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(By Frank U Stanton.)
Tahiti the country as we find R,
. Hot or aold.jwe, never mind it; ,
Thankful for the grace of living;
Earth U kind and heaven forgiving;
Bella of Joy forever ringing.
Till we start the stars a-singing.'
Takin' the country, day by day.
As the gift of the ages sent our way;
Best old country we ever knew, '
Turning a sunny face to you,
Tht-re, on the hills of high endeavor.
Where shadowless sunlight falls forever.
Copyrighted for the East Oregonian Publishing Co.
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I HE finding of Indian skeletons and relics Vy a construc
tion crew near Big Eddy will revive an interest in the
subject of those who peopled thi landibefore the white
man came. , It ia a fascinating topic to consider and we can rest
assured we could hear wondrous stories if the hills and rivers
of Eastern Oregon could talk. ... , ,
When Lewis and Clark made their famous journey to the
Pacific northwest in 1805 the Indians of this region were almost
totally ignorant of the white man and his ways. At a point near
Umatilla Captain Lewis shot a crane and immediately after do
ing so saw a group of frightened Indians rushing towards a
tepee not far away. At first they could not believe that Lewis
was mortal and reported he had dropped out of the sky accom
panied by a loud noise and a dead crane.
, Those stories of early day adventure, of exploration and of
early contact with the Indians are exceedingly interesting. How
much more gripping would the story be if we could lift the veil
and know what was going on before any white man came. .
- BRYAN'S INSULT
S BRYAN also an irreconcilable? Has he joined the bat
talion of death?
Incidentally, was his suggestion that the president re
sign a worthy thing to come from a man whom so many demo
crats have so long followed and who has been thrice honored by
them with nominations for the presidency? , , ,
Wasn't it enough for Mr. Bryan because he couldn't run the
San Francisco convention, to remain grandiloquently aloof and
self-importantly silent during the late campaign, without adding
to that act a cruel and deliberate insult to President Wilson?
Bryan has drifted from his irioorings. With his arbitration
treaties and by all his protestations, he was until recently a pro
fessed hater of war. But when in the late campaign he had a
chance to support a plan that would prevent war, he flew the
track. . ,
i . Mr. Bryan was for years a vociferous" advocate of progressive
government But when, in the late campaign, the very life of
progressivism was at stake on the choice for the presidency, Mr.
Bryan was as dumb as an oyster and as unconcerned as if he had
never heard of progresivism. Oregon Journal. i
' ATHENS. Greece Adtu'ral P.
(ouadourltlos hat been named re
lent of Greece to rule during the
minority of Prince Paul who is
lot autte 20 years old., PrlF-
Paul, younger brother of King1
Mexander who was killed by a
bonkeys bite, 'has beeo'fpro-
Ualmed king of. Greece. , . .
CHICAGO, Noy. S.ltf?i,5p)-l.A:.!pe-clal
greijid jury investigating bafeball
returned a final, report stating that
"while evidences has . been found that
some games were thrown by plnyers,
the practice was not general and lead
ers in organized baseball may be relied
upon to get the game above suspicion."
JAPAN l SANCTION
Palm cni Oti oih wtr diKovtrad in
ancient E&ypt 3,000 yean a?,o '
Money can V lay a greater Arury or turtr way to beauty
The easy way to beauty
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; , .ilk a sample, cawe 01 soap
TOKIO, XoV. 8. (A. P.) In ceil-
nectlon-with' reports that Washington
D. Vanderlip, representing an Ameri
can syndicate had obtained ' conces
sions in Siberia from the Russian so
viet government, the Japanese foreign
office issued a statement intimating
that Japan would not recognise any
private agreement which infringed
upon Japan's treaty rights with rela
tion to Russia, in as much as the so
viet government has not been recog
nized by the powers.
REJECTED SUITOR KJXXS TYPIST
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Nov. . (A. P.)
dna Ellis, the 18-year-ol:l typist
whose body was fo'ir.d with the throat
slashed in a vacant lot near her home
here Friday morning, was killed by
Albert Ellis, 21, a suitor because she
rejected his at'entions, af curding to a
signed confession Ellis has. made to
lite ;olicc.; ; ,:. '.
