East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, June 20, 1916, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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DAILY EAST OKEGONTAN, PENDLETON. OREGON. TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1916.
AN
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a mi
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Since there is something of
a cloud upon the locations of
the big state schools it goes
vithout saying that matter
should be made right, the soon
co. or the better. At the airricul-
otnrtei couti putt. tural college alone the state
I hM nearly a million dollars in-
m wroD.i.iM nun matter vested in buildings, land and
The school should
II. N.,
OH BALE IN OTHER CITIES.
IsaparUl Hotel mm Stan. Portland.
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(IN ADVANCB)
Daily, not 7r. by nail...
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Dalit, tare montha br ma I.
Daily, ow oionth. by mall -
Dally, on rear, hj carrier
nallj. all m.Titha. by carrier
Dally, oaf month, by carrier
.50
S 75
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Dally, three montha. by carrier 1 3
1 weeAiy. one year, ay man l.ou
al Weekly, all month, by mall 75
I Weekly, fosr month, by mall .50
t quipment.
not be open to trouble from le
gal quibblers or malcontents.
The same applies to the univer
sity and the Monmouth nor
mal.
Taken altogether the meas
ure being initiated is a timely
and meritorious one. It should
KSlcarry and in the view of this
paper it will carry if the facts
are properly placed before the
people.
15 00
IS A PROTECTORATE
COMING?
HK1JKF.
There i no unbelief:
Whoever plants a seed beneath
the sod
And wait to see tt push away
the clod.
He trusts In God.
Whoever says when clouds are
in the sky,
"Be p.'itient. heart light break-
eth by and by,"
Trusts the Most High.
Whoever s?es 'neath Winter's
field of snow
The silent harvest of the future
grow.
God's power must know.
By Edward Robert Bulwer
Lytton
w
A
TIMELY, MERITORIOUS
MEASURE
N submitting an initiative
Jj measure providing for a
normal school here the
people of Pendleton are not
acting for themselves but in
behalf of the educational in
terests of the state.
There is at present a lack of
adequate normal instruction in
Oregon. This is a fact that is
realized and regretted by prac
tically every educator in the
state. The situation is harmful
to the welfare of the common
schools.
It is the honest opinion of
those informed upon the sub
ject that there should be a nor
mal school in eastern Oregon
and it is the truth that Pendle
ton because of its geographical
position and other advantages
is most favored as a location
for such an institution
In the past year or two the
fact this sentiment exists has
been thoroughly made known
to Pendleton folk. This ha3
been done through private ex
pressions of opinion by teach
ers and educational leaders, it
was strikingly shown last fall
when the teachers of Wheeler,
Gilliam. Morrow and Umatilla
counties, without solicitation
and without the knowledge of
local businessmen, passed a
HATEYER the future
developments may be it
is evident from the call
ing out of the national guard
throughout the United States
that the Mexican situation is
more serious than at any previ
ous time.
For three years the Wilson
administration has labored
earnestly and patiently to in
duce the Mexicans to set up a
legal and stable government.
We have given the Carranza
forces the benefit of recognition
fiom this country and every
assistance possible.
Yet there are many signs of
weakness and incompetency
down there. Our border has
been frequently raided and
many innocent American lives
sacrificed. The de facto gov
ernment has been unable to
control the situation and yet is
objecting to the presence of
American troops sent there for
the purpose of helping hold
down the brigand bands and
protect American interests. In
other words the de facto gov
ernment cannot preserve order
and at the same time vehe
mently opposes help from the
only quarter where adequate
help may be obtained.
Self respect will not permit
this country to withdraw its
troops from Mexico until the
purpose for which they were
sent across the border has
been accomplished. If the
Carranzistas are to make war
against us the only course open
will be to send, more soldiers
into Mexico and pacify the en
tire country, Carranza as well.
What the administration has in
mind is not stated but it is pos
sible there may be in prospect
some such plan as was follow
ed in Cuba on two different oc
casions. The army may be
used for the pacification of the
country and the setting up of
a stable government. That
would not mean the annexa
tion of Mexico but the estab
lishment of a protectorate over
the country. It would be a
splendid thing for Mexico.
ONE WEEK UNDER BRUSI-LOFF
EIGHT PAGES
1
S Gen. Brusiloff, who has
smashed the line of the
central powers in the east,
the leader of pre-eminent ca
pacity for whom the allies have
been waiting for 22 months?
He happens to be the one
who directs a movement to
which all Russia has made
contributions at heavy saeri-
resolution endorsing the idea of f ice. But the same thing is true
a normal school at Pendleton, of several German generals
With this situation existing it w ho have won distinction in
vole
Doubtful?
perhaps -But
notMbout
his Clothes
Tor They're
9
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Bond Clothes
QTJAIWTBED DYH8
315 to J30
Things have undergone a
changeno one gets old any more
not in America things just actually
move too "briskly;" an old-looking
man would be lost in the "shuffle"!
