard this ship and is enjoying life. Huringthe lifeboat drill, he says the Chinese crew sound like a bunch of Indians at a war da ace and he ex presses an Intention of making his escape from the veswel In case of ho Ing torpedoed, via the high dive route. . t Inner Gvi Holiday. A new system of selling thrift stumps has been devised by Principal Prill which meets with the approval of all tho students, as It promotes rivalry among them. An amount of $8HM muHt be rsltted In four weeks In order to nmke up ths school's quo ta. Mr. Drill suggents that each class take ro worth of utamps and when t hev have sold them, the members tf that rliiKS will be entitled to m one half holiday. The president of each class called a meeting imiiiedlutely after awembly get a lit of the mini Iter of stu deitt tinder his rule so each one wotild have an epiul amount to sell. I'rie of the classes at bat, Is build fnw air cuMlfrf, Miey sbratly bavins de bled w here (ht y will hold their picnic, to celt-brat lbs day I hey go "ow-r tho lop." Sill man-trained men, some with pro-j German leanings. ' 'ggg Ageuts WcW Itusy. ! As far as the false representations of the allied cause and Jthft allied ; 3 strength go, we can judge fo our- jp selves. We have had a taMe ttf them right hers- at home. And"we know j what has been attempted, and is still .5 being attempted, in Mexico. ?2 We have seen the German propa ganda work successfully over the greater part of Russia. While -the deadlock of last year held on the western front German agents were busy in Russia and Russia col lapsed. Such a- ncheme as the one laid out above would be exactly pat terned after what the Germans have done already. Hanger in Kast. If the Germans can hang onto their western front, keeping the allies busy with such great offensives as the pres ent, while their propagandists strike a different kind of a blow behind the Hues in India. Egypt. China, Mexico, or even Japan then the great plan for disrupting the world will be in a fair way to work out, they figure. But only if the allies are kept too i busy; -deceived Into deceiving them- selves. If the allies realise their danger and work intelligently to combat It plan falls down. CAPE WASHABLE KID JWade up into stylish gloves that are the talk of the town. Offered in colors of champagne, white, tan with contrasting stitching; all sizes.' The pair $2.50; with Thrift Stamp 25c ex tra, r ' ; GINGHAM EMBROIDERY Just the right weight, just the right width, neat patterns, for trimming gingham dresses, edging, insertions and beading. The yard 12'2C to 35c; with Thrift Stamp 25c extra. 15 IN. FLOUNCING . For petticoats and - underwear, good heavy muslin embroidery, pat terns that are not too open. Priced 40c to 50c yard ; with Thrift Stamp 25c extra. ' SILK GLOVES Of the genuine Kayser and Ranard make; they fit well and wear better. in plain white and black, also some new fancies, ' The pair 65c to $1.50; with Thrift Stamp 25c extra. NEW NECKWEAR Offered in newest styles, such. as. "The Buster Long Roll", made of Georeette, organdie, filet laces, nets and the like, 35c to $3.50; with Thrift Stamp 25c extra. .. TAFFETAS WOOL JERSEYS " 7 POIRET TWILLS, SERGES. I DRAPERIES !T '.TS . r. -3 t In c'ur 'ART SECTION of the new linenf inish in a beautiful array of col orings of birds and plumage4 designs. In planning your new curtains, let us f if .iire with you. ' ' ; MIDDY TIES .:, Offered in colors of red, blue, navy,. ' black and white; the Windsor shape, triangle and square. , Each 35c to $2.00; with Thrift Stamp 25c extra. MIDDY LACES ' ; Big assortment just in of cord and ties, all colors 5c and 10c; with Thrift Stamp 25c extra. . - i v BUY TIUUI'T STAMPS and help the boya that ere fixating for you. Buy all you. can. Thrift Stamps offered tor sale with each purchase. 'Hill Ulan S ; Bl'X THKIfT STAMPS and help the boya that ere fighting for yon. Buy all you can. Thrift Stamps offered for aale with each purchase.- i I 3 I I I 1 I 1 I I i i I I I f j i i I J I I i I I 1 iiMtfPffftiitTtinil!tfm'f'HfiHiMtfnmt!TnrMH !!!'! illlll!uliliilUitiisiuii;lt CI.KMENCKAC AT 77 IS TOIJ ' II K IS PHYSICALLY FIT NEW YORK, April 22. "Tell me " frankly If I can continue for the nexl six months In that devil of a way ex Istance I carry on now; six months is all I want." Premier Clemenceau of France, who Is 77 years old, told an army surgeon.major when he asked for thorough physical examination re. cently. ; This remark was attributed to th premier In a dispatch from Paris given out here today by the official French bureau of Information. ' "You have more, than six months ahead of you," the surgean replied. after the examination. The dispatch stated that the pre- the mier on arriving at his office last It is this that Is be Thursday morning asked to see a sur Electric Lisfht Safe tmd Reliable, ing urged upon our government. igeon and removed his coat, vest and The above is a picture of the Ger-ishirt for the examination which he so man program as seen by the experts mentioned. They point to the east as the place of greatest danger not im mediately, perhaps, but In the near future. And they say: "To be forewarned Is to be 'armed. unexpectedly demanded. Following ! the doctor's verdict, Clemenceau dressed and plunged Immediately into ' his work. ! Consider the sorrows of the sir-fore--craft board that w thoroughly over talked Itself. - a y i y V" in the context It Ii the mailed fist "ball not counter with the (mdded glov. Cheer up! American hoUUpsh In! After this war America will welcome France will do their share of the no Immigrants who do not come re world's work, never fear! I'nfor- ''wived w hole heartedly to he Amerl- tunately they are tto few. cau. Hmncy and Tmr u,ut gtsa yoa caza u.'.-i yea cZ.r Co cctrj.'i cr.d enczc FOLEY'S HONEY TAR. I'M Cixt, If c-r , r. i t --r". ) Tpv ON'T wait for ?olJ to at:ack vou, r'lLt c I 1 roo een. ' MS " At the Orsl Indication rf Ihf rrf-rnro if ':n r-r , right after Mm ud keep rltfht tftcr tint uuul y. u Uw i -Uvul ii iiaa retreaU'd and goue for xJ. Watch Bet Dcr.'t Wsul Int be tfrsld of onsT:rr!at7 a fuln alarm. 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