East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, March 02, 1916, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6

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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1916.
Will Verify Statement
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m oil" i brttHWted 1 1 i . MlMMMM of IYultil.i anil Trao, In
Ml IIIIH Itw Plans lalxmitorio Ml tJi-lhor
"1 suffered with jiall-stor es si irn years tried vari
ola r,nied;'-- without satisfactory results -was Induced
to Ufj Km. tola and TTaxo i;iad to say 1 am now
frcting better man at any time for years and heartily
P0omnwn4 Frultola and Traxo."'
Iruitola act- n Dm taavataaal orfJBM a a poivortul lubricant
-..In mm: I'"- G0Mees BMW ill-lnu-in-atins tlx- hardened particle-,
lhat fSMMB m much aafBilal, and evlltni the atviinmlation
with almost Instant relief. T ivola i 11 tonlc-nJterntlvp acting on
the Uxor and tomai h. and Is aajMSGlaBj recommended in connection
m ili lYuiiola i liulld up and NMMIN the weakened rnn.ilown si
Irm. l or the oimcnlciuv of Oio tulli,-. arriinironienti have been
made In mppli lYuilnlu and Trao llinuuih rvprc!ntalio dnitf
gluts In Pendleton tliejr can be ohtaimM at Tallman ,1 tVmpany.
(2. Main M.
CARE OF FRUIT IS
SUBJECT HEARD AT
STANFIEID MEETING
SPECIAL GATHERING OF ;Ki)V
BBS DNIOS is HELD ON
MONDAY EVENING,
(ioorge Cm Is Appointed IVpnt) IViilt
Inspector; Ton Thumb Wedding
lroes VeTJ Pleasing Putin of En
tertainment; faille Shipped in to he
EM: Other Nes Notes.
MM, lenvk M'ari'lKll.
NKW Yi'UK. March 2. Writing
her son. the editor of The Fatherland,
a pro-Herman weekly. Mrs. Laura Vie.
rack, a native of Bin Francisco, dec
lared the authorities of both Fal
mouth and the Downs stripped her,
n roule lo iierlin ,n the Holland
Amervan liner Niewe Amsterdam.
The Boy is Father
to the Man
Old sayings like this arc fmupht with
a most iuiixjrtant meanina. nd what
will aid the expectant
taotber in conserving
her health, her
strength, her mental
repose and the ab
sence of vexatf o as
pain U a subject of
: nnnaat Among
tee rwrniied helps is
a splendid rem e d y
knows as "Mether'j
Friend." Applied to
the muscles It sinks la
deeply to make them
firtn and pliant. It Urns
Mil t!w rtNln nm
ligaments that pruee pain, it lightens tic
wmii-n n me ncrvcas fysum. inuii.-es calm,
restful nithts of heallh-givinr sleep and
makes the days sunny and happy. Oet a
bottle of "Mother's Friend" cf any dnurtist
and you will then reaiite why It has been
considered true to Its nunc in our best homes
through three generations. It is perfectly
harmless but so effective that oat used it
ii recommende 1 to all expectant mothers by
those who went throurh the ordeal with
surprising case. By writing to BradBeld
Rerulator To, 412 Umar Bldg, Atlanta. Ga,
M can have a free copy of a wonderful I
stork book that unrolls those things which I
all eipecUnt nothtrj delight to read. Writs
today.
WHITE TO YOCR FRIENDS ON
Monogram Stationery
w. G. SMITH & CO.
WEDDING AND VISITING CARD
ENGRAVERS.
MORGAN BLDG.. PORTLAND. OR.
GERMAN BANKER JAILED.
. N, . . V .
SCHOOL WAS CLOSED
FOR FUNERAL OF
PILOT ROCK CHILD
PUP1I OF SEVENTH, EIGHTH
M) NINTH GRADES IT
TEND THE SERVICES.
Omar Jensen Is Ijiid to Rest E T.
EtttnlnR Returns From Portland
Much Itiiprmctt in Health Half
nil Inch of Snow I'nlls Tuesday
Oilier News Notes of the Hock.
