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DAILY EAST OltEGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUAr.Y fl,19lfl CO fiiion CASH GROCERY 525 Main St. Free Delivery. Phone 640 , : . 4 J-J - i BulH Ginger Snaps, 1 Iby. . . . . . . . .-. , . . 20c Butternut Cookies, 1 lb. ... : . 30c Fancy Cookies, 1 lb.5.'. .'.'.V. . ... i 35c Folgers Ensign Coffee, 1 lb. ... i 25c Best Pineapple, can ................. 25c Best Shrimp, 2 cans ................. 45c Raisins in Packages 15c Van Camp's Soups, 2 cans ............ :25e Van Camp's Pork and Beans, can. . 15c, 25c Macaroni and Spaghetti, 5 lb. box. ... 55c U. S. HOLDS RECORD FOR " DESTROYERS, ACHIEVEMENTS UNPARALLELED IN HISTORY 2179 Acres U WHEAT LAND We .offer the above acreage with 800 acres of it seeded for $35 an acre. This price includes outfit, good house and plenty water. Six miles from railroad sta tion. Terms to the right party. PENDLETON ABSTFACT American National Bank Bide. Pradleton, Oregon PRINCE OF WALKS -u V." TO VISIT AMERICA ! IXWDONAJan. . It in understood that King Ueorge and Queen Mary as sured President Wilson that the Prince of Wales will visit the United States during his coming trip through the British dominion, according to Paris dispatch to the Mail. For Poland, apparently, the war Is not over where there is an enemy left to fight. ,N0 TONIC LIKE HOOD'S Sarsaparilla For a Tim Ilka This, After Influenza, th Grip, - When pure blood, rebuilt strength and regulated bowels are essential. In the after-effects of influenza, the grip and other prostrating dis eases, Hood's Saranparilla has re markable health-helping effect. It expels the poisons that have weakened and depleted the blood, causing, pallor, anemia, flabby flesh and lax' muscles. It is the standard blood remedy with a successful rec ord of nearly fifty years. filany people need a fine, gentle, easy cathartic in these trying time's. We' recommend Hood 'a Pills, used in the best families, and equally effec tive with delicate women or robust nen. Easy to take, easy to operate. for your Groceries at EYNDE BROS. and get more for your money. Stop paying for office bookkeepers and dead-beats unpaid ac counts come here and . Get 100 cents worth of : Groceries for your Dollar NO WASTE, NO OVERCHARGING, NO LOSS By ordering from L,ynde Bros., telephone 834, and paying our delivery when he calls or by coming here and paying cush we will enable you to rednce your cost of living. We' operate our own quick delivery car giving you better ser vice than any other grocery " ' , J . . : We are out of the high rent district, have the smallest over head expense, buy for cash and take the discounts, have no bad accounts nor bookkeepers, so can save you money every month. Wo will make penny change, only charging you what an ar ticle1 Is worth. This will speed up sales, turn our stock over often and keep our stock always fresh and ul1 strength. Al complete stock ot fresh fruits and vegetables In season; fancy and staple groceries. ":' i - . . ' GASOLINE AT OUR CURB, 25c GAL. , Remember, no sales charged. This rule ap plies to ajl. We cordially solicit your business and are going to save you money. Siros. CASH GROCERY 30$ West Webb Street Telephone 334 WASHINGTON, Jan. 8- The Unit ed States navy leads the world in de stroyers built or building. This Information Rear Admiral Griffin, chief of bureau of steam en' gineerlng, gave the country in his annual report, recording achievements of the past war. year. Much of the report is technical. but Its substance la a story of suc cess in big things. With about 275 destroyers building. Admiral Oriffln has this to say of the destroyer standing: .- , "In ships built and building, the United States ha( now a larger force of destroyers than that of any other navy, i '. '. . i ". .