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erwt PATLY !ART OREfiON'IAN. PENDLETON. OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1918.
EIGHT PAGE3 ,111 I , AN INDtrtNDBNT nfcUaftad Dally ui tkiml-WMkly nf fwfdtto, rarrii, tor th. arr OH1COON1AII I'UKUSHINa OO tataeaj at to miomH at Psadla m, unm, a. asoood-oJaaa Mil auttr. - - I ON BAI.1I IN OTHER CITIBg. ;' taarlalHil N.w sitand. Hortlaaa avMa Nra Co., Portland. Graco OH riLR AT fMimga Bureau, sot 8curltr Build- Washlnrtna. O. O, Bur-aa Ml Foar- BTKWSPAPBR. SUBSCRIPTION BTM (IN ADVANCB) "ill, aaa ynr, by mall Dally, aix month br mall Dally, tarva aaonths by mall Dally, aaa month by mall Dally, e- year by carrier - Dally, six montba by carrier. , .-. t.TI Dally, tbraa month! by carrier l.tl Dally, one month, by carrier .U Semi-Weakly, one year, by mall Semi-Weekly, alx moatha. by mall Baml-WaaklT four month b- mall . tn Geor.- W. Armatrnna' and WIm I Klxora Ir-land of Milton, ) C. i. Wheelisr a former 'IVmlloton photoKTaher. ia lit the city front Ku I acne where he now has a Kallery In pneratlon. Mr. Wheeler will put up a tent here and renin In a few week a. Mr. and Mra. Mark K. ritnrey and am, of Wwlon, were In Pendleton la night on their way to Waehtnic- ton. IK C. where thoy will visit Iriemla. Anothor daily and weekly paper la to be rauiMlfhcd In The Dalles, a mm. nrny having: l-on organised with a capital of 1000. The paper will be . '.mI the Chronicle. A. M. IVspaln loft laat night for Sitn Franciaco whore he will take cmtmo at lloald's huslncsa ctdleffe. Jullua Levy Is here today f rum At hona A IXNtilMi. My heart and soul are lonlttns For a oottaKO by the aea, Or a cabin In the mountains Where the wilderness Is free: I would got away from sidewalks Where the weary toil and plod, For niy brain Is overflowing; And I want to talk to God. Where the human currents Strug- Ble And the work wheels seldom atop, Juwt a single voice could never Reach the silent listening top; But in Nature's unlet sjacea The a counties are no tine That I ha smallest note or whls per Thrills the ear thai Is divine. So my heart and soul are longing For the sea and untitled ad, For my heart Is overflowing And I want to talk to Uod. Robin Homano- on a par with the erstwhile anti-administration argument that we should have declared war on Bulgaria and Turkey. By not being; at war with Bul- saria we had a minister in So fia who was able to give the Bulbars some good advice when it was needed. The re sults prove that President Wil son was right about Bulgaria. The future will vindicate his note to Prince Max. Senator Lodge's attitude shows what might come about should the senate go republi can next month. We will not make a desirable showing to the enemy nor to our allies if the upper house becomes con trolled by men politically un friendly to the president and who insist on running off at a tangent every time they see a good chance to differ with the chief executive. UNCLE SAM ON THE OCEAN I THE WAR CITIES Bordeaux, one of the finest and wealthiest commercial cities . of France, chief town of the department of (ilronde. It is 370 miles southeast of l'nrla. about SO miles from the mouth of the Oironde, in the midst of an extensive plain. Under the Human empire It was a flourishing commercial city. In the third century It was mude the capital of Aquitania Secunda. Ausonlus, a writer of the 4th century, who was native of the place, describes It aa four-square and surrounded by lofty walls, and celebrates Ita Importance as one of the greatest educational cen ters of Gaul. Along with Gulcnne it belonged to the English kings for nearly 300 years. 1 154-1452. and was for a time the seat of the brilliant court of the Hlack lrlnce, whose son, Richard, was born in the city. In 1870 the Ft ench government was transferred from Tours on the approach of the tlermans to the latter city. Popula- ! tlon of the city is about 200,000. THEY SAID THE SAME ABOUT BULGARIA ENATOR LODGE would have had President Wil son send Germany the same curt reply that was dis patched to Austria. But the wisdom of the president's course is generally recognized not only in America but in Europe. a curt reply declining any IIPArA nffVr in whnf t h A taituir wanted. It would have Ce-lha8done E1"?1? work C7(UNDREDS of freight ilI ships built in the