East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, March 03, 1921, DAILY EDITION, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6

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DAILY EAST OPwEGONlAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 3, 1921.
MltH. WAWTKM.K HONORED
Mm. Kn ill M. Kiwtelle, who will rxiw afternoon for a 'businens session
!' Pendleton noon. Has honors In !ln ine roui.ty library club room,
a tlmrmlnff way yesterday afternoon ;
whm Mr. Charle llond und Mrs. El
len J. llond entertained with an Infor.
rnal mr win party at the Charlm ltond
home. Purinit the nervlnit of refreh
nifnln, Mr. Knwtelle and Mrs. Ti. I
Pmtt'h firelded at a table attractively
rentered by daffodils and other spring
lilotwoniH.
1 T. A. TO MKCT.
The Parent Teacher Amoriation of
liiverxlile will meet tomorrow nitr'nt
at the school houe. Itev. Q. I (Mink
Iator of the Flint Presbyterian
church. Mm. Will W'yrlck. one of the
orflcera of the State Parent Teacher
Axanciatlon, and It. K. Tucker, com
munity service worker, will apcik.
DA.NTK AT SHERIDAN'S
A nnmler of local people are plan
i.lne tc motor to the Sheridan place on
litittir i-"mk eViturday night to attend
an Informal country dance, one of a
erics er joyed this winter.
O A. H. TO MEET
The MrPhernon circle of the Grand
Army of the Republic will meet tomor-1 W'yrlck. They will leave tomorrow
ir rtn ruim:iu mm nm nail Auirvu
S for l'earl Harbor, lluwuti, where
IV. FurnswortU will l stationed as
a. lieutenant !n the dental corps ot
the navy. Or. and Mr. Farnaworth
formerly resided here when Ir. Farn-
worth practiced dentistry. He enlisted
In the dental corps during the war and
later practiced In Seattle.
miss nrn.NsiuK visits.
Miss Ke.therlne Durnslde, of Port
land, Is a jruest at the heme of Mrs.
t?uy Hoyden. The two attended col
let at I'niverslty of Washington and
both aro members ot Kappa Kappa
Gamma.
MILTON MATRONS VISIT
Mrs. C. S. Cheshire and Mrs, J. O.
Kcnyon, r.f Milton, were Pendleton
visitors yesterday.
VISITIXO IN CITY
Mrs. A. C. Mylntyre has been visit
ing In Pendleton today from her honv
at Hel.x.
MRS. CARROLL, RETTRNS
Mrs. Edith Carroll returned to her
home In Portland yesterday after a
visit In Pendleton.
VISITORS IN CITY
Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Farnsworth ar
rived In the city this morning from
CIRCLE ORGANIZED.
Queen Kster Circle of Westminster
Guild was organised Tuesday evening
at the home of Mis. W. W. Greeii. The
circle Is composed of Mrs. Green's
Sunday school class of the Presby
terian church. Miss Shirley Rew was
elected president of the meeting; Miss
Margaret lilue, vice president, and
Miss Norma Akey, secretary and
treasurer. Following the business
meeting the circle enjoyed music and
light refreshments. Missionary study
will be the work of the circle and the
meetings will be held semi-monthly.
VEDDING IS SOLEMNIZED
Misg Carrie Fern Jordan, of Milton,
became the bride of Fillmore Ray-
Seattle and are guests at the home of mond Ocker, ot Walla Walla, at a aim
Mrs. Fnrnswoifh's mother, Mrs. M. M. I pie ceremony last night. Joe H.
Parkes, Justice of the peace, performed
the ceremony. The couple will make
their home In Walla Walla.
HOPF'S UPSTAIRS SHOP
Spring
Apparel
Assembled at this shop in the
most approved styles.
SUITS
WRAPS
DRESSES
Styles that sparkle with the
grace and charm of youthfulness.
So reasonable are ihe prices that
the woman .of moderate means
can choose to her heart's content.
DELPHIAN CLUB TO MEET
The Delphlne Club will meet Satur
day afternoon In the library club room
with Mrs. S. A. Newberry and Miss
Barbara Hoch as hostesses.
1 " ,iriv. for X -C ItO
yum vvf.iK. , rit-W fBB--W
faction!
