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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON. OREGON, THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 31, 1021.
JAPANESE QOESTIOM .
B BROUGHT TO HEAD
One is Law Passed in 1920
Regulating' Foreign Langu.
age in Schools of Island.
mm BPMim we are ready.
Willi complete displays' of authentically styled-Spring apjuirel for Men, Women and Children. '
Women's Arch Preserver SHOES
is the name of
a shoe. Right
in this store is
a pair for you.
Come in for
style; it helps
you to walk
with" a big,
port and hon
est fit. Right!
You will say,
"doesn't hurt a
bit" Each pair
the quality is
fine; style with
good looks is
what they com
and those who have not right away say, "they just
k hit the spot"; verily they say of an ordinary shoe,
everytime I wear one I declare I am through!
Readily a booster you will be if you wear
The Arch Preserver Shoe."
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WE STIRRED UP SOMETHING
When we announced the opening of our big
CUT PRICE SHOE SALE 1 t
Viul Why Not?
In Our Bargain Basement
You nctcr before bought Children's Shoes at such prices.
Yoti never iH-fiwe- botiulit Women's Shoes nt nwIi ,i;ct-s.
Vihi never before bout: lit Men's Mum's at wh prievs.
Anil besides the resular" slink of lUiatnuiit Footwear e arc iiuiudiii all
Athletic Shoos ami Sandal. 1 ' '
Come and Load Up.
Get a Good Big Supply Without Spend
ing Much Money.
aHK euv 3nta- Ortig.iy
tab An wumt PkpAUMMM CU rZ
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Soap, White Laundry, 20 bars . . . $1.00
Shoulder Meat, country, the lb 20c
Bacon Backs, the pound ; 30c
Cheese Brick, the pound 50c
Cheese, Swiss, the pound 60c
Codfish, absolutely boneless, pound 35c
Peanut Butter, the pound '. 20c
Garden Seeds and Onion Sets.
KIccn Maid Bread.
It will pay you to visit this store every
day. New merchandise arrives by every
We are pleased to announce
HALF PRICE SALE
OF ALUMINUM WARE
for Friday and Saturday.
We wish to call your atten
tion to our big sale of
All at 19c the pair. ,
Fine ribbed hose for girls,
heavy ribbed hose for boys.
LA PORTE MARVEL RADIANT
Here is a Serviceable Fabric, a yard 90e
No more stylish fabric will be worn in spring and summer
dresses this season than La Porte Marvel Radiant. This au
thoritative fashion design is characteristic of the charming
dresses for which Marvel Radiant is adaptable. The ma
terial takes its name from the silvery silk stripe running
through it. It is an elegant piece tf goods and serviceable,
the yard, 90c.
TOILE DU NORD AND RED SEAL DRESS
Our price, the yard 19c
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J WHERE if PAYS TO TRADE
SPECIAL SALE OF MEN'S SHOES
'Values up to $8.50
Your choice, only 4.95
These are wonderful values, fine leathers, cor
rectly made, nearly all sizes, mostly button styles,
some of medium weight, some heavy.
; CHOICE ONLY $4.95. ,
SUMMER BLOUSES ENTIRE
LY NEW IN CREATION
THEY'RE PRICED FROM $3.75 TO
worn with a white or plaid skirt, these
blouses give an added note of distinctive
ness to the wearer. The fineness of the
fabrics as well as the dainty trimmings
used in fashioning, make them favorites
for stylish summer wear.
ONE SPECIAL LOT
consisting of Georgettes and Tricollettes,
all sizes 36 to 4G, new shades, smart and
good. Choice '. . $5.75
Make this store your store. Use our
free conveniences, post office department,
i phones, rest room, etc. '
Tht wartfkrfafly nSati.
jj parir-wtut mmpfciiuM
ppe3nnc ot youth. Re
sult art feu tint. tii(hlr
ftwetrag action. Over 75
Said IS c for Trial St
tut. t. norms so
BtC W X DTK L-IJf
Newest Parisian Coiffures
FOR KILO OF SALU
Mirnint Will Power
Thn Jtuppr Expert: Well. sir. how
i your will power after that first les
The Patent: Wonderful! Why.
this morning I got my wife to mind
the baby for nearly 20 minutes. .New
times can be
woman has the
right to Buffer
when the can
Suppose you do
spirits and general
times? Your case
is not hopeless.
