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EIGHT PAGES DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 1918 5 'a I-.l ( , .,. Jr. " i , rr-f r Vtv , mimf r swr-.ii - - . . , , . a g" ,r -, : j a. . n ... ' - a -at- v. -w . t m . -s-- , i -- r-v w . s " r" j j: i v - jr -v JNQtjces, Jlusmess Upport r or Kentriitc,, viassiiieq iui- asy. ivciciiw.; A VI v " a v k .... NEW TODAY v fW TOD AT. sob new advertisement will fee un under '"Men Ttter for til a (trat Insertion on I. During' subsequent Insertions of tha a K will appear under Ita prop classification. FOR'ftpXT Furnished roomw ' and apUw,4lt7 W. Alia. Phone 1177W. LOST On Main atreet, white crocheted baby carriage robe lined with blue. Call Bowman Hotel. Ite. ward. POSITION WANTEDD by married couple with highest reference. Man expert auto mechanic. Wife flrat clam cook and houaekeeper. Prl ate family or ranch preferred. Ad dress ''X" thin office. WANTED Rooms, with' or without board,- tor public school teachers: also suitable plucen where a few high school boys and girls can work for board and room. In whole or part. Phon Superintendent t'lty Schools. 1004.' " - . HUN PAPERS PAN LEADERS OF WAR WASHINGTON! Aug. It'. German newspapers Bfe "going to tnke the pan. ierm4na to Jaskt forhe- fple prnph eclea they madp concerning' the I'nlted Stntes' port 1 in' the war, re ports "to the stale deportment Indi cate. The deoartment save out comment: from the Hamburger Echo of Au'gus 11. "Events of the past week are deep ly aisnlflcant for the notion and 'It rulers.',' this paper said- "The fol lowing) pan-Germanic arguments' il lustrate how they have ' deceived, themselves, and others," ' The " Echo then cited the pan German, arguments made before the I'nlted Btatcs entered the wnr that this country was bluffing' and would, not declare wor; that If It did,' de clare war -It would not send soldiefH to Europe;1 that If soldiers were sent by the United States the U-boats would alnk them or would blockade the coast of France so they could nn land; that England would be Marved: that Germany'B firm attitude toward the United States would bring neu tral support to Germany. BE PRETTY! TURN GRAY HAIR DARK TRY fiRAXDMGTHKK'S OLD FA VOHITK IU-X1PK F KAfJK . ' TKt AND Kl'UMtl'IC. Almost everyone knows that Sage Tea and Sulphur, properly com pounded, brings back the natural col or and lumre to the hair when fuded. streaked or gray- Years ago the only way to get this mixture was to make It at home, which la mussy and trou blesome. Nowadays, by asking at any drug store for "Wyeth's S.ige and Sulphur Compound." you will get a large bottle'of this famous old re cipe. Improved by the addition of uther Ingredients, fur about 50 cents. Don't slay gray! Try It No one can possibly tell that you darkened your hair, as It does It so naturally and evenly. You dampen a sponge or soft brush with It and draw thlsithe western side of the Vesle salient through your hair, taking one small j was practically completed; strand at a time; by morning the British have begun a nw wedge-like arav hair disappears, and after an- drive north of the Somme. not far other application or two, your hair becomes beautifully aora. gi"r attractive. Wvoth'a Raae and Sulphur Com pound Is a delightful toilet requiem for those who desire dark hair ana a youthful appearance. It Is not In tended for the cure, mitigation or pre vention of disease. TACGERS CAN SPOT THEIR CUSTOMERS TM'nnv Ana. i Flag-day pnv rooter's for the thoiisand-ond-one ; war charities of England nave ascer tained that their bet flag-sellers are proficient students of physlognamy. As one day in three Is a log day for some charity or another the girn wh' .t.n..n themselves at tho bus- lest street corners to nab all comers make It a rule not lo tackle persons w look as though they won t com. through. , .... According to one of the roost sue ... rrntrcrmfm the man With ' frn. Un't necessarily a tightwad or hard to approach.