East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, December 03, 1918, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5

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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3. 1018,
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GROCERY
525 Main St. Free Delivery. Phone 640'
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Bananas, dozen ' . . . , . .
Large Oranges, dozen
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OREGON TROOPS IN
FRANCE LOCATED
OftJXJOXIAN NKWS BUREAU.
Waiih., Nov. 30. In a list made public
by the War Department showing; the
location of the various division of
the Army at the time of the signing
i of the armistice, the 9 lift Division l
ihown to have been at Ostoosebeke and
Iunkerque, near the Belgian-French
border, and the 4 2st Division near St.
Algnan and Noyers, In Prance.
Them two Divisions contained
troops from Oregon, Washington and
Idaho. y
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liOHON PtCTURE BWS
What the Picture Theater
Have to Tell You.
ASKS "OBSERVING' COMMITTER
Olympic Pancake Flour, pkg.. .... . . 35c
Aunt Jemima Pancake Flour, 2 pkgs. . 35c
Quaker Corn Flakes, pkg 10c
Washington Crisps, pkg 10c
Best Iowa Corn ....... .can 15c; case $3.50
WASHINGTON, lxw. 3. Conirrnwl-
onal (IlKplnaHuro due to PrCHtdctit U II
wm't not taking the letftdative branch
into his confidence regai-dlmr ieaoe
mulK'rx. broke, out. with the convenine
of ronitrrwi ypxtcrday. Ciimmlrurx In
' troductxl a resolution to create a xena
jlorlal eoimnittcn of elKht to "otwrve"
IX-oeo negotiations, keeping the innate.
which lias treaty ratifications power.
,in touch vt-llh developnicnis. Hrnre-
iHentallvo ltodi-nnura; introduced
rowlutlon to declare Vice President
Marshall the legal holder of the presl
1 demliil (bull- while Wilson Is In En
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CELERY KING
WHEN FEVERISH
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We Sell
War Savings
Stamps
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The First National Bank
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Hon't make th mistake of bothering
with uncertntn r-mrilfl for Celry
King a purely Yejffrtablti formula made
into a. palatubla tea is nature's bt
riiiif-iiy for constipation, upst stom
ach, coated tongue and sick headache.
It's the name old remedy that thou
fthmla Hwenr by and coata only a few
cvnta for a generous package.
Tak it freely and give U to the little
on- when cross and feverish.
Want Ad COST is
Less Than Vacant
Room Loss!
You can rent your furnish
ed room to 'a lodger who la
"good pay who will appre
ciate a good place to live, and
who will STAY if the room
makes a good home.
The COST per day of a
want ad is smaller than the
I..(.SS 'per day through hav
ing the room unrented. And
a few days of want ad COST
will prevent a great many
days of VACANT ROOM
LOSS.
,. AI.TA TODAY.
Today the AHa Is showing the pop
ular favorite. Jack Plckford, In the
whirlwind comedy drama, "Mile a
Minute Kendall." a -play full of pep
and action from start to finish. Jack I
is now In the tJ. 8. navy doing his bit.
"Mile a Minute Kendall," one of those
breezy plays that keep you In merri
ment and wonder from the first reel
until the final fade-out on the screen.
In addition will also be shown the
Alta Screen Telegram, the weekly that
shows the news first. '
PASTIME TODAY.
The serials that were playing when
the ban was clapped on In Pendleton
will be continued where they left. off
at the Pastime today.? Pearl White
in the "House of Hate," Chapter 12,
and Eddie Pole In "The Bulls Eye."
chapter 10. Also wlJI be shown a
Keystone with Sydney Chaplin, en
titled "Flirting With the Mermaids."
first in meeting the emergency which j
In drawing so many teacher away ' s
;frorn the schools, and then In support-i
j ting institution and axenctes for the,
perparatlon of competent teachers, jiz
j would be to raine at once the status S
inn iravmnA i,r.,,,u aim 11 m j j
enhance the efficiency of the schools ;S
throughout the land. Without en. js:
croachlng upon the autonomy of the '
several states, cooperation would re-is:
cognise In a most effective way the j "Z
dependence of the nation's welfare up- IS
on the public schools and the signln-lz;
cance of the teacher's service to the'r
nation's life." j
CHILDREN 10c
TtiCGcIa
ncoday-.J
ADULTS 25c 1
To "rely upon
in 99 out of 100 '
a want ad" fi
'Instances" In 1
safe
ife. ;
"1920 AM'HOI'KIATIOXS LESS. ;
WASHINGTON,' Pec. 2. Govern- :
mcnt expenditures to next year are of- j
rielally estimated at K,OH.7, 298.07. ! 5
McAdoo transmitted to the house this I E
estimate of appropriations required j
for various departments of the govern- i "
mcnt during; tlie fiscal year ending
June SO, 1920. It include sinking .
fund requirements and postal savings!
appropriations. The total is approxi
mately twenty-two billions less titan i
the total 1919 estimates.
