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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, "SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 5) 1021.
WHAT PENDLETON GRADE
' SCHOOLS ARE DOING
' .AND AROUND GIBBON
ruoi?"-l pally nrt Fcml -Weekly, at
r-nmf-ioTi, un'Knn, nv Ilia
EAS.T OHEXiOMAX K'lU-iSHlNO C(
Kmered iit the pout on ire at I'-n.ilo-
n, urunn, a second claes mail mat
ON SALE IX OTHETl CITIES
Imperial Hotel Xcwe mand, Portland,
ON" ILK AT
Chicago Puree u, tus Kecurltr riuildlng.
Waatungton. D. C, Bureau 01 Four
teenth Sirwi, N. W.
Wesafcer mt tke AHatF4l lim,
Th Aaroelated Preaa ia exclusively
entitled to th us for republication of
all wi dl.patrhes credited to It or
rot otherwise credited Jn thla paper
and alao th local new published herein.
Dully, ona year, by mall C..o
I"ilv, am month, by mail .............. 8 po
Datlv, three monlha by mall ., 1.5
Dally, ona month by mall .SO
Daily, on year by carrier 7.50
Datly, six month by carrier S.T.I
I'uly, three month by carrier..... 15
Daily, one month, by carrier , .tiS
Semi-Weekly, one year by mall 2. OA I
emi-ffK y. six luontna nv ma t 1 n.i
Semi-Weekly three month by mail jio
bfcll AUOWS AND LIGHT.
(liy'Frank U Stant'i.)
Ewn In JJfe'a morning. .
e hin ers of Nuihu;
Orlcf gives no warning
Shadows and light
Love In Life's keeping,
The brief way along;
Thorns for his reaping.
Hut Joy In hi.-, sung!
So It i Riven
Strengih for the strife;
Love holding Heaven,
And Love all of life!
Copyrighted for trie East Orcgonlan Pub.
The first grade Is started on tt
March outline of work. taught by Mrs.
The third (trade got the. Parent
Teacher pennant twice In succession,
w hich menus a half holiday,
Xita t lot-ham and l"ale lrtvln of the
fifth grade returned to school this
week and Evelyn Struve Is absent on
account of sickness.
The following puplla of the grade
made 10 In tests this week: Ueogra
phy, Oliver Leady, Clarence rianttng;
language, Solum SUCIIntock, Carolyn
Thompson, Florence McDermld,
In reading Thclma McCllntock, Vi
vian Warren, .Oliver Leedy. liethel
Goodman: history, Arable "Ferguson,
Clarence Planting, ltlehard Uelst,
Uobbie Miller. - ;
I Mra; Cf P. .StilVr Visaed the '5th
grade Thursday mornln. f
ftaymond fcugg and Eva Nelson
nave been absent from the sixth grade
on account of sickness.
.ItuKomaiy Aviiltemnn, Kdlth Tlnctk
and Sydney, Johnson inndo the highest
grades in arithmetic this mouth.
Claire 'linker, Marlon' llolslngton
and Koswell lookwood have returned
to school after. an absence.
Carl ThnnVpson. eighth grado puplli
nas left iiii'liool and Is now living In
- Klmer KtceW has been transferred
to the eighth grade of the Lincoln
The pupils of the . school who will
appear In the ' ltalnbow Klntona,'" a
play which will be -presented as n
pnrt of the "Juvenile- Revue"-are
bu.sily engaged- in giving finishing
touches to their play., ,. . f
Tommy Jlllllorn and Hilly Morrison
have beetvuhscnt from the third grade
this week because of Illness.
The spring flower panels in the
back window of the third grade room
have created keen Interest and much
joy through correlating art and nature
FROM AMONG THE PEOPLE
(By Dr. William E. Barton.) ' "
N 1C43. vhe Great and General Court of Massachusetts as
se.T oled daily in the Old First Church in Boston, and de
voted ;is time from May 14 to July 3 to what was practical
ly trial for impeachment of the foremost citizen of the colony,
t jonn mninrop naa Deen almost continuously for 15 yean
Heir governor and was then serving as lieutenant governor. A
petty little squabble had risen as to the status of the militia com
pany t Kingham, and Winthrop liad nfade a decision which
perhaps was wrong, an error in judgment, and the people rose
in wrain against tne most mustrous man hi New England, one
whose patriotism, devotion and incorrupibility no man doubted.
