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&ATLY fAST ORSGOnAW, I-Tntm. OCTROI. FRIDAY. JtLY 12. 1018. im.iiiim.wii .pi i I-ii I ii a t -S "SS..-ax. U. J j Jl1. rVT2!tsct22X?2S-.l.x. iiflajrm.'wi;' n't M.y-H'tJS.i'S. JjgL EIGHT PAGE3 A! rKTFPFVTENT NEWSPAPER. ftabllshed: Dally and Seml.Wecklr af fendlton, Orron, by th ABT OKKUON1AII 1'UHUISHINO CO fctr.d at th itasfcotfice at Pendle ton. Oregon, u second-class mail waiter. ' Telephone .A'" INOTMKB CITIKK . n.n. .i .l. b carrier imperiauiotel new ltlna, fortlana . - 7 SUBSCRIPTION RATES ON ADVANCE) Dally, one year, by mail Dally, alx month, by mall Dally, three month, by mall Dally, ni month by mai) ., Dally, one year by carrier Bowman New. Co, Portland. Oregon ON trius AT Chicago Bureau. 80S Security Build to r. Waehlnrton. D. C, Bureau (01 Four teenth Street. N. W. 1 5.0 .5 .(St T.Et .7 1.9 .i Dally, three month, by carrier. Dally, one month, by carrier Semi-Weekly, one year, by mall l.S Semi-Weekly, alx month a, by mall .71 great showing and to persist in moaning "'wasted year," what ever that may mean, that is his nreroirative in this land of the free. But it is a sign either of limited intelligence or of par tisan bile. Even the few newa taDers afflicted with Wilson- phobia are beginning to drop it. In the face of ail tnese mag nificent achievements and at a moment when everything is at white heat of efficiency and rapidity, how cheap and trans parent are the yells of petty artisans: "Speed up the wart" t The government should not only control the telegraph and semi-weekly four month, bv mail .st telephone lines in this country but it should also handle the "T JUST Want to thank you for Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepin. It is fine. I use it for my baby, my ImsbancJ and myself, and simply can't do without a bottle of it in the house." ' ' : ' ' ; ' - '. (From a letter to Ir. Caldwell written by Mr. John W Chtiitenaen, n3 So, 2nd f ' Eatt, Btigham City, Utah -'" by soldiers, not by civilians! fables, providing a lower rate. The boys who face the trench raids and the eras shells, the men who go into the air and One reason for lack of under standing of the orient and of South America is the fact the r.4. JL w press cable rates are so high are the fellows who are really 1 inadequate news is obtam doing the business. . They take from those countries and the dangers and the hardships, those countries obtain but lit They are the men who will , ? of America save what channels,. "The kaiser is committed to a war to the finish" says a re port. .He is so committed be cause all his peace feelers have bring the kaiser to his knees and carry our flag to Berlin. jWe cannot do those things at this distance. Give credit where credit is due and don't be stingy about . . a LAUOC Ilia UtHV H.V.11,10 UflfC lt .Donrt wait until some one unavailrng. and he knows tiiVE xo ih kt to am-- is killed before sending him a : line to cheer him on. Keep a .! string of letters and postcards and flowing to France. Such work jis only fair to the boys and it i accomplishes more good than iyou can imagine. I i ISPEED? WHY, CERTAINLY i ffp HE splendidly encourag lijMv ing news of our military accomplishments contin ues. Only the other day the War Department told of the de parture of more than a million men for the European area of war. Now the same soure of TJIIMi. Give no hurt to anything, To the birds that wurk sins. Rabbit in the frrassc wot. Farm-yard beast or household pet. Give no hurt to anything Butterfly with feathered wing, Garden toad that aids the farm. That would never do you harm; Children of the out-door sun God's own creatures, every one! He to them a. little friend, Ever ready t defend! Alice J. Clator. a OUR SOLDIERS ALSO ARE A GREAT HELP there is no other source open to him. Rev. J. M. Cornelison will make good