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&JULY EAST OMOOIttAH. PKNDIBTOH, OEI0OK. SATURDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 16, 1922.
TEN PAGES AN ,INDErENDBNT NEWSPAPER BUBSCP1PTION RATE! (IN ADVANCB) mbllihed Dally and Semi-Weekly, at fftnaieton. Oregon, by tha BAST OREOONIAN PUB. CO. Dntnrnd at tha pout office at Pendle tun, Oregon, aa aecond claaa mail mat ur. ON 8AI.B IN OTHER CITiEB. Imperial Hotel Nwa Stand, Portland. ONE FILE AT Cklcairo Bureau, 809 Security Building. Washington, D. C, Bureau btil Four nth Street, New York. Member of the AaaovUtfd Preaa. The Agaociattad Prem la exnlualvaly Entitled to tHe uae for publication of II news diapatchea credited to 11 or bt otherwlae credited In thla pip-' nd alao tha local newa published kareln. I Rally, one yea by mall .. tM Daily, six monlha, by mall "" Dally, three montha, by mall .... .. 1.50 Ijaily, one month by nail Oitily, one year by carrier Daily, hIx iiwutha by carrier Daily, three month by carrier Dally. month, .-y carrier Humf-Woekly. 1 yar by mall .... Semi-Weekly, alx months by mall.. Beml-Weekly, throe monlhi by mall 7.50 8.76 1.95 .65 .0 1.00 .so 4 ill When ycm an- kill.'iitf lime, time is killing you. Morn-sty ruiTH'X in tho political. Hrroes tlo nut run to pressed watcht-rt. two varieties the real and pants, plug huts or wrist INTRODUCING THE STACKED DECK 7HE law relating to independent candidates, passed by the 1919 legislature, reads as follows: . "Provided that no candidate for a nomination who fails tn rpr-pivp the rnWiPsr. number of votes for the nomination of the political party with which he was affiliated at the time of filing his petition for nomination shall be entitled to be the candidate of any other political party or to become an independent candi date at the ensuing election and in either case the governor shall not include in his proclamation any such candidate." Tho moanino- nf that law is Tllain and 'the DUTOOSe is Well known. It was passed for the specific purpose of preventing A. W. Lafferty, former Portland congressman, Irom Becoming an independent candidate after having been cteieatea ior me regular republican nomination. Mr. Hall is now in the same category and by the terms of the law is clearly barred from be inir an indeDendent candidate for governor. There is no ques tion on that point and it has been -the general assumption that thQ secretary of state would keep the Hail candidacy ' on tne ballot unless through an appeal to the supreme court the law should be held unconstitutional. But the attorney general comes to the rescue of his friend the covernor. The Olcott forces desire Mr. Hall's name on the ballot so as to split the anti Olcott vote. Therefore the attorney general naively rules that while the law specifically bars Mr. Kail from being a candidate the secretary of state may never theless make him a candidate by placing his name upon the bat lot. The substance of the attorney general's ruling is that in this case the duty of the secretary of state is to defy the law. The principle involved here is whether the laws of Oregon shall mean what they say or may be twisted to serve factional ends. It is obvious to anyone that the attorney general ia a fac tionalism rather than a lawyer. He has abandoned the old the ory that "law is common sense" and has given an opinion based upon ledgerdemain. If the attorney general's opinion is to be followed it means wc shall not have a legal election but a "frame up," based upon the intent to give a strategic advantage to one particular can didate. Mr. Pierce is to be defeated by means of a stacked deck. The old guard is going too far. riilloHOlJhy me A off. is wliut is left of life after the scum Is slilm- Thc lonwer it tMkrx :t ulrl man tarhinj-f her likes it. Uutes should be arranged so that when ( ipioi-ttinity kiiuulis, you will not Ijk n'ttlim In ut a poker same. Hez Heck Says; i I OirfcHcrewH is gum I coniin'." Copyright 1922, by i ii "l I 28 YEARS AGO to learn (o swim, the better tlte and can-openers is i-emier Syndicate, Jnc. (From WOULD KEEP ALFALFA AT HOME THE following advice to alfalfa growers is contained in the August number of the Reclamation Record, published by the reclamation service: "Many farmers on reclamation projects realize that too much of