Youthtulness is a tangible
asset you can "cash in" on it at any
time. And pretty good Insurance
that you will never pass the Mile
stone of "Age Limit" is to wear Bond
Clothes.
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it i
m
SaK
BOND BROTHERS
Pendleton's Leading Clothiers
is the logical thing to submit a
bill authorizing such a school.
After fully investigating con
ditions local people have decid
ed to do this and they are
ready to put the well known
brand of Pendleton energy
this war. It was true of Gen.
Grant in our war.
Without the tremendous na
tional effort of many months
past for organization, training,
accumulation of munitions and
expert study of the military
back of the move with a view ! problem. Gen. Brusiloff could
to succeeding. The merit of j not have done what he did. But
the plan is so great and such jwhat other general could have
influential support has already done it with them?
been enlisted that victory seems j It is said that conditions
Almost certain. were exceptionally favorable
Aside from establishing a to his attack, for it was begun
normai Khool for eastern Ore-'or June 4, a Sunday which the
Ron the constitutional amend- "fficers of the central powers
ment being submitted will vali bad devoted to too jovial cele
Oute the locations of the uni- brations of the German naval
versity. the agricultural col-1 'victory" in the North Sea. Any
lege, the Monmouth norma! advantage due to this reason
nnd the normal school at Ash- must, however, have been only
land. However, the measure local and temporary, whereas
provides nothing for those in- Gen. Brusiloff has been victor
htitution., outside of the valida- ious on a line almost as long as
tion feature. If the Ashland from St. Louis to Chicago, has
normal is to be revived it will penetrated the German front
bi up to Ashland people to take to a depth of 60 miles in pla
the initiative in the matter and ces, has been averaging in cap
the people will then be able ture of prisoners from 13,000
to pass judgment as to wheth- to 15.000 a day and for good
or or not the school should be treasure captured 35,000 on
et at work again. the seventh day.
His first week of work shows
a great area of territory re
covered and a total of 140,000
prisoners taken.
What other allied general
has accomplished so much in a
single week since the battle of
the Marne? This new advance
into Galicia is, of course, made
under vastly different circum
stances from the former Russi
an advance, when the enemy
was much less powerfully or
ganized on the front.
It was not expected that
Russia would find the man to
show the allies how to break
the strongly fortified German j
lines, but Russia has discovered I
him. The man who showed us i
how to crush the Confederacy
was found in an obscure retir
ed subaltern in the then re-j
mote west, after the sophisti
cated east and the leaders of j
high rank had failed.
The Franco-Belgian front, I
the Italian front, the Salonikij
front all need a Brusiloff. St. i
Louis Post-Dispatch.
a
ChbsOat TO Mold Memorial.
WASHINGTON, June 20. Memor
ial services for Yuan Shi Kal will he
t.'M In W, h the '
gation announced, as a part of thvi
official funeral ceremonies fur the
dead president of China.
President Wilson, Kovermnent of
ficials and diplomatic, corpa In Wash
ington nlll be Invited to attend.
FOUR PROMINENT MEMBERS OF DEMOCRATIC PARTY
' 1 ' ll I
I mm STATES
DECLARE STATE OF
WAR TO NOW EXIST
BIN OLA and y COAT AM (.ovhkn.
Mi:vis ACT; ORBAT KXtHTK
MKNT PIIKVAIKS.
SA, DIBQO, Cal., June 2d Tha
Kovernor of the itatt of Blnola has
declared war on the t'nltcl states
cordlnjc to a radiogram from Com-
m.imler Arthur Kavanatiicli of the
nunhoat Annapoll. now at Mattatlan.
No further detail of the alleged la .
latation of h.iKtllltleH were cliron In
tho mcusaire. which wax directed to
Admiral Wlnl0W, or the Pacific fleel
here.
QALVBSTON, Tev. Jun
Mexican government In Yuca
iKHUed a proclimatlon order
Americana out of Mexico and
Ing a utato of war exist ln
the two counlrlea, according
lenfera arriving here on the
glan steamer Nils, from I'rogn
erlcana and oilier foreigners a
taken on hoard nn American
at Progreso. (treat excllemen
to prevail,
n The
tan has
ng all
d solar
between
to pas-
Norwe
so Am
re being
gunboat
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Argentina Mot Hooking loan.
Bt'ENOS AIRKS, June 20. The
Minister of Finance, I ir. Francisco Ol
iver, has denied reports that the Ar
gentine government was negotiating
for a loan of from $.TO,000,000 ttt
1100,000,000 In New York.