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WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 27, 1021.
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I UNd lo want a lovely lawn,
Ptch i.f (rrean,
Fop I have marvolid many times ot
those that I have iw-en,
And in my early dreams of youth the
home that I should k.ep
PossesHed a lawn of beauty rare, a
velvet carpet deep,
But I have changed my mind since
then for then I didn't know
Yhat where the feet of children run
the craw c.tn never jtow.
Now I mlirht own a lovely lawn, hut
I rhould have to say
To all the llttla c.nes about, "Go some
where else to ida-:"
And I should have to stretch a wire i
about my garden space '
RRASS AM CH1I.PKK.V
a level And
mnk. the home where sladness
reigns, a most forhlddiny place,
Hy KtopidiiK all the merriment which
now is ours to knew.
In time, beyond the slightest doubt.
the tender grass would grow.
Hut oh. I want the children
and so I never s-nv
h ncn n?y are romping round the
home, "(So somewhere elso to
Ana though my lawn, seems poorly
Kept and many a spot is bare,
1 d rather see. than growing st;iss.
the youngsters happy there.
1 ve put aside the dream I had In
that far long-ago
I'd rather have a playground than
place for griss to grow.
Fatty Arbuckle la good In hla latest comedy, "The Traveling Sales
man." Staralng with him si Eetty Kosa Clark, above. She's the country
girl Fatty rescues from kind sharks. Tha movie la a return to JVuty'a old
Uni.oXAPUn; Jn hivfu,nn two reelera, - -
(Cop) right, 1921. rty Kdsrar A. Guest.)
THE EAST TRIES TO THINK FOR THE WEST
THE peculiar lack of understanding of the Japanese issue
w hich prevails in the east is illustrated by an editorial in
the New York World, from which the following is a
It is hard to. see how an organization of the senators and representatives
fl eleven western states can contribute anything valuable toward the settle
Dient of the Japanese immigration cjuestion whieh has so long agitated Cali
fornia. A certain amount of political capita; may be realized by its members
inrougn an adroit appeal to race antagonism: otherwise the net effect of their
erierts can only be embarrassment of the administration in dealing with a
very delicate situation.
Japanese immigration is a more immediate problem to the western than
to the eastern states, but not a more serious one. The friendship of the two
giyit Pacific powers depends largely on the avoidance of racial discrimina
tion. Keins a proud and courteous people, the Japanese are resentful of sum
J.iary treatment injurious to their dignity. Washington has understood and
respected this attitude and has made steady vrogress to an amicable adjust
ment. California has declined to cocsider any feelings save her own and has
as a result made the negotiations as difficult as they could be mr.de. A coali
tion of states to re-enforce California's position bids fair to put a fresh bur
don of responsibility or. the secretary of state and call for all his tact.
Not more serious to the west than the east. So long as the
east talks that way they are hopeless. They are likewise far es
tray when they think the Japanese issue on the coast is a politi
cal affair. It is a social problem and as such it involves age long
prejudices that must be recognized. It would be better to
lrankly acknowledge that the yellow raace and the white do
not mix and to deal with Japan on that basis. If the Washing
ton government would thus firmly grasp the nettle with both
fists the trouble would be quickly over with. But Washington
does not do that The policy has been to temporize and to make
Japan believe something that is not true and can never be true.
The west deals at first hand with the Japanese question and
the wishes of the west should govern the national policy. The
east should have wit enough to grasp this point but since they
do not the only way is for western people to unite for their in
struction. The east must learn that the west is able to do its
I ; BETTER CHANCES FOR HOME OWNING
ago or even six months ago. Not onlv that, but the owners who
wish to sell are reverting to the old practice of selling for a small
payment down with tuture payments "just like rent." This gives
me prospective nome owner a better chance than he has had for
a long urne past, t or tne man with a good salary or other fixed
income on which he may rely conditions are now favorable for
acquiring a domicile of his own. If he will look closely over
the lists of property for sale he is quite likely to find a real bar
gain. . ;
FOR a time the "Own Your Own Home" idea could not oper
ate real well because building costs were high and the man
with a place to sell naturally wished to take advantage of
the increase in values brought about by war conditions.
Eut conditions have changed. The depression has brought
about a heavy reduction in the price of lumber and there is to be
a cut in labor costs. Thus the cost of building is being lessened.