- "This Increase has not been gradu al, but . has been attained by giant strides within a. year,' The difficul ties encountered In such unprecedent ed progress have no parallel In war ship construction anywhere at any time." (When the lost 160 destroyers were ordered, a 28-knot speed was contem plated, but' before contracts were let. It was decided the speed should be 36 knots- This meant doubling the num ber of hollers and Increasing the amount of forcings. Makers of the latter were far from keen to handle the work, but the tasks were under taken, even though en unprecedented , amount of work already was under way. Actual expenditures of the bureau for the fiscal "year 1917 were estimat ed at 149, 536, 093 whereas the fiscal year 1918 expenditures were 1283 742,767. This represented more than three quarters of a million do! lurs expenditure per day- "iftlnce the United States became belligerent, the magnitude of the en gineerlng work of the navy, both mi- chanlcal and electrical has been not only In Its actual amount but In the rapid development of facilities for its execution without a parallel, for the same period of time, in the history ot the world's navies," says Orlffin. A blrdseye view of the bureau's ac tlvitles may be obtained from the fact that the navy is operating 670 regu lar navy vessels,' 98 eoast guard, light house and kindred ships, 937 convert ed merchant craft, and 247 vessels for army and navy transportation. There are under construction at navy yards 378 combatant and auxlliry - vessels and 62 tugs. The navy has about 210 radio stations. - Orlffin reveals that 8 antt-subma rlne devises were vedeloped during the war, and that radio, telegraph ana telephone apparatus for communica tion with airplanes have been remark ably developed. HOUSEHOLD i ounces of sugar. Oook slowly 30 minutes occasionally stirring to pre vent burning- Put In stone jars or tumblers. . . TI1RKK MKAIJJ A DAY. Three and only three meals a day are advocated by the United States Pood Administration. Here Is a set which may te used on any cool day. Breakfast. naked Winter Pears Calves' Liver and Bacon Toast ' Coffee I,unch or Supper. Cream of Tomato Soup Baked Eggs with Pimento Potatoes Coffee Jelly - Dinner Roast Pork with Franconla Potatoes Gravy Apple Sauce. Buttered Parsnips Lmon Pie Oeam of Tomato Soap 1 quart milk 1 slice onion 4 tablespoons flour 1 pint home canned tomatoes. 2 teaspoons sugar 1-4 teaspodon soda 1 teaspoon salt 1-8 teaspoon pepper, 2 tablespoons fat. Scald the milk with the onion, re move onion and thicken miiK witn flour diluted with cold water until thin enough to pour, being careful that the mixture is free from lumps cook 20 minutes, stirring constantly at first. Cook tomatoes with sugar. fifteen minutes, add soda, and rub through a sieve; combine mixtures and strain Into tureen over fat, salt and pepper. Baked Eggs With Pimento potatoes. 2 cups rlsed potatoes. 1-2 cup skimmed or whole milk 2 tablesueons fat 1 teaspoon salt. 2 tablespoons choopped pi men toes 4 eggs. Mix the potatoes, milk, fat. salt and plmentoes together well, arrange in a greased baking dish; mane rour Indentations, and into each break an eca Dust with, salt and pepper Sprinkle with crumbs, and bake until the eggs are set or longer lr desired until the eggs are hard cooked. A Patriotic) Winter Dessert. 2 cups pumpkin (cooked and - strained). 1-2 cup molasses or sorghum. 1 teaspoon cinnamon. 1-2 teaspoon ginger. 1-2 teaspoon salt. 2 eggs. ' 2 cups milk. Mix the pumpkin with the molasses and seasoning. Add beaten eggs and milk. Bake In a poBtry - lined pie plate until firm.- Conservation Oast. 11-2 cups wheat or rye flour. , 1-2 cup barley or corn flour. 1-2' teaspoon salt. .. . ; 1-4 to 1-2 cup of fat. (Water to make stiff dough. " Sift flour- and salt together. Cut the fat Into the flour mixture. Add water, mixing and handling as little as possible. Wheat substitutes need a little more water than all wheal flour. Chill until ready to roll out. Apple-Orape Butter. 4 quarts of cored and sliced apples. 1-2 pound sugar and' 1 1-4 cups sirup. 1 pint grape Juice. 1 teaspoon cinnamon. 1-4 teaspoon Bait. Cook apples in double boiler with out adding water until soft. Then put In preserving kettle, add grape Juice, sugar sirup and salt. Cook slowly until thick. Be careful not to scorch. Stir In cinnamon. Grape Jdly Welch the. arranea. then nick them over, wash, drain and remove skips. 