East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, May 24, 1916, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE SEVEN, Image 7

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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1916.
WHERE THE FIGHT FOR WAR OR PEACE BEGINS IN CHICAGO JUNE 7
Makes Your Stuffed,
Germ-laden, Catarrhal
Head Clear as a Bell
NorthernPacificRy.
THE YELLOWSTONE PARK LINE
Whi n "U Waks in the mornlne:
plagued with the tortures oi head
told and catarrh, head, nose and
throat stopped up. air pasaagee clog
ged with obnoxious nitiirrli.il dis
charges that have collected during
the night and you can hardly I reutho
Just put a little Hyomel Pocket In
haler charged with the pleasant heal
ing oil of Hyoniei between your lips.
Hold it there while dressing and
breathe the medicated, antiseptic.
THROUGH TRAINS EAST
NONE BETTER
COURTEOUS TREATMENT
SUPERIOR DINING SER
VICE. GET THE BENEFIT
kJJ
BIGHT PAGES
EASTBOUND SUMMER EXCURSION
DAILY FROM JUNE 1.
r. s. laxd opening. Colviiio BmnrtMon. Register for a
chance July 5th to 22nd, at Wilbur, Wash., the reservation Gateway.
The official drawing will be at Spokane, July 27th; ask the agent.
Round Trip Hometeekers' Rates TO MONTANA, and
return. Low, attractive. Let us explain thein.
TO CALIFORNIA, have your ticket read from Portland
via t!i "Great Northern Pacific S. S. Co.
Fast Palatial Steamships, making train time (but 26
hours at sea.) Low fares, with
PORTLAND ROSE FESTIVAL, June 7-9. LOW FARES.
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, ss thej
,'ans.ot reach the wt at the dliess. Cs
larrh Is s local dlaeaae, greatly Influenceo
by constltutlonsl conditions, sad In order t
cure It yini mint like so Internal remedy
llsll's Catarrh Cure Is tsktn Internally
snd acta thru the bloed on the muciraa '
raca of the ayatem IlaU'e Catarrh Curt
waa prescribed by one of the beat pbyalcl
ana In thla country for yesra. It la com
poad of aome of the beat tonlca known,
lomblned with aoma of the beat blood
parlflera. The perfwt combination of the
Ingredlenta In Halls Catarrh Cure la what
produces aucb wonderful reenlu In catarrhal
onditlona. Rend for teatlmonlala, free.
K J cilKNKY CO , Propa , Toledo, O
All Drugglata. 7V.
Hall's Family 1111a for constipation.
SAGE TEA KEEPS
YOUR HAIR DARK
when mixed with StfUPHtTB IT
RMNCM back ITS BEACTTF1 I.
1,1 sTRE AT ONCE,
(ray hair, however handsome, de
notes advancing age. W e all know the
advantages of a youthrul appeararce.
Your hair Is your, charm. It makes or
mars the face. When II fides, turns
gray and looks streaked. Jusl a few
applications of Sage Tea and Sulphur
enhances Its appearance a hundred
fold. Don't slay gray I Look young!
Wither prepare the recipe at home or
get from any drug store a 60-ient bot
tle of "W'yeths Sage and Sulphur
Compound," which Is merely the old
time recipe Improved by the addition
of other Ingredients Thousands of
folks recommend this ready-louse
preparation, because It darkens the
hair beautifully, besides, no one call
possibly tell, as It darkens so natural
ly and evenly. You moisten a sponge
or soft brush with It. drawing UlS
through the hair, taking one small
strand at a time. By morning the
gray hair disappears; after another
application or two. its natural color
Is restored anil It becomes thick. gtOaV
ay aad lustrous, and you appear years
younger
Wysth's Sage and Sulphur Com
pound is a delightful toilet requisite,
It Is ot Intended for the mire, mltlgs
tlon or prevention of disease.
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Hong Kong Cafe
4Nt NOODLE PARLORS
Noodles
AND
Chop Suey
outside Tray Orders a Specialty.
Boxes for ladles and gentlemen.
OPEN DAT AND ALL NIGHT
MEALS ISO AND DP.
Hpeelal Chicken Dinner
Sundays.
548 Main Street
Next to B. O. Bldf. Phone tv
berth and meals included.
Tickets and full information
WALTER ADAMS
Agent, Pendleton, Ore.
A. D. CHARLTON, A. G. P. A.
Portland, Ore.
