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DATT.Y EAST OTGONTAN. PENDLETON, OREGON. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 0. 1018. TACK BIX mm I Tbe achodnla )tlvl r.lrrw n-pre-acnla Ihs clssac In surgical drwse na department of tne Kcd Cross, th. term f work and th supervisor . hoiliilwl for th. . from Mon day, October ? to Saturday. tXlobcr It. Inclusive. The classes beam oy 1.9 o'clock and are conducted In th he held at the rectory later In thelfantry formation days to 1 evening-. . " . liriven point, Ruirtwnuili I.nnn. ... a ... I t.emocrat of New Yrk, told the house Th meeting: of lha Parish Hnuaailn dtscusslnir ha niaimltude of Am flulld of th Ohurrh of th Redeemer iei Ice,' war preparations, i.. t..m . t 'i.u.k ihta vniii To ihnw lha rata at which lha ar- . . . . . . . . . . . ' Hi ailll i- ,-...- i, ha ilMilaMl) I hill Ann to dp np u n i inr rrvii'i j i ' ' . "", jcedlns; the social aratherlus; for which; If auch a review wrra to he held next riuk room of the county library. To ny or all of these claseea, women who ara not already Identified with reitulajr work ara ursed to coma, forty-five thousand torwpt aponicea ra to be made and a cordial welcome awaita all who will iv a part of their tin. lo the tame foMine department, j Monday afiernoon. foldmc class. , SprinK. V.. v n-rkelov: ruiilmr class. Mrs. P. !. Schllke la In the city on busl- Walter Adams. Kvenlnn. business ncss from La tyand. wit I Ur I i Woodworth. Tuesday afternoon, loiam- cmss, ( memlter of the I'artsh Aid are to bei une It would take the troops threw hostesses to mem (vent and friends of j months' ateady marchlnc to aas one lit. l, I I." 11 in i.tiv " m ... ....... - mill ratherlne for which they ara to be responsible during tha winter months. I.. Hanaon la here today from Cold Ha rave tha house latest official war department flaurea on the ar t iy a auppllea and equipment. Kvery. thins was In millions and billions. ITS A ClaKAX ARMY. , PARIS. Auk. IS. (By Mail! Next to licking tlrrman. the chief aim Mrs. K. O. Hond left today for Port-; among Pershing's men In France ma to be keeping clean. "Dough Mra. J. N. Humes and Mra. C. l Ronney; cutting clans, Mrs. Freo , morning tor a snort etajr in i-onianu. JSrowaj. ' f"- franc rrasier retumeu iwmi Wednesday morning, cutting clasa, from I Grande, Mra. John Adams: afternoon, foldtng Alfred Campbell of Freewater, la a clnsa. Mrs. T. IX Taylor, cutting clasa. ! truest at the Hotd St. Oeorge. Mrs Joe Murphy. I J. W. Wagner la here frtim fkiah ' Thursday afternoon Folding class, today. Mra. H. K. Klckera; cutting class. Mrs. a, B. Mann of St. Paul la a Pen Frank K- Boden: evening Honor dleton businesa visitor. Wuard Girls, Mlsa Panllna Jonea. Mra. PafMurtha and Mra. Pete Friday afternoon Folding clasa, juanahan are here from Condon and Mra. C. J. Woodworth; cutting claaa, !ar. ,t Holei pdleton. Mtaa Helen Raymond left thlajboya" never paaa up an opportunity Mrs. J. T. Richardson. Saturday afternoon Cutting claaa, Mra. John Adama. K, C. 8toneman of Heppner la in the city today. H. M. Merrill of Spokane apent yea 1. R. Lundy ia here today on buat- neea from Rupert. Idaho. Mrs. Hlinh Stanfleld waa over from Pendleton yesterday to Join her hvs- j,. her, bu.lnwfl.' wana, wno was in ijm t i nur on rnr-r- . . . ....... KI,n.....l. n . Cm r txainesa for the Stanfteld firm. Ther j . w 7 Observer.;"- .v Paaoo. drova to Pendleton today.' ia. arande. Mrs. R. T. Bishop left today for Portland to attend tha speakers' con ference to be held tomorrow In