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TIIB OREGON STATESMAN: FBIDAV, 'JAJHJARY 11. 1018
UP AM) DOWN WILLAT,1E1TE VALLEY
By Statetm an Special N e ri S e r y i c e
RED GROSS FEED
; IS BIG SUCCESS
Lleharaa Auxiliary I Clears
$61.70 at Chicken P e
t Banquet Recently
- - --. TI--:
r r Mehama. Or., Jan. 10. l-Thq Red
Cross dance ' and chicken-pie ; supper,
given by the Meharaa auxiliary, the
evening of January 5, wa$ a. grand
success both socially and financially.
People -were present from far; and
-near, and the hall wai crowded to
'capacity. It looked as If all had
come with the intention of; having a
Kood time! and it seemed front the
appearance that every .one enjoyed
the affair to the limit. The mem
Vers . of the Mehama auxiliary are
very thankful for the jiatronage, and
especially for the manner in, which
the people, -of the neighboring city
of Lyons, turned out, and helped to
make the laf fair -the success it was.
After all expenses were paid, it was:
found there was a net balance or
rei.7o. ; ? ' ; - i.
' Joe Stephens returned to Portland
Sunday. Mrs. Stephens and daughter
will remain in Mehama for the pres
ent. . -, -
Boy IMcDpnald aad family visited :
over Sunday in Mehama. i t .
- Frank Mconald came down from
the logging camp Saturday to spvjid
Sunday wjth his family."
z Merle McDonald' apent . the week
end at Sico. ' ; '.: ti .
. " "Mrs. Clara Mulkey is the "boss.
Silverton on business, and on his re
turn found a crowd of - neighbors
who had come tr surprise him with
well filled basket. ' .
"i Mrs. N. E. Gunnel! left Monday
for Salem for aew days visit with
her daughter, fliss KatKeryn Gnu
nelt. . ...r -. v. : i '
; Little Martin ; Sanders who was
operated on for appendicitis at the
Salem hospital Js reported getting
along as well as could, be expected.
Hen White went to Salem uecday.
O. A. Henderson and daughter left
Monday for a few day visit in Port
land. - , . '
Miss Ruby Broutjher returned Fri
day from Portland where she went
to attend the wedding of Mlr.s Sadie
Cooper,' a former Scotts Mills girl,
and to visit relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. "RIehter mo
tored to Silverton Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Read are mov
ing into their house down town.:
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Hogg and chil
dren returned from Salem, where
they had been visiting relatives for
two weeks. '.-;
Noble School resumed work Mon
day after two weeks' vacation. Dur-!
Ing vacation -a new floor was put in
John Plas went to Woodburn Mon
day. " '
"The anrfual meeting oftheMar
Mntaal Telephone company was held
at Marqifam Monday, January 7.
than fashions. The Judges' deci
sion was in favor of the affirmative.
Those upholding the affirmative
were the Misses Minnie Schaller, Ha
zel Harris and Kolda Wheeler. The
negative was upheld by Howard
Grimm, Irvine Caplinger and H. H.
Payne1. It was a heatef debate and
caused much merriment." The Judges
fwere Mrs. W. D. Horner, Mrs. E. J.
Whitney and A. . E. Aufrance. A
short program followed the debate.
O song by Florence esner and
Gladys Wheeler, recitation by Theo-
dose Tuleja and the reading or uc
Kater's -Wail by Mrs. Magee.
f Miss Hazel Harris spent the week
end in Portland with friends.
! H. H: Tayne is a victim of a se
rere case, of rheuir.atlam. -
Momhers of the Red Cross met
with Mrs. C. A. Grimm Tuesday af
ternoon to make bandages,
f Miss Fryslie is staying 1ri town
taking treatments for rheumatism
and i Improving.
Word received from George Tullla
who Joined the navy recently and is
at San Francisco says that he is wel'
and likes the service.
I Arthur Lauritson has been all the
last wek with pneumonia but is re
! Virgil Gesner has gone to Oregon
City to work In the paper mills.
"The Lords Prayer" Is
Given by Choir of Salem
PRATUM. Or.. Jan. 10. Pratum
was well represented at Fruitland
last Sunday afternoon, where a choir
from Salem under'the direction9 of
Rev. J. Stoker gave a cantata. "The
Lord's Prayer," which was greatly
appreciated. -Misses PrlsclUa -and
Rose Otterbei-n, and Elmer Otterbein.
former members cf the Pratum
Methodist Snnday school, now living
In Salem, were members of the choir.
