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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 21,1021.
FORMER EMPEROR FLEES AS NEWS
PAPER MEN APPROACH AS HE
SOUGHT RESTORATION, AS KING
We Are H
, ,. , . .
Clean-up Sale of
-" THE VALUES ARE WONDERFUL" ' rX
We have selected from our stock all odds, broken lines, etc., of Men's Shoes and
placed them on Sale at the most remarkably low price of
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I V 1 WHERE IT PAYS Tp TRADE FTTl
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This sale includes values up tQ $15.00. It's the
greatest shoe sale Pendleton has seen in years.
" Nearly every desirable style is included, and we
can fit nearly any foot. The best of styles, the
best of makes, the best of leathers. It's a wonder-,
, ful opportunity to save on gbod, honest shoes.
Now is the time to buy. First choice is always
UEMEMISER, THE PRICE IS ONLY $ 1,95
Return to Former . Production
Rattand Employes Secure
in Big Concern.
AKRON, O.. May 21. That a new
si a ml iirl of tlr values has been set by
the new price list, allowing reduction
Ml cord and fabric tires, anil tubes,
'van the assertion totlay of a Firestone
official, who called attention, for ex-
Reporters Had Obtained Per
mission to Visit Him; Was
Walking Slowly Under Trees
VcOLfUFCB. .J.. w Zl. (A F
-Grain marketing plans of -the United
ty the marketing committee of 1 ap
pointed by the Amrican Farm Bureau. Lfemith said that a foreign corporation
federation, can not operate tn Ohio.
Operation in this state was held to
be in violation of the Ohio corporation
law, in a latter written by Harvey C.
Smith, Ohio, seoretary of the state, to
rii'.ford Thorne, general counsel for
the American Farm "Bureau federa
In his letter, Secretary of State
not for' prof it can not qualify tinder
the laws of Ohio" and further "it is
objectionable for the reason that a
domestic organization Is not permitted
to deal or own and buy stock of other
yiicctlons in this stats, only as an In
chlmtal matter and not as a part of
their principal purpose.
fleers of the Ohio Farm bureau
federation met here yesteraay to dis
cuss the situation.
Secretary Smith's ruling will not de
prive Ohio farmers of taking part In
this marketing movement, '. A. Dyer
of the federation announced last ninht
"We will go ahead and organize co
operative elevators under the direction
of the federation." he said.
Skid casing, which Is now offered to
j the car owner for $13.1)6.
The 30x3 Vi Is the product that
' Firestone has specialized In at Its re-
I centlv constructed I'lant No. 2, this
! entire factory, with a capacity of It
. U0 tires a day being devoted to the
I manufacture of this one six. Its ma
chlnery and force are designed to re
duce production costs to the minimum.
"We have maintained the high
Vpiailty of our product," said the offi-
clal, "ami have established a name for
'excellent value In the minds of the
1 motoring public. We hope to even
j better this position."
! Refinements of manufacturing' and
! the adjustment of its entire orgunlxa
I tlon and equipment to the new de
mands of the day for economy and
efficiency are given as the reasons for
; the Firestone's ability to make the
j sensational price reductions Just an
I nounced. . '
The company" recently reached a
production of approximately 20, DUO
! casings a day, and the announcement
I was made only a trv days ago that
j every ono of thu company's 10.000 em.
I ployes had become a stockholder In
the concern. This return to wdume
j production and tho effort and persou
1 ul pride which tho shareholding or
ganisation Is'piittlng into the work
gives the company an advantage In
tho field, according to one of the offi
I The reduced manufacturing cost of
the Firestone product is passed down'
tho line to the ultimate consumer, and
I the $ 1 3.15 tire promises to have a fur
greater sale than ever, in view of the
fact too, that the dealer is handling
this particular brand on a narrow
margin of profit.
"Hack In 1913,"' according to the
officials, "car owners figured they
were doing well to obtain 4IIIIU miles
or even Sana from their tlrea Now.
however, with manufacturing pro
cesses at a hlKh degree of perfection,
such as prevails in the Firestone
plants, service of 10.00(1 miles or more
Is not out of the ordinary."
