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T1IK FKOSTT DAYS
(By Frank U Stanton.)
Fix them backlogs for the chimney:
Now you glimpse the frosty days.
An' you'll hear the cpld wind whistle,
An' you'll see the tire blase!
Chuck the red coals, heat the griddle,
Fix up fer the dancin' set.
Fetch the banjo and the fiddle.
An" thank the Lord you're livin' yet!
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FOR A GREATER PENDLETON i
THERE are a number of measures on the city ballot and
they should have the attention of local people so they
may vote intelligently at the city election which is held
XMOvember 2 at the same time as the eeneral election.
One of the local measures provides fof the Durchase bv the
city of the vacant block by the Catholic church for the sum of
$8000. Keal estate men say theTroperty is worth that or more,
as values go in Pendleton. It is obvious that if the block is not
purchased and some buildings should be erected on the property
it would then be difficult to secure this tract for municipal
needs. So if action is ever to be taken now is the time.
It is the intention if the city secures the block to put it to
grass so as to make it an attractive place that may be used for
park or playground purposes. Tentative steps have also been
taken by a committee representing various civic organizations
to secure a tract in the west end of town but owing to the refusal
of one owner to sell this deal is not yet in shape for action. If
the East Oregonian understands the matter correctly the com
mittee is going to continue on the job until in some way the
problem of a west end block for parking purposes is solved.
Naturally, the defeat of the measure to buy the block by the
Catholic church would be a dampener on further efforts of this
If you believe in parks and playgrounds for a growing city
you may give practical expression to your views by voting to pur
chase the one remaining vacant block .in the east end of town.
PARIS Anatole France, whosa
real name la Jacques Thlbaolt,
world noted author, is soon to
wed Mil. Emma La PravnttM
eordliiff to announcement. Franc
to 77 years -old and la. by eom.
noil' consent, the leading critic or
France. Ten years ago he wax
reported engaged to Mile. Brit .
deau, well-known actress.
, HE League of Nations council has taken steps looking to
wards securing a mandatory for Armenia the new re
public whose people suffered the tortures of hell because
they believed in the Christian religion. The league which Mr.
Harding says is dead is spreading its protecting arm over poor
Armenia and the arrangement is that the expense shall be joint
ly borne by the members of the league. There are 43 nations
now in the league and the pro rata expense will be slight. Bleed
ing Belgium will pay her part so will war ridden Poland and the
great nation that held them back at Verdun. But the United
States according to Harding and Lodge must not do these things.
We must play "America First." Ye Gods.
IM KYLE has been interviewed by a Portland paper to the
effect the wheat farmers of the country are starving be
cause they cannot sell their wheat and that the country is
being-flooded with Canadian wheat. On the same day the East
Oregonian had an interview from H. W. Collins, real grainman,
dealer, farmer and miller, saying that 60 per cent of the wheat
of Umatilla county has been sold and moved and that the wheat
sold has averaged $2.20 per bushel on a No.. 1 basis, no wheat
selling for less than f 2 per bushel No. 1 basis. Simultaneously
the market quotations show wheat prices at Winnipeg to be ma
terially higher than in Chicago. .
Problem What kind of mince pie did Jim Kyle eat to have
such a dream?
Senator Reed, who had a curious war record and has always
been a bitter foe of the peace treaty and the league, has bolted
Governor Cox and the Missouri democratic senatorial candidate.
Is that not a signal for pro league republicans who believed in
the war and oppose a separate peace to flock to Cox?
Should the so-called four per cent interest law be adopted by
the people of Oregon on November 2 the chief sufferer will be
the man who wants to borrow money. tucn a law wouia simpiy
drive money into-other states where higher rates prevail. The
man who submitted this measure manifestly was lacking in com
mon business experience. ;
Will Hays and hiss pro German vice chairman are sure of a
victory for the candidate who opposes the League of Nations
and favors separate peace. In 1917 the kaiser was informed by
German agents in this country that America would not enter the
war and tha if it tried to do so the people would revolt.
Over 40 Countries Have United
With League or Have Made
Applications for Member
ship in Peace Corps.