prep- V. R. Doan and F. H. Downer of the Lalley F.lecretc. lighting Plant Co. are In Pendleton today. I B. McClura, former Pendleton eii.tk.B for the new fall drive of the man, now farming at Nolln. la a busl acven national war work organisations, neaa visitor In the city today. Mra. Bishop la representing the T- W. I Miaa Hilda Holpe returned today C. A. She expecta to be absent about i from a visit in Seattle. Srie ia em- to take a bath. One of the chief ar ticles In every marching kit is a bar of aoap. and whenever the men can find a creek or river or pnnd, they make vigorous use of It. Tha Americans' fondness for wa ter Is a constant source of astonish ment to French peasants, and some of the peaaanta are astounded to learn that tha Americana actually drink the stuff. To belp make the dnughboya safe from "cootiea" tha Y. M. C. A. has Just contracted for 1,800.00a bars of aoap for the canteens near the front. WITH THE COLORS News of Incnl Itnya In tha Ser vtcc; Information for ihla IX partmcnt Will lie Apprecitttod. WILL REPOBT CN mm STANDARD HIGHS IN COUNTY a week. ployed In the Paris. Bert Cartano, of Athena, Is a Pen dleton visitor for thn day, mopping at Mrs. Una Shaw of this city la vis iting In ttpokane and la being delight- Uhe St. George. folly entertained as the guest of Mrs. J. p. plover is a business visitor in C. O. French . who waa formerly a,,n. city for tha day from Portland well known resident of Pendleton. The surgical dressings class under the su pervision of Mrs. H. E. Rickets will meet tomorrow afternoon in the fted Crone work room of the library and Mrs. Bickers urent appeal for workers Includes both members of tha class and volunteers. registered at Hotel St. George. Misa Hazel Wyrlck will leave to morrow for Ann Arbor, where she will enter the Cnlverslty of Michigan. Mr. and Mra. J. R. Jordan, H. C. Robertson and Misa Berch Robertson are Pendleton visitors today from Echo. Miss Edna Coutts, who is employed In the office of Penland brothers. Is enjoying a two weeks' vacation. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Jones, former Pendleton residents, who have been here as the guests of Mrs. Newton Martin, left today for their borne in -. Mrs. J. C. Woodworth left today for Portland to attend the state conven tion of the W. C- T. C. which la being beld there today tomorrow and Fri day.- Mrs. Woodworth represents the , Portland. ' lllla county chapters. The W. C. j Mrs. A. K. Eaten, former Pendleton L'. organisation has been officially ' woman, is in the city today from 8a appointed to take charge, under the em looking after businesa Interests. tOctmcil of Defense, of Important war Pne MpH.ts to visit Echo before re activities, and the convention will deal turning to her home, with methods and plans for Increased j Mr an1 Mrm w. Schwartzenberg eltorts toward helping to win the war. and Ii(t!e dauhter will leave tomor- The efficiency of the organisation jrow for portland where they will visit 1 evidenced by the million articles iMldlt Mr. Sohwartaenberg will re produced for the soldiers and turn few days but Mrs. Schwart- " ' " "."Isenbtrg will remain for a month. Mra. R. A. Ktrahorn left today for QUICK ACTION URGED IN CAMP General Tells Men How to . ' Act in Emergency. CAMP CODY. N. M.. Oct. . The lesson of seed th) lesson that la be ing Impressed upon recruits In the army's cantonments Ma stressed In a rlee of eplfframs originated by Gen eral John A. Johnston, commander o. the S4th division at Camp Cody. .. Two of the general'a war winning epilgrams Impress