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DAILY EAST OREGONTAN. PENDLETON, OREGON. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1915.
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BUST 0aH.iA IUBIjHHIM CO
orrtoal oantr Papsr.
Mrabrr LwtMl IT" Association.
Botem! at tbe pustofflce at lVodietotL
urtfm. aj aMued NM sail matter
sTslsskosr 1
JT as much as a crow
or a sparrow hovers
over the ruins of Bel
gium," writes a correspondent
ot the Koelnische Zeitung.
All bird life took wing when
Best Woman Suffrage Editorial
-All
is ,m iiKi: i'itiex.
'special llvtn Stn Htand. I'onl
MM
Ihvaua Nesra I a Portland. Oregon
and fumes; and when their
nel.
CMMC J tares u.
FaaclL.-:i U
mats Street. .N 1
urity RuiMag
St lUM'kllTION RATI
i IN AIlVASCKl
11 omf rear, t.' iaiI gVCftj
Ieil. Ml noalha. by null 2-50
Daily, three Boatlia. I mail - 1.23
Halt, umt m -r.th by at all .51
ItaJIf. as ,tar by carrier T.4
I amy. all momba by carrier S 71
Daily, three mmtttia, by raxrler l.t&
Ualiy. as Booth, by .-arrler .".
Seeu Weraly. one year, by mall 1 SO
ei Weekly, an muotha. by aaail 76
Kea. Weakly. lour moot ha. by sail M
"The absence of bird chat
ter and morning and evening
carols," adds the correspond-
oreo joi. Fur ent, "is distinctly felt, and con
stitutes a marked defect in na
ture's physiognomy."
Great flocks of birds were
seen crossing over the Rhine in
the early days of August of!
last vear; and not a beetle or
A I.
Th
Till t.Kr.VT HHiHWAY.
I came down the great high-
The river hilla were bight
with ilw.
.her the hill trees lined
the way
mornlni light was
streaming through.
I do not know if you have felt
The thrill of beauty when the
day
Is breaking through the river
mists
So softly delicate and gray
But Rod was In His Heaven
then.
I came down the gresr
highway
As
at
most intelligent animal, but
-had an ugly head. For three
A BUSINESS ADMINISTRA-1 stas,"ls sne worked in the act.
TION NEEDED 1 Dut when we got other pome:
The sreat highway Is there for
all
To travel as their fancies choose
The great boats welcome and
the small.
Alike for all their gallant
crews. .
Within a day so many pass,
But do their fancies- evcr
paper, swarms with hungry
birds.
The Paris Temps deplores
the loss to France of the Ar
jronne nightingale, a charm ot
that forest and an attraction
for many tourists.
"We do not know where the
nightingale found shelter,"
says the Temps, "but we sur
mise that they have met the
fate of all the other birds of
Eastern France; asphyviation
by gases and fumes, if not the
more direct slaughter by shell
and bullets."
Recently a war correspond
ent in Poland noted the ab
sence of all birds.
War's devastation is fatal
not only to humans but also to
man's feathered friends.
Philadelphia Ledger T'.ie suf
frage campaign conducted ith re
'ci.tless vigor by propagan and
ipponenu. has been Bote hie chid' y
I ft the enthusiasm and the . aparity
I r practical nolitics shown hv both
thse who desire ana thoe- who do
no. desire the ballot. In the very
nArrliaaa of their attack the anti
su',i agists rave gone far to prove
their opponents' case.
The question is so nor.politi.al it
Is so different from the ran . f ad
ministrative and economical propos
als which are from time to time, put
teifre the voter, that the ancient
method of argument Is utterly trwtp
I licable. of a neconomlc ostein you
may say. "It won't work." But In
this case it would be as aDProoriate
to say that "life won t work." Of a
"vial panacea you may say that It
failed to bring about an earthly par
adise when It was last tried Suffrage
Is. however, no panacea, ami prom-i
lses no paradise. It ls an effort to
live more fully It ls a question ofj
.ndlviduals.
