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PACE FOITT" DAILY EAST OREGOKUN, PENDLETON, OREGON. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 0, 191S. AN TITDKPrNVOrB fwwdlstoa, (iraroa, bT I h aJTT OKfcUOKUUI fliUUBHlNO CO Motor J t tae BsMtofftc at Peaale to. urga. aa iM4-ela ull OH lAUt IN OTHER CITIKa. ImperlaiHotel N w- Pimd. Portias IktHt Kn On. Fort Last. Urecoa ON ril.K AT rateaco BmM, ateoartty Buila- Rureaa Ml row trt. V w. trace. Yw, we want peace. That' the 4 rrwtn why We have taken up arm one more, When n thought to have laid them forever by. When we thought we had done with core. lint have we not said to you. 4 Horrible Hun, That th Right la more pre- clou than peace T Stilt you are Prussian. Only th mm ' Fpeaki your lamrnaura, Fo, ar cumstats) ceaa. Toui Suitor-: tain mm I inJ nrttmc i for. Well, here Is your answer then: War to th end! t'ntll yon ar beaten. It' wr! By Charles B. Driccoll. IT SEEMS TO WORK N March 22 of this year the editors of Umatilla county united in a pledge that during the war they would, under proper and speci fied, conditions, give publicity to slackers. That pledge has been kept with results that are known. Having worked in vain on THIS AI IfB-WSPAPSR. uus:riptton rati (IN AUViNCl) 'IT. r .IS. . l.tl Daily. I monies by Pally, tare atoaths by mall , Daily, a month by mall Dally, m year by aarrlar Daily, mix month by carrier.- T. in 1.M ,l Dally, tbraa months by carrier Dally, ob moBtk. by carrier Semi-Weekly, oa yoar. by mall Semi-Weekly, all moalha. by mall .Tl rVm!-Wklv fmir month be mall . certain jrentlemen of wealth who had not taken their bond i quotas the Patriotic Service (League called upon the news papers for a barrage. It was rnven without delay. As a re sult men who had previously been very pronounced in de. dining to subscribe soon be came subscribers to the extent of their quotas. i ine principle or barrage lire has been highly developed in Europe during this war. It seems to be effective. The idea of a publicity barrage for slackers has so far as known been used nowhere else tharf in Umatilla county. It appears to work very well and there is no patent on the process. CUBA'S GRATITUDE c. UBA'S latest war offering took the shape of a con signment of 240,000 ci- I garettes and 3,500 packages of Tismoking tobacco for distnbu tion to the American soldiers in France. In transmitting the snft. the Cuban minister ex- j plained that it was sent by the Cuban people in recognition of ) 1 lliC WUIK Ul U1C A1IICI it-ail i llljr land as a token of the sincere ' friendship between Cuba and 4j,the United States. This is not the most import ant contribution Cuba has made. While larger nations of this hemisphere have been doing their best to defeat the Prussian dream of world con quest, Cuba has not been idle. Her declaration of war came on the same day as our own. Since then Cuba has furnished us fugar and has sent us shjps. She has made outright presents of money and has established an, active Cuban Red Cross or ganization headed by Senora de Menocal, wife of the presi dent of the republic. She has PROVOST TDWCBTat 8mn. PUB MHEI1K at JWCWM Instruction to be given on preparation for war service, hygiene, legal features, what to take to camp, camp regulations, and army morale Speakers will represent U. S. Army, American Red Cross, Council of National Defense and Oregon Social Hygiene Society. IS AN-ORDER passed a selective service law and has issued $30,000,000 'worth of government bonds, i American officers have been invited to the island to train i her troops. There has been constant co-operation between i t uba and the food authorities of the United States. Every thing within her power to do, Cuba has done. In his war message. Presi dent Menocal sounded the key note of Cuban allegiance. He said: "Cuba cannot remain loof from the stand nobly and courageously taken by the Uni ted States, to whom we are bound by sacred ties of grati tude and fraternity." IN THEIR OWN PIT ..