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EIQIIT FAGES ' DAILY EAST OltEGONIAN. PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 1G, 19m ,Jg CASH GROCERY COIOY'S 525 Main St Free Delivery. Phone 640 :;: . Bob White Soap, 18 bars . ... ........ $1.00- Ivory Soap, 16 bars . : . . . . .'. $1.00 Crystal White Soap 4 bars .-. ...... 25c Creme Oil Soap, bar? . . . , . . . . ; . . s 10c Peets Bath Tablets; 3 bars . . . . '. '. 25c 'i - t- .'... Citrus Powder, 2 pkgs 55c: 30c Cold Dust, pkg. Pearline, pkg. Dutch Cleanser, can Lux, package '. 15c 30c 10c PRO SPARTA CAN , , HJSAp INTERNED U AHATBRDAM.Jan. :l4.The pro. Fipartacan president of the Oldenbura f-1 .. i hi in i , republic ha been Interned by workmen's and soldiers' council Wllhelmshaven, dispatches today Port. , the of . " American National ;! (I I iPendlet Bank Pendleton.'' Building, Eyes Scientifically examined. Glasses ground to fit DALE HOTHWKI.L Optometrist and OpUoiao DR. R. a ROBBDNS Dentistry Judd Bldg. Court and Main Sts. RECORD ADJUSTMENT OF FIRE LOSS The house of Dines Turner. 106 Orange street, was damaged by fire on Monday, January 6th and on Tuesday, January 7th the loss had been adjusted and Mr. Turner had received draft In full covering same. The Insurance was carried by LIVERMORE, BICKERS & FRIEDLY. Where you get quick and satisfactory adjustments. MILLION rISSIFfG in if sought ALL TRACE IS LOST, OBLITERATED BY WAR Extra Rooms Kept Vacant and Places Are Set at Tables. LONDON, Jan. 16. "Missing Total 1,000.000, al ranks." , These figures foot one of the col umns of tha combined allied casualty lists of the great war. . " ''They represent a total of officers and enlisted men,, whose war records ended with the unknown. They are not known dead; they will not come marching home. There Is no record of them as prisoners. They were not wounded nor blown to atoms so far as known. They Just disappeared, leaving no trace. They were obliter ated by the war. ' Helutlves of men reported only- as missing in "England and France are ac. corded unusual sympathy.. It Is rec ognized they are enduring an additi onal burden of sorrow. SUHPence Continues. Mothers refuse to admit their sons are dead. The extra room is kept vacant. In some homes the son's place is set daily at the table. The women of the house-hold know to a minute the schedule of the postman. The minister or the parish priest is a frequent visitor. The mother prays every day. "But I da not know whether for his soul or for him." one told a friend. 11 WUUIU ,IM PUCI! mini IL . X knew. But I simply cannot give him un for dead." In nearly 1,000,060 ' homes in the allied countries of Europe relatives are waiting hourly. . Wives do not know -whether they are wives or wid ows. Red Cross offices are besieged by relatives begging for special examina tions of Hospital lists. - A young English oman who recently spent days waiting at a Red Cross headquarters said to an official: If you only could by some cnance get me some news. Just a bit of news, I'd be so glad. I simply cannot faoe my little son many days longer. Every uay ne mops na piay iuiK ask rpr; 'Mamma,, when's papa couMruf hornet When, mamma? . The war's over now. Isn't It?" . Any News Welcome, To the relatives of the missing the war's end has brought no relief from suspense. A father at Red Cross headquarters said: ."It would be such a relief to give our son up for9 dead. It may sound savage and heartless, but for his mo ther's sake I'd welcome any news that would be final, something to which she could become resigned. But of course, we Just must go on hoping while there's a chance he still lives. It's probably only one chance In a million. But It's the thing that per petuates the agony." . ARSENALS ARE ' ' NOW FACTORIES STOMACH UPSET? : PARIS, Jan. 16 Thre Krench . ministry of: armament has been transferred Into the ministry of Industrial reconstruction. ' It announces that the arsenal at Roan ne, which cost $20.000, 000 to build, will be turned Into a plant for -the erection of rail road material. So will the arse nals at tJourgee and Chatelle rault. For four years France has needed railway material and has placed large orders in Pitts burg. The car parts have been shipped over from the states and erected In temporary plants by American car builders. ' Now that the war Is over, France In tends to do the erecting herself. Another large arsenal at Pal mboouf, will be used- for the monnfflftiir. nf chemicals and powders... At Toulose there Is to be a big dyeing works which Will compete wlthethe German prOdUOtS. . V -. I -;:-' Naples Street Railway Co. has accord. 4d to all war cripples the right to ride free of charge on the street cars. The ram privilege. tiJis been given to fire men who have been injured In dis charge of their duties. The only re. strlctlon Is that not more than 2 mu tilated soldiers and one fireman can ride on the same car at the same time. 