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WAR OF THE FUTURE
In Mondny's Journal Frederick J.
Unsklns has a splendid nrtlclo under
tho caption of "When tho Sky Navy
Sails Awny to War."
Ho rovlows tho courso of arms
from tbo primitive daya when tho
sword and shield wero tho only wenp
one of offoneo and dofonso down to
tho present when tho great Dread
noughta of tho navy and tho ulcgo
guns of tho land' forces with tho al
most Impenetrable armor of both tho
vessels and the forts take the pluco
of tho formor weapons,
Ho takes tho possltlon that with
tho coming of tho groat warshlpH of
tho air tho trade of war would wmio.
That noon there would bo no place
for war. That ti few aerial war
Bhlpa would nmko It so tropical for
tho luadors of tho nations who liavo
heretofore been nblo to remain In
Barely while their followers went to
tho front to do their deadly work
for them, that thoy would fear to do
cluro war. llo ways tho United State!
has named certain toBts such as a
tipced of 10 miles an hour, be able
to carry 36o pounds and two men,
or sail ensly with or against tho wind
to rlso from the land or water and
r.nr n.il ... i. . .
uiikukii ior a i-'o-muo trip.
Jt Is said that tho government will
soon glvo Hpoclflcatloiis for ami ml
vortlsu for bids for an nlrshlp with
-nr. huhkiiih ways further: 'Tho
snips that Btauds tluwo i,,Mih
have brolton down world-old barriers.
Tho now warfnro will bo ti-rrlblo ami
woiiiierrui. I'mml defoiiHos that havo
oosi miiioiiH of dollars will (, huI ,,t
HHiiMht; fort and entitle will bo as so
niuoh plctttrtwipie pasteboard scenery
on a playhouse hIuko; tint nrmltw of
tho world will m iisoIomm: Hid Iron
dads will Ho powerless at anchor
In una? nuiM of pltllcwt aerial Dread
uatiKiiiH. Oho compet(dy oipilpped
nwrln 1 ImttlmhlpN could wipe out sev
uml tlioiisHiid vetMHils that constitute
lliu iihvIom of tho world powers, ami
destroy tholr arinlwi by poweiful ox
plosives dropped fiom nboto. Were
tHieli a dmitioyor to attack (Irani llrlt
tin, for oxniuplo, the protection of
Insularity which thai country has so
Ion oiijoyed would be of no avail,
and tbo hiiiiiimI army liiiiin.nl of f IXS,
UOU.OuU and navy biidKel of flOU.ODU,
(too would have been as utterly
wasted as so many cups of water.
"In tho now waifaro aeroplanes as
swill as m wallow m act as scouts In the
sklis, shIIIiik at from Id to CO miles
mi hour, ami mappluK tho country
at will from u IioIkIU or 2,(iuo or per
haps 1,000 ftfut. HharpHhooteiH on
luuknul towiiiH on (ho Isml, armed
with Minis especially mado for sight
Iiik ami NrliiK skyward, will have
Homo difficulty wliujlug such hlniiiM"
hlnl. On m the object to bo hit
mmm at about 15 miles an hour, on
Iftud It go slower, In tho air It
would I wing four or five times us
fust. On land or son tht nbjwt would
bo following tlu. hhiiio plane. The
stlp4r or Im skleM my cIihiiho at
will tin plsim on which he moves,
and tb abuipsmmU.rw would flml his
tver cuMiiiug, his shots milim
wl0 or lhtlr mark. A wwr Imlloon
or onllHMiy iIImiumuiIuiin would piowiit
to tho Uud lotteries about Hit. waine
HiirfHCH M that offered by a platoon
or (WVMlry, while hii airship would bo
vary dlffleult to hit Inn-mum the plane
wnhl b taiiMentlsi t (lit curve or
thrt flight or (lie proJH'tl...
