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PAGE SIX DAILY FAST OREGONIAN, TENDIXTON, OREGON, THURSDAY,' NOVEMBER 28, 1918. i x HOUSEHOLD I. Damon LodKe No. 4. K. ol P., held ts annual election last nicht. The , ,., .. 1 1 , j following Knights were selected for U'rom (he East oremmlun, November . . , ,.,... , c M. Tiirnep, V. CV, H. A. Thompson Household IllrftK '.with this Instead of Krease. There I. Among ttm Utah kg In tho platform i hf pupils of the publlo arhool.f Duet, , If you wlsh-io make sweet' milk wtU,.b no smoke, or oilor and the the party ore demands for on elKht-j Jennie Krlsbin and Grace. Welch;' miur tmmcditcl, add two teaspoon- , . ..,., .,,,.,., ,, ,.,.i,.i.,m hv fulB Of vinegar to ono cup milk. I , If concressiiieii should make it their livlmr- r..n.iil.i ooiillv of men and I .ossla Monrhollse. Klsle Fulsnm. Hoy' , Mlm bnrene I'nrker, home, demon-' In frying griddle enkes wipe the business to depose, that doddering old v. omen In government and Industry, Haley. Blarie Ilowers, Grace Tillard, .,, .., has had several re!r,,1 ver with !lo of raw tur. ,enorlt.v rule their conHtituents would and a. direct capital tax. j Khired Waffle. Clifford Salisbury i .irattlon Kent, has had -even t ip .d u wlU not have to be resl. apPtau.l heartily. . ' . ' and l,lllhn Kpple. from l'm"" COUn'y omcn When veins gelatine put in a sauce- . , , , i A couple of quartz loads have been' Mr recli.es for making sirup from Pan to soak en that it may be easily! Germany should so live that some I t -r-r; ' Btmclc on tho farm of Israel Wood, I waste apples. m iuohiih iu. wi. ...a, u u i.m i owive. aHy American people will send it a I . , I near Sweet Home. Tho rock bus lowing tested recipe. , to keep ptmentnee after removed stIltlle of nhvrty to sot up in the iO ItAiU AClU ! been sent toon assay office. jtemove ine iimi o. tut-. Bi wom i'n:bight 0f Hcltjtoland. older by boiling the cider with pre- in slnss jar and ourer. with oliva oil. 1 ' clpltated chllk (calcium carbonate Jor When combining- the hot. milk and irft EVAIYKItS. HAM 1 whiting, by using three fifths of an tomato or tomato , bisque, to avoid , KTA!SVK1, WltlSK.NOKU ounce of the chalk tobtainanlo at any .curdling, pour tho tomato Into the hot ' drug store) for each gallon of cider. 'milk. . j ' l'.ring to a hoti and boll vigorously fori Never dip a cup into flour, but put I rK,NCH AL.BEIIT, Snsk.. Nov. 2?. flvo minutes removing foam .and the sifted flour into cup by spoonfuls 'victor .Carina and Joan Kuptiste efaim as fast as formed. , Tour tnte and level it off with edce of knife. st ermaln, draft evaders.: who nur contalners us tall as are available, two ! in using oil of peppermint in fla- !ered Corporal Horsley and James quart Mason jars .will do. or even voring take a tiny bit up on the end' McKay at Steep Creek, amr who after bl preserving kettles. let stand of a toothpick and it will not be too ! war1s nefended themselves 1 n self quletlv Tor four or five hours, then wrong. ' ... ;conairucted trenches, wei captured carefully pour off the clear liquid. Doughnut will not absorb the fat !In starving condition ear the Saakat throwmg away all the sediment at if you put 1-4 teaspoonful of ginger chewan river Sunday morning, accord th bottom. Boll the clear liquid ,into tha duush. The Sliice .wUl. not .ln tQ information received here to- .a....ii.. j u .trim mmnrlnn n It affect the taste. Idav. - , .... , . Th .;r.,n'ui,iiit.i boil at t When' making Jam or marmalade I The. men were e ArJL Parraheit.' . Jyou can save sugar by adding one The sirup ia placed in botties CHICAGO LAItOISr-US rt)UM XKW PAISTV CHICAGO, Nov. 2. The Chicago Federation of Labor Sunday voted to in found hiding In a straw-stack on the north bank of the or cuuful of annles. cooked soft, to each river and were taken