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DAILY EAST OREGOSIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 11, 1021.
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WHFX LOVE SH.UX WALK THAT WAY
. (By Frank I Stanton.)
Tou com to Love in tits Borrow
From a dim and distant laud.
And Banff of a an eel tomorrow, 1
And whispered: "I understand!
' I know tha way that la weary
The dark that dreams of day;
But never the dark is dreary
When Love shall walk that way!"
You rami to Love In his sorrow
When hU lonely lips made moan,
But God will keep tomorrow
With Love's hand In your own!
And the dark night drift In glory.
And the winter dream of May, -
Singing the violet's story
When Love shall walk that way!
. Copyrighted for the East Oregonlan Pub. Co.
DOWN WITH ILLITERACY
DENOUNCING as a "crime, a shame and a disgrace" condi
tions that permitted more than 30 per cent of the young
men of draft age to be classified as illiterates, Gen. John J.
rershing, in a talk to the soldier patients at Walter Reed army
hospital, Washington, made an apepal for such action as would
impress upon communities the obligations the latter owed to the
youth of the United. States in education. His startling disclos
ures also constitute one of the strongest possible arguments for;
compulsory education, at least up to a certain age. This appeal
by General Pershing, and the illiteracy to which he called atten
tion, it is pointed out, emphasizes the importance of federal
department of education, one which would give moral and fi
nancial support to the states in their campaigns against ignor
. The Washington Post, in an editorial discussing the report of
the house committee on education, through Chairman Fess, rec
ommending the passage of the department of education meas
ure, drives home some of the facts with respect to illiteracy con
tained in the report. The editorial says in part:
. ," "It (the report) places the United States as ninth in rank
among the civilized nations in the matter of education, which
will come as a surprise to a majority of the people, who held the
idea that this countrywas a leader in literacy. It also. quotes
former Secretary of the. Interior Franklin K. Lane to the effect
that illiteracy alone is responsible for an economic loss of $825,
000,000 a year in this country. -
"It is carefully explained that the pending bill, does not at
tempt to set up standards or to exercise any authority over the
conduct of the schools. It seeks through government coopera
tion and aid to encourage education throughout the country and
leaves to the States all detail with respect to courses of study,
plans and methods. , Nor does it appropriate any money,' but
lixes a limit of $100,000,000 a year which congress may appro
priate, or any part of it, and the states can only secure portions
cf an appropriation by complying with the provisions' of the act
after the method provided in the federal good roads act.
"For years there has been an insistent demand for the estab
lishment of a department of education in the government, with
a view to co-ordinating the federal agencies already existing for
the furtherance of education and to extend the scope of the
work." . ,
ONE SMASH IS ENOUGH '' " '
N trial for her life accused of murder, Clara Smith Hamon :
8 lvsaid: "Those whose que is "eat, drink and be merry, for
- tomorrow ye may die," for their part in life, think they
ere happy, put it is only the deepest sorrow and a guise of tem
porary bliss. This is usually realized when a tragic crash comes
and then it is too late." ,
Having played the game the young woman should know
whweof she speaks. It is only necessary; to add that when youJ
ride in the airplane of fast living and loose thinking it is usually
necessary to drop but once in order to make a sizable wreck,
particularly if there is a murder in the wind.
ONE MAN'S CHOICE . ' -
RATHER than pass his last days in "a poor house, an aged
resident of Seaside committed sulside. Bidding those
who had called to take him to the home provided by the
county, to wait for a few moments while he made preparations,
he did that which left for his callers to do only a service for the
-dead.. , . . . . .
; , We cannot condone an act of self-destruction and neither
can we condemn the cold form of charity typified by a county
poor house. The one is as indefensible as the other is necessary,
but we can sometimes understand the one andalways regret
the eternal exigencies which require the other. And what hu
man heart is hot touched by an expression of proud spirit that
firefera death to the callous charity of government! -Verily,
ife's little tragedies are all about us.
FOOD SITUATION IN
i i RUSSIA IS SERIOUS
RIGA. March 11. (A. P.) Three
brigades of the bolnhevik troops rn
Mowow have joined the revolutionary
forces according to advices. The ac
tion was prompted by the acute food
OFIK'KItS AltH AOQIITTED
PORTLAND, MarchlL (A. P.)