A LUXURY LOVING NATION
BOUT seven dollars a week or $348 a year is spent by the
average American family for luxuries, according to sta
tistics comniled for the government by Miss Edith
Strauss of the Women's Activities Department in the Depart
ment of Justice. These statistics show that the total average
expenditure of the people of the United States annually for
luxuries is ?8,7io,uou,uuu. - ,. . ,
Some of the more detailed figures follow : ' ' ' 1
"There is included in the total amount $2,110,000,000 spent
by the male population for tobacco. Of this sum $800,000,000
is snent for cigarettes and an equal amount for loose tobacco
and snuff, and $510,000,000 for cigars. Automobiles are put
in this list as luxuries with an annual expenditure of $2,000,000,
000. The total amount spent for candy is $1,000,000,000 ; for;
chewing gum, $50,000,000; for soft drinks, $350,000,000"; for
perfumes and cosmetics, $750,000,000; for furs $300,000,000;
lor toilet soaps, $400,000,000 and for pianos, organs and phono
graphs, $250,000,000. . ' ' '
"During 1919 the American people bought Government Sav
ings securities, Thrift Stamps, War Savings Stamps and Treas
ury Savings Certificates to the amount of $134,230,687 and
while all of these millions meant safe investment for money
which for the most part would not have been saved, it is signifi
cant that the total amount was inconsistent with the sum spent
for luxuries which might have been added to the national sav
T TOW' do you keen your face clean? Do
you fcive it a hasty daily washing witb,
any old soap? Or do you perhaps depend
on tiold creatrt' to remove dirt and. dust?
Either method is dangerous and invites bad
results; WoV'l t
Careless -washing makes the skin roufch and
coarse. Yet complexions &et soft and flabr y
without the tonic of water.
The"secret ls--make washinft your facte a
Teat beauty treatment. ' Ho -Iby usinj
Palmolive Soap, the beautifying cleanser.
The Palmolive lather is so mild that it
cleanses without irritation, no matter how
sensitive is your skin. 1
Profuse and creamy, it penetrates every tiny
pcjre, removing the dirt, dust and oil secre
tions, which.when nefelected.clo and irritate.
Apply Palmolive Cold Cream and apply it
liberally. If your skin is dry, use it both
before and after washing.
Palmolive is the scientific modern combina
tion of the Palm and Olive oils Cleopatra
used. It is the favorite facial soap of millions
who have learned that while you pay more
you can't buy better.
, ' Whywdoesn't it cfcf more?
Becauat the Palmolive factories work day mi niht to supply the demand.
Because the rart Palmolive in&redientt trv bought in enormous quantities.
Thus the price of Palmolirf is kept moderate no more than for ordinary
soap. It can be enjoyed by every woman and procured everywhere.
MONEY BIHJET IX CEMETERY
MOUNT HOLLY, N. J., Nov. 8. (A.
P.) Frank. J. James and Raymond
W. Schuck, both of Camded, have con
fessed,, according to the police, that
they killed Davis S. Paul, the Cam
den bank' runner, robbed him of J40,-
S00 in cash and buried the body in the
Jersey pines near Tabernacle. ' The
money was buried in' Evergreen, ceme
tery, in Camden and most of it has
been recovered, the officials stated to
night ", t
brrnsEAs victetlx mi rdetied
MISSOULA, Mont., Nov. 8. (A. P.)
Leon Richardson, . an overseas veter
an, whs found dead in an automobile
near Plains, 83 miles west of here, .this
morning, with two bullet holes in the
badlt of Hts'head.' - . , .. ... .
Officials working on the rase say
that there is no doubt that the man
nag murdered' and that the. killing
evidently occured some time Saturday
night. ' ,
' SHIPmVG HOARD NAMEI.
WASHINGTON,' Not. 8. (A.-P.)
It is understood tlio personnel of the
new shipping board will be announced
soon, to consist of Admiral Benson,
Chairman, John A.. Shacikleford, of
Tacoma, Joseph N. Teal of Portland
John A. Donald of New York; Freder
ick I. Thompson of Mobile, and two
others representing the Great Lakes
district, whose names are not - yet
Some scientist has invented a machine whereby it can bej
told whether or not a man is a Iiar. If it works he can find aj
wonderful field for his invention but it is too early for anyone
to get worried.
If these is nothing else exciting Portland can still fight with
. Seattle and Pendleton people can always listen to those travel
ers who tell us this is a much better town than Walla Walla.
The League of Nations may be dead but it seems to be hold
ing meetings right along and some very able bodied countries
are still enrolled. " 1. . ...
. BAN VOBVK Calif., Nov. 8. U.
) Mrs. Harold Thompson, 25, vbte
of a well known San Jose man was
beheaded In an automobile accident
near here' Saturday. She was driving
with' her husband along a county road
outside the city when the car plunged
irto a rail fence.- A flying rail crash
ed through the windshield and the
glass severed lira Thompson's head
from the-body. Mr. Thompson suf
fered fractures of both arms.
.. ,' 1 DEEDS.
Geo. A. Trice referee to Albert W.
Byrnes, 3000.00, BW. 1-4 , NW. . 1-4
Sec. SO. Tp. 6, N. R. 35.
8. H. Warfield to D. G. Hollifield,
$2000.00, lots 7 and 8. block 4, Pierce,
& Elama Add., Milton. "',
J. A. Howard to Chas. Colebank,
$1500.00, lot 7, block 4, Blacks Add.,
Eugenie Blanchett to Sarah E.
Moorhouse, $1.00 lots 11 and 12 in
block 4, Honser's Add. Pendleton.
Fred Tebben Berth Kerby.tU,
lot 1, bloclt 19, Res, Add, PenJleton.
