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, EIGOT PAGES : DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY W, 1919. a ! J colors 525 Main St Free ' .Matches, 4 boxes 25c, Citrus Powder, 2 packages .... .. . ' Gold Dust, 1 package , . . . ' Bob Vhite Soap, 18 bars , Ivory Soap, 16 bars .' '. '. . . Sniders Catsup, bottle . . . Palace Car Jain, glass . . Quaker Corn Flakes, package . . . . . .'. . . 10c Washington Crisps, package 10c Ripe Olives, can 20c ': HONOR ROLL I :" : ' ' V Pled of. Wounds. Private Vscar Day Churchman. Bharldan, Ore. "i yi Wounded Severely. 'Private Walter W. Mueller. Dallas. OraU.' - ' " Private Willtara.K. Parlon. peine jCreekOiv.Ti IVtvale Henry Ilendrlckgon, land. Ore. - .MisHlng in Action. Private Conrad C. C'ockerline, cadfc. Ore. i . ' i New- Esta- Is" I' ! i rr m i a i i i ui w ii ' p A a TV I'H - J2) M UQ W L4 11 liJ ) For SATURDAY Buy it all at one time at one place, and have it come on one delivery. Get this service and save money while getting it : LOOK! READ! ll.. ' MEATS POT-ROAST ....... .......... ........... 18c BOILING BEEF 15c PORK ROAST . . ...................... . . 25c PORK CHOPS ......................... . 30c FANCY SUGAR CURED BACON ....... 45c EASTERN AND OLYMPIA OYSTERS DEEP SEA CRABS GENUINE ALASKA KING AND FRESH SALMON, HALIBUT, HERRING. CAULIFLOWER V SWEET POTATOES i jfi. 2 k SQUASH, WHOLE OR 5 Ii EX.,-FANCY WINESAP FLORIDA GRAPE FRUIT 15c, 2 for 25c FANCY BROWN BEANS 10c, 3 for 25c NEW FIGS, PACKAGE . . .15c, 30c COMB HONEY .25c I 7a . Pendleton Trading Co. . gooce ore to Central Market. TELEPHONE 55 - WK MAKES TIB BEST SAUSAGE. ON EARTH. 4X Two Telephone m ,..) B-.iiV . JTOSjL n CASH GROCERY Delivery. Phone 640 12 boxes 70c . 55c . 30c $1.00 $1.00 . 25c . 30c Wounded, nogreo I'ndeUTmlned. Private Kugene W. Fisher, Bugene. Ore. Wounded, Degree Undetermined, Pre s vloUHly Reported Missing in Action. Private James B. Elfort, Portland, Ore. When a merchant decides to pass on to you the major part of his good fortune In buying a particular line of goods at a special advantage, he will not neglect to tell you about your op portunity. If he were to neglect that his store would fall In service to you. I I 15c and 20c 10c, 3 lbs. 25c , CUT 3c APPLES, box. . $3.00 Ji 5 K a A 455 and 456 'A Jji returning to work, but others heard 5lof ,n gtner,n"' Invaded It and no action was taken officially. MAY TIGHTEN : IfilMIGRATIOf FOR 2. 4 YEARS STEPS UNDERWAY TO CHECK COMING RUSH Exceptions Will be Made if Proof of Status is . Sufficient. WASHINGTON, Jan. 10, Ef fort to tighten Immigration re striction will be made tills am. a Ion of congress despite the ' shortiwue of time before ad journment. Chalnnaa Burnett ' yesterday called tlie bnue Inunl ration committee together In at- . : tempt to acre on Home measures tliat will bait the rush to Amer ican shores which la expected as Hoon aa there in shipping apace. Two measures are berore the oommlttee; one to halt Immigra tion for four years; the other, for two year. Kxoeptions made in these two bilht are government officials, skilled laborers, reffl gees from religious persecution and returning soldiers who are alien. All would be allowed ad mission on their proof of status. French Tots at School Get Candy From Yanks By United Press) PAni8, Dec. 10. (By Mail) They edged up In front of the canteen coun ter of a T. M. C. A. hut at Aix-les- Bains and demanded candy, two pri vates lust back from Luxembourg. "Something that huts," one of them said, and displayed disappointment be cause there weren't any all-day suck era. Each bought the maximum am ount that may be sold to any one sol dier. , Presently they were back again, this time coming a little more warily, but with the same determination in their eyes. Again they wanted candy, a lot of candy. "Mother" Anderson with the red triangle on her arm and known to every soldier who has ever been on leave at Aix-les-Bains, came ud to explain why no