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. .' , MORNING ENTERPRISE TUESDAY. 00111 ' !,
OREGON CITY, OREGON
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t. ft. BROOIE, Edltee and PuMleher
e-aisas aaattar Ja-
City Orsepsm. aaSaf th As4
TOtMS If JL'ISCtlPTION.
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Hi Months, br
tow Mnath. br
"aa wsk. br ctiTlw
rus pea pr nee nrwt iaarto.....Ue
rim Pass. Inch ii i.i.rti
Vafarrad poaitwe aay saea. ae kaaa
im mantiun - it
twi Hpw thr taaa first sace, see iMk
first IM ffcja
us easat athar .hi
cac-als ISe er It
tmn tc Ha.
te nolw eavar-
Weats. Far Sale. Te Rant. Mr, aae
seal e ware first Seetiea: eaa-aotf eaat
flataa for 6rTtmn I
Kaiarrrlaa will ba lb
tally, for adTTtlxi te
Far Hi araakly. Where the aavanieaasan t
fei traaafrrr-d front th( Salty la thai waaS
V. without ewaasa. the rata will W ee
aa trie far toa af the sapsr. aad 1M aa
.wk foe snanlal posltlaav
Caah should aceoWieaay arSsr ahu
tarty Is uakaawi la bnalaaas efltae af
Lacs' adrartialne al laesj a4"arttatae
flreua eevartlstaaT end aoaeial traaataat !
MtsrtlalBc at Ae to (Oo aa fenoh, award -aac
te apaclal eondltloaa soiraralnaj the
-Mra Sate" sad Bankrupt Bala" ad Tar-
toaaaaata Ke Inch first tnaartloai: addl-
aaeal taaartloM aais atattar Me twah.
-Saws Mans aad wall wntta artkaae
af eaartt, with iatarsat to tonaA raadara,
will be sladly accapual.
si Is IB aarar rettiraad ualaaw aaruaii(aa
We by iuasi
CITY OrTICIAL NCWPAPCfL
ftftttfftt.uji he will -run for United States
1 TUC HORNINQ ENTERPRISE t 8nt0r n Ver-
t XXTStSSSi'SSL I South Carolina should avo.a
Huntley Bros. Drug
, J. W. McAnulty Cigars
8eventh and Main. e
d gecrear Confectionery
4 Main near Sixth.
M. E. Dunn' Confectionery '
Next door to P. O.
City Drug Store
' d 1 gchoeoborn Confectionery
Seventh and X Q. Adams. e
Oct. 17 h American History.
' irn Snrrender of General Burgoyne'a
army (British) to General Horatio
Gates (Colonial) at Saratoga.
1897 Charles A. Dana, editor of the
New York Sun. died; born 1819.
1888 United State troop took formal
possession of Porto Blco.
1910 Julia Ward Howe, author of
"The Battle Hymn of the Republic."
died: bora lf19. William Vangbn
Moody, poet and playwright, died;
(From aoon today to noon tomorrow.)
' Boa sets 6:13 p. ul. rise 8:11: mooa
Mae 2:07 a. bl; S p. m planet Mars
stationary; 2 a. m.. planK Neptnn
at quadrature with the sun. 90 de
gree west thereof.
THERE'S A LONG DAY COMING.
There's a long day coming. In fact
the longest the world has ever known.
To bemore concise It I to be a
day that will last forever. If there can
be such a thing as time turned Into
Professor Bauer of the Carnegie In
stitute, Washington, says the revolu
tion of the earn about it axis is get
ting slower and slower, and one or
these line days, when we are least
expecting It and Instead of thinking
about the mutations of time are fret
ting about a coal or Ice bill or some
other more vitally important subject,
it will stop motion altogether. Then
half of the earth will be turned
toward the sun all the time and the
other halt turned toward dark, cold
The cause of this slowing up on
the part of the earth the professor
By WILLIAM BARNES. Jr.. Chairman of New Yorfr State
ONE of the GREATEST DIFFICULTIES a political mart
nger encounters who dr-nire for the GOOD of bis STATE
and COUNTKY that. the cardinal principles of our form
of government should be maintained inviolate ia the INDIF
, FEREXCE and INDOLENCE of the very citizens upon whom the
J3UKDEN of the maintenance of this government REALLY rests.
