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rACr.TSi": . Bo Your Xaias Stopping Early so says Uncle Sam. ffTfg Mall Your rickaxc. lUi i.L WO So suggests Uncle Sam. DAILY EAST QKEGONIAN, 'j;KNpLEl,()NOTtGEON WEDNESDAY NOVEMHEE , 191& i ultS OF a 0 1 I KiOiliu-vr -More. jCorporal Kennedy, who was in France .M. Allen, telephone engineer, ij before being transferred to England, In Pendleton tdday conferring with 'says he has a souvenir which he hopes W. W. Cryder, Umatilla National For- j to Bend but is nobaure that he will be est supervisor, as to telephones In tnalPemillted to send it as It Is about 1200 fluent reserve Hectlon. Ilrotlicr IMoh In Vram. ' . Hergeant Waldo Knierson Caufleld. who died recently while Bee Inn action i In France, In a brother of Mr. Dvy filpp of Portland, who In well known 'In Pendleton um Miss Marjorle fau fleld, formerly a teacher In the Pen dleton schools. Missouri John u, Iti-pulilirun. Prlends. of John Heathmnn are ac cusing him of having masqueraded as ft democrat all hlr year or residence In Pendleton since finding IiIm name on the ballot as a republican candidate for constable and as a consequence he has been busy telling how It happened. years old and Is of soriie value. Is Seriously III. " Br; Floyd Croup was takVn lo St. Anthony's hospital lapt night and Is seriously 111 with Spanish Influenza, and Is threatened with pneumonia. Petition to Administer IOhIhic. Petition has been filed In the pro bate court by Attorney will M. Pe terson for the appointment of Fannie O. MyrlcN and olive I.ee admlnlstra- trices of the estate of John. Webster Myrlek, deceased. Thjs petition gives the value of the estate.. In exess of $20,000. Thre was no will. ' i . , i . . '- - . , Whs Itwovered. ' ',Lloyd Will, of Milton, was In Pen dleton yesterday, "navlng just reeover-, ed from an attack of Kimnlfh Influ enza which kept him In the Walla Walla hospital for a week. He-enter ed the 8. A. T. C. at the University of Oregon this year but huS decided not to resume his training there but will remain In Milton for a time as he ex pects to enter t be army soon-, r Mr. Jtudd Iteoovering. H. S. Jtudd, who. baa .been 111' for some time with Spanish influenza, at us- nome at 408 Perkins, Is recover ing but Is not yet able to resume his duties at the First Nutonal Hank. . - - ; Mill UmI Tomorrow.: .', The Pendleton woolen mills will be closed tomorrow because of the death of Mrs. Chauncey Bishop of Halem. who dbed last nlisht of Spanish Influ enza. ' holds Its first meeting this evening at 7:30 o'clock In the city hall. All members .have been requested to-be Inoculated against influenza and Dr. V. K. Boyden has vounteered his serv. Ices free of charge. Note, books and pencils are a requirement for those at tending this evening's class. A dupl cute of the course Is to bo given later. ISO Hospital um In. ' J he Junior Jted Cross members throughout Umatilla county have sent In 150 completed hospital bags, says Mrs. c. H. Marsh, head1 ot the work this county. . Will Hold l retina. Pendleton grocers and representa tives of the food administration will hold a meeting tonight for the discus sion of a pure food list. , . County (Mirt Today. Jtoutlne business ia being: transact ed today by ,the county court with judge O. H. Murnh and Commitwioners H. M. Cyckburn and Harney Anderson In attendance. , Announce Hour. ' . , Mr. p. R. Judd,' In charge of the In spection of ChriHtman packages for S4ildlt'iH ovcrneaH, announce! thatuhe will be In the, office in tho federal building1 from in a in. to 1 2 noon each day. , If the number of. carton In crfftHPH nho will remain for the en tire day, but no far no filled cartons bave been returned, although five la bit In have been received. Cpmplulnt Ankn for iXvorcr. . , (Merle Thomptmn hu filed ult ;n the .circuit court aealnnt her huwhann. William A. Thompson aakln for -a divorce. She atleKes crtiel and inhu man treatment. The couple wad mar, rird at I-a ttrando In December, 191 1, and have a boy, William K., fCxIra for I,onjf raft. ' f .'-' ' As an after-election. necessity, Humphrey a barber shop fliearff a slfftv tr.dny which, pay, "ing Kacea, 10 VntH Extra.'