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DAILY EAST OHECDNIAN, PENDLETON, 0HGE6n; WEfMSDAY, NOVEMBER 1918. ,.kt- - C Nbtices, Business Opportunities, Locals, Lost, Found, For Rent, Etc, Classified for Easy Reference; EIGHT-PAGES ! ' NEW TODAY ' SKW TO DAT. Bach new advortlsnmont will bq run under "it 1'odsjr" (or the first Insertion only. During subsequent Insertions of the ad It will .appear under It' proper classlflcstiun. YANK GIVES LIFE For Sal TO SAVE AVIATOR :"yANT19D C'hambermuld. Address X , , j thin office. LOST Sunday, Oct. 20, between , ..Btunfleld and Fendletun, an Hast- ttian kodak In black leather case, j Finder please write Evelyn Mortl,- n(ore, 23 Garfield St., l'eiidleton, or pp.one 7 9 9 It. Heward. ' j, . Vpfi SALE 30 yearling R. I. Red ,hens. J1.00 each, few cockerels, .9 f-EiO each; also 2 Hronze turkey turns. $8 each. Nellie Hopkins, Wes ton, Ore. . . WITH TlrH AMKItlfTAX All SIV K'OKTJtWKST OF VKIUHJJf, Nov. 6. J.lciit. Wilbur W. wiilto, an American avlulor. liullliiK from New York city, sacrificed lib life - trt save art 'ificicrkmd flyer In IiIm group-. Tho iiovhw was atr lucked by a German and unublo to vanquish lilm with ' muclilne-fcuri flro, Whlto di-lllH-rately crashed IiIm niurhiuo Into a IIKiio', en abling tlio other American to ce cals. , While had a wiro and two children at homo. V ' FOR RENT Large front room of , rnudarn house, 310 Turner. Phone VANTKD Good second hand bicycle, I'buiiB 190 or in. - .- JU-Kf AVSM K IMMKWATKLV AI(IS, Nov. 0. It Ih believed hero that tlci-iimny will Indicate soon, l'er- hn tomorrow, whether sho will shu Mui-shu vxMh for the allied armistice terms. The (.(TmuiM must answer "Yes or No Immediately, if tlie uruHont conditions aro not to be niutla even imiro severe. . , , BALB Modern houns and fou lota with garage. 226 Jane St. Pen dleton. Ore. 8. B. Butler, 1113 Indiana Avenue. Bpokane, Woahington. FOR SALE Choice apples. 7,6e per buck. Bring your sacka. k. u, uur. lingame. Hill Top Farm, Walla Walla. FOR SALE Full blood R.. Is. i B. Cockerel. Early March hatch from srVnng laying strain. Extra good col or; weighing from f; to .. . pounds. Phone ion. . "' '' . COH SALE Jersey heifer,. S mo. old. fcnqulr 2J6 Long St., or phone 478 W. FOR SALE Full blood S. & White- Leghorn pullets. F. A. Gordan, Jr. I'hone 4 8. . TIIHEK (iENKIIATIOXS OF WOMBS For three generations women of this country have tmed and recom mended In their children and chll- ATTENTION', LADIES Uooverlze ; dren's children the use of that ftt- and take your old suits and furs to ! nious old root and herb remedy, Ly- be remodeled to tho "Model Tailors and Cleaners," 845 Muin St. ,, UAAiii. di:fkxi.s cnoNTimi AMNTKHOAVf, .,Xov.. 6 llatarln ban sent truM UY deflnfl lis fnmtlcx 'asraliuit dhlmiHlerf AuHlrlun itoldierg," ays a aiiibicii oirunii di--iutc-li f . Vegetable Com- FOR SALE Good live general mer cantile 'business. Good stock, line location In lumbering district. Wil liams & Williams, Dexter, Ore., Lane county. FOR SALE Milch cows. Also 20 head stock ' cattle. Phono 760 W. 801 Hassle, corner Court. 1 Wanted WANTED lood,; cleun rag at The East Oregonlan otfice. Alj)TEO-rSewin, pboua 481-W. WANTED llrl general housework. t In family. Wages tit. Writ Mrs. T. O.. Sinclair,. Bonneville, Ore. HEMSTITCHING at the Singer shop. Mail orders promptly attended to. WANTED Experienced girl at The Palm. t2i Vain street. WANTED High sobool boy, 1 years or older, with blpycle for evening messenger work. . Apply Bunuay morning, o'clock; Western Union Telegraph Co. WANTED To hear from .owner of good ranch for sale. State cash price, full description. D. F. Bush, Minneapolis. Minn. WANTED Modern 4 or 6 room fur nished or partly furnished house, not too far out, or ( or 3 room nicely furnished apartments for two. No children, mother and daughter. Phone 682 or write Uux J61. FOR SALE Spring chickens. Wione &31. 