HNM IIUliliRTIN, IlKNI), OHKOON, Til MUSI) AY, JANVAUY 17, 1IM8 You Like Tobacco; So Do The Sammies Over In France E. M. THOMPSON NOVEL PENALTY rAGRS 0 15 rUUCHASKS HKAIi KSTATK AND APAUTMKNT HOUHK IX HAST INGS ADDITION FltOM 8. Mil HAKAKI FOR 913,000. (From Friday's Daily.) "What rcprcsonts ono of tho largest realty deals of tho winter was mado public today when E. M. Thompson announced tho purchase of all ot tho holdings ot S. Murasakl In Hastings and Larch additions Tor a considera tion of $15,000. Tho salo was com pleted on January 1, but Information concerning It was withhold until both men could adjust their business to tho change Tho largest single plcco of proper ty concerned In tho transfer Is a building containing six four-room apartments. With It also goes a mod ern five-room cottage, In which Mr. Murasakl has made his home, a small etoro building adjoining it and 23 unsold lots In tho two additions. Thirteen lots being purchased under contracts are also Included In the ex change. In tho spring, Mr. Thompson Is contemplating the erection ot several small cottages on tho vacant lots and will probably dispose of tho remain ing ones. For tho present, however, ho will contlnuo in the music bus iness. Mr, Murasakl will leave shortly for Portland, where he will remain a week beforo taking his family to Seattlo for a visit. In April ho ex pects to return and enter the llvo stock business as a broker, with head quarters in Hend. He will also con tlnuo to have an Interest In local real estate. In September W. P. Downing con templated purchasing tho property but later changed his plans. HOY WHO IMiHADS GUIITY TO DKSKfllATIXn TIIK KI.AU, UK Ql'IHKD TO I'L'UCHAHK TIUUFT STAMPS KACH WKtiK. (From Thursday's Dally.) So lone as ho buys a dollar's worth ot thrift stamps ' weekly, Clarence Stotnkopf, ot Hcdmond, who pleaded guilty yesterday afternoon to a charge ot desecrating tho United States flag, will havo his sentence suspended. Ho has promised to buy four stamps a week for tho duration of tho war. Stclnkopt, a 19-year-old boy, drew a German helmet with tho word "Doutchland" written across, on a small American flag which hung near whero ho worked In tho K ml mo ml warehouse. When brought beforo Judgo J. A. Kastes In tho local court yesterday afternoon, he admitted tho offense, but Insisted that ho did not realize Its gravity, saying that ho had dnno tho thing to anger ono of tho men with whom ho worked. After n thorough examination ho satisfied tho court that ho was not a German sympathizer and his flue of $100 was suspended on condition that ho pur chase tho war stamps weekly. Ho Is also to buy a new flag tor tho warehouse. Tho lad made his first stamp pur- chaso before returning to Hcdmond Perhaps tho appreciation ot hoI dlors for smokes si'iit thorn from this country could ho no bettor expressed than In tho poem printed bulow. Have you sont In your quarter yet to pur chnso n tobacco k'.l for some Sammy somowhoro In Franco? You send thn money and Tho Hullotln does tho rest. Tho poem referred to roads ns fol lows: When tho cold Is making Ico cream of tho marrow of your bones, When you're shaking llko n Jelly nnd and your foet are dead as stones. When your clothes and boots are blankets, and your rlflo and your I kit, Are soaked trom iicii to urcnKiuM, and tho dugout where you sit Is leaking llko n basket, and upon tho muddy floor Tho water lies In filthy pools, six Inchon deep or more; Tho' lite seems cold and mls-rablo nnd all tho world Is wit. You'll always get thro' somehow It you'vo got n cigarette. When ynu'ro lying tu n listening post way out beyond tho wire, While a blasted Hun, behind a gun, Is doing rapid fire; When tho bullets whlno about your head, and sputter on tho ground, When your eyes aro strained for ev'ry move, your ears on every sound: You'd bet your life a Hun patrol Is prowling somowhoro near A shiver runs along your splno that's very much like fear; You'll stick It to the finish hut, I'll make a little bet, You'll feel a