PUBLIC-SCHOOLS
PEACE
HOUSING CAN BE
QUICKLY SUPPLIED
Training Teachers. Improv
ing Instruction Worries
Educators.
Don't Neglect
Your Buildings
A coat of Good Paint will
add many more years to their
usefulness.
Lovo Dros.
ainfs
fill every requirement
stand the wear of time.
and
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Proscriptions
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Emergency Drugs
5 may be had after
P. M. by calling
J dence phones
6:30
resi-
L. J. McATEE
The Practical Paint Man
513 Main Street Telephone 158
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THE SENSIBI ,E GIFT
By United Press.)
NEW TOHK, Nov. 30. One of the
greatfit reconstruction problems fac-
I in k tnn nation, now mat peace nan
j comii. In the problem of bettering pub.
lie education, according to leading
educators here,
The pujrlfe schools, as well a moat
private schools and colleges, have suf
fered severely on account of the war.
Many American cities had just formed
plans Involving large expenditures for
education, when the United States en
tered the war, and the plans have been
held In obeyance since. Great school
construction programs were postponed
and will be resumed with many diffi
culties.
In New York City several million
dollars worth of construction wa
planned for the puhllc schools, and
the money has been available through
out the war, but the government
would not permit labor and materials
to be diverted, from war work. Now
that the ban is lifted the construction
of new public schools will. begin, even
though materials still are very high,
Thousands of children are tinable to
attend school for a full day beause of
lack of space
Similar conditions exist In most
other large cities. Surveys show that
the greatly under-constructied public
school plant Is the rule In American
cities. The fairly complete plant is
a happy exception-
Other Problem nfft&vr.
But the physical plant is a thing
that can be built up with a fa Id degree
of promptness if the people want bet
ter facilities and are willing to vote
the money. It is the problem of train
ing teachers and improving the educa
tors most of all.
Half the school children in the j
United States are attending schools
taught by untrained or badly trained
teachers, according to a evom mission
of educators headed by G.'D. Strayer.
president. National Education associa
tion. This commission has completed
a study of national educational condi
tions, and its conclusions are none too
flattering to Americans who believe
that the fate of a free people rests
largely upon the widespread duf fusion
of sound education among the people.
Concerning conditions in the rural
and vllliage schools, the commission!
sa ys :
Tour ad should tell people where to
find you or to find what you have to
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ANOTHER GUESS
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SSjgS a L. A'SS'
Virginia congressman ' who Is
considered In some quarters as
likely successor to McAuoo as sec
retary of the treasury. Glass en
tered Congress in 1902. and first
won national recognition (or his
aid in drafting and carrying
through the ederal reserve bank
act.
A rip-roaring, go-get 'em Comedy; Drama.
Pull of pep and one that will make Jack Pickford
now of the U. S. navy, more popular than ever. '.
Action ! Thrills ! . Be sure and see Sailor Jack
in JVIile-a-Minute Kendal.
IN ADDITION
ALTA SCREEN TELEGRAM
Showing how our boys whipped the Hun.
Come We are showing to more people than
before the ban was put on Come!
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RUB NEURALGIA ,
AWAY! END PAIN
IXST.WT HFI.IKF FROM KKRVE
TORTURK AXI MISKRV WITH
OI.I "ST. JAOOKS IASI-5IEXT."
Get a small trial bottle!
Rub this soothing, penetrating lin
iment right into the sore, inflamed
nerves, and like magic neuralgia dis
apepars. "St. Jacogs Liniment" con
quers pain. It Is a harmless neural
gia relief which doesn't burn or dis
color the skin.
Don't suffer! It's so needless. Get
a small trial bottle from any drug
store and gently rub the "aching
nerves" and in 3ust a moment you will
be absolutely free from pain, ache and
suffering, but what will please you
more Is, that the misery will not come
back-
N difference whether your pain or
neuralgia misery is in thef ace. head
or any part of the body, you get In
stant relief and without injury.
j Room 7, Temple Bids.
5 Phone 772
2 Dr. H. A. Schneider j
Pendleton Oregon J
Kor the national government gen-1
PASTIME
TUESDAYWEDNESDAY
CHILDREN 5c ADULTS 20c
SERIAL DAY . :
HOUSE OF HATE 5
Pearl White and Antonio
IN '
Flashes in the Dark
ALSO EDDIE POLI IN "THE BULL'S EYE"
Coyotes of the Desert
These serials begin where we left off when the Flu
ban was placed on the city.
ALSO KEYSTONE COMEDY
' "FLIRTING WITH THE MERMAIDS"
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a Real Leather
Suit Case or Bag
f We carry in stock the finest
line of this class of goods
in Eastern Oregon .'. ..
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In ihe leather business lor forty years
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