'Whn HvliiHl mllltMry operations
Imvo iMMtii lwuu, with IIm umps as
HnldM, srHMMi crulaw will luvad tho
sklos tif tbeli enemy roiiutry. Now
luNlrumeiits, which must la a combi
nation of plumb Hue, range finder,
ami tlwtcoptf, will bo uml to gel
tho ningw of city or forlreus, and
thsii on Ikmu iMeiistdtMW places tho
ship will drop high explosives .villi
lurrlflo effur-t. Tho explosives would
possibly Im towed belilud the airship
ou luuipuiisivo, bargo-llko floats, and
llitwu bo cut lwm and sunk one by
un on the twslegl country below,
so ns not to endanger tho aerial
UittlMdiln ltelf. High explosives or
small bulk might bo dioppur through
, liriwd barrels or new type guns."
W hellwve tkHt Jlr. llaakliut has
overlooked u rw things. His curry
ing eapauity and length or trip Is not i
wnrs, Only whon man ImB learned to
ovcrcomo his selfishness nnd covet-
ousncsa will tho nations learn war
no moro and there will bo a univer
IF PROHIBITION NOW,
Troubles for tho American saloon
nro multiplying, For n year tho mor
tality among them boa been na great
These two columns have been leased by the Socialists of St.
Johns. They will furnish and edit their own tnnttcr, nnd the
editor of the Review will in nowise be responsible for anything
that tuny appear each week under this heuding.
na though n war of extermination Soca8t meetnG8 every Wednesday evening at 7:30, at 424 Brunswick
were on, ino swelling uuo oi local
option and prohibition has swept them
out nf nxlstencn nt tlin rntn of .10 n
day for tho country, nnd It promleB Tho entlro Judicial reputation of the strikers put down if io quoioms
to keep up tho rate till tho end of Wllllnm H. Tnft la baaed upon bis own words, "It requires tho whole
tho year. At 30 feet frontage for Injunction record. Without tlila he
each doomod saloon, tho destruction would not todny bo known ouUldo
lias been nt the rnto of a mllu of of the county ho was bom In. Ho
frontiiga n week, or 01! miles for tho has always been nn offfco seeker nnd
year. It is a career of havoc moro ofrice-holder. His first act to nttrnct
cxtrarodlnnry than tho most hopeful attention wna his Judicial mulcting of
day drenm of tho wildcat prohibition- tho brick-layers' union. Hut this gnvo
tBt. Tho year begun with three stales )ilm only local reputntlon.
wholly prohibition, and now there nro h0 cnmo jt0 national promlnenco
eight, Arkansas by a majority of ul0 fr8t tmo when, with Judge Hick
12,000 passing Into tho fold recently. of malodorous fame, ho Joined tho
Whoro but C.000,000 people of tho nrthorhood of Locomotive Hnglnoers
country lived In dry territory, there ,, tjrothorhood of locomotive Klro-
nr0 now ..8,eee,eee. a .uosi ot.o nn u mon , Ul(J ptrko of th(J To,0(IJ( Ami
tho people of the nation are rest
dents of the arid zones with counties
Arbor and North Michigan Hallway It
tho early spring of 18U3. These two
(oxi tflian ilttiti4 I t tit 111 t f I i.i-riH I
j ? in hiiviu in lining buiiiMiiiif, Ul vi i I k a
..n.. in .1... u organizations struck after every ot
WVIIV. IIIU 'V ,fW. IU fw
out of the wet. Tho tide Is so pro
uounced nnd bo apparently Irresist
ible, that observers everywhere aro
predicting that It la but a matter or
a row yearn until saloons will bo
swept entirely from the rural district
and bo confined to tho largo cities.