Federal Judge Bean ' yesterday dis
missed the manslaughter chaw
ifain.st all the officers accused In con
nection with the death of Robert D.
Why Are Skin Diseases
So Difficult to Overcome?
When your skin breaks oat wita
Krfiinsr eruptions, tetter, rash, ec-'
leraa, psoryasis, or other terrifying
disorders, temporary relief will do
you but little ffood, for soon all the
it-bin? and irritation breaks out
i..tt with renewed fury. na you
soon reailw that local remedies
w - - .?r salves ana simi-
Jtr treatment w;U cever rid you of
vr trouble. . ...
' n.m.m wiMm originate in the
stantial relief you must treat them
through the blood.
The best remedy for this purpose
is S.3.S, the fir-s old blood remedy
that purifies the blood of disease
germs, and thus restore! the skin
to s normal and healthy condition.
Begin taking BJS.S. today, and
write a complete history of your
case, and, pur medical director will
give yoa expert advice without
charge. Address Chief "Medical Ad
viser, 161 Swift Laboratory, At
IS. IN IKK : :
BUYS NEW RESIDENCE
(Fast Orcfonlan Sueuinl.l
ADAMS, March 11. Mrs. John My
rlck, who has sold her rani Ii near
Adams to Mr. augl Mis. SiriH- o( tin
Kast, are IchvIok tothty for Walla
Walla, where they huve uuri'huMed a
nice home, a house of eiKht rooms on
two nice corner lots, and will mnkei
Walla Wnlltt their future homo, We
rejeret to have them leave Adams, us i
airs. Myrirk.wus an active church
worker and a regular attendant at
Sunday school and iilso belonged to
the Adams ladies' Club She spent
the day In I'endlutou Thursday with
her daughter before going to Wulla
Mrs, H. Rothrock motored to Ad
ams today to do some shopping.
The A ilums young people will
f ive an entertainment In the city hall
on Friday evening. ' j
Mr. Welsler of the Interior Grocery
Company of AVulla Walla, was calling
on the Adams business people -today.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wallun motor
ed to Adams today.
The Booster Hand met Monday aft
ernoon at the Baptist church and Con
United their work.
Trayer meeting on Wednesday even
ing at 7:30 at the Daptlst church.
Clarence Power was leader and a good
audience Wns in attendance and a bus
iness meeting was held after the meet
ing was dismissed.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Bunch and chil
dren and Mr. and Mrs. Charley Bunch
and children, motored to Arlington
and were the guests of tr. and Mrs.
Joe Bunch for the day. .
Mrs. M. O. Carlstrom is confined to
her home with a bad cold.
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Morrison and
family motored to Walla Walla Satur
Mrs. Giadwyn Spencer was the guest
of Miss Geraldine Morrison Saturday
for dinner. . ' , ' '
Mr. Maj-berry motored to Pendleton
Saturday on business. ' .
Joo Dames was in Pendleton Mon
day to do some shopping.
Ik 1 Rogers motored to Adams
Monday from Pendleton. . v-
Ileverenil Luther attended the Bap-'
tist conference in ' Pendleton Priday
and Saturday. .; . '
Mr. and .Mrs. Rae of Walla Walla,
are the guests of their daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. Revella Lieuallen, for a few
days. . . . ; '.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dames motored to
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wallan motored to;
Pendleton Tuesday to do some shop
pint?. , v
Hoy IJesvoign Is still "busy sawing
wood In and around. Adams.
F. M-.Whlteley has" been painting
for Mr. Clint Holcorob and is doltm
some repairing on their ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Duputa molored
to Adams today.
F. M. Whiteley is doing some car
penter work for John Adams this
week, preparing a house for spring
chickens which will soon arrive us
they" have JOO almost ready to pick ,
Mrs. Ella Bowling lias had , all -ff
their trees - trimmed, which Will
make quite an improvement . to tn.t
place and a nice pile of good wood.
Tha work was done by Mr- Daney. .
G. O. Richardson, .Adams postmast
er, has had some repairing done on
his chicken house and yard by Mr.
Mr. Daney Is trimming up the trees
at the M. E. parsonage as they were
quite large trees. .
