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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY EVENING, jjLY B, 1021.
LABOR IS LOSING ITS HOLD ON
POLITICS IN ITALY DESPITE
I IMPRESSIVE SOCIALIST VOTE
Economic Situation Unaffected j r'S'""
by Election Returns; Soviet
Russia Asks Recognition.
Industrialists are confident t hut the
.(inlion of workers' control will not
even be Introduced In the next cham
ber, he added.
"iVrtjilnly the anti-Socialist depu
tes will not Introtlure it, ami labor's
Mll,, July &. Hy Clara Wol.l.
Kpwlal Coi respondent of Die . N. 8.)
Workers' rontrol in the factories of I representatives, I think, will lie too
Italy in a dead issue. This emphatic busy wllh iiuestions of unemployment
statement wnti made to this correspon- land wages."'
dent of the International News Ser
vice by one of Italy's most influential
Industrialists, head of an Internation
ally important manufacturing orga
nization and a recognized leader in
his own country. While he. absolute
ly forbade the use of his name for
publication, his statement, authentic
and definite us It ts, ts of no little
significance. It reflects the sharp
change in Italian industrial conditi
ons mince th
SiicIhIMn' Vi4o Impi-ow-lve.
Italy's economic situation, quite un
affected for better or for worse by the
election of May 15 with its Impressive
socialist vote, is like that of the rest
of the world had. To meet it indus
tries must and will reduce waives.
"The big fight for labor," he con
tinned, "will not be to press new de
mands, but to save what they can of
the sains of the war. If they are re-
revolutionary furor of 'calcitrant and unreasonabl every
large Industry in Italy is prepared to
close down for at least a month.
"Ijibor organizations, on the other
hand, like those of other Kuropean
"Industrialists in Italy," he said,
"tvho were ready last fall when 600
factories were occupied by reds to countrics am, tm, Vntitcd States, have
make certain concessions to the work-
no stored surplus. They can't face
ern, will nw accept no plan that n,assed unemployment. The only way-
means experimenting with manage
ment of production. They do not at
any time intend to Rive their employ
es even a modified control of the fac
tories merely agreeing that they
would consider a plan for the forma
tion of a specie, of national industrial
commission, made up of representa
tives of tho government, the indus-
jwe can hope to pet back to normal is
j to refuse all experimentation during
jsuch a serious crisis, and to lower
j wages so that we can continue to pro
duce in competition with other conn
Wiutt Russian Ciisli l'wvliaTS.
In answer to a question as to what
THE OLD HOME TOWN
T --1 KCOSViribTo Frjf NO SlWfce :; I say fj
I ' h CAtfrste rj my time wEve F. only ons houpnD :
V 3lJPMGOTTVOH0URsE 5 MINUTES-MY 1
Or e !c1VTowt::-atch msnt fails I
three of thff boys we.nt to the depot tt settle
a Dispute about the correct tme. - thi depot
was closed-and the arguments still, unsettl-ed.
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Tliis hank lias1 ihtiiU' rttfived from tli press; a
booklet mimed 'I1II!IS." contain ng a numlx-r of re
prints of ailcrtisonH-iits published In the local news
liaper. Tlit- iKtokkf s provide excellent reading
for Ukc who kne birds ur arc interested ill outdoor
I' pon request we will be glad to mall you a copy of
Hie AmcricanNalional Bank
'Strongest Sank in Gastern Oregon "
f T i in in . .inn inn inTirinir-1
g Horseshoe Glasses, dozen 60c m
11 Plates, dozen $2.00
i Cups and Saucers, dozen $3.50 g
fH Oatmeal Dishes, dozen $3.00 g
ji Vegetable Dishes, large, each 50c g
H 4 Tie Extra Heavy Corn Broom 8.1c g
m Stewkettles, 2 quart, heavy prey ware 60c g
Heavy Galvanized Buckets 50c Hi
y Bread Tins 10cg
1 Pie Plates, tin 05c
f Bone Handled Knives and Forks, set 75c 1
i White Metal Teaspoons, dozen 50c IH
: Metal Table Spoons, dozen 75c pi
"f Camp Stools, Gold Medal
iu Camp Chairs with backs
j Cruikshank & Hampton
1 1 "Quality CounU"
1 1 124-28 E. Webb Phone 548
I Your Hd furniture Taken in Kxciiuure I "at Iarnient on Xew
fcU4ukle Afiiu iu IVndlwod fr Aeroluz (o Whip) Iurcfa
Is the attitude of Italian indust
toward the Husslan soviet ommission
In Italy, which has stated time and
nfrain that Italy could free herself
from dependence on America and
Great Britain for her supply of coal
and petroleum and other raw materi
als If she would open trade with Rus
sia, he said: "Kussia Is plainly In no
condition at present to send us Im
portant quantities of coal or oil. There
would lie no opposition, 1 am sure,
from industries if Kussia could pay us
in cash. There are no claims In Otaly
against Kussia, so deposits of fifold
would not he attached to meet old
debts. Hut obviously the soviet gov
ernment is not ready to pay In cash."
