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fclXtilNti OK UH1 TIMES
. Uy Frank 1 Stanton.)
Let us sing about the Rood times In the valleys on the hills.
The music of the mookinshirds the joy of nil the rills;
Let ua see In all the winters. here the snow lies chill and deep.
The soil that yearns to blossom where the flowers are safe ill sleep.
l,et us sins about the B"od times; they ore bright on plain and slope.
And all the world Is miing with the silvery bells of Hope;
Th blue skies bend above us the grass is green and sweet.
And the violets aiireail a carpet for the falling' of Love's feet.
Let us sinff about the good times; they are coming ripht along.
And all the world is sweeter for their halleluia sonic;
And ho! for Love and living for no blessing Ijove denies.
And Life's a sweet thanksgiving to the glad and answering skies!
-J-Cepyrishted for the East oregonian Pul. Co.
Souls who are seeking always to fan the breer.es uf unjustified prejudice
against Portland throughout I ho stale. Why Is It ?
These two quoted paragraphs do not coincide. Portland
does have a duty in such matters as Crater lake development.
Keing by far the largest city of the state as well as the financial
and wholesale center the task of leadership is upon Portland.
1 he sole burden should not be upon Portland, ot course, but
that city does rest under a moral obligation o pee that the job
is done. They should organize it. The plea that California
should help develop this Oregon' tourist spot is weak and un
businesslike. Let San Francisco finance Crater lake develop
ment and this state will pay the price in humiliation and busi
Portland is a wonderful city, inhabited by splendid people
and the Portland newsDaDers are justly a matter of pride to all
residents of Oregon. They rank high as journals and they mean
well by the state. But it is the calm judgment of the East Ore
Ifonian. expressed with no aim of arousing prejudice, that neith
er Portland nor the Portland newspapers have really discovered
urejron. iney nave not awakened to me irue reiauojismi? u&
tween Portland and the rest of the state. Portland has not
properly visioned what a chance it has and what it is overlook
ing. By a more aggressive attitude towards development, in
numerous lines, Portland could be of wonderful benefit to Ore
gon and Portland herself would be the chief beneticiary. In
fighting away from small duties like that involved in the Crater
lake case Portland belittles itself. In snarling lack at criticism
,such as the one from the Salem paper the Oregonian strikes at
the alarm clock that is trying to wake them up.
The East Oregonian does not share the view that Portland
i is overselfish. It is not selfish enough or it would awaken to its
opportunities more than it doess. As this newspaper sees the
thing Portland is the fullback and captain of the team but wants
to act like a, spectator in the grandstand. How the blankety,
blank can we make yardage that way?
MORE ENGLISH BOXERS
N.MW TO UK, reo. 23. A. P.) A
second contingent ot English (imuteur
boxers arrived front London toduy to
compete In a series of International
bouta here the middle of next month.
In the party were Captain V. V. Chan
dler, heavyweight champion of (Ireat
Pritaln and the British i.rmV: Hugh!
llroaviv light heavyweight campion of
the Kritish army and runner-up to the
winner In this class In the Olympic
games, and John Watson, heavyweight
champion of the British navy.
The party was In charge of Tex
O'Uourke, official matchmaker of the
International Sporting Club here. The
were preceded several days ago by
two representatives of the London po-1
lice force, Jack Stanley and Henry
Mullln, heavyweight and light heavy-
weight champions of the London "bol).
Ovponents flora the New York po-1
lice force and the United States army
and navy have not yet been selected
to meet the English amateurs, but ;
Win. 8panglr, heavyweight cham
pion of the police and a member of the '
American Olympic boxing team, is!
certain .to ba. onu repreacnUtliv ol
the defending team. '
BACK TO FIRST PRINCIPLES
ELF defense is the first law of nature and the doctrine is!
being invoked in warfare against criminals throughout!
the country. In New York many recent robberies and
.murders have occurred with the result the mayor of New
York has officially advised citizens to arm in their own defense.
His proclamation is as follows:
' ' Merchants of this city who in the course of their daily business are com-rclljt-d
to handle large sums ot money and other valuable property wtich must
he transferred through the streets of th city should notify the police precincts
ill which they do business of the transmission of such money or valuables and
te time and jiluce of delivery ,pt same. ,
. Thcjr should sec that Uwlr inrsKfugers are armed and if they liave not a per
mit they should apiJy at once to the lVdiee lH-pannieut for permission, whieh
( be promptly grunted. Kxt inordinary precaution should be taken at tliis
lane with regard io au.it1oui person In or about thcSr hulldiiits. anil where
It Is possible, in lite UeUvcir.v of Manx of tiioncjr or valuables while delivery fa
be'iiff iiMile, outer doors sluuld be locked to prevent the entrance or exit ot
iei-Mng during tint period.
The hotel people of oufr- city should impress very strongly upon their guesis
the necessity of keeping the doors to their various apartments locked. It is
an impossibility for the police to determine what is going on in the interior of
hotels or in large business houses where the public has free and easy access,
uj d it Is for theso reaon that I urge that every precaution be taken by the
buiness and hotel men of the city.