without a strug- Mason Jars and sterilised by placing quart of fruit. The pant will not only '" They were very weak from hun- Ihn mnm ners In boiling war, .,-i.. .. " .u -v.i i..... - . minutes, starling at lower tempera- quickly, thus saving fuel, and the na tures to prevent breakage. If thelvor will be improved, whole outfit 1 then allower to cooli food that is cooked too quickly slowlv the little sediment in the sirup loses its flavor. The successful cook will settle to tho bottom and leave a regulates the heat in all her cooking, clear. brUht verv pleasing mild sirup! Salt can take the place of fat in with a delightful apple flavor. .baking pancakes. Make a small bug, form an "Independent lubor party jjote jjy further boiling tho cider fill It with salt and rub tho griddle ( (hlcago, Illinois and, the nation. It can be reduced: to oia lasnioneu "apple Jack" this being done when the simp molds like jelly and can be cut with a knife. Later this apple Jack can be diluted w ith water aoc j boiled, with added sweetening to make apple butter. j Deposed royal personages can still , gratify their taste for the gorgeous l becoming doormen in the Swiss hotels where they lodge. as, isi.ii Mrs. M. C. Means has from A MliL.tir i,t,.,.L- .. r .1 ..,. K..ln Tho following ., 111 l... :,u, !H"d us J en tomorrow night in the opera house' I A. - ' ! it. rerovrreu' .... . ,, ,, ,., , ...,-,. Meyer, M. of 10x.: If. I M. of F.; 1j. Q. Frazlor. M. at BETTER AND 5 r v t .. f SOITEBUCnT is assured by the use of some of those beautiful fixture of oura. They give a light that illuminate the room perfectly, but that does nut tire or strain the eyeaj They m sot expen sive considering tnelr extra ef ficiency and ertra beauty. Why not at leaat see themt I. L. VAUGHAN Mens Overcoats - No war time prices. These were bought be fore the big advances and are less than today's wholesale price. . . Men's Ovfrooats ' $.S0 til $IN.r Men's Mackinaw, emit -j 7.5 In ll.IM( Hoys' MHcklnaw Coats " $5.15 to .. Men's Kults -....'.. '"" Men s l laun.'l Khll'lN a'5H 10" Men's Heavy Cotton I'nloii Hulls $1.50 and f I.H3 Men's Prt WihiI tlnloii Hulls a.'t " "" Mill's WtMifKox 50o 1 T.V l.nli'K' Fl'It Kllppcrs 5o l J.H5 Men's Kelt HllpiH rs Mo 10 1.5 lillili-on s Kelt Sllll-rs , 9l-2i to 1.45 Come in and look over our line of Holiday specials, the quality and prices will appeal to you. , -. .. ( ." f , .: The 32 Sample Stores. lib 745 Main St IT PUTS THE "PEP" Into Peotiron. The Combination t .... Pepsin. Mux, Iron, Celery. ! ' This is what makes Pent iron of , wondcrfii! therapeutic value, and so . siiewssful after inrluenza, the ?ri j and in blood and nerve troubles, , anemia, palcm-ss. nervous weakness ; and the exhatiKtin? worry and ans- j j-v oi-er the world war. t "t is a real iron Mood and nerve ; tonic, eseciallr licnefirial in the; weakness following the inlluenzn and ; prip, to worn-out, brain-fusjrd me, I delicate women, si hool-tired frir!,! nnd to, fat-trrowir.ir boys.- invalids, and cnvaUsiC'.ts. the aired and in-f-firm. It actually iuts imn, a natural, Wtrenclh.-nef, ibto the Wood, an rii Jstorcs the wasted red eorposclet I jYourdruBsit law its great inerifc f-"-r -f- Willi tfte AHieriGaitEed Gross' i . V.I ! t ".V mm ', From " THE PENDLETON 1 DRUG CO., f)urig Closing Hours Piione464 , This store . has, f our residence 1 phones con nected with store. 464 will "; get one of them for you in emer gencies during closing hours. The Pendleton Drug Co. Prescriptions Or Other Emergency Drugs a may be had after 15 P. M. by calling 6:30 resi- a 1361 'tor 1SS r i .. . v . if 0 Ixaiiinjr Drugglsta. SI ' ' v-v it ?1 . V s.jc i. arijii'.- .,iiii.jm j. . u . " n' f ' V " i';VI -trs-i ' ? v. li rft: :,l t'f- K L ' i v- M ; . I" ,ili H rC . " t Sin J ) I 8 if, 1 ...... I B . at . M w. ,..