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" DAILY EAST OKEGONIAN, TENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1(J19.
EIGHT PAGES VAT,V SIX r,-- 4il & vmcnrt by Mme. Piiiiimnnn Helnk , dtyt was her trm Walla, Walla, last Xeil. the service being performed by famous prim donna ennlrallo. who Is night as the guc.t of Mrs. I I. Idle- Ilv- K- Gornall ut the Mehodtst 1i, nvpewr the Keylor- fimnd theoer j man-. Miss irry Intended to teach parsonage .at-3 o'ckca ,,- ', , In s Walla Wall Monday evening, Is music in 1'endleton hut her plans hnvfc - Kittaciinjr the attention of Pendleton Keen changed and she left today fori "'" Watson la In .the, city, from milrlr! 'hit-era. The singer to to t R-!. Miles city. Mont., to be at the home !0lnl,on today. H'.Htt-d by Charles Carver, basso, and or her parents., ! Irs- Sablna Morton of Morton Ktitnk I-a FMrge, pianist. 1 j Farms, Athena, Is In the city today. I . . , . j r.' G Bishop of Irrison. is n. Pen- ! M""o Armstrong yesterday after-!nletol1 visitor toaay "Minn l.ora Terry, formerly of this! noon became the bride of James C. , n. i,.M . ' viao. i,. Pendleton today from -Portland. W. Lundell wa In Pendleton yes. terday from Weston. Dr. J. A. Sponagle of Athena, Is a business visitor in Pendleton today. Sam Rothrock is a visitor in I"en dlelon today from Athena,- stopping at the Htel 8t. ileorge.-h . ; Mi, and Mrs.. l. S. Raymond of Pendleton, are visiting at the Seward. , Portland Journal. - .. o-.. T. H. Wells; .who has- been 111 for s-itie time, is now quite recovered and Is able to be back at his duties in the federal buildln.tr. . , Mr. and Mrs. I. I Rogers and Mr. and Mrs. n. It. Thompson form a party i Pt-iHllotani Mm oil t'ohmu'tleftC"' I v At the opctilng, meeting. ve?irday i of the elgb.th annual session 'of1 Hie t'regon hrlgalpn. congress.- .Roy Hit her of- this city was appointed to act nn'tlwreaolutlons -committee, and J. Hnrgess, also of Pendleton, on th credentials committee. Vliy Meat Prices Vary jn Different Stores : ' H V 1 t ' ' I ' Prim teen l.9oe20SS tiood to etwee ler 17.01H? IS.M Common ui medium steers.. ...... 10. if' - - YajtlnKfstMfssct,,., le.0W! ;n Fat cowl and hwifers 8SiUb..H5 . Csnnins cows and heifers ........ 7,2&y. 8.25 Hulls, vlaht to bast fci.50 t'oue te fane; celves t..7.Ml&.7 WeMem w ateen lo.ODwlo.UK These newspaper quotations represent- live cattle prices in Chicago on December 30th,J.918. The list shows price ranges on "nine general classified groups with a spread of $13.85 per cwt the lowest at $6.50- and the highest at $20.35. Why this variation in price? Because the meat from differ ent animals varies greatly in quality and weight Although the quotations ' shown, are in nine divisions, Swift & Company grades cattle into 34 general classes, and each class into a variety of weights and qualities. " As a result of these differences in cattle prices, (due" to .differences in weights and meat qualities), there is a range of 15 cents in Swift & Com pany's selling prices of beef car casses. . ( These facts explain: 1 Why retail prices vary in . . , . different stores. 2 Why it would be difficult to regulate prices of cattle or beef. 3 Why it requires experts to judge cattle and to sell meat, so as to yield the profit of only a fraction of a cent a pound a profit too small to affect prices. . Swift & Company.U. S. A. in tfHE UNIVERSAI'CAr The Ford Model T One-Ton Truck Chass is, $634.58 f. o.'b. Pendleton, has been thor oughly tepted for more than two years. It is sold you now in the assured confidence that it will meet your requirements and ex pectations. The regular Ford frame, only larger and heavier, the .regular Ford motor with direct driven worm gear; wheel base of 124 inches and will turn inside a 46-foot circle. It has all the simplicity of the Ford car, all the economy in operation and main tenance. Come in and we'll give you fur ther details. . . ' t Immediate Delivery Simpson Auto Co. Water & Johnson Sts. rhone 408 nww of Itlvnrc lwirn-d. . Judge O; W. Phelps has Issued a de cree of divorce in the vnne of William Cheif versus Minnie E. Chelf Rlvlnir plaintiff decree of divorce. Weather Warmer. , The mercury last niRht was a con siderable distance from xero for the thermometer today shows that It was 15 above. The maximum today is 25 with clear weather