with the Y. M. C. A forces at the front. He has the energy and mingling ability necessary to success m dealing with men. of the- sort he is to serve If the Italian invasion of Al bania continues it may be pos sible for the allies to intervene in Russia via Bulgaria and Roumania. There is sound judgment in information announces that a inviting older men to the next grand total of 2,170,400 is with the colors, here and abroad; that more than 2700 Browninsr E at home, plume our-jgnns were delivered during selves much on what we May; that more than 1,300,000 rifles had been produced and delivered up tP June 7 ; that we are making 80 combat airplanes a week and that over 2000 Lib- are doing to win the war. When we eat a potato instead of a slice of bread we think we are doinp; something. .When we use less sugar thanjerty motors have been deliver usual we feel we are serving ed and are being turned out at the country. Our purchases of ;the rate of 115 a week. war savings stamps and liberty Looking at these fine accom- bonds and our Red Cross sub-!plishments, it seems- a dream scriptions we view with pride, that only six months ago a sen- even though we don't hurt our- ator of the United States pub- selves by the process, licly stated in the upper cham- - All this is very well. We are ber of congress that Secretary really helping to win the war. Baker's assertion that, before The war could not be wonlthe end of the year he believed without the efforts of the home that there would be 1,000,000 folk. But while we boost our- men in France was "exaggera Belves and call ourselves gener- tion of the wildest sort"; that als and colonels and other the promise was "absolutely names for doing work that wo- preposterous" and that the men could do if they had to, whole thing was "a gigantic let us not overlook entirely the bluff" on the part of Mr. Ba meft who are really putting the ker. Where is that gentleman thing over. now? Only 11" days more We at home are an indispens- than half the year have gone, able element in the winning of and more than 1,000,000 men the war. ' We can lose the war are already overseas. If that through failure to do our part be "bluff," let's have a lot of it and we should be ashamed to says the Boston Post, falser or complain at our trifl- If anybody wants to continue ing duties. But wars are won to be pessimistic over such (a 0IIIWIWHII WWW. JJIHmilHIIBi. I yn 7-WW-JW!1- .1 1 WD.JMI. III'IW officers' camp; this war has been too much of a kid affair. Our new wheat is. moving, to; the front. j 28 YEARS AGO (From th East Oreifonian July 13 18.90.) Moses Minthorn In the proud pos sessor ot a fine Hhorthorn. bull pre sented to him by W. S. Ladd of Port land durlnft Moses' recent visit to that. city. Pendleton, ty reason of Its excel lent hotel facilities Is a favorite stop- pins place for knights of the road. Manv traveling men make their headquarters liere while making ex cursions into tho country. Messrs- G. F. Hartman and G. P. Rosenberg have formed a full part nership to engage In abstract, loan. Insurance and real estate business. Their headquarters Hvlll bo at tho National' Bank. It has oeen styled the Hartman Abstract and Loan Co- John M. Bent ley received the fol lowing from Echo today: "You will find at the express office two pel coyotes; one for you and one for Mat Taylor. Yours 10-dorly, Uneipectea. John hurried down to the express of fice and found that the baby coy otes had arrived in safety. He wa greatly pleased over the present lut Mat was not so enthusiastic. Mrs. Hall' has closed her restau rant on 'Webb st recti. The enterprise had as troublous an existence as a snowball in purgatory. Motor from lVndlrton. Thomas Boylcn, Miss Lillian Ifc.y len and Mr. and Mrs. L B. Cronin are a Pendleton party which made a motor trip to Portland via Seattle, Tacora and North Yakima. Hoods were fftuhd in poor shape .between OlvmifTu. and Portland. They win return to Pendleton Friday morning-Portland- Journal. 