the need for quick action. And that Is tho only subject treated in the epigrams that received that much attention. Here are aomo of the general's pithy sayings: In everything we do time counts. Be In control of your sub-conscious wlf. Never cease to exercise every ob. servant faculty. There must be a purpose behind everything we do. Everything should be done In the minimum of time. Never forget that loyalty to duty Is loyalty to country. It Is sometimes better to be a game loser than an over-proud winner. No alibi should ever be attempted whenever there Is a duty to be per formed. It Is a good thing to be told of dniy well performed. A little over-praise ccesn't hurt. The manner In which a soldier per ft rms his thousand and one duties Is the outward and visible Indication of his Inward state of mind. FOIIMKR PKMH.irrON ROY WOl.lrr:l. Corporal Lemuel K. Ksteh, former Pendleton hlvh school boy who has been at the Iront slnnie May ii. as .1 member of Company I, U7 V. S. In li.ntry, writeH his mother. Mrs. A, K. l.'steb, of a wound he received while Koliig over tho top. Ho emphasise the excellent caro receive! in the hoa pltul near France in which he Is at piesent. Following are extracts from the letter: "My lust letter waa mailed by a Y. M. C A. secretary who hud an oppor tunity to mall It. tl gave It to him when I took several German prison ers back of the lines. , "We were in reserve for a few days nnd then went where the ftshtliig heaviest. About four days ago when we went over the top ft came my time to get one of Frits' bullets. It waa a very fortunate one, though, golnR tr.rough my leg above the rltit knee, n mighty clean wound and no frac ture and It Is healing nilglity fast. 1 urn hobbling around on crutches al ready and will lie walking on It be fore long. I have sure boen treated fine. At present I am In a hospital near Paris, "After going throuph the hardshinp of the trenches it uire seems tou good to be true to enjoy ail the comforts and good thiiiKS to cat that can pus s.bly lie obtained for us, and better medical skill nnd attention than one rould get In the States. "Of course you are anxious to hear of my personal xp"rlenccs. I assure ! you I have .had my shure and believe ; Kome of mv elope calls h:ive tieen ml i raculous. The Mory of Iheiu will keep, for the memories that clusiei ! around those events are iissoelatea j with, most unpleasant thoughts. For t. i me a glorious string of victories at- ' tclned cannot dim the faces of com ! r.ides who were called upon to make the supremo saeritire: n pitiful price that must be paid before the victory is ours." ' W V. Green, cotmly mipoi Intend ent of ichtols, has received Instruc tions from Slate Superintendent J. A. Churchill to report on the si hools of I'matilln county as tu the number of standard high schools. There are 10 high schools In the county but aa only those recognised aa standard can re ceive money from the county hUn school fund, the county superintend ent is reuueaied to 'lslt th schools and report on those being maintained as such, coming up to tiiu reulre ments. To be a stnndnrd school at least two tenchers shall give full time to high school work. Every teasher shall be a graduate of a standard cob lege, university or normal school, or have, a five year life state certificate. The srhool sM ill have. at least f M00 wlselylnvested In appiratus for teaching science, and the ll'irnry must contain a minimum of 150 books of tho kind required by law. KATIIKR AMI HO.V Hl LlTNtJ Parent Making Artificial I.lmlw ami