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THE DALLES DAILY CHRONICS. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 1921.
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once more thrown open to
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thronged with visitors from
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than ever before in the last j
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of President Harding in mak- i
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adopted a touch-me-not pol
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chamber, has from time im-
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of all times of all the sen-
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sent to the senate and many
al offense has been mended
informal conferences betwe
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Room Cut Off. .
e marble room has, been cut
public use and big screens
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marble room and the senate
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president of the United States
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is in great contrast to the pe-
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were available to all of their
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invitations we.e distributed
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and by all means to visit the
Ituents are coming now in
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day and to try again to see the man
who wears the toga by his franchise. !
Underneath the screens there is a.
two-inch opening. By stooping low,
the constituents can see a procession
of masculine feet, moving back and
forth across the tile floor, but it is
difficult even for an intelligent and
observant constituent to identify his
senator by the shoes he may wear on
that particular day.
May Be In Office.
If the constituent is persistent and
is willing to stay over a day or two,
he may by good luck, find the sen
ator in his offices in the wldte mar
ble building erected at a cost of ?4,
000,000 from the taxpayers' hard-earned
money. If the senator has been
here a long time and Ms popular with
the leaders of the senate, hB may have
two offices, one in the senate office
"building and one in the capitol itself.
Such an arrangement makes more log
work for the constituent if he insists
on seeing his senator. Persistency on
his part may develop his time in
Washington to a merry-go-round, from
one office to another and then back to
the senate chamber. If the constitu
ent is successful, he gets a warm wel
come and a gracious reception, which
he has certainly earned for all the ef
forts he has made to see his represen
tatives in the upper house of congress.
, Isolation Wanted.
Senators claim they need the isola
tion in order to do their nvork. They
also claim they need the ventilation
that will come from throwing the sen
ate chamber and the marble room to
gether. Some hard-shelled critics say
that the move is to make the senate
more luxurious and more like an ex
clusive club. The nevr arrangement
is not popular with themen and worn-,
en who make the majorities back
home. Old timers in Washington say
that the reactionary and exclusive at
titude adopted by the new senate will
not last, and that if great care is not
taken speedily to discontinue such an
autocratic attitude, reprisals will be
made when a new set of senators and
a new congress are to be elected a
year from next November.
The senators, hardened by innu
merable campaigns and calloused by-
long years of service beneath tha
dome of the national capitol, when ac
cused of hiding from the common
people, merely shrugged their should-
ere and passed on.
DEATH TO HELPLE8SNESS
By United News
DENVER, Colo., April 27. Theo
dore Sawder, 45, world's champion
broncho buster, never saw a horse
ho was afraid of. But thought' of
spending the rest of his life a crip
ple crucified him. He took poison
Monday and is expected to die. Saw
der was crippled as the result of .1
fall from an outlaw horse some :imu
In order to make space for my
summer stock I will sell at 10 per
cent discount the few remaining
plain tailored and trimmed hats. Mrs.
Weaver, 302 Union street, opposite
postofflce. Telephone black 3171. M20
There's A Difference
If you've been a "ready made" man
In the past, be a "made to order man'
in the future. First class hand tailor
ed suits to measure, $35.00 and up. W
H. Webber, one block east of post
perature drives through leslslation
Until congress leaves, unless it be
comes Involved in endless debate
over the tariff, the president expects
to remain upon the job in Washington.
DRINK MORE WATER
IF KIDNEYS BOTHER
Eat Less Meat and Take Salts for
Backache and Bladder
HARDING IN FOR
LONG, HOT SUMMER
By United News
WASHINGTON, April 27. It looks
like a long hard and hot summer
in Washington' for President Hard
Despite the countless offers of
"summer white houses" tendered him
by solicitious friends from const to
coast, the president has. made no
plan for moving far from Washing
ton during the annual torrid spell.
Few of the party leaders believe
congress will finish its program bo-
fore September unless the high tern-
Uric acid in meat excites the kid
neys, they become overworked; get
sluggish, ache, and feel llko lumps
of lead. The urine becomes cloudy:
tho bladder is irritated, and you may
be obliged to seek relief two or three
times during the night. When the
kidneys clog you must help them
flush off the body's urinous waste
or you'll be a real sick porson short
ly. At first you feel a dull misery
in the kidney region, you suffer from
backache, sick headac"-o, dizziness,
stomach gets sour, tongue coated and
you feel rheumatic twinges when the
weather is. bad.
