DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1917.
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i month, by malt..
i year, by carrier..
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paitfj, aaiaa months, by carrier .,
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"a KARTH IS KXOVtiH.
W mm of earth have here the
Of Iaradise we have enough!
"b v eod no other stones to
Ttae stairs Into the t'nfulf illed
JKo taer ivory for the doors
a . t-thercKlar for the beam
Jkxid Ejtmve of man's immortal
Hre ri the, pHths of every
a iit -
aae yn the common human
Ea all tbe fluff the gods would
"a . tjke
Y build a Hfaven, to mould
a 3iTi1 make
Xw KUens. Ours the stuff
build Eternity in time!
a Edwin Markham.
manly and scholarly author,
whoever he may be, gained his
idea of American geography
irom Knowledge that was
available in the early days of
the republic. At that time
Pittsburg and the Great Lakes
were really in the northwest.
So was Ohio. But by the Great
Jehovah and the continental
congress it is time eastern peo
ple were discovering 'the fact
that the revolutionary war is
over and that the Mississippi
is no longer on the edge of the
If there are men at Wash
ington or anywhere else in the
government service who can
not locate the northwest and
insist on talking about the
Pittsburg region when dealing
with our coal supply they
should be lynched and then
'given a good cussing. If such
people cannot tell by the map
where the west is located let
them look up the region where
the Red Cross . and . Liberty
Loan money came the fastest,
where the enlistments have
been so good the draft lists are
short and then let them ascer
tain who elected Woodrow
Wilson for a second term in ;
the White House.
IFOR "THE EXECUTIVE
3 the veT. nature of
j things the successful con
duct of war requires that
the executive - department of
' t$ government be predomin
over the legislative. Con-'-5&ens
cai for decision, for
SeajB wk, for disinterested
" fcnd for ability of high or-
sear. It is no reflection on con
USTGss to say that the executive
"fliepartment possesses these
"Cf&E1je ia better degree than
lie lawmaking body. It
is a fact patent to everyone. It
b wholly natural the situation
.should be as it is.
SYet one of the chief points j
Vf controversy in connection
isfcl the food bill is in regard
't ai vfoposed committee on
'itae 'conduct of the war a
'Twrjanijttee intended to super
"wse expenditures for military
"parpose and therefore to take
akieiTBP.t; hand in directing the
war. Some of the strongest
"r!pb!ican leaders in the sen--t
and house favor this ar
'sTangement and in the senate
t23w rvive the support of at
'teasl one democrat Reed of
f it any wonder President
Wilson objects to having a
swigressioTial committee tell
Vnm fcow to run the war when
it ha taken congress since
.Ajcirii 26 to work out a food
control law and the job is
JtbemA a-s far from completion
crw as when the start was
I it surprising that the Pres
' ident, aa a close student of his
" twry should not want the Uni-te-d
States to repeat its worst
Wander of the civil war, a
lilvindr that caused Lincoln
ntold trouble and worry and
V"lonjfd the rebellion?
HE defense committee of
the National Arts Club
has struck a medal ot
valor to be presented to Elihu
Root, and the mayor of New
York has named a distinguish
ed committee to confer the
honor at the proper time.The
honor is well bestowed. Mr.
Root is an old man yet he ac
cepted an appointment of the
most difficult sort. He went
across submarine infested seas
tii a revolution shaken coun
try to carry a message of good
viu and encouragement from
the United States." J His duty
was not only complicated but
it involved personal ' danger
and hardship. The fact Elihu
Root without any hope of re
ward other than comes from
consciencesness of duty well
rendered was willing to accept
the mission to Russia and has
striven hard to bring that
country out of chaos is a trib
ute to his manliness and patrio
Why Fatima is today the only
high-grade cigarette at a moderate price
Fatima does NOT give you
28 Years Ago Today
(From the Oaily East Oregonian,
July 21. 1869.)
Born to the wife f Fred H.
Kemper on Friday,. July 56, 18S9, a
! A few Sundays aeo a couple of
Umatilla sheepraisers attended church
at Pendleton. On emerRins from the
sacred edifice one of them remarked,
"I say Jim that preacher was hitting
at us.' "You bet he was' said the
other. ."He did not talk about any
thing except lost sheep; sot your gun ,
v-'ith you?" "Why, certainly." "Then
watt till he comes out and give him
a chance to explain what he means
by them personal remarks."
Seth Richardson's garden above
town has been cleaned out entirely by
tramps who have to live, you know.
Jim Towne's hotrte below Pendle-
j ton burned to the ground last even
ling Mr. Towne is of Mongolian per
i suasion but he Is a rustler and ind us
urious and his misfortune is to be regretted.