DELINQUENCY OF 6IRL IS
BLAMED UPON HER MOTHER
lit E.N HOIH.KS, JJ YEARS OLD,
FORMERLY 1JVED IN TIUs
CITY'.
nig muMivwii in iiiiecu year oiu
Franc es Hodges, formerly of this ell)'.
U charged t0 her mother yesterday ,
in B.M1..S TIiTr I
... .. J
ing the story (he Uregonian says In I
part
After deliberating but 30 minutes a
Jury In Judge Morrow s court latsj
yesterday found Mrs Will Hodge, 111
Eust Twenty-sixth street, guilty
contributing to the delinquency of btrWMt wi,h (.tleHi- n recent j
-u-jeur-uiu urn-giuer. r. me,. , I
aue piriiimca ner to irequem pui..i:
dances and all-night restaurants, as-
soclatlng with men of doubtful char-
acter.
The jury returned but two ballots . PORTUAKD, Ore.' Mav 24.-Th-to
come to an agreement. The first Kastern mill interests cntinne af stra,vl)err, really opeiwd
stood 11 for conviction to one for ac- tresslve bidders for wool and full pri-l .. ..... ... .uli ii
qulttal and the second was unanimous
tonvh-Oon la First of Rind.
The case la said to be the first ever
tried in Oregon In which an attempt
was made to fix the responsibility Of
a parent for a child's downfall. The
decision Is. In the opinion of attorneys,
an Important one, in mat it will :n-
lect ine status oi an parents wun re- lowara maintainina run sirengin in
gard to their responsibility before the the 1'nited Slates.
law for t heir children's actions. j
Deputy District Attorney llnWwn.'y ry QHFFP ARF
who handled th. cat. for the state le- HOWINr VFR Y C OOD
Clared fast night that the effect ol aMUWINtj VfcKI UUUU
the decision would be far-reaching, I CALL AT PORTLAND
In that It would no doubt act as a pre-
ventlve In a large percentage of the
cases ending In the Juvenile court as
the result of the delinquency of POT 'I
ents.
Only three witnesses were eaam'ii-,
ed. Mrs. Hodge, herself, her daughter,' in general ine niuuon ami mu I priced taste and the moment that ar
Frances, and It. S. Flack, city dance trade continues steady with former I rjvaU began to show up In earnest
Inspector. Testimony showed that the
girl had been permitted by her moth-
er to go to public dances unchaperon-
ed. and was allowed to come home
alone with men she met at the dances
The girl admitted having improper
relations with one of these men Oro-, "est ewes t
1 ni Arinn nn ihi wnv home frnmiHood lo common ewes.,., .0W0l
a dance about December of lart
year. She said she had previously
been taken by Ihe same man to a Chi
nese grill where she had drunk beer
In ala faeaail ho havlmi known
Adon In Pendleton, previously to her! food stuff remains around ts.nr,',!
coming to Portland, and to have had9on here and only a limited supply
Improper relations with him there At brought I fraction above this during
that lime she was staying with her the last 24 hours
father. j Choice light weights,
liirl sharlds Mother. nominal 8.95.on
The girl made an effort to shield Ojood light weights B.sOfM.IUj
her mother and she wept when she Medium weight! 1.50 8.7S I AMERICAN l.EAtJl'E.
declared dial Mrs. Hodge was in nn Rough and heavy 8.Q0 J.I5 1 Al Cincinnati
win responsible for her delinquency.) Cattle Trade I QoJct j NW York ' 4
she also said that her mother had for. Added to Monday's dlaapaolnttag Cincinnati 3
bid her drinking and attending all- run of Muff in the cattle pens ai.At St. Louis-
night restaurants.
Dentil Hour Also Widow's.
PITTSBUROi May It. A1 exactly
the same hour and from the sumo
cause. .Mrs. Mary Btlabeth McCrawiey
,'.9 years old. widow of Hev W. F.
McCrawiey. u former pastor of the
Kirst Presbyterian church of McKaes-j
port, dropped dead In her home l
cenlly, 13 months from the death Of
her hUSband, Mr Crawley fell dead'
of heart disease from a chair In hial
study Mrs McCrawiey fell dead from
n chair at the luncheon labia.
Mrs MeCuwlcy died before a physi
cian arrived She hud resided With
her mother, Mrs Bars Wherry, and n
nephew, Mrs Bars Wherry, and
nephew. (Slenn T. McCawley. In 119
Orchard street, McKeesport. since the
death of her husband. Two brother!
live near Canton, O.
AVOID SPRINO DOLDfl.
