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TEN PACES -- - DAILY EAST OTtEnONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1019. pAontnnra re Win Touch at rVrwdalo. ' Mr. Iluth I. tlreen has signed a contract la teaeh nt tha Korndal acbool ner Frcewater. Bohanl Olu In rtMrict No. 4. Hchool In district No. 4 near 11 Int Itock ha opened wllh Cora M? Warner a teacher. Taken to 1IonIUU. . Kd Chapman. Indian from (he Umatilla renervaton. was cummlttea to the State Hospital yesterday. , Ituya New llutinnliln The Leucr Auto t'o. reports the ale of a new Hupmobllo car to V. J. Jackson of Athena. W III Attend Issnce. Pendleton people are planning to attend dances at Butter Creek and Weston this evening-. Peveral auto parties are being made up. Work Marts on Pavlna. Work started yesterday on the ftavlnr of Uarfleld street, between Haley and Jackson. This In the last At the street paving In Pendleton fur, the "duration of the war." I.llUa Ham Dlcw. Little Donald Earl, th I months old son of Mr. aad M Charles N. Early, died last nltht of cholera Infantum. The child will be taken today to Hood River for burial. permit to Build tshed. W. 11. Oeorge. tot Market street. has been (ranted a permit from the office of the city recorder to build a shed at a cost of $60. To Knlw Tank Kervh-e, William Prall, with the E. L. Smith Co. for many years. Is leaving for 8e- attle. where he will enlist for the tank service In the I'nlted Htate ar my. Mrs. Trail Is nursing In Walla Walla. : a nocks. J, J. llsmlvy and Leonard Nichols returned yesterday from a shooting trip In the Hermtaton neighborhood. They got 21 birds, of the Mallard and bullneck variety. They report that th duck shooting Is excellent. lieutenant Hem. Lieutenant IJoyd Perkins was In Pendleton yesterday visiting friend on his way to Pullman, Washington. whore he will take a position as mill' tnry Instructor In Washington (Hat Collegn, lio received his commission at the 1'resldlo, California. IMx-rce Cirant llvorcn. JihIko u., VV. Phelps has signed a decree grunting a divorce to Mary . Wiirner from her husliand, Wil liam Wagner. H. 1. Peterson waa at torney for plaint iff. Illniil import Approved. XfQ final report of B. D. Peterson anjiiinietraior or ine estate oi oancr A. Msrkey has been filed and approv ed and order Issued dismissing th administrator- Orders In INimagn laae. Judge 11. W. Phelps has Issued an order In the case of Howard Frank lin vs. Ilnino Weber, giving th de fendant until October 6th to prepare and file motion for a new trial, and until October joth In which to pre pare and file a bill of exception. Kim cm Promissory Note, Will M. Petepon I th plilntlff In an action against PJ. M. Ackerman wherein h asks for Judgment for $1110 with $50 attorney fees, alleged to be due upon a promissory not glv. en by the defendant. Homer 1. Watts Is attorney for plaintiff. Hue on Promissory Note. Bessie Home Is the plaintiff In an action In the circuit court against W. C. Nay and wife and Koy Horn to collect $700 and Interest from No vember . 117, alleged to be du on a promissory note, with attorney feea at $76. flaky Haley are at torney for plaintiff. Miss llaker. The two new employes succeed Hterllng Patterson, who left today to enter ". A, T. C. aft O. A. .'