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IlKNI) IH.'LLKTIN, HUM), OKIXJON. Tlfl'IWDAY, DKCKMIIKH 20, 10IB
TUIKUTK IS PAID
MRS. 1IAK0LI) SMITH
ivifiiiN T(-n Htory f uro f I'npu
Ina lleinl Wiiiiiiiii Who
Thn folltiw'liitl conoiirillni: Him llfu
uf Mrs. llnrtHtl Hinllh, whoso ilmilli
occurred lust wcok, lit 'uiilrlbultid by
frliitnlii In llciiil:
On Hundiiy Inn!, Docniuhur 10,
1U1H, wiirn hold tliu fuiiiirul services
of AiikoIIiih VoiitiK Hirilth, wlfu of
Harold H. flinltli, who Ih miiiloyi'il
In (Ihi U. H, Koriiittry servlco hum.
Hliu him lull to mourn luir, besides
hor hmthuiid anil hiiiiiII tluUKhlnr,
Limine, luir piiri'iilii, Mr. ami Mrs. J.
l- YotiiiK, of lloinl; tltriMi ulsters,
Mm. Hiirman Meyer, of ilcrlbunr,
Noli.; Mrs. Hpor, of Krnmonl, Nob.,
mid Mm. Unitllinrt, Of Hpokttnn,
WiihIi.j two brothera, Ditlmor, now
stationed at Maro iHlaml Naval Hlu
(Ion anil Howard, who Ih now at a
Navy Aoro Million In Irulnml.
AiikoIIiiu Youiik. or Anglo, an sho
wan morn fnmllliiiily called, wan a
iiatlvn of Hooper, Nob., horn thoru
on October 20, I8U3, hut most of hor
early llfu was spent In Fremont,
Noh whuru hIiu obtained much of
hor schooling. Coinlui: to Iluinl at
thu u,n of 17 nhu Immediately took
up hur studio In thu High school,
whuru Mho hooii gained recognition
iimoiiK teachers anil stildonlii an an
ciitliimiiiMtla mid ardent worker as
wull an thu pomttmitor of n hrllllaut
Hint graduati-d In 1910 with (tin
distinction of being thu only mom
hur of hur class. Later, sho nltnuil
ml tint t'ulvurtilty of Oregon. 'n-f
nhu beenunt a mitmbor of thu Dulta
(lainma (iiimiim Hororlty. Aftor
flvtt sticcosstul yearn of teaching,
thruu years In llwnd mill two yimrs
In Wuscn, Ore, hIiu Iiuchiiih thu wlfu
of 1'orest Hanger Marnhl IS Miiilth
Thu Ihrt'tt Hhort yuan of a happy
marrli'i! llfu went passed ut Pine
Motiutaln Itnugor station.
Hunt nhu showi-d ii womlurful
ailaptahlllty, entering cherfully, with
nnvur a word of discontent, thu pio
neer llfu, oflun louuly ami full of
hardship Iluru, loo, her huauty
loving niitiiru mailu hur appreciate
to thi'lr fullt'Ht thu womW of the
motintaliiM anil thu grandeur of tin
iiNt ami Hllunt li-ert. In truth nhu
seemed to aciUlru from thu -very big
ness of hur HurroutiilluKn n corres
ponding greatness of until. These
words of Wordsworth, Anr.lr made,
hy Imr vury llfu, hur own:
'Tor I Iiiivii lonrnwl
To look on tiaturu, not an In thf hour
Of Ihoughtlrs youth; hut hearing
Thu ntlll, nail untitle of humanity,
Nor (ninth, nor grating, tho of ample
To chitMtim and subdutt. Am! I have
A iirtwuiiof) tliHt tlbtturhw in with
Of elevated tko'ts; a m sunshine.
Of MituiulhltiK for ninn damply Intur-
Whose, dwelling Ih thu light of ti
And thu round ocunti and the living
Ami thu hluu ally, and In tho mind
of man; '
A motion ami a spirit that Impels
All thinking things, nil ubJuctH of
And rolls through nil things."