500 Cottonwood street. It is now up to us to lay by such stores that when the war ends and shipping is released, hunger and star- dla E. Pinkham's pound, until today It is recognized i vatlon may be averted from the mul everywhere as the standard remedy . titudes who are victims of Germany for woman's ills. It contains no Nar cotics or harmful drugs; is made from roots and herbs of the field un der the most sanltury condition,' and any woman suffering from such ail ments should be sure to give It a trial. EXPERIENCED Stenographer wltn knowledge of bookkeeping, wishes position. Apply this office. and of tha war. America' must 'build up reserves to carry us oyer the harvest period and to protect' u against Ithe lean years that may come.. ... .. r nTl v'-- : ' FZ&. '"J-,. -..-. i' . . WANTED Woman or girl for gen eral housework. Must be experi enced and no objections to children. Address Box BR2, Adams. Ore. BRITAIN RAISES SERB ARMY PAY LONDON, Nov. . The British gov. ernment has decided to add an ad ditional five francs a day to the pay of every officer in the Serbian army. This additional pay will be given as a gift during the next three months. Bulletin to Housewives! Get the beet out of the ast green vegetable and fruit stews, hashes, Halaas, soups, scallops, plain boiled or creamed. Don't draw On the winter reserves until S'ou have to. -Food Administra tion. For Rent APTS. , AND ROOMS ALI A A.PT8, FURNISHED APT. Hamilton Court HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS. 0l Olay fOR RENT SLEEPING room. Willow. Phoae 482R. 1 DOWNSTAIRApartment. 401 Aura. WHEAT RANCH for lent, i miles from town. Address Box ta. Pen dleton, Ore. - FURNISHED APARTMENTS . close In. 777 Thompson. , . Attorney! fRcn K." ' SCHMIDT. Attorney Law. Room 14, Smith-Crawford Bldg. D. W. BA1LET, Attorney at Law, Rooms 7. s, t, Deapain Building. GEORGE W. CQUTTS, Attorney at Law, Room 17, Schmidt block. CARTER sV SMYTH B. Attorneys at Law. Offies In rear of American National Bank' Building. FEE 4fc FEE, Attorneys at Law. Of fices In Despaln Building. IVOR RENT Furnished rooms and apartments. 407 W. Alta. Phone 1177W. 1 t (OR RENT On Locust Hill, modern liouae. inquire Kaipn roinom. Nice sleeping rooms, 723 Aura. FOR RENT 2000 acres of bunch- grass land until March 1st; 1919. Good sheep rane. Tom Gibson, Box J2, Pilot Bock, Ore. lelephone Farmer 2X2 Pilot Rock. WAR M ROOMS for winter. Furnace heat, electric lights, bath, reason able. - The Perkins. 621 Willow. . FOR SALE Ford car, nearly new. Intiulro Stroble Cigar stored FURNISHED ROOMS AND house keeping droorns, 642 Cottonwoo street, next to Wheeler studio. R. L. KEATOB, Attorney at Law ' Room 24, Smith-Crawford Building. 