1 ' f NOODLES, CHOP SUEY, CHINESE DISHES nnFY' KWONG HOrZG LOW K -w w ivm tin t p-aair. mono 3J i Tired Motlicrs. Tt's hard Work to take care of the children and to cook; sweep, wash, sew. and mend besides. Tired mothers should take Hoods, RarsaparilUi It refreshes the blood. Improves the apfietlte. assure restful sleep, and help In many ma . ' . . 1 Suicide Urges "All ; . jComrades to Battle S CHICAK, Jnly -IS. Leinrcnee U Schwab; 'storekeeper at the Great Lakes naat training ' station, who Pj' committed suicide Ty taking poison V In a local hotel, left the following 5 ! note to his comrades, 'urging Ihem to K 'icV nt, I'ucle Vam to the' limit in J bis fight on Germany. F "bois. 1 atn going Into a battle (F fiom which none of you has ever re turned and am going lntoBit for the be:it nnI yoti boys, bother sMtmates, ' 'go Into your battle with our common - - - - - " " " " I foes, the Germans, with the one) .MMlltlllWIIIIIIII(!l(lllIlill!l!Uniflllli:illIIIUIllllIIIinillll!mill!;iII!IIIIIIIIHlUM -a : thought in mind and that Is to keep SI Old Glory on top. Good luck, to you VALUE - EVEP.Y DOLLAR Tour teeth carefully examined and properly fixed by the beat paiulem method known. ; Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin The Perfect Laxative , Sold by Druggists Everywhere ' ;m; 50 cts. (T) $1.00 Quickly' corrects ' disorders of the intestinal tract, relieves the congestion and restores nor-, npial regularity ,w It is gentle inaction arid does riot griped A trial bottle can be obtained by writing to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 458 Washington St., Monticello, Illinois. SHOES! SHOES! HERE YOU ARE FOR C.Ocin SHOES AT LITTLE MONEY. ' , ,. ,1' ', . -. I Boys'' Outing Shoes.... $1.85 and $ 1.95 Children's Shoes. . . . . . $1.49 and $1.95 Men's Harvest Shoes. . . . $1.95 to $2.95 Ladies' White Shoes . .... . . . . . . $2.45 Men's Harvest Straw Hats 20c and 25c Men's Silk and Khaki Hats. . .... . 49c Men's Khaki Overall Unions....' $2.50 ' The. 32 Sample Stores. - . l .. i i . .'J - .. ii. .. La L-J :i I JfW J&g BL. 1 Hi MB 1 (kl&V VIII MLkV ' , - I Tacwlay and Friday monilngs arCjbon yestcrduy after spend ing the duy to bo added to this week's Mirgicai he re. dressings schedule, lor moro nndj w. W. Uickey, of Monument, was In moro imperative becmucs tlm . need Fcmiieton today. for gauxo cuurs in tlw lle.1 Cross j DTid AHrcd )cf( t (or Tr)n(. work room. There will bo no fold-! . Colorado. J tag t'Jassrs during the mornlua hours , r r H..t n .,,..,t ..i i ...art.- for as. I M. Murk Patton will lorfve for sisUimT. tn preparing the Banu for.Kent- Washington, on Monday. (lie afternoon workers. Will you hefp? A change In the lied Cross surgical dressing schedule occurs each week because) of the alteration of the gauze cutting and folding classes. Fol lowing la the -order of work for the week of July 8 to 13. Afternoon classes begin by 2 o'clock ar.d those ' In the evening at 7. Volunteers are, urged to meet with any of the class es and will be cordially welcomed In the work room of the Library; Monday afternoon Folding class. Mrs. N. Berkeley, Instructor. Monday afternoon Cutting clas Mrs, Walter Adams, Instructor. Monday evening business girls. Mrs. J. C- Woodworth, Instructor. Tuesday afternoon Folding class. Mrs. J3. I Power, Instructor. Tuesday afternoon Cutting class, Mrs. James Welch, instructor. Wednesday afternoon Folding, class, Mrs- T. F. O'Brien, Instructor. Wednesday' ' afternoon . Cutting class, Mrs. Jim Estea. Instructor. Thursday afternoon Folding class, Mra F- B. Boydcn, Instructor Thursday ftemoo7i-T-Cutting class. (Riverside ladles), Mrs. HI 6- Gar field. Instructor. Thursday afternoon Honor Guard class. Miss