For hur Htnall daughter, Lorono,
ami hur htiHhaml, nhu showed a won
dorful nffuctlon. Anglo wan over
truthful and kind; sunshiny and full
of kooiI cheer.
"Hint Ih not timid, aim Ih Just away.
Willi a chuury Hindu and a wavu of
film him wuudursd Into tho unknown
And luft iih druamliiK how vury fair
It needs iniiHt ho, hIiicu hIiu lliiKurx
REG. U. S. PAT. OFF.
Wliy accept an in
ferior Army Shoe
when you can pet
the standard article
at the same price or
less? Ask for the
Shoe an J get uluit
you ask for.
Then you're sure
to be satisfied i
Look for tltt name
stamped on tho solo
of every Shoo for our
II not olitnltmlilc from your dealer, tend name ml
.MA.IOIUTV OK HOIiDIKIlH NOW AT
ritONT Wll.l IIH HI'H.NIH.VU
TIIHIIt I'lltHT CIIHIKT.MAH IN
(11 Ilnllfcl I'froa lo'ltix Ilotnl Hullflln,)
Hy I'rutl H. 1'VrKiinnu,
lAUIH, Di'O. 83. Kor moiit of tint
Amnrloati ilotiKhhoyH, thin will ho
llntlr riritl Clirlntiiiim In Kuropu. It
can now ho Htatud that thttro wuru
only two Amurlcaii dlvlnloiiH In thu
irnlnlni: arua hint ChrlntmiiH.
TIiouhiuiiIh of packaKUH from
Amurlcu roaclifd Francti durlnc tint
imitt -wcok, anil wuru hurrk-d to thu
GALLIC!) IJY DEATH
J. I). HtilltT HtK'tiiinliH AfCi-r llrluf
I'ncumoiihi Attack I'lincrttl
Hut for Tomorrinv,
(From Tliurnilny'R Dally.
Aflur an lllnmm of nuarly two
wt-ukH. J. I) llutlur, proprlutor of tho
Itt-dmoutl I'harmacy, tlli'd lant night
at IiIh homu, piiuumnula, following
an nttnek of lufluuiua, huliii: kIvuii at.
thu cttUHo of tlt-ath. I'uuural MttrvlcuH
will lj hold tomorrow afturuooii In
tint Itmlmoiitl rnwhyturlau church.
Mr. llutlur In nurvlvud by hU wlfu
ami two hlldron.
Hi- unt. a mumhur of thu KlkH'
IN AN AIR ACCIDENT
(lljf UnlW-1 Prr. lTb IWlvl Jlullelln.)
PA HIS, Doc. 2.1. Oonnnil
Ithndt-n, huatl of thu Anit-rlcnn
armUtlcu commlNHlon, wan nu-
vuruly Injured today In an air-
iilano accident In thu ouUiklrU
of I'nrln. HIh pilot, Lieutenant
Olltlrr. wan killed. .
Thu mnchlnu collnpAt-tl Juitt
iih It renchm! thu oiitnklrlH of
1'arln on n trip from Truvt-n.
I'nln Kept 111m AtMtku MkIiIm.
J. W. IVck, noraopolln, la., wrltun;
"I niifrered turrlbltt pain; umihltt to
lie down at nlnht. Trlt-tl thn-u dlf
furitut doctor. Thruu woukn ao
Iiokiiii taking Kolt-y Kidney IMIla;
Ituprovumunt In my condition 1
runlly womlurful." tTnu Kolt-y Kid
nuy I'llln for kldnuyH. hlnddur
troiihlu. hncknt'hu. rhouniatlnui. Sold
The New J
Suction Feed I
COM); IN AND
Builc sturdy and
and others in
every walk of life
$7.00 to $8.00
Little New In W rlt.ro.
