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vrnmtt paces: DAILY EAST OTtEGONIAN, PfiNDLETON, OltECOK, THURSDAY, JANUARY fl, 1913. a-- - , V ' -r-' C Notices, Business Opportunities, Locals, Lost, ;Fouhd, For Rent, Etc. Classified for Easy Reference. (MS chJJa Vi-iJa ' - - r - . .l vyy xi-x eL. f new today I! NEW TODAY TOW TODAY ' Each daw advertisement will " be run under "Koir Tar" for .the first Insertion only. During -vsubaeguent inaerftlana. o- the ad It will appear under " proper WMaiMmUoa. ,- ari,,;i .;,,fa .t'.MI I I , I.,. Notices iiU'MUim lam.-. Ailli-utlnn for ;ruJnr Permits. ,-rne mienuea meetmit rriuuy, jan-. Nu(lce , hereby .Riven thut all an. uary loth, will ln poatpnna .until ,)ui.n..m ,,,.mi, tn tn. Friday, January 17th. liy order of ' hnri. nrt h,.. within ih liuinr. Worthy 1'resldent. .: . j . , W A NATIONAL,' POltKST during the season 1919. muKt be filed In my office" Jiorscg Strayed. If. Strayed irum. jny i posture near Meachum. 8 "head horses. baya three -ypartt .fia .tt.nu 3 uiacaa two years om. at Pendleton, Oregon, on or before Jan uary 81, IK (.a, , full Information In regard to (tralne;, fee to, )un f imrged and blank furms to be used in makine STOn RKNT tu rnlal)ad . Aj.t,,, ., Iff)" 'Ahybranded W on left stifle. Suitable : applications will' tie' furnished., upon I , 'Water. 1 ' ' " 'j rewar wilt be paid for return er r" I request ' ' i ' Vji . . ) :-.. ,t formation leutllnic to recovery oil ft'ftSbyfc7it!ffifa;-- W AnltL.w'rlnLi. .HHACi.Am.tLi" ""' Wm- Wtioher. Pendleton, Ore. ' "'" ., ' ; For Sale ,.;vv;rv, Wanted ..;:: ;,. FOR HAJM Modern .house and Xour WANTED Good, clean rag at The , Jots with garage., 2'ii . Jane tit.. Kaat Oregonlan ofiica. , , Penelloton. Ore., S. S. Butler, ' 111 Indiana Avenue, Spokane, Wash. WANTED Sowing, phona 4t-W. rnm vn KAL,I3Call un 4P11 ! HEMSTITCHINC at the Singer shop. COW3 FOR feALIs Call Up j M4J, proraptij, attended to. APPLES FOR SALE Pfeona 1F?; Card of TIhuiIm. Lad.V tnaferrail." 'rruiullef SlmlwimT 1TIm. Ilaulu iPAi MliM il.... ........ I ' I 1 I . - v. : - . Jf'Tv"-, , : ; I " - We wlh to thank our (rlends. for - their many kind services FOR &ALF Quarter fcawed' oak din-Muring the illness and death of . our Ing room set. Jniiuiro Willow ' beloved on. Jessie Martin; also for or phona 849. I the many beautiful' floral offerings. ;' ' ' ; ',.''!. . A. MARTIN AND WCCiH'I'EH. ' building lot, touring car" In i, class condition. Phone 328 J. STRAYKLVrFronv my place, neas He lix one small. i Jersey cov.. -.Kotify ndered I J- Kln- r'hone 828 W. Pendlotnn. P. Holt engine In good condition, a bargain. II. J. King. 1'hone 228W, Pendleton. FOnr BUO FOR SALE 1914 mod el. ' Inquire , City Meat Market. Phone 703- , .r . h" WAATEIJi-r Woman to work by the "hoar. fall 781 W. WAXTK4 Stubble, and Ft raw fasture . Jnr Z'i Or 30 head of 2 year oldr coltK Addretm P. S. Thompson. Box J72, FORD ROAUSTKR FOR SALE Io- j I'epdleton, tiulre 115 Lilleth. St. ; Sliacellaneona first I "AMILV F0R-8AIE-Butek 6-cyilnde.r touring . car. JuHt overhauled. New top 1 6EB FREE demonstration. New sub. with plate glase .back curtain. Owner stitute for eoat and wood til Main I - I, fi-yf??,., Attomeyg "' . n APT3. AND ROOMS ALTA APTS. . . ... . ," D. W. BArLET, Attorney at Law, FURNISHED APT. Hamiltoa Court Rooms 7. 8, . Despalo Building. HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS, 101 Clay OEOROK W. COUTT3, Attornar ml Law, Room 17. Schmidt block. FOR RENT 8LEEPINQ room. It . Willow. Phona 48JR. CARTER A SMYTH E. Attorneys at ' Law. Office In rear of American , Nice sleeping rooms, 721 Aura. j National Bank Building. ,,; FOR KliNT-Large front room, with Attorney, at Law. Of- or without board. 