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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. rF.NDLETON. OREGON. FRIDAY," FEBRUARY 21, 1019.
EIGHT PAG EFT New 3 p r i Mg jllldil el Ok Our Shelves and Cabinets are Rapidly Filling Up With New Spring l(Soods of oil Rinds TKe smartest most iw America Goods that have a reputation for quality and honesty---known brands that are all and more than we claim for them . Choose early and get the best for the price no matter what the price. k l'f ' PENDLETONS greatest department store . ;e Feopies warenouse S3 WHERE IT PAY S TO TRADE XZlEISsU? HQIHER EXPRESSES ITHfflS IN LETTER Erresion of the sratitnde of lb I"riiTCH to thotce who hav friended n:t?i"ls founl in a letter to Mrs. T J. Tiedy, of thi city. from the r:nnlwr of a French orphan which Mrs. Tweedy has aloptd. Following is ihfT letter: iiitdwu arid Iear Benefactress; I r n"t know how to express my rspprelulion of your kin dries ex lendcd to your little adopted son. 1 hAtdi, you. Madame, for your Xew lVaiifi. which we have received In 3 cur lovely letter. J f ;Jve boucht Julien ome useful lljintL in clothing and I expUuned to l:it;i 4ht he owed them to your gen-j erouff olicitude for him and he in bo hxilM''.. that he haid. "My American k 1-toother.' In his little mind this t hf nly word he Is enchanted. Madame, mnre November 11 th fvifuj nightmare we have been living. a-Wl- Victory has come, blessed by rifchv-' May peace relgrn on earth now .., .. u -J . - I HOMELY MEALTHrUU BO AM M M A OCUCIOOS APPeTBEtMQ FORM fr and forever, for war is a most hot rlbie 'crime against humanity ana without the cooperation of your coun try, Madame, in tipite eof the man sacrificed, it Is acknowledged. w would have been' lout, but you have aided us so much and thanks to you victory has come and finished this horrible war- What mirth there was everywhere, Madame, the day of the armistice. What joy in spite "f the tears of many. It is a day never to be forgotten by these who saw it. , The world seemed foolish with joy, but also In a great many families tears were shed for the absent one who will never return. Also, above all was the recollection. Madame, that your country was suf ficiently strong to compel peace for trm world atnd- that never at leas: would these poor orphans suffer us their fathers had suffered and that horrible word war never heard again and that we can live happily as in America. jPlease accept,. Madame, for Xew Years.1 all - por best wishes, may you be blessed for your good deeds. I have received from Paris the allowance-sent me in your name. Thanks. Madame. Believe my sin core expressions of acknowledgment and from your . 'little god-child and his mamma, receive. Madame, all the best wishes for a Happy Xew Tear. WJDOW , JOrfEPHIXB OACAHCHl 1 AXD " fffi'RSOK JULIEX. SGT. WILLIAM SEARCEY (Continued from page one.) MUNICH COUNCIL . DEMANDS CONTROL, UPHEAVAL FEARED WASHINGTON. Feb. 20. Dispatch es say that soldiers' and workmens' council at Munich, has issued an ulti matum to the Bulgarian government demanding that it resign or dismiss a ' number of conservative officials. It also demands the disolutton of the Ba varian army tinder the control of the soldiers' council which would elect all ; the officers. The "war minister, refus ing to consider these proposals, has re-signed. A complete political upheaval ) Is feared. HONOR ROLL Killed In Action. Private Arthur Clough. Portland, '. Oregon. Wounded Severely. Private Frank Ward. Xyiraa. Ore. 1 Private Leonard Beel, Portland. Crreffon. ' ITWate Otto Odjard, Portland. Ore: T. P. W. Pure Food Shop In Our Model Sanitary Basement. CLEANLINESS ECONOMY SERVICE Phone 15. All Other Depts. Phone 22 When ordering your table supplies from this store you can be sure of securing Fresh, New Stock, as Everything: in this Dept. is Strictly New. FOR SATURDAY'S TRADE. rv4f-t. Joicr Saui Graju. doii - Tuu-Hitc JapH-r-e OrmiteeM. do"' I Jrtru t ine Ijiruo Fbirida t.rapf I 'mil 3 fT n y KHrrf V liiie atthf UmT. rmvlv. Lurxi did llad Ivettm-a-li . . I'ri'-li liruH Hrrnit.. iMM:nd Jif Klnilmrd. piuml Ncmi TurnllH and ( rrMs t Imiim-Iiw .. IWsii IM-tfl SiuitMli. 2 Mitnds i:fra (hmnI tl I'lttaim-, pound . H I'.l'ailnU (Vlr), 2 iMimhe . . . IK 5c an . . IV' . . 2tc . 2.