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DAILY EAST 0 KEG ONI AN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1918. PACK F1VF5 ll Wf ' M I lit Wf Vf UL y- uw m-wmta femJi liyiawfajr. ivy t aAC. p3 PIT-? TH?T7T!? i Get ) The Golden 1 I Gate Grip - V iiiiiiif - .i .i 1 Pound 40c 2J4 Pounds ..90c 5 Pounds.. $1.75 at Con rays ; X) T' 1 11 UZfT" Copyright fgklxnd. 191B The Part that Should, be New If you're driving a used car you ought to; give it a fair show by adding a new battery. ' But be sure the battery j's new. Insist on the Bone Dry Willard with Threaded Rubber ' Insulation, which you know is new when you buy it.' We carry a complete stock of Bone Dry Batteries every one brand new. That's because they are not filled and charged "until .we make them ready for your use. Ask for the free booklet, "196,000 Little Threads," it tells how Bone Dry became possible and why it benefits you. Electric Service Station Cor. Mainand Water Sts. We test, repair and re charge storage batteries, and always carry a full sup ply of battery parts, new batteries and rental batter ies. Testing service is free. IP Columbia College - Hilton, Oregon COUR8ES: ACADKMIC, COMMERCIAL DOMESTIC SCIENCE. KUJCUTION, 1'IANO, VOICE, VIOLIN" AND OIIHESTRA. EX PERT TEACHERS. MUSICAL, CONSERVATORY A SPECIALTY. SPECIAL. ATTENTION TO SHOUT HAND AND TYPEWRITING. "THE SCHOOL THAT IS DIFFERENT" Bend for Catalog and Other Information. H. S. SHA-NGL.E, President. Krliool begins Sept. 23. W. C. HOWARD, Dean. Mrs. John Montgomery and on. tloyd and Thomas, left last evening after a few days', visit here, for their home In Lewistown, Montana. Mrs. Gerald Tuttle and Mrs. Jessie Smith of Imbler, are here as the guests of their sister, Mrs. Rose Campbell. Mrs. Tuttle Is on her way to Walla Walla, where she will spend the winter while her children are at tending school. Mr. arid Mrs. E. F. Gray are here from Seattle. John J. Keen of ' Heppner, la In Pendleton today on business F. D. Webb is here from LswIton, Idaho, today on business. James Harris Is a Pendleton visitor today from Iewiston. C. Barclay of Independence Is in the city today. . Mr. and Mrs. H. X. Drew are reg istered at Iflotel Pendleton. P. a. Oarley of Heppner was here today. . M. O. Smith Is here from Stanfleld today. Mrs. Lj. P. Fraker of Holdman was in the city yesterday. , II. C. Means of Umatilla was here yesterday. ' Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Lewis are In the city from Stan field. ,S A. M. Isaacs is in Pendleton for a few days from his stocjr ranch. Mrs. Roy Bishop and children re' turned yesterday from Portland. Mrs. J. W. M&loney returned yes terday from Portland. Miss Amelia' Closer arrived yester day from Lebanon for a visit with friends here. If. I Lyon returned today to I.a Grande after a day's business vlBlt here. M. O. Beaticamp of Freewater, Is transacting business In Pendleton today. Albert Kroll of Spokane, Is a guest at the St. George. S. C. Ault is a Pendleton visitor for the day from Starbuck, Wash. L. J. O'Harra of Weston, is regis tered at Hotel St. George. G. P. Brown of San Francisco, Is a business visitor In the city for the day. Mrs. R. M. Sawtelle Is expected to arrive today from a vbtit to relatives 'n Independence. Rev. True Wilson, who Is here at tending the Methodist Conference from Washington, D. C, Is registered ul Hotel Pendleton. Miss Margaret Crlm, who will be head of the department of physical training here this year, arrived this morning from Oakland, California. ?lls Ada Decker has returned to the Pendleton Drug Coinpnny after a week's vacation spent at Blnyhum Spiirtps j Mrs. J. E. McMullin w'll return to I Puyton today after a visit her with Airs. A. J McAllister and her sister. Mrs. J K Dunham. Tony Mohr a well known mining man of Pakcr, stopped over a few hours in Pendleton today on his way to Yakima on a business trip. Mrs. W. T. Lamert and datirfl-ter. Miss Alice Lambert, were hero from I'matllla toduy. Miss Lambert will teach at Union this year. Mrs. Mary Cathcart of The Dallos. who has been here for the past: month ut the home of her daughter.