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DAILY EAST OREGONUM, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1918. EIGTTT PACT denied the rights of American citizenship. If we were all llQre&onigri like them we would soon be un der the kaiser's heel. M, i . - -, J SST , "lbli(iKl Dalljr and Beml-Weekly ml Pendleton. Oregon, by the AST OKKOOXIAN Jt-UHLIBHINO CO Entered at the postofflce at Pendle-on- Oregon, aa. second-tlaes mail (natter. ' J Talaphona ON BAUB IN OTHER CIT1E& ImperlalUotel Nw Btnnd. Portland Bwanuaa Kevt Co., Portland, Oregon , ' ON FILE AT Chlcaco Bureau, 0 Security Build ing. Washington. D. C, Bureau 01 Four teenth Street. N. r. .' SUBSCRIPTION RATES .' (IN ADVANCE) Dally, one year, by mall Dally, six months by mall Daily, three month! by mall Dally, one month by mail Dally, one year by earner Daily, six months by carrier Dally, three months by carrier. Daily, one montfc. by carrier Semi-Weekly, one year, by mail 1.60 Semi-Weekly, six months, by mall ,H Semi-Weekly four months by mail .60 45.0s , 1.S0 . 1.86 . .60 . t.6 . 3.7 S 1.96 . .(6 AMEaUCA- I know no east or west; ' - No north or south I know, X The eountr 1 love best, - , To fight for whHib 111 go. Hath frontiers on the sua, Oirs vast, united whole, v But finds Its boundaries . In freedoms dauntless soul. THAT FUEL ORDER A. The fuel administration cri tics did not know what they were talking about and at times did not care. That i3 fre quently the case with those who take the role of critic. FOOD SLACKERS TAKE NOTE HOSE who may be back ward about food conser vation please read this from the Lansing, Mich., State Journal : 15oy K. Carver of the medical de partment. One hundred and nineteenth Kk-ld Artillery, writes In an interest ing way of food conditions and the country In France, lie says, In part: -'The people here buy food only when Ihcr have a food card. -If they have no food card they can't buy. Soldiers "re hot allowed to buy any food In a city. They have to buy what . extra food they want In camp where there Is an extra place' provided, for that pur pose, i Then they can buy only 8 pence worth at a time. Here Is one. place where money will not talk. 'Take my tip and tell the people not to waste foodV They don't see vhf nttxMr hn tr n.n. ....... i . feet last winter there foreign countries are they would Was much rnmnlfiint trnm r.- U5 It then. . Xoa see the people tain twnnlo r,f . . jm allowed only so much so that the Illl? A a certain Ul,lk on have more. -We g& good element OI the press. It Was liealthy Muff to cat here, I like the asserted the Order WOUld ruin war bread better than I dox white industry in the middle -west !,,rcau- something like brown that the fuel administration .re 18 rrt"!B- Wc w HEN Garfield's drastic fuel order went into ef- OUSTING THE HUNS 3 i ii . . na uroKen aown and was a failure and a few other things. Dr. Nasmyth's talk here yes terday made the facts of the case known to Pendleton peo ple. Dr. Garfield knew what he was doing and took action tainly living hbth for soldiers.") We are asked to save so that there may be sufficient food for our boys in the trenches. We are net saving food to feed the civilian population in the allied countries but instead to keep or inestimable benefit to the the fighters from o-ninc hnncrrv country and the allies. It would Anyone who cannot sacrifice have been disasterous had he ifor the benefit of thse men not moved when he did. 