That is why America, where the
I'.dlvldual is so cherished and treas-j
rted. welcomes the great efio-t made
by women to put their Individualities
at the service of ihc state. That Is
kit suffrage ls. If ther- Is a question
whether woman can serve. It must'
be answered by each map for him
self. He will find. If he questions Tilh
out prejudice, that service his been'
the life of all the wom'u he has
known In the great crlsises of his
existence, from birth, througd matut-'
lty. and even in death, the service ol '
a woman has made life possible, has
glorified It and has mailt leaving It
freedom responsible
a passionate regret. Whenever great
decisions have had to be made, when'
his own eyes have been clouded over
with the worries of the dav he has
looked to her for a serenity and
judgment beyond his own. and has
found it. In a simpler life the com-,
munlon of man and woman has been'
sufficient. In the turmoil and per-
Plexities of modern existence that1
clear vision must function more
broadly the woman must exert her
Individual power through the social
group.
In a hundred ways that power is,
being exerted. In the one way in
which it could operate most freely
and most beenficlalry it Is hampered
It is not out of senlimer.tal regard
for womankind that suffrage must!
be granted her It Is not as t gift1
to her at all. but as a gift to the!
community that one must look "JP
on woman suffrage. Suffrage would
supplement her destined career as
wife and mother. It would Intensify
and broaden marriage. The subiima
selfishness of the mother for her
children, the selfishness which makes!
her sacrifice everything to their v.el-
fare, needs only to be broadened In
scope, that the welfare of the com-!
munlty may gain by It. !
The words of President Wilson r?-
turn to mind He spoke of suffrage
as "that privilege of responsibility. "
and as such he wished to see it giv
en to women. It Is due them as a
privilege for the service they h ITS
done. It must be given them be-;
cause unless it is open their infill-,
ence on the social body Is irrespon-'
slble and immoral. The social fab
tic of this country is woven from
the economic and social freedom of
woman It Is time to make thit
lilllilliillilll
Dodge Brothers
WINTER CAR
SUBSTANTIALLY BUILT TO WITHSTAND THE ROUGH
NESS OF WINTER DRIVING ; THESE TOPS ARE SO LIGHT
THAT THEY ADD NOTHING TO THE COST OF OPERAT
ING THE CAR.
The protection from the weather is complete. The
finish outside and inside is in keeping with the finish
of the car. The tops are cloth-lined and are electri
cally lighted.
The motor is 30-35 horsepower
The price of the Winter Touring Car or Roadster
complete, including regular mohair top, is $1050
(f. o. b. Pendleton.)
We have samples of these enclosed cars, in both roadster
and touring now enroute. Will be here about Nov. 20th. Come
and look them over. You will be surprised to see so much
style and comfort in a car at this price.
Pendleton Auto Co.
THIS MA Y ENTERTAIN
IRGCMEWx CLOSED.
ONE HORSE'S MEMORY
No MKAM.li; TO SHELLS.
pi
As
tha
hildren might
broad road
Del:ehtfull ? T ran not sav
I only know my own heart sang ! Many years ago.
As I came down the great Ishowman. "we had
highway
St. Lt
HERE are many instances
on record showing good
memory on the part of
dumb animals but the follow
ing seemingly authentic tale is
of particular interest. It is
given bv II. W. Gentry.
said the
a pony
named 'Marie.' She worked
A str
of lists
battles.
Charles
veteran
rhe
1 1 in the pony drill. She was a
became ore of
10 a veteran o
ivs Postmaster
'ulberson of Ttx
about concluded a vivid
ly-colored narrative or a Mow bat
tle in which he had taken parr. '
"Just think of it." exclaimed one1
of the party turning to the stransor. i
How would you like to stand with
shells bursting all around you?"
"I have been there," responded
the newcomer."
"What? Have yoti, too. been a
soldier?"
' No. replied the str.-in
an actor."
Jackson and Johnson are not now
on spe.ikir.g terms. It all arose as
the result of al argument which re
quired som' mental calculation.
"I tell you," said Jackson, "that
you are altogether wrong in vour
I (inclusion5. ''
"Pardon me. but I am not." re
plied Johnson.
"Didn't I go to school, stupid'" al
most roared his opponent.
"Yes." was the calm reply,
you remained stupid."
'and
1 Dm I
lllllllllllllli
ii n xFXiijECTim nit: pAi'Eits
i
iii'ii-
broken in we thought enough N(( ijttkh n!OM Tlly GKAVR
rfff HE business management, of 'Marie' to send her to the
of the city of Pendleton stock farm of Gentry Brothers
next year is going to re- and pension her on hay and
quire more attention than usu-! clover.
al from the mayor because! "Five years later, almost to!
some revenue will be cut off ! the day, the pony that took
and the problem will be how j 'Marie's' place died on Satur
to handle affairs successfully i day night. We had no pony
without saloon license money.! to fill the place in the drill.