When asked If platinum, of which
soviet Kussia claims to have a larse
supply, would be acceptable ho re
plied: "riatinunt would be useful to
Italy only for trade with other coun
tries, and as soon as we sent it else
where it would be attached. In fact,
the only raw materials Kussia has of
fered so far have been quite useless to
us. Copper, which they say they are
teady to send us in considerable
quantities, we already have in suffi
cient quantity for our Industries.
"The Kussian question in Italy Is
political and not industrial. The Kus
sian commission is working for recog
nition of the soviet government."
(By Ijmcrick Lou)
There was a youns; man of .Mai qiietto
Who did nothing but worry and fret.
He Kt him a wife
And now bet on your life
He isn't done worrying yet.
They Hie Younif
The individual who keeps Ms mouth
shut BCldom lives to regret it.
The summer wash ties is here and
so Is Its enemy, the red raspberry.
In these days of rouge, women folks
"kiss" and make up.
The Cleveland housekeeper who is
suing for the $23,000 estate of her
former employer evidently believes in
a summer cleaning.
Which In As It Should Ho
A solemn truth w. bain would bleat
And. soon or late you'll find It's so
No woman ever won a seat
By standing on some feller's toe.
Soe Kt To I'm!
There may be other pests, we spose.
But none so bad as that un
The bird we mean's the one who knows
A coupla words of Latin.
A Tuesday Kolilosiiy
Eternity is the time between Wed
nesday and payday.
OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE
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IT'S A COPV -i
or "He -rtFPtc
Women weep at weddings, tiot hp
cause they are brimming o'er with
grief- not be a use they feel that It is
another ch tn. e gone not for any rea
son assigned In the past. They weep
because subconsciously they are aware
that some day their sons will be en
meshed in the eternal snare.
There ts nothing in the whole list
of fresh-healing remedies that can ap
proach Liquid Borozono in the rapid
ity with which it heals cuts, wounds,
sores, burns or scalds. It Is a mar
velous discovery. Price, 30c, 60c and
$1.20. Sold by The Pendleton Drug
A child can't get strong and robust
while worms eat away Its strength
and vitality. A dose or two of White's
Cream Vermifuge puts the little one on
Its feet again. Price, 33c. Sold by The
Pendleton Drug Co.
A tcaspoonful of Heroine will pro
duce a, copious and purifying bowel
movement, improve appetite, restore
mental activity and a fine feeling of
vigor and cheerfulness. Price, 60c.
Bold bv The Pendleton Drug Co.
Swelling caused by Insect bites can
be reduced by using Ballard's Snow
Liniment. It counteracts the poison
and relieves the irritation. Three
sizes. 30e. 60c and $1.20 per bottle.
Sold by The Pendleton Drug Co.
WEEK END IN PENDLETON
(East Oregonlan Special.)
ATHENA. July 5. Announcement
Is made of the wedding of John Wall,
pop.'.lar Athena boy, to Miss Cora Co
uncil of Kolso, Wash.. The marriage
took place in Portland, June 23. Aft
er a short wedding trip to Kelso they
will make their home in Portland.
Mrs. M. L. Watts and daughter Ver
nita, Mrs. M. M. Johns, Mrs. H. I.
Watts and Miss Shutrum were visitors
in V.'alla Walla Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Eager and
daughters, Betty and Virginia, who
have been visiting relatives in Mon
tana returned home Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thompson
and daughters, June and Margaret,
and Jack MacDonald were visitors In
John Ogle was in the city from Ad
ams. Miss Enid Cartano is visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Itothrock at thoir home
Miss Doris Thompson has returned
horn,! from Salem where she has been
visiting her aunt, Mrs. Merle Koby.
She was accompanied home by her
brother, Morlc, who has bean visiting
in Salem and Portland.
Mrs. Will Ferguson and Mis3 Kath
erine Froome were Pendleton visitors
Mis. Charles May and Mr. and Mrs.
Ed May and daughters were In Athena
from Weston mountain Friday,
Oliver Dickcrson was a visitor
Tuesday in Walla Walla.
Mrs. .Susie Gerking of Milton, is'
visiting at the homo of Mrs. Ann Tay
Mrs. S. F. Sharp and daughter, Miss!