whole lot better If you have n cigarette. When Fritz Is starting something and his guns are an the bust, When the parapet goes up in chunks last evening and will report to tho and settles down In dust, n is MADE CHAIRMAN C. H. IIUDSOX, OF KIIIST NATION AL, APPOIXTKI) AS HEAD OF ASSOCIATION' AG KICUhTL'IU h committkk. court through Guy Dobson, ot tho Hcdmond Hand of Commerce, weekly. JUNIOR RED CROSS WORK IS OUTLINED Manual or War Itrllcf Activities For Schools Is Itccclvctl Hero Tills Morning. (From Tuesday's Dally.) A manual of war relief activities for schools has boen received by When the roly-poly "rum-Jar" comes, n-wobbllng thro' tho air, 'Til It lauds upon a dugout and the dugout Isn't there; When tho nlr Is full of dust nnd smoke, and scraps ot steel and noise, And you think you re booked for When your norves are all u-treinble, and your brain Ih all n-frot- It Isn't half so hopelusH It you'vo got n cigarette. When you're waiting for tho whlwtlo and your foot Is on tho atop, You bluff yourself, K'h lots ot tun, and all tho time you're 'hep' To tho fact that you may stop ono 'foro you've itono a dimm foot, And you wonder what It feels like, and you thoughts uro far from sweet: Thou you think about a little grave with H. I. P. ou top, And you know you've got to go across V altho' you'd llko to stop; And your backbone's limp as water, and you're bathed In Icy sweat, Why, you'll feel a lot more cheerful It you puff your cigarette. Then, when you slop n good one, nnd tho stretcher bearers como And patch you up with strlii'gs and splints, and bandages, and gums; When you think you've got a million wounds and titty thousand breaks, Ami your body Just a blasted sack packed full of pains nnd aches; Then you feel you'vo reached tho fin ish, and you're sure your number's up, And you foul us weak as Helglan beer, and helpless as a pup Hut you know that you're not down ami out, that life's worth living yet, When some old war-wise lied Cross guy slips you u cigarette Wo can do without MarCouachles, and Ilully and hard tark, When Fritz' curtain flro keeps the ration parties back; Wo can do without our greatcoats, and our socks, and shirts, and shoes, We might almost tho'l doubt It got along without our booze; Wo can do without "K ft. & O," and "Military Law." Wo can beat thn ancient Israelites at making bricks, sans straw; Wo can do without a lot of thing and still win out, you bet, Kohlon crown and othor hwivcIy,Hut I'd hnto to think of noldtvrlnj; JUVH. VtlUIUlll U CIKUrtHUT CHRISTIAN CHURCH OPENED YESTERDAY (From Monday's Dally.) Tho now Christian church was op- County School Superintendent J. Al- onetl yesterday at tho morning sor- -I. the Junior Red Cross In Deschutes county. Many ot tho suggestions contained in tho book are to be car ried out hero as soon as branches an bo organized In each district. Some have already bogun work, but never have had any assistance from an outline of a systematized plan, such as is now on hand. In tho book full directions aro giv en for making hospital supplies, con valescent garments, pleasure devices (From Monday's Dallv.1 ..--..,,. ...... .-. .. Nnilm that h Jinn hfn nnimlnJiwJ 'Kces. The children s organizations . ,., from Lebanon to take tho pulpit In Ilend and will muko his homo here. Tho now church, an attractive bunga low on Newport avenue, Is nearly complete. Its erection was the out growth of a number of Sunday meet ings hold by members of tho Chris tian church In school buildings nnd other available vacant rooms In tho city. ANOTHER RED CROSS DRIVE COMING SOON (From Friday's Dally.) That the lied Cross may make a drlvo to raise ono of two hundred million dollars In February, Is tho statement of C. C. Chapman to II. A. Miller, chairman of tho recent Hod Cross membership drive. In a letter received by Mr. Miller this week. Mr. Chapman urges that -the cam paign will bo kept Intact for a "real Job." Definite announcement of tho drlvo will bo mado on tho return of Harvey Mndley, northwest division chairman