-ii,W,!V,fll', "I ' s ......... mm -7 1 , . -Mr 1 American Red Cro hadquartef- tn Jerusalem, near the Jaffa gate. Scene photooraphed upen the occasion of the formal opening of the building. July Fourth. ' - ' ; '. 2 Oenerat Alienor rrlvie9 for tlie Fourth of July celebration of (he American Red Cress In Jerusalem.', teeived by Colonel Flnley, .head 'of. the Commis sion to Palestine. " 1 - S Fleeing before the Turks, this Syrian family owning large estate east of the Jordan, find a camping place on the Mount of Olives. (Photo from American Red Cross.) . ' '; 4 Orphan children. Syrians. .Armenians, Jews and bttier nationalities, are cared for by the Syrian and Palestine Relief Fund, assisted by the American Red Cross, In the Austrian Hospice building In Jerusalem. 5 When the children fled from Es-Salt. east of the Jordan, to. Jerusalem, their teachers follow- fn- in their exile and here are a few of them. (Photo from Ame ncu Civs,.; f The Bishop of Jerusalem (central fijure In white) who attended the formal pening of the American Red Crosa activities In Palestine. July Fourth. 7 Armenian refugees from far-away provinces In Asia Minor found shelter tn Jerusalem ard were fed and clothed by the 8yrlan and Palestine Relief fund, assisted by the American Red Cross. Near the Jaffa cate In Jerusalem stands the henl';"is -;- nt the'Ameri tti Hod Cross ln Palestine. 1 i1 .M' j-ou know, perhaps you ilo not know, that followins the rwlnnmtion of Hie Holy Land by the r.iiilsli troops, un der the li.-ailerbhlp of General Sir Kil mund AHi'tihy, the Amerhan Ili'd Cross was early In the fii ldlo carry on It giftt iiunwiniinru.i.1 tf:Iit.!n. coroniis'.ifc tcoile"! Iy John IL TL"?t eta:e coim.'iissioner of edui-a-tion of .V'ct Turk, other memhers be ing E. St. John War.!, Slajur Waters arifl .Mujor I.ovvi.nsi."in. lt in-ath a xiiirmi; sun, tvith no Loom In? of f.'imio.'i. pxci'pt thin " hh li came ot-i'asiDii.illr fro'n tlie front out toward Ji riiho. a-ruxK Ihe hills, the Amerh-un Eed CroKS formally InaifSnruted Its n-.t'i III I'uleKlli.e Slid ftlehrated the Nut icnnl holi'hiy on July KourJi. t.'a hiejrnmis, mariy d.iys iichi.vc'1. lohl of '.he celebration at Hie t line, ami now. after devious wanderings ea rouie, the account of the niTiiir in detnil has rewi'ri t'.e i jilonn, I.'-r''.'C.'Vr cf u iieft fjros In Wnshifilon, V. C, Jwtetlier vl't a vr.'vr of ' fr tic.fn, s.me of whli-ri H wonm seem t IHenilly tjiU.-n from an IliUKlruled edliioo of ti e Holy I'.ihle. The luN-'on of (lie American Red Crr f I'h: siIh is h-t 'explained bri.-y la tl.j trords of Colonel Klnley V - i f- , iV ' . vjf A1 h 8 t ! a .f a ? "i v iy'A,VH''' 'v. - i'i) i f i t " r a .C"J," MfV- l ' IL a. "v, 5 r-!f ' Vr " trork that we particularly n-nli-nme ."Our civoperntlfin. 1 am chid lo preet Jlo Americans to Jerusalem anil espe cially the liteinhers of the Aim-ri'-an Bed Cross Cinitiiiission to l'lilesLine on industries, plows, uatcr pipe, ftanltnry eitipiueiit and niurh else, that have :::l.o.-i.n!y o-i.eHteO 3t-ir u..Kt.,'n.i. .t.eir National hoMdiiv Colossal Undertaking. Since the Inauguration of the work on July Fourth, accordlnjj to recent ca ble advices, the American llt'C t.'ross has extended lis territory of M'rvlce ro Include all of Mie occupied urea iiud hut nlll olliinntely contribute, as we h'ipe, to the rehabiiltntion of the land that has In many parts been permitted to deteriorate tiil it seems that Isaiah's prophecy of destruction has couie upon it." Allcnby Welcome American Red Cross. General Alienhy, In khaki and cover tv3 R'th oust from his ride of twenty miles across the hills from general headquarters, was a powerful figure In the distinguished assemblage. A niftn w ith a determined, face ami with the kindliest eyes, he Is Just the type of commander the civilized world would wish to lend