, . For morcthan six weeks Winthrop sat and heard harsh
things said about himself. . . ,
The trial ended, and Winthrop was acquitted. He was vin
dicated, but hurt "If the father of Miriam should spit in her
face, should she not be ashamed seven days?" He stood and ad
dressed the Great and 'General Court:
. "I entreat you to remember that when you choose magis
trates, you take them from among yourselves, men subject to
like passions as you are. Therefore, when you see infirmities h
us, you should reflect upon your own, and, that would.make you
bear the more with us, and not be severe censurers of the fail
ings of your magistrates, when you have the continual experi-;
ence of the like infirmities, in yourselves and others."
On March 4, 1921, the sovereign people of the United States
seated a man in the presidential chair. Warren G. Harding is
no superman ; he is a man from among the people. IJe will make
mistakes ; let no man assume that he will avoid them. But he is
under the strongest possible incentive to try to do his best. He
was elected by a political party, but he is the president of the
people of the whole nation. Let the people hold him in honor,
uphold him with their confidence ; and when he makes mistakes,
Jet them read the pathetic speech of old John Winthrop, and re
member that Warren G. Harding is a man chosen from among
the people. -
THEY MADE ONLY 51 MILLIONS LAST YEAR
IMMFDIATELY in wakeyof the advance in telephone rates in
Oregon comes the financial statement of the Bell system
for 1920 showing a net revenue for the year of over 51 mil
lions and the heaviest dividends ever paid during year $35,
376,793. In addition the annual report contains a chart show
ing that the company's stock ranges far above railroad stocks in
the marset while another chart shows the market superiority of
telephone stock over railroad bonds, other industrial bonds and
; The figures as to the gratifying net profits of the corpora
tion are over the signature of C. A. Heiss, comptroller, and the
further fact is disclosed that the profit was netted after some
65 million dollars had been charged off to depreciation.
. To the layman struggling with present day readjustment
problems it would seem in view of its 51 millions the telephone
company might have struggled along for a time at least without
the heavy advance' in rates secured from our-benevolent public
service commission. But then what is a public service commis
sion for if not to grant increased rates to someone?
GfANT TASKS FACED BY ,
HARDING AND CONGRESS
i BT 1 C. MAP.TIX
(United Preset Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON", March 6. The new on an economy and efficiency basis.
to settle the Panama canal dispute.
Haiti and Canto Domingo; decision
or. policy to be pursued towards them.
Securing of larger rights and privi
leges and facilities for cable communi
Domestic Affairs , ..,
The tariff. .
Soldier bonus legislation.
" Reorganization of the government
IT IS CALAPOOtA ,
Echo, Ore., March 5," 1921. '
- Please tell me which Is correct
Calapodia. or CalnpoolaV This Is the
name of a mountain in the north- east
ern part of Douglas county.
, MAY WATTENUURGEn.
On the map of Oregon the moun
tain referred to U listed as Calnpooia,
TIio ldillnsr llvd.
Little Itoy had returned from a'
week's visit to h'.s aunt, and was try
ing to describe the folding bed he had
been sleeping In, ,
"Jt lays down at night, minimi,
and stands orrrt hind legs in the day
lin.e." Buffalo Commercial.
MADnin, March S. (A. P.) Sud-
gestionsthat Spain form an alliance
with France and Kng'nnd were at
tacked in the Spanish Semite today by
Count de la Mortem, president of the
Spanish American Academy of Sci
ence. . , ,
The senator made a plea In favor
of the league of nations and said that
Spain should join with other coun
tries in 'limiting armaments.
'We have been wafting for this for
twelve hundred .years," declared M.
Stamhoullnskl, only representative oi
lUlgarla, as he placed his signature to
the Peace Treaty at Paris.
. , ,( Kust Qregonlan ppoclaJj , , .
aiI!nON, March IS. Mr. and Mrs.
Dolf Thompson and Mr. Keth Hyatt
spent Monday In Pertdletort trading.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thompson and
baby daughter spent Tuesday and
Weirfesdiiy In Pendleton visiting at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Paul
A. W. Cook .spent Wednesday In
Pendleton having some dental .work
dons. ' ' !
Harle Robe? was a visitor at Gibbon
Wednesday evening between trains on
his way to Duncan. They expect to
move back here soon.
Mr. and Mrs, 8. Mahnffey. arrived
here Wednesday from Hathdrum, Ida
ho, and will make their home here,
with their daughter and son-in-law,
Me. and Mrs. John P. Thompson.
V. D. Adums Tcft today for Arling
ton, Ore., where he will work for Dan
Itoy Swart and James Adams wore
Pendleton visitors Thursday,
Mr. Henry Ulcks and rhlldren
were In Pendleton shopping Thurs-1
Elmer Raymond and Chester Fur-1
geson went Uown to Pendleton Thurs
Denny Kirk spent Thursday here
with his sister Mrs. Dave llonlfer.
