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DAILY EAST OREGON! AN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1918.
PACE Tins -i-.Ji-..-. -..'KIJ.K " Buy Thrift Stamps. Will Toh District No. a. Mrs. V. Elizabeth Ilodda has con tracted to teach In district No. 8, I Heteased I Yum Jail. Linos Mathews was released yes terday from the county jail 'upon pay ing a balance C $14 remaining to be paid to complete a fine of 120. keep the" prices of lunches' tho same as formerly. Will lie turn Sunday. Milton Fits Gerald, who a few days ago undorwent a surgical operation at Portland, Is able to leave the hos- pltul and Is expected to arrive In Pen dleton Sunday morning. Ukrainian Itasanta Wipe Out Hnrrlsun itickhulm, Bom. 18. Ukrain ian peasants have wlpul out a Ger man garrison which oi.'ouplc.l Urosi- kuvra, -according- iti a dlsp.Hcli from Hates for l-4 Crow Magazine. 'The American Red Cross magasine Is being offered at reduced rates to Junior Red Cross auxiliaries only. It must be taken In clubs of not less than five, addressed to one person. In this way the price Is $1 a year. ajltle lrl Breaks Arm. ' " Little Jane Bishop,' daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. Itoy Bishop, broke her arm Wednesday and Is now at tit. An thony's hospital She was playing with Elizabeth Stelwer, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stelwer. on the Btelwer lawn on Vincent streut, when he slipped and fell . dlHtrlct for the next six months. The purpose of this Is to onablo the de partment of supplies to purchaso a sufficient. supply at a very lo-v prico. As the, Ked. Cross Is a national organ ization. It wjll not be subject to .the revenue tax. ' Will SCO Walla. Wall I 'alr. , Mr. and Mrs. Fred Earl. Miss Edith JohnHon, Mrs, It. E. Farnsworlh and Ir. 15. o. I'arker went to Walla Walla today to attend the Walla Walla fair. They made the trip by auto. . Says Ills Home Is at Pasco. A boy about 15 years of age was turned ovor to the local police last night by the O. M. P. who found him Is Stanley Hill' and his home Is at M'al Wrestle. T aln Hfhaira hlu t Kass lei aa Innomn tiv. Jr,ir th. hif f nnii I Georgo Sampson of caring for the boy whllo trying to:h",vo bce" matched for a chumpign- eummunlcate with his father. of Pendleton and. Han 'Francisco, Chinaman Is Bettor. Loo Sue, the 69 year old Chinaman v ho was severely Injured In arallroad accident Wednesday, Is Improving and there Is hope of his recovery, lie lost his right arm as the result nf attempt ing to board a moving train. The In Jured man was from Cheyenne and was on his way to China. Will Auction Jerseys A carload of 23 Jerseys, recently purchased In Illllsboro for the farm ers of Hermlston, will be auctioned In Hermlston tomorrow. A local . man will act as auctioneer. At present ship go in Pendleton Tuesday night. Missciit to Hamilton. . A wire was received this morning by C. K. Cranston saying tickets or dered for Happy Canyon had been sent to. Hamilton, Oregon, i The ship ment has been missing and with rhe County Agent M. S. Shrock making "me, 'or Penin Happy Canyon oa ... hand tin Mn w (irri'l i.u ni'.r tho itatiiu records of the pedigrees of the ant male and will take them to Hermlston tomorrow. . ( f::-t New Officers. Mrs. F. E. King was elected pres ident of the Ladles Aid of the Metho Hist church yesterday at a meeting of the society. Mrs. W. J. Stockman was ehosen vice president. Mrs. Geary Kitnhrell, secretary, and Mrs. W. T. Rigby, treasurer. The society decid ed not to serve meals during the Round-Up, owing to the high price of food. afeterla Arter ItmimM'p. The Pendleton high school cafete ria ' will open I mmedlately after -Round-Up, announces Miss Katherlne Hoag. heed of the domestic science department. ., In spite of the Incroasod cost of food etnae last year, Miss Hoag says that an effort wllj be made to Liberty Loan Msaays. Liberty Loan essays by school chil dren should be In the following lengths: Fourth grade, not more than 200 words; fifth and sixth grades, not more than 409 words; seventh and eighth grades, not more than 1000 tL-iriiM hivh MPhnnl not more than 1000 words'. Essays should be written on Number of Canteen Workers Increased nn .trie of the oaper. The time to. The number of Hed Cross canteen he returned has been extended to 8p All Mejiibcrt) Urged to Attend. The officers of the Pendleton Girls' Honor Guard urge that all members of the guard and those otherwise In terested attend the meeting tomorrow nlKht in the council room of the city hail. The annual election of officers will take pluce and other buMness of importance transacted. tember 24, 30 Men IiOcated. Accommodations have been found for 20 of the 60 members of tne Camp Lewis hand, hore during the Hound - Vp. have, been found, leavlnj 0 yet to be located. The committee to look after the band are anxious to nave II of thorn located as soon as pos sible. Anyone able totake care or any of these young men are requcbtod to phone .1008 or 1007. workers for this section Is being In creased from five workers to 5, ac cording to instructions from Seattle headfiuurtcrs. Miss Virginia. Todd, head of the work here, is receiving a number of applicants, Winn