Thu iinu or attpliyxhitliiK Kan lit a
vt-ry iinck-nt tlcvlt-i-, Kinokltii; out tho
t'lii-iiiy wan iniu of thu n-Kiilnr imini-ii
vitm of war In iintluully, Kiiy Iho Hol
Millie Monthly. I'olyhhm relalen that
al the hIi'ku of Amliratht hy the !(')
run ttH untlcr Miirltm FiiIvIiih Nohllor
(II, U. 1811) thu At-lollantt lllled Jnrtt
wild fciithiTM. which they net on lire,
hlowliiK tin ttinoku with hellowri Into
thu ftiiuH of thu Itttuiaim In tint conn
leriiilni-H, A I thu cn-at iiavnl Imttlu
fotiKhl In thu wit tern of I'onr.a Ixtweeu
Alfuntto of Arintou and Ocnoa In M.'l.r
the (leiiiM'Hi) 'iirrled vetutelH filled wllh
(pilcklluiu and redliot rlndcr. thu
Ninokn from which watt l!ottt hy thu
wind iikiiImnI thu enemy. I-ioiiiirdo tin
Vinci, who iiiiioiik Id" inntiy other tic
coiiiiillithiiientH wiih a notahtu military
engineer, MtiKKeittiil the tutu of jtolKoti
ohm powderH, Htirh nn yellow arHt-nlc
null verdlk'rlt, to he thrown from thu
toimatitH of tdilptt no nil to choke thu
enemy. TIiIh fonmil n part of tho
war InitlructlouH Klveu hy t.eonnrdo to
thu repulille of Venice In HP!), when
tin; TurkM hail iiiituied the liumvt and
threatened Ht. Mark'H.
To Renew Land'e Fertility.
In the Kan l.uU valley of Colorado
there In nn area fnttn 100,000 to M)0,
WW ncrett which linn nlrnoHt completely
been ileprlvetl of fertility III a wenv
Irik'ly myxterlttiiH manner. Tliltt condi
tion hint heen IuvchIIkhIi-iI hy Dr. W. I'.
Headdeieof the Colorado nRrlctiltural
exierliiieut Mtntlon, nnil ho nttrlhuteti
IhU condlllon to the no-cnlled "black
alkali," coiiiimmimI InrRely of wmIIuiii
earhonnte. TIiIh nirhonnte Itt mrrletl
In the watent of thu valley, tntltidlin;
the rlverw anil thu nrtejtlan wi-Hh, nntl
thu iractlcu of mihlrrlKntlou hatt
hrotiKhl It to thu Htirface hy capillarity
nntl evnjionitltin. Doctor Ilendden
tniKKentM that the remedy Hen In n
contention of thu rnrboniitifi Into ful
iliaten hy thu life of a liberal amount
of Kypxnm to one ponntl of black al
kali and downward wnnlilnK by tneaiiH
of Hiirface Irrlcntlon with furrowa or
FLYERS THEIR ESPECIAL CARE
Corp of Doctort and Trainers to Look
After the Aviators In This Coun
try and Abroad.
for tin; cart! anil condltlonlnc of
lljeni In the nlr wrvlcu tbe L'nlted
HtnleH Kovernuient It now niipolntlnc
a corpH of tloctorn and tnilnern Inrei
eiioui:h to eup nirti tralulnc Held and
camp for flyer, both here In the Unit
ed State and In France, with a proper
orciinUntlmi. The doctor will be
known a flight MirKeun nntl the train
er a phyelml tlln-etor. Tlte inttllciil
branch of the nlr mtvIcc I not alone
cunllued to the m-levllon of the flyer,
but to hi care and condition sifter he
ha been ndmlttcd to the MTvlee. It
hit become apparent thnt the flyer I
unlike other oldlcr. comment Sci
ence. In the nlr nervier In? ha become
nn Intricate, highly nenlthetl ph-cr of
niechaulnm with trouble all hi own.
To keep hi complex orpinltn tlijil
cully lit n kh-cIUI tnnnter tneohsinlchnd
to be provltletl nolely for him.
The HlKht Mirgeon, therefore, m
been kIvi-ii frettlom of Independent
Initiative In all question of lltnest of
the llyer. Subject to the itpprovtil of
the eumniHUtllne oflleer. he I cxn'ctel
to liiKtllnte ueh niennure a iierltals
of rut, recreation nntl temporary ex
eup from duty a may neem ail liable.