of Die Hed Cross, from his present trip to Washington. Economize Wisely -A Maxwell Car Will Help , Waste is often committed when tho in tcntton is to economize. A Maxwell car, famous for its economy, will cost you only a few dollars a month to operate and maintain. Which is the real economy: (1) To use the car and save time, strength, and mental vigor? (2) To 'do without the car, lose time in your buI nets, lose the health gained from motoring, and worry yourself into illness? Use of a Maxwell car will give you self confidence. Your neighbors and associates will get mental inspiration from you. As wave circles widen when a pebble hits the water, so will your good example bene fit your entire community. Save yes; but do it sensibly, and let the Maxwell help. Touting Cat $745; HoaJiUr $745'. llllnt$IOtJ5 St dan Willi wire tvhtth $1195. R O. U. fkttoit Universal Garage UENO. OKKCON ,' chairman ot the agricultural commlt teo of tho Oregon State Bankers' As sociation has Just been received by C. S. Hudson, president of the First National Hank of liend. The appoint Tnent has been made by J. W. Cuslck, president of the association, and the othor members ot tho committee aro Emery OlmMead, vice-president of the Northwestern Xatlonal Dank, of Portland; H. A. Iilanchard, of tho Livestock Stato Dank, of North Port land, and C. D. Koher, of tho Dank of Commerce, Eugene. In view of tho unusual effort being mado at tho present time by govern mental and other agencies to Increase livestock production and to add to tho food suppllos of the country through the farms tho agricultural commlttoo is one of the most import ant of thoso acting for tho associa tion. Mr. Hudson's appointment as chair man of tho commltteo is looked upon as a recognition of the efforts he has made during tho past nine years along agricultural and livestock lines. He was tho first banker In Oregon to placo hogs and cattlo on farms on easy terms and has been of material assistance in 'tho agricultural devel opment of this section. Mr. Hudson expects to call a meet Jug of tho commltteo In Portland at an early date to decide on a definite program for tho committee. will not tako up tho work ot manufac turing articles for wear In the trenches. Each grade will do the kind of ('HANOI: STHKirr.S XAMIJ. (Ftom Saturday's Dally.) improvement or Fir avenue was completed tills nvonn. The streot has been straightened nnd rocks re moved. Dy doing this the way to tho ill'linl him liooil nuulit mi lilnrV iihnrl. i AM.t.. nlllli.l.1n .n I. ft.. .! ... - I ..b .... k ...uim, ..,;,., Th0 avonuo W!, hereafter for Instance, wl wind yarn, sw but , known a K MmU tons and help prepare trench kttt bo while tho older ones do more d fii cult handiwork. For farm land loazs see J. Hyan i c : 1 1 hciiooIi wins. (From Saturday's Dally.) An exciting basketball game took placo yesterday afternoon on tho grounds of tho Hold school, when tho grammar school youngsters met the second team from Heud high. The Held team carried off thn victory with n score of 7 to fi. Cecil Sum tiers Is captain of thn Held team and Cordon Dutt of tho high school boys. MA "V9A FARMERS TELEPHONE COMPANY ELECTS (From Saturday's Dally.) TUMALO, Jan. 12. At the annual meeting of the Farmers' National Telophono Company, held here on Thursday, directors wore elected as follows: For ono year term, F. V. Swisher, C. II. Spaugh and A. J. Har tor; two year term, J. M. Griffin and V. E. Dayton, At the directors' meet ing, F. V. Swisher was elected pres ident, F. E. Dayton, secretary, and A. J. Ilurter, treasurer-manager. The manager's report for the year past uhowe,d tho company to be In good financial condition. A growing de mand for servlco was reported. The Food Administration does not ask you to stop trying: todds oi oils in the place of butter, to use vegetable lard and suet. w ONE PINT ft IS... ij.,' i.i""i O i ,.