Mdse Mcliean came up from Pen
dleton Tuesday where he had spent
several days with Mrs, Mcliean and
little daughter. . - .
Hugh Robe and Howard Orove were
here Thursday between trains,
Mrs. George Itrace was a Pendleton
Fred - Hruce went down to Pendle
ton Friday. , , . -
CS&eeds Across Ea&kh
.Channel To AroidHasb&zA
y f r f
WllA nilacfinnarl Vfcv Part
1 1 W MVMVUVW life a Sht
KtuWiM HmDouU, Mori Buntial
f Weaua h Aattrica, Hat Exciikf
; Ucideat Oi Couuiil Stcunar
'Across the English CaanaeV"''""'"''
or Lisle -who- had lefL J
tvAirl the armv t re'nnr.
lowed her every
turning to Londo
one iiad v I C
:i 1.-1.: ' -T,
and on her hV. M
where she sbonlcNA
fnll mn nf tiamvnMd
ina- past loonwd op, i
any hope lor tat
nor Lisle? How
to refute the evid
raked with her n
be disoel the lin
would inevitably cl:
than attemot an ej
had left him! and toon the
in London , I
The mist of the channel lot had left
the stairs of the compamonwayi
slippery and uncertain, and in goina
below "The Notorious Uui Lisle''
slipped and fell to the lower deck
unconscious. . i at nraiir - - .
U. J. .U . 1. 1 Ll x
tomf pi Hie niajt
Gaenor lisle, bcantiful daarhtar of I
an Engu'sh Armr Ouicer, it compeUed I
to leave England to avoid the army of
reporters and photographers that fol-l
lowi her from one end of England to1
the other. The girl is a prominent
figure in a divorce tcandal, and the!
most talked about woman in Englaodj
In Br'ttany, where the hat taken'
refuge. Gaenor meets Peter Gartten. a
tounit, who knowt aothioc of Gae-
U to tome blind ruica, GaaV
are taarooned on ths uv .
v a luddea ruing
XSlt hit ret;ue
I ' of coDTenuooa,
mi true kv4
1IMUW . A I
d Cieaor ao
Ire tnanitd in i
titrch. with tha
Ifi Of hit wifel
fJ L&adon; Peter de
ar explain her yartid
i but Gaenor refuiei
we ca. wel iteam-
a ol tt war to
i to ivdid recoj
i fsWvdown the
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AltCADR M XuAW AVI MOVDAA
cirrrixo ahi;h johs.
WASHINGTON, Match .(!. r.)
Now comes the open season for pe.
tering the president about po.it mas
ter ships. Speaking from a preslden
tlan standpoint the worry Isn't as bad
as It uned to be when the Civil Ser
vice was not even supposed to apply
to postofflceshkpH. Of course, there arc
those hereabouts who dabble deep In
practical politics who might maintain
miki mo civil service is suit merely a
beautiful theory as far as post piasters
are concerned and the boy with the
biggest political pull invariably gets
the appointment. .
The mails of senators and congress
men are. all cluttered up these days
with petitions seeking postmaster-
shlp recommendations, for, others
things being equal, the president's ap
pointments to oostmastershlps are the
recommendatiorp of th mcmuers of
congress of his party.
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I-Hydraulic - .
FOR'YOUR TRUCK TIRES
:' Every day you lay up your truck tires to be pressed
you lose from $15.00 to $50.00. That is what your
truck is worth per day. With this press it is oniy a mat
ter of minutes for us, applying pressed on Ures
Come in and let us prove it get acquainted with
our thorough service facilities,
t . '
Simpson life Sgk Co.
it A. MELTON, Mgr.
223 E Court
Miss Daisy Ashford really did write:
"The Young VUtltorrf," and not James :C
M. Barrie, aa the public supposed. The 1 5
book was written in Miss Ashford' ! 5
hlldhood, and she does' not intend to
write another. She hns appeared In
readings from 'the book for charlt.
able objects, and Is soon to be married.
1 COAL -
, FIVE ... ,;. ....
FOR , -
Combined lit Hood' Saraaparilla,
th Blood Mtdlcln. '
In spite i of the Increased costs
and great scarcity of Important
roots, herbs, etc.. the etnndard of
quality and the quantity of Hood's
Sarmpnrllla - have been -faithful
maintained, and Are today the same
' us when this medicine was first per
fected ane offered to the public.
A hrxHle of-Hood's Barsaparitla
wilh average to last three or 'four
weeks, while others last but a week
or two. and some even leas time.