'should be catalogued and N a complete and very em- pnatic way precautions have been taken by the Commonwealth of Australia to rid that land of the dominance of German interests there. Be fore the war, the mining and metal industries : of Australia were . completely . controlled from Berlin, together with the general trade of that country. JNow the end has come. It was stated clearly by rrime Minister Hughes, in an address before the Harvard Club 'in New York last Satur day. "There is no German now, ne saia, "wno nas any interest of any sort or kind. nor will they be allowed when this war is over to hold any Such interests, not though thy be naturalized to the Nth de gree. Having been caught once, we do not propose to be caught again. The operation of this policy of absolute exclusion has al ready shown most favorable results in the establishment of I mills and industrial plants and the building of ships for the carriage of the great stores of grain accumulated there. More over, Australia has sent more than 300,000 of its men to fight with the allies and they are do ing it bravely. Boston Post. ...a.... a contemporary could see nothing good in the eclipse from a spectacular standpoint and is now urging that the government abolish its publi city department; quite . a grouch ; quite a grouch. An allied -force is wanted to help the Russians but the ques tion arises-which Russians; their factions are numerous and varied. Yesterday's new stories show why the subs leave the armed liners and transports aione j3f 800808 o sWo a oflonBODoo.DDDDcooliooBoao oTFbd o 8 on o BsooaQooDDflDDOtiooDoo pod ooo ogpp o o o o o g c DosopcTgg7 ' Your Costliest Sacrifice Modern comforts and luxuries de , xnand a. heavy tax. Today's way of living slows down and clo&s . the human machine. Over-eating, irreftular habits, insu& v cient exercise, highly concentrated foods have produced Constipation, ; a basic weakness, from which most ills originate. ' Before you realize it, intestinal accumulations poison the system. Then come Headaches, Anemia, Hardened Arteries, Dyspepsia, Gastritis, Piles and other tearing down ailments. To end constipation, the uninformed turn to dru&-aden purgatives many habit-forming. Dru&s are violent. They end consti pation unnaturally. They stunt the i muscular movements of intestines. Until the coming of Stanolax the &reat corrective the average per son has faced a choice of evils: Constipation or harsh drus. Stanolax is not a cathartic-not tt dru&. It is a lubricant for the . bowels. It cannot irritate. It en courages normal muscular action. Stanolax is tasteless. It is colorless. It'is neither digested nor absorbed by the system. , . Stanolax does not act hastily, causing undue strains. It relieves gently, . but surely, in a natural way, carrying off intestinal poisons. tree yourself and- keep freed from constipation, and all its hurtful effects, by using Stanolax sold by progressive druggists. O"" bottle is convincing. Manufactured Only hy Standard Oil Company (ledum) J Chicago, U.S.A. 28 YEARS AGO - FOR CONSTIPATION r"""""" -f ) KatioruilOliverWeeK rr"s-i nm iiiiin t r June 10m to mm ft if - - II MiaMUIIi.lWthnaf 1 : 111 Tractor Farmin9 qruiuiiiiniijiiHiiriTfiiniy 9 ' r Han Can T'Xaltt? MorePfofltlirom hf ' ; Ana jrarm fvxrt A 'Tractor; A tractor will do the work of several horses and seven men. . Eminent authorities estimate conservatively that the average tractor is the power equivalent of five men and two horses. You can easily figure the saving; in operation plus the greater advan tage of getting your season's work done exactly when it should be done. It means bigger crops therefore bigger profit to you. The owner of a Tractor is not worried about the shortage of la bor, lie cultivates all of the land available and makes It pro duce the very maximum. They are today giving perfect satis faction under many varied conditions of farm work. The well informed farm owner buys a tractor and an 'Oliver Plow Ha knows that the Oliver Plow coaibined with the Tractor will enable him to get the very maximum of good plowing done. The Oliver is the most widely used Tractor plow and is backed by the world's largest plow manufacturing organization. The combined rolling Coulter and Joiners bury all trash