It In the recovery of its Iltily I.uimI Id replying -to Coluiiet f'in-li-j 't welciime, he spoke briefly, in part, as follows : "Siiii-h has been done In Jerusalem since I entire( here in company wlih the heads of the French and Italian de tachments on December 11, l'.M7. At that time Ihe American Military At fncl.e .;;o)r.:.n'(i firii 1 -rimrn,-her that be assured me of the very (.;rf' ,W"r of o'erl'v V the cijt.. tore of Jerusalem and In the Vnture development of the country. TIioiikIi there were no American troops partici pating at that time, for America had not declared war on Turkey, yet I was assured that the heart of the American on that mcmomhle day In his address ! people would respond wilh peculiar In- ef welcome to General Alienhy. Hie y-rcrcd ; t st of (he occasion, w hich t- r-- ds as follows: vve huve brovKlit surajlcal nnd med ical wrl.-, medical, etii-lneerJns, It., dustrl 'l and solnl skin, iiia'orini f..r ler.-st to he L'p'-ecl r.f t.he fiCW o.por- ttiiilths for the development of the Sacred J-and. Then is Ineiiiahle a certain amount o,des:ruction In war. jjoa liave iome-to belp set rijiht the wrnnr-e end tn rebuild whnf m:l'ttrv the control of the I'.ritish. of which General Kir Arthur Money is the mili tary governor. This means a colossal unilerftiklns anil one w-hicb II Is Impos sible to visunii.e at this distance. It means that In Jcmsiilciii alone the American Hed Cross hospital, which, by the way. is located in one of the spacious buMdines of the I:us;iian Com pound, Is tilled to lis capacity. Hint the bacteriological laboratory Is in full op eration and that a children's hospiiul of twenty bcil.- lias been opened. In addition to this two hundred patients are cared for dally ut the clinic and dispensary, and inedh-al service is also given In larioiis children's Institutions. On the crest of Mmnt Z!nn. sur rounded by a beautiful irarden. an or phanage has been established this is the pirls' orpli:ii::ie. A boys' orpliau at has also been opened, iiicliiilin a small school for (he blind. Approxi mately four iiillidnti children are be lli;.' looked afier In these liisiiint'ons. Then there Is a d:iy nursery, comlucicd along lines simihir to those in America, f-r the accoimiiodiiiion of children whose mothers aro employed during liie any. For i:ussTnn pilgrim women, sfr.-ind- i-4 ht Jerusalem, the tied Cross intu- about fifteen hundred Moslem, Jewish and Christian women alike In a large field of occupations, embracing spin nine;, weaving, knitting, dressmaklug, basketry, rag making, manufacture of inatiiesses and other bedding, hice work and embroidery. In Jaffa a sim ilar work Is belntf carried on, nnd at the Armenian camp at Port Said, where about seven thousand Armenians are assembled, the lted Cross is actively enraged In Industrial, educational and relief work. Co-operates With Zionist and Catholic Units. And the Commission has not neg lected the vacant lots of Jerusalem. They huve set the people to work cul tivating the vacant lots of the ancient illy, much after tho methods employed by the Junior Ucd Cross Membership' in their war Hardens, und oxen ore be-' lug supplied on rental for plowing. Of course there Is the American lted Cross Jlotor Service in Jerusalem, and practically every car Is employed In j transporting sl' k nnd wounded prison- I ers from villages within motoring dis tance of Jerusalem. I'hins are under way to send the Mobile Medical Unit, together with social workers, to the .Viblus district In ancient Schechcui, and another group of workers will he sent to Fs-Salt, beyond Jordan, to re turn with five thousand refugees to whom the Ked Cross has been minls terii'ir. The Commission Is working In close co operation with Ihe Zionist full, which Is ministering to the Jews, and is supporting the Syria nnd I'alestlne lleliof orphanages w hich are caring for sii hundred orphans. It Is also giving liberal support to well organized Cutb- GRAND MUFTI AND KADI OF JERUSALEM WECOMES AMERICAN RED CROSS COMMISSION TO PALESTINE trial department conducts two largjlolic institutions. workrooms nnd Severn I Tll'n e work- j A rc:il Innovation In the life of Je- : . ....... ..