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- FArrnrrr: EIGHT PAGES " DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, I?ENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1013. ;-4i'r -civ'-, '"sp-'t . C010V8 CASH GROCERY 525 Main St Free Delivery. Phone 640 : ' ., New Crop Walnuts and Almonds, 1 lb. 40c Large Oranges, dozen $1.00 Honey in Comb ............. ... ..... 30c (Seeded Raisins in packages 15c Snider's Catsup, bottle ... . . . . .... . 25c ! V-'- f 1 ' '' "" ' " .. " ' ;'. """ Palace Car Preserves, glass . .". 30c Canned Salmon. . . . . . 15c, 20c, 25c and 30c Olympic Pancake Flour, package ..... 35c ; Quaker Corn Flakes, package 10c Washington Crisps, package ......... 10c Matches, 4 boxes 12c; 12 boxes . . ... . . . 70c POSTOFFICE MAY GET FIRST CLASS RATING HOUSEHOLD A ,:! y - .ihfi whole mixture 2 cups of hot milk. Heat all upon (he move la boiling point, then pour Into a buttered pud ding dish and bake one hour. Bake ' Sweet Potatoes. Teel and boll sweet potatoes. - When done, tnash'W put through . rlcer. Cover bottom of baking dish with about 1-3 of the potatoes, cover with melted butter, cream and augar. Fill dish In this manner, alternating- with potatoes and butter, cream and su gar. Put oream, melted butter and su gar over the top, place In the oven and heat throuxh, and serve hot. Polatoea With TSnr Add 1 beaten egg and 1-2 cup ot milk to cold mashed potatoes. Beat thoroughly and place In a baking dish In layers, with slices of hard boiled eggs, adding to each layer salt, butter and cracker crumbs. Bake half an hour and serve. Trilby Cookies. Blend together 1 cup sugar, 1-2 cup milk or water, and 1 pound chopped dates, with any flavoring desired., Spread vanilla wafers with this and put together sandwich fashion. Sour Milk Brown Bread. One cup cornmeal. 1 cup graham flour, 1 cup. sour milk, 1-4 cup sugar. 1-2 cup molasses. ' Fill cup with cold water, dissolve l teaspoon soda, steam two hours and bake 20 minutes. Prune Pudding. "' ' Stew the prunes until very soft, re move the atones, and rub through sieve. To each 2 large cups .of the pulp add tHe same amount of fine bread crumbs, which have been soak ed In milk and beaten smooth. Now add 2 tablespoons . of molaases, 1 cup of brown sugar In which has been mixed 1 teaspoon cinnamon; add to With the receipts of the past 12 months at the Pendleton postofflce reaching a total of $46,5664, a gain of f842.G over the I38,0.25 for the previous year, the local office Is ready to tie ratea an first class, and Incidentally. Postmaster T. J. Tweedy Is In line for an Increase of $100 In salary after July 6, the end of the fis cal year. According to requirement, an of fice must have a total of 140,000 yearly receipts to be rated . as first class. Although the 1918 local re ceipts exceed this sum, It is probable that the postofflce department will make some- reduction because of the three-cent postage, but . nevertheless, $40,558.14 leaves a margin of over $6000 and It Is doubtful if the reduc tion would reach this amount- Mr. Tweedy's raise In salary will not go Into effect,., however, .unless con gress modifies Us ruling that there shall be no Increase in salaries of postal officials until after the war.. As Peace has not yet been signed, the de partment Is making an effort to ob tain- permission, from congress to fix 1 date for the resumption of normal conditions. The increase in the total, according to Pone master Tweedy, is especially significant because it shows that the business. of Pendleton is constantly growing. sd;.:e senators lot FOR LI' ADOO'S PLAN OUCH RUB OUT RHEUMATIC-PAIN HCB PAltf," fiORENEKS, STIFF. N'KSM, SCIATICA BKillT OIT WITH "T 4A4XBJU4 MX- IMK.NT." Count fifty! Pain gone. Ilheumatlam Is "pain only" Not one case Injf fifty requires internal treatment. $ui drugging! Hub the misery right away! Apply soothing, penetrating i"St. Jacobs Unlment" directly upon the "tender spot," ana relief come Instantly. .St. Jacobs liniment" Is' a harmless -rheumatism liniment which never disappoints and can not burn, or discolor the skin. Limber up! Stop complaining! Oct a small trial -001116 of Jacoos Liniment" at any drug store, and In Just a moment you'll be free from pain, soreness, stiffness and swelling. Don't sufferl . Relief awaits yon. "8t. Jacobs Liniment.