The big liquor men of tho country
tonipt to secure decent trcntmont
had failed. They then decided not to
standing nrmy of tho United Stntcs",
It need only bo added that If Tnft
Is mado president It will bo by tho
votes of worklngtueu. There nro not
enough capitalists to elect him and
If workingmen elect him nnd ho con
Unties his Injuntlon record In his cx
ccutivo capacity, na ho undoubtedly
will, there will be souio Interesting
developments during his ndmlulstra
Hon nnd till tho bullet wounds will bt
In tho bodies of the horny-hnud sons
Tuft's Injunction record Is inltself
Btifflclent.ovorwhelmliigly so.to make
ovory working man In tho United
States cast his vote for Socialism and
You mon who ltnvo voted tho repub
Itnndlo the cars or that company. TnM, "cau ticket all your lire you me
nnd Hicks oro tho two redcral Judg. w,1 llttvo voted tho democratic tlckot
es In that district. Ashley.tho pres- " 'or llfe.I want to ask you If you
iilcnt of tho company, at onto ap- satisfied with tho conditions today,
pealed to theao Judges for an order Your pnrtles havo been In powor for
restrnlnlitg tho two brotherhoods from U half century. They havo had an op
portunlty to show what they could
,m. ,.l at ,,lV nhfi.-u a n...... '! Ct.rS
and aro strenuous lit their appeals , A special engine and car was placet lo for civilization and humanity. They
to retail liquor dealers to elevate 7 "m"vy "l 1,10 "l"ni r mo "e uuen given a tree rem nnu niav
II... I..I... .if II, I,.,...u ,.,ul r..f,.rn. Lu,,r, w'"c WflH lit UllCltlllllll, I'"rU Willi WHICH 10 nCCOltipilSIl till
their I.iih1h"hm im.t IuhIm h. tin. In wlro Tart llvedjlho rond was clearet they desired. Taking It ror granted
or iirreslltii' the relentless ami ex- 1 1,10 l""rl was ""'etl inrougii iney nnvo uono nil iney cotuti, 101 mo
pamllug crusa.le. Tho retailor-! nro 10 " 1,118 HI,0C'm, 1,10 "nu- nsK you if tins - all" Is tho result to
imi tttmn t. i-fitiK,. vloliillii.- tl... "m,,"-,B ",u -''iy. iiuro 1110 uo uestreu-is 11 sniisiaciory-is 11
laws, to slot, selllni! ll.mor to minors ""'l0 wnH lot,up"' co.np.eio.
nn,! I., t.w.n nimiHiv Imi,,vI,.i.i ,,, 1 1 " '"ai 01 "is one-car jutiiciai irawn in 1110 lino old town orNew
to chasten their establishments Into HK'cl"' 1,10 eolirt L'Ui 11 euiinultntlon York tho exclusive hotels nro magnlri
nliices of Urn hesi iiohmIIiI.. resneet. w',m Ashley, the president, and Inline cent palaces, luxuriously rurnlshed to
nblllty. They nro warned that the ll,"u1" t'1" Judicial lightning was let please the most fastidious woman of
reform of their business may bo loo "' 1,11,1 1,10 urulherltood or Klremeii the wealthiest circles. I might delv
lute, but that In uml through It lies 1,10 l,r,lllll,rll,,,,d or Knglucers Into the Aiiglo-Stixou tongue, nnd
tho only hopo or stemming the tide w,'r paralyzed. Not only this, but the bring forth Its rich descriptions with
or prohibitive Inundation that, at this elilef efflcers, Including Arther and out adequate portrayal of tho actual
moment, seems to foreshadow event- "urgent, were nrrested fur contempt uud scenic comport of these place
usl exterinlnntlon. of court uml only by the most abject They aro Intended to bo occupied by
The movement Is without parallel apologies did they manage to keep the rich, who may havo what oior
or precedent, In Ainerlcnn life, mid out or Jail. James U'linon, nn eiigln- they wnnt, no matter tho cost, ami
111 its coniomplntion, I lie observer eer and member or the brotherltoi.d, "et, none nro so grand, so beautirul
can look Into the nuuro uml seem did not faro so well. True to tho so costly, but that tho most common
to see there similar moineiitoiis tnovo- order of tho llrotherhood. ho refused place. stump Ullcd yellow doir mnv
meiits In which the country miiy pass to haul cms of tho Ann Arbor rond havo Its private room, extravagantly
immiKii Mil-mi unit economic uml rntlior than v olute !lx f.l.llL'fitlm. f II shed and fnrnlHl,,.,! uln. nvnr.11.1.,.
