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IS DEEMED SELFISH
lllllNGlNG IT DOWN.
(By Frank L. Stanton.).
From platform high. In field and town, .
They're brinsing the cost of living down;
Orators loud . ,
Trench to the crowd
To the sad consumers, whose heads are bowed!
O, they're bringing the cost of living down!
Will It come with a crash from skies that frown.
To the jny of the wise and the Milage clown?
When the world, grown gray, ,
Has passed away,
"We'll hear that cry, as it rings today:
"We're bringing the cost of living down!"
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LABOR'S LEADER PREFERS PROGRESS
ri AMUEL GOMPEES, in the current issue of the American
Federationist, says :
' "The two leading candidates for the presidency have
clearly defined their attitude toward the great public issues of
; "In effect Senator Harding says, 'Let us return to normalcy.'
"Governor Cox says, 'I am for progresss.'
"Unquestionably in the mind of Senator Harding a return
tj normal means a return to the conditions that existed before
the war a return to something that is past It ia clear then
that in keepingwith the spirit of the republican platform Sena
tor Harding's personal desire is to follow a course that leads
backward and if elected to lead the nation in such a course.
'Governor Cox proclaims a desire to go forward and a de
termination to lead the nation in a forward course if he is elected
to the presidency. , ' ' .
"Both of these statements are abstractions and of themselves
mean nothing beyond a definition of the general trend of
thought of the candidates. The important fact is, however, that
the platform of the parties upon which these candidates stana
and their own personal philosophies lead mevitaDie ana namr
allv ud to the concisions found in those two brief utterances.
"The denial of any desire on the- part of the American peo
ple to go backward to anything that is past nas Deen iouna n
practically every public expression which the people have been
sihlp tn mak-p in rprpnt months.
"The interest of the great masses of our people can be best
served only by the elections of the candidate whose declarations
and whose record offer the best assurance of intelligence and in
tegrity in the future." , '".
A WORTH-WHILE TOURIST AGENCY
THE war restrictions directed the attention of tourists as
- never before toward "seeing America first," and the tide
is not likely to be diminished by the reopening of the
gates to Europe. ' We have been aroused to the unparalleled
Stenic resources of our own continent. We have always had the
scenery but not until recent years had any intelligent effort been
made to get the people to realize the facts. The Swiss Federal
railways and the various steamship and tourist agencies had ex
ploited the grandeur of the Alps, the impressiveness of the Nor
wegian fjords, the allurements of the Scotch highland, until
Europe was accepted as the logical destination of the tourist,
i We have an infinite variety of natural attractions, many of
which are incomparably greater than anything Europe has to
offer, and the people of this country are awakening to that
truth. One of the most effective agencies of enlightenment
along that line is maintained by Oregon and Washington and
the province of British Columbia. Those governments have join
ed in financing the Pacific Northwest Tourist association to sup
ply free of charge reliable information as to the attractions and
lesourcesof the international Pacific Northwest. .
That organization has performed invaluable service to the
area it represents and to the thousands of travelers who have
gone from the eastern parts of this country and Canada. It has
educated tens of thousands of us stay-at-homes as to the wond
ers of the Pacific Northwest and aroused an interest that makes
r nmanor-Hvo visitors, or at least intelligently apprecia
tive admirers. The Pacific Northwest Tourist Association has
set an example that should result in similar undertakings in oth
er parts of the country that too long nave negiecieu ww aooCu
they have in nature's scenic marvels. -Indianapolis Star. t
NO WONDER HE NEEDED MONEY
rr ESTIMONY before the senate investigating committee
I was to the effect that the headquarters conducted by
Henry M. Blair, assistant treasurer of the Harding force
a v, rnr.r.ov rHmr pvnprt cost $70,000 a week tor ma in ten
nce. This expense included the cost of stenographers, rent,
clerks and messengers. The chief solicitor in Chicago was paid
tenn anA ha v.H S00 exDert solicitors on his payroll
;,. jo v,o oiitknr nf tho now famous Dhrase. "Boys, get the
money." With such an army of com diggers to keep up it is easy
to understand why Blair tried to put mucn pep mw ju
NEW YORK. Oct. 4. (A. F.)