and the wind calm. Sups for $I8.0. W. J. Clarke versus A. A. Hardin and- James cornfield is the title of a suit filed in the circuit court Thursday In which plaintiff seeks judgment for 1 84.90 alleged to be owind from defendants. Raley & Raley are attor neys for plaintiff. . Elmer Tnntrr lined $230." Elmer Turner, before Judge Phelpa today plead guilty to charge of having from Pendleton at the Hotel Portland, liquor in his possession and was fined Orosonian. ...... . "T 1250. Turner has been held under Senator Roy W. Rltner of Pendlf ton I bonds for the past two months to ap arrived at the Imperial this morning ! arrested after receiving four cases of to attend the . Irrigation,, congress Portland Journal.- .... t John Iinnn. special agent for the O.-W, R. & X. company, Is In the city on business connected with his de partment. MissiRessIe lhbs of Dayton, Wash ington. arrived last night to join "her mother, Mrs. ITattle Oibson, in a1 visit at the iam Jenkins home. Mrs. Gib son arrived recently to be a guest of Pendleton friends. Mrs. Stella A'. Sanders Jeft yester day for Portland after a visit here at' the home of her parents. Mr. ond-Mrs. M. It. Keys of sit An ra street. , Miss Fern Getchell,. who has been attending school at St. Joseph's ncademy, .returned yesterdny from Marshfield whero she spent the holi days with her mother.- . Recommended 325,t)00 For Navy Personnel whiskey. Sentenced and. Paroled.. Arthur Ulrlch and Joe Pohl before Judge G. W. Phelps pleading to the charge of larceny of a store were sentenced to one to seven years In the penitentiary. Owing to the age of the- boys who are both under 19, the judge paroled them to the care of their parents Banker Wailnt In Here. C. E. Walles, who Is credited with being in the- lead In Iho organization of a new bank in Pendleton was in the city yesterday. No announcement re garding the new bank has yet been made but it is currently known that tho stock subscription has run above S25,0OO. WASHINGTON-. Jan. 10. A naval personnel of 325,000 men for the year beginning next July "will be recom mended in a new naval bill, house bill committeemen today said. Figures are 2.1.000 below those Secretary Daniels sot and considerably less than naval officers asked. California Legislature Reports Favorably On Dry Amendment i SACRAMENTO. Jan. 10. The Pheppard dry amendment was today reported favorably in both houses of the legislature. ROOSEVELT ESTATE VALUED AT OYSTER BAY, Jan 10. Colonel Theodore Roosevelt's will, made In 1912. was read to members , oIt the family at Sagamore Hill today and probably will be filed with the surro gate of I'assau county tomorrow. Al though the alue of the former pres ident's estate -was not known, It was understood to amount to not more than $500,000. According to Attorney George C. Cobbe. of New York, who read the will, the document provides that the entire estate, except the fam ily silver and plate, shall be held In. trust for the widow during, her life, and glvea her power to dispose of It by will as she sees fit. In the event she leaves no trill, the estate Is to be divided in equal parts among the chil dren, t The silver and family plate. Mr. Cobbe said, are to be divided among the children, as i a.$60,000 trust fund left to Colonel Roosevelt by his father. The Truth is some-times painful. For ins-tance when the doctor says one must give up -the dearly loved cup of y cbffee. Happiness fo!-' lows however when one finds out how delicious and health making Is "the pure cereal drink INSTANT POSTUM Ten Days for V&grancy; Isaac CraiR-, an Indian boy, was sen tenced to 10 days in lhe city Jail to day for vagrancy. Craiff has spent the greater portion of the past year in the county or city jail.. Last year he served a sentence of several months for breaking in the depot at Helix and taking some pennies. Xo Church Services Sunday, The churches of Pendleton with ex ception of Christian Scientists will be silent Sunday, voluntarily deciding to remain closed, though the present in fluenza regulations permit of the holding: of services- under restriction limiting the number allowed to attend. Plead Oiillly. Fined. Mark Patton, Jr., and John V. Burk, before Justice of the Peace J. H. pnrkes, yesterday afternoon plead guilty to the charge of "Importing transporting and possessing liquor" contrary