changes equally roinnrkable. May It 0 t,0 llrotherhood. h. rnHlL-..,i i.iu that a dim coul.l .t..Mlr..- tl. ..,u
not bo that, lr the American trust h,,,,. Kor ,,,, ho wnH arrc)tot, ,, costly viands are furnished, ns Is nlsc
w.rnr ui 1 ii,0 (.,llrK0 ,)f rontempt. hauled lie. tho most boniillfull trained French
" foro tho court, rined fifty dollars and mil,,l tlint high salaries and higher
sent to jail for three months. Thcso may Induce to euro for tho dog
nro tho essential facts In tho case All over this land todny bnblea nro
winch brough Jutlgo Tnft to tho nt-1 IyliiK In gasfuiucd, dark, vormlned
tention of the Ainerlcnn neonlo nnd ciibbyholes called rooms In tbo slums
gnvo mm nin national reputation. r" want or puro nlr and nuro milk
Hut this case gave Tart something Other older babies aro wnnderlng the
moro than a mero reputntlon as mi "truelg by tiny, picking senntv food
Injunction Jinko. It brought his unmo fr0l Krbnge barrels nnd sleeping
10 1110 front as a Judgo arter the under boxed homeless, orphnud, de
persists In Its headlong
greed, arrogance and cunning,
aroused people, In such a movement,
may sweep It out or tho nation 7
Number 7 of Kvcrybody's maga
vil lie reached us Saturday. It Is, as
usual, full or Interesting mutter about
ICukoiio, tho whole work or tho maga
.Ino being to advertise Kuge.ie. It " ' ' " ,,"t" HW" ,,.0,,rt' AH the cnpl. ; Other older babies nro wear-
has 10 pages tr reading matter ' "iiiaiiueu mm lustily ""r young hvob out In doadly
bwtullfully ,ll.isttated with half tones rn,m ,I,,H f"rward his pollt- "went shops, nnd factories, ami mills,
printed tin fine book paper nnd bourn ' , , ,u " 'art Had estah '"-
with a sulistantlitl cover. On the . """8" o capitalist con- "'ru inousantis of penniless
thlnl pug Is a half pago cut which r" , ,in,,l rr very jlch dog. it U not
shows tlie principal reatuiv oM ,nt' tI'aiit nie 0f jUd. uogs rniiu. nod knows ho has
Uiikoiio'b nhemimlnal success In seci.r- 11 l'rofotlitro ami tho capitalist as much right to llvo and en
lux new residents, which nro ciitiilim vlow polnt of n labor strike. J' tho blessings of naturo ns any
In rsster than they enn build houses ,u nm" 0I o bench ever more "'" vcr llvod. Hut has the
ror them. It Is a picture or their j f"lltel- won his way Into tho con- ,loK n greater right than tho baby 7
Commercial club building and about l" rupUMIst class than 18 to baby to bo compolled to sloop
two or thrw hiindreil people they are ,ll,IJml Tl,ft u' bis Injunction 10. mi old dry sowor that tho dog
enterlnlnlng from surrounding towns. '""' " reor case mid In nave a iTencli tuirso at tho ho-
The commercial club, comprised of 1,10 KrownK out of the I'lilinnn m' ' "o baby to bo compelled to
represontntlvo men of Kugeno Itmt I "trllto. toll n dozen weary hours every day
year spent 1 10,000 In advertising "'"". ' president or tlie Amerl- ' sweat-shop, that Us employ
Ktigemt. The year has Just ended. ra railway union sent trusted rem lr'8 log mny rldo the strentH nf v.
The result hss been so much moro '',iitathe8 to take charge at all York In automobiles, or travel to tho
rnvorablo to liugeno than they ex- ,btu huprottint railroad centers.Frniik Ooldeii Onto In a apodal palaco carT
nected that this your thev have do- W' ''t'olan was put In charge at CI11. Mv r.m n. i,.. . .........
.. . ,.'..,.. ..... rlniiMll l,.,r.. -n..,.- -.. v uuf
emeu 10 si'enu f iii.eeo ir mm pur- ....... unuiiieii mu imve you a iiogy and daro you look
pose, Now, don't get mad ami say bench nnd also had his home. This either In the toco nnd say that by
wo are boosting Kugene, us you did "vo Tnft the supreme oppurtiinlty our vote you havo holno.j tn i.t,
atiotit Hood Htver. wo aro not inter- ruuiui out ami complete his repit- neso conditions, nnd that you pro
ested In Hugenti any moro than wo tatlon In the great strike which then Voao to vote again to perpotuato
nro 111 noon liner; wnai wo nave uiuiieieii ine .uieutlou of rho wholo
toni or mo pushing, nggressive, no- onu. wnero win you tnko your stnnd
veloplng methoils of these euterprls- Tnft at onco Issued his strike- ,n'8 ta1 Will you voto again for tho
lug cities wiiti said In the hope that breaking Injunctions restraining I'he- rlcn l,K nnd tho starving baby, or
our live uusiuevs men migut rum 11 nn,, from oxerdsin,; bis lawful f tine. Wl" '0H ' moso nnd tnko your
In their hearts to go and do likewise. Hons 8 iomer of tbo strike, then 8,nna for mmaulty and civilization?