Tbeir inattention, due in a great degree to what they believe is their
'feeblenese politically, only serves to INCREASE this feebleness and
makes men in public life and politicians fearful of tbe MODTII
INGS of the CHARLATAN, whereas they bonld be afraid of tbe
DEEP, CALM and SOBER THOUGHT of tho INDUSTRIOU8
and EARNEST MEN of the country." .
' ' " " '' ' '
A POLITICIAN IS PROVERBIALLY A COWARD, AND THE ONLY
WAY IN WHICH THIS NATION CAN BC RELIEVED FROM THE
DANGERS WHICH CONFRONT IT IB TO MAKE THE POLITICIAN
AFRAID OF INTELLIGENCE AND NOT AFRAID OF IGNORANCE.
THE POLITICIAN WILL ALWAYS BE WITH USs HE CANNOT BE
ELIMINATED, THEREFORE HE SHOULD PS MADE FEARFUL IN
HE RIGHT WAY .- :
,B Wn,tk of lh AK "4 n,bt
, so that It lb retardation should keep
' up aa it haa been for the past ten
j years In 3.330 years there would be
... k - ,.ria.t.
ing aay not enougn to men eveo ine
rocks, while oiy the othr aide there
I would be darkness and cold equally
. But according to the proteeeor we
will not have to wait three thousand
! yeers for evidence of the approach ol
that long day. The day will gradually
lengthen to SO hours, then 30 days and
Anally a year, and then the earth will
... . , .
come to a UndatlU and the long da;
The professor, or course, kuowe
more about these things than we com
monplace laymen, and-we shall have
to abide by his conclusions. But at
the same time we will keep plodding
along in the same old way and take
our chance of that ' long day of ex
tremes catching us.
Up In Alaska a woman was par
doned from jail so that she could get
In her fuel (or the winter. Chivalry
occasionally asserts Itself In this pro-
Jall sentence would be much more
consistent punishment than fines In
the case 01 food adulterators,
-The Ring OT Italy - wants to te a
r..ur Tlniaa hava ohanaaxt alnra
, Gorernor Cole Blease. of South Car
olina, threatened with Impeachment,
falling asleep at the switch. ,
Mr. Bryan says audiences do not
vote aa they cheer. If any one i
competent to speak on this subject
that Individual Is Mr. Bryan So take
It from him.
Philadelphia la having a spasm of
reform. There is no danger of It be
coming chronJe. - r
Reform by the Indictment route la
the order of the day In Atlantic CTty.
There are abundant Indication that
It will be successful. '
Senator Stephenson,' of Wisconsin,
sent out 60,000 letters one dsy during
A would-be Joker yelled "Bre" while
Colonel Roosevelt was making a
speech at Oyster Bay. What the Col
onel thought has been left unsaid.
LIVE WI RELETS'
(BY, EDGAR BATES.)
The minister are still . worrying
over the fact that so few men attend
church Sunday mornings. They say
that if It were cot for the big attrac
tive Sunday morning paper more men
would go to church, but aa it la they
stay at borne to read the paper. The
newspapers come back at the "breth
ren of tbe cloth" with the assertion
that If it were not for these Interest
ing Sunday paper some men would
not get out of bed till dinner time,
In spite of the effort of tbe Bank
ers' Association and other strong or
ganizations to Induce President Taft
to declare Uie third Thursday of No
vember Thanksgiving Day ' this year
as the last Thursday falls on the last
day of the month, the President says
that in accordance with custom the
last Thursday in the month will be
"turkey dsy" even If It does incon
venience the banks.
A great number . of men high lb
business circles declare that young
men who are college bred do not as
a rule make the best kind of successes
themselves as business men, yet we
notice that these same business men
alwsys send their own sons to the big
? and Deep
&J j Voters
Roy Young, who haa returned from
an extensive trip throughout the East,
has been quoted a saying that the
Eaat la all right but there la bo place
like the Weet for the "young" men.
People like to tell us about the
famous men of the nation who started;
aa poor boys. W have some of them
right in Oregon City. We can name
one man who started here In business
a few year ago with a capital of five
hundred dollars and who at the pres
ent time owns one of the largest
stores in the city, employing over
ten clerks. Then there is a well
known lawyer who makes no secret
of the fact that a few years ago he
was working In the mill acroaa the
river for $1.75 a day. By studying law
in his spare hours he has by his own
effort made himself one of the useful
cltisens of Oregon City, as well aa a
name all over the stale as a cspable
lawyer. There are still opportunities
to make good for all those who are
willing to dorw hard.