- . UK? . rc- everything which could be held on the battlefiebl and they sure hot it ' ; at us. too. They let us have about all' I their gas and high explosives, then' they werent satisfied unless they. ; would work on us with a whiz bang ot 1 a trench mortar and that front was a' ; hiird front to fight on. We were in Chateau Thierry 8 U -some days and i didn't have any one to back up, but J the J"o5's clung to the old game and jput the death grip on it so any Ger ; man division couldn't break the front. Now this front isn't the wor.t ' frunt we ever tackled but was the i hardest in the way of clinging to a' hard tank which the 2nd division took j and took like a man. We kept the Germans from going to Paris. Thisi sergeant also states he was eleven day without any sleep at the front ; w,hich I mentioned above. We didn't; hardly aleep for twenty days. All wej did was doze off and that wan enough. ! The division which I was in won great! praise and also the regiments of this division but I'll say and tell the same ! thing to anybody, we weren't any bet ! ter than any other regiments of the A. C- K. We all did our bit and when la man can say his regiment" Is the best, well, he has the pep. but I j wouldn't say so. I would go an j p!ace with my regiment or the regl iment I am in. for they sure are fight ing nven. not because they are Ma rines In our division is the ninth and twenty-third doughboys and fifty and sixth Marines and them good old doughboys sure did fight. Now then we finally were relieved from Chateau Thiery and made a j trip to SoisHons which was a very !m ; portant drive at that time. We drove two days and it was nearly as bud as. i Chateau Thierry, but we shot ahead ! and kept going and was released In j two days to real up for a biff drive on t j another front. While resting our dK i (vision was made shock troops. Well.; : perhaps you know what shock troops, j are. They pick the best division for : such work. Now we weren't the only( ' o yips that had the honor as hockdi-, visions.. There . were two others at j this time made the same, thing. Xow thi I, what we did before this WkU I I Williamson's division arrived. We i went to St- Mihlel, which was an easy. ffr-nt. We drove several miUs and j had a hard time keeping up with the' I Hineys- We then were relieved- and ; ' came back to rst, being there about; two weeks. The French picked the i div slon which we boys were in to help I make a drive at Champagne. Wej drove, there from the flrnt to the sixth' of October and was it was the hardest' battle vie ever foright attd every yard of ground we took we had to fiuht ; for it. I will tell the world if a man got out of that all O. K. he had a horseshoe in his pocket or an awful j lot of good lurk and we i ground the Germans had held for four year, i Well, the boys were pulled out to ' ,. Fims Brings Happiness ! With Tte Dswa I go to the Argonne forest to fight, They drove fourteen kilometers with out a stop and drove where a, division couldn't even bend the line. Xow, then, this is a brief story of our division and regiment. At that I will say we had it just as hard us any division and t can't say we were anv better than other divisions. Yanks did fine in every division and rate a good cheer and every tiring else. People can't Imagine what war is; if a man told them they would Bay we lie. Po much for that. I would like to know if this sergeant realizes there were more men over here than his regiment and how 4n;ny times ho fought beside the French and how many citations he! got and if he re ceived any medals; also if that was house of correction previously over- POLICE HUNT GIRL l lowing una in ueea or expansion, auw ; : thn n..n.mlacl,nard fin. I Ihuir olinrfM ' number only one third of the former i total. ! The visiting nurses of the board, ol , healt h Peport tho Improvement in : home, conditions as beyond their great- The ! 1 expectations. mm w;uirt ,JU3 received an impetus wnicn minions of dolMrs In appropriations could not have effected. 