- On the other hand the man with a certain smile may have a faint something In h a expression to betray him as nickel Plncher and therefore not worth i button-holing for a small ,r,b"'lo,n' The promoters deny that the tag sellers are becamlng timid. On the contrary they have reached the tag selling business to a science, and no . a r ran rf longer waste time nno pie who. their knowiruso - tells them. cant be persuaded come across. faces to Disturbed sleep usually comes from some form of Indigestion. Strenben tbe ktomach and stimulate tbe Ever with course pf Beec1?an)'s : pills -a. . 4U kl - - hat ttsnft Wtwtfa. Notices i Jjollco to tl.o Public, Commencing Kept. 1, 191S, the price of 'meals will be raised fngm 80c to ! anc. BOSTON1 RESTAURANT. U. B. CAFE OREGON CAFE. HONO KONG CAFE. FOUR WEEKS' VICTORY MADE POSSIBLE BY MILLION AMERICANS WITH.THB AMERICAN ARMIES IN FRANCE, Aug. 30. America's mighty effort sending over nSnilon mf n Franceward "was the deciding factor In strengthening aloes' morale, and bringing victory out of defeat on the western front. Beyond question tne Victories of the past four weeks would have been Impossible except for American divisions In the battle line. 'All Europe Is Impressed by the splendid physique, resourcefulness, adaptability, remarkable rapidity. thoroughness of training and magnifi cent fighting qualities in every bat tle.", IRREDUCIBLE PEACE WASHINGTON, Aug. 23'. Hailing the hew manpower bill as a weapon wltk which America will win a com plete and final victory. Senator Lodgo ' outlined the-'Mrreduclble minimum-' peace termo the allies should accept, yhcy included ie restoration of Bel gium; Alsace-Lorraine' to France; restoration of Italia Irredenta to Italy Including Trieste; reestabllshment of Siberia and Rumania afl Independent states: security of Greece; Poland In dependence and Cxecho-Slovak inde pendence. The terms also demand the restora tion of Russian provinces lost through the Brest treaty, the relinquishment of Conslaninople by the Turks, interna tionalization of the Dardanelles- and the elimination of Turkish Influence In Palestine. 1 "Such a victory must be won In side, not outside the German fron tiers." Lodge Is slated tor senate re publican leadership, and, expressed the party's Views. 1 - YANKEES IN RESERVE FOR SUPREME-DRIVE-SOON TO BE STRUCK Americans Not Used in Fortnight, Yet Foe Corn 1 tinues Retreat. NEW YORK. Aug. 2 Marshal Foch'a blows are now falling so fast and so definitely at so many places along the western front that Von Hindenburg Is being entangled In a network of local operations, any one of which threatens to bring about a major disaster to the German army. Yesterday General Byng started work on a salient in the region of Hnnunme: loxt night, sixty miler away. from the Kanaume operations: and all the while the French are conducting squeeie operations at the I-assigny angle midway, between the Somme and the Vesle fronts. American In Reserve. Marshal Foch Is demonstrating a remarkable ability for uniting his see mingly Independent operations and for suddenly uncovering his completed re. suits In one direction, when attention In concentrated elsewhere. Thus a fortnight ago. operations along the Vesle and the British began their Picardy drive, jrhlrh resulted In the recovery of the Montdldler salient, nut mdav. the German positions north of tbe Vesle are again threatened. All the successes during the last fr.rtnlght have been accomplished without the aid of the Amerlcuns. The fi.ct Is the most menacing Hindenburg has to face. If Marshal Foch can do these things without the Americans, That can't he do with them? There I . no answer to this question for the kaiser, except Germany's defeat. Feeder Stuff Has . An Excellent Call In Portland Yards PORTLAND. Aug. SO. Most excel lent demand In the local trade is shown at this time for feeder cattle. Prices are strong and recent offerings have all brought extreme values, quality considered. Extra good feed er stuff has been packing of lnte and there appears to be no doubt that It will bring more money than present quotations it presented within the Im mediate future. All through the rattle trade the trend of the market Is strong at North Portland. Receipts over night In the alleys were limited with values generally maintained. General cattle range: i Prime steers . . l J.G0 4T IS I Good to choice steers... ll.oiKi lj.ns , Medium to good steers.. f.;4ll.nn Fair to medium steers.. 