Those thirteen sailors who were
rescued last week did not In tbe least
object to being rescued on a Friday
even if It was the thirteenth.
a a a
That Portland doctor" will have a
few days to teailxe the difference be
tween pounding rocks for stewed
prunes three times a day and pound
ing out prescriptions for dope fiends
for three dollars per dope.
Wants, For Sale, Etc
Na4kaa aadsr thaaa ctaaalftad haadaa
ami ba Ian ii I at aaa eaat a ward, fv-at
laaartioe. half a saal addllKaal I
llnaa ua laeh card. II ear mualh.
tarh sard. It nnaaj t ear moath.
Caah must araoaieaay ardar unh-ai
haa aa aew aseaunl with lbs paier.
rtaaaoial rsapoaalbiuty for arrvrs; '
arrors accur fraa curiae tad antics w
prtntad tar petroa. Mlaimui
WANTED Tourist and local people
to see my collci'iOti of arrow-heail
coins, Indlaa tn'nkaU, t:d iUibjj
and curios of i.' sorts Will bu
"onetr lir thrjTTu:Mvcraine good
bargains In sefondhand furniture
and'Tools. Georjo Young, Malii t-.,
near Fifth. ".
WANTED A solicitor. The
man who make good on this
should earn $30 to $30 weekly.
This Is no snsp, but a red- .
olooded man can make good.
Call before 11a. m., Friday or
Saturday, Circulation Manag
er, Oregon City Enterprise.
ROOM and breakfast wanted In pri
vate family on hill, close la. Apply
T .care Enterprise.
FOR SALE Desirable property.
. cheap, within one block of High
School, Improved street and sew-
' age. 8-room house and two lots.
$1,300; 6-room bouse and two lots,
$1,700; terms. E. H. Cooper A Co.,
Oregon City, Bank building.
FOR SALE House, two lots on cor
ner, house recently built, 2 rooms,
brick flue, other Improvements, An
view. Near Winkle's store, oppo
site Oregon City. Price $460. Har
vey Buck, Oregon City
FOR 8ALE No. 2 Faultiest Stump
puller; two hundred feet of cable.
Payment, cash or part work. Apply
8amuel O. Bailey, Oregon City,
Rout 3. Box 171.
FOR 8ALE One mare and two-seated
surrey; one Jersey bull. Inquire
George Morse, Jennings Lodge.
FOR RENT OR FOR SALE 48 acre
farm 2 miles northeast of Oregon
City; sale price $6,500; rent, price
$100 year. Inquire Mr. Ulile
Anne, 1414 Center street. -
LODGINO HOUSE to rent. Furniture
for sale. Inquire 213 Fourth street,
Lawyer, Oregon City, Or.
O. D. EBT, Attorney-t-Law. Money
loan ad. abstracts furnished. In ad
- rtftoe examined, eatatte settled, ge
era! law burn nee Over Beak
Or ago City.
(J'RXN A SCHITEBKU Attorneyemt
Law, Deutscber Advokat, will pren
tice la all eoiirta, make collections
prise Bldg, OresoB Cite, Oregon.
BUILDER AND CO-T ACTOR.
HARRT JONE8 Biif1derand 0 en erst
Contractor. Estimates ebeerfnll'
given on all claaaee of bulldtns
work, concrete walks ane reinforced
eoocrete. Ka. Phone Mai 11
! H. ''OOPRJl, Fr Fire Inunraner
sir Real Fstate. Xjnf ns handl
rrmt properties we hue. aell and
evrhange. Office In Enterprise
"Me.. Oraeofi Pltv. Oreerm.
DR. LENA R. HODOES. Osteopath, of
PortUnd, will be In Oregon City
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
of each week, at corner of Sixth and
Washington streets, phone Main
CLEANING AND PRESSING?
CHICAGO TAILORS suits made to
order from $10 snd up. We also do
cleaning, pressing and repairing.
Three doors south of postoffce.
MRS. A. MOWERT, manufacturer of
switches and puffs and curl from
combings and balr work guaranteed.
Prices reasonable. Orders taken at
residence from 2 to 6 p. m. Corner
Fourth and Monroe streets, Oregon
An Old Royal Tragedy.