Roy With Aero Squadron. HOOD RIVER, Ore., Oct. 8. While the father. A. Nlehuns, former Central Vale orchardlst, has resumed his pro fession of manufacturing artificial limbs In Chicago, as a result of the world war, the son, Walter Niuhaiis, who enlisted in 1917 in the navy. Is with a naval aero squadron oh tho Irish coast. The.ehler Mr. Nlehans. an Inventive genius who became known through out Northwestern orchard districts for a nuinlsT of contrivances of asslit nnce tu fruitirrowers. is "a native of Switzerland. Ho won note at the Chi cago World's Fair, taking the first award for artificial limbs exhibited. M RSI-J4 .MFASUlK PF.XII.KTO RAR1RS (Continued from page 1.) these over half million went to j ; Portland where ahe will visit rela tives. ARMY REVIEW TAKES 51 DAYS,1" Three Months Would be Re quired to Pass Given Point ' PRESS OF LONDON APPROVES REPLY LONDON". Oct. 1. The Globe said, "President Wilson's reply while not a point blank refusal amounts to the same thing." The Standard said, "It is enough test of the enemny's sincer- Prance, others to Camp Lewia. Van couver and the Red Cross. Among the plana to be sub mined for special tlvltles during the coming year kt a comprehensive campaign of moral ed. utai ion ana aeunii Americanization i work. Prominent speakers will address the cx-nvention. Mrs. Woodworth expects to be away until Sunday. Members of the cfcolr of the church or the Redeemer are asked to meet this evening arosnptly at " It o'clock tecauae of the Informal reception tojteke tbe American array marching in. thing In the right way. The Westminster Gazette believes "The answer fulfills the hopes and expectations of the allies." The Eve ning Newa aaya, "Although clothed In diplomatic language. Wilson's ' reply means unconditional surrender." The WASHINGTON. Oct. It would I Star said "He has again aald the right 4 For Best Laundering n asasaasaSssaU. 4 I TJae r iroy We riot only clean your cloth thoroughly lAit we renovate them. A fire-proof, sanitary laundry plant giving to you the best Btrvice of the large cities. Our mxlern machinery eliminates all friction and the; unnweKRary wear thus caused. Our aim ia to he careful, courteous, prompt. 0 "We wash everything but the baby" harden .Street Between Wt-bb and Alta. Telephone 179 ccmb's endorsement of the mensure: BeraiiMe of ih many rnbleii.ti f reeonM ruct Ion w h ich a re oerj in to follow the termination of tho world war and a.HO on account if thY In creasing (1?mniiUn and 1 eponwUnlitiu of citizenship it Is no mori import ant than ever l.efore that emphaHin he placed upon .h.!rt welfare w-rk. I'p on the yoi)' nt Amerlcu bo are rirtvilcirn') a xi:i cm tho hkilorv nink- ! i tier Mviiit. ft H.'.ft Ktlrrinu t-ttiH'h will devlove ih duty if c.rr im; fn ward to puHieriiv lh f-i'Ii-ndiii fjr-vfptrf and ItitonH of iuttUiti! pMtrhiisiu hich are now beln-? fh'-.ncnM.atcd. Mindful of theHj rM .nHlliJllt lo which rest upon Y -Mii.k Aniciira, It km It cieed a :ue ui "or rne to ltidcrHu heartily the Children Year proKrain outlined ly tho fhlMren'ti Itureau and Woman's Committee of the (Vuncl? of Nittional iJ'fei.re. Ar we int r up on our xceoni yeir 'n the tvnr ;l 1- n tireiy fitting r-nd pr-)per tint !f - -reaMe our .'ffnrti to cn "''- th" li.e nnd health of Ann'i-ciin rhltdt'it u tar as possible mil raie rhidr Ja lional. moral and -.rliliijr fnuiiunln lj the hlghext pUnM atln.u,i''ln. Jut rk otir l-;m,pran ulew !::. va found child welfura work linpr:itlv In relation to fconrrnl war a-.'ilt and preparedness, Ar.i-ii'ana nr? tud-iy