Try Doctor Fierce's
Favorite Present)- !
tion. Sold by
Discontent Could Not be Con
cealed When Fighting; Men
Returned Home to Distress.
drafts to liquiai- thh
STOCKHOLM, March 31. (A. P.)
Ruaman peasants aouth of Moacow
gladly sell a horse for three boxes ot
matches or a kilo of salt, it Is declared
by persons said to be in touch with
conditions in the interior of the coun
try. Observers cite this state of affairs
as the cause of the counter revolution
in March, which, they say, began to
take definite form in January. Un
wleidiness of the Soviet administrative
machine, the differences among the
Bolshevist leaders and the fuel crisis
with consequent stoppag-e of transpor
tation and lack of food are given as the
reasons for the subversive movement.
Discontent which was prevalent
throughout Russia during the war per-
cid, but concealed in the presence ot
the invading enemy, could no longer
be repressed when the fighting men
returned home to find want and dis
tress. The first signs of revolt against the
existing order are said to. have been
apparent at the Russian trades-union
congress in Moscow last November.
There were further evidences of dis
satisfaction in the eighth All-Russian
(Soviet Congress which convened in
splendor at Moscow last December.
These symptoms of reaction, it is
stated, were unaparent on the surface,
but made themselves felt among those
behind the scenes. Harmonious reso
lutions were adopted, but the attack
came from a quarter whose import
ance could not be doubted.
In this Eighih Congress, the rneta
workers' and miners' unions, led by
Hchliapnikoff, urged the democratiza
tion of the government, which, it was
charged, was military and bureaucrat
ic. Schliapnlkoff also demanded that
the food administration be placed en
tirely In the hands of the trade unions.
This was plainly an attack against
the Communist executive) committee
These art the modes of eolCure Frenclj women of fashion now
are demanding; the hair worn low on the forehead and a knot high
on the head, held in plaot by a fan-shaped comb of light and dark
amber, as shown on the left; or a Psyche knot low on the back of
the neck with the bair combed ratothly down;, as shown on the right.
or tablets, or send
10c. to Dr. Pierce'a
J4 Invalids' Hotel in
I r -J uriA vt v
isuiiaiu, in. i.. ior
a trial Darkflr
V 1 l'u-ad what this
NtJ woman Bays:
est soviet authorities.
More recently the press of the coun
try has shown signs of greater free
dom and has not hesitated to attack
policies of the government which. It is
raid, has Intrenched Itself by appoint
isg thousands of petty officials.
Precis controversies have rovealed
BliHO!. C'L. "Ahoirt Art. Mra i animosities between leaders. For in-
ago 1 suffered severely. I convnlted a janc. Trotsky and his followers are
iocaJ doctor and he said I would have i'-clared to be ml upon a policy of na-
o undergo an operation. 1 Hien tried j t-lonallsatlon of trade unions, wht reas
lr. Tierce's t svorite Prescription j Limine ili'vc It wiser to maintain the
tok mi bottle also one bottle ol the j independence of the unions apart from
tioidnn Medical Discovery,' and ced the government and to use them as
the 'Louon TstileU, and I have not training schools f.- Communism. And
br9 tn-ubled unna. M&t. L. ti. thrri, .r. numerous otti r ktoups
projects, revealing a tendency to de
stroy the former unity of front in Rus
, Within recent weeks the transpor
tation of coal from The Donetz valley
has grown steadily less. Tho produc
tion was lietween 20,00i and 400,000
tons monthly, but only about 150,000
tons were loaded for rail haulage, due
to the practice of expropriation by
subordinate soviet corporations or
Simultaneously with the reduction
in the coal supply, there was an almost
complete cessation of delivery of wood.