! The mAnagement naya that Rejected countenancea are fre quent among: the .patrons today. ftillocl by I-'utlicr'a Death, M Ihm Muudu I.anKrt-ll, who In em Ployed In Alexander', left yeterday for Baker, where she pwa called by the Hudden duth of her father. It. T. tanKreH. Mr. lanKrell, who was 75 years of one. tft aurvlved by his wife and peven children AhmImIIiiic In Itureau, MIsja Madeline Burgess and MIhs Thelma Thompson are aafllHting- Mrs. C. H. Marh today in the bureau of perBonnelb They are checking up on the nurses queatjonnalrea which have been sent in. Work Sent In. v Athena Junior Red Cross today ent In 12 completed scrap books and 15 bednkle baRs, to apply on their quota, Mrs. C. H. Mamh, head of the work In Umatilla county nays he 1h much pleased with the work and that It Ih excellently done. Our Annual Thanksgiving 1 Linen Sale Its replenishing: time. It3 a money saving time. Buy your Table Linens here. The sale runs through this week. , Through the Telephone Shopping Service the store is brought to you. We'll be glad to serve you in any way. Use your phone. We'll do the rest. Mnrle NcImoii IletUT. . , L4ttle Marie Nelson. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Nelson of this city, has recovered from a severe at tuck of sc-rfrlet fever. The child has been at the Nelson fnrm durins: her illness, but will be brought to I'endle ton soon. Nephew Is Wounded. Mrs, John Kkkits, of this city, re ceived word today that her nephew, Howard Hettinger, was wounded while in the service in France. lieljintfor. who is the frrandson of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Newquist, well known residents of Hirch creek region, say that the wound fa not severe and that he Is re covering in a hospital. Belllnser mentions the taking of German priso- I ners In his'lotter.,.- f KiuM-h fYlodly In HosiHial. Knoch Krtedly. who left here to enter the Benson Polytechnic school bi. Portland ss a preparation for mi litary service, is In- tho hospital at Fort Stevens as the result of a re- five lapse suffered after an attack of years old. Plaintiff asks for custody 'Rpanlsh influenza. He Is Improving ot the child. Will M turney for plaintiff. Peterson la at- Liiriltcd Kcrvlcm Men Called. 'In the call announced yesterday from the state selective service depart ment fur 85 reRlstrants of limited service classification to be entrained about November 25 and sent to Firt McDowell, California, Umatilla coun ty's quota Is Riven as two men Only about half the division of the state of Oretron are called upon to send men In this call. ' . at present, however. Kiwnds Furlough In Ixnidon. t Corporal Vernon Kennedy, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Kennedy, writes from Kngland to his brother, Millnrd Kennedy that he hns visited several Rnsllsh cities and spent a furlnuRh In Lmndnn. He says it's a bis; own but that It can't compare with New Tork. Hls Still Needed. Seven patients are now In the Span. Ish .Influenza emergency hospital and more are expected hourly. Donations of beds and lidding ore still very welcome and the committee urKes that Pendleton peopel respond to the call as quickly as possible. A drayman will be sent for the donations If noti fication Is given at phona 460, " " ""' ; 1 ; Call for Nurses Aides, j - Word received by tike local Red Cross chapter asking Immediate open ing of the tralnlBif course for nurses' aides, contained the Information that there Is an urttent call for nurses' a'des bet wee' the aea of 25 and 4h for service either here or over seas. The class being; conducted by Mrs. Kenneth Goodale, registered nurse. Captain l.U-uallrn's lutings ' rimffoctod. Captain Fred Llcuallcn, formerly a practicing; physician here and in Pi lot Rock, and recently wounded while in France, sent word to his wife yes terday in Portland by Lieutenant C. A. Thayer that while Captain- Lleual len's eyes, head and nose were severe ly burned, his lungs were unaffected. Uoutnant hTayer, In the letter to Mrs. Iyieuallen, said that a specialist has examined Captain Lleuallen's eyes and that the eyesight had not been affected. PLUSH In plain black, baby lamb'mole skin and molain, suitable for coats, collars and cuffs and trimmings. Also for scarf and muff sets. Yard $8.50 to $12.50 XMAS BOXES, s A great big assortment of Xmas Boxes, all sizes and kinds. Also a box specially to send the soldiers . in this country, made of heav board. . Xmas Boxes 5c to 50e Xmas Cards I 5c li3 ITiat will appeal to the business wo man as.wellj as those seeking a repa rate skfrt .foi'iSoqial occasions. Naturally the clever style bid for first mention, but your attention wiij ha ntt.rftfit.pf1 pfinallv to the substan tial and finished manner in which, d. they are tailored. , ,-" They are plain styles, better styles, pleated styles and tunic effects and of course pockets, girdles, sashes are generally and. effectuivery applied. The materials embrace all wool serge all wool poplin, . silks of various weaves, including Silk Faille, Char- meuse, Moonglo and; others. - $4.50 to $25.00. -,. 