However, the best chance for the would-be-home owner in
recent weeks has consisted in the better opportunities he has
had for purchasing improved property. In numerous instances
there has been a very marked decline in the selling prices of lo
cal residences. There have been sales of homes at figures that
are very attractive to the purchaser. Some of the prices paid
have teen one-half what the owners would have taken a year
Even with the
Best of luck
"You'll need plenty
of exercise and good
food to reach the top.
is a robust tlend of wheat smd malt
ed barley, sweet with its own su.px
and containing valuable mineral
elements neclssarjr to well-nourished
bodies, brains and nerves..
Don't forget, too, that
GrapeNritS-is partially pre-digest-ed
and has just enough roughage
to keep the body in condition.
Sold by grocers everywhere!
Made by Posoim Cereal Company Inc.
My Bonnie bent over the gas tank.
The height of the contents to see;
Ho lighted a match to assist htm
Oh, bring back my Bonnie to me!
San- Iiot It Sides.
Little Roy doesn't care for dancing
and at the party the other night he
held uloof as Jhuch as possible. His
sister said. "Hoy, don't you realize
that every time you don't dance some
little girl is not having a good time?"
"Yes," said Roy, "and don't you
realize that every time I do dance
there is a little boy who isn't having a
good time?'' Boston Transcript,
nvn to Rrass Tacks.
Marker I think the gilt is off the
gingerbread as far as the marriage is
Quissor Why do you say that?
Marker Mrs. Xewiywed has started
eating onions again. London Answers.
.tonl-li,-d the Mtnieter.
Tom Cranfil of Texas, prominent in
oil circles of lute, tells the following
on a minister who had discovered oil
in some laud he owned. Tne minister
Invited some of his deacons to go with
him to the new field, so that they
might share in the opportunities. Tney
were breakfasting at the local eating
house, and had decided ;hat they would
order chicken. When a waitress, a
calei mined aud peroxided miss, came
up. the minister inquired:
"How is the chicken this morn
"All right, lilddo"' she retorted.
"How are yi.u?" Argonaut.
Tho Itootlcg HuHm-MS.
"You never hear of a bootlegger
drinking ,he stuff he pcddlea."
-o, said Lncle Hill liottletop.
'i don't sue what object there is in
beln" a bootlegger except to get to
gether enough money to buy himself
something that's fit to drink." Wash
Take Car Marked "Thrift."
"1'a, how do we get to Easy street "
"You come to It after !)0 years' trav
el down Hi.rd Work avenue, my son.','
An income tax form was returned
recently with the following remark:
"Sir, I belongs to the Foresters and
don't wish to Join the Income Tax."
Tit -Bits (London).
First. Pickpocket So you're in the
business, too. eh?
Second Pitto In a small way yes.
All the rolls I've lifted to far belonged
to married men. Xashville Tenena
IM FISH IS CAW
fKast Oresojiiau Special.)
WESTOX MT., April 27. County
Agricultural a?eut Leurs of Dayton,
Columbia county Wash., Mr. Wiley,
agent of five counties with offices In
Walla Walla and Fred Itennion, agent
of I'matilla. county, all potato experts
were In Weston last week looking after
the potato situation here. The pota
toes are five from "wilt" and all oth
er kinds of disease. W. L Rayborn a
potato grower of eighteen years ex
perience on Weston Jit., sold both the
Washington men netted gem seed po
tatoes at $10 a ton, F. . I!. Weston.
J. . Bowers shipped 51)') sacks to
iUanfield Monday. The potatoes are
all sold now except one car, belonging
to Mark aud Fred Henderson, who
are holding for better prices. Their
Potatoes are all Netted Hems and In
first class condition. The potatoes
have been hauled a month earlier than
tisi ul on account of the warm weather.
Mrs. Edith Van Deusen, home dem
onstration agent whs ut the school
house Thursday and Friday and held
a millinery school. About twenty la
dies being present. Mrs. Van Deusen
will be hero again May 27 and 2 and
will instruct the ladles in what ever
they decide they want, canning,
Fteam pressure cooking, puper dress
forms or drcssmax:ng. Radios decide
on what you want at our next home
The state examination of the eighth
grade will be held May 13 and 14.
Therare four to take the examina
tion In Mrs. Hyatts school. They are
Dorothy Tweedy, Roy Walden, Wayne
Compton and Walter Baddley.
Mrs. Robert Tweedy returned to
Pasco Sunday to finish her school
which will close May 27. Mr. Tweedy
is able to be out again ufter being
kicked hy a colt 'last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Emory Faust are re
joicing over the purchase of a Frank
lin seven passenger touring Saturday,
The roads arc in excellent condition
for cars for this time of the year.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beathe moved
.up to the farm last week from Weston.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lansdale and
mother, Mrs. Lizzie Lansdale and
Mrs. Jake Xarkous and little son Ru
lin motored to Pendleton Wednesday.