Cm must be taken to pre-: Some one suggested 'Marie. 1 1
vent waste and needless ex-!cau?ht a train and went to,
pense yet the legitimate needs Louisville to meet the pony
of the city must be met in pro- J that was being brought from
per manner. Without question the farm by a groom.
Ml Montgomery's four years i "We quickly transferred her
experience on the council will! from one depot to the other,
be a great aid to him if elected and went to Memphis to meet
to the position of mavor. He j the show. It was due there
'will know how to distinguish! Monday. Fifteen minutes be
essential expenses from non-fre the pony drill I led 'Mane'
essential expenditures and can! the show lots. At drill time
protect the citv's interests. she took her place in line.-
Most business men are sup-1"1 tnrouh the a"d
porting Mr. Montgomery for ( dld . not, ,miss a cue from the
mavor and one reason thev do , tra'ner- , , .
so is because of confidence in! There are human beings
his sound business judgment'0 co"ld not measure up to
and in his fidelitv to the wel- the successfully met by a
fnro r.f the ir.u r, TKm- Unu ! CITCUS horSC
that if he is elected we will
have a clean, dependable ad
ministration. The financial af
fairs 01 the town will be in safe
hands at a time when such
safety will be very desirable. i inki:naii,s TELL DIWOMHOX
At a time like thi- Pend
Former Governor Htubbs of Kan
sas. U sponsor of this one:
A tramp meekly knocked on the
back door of a rural bome and ask
ed a bite to eat from the housewife
who responded.
"You don't look like a mat who
should starve." she declared. after
a Critical survey. ' Why don't yoti
go to work?"
"I would, la ly." was the reply f
the hobo, "only everybody i go to
wants a letter of inference from my
last employer."
"Well, can't ton .et one?"
"Xo, ma'am,' he answered. "I?e
is dead "
Philip C. Manna, former V. S COD
sul at Monterey. Mexico, touching ii
the course of a spech on the aiiTan
tage of keeping abreast OJ the time?
Illustrated his poirt by rc r
a traveling salesman Who Tour
self In a village hotel din:n; room
when a heavy divnpour oi r.iin set
In
"Cee"' he Mid addre:nx the
waitress "It look like jbv flood."
"Like what'.'" the girl inquired.
"I.Ike the flo d. "You hive read
of the flood, and l ow the arte landed
on Mount Ararat, haven't you .' '
"No. sir.' admitted tle waitress,
"I haven't seen a newso. tr for
three days."
FORMER STUDENTS OF
PENDLETON GRADUATE
FROM UOFO IN JUNE
GRADES ARE ABOVE THE VVKII
AGE AT TRK UNIVERSITY
OTHER U. NOTES.
I Ol RTEOl'S.
"Those people who live In that
swell houre on the hill aren't u hit
stuck up" rem.irkel the butcher )
"Why. 1 thoiiKht they were too
proud lo notice anybody." sa d hlrf
ikimi: or the sv u.i.ow .
neighbor.
the home
-Yes mi
i ":s m
, CURRENT THINKING
ii - J i mmm
The teacher of u primary class in
natural history ha: a visitor ir. the
school room one day. lays. Mr. Hay
Ward Hrown. the New York suffra
(rist . The teacher suddenly dosed
her book, turned to a boy near ihe
foot of the ( lass a. 1 asked
"Willie, can you tell me where ihe
home of the swallow is?"
The youngster thought hard for a
moment hut could not an wer.
the
Ijlt Of it. " leplle
'Every lime 1 call
ill they ask me
I he
I ool SHORTAGE IN
GERMANY GUOWING 8ERIOIS
BERLIN, Nov. iv Chancellor von
Rethmann-Hollwex if Grerrnany and
Foreign Minister iaron Burisn of
Austria-Hungary conferred on plane
for government c ntnd of food prices
o d shon,-. in Oernany
i have strong foundation
act
cannot afford to tak'.'
ces of misrule,
will be j;ood business to el
lohn Montgomen- mayor.
