Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View This Issue
: 1 i ' i it' 4'"
tl, TAOS FOUS.
, DAILY- EAST OS.EGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 30..1030.
NEWSPAPER ' x t '
(H ADVANCE) '
,niinpg naiiy ana Mfml weekly, at
t' rennipwm, tires-nn. njr the
AT OIlhJHOSIAN 1'11HUSH1.V1 CO.
Kutered at the poatorric at Pendie
tOB, Oracon, as sacond-ciaas nail
Daily, on year, by mall .. 5 0
l XT KIT.n T XT tvuvn jx.i...
4afrrial Hotel Nwe stand, Portland.
ON riL,K AT
f?hlAaaA RliraBii filta U.nn.IlM TY..II..
amiiv. monina. nv mail fill
Daily, three montha by mail . l.lf,
iiy, one montn ny man .50
laily. one year bv carrier 1 Rn
Waahlncloa. D. O., Bursau &01 Four
teenth ntret, N. W.
t, Mrwmhrr ef the Aaaeelareej Pre-aa
"Ttifi Aaeociatfd Pre la exclusively
entitled lo the UH for republication of
II nwi di.patchea credited lo it or
Hoi ' otherwise credited In thla paper
and alao tha local ntwi published here
in. Dally, six months by carrier J.T5
laily, three montha by carrier ... 1.R5
naiiy. one month, by carrier
A l 1 14x1"
Semi-Weekly, one year, by mall 1.50
isemi-weeKiy. six montna, by mall .75
. Thebne special thing that
, , makes you like Lucky Strike
x 'in a cigarette or pipe is
Semi-Weekly, four montha. by mail .50
this entirely different flavor, ,.
. . of toasted Burley tobacco, w
AVHKX IOVJJ lll sluni T1IK TV.H
' . ' x . . . i'-l
i Fy Prank L. Slant on.)
In the meetln' house tlytt day love the tun was raisin;
Whan her bright eyes beameil my way there waa grace a-maaln'!
tVhat the parson said no doubt was the tame old atory:
Anyway, my soul that day felt like shoutin' "Glory!" '
Old hymns rinsn sweet an clear, heavenly light it crowned her;
There were anitels hoverln' near flutterin wines around her.
Leastways, so It seemed to me; and I said, a-aifrnin':
"Hweeter face is hem. to me, than any angel's flyinV
life's been sweeter ever since; to Its Joys I'm cllnsrin; i '
In the silence of my soul 1 go to Heaven a-sinsfinK';
I'm Rlad the ana-els on that day, when all the grace, waa Riven. 1
Could not persuade my dream o love to follow them to Heaven! -
-opyrighted for the Kast OreRonian Puh. Co.
THE ONE BIG QUESTION
GOVERNOR COX frankly declares he believes the Unitedj
States should joirr the League .of Nations, adopting any i
, reservations that may be needed to make our position'
jflear and Isafe.' " '"" ; - ' ' ! " - f:- f
. .Senator Harding has officially declared his opposition to j
the league and to the treaty- He has advised that the whole
thing- be thrown overboard, that a separate peace be made with
' Germany and that an attempt be made to revive the Hague tri
ibtinal. ,, .' . . ... - vh-
if I This is the overshadowing thing about the election. : The fact
"ne man is a democrat and the" other a republican is secondary
i.o the world at large it is immaterial wnicn party controls in:
America, but it is of vital interest wrhether or not this country'
loins the lea true. With the league in operation civilization will
'have-the most effactive machine ever devised for preventing-:
.wars. , Without the league we will be where we were in 1914.;
Having just endured the horror and the 10S3 of a, big iire..the
world will still be left without a fire department.
v. While this situation obtains of what consequence are party;
tis? Is it worth while to think of party when a great issue tike
his is at stake. Had partisanship governed in 1860 Lincoln
Would not have been elected president because the republican
ijarty was then a minority party, having just been organized.
