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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. PENDLETON; OREGQNy-. tTjESDAY, JANUARY 7, J919. EIGira PAGES ii, X. M AV lXDKl'KYlHTVT Titiiiy snn getnt.Wo-klr at. I'rrtriii-t on, Or eo, tiv h. RAT HK..N1A.N IM.'W.1SHI.a CO. t I'll'. I.it.f-4 lit Die ijtofri'e at I'endle t'ti, Orxun. . as second-class mall mattr. SLHSirRlPTION RATES !V ADVANCE) by mail him as a noisy fch)agogue v? '5 ;4 term alfl'llsiSrK 1 jm 4$ n"iIfiQrdin ."1!h3w..': . At h;'ttoi;MnimrrYRi-iurT'- The colonel was at his beat great fjl. ' AhdHgut'iM Jitjw iFBt ""jw,.. Daily, on year. Daily, six months by mall Dally, three months by mall Daily, one month by mail Daily, one year by carrier , Dally, an months by carrier Daily, three months by carrier.- during his days in the White proved hardrfor.him to tak& ai House. He did much to awak- secondary position.- His quar.- en the American conscience; to rel with Taft wrecked the re vivify and purify our political publican party in 1912. His lite, iie had a way of saying- criticisms of the Wilson admin- Uiings that reached home. He istration appealed to many as (was a noted preacher and the grossly unfair, i j.-.o country trained byhis advice.) Nevertheless Roosevelt will! . t.5He taught sterling American- go down as one of our mostj 1I4.ism and manliness. forceful men as one who lived 1 ' E ! Tl Iko Poof rii-nimlon V, "n full Mfa nnA loonx.o V,.,' HIV. UOOh Vl.Ultlll i 1 I V AMIS II 1 (WllA W llll , V. WI1EN AMEJUCA'S'SHIPS COME IH 7.50 S.? most noted service ON mi.li IN OTHER rlTIE. iTioermltfotel News (Hand, Portland J.owmai News Co., Portland. Ortffoa ...,. , .,. tDally. one month, by cArrler (lit NIC U J'-lli I'll 3.':'' O'UIIIJ x i - , , , ii.i- , i semi-rkiy. one year, by maii. l.ssjtion. He was the first president .ki., i, uru i - ;:":-''"" ''''". to take note of tha Roosevelt his name written high on his- wakvamj 4.v .. . : : . . l a .. . . .. I 1 x j 95 ii ciiucicu wie nauuii trousisieu lurj a iMUlfl. .it in nis efforts toward conserva- jared buddy who is" going ;iave hard sledding. fact that our public domain was , beitia Q taken by plunderers ;: that oliif -. itimbeir, coat," water-power ami ?8'YEARSAGO: Is the coming conference in "l"t, jUBrai "1 r TlW.u-Z a,.- business on this topic or willment but for holding piirposesj inon. rh mth'n Ka V!f .KOOSevelt S6t' fo W'Ol k. With Sht.r juvuv.iuig Vll. J W V A V ill". A ly to speechifying by men who like to talk but seldom say anything. I.I.T IS RKMKMBKn TI1K li:l Till: NKW 1EAK ISIS. and Ml. Mildred FtrllPr. lla'ti':, ' Jth Khter of ChlM Justice FuMer'-'tver' courage to stop the looting, fie '""r"' 'rt "racwma b.f Momko. , wa sucppwfn) in laro-p ripirrpe' Whllo )vndtton ' is m.rrly fiS. f"CYIU' 'r?e lree free from meaHles. the Uisrase l Mill 1 and the benefits of his action ruBinK in ,he ,,oumry' ,., ,)f ,his , have been far reaching. For city. The families or u. a. nost i k, I his conservation work alone the A,e nniey. J- k. hoiih mui j. it. j colonel is entitled to fame. Kennedy are amonR the Biiffeivrs. , T . . Mrs. Clarence Keurney died Moil- York DaDers !, , ' uy at her home In l'ih.t lioik from f.rit ;taKes airer ne lett the i icn xauiwi tt . 11 Ln otv,, K,"UHe man ! THE 1919 WHEAT PRICE HAT New with all le Wnite on attack of pneumonia. She he did during his a husband and two children. Mounted upon a landing plattorm over a big gun turret, the picture is a seaplane poised as?or flight, like a great : rd. The line of flaabedecked baltleahiDK oassed In review . before Secretary of Navy Daniels and came to anchor In the - Hudson River the Sixth American Battle Huuadron. home.. Kiwiu, luvuiui sorTiiS m lureigu waters. I A I "4 -... w, i. , i mi i ' 1 lllS, ....... ??ifiiIo3tMti3ifJI Bsl v ft . - Jr( v - " i - 11 us rcmm.er the dead And if.trrow rich in tears to d tad em Their day among us; let th requiem Sink mftly n thein ftrevw an a. or ax a flower fail fur heavi l - -::nesH; - . r . hjL-l i AM -feel silently for thfo who heard " XtRht-ffer uifrht only the shat- trirK wnnl, N'iRht Hirer niht only th wild wine-prtHs! It us remember the dead