In addition to this, the snowless winter
and the slaughter of horses in 1920
added to the difficulties of local transport.
Lack of fuel resulted in the shutting
down of rail traffic. According to so
viet newspapers no trains are running
"n 30 lines and on the others only
rudimentary schedules are being main
Ijittle hope for improvement Is held
out unless supplies of naptha stored
at Baku can be brought Into the center
of the country.
RETURNED TO UKiAH
AI.BKIQMT, R- F. l. So. 1.
I which, It is stat' d, are bent upon other
(East Orcgonlnn Special.)
UKIAH. March 31. Mr. and Mrs.
George (Jaldwell who have been In
Portland for the last five months re
turned Wednesday to their home In
l'kiRh,-and were glad to get back to
Hatitern Oregon. They made the trip
from i'endletnn to Portland In nine
hours in their car, which they had to
leave at Pilot Kck on account of the
rough roads in Camas Prairie.
Jay Bespsin returned from OleX
Thursday alter a few months absence.
Henrv Larinka of Pendleton was in
Vkiah the first of the week going on
to the Lazinka ranch to look after hi
Robert Bond came In Wednesday
from T oakum with his cattle which he
will turn out on the grass.
Earl Mettle left Wednesday for But
ter Creek where he will have employ
ment with Frank Chapman.
J. T. Huston left for Pendleton
Thursday to pay taxes and transact
other business, returning Monday.
Albert Peterson has made two trips
over the roads between Uklah and
Pilot Rock within the last few days.
Mrs. George Ness and daughters who
have been in Pendleton for the last
five weeks' where Florence was taking
treatment for a nervous breakdown
returned Monday and Florence is very j
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Kirk left Tuesday
morning for Pendleton. Mr. Kirk will
return to Uklah and Mrs. Kirk will go
to Racine MiBconsln to visit with rel
atlves for a month, after which she
will return, bringing her aged mother
Mrs. Kvaris of Raaine, home with her
who will visit Mr ah unlimited time at
the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Kirk near
Walter Allison returned Tuesday
from Pendleton after" spending three
weeks there withil small son who
was scalded but Is now rapidly recov
ering. Mrs. Allison and the baby -will
return home later after the roads get
better. " ,
I'kinh was visited with cold dis
agreeable weather last week. j
George Ness made a business trip to
Pendleton and b;ick last week.
Fred f'eterson made a business trip
to Alba Monday returning the same
I-ee liurr left for Pilot Rock Tues
day for a load of freight for the Peter
iillllo Anderson left for TTcho last
Sunday on buHlness, returning the last
of the week.
Fayette Mettle has rented Mrs. Em
ma Lens ranch which he will farm
this 5-ear. (
Born to Mr. and Mis. John Arbngast
of Ritter a son.
Mr, EUia Mulkcy of Bitter waa a
night enroute to XevaJii for
guest at the Uklah
weeks visit "with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Constants arrived
home Wednesday. Mrs. Constants has
been in Pendleton reatlng for the lust
three months and returned home very
and fcivn by the primary pupils. Clar
ence Huston, Krwin Laurance and
Clarence Powell were on the program
committee and the program was well
arranged and well given. The program
was as follows;
Song, Mtiv Day, school; recitations,
"Vida HHnlck, Ford Peterson; song.
HO.Vi l.ri.I. T. H., A.'imli S1.-('A. '
(A. P.I Two pieces of ' legislation.
one nlreudv-oit the statute bool.s of
the territory and the other on Its wBy
through the legislature, promise to
bring the Japanese question to a head
in iliiwall. The firm is the law pass
ed Into in 1M0 regulating fotelKrt
lungmige schools snd the second l
the bill to regulate the fire!gn Ifirt
un the language school lav the de
partment of public Instruction, backed
l.y the attorney genernl, has refused to
alter its position, despite strong rep.
reoentatlnn mnde by .ChlnoHiike Yada,
eonstif-gencral of Japan, and the lead
ing Japanese professional and busi
ness men of Honolulu.