8.7(' 9.75 Common to fnlr steer.. S.iSfr 8.15 Choice cows snd heifers . 9.80 Medium to good cows and j heifers 7.7:. Fait to medium cows and heifers -.?" Cahners 3'r s "n , Bulla ,......i..i.. ' For Rent f! APTS4. AN KfJOMM ALT A APTH. FURNISHED APT. Hamilton Court. HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS. 101 Clay. FOR RENT SLEEPING room, 100 Willow. Phone 48JR. FURNISHED APARTMENTS, In. 401 Aura. close FOR RENT 5 or 9 room house. Br ers' Park on Gear Bt. Phone C44. FOR RENT Nice Phone. 726W. .sleeping roonj' FOR RENT To responsible person. ' piano In good condition. Inquire this office. WHEAT RANCH for tent. 6 miles from town. Address Box 98. Pen dleton, Ore. FOR RENT 3 unfurnished modern 'rooms, cheap. 117 Grange street. - FURNISHED APARTMENTS close In. 777 Thompson. FOR RENT 3 unfurnished; rooms, Apply Mrs. Blanche Swarmon. Riv erside. FOR RENT Six room house. West Webb street, two blocks from school Inquire "M" this office. Architect RAYMOND W. HAT Hi, Architect. De- apaln building, rnone vis. i-enuio-toa, Oregon. Miscellaneous l BUT ALL KINDS of Junk at top prices. Iron and sacks a specialty Pacific Junk Co., J. a Jonas, prop., 1T Cottonwood street. HOPif 3-lb. package of hops deliv ered anywhere In the U. S- by par cel post, prepaid. SI. Address F. M. Morley, Rllverton, Ore. EXPERIENCED YOUNG farmer with family desires position on ranch. Reference C. F. Morse, Halsey. Ore. gon. Why not assume that your next tenant is a reader of the classified and get In touch with him at onceT A majority of classified messages may bs clearly told in less than fifty words. To find, to enjulre or to sell use too. classified- Calves 9.00012.00 Sfo'ckers and feeders ..- .00 g.00 Hog Market Continues Strong At 120.25 tar extreme top quality, he-market for hogs continues strong. This Is the best open market price ever paid along the Pacific cast de spite the fact that Seattle yesterday quoted tops at 20.r0. According to a newspaper of that city no nogs were offered on the open market Wednes day: the only arrivals being contract stuff. According to the ideas of the local trade It Is against the recent rul ing of the government to quote a price for livestock unless such values are actually received upon the open market- It is understood that a pro test against the Seattle quotation will therefore be taken up with the fed eral 'officials. General hog range: Prime mixed 20.no25.2r Medium mixed 19-50W19.S5 Rough heavies i.00 91)19.00 IMgs . 16.75KD18.00 Bulk 20.00 . Mutton Market Favorable. Favorable trend continues In the DOINGS OF THE DUFFS ONCE IS ENOUGH FOR T OM. n And that is Te sEAswne-l AT Tne amc wreL we 1 II u MKeoortvtSo .. f m m i v ii ii 11 i - SAS, HeiErJ.TMe PoSS S06VSESTCO ToPAV THAT Po- CLcmS HAD BETTEB TAKE THlUcJ VAfATlf4 RWHT IT nr- 1 ' Wanted WANTED Good, clean rage, at TM Eaat Oregonlan offloa. WANTED Sewing, phoae 48J-W. WANTED Girl general housework, 1 in family. Wages 125. Write Mrs. T, G. Sinclair, Bonneville, Ore. WANTED-Positlon as bookkeeper. First clasa reference. Address this office. HEMSTITCHINO at the Singer shop. Mall orders promptly attended to. WANTED Woman to work by. hour. Mrs. Ben Trombley, 117 Lewis. Phone 29J. .1 413(121 WANTED-r-To lease wheat or alfalfa farm. Address C- S. Gllon, Cor valllit. Ore. WANTED Small boy with wheel. In' quire Model Cleaners. WANTED Couple of sack packers. Apply Eastern Hide and junK to. WANTED Furnished modern house. Adults only. Phone 711. WANTED To buy several head hogs. 100 to 160 lbs. Call or write Her bert Thompson, Pendleton, Ore. WANTED 6 or 8 room unfurnished house. Address Box t75, Pendle ton. ' EXPERIENCED TRACTOR MAN wants steady work on Holt