East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, July 22, 1915, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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    DAILY EAST OREGON! AN. , rENDLETON. OREGON. THURSDAY, JULY 22..1915.
EIGHT PACKS
now have it and it I
used. There arej
over the city where
CATHEDRAL AT RNEIf.IS
I'tlHHMMmmiMn!
" iT.. : 1 ; places all
people are cautious about ir-
4 IMiKI'DW.NT NFWSI'AIER.
, rigating because thev do not,
nnn
? n.i siiweeu t ifa -iwaot to increase the water bill.
It!
! There are people who refuse
ART Ohl.ijuNIA.S I I IILIM1INO
CO.
to care for their parkings be-,
! cause of the expense of irrigat-i
OfflrUI County rjr
Member I nilfO l ri Amm latins.
Knurrd at lit p-wlotflr at IvndietoO..
'rv, u aecuBjciaaa mail Batter.
ing. hy not give water free
'of cost for use on the park
ings? j In all affairs concerning the
i water system the people first
to be considered are the people
:of Tendleton. Thev built the
Two Great Bargains on New
OS BAl.K IN OTHER '!T1KS
Inrxrtai Hi.tel News S'.and, lurtlatid.
Onm
ItovnAS Nf- Co. Portland, Oresou.
ON Kll.K AT
t.t.in(rti. .i' c, i(urio soi. Four-1 gravity system and paid for it.
It is theirs and they should!
PACE FOUR
hi. , Hi.i;- tr
srrsrnirTioN eatks
( IN ADVANCE)
Ialif, nnt ymr. by mall 15 00'
lwny, it milieu, by mail i .M
lialiy, three meotba. by mall . .. 1 25 '
liaUy, nwriih. hy man
Ki t. one year, by carrier 7 M
laiij, n m..ntti. bj carrier ..
liaily, ttiree mnih. by rarrWr 1 sj
liallr, (in innnih. by carrier .H-'i
m Wet Uy, one year by mall 1 50
m Weekly, ail it.-HThft. by mail 75
Html WrrMy. f"ur moutha. by mail... .50
nave xne oenent ot the im
provement. MUNICIPAL ELECTRICITY
I. I T i: II MV 1MI HIS BT
Like the Mar
Thai shines afar
7. Without hayte
And without re.
lt each man wheel with sU.iily
sway 4
Round the task that ruics the
ia.v.
And do his bet
Ooethe
JX1 an( niore ne sub-1
"T?l ject of municipal elec-j
trie plants is coming to
be a live issue in the United;
States. It is a general senti-j
. ment that municipal ownership j
oi sucn utilities means lower)
rates and the experience of mu-l
meipal ownership cities points;
i'H it.
Mm
; Bearing on this subject the
: following from the Phristianl
Ccience Monitor is timelv:
A number of American cities!
are swapping notes, a number
jof them are drawing upon each
, t V. . , f . - : . v .. ; j
THE SANE MIDDLE GROUND
t ETWEEN the peace-at-
any-price advocates such
as those who have been
signing pledges against enlist
ment and radicals on the other
side such as CoL Roosevelt who
wants a monster navy and com
pulsory military service for all
men there is a sane middle
ground. Those occupying this(
middle ground do not wanti
America to become a warmad!
nation and do not subscribe to!
other for information regard
ing the comparative cost of el
ectric light under private and
public operation. The great
dam at Keokuk was exDected
1 fcl W EtN tbe peace-at- t0 a boQn tQ gt uis in
) any-pnee advocates such the matter f furnLshine a
cheap electric supply. It does
not appear that the expecta
tion has been realized. In
fact, it is held by the advocates
of cheaper electricity through
public ownership in the chief
city of Missouri that the muni
cipality is paying 100 per cent
more for electric light at pres
ent than it should be called up
on in TflV In this nnnnflplinn
the view that great preparati-Jreference is made to the ex
ons for war serve to preserve jrience of Buffalo, N. Y and
peace. It is known such great; Toronto, Canada. Both cities
preparations invariably leadtoiflrp S1,nriilf frnm tho aamp
war sooner or later, as has been source Niagara Falls but at
the case m Europe. But on the entirely different rates,
other hand the sanc course isj The difference, it is held, is
to maintain a first class up to;caused by the fundamental dif
date navy and keep abreast of(fefence between municipal and
the latest methods of warfare ;private ownership. The Ca-
Doin on sea ana iana. n w e j nadian cit y it geemg (,ike many
Inn T maintain o Isrira nrmv i . .