to law. The former was fined $50 and the other J100. The defendants were arrested and have been under bends since their arrest several weeks ago. ftciulltiff Outline to Orado pupils. Outlines- for home study for grade pupils are being prepared and mailed. The outlines are prepared alonsf the same lines as those for high school students. Superintendent Austin states' the manner in which students are responding in the home study work 1h splendid. Some excellent papers are being received, and he is- greatly encouraged over the results promised. Water Hoard Holds Meet in 5. The first meeting of the Pendleton water board at which the two . new members, G. M. Rice - and Marion Jack, were present was held last eve ning. The evening was devoted to a general discussion of the affairs of the water board for the benefit of the new members in acquainting them with the affairs of the board. On vote the regular meeting nUht was chang ed from the second Tuesday of the month to the second Thursday of each month. J. T. Brown, chairman, V. Strohle, secretary, W. H. McCorm mach, Marion Jack and G. M. Rice are the members of the board as it now stands. 'Old Cowhand" Back In U. S. A. Recovering: From Battle Wounds FINGERS OF v PADEREWSKI -' - AR&'WSURED LONDON, Jau. .lp.-There 1 bonslderable-iineasiness In,. Insure Ance circles llh regard to Iff nace Paderewskl. who l consid ered an unenviable risk since he became embroiled -In the fierce political' maelstrom of Poland. The pianist is said to be one of the most heavily insured per- sons In , the world, mostly III lirltisn companies. . He Is . In- ) stiredi not only forhte life,, but for his limbs aa well. : Kach of his flmters are.sald to be Individually Insured for a very large sum against any aecl- dent or violence that might In terfere with his execution on the pianoforte. . This Is carried to auch ex-, trenies that-some. of the policies hold the Insurers liable even for the breaking of a nail. No.More-Soup': v Kitchens far U. S. WASHINGTON. ' Jan. 10. Plsouss lng reconstruction problem before the senate committee .on education, and labor, Samuel Gompers; president of the American Federation of Labor. Hi said people of the United States would not countenance a condition of Industrial stagnation after the war. "There can be no repetition In the United States of the same conditions that prevailed in 1893 and 1894. when men and women were hungry for the want of employment." he added. 'The problem to be met at this time hp said. "Is as great as the problem of winning the war. Mr. Gompers said he would sail on Wednesday for Europe to be on hand at the peace conference Mr. Gompers said he t understood that the British government had un der consideration a plan to make al lowances to soldiers between the time of their demobilization nnd their re ception Into Industry as a means of meeting one of the post-war problems of that country. " have been (alfimj Df, Cahhvell's Syni ' PepsiN fpr,cbnsfllafi'ht and find 'it a 4 n III:.: in did rcmaly. rccotmneud it to my p 't nds and K'ill'.'tifvcr be without it in my home. (From a letter to Dr Caldwell written bj; 'Mrs: James Pills, Schcnly, Pa.). j A combinatioa of sirnpJe laxatiye, herbs with pepsin; free - from opiates and narcotic drugs, pleasant to .the taste, and gentle, yet positive, in its action,. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is the recojjnized remedy for constipa tion in countless homes , , DR. CALDWELL'S Syrup Pepsin . . The Perfect, kattative . Sold by,DruggistsIlJueryivbere 50cts.(.)$1.00 A TRIAL BOTTLE CAN II OBTAINED. FSEC Or CHAROI. IT WSITIKO TO D. W. B. CALDWELL, 453 WAJtllNiTON STRUT,. MONTIOtU.0, U.LIN0M ter the battle of Jutland, but it had never been officially stated that he was "fired out." So British papers printed Sims' statement under head lines on this order: "Oh, so he WAS fired out." And one-commented that It was sad that the news had to I ba given them bf an American. I . Believe Agreement Will Be Complete SPANISH IHFLUEIIZA-A NEW NAME FOR AN OLD FAMILIAR DISEASE Simply the Same Old Grip That Has Swept Over the World Time and Again. The Last Epidemic in the United States Was in 1889-90. ORIG1W OP THR 'DISEASE. ' Spanish' Influenzal which appeared In Spain in May, hus swept over the! The agreement world In numerous epidemics as far I