'SHAM, CAY OF WHALK" ' ; MAY P.K DAILY ORDER 14. most Germans and Austrians Camouflaged for Plot PA PETS DIA PEPSIN AT OVCK ENDS DYSPKIHIA. ACIDITY, GAS INDIGESTION. Your meals hit back! Your stomach Is sour. acid, gassy and you feel bloat ed after eating or you have heavy lumps of Indigestion pain or headache. lut never mind. Here is Instant relief. n sfTHE UNIVERSAL CAR - The Ford Model T One-Ton Truck Chass is, $634.58 f. o. b. Pendleton, has been thor oughly tested 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.. ' 1, Immediate Delivery Simpson Auto Water & Johnson Sts. Co. Phone 403 Don't stay upset! Eat a tablet of Pape's Dlapepsln and Immediately the Indigestion, gases, aeldity and all stomach distress ends. Pape's Dlapepsln tablets are the surest, quickest stomach relievers in the world. They cost very little at drug stores. LESS WOI FOR MOTHER When it is bad outdoors, the children must play indoors; and the floors, usually get the worst of things. But floors painted with , 1 b LOWE BROS. Hard Drying Floor Paint hold thefr own, and are much easier to keep clean. Use thi good paint on your floors then let the children romp to their heart's content. Always in stock. WALL PAPER, PICTURE MOULDING AND GLASS. L. J. McATEE The Practical Paint Man 513 Main Street Telephone 158 , J FOURTH DAY OF OUR MEN'S SALE Many men bought suits in the first three days of tills great sale We know that in the next two days Iho number of cur foment will equal if not sur pass those of the first three. You Trill not be able to. du plicate the values for soma time to come. Men's fine suits, Regulars, Moat ;nal I-onjfs., ,t Blue . tjcrtn included. j ; t ; 'l;:'- i I l!. - ! j . Values to S5.00 t SALE PRICE! . : '! ' Buy now and save BOND BROTHERS - Pendleton's Leading Ckrthlcrs ROMB, Jan. IS Special dispatches received by Rome newspapers con firm the statements already publish ed that in the redeemed provinces of Italy not a few of the so-called Jugo slavs are no other in reality than Aus trians or Germans, who passing them selves off as Jugo-Slavs. are carrying on a double propaganda against the legitimate aspirations of Italy. One is by creating disorders, 'and the other Is to persuade the residents to consent to become a part of the new ana free Jugo-SIav nation and to oppose the pretensions of Italian domination. It has been established that many agita tors who were the direst cause of the most recent disorders were Germans or of German descent. In Flume the majority ofthe Ital ian population does not doubt that all the efforts of Germans to create baa blood and discontent between the Ital ians and the Jugo-Slavs will have no result, and that the effect of these subtile underhand dealings cannot end In anything more than some local out. breaks; and that the Italian forces in the city will be more than adequate to maintain public order and tran quillity. . . Should Women Be Whipped? Question Puzzled Forefathers LOVDON. Dee. 29. (By Mail.) Should women be whipped? Just a century ago wiseacres, poli ticians and noble-lords of Great Brltlan were debating the point. It was quite new idea to worry about what was happening to women, but after some discussion it was decided that they ought not to be whipped that the best way to handle them was on the gentle-but-firm" method and In 18- 2 the wlsacres. politicians and noble lords passed a bill known as the whip ping act. prohibiting the corporal punishment of women. Having made this evertlon on wo men's behalf they returned to the dis cussion of things which Interested them. Fifty years passed. The seed which, had been planted In 1820 began to take root in 1870, and the question of spec ial legislation for women again bobb ed up. This time an act was passed allowing women to be possessors of their own property a magnanimous document known as the married wo man's property act. Those two acts.smaJl In themselves, were of great portant to women. The were the first admission that women had any rights or legal status. In the last 50 years women have come to the foreground In leaps and bounds. By the interpretation act of 1889 the government went so far as to allow that "words in any act of par liament passed after 1850 imputing the masculine gender shall include females unless the contrary Intention appears," x (By United Press.) VANCOUVER, B- C-, Jan. Whale industry In ' Canada's flourishing infant Industry, A whalery in this province has pack ed about 30,00 cases of whale meat In neat tin cans,, for this winter's con sumption. Wales taken near this coast yield from 3 to 12 tons of prime whale meat, tha whalers say. . Boston at pre. sent la the best customer" for dozen fresh whale. ', . V;-- - -- . Albenr Trial 'Delayed. PORTLAND, : Jan. 15. The trial of Henry Albers; charged with violation of the espionage- act, will not begin in federal court today, as scheduled Postponement at least for two days Is duo to the prolongation of the moonshine case now being heard. The trial of John J. Kenney, held on white slavery charge, will, precede the trial of Mr. Al hers. V. S. AIR FIGHTER WHO IS SAFE DESPITE (Mi BULLETS c . ' J' s , 1 - : s V - ? m n r n : : u: t-: v - . - - . , , , ... , .- II' , Hi I ' ' 1 n- in .mi A" ' i i i AGE DOES NOT PREITNT j it Millcand Snot f Flakes A ' good ras it sounds.'