I Ills club got after the S. 1'. for u ,ad him nrrested, nnd sentenced him
It U resolved by the city of St. Johns:
That It deems it expedient nnd neces
sary to improve Richmond street, Irom
the car line ot Portland K. H. Co. to the
Richmond street Dock, in tlie city
of St. Johns, in the following nmtiiicr,
lly sldcwnlklng same on both sides in
the following mntiner, to wit: A 6 foot
cement sidewalk, 13 foot curb, 011 both
shies of snid street from the west line of
Jersey street to the casljiue of llrndford
street, in said city; wooden Hidcwnlk on
both sides of snid Richmond street, from
the west Hue of llrndford street to said
dock, said wooden walk to be not less
than 6 feet wide nnd 12 foot curb; ami by
necessary crosswalks from one cud of
said Improvement to the other. All of
said work to be clone under the direction
of the city engineer and according to the
ordinances relative thereto and accord
lug to the plans nnd specifications of the
city engineer tin Tile in the office of the
city recorder relative thereto, which said
phuis.and specifications nnd estimates nro
satisfactory and are hereby approved.
Said Improvements to be made in ac
cordance with the chnrler nml ordinances
of the city of St, Johns, and under the
supervision nnd direction of the city en
gineer. That the cost of snid improvement to
be assessed as provided by the city char
ter uion the properly especially and par
ticularly benfltted thereby and which
Is hereby declared to be all the lot.,tarts
of lots, blocks and parcels of hum be
tween uic icnnini 01 sucn improvement
alnutlng tion( niljncent or proximate
to said Richmond street, from the margi
nal Hues of said street back to the center
of the block or blocks or tracts of Inud
nbtittiiur thereon or proximate thereto.
That nil the property Included in snlil
improvement district niorcsnni is iiercii)
declared to be "Local Impioveuictit I)'
trlct No. 1.1."
That the city englnctr's nscssiticiit ol
tlie proli.iiile lotul cost ot saw imptnvc
incut of said Richmond street is (,
That the cost of Improving said Rich
mond street to lie assessed iignlnst tlie
property in saiil local district as provid
ed by the city charter ol the city of St.
Adopted lite Cth day of October,
A. M. I'sviu,
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Successor! to Petersen & Nocc
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Published In the St Johns Review Oct.
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Day and Nlpht Office In McChosiioy Illock
st. joiivs, - oriiooN
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lhMnn and Surccen.
Oilicc in Ilolhroolt'ii Illock.
Residence, a Ij Haves street,
l'lionc Scott ())$.
OSCAR DoVAUL, M. D
()(Hc limits, tl to 11 n, 111 , 1 to J t. in, j
Older riionc, Wo.llnii I. 1
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OfT.cc In l'or I. in 011 III IlilcW. 1
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Transfer and Storage
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A. tt. Itavls, C. I.. Johnson. H. I.. Dolde
Cuiincltmrn l'lrt Want:
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Ciiiiiiclliticii Kmniil Waul.
II.C. Iluntrr II. W. Ilonliam
MmN nml l.H-k-V. V. Wln.lle, I'. J,
Mllkr. C. I.. Johnson
Uctnc II. W. ponlmm. II. C, Hunter,
W. W. tt Imlle
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IMs 1. II, tt. Iionluini
t'liisncr-A. tt. IMsls. II. C. Hunter, H.
lliill.llniis sml (iruiimtsll, C. Iluntrr. I'.
