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DAILY BAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. TUESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1916.
Stopping the Camera to Tell a Story
Wc have an extra fine lot of melons in cold
storage all the time. Keeping melons cold
for several days so that it's cooled thorough
ly making them more crisp and not to be
compared with one that has been lying
around in a warm store room. We keep our
coolers full all the time. You may see them
in our display window where the thermome
ter stands at thirt) five degrees these warm
The Dean Mil Co.
DOWNEY'S MARKET IN CONNECTION
WHITE TO TOUR FRIENDS ON
W. B. SMITH & CO.
WEDDINfl AND VISITINO CAM
MORGAN BUM., PORTLAND. 0!
CAMERAS HSPEEDEX FILM
DON'T let another
summer go by
without an Ansco. It
will add more to the
pleasure of your out
ings than anything else.
All winter and long
afterwards you can live
over aain with your
pictures those good
summer days. Let us
show you the Ansco
line. $2 to $55.
Tallman & Co.
HEHEYOtJ WILL ITM BW
BEST ton LIFE
1, tbe sweet salt breosos of the sea
at GBARHART and BEA8IDB, Warm
sea water and surf bathing! olf, ten
nis, trout ftthlni and other pastimes.
DOW COST VACATIONS
for the entire family, from 10 per
eook (for summer cottage) upwards
Hrst hotels, first class cuisine. Son
M,,iis abundant Purest mountain wa
ter Stopover Is convenient via The
NORTH HANK ROAD "'i Ul TWIN
p u.m t.s to or from California
THE -H M CANTON or THE
Hid the world-rivaling highway
,k. ui ttu heart of the Cascades to
Portland enjoyod from the trains of
the NORTH HANK ROAD.
Round trip from Pendleton ... llS.lt
Send postal for booklet.
, ,. local agent Northern Pacific, or
O -W. R. N-. or address,
R, H. CROMER Asst. Oen. Pass Agt.
Man Declares He is
Mad and Asks to be
Put In Salem Asylum
VI. ,1. O'BRIEN OF CAMAS, WASH
in i i.m:i ri mi. in
Q11IIIEH I'ltoM SHERIFF,
AI.:'M, ore.. July 31. A man
Kiv iik the, name of M. J WUrieii r
Camas, vYushinKi rushed to the
Offk'C "f police Chief Wel-h (lciiiainl-J
I ii k thai he lie Jailed or Kent in the
mail house. Welsh dlil mil boHoVO
the man crasy but feared lulelde Bel
detained him pending Inquiries from
the her ii oi Clark county, Washing-1
urn. O'Brien said that losing nu joi
with the Wlllann'tte I'.ijht company I
had unbalanced hie mind
FOR LEAVING THE
WASHINGTON. July .11 -Senator
I Walsh "f Montana, spirited! attack-1
led Hughes lor .Uiltlng the supreme .
bench ami entering pol'.tloa, Benaloi I
I Townaend of Michigan, hotly replied . I
; 'ai h declared Hughes' act wa.s the!
deadliest MOW" SVST delivered attains! I
luiiiio confidence in the supreme I
cmirt. He inatnuated that Hughei
' had aspirations when deciding the
I "Dnnbury Katten cans."
KM NT TAMAI.PAIs U-TltK.
namm Cover wide Area or Eminence
CUl' SlIH 1'llllll'iMH.
SAt'SAi.iTo. Cat, July 11. Mount
Tanialpai. is afire.
. flames are raging over a widening
area a quarter of a mile above West
Point "ii the western slope of the
mountain, spreading fast in the di
rection "i the Rook sprltiKs trail.
Mill valley, determined to exert
eveiv effort to prevent a recurrence
Of the d SaStroQa fire of August. 1913.
rushed Hid Tire fighters to the scene
on a special train, reaching West
Point shortly before 1 o'clock.
The blase lumped one of the wide
fire trails which had lieen cut above
vVeet Point as a praeautlon against
At San Rafael a dense column of
staoke rlslu from tbe mountain side
Th.- flame can be seen clearly
from the lamalpole tavern
I This is the first serious fire on the
moUlttagn since the blaze three pearl
ago which swept the entire slope,
n'eniclng Mill Valley and surround-
! it'll VII li OF THE FITTEST"
. proprietary medicine like every
thing else that comes before the pub-1
He has to prove lbmerit. It has til
meet compOUtlon, The law of the
'Survival or the Fittest" applies to
I this a- to other things. The Tact
jthat Lydla F. Plnkham's Vegetable
Compound after forty years of suc
cess is sltll one of the largest sellers
proves that it la a dependable, stand
ard rented) for tbe a intents oi wom
ankind, and one in which they may
have perfect confidence. Adv.