- Emmit Darr has been living in his
garage since the fire ot Bunch brota-
ers. ' . .. i
, Mr. Marlow is busy cultivating ai-
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DOROTHY HODGEJiS t j
' Lajoie. former baseball staf.
once told Dorothy Hodgene that
he was the only girl he ever
knew wba could play ball. Now
Dorothy U a diamond star at Wil-
'sob College, Chambersbdrg, Pa.,
.and aspires to be the 'Home Ran
j Queen" of base bait a rival of
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There in a man in your city .or vicinity representing
himself ns being an advertising solicitor for the Western
Railway Journal. -
We wish, to 'advise all business men and merchants
that any such person is a faker.
The above' message was received trom E. J, Elbury of
San Francisco by Cash Powell of the Railway Brother
hood. ' " , ' '
If she doesn't care for
For particular folks Vho don't Jike creams,
there's the special Vogan Superla package.
"Just chocolate covered caramels, nougats,
toffee and other elicaous "crunchy" and
'chewy" kinds. Look for the brown Superla
V Paclcage' --At letter dealers everywhere.
Vogan Candy Company
Fottlaaa Scattla tipokaaa Tacoau
' " Qhocojate, 60c, lb.,'. ,
' 7 ... Regular, J1,00 Jb: .
Chocolate Nut Fudge
All candies reader right
here in our clean, sanitary
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'.' Merchants' Lunch, 45c
Good, quick, clean service
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Lens . v;
away with that extra pair
of glasses. They trive you
far and near vision in the
winie lens? yet the lower
part is invisible. ' '
They must be fitted righj;
AtHcrliga :a l'Outl Rulkllng
falfa in and around Adams this weok.
Charley Darr came to Adams today
to do sume shopping.
Mrs. Kvari McCollum Is able to be
out today after remaining jit home
sick for the past 3 weeks.
Mrs. Jack Baker Is confined to her
home with a. bad cold.
Mrs. Simonton and Mrs. Lester went
to 'Pendleton 'today to do some shop-plug.
Clint Holcomb motored to Adams
today to do some shopping and his
men will move to the Kcservutlon
ranch tomorrow and begin spring
work. Although the wind has been
blowing hard fur tho ptoat three days
the farmers are starting their spring
Mrs. Frank Martin of Pendleton,
was the guest of her daughter. Mrs.
Ed Wallan, today. . ,v
Ir. arid Mrs. .Chits. Dupuis motored
to. Adams today.
J. O. Hales began plowing today, on
hi ranch near Adams and has a num
ber of big trees, to grub. up on tho old
lioll Morrison, John Hales and Joe
Bruntop motored to Adams today.
Mrs. Werst ,and Mrs. G. , Bust of
Pendleton, were the guosts of their
sister, Mrs. Ed Wallan, Friday.
. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Lieuallen motored
to Adams today from their ranch near
town . ; t , - .'
ST. P.U'Ii VIMHCATKD.
LONDON', March 11. Men trans
lated the Bible and twisted St. Paul's
remarks about women to suit their
own ideas. That Is divulged by" Miss
K. Ilaleigh to the Women's Freedom
. The apostle's remarks about wom
en, she said, were badly twisted In!
translation and It could be prosed by !
tho removal of a few dots and commas
that St. Paul did NOT:" Forbid wom
en to preach; command them to obey
their husbands; Insist that for ever
and aye, whatever the fashion of the
country, they should wear huts In
churclf, say that they should never
wear jewelry and fine clothes.
"In the sentence 'Women obey your
husbands'," said Miss lialelgh, "the
correct translation of the word 'obey'
is 'be considerate toY
. s St. Paul. is rehabilitated.
OLD l'HIKXD TiltXS IP
STRUXiED CONIHTIOXS .
ILWK BEAMISH EFFKCT
CHICAGO, March .JL (A. "re
strained industrial conditions had a
bearish effect today on wheat: Prices
closed heavy,. 1 ,1-4 to .2 l-2c.net low
er, with March $1.6G 1-2 and May
1.57 1-2 to 1.57 3-4. Corn lost l'-2c
to -8"-Sc and oats 3-Sl-2 to 3-4
7-8. In provisions the outcome was
unchanged to 10 lower, .
