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DAILY EAST 0REC0N1AN. PENDLETON. ORECOlf! THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 12, 102 L
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Tiredest feolin' 1h.it I know
Is tired o 1 m' on the bo.
Work can play me out. but then
Morning finds me glad again
To go back to toil and face
.Ml the cares which fill my place.
Hut the wandorin' about
"mellow seems to wear me out.
Weariness is what he knows
"Who has tired of picture shows.
Tired of all the pleasures which
ought, to make a lifetime rich;
Tired of itin" food at night.
Tired tf beta" asked to roam,
Wishin' he could stay at home. I
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Ph asure-seekin' wearies more
Than the peals wo struggle for;
Xone becomes so tired us he
Who forever wants to In
tuit where all is brisht an' Ray, .
Spondin' all his hours in play;
Joy Is only good for men
When they find.il nov and then.
i Work's a better friend than play,
Tires us In a different way;
Sleep remains a soothing balm
For the weary back and arm.
Hut it's difficult to find
Comfort for the tired mind.
An' It's true beyond all doubt,
Pleasure-seckm' wears you out.
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That shops at this store in order to buy the superior qualities of merchandise
offered at prices much less than you have been accustomed to paying. e can
do this because we buy for cash and sell for cash.
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Justine Johnstone, mono slar, says women nre.niim-inYtumted In films. So
she's Koinjr to prodttec her own photoplays, .he is on the way to Kurope. to
confer with leaders of the feminist movement.
THE STAGE COACH DAYS ARE PAST
,ACTS presented by Mr. Irvine in his address before
H Commercial Association Tue?day niirht make it very
- dent that commission government has been a splendid
thing: for Portland. Under thi new regime there is no longer
the distrust that was felt regarding the old aldermanic plan of
ward government. The whole tone of the city administration
has been improved. Better men have come to the front, incom
petents and grafters have fojnd the field uninviting to them.
Tne city government, under the new form, is more responsive to
the public needs, there is less shifting of responsibility and more
efficiency in the public service.
There are irood reasons for believing that the benefits Port
land has df rived by the change may be duplicated in Pendleton
through adoption of a modified form of commission government
or the couneiiman-at-large plan. Some of the abuses complain
ed of in Portland before the now form of government was ad
opted have existed here. These defects, in greater or less de
gree, will always be found so long as the old plan is in use. Pen
dleton docs not need a ward government any more than does
Portland and the city as a whole will be the gainer through
having a council or commission chosen by the people at large.
The advantages of having a p-.id executive officer such as a su
perintendent or a manager are obvious. There is need of hav
ing some capable man who can be always on the job giving close
and continuous attention to business. We cannot expect an un
paid mayor, unpaid councilmen and unpaid water commission
ers to give us the service we want unless we provide a man to
execute detailed work under their direction.
The unpaid official has his own private business or work to
look after first. He car. be of great service in a supervisory way
but he should not be expected to wear his feet out attending to
all manner of petty duties tl ;t should be performed by a sub-
Now if by a change in the working arrangement we can help
make good government easier, why not do it? In all other lines
of endeavor improved machinery ha3 been brought into use.
The combine has replaced the old scythe and flail, the washing
- machine has supplanted the i-pek breaking wash ooard, the auto
has put the stage coach out of business. Why not modernize
our city government?
A EELATED STAND
(East Oresonian Special.)
l'lM'T ROCK. May 12. A big din
ner was served Sunday ut the home of
Mr.-'. ,. J. milium, tlrb occasion beini;
Mrs. ;illiam's T'.uh birthday. The
quests were Mr. nml Mrs. W. A. Uil
lium, Mr. and Mrs. Euitou HutcltiMui,
Mr. a:;d Mrs. Georne Klips, Mrs. I-a
Voile Bishop, Little Miss Genevieve
Bishop, .Miss Grace Gilliam. Miss Hel
en lie Vaul, Miss Grace HiiRi, Miss
Connoy, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Kim:,",
-Messrs. Jack KusS. Lowell Husk, Ma
rion Ha&ey, Hay I'arn.-li. liollin Mc
I'rooni. I". D. liagan, Mrs. Klla Mc-
Broom and the honor tuest, Mrs. X. J.