. : - " oi its sister communities), is
wnicn xnis country never iii,under the munjcipal ownership
do, at least we may have suffi- and operation system and has
cient equipment on hand to out- a maximurn rate 0f 3 cents ;
fit such an army at short notice , Buffalo is under the private
in the event of need. In other j ownership and operation sys-w-ords
we do not need to keepjtem and hag a maximum rate
at all times of the day andjof 8 cents st hag a
night in such condition we may !mav;m,im ratP 9 rnta in oycpss
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CURRENT THINKING!
l.l B1.IX.
lienr well and his teeth must milk
their appearance at from five to sev-,
en months.
The bahy meiisuring up to these
standards L rated "Ideal" Class A-l.1
But the Indianapolis News makes the
suKcetlon that "the custodians of
such certified hatiles demand like ver. '
tificatHn from the 'foster parents."
A (rood sign of the times is that a!
fairly large per cent of lnhles come
under the head of this highly certi
fied class.
whip the earth yet it is well to
know enough about the game
that we may defend ourselves
in good fashion if trouble
should come.
THEN
RAISE THE
AGAIN
3
of that of Buffalo, or 7 cents
higher than the maximum rate
of Toronto and other Canadi
an communities. The Buffalo
rate is to be reduced next Sep
tember, however, and a rebate
LIMIT for excess charges of $500,000
is to be paid back to consum-
prs Amnrrlinor in tno Star a
Fthe gravity water system ! rebate is more than the con-
still provides much moregume of st- Louis aak but
aier innine city neeas.thev have the riirht to ask for
LubUn is the latest town in Rus
sian Poland to come into prominerce
by reason of the changing Oerman
Hussian battle lines. It has liei ou.e
the Immediate objective of the ar
mies under Field Marshal von Shiek-
tnsen. in the line of the forward
drive of the Austro-Cermans in ihei
direction of Warsaw. The city of j
I.ubiin. the third most important, city '
In Russian Poland, forms the subject!
of today's study in war geography
issued hy the National Geographic ,
Societv: i
"Warsaw. Lodz and Lublin are the:""r progress is before it
three most important manufacturing I aflPr- Is
centers in Kuiwian Poland. Like Lod., Th' man whfl ke,ls his be!'t
Luhlin has a large textile Industry. f"rwdr' sblom has to step back on
being one of the Important Russian
district., for the r.rndnetion of threads Achievement is the meat
. nd earns linen and hemnen goods i b lif"- Fame Is merely the
and woolen stuffs. The Industry of'
this place has been upon an upward)
sukjavs or snri-xs.
The time to be
dissatisfied with :
has ston-1 -
These two new model touring car Fords have
been used about one month, have not been driven
over 500 miles and are in as good condition as new,
yet we are in a position to sacrifice them for
S7 WM
You had better hurry for they are snaps.
OREGON MOTOR GARAGE
B. F. TROMBLEY, Prop, Telephone 468 119-121 W. Court Street
the
the other one.
Achievement Is the
fat
A river is a poor thing to use as an
trend for a number of years and its! r " ie omy ining on
i eann mat gets along ' and s'.lii
even after the limit here has
been increased the logical
thing is for the water board to
3-cent electricity from the city.
because that is easily possible
and the city should give it." It
again increase the amount , js pointed out that in Cleveland
given to each patron for the j the citv dant. bv forcimr down
price he now pays.
To get an abundant water
supply was one of the reasons
why the water bonds were vot-
rates in competition.for large
power contracts, saved users
0-er $1,250,000 a year com
pared with what they were
J Tl .1 ' , i . . . ...
-u. ii was uesirea xo nave: paying and would have con
more water for irrigation as tinued to nav had not the citv
It plant been installed.
factories were beginning to take a
more important share In the supply
ing of the home textile market Th
country around Lublin is a very rich
agricultural country, and the t wn
had a large and growing commission
trade in grains and cattle.