- Mrs. M. If. Allen, returned to The Dallea this morning. Miss Katherlne Hoag, head of the department of domestic scieno at the L'endleton high school, arrived todry from her home In Spokane to assume her duties here- Judge J. W. Maloney and son Har old, and J. B. Knight arrived home yesterday evening from an auto trip that extended through western Wash ington and Oregon, taking In Camp Lewis and Portland. WITH THE COLORS News of local Boys in the Ser vlce; Information for T6I De partment Will be Appreciated. - -UP- Get your Order in NOW before you get too busy. The following order blank is for your convenience: Don't Put It Of f Send in Today. Date 1918 East Oregonian Pub. Co., - l'endleton, Oregon. Enclosed find 25c for which please send me your Special 1918 Round-Up Editions postpaid to the fol lowing address : France 7c extra postage; other foreign countries 13c , Name Tost Office. Name of Sender 121 AMERICANS, 72 ITALIANS ESCAPE ARREST IN RUSSIA Refugees From Lands of Bolsheviki Declare Lenine Dead. ' Robert Linsner, woo left. Pendle ton as leader of tha draft contngent which entrained Aagust 27 Is now at Fort McDowell, California, with nine other Umatillacounty boys. The fol lowing lettes"to his mother, Mrs. W. a. Flsherybf 808 West Court street, was written from Angel Island where the troops spend the first few weeks Ir. detention cany preparatory to ar my service. September 1, 1918, Dear Mother: I am writing you a few lines to let you know I am well and having a fine time and I like my camp fine. 1 have been working in the kitchen yes t;rday and today. We all have to do that when we get In camp. We can look over and see San Francisco This Is the only life for a young man. 1 have got my uniform and I think I look fine. This sure is a pretty place but it has been foggy and cloudy ever since I've been here. I don't think we will be here more than two or three weeks. I haven't had to do any drilling yet. We don't do much drilling here. They Just classify us and send us to other camps. Well, Mother, I will have my pic ture taken as soon as I get where I can. I sent my suitcase back and some cards of this camp and I sent John a cigarettte paper holder and ycu give it to him. It is In the suit, case. I sent it by parcel post. ' I sent you a book wmie I wa-s on my road here of the scenery alcng the railroad down here. Tell John and the rest of the folks hello and that I will write soon. Well. Mother, so long. As ever your loving son, ROBERT LINSNER. Angel Island, 3rd Company. ORDERED BACK TOI BIH ATEI ,Y. Lieutenant Hill was summoned back to duty In the aviation corps at Payne field. Miss.. Monday morning, before his furlough had expired. He wired for an extension of time, and instead of getting it ws ordered back immediately. Whether he is to sail for France Immediately, the lieuten ant did not know. Lieutenant Hill met many of his old time friends dur ing his short visit to his home In Athena. Athena Press, ITOM AI'StK" FORD. Austin Ford, who is in the navy, was aboard a warship that convoyed an American transport carrying Am erican soldiers to Siberia. The war ship escorted the transport a portion of the way across the Pacific, then relinquishing the Job to a Japanese war vessel. Ford has been in San Francisco and Los Angeles recently and his ship Is soon leaving for the coast of Mexico for big gun practice He Is enjoying the life, according to a letter to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sawyer, the latter being his sister. glr! said to Dr. Doney, "Thank heav en, hugging and kissing are the earns In French and English." The Y. M. C. A. work was highly praised by Dr. Doney. "I -found It everywhere," he declared. "It was at the port; at the training camp; along the way to the front line; and at the front -line itself. I cannot say too much n Its favor. The hut gives the soldier a chance to forget the ! grlrnywarfare of the trenches. He re laxes and Is again a member of so ciety; he thinks and talks and dreams about home. Then he gets some of the Red Triangle paper and writes to his loved ones." Oregon apples, according to Dr, Doney, are being eaten by the boys In the front line trenches. "Those red cheeked apples," he said, "were so near the enemy trenches that a. soldier could have thrown one to Frits but he didn't." ' He told of the extraordinary feats of the boys. "One of the soldiers crawled on loose gravel he said without making a sound. If yon think this Is easy. Just have your wife try It." Dr. Doney. admires the work of the tanks so much that he says he would like to own one. "I don't know what I would do with it." he said, "but the mechanism. Is so wonderful that should like to have one In my posses sion. You should see them spin nlng around; they make me think of a ballet dancer on one leg that I read about one time." He gave assurance That Germany will be crushingly defeated. 