J. Mlllrr, C. I.. JolitiMMi
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Iloiilnin, tt'. tt', ttimllc
t.l.lor l.tcriisc-l'. J. MIIUr.A. tt'.IMvU,
H. I., Dohle
city dock 1111
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RlclmiomV6. ,h,r,,,,,0"! Amw . Methmiliit church I'. L, YouK. ,.-
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Puiicral Director nnd Rnibalmcr ! J'0, yCroCatliollcc1iurcli, l'ortsuioutli
r n,K- Auttinni hutloii; h:i5 ii. in., low lliaslllj 10U5 n.ui.,
.,,' ... n hlKhma.i7:joi1.ni.,vesiK'r and bene!
llrnucli oflice at I'ulvcrsity 1'ark Druu .-itnn.
Store, jihoiie Woodl.iwii 1S71. 1 ChrMian church-Meets every Sunday
.Main olTice, roitland, Orej-oiii l1ione liiTuUrnacle a follow: Sunday school
hcllwood 71. 1 nt ion. 111,; lircichliiir nt 11 a. 111. and 8
ij; LAURIiL LODGE lt.j.jiinwn..tor.
vfeJ No Rft 1 (l f) H St. Andrew' IiIhoiw1 Chapel. I'nN
m' lat U U 'vcr.ity I'ark-Rev. Win. R. Powell,
ST. Joti.NS. OKIKION chaplain. RcKular kcrvlcc 7yo p. 111.
Meets each Monday eveulm: In Odd Sunday school nl t p. m nible class 7 n.
I'ellowk hull, at 8:00, VUitor welcomed, in. i l.ciiton rervlccs every I'rlday at 10
w. r. i.iitt-s, it, , 11. in.
I!. II. llolcotnb, Secretary.
Holmes I.odjre No. 101
KMtlltrS OP I'VIIIIAS.
Meet everv I'riduy niuht
at 7:30 o'clock at I.O.O.l'.
hull. isitor ulway wel
come. J. II. lllnck. C. C.
K. II. Ilolcomb, K, R.S.
I'.vuui;ellcal church Sunday school at
10 a, 111. I'reuchlti,' 1 1 a. 111. Junior K.
U. C. It. 3:30 p. m,; Senior K, I C. 1. 7
j. 111, l'reacliiii; at 8 p. in. Clietcr 1'.
l'lrl ConervLMtlniutl Cliurch-O. V.
Xc'tou, VMloT. Suiiduy tchool 10 a.
111.. jirvacliiu 1 1 a, m. mil 7:45 p
Y. l. S. C. H. mecllnj; at 7 p. m, Pr
- MieetlllLr Tlllir&ilm n t tti or.
Doric LotlKC No. 132 and welcome to U '
l;. mill A. M. I lUptUt Church, University 1'ark, Rtv.
Regular communica-1 A. II. Wulu, iwstor, Kennlar M-rvices
tiuit 011 firiit and third every Suiiduy morulnn uml evening.
Wediii.lay of coclii German llutititt church Service held
S. Chas. DavU,
inoiith in Odd I'.'llow' each Sunday at ltaptist church a.follows:
hall. VUitors welcome. Sunday school j p. m preaching at p.
Joseph McCheJiiey. m. Kcv. Fultmeat, pastor.
'iri 1 I
I have no particular ticket for yoar
depot with tlie remilt that thoy now ,0 m for B,x nu)llUl8i bri.aklllK tho vote. I believe that olther the dem-
.....u ...... ... ...u hhii ! "' Mtrlke In that locality and denrlvIiiK repuuiicniis win win, of
OreKon and BiirroundliiKB that cor- luilulrtH,a of lht. BtrlkirH lf ,..p ..I course; but you can nt Ionat nlaco
rosponu wiiti 11.0 iiroBreivo com- T..,a ,..,... , wna ,,on,v.
...... ... - ,.,. -- "" ' -vv...,
UUIOIOIU to lie tiMillul.l., r,. v inuiiiij , u , ,, i,.,... f , . . B,..,.lru ., .
bno warrure, nut tl.U ttlll lu lime ' , " JL , , , "ll orsonlud workers and IndlBiinnt
b,, overcomo. Tho a.r.h.p within ZLirZ fo - far II... was pes
a few yonrtj be ko Improved that they "slide. It wna In thla cibo that Tnft
ttlll l, blu to carry a down or more miimifiu.,uri,, Ul0 mw.,mnt, ,ho
men win ,1110 wmmwy euuiiuueni j ,MI,1MI,ooUr. lf wo wullt mt 0. . &
mill uii.mll.it. I. imikii 11 u.i... ..1 r.,'
-v rvn 1 v ,i,,lmt In SI .Inlinu u-n iniiut ...