2U1 Water St. tlce. In Despair Building. " FOR RENT Large front sleeplnis r ,.. ,.. room with bath. Inquire 'Jl, Ann K g bJ street, evenUig. B'!,Ii?mTi Tm bOVK' l"'iUlrt 3. A. LOWELL, attorney and coun-el- 3 Of) milow. lor at Uw. orflc. Despaln Bldg. leaving. A snap.' Phono 738W. i Street. RKES AND FAMILY. TDraymen TI31E CARD - Wenton-PeniHetoa Anto Stase ives Weston for Pendleton at 7:4s ;. FOR RENT Furnished 4-roum tun-j.,; t LV"" . '. '! ! a- m.,ar.d 12:46 p. gulow. lntjulre this office. trui bum n nana. t'M ril Leaves Athena for Pendleton at :00 -' 1 11 1 1 j move your household goods. Teler m.. and 1:09 p. m. , FOR RENT Furnlxhed housekeeping phone S3 9. Also ban Ease transfer. ' leaves Adams for Pendleton at 8:20 Sl JuhtiHoa. i . rina and heavy hauling. 'i a- m. and 1:20 p. m. FOR SALE- -Twenty .foot Harris har vester. Only run about -SO daya J. W. Devine, Stage Gulch, or a dress Eclio- ; FOR SALE One 7- Jlolt caterpillar, I Just rebored, with new crank shaft. See- Glenn E. Scott, Pendleton, Ore. - rooms; Inquire 61 ANSWERING WANT ADS "lis a day-by-day rdnaalor, In practical affaira in bosineaa ways nd meant -lrt Vaitie! ,You LEARN about real estate where Voli'vc crESSEr) ABOUT IT heretofore. You become property, wise. You learn rental values.' You etxplore and test and study the "work-uiarkct." - . : . ,V You toivh and aliu Interest anu part In tho'cityti life AN'D ' .'YOU PROSPER!1 .i v , 1 Si S' Leaves Pendleton Store) for Weston at 10 4:00 p. m. (Allen-Knight a. m. and Not many merchants, of our ac quaintance, would udvertise In a mis leading way even, if the people were so forgetful that such a course could be made profitable. For the average worth while man Im honegt because he Is construi'ted that way not juut because it is the "best policy." FOR SALE ' 'OR EXCHANGE" "1 0 acres sub-irrigated land near the intorurban, liue between Walla Walla and Freeerater at Fetridale. Well im proved. Will exchange Xor Peadletoa residence property- -' Phone 419.; BILL JEXKIN'f, the epert horse fihoer, formerly with, the Sloan shop, now located at 632 Cottonwood, near Beck's feea sUbble, will ehoe your horses satisfactorily, i WHEN YOU NEET good, pure milk. call Oeorge-Wachtel, 2ti6J. Succes sor to Ed Morgan. LOR A PERRY, ' teacher of piano (Harrlsburg Conservatory of Music. Penn.) Phone' 4S. ' Even a man who Is very generous with his money hutcs himself 1 he ! mis neen rooica into .matting an un. K; wio purchase, or In paying more for flontething lhan was necessary. Wo pi men are coining to that attitude to ,rd their shopping and It leads to J a study of the ads. Auctioneers COI W,:R YOHNKA; "Auctioneer. makes a specialty ot farmers stock and raaohlnery sales. "The ntan that geta you the money." Leave orders at East Oregonlan Office. Second-IIand Dealers V. STROBLH, dealer m new and sec ond hand goods. Cash paid for second hand goods. Cheapest place to buy household goods. 210 K. Court. Phone 271 W. MOiEY To' LOAN1 on farm lands, j The State I,end Board a now loan- i ing on improved farm lands not ex- I ceedlng $5040 to one person- Apoly ' tn Chas H. Cartt-r. Pendloton, Oregon. ArcbltecL WART T COI.tTMW ATO CLASSIF1KD DIRECTORY. Counting six ordinary words to the line and charged by the line. Want ads and locals. Bates Per l.lae. First Insertion, per line -lae Each add. insertion, per line- fee One week (six lnsections), each Insertion, per line Be 1 mo. each Insertion, per line 4c a month contract, each In- aertion, per line Sa 12-month contract, each In- aertlon, per line . to No ads taken for less than 2&c Ads taken over the telephone only from Eest Oregon tan sub scribers and those listed la the Telephone Directory. Copy must be In our office not later than 1:30 o'clock day of publication. 