-- has - relieved millions of rheumatism sufferers In the last half century, and Is Just as good for sciatica, neuralgia, lumba go, backache, sprains and swellings. Potato Cakes Witl Raisins. Three-quarters cup butter, 2 cups sugar, 2 eggs, 1-2 cup sweet muit, l cup hot mashed potato, 1-2 cup pow dered chocolate, or 2 squares of cho colate. 2 1-2 cups flour, 2 1-2 tea spoons baking powder, 1 cup chopped raisins and 1 teaspoon vanilla. This should be baked in 2 loaves and will keep moist for weeks. " Canned Pear Salad. Drain the desired number of can ned pears of their Juice. Arrange pears on lettuce leaves and fill the cavities with canned pitted cherries. Heap sweetened and flavored whip- Boat Turns Turtle: Five Perish. TACOMA, Jan. 7. A woman and four men met death during Saturday night when the Merchants' Transpor tation Company's SB-foot freighter Amazon turned turtle.. . . Three of the eight persons aboard escaped alive and spent the rest of Saturday night adrift on the upturned hull, fighting the bitter cold toy build ing a fire on the hull, using pieces ot driftwood, after one of them had dried matches In his hair. The night was clear and no cause can yet be assigned for the disaster. Attempts to Change Railway Rates Fail WASHINOTON Jan. . Attempts of state authorities to change, the in terstate railroad rates order by the railroad administration will be Ig nored, Secretary McAdoo declared. Such division of authority would de feat the purpose of the federal con trol law, the director general believes. WASHINGTON, Jan. . Despite Director General KcAdoo's earnest plea that. government control of rail roads be extended five years, mem bers of the senate Interstate com merce committee last night, appeared firmly set against the plan, after two days of testimony, - McAdoo clung to his demand for a five year test period against the fire of hostile committee determined to break him down on It. Bombarded from every angle, the director gener al repeatedly summarized his views: "We need, a five year teat period under normal conditions." Cum rains. Sees PoilUoal issue. Senator Cummins struck the climax towards the ending of the hearings Saturday by declaring that the rail road Question would Inevitably be come a political Issue In 120. The retiring director general had Just previously declared that the rail roads must be kept out of the politi cal campaign. "The railroads of the United States must be kept out of politics, ' Mo Ad oo said. "If the railroads are held only 21 months, employes would be come objects of political solicitation. I have religiously tried to keep poli tics out of the railroad administration. I have appointed officials without re gard to politics. If, for political rea sons, railroad men might see . that there la to be a change of roasters, it would work for Inefficiency of opera tion and would be taking a rink not only with the lives of people who travel but with the commerce of the country." .'"' ; Democrats A mo riff objectors; - Democratic senators, chiefly Gore. Pomerene and Underwood, revealed an antagonistic attitude toward the five year plan, though their questions were not so sharp as those of the re publicans. - ' - Objecting senators declared that McAdoo'a plan would merely postpone the difficulty Instead of settling It, What we want Is a speedy settle ment of the question." flenator Sum mlns. Iowa, said after the hearing. This matter cannot' be permitted to drag along Indefinitely. The country wants to know where it stands." HERE'S MARSHAL PETAIN RECEIVING HIS BATON FROM POICA .REDEEMED METZ ' " , i -J t - MARSH M. JOFFHE T1CU3 MAIfJrtAl. riAllj irrtAr BmroK. MARSHAL TOCM AtUETJ COTiMW! ;'-- V-.-'i a CJ asu. Gh-i-iasS T-.ttoiurt I, fGEKC. PERi 'k.