JFall grain is looking exceptionally
Shaw, Of., Jan. 10. The Toleta good for this time of the year In this
ITS HERE TODAY
The Star of "Birth of a Nation" and "Polly of the Circus"
M AI M A
In, Oliver Moroico' Famous Stage Success
. . . .
By Edward Child- Carpenter I
Filled With Good Cheer and Laughter, "It's Great
' for the Kiddes"
Gojdtvyn B!r.u.rea Siar.
Next Week "The Barrier"
Toleta Club Entertained
at Home ofllrx Darby
knitter for the Red Cross at .Mehama
and she has most of her. family knit
ting, even the husband fa his spare
moments uses the two slicks cn
thrt sweater are built. r
W. H. Doose was d raging the road
again Monday. ' !
Jim SIddall went to Salem Tues
day. . ' ' ' r
elnb was entertained at the home of
Mrs. John Darby Thursday.' Jan.- 2.
Twelve memoers were present aao
responded to roll call after which
several patriotic, pieces ,were played
on the VIctrola.
Business was then in order, and
a contest rame. of which Mrs. Lura
Blevlns was winner. A luncheon
was served at; the close of the af
I ; SCOTTS MILLS
Franklin Yhitlock Victim
of Birthday Surprise Party
, . xrina Or ' Jan. lo. i-Frank
lin. WTiitlpck was surprised. Wednes-.
A o v " a ftam rwin ' Taflllflv 9 J Thl' A 4 til
Urthday. Mr.' Whitlock' had gone t yftn
llaplevievo Farm" Scene
of Gchty on Birthday
neighborhood, but a severe cold spell
would probably do great damage.
Rev. J. Ovall will preach here next
William de Vrles and Melvin Lien
are laying tile. " .
Miss Lydla Powell, who spent the
holidays at home, returned to Port
land the lart of last week.
Mr. and Mrs.? George Kleen have
been wntertaining the latter's moth
er. - Mrs. Bengley, from Clackamas
county, for the past few days.
Monday. Janr 7. - Just I half of the
term, or four months, remains.
Ben Rleaknev visited here over
Saurday and Sunday. 1 .
'"Bernhard Lane of Portland is vis
iting his sister. Mrs. Pr Mais.
Mrs. A. E. Coberly and diughter,
Frances, returned tr school work
near Silver Creek Falls Sunday.
Ben Petersen moved his family to
Portland last v week. He intends
working In the shipyards this winter.
Merritt Freeman spent two weeks
with the home , folks, returning Sat
urday to O. A. C. to finish his course
In mThanlenl en1necring;
S'd Hlnnan is visiting In the neigh
borhood a few days. He expects to
go to Portland this week to work at
I. Lyons Personals
Shaw, fir Jan
ar. r the horne of Mr. and Mrs; 0. HtW. Principal EUcttd
gaiety Mndv evenlne. January 7,1 i For Schools at Turner
hen thirty-two friends and neigh-
boh cane- itfl rumrlsl air. Lwts i tttrN'ER .Z Or. Jan. 1 10. M. D.
hs birthday. Contest games rf j ,
wiuu. mu wB culu, ujr ; week, having been elected principal
Mrs. Earnest Peterson and Iran Pnt
man carrying' away 'some prizes. A
luncheon was served cafeteria style
at the close of the evening.
Mrs." G. W. Pntmin of Salem
kn& Tuesday. 4or tew .days?, rlsit
wiin ner son., i van . rnrman.
- i oa . women, m ue . ilea . .;tts
I bronjrht their dinners and-worked all
day Tuesday and will bare all day
of the Turner' school, which la start
inr off yery" enthusiastically since
the holidays. . .. .. .
Turner's young people who are at
tending, and teaching school abroal
felt the first of the week. They are
Johnnie ,Watsonf A1ma Baker. Ida
Hohl. Ivan Hadley. Hasel Bear.
Tbelma Hansett and Richard Gray.
Mr. and Mrs. J. pe Waels have
meeting every Thorny until the yed to :Pcrt,;nd
Hava lnnrer ' ' . : I .
Is a healthful ferac
ina beverage with o
"Must Rlxihr Jtasts
that acverr varies.