Eat less meat, drink lots o; water;
also get from any pharmacist four
ounces of Jnd Salts; take a table
spoonful in a glass of water before
breakfast tor a few days and your
kidneys will then act fine. This fa
mous salts is made from the acid of
grapes and lemon juice, combined
with lithla, and has been used for
generations to cleau clogged kidneys
and stimulate them to normal activ
ity, also to neutralize the acids in
urine, so it no longer is a source of
Irritation, thus ending blndder weak
ness. Jad Salts Is inexpensive, cannot
injure; makes a doHgltful efferve
scent Hthia-water drink which every
one should tcke now and then to
keep the kidneys clean and active.
Druggists here say they sell lots of
Jad Salts io folks who believe in
overcoming 'kidney trouble while it
is only trouble.-KAdv.
The Best Way To Do
This or That
FREQUENTLY women meet with problems in tho
handling of finances or transacting business which
Those who nre customers of the French & Company
bank appreciate that, we are always glad and will
ing to give them needed advice or Information.
4 Paid on Savings
E. H. FRENCH, Preslat.
PAUL M. FHENCH. Vice-President
V. H fflENCM. Secretary
J. u mostetler, Cashier
FRENCH & CO.
THE MARYHILL FERRY IS RUNNING
From Grants, 20 Mites East of The Dalles, to Maryhlll
Daily from 7 a. m. to 9 p. m.
EXCELLENT ROADS PAVED TO GOLDENDALE 4
MARYHILL FERRY CO.
Special Trips Arranged Phone Goldendale 312X
Eyes tested, glasses ntted. Dr. Gen.
K. Newhouse. u
$5.00 Slabs $5.00
Green slabs, $5.00 per cord, f. o.
b. cars. Van Dellen Lumber company.
Free Clinic No Charge For Examlna
tion Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Dr., Baum, chiropractic physician,
Third and Washington, main 501. it
Melt in spoon; inhale vapors;
apply freely up nostrils.
Ooet 17 Million Jan Used Yearly
Good Values In
A used Dodge Brothers Mo
tor Car gains value appre
ciably by comparison.
We say to you that here
you will obtain more used
car value for your money
more motor car per dollar.
This because it is our fix
ed policy, for the reason of
creating good will, to al
ways give exceptional value
in Dodge Brothers Motor
To the motorist
who has quit
ALONG about this time of year a man finds his motor-
ing neighbors getting anxious about their tires.
With folks expecting old tires to "pop" any minute,
there comes the question of what kind of new ones to buy.
U. S. Tires are answering a lot of questions like this
The U. S. Tire following embraces two kinds of
Those who started with quality first, and have never
bought anything else but the quality standard tire.
Those who came to quality, first only after dabbling,
with "bargains," "rebates," "job lot" and "surplus stock"
Getting one hundred cents value on the dollar in tire
buying is a straight-forward business proposition not
guess-work or a game of wits.
The most essential man for you to know today is the
local U. S.Tire dealer who la-concentrating on a full,
completely sized line of U. S. Tires.
He gets his U. S. Tires straight from his neighboring
U. Sf Tire Factory Branch one of 92 such Branches
established and maintained all over the country by the
U. S; Tire makers.
He is the man who can give,you fresh, live tires not
stuff shipped to him from some point where it did not
sell, but new.tires of current production.
Giving the same quality, selection and price-advantage
to the owner of the medium weight car as the big car
owner gets. With equal service and buying opportunity
whether he lives in the smaller localities or the greater
centers of population.
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Where the going is specially heavy with snow,
mud or sand, in hilly country where maximum
traction on the road is a factor, no other tire
tread yet devised is quite so effective, or so
wholly approved by motoring opinion, as the
U. S. Nobby Tread.
Its very simplicity two diagonal rows of ob
long studs, interlocking in their grip on the road
is the result of all the years of 0. S. Rubber ex
perience with every type of toad the world over.
"The moil mttenlltl man for
you to know today In the tin
buiinaiw l your local U. S.
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United States Rubber Company
ciANNETT MOTOR CO., The Dalles, Oregon.
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W. 3. TiFfON, Dufur, Oregon.