Sliced Peaches, can :: 25c
Peaches, halfs, can
Apricots, can
Sun Maid Raisins, package :
White Beans, 17 pounds -00
Imperial Coffee, pound - -4c
Creme Oil Soap, 12 bars. ; rr:9j
Gold Dust, 20 packages
Carolene, it whips, 2 cans Z5c
Stanfield Cheese, pound 45c
Largest and most complete stock of high grade
groceries in Eastern Oregon.
Mail orders solicited.
Phones 28
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
THREE f HONES QUALITY
J
WHEAT MARKET STILL
E
INGROWN TOE NAIL
TURNS OUT ITSELF
WASHINGTON. March 3. (U. P.)
Congress has entered Its lost hours of
life, lloth houses will be In session
all day and night and until a few min
utes before noon on Friday. With
the hope of passing the sundry civil
and naval,, appropriations bill virtu
ally ended, all efforts will be directed
towards the clean up of other meas
ures, including the army bill.
OfES TAYLOR HARDWARE CO.
ER STRIKER STILL
HAS PLENTY OF 'PEP'
March wheat rose In price today.
closing at 1.70 1-2 as contrasted with
yesterday's closing of 1.68, while May
wheat closed at l.t 1-2 which 1b
higher than yesterday's closing of
$1.59 1-2. Following are the quota-,
tions from Overbeck & Cooke, local
brokerss.
Wheat
Open. Low. High. Close
March 1.68 1.68 1.70 4 1.70 H
May 1.60 169 1.62 1.61ft :
Com
Open. High. lew.
March .70ft .7114
July .72 .73 ft
Oats.
May -.45 ,46ft
July .46ft v.47ft
Ilye.
NEW BOOKS
JUST RECEIVED.
A Fit Companion for a Pleasant Evening. Read
THE WINDS OF CHANCE
. ON McLEAN
WAIF-O-THE SEA
THE HEART OF THUNDER MOUNTAIN
, THE WAY OF THE EAGLE
.. THE LAW BREAKERS
THE GUN BRAND
STILL JIM
THE PRAIRIE WIFE
BIG TIMBER
THE MAID OF THE FOREST
THE NIGHT RIDERS i v .
i THE OUTLAW
THE W AY OF THE STRONG
BELTANE THE SMITH
THE STORY OF THE FOSS RIVER RANCH
. THE GIRL FROM KELLERS
and hundreds of other GOOD titles all priced at
ONLY $1.00 PER COPY
MliS DRUG STORE
J
For Sale
Alfalfa Seed
eardless Barley
Corn, Rolled Barley,
Oats
UMATILLA FLDUR & GRAIN CO.
Phone 1014-351
LOS ANGKLES, March 3 (I'. P.)
To prove that 89 foodless days have
not sapped his vitality" and health,
ECngmark, the hunger-striking chiro
practor, leaped from the floor of his
celt in the county Jail, grasped the
parallel bar overhead and "chinned
it. "See," he said triumphantly, as he
lowered himself, "I am not all In yet.
My wife says I am thin and getting
worn looking, hut even though I am
growing more like a soupbone In ap
pearance each dav, I am still a strong
man." Engmark i solved to fast the
full ninety days to which he was sen
tenced for violates the state medical
laws.
By sleeping plenty and by breath
ing exercises, he says he will be able
to retain his stamina and walk from
the jail at the termination of the sen
tence, with the "firm step of youth,
MILLIONAIRE GRAIN
OPERATOR SUICIDES
ACCOUNT OF LOSSES
OMAHA, March 3. (IT. P.V
Emll Rothschild, a millionaire
grain operator, suicided at his
home here today. Heavy losses
In the grain markets speculation
were responsible, according to
notes left by the dead man. His
wife found the body in the
kitchen witlf the gas stove turn
ed on.
A noted authority says that a few
drops of "Outgro" upon the skin sur
rounding the ingrowing nail reduces
inflammation and pain and so tough
ens the tender, sensitive skin under
neath the toe nail, that It can not pene.
trate the flesh, and the nail turns nat
urally outward almost over night.
"Outgro" is a harmless, antiseptic
manufactured for chiropodists. How
ever, anyone can gel from tne. aru
store a tiny bottle containing direc
tions.