Lillian Boylen. instructor. , dav from Athena. Thursday evening Honor uuaru girls, Mrs. H. M. Chambers, Instruc- ,...r- ..lriin,, class. I K. C. 8helton. of La Grande, was In Mrs. L. L. Rogers, instructor. Mrs. Molvlllo Johns returned to her home In. Athena toduy. Father KUUon of Hermlston, Is a patiunt at at. Anthony's hospital. A. K. Dollciiinr cl W'allu. Wuilu, Is in the city today, L. C. Lcnwood of Eukcr, Is a I'eii dlcton visitor today. Mrs. L. G. Ferry Is here from La Grande toduy. Mr. and Mrs. C G. Henry are in Pendleton from Scuttlo today- W." C- Uuclicrt of Walltt Valla, is in tho city toduy on business. Bob. Young is here from Portland toduy. C. W. Hollister of Gurdunc yesterday in Pendleton. C M. Hftuldlcston " of Wnsco. wasg a visitor here yesterday on business. T. H. Crops Is here today from La Grande. accepted a position with tho Auierl cau National Hank. Mrs. Hobart has a number of friends In Pendleton who will remember her as Miss Gladys Gruybcnl ,a former University of .Ore. on student. ,. . Mrs. Charleir- Pupuls and.. little duughler. Jaunila, loft today to vUlt I at the home of Mrs- A. H. IavU ot Illeth. They were accompanied by little Iora Davis, who hiu been a visitor fon tho past week at the Uu pala home. Dr. and Mrs. H. S. Garfield, Mrs. Robinson cottage- whero Mrs. Robin son and Mrs. F. K. Judd are chuper- oning a house pa")' Pendleton girls. Herbert Thouipsen. little Mlsa Hhtr- B. F. Averlll, head of the Biological Survey here, Is expected to return to night from a fishing trip to Desola tion Lake. Mrs. Nellie Chlsholm and daughter, Miss Mury louglas of Riverside, loft yesterday for a visit at College Place, neur Walla Walla. ' Fred R. Mollis, who was In Pendle ton for the past two days as a witness in the library cuso, returned last night to- his home in linker. Georgo James, special agent for Liverpool. London and Globe Insur ance ComlHiny. is In Pendleton on hUHlnens and expects to make his headquarters hero fur some lime. Miss Alice Bcndin, who has been In Pendleton as the guest of Mrs. F. II. Hughes, left yesterduy for Portland. After spending some tinie there she will return to her homo hi Spokane. Richard Montague, attorney from Portland who was in Pendleton yes terday- in connection with the library case, returned to his homo last hight going by way of Walla Walla. Mrs. W. I). Humphrey left last nlKht for Bingham Springs where she will lay Thompson, and M. K. Long arriv ed home yesterday, from an automo bile trip ' which., , extended thrum; n western Oregon, and Included a visit to Crater Lake. ' i 4 '. DRAFT EVADERS FIGHT TROOPS LITTLM ROCK. July 12. Firing was heard today In tho hills of Cle burne county, where 40 alleged draft evaders are pursued by I'. S. soldiers, according to reports from . Hober sj.rings. Ark. . ( Aulhorltlc here received : word Unit firing wus heard at Intervals yes terday and last night. It is believed tho troops and fugitives wore engaged in a running fight. Tho troops were sent after the ul Irged draft evaders fullowlm: a fight neur Heber tiprlngs lute Sunday In v.hlrh a deputy sheriff and, :wo draft rrslsters were killed- IK W. Pinto, of Seattle, is registered 'spend a few duys. Sho will visit at at Hotel Pendleton. the homes of Mrs. John Thompson Hugh Stanficld is here today from and Mrs. Georgo, Brace. . I his home In btanfield H. C. Baskctt of Boise, was tn Pen dleton yesterday on business. Oscar Thomas ot Spokane is regis tered at Hotel Bowman. M. Kcllcy was in Pendleton yestor- i jail. Iln hof was In Pendleton today: ) from Spokane. i Friday afternoon, cutting class, Mrs. J. C. Woodworth, Instructor. Pendleton yesterday. Miss Lula Crayne of Echo, spent yesterday in Pendleton shopping. Mrs. Irwin Girls, of Spokane, Is registered at Hotel Pendleton. L. N. Breckenrldge was In the city yesterday from Twin Falls, Iduho. 