3. A. NEWBERRY, Attorney at Law. Smith-Crawford Building. PETERSON A BISHOP, Attorneys at Law. Rooms, 2 and 4( t SmHb Crawford Building.' " JAMES B. PERRY, Attorney at Law. Office pv'er Taylpr Hardwar Com-papy. RALEY AND RALEY, Attorneys at Law. Office In American National Bank Building. S. A. LOWELL, attoney and counsel lor at law. - Office In Despaln Bids. Farm Implements THE .NQN-SKJ?" WEEDER gets all I the weeds the urist time ot r ino i field. Saves one-tnira tne time ami does lots better work. Ordor now. Pendleton Weeder Works, 632 Cotton- nod street. Doq't think because you have taken many remedies in vain that your case is incurable. Hood's Sarsaparilla has cured many seemingly hopeless cases of scrofula, ..caturrh. rheumatism, kldr ney complaint, dyspepsia .and general debility, il'aka J-iood'i t f'n t t America's great task Is still to res cue and restore the 180.uuo.uoo people ho are doomed to starvation un less help comes quickly. This Is In rtdition to the 120,000.000 allied peo ples. All are victims of Germany and the war. This taskis more than a wofk of benevolence. It Is the great consummation of the crusade for de mocracy, ad wjll require" the personal cooperation and. - Individual aid ot every American." V. S. food Admin istration. ( -. T ' : ' . f Why not assbma rbat youf n tenant Is a reader ot the classified noV get lq touch with him at once? ' WAJtT an COMTMW io CLASSIPIKD UIHKCTORV. - 'Counting six ordinary vorda to , the line and charged by , ?. the line. ' Want sds and locals, . Rates Per l.lae First Insertion, per line He 'Each add. Insertion, per line-, (a One week (six insections), each Insertion, per line. to f mo. each Insertion, per ine 4o .6 month contract, each .in-"1' c sertion, per line '. . So ; 12-month Oontract, each lnr sertion, per line : So ..No ads taken for less than 2&c Ads taken over the telephone only from East. Oregonian sub scribers and those listed in the - Telephone Directory. Copy must ' be in our office not later 'than ' 1:30 o'clock dsx of publication. Notices Takcu Vfi. There cam to my pbir.S on Wild Horse creek, about Oct. 1, 11, on red ehoat, right ear cut off. Ownur can have same by paying chsrKns. . E. TKOXEC box 70s, city- Farm Land For Sale 49 Acos Domplew WlHWt Itam h. In the heart ut the famous. Itaitle i rial country of Adams' county Washington. Land lays perfectly level, 320 acres In good., elean sum merfallow, 3J0 In stubble- fiood s of farm buildlnga Two miles lo good market, on f!oe niacad.-m. roan. Price t'Ji per acre. Including al stock and machinery, to run the place, 20 tons of hay and Other feed. some household furniture, ror full particulars see or writ Patsy K. Clark. Rltzvllle, Wash, For SitlC " ' Rye and white winter barley. W. Collins, Pendleton. H. Found FOUND On Pendleton-Echo roaa, tail .lamp and license No 2B3B4. Owner can have same by calling at this office and paying charges. ; . Auctioneers Draymen CALL PENLAND BROS.' VAN t3 move your household goods. . Tele- Phone 339. ' Also baggage ring and. heavy hauling. tranafer- COI.. 1M. sv YOIINKA. . Auctioneer. make a specialty of farmers stock and machinery sales- "The' man .that gets you the money. Leave orders at East Oregonlan Office. . . TIME CARD '. ' ' ,'. Weston-Pendleton Auto Staao . Leaves Weston for Pendleton at 7:S a- m. and 12:45 p. , " Leaves Athena for Pendleton at 8:09 a. m- and 1:09 p. m. Leaves' Adams' for Pendleton at 1:29 a- m. and 1:20 p- m. -Leaves Pendleton (Allen-Knight Store) for Weston at 10 s m. and 4:00 p. m. . SS 1- . Second Hand Dealers V. STROBLE. dealer in new and sec ond hand goods. Cash Paid fir second hand goods, cheapest place to buy household goods. 