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CHA5. D D DAILY EAST ORZGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 23, 1921 TEN PAGES v 4 V. 4V A'i.f wtw wV'AftU SECRET OF BELGIUM'S T 'CANADIAN YOUNGSTERS m j iSEPR!ZEPOfflS;f 4- Little Nation Sets Itself to Forget War and Peace and Social PAtrHI.". Man.. Nov. S3. d ilt-p..sil $4"i.." -"I want The rweivins tel!T loi.kf-.l throuKh Establish 'the irn luirs with u bit of su n The di posili.r iv.is u nul.n -clu rKeii kul vi huse chin l;irely rein-lifd tlu i.innter. was snimins fr wn car t" ear. Reform. Dorit cough THE violent paroxysms 01 coukh. hv Dr. Kins s Iew "I jllSt SMllil mer .litl hy i my hns,' ay of esp HY HIV.II HKPWOOn (W'ritK'n for IiHcrnitii'iml is Sei vio' ami I.cnulon Daily News.) I.oXixiW N..v. 24. The harlxir station ut Os,e,ul is Mill a f m)p o desolat.on. I founil ' so on a r... Irf jh , . Gjl,: plas? in Its aaunt arcades, and the Autumn wind hlo.vs coldly over its im protected nlat forms. Hut as si ' the boy fur-uination. Discovery. rllt' remedy for colds, harmful drugs. jrars a stanaaru Children like it. All druggists, 60c lHiminion scr.eni- ment exir'.s, mtmy or thfse children achieved stiff cient iiiojiei tty tins year md estalilish of small leave .farm. -that I Cuj.yright Hart Bcltilf.ici .. M prices clothes We're not selling we're selling the best that are made U you appreciate l ine (jualily, fine style and expert needle worlv in elollies; if you understand the economy in good qual- -J wr. 1 toulleome to this store lor Mart Schallner 4 Marx, llirsh ity,y. Wi kwire, (ilollierafl and Styleplus you to eome on any oilier basis. lollie ue dont waul HMmiiiNs (iRiatkst niPMii Hivr sront JheFeoplos w 19 rG aronouse, T "i.flioi tneniliers Cluiiit in Mani- tolia who are ensraged in agricultural imrsii its "on their own honk." ttuided as hv provincial and the Ion? train, with its great t.etman .LKuiti ti.t.l itu liit' e:sv ro:u hes Otitis ..... ov..,. ,he new and well-laid track! to buy their own clothes . f..,.i i,. vour bones assuming a nucleus for the purchase- that you are wise enough to Yures out of vour initinerary you have come to a Land of Good I Mope. The carillon of Pruges echoes across a plain that was assuredly never more, fertile and never better tilled. Front tho canal bank beside the works ut Ii Hrusoise. which the Germans stripped bare of their machinery, I listened to the bells playing German music one Sunday morning; and later. i as I traverseu tne wnoie umum. HelKinm and sought, generally in vain., for traces of tho war it seemed to tne that the cai illoneur must be something of a symbolist. , For r.elitlum Is steadily settling her self to forget the war. Her ideals of today are peace with her neighbors and with all men and social reform wi'hiu her own gates. To attain these ends she must trade, to trade she must work, and she is working us I verily believe, no other country is working. In Ghent and in Brussels they Im pressed upon me that co-opet 'ati.ni and communal effort are to be tho forces of the future. Bolshevism in HeKiium was stillborn. Labor is sane and soundly disciplined. I talked with the editor of I ho offi cial Labor newspaper in a room that Iteilf told nte almost as much as he did. There was a portrait in a place i .I,. .....I Vn i.r el. II. i ' Ul ll..ll"l on " ..!. not of Carl Marx, not even of F.mile I Vandorvelde, the Belgian apostle 01 co-operation, hut of William .Morris, I whose dream was of a world inline beautiful hv and for the workers. On the wav from Brussels to Liege the express steamed Into a lofty sta Hon. bright with the morning sun shine streaming through a clean glass roof on to paint still cleaner, thronged ultlj busy people, humming with the throttled energy of half n dozen trains i... .I,, von ..hitr.tfiiis. Outside there I was a pulse In the air as of a mighty loom, and through the mist one cangh. fleeting glimpses of vast modern fac tories In process of erection. Every- Dr. King's New Discovery v,Vc ma Louvre JVC v ' - ...in.l Normal. Natures way is the way of Dr. King s Pills nently and firmly regulating thebowels, eliminating the intestine cloggui, waste. At all druggists,:. " r King's Pills Rivoli Today Children 10c Adults 35c Loges 50c A Benj T. Hampton Production . . ZANE GREY'S POPULAR STORY M ysterious Rider With Robert McKim, Claire Adams and Carl Gantvoort Produced hy Tlenj I. Hampton and his associates. 