1 Separate pulp from the skins, put uln in preserving kettle, heat to boiling point, and cook slowly until seeds separata from pulp. . Then run through hair sieve. Return to ket tle with skins and add . for every pound of- fruit 2 2-3 cups or 7 1-2 ounces of sirup and 1-4 cup or 2 AV KN KM.Y OP WOMANHOOD The complexion, digestion and al most the complete personality of wo man are dependent upon health.. Wo man's Ills are her great enemy, as they cause bad complexion, dark cir cles under the eyes, headache, back ache, nervousness, sleeplessness, drag ging down pains and the blues, and often totally unfit her for a compan ion. The great American remedy for such conditions Is Uvdla R. Pink. ham's Vegetable Compound, which has been restoring threo generations of ailing women to health, and may be relied upon waMt - perfect YANKS EAT COUGH DROP BY TONS PARIS, Jan. 8.- Cough drops to the extent of 31 1-4 tons were consumed by the American Expeditionary Force In the month Just concluded, which might seem to Indicate an alarming prevalence of coughs, but does not. It merely means that the soldiers used that many losengeB as a substitute for candy of which they , could not obtain enough. They may have swallowed more than 31 1-4 tons of cough drops probably did, but they obtained that many through the. Y. M. C. A. post exchanges. The Americans' demand for sweets la stupendous, as the- Y. M. C-. A-'s monthly consignment shows. To take the edge off his appetite for sweet things the Red Triangle canteens have ordered some staggering quantities of supplies. The biggest single item Is sugar, most of it used In manufac turing chocolate and cookies in Prance. Just 2860 tons of this will be needed. It will take 1328 tons of flour to keep the factories which are turning out cookies for the, Y. M. C. A., biisv 'or the next mohth. Condensed milk Is In demand to the extent of 94 1-2 tons, and milk powder, which is used In making cnoeolate,f will weigh 38 tens. The soldier Is a great consumer of chocolate bars. Two hundred tons will be brought from America, and al most as much will be purchased In France. Jam Is another big Item reaching 200 tons, to say nothing of large quantity hat will be obtained from French manufacturers. A to tal of 176 tons of candy has been re qulsltloned and much more could be sold If there were ways of getting It on the shelves of the post exchanges. Totalling up all the things that the Red Triangle storekeepers ordered hipped from America in a month, we find it amounts to 8268 1-2 tons, that's a big Item, but It isn't nearly enough. Everything has been pared right down the bone. If transportation pre sented no difficulties, the Y. M. C. A. would show what ."big business" really means. The trouble la that It's hard enough to get the stuff across the Atlantic and once landed in a base port It runs up against embar goes and other transport difficulties galore. Just when the Red Triangle people think they have enough motor trucks to handle the situation for In stance, the army commandeers part of the trucks. -jTJNCESS WHO Jto p j. 1 ? : ' r A 1" f f ' ' r "Arranged "arrlages"'rew6 more popular even 1b royal circles nd Prince Patricia of Con nanght wUi wed only tor love. Her husband will be Commander Alexander Ramsay, heir - to the Earl of Dalhousla, who "was for. eight month aide-de-camp to the. father of the yrtaeeaa lai Canada It Raises HieDougii 4-" 1 il' .-';.-',, ' I' "Hi' ' Crescent Bailing Pov;.d .... : . s ThrM important nisstiih sfcoold (vide yea la the sstsctioa of ysor bskiag powder parity, IssveaiBg eSteieawir loads, tfaas harariog wsoUwmM, 4lie- Cnseeat It ataotataly pars by labora tory tarts aad ussmwnl suasarda. Srssesnt, beeaass it is doable acting . raiaas the dough better tkaa other Otassaat the thrift tsktng sewdsr. It ootta iaM, aoef man aad kawar werk, and. laaf csaatfty si ravatraa. TaaarU sad the Came Cask Book U vary balsfai. Copy fra sa nuan. WrHe Oremat Mfg. Co, ttettte, Wats. Bishop Takes Boarders. IXTDO.V. Dec. 9. (By ' mail.) These be bad times for bishops. The