The election in 1860 was fought out on the strength of the prin-;
Mciple involved. Why not decide this election on the same basis?"
f.vt; The leaders of both big parties have expressed willingness to
'Jiave the league issue referred to the people for settlement. That
vbeing the case, are not people freed from any of the usual obli-,
Rations to party. Is it not incumbent on .them to vote .theiu
league views rather than any choice dictated by party regular
ity? , ' '-.. ' I'.;! '
jfjj How are we to have a referendum on the League of Nations
issue unless people lay asfde minor considerations that may be:
iiavolved and vote their convictions on the one BIG QUESTION?.
, tobacco Imperfect almost
i Txoo4-ii.rf A:'otia Wi. "f. :
Toasting seals in the Bdrleyi'V
. flavor ."Toasting closeV thi, S
pores in each leaf ; The Burley .
(p ivhen you light your cigarettt) ,
ii for pipel Heat seals it in, heat
" releases it7 - .- f-.,-- T
,(Vou know tEeweya bec.
xi,.5 i.r' c'.i. -Tilt,
irvvi av.9 uu uuoc jr , WJcata m Mil
TneXlplirMmin hnnpw uvifh a f riar.
fto havethobrigirial Burleytt
( flavorToiil hand tvhent you
Try Lucky Str3tedetj1
for . yoorself I howTt casting'
, makelthqflarvordentioafia. .
. 1 , . , ,
JUVENILE COURTS ABROAD
. HE example set by the United States in establishing juve
. - nile courts has now been followed by all the principal
V countries of Europe. Spain, the last to fall in line, ha
now adopted the modern viewpoint that delinquent children
should not be treated as criminals, but rather as victims of ad
verse conditions and surroundings. In working out the details
i(f th,e law Spanish authorities have followed America's experi
t.ace, according to information received by the Children's Bu--r-eau
of the United States Department of Labor. , . a, , 1
, f Under the Spanish law the children's judge ia not necessarily
member of the bench. .He is assisted by two advisory mera
; bers appointed by the commission for the protection of children.
Privacy is guarded very closely in the Spanish juvenile courts;
-ne one except probation officers is allowed in the court except by
special permission, and the press is forbidden to publish any.in-j
Jormation about cases of juvenile delinquents. .
Pii Since, Chicago established the first juvenile court in 1809
(Similar courts have been established in England, prance, Bel
gium, Holland, Denmark, Switzerland, Italy, Germany. Russia,
Austria and Hungary. . : T .f?
... 1 '
Pendleton is a live progressive town and needs the most com
petent, wide awake city government obtainable. This seems to
have been the general view of those who have urged George
Hartman to runor mayor and if so they were right. Mr. Harti
,ruan is a public spirited businessman, who has always been cosv
sistently loyal to the city and its interestss., The time for filing
petitions is almost up and Mr. Hartman's announcement is a bit
ft good, news- It looked Jike the city election might be going by
default. V , r , : i ' -. . . .. s
' ; TWeasiest way to exclude the Japanese is for Uncle Sam to
join the League of Nations. We could then do as we pleased
about immigration, that being a domestic question, and Japan
could not fight us without fighting all other members of the
league- . t v-';-. ;.
If the state has any more money for road work then pave the
new highway from The Dalles to Pendleton. While our own
roads are impassable what's the use of listening to such hair
brained suggestions as the Umatilla-Wallula road?
I Newspapers supporting Harding assert he subscribed for
for stock in a Marion, Ohio, brewery "just to help the town."
Uut is that why he voted against prohibition in the District of
Columbia? , . 4 ' -; ' .-
i v Those Chicago ballplayers who sold out during the world se
.; last ver did much towards destroying the eame wherebv
they had been making large salaries.
."1. .. -wit 't ' '--' !. !.- ! :! a
n c o m t a j,.
Vaa V f ---- - 1 0?4
'which means that if yoju. don't like LUCKY STRIKE j
you can gefyour money bacit trom tne acaicr, .
SCHOOL DISTRICT PUTS
: UP SHED FOR HORSES
(Rist Oregonian Special.)
