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ROS. aROCERY CO.
am v m. .
Two Thoncs 2S
..23 Main St.
Of your love for a free country and the
liberty of humanity is in buying a Bond
of the Fourth Liberty Loan.
For sale at ..; A il42
- Pendleton, Oregon
"Strongest Bank in ,-,.
Castera Oregon." ' 'J3 i
IREGORO MM FOR.
MWJM IS SET
Two Days' of Fighting
Through Plains of Sharon
- Covers 50 Miles.
HT J. W. T. MASON,
f t'nlted Vrr War Expert.)
NEW YOK1C. Sept. 4, General
Allenbv's remsrkabl advance
through, ih plains . of j Sharon U
Nasareth hu covered bO mitt In two
,1m fiiihtlixg which Is the record tor
IiIm pmnit war. The Brltih are
I now within & utile, of Htuiiascus,
the capture of which ia certain If tha
present disintegration of Turkish
forces la continued. - Once at lama--cu
Allenl'X eaii begin to make plana
for uniting hi own force with those
of the British army In Mesopltaiula,
which la working ite way northwest
ward along the Kuphrates river. This
army haa as tta objective tha capture
of Alepho, where the Constantinople
railway Join! the Bagdad and UMma
From Damascua Allenby too will
advance toward Alepho. It will be
possible for him to get In touch with
the British Menopfamian operations
Immediately at Iamaacua by the use
of cavalry. The Arabian desert Which
now separatee Allenby'a force from
the Mesolatamlan expedition loaea
Ita density north of Damaacua., per
mining th two British armies to
unite under a single atrateglo direc
tion for approach at Aleppo. Allen
by Is now less than S00 miles from
Alespho and ha covered halt th dis
tance from Sues to that major Tur
kish railway center. '
With th British armies la posses
ston of Alepho the nearest port of
Alexandre!! will certainly be seized.
Thereafter a. major campaign may
begin for the capture of Constantinople.
aM. "He clearly wanted to antli'l
p!e the other mcmlier. of Mi en
tente. . ;
"Hp always wanted to l the ar
biter of the world. Kven lit neutral
ity was an assumed role, and he Is
now striving to keep up the role. I
do not esy he Is timere, put. there
are cases in AnierUw-ov, history. In
which vAnieric herself violate the
14 indole he formitlrtts.
M Una III llol.l. .
'lTeof that, the entente fear the
effects of the proposal on the jpaclf-
hlch I'ramler t-'lem.ojceau and Bal-:
four spoke. it -would serve rin pur
pose to reply to tdelr speeches,
"There was compbf agreement
between Germany and Austrla-lltm
gary In regard to the dlnpatch of the
note. . , '
. 'The Hlndgnhurg line ' will ttnM.
but we must neglect nothing tjnat.wlll
bring peace nearer. v ' '
Is asssred by th as of som
of tbsee reaaJful fixture of
aura. They giv s light that
Illuminate th room perfectly,
but that doe not tir or strata
th area. ,T.hey are sot axpeB
te osasldsrlng their extra mt
rideacr and ertra beauty. .Way
at least a Uuai ' w
7. LL yAUGHAN
KAISER IS LIBERAL,
IRON CROS GIVEN
, OUT IS JOB LOTS
PATII3. Sept. . According to L'
Eclair, Kmperor WlUlam of Oermany
haa been extremely profuse In his be
stowal of th Iron cross. LKclair
points out that he haa found 161
grinces to honor with the highest Ger
man decoration:'? generals, twenty
six other high dignitaries and 61,J8
Germane of th.eMral -etaff. m The
number of private soldier honored
with Ui decoration la but 4.743. Be
sides. 1!.45 non-commiasloned offi
cers have received It - The number In
the aviation service reaches 3,934 ; in
th navy, 4,62; in th medical ser
vice, 1,0H: chaplains, , eighty four.
and members of the army service
AU these were of the first class.