. and Walter Hnyder, who loaves With his parents for Corvallia, Has Tonsils Homtwed. l'avld Horn, the son of Ry Horn, wss operated upon for tonslla at Ht, Anthonys hospital this morning. Mr. M4'nt'lieun Here. Mrs. Walter McOitcheon, of No lln, la at Ht Anthony s hospital recov ering after an operation which was Performed yesterday. llss operation. Frits Htrauch. who Is employed at llnhbach's hskery, whs operated up on this morning at St. Anthony's hos pital for tonsils. Chnmtato War Map Appear. The Ielta Confectionary Is showing In Its window a war map of France and Uermany, made f powdered chit colate. Karneet Morris, proprietor, hopes to show the advance of our ar mies by this map and has marked th various towns of Importance. Ijravo for CorvalMs, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Hnyder and son Walter Hnyder, will leave tomorrow for Corvallls, where Hev. Hnyder will be pastdr of the Presbyterian church They are going by way of Wallula. Hev. Hnyder' successor In the Pen dleton pulpit has not yet I cen announced. Four IJradualca Teax-h. Four rndleton girls who were graduate of the 1 1 4 class of the Pendleton high school are now teach ing In th Htanfleld high school. The girls who went through high aoool together and who are now asaoclsted together as faculty members are Mis Alice Hudson, Mies l-ura Jerard. Mlsa Edna Karl and Miss afary Johns. Arc Xow f-:miloyr. Miss (Jrsce llaker. of Htanflelfl. ar rived last night to take up her duties ss an employ In Fraxier'a book atore. Miss llaker Is a sister of Mrs. Drover Iieenaln of thia city. Hichard Htmla. IK-I,atnnr la CaiMaln. C. teLteur, who has been serving in the capacity of lieutenant of Com pany A. t'matilla County Guard, ass elected captain last night. He will appoint a lieutenant. The company will have an Important meeting next Tuesdsy night and all members are urged to be present. Riven Itootn for lied Cross Work. Th Current Literature Club at Its meeting yesterday afternoon went on record as being glad to give up Its club room In th county library for Tied Cross work until after the war. For this reason meetings of the club will be held at the residences of mem bers of the club. Advisory Hoard Mcx-t at A. M. One of the busiest plsces In Pendle ton Is at the city hall where the legal of Pendleton, will act a. assistant to;T)5 mocU m 'j lj .' Li l i !, r ." 11 i, morning, and U In sesaion the entire any. h.v?rx man ) civrn legal aa- Buy Liberty Bonds TODAY TODAY The. (wninalga of llss lliMirlh Liberty I'mn Is In pmgreaa. TIm rrwilt imT llw loss Mill nU4ird with krm liiu-m.1 In hMnum not only by our asMK't aara In war against tlte IViibHilo jwwm but by our . rmrenlr. It will las regarded by Ux-tn aa a goraMira vf lite Anenrusw x.- u1rt of tlte war. Tlie loan will be trt of IIm loyally and willing ana of llw I'nllrd hum in maka aworirkv awn. rrd wllll Use wlllliucitoa of our boMhvs to du tlirir lrt- TlK-rr must and will no failure by llw le to smiMin mi la IIhb urage and dciuirun of our awn In r-urolw. Mauy of llu-m hat given up UM-lr llri ktiall ww at tumtn wlililxtld our man-tT MuUI w jam twr dollars wliUo Uny si "are nut tlM'lr Urn? Ituy HiMida HOW. This apse contributed for the winning of th war by BOND BROS. rAdkour' leading; Clothlera, 7"" 7" vise for Tilling out his questionnaire without charge. The ln.st nuestion nalrea for the first lr.on helug sent out for the registration of H4piomber 12th are being matted today. Noeral Inquiries. Niiitierous Inriuirics are couilng to t. K. HMweveltt secretary of. the 1'inatllla (N.utity Hed Cr.MS, con cernlng the nurses training rourse to Ih given here by Mrs. K. W. flood sle, registered nurse. A meeting of sll those Interested will be held Mon day evening st 7:30 o'cl.K-k on the third fliH,r of the federal building. Those who have signified n Inten tion of entering the course, ahlch Is in 1G lessons, are Mlsa Antoinette tirlndraux. Mrs. Dsvid Hill, Mrs. leorge llartmsn, Mrs. N. Ik I'srke. Miss Klsle Fltitnaurlre, Mims t'lsire Haley. Miss Kdlth Parker, Mrs. liuy Johnson. The clsss will tie liiniled to zo members. Ulrla la Charge or twfi'terMi. The Pendleton high erhool cafeteria which oeried this week. Is 111 chsrse of the cafeteria class, under the direc tion of Miss Kstherina Hosg, head of the department of domestic science. The girls, who plan the meals, super vlst the cafeteria and keep the ac count of expendituree and receipts as a part of their training are Miss Ina Hullock, Miss Evelyn Mortimer, Miss Vermes lisker, Mlsa Ruth Normsn, and Misa Floasia Hartley. Ho fur the average number who take lunch at the cafeteria la 10 a day, hirlt Miss ll.ag sals is especially good for early fall and which may be taken as an In dication of a still larger number when the weather Is stormy. No advance In prices has been mad in last year. Don't Blame Your Ford (or not starling these oold mornings, because it can't help It Its just that nature of lb thing. Over coin tlii Iroubl by ha v. leg u put on The Standard Ford Starter This starter la th only successful mechsnlcal Ford starter on th market. It I very Mm ln In operation, being composed of aerlea of lever which greatly multiply the power delivered la th starling pedal. A slight push with lbs foot sisrls the ens Ine from the scat. Combined wllh the tfiendard Htarter la a prun ing devloa for us durtug cold weslher, and as guar ante It to tart the molor at the third trial even In th coldest wsathar. Th Hiandard Htarter la entirely different from any other rord tartar you hava aver even, and It undoubtedly la the beet and mHd practical on tka market. Tha prlne la only one-third th oet of an electric starter and much mora rslisbl. W will In stall It coinplrl fur 335.00 Itrtdr1tto4r fur KMrn Oregon tutd W Idaho. IUnI hi-tMta t tlriur. A new rrviV of thtr H1 CrM I ih wtndiiic ttt iwjipr clipping rviardliig mm In tha aarvica to iha .arrnta ut tha ctoldlrr r alor man tlmifd. hmertry i'- K. liwiacvalt r.v$4 today frum Ilia nmhvf( hradiuartra at la clifpltiga ra- larding flva I niMtilla county man now In iwTvU'a. lilrh ha will and to ta para tit a, thmm nirtitnd ara Wrgwittit uruvar Flyd tf H 11. won iat 4'miip jFmi; gSaraaant Holland M. jTwsadK t U'atun, h anliatcd la jtha c lu) ' toluntear rrnvniry and I la now ml 4 "amp Iognn. Tia; Ian ! llarprr, mm ttt Mr. and Mn, Al- lrt llurpr of rwi.ir, now nt Camp lewi; l-dtkard It- Phmw. ami of Mr. and Mra, K. K- Khaw of ftr mlfttoii, who im alu at f'amp laalni, and Juy siupiird, an of Mr. and Mia. !