United 1 States during the past: year carry food and other sup-! plies to England and France.! Our new ships make it possible I for the allies to use the former ! ocean passenger liners, largely i English, for transporting troops. It is a logical arrange ment because the liners are equipped for carrying men. The freighters are adapted to handling freight . not man power. However, the United States is by no means relying on English ships to get her sol diers across. Some of our big gest troop transports are. for mer German ships. The largest of all these is the Leviathian, originally the Fatherland which is said to carry 15,000 soldiers at a time. For an amateur Uncle Sam on the mented the German neonle for;cean.. irie Dig success against a defensive war. But Wilson iouumalulcs wao """'" used his head. By his action i until ourI nay,v entered the he raises division in Germany. 'Ka,ne anu unul sVme A"e.: Hp ha rnmmiftAH him-oif ! inventions were brought into WITH THE COLORS News of IxM-al Bora In the Ser vice; Information for 111 Is De parunent Will be Appreciated. "My little daughter and myself both use Dr. , iUiizteu$ syrup I cfstn ana find it invalu able as a remedy for constipation, . t would I. not be without it." (From a letter to I)r. Caldwell written by Mrs. Will II. Thomp son, Ripley, Ohio.) ' ' ' A mild, effective temedy f6r constipa tion that is peculiarly adapted' to the ncfcds of elderly people, women and children; is the combination of simple laxative herbs with pep sin known as Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It brings natural relief, without griping or strain. DR. CALDWELL'S Syrup Pepsin The Perfect Laxative Sold by Druggists Everywhere 50 cts.$Z)$L00 TRIAL BOTTLE CAN It OBTAINED. FKII Or CH1MR BY WITIN TO OR. W. B. CALDWELL, 439 WASHINCTON STREET, KONT1CELLO, ILLINOIS IS OIT OF HOSPIT.il Wayne'Shrock, son of Mr. and Mra. M. s. Shrock of thla city, who haa been In a hospital becauae of a wound received In tho right arm, la now out of the hospital, lie haa not, however, returned to active service as yet. Ho i a member of Company A, 12th In fantry, and was employed as a run ner at the time of th accident. no different course from that announced in the past and has placed the German autocracy in a hole. Senator Lodge's views are LEMON JUICE WHITENS SKIN Girls! Make beauty lotion at home for few cents use. ihe problem ot getting our troops and supplies across was really solved in the ship yards of the United States, ............. The burning of Cambrai by the Huns was a despicable act, It accomplishes nothing for the enemy but vastly injures the civilian property owners. The peace terms when dictated !by the allies should call " for I abundant compensation for j these outrages. ! The country is fortunate in i having a man of brains in the ; White House these days. A mere mouther could cause lots of trouble and needless sacrifice. rkjueesa the Juice of taro lemons In i o a bottle containing thrt-e ounces of Orchard While, tlmke well, and you have a quarter pint of the leat bleach Ins and skin whitening lotion, and complexion boauuf itr, at very, very j amsll coat. ' Ymr grocer lias l lie lemon" and any drug afore or tnlift counter will supply three ounce, of lirrhaid Whlla for a,fw cents. Mwin M sweetly fraKrant lotion into Hie face. men. , aims and hands eacli day and aee.tl'roin the Kt .ireSonian. October bw tan., rrdneas. aaliowneaa, aunbura! n, lsiio.t and windOurn flli-..wiir and how" i; M.nloik returned yesterday from clear, sod and ron-wl. ie ihe ektn !h- Walla Wall, rate. become. Yea! It is burinlt-s. 1 Lioenne to wed was Issued today 28 YEARS AGO V II. YOl.XO IS FRANCE. Private F. H. Young, former In structor In Pendleton h.Kh school. now private in the ordnance depart mtnt, in a card to M. it. Chcnsman. aayii he la a recent arrival In France and finds many beauties In that war ridden country, liis address la: Ord- Lept. A. P. 717 Franco. The schedule given below repre senta the classes In the surgical dress- nKa department of the Red Cross,'the form of work and the supervlnoni scheduled for the week from Mon day, October 7 to Saturday. October U, Inch ml ve- The classes begins by 1:30 o'clock and are conducted la the club room of the county, library. To any or all of these clauses, women who are not already Identified