'The French say that the Americans fight like Frenchmen, and all together. French. British and Americans, they are going to win." For CVapmn In the Stomach. If you have ever been doubted up with cramps in your stomach, you win be Interested in the experience of Cmarles Henry. Oswego. X. Y., who sayB: "About four years ago when suffering from cramp in my stomach and bowels, I used Chamberlains Collo and Diarrhoea Remedy. It Is by far the best medicine of the kind I have ever used." Mrs. Klein Recommends Chamber lain's Uniment. I keep a bottle of Chamberlain's Liniment In 'the house at all times. and have used It for years. It will relieve rheumatic pains quicker than anything I ever used. I have also rec ommended It to my neighbors and friends, who have used it successful ly.' writes Mrs. X. M. Klein, Chilli; cothe, Mo. Indigestion. "A few weeks ago I used a bottle of Chamberlains Tablets when I wan having a bad spell of indigestion These tablets strengthened my stom ach and toned up my system gener ally. They are easy to take and most effectual,' writes Mrs. D. 3. Dart, Skaneatele, X. Y. DRINK HOT WATER BEFORE BREAKFAST Says you really feet clean, sweet and fresh inside, and are seldom ill. WATTS CASE TAKES Another atep has been taken In the journey of the Watts case. The latest move is the taking of the case to the Krand jury by District Attorney Kea tor. The case was set for trial in Justice J. H. Parkes' court yesterday afternoon, and when the smoke of mo tions for dismissal. chanRe of plead ings, etc., the nature of which only at tornevs are supposed to understand. had cleared away, the district attor ney made a motion that the case be transferred to the Krafd jury, which was done. This Is the case wherein II. I. Watts of Athena, is accused of a violation of the fishing laws. The first complaint was filed against Mr. Watts In the justice court at Milton some months STOCKHOLM, fept. 7- One nun aKo. In this court n change of venue 1 dred and twenty-one Americans and I waa granted the defendant transferr 72 Italians escaped from the bolshe J tng it to Weston. It was later dis ; vikl and have arrived In Swecien from IrniKsed from the Weston court on mo l Russia. Diplomats In the party said tloo of the plaintiff, and a new com- the bolsheviki planned to arrest them plaint filed in the juMire court of Pen 1 simultaneously with the Ilriflsh but ' dleton. It is the contention of the de I they fled In time from Moscow to 'fense that dismissal of the action in i Finland. ttefugees say Lenine Is Weston is In effect acquita! of the dead. charge. I Will M. Peterson appeared yester- 1 UVNS TAKK IOO miSOXFRS day for Mr. Watts and the state -was IlKICl.lN, Sept. 7. A fttatomcnt to- j represented by It. I. Keator. district day said: NorttmfHt of I-aiigomarrk wo took IOO prisoners and. south of Yprrs) wo rpiilrd KiutH"h attacks. Our rear guard are provoking heavy enemy khch. Aviator siiores.fuy attacked enemy columns rroMKiiig the Somtiio near Uric and St. Christ. attorney, assisted by D. W. Bailey. If you are accustomed to vake up with a coated tongue, foul breath or a dull, dizzy headache; or't If your meals sour and turn into gas and acids, you have a real surprise await ing you. v Tomorrow morning. Immediately upon arising, drink a glass of hot wa ter with a teaspoonful of limestone phosphate In it. This Is intended to first neutralize and (.hen wash out of your stomach, liver, kidneys and 30 feet of Intestine., all the indigestible waste, poisons, sour bile and toxlna, thus cleansing, sweetening and puri fying the entire alimentary canal. Those subject to sick headaches, backache, bilious attacks, const I pa t'on or any form of stomach trouble, are urged to get a quarter pound of Iltrfestone phosphate from the drug store and' begin enjoying this morninR Inside bath. It is said that rien and women who try this become enthusi astic and keep It up daily It is a splendid health measure for it is more Important to keep -clean and pure on the Inside than on the out side, because the skin pores do not absorb Impurities Into