1 Oetroit merchants report a greater business from the working class en than ever' before, and the hunks show a gre;itly increased number of dt, posit ors. The manufacturers were told that prohibition would bring a labor short aye, but this has been disprove!. Fac tory records fthotv conclusively that the eliminnt'on of liquor has reduced WHO IS LISTED AS NAVAL QESERTER all the sleep he Jost waSt eleven days, tardiness, absence ana accidents in thf 111 IUKU mi nai. uit u.3 jtanucnv any day. There int any news ove here to tell except I expect to be with the lucky ones for homq soon. So good luck to everybody. I am as ever, somewhere in- France. SCfr. VILMAiI A.i BEAIICRY. U. S. Marines, American K. F. DETROIT MAYOR SAYS 'plants to say nothing of productiot, Increase- Tho commissioner of health states that there is no increase in tho num ber addicted to drugs. There is bootlegping of liquor, but It has nut been more prevalent than expected, and should be reduced to a minimum when Ohio and Toledo be comes dry. No large hotels have gone out of business. While they felt a reaction for :i rime, t hev itro crudnallv recti n- PROHIBITION BENEFIT jejune. i The theater business has been bet ' ter than ever. BY JAMKfl coirZKNb Th() b(,st indication of the clasp Mayor of Detroit ! whit h prohibition has its greatest ef- Written for the United Press.) :ft amun ls EiVen bv the statement of the manager at a taxicab company. Ho says that his business was cut 6 per cent l.etroit can not trace the harm pr hirfition may have done, bftpt It can sense the good effects and the rreat , est of these will not arrive until th present generation of children has been permitted to develop in homes AKLAXT. Cul.. Feb. ' 21. Naval authorities and th tak-' j land police Friday, are search- ! Ing for L,eomantrte Irene Burke. stenographer in the radio seivice on Mare Island, who la posted as a deserter. Miss ilurke's case is the first Instance, t-o far as i known hero where a woman has deserted the service. ii ;ss Burke has t een musing since January 17. when she went to Mare Island after a :. furlough and draw a monthV pay. Her d (wear 'Jed uniform ilia ince been found at the horn 3 of a friend- yooiuancUes take the same oath of all-.giunce as other mem bers of th'? t-ervice and if sL6 is arrested wiM have to faro court- ma rtial. .. The citstomfiiy it ward of $;ii is offered for her appre- henslon. Ms Burke l:u daugh- t.-r-of .Mr. and Airs. Patrick Burke of Oakland. JJUTII men and women and children, too, for that mat ter should support the "buy home products'" movement for selfish as well as unselfish reasons, for wo all benefit by It. ljOt-a) prosperity is the plujn and certain result of loyal patronage- of our local Industrie. I'SK HOME 1'HOUUCTrt. Home Industry League of Oregon rETKO!T. Mich., Feb 20.-Detroi was the first of the "million" class cities to go dry. The first of May, 191 H. saw 1200 saloon licenses auto matically canceled- While the war days and their abnormal activities have tended to obscure the direct con crete results of prohibition, my duties as police commissioner and mayor have shown me no permanent dam age to the city's prosperity. On the contrary, J have before me the data to 'prove that tho city has benefited enormously. Crime Takes Drop. . petty crime In Detroit has been re iucel by from 60 to 70 per cent. unmolested by John Barleycorn. , WHISKY ItrNMJES KIMJ-ID DKTKOIT, M'h. Three alleged whiwky rmmcr wore killed at Wjan dotto innr here late this Hflcrnooii The when n street car struck their auto. VICE PRESIDENT'S BORROWED SON IS A HAND PICKED BABY! Th. Coimnf of Baby Mulu tM Ad mil of Glorious Futura. BKINC; US YOUR BUTTER AND EGGS Vc:il ways jrav the hiphost market price and you ti'iido them out in any dept. or tne store. 7)fi(?pGoples Warohousfe can Scientfftts nay rreat BriW houM be laldT upon ttie remarkable IndueTire whirli ti.j tootber's hapny prenntl dimoitifJri 1 1 iipoa tlte Imilta sod future of tlie funcrr 1 tionn to come. Thr is a splendid preparation vornen for rmr half a century iiave applfrd b-v fnre tte orlr" arrival, known a Mother' Prier.?. Thtt in a most griteful, ppnetrntir reiueir that t nre aoftrn an 'I aoothc the myrfad of broa-f. flit oMornin.-1 nrnark under tl.e skin of tito aMomcn. By it? rr iiIbf 11 e rfnrlnff the perfod the nrve. ten don and cord are relixed and t!ere in an pAfWTxe Ct tiauwa, 1Ciiririr-tlown pain, vtraiu nd r"nernl dlwoinfttrt more oftfn than frffwrwiso experieacetl wbea catur ia Lnafded. . fey of brother' ?rl0-A nirht an4 fnornlt-r the miiflrtr. rlor with euse whrn bify rtjmmi. ttie tirrm at the rri(i in tttnrter ttiui rm and d.inr-r I natiimllr avoid-d. Write tle BrauftipJil HttiliNir C.-mpfliv, rp. F. ,-tnvir Builifnr. Atlanta, f;-or?taf fr nVir Mifttte?