a good thing may be almost as bad as none at all. Al falfa is a good thing; that is, it is an excellent feed for nearly all kinds of live stock. But if there is a great deal of hay and a scarcity of hungry mouths to consume it, then, instead of being valuable, it is a liability, and the problem is to make it into an nfsct. Whenever there is a surplus, it is natural, reasoning from the experiences of growers of various kinds of crops, to think of organizing a co-operative association for marketing it economically and at a profit. But hay differs from a large share of other products that are shipped about the country. It ia bulky, And nowadays freight rates are high enough to throw a shadow clear across a good-sized hay field. "As an emergency measure an association to sell off a surplus of alfalfa may be advisable, but the general practice of shipping out this crop is economically unsound. It is not a concentrated product, but it is easily possible to concentrate it into more val uable products that in most years will return a much better profit than the raw hay, and at the same time build up the fer tility of the land, or at least maintain it. Manure is as necessary on irrigated as on nonirrigated land, and some authorities believe that it is evoji more important on irrigated land. At any rate live stock, particularly the dairy cow, can be depended upon to turn in a regular profit. Milk or meat may not ever bring in the big returns that are sometimes realized from other crops for a short time, but experience on the reclamation projects has shown convincingly that they offer the best solution of the problem of getting a good price for sur plus crops, or even for the entire product. It is poor business for a farmer who is growing alfalfa in a place distant from the markets to sell the hay, which often nets only 50 cents a ton, when he might as well be putting it through live stock and get ting $5 or $tt a ton clear profit." lhat advice as applied to the irrigated sections of this county spells dairying. The experience of farmers in feeding beef cat tle has been unfortunate if this paper is correctly informed. The near cast situation is made serious by the announced in tction of bolshevik Russia to uphold the Turks. If Lenin means that and uses the red army to aid the Turks in retaking Con stantinople there will be war. It may be a big war. Give the "rough writers" a welcome; they have come far to see our country and the Round-Up is their goal. the .Dmly Kant OiuKonian, September 16, 1894.) James Uoiiallen came down lrom Adams yesterday. Mrs. Geo. 11. lash Is in Taeoma visiting the Interstate Fair. C. C. Hendricks is recovering" from his recent illness. Mrs. J. ft. IMckson will leave to night for a visit at Portland. The many friends of Mrs. Geo. njgby will bo grieved to learn she Is seriously ill at hor home in Pendleton. A speedy recovery is sincerely hoped Cor. Athena Press. Miss Laura Mnir of lleppner is a guest of Mrs. Mark P. John. Tile Pendleton Wool Scouring & Packing Co., have just purchased through Cloption and Eoyd, from W S. Byars a large tract of land east of their present mill here they are to erect one of the most complete wool warehouses in tho west. A meeting of the committee from the Commercial Association and local press met Monday evening tit the as sociation rooms. An outline plan was formed which includes as local fea tures of entertainment for tho State Press Association, a trip to tho reser vation, dancing party, a banquet and the unfettered freedom of the city. A reception committee for the Commer cial Association consists of D. F. Cook, K. D. lloyd, Mayor T. C, Taylor, Geo. Ash, 11. Alexander. Max IJaer. I.eon Cohen, S. A. Lowell, and C. S. Jack son; for the local prees, F. It. Mitch ell, Geo. llalsey and It. IT. Whitson and arl newspaper men In the city. 13m Sim Theso are trying days, try anything. I'eoplo will What makes bowlegged one hap pier than a long skirt? So many love letters got into court. mo lemaie ot mo species is more deadly with tho mall. Many a man goes to church on Sunday to get a one day's supply of religion. Our birth rate is declining. Poster ity and prosperity both are arriving rather slowly. A jury lias freed another self-made widow. A bald barber can't well hair re storer because lie