Sudden changea. high winds, shift
ing seasons cause colds and grippe,
and these spring colds are annoying
and dangerous and are likely to turn
Into a chronic summer cough. In
such cases take a trentment of Dr
King's New Discovery, a pleasant Lax
ative Tar Syrup It soothes th
cough, checks the cold and helps
hreaka up an attack of grippe Its
already prepared, no mixing or fuss
ing. Just ask your druggist for a bot
tle of Dr. King's New Discovery. Test
ed and tried for over years. Adv.
This photograph shows the Colls
last nations.) convention. Colonel W
Sheep Losses Heavy in Northwest
Shorn Stock Has
Suffered Because
of Cold Weather
..I'll IVII i"W
.. .May 24 Severe
a result of re-
!-xtreine cdd WSS
at several of the
j, SHe(J . bat ai
" am s f
'f" heaU"
Ihsr. are reported
,..,, W 1 ..
Shearing operations are still being
carried mi in a limited wav In the in-
t(,rl(ir ,h(, ut1lk l8 f(ir a lnuch
emaUar clip than first anticipated.
The market for wool is showing a
fairlv active tone In the Pacific north-
change in quotations. Business in the
; Vl,M,;, wctlon . MU .nB d..ne be
K Q( (,,hpr Amer1can .
um, (ng ,f kpp.,inK tnp .,.,.
I ..!,.. ,r,., h.t .iimhin.
re& are hfing ,,M in a, aeOtlOBS ."(,, vp 1ppn a,ong ;p mMa.
the west uiili th- possible exception u ..1V . . ,n, thp ..,.
Of Yakima, where the sheep Interests I
are inclined to favor buying.
Eastern Wool markets are showing I
sirenglh with well maintained prioes. I
Foreign markets remain firm at fu"i
prices. 1 nis is one 01 ine cniet ami
PORTLAND, Ore.
Ma
-There
Mas a fair marketing of sheep In thejThp DcrrjM generally were sour am) i
North Portland yards for the day rBHj nfjt for use. but the public's
with practically all arrivals In that
"ne from the Willamette valley.
'aiucs mamiaineu.
General shorn mutton and
tange:
Select spring lambs t
I Best yearlings 8.2
lamb
9.
it S.
flood to common nethers
SOG 7.
Hog Market K Steady.
With siock selling at practically the
same price as on Monday, Ihe swine
trade at North Portland was con
slder. ,1 steady. Qeneral market for
Itoslnl Trio, at the
fa
m m it
.
um In Chicago where the BapttbUMn
F. Stone, the sergeant-al-arms, is now
North 1'ortland was another small
run during the last 14 hours. Only
odda and ends are now coming for
ward from local places and extreme
values are not tested.
General cattle market range:
Choice pulp fed steers. .. . JS.9U ffi 9. "in
Choice grain fed steers. . . S. 7 r.
Ordinary grain fed steers K, 21 "9 1.40 I
Choice hay fed steers 8.5017 I.tl
Cood steers 7.t0S.00
Ordinary to common steers S.Q94 7. 06 1
Choice cows 7.1041.04 j
crdlnary to common cows 7,160731
Choice heifers 7.54) 43' 7. 75 I
Ordinary heifers 7.007.M
Choice hulls .".!) 0 'a 6.ul I
Ciood to fair hulls 4.0006.06 1
"est light calv
8.0C I
7.nnifi 7.50 i
calves
STRAWBERRY PRICE IS
CUT IN PORTLAND TRADE
ttJnJ of home arrivals has been com-'
paratively limited, and for that rea-
S( n (hp hi(!n(,r average prices known
Jl,,., rUe( here, as well as at other
Pacific northwest markets.
During Ihe dav with Increased of
feiings of W'illimette valley tarries,
there was the first sharp cut in prices I
for the season to date. Sales of best
offerings were made around 3 a crate
v. hile some "if the good stock ruled
around 2.76.
The extreme prices which have
ruled of late in the strawberry market
Wr-re the result of furnished offerings
appetite had to lie satisfied. It did
not take many crates to fill this high
down went the market. General an
Ue4patiom are for price declines from
'day to day.
e
BASEBALL, KI.Sl l.Ts.
U I. os Angeles
Vernon 5 11
Portland
At San Francisco
Oakland
I. os Angeles ....
At Salt l,ake
San Eramisco
Salt Lake
Alia Theater Today. . iJTl
istlonf convention will begin June T It may he
m the ground, very busy making arrangements.