With the reductions In prices of
tires, lower gasoline costs and decreas
ed upkeep charges are announced in
various quarters, so with favorable
I ti en i m:, yvui la. i limns line a
! motorist's year Indeed.
whispered words, eburles.wiilted, r
reived the. surprised Journalists and
with a few friendly words, spoken In
a trembllng'volce, dismissed them,
El'DATICST, (MuT SI. (A. R
The former Emperor i'hurles was so
fearful that an attempt would be made
to kill him when ho tired recently to
rcHulu his throne, as king of Hungary
that he fled before the approach of
five Hungarian newspapermen who
went to Slelntimanger to Interview
him. . '
The reporters hud obtained permis
sion to visit him wher. he 'was staying
at that place awaiting the overwhelm
ing demonstration In his favor which
never came. The man who would be
kin was alone In the garden of Wall
op Mikes mansion at Htelnauiunger,
and burled In deep thought, was walk
ing slowly under the trees when he
wag startled by the appearance of the
Ho retreated before the Advancing
party and as they quickened their
steps, ("liurlcb run for the shelter of
the trees and bushes. . '
In a moment he encountered IIIkIiop
Mikes, who reassured' him wllh a few
(From the pally Fjis Oregonlan,
May 21, 1K93 )
The UlHtrlbutlon of money among
the Indians will begin Juno I The
Indians receive f 2r, each and there are
10Ui of them to receive allotments.
W. II. Hiamper Is here from Athena
W. I). Fletcher has returned from
Maker City. '
After two weeks of careful labor lAa
Moorhouxe has completed a largo map
of tills county. It Is neat and accur
nte and Is receiving fmoruble com
ment. The mighty Columbia Is rising, say
reports from L'matllla. The lowlands
ire under water deep enough for bout
ini;. - ,
Come to Our New
FLORENCE OIL COOK STOVE AND OVEN,
MONDAY, MAY 23d '
And continuing for three days,
4 MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
Food piping hot, cooked right in our store by an
expert on i Florence Oil Cook Stove will be served
lt us show you how simple the Florence is. No
Wicks. No Valves. More heat and less care.
THE TAYLOR HARDWARE CO.
741 Main St.
HERE sever was fellow
! Had to many fiiend I;
' They're different, too.' fioca peo-
' pic. -
For they motly jump and fly.
itht tiniest of corner!,
i 'Even hole and little era.
Ar; hornet for tome I love moil,
Tho I only lee their baclu.
-.., ' . !
The ifidtt owra a lnot-!ioleCi,
And the little water-bug t
Keep clot within hit crevice.
It'. Where he's very warm and uug.
ut other, like my t rf-friend.
4' Co patadirif rowd all day,
March of bits of bitcuit
1 That I ca'.U; in their way.
; ?. .1 . . ' t
Tri-re're Bartun and the sparrowi
4r Is the pear tree ar the door
Jlfhe redbird. always singing,
'i, A ht did the year before.
'i .- ; v.
h't lovely fust to wander t"
Ery day frorp rp!ace to place.
And know some friendly creature glad
To Me your frienily face.
WOULD BE GOING TOO FAR
A child with pa and a ma
Who art as kind at my parents are
I Would be very ungrateful.
When he gets a whole plateful.
Tq atlt for the marmalade jar. '
SPRING FESTIVAL OF FLOWERS
oHld and Donald were twins
who lived In the great house near
i he edge of the town. Story books
sometimes say that when a boy
ur girl happen to be very vrlch and
live, in a lovely house and a ereat bl.
beautiful park-like yard, then 'they
must be very hateful and cross and
selfish, and everybody must dislike
them very much. That eertalnly
wasn't true about Donald and Doris.
Perhaps the difference was beeuse
ibe twins always walked to schoer like
everybody else; and they wore exactly
the same sort of clothes and kttd about
the same spending money. The only
difference anybody could notice was
about their yard and evn that was
a nice difference for the twins seemed
so anxious to make the other boys and
girls understand thst the wonderful
yard with its terraces and gardens and
pool belonged to all I he boys and girl
as well as to Donald and Dort. And
that certainly was pleasant
Whenever there was to be an enter
tainment Doris" roottier would say to
ihe teacher, "Miss Helen, can't you
have It at our place?" And Donald's
father, the minute he heard oi any
plans would say, "You all come over
here and I'll have balloons and candy
for everybody." You can see what
nice neighbors such folks would be!
So nobody was surprised when the
folks In school began talking about the
famine sufTerers that things turned out
just as they really did.
It started one Monday morning. In
assembly the principal told the boys
and girls about Ihe many, manyiboys
and girls In other countries not only
In Europe, but in many countries of
our world were hungry all the time.
"Have you ever been hungry?" he
asked In the mldd!e of his Ulk.
"X have!" shouted Donald, "I'm
nearly starved every afternoon after
"And what do yoo do about Ut"
asked the principal.
l:i hunt abound in the pantry and
get 1 something good to eat." "said
Donald, frankly, "there's notnlng bet
ter to do!"