3 fi.. NEWBERRY, Attorney at Law. Smith-Crawford Building. 1 PETERSON BISHOP,- Attorneye at Law. Rooms a and 4. ctmltn- Crawford Building. JAMES B. PERRY, Attorney at Law. Offk over Taylor Hardware Com pany. RALEY AND RALET, Attorneya at Law. Office In American National Bank Building: FRED E. SCHMIDT, Attorney at Law. Room 24, Smith-Crawford Bldg. Notices RAYMOND tect. Phone 732 J, Pendelton. Ore-1 THE son. Farm Implements W. HATCH, ARCHI. NON-SKIP" WEEDER gets all the wseds the first time nv r the field. Saves one-third the time anu Your ad. .ithoind -interest an owner, does lots better werk. i Ordjr now. of uninvested money in your plan. Pendleton Weeder Works J2 Cotton- If reading the ads will help you to buy more wisely, isn't the task worth i while? ' : wood atreet- " Taken VP. There came to my place at Middle jCold Springs about Dec , 191H. one Ismail grey mare, weight about 50 ' lbs. 7 years old. branded circle on ' right stifle. Owner can have same ! by paying charges. ! R. J. CAMPBELL, Box 8, Pendleton, Ore. Your ad. should serve you uuickly servant YOU OUGHT TO HAVE looks I when the cook leaves. at tlie "Help wants." Your ad should be tr.ere when the CREAM FOR CATARRH OPENS UP NOSTRILS Tells IIow To Get Quick Relief from lieaa1 -Colds. It s Splendid! . Jn one minute your clogged nostrils! I will open, the air passages of your head will clear and you can breathe; , freely. No more hawking, snuffling. .'blowing, headuchc, dryness. No struggling for breath at night; your tfcold or catarrh wil Ihe rime. I Get a small bottle ot Ely's Caenm Ilalm from your druggist now: Apply , a little of this fragrant, anlscptlc. t healing cream In your nostrils. It penetrates through every air passage i of the hend, soothes the Influtned or s PRESIDENT'S SHIP TAKES$i?.O0O.OOOTO YANKS IN EUROPE! 110,000 SQUARE MILES OF POLAND ARE LAID WASTEi i"" . ; 100 Inches of Skin ; Jn iTacow tn price 01 Dtran ia aju I times the prewar price and tbe same true of fats. I Heretofore fun collected for Po-j- nin imiiirnniTirn Needed to Save Leff ,K h 11 UrtlA llrA of Crippled Childj"" Wlil W,VWI B IUG SVIU'IUSE TO MANY IX PEXDITOX IIhIi relief have leen utilized in help- -The Anicri- insf Poles outside their own country. j Heretofore fundn collected for Po- j j liph relief have been utilized in help- ; laONDON. Dec. lfi. (By mail.) i ine Poles outside their own country.;. ! Something must be done for Poland. xw w-v ha been tPni. j iinuon fOiea are BeeKinar 10 enust ; v the world'n help in order that Poland tea between revolutionary liermany . ir. Aitha.t the m-, i eoige Wushintftijii. , and revolutionary Kutsia, the newly! ' .. . - . .. ,hoJ uccordinur to Polea In London. NEW roUK, Jan. 8. can traiiMport nhl.ih ....!.- I 7" .-.... I,.t.,l,.( ! f.. 1 .. Il.l,.n,l ..-a l n ..... . .L - y " ; , i'1"'1" " ,7. " r. .'threateiiinw on the west. Mm. Wilson unci their party, and re-j carious situation. While it it claimed turned Dec. 23 'With 5,000 wounded j the country has suffered greater de-j . ' officers and men. left at 4 o'clock l-va station- through the war than any TitrlfrP T? Ill PC C!itv Jununry I from Hohoken for Prest, I other country. It has heen impossiMe! h Wo lien mucous with the distinction of betnsr the first ! for the outride world to nend aid.; mAlllhrll.0 h ri,ii(.f transport to turt abroad in the Now! neither Germany nor Kucwta offer hue' memnrane ana reiiei MfttlllfliCtory channel. Now that the. Has Right to Close I PORTlAAiXiDI, Jan. 8. Utt!fi j