M. P. Orange left last week to at
tend u pharmacists convention in Se
Clarence P.oyer returned home from
Heinviston Saturday where he has
been doins carpenter work.
Mrs. 11. A. Kant, who has been visit
ins here for the past month at the
home of her sisjer. Mrs Alfred Knotts.
ieft for her home In Itutte. Montana.
Mrs Alfred Westeate and Mrs. W. C.
(East uresoniaii Special.)
I'MAl'lNE, .May 12. Oil Sunday, in
Walla Walla. Ka.'.e Given and l.eland
Saunders were married by Uev.
Kreiw of the Coiled lliethreii church
at 11 o'clock. .
The bride graduated fhim Vincent
hlsh school last year and was a very
popular girl in the community, while
Mr. Saunders is a brother of D. O.
Saunders of I'mapine. The young
couple will make their home with Mrs.
Anna Saunders, in Walla Walla.
H. E. Ertle and family were visiting
friends at I'mapine during the past
week. Mr. Erlle lias recovered from
ythe severe attack of pneumonia and
operation following his illness and his
many friends ate coiiijratiilaun',' him
on his recovery.
Mrs. John Allen was railed to Day
ion on Thursday on at unt of the ill-
noi-s of her aunt at that place.
Marjorie Winar.s has recovered from
an attack of influenza.
(Mi Wednesday evening a baby girl
was born to .Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Ward
at the home of Mrs. Ward's parents,
Stanley gave a miscellaneous shower I x,ir- .,,,,) rg ivffi,.y.
THE following comment on Germany's acceptance of the al
lied reparation demands and the reasons why that accept
. ance was long delayed ii from the Portland Oregonian :
Once more Germany has surieu Jercd when the United Stales stands with
' the allies in their demands. Apain the threat of force has proved effective,
force being tne onl argument 1hat tan convince German?-. That argument
brought the request for an armistice, it caused Germany to sign the treaty, and
drove Germany to exchange ratifications. .Since that event belief that the
United States was divided from the allies and that the allies were divided
among themselves has led to many acts of violation and evasion of the treaty,
f which the climax was the refusal to comply with the reparation demands.
Vi lien the United SUtM and the alius present a solid front that belief Is found
to be a utlusion and Germany suneniy y.ems.
The attitude of the United States senate, under the leader
ship of Henry Cabot Lodge gave the Germans every reason to
believe the United States was "divided from the allies." The
eenate not only fought the League of Nations covenant but it
made war on other provisions of the Treaty of Versailles. It
passed a separate peace resolution which President Wilson ve
toed. Mr. Harding in his campaign speeches advised a separate
peace and the withdrawal of American troops from Germany.
No wonder the Berlin government took heart and defied the
That both houses of congress have not yet passed the separ
ate peace resolution, that our troops have not been withdrawn
from the Rhine and that we stand side by side with the allies in
demanding a just indemnity in all to the credit of President
Harding and Secretary Hughes. They have acted properly but
how much better it would have been if those men and the senate
irroup had declared themselves flatly on this subject a year ago.
'J he world would have been :-aved a year of turmoil and busi
ness disaster. Foreign trade would not have been shattered
and the American producer v.ould have found a market for hi.
product at prices he had sound reasons for expecting.
The new administration has convinced Berlin that our gov
ernment is not a pro-German affair but it has not made and can
not make restitution for the vast harm that ensued when the
senate held up the peace treaty and pandered to the hyphen
Friday evening at the home of Mrs.
Stanley in honor ot .Miss .Manna
Wii-iht whose marriage to Glen !-mith
will be an event of the near- future.
Many beautiful gifts v.cro received by
the honor guest. Ice cream, cake and
coffee were served during the evening.
The quests were Mis. Carl Jensen.
Mrs.'I'ercy Folsoin, .Mrs. K. I Wright,
Mrs. Lester liolin. Mrs. E. Tj Fanning,
Miss?s Helen Do Vaul, Velma Smith,
V roi.a Fullenwehler, Alia Smith.
Ruth Koyer, Manila Wrisht and the
hostesses, MVS WcStaatu and Mrs.
.Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jensoii anil son.