more sweets could be sold to them. The two sol diers looked heart-broken. "But -we gotta have it. Ma'am," ex claimed one of them. Then they told her why. Almost day's travel from Aix-les-Bains they had come upon a little school house. The little French children, taught by an old man, had trooped out and had saluted the American soldiers. They were the first children the boys had seen In months. Now they wanted to go back and take the youngster some candy. They had permission from their officers and the only thing that they lacked was the candy. "We gotta go." they said again, "We told the kids we'd come back with some candy for them. We said it in Knglish but they got us all right. We promised. Please sell it to us. Ma'am." They got it, of course. Then they set off casually on their errand, just two plain American privates, gladly giving up two days of their precious leave so .that the little French chil dren they had aeen but once before might have some candy hard candy, something that lasts. "Grab a Yank While They Last" Might Be Slogan (By United Press.) LOXDOM, Dec 18. By Mall) Probably the American girls who sent their young men overseas to win the late unlamented war will breathe a great sigh of relief when all the boys embark for home. Interest or the girls of England and France in the dashing young chaps from the United States is not entirely platonic. Recently the International T. M. C. A. Hospitality league in London sent out an appeal for more homes to be opened to men on leave In England, looking toward the time when con clusion or peace would bring still greater numbers of overseas soldiers to Great Britain who would be releas ed from duty oftener but still unable to go home. Among the answers was this let ter, which discovers a new field of ac tivity for the T. M. C. A. "Pardon me writing to you, but j seeing in the Dally Chronicle of today about soldiers coming . home on leave If you know of a lonely soldier would you kindly give him my address I have en closed, for I should like very much to know of one. as I regret to say my young man has been killed at the front. Hoping you will do your best for me., . ' . Tours respectfully. P. S. I shall be very pleased to hear from any If you know. I am iS and single." Paris to be Mecca For World's Tourists PARIS. Jan. 10. Paris . Is facing her greatest Influx of tourists since the days of the International Exhibition. More than 100,000 Americana have a applied for passports to Prance, and thousands more will come from European countries. a Coos nay Strike Will On. MARSHFIKLD, Or., Jan. a. There was little change In the situation at the Coos Hay shipyards where em ployes walked out yesterday. The Kruse A Banks Company, however, haa a number of men working at their regular lobs and the Coos Bay yard reported between 75 and 100 men en gaged. The orncers or tne i-oos nay yara 1 today posted a notice advising all who i do not start work tomorrow morning to call for their pay envelopes. This 'action hurried the deliberations of i those who do tint favor the walkout. nrwl th.v enllml & meeting to discuss MANY REGISTERED VOTERS FAILING TO CLEAR RECORD While a number of cards mailed to the last known addresses of register ed voters who' have failed to vote In the past two years are being returned to County C'lrk H. T. Brown, he feels that the response to these notices not as large as it should be. . , In all 4000 voters registered In the county have failed to exercise . the right of franchise in the past two years, and. the .law requires that the clerk shall go over the list, cutting out the registration of those falling in this respect. The cards now being mailed give these voters an, opportune Ity to "clear up their records, , and those falling to respond to the cards will be stricken from the books. Fail ing to do this they will have to regis ter again before being ' allowed to vote again. It is found that It Is not always the fault