ALENTINE GRANT AND SIDNEY OtCOTT, STAR AND DIRECTOR FOR FAMOUS PLAYERS IN PARA
Pcorile hesltntc In the waltz and the 20th Century Limited seeinincly does at a few places on Its way to Chl-
mta Mil It'l even more nre for I director to stop in the midst of the making of a picture, and then for
he namong "f nrtaflBI some Irish witticism on a star, nut that's what happened when Sidney Olcott. director,
11,1 while niaklne "The Innocent Li," in which Valentino ilrant is starred. That's why the picture was taken.
Speaking of fun and rests and hesitations in photoplay work, it is apropos to remark thut holding down a posl
l.tj in notion pictures is not a cinch One little star said that 'if yon are ktokkkl for work, select something else
lie translatlns the Bible Into rhlnose. looplus the moin in an aeroplane, com ata a hrand new opera, stopping the
ar In Europe ur making Ihe dove of peace settle down for life In Mexico; but don't class the Job of a screen star
Ith any of those as a 'cinch.' "
III (.III s -,i-i;r.( II.
1 1 n t In iic',1 Mom paKe one I
mentable sacrifice ol international re-
Mr Hughes continued:
"The dealings of tbe admlnistial on
with Mexico constitute a confuaoO
chapter of blunders. We have not
helped Mexico She I es prostrate,
impoverished, famine stricken, over
whelmed with the woes ami outrages
of Intrmectne strife, me helpless vic
tim of a eondldithm of anarchy,
h ch the course 0t the administra
tion served only to promise.
We Rave Eneanlea, Not l'r 'nds
"For ourselves we have Witnessed
the murder of our clUseOS and the de
struction of their property, We have
enemies, noi frtsnda instead of
commanding respect and deserving
i; 1 wl!l 1" ainterlty, firmness and
consistency, we provoke ralsapprehen.
Ston ami daap resenitnent.
"In the light "t the conduct Of the
admlntstraUon no one could undas-
stand Its profession. Decrying inter
ference we interfered most exaeper-
. Ilimls Wo have Mot even kept out
of actual conflict, and the sou of
MMlco is stained with the blood of
"We have resorted to physical in -
tsrfarence, only to retire without
gaining the professrd Object It is a
I AUGUS f ( j f 1 1 4 V
record which cannot be
without a profound sense i
Vcira Crns Invasion railed war.
"In the spring of 114 occurred the
capture of Vera vYuz. It appeared
that a shipload of ammunition for
i Huerta wa- about to enter that port
There was a natural opposition f"
, this invasion and a battle occurred, In
.which Is American.- and over 111"
i Mexicans were killed This, of course,
Was war. Our dead soldiers were
jprased for dying like heroes in I
I war of service.
"Later, we retired from Vera Cruz.
giving up this nolde warfare. We ha"
not obtained the salute w hkh was de
! mended We had not obtained repar
tition for atfionts. The ship with am-
munition, which could not land at
Vera Cruz had soon landed at anoth -
er port, and it- cargo was delivered
to Huerta without interference.
Merc Pretext.'- Sa Hngbes,
"We are new Informed that we did
' hot go to Vera Cruz to force Huerta
i to salute the flag.' We are told thai
I we were In earnest in our demand that
Hiieru must go. That is. we seized
Vera Crua to depose Huerta.
'luestion of ihe salute was a
, "Meanwhile the administrate
I tariy failed to perform ita obvloi
ty to secure protection for the
Take your choice of any silk
suit in our stocic. Everv- suit
now tliis season.
Cloth Suits Must
We are determined to close
out every cloth suit that now
J remains. Economical women
will take advantage of the spe
cial offerings in cloth suits,
some being Bold at Le ig Thun
Half the former prices.
ur citizens It iV
,,nd property of
most unworthy to
stur those who;
have Investments In
Mexico in order'
to escape a condemnation lor
non-performance of th s doty, Ther
ran be no such escape, for we have
no delate as to the existence of this
dutj on the part of our government
Mexico Left to evolution.