210 E. Court. Phone 271 W. ' ; A majority of classified message nay be clearly tolc in lee than "fifty URIC ACID IN MEAT a CLOGS THE KIDfllVs TAKH A tiLASS or SAf.TS IF Vl'lt I HACK Jbl HITS Vir" iy.ADDi.lt ..t, IM frMT-'iut VfLD FEAR HOVVj SEIZES fiERMAHS men nnd wotnen KAISER FLIRTS WITH' RADICALS, SOCIALISTS Piave Crossing in Fire. i The American 'Inust guard ptinstuntly iy;aliist Sidney nil our food Is rich- Our bood Is filled .Wants Democratic Militar- with uric acid which the kidneys j ilrlu. I., ruin, mi, Ihnu uonlten frnm I overwork, because sluuKlsh; the elim I Inotlve tissues clog and the result is I kidney trouble, bladder weakness and a general decline In heath. j ism in Cloak of Mili tant Democracy. I f nvnnv V..- S Tlin flfi'mnn ,, When your kidneys feel like lumps . awakened' to the fact! throne is a source of strength and ln- of lead: your back hurts or the urine tmt (ht.y ufo b(nlnrt to lose tno war! splratipn tq the people." h cloudy, full of sediment or you are . .,.h. -.n i,iw i,ve xoreari This notation Is typical of the obllh-ed to seek relief two or three i ,,e'I(rP8I,,on , (;,.rii,any; and the sur- change In censorship. Newspapers in governing them. ' jup the responsibility and saving their - The Munich Post Is unimpressed hy jown necks. his plan to shunt on to "people's rep- . i' ; 1 resentatlves" the odium attached tofir jnfr nf T4alv Watfipe ' u.lfli.ii,l Initinirlntr tiia II ( fa fir-i O J . " T ' lt'. - ' ThlnliS WUIicIni ilad. The Post thinks he's "out of his bead." and intimates as much; it calls him "blind." and .still publishes even after this: . "F-or more than thirty years Wil helin II has ruled, hut the soul of the German people is still to bring him as a sealed book. The kaiser seems to -have become deaf and -blind to what Is passing. Me is an incur. uoie romanticist. Mis speecnes snow through what bliarre spectacle he sur veys the world. At a time like this, none would be bold enough to assert that the occupant of the imperial dr- disorders. . . - . Jad Salts is Inexpensive; cannot in anre. makes a oomnu... , ! trlst demanding litnui-water oeyei.". a.-u .ei every home, because nobody can make a mistake by having a good kid ney flushing any time. fcPlKS CAI'HK lAtHS OF THRKK V. 8. ARMY HITS PARIS, Nov. 6. A vessel carrying three portable American urmy hula foundered In tho Lac de Uriens, near Inlerluken. Switzerland. The),-iuts, which' were manufactured by a twlss concern, were lost. The value was $3000. U-boats are not suspected, but spies are, says a Swiss paper. 1 1 mm democratization.".-.. ,' I The kaiser is trying to save nss nccK and as much of bis authority as he can by flirting with the radicals, socialists and that section of the cell- parlinmcntariza- tic-n." Having advised- the people, "Gather around me!" he hopes to get away with a cabinet headed by somebody who looks like a democrat with a lit tle "d" and including socialists of a kind. . What he wanls Is "democratic nilli tarism.". masquerading as "mllitunl deuiocracy." Hence his recent, statement: "l desire llmt ttij German people shall c-operafe njuro effectively than hitherto in deciding the fate of the fatherlund." and that men "sustained y the people's trust" ehull co-operate 'A When your head aches, it is usually caused by your liver or stomach getting, out of order. These "sick, headaches" quickly disappear as soon as the stomach is relieved of its bilious contents. Right your stomach and 1 regulate and tone the Hyer with Dcccham's' Pills,, which rapidly improve conditions and promptly Help Headache T Directions of Special Value to Womea are with Evsry Bos. Solo py druggist throughout the werld. n boxes, ?0c, 25c times during the nliiht; if you suf-' . . h ailelt carried home In are now permitted to discuss the crl fcr with sick headaches or dissy, nor- a u