Order a Cm To-2)a7 '
Yomr Grocer Sells - I
i GOLDEN WEST,
Place y oil r
or that New
We. uhow"':. the laiest jin
weaves and weights. Vop
' tilar colors. All suits , made
to measure on short jiotice.
'7 Store :
. 426 EUte Street
davs are longer
. The 8hwaaxillary has purchased
a lmlt ' of muslin ' to work up into
bandages' and with Its other work on
nd will have plenty to keep busy.
More workers would be appreciated.'
John- Larsen. Jr.; -visited with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Larsfen, Sun
Mrs. Charlie 'Fleber who "under
went an operation Saturday at the
Willamette sanitarium tu Salem. Is
reported, doing Well.
William ' Howd, ; Robert Claxton i
The Parent-Teacher .association
held a meeting with program Friday
evening. 5 :
Mrs. E; A. Neal visited a few days
with her daughter, Mrs. Jesse Parish
George Cornelius of Colfax, WuhM
snent the holidays with his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Cornelius.
Mrs. Sadie Small of Pullman.
Wash., is visiting her sister, Mrs. J,
F. I.yle. . i : '
J. S.' Forrest has been ill.
Lawrence Robertson is moving to
Ho?. were Salem. TJ Stockton. Cal. He will be missed by
me band as ne has been Its leader
and corne!t. , , "
B. D. Young vNited the week end
with hla sister.- Mrs. Ef fie Naftrgcr
and family, of Salem.
- Mrs. C. L. McAllister visited over
Sunday with Salem friends. '
' Mrs. Ruth Oglesbee and little son
left Saturday,: for 'their new home
ear the training school, at which
place Mr. Oglesbee is employed. :
Frank Ellsworth Drowns
in Stream Near Lyons
LYONS, dr.. , Jan. 10. Frank
Elsworth waa drowned January 7 at
Mill City. He. was working on a
bridges and fell Into, the river. Mr.
Elsworth formerlT lired at Lyons,
but moved- to-' Williams soma, time
ago. He leaves a wife and three chil
dren, two boy aad a girl.
Mrs. -.. Lloyd Trask made a trli to
Albftny Monday. ; - f ; ,
Rev. R. M. Oatka prelched Sunday
evening on ''Conquest." -He also or
ganised a young people' society..
HOUSE VOTES FOR -
(Continued from page 1) .
morn'ng. an hour: earlier than usual,
and began consideration of the res
olution under an agreement tu close
general debate and begin voting on
amendments at 5
ternoon. It was
the final roll call
o'clock in-the af-
61 25" o'clock when
began and jut 45
Niagara Ttaffic Damaged
fry Recent High Streams
r NIAGARA. Or, JanMO. The re-
The Stayton Epworth league visit
ed with the local church Sunday', aft
ereoona renderings a'procram
B, F,' Ford of the Stayton high
school conducted the league.
Rachel An gel! visited in Sheridan
several days ago. :
G. Davis was in Albany last week
Clifford Jarvls was a business call
er ii th Capital city recently.
W. Del more. Loots Welgund. P. A.
Stevens end H. E. Knenzll attended
cent very nign v ntcr took jout nearly farmers-vweeit at o. A. C
all the foot bridges "and large drifts! C F, .Scofleld. Ed West and Ira
on the Santlam.-river: in this vicinity
rendering 4t- almost impossible to
cross the-river t' many places.
)S. M. Coney r of AJ bet ta,, Canada,
was hi Niagara looking aRer property
interests. ..; ; j. .
H. t,. Bondy-and son Harry re
turned from tKvalley last week
having spent the holidays there.' r -i
Mrs. .George McCurdy returned
the first of : the week from Salem,
wehre she had been to visit her mo
ther who has been uite ill.
The Niagara , school resumed the
first of last week- after a weeks'
rest for the holidays. ' . '
A'sman were elected directors at th
nnniial telnhooe meeting for this
end of te line.
Mrs. P, A. Stevens visited in AN
nan' t!l! week.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Knenzll were
n) Salem one day this week.
CLOVERDALE : I
Cloverdale. Or.," Jan. 10. Albert
and Lnule Hennis were Salem visit
ors Monday. i
Mrs. W. Wilson of Salem, who
ns been with herisister. Mrs. F. A
wood., nursing her mother. Mrs.