ADAMS, Sept 30. A new shed has
ben tiullt at the school house to shel
ter the horses belonging to the school
children who ride in from the country.
. Church services were, held in the
Bapttstt church on Sunday at 11:00' a.
to. and 8 pi m. Mrs. Jolliff surprised
the people iwtth a special reading en
"If we Gain the Whole World and
Loose the Most Important Part, Our
Soul." A large audience was in at
Sulivan Riemer and Allen Tompson
motored to - Adams .today. . --. ...
Mr. and Mrs. - Doan and daughter
Pauline, returned home after an out
ing of several weeks ai Meacham. '
O.1 A.- Simpson of Pendleton was in
Adams today. , , -' ; -
-John Blake went to Athena today to
Mrs. .Will Boyer and daughters mo
tored to Adams Tuesday.
Frank Martin of Pendleton motored
t Adams today.,
Mrs. Henry Bans and children of
Walla Walla were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. T. IJeuallen for the week end.
Mr. Pell a former resident of Adama
motored through Monday. - ' -'
Mrs. Henry Bunch was in Pendleton
"Will Htoldman, Mrs. C. C. Bowling
and daughter Bilene of La Grande, Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Mayberry and Miss
Helen Blake motored to Pendleton
Mr. and Mrs. Doan of Kentucky, are
the guests of their son, Mr. and Mrs.
Doan of Adams. - ( '
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Whiteley attend
ed" the Pendleton Round-Up Saturday.
Mr. end Mrs. T. A. T-Jensllen attend-
ed the Pendleton Konnd-T'n. ' brother, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wnllan. the PemUetn Roiind-fp Snturdny. day. ; ' .
- Mr. and Mrs. Claude WaIMn of rda- They came to attend (be Round-t'pC " Mr. and Mrs. ot.is IJeuallen atten; Mr.TtHrtlUrli." John 8pmc"t-'a
ho are the guests of his mother and Miss Helen and Ila Biake attendod ed the Pendleton Mound-I'p all threotho lenill-H-n noimd-T'n Wartirday.
Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cure
'b, local aPPBfatlon. tMr
Ux ai JT"" o . .arrh al Deafne.a,
l - .t ! ii f ir.t-rI remaflr
uJ b7 rr"n4IU0.' of th.
,,s llnlnr Of tha Euatachlao Tuba.
'rmWInl i"d or Imperfect h.arlnn, , rij
.nttrely cloaad. Deafnesa la tha
ii ha Innammatlon caa ba-
PREMIER HARA FINDS
OLD SCHOOL-MATE IN
. T0KI0, RICKSHA MAN
TOKIO, Sept. ' 0. (A. P. ) Pre
mier Hara -isited his native town i
few days ago. He hired a ricksha at
the station. After a few steps, the
ricksha man turned around and said
Aln I you Mr. Hara? "Yes,' . an
swered the Premier, "and who are
you ?' t
The ricksha man gave his name and
it then was discovered that the two
had been 'school-mates many yeara
ago. They spent a happy hal dayl
lugeruer utijuujf mar via naive. .
"California Syrup of Fies"
Child's Best LaxativtT,
Accept "California" Byrup of Figs
only look for the name California on
the package, then you are sure your
child is having the best and most
harmless physic for the little stomach,
liver and bowels. Children love Its
fruity taste. Full directions tm each
it in - ;-ifr i ,
TrUtl ailTT.. OmMY
f W ( C
,-l . . ..Vaaaaa,,.
Spreads the bread for millions.
If you think' you must apologize to yourself
or anyone else for using Nneoa, tlien leave it
'..alone. - . ' 'U "
There isn't aiiytliing purer or sweeter in all the world Prejudice is a tlijcf. Eat
Nucoa and be proud of it. We eat it and enjoy it and would not of fer it to you on any
Nucoa Butter Go.
San Francisco, Cat , '
, Distributed by r "
''';. " Spokane, Wash. ; J :
m tam.1 ui. rare roon mimai nn.
- r- . .-j-j..-t J-f1,-TTrr-...rrrr.nr.Tr.