oidlKiild to far i bin nnVf m-Mil un ,a nerMHary war hu. I am T'toUd of i he notuIdH proKrHH the ft ale of - Cin han made In child welfare v.ik and f1-! af in predict Inn thiil tire Kot. may u-- deierded upon o do it 1 full Hhare In rjirr hiK out tha i hll (iron's year protein in throimh ti.e ft- i f U'le nt oiKHiilvutioii whlvh hat. thla rovmnt in h id. (KiKiied JAMKH WITH Vl OV MR, tlcvernor. .; ft ; ' 1 '" " t i AII.MF.XTS Or' WtlMKN. ! There Is nu denjInK the lact that (thousands of 'American women dras ; ul uk day In and day out suffering Willi these ailments pccullur to tneir 'sex which make life a burden. if v nen v.hn suffer from dramilnK i li :n ilm, Inflammatory, ulcerated oi ulurr'lial ciiiiditloiis would only Kil.i tlmt greatest of all remedies, l.oui K. riiikhain's Vf-Kelahle Com- .i i nil. m. trial, tliey, would readily find relief from such suffering, as the tii!ny leltera of commendation con Sluully lielnc iulllshed prove. We respectfully ask every man who is inter ested in Retting real Clothes Value in these days of profiteering to pay us a friendly visit and see the Quality of the fahries that go into raja Sv Taylor Made Clothes It doesn't obligate you in any way. Look things over and judge for yourself. AVe won't even ask you to buy. Wo prefer to have our values do that for us. The Hub 32 Sample Stores. 745 Slain St - 'Austria After the war (,j;t;t, LIA -ro, mLTRIA HUNGARY- J y 1 yZJn 1 1 1 'VtV f ro a !iMu ,Ti 'O'ji'kj 1 1 tjLLyf,rT( TTTl - How th t'nltcd State and Its allies plan to dismember Austrla Hunifary at the peace tabla is shown on this map. Hohomta. Moravia and Slovakia will form an independent atate. Uerinan Austria and HunKury will be two others, while D.-ilmatla. Croatia, Uoanio and Hr xosovina will be combined with Serbia and Montenegro Into a powerful f ate of Jugo-Slavla. I'ltllVUtK THICK IastSKR I4IVIMIV. Oct. . AtiM-rlcaii III flic MciiHf and ArKiiiuu' riulilintt rM'rday wi-ra Iinh lliun half I lie itunilMT of trinaii rlMiiirs labfti. aufonlliis lo Iwlilx frrHit diHiHibiM-a. TI'IIK riMtVIVf'F Hi:ll vt:cv. TI.KH I.OVK)V. f!ci. I All AllM-ns din. Iiaicli diilcil ex I'H iolx r li Hlatiil llahoil lii-y, itofrsxir of IImi Turtlli, )ji.Iikj f hnix-nui. wax i him- lo arrite lit Allu-iia l ll" uas laaiw. , i V I ' ill l- ...... dJ I 3 ARMAND'S Th tmlr NZW face) powdr la Ut peuil SO fn Oh yea, there are maiy many kinds of powdera on the market, but thia one ia absolute! differ eat from ny you hav ever naL The price la reaaoaable, too 50 cents KOEPritN'S llre It (0 P-TTTTCI7, TT i i it Li '11 AiMERICA'S'K0I.TE:SK0E'P0US1I ChINOk1 mmw i.t f .'if VJW A-L li.aL Wt I 1 3 I V, a Pi yillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllMIIIIIIIHi I Con Dung Low f - -- ' e chop suky', i , NX1LI1S 1 Colusa HOI. 1I()TTAMAU:S CHIIJJ t.ON CARM2 j MI'AKIMI IrTlrlJB. IJJNMIKS Boariihin rlaaa aa I op lo Ikis riltHT CI. Attn HtCltVlt.'B Ti;A U I'ackaxe IJNDKfl STATE lltyfEL f I1 1 m.uKT r. fctAUUW; Cor. avabb sod t'oiionwood at. i I 'boss Mr. faatllatoa. Or. g I I T I j 'j ' j I ' I ARGE quantities of SmikoiA are pur chased by the Government to be sold to the Soldiers and Sailors. We aim to make ShinoiA cost the men serving their country and the public back of the men, as little as possible. War conditions turn men's heads to profit making. We believe friends and users are more valuable than the , profit of the moment That is why you can buy ShinoiA at the same price as always. . BLACK - TAN - WHITE - RED - EHOWi HfVf III P ytr rT.llltHMrMIMHIiniMIIIIIIIIIIIIHIHHMHM.