cater, pillar. Have had 9 years' experience. Addreas G". A." this office. Draymen CALL PENLAND BROS VAN to move your household gooae. isv phone SIS. Also baggage transfer ring and heavy hauling. W. A. MILES, baggaae, transfer and dray age. Office pbone 14 1. Res, 749R, - . Put an end to that delay In renting that house or . apartment through getting your message to the readers! In writing a classified -ad be specltlo. definite. Generalities befog your mes sage. That the Ai.'rtrollan wombat,' a marsupial, shores with mar. and some of the higher apes the distinction of lelng the only animal to possess a oiform appendix? mutton and lamb trade . at North I'dortland with no charge indicated In quotations for the day. Receipts in the local alleys over night were ymlted with an early clean-up of all offerings and prices maintained. General sheep range: Best lambs 1 4.00i 1 5.00 Medium to good Inaihs. 11.00 018.00 Yearlings 1 0.00 i 1 1.7S Wethers 9-0flr 10.50 Ewes 7.00 9.00 BRITISH COLLEGES TO HAVE COURSES m AERONAUTICS LONDON, Aug. 28. Several large Fums of money have been given re cently to English universities for the establishment of professorships In aeronautics. It is announced. The University of London made an announcement Thursday that It pro posed to start almost Immediately systematic work In the science of aer onatutlcs as soon as a suitable ap pointment can be mrfde to the chair. , jwrur SEE Witt MOT-"hpytfT rWfc"? rr wflsADtxtoEOCHAfjfoel j : - .1 v.. nut A k:r '. . AMD VOU MAD well (Jo 6t'E I WH&iXMH OB ANV ' rj AMS CLOTHES Oa I MEAM MEW CUJThES - HOW For SJe FOR SALE 7 head . f good work horse and two wat:ons- Inquire at Dutch Henry Feed Sard. FOR SALE) -Residence property la. west end of town near Hawthorne school. Call at 2t Maple. FOR SALE Complete fanning out fit; also Till lease purchaser my farm for a term of years. - Address P. O. Box 40, Pendleton, Ore. FOR SALE 4-cyllnder Bulck, B-25; has been run only 12,000 miles; good tires. E. B. Aldrlch, East Ore gonlan office. FOR SALE Five-room strictly mod ern house; lot 50x100; will take payments. Phone 61. FOR SALE, CHEAP 3 1-2 Webber wagon. First class condition.' Call at1 A. P. Burgln's blacksmith Shop, 632 Cottonwood street. . ! FOR BALB-l young heifers, coming fresh. Inquire Chas. Adams. No lln. Ore. 1 FOR SALE Saxon Six. 1917 model. Inquire 309 Jane Btreet. FOR SALE--Good Reo car In good condition, 1915 model, tires almost new. Inquire -'B" this office. FOR SALE Modern 6-room house. furnished or unfurnished. Pnone 4 96W. FOR SALE General household goods and two heating stoves, range, sew ing machine. Good condition. 3is V. High. Phone 71 rt. Second-Hand Dealers V. sjtROBLK. dealer In new fno see- mO II n 11 1. B-uua. - tnd hand good a. Cheapeat place to buy nnaetaold aoods. 11 U. Court Phone JIW TIMK CARD ' " " xcetnn-Pendleton Ante Stags Leaves Weston for Pendletou at 7:41 ' a. m. and 13:4 p. m. Leaves Athena for Pendleton at : a. m. and 1:00 p. 1 Leaves Adams for Pendleton at :2 a ! a. m. and 1:3 p. m. Leaves " Pendleton (Allea-Enlgnt Store) for Weston at 1 m. m. and :09 P- m. O- K. McPHERRIN, Driver. Drought in Texas Threatens Industry HOUSTON, Texas, Aug- IS. Re ports from 131 Paso. San Angelo, Brownwood and Amarlllo to the fed eral food administration told of con ditions which, unless Immediately re lieved by rains, threaten to wipe out the breeding grounds of the Texas cattle Industry. L. A. Williams of Amarlllo said his district was barren of vegetation. W. A. Ramsey of El Paso aaid his district had been without rain for a long time and that cattle were being sold for canners and the breed stick dumped on the market. Porter A. Waley of Brownwood de scribed his district os stripped of cat tle and sheep. T- F- Owens of San Angelo told of his district being al most arid. State Food Administrator E. A. eden wired a statement of the con ditions to Washington. The reports sold that cattlement were financially unable to buy feed to carry their stock over the long drought. .Vou meAaJ TH vAiTECd scrr fill. M" UWMuE AriO. THE UaTEL TOOK r- place HAVE MV Mtslt? 