.70 'A
-45 ft
.46 ft
Close.
.70ft
.73 ft
.46
.47
Ma'
July
1.43ft
1.27 ft
1.46
1.39ft
May
Barley.
70 .70ft
Wheat Showed strength from the
start and although setbacks were fre-
quent, the market closed strong at .the
top for the day. The advance was
based primarily on persistent green
bug stories tfrom the southwest, al
though more optomlstic trade had a
beneficial Influence. Omaha said was
much better flour demand. Kansas
City likewise, and all the same time
reported light offerings from the coun
try. There was no evidence of a for
eign demand from the Gulf for wheat.
Notwithstanding the bearish statisti
cal situation as verified reports from
leading statisticians there Is an ap
parent Inclination, to take cognisance
of crop uncertainty and it Is probable
that somewhat further advance will
be received temporarily while these
green bug stories pcreist.
J ) LESS
I MULE-TEAM Si
ASYLUM ARRESTED
ban Francisco, March 2 (A
P.) Herbert M. Hcrry, said to be
member of a well-known Portland
family, was arrested here today In
hotel following his escape a week ago
from the Oregon State hospital for
the Insane, According to the police,
he was writing a letter at the time of
his capture to the hospital superln
tendent saying flight was necessary
because since he had been cured of In
sanity he would have to stand trial
for assault on a pawnbroker, the of
fense for which he was committed.
I'KKMIKfl S.MITS
(Continued from page 2.)
MULE-TEAM S
i BOSAX SOAP CHIPS ;
mm
ry. ovnnir -A
;c:o,7'
things An the triumph which Is In
store for the great moral ideals of the
race. But this faith only too often
leads to an optimism which Is sadly
and fatally at variance with actual re
salts. It is the realist and not the
idealist who Is generally justified , by
events. We torget that the human
spirit, the spirit of goodness and truth
in the world. Is still only an Infant
crying in the night, and that the slrug
gle with darkness is as yet mostly an
unequal struggle. .
Paris proved this terrible truth once
more. It was not Wilson who failed
there, but humanity itself. It was not
the statesmen that failed, so much as
the spirit of the peoples behind them.
The hope, the aspiration for a new
world order of peace and right and
justice however deeply and univer
sally felt was still only feeble and In
effective In comparison with the dom
inant national passions which found
iheir expression in the Peace Treaty.
Kven If Wilson had been one of the
great dcml-gods of the human race,
he could not have saved the Peace.
Knowing the peace conference as I
knew It from within, I feel convinced
in my own mind that not the greatest
man born of woman In the history of
the race would have saved that situa
tion. The great Hope was not the
heralding of the coming dawn, as the
peoples thought, but only a dim Inti
mation of some far off event towards
which we shall yet have to make
many a long weary march. Sincerely
as we Dcnevea in me moral lueais iur
which we had fought the temptation
at Paris of a large booty to be divided
proved too great. And In the end not
only the leaders but the peoples pre
ferred a bit of booty here, a strategic
frontier there, a coal field or an 011
well, an addition to the population or
their resources to all the faint al
luurements of the Ideal. As I said at
me lime, ine reai i-eaco wus uu w
come, and It could only come from a
new' spirit In the peoples themselves.
...
What was really saved at Paris was
the Child the Covenant of the League
of Nations. The political realists who
had their eye on the loot were prepar
edhowever reluctantly to throw
that Innocent little sop to President
Wilson and his fellow Idealists. After
all, there was not much harm In it. It
threatened no present national inter
est, and it gave great pleasure to a
number of good practical people in
most countries. Above all, President
Wilson had to be conciliated, and this
was the last and the greatest of the
Fourteen Points on which he had set
his heart and by which he was deter
mined to stand or fall. And so he got
his way. But it is a fact that only a
man of his great power and Influence
and dogged determination could have
carried the Covenant through that
Peace Conference. Others had seen
with him the great vision, others had
perhaps given more thought to the
elaboration of the great plan. But his
was the power and the will that car
ried it through. The Covenant Is
iVilson souvenir to the future of the
world: No one will ever deny him
that honor.