Norman, and Mr. and Mrs. Eon Etter
and children were dinner guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs.' J. W. Etter
Mrs. ('has. Uynd,- Mis. Joe Sturdi
vant and George Caldwell were in I'i
lot Kock Tuesday from L'kiah After
a short stop here they will Journey on
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Done were din
ner guests at the home of Mr. and
Sam Hoon (f the Stale line neigh
borhood enjoyed a holiday this past
v.eei; i.p the l'eschutes river on a
I'l-hing trip with Ham Ingles and two
or force other companions.
I 't Friday afternoon, Vincent high
defeated Helix high with a score
of It to 1. EUln and Joe Kecords each
made a home run. The team was In
good lorm and had they played as well
at other gunn-s this season their stand,
ing in the high school baseball league
would have been much higher.
On Saturday many I'.mapine pupils
mane the trip to Pendleton to take
part in the county track meet. Spen
cer Coplenin, one of the best point
i.,al;ers in the I'mapine team was sick
Mol unable to attend.
Cnarlie Lawson is ill nt his par
ent';' home, threatened with typhoid
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Good
ni.'.n and family motored to Dayton.
.Mis. il. V.. Venn was appointed a
member of the county library board
at the regular mooting of the county
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arc here, they
look like Shet
land veils made
plain or with
dot, tied at
both ends, very
soft and dur
able, colors are
b i own and
black, each 50c
Pink Check Batiste, very fine
quality and weight, for underwear, ,
gowns, etc.,, 36 inches wide and only I
the yard ... .......... G9c i
Sheer Imported Organdies in all .
the bright summer colors, yard $1.10
Cotton Charnteusc is a very soft,
finish fine grade cotton material
with a wash satin finish, used , very
extensively for pajamas, night gowns
petticoats, bloomers, "G inches wide
and the highest grade made. Our
low price, the yard . . .' 98c
White ijonff (iotlis of superior fin
ish and weight bought on the low
markets and, priced as we price all
merchandise of quality, -extremely
low. Qualities at the yard 16c, 27c
White Soft Nainsooks from the
best sources, qualities you will like at
prices so low they will surprise you,
30c, 50c etc.
Flaxons and Sherettcs, a fine linen
like "weave in cotton goods at the yd.
29c, 35c to (9c. ,
Paul Jones Khaki Middies of ex
cellent quality for misses' and young
ladies', each $2.69
Long Kid Gloves, 16 button length,
white, brown, gray and champagne,
all sizes, the pair. ..... $6.00 to $7.50
"Rain or Shine" Silk Umbrellas in
colors of green, navy, gray and1
brown, each $6.59 and $9.59
Silcot Foundation Silk in all colors,
the yard 45c
We buy for cash and
sell for cash. Parcels
Sells better merchan
dise at lowest prices.
is unfortunate in losing
front Its teaching staff.
Mrs. James Truman Saturday evening.
.Mrs. Edith Van Deusen, county r com-t or. Wednesday,
demonstration agent, and Miss Lane I jj O. Saunders has accepted
the leadership of the canning club at
were out from Pendleton Wednesday
morning making arrangements lor tne;
baby conference to be held here Thurs
day and Friday of this week. I
Mrs. Elizabeth Kenney and Mrs.
Nora Metchen of Portland w ere guests
of Mr. and Mm. Fred Fletcher last!
week. They were accompanied by Mr. :
Keenty and were motoring from Port- j
land to Ilermiston. j
A farewell to Judge and Mrs. I. M. I
Schanncp and a reception to the new j
minister U. D .Ryan, was given in the !
church basement Saturday evening. A
general good time was enjoyed by all.
lee cream and cake were served. W.
i). Staver made a short talk, express
ing in a general way the regrets of the
people In losing the Schannep faul
tily from the community; also welcom
ing the new minister, -dr.. Wavers
remaiks were followed by a response
from Mr. Schannep and Mr. Itagan.
Mother's Day was fittingly observed
at the Sunday morning church ser
vices i t the Pilot Hock church. Mr.
Eas.m delivered a splendid sermon. A
Inrc crowd was in attendance. The
Sunday school attendance? was 93.
Tneie will be no church services
here next Sunday- morning. Mr. Pa
gan w ill be In L'kiah for morning wor
ship. Services here for the day will
be Sunday school at 10;; preaching at
H p. m.
Mrs. ii ne Hoon is ill this week and
unable to leave her room.
