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THE OTIIKlt SI1VK,
(Hy Frank U Stanton.)
Trouble rnme to try biin no rainbow in the sky;
The gentlest winds a blowin' had the sorrow of a sigh,
But ho (W a star a-shlnin' In the firmament on high..
An' sang about "The other side of Jordan:''
The Light the Ijght wai with him! the light that ever dwells
In the soul that hears a welcome o'er the saddest of farewells'
He heard the ringln' singing of the everlasting bells.
An' sang about "The other side of Jordan!"
And the world, it heard his singing, and cave back an echo true
Its fading flowers quickened with the freshness of the dew '
The shadows left the dim sky, and all heaven ranie in view
He sang about 'The other side of Jordan!"
Copyrighted, forthe 'East Oregonian Tub, Co.
For Thursday and Friday
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! The housewife will find economy in replenishing the larder with a goodly supply of these high grade and ;
standard brands of fruits and vegetables, while the prices are right. We have arranged these goods in Quar
ter Dozen, Dozen and Case lots which are below the regular retail prices. Phone your order early so as to en- ,
able prompt delivery. " . ' '
NIPPON BRAND ASPARAGUS TIPS
WORK AHEAD FOR CONGRESS
T T ANDICAPPED in body though he may be, the great mind
not Woodrow Wilson once more was demonstrated in his
mflfctprlv mpcesffA in tVia eVi n.f caean c ,
.....,,,. . '"n cvooiuii vi. tuneless syea- '
tcrday at Washington. The pressident outlined for th nntinn's -No.
lawmakers a program of needed legislation, constructive in
. form and non-political in nature. He bowed to the will of the
eelctorate a month ago and let lie the matters of the Versailles
treaty and the league of nations. He put squarely up to the
congress matters which cry for attention and cannot be made
political isssues. )
Two of the most striking-recommendations, perhaps, of the jS
many made by the chief executive were those regarding Philip-1
pine independence and relief for Armenia. The first question
has been a mooted one in American diplomatic circles for years. -
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j.ne secona one iouows me unwillingness of this nation to ac
cept a mandate over the unfortunate Asiatic nation. Both sug
gestions bear the stamp of President Wilson's passion for hu
lnanitarianism. Philippine independence hardly can be expected to be set-
uea ai inis,ierm oi congress, its ultimate granting is a certain
ty, however, inasmuch as it will mark the fulfillment of a pledge
from the United States.
The Armenian question, however, will'likely take a certain
precedence in affairs of the congress. The president has offer
ed his services as a moral force, to trv to save Armenia. Now
Y.e recommends a loan from this country as a favor the same as
vi as granted trie aniea nations during the recent war.
In domestic affairs the president's message was full of op
portune suggestions. The national budget is a measure of ex
pediency and must be adopted sooner or later. Retirement of
the war debt, a staggering figure, calls for seven and a half bil
lion dollarss in the coming two and a half years. Revision of the
lux laws, especially those affecting incomes and excess profits,
has been a crying need, it having been shown that 80 per cent
of the revenue from the former source comes from persons with
incomes under $5000 a year.
In his plea for a business like session of congress, the presi
dent declared that such a display would be one of the most ef
fective checks upon the forces of chaos and tyranny which seek
to gain foothold. Congress has, as the president said, an op
portunity to show its worth and not alone he, but his successor
in office, made the plea for results from congress. j
' A NEEDED REFORM -
WHILE reformers over the nation are mustering forces to
stamp out the "cigarete evil," enforce a closed Sunday j
' or similar changes, the divorce evil, and its compan
ion, lax marriage laws, go merrily on. It is a question whether j
the efforts being made in certain directions at this time in so
called "reform" are not far less timely than uniformity in the I
marriage and divorce laws.
! The country recently was aroused by theJaxity of divorce
'and marriage codes in the case of Mary Gladys Moore, other
wise known as Mary Pickford, who went to Nevada, obtained a
divorce and was married all within a few short weeks. Her
case attracted attention because of her prominence. Hundreds
of instances are far more extenuating and show -the need for
Umatilla county divorce records keep on the hot trail of
marriage licenses. Most of those who break up here, it can be
shown, were wedded across the line in Washington, where the
law is less stringent than in Oregon. Nevada, to the south, is
famed for its Reno.
Dr. Bertha Owens-Adair, of Clatsop county, author of the
sterilization bill for criminals and insane, has a proposal for the
coming legislature to make Oregon's marriage laws still more
stringent. She would require mental tests ol persons about to
wed and in other ways attempt to satisfy the state that a couple
is fit to marry. Her bill has radical provisions but they furnish
food for thought from which a rational law might be evolved.
Oregon, however, does not feel like adopting a stricter law until
its neighbors follow suit. The best settlement of the problem is
a uniform, national code regulating marriage and divorce.
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No. 2U cans Ideal Yellow Cling Halves
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No. 214 cans Nippon Sliced Lemon Cling
(Med. Heavy Syrup)
it-Dozen Dozen! .