The honor Is very great, indeed, for
the Covenant is one of the great crea
tive, documents of human history. The
Peace Treaty wiii fade Into merciful
oblivion, and its provisions will be
gradually obliterated by the great hu
man tides sweeping over the world.
But the Covenant will stand as sure as
fate. Forty-two nations gathered
round it at the first meeting of the
League at Geneva. And the day is not
far off when all the free peoples of the
world will gather around It. It must
succeed, because there Is no other way
for the future of civilization. . It does
not realize the great hopes born of the
war, but It provides the only method
and Instrument by which In the course
of time those hopes can be realized.
Speaking as one who has some light
to speak on the fundamental concep
tions, objects and methods of the C'nv
enant. I feel sure that most of the
present criticism Is based on misun
derstandings. These misunderstand-
Easter Styles
SILK FROCKS FOR EARLY SPRING.
Nw frocks which depict spring fashions are
now in demand, especially those of silk in becom
ing afternoon styles." They are exceptional val
ues in materials of crepe meteor, Canton crepe,
and rich taffeta, with braided, beaded and em
broidered trimmings.
The Thomas Shop
lngs will clear away, one by one the
peoples still outside the Covenant will
fall In behind this bunner, under
---. fititian rare Is anlnff to
ISfXcS fonwd to triumphs of peace-
. uiKainxauon and achievement un
dreamt of by us children of an unhap-
pier era. And the lender who, in spile
of apparent failure, succeeded In In
scribing his name on that banner has
achieved the most enviable and endur
ing immortality. Americana of the fu
ture will yet proudly and gratefully
rank Mm with Washington and Lin
coln, and his fume will have a more
unlversnl significance than theirs.
IF
Special Meetings
BAPTIST CHURCH
FRIDAY 9:00 A, M. to 12:00
2:M P. M. to ' 4:00
7:30 P. M. to 9:00
8.TlltI.V 9:00 A. M. to 13
2:00 P. M. to 4
SPEAKERS
REV. A.' RIDER, D. D of Los Angeles
REV. SHEPHERD, D. D., of China '
REV. LYNCH. D. D., of Africa
MRS. WADSWORTH, of New York City.
' EVERYBODY CORDIALLY INVITED
Sellers Kitchen Cabinet
Card of Tlianks
We wish to extend to the doctors
and other friends of Pendleton our
sincere thanks for the beautiful floral
offerings and expressions of sympathy
in the loss of our beloved wife and
mother.
OfCAK 1R VAUL AJfD
FAMILY. 1
A Man is just as Young
, and Strong as his
Blood
' Ko man can fight the battJbs of
life and hold his owti if hisblood
is not pure, for rich, red blood
Is what strength is based upon.
When you see a strong, rigorous
man, who never knows when he
is licked, you may wager that
such a man has coursing through
his reins rich, red blood. Many
people have thin, pale blood.
Ihey are weak, tire easily, be
come discouraged quickly, and
sometimes feel like giving up the
struggle, buch folks need Di
Pierce's Golden Medical Discov
ery, which is sold by druggists
in liquid or tablet form.
It is made up of Blood root,
Oregon Grape root, Queen's root,
jyone root, Uherry Hark, without
alcohol. Send 10c. to Dr. Pierce's
Invalids' Hotel in Buffalo, N. Y
lor a trial package of the tablets.
Oltmpia, Wash." My husband
always uses Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discoveiy as a stomach
medicine and tonic, and declares
that it is the best medicine in the
world." Mrs. J. E. Foster, Cor.
Pear and Spring Streets.
SELLER'S SPECIAL J
See How It Works
No more standing on chairs and lifting heavy bags
of flour dangerous work for women.
' This Sellers Automatic Lowering Flour Bin does
away with all that It has been pronounced the most
important improvement in kitchen cabinet design.
15 IMPORTANT IMPROVEMENTS
The Sellers has 15 of these important improve
ments and refinements never before combined In any
cabinet. ' . .-- ;
There is the Automatic Base Shelf Extender; the
Dust-Proof Base Top underneath the Sanitary Por
celiron Work Table; the Ant-Proof Casters; the sci
entific arrangement which places every article at
your fingertips. .,
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CRAWFORD FURNITURE CO.
103 E. Court St. Pendleton, Ore. v Phone 496