1 1 DEVONSHIRE CLOTH Absolutely guaranteed fast colors and offered in pleasing, patterns of checks, stripes, plaids, etc. Suitable for house dresses, rompers, boys'- waists and men's shirts. The yard . 45c CHECKED DRESS GOODS Made of excellent quality selected yarns in all size checks for dresses and suits; 42 to 56 inches wide. The yard $1.25 to $3.50 FANCY SILKS Offered in the season's newest colorings of plaids, checks and stripes, beautiful combinations of shades for dresses and skirts, 36 in. Yard . . .$1.79 $2.50 Price, mm n . 11 IViulp F.iniTsw'ney Hospital. j l'endleton people equipped the In-; tluenzA emergency hospital with lln ens besides supplying the uola for the( base hosltal In France, says Mrs. Kl- j mer Cleaver, head o.f the drive re-j cently completed here. Mrs- Cleaver j wishes to thank the 15 members of her committee who assisted in the drive, and also the people of this city who contributed. She says that the Chinese population in Pendleton were generous donnters of linen. All the articles will he shipped tomorrow and Mrs. Cleaver Is packlnu the seven boxes today. Boy. j. Howdy j If you only knew to bacco you'd get a pouch of Real Gravely today. Then you'd have a sat-. isfying chew, a good tasting chew. It lasts so much longer that any man can chew this class of tobacco without extra cost. ' goes further that's why you can gt the food taste of this class of tobac co without extra cost. rol 1 UN BRAND Real Gravely Chewing Plug 10$ a pouch-snd worthit $ Uhe Nash Six PERFECTED VALVE-IN.IIEAD MOTOR In the hands of user3 everywhere, the Nash Six 5-passenger car has proved itself an unusu ally practical investment. By carryingvbusiness men quickly and econo mically from place to place, it has established its value to the transportation of the nation... - Its Perfected Valve-in-IIead motor has unu sual power with greatest power at average driv ing speeds. " Its beauty and easy riding qualities are gen erally acknowledged. REMEMBER We can make immediate delivery. Cor. Cottonwood & Water St ' Thone 530 What & Belber VJ ardrobe Trunk' means to CZECH SOLDIERS FROM U. S. GOOD FIGHTERS PARIS, Now. 6. Hundreds of Czecho-Klovaks. mainly from ' Onto, Pennsylvania, Illinois and Minnesota, ; have had their first cracft at Frita And they've made good. . The Czech rookies, every one sreen In the art of soldiering, went Into acifi tion nualnst their hereditary enemies with tiny American flaBs fixed to their bayonets. The story of their scccess in their first enssjrement was told me by two priests upon their arrival In Parle from the front. They're "Yankee Csecho" and they're proud of their native land and their adopted country. One Is the Hev. Father Joseph I .Jvworski, formerly pastor of the Im maculate Heart church of Pittsburg. Ho la now a captain In the Czech le gion over here and ranking chaplain of the lefflon. Tho other Is the Rev. Father Al phonso Hlskup, erstwhile curate of Marie Cells church In tho Oak Tark district of Chicago. ' Father Biskup was the first Ameri can Ctaholic priest to enlist as a pri vate In the great war. In our opinion a Belber Wardrobe Trunk represents the last word in traveling convenience. Suits and Frocks are carried fresh and . un wrinkled, ready to wear without repressing when the trunk is opened. ;Hats,' fwaists, shoes, gloves and toilet articles have their special compart ments, always accessible. '(- ! ' These trunks are much easier to pack than others and they come with in the free baggage limit, avoiding delays and extra expense. They are exceptionally good looking and durable and we find that they always give great satisfaction. Various styles at attractive prices. Come in and . look them over. i Belber Wardrobe. $35.00 to $G5.00 Belber Army Lockers $17.50 to $25 Belber Bags. $6.50 to $35.00 Belber Suit Cases . .$7.50 to $30.00 Both priests told' of the Joy and. SOLDIER "GOING IN ther ranks o7 .Th.' le'hen They LEAVES JUCH BEHJND officially resrognkied by the Lnlted states soverninent. "The Cr.echs," said Father Biskup. "fully appreciate the value of liberty. I have been with them in battle. And they've shown that there, too. they can fife'ht as freemen should." Private-Fat her Btekup has been as signed to stretrher-beariy,g duty and has been cited for attending to the America ought to be proud of those wounded under heavy shell and ma- Czech rookies the way they went over; the top " ld Captain Jaworskl. 