WASHINGTON, D. C Oct. !S.
From data lately received at the State
Department from the Secretariat of the
League of Nations, it appears that the
United States will be In the event of
Harding success, .the only nation in the
western hemisphere not a member of
the League of Nations. Canada and
Cuba are members and ol the seven
teen countries of Latin America,
twelve are now members, Bolivia,
Brazil, Guatemala. Peru and Vruguay
being original members and Argentina,
Chile and all other Latin American
Nations except Costa Rica and Mexico
having Joined the League since Its for
mation. Costa Rica having overthrown
a dictatorship and formed a real re
public Its application for membership
in the League will no doubt be granted
In November. Mexico, aided by the
policy of President Wilson, has form
ed a stable anl legitimate government
and will soon petition for admittance
tn thn League and Its application Is
exnected to be granted.
This "will leave the United States the
sole western nation outside the League
of Nations. .
Tho membership of the league as
consituted on September 30 Is as fol
Great Britain, France, Italy, Japan,
Belgium, Bolivia, Brazil, China, cuoa.
Greece, Guatemala, Haiti. uoena,
Peru; Poland, Portugal, Kingaom 01
the Serbs, Groats and Slovenes (Jugo
slavia); Rumania , Siam, Chechoslo
Great Britain includes ail us colon
China became a member of the Lea
gue by ratifying the treaty with Austria.
Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Den
mark, Nethet lands. Norway, raragua,,
Persia, Salvador, Spain, Sweden, owii-
Nations Applvl" Admittance
f-.hnin Mnland. Georgia, Iceland,
Letvla, Luxemburg, Monaco, S. Marino,
ITlrran fnata. Rica. Armenia, U"-""
tensteln, Bulgaria (unofficial.)
"I am so nervous it seems as though L should fly" " My nerves
are all on edge""! wish I were dead." IIov often have we heard
these expressions or others quite as extravagant from some loved one
who has been brought to this state by some female trouble which
r has slowly developed until the ner es can no longer stand up under it.
'No woman should allow herselt to drift into this condition without
fiving that good old-fashioned .-ootand herb remedy Lydia E. Pink
am's Vegetable Compound a trial.. , ". . . . ,
Read the Letters of These Two Women.
Xorth Rist, Md. "Iwas In ill health
four or live years' and dtwtored wiih
one doctor after another but iumio
helped me. I was irroguhr mill had
such terrible pain in- my Uuelc, lower
part of my body and down each ido
that I had to go to bed three or four
days every month, i .ras vory nervous,
tired, could not sleep end could not eat
without getting siok. A friend asked
me to take Lydia K. Pinkkam's Vege
table Compound and I am sorry I did
not take h sooner for it has helped me
wonderfully. I don't have to go to bed
with the pain, can eat withoutf berny
eick and hare more strength. I recom
mend your medicine and you are at
litierty to publish my testimonial."
Elizaheth Wbaver, Ii. It. 2, North
East, lid. .
, Jlinnenpolis.Minn. "I wasiun down
and liHi vouR, ulil not restat night and .
was more tired in the morning thnn '
when I went to bed I have tw hil
drent the youngest three months old
and it was drudgery to care for them
as I felt so irritable and generally worn
out. From lack of rest and appetite
my baby did not got enough nourish
ment from my milk so I started to give
him two bottle feedings a day. After
taking three bottles of Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable) Compound I felt like
a new woman, full of life and energy.
It is a pleasure to care for my children,
and I a:n very happy with tliem ana
feel fine. I nurse my baby exclusively
again, and can't say too much for your
medicine. Mrs. A. i anr.i.EB,
E, 24th titfiliuneapoli, Minn.
Nervous, Ailing Women -Should Rely Upon
TWO DIK IX PLANE.
REDWOOD CITY, Calif., Oct. 22.--(U
p )An amateur aerial pilot and
a Chinese gin t '
ger. were killed wnen
crashed to eartn ioir --
have not been identified. o one wit
nessed the accident.
.tt' Ivn r-alif.. Oct. 22. (U. P.)