Thomas, has rttined to Salem. ;
Mhm-J D. Cralfls visit In r at the
hnni or mr daughter. Mrs. Glen
Mred of Salem. 4
Tk. I . I lit -
m ttr ft ft' n i I "'T mr-iiu inw prnooinouse
10 tVOria llian raSntOn I'w Saturday evenlAg held bv L. J.
..aiiii, wo.B wni iiiewea. All
seemed interestedJn the talk and
nny risn to raise root crops for the
Salem-King Produce company.
Tobacco More Harmful
Rickey, Or., Jan. 10. The Rickey
Uterary society met Friday evening
at the school house. The debate wars
o ntbe question "Resolved, That to
bacco does more harm in tbe world
Kcsldence Phone, 232.
Ilrpublic Tnfk. Goodrich Tires. OverUnd Service. All Accessories
Mt. Angel Garage
- , . , CROWE SC1IVEIDER
- - 'i Iroprletora.
"", "i 31 1. Angel, Or.
Storage and ltepairs. i :
Silver Vale Literary
' Society Holds Meeting
IHTLLT, Or.. Jan. 10. Silver Vale
Literary society held a meeting Jan
uary; 5 at Hslvernlck schoolhonse.
A verr interesting program wasgiv
en. . 0"- of th- bekt numbers wss
rendered by eleven "Nerroes" In
minstrel costume who ci used much
merriment for all. The nexttprotram
win be January 19 at Hullt school
bouse.; "sU - v : ' '-'
School work -was resumed again
and the amendment resolution wouH
have been lost, in which event I
would have directed the clerk to call
my name and that would have been
sufficient to carry it." Of the tota!
membership of 435. there were 41ft
members who voted. .
.! Their line-up follows:
Vote Is 274 to l-6. ,
For the resolution Demoeult
101; Republicans. 165; miscellan
eous. 5, total. 274.r ' - - ,
Against the resolution Demo
crats. 102; Republicans, S3; Progres
sive, 1; total: 136. '
Urgent orders had been given bv
the leaders to bring in everybody
visible. : When Representative
Mann walked slowly to his accus
tomed, place as leader of the Repub
licans, applause rang over the hou-e.
members from all sides -nshed ove
to him and Speaker Clark broke
precedent by announcing from th
rostrum that he was sure everybody
In the house -welcomed him back.
There were two women ,on th
floor during tbe contest. Miss Jean,
ette Rankin of Montana, who as rep-
rosea tative of a suffragette lst
was accorded the courtesy of . not
only controlling one fourth of the
time of debate, .but of msk'ng th-
opening speech, and Miss May Aff-
terdlnger, of this rity, who, as e'ery
of the woman suffrage eon-mltter,
sat beside its chairman. Representa
tive Raker of California.
The hous met at 11 o'clock th'
ninutes later when Speaker Clark
announced the recult. Until yopter
day it had been assumed that a large
majority of the Democrats would op
pose the resolution.!
Mrs. Catt Is GratefnL
Mrs. Carrie Chapman Cattt, pres
ident - of the National Americnl
Woman Suffrage association, sa'dT to
night: , .
'It Is an incomparable victory
which tremendously gratifies though
it does fiot surprise us. -
"We have felt all j along that tbe
housA eonld be relied on to vindicate
itself as the forward-looking expon
ent of democratic ' r-rogress which
America hds the right to expect it
great law-making bWdy to bej No
for a minute did V concein that
the American congress would lag be
hind the parliaments! of Europe It
tne making of democratic history;
We turn now to tne senate wit
complete confidence that our meas
ure will be passed by hat body with
in a very short time. From the sen-
fate we will start upon our campaign
of ratifications, hoplnr that -every
state in the union will ratify
Vnowlng that thirty-'slx will. New
York among them. We expect most,
of the 1918 legislatures there are
only a few in session this year will
dispose of the measure favorably at
aft. early date. The. legislatures of
forty-one states convene next year.
Dr. Anna Howard Shaw. honftJkry
president o fthe association, said:
- "When the name of Lincoln -mentioned
today the first thought
that enters the mind of the world Is
that, he was the emancipator of the
slaves. In future generations when
the name of Wilson is mentioned the
thought of the world will bo that
the women of the United States were
enfranchised during; hi adminlstra-.
