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DAILY EASJ OREGON1AN, PENDLETON, OREGON,
WEDNESDAY EVENING JANUARY 20, 1921.
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(Pj- Frank I Stanton.) .
0 heart that wandered far ,. - '
Where the white suns, of Alpine summits glow.
Shall I not meet you "neath some tranquil star? '
Iear heart, it shall be so.
It cannot be that I ,
Shall live forever from your clasp and touch;
1 need with you one little glimpse of sky
I need your love so much.
Here are the ways you trod; '
Here are the dear portals where Love saw you stand
In all the rosiest trare of womanhood
With lilios in youft hand.
I soe.the sunfjilne shed
Upon the plain, the valley and the steep;
And, sTaridlnR where my altar fire3 are dead,
A lonely watch 1 keep.
Tin no heroic part:
- Life calls for deeds, and bright the future gleams:
But you were all I had on earth, sweetheart,
And leaving me, left dreams!
" CopyriBhted for the East Oregonian Pub. Co.
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JUST OLD PROSAIC TEA
jTair.iad'e "Good References
NKW YORK, Jtm. 2S. (U. p,)
Seven solemn men sat about u revolv
hiK table In the 1'nlted States apiirals
ri stores here today. Silently, they
lifted their cups, filled with an amber
colored fluid and gurH'eM tha contents.
They were tiocldhiK how much "kick"
win be ullowed in Ilia fluid which the
American people will drink duiiiiK the
comlnur year. These testers will select
eight trf tho aest gradis of tea-rand
the cheaper brands will be barred fvum
QVKKltS SOCIAL TIUOIPII
BONDS ADVANCING IN VALUE
BONDS have advanced in quoted value, but still are away
below intrinsic value. The nearer a "normar state is
( approached in the economic situation the shorter will be
cbme the gap between quoted and real values of high grade
reasoned investment securities, says an editorial in Sunset Mag
azine. Disregarding temporary fluctuations brought, about by
temporary circumstances, it may be -said that bonds are now
starting on one of the long upward swings with which students
of investment affairs are familiar. This cycle of rising prices
should continue for a period of years. As the readjustment pro
cess continues the trend of living costs will be downward, money
rates will ease off, banking credit will be in more plentiful sup
ply ; as a concomitant movement the trend of bond prices will be
upward, says the financial editor of Sunset. 1
' " The lesson of this changing period is to take advantage of
the present opportunity to invesj; wisely and safely. The man
who buys bonds today will at some future time be enjoying an
income of from 6 per cent to J per cent while he who then invests
will be able to secure an income of only around 4 per cent from
the self -pa me securities. When you invest you not only employ
your money profitably but you fix for a long period of years
ahead the net rate of income which your investment will earn.
First, safety, then high income.and lastly convertibility (degree
of readiness with which you can resell on short notice), are the
things to keep in mind when investing your savings. '
A reception that promised to be one
of the triumphs of New York's social
season was turned into a fiasco at the
home of Miss Caroline Lockhart when
a certain Mr. Whaley, well known in
pugilistic circles, was introduced In
Constance Talmadffe's latest First Na
tional starring vehicle, "Good Refer
ences." which will be shown at the
Arcade Theatre, beginning today.
Upon being announced, the gentleman
demanded that the guests be Inform
ed of the arrival of "Kid Whaley''
and a slight altercation followed when
the butler insisted on the convention
al "mister." This breach might have
been disregarded, but Mr. Whaley
upon entering the ballroom espied the
Bishop, and at once engaged in dis
cussion of the new Walker bill. From
the boxing bill "Kid Whaley" went
into a discourse on his own exploits in
the roiied arena, and when he executed
double shift, concluded by a rain of
left and right pjabs, demonstrating tn
mode of attack that proved fatal to
the ambitions of "Battling Shlinsky,"
it proved too much for even the guests
who craved the sensational.
THE NEW INDUSTRIAL STAR
ANKIXD ha3 always loved pictures. Races, without a
written language, have left behind them rude carvings
and murals to attest the fact. When an industrv arose
Ihat offered this ancient appetite pictures that moved it did
not have to wait long.to see whether ,it would die or flourish.
A dozen years ago the motion picture business, as we now
know it, did not exist; today the American public
, Supports 16,500 moving picture theaters.
Makes 5,000,000,000 visits to them a year, and
Spends $750,000,000 annually for this amusement.
Small wonder that bankers and investors are giving them
more and more consideration ! The Nation's Business.
THE TOLL OF THE FIRE FIEND
For Able-Bodied Man to Act
the Part 6t A Legless
Stage hands, camera men and all
the actors engaged in making the new
Qoldwyn Picture "The Penalty" un
consciously breathe a sigh of relief
when Lon Chaney, who played the part
cf "Blizzard," gets out of harness.
The term, in this case, has more
than ordinary meaning. In playing
the part of the mad man of the undejr
word Chaney has stepped into one Of
the most difficult parts ever attemped
tn motion pictures.
Although a strong able bodied man
he has to play the part of a man
In Gouverneur Morris' famous story
the chief character is a brillant man
whose legs were amputated at thn
knees when he was a little boy. T
FIFTEEN thousand people were burned to death in' 1919.
' The loss of property in the United States by fire during
. the same year totaled $369,000,000.
There were 889 homes burned in this country every working
. day of the year. For every home burned there were from two to
tn people made homeless.
' The statistics show that 41 Uves were lost in fires every 24
Lours, that 37 homes were burned every hour of every day and
tt at the daily property toll to the red flames was nearly three-
quarters of a million dollars.