your vote somewhere that will bo a
protest iiKalii8t the Iniquitous prnc
tlces of modern socloty and modorn
Will you make tho protestt
above 10 Hilton tin hour nnd bo able
to remain lu tho nlr for duyti nt a
time. Hut the question of "What
will tho other fellow be dolnc" con
fronts us just the wimo lu aerial war
faro as In nuy other kind of 11 con
flict. Our forts will bo chunked to meet
tho now point ot attack. New- nuna
ttlll bo Invented to throw projectiles
against the worships of the air with
as much accuracy ami effect us
iiKnlu&t tho modern uiival members.
Tho airships themselves will be equip- j
ped with bpucial weapons for offense
uml tho "other fellow" will havo Ills
armed nnd ale it scouts whose duty
will be to sea thut tho enemy's war
onglo Is put out of commission. No,
wo do not look for tiny relief from
Pointers for our Patrons.
I.. .... . . ,..
uiuilfilll ins IIUKO IISl UOWI1 Willi III
whack as ho sat on the bench and
declared that tho railroad trains
would run If It required tho whole
United States army to operate them.
This capped tho climax and from
that day to this no Judge has been
quite so near the plutocrats as Taft.
llo occupied tho seat of srace. Ills
OKI tuners for sale at this oflice
Our rule is the h.-,l stool.- nn,l futuro wl,a 80CUr- Tho rest Is pretty
liet work for our natrons. wo kw. Ho promoted from one
.,,., . . Place to an other, until now he Is the
cilo not allow nuy (muter to camauto for ,)rc8h,et nmi the
r . " ' characteristic appro-
1 elation of his Injunction rocord, are
I lie tlillcronce liclwceu joor Riving htm their unqualified support.
siock ui 11 1 rsi ciiiss siock on a 100 . ., , , ,,,.,
: ;, 1 -;, Tho Injunction record of William
11 11 ,-iinuii utiu ss 111 11 sun vuuniuei I , , ... .... I
the value of the job. It is tl.c laf '8 n f," t'ludo to w-hnt his .
price of u satisfied customer. It is ocutlvo mori1 wlu ho lt working. ;
better to make 50 cents less on a mou mna 1,1 tUo presidential,
job anil liave a customer wlto will c,m,r- 'r-,ro Is not tho slightest
comeback, than to use the flimsy doubt ns to what ho will do with the.
stock, make the extra .so cents nml regular army when tho forces oflabor To exchauue Hood River laud
war in 1110 tiuvoni or 1110 warsnip of lose your customer. t nut is tlie and capital aro tu oattio array. Tno for St. Johns property. Inquire at
mo BKies. uiero win uo war nnu way we uure u, jcapitiuist class will Do supported and tins ottice. 34tf
Vl'UMC STIiNor.lt.M'llliK X
ami Copyist. f
Leave order or call at City Hall, 2
INTIIKCIKCl'ITCOl'RTOI' Till? STATU Ol'
iiki'.i.ii.-m, i imtui I V III' ll l,TM)M.l.
Mary H. rW-ott, plalutlfl I
Atiali Srott, llclrmlunt '
To Alvah Scolt the nliovc iiamnl ilrd-iiilaiil.
Ill the name ol tlie tute ol Oregon ou arc
nr.ruy ir.uuru iu u.irai nun mmwi-r lliecoiu
plaint hli.l acaliut jmi In the alwve cntitle.l
ivuii mu! iuii Hiinm n urns irom tnc itate ol
ol the firt nublicalion ol Ihi kuiuiuuu. la uli-
t-'rlJay. the ami day ol IKtotwr, iud, ami it ou
an iu to a(ca r or aimurr orollicrwuc jilrad In
111c diii uu. 111c iaiiiiin win aptnvio inc aioe
eulillrd court (or the uliel erased lor In nlalu-
tiiracomiilaliit fikd in the alxnc nameil ult. tu
i-or a circrcc uitwit hie ine iuiuii ol matri
mony now and herclolore otitint; iMuceii the
inaiuiin aim jourwu, aim uuxiiuuiy iiivoteiuu
lilallltltf Irom ou and for the mtt- ntnl ,-nikln.lv
ol the minor child ol olattitltf and ourkelf.ini
Mil. I.lod iH-ott,andloru.'liothcraiidlurtlierSee us for the Choicest Cuts'of the Rest
i,mi.iuuniv.iiiii.i pivm .iuuiuir . . , , ,,
Till .ununoin it lulillhnl nuriimnl to an nr. I .llealS Ulltaillaule.