4LL MApfe UP viHeat ro Like f J Attorneys "AS'Si W. BATLKT, Attorney at Law. i I, I, I, Despaia Biiuaus, UZOROB W. COrrrTS. Attorney at , Law. Room XI, eiunldt tdoesv - CARTER BIITTHB, Attorneys at i - rio. in at American Na tional Bank Building. WZm FEB, Attorneys at Vm.tr. In Deapala Building. OWN B. L MATOK, Attorney at Lav. Reoxe 14, BmlLb-Crawford .Building. A. NEWBKRRT, Attorney mltb-Crawford Building. PETERSON 4k BISHOP, Attorneys at Law. Rooms and 4, goUUi -Crawford Building. '- JAMBS B. PBRRT. Attorney at Law. Office over Taylor Hardware Cent. Daay. BALBT 4k RALBT, Attorneys at Law. M Office la American National Baak Building. M. A. LOWBLU Attorney and Coanael- lor at law. . uuiee !" -. Auctioneers COL. W. ,F. TOHNKA." Auctioneer, atoesi 1 l"m majtes a specialty ot nnra , and machinery aales. The man aeia you m. o"-y. Leave orai Oregonlan Office. . wairr o cot.vmw n - - , CLUIWICD UlUBMTTOar. Counting stx ordinary words tS) the line and charged br ' the line. Want ads and totals. Rates rr LlM- Flrat Inaertlon, per line 19m Kach add. Inaertlon, per Una e One week (alz- Inaertlons). each Insertion, per line e 1 mo. eaek Inaertlon, per line 4e month contract, each In aertlon, per line i It-month contract, each Inser tion, per line e No ads taken for leaa than lfca Ada taken over the telephone only from East Orsgunlan aub acrlbera and those Hated In the Telephone Directory. Copy muat be In our office not later tbaa l:t o'clock day of publication. DEPTH BOMB EXPLODES ON SHIP, EOUR KILLED ' 19 SEVERELY HURT WASHINGTON". Aug. 23. Four men were killed and 19 eeverei wounded by the explosion of a depth bomb on the United States ahip Ori zaba at sea August 17 the navy to dav announcer. Lleutant-comniander Williamson of New York was killed, American Soldiers Throng English Port AN ENLISH CHANNEL PORT. Aug. 29. This is a city of American soldiers. In prewar days not far from here the German kaiser used to spend an annual holiday, racing yachts, while close by stands the headquarters from where British royalty raced Its boats. Today it's different. Huge guns, dotting the crests of green, grassy hills, other guns hidden away but ready to blaze forth on a second's notice, and numerous allied destroyers would all join enthusiasti cally in a belching roar of gunfire f one of the kaiser's boats should Bhow its nose here now. Back of all these strenuous fortifi cations stands one of the oldest towns in England. It Is a relic of the days of the feudal barons, and a part of the stone wall which surrounded the city then still stands. Thousands of Yankes line tho docks, wniting to board transports for France. At a dock one sees a huge transport from Argentine, unloading horses. Later these will be sent to France. A long line of thousands of Ameri cans marches through the s-reets te the embarkation office to prepare te leave the next day- The Inhabitants here call It the "endless line.-' - Ice Wagons Driven By Husky Maidens INDIANAPOLIS. Ind.. Aug. !9. Girl Ice-wason drivers who swing fifty-pound chunks of Ice out of their wagons and deposit t them at hack doors or In refrigerators with all the ease of mere men are the latest war labor conservat ion development in In dianapolis. Six girls are now serv ing for a bical Ice company. "It worrld be easy If folks didn't Iciowd around us so." explain d one ot the pettlcoaled ice wonien today. Her , complaint was leveled at onlookers who fouiul the Innovation amusing. Give Up Propaganda Dropped From Air, A A . Si Austrian command I ! ... .... . . , , i : m . , ilrt needles, to Buffer whea you eaa at Vienna have ordered the , obllc o, .)