Jessie Edwards Is visiting his sister
Mrs. Ralph Lansdale.
Little Eldon Thompson Is quite sick
with measles at his grandfathers, Seth
Hyatt. His little cousin Zona Thomp
son Is thought to be recovering from
Mrs. Mark Henderson has been quite
sick with heart trouble for six weeks
but is slowly improving " .under Dr.
Smith's care of Athena.
ATLAN'TiP CITY, X. J., April 27.
(A. P.) Old sea dogs whose chief
pastime ashore is to spin yarns of gi
gantic fish they have landed were
"nonplussed-' today when Captain
Starn's craft clocked with a marine
monster weighing more than two tons.
It was caught esterday in a mackerel
net 60 miles off the coast.
The fish. 21 feet long, was hauled
aboard with a block and tackle after
putting up a stiff battle. None of the
sea veterans could name lis species.
POLICE LOOK FOR MEN
WHO DISTRIBUTED 'MAY
DAY' UPRISING POSTERS
UT. PAI L, llinn.. April 27. f A. P.)
Police today are searching for two'
unidentified men who last night tlis-
tribut.d huiulrcds of handbills in St.;
Paul calling on workers to prepare fori
a revolution on May Day to over
throw thn government and establish a
soviet. The handbill bore the si. '
nature "The I nlted ComtiHIiilsts Par
ty of, America," .
A. Dorn to F. R. Dorn II. 1M t
nnd 8 in Block 1 In the W. W. Whit
worth Addition to Echo.
W. J. Thorn to J. A. Williams 12200.
K 1-2 and 1-4 and Nl-2 NW 1-4
fee. 33, Tp. 5, X. It. 3.
K. M. Pickard to C. D. Bergevin
$2U0. Lots 7 and 10 ill Kcc. 36, Tp.
3. N. It. So.
E. J. Somniervllle to C. L. Howard
t:.:.iMi. u,t i, 2, 3, 4, S, and , Block
('. in Addition to Addition of Jacobs
The remains of an Imposing temple
have been unearthed by Greek arch
eoioglsts nt Jt.-mui tn Thessaly. The
temple is in an excellent slat of pres
ervation mtil is as large the Tem
ple of Jupiter at Oiympla. Inscrip
tions in brun.e eslaldisii the date of
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Came in today, made of ginghams, unbleached muslin and. percales. The
values are exceedingly good and the styles are perfect 9Sc to $2.19
Very pretty crisp new ones, "made
of batistes and voiles, with detach
able cuffs, trimmed with ruffles and
pearl buttons, plain white and colors.
You will like them fine. Each $3.19
to $4.39. .
Flesh Colored Crepe .Night Gown,
empire yoke, each . . .'. ;. $1.59
Levi Strauss and Cos
COVERALLS FOR CHILDREN
Big values at, pair-. , .. 98c
, Extra fine grade pure silk Pongee
at . V. 98c
PONGEE SILK 69c
Chinese pure silk pongee", each. . G9c
in all colore, 40 inches wide, yd. $1.49
,Good size and weight, each. 23c
$3.19 and $3.69
Music Ghanns--SoTnetimes ! .
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Jazz mua.c mod a tremendous hit. In ona instance, and nearly caused
( a riot. In another, when a concert for the animala (and rpectator children)
waa held at the Central Turk Eoo, New York. The picture show that Miaa
Boy Elephant appreciates jaaxV whlla Ulaa Helen Lioneaa uiteaa it.
(From tbe East Oregonian, April 2 J
SI. A. Ferguson tlenutv
who has been assisting in Adams pra.'
i im-i. states ;nat so far as he has list
id uboiit tiun.oon worth of lilonenv
thi re and found but IJOOO wnrih nt
notes owing by the taxpayer, whioh
fhwws the locality to be prosperous.
Mr R. A. Cur.Un wus hw roin
J, JU Kuont of fWbo, la la the city
A I). Lcedy of Helix, U a I'ciidleton
Mrs. C, A. I!arrtt, accompanied by
Henry and - Mlaa Reta Barrett, ot
AtlK-na, are In Pendleton today.
I . OF O. WI.VS.
1LLLMAX, Wash., April 21. (A.
P.)- 4. illversity of Oregon' baseball
sipiad won from Washington Hint
college here yesterday, 12 to 7.
Knudson, Oregon moundsnian, wa the
indlvldiiitl star at bat, getting two J
liuggers and a home run In four times
Oregon also won Monday' contest
by a score of 4 to 3.
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