(y i-hviNird, who la In lh tiu-d. Km frU'a mt fan I'rdro, I ullftiiita. Hat ralriiaa ltatrd. Mn. f. K l-wiiil of I'andlrion, h a rMord f trl(4ie aamlra wliirh khoati ihMt during tha pl )rar aha wrota lut cttra to men In lha army Niid navy; a tit J imikmu'. and & pillow TH nirii hut gun to tv-ty CHthp Itt Iht In It 4 Hlic, nd to forwUn untrla aa tHiota aa M- TO INCREASE YOUR STRENGTH I'oaer am! enliirani- you wa t ft litiU Ilia new medicinal r.Htiliiuslion, IIomI's Ksrsaarilla In-fore eating ami l'i-.tn.io alicr ealins, lo be re msrksl.lv, even womlcrf n 1 1 r rlfti-llve. 1 liere is iK.jliinr U-llcr fir wrakcutMl, M run-4io'Q r4.nuiiioita. , Have Vm IWmglit Your 41 h IJlNity IUmmIs Vet? ln It toiler. Ifcwi'l HHay. r" T morrow nai4 Itny 4th Mhrrty llonda. BABY MUST HAVE THE PROPER CI)THES, it must be just so to insure its absolute comfort and happiness. e have made special effort to supply the little ones with the needed things, at savings that will prove of profound inter est to mothers. . . , . Long dresses and skirts, nainsook and lawn, lace and era- . . ,? broidery trimmed 75c to $ft.95. ; ' .Kff Iong Hannel Gertrude Skirt with embroidered spray and Op scalloped $1.5 to $2.50. f. Flannelette Wrappers embroidered in pink and blue nlv bon trimmed, 75c to $2.50. t Japanese Comfort of Jap silk and satin m many different designs $5.95. Infants' Shirts of cotton, merino, silk and wool and pure , silk, priced according to quality, 50c to $2.50. Vanta Binders, buttonless, 50c Sleeping Bags with draw strings $1.20. MS OUR ART DEPT. is on the Balcony to the left of Ready-to-Wear section. We specialize on every thing pertaining to art goods, needlework, draperies and home furnishings. We call special attention to NEW CRETONNES of the latest allover and striped effects in all the most attractive shades suit able for any room in the home. See them efore you get new drapes, let us figure with you. The yard 25c to $1.25. KNITTING YARNS A big stock on hand, all colors, all kinds; Come here for yarns. Vicuna G. Town Shetland Knitting Worsted ..Also Regular Knitting Yarn in Khaki, Grey, Blue. BUCILLA PERLE KNIT- TING COTTON SiKfcially for 6ilken sweat ers, capes and slipovers, of fered in all wanted shades. Just what every one wants and many are using. Have you seen it? If not ask to see it. Comes in balls and has a jermanent silk finish. Iong yardage. Best quality. Ball 30c UNENS Unrns of all kinds, 18, 2, 22, 21, 3(5, 45, 54 inches w itle. Kinds, brown crash, half bleached, round thread, ma deria, etc. If you need lin en for fancy work come here. We can give you what you want. The yard, priced right. Wbmoift aItUetcUyenes T ONfEN pUt a most Import! eel ta tha I VV afairs of tha world. It I not only law rlrLlar to repreeeat th blfbettjjp of, beasty it tbair doty to do ao -Man admlrs woeosa who an attract! es mestslly a wall a physically. Cnwimai and amiability ar nttractlra. Add baaatrotbaM and woman I h-rssUtibU-T Th Dower that mora th worldh 1 of womanly attractivco. It has bean this way since tb world began. 60 It wss In th day of fair Halaa of Troy, bo It Is today. 60 it will alwan ba. alway How ta aootrlt and retain beanrJf o eatnna. ha complexaoo, now to o ense, 10 mil entranciogly, to walk or danoa Bm S .J 14. I Xsar In I X - aV V'( : i3 -T or bom Vi f I s . 1v. V " - H 11 if in ifjt g w e 11 ik t i 1 m n d 1 s 11 - m 1 m 1 ' m v x . .. weU hair, teeth f JL? tl'sIX A I I'.U on ar cared lor,' V.l : - e I"V'I I I J Indigent ear. 7. f '.V' V i'U Z fTl W ' U i m ite 'MsfriuiyL vwa-x n thaorrealoto , , W ..ttf 'I 'I.? .Ji-iTV( V fil. ' ! IVY'iiV ' ,. Xll V,' . U l. FroM-LaodOnets 7 I CTacefally, to appear generally to advanou eu Of imsa are wesu vary woman', ainccr. sttenuon. dvanrare aU of tbea ara worthy of f: Ne matter bow aad compWI a matronly verrtim. Aad yet. wits nytyptof nf o regain it and maintain 1st life. To keep tha Crtsrt Toothful It designer, tor no corset it better than its designer', personal conception of beauty. On hi. arns of beauty depend th figure of the woman who wear ine cor. St. ha conceive. All Modart Corset are front-laced. They ara cooeaived T 'C" fd fntt dtngmrr in th world. They bavesassot sdiustmsnt. They ar pot on add o rssdily. 