et the bottom of the furrow. The stop device maintains an even depth of furrow.. Tje plow points center and level the ground first, making it possible to plow clear out to the ends of the field. There is a further advantage In the simple rope trip control by which the operator can raise and lower the bottoms from his seat-on the tractor. A Tractor and an Oliver flow a money making team for any farm for YOL'it farm. Get It this season here! JERARD. & TEMPLE IESi DLETO-V, OIIHCOX t-rom the Daily East Oregonian June 12. Ii30 rev.raj oi Kisnop ecutr't r rammer I ocnoo. Boys were In town this morn- I ng on the way home for vacation. ChR.rlesH. Carter ana J. M. Bentloy are representing tiie FeniHeton lodges I m tr.e grand lodge of Masons at Tort-1 iana. JuJ.-re Ramsey has fix cas?s from I tnia and other cnunti.js before the I su;rir.a court at its-recant Penriiet..n torn and was vlDt.irlous in one of them. STANOLAX is for Sale in Pendleton by v nrm.-i Ttviam vrrfK rimm rrifr axtv X iliJ X XJlllUJiVil UUU Willi (Wl f r ' " lyrll r'l . sal i v I every I A report has been brounht lo i.wn by two Indians ihj: Padewah. the well Vnnnn fat and Jolly Umatilla, was i.'iiu dead in bed recently. Arencv or 'c-ais aiscounten-.ne the repurr. iney say Padewart :s fishing in ih. T 1 w n- 1 . . -. . jMviurp new. resitienen rn street Is now Jomnlctwl an 1 rany lor occupa'.io.j. BEAV'TIfTI, M.'VKIR is wonxj's Mrsvr Tlt,GIC JTGCRE Xi-4 - n l v x;$o; paleontologists of Reed College. Port land. Dr. W. T. Foster, president of the college. yesterday took charge of the collection, which had been sent to Portland at the request of Charles El. Cochran, assistant general counsel of the railroad company, and will turn them over to Dr. Harry Beal Torrey, a biologist of Reed, and will call In also Or. William F. Ogburn. formerly of Reed, and now of the University of Washington. The size of the bones Immediately attracted the attention of the work men, who excavated one piece 'which appeared to be a bone or .tusk eight feet Ions;. Unfortunately this speci men was broken In shipment and Dr. Foster, who made preliminary study of thepieces yesterday, said that a more detailed study would he neces sary before venturing any scientific estimate of the dlHcovery. He has asked that the workmen, on finding new evidence, leave it In the ground and notify the - college, in which event Dr. Torrey and other qualified Feolnlsts would vitdt the scene and gather whatever data were available. 'The discovery hold out interest ing promise for geological study," said Dr. Foster yesterday. "'If they are the bones of a prehistoric animal j or any animal not now accounted for, of course, there Is great sclntiflc val ue there. We shall try to piece the bones together at once and arrive atl conclusion. someone to the scene of the discovery anyway." The bones were found In a gravel pit about a mile frotu. the depot at Umatilla. v The geological formation of eastern Oregon Indicates that there are rea sons for believing that much scien tific lore remains to be uncovered in that section. KAISER'S U-BOAT TORJURES VICTIMS LONDOX, England. Jun12. TM crow of a German submarine was brutal in its treatment of the crew the Glasgow steamer Kl la ton, sunk several days ago. Renters limited learns. The steamer was shelled for three and a half hours. The ltHlHh captrln returned the gunfire until his ammunition was gone and then aban doned the verse 1, which the submarine: crew boarded and sunk with bombs. The captain was. taken prisoner on I bfjtrd the "U boat. The drinking water In one of the lifeboats was removed, and the tier mans also took the mast, sails and all the cars except two. leaving the Brit N'n to find land an best they could- The other lifeboat, which was not r.ic lestcd. wan picked up by a. schooner near Las Palmas, Canary. Islands. Those In the first