with regular work are urged to come. Forty-five thousand forceps sponges are to be made and a cordial welcome awaits all who will give a part of their time to the tcaufce folding department. Monday afternoon, folding1 class, Mrs. N. Berkeley; cutting class. Mrs. Walter Adams. Kvenlng, business girls, Mra. J. C Woodworth. Tuesday afternoon, folding1 class, Mrs. J. N. Burgess and Mrs. C. -U Bonney; cutting class, Mrs- Frea Brown. Wednesday morning, cutting class. Mrs. John Adams; afternoon, folding class. Mrs. T. D. Taylor, cutting; class, Mrs. Joe Murphy. Thursday afternoon Folding class, Mrs. II. K. Bickers; cutting class, Mra Frank E- Boy den; evening Honor Guard Girls, Miss Pauline Jones. Friday afternoon Folding class, Mrs. c. J. Woodworth; cutting class, Mrs. J. T. Richardson. Saturday afternoon Cutting class, Mrs. John Adams. IIUN CHANCELLOR : 7 - PRfNCB MAX OF BADEN. F O R O O i. h3 The Ideal Winter Car miX2G (. o. h. Tendleton Cmnfortabln lutfKpenittve We van furii-Mh them on bonafidi. ot l'r njy, rf t'mit' In and Imm your ordttr now Mtnt he pro- f'ifd iluriitg ttt im- Inif felorrny moiilti. 1 ... SIMPSON AUTO Water and Johnson St, j v . i Jl h. 2. CO. I'hone 40S I- fo Daphne Circle, No. two. Women of Woodcraft, met Moose hall last evening fot; a regular business session and a very interesting; meeting was enjoyed. A committee report showed several of the members to be 111, among them the clerk, Mrs. Mae ' Friedly, who has been confined to her: home for some time. Greetings and I Khopes for their early recovery were extended by the circle- Plans for ! the winter work include ordering nij Victrola. At the close of the lodxe flesition the party adjourned to the Delta, where a delicious lunrh was nerved with the guardian neighbor, Mrs. A. O. Carden, as hostesH, the ta bles being prettily centered with Pink and white asters. Thursday afternoon club members for the flrHt time In the new season. met yesterday st the home of Mrs. John Vert on College street, hostesses' for the meeting being Mrs. A, JU riehaefer and Wr. Vert. Opening the program Mrs. W. D. McXary, a dele gate to Ihe convention of the statu Federation of Women's Clubs held In Portland the latter part of Heptember, gave an Interesting and detailed re port on the first day's meeting. Mrs. Sylvan Conn, ulso a delegate from cndleton, gave an excellent discus sion on "Connervatlon of ClUis-ons," many points In which were chosen from prominent addresses during the three days' convention and supple mented by most Interesting material. Mrs. Vert, of the board of directors of the Federation, talked- on the closing day. Taking up the subjoct chosen by the- club for winter study, "France or Today," Mrs. K. T. Wade gave a, pic- trreiMjue account of "Housekeeping in Franre." while Mrs. 11. H. Bur roughs diKousrted "French Tempera ment." Preceding a delightfully In formal lea hour in the late afternoon rs. Wfthrooke Dickson contributed group of charming vocal, solos. official delegates. More than 60 of the women attending have been mem bers of the W. C. T. U. since 1894. Mrs. Gary Taylor of Athena and Mrs. Fred Fulllnc ii pnd little son. Jack, of Pleasant Valley, are sueata In Pendleton todey. Mrs. Taykr for merly made h home here. Mrs. Janet Dand, formerly of Pen dleton, but now of Seattle, Is here for a few days looking after her Interests before going on to Alberta, Canada. where she has land holdings. Her son. John M. Dand, Is now In France with Co. B. 3rd .Separate Battalion, U. S Marine Corps. Families and friends of the Wood men of the World are anticipating the dsnclng party for which the organ ixatlon is to be host Monday evening. The affair will he given . In Jagle Woodman hall. Our Prices on Shoes are Lower Children's Shoes, size 1 toJ.. .... 65c to $1.49 Children's Shoes, size 5 to 8. ....... 98c to $1.98 Children's Shoes, size 82 to 11. ... $L 45 to $2.25 Misses' Shoes, size ll1.. to 2 .7 $1.85 to $3.45 Growing Girls' Shoes, size 2 to, 6. ,$2.45 to $1.50 Ladies' Shoes. , $1.95 to $6.50 Boys' Shop $1.85 to $3.45 Men's Shoes ., $1.95 to $7.50 The Hub -: . 32 Sample Stores. 