with. quiet joy That comes like a star too splendidly for sound; let vis remember the dead lest we destroy The cup wherein the prince. iest bloods abound; In our own lives let us re mem - ier the dead. And in our deaths let their last rites be read; DON'T OVERLOOK THE : MURED SOLDIER the country west of the Hud son is shown bythe following from the New lork World: F.n.atoi on the cost to liie pv- cnHiHUt of niaintunimif the litl price for the entire wheat crop of the pres ent year are tiitcreHtms: hut they are only iffMviiK and not always Mhrewri. As the obligation t one of honor, it Ls ltardly h-tiit to rnatrt rematurely In tamentalionK oer the eieiist We know that we are pled sent to j lay on the basis of $2.26 at h-aao. hut what prieM 4ill pn-vail tltronsh- out ttH ivorhl between now and mid- stnnmer, 1920, Is wholly a matter of lieeulatioii. hile icaet han liltcr- ated some wheat not available In war. It is to he renieni lieriMl that In the irrcater part of Kuroiw Ntoeks are ex hausted and that the demand l ur- ent. ;reat Hritain has a fixed orfee and so has Canada. Kussia cannot he mnoli of a eomiketitor this year, and I ArsreiitinaN crop in iwt ereat. There Is Ixtter reason, tlierefore, to asutiu that the average world price of wheat for two years to come will ' he very hfeh than to hold that it will fall to I anything- like the ante-war level. Kven if the l ulled States, purchas ing our entire crop on Oie basis of S2.2 at t'lik-ago, should lc eonipcllud to dispose of KJart or all of it at lower price, tlie cost to the government would be small in c(miiarison with the saviiu? already made by price fixing. It ts pribable,furtnerniore, tiiat if re strictions were removed from the Oii- Lilc ate there ami who two y'ars ago had I with, IN talk a MIDST much wise about reconstruction rast uregonian is uisturu- nit at ss.ss wouui cstaiiLsii ed to find little mention of pro- " ramuic market. , i i e . t. , .... Me are under bond to the hungering posed aid for the man, who will mnncra,.ini ot k,,p . .n to . need help- the most the in- the. fanners of America who have re jured soldier. - spiMHled to a national pledge. Per- We are going to have such ,M,'W we sl,a" nuney i men in Oregon and elsewhere 2te2'uu' b,,t n",1""e c,se iU bo hy the thousands The daily xhe marks about what the casualty lists, published for Chicago wheat pit would do to months past and still coming, an unregulated wheat market make this plain. Many of our are especially to the point. If boys will come home m bad any0ne thinks the Chicago bro- f naue. vvnaiis 10 De aone !,, wij oil, a -,.,,-mr about them? Is the federal world to 8ee cheap wheat (af I liuvxunuui uui6 i" ter it nad ieft the hands of the! nuequaie atxenuon; tan n ao powers) he is not familiar so ii it wisnes 10 or win siaie with the history of the wheat neip De necessary in oraer 10 pjj. insure jusice to each individu- " ......a...... ul case? j All sorts of schemes are pro-i posed .with a view to giving em-! TXT HEODORE ROOSEVELT filoyment to the returning: was a man greatly to be doughboy who is sound in1 admired; there was in health and body. The sugges- him much that brought forth I tions are often good and if ad- condemnation. A fair' appris- opted will help the cause along. ial of the -ex-president . would Yet after all .the- able bodied call for an estimate somewhere Yank is not going to need much between the view of his most help. He will Jook after him- ardent friends and the opposite .self in most casfcsi ' It is the in-. view of those who regarded ROOSEVELT n g f i iv- a g ii ii '"' " C0I't(ntS 15ri"'d DraChl Jt J I H : r - i;- ALOOHOt-a PER CCNt AVoct.iblcPrcpara!io.forA5 . . ,..,.ift.r.wvi twKcaula- Thercbr l'romoti!i$ DnJrtW . (hf crfulrK-iiand Kc5-Coctai i, neither Opiara.Morpluaen Xincral. OT .akw- for- ! AholpfulKcmcilyfc Constipation uiid Diarrhoei facsimile Sii-nL.oe ft, CEVTAlK COMPACT. For Infants and Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Always Bears the Signature : of In Use For Over Thirty Years HOUSe than he did during lllS a husband ami two rhillrcn. 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