The Inw provides that teachers In
fihelgn language schools, which are ,
limited to one hour's Instruction dally
for six dtiys of the week, shall pass ex
aminations for permanent certificates
at the eyl of the first nnd second
yenrs or the act's operation, In the
meantime teaching jn temporary cer
tificates. The Japunese held out for
certificates which will permit their
teachers a give Instruction for five
vesrs after punning their examinations
with the aid of Interpreters, If neces
interpreters will be permitted for
the examination for the one-year tem
porary license, says the department ot
public Instruction, but for the perma
nent certificate examination the
teachers must stand on their own lin
guistic legs, and those legs must be
On the heels of this ultimatum
came the bill requiring the foreign
language press to file translation of
.nil articles, not bona fide advertise
ments, with the territorial authori
ties. This measure origlnnted with
the American legion. '
"Such a law would put this paper
out of business, and, I believe, every
other Japanese paper In the Islands,"
said Yasuturo ftga, editor of the I'lp
pu Jljt of Honolulu, the ' most Influ
ential Japanese dally m Hawaii. "It
is very radical,"' he added, "and wo
could not stand the extra expense."
Opinion In Japanese consulate-general
circles on the language' press bill
(vent a step farther. There It was re
garded ss little short of Intimidatory.
The Japanese do not - dispute the
territory's right to scan their papers,
but they ny the expense should not be
thrust on them. If the Japanese and
other foreign language press Is to be
regulated and censored, they declare,
the expense of the centorship should
be borne by the territory.
"The public of Japan will be much
interested to read a piece of legisla
tion like this," said Mr. Soga of the
N'lppu Jljl and. It is reported, the ca
ble carried a digest of It to Tokio as
soon ns it had been introduced In the
Mrs. Alma Ilolln of Pilot Rock came j "The Rain", xchool; recitation, "Be-
up Wednesday to get her young son
Maxwell I.enz is a new pupil In the
seventh grade. He has been attend
ing school at Krupp, Washington.
Nellie Anderson and Grace Peterson
have been awarded progress pins for
the Palmer method of writing and are
now working for Palmer certificates.
Beulah Moore has received her Pal
Ruth Moore and N'ollie Anderson
have finished ten book reports.
Grace Peterson has received 100
per cent In spelling for the last two
Sheldon Laurance, Lyman Peterson,
Nellie Anderson and Grace Peternpn
received 98 per cent In spelling test,
and Grace Peterson ond Ijorena Ness
received 100 per cent In the grammar
test. The state question for eighth
grade were used In grammar.
Afl of the pupils in Mrs. (Slaughters
room tvere neither absont nor tardy
during the past month. They have a
perfect record for cleaning nails and
teeth. As a reward they have1 been
granted a half holiday. The' names
are as follows. Lyman Peterson, Grace
Peterson, Sheldon- Lourance, Beulah
Moore, Ruth Moore, Russell Moore,
Nellie Anderson, Maxwell Lenz, Lorcna
Ness and Ersel Glbbs,
The pupils of the upper grades, sur
prised Mrs. Parrot on her birthday
March 15 by marching In at noon, with
cakes, salads, sandwiches and othei
good things to eat, and a good time
was enjoyed by all.
The pupils In tho primary grades
have been studying Holland. They
hav constructed a beautiful sand-
table picture llulstratlng dutch scenes
and life.- '
A record of cleaning nails and teeth
was kept in the primary room and only
three forgot once.