"Lublin, the capital of a district ol
the same name, Is built upon a small
tributary of the Wieprz. about l'"
miles southeast of Warsaw. It isj
about 60 miles from the Austrian i
(iallcian frontier, due north of Jir-
oslaw. and not far southeast of Ivan-j
gornd, the great Russian fortieth!
guarding the approach to Warsaw:
fiom the south. It lies upon the.
Warsaw-Kiev railway. The popula
tion of the city which hag grown con
siderably with the ' Increasing pros-,
Derltv of its Industry, is 55.00(1. There I
are several fine palaces of Polish no
bles at Lublin, and an Interesting an
cient citadel. The old fortifications;
of the place have been destroyed. It
is the headquarters of the Four
teenth Russian army corps. Lublin,
whose life reaches far back In past
centuries, is a city rich In memories
of the Poles' last stand for freedom;
and independence."'
spends much of its time In Its bed.
And at that.lt has to "rise" to hit the
"high-water mark."
Making a joke of life always gives
the other fellow the last laugh.
THIS MA Y ENTERTAIN
You Bt Thcj Wouldn't.
What are your views on woman suf
frage?" "I'm against it." said the politician
decidedly. "You can fool the men
voters with cheap cigar, but the wo
men folks would never stand for
cheap candy."
THE CKTlTimO BABY.
well as domestic uses.
BUS
White Studio
Room 4 Association
Building
MOST MODERXLY EQUIPPED AND UP-TO-DATE
PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO IX THE NORTHWEST.
LATEST IDEAS. jELLKXT WORKMANSHIP. I
PORTRAITS THAT ARE BETTER.
BUILDING NOW BEING REMODELED.
Open For Business About
Wednesday, July 28, 1915
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-MARY'S BELIEF.
They were speaking of the beauti
ful sex and their kindly conversation
In discussing each other a few even
ings ago, when this little Incident was
recalled:
One afternoon two young women
were talking hats, s ervants, picture
shows and things like that, when una
of them casually referred to a certain
Mrs Smith.
"Poor Mary!" slgfifully comment
ed the other. "She Is a perfect dear,
of course, but she suffers much for
her belief." j
"Her belief?' responded the first,
questionlngly. "And what, pray, may
that belief be?"
"She believes," was the soft, coping
hejoinder of the second, "that she
can wear a No. 2 shoe on a No. 3
foot.'
The man turned back and saw a
woman with an ugly face, and, being
greatly displeased, returned and said:
"Why should you tell -me a false
hood?" The woman answered: "Neither
did you tell the truth, for If you were
in love with me why did you look
hack for unother woman-" Pathfinder.
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(Atlanta Constitution.)
The Indianapolis News says that
childless married folk looking for in
infant for adoption now require that
the baby should be "certified" to as
to Its mental and physical condition.
It Is stated that Ir. William J.
Hlckson. of the psychophatlc labora
tory of the municipal court, Chicago,
is the jmentor of the certified baby,
and the Indianapolis Medical Journal;
gives the following as the require-!
rrienLs:
At birth he should weigh at least j "Is .Jane a superstitious as ever?"
six pounds; at one year about twenty. "Vex. She went to a fortune tell-
one pounds. ; er today and came home delighted"
At birth he should measure twenty "Siie's always going to fortune tell-
Inches; his sister may tie slightly ers and always coming home dellght-
Eg shorter. d. What was the special good for-
i The first year he should Increas-j tune this time?"
t ver.il inches; the second three Iror j "She was told lie would marry a
end from the third to the tenth ye-arj t;1!) n,an with light hair and big I ur
to inches each year. pie eyes and a blond moustache and
The fontanelle or soft spot on the a rjihson chin."
IN THE WAR 7AXE.
To match the story made In Ger
many about the little Kngllsh boy
who refused to get Into his bath for
fear of German submarines there has
been evolved another which runs
like this:
Father (trying to give the concealed
dose): Well, well, you are a funny
hoy. May I ask why this sudden ex
traordinary dislike" for Jam?"
