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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY SO, 1919.
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iif You Need a Ke&iiie
You Should Have the Best
Patf tfMfrtfteit. ' W&kin P toward H
WIKinVlM escaped i iBOner from the
Missouri plate prUui) ana robber
-t leant one home In Minnwupulls. lo-
i lice have no longer any doubt that the
burglar came here to dispose of his
LjS : hi j loot, which, from jiionutnams on the
Have vou ever stopped to reason why confiscated kochIs at police headquar
w .. j ...... Jters. came from at least tnree homes
u 1 11-u.L o nmn; mm nmi i -j- ... :
in mm city. " j
J. P. AValker, chief of police In" 1 . i -
Invill have 'H)0 head of good
government mules on sale
at the O-W.'R. & N. Co.
stockyards, tor three days,
E"5 ; extensively advertised, all at one
Eg1 drop out of night and soon forgotten?
IpgjThe reason Is plain the article did
EES ' not fulfil the promises of the manufuc
EiU'rer. This applies more particularly
g to a medicine. A medicinal prepara
jsfltton that has rel curative value al
f most sells 'Itself, as like on endless
chain system the -remedy Is recbm-
I mended by those who are In need ol
E3 A prominent druggist says Tafce
for example Dr. Kilmer s Swiunp-Koot
a preparation I hnve sold for many
years and never hesitate to recommend
for In almost every case it shows ex
cellent results, as many irf my cus
tomers testify. No other'' kidney
remedy has so large sale."
According to sworn statements and
verified testimony of thousands who
have used the preparation, the success
of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Koot Is due
to the fact, so many people claim,
that it fulfils almost every wish In
overcoming kidney, liver and bladder
ailments, corrests r urinary troubles
and neutralizes the orlc acid which
You may receive a sample bottle of
Hvamp-Root by Parce.1 Post. Address
Or. Kilmer &.Co., Binghamton. X. T..
and enclose ten cents; also menttot.
the Pendleton Dally East Oregonlan
Lerge and medium size bottle for sale
at all drug stores.
Minneapolis, telegraphed that worn,
en's clothing nd Oriental rugsj had
been stolen from seven homes In that
city. He forwarded the names of ft.
J. Stroud of B. J. Oouper of Minneap
olis, as persons who : had suffered
from WegKen's operations. Mr.
Htoud's name was found In a ' coat
seized by police In the burglar's home
at 117 Lombard street.! The mono
gram ."E. J.-C" was found' on linen
discovered in the - same apartments,
making it probable that some of the,
loot was from Mr Couper's home.
According to telegrams received
yesterday, the burglar served two
terms in the Kansas penitentiary and
two in the Missouri penitentiary. He
escaped from the Missouri prison ut
Jefferson City. November 7, 1918.
Farmers, see me for your work stock. j
niton irse & Mowarlietl
J. H. Luck, Owner, Pendleton, Oregon
U-BOATS COULD NOT
ill False Angles Painted, Boats
First to Forfeit $100
For Liquor Possession
WALLA WALLA, Jan. 30. H. C.
rvkiwfl Walla Walla Attorney
Just received a large f
supply. You can't buy 5 j
Detter m i
F.rvKun attorney, forfeited $100 In po
i ict court this week on a charge of
having liquor in his possession. He
was the first man to come before the
; court under the new city law which
makes- '$100 the minimum fine for
liaviny or drinking liquor.
assortment, anywhere J
in the world than right 5 j
REG. U. S. " PAT.
-tried to Bi
cari-v this Dolicv of se- 4
lecting the best through j
out our business. ' J
Come in and judge 4
for yourself how well j
we have succeeded. 8
p Taliman & Co.
d leading Droggista. 4
Why accept an in
ferior Army Shoe
when you can get
the standard article
at the same price or
less? Ask for the
Shoe and get what
you ask far.
Then you're sure
to be satisfied !
t Lock for t)'e name
stamped on the sole
of every Shoe for our
Buckingham & Heclit. San Francisco.
Sold in Pendleton by
' noxn Bitos.
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Built sturdy and
and others in
every walk of life
$7.00 to $8:00
When you want MEAT, come to this exclusive
meat market and get real quality meat, real meat
market service and the most in quantity quality
considered. , , .
You will like the way our meats are prepared.
FISH FOR FRIDAY
Fine Kraut, 15c quart,
Bring your own pail
and save money here.
Rolled Prime Rib Roast
i!rain l?oA Pni-lr 911V fctvlp
SUN DAY Extra Choice Young Veal
Iteal Country Sausage
Pickled Pigs Feet
Corned Beef .
With the lifting of the censorship
curtain, camouflage on the hiph seas.
as it .Was practiced throuphout the
war, come for the first tinve into its
own, says an tllustratd article in the
Popular Mechanics magazine. Mys
tery. as deep and (fray aa sea fotf, has
hidden the tricks and systems of the
navy camoufleura. This was neces
sary because Germany, herself, did
not know these marine arts. Her sub-
marines could never establish contast
strong enough to unravel tlfe secrets
of the ships that were made by paint
and brush to disunpear, to take
strange forms, to sail backward, and
to perform the weirdest tricks of le
gerdemain. Painted llnrkward.