1. C. Bcwscr wus in Pendleton yes terday from La Grando. Mrs. F. O. Hutchinson has received a letter from her brother. Bishop R. L. Paddock, of the .Eastern Oregon dio cese ot the Episcopal church, who re cently sailed overseas for Y. M. O. A. work, announcing -mat ne nas ui-ti Mlsg E(ll ar ,8 rcJ,ll)t(,rf,(1 at sent to th Italian front--! ortland note! .Bowman from Grange. Wyom Oregontan. line r V "v. tawn"W Ttud'trotl Lawmiller ot Spokane and faddock. who before he railed spent ot Bol, wcro ln several weeks worklng at Cainp Lew-, Ienaleton, yM,torday on busincss. Is Is the onlV Amerfcan chaplain on the Italian front. He had been as- J- M. Agee, of the Union Pacific signed for duty, according to the let- !rallroad was in the city yesterday on ter. as chaplnln for 21KI0 American I business. ambulance driver ' '" B. M. Huntington, C. P. do Reamer ' ' land C. A. Birch of Walla Walla, were Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Hyde of lin Pendleton yesterday. Portland, who havo been at McCredie MrJL F. a Groselnes was a passen springs. ' are In Bngene for a iew :BPr on today's train for Salem, Ore Henry Collins returned last night from Walla Walla where he went by auto estorday with it. W. Hastings, of Balfnur-Guthrio company. Mr. (Hustings went frqm Walla Walla to-j Portland. j Mrs.eJ. A. Lnycork and daughter, 'Miss Hazel Laycock, of Lethbiidgc, Iduho. passed through Pendleton yes terday after a visit spont at John Ia with Mrs. Laycock's son, John Lay cock. i ' Mrs. tnn Hobart of Nampa. Idaho, is a Pendleton vlstortoday. She ex pects to return home tomorrow but is soon to come back to remain per manently as her husbanct, who was formerly city clerk at Nan.pa. has HUMi' ;li NI U)DCK tillKUHvIllY PKRK1UVT1 ATUXTIO CITY. -V. J. July 12. The following message was receiv ed Tuesday by tho Elks- grand lodge from tlenernl Pershing.. "I send greetings and express my full confldenrc in the loyalty and -a-trlotlsm of all member ot th order of Elks and their undivided and hcai ty support of our President In this crisis of our nutlon's history.' AMKItlC'AV MtKIHt'AI, OI'llt'KltiJ ni'X'iiKxii:n it)u PKo.MtJTiox PARIS, July 12 Recommenda tions for the promotion of a largo number of American medical officers having long experience In France, will be made i ion ty Gen. Mcrrliu Ireland, chief rurgeon of the Ameri can expeditionary forces In Franco. Official annuuurcment to this efff-ct was made today. i j days. Mr. Hyde . Is staying wlthr the Intention of getting into the service. Eugeno Guard. ' A- telegram fnm Hobokcn. N. 3 thin aioroing Informed relatives bf . flnin r.immiiir ... w ... ..... -- - - .. ., . . ,,,,,, ., . Hcri"' - i --r-- ... gon. . . , Mr. and Mrs. George Pcobler will leave tomorrow for a motor tour of the Willamette valley. . Wilfred Corlcy ot Gurdune, was in Pendleton yesterday in regard to the rival of her transport overseas. father. H. O. Moussii, received the-message- ' His daughter enlisted early In the spring and after seven! weeks' taiFtruotlon In Van Ft.'nelsc. was se lected among a comparatively small Mrs. Jut: Bailey i returned . to her homo, at IScho today after a Visit here, Dolph Trouw, an employee in the Pendleton Roller Mills, Is on his way tnmn for Immediate service In the . in.. Alaska for a two weeks' visit. telephone branch of the U. S. Blgnal j Mrs jjelllo Wilson and mother Mrs. corps In France. Much of Mini A. C. Smith. . will leave Monday for Morn.su 's success Is undoubtedly due!g,atte t0 viKil Mra Lmltli- sons. Dr. lo her Freuch. exceptional knowledge of jjj. n. smith and Dr. F. 8. Smith. ' - . . I Mrs.' Erma .Murphy returned last r"howers of congratulations 'find nlght from Alberta. Canada, wh'ire she flowrrs are finding Ihelr way t. the! looked over icr wneat interests. ne home of Mr. and Mrs- K. P Dodd In I reports good croi. Herniiston to welcome tiny Mlsa Ruth curtlss Peterson of Eugene, who Alexander Dodd. who arrived yestcr-1 hag been, a visitor , hero for the past day Tho little muid wclghs seven itwo uays, returned to ills home this Kcwton Painless Dentists Carner Main at.d TCebb Street phone (I 0:sa Cto We adn-rtlro and otfer War Mt1hR fitamps for sals with rfrrT f,ir"tnM. i iMw tli ... ..Hi..uisms. I ell. and that you may return safely Z ' and vict'wlonslv. Si " ' "LAt'RAN'CB L. SCHWAB. S "P. P. I am a true American. 