Slglsmnnd of Uermsny. ;wltn his
wife ami cblld. was la 624 drowned In
a well because of bis cruelty In mur
dering bis son. Siegerlcb. for mocking
tbe awkward wslk of tbe queen, his
Postmaster General Enjoys Ride
In Aeroplane That Carries Mail
Photos by A marl can prase Association
CARRYING tbe maU In an aeroplane la pot only practicable, but It la es
Joyable. according to Postmaster General Hitchcock. He ought t
know, because be baa tried It. la tbe recent aviation meat at Hemp
stead, about twenty miles seat of New York city, out on Long Island,
mall waa rarrled al regular aud frequent Intervals from tbe svlstloa Held to
Mlneola to be placed on tbe train. All letters snd poatcsrds mailed-sad
nearly every visitor mailed from one to a doaen bore a spra-lal postmark
showing that It bad made a flight through tbe air. In tbe lower picture Mr.
Hitchcock la abowa banding the Oral mall pouch ever carried through tbe air
In tbe United State to Earle U Ovlngton. In tbe upper picture Mr. Hitch
cock Is shown seated la a biplane beside Captain Paul W. Beck of tbe United
State army, to this machine Mr. Hitchcock flew over to Mlneola, several
mile away, dropped tbe mall bag and then returned to the aviation field.
He bad previously made a flight In a monoplane, but said be much preferred
tbe biplane, aa It gave him a better view of the country over which he was
flying. He said be enjoyed every one of the twenty minute be wss In (be air
SUdAR INTERESTS -FORCED
TO GIVE IN
The weakneaa In the sugar trade,
which resulted in the decline of twenty-five
cent a hundred pounds along
the Pacific Coast Is said to be the re
sult of a much decreased consumptive
Refiner are said to have plenty of
high priced sugar to offer at this
time, although np to a short time ago
they were far behind with their ord
ers. Tbe weakness Is said to be an at
tempt on the part of tbe Pacific Coast
Interests to force retailers to stock
up heavily with sugsr; thus allowing
refiners to get from under while tbe
merchant carries the load.
With beet sugar being offered In the
world's markets, It was but natural
that weakness and declining prices
should be reflected In the situation,
despite the efforts of refiners to hold
Latest advices give the He to re
cent rumors that a large, part of tbe
Cuban sugar crop was ruined, which
would have reaujted In a further stiff
ening of quotations.
' Tbe market Is weaker everywhere.
Some of the larger retailers who bac
bought heavily previous to the big
advance, are now trying to unload.
One Arm offered to sell sugar at re
tall at $1 a hundred pounds less tban
the actual price at wholesale.
- Prevailing Oregon City prices are
aa follows: .
HIDES (Buying) Green bides,
Co to 6c; saiters, 6c to 6c; dry hidos.
12c to 14c; sheep pelts, 26c to 76c
Hay, Grain,'' Feed.
HAY (Buying) Timothy, $16 to
$16; clover, $8 to $9: oat bay, beat,
$11; mixed, 09 to $12; alfalfa, $15 to
OATS (Buying) Gray, $25 to
wneat, $32 to $33; 'oil meal, $53;
Shady Brook dairy feed, $1.26 per
FRED Shorts, $29 to $30; rolled
barley, $37.60; process barley, $38.60;
whole corn, $36; cracked corn, $36;
$26; white. $26 to $27.
FLOUR $4.60 to $6.25.
Butter, Poultry, Eggs.
BUTTER (Buying) Ordinary
country butter, 26c to 30c; fancy
dairy, 30c; creamery, 80c to 85c.
POULTRY (Buying) Hens, lie
to 12tt.; broilers, 13c.
EGGS Oregon ranch eggs, 28c to
30c. . - ----
DRIED FRUITS (Buying)
Prunes, on basis of 6 l-4c for 46 and
60's; peaches, 10c.
SACK VEGETABLES Carrots.
$1.25 to $1.60 per sack; parsnips,
$1.25 to $1.60; turnips, $1.25 to $1.60;
POTATOE8 Best buying," 1 'l-4c
ONIONS Oregon, $1.25 to $1.50 per
hundred; Australian, $2 per hundred.
BEEF (Live weight) Steers, 6c
and 6ttc; cows, 4Hc; bulls, I 1-2.
VEAL Calves bring from tc to
13c, according to grade.