The slogan "America First" Is unpop
ular among Europeans who deem
an expression of Bolfishnesa, aecord
lag to the ltev. Charles S. MacKar
Ujuid, general secretary of the federal
council of the Churches of Ch.'tst 1
America who has Just returned from
a series of religious conrerence
Switzerland aiffl a speaking tour or
Western European cities.
i r or an American id wj m itutwiw
I at this time is humlliuting and some
times almost disheartening," aaid Dr.
MucFarland. '"I found the people
there confused. - They do not know
what to make of America's present
aloofness: It seems to them Buch
sharp contrast to our attitude during
the war. I found the people or Eu
rope Industriously working at the
problems of reconstruction. While
their economic needs are great, qne of
their geatest needs at the present
time Is that of moral support.
The American nation and the Am
erlcan people, on the whole, have not
as yet suffered Irretrievably In the
estimation of Europeans," continued
Dr. MacFarland. "They still believe
in us and look to us for help. ut
thoughtful Europeans are disturbed
about one phrase which freQuently
reaches across the sea 'America
First." To them It sounds like the
wards that used to come froiiKacross
the Rhine 'Deutschland uber alles
nt with the same aggressiveness, but
with something of the same selfish-
PRIEST CHIDES IRISH
DITNDALK, Ireland, Oct. 4.
Father Nicholas Lawless, a noted
Louth priest, told to the promoters of
a meeting recently held in Dundalk In
aid of expelled Belfast workers mat
they were "beginning at the wrong
"The way to save our people In the
north is to end at once the crimes
that are disgracing Catholic ireianu
both north and south," he adds.
"It is those crimes that enraged
and no wonder the workers of Bel
fast who have said they will let Cath
olic workers return to work when the
shooting of men of the Royal Irish
Constabulary and others stops. It is
all very well to denounce , 'reprisals'
but who will say that reprisals are as
wicked as the crimes that povoke
"Instead of boycotting Belfast let
us all loin in boycotting murderers
and burnings. There is no other way
to cure the ills of the north and
south." . i
NEARLY 100 JAPANESE
TOKIO Oct. 4. (U. T.) The past
month has been an extremely stormy
one in Japan, one typhon alter anotner
having swept various parts ot the
While total figures of the damage
wrought have not yet been compiled, it
is certain that hundreds, of lives,
thousands of homes and large quanti
ties of crops and other property have
Incomplete records for only a part of
the prefectures show that 91 persons
were killed, fifteen are missing and 65
seriously Injured. Two hundred forty
two houses were washed away. 18
were damaged and more than 19,800
SUNDAY SCHOOLS TO
CONVENE THIS WEEK
rmatilla county's annual Sunday
Kt hool convention will be held here
Wednesday and Thursday of this week
in the Prenliyterian church, ueiegates
from all parte of the county and from
all the rotentant churches of l'endle
ton, wiU attend.
Miss Elizabeth Parker, of Portland,
SKHiKtattt secretary of th Oremm State
. IS UPHELD BY COURT
SAT.RM Oct 2. (A. P.) The su
preme court yesterday upheld picket
ing by Portland shoe clerks but denies
the right of union Jewelers to picket.
The difference was that the Jewelers
were striking for rcognition or ineir
union, while the shoe clerks were
striking to enforce their contract. ,
A luxury !T
' but popular priced
IF mada in tmalt quantities, as a luxury
facial soap, Palmolive would bt very ex
pensive. Palm and Olive oils are importci
from over-seas. Their price is naturally hi&h.
But the demand for Palmolive keeps our
factories working day and nisht. We pur
chase these rare oils in enormous quantities.
This keeps the cost of manufacture low and
fcives you the finest of facial soaps made at
the price of an ordinary cleanser.