'To be sure." approved the prin
cipal," but what would you do it there
wasn't anything In the pantry?"
Donald siared. "There's always
sometliing In the pantry." he ex
plained, "that's -what a pantry ts for."
"Yes." admitted the principal, "that
Is what pantries ae tor- But suppose
your pantry had nothing In It not a
single bite of anything. And suppose
there was no grocery slore nearly, no
store of any sort where you couit! buy
anything to eat. Ad suppose your
father had no money not even a
penny In the- bank and you had not
had a bit to eat for four days. What
would you do then?"
Donald thought hard and then said,
ask thuu to pay Just o much, like
fifty cents or twenty-five cents, be
cause 1 know they will want to pay
more. "Let's have It a festival and
everybody bring as much us they pos
lbly can and then we'll all have a
"Of course, mother'll want you to bo,"
it In our yard," added Donald.
So starting at that minute, the plans
were made. It was decided to have It
a spring flower festival and have each
class in the school represent some fav
orite flower buttercups, sweet Wil
liams, violets, May apple blossoms nd
all the lovely flowers that were then
bursting- Into bloom In the woods
Borne Thoughts of a Wise Man
lUlph Waldo Fjim-tmh Horn Mny 2.-, ItUlS. KM ApiU 21. laat.)
I1 Ml MOTTO Is a joo" 'hint tn rui'Ie you throuea I fe. ilmy boys and
fjjj whom I krow nv framed mo;l Jiinirr in (Lelr studies; and
JTJ whenever the)- in upon them h-y 'e ioii-td of their goid
j. . , V riia vKt ! 5H'iw tn life. Th tj-.t Amti:-asj philosopher
vvnt whrM b'"'.lv 'Kt on the Z'i'.h of in s month, wrote many wist
nut pel (.p tli w-t 'i all bis iym-i Is the simple pbras "jjl'ch
t; wagon to a rflsr." ' ."..
t , pon't you think triat this would make a splendid mo to to rule your
fife? Think how high you veuld aim If you tried to ra-h the stars! Your
tragoa Is really your life and your life should be fillrd wlib high Ideals rftid
oHh while thoughts so that II may be iruly worthy of htving a star as a
nwhluf post Emerson filled his life with high ideals, sod be Ued iu
antos aa well I feat be oouid wxll have been considered an example for v'
fallow snea to imitate. He encouraged and ln-plr o all imp! end. i. or and no
taaji 11 LaneM and of good purpose was loo humble to receive bis test effort.
v Mia wrlOngt are full of eimm'iim jbat wu!d iuk gdod n.o.toes for
4e I'v up to, . HereVre a few ot them:
Tha Brat wealth la health."
"be content with a little light so It be your own. Explore and exp'ore."
There are twenty ways of going to a point, aad one la shortest; but aet
ut" at ears on one."
'. "A ansa should make Ufa and nature happier to us, or he had better
)evee enee a born."
... Tksse ars some ef the thoughu of a wise man. If you could make some
f Emerson's Meal your Ideals you wouM tn1"4 h h i'h-r w vour wucoa lo
t star, an Ike -werld would be a (tetter place for ynur havKnr Hee M t.
The Trumpet Works And That's A Good Thing
firmly, "I'd think touieUody uuthl to
do something at out It and do It
"That ts exactly what 1 think tf-Oj
said the principal, o.nl he was much
limed will) Donald wise answer
'Thoe boyn and glrln In mshy lands
are Juki so very hunffry thai I am
nure we want to do something about II.
The question l what shall we do?"
"Let's have a festival." soaseitad
Helen, of ihe lxh grade, "people l.kr
feivsui.nd ihey will pay to In
and then w can send the money tu
ibe rtoor rh'ltrei) who are hiinxry."
' V" -d rf.r'e. "o'v ! nn
around the town. All the costumes
were to be of paper so that nobody,
oh, nobody should spend a bit of
money that ought to go In food for
the children far away. And If any
body had pnptr at home they were
lo .use that Instead of buying new so
aa not to waste a penny, not a single
if yau have ever helped get up a fes
tliiil you know whit fun those boys and
glrlp had that week. It was decided to
hart the pirty the coming Saturday
srvl rt the money a soon aa possible:
If fo'V" r biinirrv 'hev don't want to
! ei nr two f-r a meal
more than we like to wait and wait for
dlnper when we are about ttaived aft
er school. Donald had a tiy printing
press and he made simple tnvitatlcns
on gveen paper. Each chhd tn the
school had ten invitations to give out
and Donald promised to prlut more If
that wasn't enough. The lutntaUon
"Come to the Spring Festival of
Flowers at Open House on the
afternoon ot Saturday next, tiring
all your money and be ready to
give It away. No charge fur the
"We want every single person In the
town to have an Invitation," said
Donald, "so don't give 'em Just to your
cousins and aunts give 'cm to every
body!" Then the whole school began watch
ing the weather reports.