PMImate of Tobacco. O. W. Pursell. director of canteen service, having headquarters at Se attle, wrote today to Miss Vrglnla Todd, chairman of the canteen serv ice hero, asking that she send In an estlmute of the quantity and. brands, of tobacco tclgnrettes, cigars ami plug) which will be needed to sur.ply this Class In General scfenoe to lie Formed. H. E. Inlow, principal of the Pen dleton high school, announces that i class In general science will be formed in the near future. This class will be for girl students and will deal with the chemistry of food, as well as phy siology, and first aid. Individuality The very human desire which prompt Mrh man to choose differently from his neighbor is best gratified by selection from the New Fall Stock at BOND BROS. Not in variety alone, bufin the supremacy of style, correctness of quality and modest prices, that's how we satisfy men. BOND CLOTHES . $20.00 to $60.00 BOND BROS. Pendleton Vtmditm Clothier. reni;.to.i Im lecoratetl. Pendleton is in Itound-Up attire to day In anticipation of September 19, 20 und 21. Main street and other principal street of tho city are gay vith pennants und banners, with the patriotic note predominating. Many of . the- business houses arc putting up decorations and preparing for jpeciui window displays for the henelit of' lo cal and out of town eople.. .ScTii-3 or Artifice Coiiiiiiff. The Umatilla County Ited Cross re ceived notice today that a series of newspaper stories will bo sent imme diately fur publication Jn Umatilla county impers for the purpose of showing how the first war fund ol $H,100,UO0as used. A story, accord ing to the plan, will bo rclased each Monday up to ,the time of Uio Decem ber membership lrive, und wlli show the record of achievements in various fields. . ',. Allotment for ClUies Cones. The Umatilla County lted Cross re ceived today from divisional head quarters at tieattle an allotment which requires that five tons of old cloth ing be sent from this chapter for ttei Rian refugees. The allotment for the entire division is 300 tons of the 5000 tons which the chapters all over the United States must raise. T!io Uma tilla chapter sent five tons lust year, when Jim Kstes was appointed as head of the committee. The clothos are for men, women, boys and girls and for Infants, besides a collection f miscel laneous garments. Buy War Saving Stamps. v. ' Qur shQtoiner of Furs is nnusua'ly .attractive this seaspn; because of the distinctive style featur&Tand splendid style values Viow available. " Fur Sets and individual Pieces Rich, lustrous lnyx, foxes, mink, mole, Hudson seal, wolf, kolinsky, beaver, Jap sable, Hudson bay sable, in large throws, new capes, stoles and numer ous fancy scarfs and plum and canteen muffs. RiiIch Aro Given. Durinff a twenty minute assembly at the Pendleton high school this morning Principal H. E. Inlow ex plained under what conditions excuses for tardiness or absence would be ac cepted. Ho stated that no excuse for jrh.Unes? would be questioned and, be- SILK VELOUR ' beautiful fabric for stylish dresses and suits. The best of quality with a permanent silk finish, 40 inches wide. The most practical material to make up be cause it will give the service. Offered in shades of plum, Copen., rose,, navy, white, Hack and brown. Ask to see them. SUEDE GLOVES in grey and mode. These are offered made of best quality goods, self colored stitching and contrasting colors also. We have all sizes. The pair . . . $2.50 SILK POPLIN For a dress that wears well and looks good all the time, be sure to use our Silk Poplin. ' Offered in all the most wanted colors. The yard ... . . . .. . $1.25 BLOUSE SILKS Offering the newest colored stripes, specially for blouses that 'can be washed; 32 inches wide. The yard . . x. $2.23 BOYS ! IF YOU IIAVENT GUESS ED IN OUR . "ROUND-UP GUESS ING" CONTEST, DO IT TOMORROW. ONLY 4 DAYS LEFT. YOU MAY BE THE LUCKY ONE. V i '' r ' ?iJ' ' '''''''' DO OU SAVE OR WASTE ON IGROCERIES? To save doesn't mean to always buy the cheapest 3 When you find it necessary to buy, be sure of article on the market, for often times there is good quality; so there wihbe no waste. GREAT WASTE IN CHEAP GROCERIES. You'll save money, labor and worcy ' by buying -; 1 your GROCERIES at - - - i A 4 . Every Patriotic woman wants to serve in any and . , , , sroSYTfef:ays to in the ALEXANDERS 1 Don't buy any thing you won't use. WHERE QUALITY COUNTS x ' " 2 Don't be wasteful -with what you do buy.;-. Pcndleton'aleadinff .Grocers, i -'T cause the times are abnormal, more! V-low urged that tho students take an .vouM be excused for necessary work. I but each excuse from home must con Uiln the dutc and reason for the ab sence. - lcsides this information Mr. active interest in Mrs. 3. H. Forshuw'si efforts to form sinking clubs. Don't Blame Your Ford - for not starltnii.thse cold mornlncs, because It carTt help it It's Just the nature of the thing.. Overcome this trouble hy having- us-put on t , J ; i '. ' t ( fr, ' T The Standard Ford Starter This starter Is the only successful mechanical Ford starter on the market. It la very simple in operation, being composed of a series of levers which greatly multiply the power delivered