., Head- hand over every piece of traKnJa , j . . literature dropped by Italian .airmen ! rhr Powders and rraeve the paia a.4 last Frldav snd threaten severe pun- j aeuraitfta at once, bead someone t ishment for failure to do ao. tlie drug store now for a dime package ! There was a wild scramble In the of Dr. Jameo' Headache Powders, streets for tbe frimphlet w hen they j Don't suffer! In a few momenta Jon 'were dropped, ome sold for as higai will tl line beadathe gone ot as twenty crown. neuralgia fsia. Notices - Notice to Farmer. We will buy t tons alfalfa barf also to tons wheat hay. Phone II. Pen land Bros. Transfer. m poujfD. The following described animate have been taken up by the marshal -of the City of Pendleton, towlt: Brown mare, bold face, I or 3 years old, branded I. TV on left shoulder, weight 900 lbs. . Brown mare about 4 years old. star In forehead, J. V. left shoulder. Bay mare, i or g years old). Drana- - J W . . I aCA I . Old gray horse, Indian : 4rand on ' left stifle, weight aboiu 1100 lbs. If said animals are not claimed by the owners or those entitled to their possession, costs ana expvricw and taken away within ten days from the date hereof. then at 2 o'clock p. m. of the 6th day of Septem ber. 1914, said animals will be sold to . the highest bidder, at public auction, for cash, at thai City pound.' in said '( City of Pendleton, the proceeds of such sale to be applied to the pay- tr.ent of such costs anq expense, oi making sale. Dated this 24th day of August, lilt-,," VAL ROBERTS. ' . City Marshal, IN POUND. : The following described animal lias. "! been taken up by the marshal of the I Cltv of Pendleton, to-wit: I One old black mare, weight about j 1100 lbs., branded R on right shoul der. r If said animal is not claimed fr the owners or those entitled to It possession, costs and expenses Pait and taken away within ten days from the date hereof, then at t o'clock pi m. of he 6th day of September. 11. said animal will be sold to the bnzb- est bidder, at public auction for cash, . ihA ntv Pound, in said City of Pen- idleton. the proceeds of such sals to- be applied to the payment of sucn; costs and expenses of making- sale. Dated this 26th day of August, 191; AL ROBERTS. City Marshal. ' ' Farm Implements THE "NON-SKIP" Weeder geta ail - the weeds the first time over the field. Save one-third the time and . does lots better work. Order now; Pendleton Weeder works. 31 uoraeii- jt at . . - e wood St- IF BACKACHY OR KIDNEYS BOTHER JiAT LESS MEAT ALSO TAKE CLASS OF SALTS RKFORK J-1ATISQ BREAKFAST, i ' f '. Uric acid In meat excites the kid- neys. they become overworked; get sluggish, sche. and. feel like lumps of lead. The urine becomes cloudy: the bladder Is iritated. and you may be obliged to see'k relief two or three i times during the night- When the t kidnevs c)og vou must help them flush I .J- .,.!. -r von 'It be a real sick person shortly. At firs you feel a dull misery In the kid rey region, you suffer from back ache, sick headache, dtxzines, stom ach gets sour, tongue coated and you feel rheumatic twinges when the weather is bad. Eat less meat, drink lota of water: also get from any pharmacist four ounces of Jad Salts; take a table spoonful In a glass of water before breakfast for a few days and your kidneys will then act fine. This fa-, mous salts Is made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, uotnbined with lithia. and has been used for Generations to clean clogged kidneys and stimulate them to normal activ ity, also to neutralize the acid In urine, so It no longer Is a sourcj of lunation, thus ending bladder weak.-r.qss.'- n Jad Salts is Inexpensive, cannot In jure) makes a delightful effervescent llthia-water drink which everyone should take now and then to keep the kidneys clean and active. Drug gists here say they sell lots of Jad Salts to folks who believe In overcom lng kidney trouble while It Is only trouble. ' ' BASFB. ITj, TESTKRDAT'S ; SCORES. National League Chicago l-. Cincinnati 0-4. New york . Brookklyn 9. ( Pittsburg 1-1. St. Louis 0-4. American Leaarue Washlngton 4. New York S. Tou may nave profitable business relations for years to come with some one you will come to know first thro your next classified adt ! (Jet s 10 cent package of pr. 1 J&mea' Headache Powden and don't suffer. When your head aches vou apt a.ll niuMt have relief or you will go wil PAIN .