He take nick call of aviator, he
vlnllH ntieh rane u may be In the lu
pllal nntl coiivuli with the attemPm;
nurKeun ri-Karilliii: them, lie make
I he exauilualloii of randlilate fo
avlatliin ami live In clo-i; touch with
The phy-lcnl tllrector are nn-dntnnt
lo the lllitht ntirKenu nntl their tluty
I to nupervlnu nucli recrentlen and
physical tniluliiK of thu llyer a tiro
Famous Gifts to the Public.
Revcra! of thu most highly admired
hulldlUKH and most ImpoMni; ruins In
lloiue tiro actually gifts mnilu to the
public by ancient citizen. Out of
them all I may cltu the I'autheon. thnt
marvelous I'autheon, which wu all
ntlll ndmtro In thu heart of Home, the
monument which Mantis deathles
while thu Htream of ages flows hy.
Thl wan constructed hy Agrlppu, tho
friend of Auguittus, at bin own expense
ami can be compared In this respect
to t'arnegtu hull In New York. Agrlp
pu built the ranUieon from the saino
notions of civic teal that Impelled
t'arneglo to endow Now York with his
great hall. Ana mo two innuiimenis
built by thu pergonal muulllceucu of
two tiltruwealthy cltlneus, with an In
terval of SO centuries between them,
express tho sumo dcalro to extend to
thu wholo people n tdiuro In the cn
Joyment of tho donor's private fortune.
11. C. Korbes, In llostou News llu
rcuu. Move Czar's Body Again.
A new chapter to the travels of the
(tend has been added hy the exhuma
tion and reinterment of lho body of
the former Emperor Nicholas. Na
poleon's remains lay for nearly twen
ty years In St. Holeim before removal
to the Invalliles. The body of Hameses
tho Gn-ut lies In Cairo, his heart In
Paris. Christopher Columbus, dead,
hns traveled nlmost ns far as the
great voyager traveled when living.
DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this
Blip, oncloso with 5o to Foloy & Co.,
283G Shofllold Avo unicoo, lit,,
writing your nmua nnd address dour
ly. You will rocolvo In return n trial
naokairo containing iFoloy'a Honoy
mid Tar Compound, for coughB, colds
and croup, Foloy Kidney Pills and
Foloy Catlmrtlo Tuuioifl, BQIU ovory
FAMOUS MEN OF GHEEM ISLE
Country Has Few More Picturesque
Figures Than the Three Widely
Known Mylcs Orothers.
Meiil. Col. Mr Thointm Jlylen, M. D,
heller known it Sir Tom My leu
who Iiiih been In America on u Mrltlnli
medical mlnnlon, Is one of thu utottt
pleturetitpii- (Igure In Irhdi life. A
iiiedleal ntudenlH In Trinity college,
Dublin, the three Myle hrotherx weru
fiiniou for their encounter wllh mem
ber of tin; "hen vj weight" ill vision of
thu Metropolitan (tollce. It lined to ho
nnld of thu Myle brothers, that, If
they found It uecennary to heat up tho
Dublin "fluent" at night, they wero
equally nnnliluoun In patching them up
In thu morning. So there was no hard
feeling on either side.
Sir Thomns wan knighted In 1002
when ho was president of tho College,
of Surgeons In Ireland. It was its
hnunu surgeon In Steven' hospital
that he made the flmt examination of
the bodies of Iturkc am) Cavendish,
lho victims of the famous I'hoenlx
park murder. Thu strange thing was
that, nt the moment, neither Sir
Thomas nor thu (toilet: knew that one
of thu bodies wits that uf the chief sec
retary, ami the other that of Uie under
M-cretary for Ireland.
It Is a habit of the Myles family
to lt over nix feet In height, and
with shoulders and lists In proportion.