'Zane Grey Pictures Incorp. i. Oregon 'New Weekly Pray Comiq To the many shoppers wlio have made our business a suecess, we extend the wishes of u very happy Thanksgiving-. THE TABLE SUPPLY 739 Main Street Phone 187 DESPAIN & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR Proprietor I.uNIhiN, Nov. :;;. il. N' es-Kaiser is "liat'd up". 1 nrifshal offlciallv savs ro and. In a statement Issued by hint at his resi dence at Poorn, points nut the un favorable condition of the former F.tn pci'i.t s cxclie.iucr. i roi.FMItr:! Ohio. Nov. rrcsi S.) The ,i,.t Haiditig will extend the unpre His court icedented courtesy to Ohio 'Ktate Vni o and. in versity ;iliimiii of personally sending by radio from the goveriunent sta tion nt Arlington a message of greet ings a ml congratulations on Friday night. November 'J.". This is the ainiotincenrent made here by ,1. L. Morrill, alumni secretary on the O. S. V. campus. As a part of the annual celebration of "Ohio State Bay,'' President Hard ing's message will be relayed by the b.rirwr wireless stations over the cotin- I'wing to the fact that all the prop el lies of the llolii'iizolleru family In cluded in the private fortune of the ex-kaiser and other members of the Imperial family have been seized by tin. I Vnssi.'i it i tovernni.nt and that the nee .nations Iviwocu the frown mil 'try. including the one on tne o. t Hie State have not yet been success- campus, anil will be picked up by the fully concluded, the e-Kaiser, he says ! local alumni groups from coast to is obliged to live on money forwarded 'coast on the night of N'ovoanher 25. from G. inianv. for which he must first iVhe local alumni groups have been ill get Butch gulden. jstructod to arrange with professional 'or amateur radio operators In their r. suae THANKSGIVING NIGHT Auspices American Legion. J Union Hall 'avanl's Orchotra. The ex-Kaiser, who, notwithstanil- ing the low rate of the mark, shows great Interest in charitable Institutions, m Gci i.iauv as well as in Holland, con tinues lite statement, sees himself compelled to e.ononiie as much as pos,iMo aad to decline requests reach ing him from Germany asking for re lief. I As a tilting and suitable climax to ' thin the Put. h papers learn that ten members of the .staff at Poorn will b'j disuies. il at the end of the mouth. 1 OLD FASHIONED Sat.-t v razor stippl;. nt. .1 I h sh'ix liu; iurp t lltius:: tu! s c eloig t" t''.c I'lilv ill'pb III have iilmost entirely old l isliioii. ,1 rarer for . s. Put Hi. re are 'Still and wolio n win. :of dd I I lit l .... .1 r tti. ,.or as mo a 1 th specthe cities for receipt of the pes i.lcut's message. Arrangements for White House audi navy department participation in tin wlrele-s phaxe of the Ohio state day program was made by Charles G Bond, president of the Ohio state tini vers'ty association, national alumni or-ganiy-itiott, ami 1". S. representative in .'.ii'U'e-s from New York City. I',., rial a. k iiowioilgement of Presi. lis ut ll.iUix'i's juessns wiH 1? mad. t.v I'r. W. i. Thompson, president of Ohio state university, who will s.