following advertisement ap peared in the Times: , Few paying guests received In a bishop's house in country; every modern convenience; good garden riding, driving, near golf links Ad dress, Kplscopos." An Englishman commenting on It says: "That with the Increased price of shovel hats, profiteering in gaiters, and the terrible cost of getting up lawn sleeves in wart me, the good man must do something to turn an honest penny." - UPSET STOHIACH NOW IS THE TIME to plan for that farm you want to own. Decide, and then act quickly, as these bargains won't last long All are fine bargains at the price asked, and there is no better land in the country. We have a number of other farms at lowest prices as well as city property" of all kinds. 138 acres, about half bot tom land, good buildings, creek and good well; choice family or chard, 3 miles from Weston on good road, and right at school. Worth $200 per acre, for quick sale 321.000 cash. 200 acres, over 100 in fine state of cultivation, most of bal ance can be farmed, goc4 build ings, plenty water. Price 813,-' 00, 1-3 cash, balance long time C per cent. 3 miles from Wee- , ton on good road. 80 acres, miles from Wes ton, fine place, some timber. j fine potato and barler land, ' 34500 cash, if taken soon. For any of the above address, BOX 85, WESTON, ORE. PAPETS ' DIAPKPKlJf AT ONCll, ENDS SOURNKSS. OAS, ACID ITY, lJCDIGESTtOX. Don't stay upset! When mee-ls don't fit and you belch gas, acids and ndlgested food. When you feel lumps of indigestion palh, flatulence, heart burn or headache you can get instant relief. 2? TT No waiting! Pape's Diapepsin will Put you on your feet. As soon as you eat one of these pleasant, harmless tablets all the Indigestion, gases, acid ity and stomach distress ends. Your Irugglst cells them. BETTER AND SOFTER LIGHT la assured by the vae ot of these beautiful ftxturee of -oars. They give a light that Illuminates the room perfectly, but that doee not tire or strata the eyes. They are not eapea aive considering xaelr extra of. tictency and ertra .Deaotr. War not at least see thaaat J. L. VAUGHAN SCHUMANN-HEINK World's famous contralta and called "Mother of American Army" be cause of her four sons in our army and her popularity at the camps, assisted by I.A TORGE, THE GIIEAT COMPOSER iXD PIANIST KEYLOR GRAND, MONDAY, JAN. 13 WALJiA. WAIJ.A. WASH. Tickets Lower Floor, 1st 0 rows $2.00. Balance $2.50. 1st 3 rows Balcony 82.50. Xext 8 rows 32.00. Balance $1.50. Gallery aiumiwil f l.OO. Boxes and Loges $2.50. Add 10 per cent war tax. Orders If accompanied toy check and self addressed stamped envelope filled in order of receipt Xow. Auspices MAIXEX BIRXETT. HERE'S NEW EDITION OF PETER PAN COLLAR Hera la a new "Christmas edi tion" ot our long-time favorite the Poter Pan collar. - The latest ersion Is of lace and net. tnsteac 'of starched linen, and begins high up about the throat, on a round foundation band of soft crushed et- The collar Itself is almost broad enough to reach the shoul- er line. Instead ot meeting at the front, there Is a long, pleated tab of the collar lace, slightly Reminiscent ot the jabot period. The whole confection is a femi- . nine bit of finery, to add charm bo a severe. blouse pr tailored proct, w - The most prduent of the buyers for the home are not at all interested in stores that do not advertise for they kow that store profits, on each sale. confl-J are smaller where the volume of sales 3E SH '4 WHEN YOU BUY YOUR MEAT FROM THE L1KHTY MARKET YOU ARE GETTING EXCLUSIVE MEAT MARKET SERVICE THAT GUARANTEES YOU ABSOLUTE SATISFACTION. GIVE US A TRIAL AND YOU BE THE JUDGE. . . , . i.r1.s FRESH SALMON FISH FOR FRIDAY ' SALT MACKEREL FRESH HALIBUT bUlec lard Bring your own pail and save money here. For Your .SUNDAY DINNER Fine Kraut, 13c quart. Rolled Prime Rib Roast Pork Tenderloins of Beef Choice Steaks Grain Fed Pork any style pickled Pigs Feet Extra Choice Young Veal Pork loung Lamu any siyie Country Sausage Link Sausage Liver Sausage MSB Weiners, Hamburger 739 Main Street Telephone 18 Chas. L. Blum and Wilbur L. Cederdale, Props. -I I 1 h i dence, . '