- . o ' ! ' Is!, a i li i ' i 1 -: ' ;t" ii Of all the Interesting speeches that have been addressed to tho American Red Cross Commission to Palestine since the formal opening of the headquarters on July 4 last none has surpassed that of the Grand Mufti of the Mohammedan Community of Jerusalem for quaintness of phraseology and Oriental charm, delivered nt a reception which he tendered the Commission at his home late in Jury. Xha speech ln full follows : lour Excellency, the President, and Members of the American Red Cross Committee: God has created men Tarylng lmtharactcr as much as they vary In appearance. Some are wicked, otin rs good; some are pious, others Impious; some are mischievous, others well-doers. Those to whom he was well disposed he made do good; those pre ordained to do evil, do evil. This is the law of God ln this creation, and'no one ran change His decrees. Ko one can dispute the fact known to God and confirmed by your noble history. Oh, citizens of America, that out of compassion and charity He created you to do good to humanity and has, through you, always accomplished good work, keeping you Innocent of all evil doing. Joy and gladness to you and may God be praised who showers good on those He desires. No one can wonder at this when you are the Children of so generous a Mother, the great natlouf I mean Great Britain with her glorious past and exalted glory. When gold is ffiund ln a gold mine no one wonders. When things are found where Nature has placed them, again no one wonderj. A cup ran only yield what it contains. Such cubs can only be the off spring of such lions, lour good works cannot be counted; that you should extend your arm from beyond the sens to grasp the hand of that Mother, full of love and compassion, for one reason only, to further the cause of the op pressed nnd to turn aside with blows the hand of the oppresso In tlila hi. tody and fearrul war,' the like of which man has never seen before anil, by God's will, may never see again, such glory and honor before God and man will sulllco. " To extend a helping hand to the children of Syria and Palestine lq your native land, America, was not enough, but you have crossed the sea ond desert and undergone the hardships of this present time to succor the poor and homeless widows' and orphnns of all Palestine and, more especially, of Ihe Holy City, tie City of Prophets of. Cod, where we are all now united. On behalf of these In general, and of Moslems In particular I burn Incense on the altars of gratitude and pray the great God to make you a Rood reward, defend you from every evil, make your benevolent un dertakings successful and hasten the days of peace which we all await luipullently. 1 close by praying for his Majesty, King George, nnd his nation, for the President of the United States, Mr. Wllsoni end his countrymen," snil for all those who love good and peace. Amen. an advisory Relief Council, with rep resentatives of all relief organization. In the Jerusalem zone represenleil, nnd a member of the Anglican, lted Cross Coiiimisriiuti as chairman. Slanj other servlcos are In opera lion, and In his recently cabled report ". ' ii 'i r:i '"V s'.-iti s ti at !. !..:- nuoilier American lted Cross unit for Palestine will be authorized, for tho need of such Is more than doubled by the t'V.'"!"! thf J,e' '' "If Is i lie best way lo give support to the Al lies la their wonderful advance under General AlichliJ-,' ha says In COnclo.