But Fatima DOES give you J - absolute purity.
a wasteful, costly box.
or fancy, expensive tips.
or "showy" packing or frills.
a perfectly balanced Turkish
blend comfort while you smoke
and afterwards, too.
more sincere quality, better to
baccos and more quantity for
the money than any other high
grade cigarette on the market.
Remember, that in addition to purity good taste and
big value, Fatimas offer you something else they are cool
and friendly to your throat and tongue, and they leave you
feeling keen and fit even though you may smoke more
often than usual. - ,&fmViJfyu&Aec4&,
In these times, you want full value smoke Fatimas.
. v z- 'A-irs,.--
STATE PRESS COMMENTS
ON RECENT CONVENTION
I Heppner tJazette-Times.
Pendleton is a city in Kastern Ore
iron containing about fcOOO people: ft
Is a well built, town hut in streets,
buildings, stores and schools. Pendle
ton is not a great deal unlike any
other progressive small city.
But Pendleton Is the town with a
uunch. Mor can be accomplished in
Pendleton in a given time than in any
other city of like sle that we know
There is a coordination of spirit In
Pndlton that we cannot explain. No
other Pity has it. When a thing Is
stirtfi tlx-ie, it finished m s-hed-
j t;lt- time and the results obtained are
( usually from &0 to 100 per cent bet-
,,f clnu'rcc Qnrl than was dreamed of in the be-
:u ...v:u iginnii.g.
vtUOfJ LA 1 1 1 L Vt Itll tUU
tors of Oregon to come in close touch
with Pendleton and her grand spirit
last week. They are entertainers of
the highest order and they have made
an impression upon the staty press of
Oregon that will have a lasting good
effect not only upon Pendleton but
upon the entire state as well.
DO YOU KNOW-
That Troop O has a likely looking
lot of cavalrymen in the making?
That housewives are complaining
about an epidemic of ants?
That Seth Richardson was boss or
the old Bill Switzler stock ranch on
the Columbia 40 years ago?
That some religious cult is sending
tracts to Pendleton announcing that
the end of the war and the end of the
world will, come on August 4?
That both of the lieutenants
Troop D were born down south?
2hat the Italian front In Europe ;(.IVK NEWS or ROYS IN FIIANTK
U1 , j WASHINGTON. D. O.. July 26.
is considerably longer tljan the com- To nHuro tne foIkp at home newj of
bined French, English and Belgian th soldiers serving in France., Ad
jutant vjenerai Aicv-ann is anoui to
j establish a new division In his office, j qulry.
It will have to do with compilation
of all sorts of lnformaton In regard
to the officers and enlisted men on
duty abroad which will be supplied
to their friends and relatives on in-
3Trfi! moves can the country be
petted to sanction any ef
fort U take war manatfement
' 1 ixrm the President and lodge
-it with the legislators?
T many captains will en
VUunjn?r the ship.
IT MAKES ONE MAD
subject of coal prices "in
th northwest relates
-rmHy to the territory between
"tbunr nl the Great Lakes.
J .- , I -- U nocinina cronrlo.
I I'enriieton is motiy ramoun ior ner
i.oonil-t p. This Hhow h;is ben more
widely advertiHed than, any other like
nh.w in the world. Consequently
Fndt ton has received an endless lot
of advertising from that source. But
to an outsider, reading about the
ibe Round-1" p would mean nothing.
A trip to Pendleton and view of the
big nhow would mean everything. It
i her that you feel the electrifying
touch of the Pendleton spirit. It is
here that the great big western hos
pitality taken you hy the hand and
you are ushered into the homes of
Pendleton as real guests. f'endleton
people give up their own twd on thai
occasion and sleep in the ci:tr if ne-
th good fortune of the edi
Lemons Whiten and
Beautify the Skin!
Make Cheap Lotion
'ine juice ui two fresh lemons
strained into a bottle containing
three ounces of orchard white makes
a whole quarter pint of the most re
markable lemon skin beautir'ier. at ! rS
about the cost one must pay for a 1
small jar of the ordinary cold j
creams. Care should be taken t j ErH
strain the lemon Juice through a fine i 53
cloth so no lemon pulp gets in. then i
this lotion will keep . fresh for 1 es
months. Every woman knows thai
lemon Juice Is used to'bleach and re ! F5
move such blemishes as freckles. sal ' 3
lowness and tan and is the Ideal skin 1
softener, smoot hener and ben utl f ler. ! rz
Just try It! Mnke up a quarter j
pint of this sweetly fragrant lemon j E
lotion and massage ft daily into the
face. neck, arms and hands. It ;
should naturally help to whiten, soft. '
en. freshen and bring out the hidden . HH
roues and beauty of any sk!n. It Is
wonderful for rough, red hands. ;
Your druggist will sell three ounces
or orcnard white at small cost, an
any grocer will supply the lemons.
FRflDAV, JULY 27th
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