Willie McGregor heeds 100 square inches of new skin grafted on his burned leg. VHli is an orphan and has only one leg and it has been badly burned. He has been un der treatment at the flood Sa maritan hospital for the past four months. Two men have already donated I 100 Inches of skin that has oeen ; successfully grafted on part of j the burn- OPEN DOORS TO U. S. SOLDIERS ! ' ; ; i :i i ! INSTRUCTION GIVEN DESPITE OBSTACLES ' People are surprised at the IX STAXT action of simple buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc.. as mixed in Ad-ler-i-ka. OXB EPOON"FT."L. flushes the EXTIRB bowel tract so complete ly It relieves AXT CASE sour stom ach, gas or constipatka and prtventa appendicitis. The IXSTANTNp . pleas ant action of Adler-1-ka surprises lMth doctors end patiente- It re moves foul mntter which poisoned your stomach for -months. Tallman & Co., druggists. rump. Instuntiv. t It's JiiHt fine. Hon't stay sluffed-up wllh a c"ld r nasty catarrh Itellef comes ho quickly. , i WOItKKItS III.K K TltACKS. -Judge . tlilpyartl Kiiipli)cs nl Taj'oina Dislike J Hm'linr Scrvltv if t'lty. '. , TAl'OMA, Wash., Jan. $. -Muniet-'pal ownership Is having hard sledding ;(n Tacoma. where shipyard workers tarc angry because streetcar service to I.A r.RAXDE, Or.. Jan. 9. tii took u distinguished uassenter port of Danzig is open relief can be Anderson, of IJaker county list thut had been scheduled for the !'" by sea direct. (court, presiding Instead of Judge i transport leviathan, including' peace When Russia, Austria and Germany j Knowles, who Is III. hni ruled that delegates and men who have directed ' finally ceased fightiirg back and forth the city authorities were within their war organizations in Washington.. (across Poland they had laid waste: legal rights when they ordered the Lieut. Commander V. V. Wood-f approximately 110.000 suuare miles, I moving pictures to close during the wurd chief engineer of the I.eviathai, etual to the combined areas of New J influenza, epidemic. The city ordered Tork, Pennsylvania and :ew jersey. , them closed and wnen tne tneaier In the Austrian zone of occupation : managers determined to take the mat alone more thau 200,000 buildings ter to the courts for a test decision. were destroyed, notwithstanding the, by remaining open, a temporary re-jnany '.' circuit .TRANSPORT BRINGS J 127TII I A.-115TII T. M. It. ANU CASt'AL I i Educational Centers Where ouu iroops are Stationed. and his staff were at work yesterday repairing the turbine trouble thut de veloped Monday evening and made it nert.MNurv lit nnHUmne thi Ivin Ihi n's sutllng until Jan. 7. (occupied country was chiefly agricui-j straining order was granted and for Will lt'liilr While Afloat. j tnral. Livestock worth HO.IMlOlOOO j three days the theaters operated un- Th urr,., ,,..l t,,rla,i.. uiii nnt i, m.lKM carried off In the first 2 years. In tit Judge Anderson disolved the ln- i..H,,.ti-i,,i i.lunia is disliked. Hev- l,nv.,l frm ,h. ii.o ,,m,,i r.rn. the Ormun zone S7 wt cent of all tho , junction. -eral hundred shipbuilders threw ties cedure, but the delicate repairs will I homes were taken; in the Austrian' This afternoon school attendance 'on Iho track when no curs were Injbe made aboard the transport. Uie ! "' 0 percent. ! was greater than any time for a sight to carrv them to the city. The;Course taken two vears ago when T"e result Is that prices now are month and the number of quarantined 'city took over the operation of its Lieut. Commander Woodward alter- j Practically prohibitive. A farmer ; houses has been reduced from nlncty u . i,.ni',,.v- i The nronertv .A tk. i.iPiiinaa v.A wishing to cultivate his land must pay one to twenty-seven. No deaths are formerly was operated by the Tacoma land (the same vessel) without re- 15 ""1!8 the Prewar price for Railway & Power fompany. i- Attempts to handle the heavy truf fle have been futile. Thousnnds rf ehlpynrd workers, eager to reach Jiome. Crtuse the congestion. Th. Lnr, ihs,i,n V t,:ri PARIS. Dec. 20. (By Mail) Every .hi- mnrninrr frnn, rwn i.H tn. American soldier now held in France 127th Field artillery. 