For instance, it may now be told
that scores of ships evaded torpedoes
because, to the periscope eye, ' they
were apparently steam in g in one di
rection, while actually progressm? in
the opposite way. This uncanny evo
lution was due wholly to brush and
paint, and a few boards. It was ac
complished by making the steamer's
bow look like her stern, and her stern
like her bow. At the rear, a steamer
curves in below the deck line down to
the water line. At her bow, she drops
in a straight, sharp line from nose to
the waes. i?o the camoufleurs nailed
a scaffolding, sharp and straight, over
her stern, painted upon it white waves
breaking as from the slicing impact
of a prow, and then proceeding to the
real bow. painted upon either side a
heavy curving line tht swung inward
below the deck line. Pea color, paint
and broken lines of darker hues made
the lower half of the bow line invis
The smoke-stacks, which always
slant aft, were with paint and boards
made to slant forward; that Is, the
real lines of the stacks were tainted
out and false angles substituted.
Smoke consumers prevented the tell
tale clouds from giving the whole re
versal policy away to the U-boats.
ntkNton Nui- to Paris.
PARKS, Jan. 10- (By mail.) Miss
Carrie M." Hall of Boston, formerly
chief nurse for the American Hed
Cross in Great Britain, haa been op
pointed director of the bureau of
nursing here, succeeding Miss Ruth
Morgan, who haa returned to Ameri
Jfivefy useful thing1 should' b used.
Sell that- used article to somebody
who needs K -in rough the classified.
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3IIIIF Ill4kiS3i :
C'U, V k-and b"roths.You will find Snow M4
Flakes satisfying in every particular.
A lYoTwilllenjoyirnrnensely their
iswy I delicious salty, crispness . and . hch h-
P SfXi" .textur :
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WHY DOUGHBOY WEPT
T.VJ Main Street
Chas. II. Bluhm
Gotlieb Kuri le
Walter L. Cederdale
CfUJLEXZ. Jan. 2. (By mall.)
There were tears in the eyes of
the soldier. Such tears are rare.
so when the Y- M. C. A. canteen 4
worker, a young woman, saw
the doughboy weeping her sym-
pathy went out to him. She
wondnred what tragedy had
broken down a strong man's
natural self-control. He wasn't
makinir a sound, lust dropping .
One-half cup fat, 2 onions sliced, 3
cups boiling water, 3 cups sliced pota
toes, 1-4 teaspoon celery salt, 1 1-2
teaspoons salt, 1 cup chopped carrot,
2 cups hot milk; cook onion in fat;
add water, potato, carrot and season
ing; cook until potato Is tender; add
hot milk and serve.
Make a dough as for rabbit pie
roll out to 1-4 inch thickness; have
ready a cup of chopped cold cooked
meat, seasoned with minced onion,
salt and pepper, and moistened with
gravy or a little cream sauce; spread
this on th paste; roll up, making
the ends even. ' put in a greased pan
grease the top with a little melted
drippings, turn into the pan 1-2 cup
boiling water In which has been melt
ed, 1 tablespoon drippings and
bake to a rich brown, basting from
time to time w'ith the contents of the
pan or with more boiling water and
drippings; when done put on hot plat
ter, make a gravy of the pan liquor
thickened with little flour, season tr
taste with salt and pepper and turn
over the .roly-poly;, if there is no cold
cooked meat on hand 1-2 pound
ham I Ui rg steak may be used with sea
soning as before.
lioston Brown Broad.
One cup cornmea1 i cup ground
rolled oata. 1 teaspoon salt. 3-4 cur
molasses. 1 cup entire wheat
graham flour. 5 teaspoons baking
powder, 1 1-3 cups iritm; mix thor
oughly dry Ingredients; add the mo
lasses to the milk And add to the dry
ingredients; beat well and put Into
greased moulds 2-3 full; steam 3 1-2
hours; remove the covers and "bake
log enough to dry the top.