1 her are no heavy aieeU In th bark ta mr gown or suit boa. Instead of the heavy steels used by most maker. light nesibla steal thst wiU not take s petma amt bsod Is used. Th finest fabric ar also emplorsd, so tnal every Medsrt Corset retain its shape until worn out. Remember that tk corset thst won t keep It. ahap, ron't keep roue. Modsrts keep their snip. There la a Modart for very type of ngw. AH Modart. ar fronl-laeed, Lot asars Tutt mn ml Modsna. Th Modsrt label i. nsi in avary genuuic Mwiart Const. Ham lo Qet t 'Properly Fitted Cartel THE only real way a. get a as up riy fined corset is to get thsadvie cf a trained corseusrs ia a drranmimt rr soqujc'i specisirj ttoe. Thee, corsstieree wiU ad vies aad fit yon with Modart Corset tea of charge- Whoa yoa consult them ywn youneif nnoer no obogsuon sosy ae wonderful yo boa to parciiass. Do thia Sods ss with roar itm improvement a Modan Corsst aaaaa ia your figara. U1 $.-.50 TO $15.00 0tm' -da r n ' A ti LIBERTY LOAN rilMI) WOOLENS hots of new plaids in every' shade you can imag-" ine in combination. Suitable for skirts and dresses. See them. The yard 75c to $4.50 GREY WOOLENS of Vigoreaux, Trench Serge, Epingle, Repp, Tricotine and Gabardine. These you will find the most popular weaves and too, grey in all shades are very etyli.sh this season. The yard $I.(I to $UK). ALADDIN SOAP The only satisfactory "Dye Soajr" that made. Of. fen d in all khade, fri hi-n up collar, waij-U anl drerss eu in any hhadc you wish. The cake 10c i. le Kllt. I The ,.)..! .r Ml.. .sl.l.l.jb.s h I t ...1,1 i. r a snd sailors a ho I " i. .,(,.1,1,., -r alio ! lend l,. utile t.. tlicm. "t lb a fcages I. Hum UMIc lairrliaV. allam Kr. d l.i.-uall-n l 'ii.iilla coutit) iiish. who l Mi in-.! si e. . the t'wt has It from fifty' rial,i.. kiii.s f his ei-.-il-tu 111 rlfo-two nm ks.s ' sod Hist te, i. i, , .- c-lilslli-t r.nrll'M'te c.nnr'1 sua ii.ii mat n n"" ....-,-.. ,,. ft the .IH... acre tilled With but that the ,i..-l ! ti la a-w l-rf. a ill . ..t rr... Un. laanM-ta' I an- t It take. tal'taltl f.lUMil'H e-a I'iW Tb economy of taVing llieK Isru -llv me eset- Mis. Isani.1 has he iuh i..i.i,il) f..r a iat. great tnralirinct tnrctb-r I. being L ,, i me naty. rami Iwniel, hi. , sm-ih that n-t half the (n-rt ,r ft Hun proved every dey l.v lliousamls who i. ii-liius hers si .ieatit. ilr. isn-' atr.w-ttws baa ieB t..!d. i..l that l. tnttst be careful of their rtMiic. 1 1.1 ss ihat II cats him eon.idetsi-ls I has lire! hand inf..iu.stin least Jug If a Istalive ia oeealed take llood'a i amount l"r the gift his nl'e sends the ,i.er. lie. tre.i,iie,,t ,,f .-ern PilU. They are purely yegelalile. 'but thst H Is n.-rtn 11 to belp thO and rliildirn b ths enr,y foices. Uil Columbia College - KM, 'tri!t.M- Afvl'f Hl: '''illUllli'ltl. MMr (!' IJ..M'K, I ! ITI"X. I IANM. tu K, sli.l.lM Mi oltlliHTI! I --r HT TI.A" H l:n:l- M I l t, I tiSal-. u V AT' H r A hi A lAIry. fi-i.i m. AT-irsTiov r. sii.titr nasi. ih Tti',aini-.,- THi: .SCH(K)LTIIAT IS DIFFERENT tmrmnS fr C m4mUn mt I Htm-w tmtunmmAtim. iw tu4 21.