Simple, Sure arid Easy
thi3 way to a pretty skin -
HiRE is the sure way to a smooth,
healthy, bloomin&skin. An easy way ,
so simple tht many women will say it
can't bit tma. '
It calls foe no medication, it requires no
special treatment. It ia simply helping
nature by aiding the natural action of the
skin. , "'. -
Forwhen you know the skin is composed of '
countless minute glands and tiny pores you
will understand that it must be kept clean.
Accumulations of dirt, oil and dried per
spirarion clog andirritate andu&ly blotches,
This cleansing can only be done with soap,
pure, soothing soap which does its work
without harshness. Such soap is yours in
Palmolive, mildest yet most thorough of
In classic days Palm and Olive oils served
records picture their use and record the
1 Now, though centuries have passed, these
: same oriental oils still hold their place as
cleansing cosmetics. Their blend in Palirt-
It has produced a soap with a thick, pene
trating lather, which cleanses like magic
' while it soothes,leaving the skin smooth as
velvet. , ,
If you value the health of your skin, wash
your face daily wash it thoroughly. Wash
it with Palmolive Soap.
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BOLSHEVIKI ARE PUT
WARSAW,' Oct. 2. (A. P.) De
feat of the Russians on the Polish
northern front today seems virtually
complete. Soviet troops are reported
fleeing eastward In disorder with the
Poles in close pursuit. Military ex
perts say the Polish victory eliminates
all chance of an offensive by the bol-
hevlkt . . . J -sb)
The Pole? are less than S5 miles
from Vllna and the advance is confin
Quality PRINTING . at Reasonable Prices
V!. East Oregonian rrmting Department.
Zemo, the Clean, Antiseptic
Liquid, Gives Prompt Relief
There is one safe, dependable treat
ment that relieves itching torture and
that cleanses and soothes the skin.
Ask any drugsrist fura35c or 4.1 bottle
of Zemo and apply it as directed, boon
vou will lind that irritations, pimples,
blackheads, eczema, blotches, rineworm
and similar skin troubles will disappear.
Zemo. the penetratirs. satisfying
liquid, is all that is needed, lor it
bumshes most skin eruptions maKet
the tkm soft, smoulh and healthy.
Six L. W. Kusc C Cirvtl"" v
Sunday School Association, was here
on Saturday for an all day conference
with local pastors and Sunday School
leaders. Plans for the convention
v ere worked out and a program of ad
dresses, music and entertainment ar
ranged. Miss Parker went to Milton
and Freewater today and will organize
that district for attendance at the
meeting. She will return tomorrow or
James Hoskins, of Stanfield, is pres
ident of the county association. The
local committee in charge of the con
vention, consists of Rev. O. I Clark,
pastor of the Presbyterian 'church;
Rev. John Secor, pastor of the Metho
dist church; Rev. J. M. Cornelison,
pastor of Tutuilla church; Miss Grace
A. Gilliam, Will Pen land, superinten
dent of lhe Baptist Sunday School; E.
O. Iraper and Mrs. Margaret Hoover,
of the Christian church.
The opening session will be at 7: SO
Wednesday evening. There will be a
reception and maws meeting with open
discussion on "HhaU We Abolish the
Sunday School?" Pastors and super
intendents will lead the discussion and
Judge B. A. Iwell will be one of the
principal speakers of the evening. The
ct.nventioii will continue through
TnureUay eveuiue. ...
OUTLINED BY HARDING
I.ANGFOHD TO BOX HERMAN.
PORTLAND, Ore., Oct. 4. (A. P.)
8am Langford. veteran negro heavy
weight. Is scheduled to box here Oc
mlwr aaainst "Tiny" Herman, Ta-
coma, in the main event of the open
ing boxing show of tne i2o-imi
Will Tt P1UOE TO DROP.
PORTLAND, Oct. 2. (U. P.) The
price of flour will be reduced 40 cents
per barrel Monday and butter will
then drop three cems.
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