In thu Zulu war one of the chiefs was
run to earth In his kraal hy the Ilrltlsh,
who wished to nipt ti re him nllve. Vol
unteers were nnked for and Sir
Thomas' brother John undertook tho
tank. He crnwled through the long
covered entrance ami rntne out ten
minutes later, dragging thu kicking
potentate behind him by the scruff of
CITY LOVED BY FRENCHMEN
Country's Glory Indlssolubly Con.
nected With Reims, Especially Its
Old and Marvelous Cathedral.
If citations of Metz have especially
Interested American rentiers, refer
ences to Helms have appealed most
to the Trench themselves. For Helm
I very dear to them for historic, for
patriotic, for religious, nntl for liter
ary reason. Nothing, perhaps, has
rejoiced our French nllles more than
the fact that the tlrrmnns have never
Iteen able to take Helms, however close
they have come to It.
It In the damage that has been done
to the glorious cathedral of Helms thnt
constitutes one of tho greatest artlntle
tragedies of the wur. Here, In this
magnificent ciithednil, tho kings of Im
perial France were crowned. Hero
Joan of Arc led Charles ATI 1o his cor
onationthe sainted Jonn who freed
Helms fnnn Its enemies.
One of the grent pieces of news
from the western front wns to the ef
fect that Helms had been finally and
definitely cleared from the menace of
the Cermnn guns.
Armor Agln In Use.
An nnclent calling Is ngnln very
much alive. The armorer I at work
turning out armor fur fighting men;
nntl. In n mot dlntlnguNhed case, the
chief armorer of the Metropolitan Mu
seum of Fine Arts. New York, Dan
iel TurliHiix. !m been working for
modern warrior with the very ham
mer and anvils that onee were ucil In
armoring their medieval forerunner.
To be sure, armor nowadays Is not so
cumbersome that when the wearer la
upet he ha to lie flut on hi hack
until somebody kindly stands him up
again; hut It has turned out that, for
practical purpnes, modem di-Mgn ndds
nothing to the pmtcctlvc detail of the
separate pieces of old-time armor.
A machine no gigantic that the curv
ature of the earth's surface had to be
taken Into consideration In Its con
ntmctlon, Is being built for the Unit
ed Stnte army ns part of the program
for the "salvage" of war wante, says
World's Work. It Is a huge planer,
TOO feet long, which Is to be used In
the manufacture of gigantic hit lies,
which In turn are for use In the enor
mous "rellnlng" plant which the ord
nance department Is building ln
War ami the Industries made neces-
i nary by wnr have had the effect of
I depleting the fctudcut bodies of English
unlverhltlcs to an extent that will bo
serious this year. At thu University
of Illrmliighnm, one of the most mod
ern nntl progressive seats of learning In
Hrltnlu, where scientific training Is a
specialty, all the graduates who re
ceived Iho degree of bachelor of set
once this year were women.
English Golfing Statistics.
Englishmen, when their attention la
not occupied by wnr, make use of 10.1.
000 ncres of Imul for the purposes of
golf playing. There nro S.OOO organi
zation, with nearly .'tOO.000 members,
and itbttut T.'-'OO.OOO bulls nro nmdo us
To Guide Workers In Mines.
Tho United States bureau of mines
has had souio of Its olllelals working
for three years on n set of rules to
suggest for uso where electricity Is
used In mines, nnd the work hns been
published for circulation among those
Utilizing an Antipathy.
"Which are you goln' to do?" asked
Meandering Mike, "work or fight?"
"I'm goln' to start In," answered
Plodding Pete, "by workln' a little.
Pat nlvn'8 makes mo feel like tlghtlu',"
FOOD BAN LIFTED
Wr UnlM IVm Ui Tho nn! Ilull.lln.)
WASHINGTON, I). C, Dec. 23.
All food restriction on public eat
ing places woro declared off today
by thu food administration.
BEND ROYAL ARCH
C. Otirrlnou Installed iih High
Prlett of I.ocnl Masonic
(From Thursday's Dally.)
Now officers elected and Installed
hy thu Ilcnd Iloyal Arch Masons,
were announced today an follows:
Paul C. Garrison, High priest; J.