Kathcrine Sharp, were visitors In Pen
Miss Ruth Stewart who has been
visiting at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Stewart, has re
turned to Spokane.
B. A. Leonard was in the city Wed
nesilay. Miss Slitibam of Waits'-irg', is the
guest of Mrs. Homer I. Watts.
Mrs. Vernon O'Harra and small
daughter of Weston, who have heeii
visiting at the homo of hor parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Ii Jones, returned
Mrs. Van Slack was In tho city from
Mrs. D. H. Sanders left recently for
Alberta where sho will spend tin
summer with her daughter.
Miss Hazel Howell returned to her
home at Rosalia, Wash., Saturday aft
er visiting her aunt, Mrs. Charles Xor-rls.
1e m,l 1fa 1T.nnV ntiini nf Tn- !
dleton were in the city Tuesday even
ing visiting friends.
Mrs. M. L. Watts and daughter Ver.
nita and Miss Menita Leonard left Sat
urday for a week's stay at Bingham
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Dudley have re
turned from La Crosse, Wash., where
they visited at the homes of their son,
Max Dudley, and their daughter, Mrs.
Chris Toncy and Frank Jackson of
Weston wero In Athena Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Radtke and chil
dren Freddie and Kathleen, left Sun
day morning by automobile for Port
land where they will visit relatives for
"Mrs. J. E. Jones visited relatives In
Miss Mineta Leonard of Waitsburg.
is the guest of Miss Vernlta Watts.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Pickott have re
turned to their home at Whltcflsh.
Mont., after visiting at tho home of
thoir daughter, Mrs. B. E. Prestbye,
who accompanied them homo for a
Lee Dennis was in Athena Friday
from his home on Iteed and Hawley
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Eager and
daughters, Betty and Virginia left Sat
urday for Dayton, Wash., where they
will visit relatives until Tuesday.
The annual picnic for Odd Fellows.
Itebekahs and their families will be
held July n at Camp McDougal. The
Odd Fellows lodges of Weston and
Athena are uniting in the affair.
Harry McBride was in the city from
Mrs. B. B. Richards and son Roland
have been visiting at tho Charles
Bctts home, south of Athena.
Mrs. W, O. Reed has returned from
a visit with relatives at Arlington.
Miss Elsie Rogers, who has made
her home with her uncle, Marion
Hansell, left Wednesday to visit her
Summer Dresses of More than Usual Beauty
Offer Unusual Styles
Every detail of these Dressoe appeals to the woman who knows
style as well as good values. At our low prices, one may not be
l mited to a single dress but add a number to a wardrobe of
VOILE DRESSES $4.98 lo $6.50
SILK DRESSES $16.50 to $22.50
PONGEE BLOUSES $3.49
Decidedly practical and very economical are these
good looking blouses of fine quality natural pongee,
one is sure of excellent service and they launder
wonderfully well, each $3.49
NEW SPORT SKIRTS $5.90
Here's another item of ready to wear that drives
home the ability of Penney merchandising methods
to save you money. Plaids, stripes and checks with
a predominance of plaids in their make up, ea $5.90
SILK PETTICOATS $2.69, $3.49
All silk jersey skirts, jersey tops and taffeta
flounces and all taffeta skirts with a color range to
please the most exacting. Each $2.69, $3.49
WOMEN'S NEW TAN OXFORDS $150
The advance guard of fall shoe fashions arrived
Saturday and offers unusually clever lines with the
assurance of dependable service. Made of very fine
calf skin in the new Hazel Brown shade. Perforat
ed vamp in saddle strap effect, Goodyear welt sole,
Cuban heel, widths AAA to C, all sizes, pair. . $7.50
' J J Utl-AKi MUST &TUKL5
Kcmember Pendleton Chautauqua
July 10th to 10th.
ZITA STILL HOPES TO
'1L FOR BUSY HOUSEWIVES
The Coal With No Regrets
You hum it with Gratitude for its en
ormous heat giving properties.
You find Pleasure in its cleanliness and
small amount of ash.
You take Pride in recommending its ex
clusive use to your friends.
uncles, Ray and Bluing Hansel!, noar
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Norrls have
leased the Kidder cottage at corner of
;th and College streets and are mov
ins mere irom tno rooms now occu
pied by thorn In the William Schrlmpf
Mr. and Mrs. Frank l)c Frcecc and
children, Hoy and Erna, spent tho
week end at Bingham Bprlnns.