lifeboat, suffnred Probably we shall Bend j great hardships and did not reach Las Palmas until nine days after the oth er boat. ' PRAYER DRIVE IS NEW WAR MEASURE ONTARIO, Cal., June U. There's another way to help win the war and swat the kaiser. Ontario, Is conducting a prayer drive for victory. NThe flro bell rings at noon each day. to remind all the people of the town to stop whatever work they may bo doing, and with bowed hendn to pray for victory and for the safe leturn.of the boys they have sent overseas. This hiunlripal angctus was Insti tuted by proclamation of the mayor, at the reddest of the town council. camions loaded with chocolate, food and other supplies for American troops at the battle front, made a record run in two nights and a day In order to reach a point J00 miles away to serve the fighting men when they arrived. crying Heal Men. Fourteen Yt M. C. A. automobile 21 HOURS I VDKK FIRB TO SAVE HIS &EX7RCTA1UES Working for twenty-four hours un der constant shell fire. Harrv I.vne. HrlllMh Y. M. C. A. war work sec re- tnry In the Fifth Army area on the Flanders front, brought all his men from their dugouts and huts before they were smashed by enemy fire. He say all his work of the two previous months blown to pieces. OUt you 6tiyaj The most tragic figure in the nres- ent world war is the beautiful Queen iane or itumania- ltumanla. cut off from her west-1 ern allies, and betrayed by the Bol- sneviKi, nas been forced Into the most humiliating peace In hlstorv. 1 no very tenure of King Ferdinand and Queen Marie la upon German I sufferance. Bones of Mammoth Found At Umatilla Are Being Studied nmrLAMl, June 12. Bones, pre sumably of some mammoth prehis toric animal, have been unearthed! near Umatilla. Or, by workmen of I the o.-W. R. K. Company, and are! uow being studied by geologists and J "Put m hmaling coat on (As lining of thm throat.' Foley's Honey tar ACOUOtl that tnrcatens to rip and tear onfc tho lining of the throat, that deems to jolt and jerk tho chest lcyond endurance, end causes an echoing thump at the liack of the head as if yoa were hit with a sletlgo hammer aurh a cough needs a cooling, soothing medicine like Foley's Honey and Tar Com pound to coat the raw, Inflamed surface with a healing balm. Foley'! Hooey and Tar Comnound has been nsed In mn ir.at,,n ,1 severe bronchial, la grippe and other racking coughs that debilitate. What Foley's Did For One Man J. D. Knterkln. Wlrntin n. wrttis: KRevnral tnin I had a terrible attack, both lunes being Inflamed. After re covering somewhat niy luna never "cleared op" and I suffered severe pains, wnicn 1 sad lor three months and couldn't get well. I got one 50c bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar Compound and It alone entirely cured me. It took all the soreness away and cleared my lungs. It is the most valuable medicine I ever used. I cheerfully recommend lt.1 Thi old Btaixlaril mim. m. . 11, a. , t. . n. . l . ! ' . ffl DATDIATIP 1 H rHIlilUliu pABMires, wioosM retail. Mntiy r.irvA ih n r u tick Ho in Vb threat, cloart. th rMaih thai pritr)t Irriuttion which inttrMt Urn of eutaffbiDc Cue oc two doves prudoc m dflstrable sad Are You Prepared? l 1 Foster Hnoer BtTsr Conipmind honM he laemy hnnx. Wo eold ihosM tm nut. " lh""'; tltthl It Ihfmli b.l.k-0 la li.ort nnnnptlir moA elck-d ii.1m fianlda 1 Uiijinr it lini.ii lb ww f U nlfmi. 80 dou't pertinent. Ort tl.e rn:w) rc,lr Ui,omj mart Tr urfti sod bjiTe 11 rl; f, couch, said, eruoo. uasli. la srispe at bcqsuuu eouua. JaZ,iOsaod UMua, " """""s los T VJX3LV.V A CO. Have you put in your winter's fuel? v ' ' , To aivoid a repetition of last winter's coal shortage, the consumer must put in the fuel now. V . ' ' Lot us quote you on CoaB and rJoodl PHONE 5 BURROUGHS & CHAMBERS Inc. 550 Main Street E. O. Bid?. 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