of UermlM1. tho realiasiilioii sis in all that It Involves another ev- vous speels, acid stoinacn. or iou . d,.feat. have rheumailKm when the weather j riinlc, f'er an(1 bluster have gripped Is bad. get from your pharmacist (ho wlin0 cml)lr0- about four ounces of 4ad balls; take. KVeIyb()Uy in uermany. from the a tablcHPoonful In a class of water be-, kafMr ,() ,,, lBboreP( H widly loek foro breakfast for a tew d;is and your ffjr omcuodv wln tt patent dom-kidneys-wllMhen Act-fine. This fa-1 , ( ,uculo the bU1c!) na avort moils sails Is made from the acid .of ; al(tltaU,r grapes and lemon Juice, .combined, ' I(-nK-racy the Key. '; With llthla, and has been used for And (hi8 h()1,ee8s 8eltrch haft generations to flush and stimulate , evolvc(J ,, tne Blaml,eda toward .CloKKi'U Kioneys; 10 Uoids in-the rlne nn- It no longer Is a j source of Irritation,-thus ending-blad . ITALIAN HBADQIMRTBHS ON THK PIAVE.-' NOV1.1 6. King Victor Hmmanuel saw-the allied soldiers make the difficult cross ing of the Piave river is the fi nal drive' agains't -Austria,' 'He was- dressed as iisutl, in a uni form niude of the same material as that of the private soldiers. The king was under' the fire of the Austrian guns and was at various points where gas shells and shrapnel were falling. He spent much time near, where there was a heavy bombardment to prevent the allied passage of the river Leaving It to Foch is one of the Idenco ot the rulers' bops of dividing i best things a harried world can do. BOY SCOUTS 10 REFOREST ITALY is made; principle , OF ORGANIZATION Coa!v Shortage Has Been Disaster in Country War History. By HEXRY WOOD (United Press staff Correspondent) HOME, Noc 6. To tho Boy gcoutft of Italy has just been entrusted the nation-wide propaganda for refores tation. . ,f Results the boys may obtain prob ably will count as one of thfc fAoAt f ficient services ever rendered to a state DOINGS OP THE DUFFS , Jt Was Too Late )Vhep Thev Decided to Go. By Altaian . - !' H.UHI. l 0 CEftfAMiJl-rJ aEE,NIUBOB WIU ffefeStflSgftl Voo pur a i auwavs J bb aoBPpiseo who! mmssmmrnmmmmmssm cmn jtJt pisiiBfiM " ' ' l laiii -iiih.i ii r-ii.im..., -rrn-mrl )M-f if". I TBn i-),- mti'Sr ;S ICV St tTWLr mew --m, f Ww J9 a M l j I '' , . " - -til IV . J5r;':''L' JIM by this organization, which has attain edfullv s; e;reat porportlons )n taly as It has in the United States. The Boys Scouts of Italy beginning at once will not only give their own hnln In tha u , 1 1 1. 1 u . r 1.- nf WfnreStfL- ftiun, but will Inculcate it as' one of. the cardinal principles of "then- or ganization. ' " H '' While refoa-estation long has been one of the vital problems facing Italy, it has become doubly Inportant as a result of the past two years of war Italy has no coal supply, and her rail ways, factories and Industries general ly are dependent upon coal fields of England and America. ' Fuel Shortage Disaster '-'Decreased'lmportatlon of coal caus ed by war created a coal shortage in Italy that was one of the Important factors contributing to Italy's military disaster last fall. ' The Shortage, which was at its acutest point Immed iately following the Italian retreat, threatened to entail even still greater military disaster, and to prevent this the Italian government has recourse to Its forests for sufficient fue to keep the railways and munition factories going. Olive wood was chosen aa the best wood fuel for railways, and hundreds of thousands of Italian olive trees have hbf-en cut down. Rurnlnn of the olive wood resulted