States on back as history runs. Hippocrates re-; fera to ah epldemlo In 412 B. C which Charles K. Runyan; popular cowboy of the Pendleton Round- Up, has been returned .to Am- vrica from overseas. He is con- valesclng from wounds in- U. S. General Hospital No. 1, Rronx, New. York and In a letter recelv- ed at XT. C. P. S. Ij. hcadquarterB says he is looking forward to the day when he 'will be able to re turn to Pendleton. He signs the letter the Old Cowhand: ' Another letter received . is from Corporal B. P. Head, a Pendleton mnn, in company 22, 1st regiment U. S. Marines, and was mailed at Gtinntanamo, Cuba. lyOXDON', Jan. 10. of Britain and the United broad outlines of peace settlement Is a happy augury for a satisfactory con clusion of the pence conference. Am erican Ambassador Davis declared In a speech at the Pilgrims' Club today. He was entertained there at luncheon to welcome him to England. I fie said he believes the two nations to be as harmonious as to the details of thnied, usually begins with a chill follow. pence as they were on the general outlines. body liberate the Ingredients In tho form of vapors.' These vapors, in haled with each breath, carry the medication directly to the parts af fected. At the same time, VapoRub la absorbed through and stimulates Is regarded by many to have been In-I the skin, attracting the blood to the fluensa. Every century has had Its attacks, country lost in 1889-BO. -TIIK SYMPTOMS. Grip, or Influenza as It Is now call TAXING SPIN'STKnS rem wonnnr cause LONDON. Dec. 17. (By ' Mail). English shop and factory girls plan ning "demobilization weddings" are forming trousseau clubs. Members pay weekly Instalments ranging upwards from one shilling; or 24 cents. At regular , intervals drawings nre held at which some member receives the 'whole amount in the club's treasury with which she buys her trousseau,' furniture or household linen. The club's exist ence continues until each member has won the drawing. Employers are encouraging the clubs, although they know that each drawing means a vacancy In the staff. ' SIMS TKI.I.H RHITlSIt OF JETiMCO'S FAI,I. LONDON, Jan. 10. Admiral Sims at a recent dinner said It was Jelllcoe who conceived the oonvoy sslem that beat the U-boats and who put It under way "Just before he was fired out." Jelllcoe was succeeded by Beatty af- Ilas I sod Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for Fifteen Years. "Wo have used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in our family during the past fifteen years. I have taken II myself and have given It to the children for coughs and' colds, ana have found It- to be a quick cure for these complaints." - writes Mrs. WII l:am f. Profflt, Pana, III. - surface, and thus aids In relieving the Beginning with 1831, this congestion within. 1 has had five epidemics, the; xo OCOAKIOV FOR PA-VIC. There la no occasion for panic In fluen.a or grip has a very low per-' centage of tummies not over one death out of every four hundred' ed by aching, feverishness and some-leases, according to the N. C. Hoard times nausea and dizziness, and a of Health. The chief danger lies In general feeling of weakness and de-'complications arising, attacking prin pression. The temperature Is from jclpally patients In a run down condl-. 100 to 104, and the fever usually lastsitlon those whe don't go to bed soon ' from three, to five days. The germs lenough, or those who get up too attack the mucous membrane, or lln-jearly. log of the air passages nose, throat jipw TO AVOID THE DISEASE. and bronchial tubes there is usually Kvldence seems to prove that this Is a hard cough, especially bad at night. im- germ disease, spread principally by often times a sore throat or tonsils, human, contact, chiefly through and frequency all the appearances of I coughing, sneezing or spitting. So a severe head cold. ; avoid persons having coldswhich THE TREATMENT j means avoiding crowds common ' Go to bed at the first svmptoms ' drinking cups, roller towels, etc. Keep take a purgative, eat plenty of nour- "u 'ou' bodily strength by plenty1 of ishing food, remain perfectly nulet exercise In the open air, and good; and don't worry. Nature herself Isi 1 CoorJ. the only "cure" for Influenza and will KEEP; FREE FROM COIJS. throw off the attack If only you con- Above all. avoid colds' as colds