These statistics ought to show the need for fire departments
and fire prevention methods.
Hark Sullivan is responsible for the statement that certain
eenators at Washington, full of ire because President-elect Hard
ing is not talfing kindly to their preferences for secretary of
state, boast that they "have broken the back of one president
and can break the back of another." It might be well to remind
vhem that the boastful bully sooner or later meets his match. If
they look with pleasure and pride upon the way they have
hounded and harassed President Wilson, there is a meannessj
about them that strips them of any honor in their victory. The j
new president will make friends if he calls their bluff and ad-!
ministers a little discipline to them.
' There was used in Oregon last year 44,900,669.5 gallons of
rasoline and 2.721.717 gallons of distillate. If there had been
a tax of five cents a gallon, the state would have collected $2,
;J81,119.32. A former preacher, who quit the ministry because it was ill
paid, has been arrested for robbing the mails of many thousands
of dollars. Better a parsimonious parson than an incarcerated
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The very first dose opens clogged
nostrils and the atr passages of the
head; stops nose running; relieves the
headache, dullness, feverishness.
"Pajie's Cold Compound" acts Quick,
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sist upon Papo's! -
get a man without legs who was also
an accomplished actor was a difficult
task. Finally Chaney volunteered for
the paijt. Every day he gets Into a
harness which straps the lower part,
of his legs to his back, thus enabling
him to walk about oil his knees and
siving the effect of a legless man. Tho
strain of holding the position is si
great an danger of stopping the clr
cuiution so imminent that the actor
cannot keep the harness on for mor-
than twelve minutes at a time.' On
the screen, however, he is a. wonder
ful imitation of the character made
famous by 3tr. Morris. '
Chaney first came into prominence,
as a delineator of cripples In "Th
Miracle Man, where he appeared as
tho distorted thief, who faked his In
juries In order to get alms.
"The Penalty" is one of the Emi
nent Authors' series, being produced
hy the Oolilwyn Pictures, corporation
of New York. It is to be shown at the
Alta theatre, commencing' today.
GOAL BARONS STEAL
EUROPE WILL OWE U. S.
WASHINGTON, Jan. . "Ourope's
debt to the I'nlteil States will be in.
creased to l2U,tlOl,0O0.0ll0 by 1924,
Ueorge K. Warren, professor of eco
nomics at Cornell university,' declared
today ut tariff revision hearings by
the houso wuys ahd means committee.
This sum, he said, will include the
$S.nn,OOfl,(t()0 war time borrowings
from the American treasury. '
MAX IX FITII.K HAR .
TO SAVE (;IIUi WHO
tkk poisox yon imi
CHICAGO, Jan. 26. Louis. J. Jac
ques, son of a millionaire sugar broker,
taced with death early today to save
the life of the girl who professed sie
loved hlrn'and swallowed poison when
he refused to see her. The girl was
Miss Hazel Iewey Rice, 22. She died
in Jacques' arms, who was peedlns
with her to a hospital.
Jliss nice, according to the story
told by Jacques, telephoned him to
meet her at a designated street corner.
As he approached the spot he saw Miss
Hlce staggering toward him, holding
a towel to her mouth. Jacques placed
her in his automobile and started for
the hospital, but she died before reach
ing there. .. -v
Jacques told the police Miss Riaa
was "merely" a friend'-' and that they
were not sweethearts.
AWSHINGTON. Jhn. 26. (A. ' I'.)
Tho American people were mulcted
out ot a billion and a half last year
by men In the coal trado declared
Senater Calder of New York, the wit
ness before the senate committee con
sidering his bill for federal regulation
of the coal industry. . '
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Tiro cf the most homelike hotels
n Portland, located in the htart-of
tha shopping and theater district.
All OreRon Klectlc trains stop at
the SI V.1U IIOTKL tho House of
Cheer. Excellent dlnln? room In
connection. TIIG HOTW, COH-Nl-.'Mf'S,
tlx? House of U'vkVMiir. la
only two short blocks from the Se
ward. Our brown busses meet ail
trains, JUtea $1.50 and np.
,C. Cl'MlEHTWOJ. Prop.
BULGARIAN WOMEN ARE
i nvrwiv. J in. :6. The wives
.r.i'mfiivtit Kiilc-arian politicians
KanrraU are heiiuc called to uciount by
the liultfarian internment whenever it
Is proved that their Influence .over
their huln.l has caused a Miiitical
or military disaster to tha nation.
The wnes f several public men
...i cneruls have already been made
tpMioisstble by the Hulnarian
war owing: to the Influenco they exert
ed, over their husbands, says the
newspaper Atre, published In Sofia.
It is believed in Sofia that the sen
timents of a number of Bulgarian wo
men caused a movement for a Krater
Huljraria which Influenced Bulgaria to
en'er the war on the side of the Cen
COBLKXZ, Jan. 16. -Kngelber'.
Manns, a German citizen, has teen
sentenced by a German court here to
be guillotined for Abe murder of an
American soldier last April. Manna
Is said to have killed the American
with a pistol he borrowed from the
govern- Nii'w for the purpose of robbing him
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What wa3 tha 'secret
of the ' ' trcrrjendous
power exerted ' bV
Blizzard over every-:
body he met? '
Why did Rose, the
secret service opera
tive detailed to spy on
Blizzard and ferret
out his secret, end by
falling in love with
Why did every
crook in San Francis
co tremble at his '
frown? Why did he
' hold- thousands in
peril of theirlives?
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