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DULY EAST ORBQOmAR. PE1TDLKTON. OREOOH THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1010
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TUB POLITK MOOX.
There Is a baby walking.
Along a city street.
It has its little hand in mine,
I BUM. its dancing feet.
And as beneath the row of trees
We wander side by side.
Keeping an even pace with us.
The friendly moon doth glide.
Wo go a whole long city block, .
And back to our' front door.
And baby laughs to see the moon
Just where it was before.
H. M. Williams.
THE PEOPLE HAVE MONEY
JWNANCIERS and experts in financial matters in large bank
ing cities of the country are commenting on the favorable
financial conditions in the United States after the coun
try's two-year participation in the greatest war in history. Not
only has the federal reserve system met every demand for elas
ticity and safe expansion, but the close scrutiny of federal offi
cials has added to the security and stability of the entire banking
interest. During the past fiscal year there were more than 18,
000,000 depositors in our national banks, and, according to a re
port of the Comptroller of the Currency, not a penny was lost to
a depositor through the failure of a national bank throughout
the entire 12 months.
lhe 18,240,800 depositors (by actual count on June 30,
1919) had placed a total of $15,824,865,000 in the keeping of
federal banks. In these banks there had been but one failure
since January 1, 1918 only one failure, in fact, in the last
twenty-one months. Their deposits represented an increase of
119 per cent, or $8,767,828,253, since the same date in 1910.
This was a gain of practically a billion dollars a year
the same period the number of depositors entrusting their mon
ey to the federal banks rose 137 per cent; or from 7,690,468
separate accounts to the total of over 18,000,000. This was an
increase of 10,549,832 depositors.
While there are a great many depositors who have duplicate
accounts, the figures obtained from the comptroller's report
show the great expansion of wealth was among the masses of
the people during the past nine years. As further evidence of
how general this expansion actually has been, the figur.es on to
tal deposits divided among the number of depositors show that
while in 1910 the amount cn deposit for each depositor averaged
$689.47, the report for June of this year puts the average deposit
at $651.92, or very close to the figure of nine years ago, indicat
ing a broader distribution of wealth.
Wm W. Porter, C. S. B. of
New York City
Mtffnber of The Board of Lectureship of The Mother Church,
The First Church of Christ, .Scientist, of Boston,
Sunday Afternoon, 3 o'Clock, Dec. 14, '19
Doors Open at 2:30.
The Public is Cordially Invited to Attend.
AN OVERSEAS DIARY
Friday, Auff. 9, 1918. We were told
to report at T. M. C. A. headquarters,
111 Hue d'Aguesseau, by 9:00 a. m. for
a conference. Since Rue d'Aguesseau
I is just one block long several of us saw
i considerable of gay Paree, before we
j located the side of a certain block so
designated. In the conference I found
i one Oregonian at least. Bishop Pad
i dock was there. He left Xew York
before me, but by my quick trip across
I and through England I have caught,
him again. While waiting at "Y"
During (headquarters I hear several rather j
null mu V t?l UISUIICL It JJtl I Is til U, UIS j
gun. I looked up in a questioning j
way. A Frenchman nearby was do
ing the same and he said, "Bertha
goes again." The papers today an-,
nounce that the big German gun was
beginning to shell Paris again. I visit
ed the place, not far away, where one j
shell had gone down through the hotel ;
Calais. It had entered about the j
fourth story window and gone angling 1
at about 75 degrees down through the
building ripping a hole about the size
of an automobile before its explosion. ,
Tt seems to have exploded In or under
the dining room. Then its capers
were lige a regular "oull in a China
closet" French china was sure in a
muss, but only two people were killed
by all the shells dropped at this time.
Paris hardly notices the incident, so It
seems to me. At noon I came upon
1 Fred Lockley of Portland, Oregon. He
1 didn't know me at first till I told him
j I hailed from the biggest town of Its
size in the worlds where we "Let er
f Buck," and that I could talk indian
Jj to beat the band, then he smiled and
shook my hand. "Glad to see you
here Cornelison." it was then he set
going a plan to get me to go into the
British Sector of the western front
where I. B. Rhodes, formerly a "Y"
, seoretry in Idaho and Oregon, had
j charge. I knew Rhodes, but never
j git to see him. But Lockley must
have gotten results for when the re
i port was read after the conferences
j today, i am with others assigned to
Mr. Rhodes' section anil am to report
at Abbyvillo for further orders.