Despite temporary, bulges duo to re-;
viva! of talk about crop damage by
green bugs and to, word of some new
export business, the market displayed
no sustained buying power, and there
was active selling: pressure. Confl-'
dence by bulls seemed to be Impaired
by the .evident prospect of wage dif
ferences on a large scale. In addition
to a threatened strike in the meat
packing Industry, notice was taken of
a walkout of boatmen at. New York
and of possible labor trouble among
the flour mills at Mlnenapolls. Lower,
prices, however, came only after an
nouncement that another of the larg
est railway systems had taken steps
toward a downwartPrevlslon of wages'.
The market closed at practically, the
day's bottom Hgures..
Corn and oats declined In sympathy
with wheat. ' '
Packers' selling more than counter-'
balanced in the provision market the
stimulus of h.'eher'jtu.otations on hogs.
EVEN THE IHK5 PROTESTS, t
Itedd Is. that your dog growling'
so 7' .. '. :'
Greene It Sure Is. ,
"What's he growling about?"
' "Because meat is so-high." Tonk
."Pape's Diapepsih' jat.'orice
' ends Indigestion and )
Sour, Acid Stomach '
- "It seems to me I have already
heard soma of the stories told by this
"Perhaps you have."
"He's a reired 'bartender who has
gone Into vaudeville." Birmingham
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Jlareh Bring Out Unsightly., Spots.
,j Ilow to Itemuve Knxilx.' '
The 'woman with tender skin dread's
March because It is likely to cover her
face with ugly freckles. No master
how thick her veil,' the sun and winds
have a strong tetidifnoy to make her
freckle-, -- - .. .... .
Fortunately for her peace of mind,
Othlne double strength, makes It
possible for even those most suscept
ible to freckles to keep their skin
clear and white. . .No .. roattqr, how
stubborn. a- case of freckles you. have.
the double strength Othine should re-'
move them.: fc . ." , . . v ;
(lat an ounce from vour druggist
and banish flie freckles. Money back
If it fails. ' . .
Friday,. March 18 ,
InTheir Greatest Success
' "THE HIGH COST OF LOVING
: A Whirl of Mirth rMusic and Girls
Symphonic Jazz Orchestra
Mail Orders Received TTow
Reserved Seats on Sale at the Peoples Warehouse
Prices $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00, plus tax
Dr. K. J. York,. ,tho well known
Chinese physician, who has treated
many suffering men and . women of
various diseases from far distant coun.
tries. . '! :. , ., ,- ... j
"These people who have been per
manently cured from their doctor's
treatments ate living today with their
sound health. , .
'His treatment consists of no harm
ful drugs, but It consist's only of pure
roots and herbs, h"lch have been
used In China for many centuries
This Chinese dc-etor will, sell you
any home treatments you may desire
With low price. If you are not well,
wrli're us for particular
K. G. YORK CHINESE MEDICINE
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431 W. ltoso -8t.
. AValla W nlla, Wash.
YOU'RE LOOKING FOR FULL VALUE "FOR
YOUR MONEY THESE DAYS. WE'RE
, - GIVING IT.
Winesap Apples, srnjH,
..sizes, J)03. . . ,$1.Q(L
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Those. Small Orariges
. jare still 3 doz. for 50c
-Honey In Glass
. Pints . . . : ..'. . . 43c
2 Quarts $1.40
Our Own Roast Pa--.nuts,,lb'
We carry Schillings Tea
; Coffee, Spices,; Ex-,
Noodles, pkg. ... 10c
230 E. Court St.
C. L. Bonney Pres.1
Lumps of undigested food . cause
fialn. If your stomach Is In a revolt;
If sick, g.wy end upsi.-t, and what you
Just ate has fermented and turned
hour; he.1 dizzy 01 aches; bolch
gases. and acids and eructate undigest
ed fond Just take a tabllet or two of
Pope's IXnfK'Pstn to help neutralize
acidity and In five minutes you wonder
what became of the pain, aridity, indi
gestion and distress.
. If your stomach doesn't take care of
your liberal llm't without rebellion; If
your food is dHn'.ao inKtead of a
help, irmcnibcr thn qulckt' surest.
most han;t! '
stoma'" Ii antacid Is
Pat e't D pepsin, which Coalf so little
at drug stores.
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