Hon and largely through his assist-'
ance.' reople forget war and the
Incidents of war, but they never for
get a gre-it , forward sten, in hum in
0. A. C. TONIGHT
Basketball Season Opens in
Salem ; Vanity Men Arc
Showing Up Strong
Willamette will ooen the colic elate
basketball aeason when It meets fire- I enger
. . .. . I Salem.
uua Agncnuurai college on me nome
Ben F. Beckwlth, Aberdeen, Wash.
Classification cards were malic I
yesterday to the following: '
Class B-2 Alpheus J. Gillette. La
fayette, Or.. '
Class F- John Cantenbeln, 11
Class A-l Harry M. Crow,
Aumsville; Joseph Ripp, Sublimity;
Ben F. Beckwlth, Aberdeen. Wash.;
Nick Stan ga rone, Jefferson; Jo.sf r".
Subsbauer, Jr., , Bremerton, Wash.;
Herman O. Uartels, Macleay; Dal) a?
P. McLin, Ota D. Blnegar, Kmiddu
Bello, Axligh R. Straw. Leonard II.
and Elliott E. Lesley ef
floor in a contest that promises to be
fast tonight. ; .
The varsity men Wednesday after
noon met the high school boys in a
practice game and piled up a long
score. This will be the first game
for Oregon Agricultural college also.
Wltli such: men as Nichols. Sparks,
Wapatp, Dlmick, Medler and Davies
to pick a fighting team from. Coach
Mathews bids fair to give the Oregon
Agricultural college men some hot
stuff.. The lineup as given out is as
follows: Nichols (captain), center;
Wapato and Sparks, forwards; and
Dlmick and McKittrick, guards.
McKittrlck, a Washington boy, en
tered the university after the holi
days and is fast showing real, basket,
ball ability. Rarey, Williams, Soco
lofsky and Baslerf have been work
ing hard and form a 'strong sub
backing. . , : -'
. Nichols Is. the,only. letter, maa
back. His playing was a sensation
last year. Sparks is a strong player.;
Fans are well acquainted with
what Mathews and his men have done
In the past and expect ' to see the
same class of fight that was revealed
in the success of the football season.
Like Willamette, Oregon Agricul
tural college has but one letter man
of last year back In the quintet.
Blsserr Bissett is the only veteran on
the squad and what the new . men
can do will not be known until after
the game tonight. -
Class A-4 Charles E. Eyre, Hoh
kin; Archie E. Bradshaw, Corvals
kins; Archie E. Bradshaw, Corval
M. De Coster,' Independence; Archio
C. Van Nuys, Corvallis; Francis L.
Wester, Terrebonne; Crist Bichsel.
Silverton; Clifford C. Stayton. Stay
ton; Eddie F. CSance. Oates; Cur
E. Cruzan, Portland; Walter W.
Butcher, . Portland; Sylvester l.
uoerfler, Salem; Elbert L. Porter,
Aumsville; Joel J. Schllntz, Detroit;
Claude V. Churchill, Shelburn; Roy
V. Peterson, Mill City; John ';
Traeger, Earl G. Beck. William II.
Barton. Urlln S. Pat?e. John V. Van
Osdel. John W. Barker, Batty K.
Cooper, Charles J. Williamson, Jo
seph -'IL Bach, James P. Daniels,
Edgar W. Hunter and William II. Do
"What makes! you sit there and
toot thet horn?1 ,
"Charley told me to," said the fair
one, "so I won t hear the things na
says while he's fixing the machine."
Ambulance wagons were first in
troduced la the British army during
the Crimean warl
: "For Infats aad Children ;
In Use For Over 30 Years
... the . .
U. S. QUICKLY PUT
V : UPON WAR BASIS
' . (Continued from page 1)
GIRLS! HAVE WAVY,
THICIC GLOSSY HAIR
FREE FROM DANDRUFF
Save your half! .Double its beauty
In a few moments
i frank in their disapproval of tbe se
cret purchasing system of the de
partment. Mr. Baker, however. In
sisted it was essential to guard
against publicity concerning plants
engaged on war work.
With the Draft Board
Tfcr-ivl- TK K-ril-la mt Ttr.
I. H. J.IiaBdrr. SlM-rial-at at Calainh.il
Melleail KrhMl, Gnrrniriir IIltl
Had Vaadrrhllt CUsle, Hew Yark City.