-'Cf-'l - S6rtl-. HAttfc.lt 1 -. . S fKAf MAt. Pit AIM! 17 V: f 4. ; V,.' PRalipfcMT FOiMCiWUW ?? in I TVSX- - jfefau n;mf&zi9a .J 4 f r irst victure ot the French military ceremony In re-won Met, when President Polncare presented tk military baton of a marshal of France to General Petafn. Polneare, hat off, is banding the baton to tee -central, and standing near are "Papa" Marshal Joffre and Marshal Ferdinand Foch ot France, OeneiwT'' "Black Jack" Pershing ot the American forces. General Bir Douglas Balg of the British, General Qnnmm. Belgian army. General Albrlcel, Uallan army, and General Haller. Portuguese forces. :. , t OVER THE NORTHWEST Cattle Briner 1 1 CcnM. Senator. Walter M. Pierce of Reconciliation Expected Between Vatican, Quirinal ROME, Jan. 7. As a result of the project to settle the differences be tween the Vatican and Quirinal at the peace conference, it is expected that chopped walnuts.. Administrator Fred J. Holmes. COMING HOME WITH THE YANKS! Maximum coal prices and cone reg ulations will remain In effect until at least February I, acoordlng to advice .he Pooe will recognize the sovereign- ped cream on top and sprinkle with 'received from Washington by Fuel jity of Italy over Rome, accepting th accomplished fact, after several con cessions have been made by the Ital ian government. The high prelates of the Vatican .testify to the good relations existing with the Quirinal, and that negotia- tions for a settlement are on foot with great probabilities of success. The accord -will be based apparent ly on the following terms: The Pope will recognise Rome as the capital of Italy and the absolute sovereignity of Italy. The Vatican will remain as It is outside the actual Jurisdiction of the Italian government establish a telegraph line to be able to communicate directly with his di plomatic representatives without us ing the lines of the Italian govern ment. The Pope If the terms are settled will accept the assignment of 3,200.- 000 lire a year with the law of guar antees and will, leave the Vatican from which no Pope has gone forth since 1870. Sana. a: .r "TDOrm Parta sac toe styles for omr Women. Herb? 8a re. why T" . TTaeyre sola To he acaadaloaa -short next season, ain't they?" i i i 11111 l m P 11,1 OREGON BOYS IN 65TH PRAISED BY RETURNED CAPTAIN PORTLAND, Jan. 7. "There were no stars In the 05th regiment,. C A, C every member was a real man, dping what he was told." Such was the message which cap tain C. B. Hamble, of Eugene, deliv ered to mothers and fathers of lads who are in that regiment of the old Coast Artillery which was stationed for so long at Fort Stevens. The Cap tain arrived from overseas a tew days ago, leaving' immediately alter . me armistice was signed. . There are 1911 men in the regi ment," explained the Captain, "and we are proud of each one. The supply company, composed chiefly of boys from Portland, and a few additions fram Salem, Eugene, Albany and a few other Oregon towns, was without an equal on the front. The regiment was In five battles and performed the Impossible We used English tuns, when It was thought impossible for us to do so, and having accmplished that, the 65th was expected to do the Impossible things, and the regiment did. We went in first at St. Mihiel and from then on to the finish we were very fortunate." 4 Captain Hamble said that some of the boys were disappointed that thev Grande, sold a car of fancy Hereford beef catle from - his Grand Konde Valley farm ' yesterday for the high est price ever paid In North Port land yards. 11 cents. This is the highest price paid for a full car. Oregonlan. - - . . Skeletons Brought In. officers today went to ICawk's Prairii I and brought in remaining fragment! i of the skeletons of the woman and ' two children they are convinced art - all that Is left of the wife and chil I dren of wf. Burnett, ship caulker, La who is now in the city Jail under sus picion of family .murder. ' Burnett, after having slept ' and eaten -but little since his arrest early Sunday morning, was today given an extended examination by the prosecut ing attorney a stenographic report of which was taken.. According to offi cial versions given later of thfa Inter view Burnett steadily maintained hit OLYMPIA, Wash., Jan. 7. County declarations of Innocence and the ex- LEADER r,nG WINTER SOCIETY SEASON IN WASHINGTON V V (F CSX i r , K - - v. , f i vi U- V . ' TJPPER LEFT CORNER. MRS. J. BORDEN HARRIMAN CEN- , ItFP MH8 N'CHOI S LONGWORTH: UPPER RIGHT C'UKNKK, ) I MRS THOMAS F. WjfLSH; LOWER LEFT CORNER. MRS. EDWAKD W JMcLfc-AN; LOWER RIGHT, MRS. DELOS BLODGETT. The only thing that now mars the prospect ot a brilliant soc'al ceaaon in Washington is abeence ot President and Mrs. Wilson, Cscretry ot State and Mrs. Lxn ting . the John Davis's and s few others of sevalk Importance r But society 1 preparing for the : return of the president. In all prooaouity tne pre-war pn-5iu of state functions there will then be resumed. lira. Thomas R. Marshall, wife of the vice-president, seems dis- I posed to pick up things where she ' dropped them when America, en tered the war.