But the weather man must have
been a friend of the hungry little folks
across the ocean, for Saturday dawned
clear and bright and sunny exuutly
the Ideal sort of day for a festival.
All the school children were up be
times fqy there were many things to
be done and a thousand and one little
things-to be attended to at the last
minute. Making paper costumes for
every child Jo the school was found to
be too big a job for ono week's time
so by Wednesday It hnd hn aaa
- " " evuaeu VtilUtW
that Instead of having everybody dress
up ana go to an awiui lot of work,
each class should make a Uowar ban
ner and then all the grlrls wear ribbons
in their hair with a hower and the boys
wear a paper flower In their button
holes. That was a much better plan.
(The class In art design helped pian
the banners and tho tin t.i.
aa beautiful a Lna ehlXArari wn.i
them to be. The honor eg carry! tic the
oannera was given Br vote el each
class to th two folks the alaaa wished
to have that honor. Donald was to
lead tho pageant of flowers as tt
marched through the yard and garden
and ha was to play on a trumpet Just
as the leader of a pageant ought to
- But In spite of all the planning
lomethlnr went wrong. Nobody, not
even Donald himself, remembered to
hunt up a trumpet and just when the
children were all ready to march,
Donald remembered. "Where was
that trumpet they had talked of us
ing?" "I think there ts one in your father's
study," auggested Donald's mother.
"He had It In a play on time. It
looks pretty but I don't know whether
It makes a nniN nr not. Aa flnt It
son, and It will have to do."
Donald, with Doris at hi heels,
dashed off to th study. Yes, there
was a trumpet a pretty trumpet )uat
th sort for a pageant: but would It
make a noise?
ghe and Donald ran out to th ter
race above the garden. Donard puffed
his eheeks out Just Ilk th old fox In
Ihe 'for? and he blew and hiew and
THE BIRD BOXES
Just like the birds, if they be nigh
Your heart will sing, your trou
Fly far away, as worm and Weed f
Take flight before the feathered
Put up tho boxes, shelters rear.'x
To keep the lively songsters near.
To lighten labor, share your task,
Is all'the little fellows ask.
dear mot What a noise that stylish
looking trumpet madot So much that
some of the youngsters cam running
to see what the matter might be.
"Nothing's tho mutter," snld Dorht,
"only tho trumpet wrks i.nJ that's a
good thin.?." f m nn nun Union
and Jatm sad let's hurry back to th
othrs." (Taking Helen Vy tho band
to make sure she cam wttfc them,
Doris slipped her other hand In
Donald's arm and they hurried back to
where th jageant was to begin.
And What do you suppose had hap
pened In that little time Donald and
Doris wer gotiet More people from
the village) had come and more and
mor and more till th great yard
seemed to ba overflowing with folks
and the principal of th school and his
assistant, who with a commute of
students had charge of the money, had
to get a new and bigger basket to put
the money In. Ther was Just so much
that the basket, the girls and boys
had meant to keep It In wouldn't hold
It all 1 When th children saw that
they were happy you may b sure and
it was a gay little pageant of flowers
that, with Donuld trumpeting at the
front, marched around th big lawn.
Everybody had such a good tlm that
thry planned to hav another passant
sometime soon. And as tor th hungry
girls and boys nrroas th ocean well,
r.an't you guess liow pleased thy are
mine to per
OOOKI.N'U SOCNG BFETS
This time of feav th frosh ycung'
vegetables aro coming tuto the 'iv.rket
and how good they rt? ttutv. '
Wash i hunches of youns hcol I'
th topa are In good condition, nook
those with th beets aa they are spiel
Pour boiling water to about H. pint
or mor over th beets and boll bruristy
till tender which ought to bt In about
SO minutes. Test with a fork to be
sura they are tender.
Plunge Into cold water to loosen tb '
Rub oft th skins and cut fre from
the sterna and leaves which are to be
Put th tops, and th beets tnto a
Sprinkle with 1 Uasponful salt.
Add 1 tableapoonful butter and 3 ot
Brim; to a boll and arv at once.
This second cooking la merely to Re
heat them and to season.
If any are left after th meal, cover
with vinegar and serv aa a pickle or
a salad the next dny.