1 S i atn dylrg Cnrto and Without fear." i! I Ii CASTOR IA . For Infants and CWuire In Use For Over 30 Years Alwsy bears it- -.. ...,-.. ri morning. Mrs. Ralph Bonney left for Jirr heme In The Dnlles today after a vis it at the home of Mrs. 11, ('. Roth rock. Mis. Mary Hobunqton .ot Pilot Rock i left today for lfermlston where she will visit licr daughter. Mrs. Arthur and one-half pounds Frederick D. Begret left today for Hiilsboro. . Mrs; (1. Eddie left today for a visit with friends in Dayton. Oregon. Ccorgo H. Perry left today for. Oklahoma City. Carl Engdahl. of Helix, Is in Pell- F,,innm, d'ton today. - .. . . . , , . wii i Mr. and Mrs. G. LsRea are In Pea- , h. . K.r. for the numose ! dleton from Boise, IdaTio. ; ot ren,mi, - Hore building he has at Mr. and Mrs. J. W. ' White were Lamond, Wash, here yesterday from Walla Walla, Mr mnd Mnt H E oreen and Dr." Hoy Fluharty is in Pendleton from and Mrs. Floyd Croup left yesterday1 Spokane. tar Hingham tsprlngs to remain for Henry Miller of Echo, Is a Pendls- several day. . ' Ion rmitor today. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Brock return- Charles Herrell of Kpokane, u In ed last eienlng from a two days' out- f. tv tt . i'vr rt Pinrhum Spr'nrt. YesteTrtfl v ' ; i. ; ; i n,4d :;'- . .... i. i t ' J- fTHE TRUTH ABOUT CANDY: How Can Much We Eat? aridy "WHERE SHALL WE STOP TO STAY WITHIN THE BOUNDS OF PATRIOTISM?" t That's u question which ifuxalcs many of us. Wo all know that wo rnunt "go cuty" on fttugar, an It Ih our dut to COIUKTC. v A ad cundy conUtins wnne ukut. Ko how can wo know how much to cat. In th first place, w mint not furuct that our yaUin needs nom sugar, unU this the Food AdininiMraliun rvcosnisca. Wo must rcinciiibcr, too. that some people like tholr sucar In cof fee, some In fruit and some In other ways. If you like yours In the form nf cundy, eat Rome candy us much as the Food Administration permit a certain share Is yours. ,The Food Administration m keeping In close touch with the rukht situation and a I lot ln- the candy inuiitrfurturcrs us much as It can see its way cleur to allot. Kveryone Is being; anked to save on miKiir, and tho candy manufac turern have lcen asked to save imlt of al they formerly used. Hut that which Is being Rtvcn thorn is beiuo; ntvenhcui beeuufte the Food Administration rccoKnizes candy an a food and Is willing to permit it to be made and sold. It also knows that the candy mak ing inuntry Is a bis: national Industry and thut it is the duty of every one to help keep Industries going at home at the sumo time that wo are winning the wur. Bo the candy' manufacturers are purmUud to make a certain amount of candy and offer It for sale to you. Hut the Food Adminis tration sas how mtih thut will be. When the sugar la used up, no more can be had. So you know that tho candy you see on sale Is there with the permission and the sanction of the Food Administration. And that candy you can enjoy to the fullest. And while ou eat It, or send it away to a soldier. If you prefer, you may know that every pound Is high in food value good, wholesome wood, suppling the system with carbohydrates (fuel for the body). --In normal times the candy industry uwes onlr per ct. of the sugar used per capita In this country. Right now this amount has been cut squarely In Ja, The Candy Manufacturers of Oregon ; i p.