115th trench I . hftve if he wi?hes U- tne Wr mortar battery and a casual com 1 1 reported today.' which included 1 5 aviation of- f jeers'. The 127th is commanded by Cap tain K. M. Knfflish and the 115th by Captain Drake. Most of the men are from the west, although some are from New Tork and other eastern states In the con tingent are men who fought at Chau teau Thierry, Bel lea u Wood and Ver jun. .-,-,- i lt SAYS HOT WATER WASHES POISONS FROM THE LIVER Everyone abould drink hot water with phosphate In It, befora breakfaat. moving them . , rrzrrr;zzzr Under a heavy armed guard thoyj were transferred from, the Levi DOINGS OF THE DUFFS atnan to tne ueorge vtnsninion tne baga containing $2,000,01)0 in coin j for payment of American troops! abroad. Though the money was mov- ' ed only a few hundred feet from Pier No. 4 to Pie No. 5. a score of armed men patrolled the wharves during the ! transfer. Tom got the idea of the smoking screen from the war. BY ALLMAN To feel as fine as the proverbial fiddle, we must keep the liver wash ed clean, almost every morning, to )reent Ats sponge-like pores irom clogging With Indigestible material, our bile and poisonous toxins, says a footed physician- ' If you get headaches, it's your liver, f you catch cold easily, it's your liver. If you wake up with a bad jaste, furred tongue, nasly breath or ptomach becomes rancid. It's your jtver. Sallow skin, muddy complox lan. watery eyes all denote liver un tleanllness. Ifour liver Is Ihe most Important, also the moat abused, and ieglected organ of the body. Few know Its function or how to release te dammed-up 'body waste, bllo and ioxlns. Most folks resort to violent falnmet, which Is MingerAu,' sail-' iatlng chemical which can only be ised occasionally because It accumu lates In the tissues, ulso attacks the tbne. !' livery man and woman, sick or well, should drink each morning be fore breakfast, a glass of hot water with a teaspoonful of limestone phos phate In It. to wash from the liver and bowels the previous day's Indi gestible material, the poisons, sour bile and toxins: thus cleansing, sweet ening and .freshening the entire ali mentary canal before putting more food Into the stomach. Limestone phosphate dues atrict the diet like calomel. FRATERNITY ltOirsB AT V. Of O. HAIH.Y 1AMAUUI MY FIltK! 1'NrvKK.SITY OF OREGON, Jan- a. The University of Oregon Alpha; Tau Omega fraternity house was badly dinnuged Monday morning as the result of a fire which started ' 'about o'clock In the basement and! which swept to the roof before It! was controlled. The damage is estl- mated at about (3000. The damage from fire Is not as ' great as that caused by water, as tho ( entire house was "flooded lefore the ; flames could be extinguished. The' fire department was delayed for over , five minutes In fighting Iho conflagra tion, by frozen hydrant. The society places a value of J3500 : pn their furniture, about . half ot i which Is thought to have been ruined i by fire and water. It Is said that thoj furniture and house, which belonged ; to J Baugh of Springfield, Is covered j by :tnsurairce. j The house is damaged to such an extent the It Is pi-obal'le the members i of