Three persons are dead and another
is dying from nm" "-"Z
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; Breakfast Bell Syrup, 1-2 gallon ..
Breakfast Bell Syrup, 1 gallon
! Best Crepe Toilet Paper, 3 rolls
Sweet Spuds, 3 pounds
'Hills Blue Coffee 1 pound, 40c; 3 pounds, $1.15
I Ensign Coffee, 1 pound package -40c
I Crisco 1 1-2 lb., 55c; 3 lbs., $1.00; 6 lbs, $2.00
f Cottelena 4 lbs., $L40; 8 lbs. net, $2.50
ii t LYDIA C.PINKMAM MEDICINE COprNNTHASS. " ' HI
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HUNDRED TRAPPED BY PALMER SAYS ANOTHER
LOS ANGELES BLAZE
Candidate for Representa
tive from Umatilla county,
Resident of Umatilla county
for 57 years. Favors effi
ciency in office and strict
economy in state and county
.Vote X No. 58 j
(Paid Adv.y 4TQ
Edith Strong. Miss Renos, a nurse and
Joseph Freitas. a patient, are dead.
RREIIAN 65 YEARS
local hospital. Dr.
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 22. (A. P.)
One young woman. Miss L. K. Hep
burn, bookkeeper for the Coast Enve
lope Company, was killed and the!
lives of several others are believed by
the firemen to bd lost in a fire which
completely wrecked a five story build
ing in the wholesale district. Fifty
hysterical girls, huddled on the roof
and surrounded by flames, were res
cued by firemen. The loss was S300,-
Several Bailly Burned.
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 22. (U. P.)
Several persons are believed burned
to death; In a fire which partially de
stroyed a building In the wholesale
district. The body of Miss Laura
Hepburn, bookkeeper, was recovered.
?ore than 100 persons were trapped in
the building when the flames spread
rapidly through the four-story struc
ture. Nearly all were rescued. Mever-
al women were severely burned. At
least one may dla. The loss was 1200,
000. Four wholesale firms occupied
the building. : " ' ' '
LEAGUE IS IMPOSSIBLE
JERSEY CITY, N. J., Oct. 15.
Senator Harding's proposal for an as
sociation of nations as a substitute for
the league plan is "ridiculous to the
point of absurdity," and "futile to
the point of impossibility," Attorney
General Palmer said tonight, making
his first speech In the presidential
campaign. Provisions of the existing
league covenant, as signed, he said, by
39 nations, would not allow them to
consider American proposals for a new
Defending the existing convenant,
particularly against republican charges
that It involved limitations of the war
making power of congress, Mr. Palmer
cited u number of treaties now In ef
fect, "By treaty agreements to submit
differences betmeen the C S. and othei
nations to arbitration, to remove war
ships from the great Lakes and to de
fend the Republic of Panama against
aggression, Mr. Palmer said, the Unit
ed States had several times formally
limited the right of congress to use or
refrain from using the country's var
'The covenant of the league of na
tlons" deals with exactly the same dt.
jacts as the treaties mentioned,", ho
TI'.XAN DIMS AT 101 YEARS
DEN1SON, Tex., Oct 22. (A. P.)
Colonel J. F. McDougall, 101 years
old, wealthy North Texas financier
and pioneer settler of Orayson coun
ty died today, lie was born In Canada.
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OALIOl. O.-T. B. BJJtj of
town, bm .taJ 'Si
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ver of af.
Cabaret Dancing Every Evening at the
Basement St George Hotel
Come and dance to your heart's content
amid the most favorable surroundings.
We beg to announce that .we Have pur
chased the Insurance business heretofore
conducted by Joe' Kerley, located at 721
Main street, Pendleton, at which location we
will continue this' business.
On behalf of the former owner we desire
to thank you for the patronage you have so
kindly extended and trust that we may be
favored with a continuance of the same-
We are thoroughly familiar with the In
surance business and the needs of the in
suring public, and herewith offer you our
service in any matter relating to all kinds
of insurance. , ;;MstoilLltai&
Yours very truly,
BENTLEY & HODGES