C. Rhodes, king; L. A. Nixon, scrlho;
Clydo M. McKay, captain of the host;
A. F. Larson, treasurer; August An
derson, secretary; W. T. Mullarky,
principal sojourner; J. Alton Thomp
son, Uoynl Arch captain; F. T. Par
ker, master of tho first veil; J. L.
Galther, master of the second veil;
W. D, Homes, master of the third
veil; W. R. Speck, sentinel; II. D.
FORMER BEND MAN
DIES IN PORTLAND
Irel llnnnell, ex-Contractor Here,
Victim of Influenza Funeral
Held Vest r relay.
(From Friday's Dally.)
Funeral services were neld In
Portland yesterday for Fred Hunnoll,
formerly of this city, according to
word recolved hy friends here today.
Mr. Hunnoll died of Influenza on
Monday. Ho was 40 years of ago
when doath came, and had been
away from Hend for the patt four
years. Previous to that time, bo had
been a resident of this city for about
13 years. Ho was engaged In the
contracting business here.
Mr. Hunnoll Is survived by a
brother and sister in Uend, Will Hun
nell, and Mrs. L. A. Drandenburg,
nnd by n sister in the Clovcrdale sec
tion, Mrs. Van Meter.
HOW ANY GIRL CAN
HAVE PRETTY EYES
No girl Is pretty if her eyes are
red. strained or havo dark rings.
ONE WASH with puro Lavoptik eye
wash will brighten tho eyes and a
week's use will surprise you with Its
INCREDIULE results. A small
bottle Lavoptik often makes eyes
healthy, sparkling and vivacious.
The quick chango will please you.
Aluminum eye cup FREE. Tho Owl
Shoes for Red Service
OUIl SPECIALTY IS TO MAKE SHOES THAT
STAND THE TEST
J. E. TILT SHOE
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Roll of Honor
Tho following casualties amotiK
mutt from tho Northwestern states of
Oregon, Washington nnd Idaho nro
roported In tho list mndo public to
day: Killed In Action.
Aubrey P. Jones, Snlum, Ore.
Halph C, Lucy, Wnshlucnn, Wash.
Krnest D. Moonkhouso, Ln Grnndo,
Ward A. Reynolds, Scnttlo, Wash.
Won tilled Severely.
Georgo Uokn, Thltnn, Ida,
Clarence F. Fay, Mc.Mlnnovlllo,
Jura cs Manloy, Ronton, Wnsh.
Simon S, Slmonson, Illvcrton, Oro.
Frank H. Fostor, Fossil, Oro.
Rayflold J. Nicola, Emenclaw,
Salustalno, R. Sanchez, Easton,
Athanasios Pachcs, Seattle, Wash.
Wounded, Hegrif) Undetermined.
Albert H. Ley nor, Irving, Oro.
Edward F. Murphy, Montcsano,
Louis E. Isitt, Walla Walla, Wash.
Emil J. Klcnlon, Seattle, Wash.
Loon D. Osmor, St. Maries, Ida.
Dale V. Shaw, Tacoma, Wash.
Ray D. Watson, Pomeroy, Waah.
Albert Vcrn Pollom, Tacoma,
Leo A. Schlnzcl, Pont Falls, Ida.
Cpl. Loyal C. Knollln, Pocatello,
James Morrison, Cataldo, Ida.
C. E. Thompson, Rltzvlllo, Wash.
Robert E. iMorrow, Silver City,
Martin Lund, Stanwood, Wash.
Vernon W. Nelson, Galvln, Wash.
Andrew Amacher, Portland, Ore.
Marlus C. iMortonson, Seattlo,
Otto A. RIogcr, Portland, Ore.
Charles R. Rcnnakcr, Goldaborg.
SAFE, SAYS LANSING
PARIS, Dec. 23. Secretary of
Stato Lansing officially denied today
that the American peace delegation
had decided to advocate the sinking
of surrendered German warships. Ho
said tho proposition had not even
AMSTERDAM, Dec. 23. Tho
union of Montenegro and Serbia Is
officially proclaimed by the Monte
negrin parliament, a Ilelgrado dis
patch stated today.