DIRECTOR HINES' REPORT
ON RAILROAD SITUATION
NOW BEFORE PRESIDENT
WASHINGTON', Dec. 11. A special
report by Rail Dlroctor Hlnes on the
railroad situation Is before President
Wilson, it la stated at th white houe.
today. This is said to be the basis for
the president's special railroad mes
sage to congress.
SEVEN YEARS IS A LONG TIME
state or onto. City of Toledo, LucaJ !
JT in Grant county, Cedric Sharff, a farmer, who shot a Cjvanyk-?' Cheney makes oath that he ia
' aald firm will ray the sum of ONE HUN-
DRED DOLLARS for any case of Catarrh
mat cannot De curea oy tne use 01
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed In
my presence, this 6th day of December,
A. D. MSI.
(Seal) A. W. Oleason, Notary Public.
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is tak
en Internally and acts through the Blood
on the Mucous Surfaces of the System.
Druggists, 75c. Testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
I ItJ boy who was robbing his watermelon patch last summer, ! TcZ"bZ aciy'o-
IX CIO UCC1I Lfjui 1 k ICil liiuibiiaLitiuv i vv .v
seven years in the penitentiary. He asserted during his trial
that he did not aim to kill the lad and that death resulted from
neglect of the wound. The judge ruled that this evidence could
not be considered.
If a farmer is entitled to seven years in the penitentiary for
defending his melon patch with excessive zeal, what about the
bandits and deliberate murderers and revolution by force advo
cates, many of whom are not being punished at all? The pun
ishment for Sharff seems out of proportion to his offense when
the punishment of other offenders is considered. Is it a crime
to defend your property but no crime to urge the overthrow of
I Why the Most
Over 50,000 Torbensen Internal Gear Drive rear !
E axles for motor trucks are now in service.
The tremendous demand for Torbensen Drive R.
S compelled a tripling of factory facilities in 1917 1
alone. Other big enlargements are inevitable.
1 This insistent demand has made Torbensen Drive
the most widely used make of motor truck rear axle
2 in the world. And it has attained this great leader
1 ship over all other rear axles through sheer merit of
design and good service.
I What are the features of design that have made
this rear axle the undisptued leader? For, in the last
analysis, it is the design that determines the type of
service that any rear axle can give.
There are two outstanding features. The first
This store has a splendid stock from which to
make useful selections for the Christmas gift. Each
department is filled with articles that are lasting,
useful, sensible and that will be, thoroughly appre
ciated by the recipient.
For the Little
We are showing a nice assortment
of articles for .the children that will
bring a little bit of Christmas every
day of the year. Included in our
RED RIDER CARS
If you are looking for a nice gift for your wife,
come to this store and select a nice piece of the furni
ture that we are showing you can find here most
anything you want in Chairs, Rockers, Bed Room
Furniture, Library Tables, Rugs, Reed Furniture,
Cedar Chests, Davenports, etc. You Can rest assured
if it comes from Cruikshank and (Hampton it will be
sure to please.
SHIPMENT OF COMFORTERS ARRIVE
We have just unpacked a big shipment of fine,
well filled and well covered comforters. Now that
the cold weather is here you probably need one or
more of these warm bed coverings. They are offered
at a price that will meet with your approval.
DOOR MATS HERE
We also just received a shipment of door mats,
Every front porch should be equipped with one of
these mats. They will really save enough hard work
the first week to pay for themselves.
Use Our Exchange Department
124 E. WEBB
Oliver died Plows
Plow Makers for the World
With a hard winter at hand the coal strike was becoming a
tragic matter and President Wilson has made a timely rescue by
submitting an acceptable plan for settlement. The whole trou
ble could have been avoided had both miners and operators
manifested the concern they should have felt for the public.
Both owners and workers are justly entitled to censure for the
plight in which the nation was placed.
Properly organized work in Pendleton can do much towards
preventing hardships because of lack of fuel. Let us have a sys
tem about his matter so as to properly safeguard those who are
not blessed with full coal bins.
SALTS IS FINE FOR
KIDNEYS, QUIT .MEAT
Flush (lie Kidneys at Oneo Hlmi Hack
Hurts or Bladder Bothers.
OF BAD BLOOD
Pimples on the face, tunches in
itneck, sallow and swarthy com-j
-"'x.ion, sorea, ulcers, scaly JBkin af-j
fftionF, constipation, inactive liver, j
d vHpepsla and stomach troublew arc
common symptoms of blood troubles.