, The situation proves another old saw that for every evil there
is a remedy. It is evidently the New York theory that one way
to handle murderous bandits is to kill them before thev kill
someone else. It is a plan that may have its difficulties but it
must be admitted that if carried out with vim it will tend to
make burglary unpopular.
SON GUILTY OF THEFT
WHEN THE CAPTAIN LAYS DOWN I
ANSWERING a fling from the Salem Capital Journal that
San Francisco capital may be enlisted for Crater Lake if
Portland holds aloof the Oregonian this morning said :
t What's the worry? Will San Francisco capital move Crater lake to Cali
fornia? Uas Portland any special duty to Crater lake not shared by all Ore
Son, and even by California V- Has Oregon any duty not particularly Imposed
rn the communities adjacent. tu Crater lake? ... ,
Portland has many and varied Interests and resiinnsihlliliea ami it Hmi if
share, and more. In all matters of state concern. Yet there are some small todv
YAKIMA, Dec. 23. (A. P.)-Hark ;
Emory, respected citizen and church ;
worker In Sunnyslde. was sentenced
yesterday to two to 15 years In the:
penitentiary at Walla Walla for theft;
his wife's plea of not guilty to a similar I
charge was accepted, and their son,!
Kussell,' was sentenced to one year,
minimum nt Walia Walla prison. The.
father and. son will be taken to the
ojenitentiary today, it is planned.'
Emory and his family have lived In j
Sunnyside for a number of years, high- j
ly respected and prominent in church
and social welfare work. Russell ,
Kmory was caught carrying goods
from a store where he was employed. !
Arrest of the father, mother and son i
followed, and a search of the Kmory ,
premises disclosed a great quantity of I
dry goods, groceries and other articles, !
alleged to have been stolen from var-1
tea Sunnyside' stores, hidden about
the place. After their release on bond j
the Emorys mortgaged their home and
were reported to have paid J,000 to
the merchants, whose goods had been j
stolen and returned such of the stolen!
property as remained. It was disposed i
of at a widely advertised sale. It was I
claimed the thefts had extended over I
a number of years. ,
Emory and his son w ithdrew pleas '
of not guilty and pleaded guilty and .
their sentences today followed. A;
Mind daughter, the only other member j
of the family, was placed in the care of j
others while her parents were in cus
St Mary's .
,. Midnight Mass
Special music by St. Mary's choir
Low Mass at 7 :00
Children's Mass at 8 :00
Special music by St. Joseph's Academy
SUNDAY, DEC. 26TH
By order of the Bishops of the
United States a special collection
will be taken up at all the Masses
for the Starving peoples and es
pecially the Children of Central '
Cigars For Christmas
They are the universal gift for men at
Christmas always acceptable ..by? the
man who smokes. We advise every
woman to do her shopping here. You'll
like the service, too, and the advice we
give you in making the right kind of se
lection. - .
Select your ci
gars early to in
sure proper selec-.
tion, in fancy 3
Xmas boxes of 25
or a hundred.
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The Charles Go.
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Phone 7. 715 Main St.
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Quality PRINTING at Reasonable Prices
East Oregonian Printing Department. :
"The Gift That Lasts"
.. ALTHO OUR HOLIDAY TRADE HAS-BEEN UNUSUAL B Y WIRING. FOR ADDITIONAL MERCHANDISE WE IIAVF '
BEEN ABLE TO KEEP THE ASSORTMENT COMPLETE SO TH AT GIFTS OF MERIT CAN STILL BE SECURED AT THE STOP.F
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DIAMONDS FOR CHRISTSIAS
. Having an unusual heavy stock of diamonds a
in readiness for Christmas we are still able . 22
5 to meet almost any requirement that vou may
5$ wish. Set in gold or platinum in solitaire or jjj
combination the variety is wide and the
prices are most reasonable. AT LEAST BE
Jj FAIR TO YOURSELF arid make a compari-
son not only as to price but as to quality.
Sawtelle's is Diamond Headcjuarters.
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r1' (Kach one mu.rk'4 in plain flguri. and each one with an
& iron-clad guainnitc--tliat ' Hawlcllc's)
WATCHES FOR CHRISTMAS
Whether it is thp
prices" or the "BEAUTY OF OUR WATCH- U
VQ rriof Vino o,,r.J ..U 1 1 , .
uoi 1100 lauocu oacu a neuvy uemanti ior
Sawtelle's watches we can not say. All we
know is "that they have-been selling fast" '. M
and if we hadn't been prepared ome people - 4
would have been disappointed. We still have
soiiie very attractive values and you will- U
find here no Holiday prices. S3
But Every day prices,
Marked in plain figures. l
One price to all, ; '
. And our "iron clad guarantee." j
All good makes tho Mandurd or American watch. ,lS
woll as the numt choice Imported walchn. ' VJ
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"GIFTS THAT LAST"
THE LARGEST DIAMOND DEALERS IN EASTERN OREGON
K THE LARGEST DIAMOND DEALERS IN EASTERN OREGON .