- 1 Mrs. McAdoo revived "cabinet day" at her home, a privilege she ' has now re'inqulshed to Mrs. Car ter Glass. Mrs. Champ Clark has resumed her Wednesday after noons at home. B"di in nrofusir-n are planning "coming out" parties - The daughter of the minister ot Salvador will have her coming out party In the Hall of America. In Pan Amer.ean building.' Two nationally known leaders i in Washington unofficial society are Mrs. Thomas F. Walsh and Mrs. Delos Blodgett. ' Mrs. Nicholas Long worth will not take qnlte as active Tat in society as she has formerly. War has brought a great sorrow to her family in the death ot her brother, Qaentin Roosevelt. Mrs. O. H. P. Belmont seems to be a lot more Interested in the passing ot the Susan B. Anthony amendment than she is In 'society J where she is a leader In bo Ufa Washington and New Tork uninatlon added nothing of import" ince In the way of admissions, s, Hiram GUI Km Resanoe. BRATTLE, Jan. 1- Kx-Mayor. HI- , -am C-GUI. who has been ill from 1 luenza for the past 10 days, suffered a relapse today and his condition ia mid to be critical. For some time Mr. Gill's health has not been of the best -i ud when stricken 10 days-ago grave fears for his recovery were expressed. Several days ago his condition showed i'marked improvement and It-wan he- lieved his recovery wouldy. be but s matter of a. few days until today. - : Aviators to Vladivostok. ,4 SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 7. "Three hundred French military aviators and mechanics sailed for Vladivostok to- day on the transport Sherman. They carried with them airplanes, armored cars, rapid fire guns and other equip ment. A second detachment .of Mo- officers and men will leave here early iu February.- :- - - - - r. 1 Stato Bank KltosrlmT Goow.' ' -'' ' PORTLAND. Jan. 7. -Oregn . . banks, according to statement from the superintendent- of banka at- e em, hold aggregate deposits of $2!,- 381,703. Banks In 2 cities and owru , hold S192.218.SC2 banking institutions in the state. Salem . holds : second Place, with Pendleton third and As- trla fourth, both close to their nearest ranking financial leader. -t. Since Au gust si Burns and Condon- have en- " tered the list of Oregon towns havlnc bank, deposits in excess of 1,009. 0t. Wallace Dempsey. a If year' old lad living at Priest River. Idabat has demonstrated that popcorn . cast -be grown successfully in that region. Re - planted a small tract as an expert ment. The corn turned pat to be ot such good quality that a local mer- hant has contracted- tar take an -he corn the boy can raise oext season;' at nice of one cent a poun-t above . prevailing market quotations, -''" . Congress, Supreme Court Halt Activities To Honor Roosevelt WASHINGTON, Jan. 7. ConRTess and the supreme court yesterday halted their activities for the day in . honor of Theodore Roosevelt. The I house and senate appointed commit- i tees to attend the funeral. Brief 1 sessions, marked by expressions of - in- uu ".- u..,.l .... Daid eloquent tributes. Senator am not gam promotion, particularly ,r - hv miltinI ins You Mt Ulfelcoine 1 i f to the use of one of our HARNESS I IT LuLhL Save Money, Time and Energy HAMLEY & GO. "THE Leather Store" .4. il XU.A.H A- k.lj. L 11. ft ItJ. tL 1-L. when they saw that the com missions were Roingr to the men who remained here to enter the training: camps in stead of going overseas. There were ; 25 men who were fully capable of ! holding commissions, but . there were not even enougt) places as non-coms to ko around. BEGIN EIOT UATEK mHMHG W TOO Says ' glass of hot water with phosphate before breakfast washes out poisons. OLD FAVORITE T: TONIC LAXATIVE When constipation bothers you an4 you ?f-t feverish and out of sorts re member that old reliable ires;etJl CELERY KING is sold In every drug store In the lead. It's fine ;or Indigestion too and fer fevers and cold. Same old remedy that thousands swesr by.'.- IjOuge was lorcea ay einouon iu u- u pend his speecn concerning itooseeu. jf vou wake up with a bad taste His voice broke, his eyes filled and brealh and tongue is coated: it he sat down, with the statement. vour head ,s du or achng. lf what "There is nothing more I can say." you Mt sours and forms gaa and aCid in stomach, or you are bilious, con Some comprehensive idea or tne , BtJlnated. nervous, sallow and can't heavy expenses railroad are compelled to meet Ten Killed By Italian Kaxtliquake. ROME. Jan. 1. More than. . ten injured In the' earthquake which last week damaged Siena and 'Forll. 