745 Main St BtmgEmMti.i Mrs. A! Fair of Freewater was In the city today. Hhe Is secrelnry of the Freewater branch of the Umatlil County Red Cross. The Friday evening before Hallow e'en haa been chosen by the Parish house Guild of the Church of the Re deemer, for one of a series of Infor mal dancing parties which proved t great success last spring. Kach af fair has been characterized by unique ly attractive settings and charming hospitality and the coming number to bo given in Liberty hall during th festive season of Jack o Lanterns and witches promises to be no ex cc ptlon. Mrs, J. C. Woodworth arrived home 'this morn inif from Port fund where j he has been represent trig the lima. t'ila county W. C, T. IT. at the slate convention which was dbtcusned fol lowing yeMterdiiy's sessions because of Portland's cloning order taking ef i feet ttxiny. Mm, Woodworth found that reports on the work of the tJina ! tlila county chapters compared very ivorahly with that of other section of the state. An Interesting item vt ' liusinosn completed tmfore the a4 i Jountujent was Ihe election of sluts officers for tite organlKation. I I Mrs. Mutlie Hbeth of Portland was chose n pri5Nidenl; Mrs. M. Fraitces i wope of J'orilaud, vice presidiin: Mrs. MmiIks Muurs of Portland, or responding sei-retHry; Mrs. Mary ! Toihtll of fiukjrind, rsciirdlng seers tary; Mrs. Ada Jui-y of Portland, sec rwiary of the oung psople'a woik. Th sllendaiiCH yesterday Increaaed from the of the first duyU inore llian I a a, umong whom were the IbO . Ifcnary Nota of Hernilstou, Is In the city today. .Sid Crablll of Holdman. is a Pendle. ton visitor today. Mrs. Frank Chamberlain qf I Tit la h W In Pendleton today. Miss Helen Raymond returned this nirrning from a trip to Portland. Mrs. H- H. Roberts Is a Pendleton vlrltor today from C mat 11 la. U corse T. Coyne of Portland, is In the city for the day at the .St. George. Charles ftoule Is a visitor in Pen- Idbton today from Portland. H. L. Lyon la here for the day from La Grande. F. G- Schllke of La Grande Is a bus li!os visitor In the city for the day. Mrs. L. M. Carglll Is here from Stockton, Ca'lfornla and Is registered at the Golden Rule. Uugene Talbot la up today from Umatilla. H. S. Butler, former Pendleton man, was here yesterday from tfpokane on his way to Portland. W. If. Kine of Caldwell. Idaho, Is a business visitor In the city register- eo at Hotel Ht. George. Misa Marie Hunt of Heat tie arrived yettterday to visit her niece. Mra. J. W, Kocker. Mrs. J. I. Blackwood, who has been here as the guest of Mrs. W. Roberts, left yesterday to visit relatives In Ic a ho. Miss Haxel Wyrirk left last night for Ann Arbor, where she will enter the University of Michigan. Hhe ex pects (o spend a short time at Yale, where she will le the guest of Miss Elisabeth McColl. Mrs. Kmmett Kates, who haa been In Pendleton as the guest of her par- cormovs si 525 Main St. Free Delivery. Phono 640 Rome Beauty Apples," box $1.25 Fancy Rome Beauty, Louver, Ark. Black Apples, box. $1.50 Solid Pack Tomatoes, case . . .-. ...... $3.75 Tomatoes (Puree) case $3.25 Best Iowa Corn, case $3.50 Evaporated Peaches, 1 lb. 15c Evaporated Apricots, 1 lb 25c ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Matlock, expects to leave today for Han Fran cisco, to Join Mr- Kstes, who Is em ployed In the Milliards there. F. U. Itessler of Corvallls, is here today. R. M. Garrett Is a business visitor here from Seattle. Mrs. M, h- Durfey of Hermiuton Is registered at Hotel PendlcUm. MIhh Jennie Chamberlain Is a Pen dleton visitor today from Pkiah. A. M. Urown la hero today from Portlund. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bailey of Kchl are at the Hotel St. George today.. H, Blackard of Waltsburg' I here from Kuho today. Kvery useful, thing should be used, Bell that used article to somebody who needs It through the claaaiffed. f LIFT OFF hffi.Y KKW KROPH THKV 1,11-T MHIK TtM't'HV (ltWH OFF .. WITI1 riNUKHH. Doesn't hurt a hit! Drop a lot In Krecsona fin an aching ctirn, InslafiHy that rorn stops hurtlna", than you Ufa It right .out. Vs, magic! CASTOR I A For Infanta and Children In Us For Over 30 Years Always t 4ns: IBJ) A liny holtla of Kra.sons eosls hut a IfW tenia at any drug ators. hut I. iiiili iMiil tu mniova sv.ry hard corn, soft ruin, or orn h.iaw.n tha toas, and Hi rallusaa, wllhuut sur.ii.as ur ti Hal Ion, Krraaona Is th arnanlionnl (Jlruv rv nf a t'litrlmintl grnlns II Is wnn s-t r-i. LIQUID-PAJ uivoq.jLZ' a.. -.H.vua. 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