MUTTON Sheep, 8c an 3 Vic;
lambs, 4o and 6c
HOGS 125 to 140 pound hogs, 10c
and 11c; 140 to 200 pounds, 10c and
Our greatest clubbing offer. The
Morning Enterprise by mall and th
Weekly Oregonlan, both until Novem
ber 1, 1912, for only $8. Offer close
October 31, 1911. ,
Heart to Heart
Bjtaww A. NYE.
A SUCCL5& ST0!U
From secilou UiiOj lu k prmldent
of a greet railway syateru i a long,
An Iowa boy made It.
Early In tbe eeveutlm W C. Brown,
aged sixteen, waa a aettluu band io
the Milwaukee roud. lu tbe rtfuui:
be stayed around tbe leleuTapb uiuce.
wbere tbe oblllug uui'iu (wraiitteJ
bim to practice ou I Lie key. -
He mustered telegraphy.
In a little while young Urowu was a
telegraph vteraiur. 8ouu be wss ku n
as tbe best operator ou bis Uvuiou.
When be was tweuty-iwe years of
age be was a train dispatcher uu Ibe
"Q" system, with headquarters al bur
Then came an opportunity.
One Sunday night In midwinter a
fierce blUzard swept over tbe middle
west. In tbe rullroud yards at tut
Burllngtou were some 3uu load of cat
tle. L'ulesa they could be not Into tbe
sbeds tbe Burllugtou roud would lose
tboUMunds of dollurn.
It was bone of BrowiTiTLuMliieMai
When bis day's work wss done be
went to tbe superintendent and nuked
for the Job of taking taie of the live
stock. He an Id be was time a section
band and knew Jut wliut to do and
bow to do It.
Tbe next morning T. J. Potter, then
heud of tbe Burlington syxteui, came
down to the suerlnteudeni's oia.e
Things are pretty, bud over al the
east yards. I suppose."
"Tbey would have been but for thut
young train dlsputi-ber."
Potter was told bow young Brown
bsd volunteered to get the cuttle out
of tbe cars into tbe sbeds and of his
. "What la bis OHtne? A man like thut
Is worth watching."
After thut Incident Brown went up
rapidly chief train dispatcher, trnln
master. uetintendent. general mnn
ager. He did not know It. but while
be wss reaching op for the rounds of
the ladder Tom Potter was behind
Then came vice presidencies, aud
now he la the executive chief of the
great New York Central, actual bead
of the Vanderbllt system.
Moral.-When yon try to boost your
aelf others will help to boost you.
Unislatry In China.
In Cblaa the practice of lunlolatry
exlsta at tbe present dny and Is of very
early orirln. The chief festival, that
of Yueplng. or moon eases, is ueid dur
Ing ibe elKbih inonib of Uw ,,,.,
year. lerM.us make eke. rHrioiia
aires In tb shape of the in.,,,
pulnt different flgiir . ,.,
Friends and relatives py visits t0 ,..,e
another, give entertainment mid pie
sent their c.kessfier mnUlna prot.-N
tions ad pouring out ablutions to ibe
Read th Morning Enterprise
Slip your feet
and instantly you , know the
makers had the right idea
about shaping and fitting
Wear them several months snd then you ksow
that the makers ct more service, giving results out of
tbe fine toft yarn then you ever experienced before,
It isn't that the fiiaUaUitee it original except k
its libcrmlityr tni that "the foods are duunctivt,
superior and worthy of your confidence as wcO at
the maker's food faith.
You know that every color, however Ught tbt
article and shade, is just thflaaiDO after loo wear m
at the start. .
' One dollar per box of lour pairs doesn't betja to
explain how bif a dollar's worth Is lo store for)'
Yotet them lvare-6nly
Oregon City's Big Drparttne ot Store
for men and women ef sharaet ee are open evsrywhert.
A bank account Is an evidence ef
character, and a bane: beok shewing
regular deposits la the passperi te
opportunity and the) key te auccesa.
Enroll yourself aa a depositor here
at once and become a member f th
One dollar will start a savings account
The Bank of Oregon City
OLDEST BANK IN THE COUNTY
1.4 UU KKTTK fesawteati
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of OREGON OTY . OREGON
'iMU s atanarai aaah.na uainae
". '.ir:K,j j ii.;- r--rr vj. '-w zi ajl 1
Gladctono Lumber Compcrj
BUNGALOW MATERIAL OF ALL KINDS.