urrol the lion, c t' l.autcuUrln, Juiluc ol the
ahoc liainetl court made in oikii court in tliU
cause on the loth dav of Sentemtier. 100S. uhich
iiilh'c V8ftS&1&li!Sl 0rik,rs I,illei1 FauiiI- T'ic solicited
ixriiHi 01 1101 ic nun tlx coiiK-cutlvc week
The tint imblicatlon ol this umiuont ai oil the
inn iuv 01 IK-Iobrr. ijas anil the tail iiulill.-allon
i.ie.eui win iic ou 111c rin nay oi oeiuoer
' German Lutheran Services nt iou
AAAAAAAAAA n ,n' cvcr' Sunday morning at corner of
Mrs. Florence Rucker
II K COI.I.IHK.
Atlotney lor I'lalntUf.
Anyoni ndlng tktlrh and dctrrtptlon may
quleklr aaeanain our opinion frto whMhtr aa
lurautloo la probatlf ivtienublA. (Vniiuuulc
liana trlcllreonadaiiltal. HANOSOOX oal'attnu
Mnt fraa. llUeal aaiiey for tecurniir t-uama.
1-atanU tatan thruuali ilunu A Cu. rclT
qeUl futk, without chant a, la tbo
A handtomalr lllottratad WMklr, lJirt cir
culation ol in 7 Bciantlao Journal. Terma. a m
taart rourmwlhi.il. ikadhrall naaadealara.
As is customary, we will charce
for card of thanks, 50c: for resoln
tions of respect, Si. 00; for notices
of church or lodge entertainments,
suppers, sociables, etc., where there
are charges for admission, 5c per
line, tut where there are no charges
for these events, we will break the
rule and insert them free. We
make this announcement so thut
our good friends may understand
our rule in this respect. j
The ladles of tho M. B. church will
hold a bazar tbo first Wednesday In
Peninsula avenue uud Kiliutrick street.
i University 1'ark. All German of St.
'Johns cordially Invited to attend. C.
; Iliicchler, pator.
, Christian Science Society meetings
held at Chicueo Roomiiu. linns.- Kim.
days and Weduendiiys at 8 p. m.
TIME TABLE 0. R. & n7
Union Depot, rortland.
No, 3 Chicago Special leaves 8:30 a. 111,
No. 4 Spokane 1'lyer leaves at 7:00 p. in.
No. 6 Kansas City Hxp. leaves 7:40 p. m.
No, 8 Local Passenger leaves 8:00 a. m.
No. 1 Chicago Special arrives 8:j p. m.
No, 3 Spokane 1'lyer arrives at 8:00 a. m.
No. 5 Kansas City Hxp. arrives 9,45 a. ui.
.so. 7 i,ocai I'assenger arrives 5:45 p, m.
St. Johns Ferry Time Card.
Leave Hast Side (A, M.) 6:30, 7:10,
S:co, 9:00, io:oo, 1 1:00, 13:00 M. P. M,
1:00, 3:00, 3xx), 4:00, 4:50, 5:30, 6:20.
Leave West Side (A. M.l 6:o. 7:tc.
8:30, 9:30. 10:30, 11:30. P. M. 13:30,
1:30, 3:30. 3:30, 4:30, 5:10, 0:00, 6:30.
Mail arrives at St. lohus at ?:io a. m.
ami 1:15 p. 111.
Leaves ai 10:30 a. ni., ami 4:45 p. tn.
Office open week days from 6lii . m.
to 6:10 p.m. Sundays from 9 to 10 a. ui
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS.
In order to insure a change of ad
vertisement the copy for such change
should reach this office not later than
Wednesday, at 3 o'clock p. m. Please
'emember this and save the printer
FOR RENT carda at thla office.