While linger nat!a can do: be re
tarded hi undoub'-d gulden tb iiar
acter or r.ealth, they do indi ite the
temper of the s.'.ject, eryy . v.rlter
llB tie New York Joirn.ll
Nails that are Ur.jc an 1 v lr.it
I mark a revengeful dispositioji. bp;
i one who, instead of acting hastily,
I takes time to plan revenge.
Ijarge nails usually accompany
good business oualitier. while qslck
. irntai apyrem jisaun .1 ekamrii by
nght nalle
Sliort. round and very white naitfl
show a ''ynieal nature, while nails
pointed at the base indicate a dsvpo-'.-.'ion
easilv offended and 'Ui'k to
THE PURE FABRIC BILL
CHERK b good authoritv
for the statement that
ihe pure fabric bill if
enacted into law by conjrres
will be of more benefit to wool
Krowers than any tariff that
might be devised. At the same ',. , nht
t'me no complaint could be skort nail on the little
made as to it being privilege -"" : '' omnt having a
legislation lo-. . i .,. the lav
would be for public protec
tion. 11 would require mat Short, red nails are not AM
shoddy good in- iabdlewl as
r-uch and would allow only
pure fabrics to be listed under
that classification. Where is
there anything unfair about
f-'.ich a proposal'.'
l i t bo .,. faifcarl V.ill
o- ..u v..c u... naM wh,n ,hp h.i)f mmm ar
ras a good chance for passage -man r when the naif moon are
itt the coming session of con- nesrlstelsfjel,
great and it is going to be one N ""' '"' ,hln "h"'' "'
,.f iL ,L: 1 t Ai. CSjcy in the possess .1 While high
of the subjects for discussion . irw. , twll. ,mon, .,
nt the coming meeting of the eoajsnsnptlon white spots on the
Oregon Woolgrowers a.SSOCia- nails indbate a sufferer from Indl-
tion tc be held in this citv. 'I'he fluted nails bohmg w
11 -e-rit of the bill are similar to,Ul,tokta "' 'ki"
nature.to the merits of the pure Past flinniii re marke t y ,1 eaU
food law. .11 the nails
linger
strong
humor one 011b k to sec the
1! nrnere. ana with saeeBstii
1 mimicry.
le
Possesso, 11. They Indicate an irrita
ble disposition Hut a sweet temper
belongs to the owner of filbert -shaped
nails, paie pink in color Shoub
Hie, oereu a hasty
thev eg red a hast
Finger nails are
'r of health. Had
temper Is enoWS
temper is shown
i genuine kadksV
1 irculatlon is sig-
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IWIVKKSIY OF OREGON, EU-I
gene, Nov. 13. Three former Hen I
dleton high school students from
the class of 1912 will be graduated j
troni the I'nlverslty of Oregon next !
June. I
Mi.ss I'laire ftaley is a member of I
the I'M Omega woman's fraternity
and rf Thetn Sigma Phi. a national
women's Journalistic sorority, be
sides having been a member of Kw."-'
ma, a sophomore society, and vice
I resident of the junior class of Issl
year, and a member of the Eutaslan j
literary society, the Y M. C. A , and
the Woman's League
Chester Fee is a member of the
Heta Theta PI fraternity and of Ye I
Tabard Inn. a literary club, which
has Just received a charter from Slfj
ma I'psllon. a national writers' fr."-j
ternlty. Fee ha won an "O" ml
track for the last three years and lj)j
track captain for the ensuing sea
son. He Is a member of the sopho
more society, To-Ko-Lo, and of the
nppen lassman society, the Friars. 1
Claud Hampton Is a member ofj
Delta Tau Uelta fraternity and of
T0-K0-I.0 He Is a member of the
I'nlverslty baifd ami orchestra add
was on the track team one year,
The average grades of the Pendle
ton students are above the SVerSfV j
of the I'nlverslty and not one hes j
"flunked out" since 191
students registered from
are Helen Johns. Junior: M
Leurs Jerard and Folsom
i nphotnores, and Lillian
stable, were visitors at Athena Wed
nesday. Mr. and Mrs Frank Kiebs were In
town this week
Mrs. Ploard and datihgter Violet,
returned from Walla Walla after
sending a lew days
I. L. lingers was up to Adams
Wednesday to see about his ranch.