-o . nt one of his own Ohio Staters from the university's radio phant. which has ordeied special ("iiiipment from an eastern electr.cal cotuern to rila Br.'si.leiit ILirdiu"s message, not only by Mo.se c.nle, but also by radio phone. It will be the first demonstra tion of i adiophone ever made by the university station according to Prof. F. l Caldwell li.a.l of the department lectrical engineering. thing was eloipient of lite and labor. From the railway, nt any rate, not one single thing was visible to recall the years of war and ruin. Stay! There was Just one. It was the, name board in the station, which had been left unpainteii, uppareiiu.i of set purpose. On the faded and sclinir wood one might faintly dis cern, in German characters, the word . Lowen. For this was Loiivain. j At Liege, for a mater of 2 'id. it. Knglish money, one may spend aai hour or so upon the broad bosom of: tho Meuse. The Liegois have no eyes, j it would seem, for all that one sees,; no ears for all that one hears, on the steamer trip to Sprains: yet In the; ceaseless ring of hummers upon new, steel, ill the endless extensions of iron : works, motor works, glass works and I the like there is a lesson for the -whole 1 of F,u rope. "Long live ourselves!" is the slnp-an of Liege. The hotel keepers act if,) to if in one way; tne workers in an other and better. Olio disembarks at' the Passerelle, and is faced almost Immediately with an inscription on a wall table: "In this square, on the u'ght of August 2n, P.G4, the Germans, with out provocation, burnt twenty houses and shot eighteen people." Nobody that 1 saw lifted an eye to :t. The crowds hurry by, intent upon the astouulshingly cheap stalls along the .pinys. At half-past eight in the morning I found myself purchasing a trinket at a jeweler's shop In the Place de Melt' the liegent street of Antwerp. There had been several other cus tomers before me. "Yoit open early," I said lo the proprietor. "Monsieur." he replied with sur prising earnestness, "it is my way of protecting against the tendencies of the limes. 1 open at S a. m. some times earlier and I close at 10 p. m. sometimes later. And no week-ends i this, very pointedly, in F.nglish). Hut what would yon? To work, nnd to work hard is our only hope. 1 was a uoi klmr leweller. now 1 have my own shop and am my own shop assistant. I i work as long as I please. "The eight hours day? The six, hours day? In another ten yours' time when we have earned our lei-1 ure. Till then, tie m en parte pas. Alta today Children 5 Adults c. MATCHLESS MELODRAMA A Benjamin B. Hampton Production Adapted from the novel of Stewart Edward While. Coined v AFTER THE DOUGH. ASPIRIN Name "Bayer" on Genuine ut ) 'Ol I.' II Take Aspirin only as told in each package of genuine Bayer Tablets of Aspirin. Then you will be following the directions and dosage worked out hv physicians during :'l years, and mi use n nit.r .-n vour corns may l.e taking vour lite in your b an.U. lor it ,..u oil yotns-il' blood poison is liable to follow, mid. leore than O.it the nior do.-s no Inure limn remove the sill li.ee of tbe corn, while it is the roots of the corn that pr. ss on the t ii.l.-r nervi? of the loot, e .using the pain. Slop iisinK a r;u,.r on your corns and use the A. IV S. New M.-thod Pom Tr. alln. lit. which painlessly extract the emu.- corn nnd relieve., you from all pun Tallnmn & Co., Pendleton. The wireless will be utilized In the exchange of greetings hv the more ut than scv. nt V groups of O. S. P. alumni i proved safe by mi. lions. lake n.. who will assemble ssnultaneoiisly j chances with substitutes. If ou see through. nit the t'nited States on the the B..yrr Cross on tablets, you can night ..f November j take them without fear for Golds. j Headache. Neuralgia, Kheuniatisin. Ilri.4arl.rs from llht ( olds I Karaehe. Toothache. Lumbago, and Laxative r.li.i.MO ul'IM.NK Tablets r-l fr Pain. Handy tin boxes of twelve lieve the H' lidaeh.' by curing the Gold j ..,,,,,, . rents, lirmlgists also V ionic laxative .,d g.-rn, d. stroycr. ' ti.Pi, Aspirin is the. The genuine hears the signature of K. l'"' ., , u- i:r..v... lite sure v .... it, t itlMivto 1 trade niarK m iv.jn ....... .o,v . 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