to tho starting pedal. A slight push with the foot starts the engine from the sent. Combined with the Standard Btarter la a prim. Ing device for use during cold weather, and we guarantee It to start the motor at the third trial even In the coldest weather. The Standard Starter la entirely different from any other Ford starter you 4miv ever seen, and It undoubtedly Is the best and most practical on thd market, The price Is only one-third the cost of an electric starter and much more reliable. We will In stall It complete for '335.00 Distributors for fCaNtrrn Oregon and Western Idaho. W E WILL HAVE ALL KINDS OF Goohec! land Prepared LUNCH Wrhich will enable you to. get quick meals during Round-Up Week. riease try and get your orders in the first of next week. By so doing you will get better service and it will help us. , ; Our Meat, Fish, Poultry Vegetables Fruit and Groc ery Will be Complete for Saturday Pendleton Trading Co. Suocwwii to CVntral MarkcC TELKPIIONK 455 WE MARS TUB BEST SAUSAGE OS EARTH. r. INirt'iipinc AtcarH. A ItiK porcupine caused considerable : excitement on tho south hill until cap tured this forenoon. The animal was first discovered in the yard of C. P. Strain' home- After being chased about the neighborhood Porky was caged by Ed Cofftyan. .Sin tt 1 1 Accident on Court Street. ln Smiths Kord Is somewhat tmuohed up today a-s the remit of a collision last night when another Ford ran into the Smith car, catching it by the hack hub and turning 'the ma chine around. Heyond a alight shak ing up, no one was hurt. It it it Into Iitrli. H. V. Collins today Is n'lring a broken nose as the result of an auto ' niiibile accident last night, lie and Mrs. Collins and Mr. and Mrs. W. I Thompson were returning last nig tit from Httendlnn the fair at Walla "Wal la, when about four miles from Pen dleton they met another car. ' This car In passing dimmed Its tights so that Mr. Thompson, who was driving, did not see a fruit wagon and team which wus turning to enter a farm lane. The car struck the frut wagon, which was wrecked after which the machine turned on its side near a ditch beskle the road. Mr. Col lins feels that he was tho unfortunate one as he was the only one ot the party injured. MH t.ct flanks Coopcrathm. i;. V. t mm. federal representative of farm records for this stat end I; K. Whelpstmi of the office of farm management at Washington. 1. C- are here in an effort to get the coopera tion of I'mntilla county han';s In pet ttTisr farmers to keep records. Mr. Camn and Mr. Whclpston. avcompan I l b M. S. Shrock, county asirlcnl lnral neent. nill tour the county this week In the interests of the farm reo onls They lelieve that stich records and accounts will assist the depart ment of agriculture, the far-ners and the banks. Such reports. in their opinion, will also aid In determining Income taxes. The system has been Introduced In some of the northern and mestern slates but not to any great extent In Oregon. TI1E TRUTH ABOUT CANDY: Shall the Candy Factories Survive? 1 The candy industry normally is using 8 per cent or les of all the sugar used in the United Statet? at present about 4 per cent. t. That is small very email, considering the Importance of the in; dustry. Candy making is the thirty-eighth largest industry In the United States. , (1 Over 11 a, 000, 000 are Invested. , t ' Over a hundred thousand peoplemostly women make 'their living from It. That candy Is a food has been firmly established by scientists ami chemists and physicians and proven out by men in the trenches an in tho c:imps -on ult forma ot heavy work where bodily fuel is needed. The candy manufacturers have willingly given up half of thete sugar, and will go to any length to help win the war. On the other hand, the voice of reason tells us that It Is not a part of the government's program to suspend "any Industry, unless it Is absolutely necessary especially when it la recognised that that Indus try is making an established food product. If people do not take their allotment of sugar In candy form, they take it in other forms in coffee or tea, on fruit, etc. It Is largely a matter of tasto. but we all know that the human system needs some sugar. ..- So conserve on sugar, hut recognize candy a one way to enjoy that portion of sugar which the Food Administration allots us In America. riease recognize that out of 81 pounds of su-ar used anntmlly per capita in this couniry, less than 7 pounds got-s Into candy mak ing nornutll. Today the candy industry allotment h:" been cnt to half of that 7 iH.unds, or 4 per cent of the-total amount of s'tar tti.e l in the United States. Yet candy is plainly and fully established as a fod Y-Miu-rt. We claim the tnustry and the product has a rutht to U.e. If cverone in his home will save a little sugar ther-. tb rsrdy industry can survive, because thrre will be enough khphi rr . r""Hl Administration to spare the candy maker. S:i-.c s.'ine sugar in the home and use some of yor t-115.tr nl.w. ance in the form of wholesome, nourishing cun t ' In normal times the candv Industry us-s oji' of the sugar used per capita In this country. lt this amount has been cut squarely in two. The Candy Manufacturers of Oregon