. Snow Flakes are salted just right, baked to k turn, crisp and rich; served with milk it is really difficult to conceive a better balanced meal for sick or well, children or grown up. Don't "ask for crackers, say Snow Flakes. Your grocer" can supply "you.. Lieut: Ai.c. lillicrap With twefve boche planes to his credit. Lieutenant A. C. Ulllrran of Bvansville, Ind., has Just returned to this country. After being with the 123rd French Rscadrllle he "was trans ferred to the 196th Aerial Squadron of the American forces. During a battle between a fleet of twenty eight Amer ican planes and sixty German flyers, his machine was riddled by sixty bul lets but he managed to alight safely although his landing gear had been shot away by shrapnel. MAX FROM GOING TO SEA DALLAS, Ore., Jan. 16. Frank H. Morrison of this city has again entered the marine service and will leave Portland soon on a ship for New York city by way of the Panama ea nal. Mr. Morrison, volunteered his services to the emergency fleed board I at the outbreak of the war hut on ac count of his age he received no as signment until a few months ago when he made a trip to San Francisco on a Portland built boat. Mr. Morrison is an old sea-faring man, having spent a number of years in Uncle Sam's navy when a young man. His pres ent age Is somewhere near the (S mark but he still, has a hankering for salt water, ... ' X 5 SOLOMON IN ALL MIS GLORV, WOITLD GO BROKE LONDOX. Dec. 3 (By Mail.) goto, man's desire, "Stay me with flagon, comfort me with apples," would be quite out of the question if he lived, la England today, unless he was prepared to pay war prices. ': & Flagons of Australian wine which used to be 42 cents are now S1.14. and edible apples are bringing 36 cents..- 4 ladiaaTaa f.-1f m Black jr. i Gua Metal I I Do too want solid, sturdy (hoe last will give too lasting comfort and freedom from foot troubles? Then get the BDCJC HECHT Army Shoe for practical, everyday wear. Made on the Munson Last adoptrel by the U. S. Army, worn by all our soldiers and thoutsnds of men in civil life. The BtJCKHECHT Army Shoe is NOT subject to seizure. On the contrary it is endorsed by the 0. S. Army for civilian wear. ECH1 ARMY SHOE This shoe is as good as the best materials and honest workmanship can make it. The leather is of the finest quality cut from the very heart of the hide, as specified for the V. S. Arrar. To be sure of gerting the BUCKHECHT Army Shoe look for our trade mark BUCKHECHT stamped on every pair. It is our mutual protection. If jomr dealer eoes sot sell tha shoes, rd.r tnm m direet. A sew salr r vu aoa Sack U tf 0 sat BU or Business Men Professional Men ' Sportsmen Outdoor Workers Carmen Mechanical Farmers Ranchers Hikera Miners, Ktc Manufactured by Buckingham A Hecht. San Francisco. Sold in Pendleton by BOND BROS. $7.00 to $8.03 MANY APARTMENT HOUSES TO SPRING UP IN NEW YORK NEW YORK. Jan. 15 Construction of more than $500,000,000 worth of dwellings Is scheduled to begin here Just as soon as men and materials, re leased from war work, are available. - Most of the buildings will be larga apartment houses, plans for which have been drawn . and: ground for which has been ; ready for many months. ; New York's overpopulation and un derconstructlon was one of the pro blems that has grown rapidly more acute since the nation abandoned Itself almost entirely to) war work. Rents have become ao high that efforts were made several times to Interest the federal government In rent regulation of apartment house construction. Within one year from the signing of the armistice housing facilities for at least 100,000 more people should ba completed. Construction work then will be at Its height, contractors say. Thousands of men. released from war Jobs, will be employed in bulldlnR apartments, and much structural steel land other building materials already bought or contracted for the govern ment probably will bs assimilated quickly In this dwelling construction work. . WAU CRIPPLES TO ;IHDB FREE! , , NAPLES, TAiT, Jan. J.5 The The Mystery Solved hill. Everyone has been wondering who built that house on top of the - south . Here's the answer: f ; It is the home of Mr. Gotlieb Kurrle, of this company. On the other side, in the canyon, is our new slaughter house now under construction. When completed it will be modern and sanitary the public is invited to call and in spect it. We are going to buy our meat from the farmers of Umatilla county and do our own killing. We will give you best quality healthy meat, prepared right, sold right and keep our money at home. FISH FOR FRIDAY" FRESH SALMON FRESH HALIBUT SALT MACKEREL BULK LARD Fine Kraut, 15c quart. Bring your own pail and save money here. For Your SUNDAY DINNER Rolled Prime Rib Roast of Beef Grain Fed Pork any style Extra Choice Young Veal Young Lamb any style Pork Sausage Link Sausage Dressed Chickens Pork Tenderloins Choice Steaks Pickled Pigs Feet Salt Pork ' Weiners, Hamburger Liver Sausage 739 Main Street Telephone 187 Chas. L. Blum and Wilbur L. Cederdale, Props. US( '"""" i.,,,,,., i ..,.