8fg. nor De Vito, under secretary of pub lic works, has gone to view the ruins. companies i fePiine riKht. besrin inside bath for what I ln Drink before breakfast, a glsjw seems to be a small improvement is of rt.. no, water nitri a teaspoonful seen In the announcement that the nme.vone phosphate in It. This . il . ,- r... ,.v- milt ,. . , . , . persons were killed and very many, , ,,... , ,v fP..ks ,-overlnir i i,,j.,.. .h h.,,.i. 10 miles east of Spokane and 20 i cleanse, sweeten and purify the entire miles west of the city. The company i alimentary tract. Do your Inside also plana to enlarge Its yards at j bathing immediately upon arising In Hlllyard by the addition of 10 miles , the morning to wash out of the ays trackage at a co-t of 150.000. j tern all the previous day's poisonous j waste, gases and sour bile before put- Impersonate Captain " i t,n m;,re l' in, ,h? " , u r- To feel like young folks feel; like ArChie KOOSeVelt and y, fen b,.fore your blood, nerves AVife Visit Governor fllu- muscles became loaded with body ' - I Imnnrtiina cut rroin vnnr nhfirmnc !1 cav rnivrwn .Tn. 7 qrter pound of limestone phB- j , . . is.i- A i phato whk-h is inexpensive and ar PITTSBURG HOUSEWIFE Tells How Hard Working Women May Keep Well and Strong Pittsburg. Pa "! keep house for my husband and myself and I goi Into a weak, run-down, nervous condition and no appetite- I heard how 'Vino! helped others and tried It and it built me up so I am strong, have a good appetite and feel better In every way." Mrs. James Croker. The reason Vlnol waa so successful In Mrs. croker'a case Is because it contains the very elements needed to build up a weakened, run-down sys tem, make rich red blood and create strength. - Koeppen'a Irug Store and Drug gists Everywhere. P. it, For any skin trouble try our Saxc-l Slve, . Money back U tall. PUT STOMACH IN :, FINE'CONDITION says ivni-ftEsnoTsr ; nHsnrs niOM AN KXCKSS Op , inT 1IMK111XIUC Acn- trains for a man aJidwomun who are alleRed to have lm person- ated Ca pt a tn A rchie Roosevelt and his wife in New Mexico. The "captain" Is said to have pawed worthless checks at Al- buquerque. At Sitnta r he i reported to have succeeded In fteltfnfr an interview with t.ov- em or Llndsey upn representing himself na a cousin of Colonel most taste te, except for a sourish twinge which is not unpleajint. Just us soap and hot water act on the ikin. cleansinK ,iewetenlnf and fresheninff, ho hot water and limestone phosphate act on tho stomach, liver, kidneys and bowel Men and wom en, who ore usually constipated, bil ious, headachy, or have any stomach disorder should beet.n thin Inside bathing before lre:Lkfa.t. assured they will beonHi Undigested food delayed tn tha stomach decayn, or rather fennenta the same as food left in the open air. gays a noted authority. H- also tells us that Indigestion U cauel by Hyper-acidity, meaning; ther-e la ait excess of hydrochJcrio acid: tn th stomach which prevent complete- al- gestion and atarta food . fermentation Thus everything- eaten aoura In the stomach much Uka trarbaara aoura la a can. forming1 acrid fluida and saaea v. hlch mftate the stomach Uka a toy balloon- Then we feel a. heavy, lumpy misery in the chest, we be 1 oil up gas, we eructate sour food or hava heartburn, flatulence, water-bra h of nausea. He tells us to lay aslda all dlVea. live aids and instead, set from an9 l-harmacy four ounces of Jad (kit and take a tablenpoonful In a rglaaa of water before breakfast and drink while it is effervescing and furthers more, to continue this for a waek While-relief follows the f lrsf doa, H id Important to neutrallsa tha acidity remove the jra-mahinir maaa, atar the liver, stimulate the kidneys) and thus prtmot a free flow of pur dl Ke-ttrv Jincea. Jad Suit is inexpensive and la mad from the acid of irrapea and lemon Juke, combined with lithia and aodi They are um phnMpiiat. This barm 1 ears Malta I cranks) I uael by ttuuavnds of pKipi f4 uoowveil. iney were ruru.it.-u , .m -ki.. - c i.r,m.rh tri.hl. rirK Yn.r.r vilr. v" w- ' " - " , bound for California.