-tHtyd Ronfc. ami o)tnm m Iwritle ttf MotlM-r'a rriand fmm th dniprtrt by a!l mwaa. aud get Uita fcwudiUun to scct ijl! I wf'S Um' ill 'NX -c-,. i ll1 -' ' tottr' . SHIP CROSSES SEA 600 TIMES NEW YOIIK. Frb. 21." When ' the traiiHHrt Hotel na enmo Into lort lure with S4l:iT w Id tern. .lo hud Ur her hlef cnsfliu'ep C. lMnhy lio I seventy year old ami Iihm horn In tlto Mltite Ktar Iine wrvlee tlilrty.nlne yean. He snld Im! rekotiei be Imd erowHctl the Atlantic AO times. He afl on the Haltlc when flie -took i Hnrn I Pcrstilnar hroiiff . While lie wan on thtit hl she had spa en hniwlMn wtth sohniartnc Jle w on tin )titlcht when hIio wan tHfWNli'd and Kitiik, lie wenrM tlie MtliMrnlhol Sprvlce medal, which a avartlii him iMH-aiiH' he made hf?4 way alone down to the don life I -titom trf tho jiiKttcia to wo how. badly hIio win damattl. RUNS RAILWAYS OF SIBERIA $10,000,000 GIRL J XEES TO HAWAII !jXU UUUUE SUITORS' :"' - ! . NRW YORK. Feb. 21. Pre- : clpltate flleht va better than receiving constant ana) unwel- ' come atenttonn from fort tine hunters, in the opinion of MImh Alice Antoinette L,amar, whose father, tho late J.'H. Lamar, the mining magnate; left her the in- come of ltM0,oo. o he fled to Hawaii with two young worn- 1 an friends. Thin was revealed 1 by one of her Intjmate friends. . ulthoiiKh the heireMH' flight to secure peace rf mind took place ' a month ago. With Mine lamar t are M1m Hrewster Johnon and ! Miss Mary Louise Baldwin. a44 ( . '71 tt, ... i. rur.nti of IJMIc DuuulKcr. Mr. find Mth. J. II. (.'ainpl1!!, i i i JoKN F. STEARNS Stevens Is to mannge the Siber ian railroad Byateni for inior-al-llcd coiniiiisslon.- He was m-nt to Kussla by the United States at llio head of a commissiun of railroad men to reorganize the entire Kns sian railway system, but 'they were stopped In their work' by tta rise of the Bolshevikl and re tired to Japan. Stevens Is Bos ton man and proved his ability as a member of a board of trustee appointed to administer affair of the Boston Klevuted railway ion service-cost plum It the members of the littvrnutional peace conference are wise thev will f .realize the temper of the world will Hermieton, are the parents of Uiliy ut bear with secret diplomacy or Le t daughter born, this morninjr at Kt. disposed to support any derisions so I Anthonv'H hospital. ... reached. - QUICKEST PAIfr KIILER; Off EARTH Mustarine Stops All Pain in Hall l& Tint) it1 Takes Other Remedies Oftentimes in Five Minutes. Subdues Inflammation and Reduces Swellings. I TAKES ONLY ONE SMALL BOX TO PROVE IT Vice President and Mrs.. Thomas ft. Marshall may SKEM Important persons but in reality they are only the abject slaves of their fos ter son. Morrison Marshall, the hand-pirked baby! i Morr son Marshall Is a glorious era m pie of the triumph of scientific- baby-ralslng. He wasn't much of a taby at all when Mrs. Marshall picked, him out and car ried him home from the Wash ington Diet Knchen where hi mother had brought him In the hope of caring biro (row death by tarvatioa.. t Behold Morrison Marshall. on year after hie "borrowing'' by the vice president and his wife the happiest, healthiest candidate fr honors in a baby show that weilth, skill and love can pro duce! ' His own mother calls upon him frccuently and Is as proud and devoted as only mothers cun be And Vice President and Mrs. Marshall, while they have not legally adopted ' Morrison, are frank to admit that they hope they may keep their hand-picked baby always!, . j 'Ton't be (lownhearted! Never nilna , If you have tried planters end llni- t'.:em and other things that don't ntrrt ' to banish the pain and agony tll day after tomorrow. If you want to kill pain, get rid of aches draw, out inflammat ion und ' luaKe oil KWellfup.l dlflappenr Willi amazlnq- speed get a box of Mt'STAIl. INK riRht away. ( t'h.mlt Ilegy discovered Mustar ine. He made It of irood, hoiieMi, true yHlow miislard addc-il fltier pain-de. Mtroylng Ingredient took out th. . I. lifter and astonished - the . Ho-dica.i j i.ntf.ic'uil 1. Klving to the world a ' prepa rar iioi ten time belter tr.an ( Irandinother's pood old-fashioned but' , dirty and bl'sterlng mustard plaster, j Mustarine relieves backache, head ship, tnotha'-he, earaehe nnd neural : gla In five minute!. In an hour ah i misery will disappear. More throt goes over nlghl luui hiigo uiouy In an hour. Chest eolds, stiff neck, neorh s, pleurisy, rheuina- : tl ( laiiis arid swellings all yield i piouipfly anil nr pepdily nded. Pa 'sure you gel MuMrrino- always comes In 'eilnw bo. felt i I; tl t ' !