If you care for heavy hair, that
glistens with beauty and is radiant;
wiin me; nas an lncomparaoie soil
ness and is fluffy and lustrwus, try
Just one application doubles the
beauty of your hair, besides it im
mediately dissolves jevery particle of
dandruff; you cannot' have nice.
heavy, healthy hair if you have dan
druff. This destructive scurf robs
the hair- of its lustre, its strength
and its very life, and If not overcome
It produces; a feverishness and itch
ing of the scalp; the hair roots tmta-4
ish; loosen! and die:) then the hair
falls out fast.
If your hair has been neglected
end is thin, .faded, dry. scraggy or
PIG CLUB WANTS
President Eyre To Start Cam
paign To Bring Roster'
Up To 200
Sheriff Needham at the meeting
of the army draft board yesterday
afternoon, predicted that it would
require at least two or three weeks
more to finlrh UP the work of classi
fying registrants and mailing out the
cards, including orders for physical
examinations and final acceptances
or rejections. V
The following delinquents were
announced at the close of business in
the evening: .Albert Hruska, order
number, 712; Seattle, Wash.;, Levi M.
Webb, order number 1184; Turner;
Oren A. Le Course, order number
1131. Gary. Ind.; Harold W. Kuhn.
order numbef H27. Woods, Or.; and
John Domas, Mill City.
The following are to "be examined
Dallas P. AIcLln. OtaD. Blnegar,
Emiddl Bells. Arligh R. Straw and
I Leonard II. Winger, Salem; Harry
j M. crow, AnraSYlHe; Joseph Ripp. i
. , -' - - ' -vw ..w.a,a..w, m . a. ,
leay; Joseph Stangarbne. Jefferson, i
"1 am alad.to see that som of our
more advanced medical authorities
have advocated the philosophy of
iDinistering' bitro-phoephate in ca
of nervous exhaustion, annemta. ex
cessive thinness and- in delicate run
down contdltions generally. 1 have read
with much pleasure in a rper pre--nted
at an annual meeting- of the
New Hampshire i Medical Society that
one of our most eminent practitioners
I ahle to cite cases treated, upwards
of 70 years of sice, who retrained the
feeling: of youthful energ-y of middle
life from its use. Let men end women
who are handicapped In life through a
lack 'of "nerve energy take a little bitro
phosphate after meals for awhile and
you will soon see some of their trou
bles dtnappear. and in many instances
the return of rood health, strength,
powers of endurance and a more youth
ful robust appearance. My advice to
dtors everywhere (especially the
younger members of the profession) in
prescribe more bitro-phosphate and
you will get some sjatonlnhinc results."
-Henry Alexander. M. l.
NOTE Bitro-Phosphattf mentioned
above can be obtained in tablet form,
with or without a physician's prescrip
tion at the drusr runtrri of all itwi
druggists. It Is sold under a guaran
tee of satisfaction or money back.
too oily, get a emal
ton's Danderine at any drug store or
toilet counter for a few cents; apply
a little as directed and ten minutes
after you will say this was tbe best
investment you ever made.
We rncerely believe, regradless of
everything else advertised, that if
yourdesrrs 'soft, lustrous, beautiful
hair and lots of it no dandruff-
no itching scalp and no more falliug
hair you must use , Knowltoa's
anderlne. If eventually why not
It Is of importance to the boys and
girls of Marion county that fn about
two weeks from now George W. Eyre, I
president of the United States Na
tional Bank's Boys' and Girls' Pig
club, will start on a campaign for
the purpose of visiting all the schools
in the county to organize pig duos.
The bank club now has only twelve-
members, and Mr. Eyre wants to
make it an even 200 by adding 188
Any . boy or girl having the en
dorsement, of his .or her teacher as
being industrious and honest can join
the pig club, and each member is
advanced 810 in cash which will buy
ottle of Knowl-I the first pig and leave enough to
Every member of last year's elub
not only realized enough out of his
Pig to pay back the money to the1
a. a. a. , u . a a s X. I J 1UDUIUIV a U.a II IJ
some, profit was made. .- The profits,
of course, depend on the skill and
faithfulness of the owner of the pig.
Police Commissioner Woods of
New York' state says that, drink,
drugs and poverty are the chief
causes of crlme.Leslle's.
He "Out-Fairbanks" Fairbanks
NEV YORK i LUCK
A Riot of Fan and Action, 5000 Feet of Punch,
Laughs, and Hairraising Thrills
'' 1 ; J ' ; Hippodrome
" . ' Vaudeville
NLIOMr" Saturday - Sunday