-" '"tin Hi: TF the housewife had been asked to reduce the use of these products a few years ao we would have been forced lo give up many of the delicious sauted and fried dishes for which America is famous. Today high prices of animal fats and the necessity for conservation do not worry the housewife because she knows that she has 'Mazola, the pure oil from American corn, to depend on in deep frying, saute ing and shortening. . In Mazola she ha3 found the ideal cooking medium it reaches cooking heat long before it smokes. Mazola can be used over and over again as it does not transmit taste or odor from one food to another, even in the case of fish of onions a great force for economy. Also it makes exceptionally delicious salad dreasincs there is no need to fear the rising prices or uncertain supply of olive oils. Mazola is sold in pint, quart, half-gallon and gallon tins (the large sizes arc most economical). Get a can from your grocer and ask him for a copy of tne tree tviazoia uoolc or Kecipcs or write us direct. Ytui iwiiif icluiid.d II lluoU 4ki not (lc nlli Hilifxiloa, CORN PRODUCTS REFINING COMPANY 17 IJattcry 1'Jacc, New York FIFTEEN-YEAR-OLD GIRLS LEAVE HOME llruliili llnnliier nnd (irrtrudo Win ter HtopMil In Portland lly Khrrlff. (From .Monday's Dally.) Two Ilend Klrls, lloulah Mutilator and (iurirudn Winters, ran away from homo last ilK"t nnd were stopped this mnruliiK In Portland, according to a wire received by Sheriff Huberts from Sheriff Hurlhurt, ot Multnomah county. Tho Klrls aro but IS years of ago. No reason Is kIvoii for thnlr hasty departure. The matter first camo to the atten tion of tho officers last nlclit when A. i:. Mutilator, father of one of tliu Klrls, tried to prevent them from pur chnslUK tickets to thu o!ty. Ills daughter got away, however, and ho requested the sheriff to tako some means of stoppuiK nor. Sheriff Hurlhurt was unablu to Kot to tho train In time to moot them In Port land hut ho later picked the Klrls up on tho street. Mr. Ilaulster will Co down tonlKht after them. Mr. and Mrs. (loorKo Winters aro tho par ents of tho othor runaway. ERIC IJOLT TELLS OF UEND MEN AT CAMP LOST A cow. Find her In Tho Ilullotln want ads. (From Saturday's Dally.) Eric Holt, of tho V M. C. A. head quarter at Vancouver Ilarracks, Mho is In Ilend for several days, brlmc news of several local men now at tho barracks. Harold Shumway Is with the nipd Ical division at Vancouver nnd Henry N. Fowir, formerly of Tho llullettu staff, has churn" of a ward In th base hospital, lit) Ih iiIdo workltiK on the lit t lo niiwspapsr put out In camp, known as the Post Hklrtulsher. Mr. Holt has complete charit ot (ho Y, M ('. A. work at the barrackt. lie has oxpoctcd to tin transferred to Franco and at ono time hail trans portation east kIvoii him. ThU ttait cuucolod Just beforo im was reader to leave. " KomethltiK to sell? Advertlso Tho Ilullntln's clatisifled column. In Wni" lYHIiig , Hun Down. Uiuls Uusknor, Homorsot, V.t . writes: "I wiih feollni; all run down; tired, with pulns In my back. Attxr takltiK Foley Kidney Pills I felt lllc a new man." Ilackachn, rlinuiimUe pains, stiff JolntH, soro musolei. swollen ankles, and Hlcop-dlsturhluK bladder ullmeuts yield quickly to tin tlmo-trled remedy. Hold uvorywhori. Adv. Four chairs nt yotrr service nt tho MetrniiolltHii. No wattliiK. Adr. nitiU'Atsfi APURt JALAD AMD COOKING, Oil. I? til) 2 . N cgjaggggRgjgjgffl StIUsi RtprctnUUtM Johnson, Liebcr Company rcrtlmd, 0rgoa THE PORTLAND HOTEL PORTLAND, OREGON The Rose City's world-fumed hotel, oceii-' pying uii entire block. All Outside rooms. Superior dining and grill ser vice. An atmosphere of refinement, - with u service of eotirtsey. - European Plan; $1.J0 and Up RICHARD W. GUILDS, Manager ' HUFFSCHMIDT-DUGAN IRON WORKS Manufacturers of Iron, Bronze and Semi-Steel Caitinii for Power Tranmi'sion Machinery! Wood Pipe Fitting, Grate Bars, Agricultural, Mining and Saw Mill Machinery, Ornament al and Structural Iron. WE ARE PREPARED TO RUSH YOUR ORDERS ON REPLACEMENTS FOR BROK EN CASTINGS ON ALL KINDS OF FARM MA CHINERY. BEND, OREGON. i See J. Ryan & Co., for farm land Joans. Adv.