the .fraternity will move Into an-i o'ther house for this term. j War Department's Ban j Stops Reckless Flying i WASHINGTON, Jan. 8 Low fly- I Ing and acrobatics by military aviators i during celebrations in the vicinity of j cities, towns and buildings are for-, bidden under threatened penalties In an order Issued by the wur desirt- i ment. 1 A department announcement said: Increase in the flying accidents on : home training fields since the armls- j tlce had made action necessary and ; not re- !that e,Muuuinllng ot'fU'efs had been In- j because1 strotert to take the most stringent 1 order. ;.iivte. for It Is harmless , met noes in eninrriiis me and you ran est anything afterwards. Pilots who fivll to comply will be -It Is Inexpensive and almost tasteless. kept out of the air and restricted M! alid any pharmacist will sell wynu a , the linilis or the reservation. Trial j' tumrter 'pound, which Is sufficient for , by conrt-nuirtlnl Is recommended In , w tiemonstriitli.n of how hot.saJ,ej jrt ,he case jut rwular army- officers, an ; Umet,.."Tu4ihstV-cleans. srfntn-III, the casa-hf all "ther officers pro- ' lutes and freshens tho liver, Keeping iccedlngs itu a view to their discharge ou feelluj fit tlav in and day out, from tho service, will be tttkoil, ! I vieu..i kept (am . h TIHfflR I I I eUjctJ Ar4okjue ajd lWtimititi KENEAR-a RMCXOTIOJ -jj, s s a FREE CoUeTTRW f 1 lOskS eU(WToCWVfMCE ' '1.1,1 V. Lew ,-oal I I1 II I . ,, (jorr SKioKiue; if f j lm 111'-; " -r! if CLvhAMT to' 11 'j. Ii - -SI ,.' .Jit w: ,, , mm : im " 't ' : ; . Hi.) :'.,i ' " 111 DOrlV JpT EXCITED V SMOMUti tH (J ' ' ' ''i H H ElErl -1 JOST BROKE. I !liJ J J j j i tunity for instruction ranging from reading and writing to university training. For illiterates such instruc tion 'will be compulsory. But this bald statement represents merely the external and immediate evidence of what is to be done. The aim is edu cation in the truest sence; to the end that our men may go home not only without having lost more time out of their lives than is actually necessary, but with a clear idea of their relations to society and to the nation. The operation of the educational machinery will be under direction of the Y. M. C. A., with many of the in structors selected from among the of ficers and enlisted men. Educational centers wilt be established nvherever there are 500 Or more troops, and those who are unable to attend the classes at such places will be reached 1 through army correspondence schools, j The great universities of France i and England have opened their doors j to men of the American Expeditionary Force. An American hoy who left col ' lege, for Instance in his sophomore year to enter the army will be able to continue his college work in France for England; for which credit will be ' given when he. returns to America, i The same facilities tn the way of ln i struction and furloughs will be ex tended to those who wish to learn ! trades, and to those who have need ! of the more elementary forms of ed- ucation. ! 11111 y or Time. iThat there Till be ample time for operation of the program is assured i by physical reasons. Lack of tonnage met.; from those "who have a com plete understamlinff of their obliga tions! and relations to those who are not and perhaps never have been in real touch with their life at home. Pcrs.Mii.cf in Obstacle. .One of the most formidable obsta cles before the cominisni is that of providing personnel for the work. If the United States were stripped lare of teachers, still there would be lfard ly enough for the needs abroad, and this problem has been at reast parti ally solved by the acceptance by the