Lumber. lath, shinties, fence-poets and doors, mouldings, sasl isl
all kinds of Inside finish, prices rtghL lumber fusrsnteed sod en:
Phone Main 2M1.
SAN FRANriftfn. ri i
Cradle and- his champion Heavers ar-
uru ure iixiay and are prepared to
Bme poaaibie from tbe San
Francisco Seals. Tha liasr iai,i.
are all In nrtt-rlaas hirm
dorsi.n. who did not take the beet of
care of himself at ls Angeles. How
ever. Seston. steen. . Ilsrknesa and
Kiiesiner are D crMt form and can
he depended ou to win their share of
Everyone conredea Portland tbe
chsmploiahlp snd McCreedle Is re
ceiving the congratulations of tbe
fans from all sides. One would almost
Imagine he wss on his home lot re
ceiving the plaudits of the Portland
All the playera except Chadbourne,
Steen and McCredln will participate In
the post-eesson series with the Oak
and team next week. Five gamea are
to .e played and the proceeds will be
divided between tbe players, sixty
T m Aani iaa a., as .
"" " ne ciub winning tbe
ma orlty of the games, and the real
lo the club coming out second
Lindsay and 8hehan may be able
j get into the game tomorrow and If
they do, Ilodgers, whose leg Is both
erlng him of late, may be permitted to
iiiTh H,,t' ! s Rabbit'
UIIIIods of rabbits aia killed annual
ly i Hie Urttlsh ImIhuiN m.. In Aim
trallsffr ti...r ski,,-, orrsther. for
tbelr fur. whl. b Is ,llkUlK ,
".""I ,,,'0 .f Hie KiiKllsh
rabi.lt skins sent ,u ,,, m(IMfH,..
urers I.. ,, , Htatra, i.mi nrst
tb-y Ko 1 (MW (lf K(r, ,
have ib long, unless hnlrs IslNinoilsir
pulled ue by ,., ,1Mlltf HK,r j.
israi tory mui-hluin to do n,is rk are
''' After ll.a skl.H
sb red off to be made l,,,,, ,,.
HOLD SMOKER TOMORROW.
The first smokar n' ft..
- """a will
held by the Commercial Clab to
TK a.-. . I.l
cuiirnr Minn .
into a pair of
.mill". 1. 1 "iiiumu.1
ATKlfTICS DEFEAT CIAXTS 1 IC: ,
(Continued from pare 1.)
Utter backing against tbe tnpr7
fence to take tbe balL ColBoi Mi
ed to left. Baker drove the btB
light-field fence for a borne ma,
Ing Collins. Tbe crowd ecat tilt
and It waa seversl minutes befort M
quieted down. Murpfcy
sgony for New York by strUIni
New York Merkle ilnslea J
ter on tbe first ball pitched. Herw
lifted a fly which Oldrlns toot J
of. Fletcher Bled out to Bw.
kle waa caught off first on s P"
throw, plank to Dsvls, mumm
third out. No runs. m
Philadelphia !! AkU "
Mner to Doyle and sat does. Bjni
lined a terrific hit W Her"""
nearly lifted the New York tw
man oft his feet and out tw
llfted a fly to Fletcher and t
t No runs. .,,,
York Meyers - ,
rrsnitsll went Is to
piace or juarqusro.
Crandall's grounder. retlrlM "
Yorker at first. Devore ,
for the fourth time. No
PhlUdelphla - Crandan WJ
Marquard In the hli Jf
Plank fanned on three
lifted a foul which juet
giving 1he Pbiladelpblaa S m t
then fanned. Oldrlng "JJ
on a very hard chance by
Ninth Inning. , '
New York Doyls ' 1 it
Thomaa. snodgrsas 'trues
rsy retired the sldej mi g ,
Una, who threw to Pa'-
- s..ntn isvr-
' The Rally Day ., )0
Uta a" -a w r - - 1
Chrlatlan Binie sco - , t m
dancs, interest w"ffia, J
plete success. The "rtk
offering were large and J l
reflected credit on those " ,,,
pert, as well as on taojj T." 0t
training. The 'el'!i'c inu
continue with ' 'n"M. f
Evangelists Stephens so"
proving themselves lr" t
with the peopla. 1
Read the Morning t'm
r"u. t,au at once.