$1.15 Doz $4.50 !2'tat$8.90
No. 3 cans Happy Home
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No. 2'a cans Silver Shield
(solid pack) .
No. 2U cans Madrone
No. 2L cans Royal Club
No. 2'o cans Silver Shield
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No. 2i cans Happy Home,
Hawaiian Sliced (heavy syrup).
No. 2 cans Happy Home,
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No.10 Flats, Royal Club
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No. Zy cans Happy Home,
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No. 214. cans Happy Home
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12 oz. Bottles Red Royal Ann
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No. 2 cans Peerless
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No. 2 cans Happy Home
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No. 2 cans White Lily
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No. 2 cans Happy Home
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No. 2 cans Challenge
No. 2 cans Glass Jar Brand
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No. 21,. cans Happy Home
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No. 21' cans Royal Club
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.70 $2.75 II
No. 2i cans Silve;
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Sweet pickles, per pint 35c
Sour Midget Pickles, per pint 30c
.Mammoth Queen Olives, per pint 40c
"Sweet India Relish, per pint . 35c
Fine Dill Pickles, 3 for 10c
Sour Kraut, (home made) per quart 15c
Home Made Mince Meat, per pound 30c '
We carry a full line of bottled pickles, olives, rel
U. S. Inspected Meats, the mark of quality.
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CHAS. D. DESPA1N & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR
A. largo delegation from Hermtaton
drove to Pendleton Monday evening to
attend a meeting of the Knights of
Pythian there; "
Walter Carson, eon o( S. L farsnn.
a former Mermlston hov. ha lefi
(East Oregnnran Special.)
HER1MISTON. Dec. 8. The com
mittee appointed to look over the landu
coming under the site of the proposed
McKay Creek reservoir have completed
their appraisal, -after about 10 days
work. M. D. Hero, J. W. Mesaner
and Sam JBoardman served as appraisers.
Dr. George B. Van Waters. Kpiscopal
arch-deacon of the diocese, is in Her-
miston this wee' giving a aeries cl
lectures on the Old Testament, every
pi...)!, in th Hhrv. Tr Van AVal-
rtf lcfuri fcrtf ttsas taoEtf Itnrui
to anu a i..: auu. ..
fir Texas where he Is to lie engaged In
government work. He will be Joined
at (ton Francisco by his wife. Mr
Carson is making typographical maps
i'r ine government, having Been taken
from Bllensbnrpr, Wash, and sent to the
southern state to continue his work,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Waugaman
spent Monday In Pendleton.
Miss Virginia Todd of. Pendleton!
secretary nt the fmalllla County Red
Cross, spent Sunday with her parents,
.nr. ana Air. K. C. Todd.
No Risk Then! '
Don't Spoil or Streak Material
in Dyes that Fade or Run
Aches and Fnliw of rheumntims are
not permanently, but only temporarily,
lefieved by external remedies. Why
not use' an internal remedy- Hood's
Karsaparilla, which corrects the acidity
of the blood on which rheumatism de
pends and cures the disease'?
P.) James Stanton Krek of fjrcensj
burg, Pa., was chosen today of Prince
ton's 1921 football team.
; OF 130, ENDS CAREER
TUVRRSIDE, Cat.,' Dec. "i.-(A. P.)
Yellow Kky. said by l otted States In
dian officials to-have been about 1.10
years old Is reported to have died on
the .akeslde reservation. In San Die
go county. According to the best rec
ords uaiiiti)i, ne had lived In the
same locality more than inn yearn.
iciiow mxy did not like to wear the
ordinary suits of modern days. In
stead summer and winter, he Rallied
hlBiself in a capacious tvreoat.
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AL'CKUAND, X. '.., Dec. I. (A.-P.)
The Anu'rk.ui and Australian lawn
tennis teams which are to compete in
the challenge round for the Iavis cap
have arrived here. ,
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every itate in the Union br mca and
women oa the recommendation oi
those who already have been relieved
of kidney trouble end bladder ail
ments by thit iterling tamily remeay.
Comparatively little advertiain hai
been done for Foley Kidney Pilla,
yel they are well known, and thoie
who know their splendid healing
properties sever accept an imitation
or substitute for the genuine Foley.
Paone Baniahad; Health Restored
Tn Stml. I13. 1 ma ftriclin with
himfesfe and was anaaia to turn etyiaa m
bad. i was wader taa caia at a pnytieian
but obtained na relief. A neighbor brought
me a hall bottle at Foley Kidney Pilla; laid
aha bad beeo nriilarly efflicted aed tbev had
relteyed her. So 1 tried them, and alter
taking three) bottles wn well end on my
feel. 1 moat heartily recommend Foler
Kidney Pilla. 1 bevt never known them to
fail." airs. G. H. Eyeland. Duncan Mill..
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Foley Kidney Pius
aid and assist nature. They strengthen
and invigorate weak or diseased kid.
era and help to keep the blood
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uu.ta mnrm naeffee. auttiDeea under ihe e.ea,
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