Hood's Parsaparilla Is effective
as a blood purifying and , tonlo
medicine and also after th Flu.
Orip. fevers and other debllltatjng.
blood-poisoning disenses. re purl-
. fles the blood, creates an appetite,
and makes food taste good.
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President and his Congress today facta
greater and more numerous tasks than
any administration in American his
tory,' In the opinion of men of long
service here In the House and (Senate.
A mere recital of the question nit.
VP to Harding and the ( 7th Cotigrt
for solution is staggering Senators and
members of the Hiouse who have been
looking over the )b declared today.
Washington had a huge task at the
end pf the Revolution. Andrew John
na and V. R. Grant had the aftermath
of th Civil -War to cope with. Wood
row Wilson had the world war and the
making of peace, but Hnrding , it was
pointrd out, has more than all of them
jut together. .
Ha has made plain to his party lead
er (n Congress that he understand
thifc . and ha apealed for even de
manded thetr on -operation.
Here are a few of the question with
which Harding and Cungresa must
peace with Germany. ... . . . .....
Decision nto the manner in which
th C nlted State will cn-operste with
the rvst uf the woiid (If at all in an
aiucat ton of natioim for preservation
uf world ieac.
Arramrementa for repayment of
mora than l(!,ftOii,iio(i,oo loaned to
:re,it Itritaln. France. Italy, Riiasia,
tlretce and a doaen smaller nations.
The HiiKMian problem,
trade with that country.
Th Japanese question. Including
Japanese land ownership in California
and Japanese, Immigration.
MfUen; our relations with th tWire
f,o.i t-F'Vrrnniept, -
4,'vUtmbia, th long pvnjing Irmly
TtecQnalliatlnnr of Insurgent elements
within the Republican party.
Fixing of policies with respect to the
si?e of the army and navy, particularly
a to the trend of -naval construction.
, Establishment of a policy towards
businec3,v(3manded to help stabilize
aud revive American Industry, and In
volving a conflict between advocates
of strict governmental regulation and
those who want entire freedom from
it. . .
Revision and repeal of espionage
laws curtailing the freedom of speech
and the press, involving a controversy
over the need for certain safeguards
The railreads; settlement of claims,
adoption cf a policy.
The mere opt marine; adoption of a
policy, including decision on Panama
canal tolls tor American ship.
There are irany other tasks, rff
stioias. iii the main, of !h"sn n-.a -T
ones, but til complicated Ann pvplet
Inc. Il.irAinti will find hlmsVf. too,
according to prediction, between the
millstones of opinion of his advisers,
some of whom want the foreign ques
tions solved first, while others demand
instant attention to domestic issues, to
the excursion of all else.
Tires "ah& 'Tubes
BUILT FOR EXTRA SERVICE.
" We make all adjustments. ,
' a t., ,-r r-, t i
FOR SALE AT TJIE FOLLOWING PLACES:
' ' Geftson & Marty.
; , Jeett & Dimicfc p
Perkins & Amnions. -
Ellis-Schiller Co. '
Highway Service Station
Steele's Service Station
Automobile Show. Lets Go! March 10-11-12.
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1Ti- PI.AJtS XSIQVB iLP.
IIKMrtXA, Mont., March 5 (A. '-3
Including j P.) This city Is planning a unique jS3
convenience for automobile tourists. 13
a hush map, that , will entirely cover IE3.
a great billboard, to be erected In tb!
IncaJ automobile tourist camp. It will; i
show forests, roads, passes, towns and S ;
Will l, riyinl.it k,.- Ipuiln ... tuZ
In Greater Dtmanrl and SatUfytng More People
every day,' -
1 B.L. BURROUGHS-Hc Has It! I
Get the Proofs
or LaJIey Sapeiiority
Y JJGHT wi" amith "ulfeient power, direct, withotat
the aid ol.Uw battery, to av. you 20' expense. . , 7. WKnou
It doe not need a large, expensive battery. , "'
' 4 tor Precision -, to last and giye depend- '
, It ran aa quietly andmoothly as sewing machine. ,
-It is the simpler plant made, having only three moving parts.
- can Deassemoiea and disassembled with a wrench and a
driver in a short time. '
-It has been used by thousands of pwnerser a period of 10 years
These are mere statements, of course, but thev should ,e
Interest sufficlenUy to come in and have us pwt Xmi T
That's what we are here for to explain the LALLEY i in Hi
demonstrate it. superioriUea Come in BS
Be Sure-See the LALLEV First
STURGIS & STORIE
HaJquartn for Elrttrkal
Equipment for ih feoM .
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