army of the responsibility of provid ing instructors from its ranks. There are thousands of men frt olive drab who are capable of giving: the kind of instruction needed; and the Y. M. C. A. Tvill be hard enough pressed to get men to initiate and direct the work. These men must, naturally, be profes sional educators. The Dalles Demands Strict Quarantine Because of the Flu THE DALLES, fran. In a mes sage to tho city council upon taking office latt night. Mayor I. J. Sta die- man urged immediate action to put into effect the most rigid quarantine possible against influenza. The quar antine declared a week ago has prov ed ineffective in checking' the second wave of the disease here. One death was reported today and two y esters- day. An agreement "was not reached last niht, but the schools, poolrooms and theatres will probably be closed at an adjourned session tonight. ' - This proposed dime tic action by the council follows the rise during the past week of the second wave of the dis ease here. Two deaths which occurr ed Sunday and from 30 to 35 new casea daily created a popular liuand for a more strict quarantine. The one which was placed in effect a week ago required the quarantine of all homes where the disease exists. atone win prevent tne rapid return of but permitted public gatherings at thm our men to the United States and, theatres, lodges and the like. Since while, their transportation already 'thf-n manv f:.riii h,,v. nmtr.td thousands the disease ifM severe form and nu merous cases of pneumonia following hns bejrun, there will be who "will be held abroad either be cause tonnage is lacking or because they have special duties to perforin. Necessity for the realization of the educational program is fh compelling that it will be put into effect reuard- 1 loss of the great obstacles which ex- j 1st: 1 In the curriculum as it ttandf tt.-n-J taiively. the proposed textbooks on i the I'nited States include those on physical geography, economic and commercial geography, and historical tseography, showing growth of the ; country us a world power. Economic. political and literary history is also j covered: and there are sMeeiAl book 5 ; on envernment, slate and national, ! and on the government of cities. Standard Text IhMaks. t For such instruction standard txt I books will probably tie used in most i instances, but they will be supple I monted by sperial books, pamphlets. atlases of tho United States and bv , wall ma ps. i The nature of the texthnok shows : the effort which will be made to bring the citizen sohitrr into cbmer i relation with the social r'i p in which i he is to resume his pari. lit will 1 have a better nmterMaii.'tn. of his economic feint ion to other tndividu- als .mil to the intiii'i, and of his ohM ,Hat.t.s to society. This of course, ap i iUv3 ill arttitf degree t UiftV. viit influenza are reported. FIVK ri-ritsoNs iik WHEX MHM 1H1AT SIIHKLY CAPSIZES TAl'OMA, Jan. S. Five persona lost their liven Saturday night when the 6 3 -foot freighter Aauizoii of the .Merchants Transportation company, plying between Tacoma and Seattle, turned turtle. Three members of the crew. Captain Phillip:, Engineer Mc II ;. uumin and Edgar Sanget. deck hand, mived themselves bv clinging to tho upturned hull of the ship ana keeping warm by building a fire on the bottom of the craft after one of th men had dried matches Jn his ha i r. In Holland the ex-kaiser is glad lo exchange his shining word fir a shining raifinx knife. CHICHESTER S PILLS 'tit , It. 4 aa n.,, . -.! ai.U. K Y-la.tMMk-r r V . W'IfH A 4 f -4 N)4 TTtt s ll JnB tIM tSit CI lu.l,1rtllf,.HI,A,.i,, iih j iuinPRiiitnnwnMditt am. ' If'