- . . HE first impression of Prailnt Wilsnn's rpnlv . r XT ...;il 1,, a'ao.v "in the devil or words to that ef fect. However, there is' a method in the course taken. It is evident the German proposal was made with a view to im proving the. situation in Ger many. The kaiser wished to i - i . i l : l - -'" - ..... -, mooted tnrougn tl one of disappointment that helvuse to paid subs, did not tell the kaiser to go to!?' "'m'h!' .'rd" mane nispeupie ueiieve ne v,B(Kt,xt 8undnVf , ,hft chrRan church Striving lor peace, tnat tne al - hes are entirely to blame for nr;n;n V.o ,i. oe nn,l Trinf a deiensive war ior existence. A blunt reply from President Wilson might have produced that very impression in Ger-j many. Our President though did not fall for the plot. He answers a question by asking a question. He propounds a question that will test German sincerity and gives hope of opening the eyes of the Ger man to the ruthlessness and mendacity of the men com Dosine their autocracy. The kaiser will be Cast into the pit- i buttressed hill, which rises some S30 it ;AwJn,1 fr. WFWann f eet above the surrounding plain and fall he intended for llson. jthe mUe rlver of Arden owM The mildness of the Fresi-jlts rank a p,,,,, of tne department dent's answer need cause noito its central position and its age: it Uneasiness here. His Views as I numbers only about 12.000 and has to the decisive .victory we ""'t'"? ... .,.. imust have are already known (From the East Oregonlan, October 9. 1KS0.) Joe H. Parkea left today for Port land to see the exposition. Max Baer returned last night from Portland after running the sand blockade. The marriage of A. J. Overturf and Mrs. Louise Crockett, well known in this city, will take place at Milton if 28 YEARS AGO ll BY COMMAND OF MARSHALL GENERAL CROWDER ARE ORDERED TO TURN OUT This Space Donated by The East Oregonian Pub. Co. KTATMUKXT Of the Ownr-ttlt, lnngemrnt. Cir culation, i:ii-, of KAST OUK;Nl V I Eastern otvcim'M (irrwtr! Nowhimimw. Iv-talMI-lHtl 1HT.V rtibllxhed tallv. except Sunday, st I'enitli'toii, Oregon, reiulred by the "fl of August i, 1911. Publisher. Kant Orcgonlan Pub. Co., Pendleton, Oregon. K.I II or, K. H. Aldrlch, Pendleton, Oregon. Business ManaRer, F. V. I-ampkln, rendition. Oregon Advertising Manager. L, I. Urake, Pendleton. Oregon. Owners: ta corporation with the following parties owning on !er cent o- more of total amount of stuck), F. W. l.ampkin, Pendleton. Oregon; ! H. Aldrlch. Pendleton. Oregon, I D. lirake. Pendleton, Oregon. Known bondholders. mortgagee land itther security holders, holding one iter cent or more of total amount of bonds. mortgage or other securl- Itles. 1 e Tweedle Northwestern and : Pacific Hypotheekbank, Spokane, iwu - hinston. Average number of conies of each lsue of this publication sold or dls- , trihtited through the ma s or other bscrlbers during the nK the date of this slktement. 2K12. Signed: F. W. I.AMPKIN". Manager. Sworn to and subscribed before me this nth day of October. ISIS. (Seal) U P. HHAKR. Notary Tulillc for Oregon. My commission expires February 6, 1920. i License to wed was Issued Wednes- day to Kdsar t. (-handler and miss Minnie Harwlck of Juniper. The n. j. h. riaiey has gone to sniem to attend the meeting of the commit tee appointed by the last legislature to draft a revised assessment law. n. Waffle haa moved his gro cery to a new location in the Raley- Kobblns building- on Main Btreet THE WAR CITIES Laon. capital of the department of Aisne. France. 87 miles northeast of Paris. Is on an Isolated and singularly place of strategic importance. It re tained thia importance in the Hun dred years' war during which it was ..Hacked and taken by the Burgun dfans, who gave It up to the English, to be retaken by the French after the consecration of Charles V!I. Dur ing the campangn of 1R14 Napoleon tried In vain to dislodge Plusher from it. In 18T0 an engineer blew up the powder magazine of the citadel at the moment when the German troops were entering the town. Many Uvea were lost and the cathedral and the old episcopal palace wer damaged by the explosion. At the revolution La on permanently lost its rank aa a bishopric 1 1 FLYING CHANGES ' r.iErrs character DECLARES OFFICER Petty Jealousies Seem Small From Above Little Brawn Smudges That Are Great Cities. Hy CA PT. TAI L, IlURWRHEri of the Hoyal Air Korce. (Written for ne I'nlted 1'resn.) LONDON. VL J. (Hy mall.) Flying will modify the character of the wurltla thought. It will have bnatlenliiir Influence, and will bring a frenher. cleaner, flow of ItleuM Into the brains Vf men. A man who haa Reen before htm, at the name time, the cliffs of Kntf- land, the Ionic flat ftelda of Holland and the nmillnfC countryside of Hel Klum. and France, 1h hound to think In a different way from a man whose horfxon haa always been bounded by bricks and mortur. or even by hill and dule. Traveling may have made him think nationally; It may have made him vl uullxe London, It us ly, Dover and Portsmouth ln one glimpse; It may have made him realize Knglnnd as a whole, but flying will make him think fnr mre largely.' He wlll.Kee England and France ly ing close to each other, only separat ed by a shining strip of water. He will nee the green and brown mosaic of Belgium, which In Ita turn merges Into the distant