the blood, caus ing disease, while the bowel pores do. The principle of bathing ' Inside Is not new, as millions of people prac tice It. Just as hot water and soap cleanse, purify and freshen the skin, so hot water and a teaspoonful or limestone phosphate act on the stom ach, liver, kidneys and bowel. Lime stone phosphate is an Inexpensive white powder and almost tasteless- fill! The party is known who removed the Ore gon State Chiropractic License from the wall at my office. If it is returned, nothing more will be said, but, if not, they will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. Signed, DR. GEO. J. KINZ, Schmidt Building Pendleton, Oregon saysWmersMomol is a wonderful car R. E. Paddock, traveling salesman for the ; Marshall-Wells Hardware Co. in Umatilla and Walla Walla Counties, owns and has driven a : Chalmers 1918 Model car 6000 miles without having spent a cent for repairs. ; ;Mr. Paddock says, "The Chalmers has given me excellent satisfaction and I regard it a, won- i 5 derfulcar." 5 This is the usual verdict of Chalmers owTners.' It is to your interest to see the Chalmers be fore buying. " v .7 IMMEDIATE DELIVERY ; Weston Auto' Co. C. II. XKI.SON, Prop. Temporary Quarters Willi Fencllrton Motor Sales Co., Cor. Cot tonwood ami Water Sta. v ;-ii,- I For cattloc, Summons all the forces and resource of the Republic to the defease of Freedom THE OREGON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE which the United States authorities have ranked as one of the fifteen distinguished institutions of the country for excellence in . military training, has responded to the call. The College is distinguished not only for its military instruction, but Distinguish rd also for Its strong industrial courses fnr men and for women: In Agriculture, Com merer. Knirineeriiig, Fomtry Home Economics, Mtaing, Pharra., iad Vocational fcJucaiion. Its wholesome, purposeful student life. Its democratic college spirit. .,, -' Its successful graduates. Students enrolled last year, 3453; stars on its service flags, H5& over forty percent representing officers. College opens September 23, 1918 mw I Iluttrated Book let, and other iaformatioa write to tbc Rritiatrar, Corwilti, Oragoti BETTER AND SOFTER LIGHT la assured by th. m of torn of the. beauUful flxtqrsa of ours. They alv. a light Vttax illuminates th. room perfectly, but that doe. not Mr or strain th .yea. They ar. aot xp.n atT considering tb.lr .xtra -flclenc7 ud artrs boa at 7. Why not at laast ae. th.m T J. L. VAUGHAN j ?4 fOLLYANNA CAFETERIA x 1 aw m t.w-L' ui w a ax w a Walla. Walla. Wash. WOMEN SUFFER MOST OF ALL From those conditions of the blood and nerves in vhieh the combination treatment, Hood's Sarsaparilla be fore eating and 1'eptirun after eat- inp, gives so much satisfaction at so ! little cost as compared with other I medirines or physicians' fees. 1 These two (Treat medicines are especially effective in eases of physi cal weakness nervous irritability, run-down conditions in which there is iron deficiency. ,Uk your druggist Jorjhein, WIlJ.AMirrTK HKAD TIXI-S. (Continued from pae 1.) Frcnett lunltuaRc were dcsrrihM. "When our hoys p'H 'Over There.' " I cold the irnkcr. 'the French ra I that the "Out OulV and the 'Donne .Vol's' have arrived: for the muni ex. tent of the American soldier". French vocabulary Is 'yea' and 'Rive n e.' Th latter ihrae necessarily much used In the shops, where the newcomer Is obliged to hold out his money after a purchase and let the shop keepei take what he will. And lot me say that only once I saw a shop keeper cheat a soldier and In that case tne shop keeper had spent 10 jears In "New Tork." Th. speaer assured mothers and fathers in the audience that "Johnny" would find a way In spite of the lln- tulstis difficulties, fur one Frtnch PHONE For a TAXI IY TX1S ARE AM, XEW AU Ucenscd Drivers. MY BOOKS ARE 25 RIDES FOR $3.50 Service at H hours. WM. GOEDECKE Happy Iaya Cigar Store. Mr. Live Stockman If you are a producer of less than carload lots of live stock, get your neighbors to join-you In a Com munity shipment. This will put you on the same basis of marketing as the carload fellow and at the same time j'ou will be helping to build up vour home markets. WE CATER TO BOTH LARGE AND SMALL SHIPPERS. Write or wire for prices and Weekly Market letter. Spokane Union Stockyards SrOKANE, WASHINGTON.