Prwlerico Stullforth.
Frederico Stallforth. a young Ger
man banker of New York City, was
locked in the Tombs for contempt of
court when he failed to answer ques
tions before the United States Brand
jury about German plots. Stallforth
had been asked if he know Frana
Rintelen. the holder of the bis Ger
man bank roll in America last year;
David Lamar, sentenced to the federal
Pr son at Atlanta, Representative
Frank Buchanan, who has been in
dicted, and others. He refused to
ROBBER
When you buy anything In
rubber you have to rely on the
driggst regarding its quality.
The only safeguard you have
is to buy your rubber soods at a
reliable store than carries only
reliable makes.
Buy your Rubber Goods from
us we offer you s. better qual
ity for less mone)
Tallman & Go.
Leading Druggist!
The Bahama islands may become
extensive producers of rubber by cul
tivating the Mexk-an rubber plant.
(void spring ills
Purify and Build Up the Blood with
Hood's Saraaparllla.
In the spring your blood needs
cleansing and enriching. You feel
poorly, and there is more or less
eruption on your face and body.
Your appetite is not good, your sleep
is broken, and you are tired all the
time.
You need Hood's Saraaparllla. It
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that has stood the test of forty
years. It makes the pure red blood
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Ask any druggist for Hood's Sar
tapartlla, and insist on having it.
Nothing else acts like it. for nothing
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stitute. Get it today.
(Bast oregonian Special !
ST.VNFIKI.D. Ore., March 2. A
special meeting of the Fruit Growers
Union was held Monday evening in
the Commercial chamber. H. H.
Weatherspoon. horticultural commis
sioner of the fifth district and W. C
Hopson. county fruit inspector gave
very interesting talks on the care of
fruit. George Coe was appointed
deputy fruit inspector.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Rrlesley and
Mrs. Martha l'helps spent Saturday
In Pendleton.
Miss Mildred Graham of Portland
spent several days here visiting
friends,
George C. Coe made a business trip
to Pendleton Wednesday.
Mayor Best of Tendleton was in
town Monday.
Asa Tulford and wife have moved
from the Sunrise ranch to the Uma.
tillii ranch.
Dr. H. W". Coe returned to his home
in Portland Tuesday.
Rex Sanford shipped a car load of
hoes to Portland this week.
J. D. McAndie shipped two cat
I loads of fat cattle to Prince Rupert
i r. C, Sunday.
A party was given in the Watts au.
I ditorium Saturday evening in honot
! of Miss Mildred Graham of Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Holte were la
Pendleton Monday.
I The Tom Thumb wedding was pre
sented here Tuesday under the direc
tion of Miss Charlotte Hume of Kansas
City. Miles Evert played the part of
Tom Thumb "the groom." and little
Miss Thelma Lund took the part of
Miss Lilly Pucian Midget, the bride.
A large audience was present and a
snug sum was added to the pew fund.
Mrs. Emma Johnson of Hermlston
spent Monday here.
R. N. Stanfield has shipped in nine
car loads of hogs here to be fed for
the market.
C. G. Brownell of Umatilla was
here the first of the week.
A good roads meeting was held
here Monda" evening. Considerable
agitation is be ng shown In regard to
better roads.
Chas. W. Schooler of Burley, Idaho,
is here for a few days.
Mrs. Paulina Grevelle and daunhter
Viola, were Pendleton visitors the first
of the week.
A. B. Farnsworth of Kent. Wash.,
is here linking after his cattle that
i are beinc fed by H. E. Bartholomew.
; J. L. Cos shipped a car load of fal
I cattle to Portland the latter part of
! the week.
J. J. Chisholtfl of Pendleton is her
I looking after his business Interest at
this olace.
Editor Riches spent Monday in
Pendleton.
Mrs. C. W. Connor was an Echo
l visitor on Monday.
I Bast Oregonian Special t
PIIXJT ROCK, Ore., March 2
School was closed yesterday on ac
count of the funeral of Omar Jensen.