"Destroying the government Ol
Huena. we left .Mexico to the ravages
..: revolution. 1 shall ii"t attempt t"
narrate the sickening story of th
harhnrltlaa committed, of the carnival
Ol murder and lust. We were then ! we will not contemplate meddlesome
told thai Mexico was entitled to SP ill j interference with what does not con
as much blood as she phased to settle ! cern us, but that we propose to insist
:;, r .fairs in a firm and candid manner upon
The SanU rWbel massacre, the the performance of international ob-
at Columbus, the bloodshed at j ligation.
at, aie fresh n our minds Aft- "To stable government appropriate
le Columbus raid we started a ; ly discharging its international duties,
live expedition.' We sent a thin i we should give ungrudgingly support.
if troops hundreds of miles Itltol
Rexti " between twi
neither of which Wt
use and wh.ch we d
erty to seize We '
mis- on to enter th
nes of railwaj .
'ere allowed to j
not feel at lib-j
re reiused per
Regarded as Menace by Mexicans.
Though thus restricted, the enter
prise was still regarded by the Mex.
cans as a menace, our troops faced
the hostile forces and it is not ro
le that our men t ell at Car
What other result could be ex-
are most in demand.
SO R0 Siimmar rir,st now
Tomorrow you will find nothing but Silks on display
We have so many new patterns of Silks that it is ne
ci ssary to use our entire counter space to display them.
Be sure to stop in Wednesday and you will see some of
the most beautiful silks ever displayed in Pendleton.
The Daylight Store; Better Good, Latest Style,
Prompt and Courteous Attention.
Start the month right by giving Alexander's your first
peeled.' We were ordered to wuh-j
draw, and without accomplishing our
purpose we have been Withdrawing
and we are now endeavoring to safe
guard our own territory.
"The entire national guard has
been ordered out, and many thou
sands of our citizens have been taken
from their peaceful employment and
buiried to the Mexican border by the
administration to seize and punish
Villa for his outrage on our soli. It
has not punished anyone, we went in
only to retire and future movements
are apparently to be determined by a
Xo Policy of Agsresaion.
The nal.on has no policy of ag
gression toward Mexico. We have no
desire for any part of her territory
We wish her to have peace, stability
and prosperity. Wa should be ready j
to aid her in binding up her wounds, i
in relieving her from starvation and
distress and in g.ving her in every j
practicable way me nn ui
! disinterested friendship.
"The conduct of tnis admlnistra-
Hon has created difficulties which we
shall have to surmount. We shall have
. 1 ..n,,n.,,k, nu.lloUlV
to overcome u.r .
created b mat eonuuei uuu w "
i p genuine respect ami luiioutu
We shall have to adopt a new policy
a policy of firmness and consistency
through which alone we can promote
an enduring friendship
Demands I'pon Mexico.
We demand from Mexico the pro.
taction Of the lives and the property
of our citizens and the security of our
border from depredations Much
will be gained If Mex.
A short period of firm
friend!) dealing will accomplish mors
than many years of vacillation."
Dtacnsses Aiucrbiinism Issue,
Mr. Hughes then turned his atten
t on to the Issue Of Americanism. He
In thi- land of composite popula
tion. dra.ng iis strength from every
race, the national security demands
that there shall be no paltering with
American rights, Tbe greater the
danger of divided influences, the
AT CLEARANCE Sale Prices
cool looking frocks of voile, organdie, f lower- .
etc.. at temptingly ew prices nghi
$10.50 Summer Dresses, now
$12. oO Summer Dresses
M 4.0) Summer Dresses,
$16 50 Summer Dresses,
greater Is the necessity for the uni
fying force of a just, strong and Pa
flail Stones, Cancer and Ulcers of the
Stomach and Intestines. Auto-Intoxi-catlon.
Yellow Jaundice, Appendicitis
and other fatal ailments' result from
Stomach Trouble. Thousands of
Stomach Sufferers owethelr com
plete recovery to Mayr's Wonderfol
Remedy. Unlike any other for Stom
ach Ailments. For sale by druggists
Don't gaffer! Get dime pack
of Dr. James' Headache
You can clear your head and relieve
a dull, splitting or violent throbbing
headache in a moment with a Dr.
James' Headache Powder. This old
time headache relief acts almost magi
cally, i Send some one to the drug store
now for a dime package and s few mo
ments after you take a powder you
will wonder what became of the head
ache, neuralgia and pain. Stop suffer
ingit's needless. Be sure you get what
you ask for.
You let any work in our
line, don't forget to get
our prices. Estimates
gladly furnished on any
kind of stone, brick and
S. RUGO & CO.
when they A r JML
I I Mil
km rm -the spell or the Yukon
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