has no head for the business. May we call a gai tires a rubber band? Lord Hubert Cecil lecture in America, like a treat. ? stealing T hanks. auto says lie hopes to It sounds more HAVE THAT NEW COAT FOR ROUND-UP WEEK. Truly one of the best selections ever brought to Pendleton awaits your choosing. Mannish Sport Styles that are real swagger and serve for all around wear. Priced from $13.50 to $52.50. Then There are the More Dressy Coats with or without fur trimmings, created by "Conde," one of the very best and well known makers of high grade exclusive models in coats which are the last word in fashion. We've priced them in our usual low priced cash wav from , .... $22.50 to $135.00 Captivating Neckwear of real Irish hand -made crochet laces and real filet laces, beautiful beyond words, made up to meet fashion's latest demands and priced so very reasonable. Each... $1.69 to $7.95 New Silk Nightgowns of durable radiu msilks, prettily trimmed with laces, priced at. $5.65 to $8.50 New Silk Envelope Chemise made of radium silks and wash satins, trimmed with laces or hemstitching. Priced ; . . . . $2.98 to $5.95 YOUR GLOVES! They must be right to fit in with the latest fall fashions. Gauntlet Gloves in 6 or 8 button, lengths in real kid or mocha are ab solutely correct in the shades of brown, gray or black. Priced $4.50 to $5.25. Sixteen Button Length Kid Gloves in gray, black, mocha, brown, are al so very popular, priced, pair. . $4.69 Chamoisuede Gloves in either 8 button or 16-button length, have their own place in milady's ward robe, where an inexiensive glove is desired. Priced the pair $1.00 to $1.69. Oppossum Chokers, dyed in stone marten shades, two styles, one with two skins, the other is made of one skin. An extraordinary purchase at a low price enables us to offer these at $6.49 and $7.95 A Pair of La France Silk Hose is a necessary requirement to wear with one's new costumes for fall. Shown in all the new shades as well as black. We are exclusive agents in Pendleton for La France. The pair . ....... $2.35 Better Merchandise Lower Prices Phone 127 Pay Cash at This Cash Store and Save as Others do. If riches brought glars would laugh death. happincBS bur themselvea to Many a man learns to ploy a cornet to spite a neighbor. being almost out of charge of the corset World's 1J greatest women are ones who can make ends meet. the Our idea of work is having department. 1 wouldn't. It la- meat if you could send dishes to the laundry and the house to the cleaner? j We knew what the coal strike costs, i About $1" per ton. WHOLE AND CRUSHED CORN, ROLLED BARLEY For Sale by Independent Elevator and Warehouse Co. E. Webb Street Farmers Phone 582. 1 The human mind is Urumfield shows. often a strange affair, as tin- rs nf Pr. 'A' CANAL WILL BE (l-;ist On Kiwii.tll SptrUI MINNKHAHA. St it. IS. IVt. r J arl. son Irf t fr KoMaml, H. t . on TiH'Ml.iy morning. K fiUoraMy im )r .hh witli w i'imiur, hi- w ill m ml for Ins fiitntlv lattr. Mr. uikI Mr. J K. 11 t" r nil) rar fuii for lioMlturic. they h.txinif c I'hungrd tht tr -rtcrty hi rr fur laud noir iCtMM'hurfc. Mrs. I C litilck. ho rvivntly un IT rnl u n oih rt un h1 w Wall a Wall a iwnilnrium. t rM.n-U tt h do ing juitf well XI r. and 11 rx. Juhti li.mey :tiniM of an uhl toHti1 irl. t;i.nor Kthol. born dn-.tU . S 'l ml r th. THr3 CKK'AT 1 1 "N P Whu'l! hr therr?" Holing will I It you at h tiWH 4'Nunli feuiMlay ftfl 3:3. Comet W allien llhra Mil frrod. on".ur rtl'lo him l as! wr K wh' ii lire h tro cd tho i ik hutiNr, hi' h,i mi; Ins fiiiliMiiio Moiv.l In thi but Ming Mr ltitittoit hIm h.ut nim liKUMholut KihmIm ilcj-riiiil b tho firr. tho orie- lu of m hu h K unknoun. th-ro 1Hna no om nl homo at th tuno of the : lire. Air. Khra carrttd iiiMiratn on' hi on I H. F. ltowuiun Irlt Vrdiicwlay for, lUk.-r. li t I ir.iiitn m I'i ins made t n ron-' struct and l line the "A" mal fro-n th- Mc;t-iitv phTo to tho rior. ;r-i-1 ami Kind arc bring hauled ami the4 lecU run. ftaymir; is Kem ial tn the n uhbor hHHl and the -ather If ideal. Tht third crop in en-r.iHv good. Mr. and Mm. aldon Hht an ' lea, inff thl w fk for Poi'l land at are J hu-h pla'p they eeet to make their tom . Mr ar l Mm. tio Ship). of leo air ;ilifg ml Wetland at t hr Slup Ivv homf- Mtw. V. 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