St. Louis 2 6
Boston 0 7
At Pittsburg
Brooklyn 6 11
Pittsburg 0 2
At Chicago
Chicago 8 13
Philadelphia 8 10
NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE
At Vancouver
Vancouver 16 13 1
Tacoma 3 8 1"
At Great Falls
Butte 7 12 tt
Creat Falls 3 8 1
At Seattle
Seattle 5 4 3
Spokane 1 5 2
Amusements
What the press agents say
about Pendleton s pres
ent and coming
attractions.
Advaii Man Talks.
An advance man of John Robinson's
Ten Big Shows, which, on the after
noon and evening of June 14 will ap
pear in Pendleton, was seated in the
lobby of a local hotel. He wag tell
ing a group of traveling men of some
of the funny things he has seen while
working with circuses.
"One of the most ludicrous episodes
I ever witnessed," said the showman;
"came under my observation In a lit
tle Michigan town. It was just before
the matinee performance. The day
was unusually warm and pleasant and
the show lot was crowded. I was on
my way around the big top from the
performer's tent to the ticket wagon
As I neared the latter object I happen
ed to glance In the direction of a group
of canvas men who were moving a
cage The tongue of the cage had a
sort of crook at the end, similar to
the bend in a shepherd's rod, and In
some manner, the tongue slipped and
the crooked end was thrust right be
tween the legs of a fellow of about
forty years of age. who was standing
with bis back to the cage. Hastily
glancing down at the crooked tongue
end. the man bounded about four feet
in the air. cried out. Help! Help! The
elephant's got me! The elephant's
got me! and started wildly to run
away. Instantly every observant by-
CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY
FUNERAL DIRECTORS,
i niuv iuker. FUNERAL Di
rector and licensed embalmer. Op (
posite postoffice Funeral parlor, two
! funeral curs Calls responded to day
I or night Phone 76.
J. T. BROWN'I FURNITURE STORK '
Funeral director and licensed em-
Calmer. Most modern funeral par
lor, morKiie and funeral cars. Call'j
responded to day or night. Corner;
I Main and Water streets. Telephone 63
INSURANCE M LAND BCMNEM
j HARTMAN ABSTRACT CO. MAKES
reliable abstracts of title to all
lands In Umatilla county. Buys and
sells all kinds of real estate. Does
i a general brokerage business. Pays
; taxes and makes investments for non
residents Writes, fire, life and accl
! dent Insurance. References, any bank
I In Pendleton.
JAMES JOHNS. Pres.
C. H. MARSH. Sec
MSNVLBY A MONTGOMERY REAI
estate, fire, life and accident Insur-
UK agents, 8 IS Main street. Plume
404.
VETERINARY SURGEONS,
cTvLAlilENTlirrvTOUT
veterinarian. Residence telephone
27; office telephone, 10.
the
ljstander gave the man the merry ha.
2jha. and, after he had put several
yards between himself and the ele-
1 phant (?) he looked over his shoulder.
2 saw the pachyderm was none other
I than a big wagon tongue, and slunk
'1 away Into the crowd which surround
ed the main entrance.
GIBBON NEWS NOTES
MANY STEND SUNDAY AT THE
springs, ui ai tojiobh.es
G4JING UP.
(East Oregonlan Special.)
GIBBON. Ore.. May 22 W.
Hoch, Chas. Frledley and Mr. ar.d and overworks the kidneys in their
Mrs. Philip Pembrooke drove to pen-Efforts to filter it from the system,
dleton Friday in the Hoch car. Regular eaters of meat muat flush
A large crowd of people spent the kidneys occasionally. You must
Sunday at Bingham Springs, over 40 relieve them like you relieve the bow
cars, going up. els; removing all the acids, waste and
Mr and Mrs Dolfay Thompson poison, else you feel a dull misery In
have gone to Weston for a few days'! the kidney region, sharp pains in the
visit with relatives. Iback or sick headache, dixxineas, your
Faye Le Grow and Sam Pambrun ' stomach sours, tongue is coated and
were on the river Friday from Athen J when the weather Is bad you have
George Hoch was fn Pendleton j rheumatic twinges. The urine is
Monday and Tuesday. j cloudy, full of sediment; the channels
Nine auto loads of young people 1 often get irritated, obliging you to
from Athena and Adnms spent Thurs-jget up two or three times during the
day at Bingham SpringB. i night.
Mrs. W. D. Bonifer was in Pendl"-! To neutralise these irritating acids
ton Tuesday. nd flush off the body's urinous waat-y
Will Brace went to Pendleton Sat-, get about four ounces of Jad Salts
urday. j from any pharmacy; take a table-
Miss Evalyn Meagor Friday closed : spoonful in a glass of water before
a very successful term of school here j breakfast for a few days and your
This was Miss Meagor s second term, j kidneys will then act fine and bladder
She expects to leave the first of June disorders disappear. This famous salts
for her home at Myersdale. Penn.,is made from the acid of grapes and
but will return to Oregon again in thei lemon juice, combined with lithia. and
early fall.