of the voter that he is not re corded as voting. In one precinct not a name IB checked as voting, though a sizeable vote - was cast In the pre cinct. The clerks neglected to check the names of the voters as they called for ballots, and because of this ft is necessary to send a card to every per son registered in that precinct; - I. W. W. MAINTAI.VF.D SI1EVT DEFIANCE IN TRIAL COURT SACRAMENTO, Cal., Jan. if I. W. W. are not seeking to be martyrs, ac cording to evidence brought out in the trial of the 46 silent defendants in the federal conspiracy trial here. - "One good rebel out of jail is worth more than 10,000 In iail." ' ' - - l John L. Murphy, a defendant, wrote those words from Olympia, Wash., to "Chris" In Sacramento, according to government evidence .Introduced. "Some day It will be here as tt Is in Hussla" he added. . "All but three, of the defendants maintained their "silent defence," re fusing to recognize the court or at torneys, on the grounds that Justice is unobtainable in California. . FIFTY MILLION DOLLAR LOVE TO END IN DIVORCE? 5. DVKEj Time ' and tnatrimonyT have proved to the Angler B. Dukea of New ' York Philadelphia, Newport. Palm Beach and all points fashionable, that 60 million dollars and the approval of society can't chain Cupid to their fireside. The-Dukea are about to be di vorced. .Mrs. Puke, the that was Cor nelia Blddle, and Angler B., son of, the tobacco king and heir to 80 j millions, were married la 1919, when lue bride was It and justj out of finishing school. PARIS AND LONDON NEIGHBORS BY PLANE LONDON'. Dec. 17 (By mail.) Thanks to aviation . the world grows smaller every day. Time was when Londoners regarded Paris as a town a long way off, and those who went there considered themselves well traveled. Those were the days when "straight as the crow flies" was a mere figure of speech: but now the Journey to Paris la being made that-way every day. Parisians are becoming to Londoners just next door negihbors, and Mr. Smith of 919 will say to himself, "I think I'll ust drop In on Alphonse In Paris for lunch." It won't take him any longer to see Alphonse than It would to drop In and see his wife In ther little su burban home. A similar idea occurred to Fred II. lawton, of the American Y.- M. C. A. While London was. rejoicing -over the signing of the armistice the Ameri- OREGON people "con sume" several million dollars' worth of products every week food, clothing and merchandise ot all de scriptions. Why not recognize our power to make our own state grow and prosper by patronizing our own manu facturers? , BUY HOME PRODUCTS. HOMI INDVSTIIT LSAOVl ml OSSOOM t can copeelved the idea, of showing the Yanks and compatriots In Paris Just what form these rejoicings took. o a movie of the London crowds vaa ta ken. With this Lawton left England at 12:30 p. m. and arrived In Paris in time for luncheon. The flight was mad. In big Hand ley-Page airplane and from start to finish took only 35 minute. ' That night the Parisian armistlcers were able to see on the screen the an. tics of their friends in London, with whom they were united in com mon rejoicing. - . DAUGHTER CF LUSH, GENERAL ADOPTS .i.ii.-''.. FRENCH VILLAGE Mist Norah Rackett, daughter of an Irish general, has notified the French government Of her In tention to adopt a French villas In the Olse department, that baa bean rained by tha war. Miss Hackett organized an am. balance section with 18 automo biles and 24 girl drivers and haa bean working with th French army almost from tha beginning of tha war. 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PENDLETON ABSTRACT; COMPANY P - i American Xatkmal Bank Bldgv Pendleton, Oregoai ; ' Con Dung Low CHOP SUEY, j NOODLES Chinese Style. HOTTAMALES ' CHILLI CON CARNE SPANISH 8TYXJS. LUNCHES COFFEE ; Everything clean and up-to-. date. FIRST CLA8S SERVICE' TEA 5c Package; vtrJ UNDER STATE " HOTEL Cor. Webb and Cottonwood Bta. ' Phone 6S7. Pendleton. Ore. Hi) UQULS'