Irrl-'-serve your strength. A little Quinine, ltale tn9 lining of the air passages and Aspirin or Dover's Powder may be lrender them much better breeding- given oy tne pnysician s Directions io places for the germs. Use Vick's Vapoltub at the very first sign of a cold. For a head cold, melt a little VapoRub In a spoon and Inhale the vapors, or better still, use allay the aching. Always call a doc tor, since the chief danger, of grip Is In its weakening effect on the system, which allows complications to develop. xnere are cnietiy pneumonia ana VaDoRub in a benzoin steam kettle. If bronchitis, sometimes inflammation of tris is not available, use.an ordinary the middle ear. or heart affections, teakettle. Fill half-full of boiling wa--For these reasons, It is very Import- tr pllt j,lf a teaspoon of Vapn ant that the patient remain In bed tin- jRllb from t)m9 to time ket.p . ,he..; til his strength returns stay In bed Ketl, just gOWl- boiling and Inhale" at lemt two days or more after the fe- :the steam arising. ' ver has left you, or if you are over 50 1 xotf Vlci'a VapoRub la the dls- ' or not strong, stay In bed four days Icvy ot a North Carolina druggist. or more according to the severity of the attack.' - - EXTERNAL APPLICATIONS. who found how to combine. In salve form. Menthol and Camphor with such volatile oils as Eucalyptus," It's Dangerous to Neglect Congh. Never allow a cough to hang on week after Week. A cough Is usually a symptom of some disease of the throat or bronchlals and may well be regarded as a signal of danger. Xo one cn tell what serious diseases may follow when It Is neglected. As a rule the disease that causes the cough ing may be cured by taking Chamber lain's Cough Remedy. In more than nine cases out of ten It is all vnu will I need. L1EBKIGHT ESCAPES inn BY IB Very Much Surprised. Some time ago Mrs, Klla Wright, Chllllcothe, Mo., was troubled with In digestion' and had frequent bilious at tacks. She procured a bottle of Chamberlain's Tablets and was very much surprised at the quick relief which they afforded. - In order to stimulate the lining of iThyme, Cubebs, etc., so that when the the air passages to throw off the grip I salve Is applied to the body heat, germs, to aid in loosening the phlegm; these ingredients are liberated in the -and keeping the air passages open, ' form of vapors. ( VapoRub can Be hod V. thus' making the breathing easier, i In three sizes at all druggist 'While '' Vick's VapoRub will be found effec tive. Hot, wet towels should be ap plied over the throat, chest and back between the shoulder blades to. open, the pores. Then VapoRub should be rubbed In over the parts until the skin is red, spread on thickly and covered with two thicknesses of hot flannel cloths. Leave the clothing loose around the neck and the heat of the comparatively newinr certain psfts of ' the North, it Is the standard home' remedy In the South and .Went f of all forms of cold rroubles-Aover six mil- ' lion Jars were sold last year, Vapoltub is particularly recommended for chll-'-drcn's croup or colds, as It Is ex-' ternallV applied and can, therefore, be used freely and often without slightest harmful effects. ' the Actio and Pains of Rheumatism are not permanently, hut only temporar ily, relieved by external' remedies.. Why not use an Internal remedy Hood's Harsapnrllla, which corrects the acidity of tho blood on which rheumatism depends, and cures the diMase? I ft- :oiKNMA4J IZX: 'Jan. ' 1 0.Knrl narrowlv pricand hnrhlnir Wcdnpn lay niRht, a rilnpatoh today re port h. i A mob drained him from a taxi cab ) In fnter d'-n Linden, but h waa ren-i iifr1 ttv S-it in rl urn nil Itufurtk h HUfttr1 I ?d nr1oiif Injury. fi1reni4n a erowd ' lntr, Uebknwht' afd "fiovprnmenl i Kiipporter hav JiiHt attempted in. i lynch mo; but we routed them. We hnvf ft-nmed a revolutionary com' To arouse a sluggish liver, to relieve a distressed stomach, to fortify your self against disease, use i in i niS wnw'U 4sw ' Lrat SU at Asr M mjletmm, la tVe WrM, 'iliiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!: We - Sell War Saving's . . i . ... i Stamps Save and Serve The First National Bank " w , i, 2s, nllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillMIIIIIIIIIIMlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllHli; 'I S' iy4e!. tf ,. .... L.