Albert Baker and family and Mr.
and Mrs. John Thompson went to
Pendleton Saturday.
Miss Alice Foster returned to her
home near Weston Friday after spend- which millions of men and women
Ing the past month at the home of Stake now and then, thus avoiding se
Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson. rious kidney and bladder diseases.
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1 Why Not Own Your Own Home 1
BUY OR BUILD ON THE INSTALLMENT PLAN.
It's paying rent to yourself.
Come and see us, and we will outline this plan to you. H
I MATLOCK-LMTZ INVESTMENT GO.
5 111 East Court St. S
1 Real Estate Farm and City Loans Insurance 5
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ATTORNEYS.
RAI.ET & RALKY, ATTORNEYS AT
law. Office In American National
Bank Building.
GEORGE W. COUTTS, ATTORNEY
at law. Estates settled, wilt,
deeds, mortgages and contracts drawl.
Collections made. Room 11, Schmidt
block
FEE FEE. ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Office in Despaln building.
CARTER & SMYTHE. ATTORNEY
at law Office in rear of Ameri
can National Bank building.
JAMES li PERRY. ATTORNEY AT I
law Office over Taylor Hardware
company.
PETERSON A BISHOP, ATTOR
neys at law; room S and 4. Smith-
Crawford building.
DOUGLAS W. BAILEY. ATTORNEY
at law. Will practice In all state j
and federal courts Rooms 7, g anci
9. Despaln building.
FREDERICK
ney at law.
ford building
STEIWER. ATTOR
Offlce In Smlth-Craw-
S. A. LOWELL. ATTORNEY ANI
counsellor at law. Office in De
spaln building.
you draw
By the time you are dressed your
head will be cljar as a bell, you will
breathe with ease and comfort, eat
j your breakfast with a relish and go
' about our day's work with a clear
brain and steady eye.
This clean smelling, germ destroy
: ing air of Hyomel penetrates deep
; down into every fold and crevice of
the membranous linings of your nose,
I throat and lungs where no liquid
I spray could possibly get and absolutely
j kills and drives out of your system
' every germ it finds there, heals the.
inflamed, swollen tissues and after the,
very first trial you notice a wonderful
improvement A few weeks' use and
I every catarrhal germ Is killed and
driven out of your system.
I Druggists everywhere think so well
, of Hy-mei that they agree to give you
' a guarantee with every complete in
; haler set you purchase that If it doea
j not satisfy they wilt gladly return ev
: ery cent you paid for It. but If using
for the first time be sure to ask for
the complete Hyomel Pocket Inhaler
outfit as the smaller package does not
contain the inhaer Tallman at Co.
or most any other reliable druggist
will gladly supply you on request.
TAKE SALTS TO
FLUSH KIDNEYS
EAT LEiW MEAT IE YOL EEEIi
BACKACllY OK HAVE BLAD
DER TROUBLE.
Meat forms uric acid which excites
has been used for generations to clean
and stimulate sluggish kidneys and
stop bladder irritatioa Jad Salts is
inexpensive, harmless and makes a de
lightful effervescent lithiawater drink
SBCOM) HAND DEALERS.
V. STROBLE. DEALER IN NEW
and second hand goods. Cash
paid for all second-hand goods bought
Cheapest place in Pendleton to buy
household goods. Come and get o'lr
prices. 2 is E Court street Phone
271W.
montana farm lands,
xortheilnpHf7craTmvay
Lands in eastern Montana at fit
to Jls per acre. Suitable for farm
ing or grutinK. Easy ternu. For In
formation wri" or see W. B. Holt,
Miles City. Montana.
AGENTS W LNTED.
ELDERLY MEN DESIRINil t.IOHT
employment can make good w.igea
selling our FI LL LINE of popular
priced Nursery Stock, outfit tar
nished. Inveatigate Address I'aclfls
Nursery Company, 122 1-2 Ornad
Avenue. Portland "
Al CllOM Fits
COL. W. F. YOHNKA, Al l TP N
eer. makes a apeclalty of farmers'
stock and machinery sales. "The
man that gets you the nnmey " Leave
orders at East Oregonlan office.
Aitt inn i'i
RAYMOND W. HATCH. AIU'HITMI
Despaln Building Phone 7(1. Pen
dleton, Oregon.