The number of Iron crosses of the
aecpnd class reaches many hundred
FOR 'ULL SHIFT
rOlnXAXD. Sept. ; S5. Holler,
makers of Viticouvef, Wash., unani
mously voted to work a ful shift Katur
day under th Macy green.ent des
pite any action that' may be taken by
the Portland local ef th union. This
affects between 250 and Sto men.
most of whom ara employed In the
steel ship yard of th O. M- Stan
difer Construction corporation.
Joe Beed, International orsanlser of
the Bollermakere union. Informed the
Vancouver local that It. could take ac
tion aa Is pleased In th matter Its
charter being entirely separata from
that of th Portland orit no bullion. Ac
cordingly tha men voted ( stay on
the Job all day ftaturday.
According to need, wnrd lias -been
sent from the International head
quarters of th bollermakere that the
Saturday half day walkout la In viola
tlon of the Macy agreement At the
Portland headquarter of tn Boiler
makers It waa said no such word had
been received ther. . " . ,v
As regards Portland, th situation
remain unchanged. Boilermakers
will not work Saturday afternoon, ac
cording to present plans. Xo word
has been received by Federal "Wage
Rxamtner Richard W. Montagu as to
action that may be taken by the Macy
board or by the government,,
SOLDIERS' LETTERS TO
CATCH FIRST TRAIN
TO -FOLKS AT HOME"
ItX-i..ltH WAK ON IICN
LONDON, Aug. 1. (By mail.)-r
One town In the British Jslea Is.
technically, still at peso wlta th
rentrs.1 now-ers. It Is Berwlck-on-
Tweed, a city on th North rta coast
half in England, half In ricotland,
through which runs the boundary
line of the 'River Tweed.
Under the British constitution,
Berwick must Issue a separste de.
clarallnn when the British govern
ment announces hostilities. It haa
Just been discovered that Berwick
waaoverlooked in the declaration oi
August 4. 1914. At the sain lime
It wss realised that Berwick la. tech
nically, still st war with Busala. hay
ing forgotten to proclaim peace ai
the end of the Crimean war In 1S5
Iu turn realise fjiat tlx higtn- lrUw ti the 'ortiiwe4 are -v
U-Utc lHd l"T Mu k at lite
Spokane Union Stockyards
Sate ymir-r frcttlt and etra feeding rharge liv sending
H-ur 4 atie, Mm-f and llxgs to our tttmunarkft and at the
I mum um i,uadnig ai xir bal ntarkit KMf. . .
, (I o k-M ttis a fwrttisd lut, uul Willi four IM-lgli-
four and ati a (tumunily tr.
ttrtta fur or ilr Market letter with Quotations.
Spok&ne Union Stockyards
m iiun w. hasty
AM8TEFIDAM, 8ett. 27. Baron
! Burlan. Austrian foreign minister, in
a statement to the Berlin newspapera,
' declared he was not surprised at the
allies' reception of the Austrian pro
posat, but that nothing should be
, neglected to l.rlng peace nearer.
I 'The rapidity with which President
Wilson replied Is remarkable," he
PAHia. Aug. 1. Py mall )
Hereafter American soldiers' letters
will. catch the first train out of "an
Atlantc port" that's headed toward
the "folks back home.'"
Instead of lying hours or days in
the American port while being sorted
and distributed fhto sacks and trains,
expeditionary force malt now ajoca
direct from the ship to the, right
trains. To eliminate every minute
of unnecessary delay to soldiers' mail
from the time' It la dropped Into tha
mailbox In France until It I placed
In the eager hands of the "folks.
the postal service, has Just .Inaugur
ated a new method of handling sol
dier- mail- " i-aH
Previously th letters were stacked
up In a base port in' Prance and put
upon t he first outgoing ship. - and
sorted in New York. ' K'ow the mail
Is sorted, distributed, thrown Into the
right aarka and routed while waiting
fur a sailing. u
Perfecting of thla system follows
completion of a base port of a big
mail terminal similar to those tn the
greater American cities. To this ter
minal Is sent nearly alt of the mall
from the expedition. Eighty experi
enced mall clerks from th Vnlted
rltates sort the letters, each . clerk
handling th mall for a section of th
country with whlca h-is familiar.
Tha postal service eapects to gave
from five to twenty hours on each
letter by the innovation.