There 1m no remedy offered today to
the public that has po successfully
cured these diseases as "Number 40
Kor The Blood." An old doctor's
prescription containing the moat reli
able alteratives knonvn to medical
Put up by J. C. Mendenhall. Ev
ansvills, lod., 40 years a drugjrist.
Hold by A. C. Koeppen & Brothers.
RETURN EXPECTED IN
EARLY MONTH OF 1920
LONDON, Dec. 11. In Tin ens mic
robes have a regular program by
which they recur In cycles of 33 weeks
according to the medical research
committee. The next call is expected
in January and February, it is said.
28 YEARS AGO
((From the Dally East Oregonian
December 10, 1891.)
The fire hoys elected officers laM
ni?ht as follows: President W. Ff.
Jones; secretary, H. J. Stlllman:
treasurer, Krank Duprat; delegates to
the department, John MeOlnn, A. D.
;Stiltman, James Neagle: foreman, Joe
'Kll; first assistant. Sam Christiansen;
'second assistant, August Bower,
j Senator Haley, who Is an entmisias
jtie sportsman, was pleased this morn
ling by the receipt of a young
j thorougbred retriever, a handsome
("purp' with entelligent eyes and a
: curly coat of brown. He looks every
irrh a bird dog. The donor was I.uke
Kuykendall of Corvallls.
No man or woman who eats meat
regularly can make a mistake by
flushing the kidneys occasionally, says
a well-known authority. Meat forms
uric ucid which clogs the kidney pores
so they sluggishly filter or strain only
part of the waste and poisons from
the blood, then you get sick. Nearly
all rheumatism, headaches, liver trou
ble, nervousness, constipation, dizzi
ness, sleeplessness, bladder disorder
eome from sluggish kidneys.
The moment you feel a dull ache in
the kidneys or your back hurts, or If
the urine is cloudy, offensive, full of
sediment, Irregular of passage or at
tended by a sensation of scalding, get
about four ounces of Jad Salts from
any reliable pharmacy and take a
tablespoonful in a glass of water be
fore breakfast for a few days and your
kidneys will then act fine. This fam
ous salts is made from the acid of
grapes and lemon Juice, combined with
lithia and has been used for genera
tions to flush clogged kidneys and
stimulate them to activity, also to
neutralize the acids in urine so it no
longer causes irritation, thus ending
Jad Salts la Inexpensive and can- j
not Injure; makes a delightful effer
vescent lithia-water drink which all j
regular meat eaters should take now
and then to keep the kidneys clean j
and the blood pure, thereby avoiding
serious kidneys complications.
Dr. Lynn K. Blakeslee
Toronto and Narvoua Disease ana
of Women. X-Ray JT.o-
HI da.. Room 11, Phone 1
DR. H. H. HATTERY
PhTWIr-lnn and Knrgeon
American National Hank HtriMing
Office phorf Pes. pbone 1(7
the internal gear drive is the basis of several excel
lent makes of rear axle. The excellence of this form
of power transmission is recognized almost universal
ly by automotive engineers ; and its widespread en
dorsement by truck users is evidenced by the pre
ponderence of internal gear driven trucks.
The second feature is exclusive in Torbensen
Drive patented impossible of imitation or im
provement. A forged-steel I-Beam carries all the
load. No other drive can have a forged-steel IlBeam
load carrier with a patente6 shoulder engagement
for maintaining practically perfect, permanent align
ment of the load-carrying and driving parts.
This construction has made Torbensen Drive
strong and long-lasting. And at the same time it has
reduced its weight to about half that of ordinary rear
axle drives. This strong, liffhtweight construction
makes Torbensen Drive save gas, oil and repairs, and
increases rear-tire mileage about twenty per cent.
Torbensen Drive has stood the test of seventeen
years' hard work. Throughout this period its basic
design has remained unchanged and unchanging
except for logical improvements in details.
This adherence to a fixed mechanical principle,
and to an advanced form of its application, has re
sulted in a seasoned, thoroughly established rear
axle drive for motor trucks.
Use the Torbensen Rear-Axle
Pendleton Auto Co.
Sturgis ft Storie
Pendleton, Ore. Walla Walla, Wash.
THE SATISFACTION THAT COMES FROM OWN
ING AND DRIVING A GOOD CAR IS BEST
KNOWN TO THE OWNERS OF A
Umatilla Auto Co.
809 Garden Street Phone 417
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