Frank Martin was up to Adams
Wednesday to see about hts ranch.
Dave Stone was In from his ram h
this week
Mr. and Mrs Charles Schats were
visitors at Athena this week.
1. 1. Lieu alien wag a visitor ut the
county seat Thursday.
Or UcKlnhey was In Adams
Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlen Dupuis and
daughters Krancls and Irene motored
to Walla Walla Wednesday.
Horn, to Mr. and Mrs E K MeCol
lum, a S pound girl Thursday even
ing. Joe Pay-ant was in Adams this
week.
The Indies' Club met Thursday al
the country home of Mrs Alfred
Marqula Those present were Mri
Moss berry, Mrs. Stephen F.dwards,
Mrs. J W. I'eringer. Mrs. ("has. DU
puls. Mrs 1, I, I.leuallen. Mrs. J. W.
9pencer, Mrs. J. C. Chesnut, Mrs.
Kirbv Mrs. It. C. Des, Volgne, Mrs
1; M. Morrison. Miss Daisy Owens
and Mrs. Stockton Refreshment f.
consisting of chicken sandwiches,
waffers. bnnanas and cream and cof
fee were served. All enjoyed a pleas
ant afternoon Mrs Frank Kreb
and Kthel Perlnger were visit. irs ,u
the cottnty seat Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs Dave stone motor,
ed to the county seat Thursday
Walter Adams was down from his
ranch in the mountains.
.Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hothrock and
son Italph and Mr. It c. Deavoigne
were visitors at the county seal on
Saturday.
Mrs James Chasaul was a vi.-utoi
at Athena Saturday.
O. M Morrison finished up his
fall seeding Thursday.
(Juy Mayberry was a visitor at the
1 ounty seat Friday.
The Adams Olee Club will have
their first skating of the season io-day.
Mi-. Margaret K Armour DU-a,
KANSAS CITY, Nov. 1J Mrs
Mnrgaret K. Armour, aged 80. nldow
of S. H Armour, the packer, died
here Since her husband's death
Mrs. Armour hir been actl-e in
charitable rnmn-lgna.
NEW TEMPLE THEATRE
ALL WEEK STARTING
SUNDAY NIGHT NOV. 14
Ithel
Pendleton
rj John - I
Tall man.
Boyletl, I
111
tnd
Harold
iln
shmon.
LADIES' CLLIB OF ADAMS
HAS SOCIAL SESSION
i hil-
(Special Correspondent e, i
ADAMS. Ore, Nov ll.- Mrs Toic
Klenski was called lo Portland Tm
day evening on account of her moth
,-r's death
Mr and Mrs. Morris
uren motored to the cot
urday,
leturn
Ith his
Lieuallen.
Jess Hales and
county
21 PEOPLE 21 1
ENLARGED
IMPROVED
FRANK RICH CO.
And
"THE 20TH CENTURY MAIDS"
In
MUSICAL COMEDY.
BRIGHTER
BETTER
it
bom
llent.-
Mi
son
seal
Mulshed
Hi.
l Ihe New Teinplr Minds VlghL F rrrlhlg New anil fil'ferrni.
Otis l.icllallei
spend Sunday -and
Mrs, T. A,
Mr. and Mrs
Joi n were visitors at th
Saturday.
T. A. Lieuallen has now
his fall seeding
llert Klrby was a visitor at
county seat Saturday,
Miss Kleanor Stockton, one of the
teachers at Fcrndale, returned hon e
Saturday to spend Sunday with her
parents, Mr and Mrs. Stockton
Mr. and Mrs. Hunter and daughter
DOtlM motored to the county scmI
Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Torn Coffee are visit
ing at his parents. Mr. and Mrs
i 'offee
Mrs Alliert lloylen
It now visiting, at her
M C. Mclntyre for a
Miss Jt ssle chesnut
rom school at Pendleton to spend
uii'luy with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. c. Chesnut.
Jerry Stone nnd son Cliff were In
(dame this week.
Mrs. M C, Mctntvre mil daiigh'ir
of Pilot Keek
mother's, Mr-
few days.
returned home
10 GIRLS Toj
NEW wardrbe NEW
1 8 Principals 8 j
2 PERFORMANCES SUNDAY NIGHT.
ONE BIG SHOW ON WEEK NIGHTS
Prices 15c, 25c, 6 35c