SOX OP ROIIFHT RHfl, . ,
NtVJ.lKT, m xnxKn
TOrtOSTO, Pept- 26. -Ueut. Rob
ert Barr, only son of the hit Bobert
Harr, Canadian novelist, wM wrote
under the name "l.uke Bharpe," waa
killed In action In Franca, August 17,
according to word received here.
Come' ffere--Get Foot Comfort
If your feet hurt, if you have, corns, bunions, callouses, weak arches, flat
foot, weak ankles or other foot trouble, this ia good news for you. '
Foot Comfort Specialist
i-ill be inThis Store
October 1st. and 2nd.
to examine feet, diagnose the trouble,,
explain the cause-. 'and demonstrate
the .positive . mechanical corrective
FREE OF ALL CHARGE
He is an expert, having been train
ed personally by Dr. Wm. M. Scholl,
the recognized foot authority, and he
can unfailingly show you how to gain
: ,. t
"Eases the Feet" -
' J Trice $2.50 Per Pair. V
Supports tha weak
ened arch, or1d.ea th
weight frem heel to
ball 'of foot, 'gives litter
comfort. Springy 1 and
close (ittlng. Worn la'
your Wdlnary- shoe.
Improves foot appear.
Absolute Foot Comfort
Think of 'that. .Think of. going
through day after day without know
ing you have feet Let this expert
show you that it is not a dream but
an easily attained realty, v
I V : im s'imii's
I -F " "S Bunion
I rn-li IVOc
lc l S.lc
Come to this'store Tuesday, or some daywhile the -expert is still here.
There is no charge whatever for his 'services. Everybody is welcome, Be sure
We ara author
7 Incorporated . Zf. J
Vmett torn ercr
had la eallinc
yoas aot a W.
8. S. tn hla
P. 1. ItOOSCTfXT
A-xMant Secretary of Nary 1U of
1-neuuMHila iwvelo)ed . on Klilp
With (JUirr laws. . .
WASHINGTON, ftept., J7 Assist.
ant Kecretary of the Navy Franklin
D. Boosevelt, whose return from
Kurope. where he was several weeks
on official business, was announced
yesterday afternoon, came homo. 111.
He was taken to the home ef hla
mother, Mrs. James KooseVelt,' No.
47 Kast (5th street. Mrs. Koosavelt
said last evening hla physician- pro.
nnunced the aliment a lUht attack
of pneumonia but his condition was
favorsble for early recovery.
It waa learned from government
officials that Mr. Roosevelt contract.
ed Rpanlah Influenza on Die vuliil
home and It developed !i)'b pnaurtio- I
nla. They agreed his cunglilon was
not serious, tteveral other cva of'ln
fluensa developed on .the same chip.
Mr. Boosevelt was reported htst
night aa resting comfortably by pre. I
Albert, H, My and John W. Jjreiier.
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Dentistry ' ; ,
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r fltog4rt4 aa4 Oftf MMt '
r'N. Rye aaianlirtaallf
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km-um MaUoaaJ1 Haah r"'1"
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rtiroal and Nervous russase and
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3 " . S
j Easily Pulls
I 50 Overload
The Model D DATES STEEL MULE it a
three-plow tractor with a big overload capa
city. Such provision has been made for power
and traction that, under favorable conditions,
it pulls nix fourteen-inch plows over six Inches
deep. Thin has been done on numerous occa-
sions when giving it dynamometer' tests. 5
Baaed In sunti pel foi insii.s It la conservative to aay thai th !
Mudnl I will pull a lb pr cent earioad In emaigenotes, silts
pulling th load It is built for, 1, ., this plow any depltb
3 DISTINCT REASONS
Th power of Ilia M"ii-I Is due I tlire. fealur of eoa.
Strueiion: r"lrst, sn rrficient valve ln-hesd motor; wLnd(
rullnr bearing. tiansitiisMutii and third, double trawler gup.
Dri David Dennett HHJ
Dr. Tom O. Pal'cy -
fadd liulldlftg, fendlcum, tnrim.
Oregon Motor Garao
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