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DAILY EAST OEGONIAN, PENDLETON, OHEGON, TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL IP, 1921.
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as scorns probable the chief American sufferers will be those
who seek foreign markets tyr manufactured jrooils or agricul
tural products. The western farmer is likely to face some em
barrassment in connection with the export market, which in the (
long run fixes the price ot such crops as wheat.
WHERE DOES ENGLAND STAND?
THK UVKt-ESS FISHKIIMAN"
They lunched when I came home las:
Ami said I didn't s?t a hito,
They snirkercd an- lokt d nfnie.
And all the follow-" ifked to see
The ones Id cuukIiU "tiho:" smiil
"H' been out fishlnir all this day
An' hasn't caught a sinsle thing,
lie never got a fish to strins."
I'd rested w hercsoe'er I'd willed,
To me the hum of trade was stilled,
I'd let my thoughts go wandering far
To hi re life's happier glories arc;
I'd whaled like a loy once more.
And even stretched full length t
Jo wntih the white clouds sail the
The very way 1 used to do.
iTII the United States and Japan locking horns over dis
posal of the island of Yap and France assuming a posi
tion friendly to the United States on the subiet-t there
will be much interest in the probable course to be taken by
(Ireat Britain. It appears John Bull has not made his position
clear. If England accepts the American position as correct
there will be nothing for Japan to do but give in.
Though Great Britain has not replied to Secretary Hughes'
note it is believed in Washington circles that Britain will sup
port the American position, passively if not actively. It is said
Italy will give her full support to the attitude of this country.
It is more than probable that our former European allies will
consider that their interests in the Yap issue are more in line
with American interests than with those of Japan.
At the opening of the baseball season in Washington on
April 13 President Harding attended the game and kept a box
score of the battle between the Boston Red Sox and the Senators.
The president is said to be the first chief executive who knew
how to keep a box scor; one advantage of having a newspaper
man in the white house.
laughed at me
Traveled no further than my ears.
'Twas true I'd fished all day without
Bnarinir a single speckled trout.
But what of that I'd "had a day
That I could loaf and dream away.
la mummed with birds and friendly 1 1 d been a free man. blithn nrf v
trea And though of fish I'd landed none
And been as care-free as the brreie. I'd c.tiniht the joys for which I'd gone.
(Copyrifht. 1921. by Edgar A. Guest.)
POSSSIBLE TARIFF RETALIATION
but all their They lunched when I came home at
I And suM I didn't g-t a bite.
They xremed to think my luck was
J They couldn't guess the fun I'd had
1 And couldn't know that all that day
TSAT we are to have an upward revision of the tariff is a set
tled fact. It only remains to be seen how high the sched
ules will be fixed and what the results of the change will
be. The radical protectionist will look upon revision as an un
mitigated blessing but there are others who fear a "kick back."
An article by Thomas Walker Page in the Journal of the Ameri
can Bankers' Association contains the following:
A tariff that rigidly excludts foreign goods is likely to provoke retaliation
in some form by foreign governments and to create a prejudice against Am
erican products among foreign consumers.
Sufficient evidence of this is furnished by the bitterness and resentment
aroused by the emergency tariff bill, whlrn recently passed congress and wis
vetotsl by the president. In Argentina a "bill providing a retaliatory duty of I
4 per cent on American imports is stronsly urged and is widely commended
in the Argentine press. The Canadian newspapers are advocating a further
xtension of the preferential r.rtes on British gootls which were first adopted
Her the passage of our liingley tariff. I'nrortunately there is already in
many countries a wide-spread opinloit. founded oi envy, ignorance and sus
Iicion, that the exchange situation is due to the selfish machinations of Am
erican financiers and business men.- A high tariff tending to make our inter
national trade even mi re one-t.ed than at present will be regarded as a fur
ther expression of a grasping and selfish policy that aims to use our economic
strength to exploit weaker nations. Si ecial circumstances, it is true, will re
strain many countries from formal retaliation: but a general sense of unfair
treatment would hamper business in much'the same T.'ay as would an organ
Should these retaliatory steps be taken by other countries
All the hair-raising rodeo events
held during the week's "Frontier
Days" celebration at Trescott, Ariz., in
the summer were filmed by William
Fox cameramen and the most specta
cular scenes carefully culled for use in
'The Texan,' the latest Tom Mix star
ring picture, booked for the Arcade
Theatre today. Mix himself is said to
perform some brand-new stunts In this
I PASTIME I
I 28 TEAKS AGO j
(From tho Daily Kast Oregonian,
April 19, 1S3.)
A horse with cart attached, dashed
wildly down Court street this forenoon.
It seems that Deputy Sheriff Fraker
was engaged in court business in the
lower end of town and tied the horse
with the lines. It broke loose and
started on its tempestuous run.
Charles Caunningham has returned
from La Grande where he proved up
on his reservation land.
Gus I-a Fontaine has bought some
new equipment for the French Res
taurant. Herbert Boylen is here from Birch
OIICAfiO IS VICTOIt
CHICAGO, April 19. (A. P.) Chi
cago bunched hits behind some erratic
fielding by the visitors and defeated
Pittsburg. 7 to 4, yesterday. Tyler's
wijrlness was responsible for the visit
IN THE GREAT
RUTH OF THE
It Stands to Reason
That we can sell you the better sorts of merchandise, that you have been ac
customed to buying, at prices way below what you would expect to pay be-
cause we sell for cash only, eliminating: all losses due to every credit business.
TAFFETA SILKS are very much the
mode for spring and summer wear.
We are showing a very fine Swiss
finish soft taffeta in the wanted
shades of navy blue, dark, brown
and sapphire blue at the yard $2.39
FINE SOFT TAFFETAS, navy blue
and black, the yard $1.95
THE NEW GRAY TAFFETAS in
very best high grade, heavy soft
finish quality, the yard $2.69
SATIN MESSALINES, an excellent
quality in every respect, all colors,
the yard $1.93
PONGEE SILK, as cheap as cotton,
that's the reason we are selling lots
of it for curtains at the yard. . 69c
JAPANESE CREPE in the various
shades of blue, coral, peach, etc.,
the best high grade quality. Our.'
price, the yard 35c
FOREIGN ORGANDY, the very
sheer permanent finish for gradu
ation dresses in white only. Every-
one in town is admiring the quality
of this fine organdy. The yd. 98c
PEARLINE LAWN is a very sheer,
fine mercerized lawn for infant's
wear, sold in Pendleton only at this
store, the yard ..85c
NAINSOOKS AND LONG CLOTHS
the very best makes, bought on the
new low markets.
Prices on Long Cloth, yd. 16c to 35c
Nainsooks, the yd. ..... 20c to 55c
CHAMOISUEDE GLOVES in the
dark brown shade so much in , de
mand, the pair $1.95
CHAMOISUEDE GLOVES, strap
wrist, champagne shade, sizes 6 to
7'o, the pair $1.69
HOUSE APRONS, a specially pretty
lot of these arrived today, now on
display in the window, each $1.23
Others at 89c to $1.15
New Party Boxes of
Hand Tooled Leather.
Sheer White Hand
kcrchicf. Linen, the
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