.Mrs. V. O. Head and son Velton
ana Charles Williams, and son Frank.
have returned from a fishing trip at
Mr. and Mrs. R, a. Chapman and
oaugnier Joseplilno of Vancouver,
Hash., arc visiting at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Flint Johns.
A. L. Mot and son, C. W. Mots of
W eston, wero In Athena Thursday.
The Home .Missionary Society of the
Methodist church met Wednesday aft
ernoon at the homo of tho president,
Mrs. J. F. Herr. Three new momhers
were enrolled, making thoir number
27. Refreshments of ico cream and
cake were served by the hostess. The
meetings will bo held on the fourth
Wednesday of each month.
John Bunch was an Athena visitor
from Adams Saturday ,
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ingram of Walla
Walla, were guests of Dr. Ingram's
sister, Mrs. Robert J'roiidfit Wednes
Mrs. Ferguson and children, Myrtle
and Chester, were In Athena from
.Mrs. X. Dcsper Is ill at her homo in
tho north part cf the city.
Mrs. Morrlsetto was in Jlie city from
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Cronk, Miss Vina
Crunk, Mrs. George Thompson and
daughter, Maxlne, were visitors In
Walla Walla Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Ilitt and daugh
ters. .Martha and Ruth, spent (Sunday
on the rmatllla river.
Perd and Tim Mclirido of Weston,
wero In the city on business Tuesday.
PARIS, July b. (I. N. 8.) "Cher
chcz' In (cranio" that old French
proverb was never so true as during
the recent attempt of Charles of Hun
gary to regain his throne In Budapest.
U was stated tliat only one person
knew of his coup d'etat and that onlv
one person prepared the plot. That
person was Kmprcss Zita of Bourbo;!
Purme, Charles' wife. Evyn In her
childhood, according lo Monsieur de
Bonncfon, a well-known French
writer, Km press Zita was known for
hor domineering ways, is well as for
her lovable and winsome manners. Iv
her love sho won over to her tho peo
ple of Hungary, although she hiu a
foreigner to them, for sho comes of
tho French branch of the Bourbon
'anno family. In Switzerland Charles
and his wife became known as I ho
young lovers. Zita Is considered on?
of the prettiest monarehs. of Kiirope.
Unfortunately she has high ambitions
and thirsts for luxury and an easy
life, which she has not had In Switz
erland since her exile. Thus she was
goaded to persuade Charles to make
his hold bid for tho rrown. She is
considered the best of mothers and
takes the utmost Interest In her five
children. Today she has not ppen up
hopo of returning to Hungary as
queen of that country.
LONDON, July 6. (I. N. S. ) A
tame ferret belonging to a London
resident Is suckling a young rat with
her liter of five young ferrets. At
tempts to get tho rat away from the
Utter ure deeply resented by the fer
ret, who treats its foster baby as one
of Its own.
Too often no ono thinks of the
burdens of tho farmer's wife
she least of all. Yet what farm
woman would not appreciuto tho
Joys of running 'water In her
homo, of gas or electricity for
lighting, tt safo and modern
method for disposing of the sow
age, a washing-machine run by
some power not her own, a vacu
um cleaner, and something to
cook on besides a wood-devous-Ing
and ash-producing stove.
It has been estimated that
from a cent's to a cent nnd a
half's worth of electricity will
A 1C candle-power lamp for
A six pound electric flat Iron
for la minutes.
An electric washer long enough
to wash 20 sheets.
A pump long enough lo raise
ino gallons of water 100 feet,
A cream separator 20 minutes.
A vacuum cleaner 20 minutes.
Does II pay to look Into this
seriously? Is the tlmo of tho
farmer's wlfo worth anything?
A few dollars spent along this
liuewlll straighten out tho kinks
In her back, smooth the wrinkles
from her faco and hands and
and many years of her life. Is It
worth 11? K. V. D.
Blood travels through tho heart at
itho rate of seven miles an hour.
si'vi:ui, !i:.tiis ufi'oiiti:i
POriTLAND, July 5. ( V. P.) San
Francisco and Denver each report one
death and 17 injuries as the result of
burns from exploding fireworks. San
Francisco records three deaths from
such a cause during the last ten days.
Portland's toll In auto accidents over
the hollduys arc three dcud und seven
The Strong Dealer
Remains to Serve
The purchase of an automobile involves dealer
responsibility and service for a period of years the
entire life of the car.
You are not through with the dealer when you
have accepted the car. You need him henceforth
Included in the price of the car is the value of his
permanent responsibility for the car's behavior for
For these reasons we are putting the foundations
of our business down to the bed rock of this commu
nity. We are here to stay and serve.
Oregon Motor Garage
BUICK, CADILLAC AND CHEVROLET