Clarence Powell, Leila "Helmick,
Clarence HustonT Willie Walker and
Rae Case have received rending certifi
Those neither absent nor tardv In
the primary room for the month end
ing March 25th are Leila Helmick,
Clarence Huston, Krwin Laurance,
Georgia Martin, I-conn Glbbs, Leta
I'eterson, "Clarence 'Powell, ' John
Powell and Willie Walker.
The eoster party given by Mrs. Tar.
rot and her pupils Friday proved to
be a great success. Tho room was
beautifully decorated for tho occasion.
An original program wns arranged
cause He Did Not Think," Rae Case,
"Tho Bachelor Solo,'' Ruby Case; "The
JSnln," Charley Mills"; sohg. "Hetty
and Billy," school; recitations,
"Pprlng," Clinton Martin; "The Roys
Glen Martin; "What I Can Do,"
Andrey Moore; "Twinkle Twinkle Lit
tle Star," John Powell; "The Wind,'
I.eta Peterson: ' "Sleep Baby Sleep,"
!-e!la Helmick; song, "The Lout Doll,"
Leona Gibbs; "The Little Red Hen,"
dramatized by Georgia Martin, Ewing
ITynd, Andrey Moore and John Powell;
dialogue, "The Deaf Grandma," Leona
Glbbs. Nonml Moore, Leta Peterson
and f-.'rwin Laurance. Recitations
"Hie star Family," Gcorla Martin;
"The floy and the Wind," Clarence
Powell; "The Flowkcr,"' lowing Hyndi
"Th Difference." Willie Walker;
"Only line," Rwlng Walker; "Coasting
Down the Hill," Clarence Huston.
After tho urogram the Children had
a good tlmo hunting caster baskets.
The following were guests: The pupils
end teachers of the upper grades, Mrs.
Hynd, Mrs. Laurance, Mrs. Case Mrs,
Tort Martin, Mrs. Lenz, and Harold
Martin, Fonda Helmick, Ford Peter
sen, Lillias Hynd, John Moore. Norms
Lens: and Virginia Lnurance.
"iCalifornia Syrup of Figs'
Child's Best Laxative
Crow's Feet, Wrinkles -
and Enlarged Pores
Delightful New Vanishing; Crenm Con
taining True Hotter milk Makes t ,
Many a Woman Ijook
There is no secret 'aboot it nor Is
there any doubt about the result H'l
lust common ordinary Hmtermllk In
the form of a wonderful cream gently
massaged' with the finger tips around -the
corners of the eyes and mouth.
No matter whether you are troubled
with wrinkles, hard little lines around
the mouth and eyes, coarse, sallow,
faded looking skin,' or simply rough-
sens and redness caused toy wind and
sun, you will find that all these trials
i quickly dlBappear with the uso of this
old-fashioned' beauty recipe brought
up to date.
To prove this to your complete satis,
faction obtain a small quantity of
Howard's Buttermilk Cream at any
good drug or toilet counter- on tho
money back If dissatisfied plan. Tho
directions are simple and It costs so
little that any girl or woman can af- '
piCHESTll. S PILL?
irtiw in wttm oa WIS fcrtU)fct
Catarrh fa local disease greatl-r mfln-
ujr conniiTUMtn-f I condition.
HALL'S CATARRH. MfeiDICINIS is a
Tonic and Blood purifier. By cleansing
the blood and building up the gyntem,
i ALL'S CATARRH MKDICtNR restores
normal conditions and allows Nature to
ao its work.
All DrugRlsts. Circulars free. 1
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Accept "California" Byrun of Pins
only look for the name California on
the package,, then you are sure your
child is having the best and most
harmless physic for the little stomach.
liver and bowels. Children love Its
fruity taste. Full directions on each
buttls. Yoi- must say "California."
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Rooms 21 and 25 Smith-Crawford
Telaohona 704 " Rea. 741-R
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Chronic and Nervous Diseases an
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Temple Bl.lg. ' Room 1
t'lwiie IIO-W P, O. Bog SSI
Or any part of the electrlo
system on your car overhauled
and repaired. Satisfaction guaranteed.
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