The seventh, elRhth nnd ninth grades
attended the funeral at Pendleton.
E. T. Fanning returned from Port
land yesterday much Improved in
health and took charge of his place
of business th!a morning.
About one half Inch of snow fell
here Tuesday night.
Cllve Sears who underwent an op
eration last week la improvlns und
will soon be able to leave the hos
pital. Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Carnes and Mrs
James Hoffner visited Pendleton yes
tei day .
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Duff and Rev
and Mrs. Gelvin motored to Pendle
ton for the Jensen funeral yesterday
Mr. and Mrs. Love returned to their
home in Pendleton Sunday after
spending the past week at the home
of their daughter Mrs. Carl Jensen.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Whi taker are the
proud parents of a baby daughter
born Monday at the hospital here.
Mrs. Whitaker is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Jaques. This Is
their ninth grandchild and all are
girls.
Miss Winnie Smith visited Pendle
ton yesterday.
Dr. Gilleland and family and Will
Kldwell and family attended the Jen
sen funeral in Pendleton yesterday.
Walter Smith shipped several car
loads of wheat last week.
Carl Hemphill was here yesterday
from his ranch near town. He says
his wife and four children have all
been down sick but are improving
now.
JUST GOT BACK FROM Pi' YORK
AND SAY THATS A WISE LITTLE TOWN . WENT INTO A
CIGAR STORE FOR A PACKAGE OF CIGARETTES - GinriE THE
BEST YOU GOT SAYS I NOT CARIIiG WHAT THEY COST
YOU MEAN PlEDMOhTS. MISTER. SAYS THE CLERK''
AMD HE WAS RIGHT-
ii i for t smmmm,
BB BLi.MUBPt i i I i IiBBTBB I Hir r
FOR
Alo Packed 20 for 10c
VALUABLE
COUPON IM
EACH PACKAfiC
Hood River Men Pleased,
HOOD RIVER. March 2. News
that the Rogue Rives Fruity & Pro
duce association, which decided to
withdraw from the Northwest Fruit
Exchange, probably Would accept an
offer of the Applegrowers' Associa
tion of this city to co-operate in the
distribution of Its apples and pears
was received with gratification by lo
cal market men.
Wilmer Sleg, sales manager of the
Applegrowers' Association, says:
"During the past we have cut under
each other on prices of our fruit, each
trying to reach the buyer, and as a
result the growers of both distrin
have suffered."
tion indorsing the policies of President
Wilson. Miss Nora Rusmussen offered
a resolution which covered the Wil
son policy on suffrage. The resolu
tion which follows, was adopted un
animously:
"Resolved. That we favor woman
suffrage and recommend that every
state in the Union enact legislation
which Will extend the right of suf
frage to all women who are otherwise
entitled to vote."
Postmaster at Grebe.
WASHINGTON, March 2 Harry
Grebe has been appointed postmaster
at Orebe, Sherman county. Ore., a
new office.
CARDINAL PETREMd SAID
TO BE IN JAPAN ON PEACE
O MISSION.
Suffrage Plan Rejected.
SAN FRANCISCO. March 2. Wo
man suffrage, ns a national Issue, was
turned down here by the members
of the democratic state central com
mittee, who voted down a resolution
asking congress to pass on to the dif
ferent states for ratification the Suth-eriand-MondeH
woman suffrage am.
sndment.
The resolution was submitted by
three women members of the Califor
nia CiVlC League. Later, after the
committeemen had adopted a resolu-
Proper Treatment for RilinusnesH.
For a long time Miss Lula Skelron.
Churchville, N. Y., was bilious and
had sick headache and dlizy spells.
Chamberlain's Tablets w the only
thing that gave her permanent relief
Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
sp
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TOKIO, March 2. Much Interest is
beiasj shown in the M of Cardinal
Petrel!!, who has been sent here as a
ipecial envoy of Pope Benedict to
congratulate Emperor Mutschlhlto
upon his recent coronation. The fact
' i!i pope is honoring a non-
ChtlstuWI monarch w th a special
voy is significant and Is taken to
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