Mrs. McDaniel and M i-j. Stockton
ire planning a splendid program for
Friday night when their pupils pre
sent a concert at the hall. The pro
ceeds are for their Victrola and books.
Mr. and .Mrs. llixby met with an ae- I
ciilent in their car on Thursday when
it left the road near the Vellowhawk
bndge and injured the occupants.
Young Mr. Hixhy's mother. Mrs. ier
k ng, is in the hospital with a broken
:im as a result of the accident while
the others were much unnerved. The
a ii.ged cause. of the accident is attrib
uted to two larger cars meeting while
traveling at a high rato of speed and
Mr. Hlxliy and his car in between try
ing to avoid colliding with both.
Preparations are under way fur the
May pageant to be given the last day
,f school down at the old Goodman
grove. A .May Queen Is to be elected
and oV ry . jiupll in the rchnol is
scheduled to tako part. Old historical
scenes are to be depicted and the site
is an unusually good one, located as It
is where the Hudson Bay trading post
of pioneer days used to stand. Jr.dian
dances, minuets, highland (Units and
and dramatic scenes are to be enacted
and the occasion promises to be one
"iig to bo remembered at Umapine.
Uniapino and "will have charge of a
l-tM iI.er of seventh and eighth grade
girN who belong to the state club.
A telegram was received from Pen
,11..:., n t.n Atropine nieht. Kt.'itlntr that
the Maxwell bug belonging to Jack !
Di.i;erson had been recovered by the
sheriffs at 1-a Grande. The message
was from the sheriff's office at Pen
dleion. The car was stolen about two
w cei;s ago.
Miss Pauline Peck has signed a con
fact I) teach next term at Sta afield.
On;., according to Superintendent
(iieen at Pendleton. This school rtis-
The U. S. Public Health Service calls
attention to tin; fact that only twenty
three states have efficient birth regis
tration laws; eighteen have Imperfect
ones; and five have none at all. In
ability to prove age may cause all
sorts of legal troubles lalor in life
in proving citizenship, in voting, and
in inheriting, for Instance. Don't for
get to make sure that the new arrival
in your home has been registered.
has made special arrangements to welcome
THEIR PICTURE OF PICTURES
Potted plants and'flowers ort'hand for use in this
studio and for accommodation of graduates.
Special invitation extended for group pictures.
The Souvenir ot
Phone us at 533 222 E Alta . Tendleton
QUALITY PRINTING at Reasonable Prices
East 'Oregonian Printing Department.
A new city, which as yet has no
name, in beinif formed In the Province
of f-'askalehewan on Lake Maskakee,
Several factories arc extracting chem
icals from waters of the lake and ex
ploiting the rich stratified deposits In
the lake bed.
Where O&rpimtier Will Train
Mrs. Catherine YVaugh McCuIloeh say.s women should share
t-qually in administration of ".he family purse jshe Hounds like
an advocate of men's rights.
28 YEARS AGO
Let's make the Merchants' and Manufacturers Carnival a rea
carnival of the Pendleton ypirii.
I'.I.IM) t.i: l! ATI." is co n n.
On Thursday afternoon, the students
r ih.- l.itih si ho,. motored to Walla
U'.,iia where they attended a lecture
.nd calk room demonstration in the
phjclis building of Whitman college.
1 iiiuls enjoyed the afternoon,
Kiddle lilKh school. He also coaches , h y yt.ry Tlie x.
the high chul students in itoccer and ' depjrtment os well ai museum
Tom i.'u'sfoith, blind
Ihe I'liiverslty of On t"
biology, general science,
dicvu! hud Pulled tJlale:
graduate of i
l, is teaching I
(From the K.-f-t Oregonian,
John Wynn is here from Pilot Kock. j
i (someone burglarized U. It. unan-i
i l.iut i,-lit A few bonse-
hold artlrjirs were stolen. The thief i
is unknown. i
l inutilla Indians are preparing for.
a big feast (o be held Monday in hon- j
or of 'hief Tominick. who died two.
months ago. The effects of the de. .
ceased will be gncn away at the pot-1
Pat Ityan is here from Walla Wal-1
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J. F. Temple Is here from Nolin.
Btnator JIatlock In la Portland on'
These outhulldineg on the 48 acr Matthews 3tato at Manhamet.
L. I., will bq the training ground for Gcorgci Curper.Uu', cbaJenjer ler
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