Six tablespoons cornstarch. 1-4
teaspoon salt, 3 eggs, well beaten, 1-2
cup sugar. 1-4 cup cold milk, 1 pint
scalded milk, 1 cup drained seeded
oherries cut In halves (canned cher
rles); mix dry Ingredients with cold
milk; add egg yolks; then add grad
ually to scalded milk Jn double boil
er and cook about 15 minutes; add
cherries pour in buttered shallow tin
and. cool; cut In squares, dip in flour,
egg and bread crumbs; fry In deep
fat; drain on brown paper-
1 Hitch Potato Salad. -
SWx boiled potatoes, 1-2 onion finely
chopped, t teaspoon salts. 1-4 tea
spoon pepper. 14 teasoon celery seed
1-4 teasoon white mustard seed,' 1-4
cup bacon fat, 1-2 cup hot vinegar;
cut potatoes into 1-2 Inch cubes; add
onion, salt, pepper, celery and mus
tard seed: heat bacon fat. add vine
gar and pour over potatoes; let stand
until cool and serve on any crisp sal-1
ad green; garnish with pickled beet
Prepare apples In the usuaUway for
stewing, place in a pie dish with su
gar to taste and the strained Juice of
a lemon; cover the top with fine stale
bread crumbs, moisten with a little
water and dot the top with small
pieces of butter or butter substitute
bake until the fruit Is soft and the
TO If. l CONFERENCE
PORTLAND, Orp., Jan. 30 Thou
ftandn of prominent men und women
identified with the Important busi
ness und puhllc affairs of Washing
ton. Oregon and Idaho have been In
vited by Mllllum Howard Taft, for
mer president of the United States
and now president of the League to
Enforce Peace, to attend the Xorih
westerri League' of Nations conven
tion which will be held at the Mu
nicipal Auditorium In Portland. Feb
ruary IB and IT. Former President
Taft will ttend the convention In
Person and be one of the chief speak
ers. Others will bo Pr. Henry van
Dyke, formerly minister to the Neth
erlands; Frank Walsh, former Joint
chairman of the war labor hoard;
President A. Lawrenco TJowell of Uar
silent tears. Could It be because crumbs on top nicely browned: serve
the war had ended without his
seeing fighting or
"Hasyour buddy died?" tim
idly suggested the Y. M. C. A.
worker. She had seen more
than one man shed tears for his
buddy who wouldn't havne done
it for himself.
."Saw." said the Yank, rather
crovly. "He's all right. He'll
be Hkwr yowling for his slipper
In a minute." He lilted his
handkerchief to his eyes again.
Maybe you're Just plain home
sick?" asked the Y. M- A. wo
nan, after a moment's hesita
tion, i She hsted to leave him In
"No. I Ain't, ' he contradicted.
;with hot sauce ninde with brown su-
gar ami water or a hard sauce.
"Well, If there's anything I can
"There's Inothing anyone can
! do for me, Jady," he said. "I'm
; . In trouble,' all rit, but I guess
I'll get over It. You. see. we're
I havln onions for supper tonight;
! and I'm doin' K. I'."
Disposing of Loot
i t'OliTI-ANO. Jan. .10. The burglar;
I killed by Inspector Tackaherry Jan-:
luarv 21 was Identified Tuesday, in"
telegrams to Chief of Polc Johnson.!
Jiffy-Jell desserts carry
real fruit flavors in es
sence form, in vials." :
' A wealth of fruit juice
is condensed for each des
sert. So you get a fresh
fruit dainty, healthful and
This is the ftew-type
quick gelatine dessert -five
times as good as tho
. old kinds.
Loganberry and Pine
apple are two of the best
flavors. Try them.
They're found Only-fa -
' 10 Flavor t, ml Your Croear'i
' 2 Packaf for 25 Cent ,
vard. and Mrs. Philip North Mooro
of St. Louis, president of the Na
tional Council of Women.
Although t he peace conference, has
1 enforced the M-uaue of Nations. C.iu
; tstirica'tlon of the compact may, W
'submitted to the I'nHed Stutes senate
land It is desired to give ttoo seiiat
I evidence that the great body of tlx
American people favor the- Heuguo us
!a basis or world peace For thia pur
! pose nine League of Nations conven
1 lions are being held, other convention
i cities are Huston, New York, Chicago,
Minneapolis. San Francisco, Suit Luko
! City, Kansas City, Mo., and Atlanta
At the Portland, convention' th
League of Nations will btt dlxcumed
I from the viewpoint of labor. Industry,
commerce, international law, religion,
women's organizations. The purpose
i It to show not only the meaning of a
I League of Nations to civilization und
, humanity but to every Individual.
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i buy niore wisely, Isn't th tusk worth
Children Cry for, Fletcher's
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
la use for over . thirty years, has borne the signature of
jritf and has been made under his per
Csffigttj sorial supervision since its infancy.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good " are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTOR I A
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric,
flops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains
neither Opium, Moraine nor other narcotic substance. Its
sge is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has
been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency,
"Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; Haying Fcvcrbhnecs arising
I. therefrom, and by, regulating the CtoRwch C3d Bowels, aids
the assimilation of Food; giving healthy end natural 6lerp,
The Children's Panacea The'Mothcr's Friend.
GENUINE CASTOR I A ALWAYS
Bear3 the Signature of .
In Use For Over 30 Years
The Kind You Havo Always Bought
ANOTHER. CARLOAD OF
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If you have Ix-cn waiting patiently for the time when you could
lift that new FOMI) Tollfl.Xi CAIt, we are goliiit lo tell you that
your waiting days n re Hlmut over.
Carload of tourlpg cars now on the ronil. Come In ami sign up
(hut order today and make sine of gelling delivery.
Ford Touring, $G09.95 f. o. b. Pendleton
Simpson Auto Co.
Water & Johnson Sts.