Chip 'Cos I believe It's mined.
WLIJEIt'S FEAR.
A wine agent once intruded on a
party of which Willie Collier was one
In Chicago. He told Collier he was a
man of good taste, a man of the world
and all that, and wound up by ask
ing: "When you want a bottle of
wine in future will you not gratify
me by asking for my wine?"
"Why, of course," answered Collier,
most graciously. "I shall be delight
ed to ask for your wine. But heav
erw suppose they should have It?"
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IF YOU HAVE FREQUENT HEAD.
ACHES WHICH MEDICINES DO NOT
CURE; if you see distant objects more (or
less) clearly, or need to hold printed mat
ter nearer to or further from the eyes than formerly; or
need more light. If you have observed any of these
things, your sight needs the aid of correctly adopted
glasses to assist as well as preserve it.
Accurately fitted glases are only possible when the
sight has been sciertifically tested.
We have every facility for doing this and exercise the
greatest care so that you may receive the utmost benefit
from wearing glasses.
A thorough examination and explanation of your con
dition will cost you nothing.
W. H. HILL
Optician
, With Wm. Hanscom, Jeweler.
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NEARER HER STYLE.
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r -s
head should close about the nine
teenth month.
Three to Four and a Half Months
firasp an object that is placed he
fore him. Hold his head erect, alone
Seven Months Hit alone, unsup
ported and reach for toys.
Eight to Ten Months tart to
creep. Some babies never creep, tiui
start to walk Instead.
Ten Months Should start to st.ind.
holding some object.
Eleven Months Stand entirely
alone.
Twelve to Fourteen Months Start
to walk.
One year Say mamma and papa.
Two Years Talk quite plainly,
know names of animals, persons and
objects, and put two words togethe;
Should distinguish one. object from
another at four months He must
"Does Jane believe that?"
"No; but all the other men that the
fortune tellers have offered her were
littlo and dark, with gray eyes anl
a Vandyke beard and Jane adores
blonds." Cleveland Plain Dealer. I
WOMAN'S IXMilC,
The following fable, which Is prob
ably of Turkish origin, Is not within
a touch of truth: As a woman was
walking a man looked at and follow
ed her i
"Why," she said, "do you follow
me?" !
"Because," he replied, "I have fall
en In love with you."
"Why so? My sister, who Is com
ing after me, Is much handsomer
than I am. Oo and make love to
her"
I HOLES Jj ( SCREWS J
. .. ,. ;: .look rod THf - '. ' s
WHEN CLASSES ARE
NEEDED TOR READING
No matter if your eyes are
entirely normal for distance,
a natural change takes place
usually between tho ages of
40 and 4 5 which calls for
reading glasses. The general
symptoms of this change are
fine print such as newspa
per print, must be held fur
ther from the eyes than usu
al and the eyes become Ured
when reading, especially at
night. Many people perma
nently weaken their eyes by
nnt getting glasses that fit In
time. The time to get resl
ing guuM Is when the,
tronhlft first begins.
See
DALE ROTHWETX,
Exclusive Optician
American National Tank
Building,
Pendleton, Phone 609.
Dodge
ElOTiliElS
MOTOR CAR
It was our expectation, from the first, that this car would
play a large part In determining motor car values.
We said as much in our advertisements almost a year ago
We expected It to set up In the public mind n model and a
pattern of what a car of moderute price should be.
We expected that It would encourage buyers to Judge mo
tor cars by the standard of quality not by price.
Surely the results have more than realised our expecta
tions. Surely you can see that tho car is considered a criterion
of what constitutes real worth,
once a man has driven the car, even for a few miles, noth
ing can distract his mind from Its performance and Its
quality.
He thinks of the price only (n relation to the remarkable
value it buys.
That Is why the first 20,000 fell so far short of supplying
the demand.
That is why the second
equal eagerness.
10,000 are being absorbed with
DODfiE BROTHERS, DETROIT.
The price of the car complete with extra tire, tube, chains
and tire cover Is 1900 delivered to you In Pendleton.
Pendleton Auto Co.
Phone 541 812 Johnson Street
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