shadow of Holland, while, still further on. across the wide Scheldt he will see the distant shad ow of Holland, while still further on. across the wide Scheldt he will see the distant low lands sweep on over the rim of the world. How will he regard the petty spites between Individuals and cliques then? He can cover with hU thumb a fe verish city alive, Ike a .crowded ant hill, with a million people. What will he think, of those who live next tt each other and will not apeak togeth er? How mean and petty their Quar rels and jealousies and hates will seem! The true meaning of human Inter course and friendship will come home to him. He will gain an almost di vine outlook upon the world. He will smite to see the little brown smudges which are great towns, and the fine drawn spider-threads which are the great railway systems. Intrigues, dishonesty, civil strife, all will seem to him contemptible, per hnps this Is the new view which will bring the mlllenlum. ....... ........ FROM THE TEOPLE MOItK JIOXKY NKKimn. Tendleton. Or., Oct. 9. Kdltor Kat Oreiconian: There cornea from Halem an urgent Not Merely a Request Fxt ra Cost for Quality? IX AfoiStrf Vftii'Ulikelvfinclit . T costs vou even less to chew Gravely. It goes further. You only need a small chew of this class of tobacco, and it PEYTON BRAND Real Gravely Chewing Plug lOv a voucn - request for the voters of Oregon to vote for that meuaur on in Danoi which 'provide an extra mill of etate tax needed becaime of war condition. Thia reiiueat cornea from our. lat board of control, connlHtlng- of Gover nor Withycombe, Htat Trea.urer Kaj and Secretary Hen W. oleott. Theae men are our duly elected aitent. They are trying to do for ua what we would do for ourselveH. Tney aay inai e- penae can not be held down to tna constitutional limitation without ut 1it nealect of nur stale institution and lack of that police protection J which existing- war condition make imperative. When we take Block of our individ ual need and the enhanced cost of supplying them we have strong vi- denre that the Btute can not maintain ielf so cheaply aa formerly. For the slate hires litbor and it feed and clothes and shelter hundred upon hundreds of the churgea In our penl tenllury and hospitals for the Insane and the cost'uf supplies and labor to the state rises no less than to Indi viduals. Lack of funds will force our state board of control n use the credit of the state: and a fallur to vole this tax to meet these demands would Im pair that credit and weaken the tat now, when the full vigor of its power in needed to carry u through these davs of stress. Sincerely. C. ! ST HA IN. Army Has Crown From 127,588 to 8,200,000 WASHINGTON, Oct. . In seven teen month Amerlra' fighting ma chine ha grown tram vlruolly noth ing to tremendous proportions. Flg prc showing t h" results since war was declared were given to the house by Representative I-unn of NfW York, a inenib.r of the military affal-s com mittee. The fuels, he ald, anawur crtlc of the administration and de mand broud and unbiased support by the merkan people. The army now n,imbe- 3.201,000 to .i.tn'iii ' ' i. f T T t.r-T.rnsw: j mm- P THFATRF holds its good, sat- isfying taste a long. long time. 1 ton furtherthat t why you can get the tood taste of this class of tobac co without extra cost. anawortaii GIRLS! DRAW A M6IST CLOTH THROUGH HAIR, DOUBLE ITS BEAUTY THY THIS! HAIIl ?KTS THICK, til.SSV. .1V HKAl TIFt I. A TOM K. Immediate? Yes! Pertain T that' the Joy of It. Your hair become llghi, wavy, fluffy, abundant and appear as soft, lustrous and beautiful aa young girl' after a Uanderln hair cleanse. Just try this moisten a cloth with a little Danderlne and carefully draw It through your hair. Inking one small strand at a time. This will cleanse the hair of dust, dirt o- excessive oil, and In Just a few mo ments you have doubled the beauty of your hulr. A delightful surprise awaits those whose hair has been neglected or la scraggy, faded, dry. brittle or thin. Heslde beautifying the hair, Ianderln dissolves very particle of dandruff; cleanses, purifies and invigorate the scalp, forever stopping Itching and falling hair, but what will please you most will be art er a few weeks' use when you se new hair fine and downy at first ye . but really new hair growing all over the scalp. If you care for pretty, soft halr.and lots of It, surely get a small bottle of Knowlton's Tanderlne from any drug store or toilet counter for a few eenls. rn. When war was declared th regular aimy coa alned but 127. tsl I'ut an end to that delay in ranting (hat hou or aparttn.nt through getting your message to th radr of th classified.