In ruin of hundreds pf lrcomotlves and burning of thousands of acres of crops along the railways, buj It tided over the situation until the allies aranged for larger Importa tions. Italv still Is recelvelng hundreds of thousands of tons of coal less than her n. Inlniuni needs, and as a consequence she Is obliged to continue obliteration if her forests with the certainty that In the end she must suffer front It all of the evils that have been sustain ed In China, the Fnlted States and other countries by the denuding of the fi-rests. ' J5very railway station. In- Italy Is a renter of greut deposits. of firewood which Italy Is holding for emergencies should her coal supply again be dimin ished. Hundreds of thousands of sol diers are cutting down wood and haul ing It to railway centers. Chaplain Leads 'Over Top."' CHICAGO, fiov.' 6.- Col. Abel & IJnvj, commander ot the 132d lnfon rry. and Father O'DomieU of St. Pat rick's church, the chaplain, both seis ed rifles and accompanied their regi ment over .the top In a recent engage ment, according to a letter received by M- J. O'Malley, superintendent of Uecond class matter at the Chicago postoffice, from his son, John M. . O'Malley. regimental sergeant-major. "The 13 2d has been over three times since Sept. 12," Sergt O'Malley wrote. "CoL Davis and Father O'Malley. car rying rifles and bayonets on them., were In the lead. This regiment, vhlch has been In the thick of every fight, has surely made for Itseir a great name-" GRANDMA NEVER LET HER HAIR GET GRAY SHK KKI'T lllllt LOCKS DARK AD tiLOSSY. WITH SAGE TEA AS1 SIXPIII H. Poetic tustice seems to demand that the bolshevlsm that Germany Inflicted upon hapless Russia return upon Ger many." And poetic Justice has a way of coVinelling the fulfillment of Its demands. ; - . FEEL PROM THAT COLD? Colds and coughs are qnlckly relieved by Dr. King's New Discovery Notdy should fed "perfectly m! frablcr from a cold, ccuga or bronchial attack for very long. Tor it takes only little while to relieve :t a ad get back rat the roxd to reeg'very -ueo Or King's New. Discovery 13 faithfully liscdT. It soon loosens the phlegm- re lieves frritatioa, soothes the urcaed, sore throat, brings comfort. Half a century old and more popular today than ever. 60c and ?120. llaka Tour Bowels Behave Make them function with gratifying precision. If regulation of the diet docs not relieve thaV torpidity Dr. King's New Life Pills wilt. They are perfect u towel drainers, cksnse taa system surely. torofQnab! 25c When you darken your hair with Sage and Sulphur, no one can tell, be-tc-H, because it's done vo naturaly, so evenly. Preparing this mixture. though, at home is nuijsy and trou blesome. At little cHt you can imy at any drug store the ready-to-use 1 preparation. Improved by the addition of other ingredients called Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound-" You just dampen a ponfre or soft brush with it and draw thi through your hair, taking one small strand at a time. By morning all rray hair dis appears, and, after another applica tion or two, your hair becomes beau tifully darkened, glossy and luxuriant Uray. faded hair, though no dis grace. Is a sign of old aKf, and as we all desire a youthful and attractive apivearance. get busy at once with Veth's Snge and Sulphur Ouiipmtitd and look years younger. This reudy-to-use prt-putaLioti is a delightful toi let rctiutaite and not a medic Ine. It Is not intended for the cure, mUIaj I (( or I'lvn '''n of ht , CORAt. ! in Z A t tfEMECVFOnMiilJ.