. Bertha Kef by lo KeTfOlff ord" Irrc'
$1.00, Jot 1, block 39. lies. Add..-Pen.
dleton. .. "'. rf ,. -i-
,WII1 M. Peterson to Chas. C. Peter,
ion, $7,000, N. 1-: SK. 4-4 Bee, J.rTp.
2, N.-R.: 4.-.. .' ' - V - I
Geary Klmbrell to John A. King,
$2000.00. lot 4,, block 6, Colt Add.,
Pendleton. ' ' " :
Earl Glllandera to Hcftry Rom,
$700, lot 13, block 221, lies. Add-,
Pendleton. , '
. Jennie L. Berry to Andy B.' John
son and. John H. Brlnker, $160, Jot ?,
Block 12. Wright's Add.. Milton.
. ' J. H. J.tick to J. T. Lleuallen, $10,
NE. 1-4 SW. 1-4 8ee. , Tp. ,2, N. R.
iAnra D. Nash tftVD. C. Brown $j,-
400, W..1-2 lots 11 -arid 12, Mock 4,
P.3!sy'a Add.,. Pendleton.,.
of the United Slates for the purpose
of perfecting organization of a $100
tfOO.OOO foreign trade financing cor
poratlon, was called for Chicago De
cember 10 and 11 by John S. Drum.
president of the American Bankers
Association, here today.
BANKERS, PRODUCERS .
AND EXPORTERS WILL'
. SAN piiANCrSCO) Xaii V.)
a. martin? of bankers, producers,
importers aiMl'eperters from al pn,rM
PIER THAN CALOMEL
Thousands Have Discovered
Dr. Edwards' Olive" Tablets'
Are a Ilarmless Substitute
Dr. Edwards'.Olive Tablets are the
result of Dr. Edwards' determination
not to treat liver and bowel complaints
with calomel. For 17 years he used
these tablets '.a vegetable compound
mixed with ohve oil) in his private
practica with great success.
They dd alf the good that calomel
does but have no bad after effects. No
pains, no griping, no injury to the
gums or danger from acid foods yet
they stimulate the liver and bowels.
Take Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets
when you feci "logy" and "heavy."
Note how they clear clouded brain and
perk up the spirits. 15c and 30c a box.
Dr. David B. Hill
. Artificial Teeth a
' . Specialty.' v
School of Dancing
MINISTER IS SPIRiTED
i AWAY AFTER KItLING
WINDSOR, Nov. . Following ru
mors of intended violence, police offi
cer have spirited Rev. J. O. I
filr.wk!tn, Methodist - minister and
prohibition enforcement agent, who
had been held in jail since Saturday
morning In connection with the shoot
It, g lo dealh of Beverley Trumble, an
lnken.cr, to the jail, at Sandwich, it
Wattie known last nlBht. The action
Is said to have followed telephone mes
( to the Jail here that an attempt
m violence was contemplated by
fr"nU of the slain man.
The uiintstsr submitted hi testl
mony at the inquest last night. The
inquest was adjourned aarly today
pending starch for a man known as
"Ed Smith." Into whose arms Trum
ble Is said to have fallen after he was
shot. Smith's testimony as to wheth
er Trnmhle was armed is desired.
Trumble was killed in his hotel
early yesterday while Spracklin and
four other prohibition agents were
raiding the place. Spracklin testified
at the inquest that he shot in self-defence.
tte asserted Trumble had pressed the
muzzle of a revolver against his stom
ach. He also asserted hi men had
been assaulted by Trumble and guests
in the hotel, and that Trumble had
threatened to kill him. Mrs. Trumble,
wife of the slain man, testified her
husband was not armed. Members of
Methodist churches In the border clt
ies today pledged funds for Sprack
lin defense Ubili brought to trial, j
Pendleton," Monday,. Tuesday,
Afternoon 1 to 5
Evening 7 to 9
5 Lessons $5.00
12 Lessons $10.00
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Have yoif looked over the Ford Sedan,
that attractively equipped and comfortable
enclosed car? Cool in summer, warm in
winter, just right for every day in the year.,
Has every advantage of the touring car as a
family car with the additional sure protec
tion to clothing arid comfort from storms
and inclement weather; Just as" desirable
and serviceable on the farm as it is to; town
folks; It Is the most all-round serviceable
car of the day.'Wdn't you come in artd look
the Sedan over?"! ' ' , ,', '
Simpson Auto Co.
Phone 408. Comer Water & Johnson St.
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. Lowe) Brother. High
Btand&rd is better pain
than you haVe 'iter nseci
before. Better because it
lasts longer and looks bet
ter as long as it lasts.
Best of all, while it cost
nor per gallon, it goes far
ttor tLau ,her ulsU, thera-
for It always eorta lea psst
square yard applied.
- High Standard baa beesj
made fo 50 years of notar
ins but the best and pure,
We want you to try R ea
your next painting Job. Tea
will never again use any otbaa
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card. Both are tret
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