'ot Waver. "I didn't see one of them waver, al though they were green and the Ger man fire was terrific. Their losses were not severe, and they captured more Germans. than they sustained 'casualties themselves." Father Biskup enlisted as a private when ho found no arrangement had been made to provide Knights of Co Imbus volunteer chaplains for French units. the role of Pa's got oyer ea-fcing whrte bread mornings since we've had Post . Toasties soys PTs are helping win -the war chine gun fire. When he isn t busy being a private or Riving first aid physically, he takes up chaplain. with all In adversity. Jt Concrete Ship is It is In part economic. .We must meet the demand If w wish to build up American trade and strengthenvou$ resources In the economic, struggle, after the war. Success on Long Trip . i: PARIS, Oct. 28. The call to th trenches comes so suddenly that th soldiers In training or replacement camp over hero has to setp lively to brushing the cobwebs out of the peace paluce at The Hague. VAIGHAX Kl.KCTKU MAYOR. (Continued from Fae K get rid of personal property. He must !yes &; no--24. Oil, yes-83. no 4. not carry more than 60 pounds on his I precinct 36 Vaughan 41; Maloney back. Including rifle, rations. gasjjo; Moor house. 9; BU XS; Owen, 12; mask, mess kit, ammunition and Jack 45; Rice 47. Bonds, yes JT; n blanket. The Y. M. C. A.amp score-is; oil, ves 23: no 24. tary has the personal effects packed I Fourth; Ward-- -: I nnd shipped home to family or friends. Precinct 37 Vaughan 60; Maloney It savors finally of the soul if de- j Department of one battalion made it 30; Moorhouse 66: councilman. King mocracy. 'If wo truly believe in the jnecessary to send off three suit cases (35; Carney 37; Jack. 65. Hie 7i. brotherhood of all mankind wo can-0f watches, rings, cameras, service iBonds, yes 56; no 7. Oil. yes 81 no not choose but share our abundance 'papers, pictures and letters from sol-Is 8. dicrs' girls.. Precinct S Vaughaa J; Maloney You put the United War Work Campaign over the top and th boy over there will do the rest. $170,500,000 and every cent of it goes to keep the boys on their toes. xr. ROLL i 4 51; King 53; Carney 13; Jack 4u Rice 58; Bonds, yes 41; no 5. Oil, yox 26; no jj. I ' Precirat 39 Vaughan 42; MalonV 36. Balance returns locked In ballot boxes. Precinct 40 Vaughan 38: Maloney! 32. Balance returns locked In boxes. Precinct 41 Vaughan 80; Maloney 7S; Moorhouse 108; King 105; Car ney 43; Jack ill: Rice 129. Honda yes 784 ao 65. Oil. yes 38: no (5. Precinct 42 Vaughan. 42: Maloney 36: King hi; Carney 13; Moorhotisa 36; Jactc 4; Rice 62. Bonds yea 4u no 9. .Oil, yes 30; no 35. .With two precincts missing of the li in the city vote 'to repeal the Stand ard Oil franchise ordinance seems to hav. fcaan definitely defeated. Tha ordinance Is 116 In the lead and It 1 not thought the missing precincts caa decrease this lead, but will Increase it. All ttf as are talking aliout democracy. Tb- soldiers m hose prlaiot h this casualty list liave saf fered or died for It. Killed in Action. Corporal William E- Fallin, Canyon- vilie, Oregon. Corporal Mark J. Nosco. Buhl. Ida, lYlvnte Thomas HuntKy. Wairnto. Washington., Private 1-oy K. Hammer, Seltna. Oregon. , , .. Youmlcl Severely. Private Albert J. Huule, Ob'mpia, Washington. WoUIHlCtl, Private HI tH-egon. I'rlvute Harry Oldham. Portland, Oregon. Slislitly Wonwli-d. Private Kirby c. Hager, Portland. vrgun. Jtlvate Lester J. fhjw, Washington. IK-jrrve t'ndotermlned. iyd paulston, Silverton. Willaya, Get Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets Tbar is the Joyful cry ef thousand since Dr. Edward3 produced Ci; vo 1 aUti the substitute lor cciorrcL Dr. Edwards, a prac-Jcr-' '-Tric an for 17 years and c-loircfa tlJ f:-ij e wm discovered the formuia i'-t CHvolableni while treating pati-n.3 J.r cl---U - stipation and torpid I'v:.'. Dr. Edwards' C:iv i' -.:'3 " not contain calomel, t-J a tcili.ij, CXitJuog egetable laxative. . No cripin.-? h C'.z ' .:zr.' ci thc littla sugzr-CJc-tcd. ..'. -- S tublrta. They causo tlio lo- ... 1 ii.r ta act normally. Th.y v..j.. t-:i CxuK to unnatund nctk-n. '.,. " UyouhaveaVr-- : . r-:u'I. now and then a bad L - . 1 -X fceling sick heatla.-!.: ... .j 1 ver are constipated. ycj .1 1..: 1 ire and only plcisant r-su!!3 f.. ' if 'r ti"i t Oe Dr. EdwaruVti:..e V-ji-:i brdtima. Thousands ta!:e cm c r two isvtty Binbt Just to keep rifht. T'y 1'ic.u. IX kai toe per b. Ail d . -u.