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" 'Wo Favor Sways Us; No Fear Shall Awe?'
: From First Statesman, March 28, 185X
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! SUBSCRIPTION RATES:
i Man Bnbcrlptloti Rate, ta AO ranee. Within Oregon : .p"3r
Sunday, 1 Mo. eentaj 3 Mol $1.25 Mo. $2.25 5 1 year .. Elae
where 60 ccnta per Mo. or ISJ0O for year la advance.
! By City Carrlerr 8 cents a month: IS.Rft a year In advance. Per
Copy S cent a. On trains and Standa B centa.
f : Today's Talk
By R. & Cc?t!sn3, It D.
Wa are dally reminded orer
the radio and by advertisements
horn important la the care- of "the
now important is the care of the
made by anyone of the treat
need for care
of the -
We ha& S
teeth and only
one pair of
eyes. If wo
lose a tooth ire
upon the re
remalnder t o
do the work.
If , need be.
the dentist can
supply us with
that do the
' . h 4 -t : as well as real:
ones. : I , i s-:-'.r . s -i
It is trne that artificial eyes
can be bought. ; But such pur
chases are made for coametie
reasons jand of course l- not for
sight. : ' -i i h ii
kja the care of the eyes
Everybody should hare . the
eyes examined - at 1 least once.
Quite often eye defect exists of
which the victim 1 i utterly una
ware. Early care of sueh a con
dition Is likely to eliminate later
discomfort. Eye examination and
proper prescribing of glasses will
do away with the socalled "eye
strain" and it familiar com
Unfortunately, we are a vain
! ! . Hones on Appeal
fTTHE Oregonian is dissatisfied1 with the decision of the should follow the same hygienic
1 1 fal .rrii. w,t ir. th cross-state railroad case, and S?1? fth general
is hopeful of a reversal when the, question goes before wgn- yoar eyes. Remember and ap
er authority. It remarks in! one paragraph: j predate their ralue, and treat
I .t unnr Averal aalient facts. Har- I them accordingly. :; ' .
i riman believed there would! be enongh through traffic for both
i SAitih.rn an TTnfon in western Oregon, for , he started to s
i. .iewtA aavBral other branches to open
; Ba UIO UF BUU ,..wr .1.1.
vp eastern Oregon. The assumption mai au iiuc ""''i"
Union Pacific might draw from western Oregon would be di
verted from the Southern I Pacific is contrary to experience.
A competing line giring increased senrlce develops so much
new trafrie that two; roads prosper oeuer xnan oue. i
Northern and Northern Pacific are an example. This would
sorely follow construction of a new line 200 miles shorter
fl -anv A-rtstlnr linft. I
' ' ! T- t. m ni-fM- ofifnTr cino TTarrimATi yaS dreaming
of IrM Sntv GrSt changes in nsporUtion have "VX'-SS
come about in tnat penoa. oooa roaas ana wrucna lc t be amaxed to learn the number
threat to railroads even on trunk lines, and have virtually 6f glasses that are sold yearly
put out of business branch lines of railroad. Instead of ex- the namber of siaasea that
Panto mileage railroad Jjaveeen reducing ithe nt incomaoi for
mi3eage now being not greatly different from a decade ago. one t0 f t!use3;ud tejm
In the matter of increase of traffic through competi- er. se them, it yon are "n cap
tion this is true within limits. Railroads do develop a coun- sighted." or -farsighted." . or
try. The example cited . of the construction of the Great IXl,,0?0"70
SSthern foSoi the Northern Pacific is pertinent. It is ,4. If" J- .
likewise pertinent to cite: the subsequent construction of win nerer help- your precious
the Milwaukee which failed to develop the additional ton- eye. f r
nageto justify the construction. r .nZh!" fon!
? ... .. . t , 1 indmauais who hare no defects
TTi -final mint mnd hv the Oreoroman abont the cross- vha).. n. ,m IZZZZ
M-I'CIr A. 1 ;v"7r 111: ..t:". ""ratu iroat I Kest. the .am. or wealths icmii
s von wlese
fessintr anr anecial knowledire it would seem that the UnionlvCT ta JtJi -.vT.iV.N nickname "Bhn", a gneet at the
Pacific could haul its freight over its water grade line to it Is best not to read while lying I"?; h.eriic'. wV.ter
Portland, a line which is) built ;to handle traffic in large '
volume, more cheaply than it could to carry it over meizr;; :t yr" 1.'"" ,75
mountains and over the high plateau of central Oregon. ! glaring or la 'dim light, a soft.
i - r : tt- . . - ". imenow ngnt Is
TO THE RESCUE ; : ? j
: . 1
BITS for BREAKFAST
'Murder at Eagles Nest" Wg
JJuseua asl some history I . tot any serrice to him. There he
T ay nis giant lorn siretcnea out
Ton read la this series of thai la the bed and his fread (perfect
"blshop'a pillow" la the Wlllam- ly bald) resting on a piece of
ette nnlrersity museum. The I marble about the size of a Bag
story of that marble slab from I ster Bible. The marble was laid
AfxTci has Its roots running back upon the feather pillow. X said to
to Balem and Marion county. And him, 'Bishop, what makes you lay,
it is a strange and gripping story, your head . on that piece of mar
V ,- M?' 'Because he replied, "there
Iter. William Taylor was front 1 so much African fever In my
the Baltimore conference. lie system that my headL feels cooler-
was the first Methodist worker on the marble
of any consequence in California j m
beginning his meetings In the now It thrilled mef Ilia dero-
open, like the Salvation Army tion to his great work in spite of
street meetings of the present sufferings, hardships and ferer!"
day. He was there before the the good man then went on to
"California and Oregon confer- T to Rer. Wire that he formerly
ence" of IS 4 1 officially assigned U86I book for a pillow but on
him his place at San Francisco. one occasion, not finding a book,
and the session of 1850 designs- he saw a piece of marble, used it,
ted his pastorate as that at "San and found It so much better; that
Francisco and Happy Valley." - he had a piece of marble cut, and
m m carried It with him. Mr. Wire
When Bishop Simpson came to then asked him If he cared for
the coast in 1854, he found Rer. the particular piece of marble,
Taylor doing a great work in the nd he replied, "Oh noany piece
crude but rapidly growing town would be Just as good." So they
that was to become the metrop- hd a duplicate made for the bl
olls behind the Golden Gate. shop's use and kept the original.
Thirty years later, on May 24, That Is the story. In brief, of
1184, Bishop Taylor had the sat- the ."bishop's pillow" in the Wil
Isfaction of consecrating: William lamette university museum. Tay
Taylor as a bishop, at the last lor spent seven years in San
general conference over which he Francisco, beginning in the ear
presided, along with Bishops Fow- ly days of the gold rush, and
ler, Walden, Mallalieu and Nlnde, wrote a book entitled, "Seven
all men of mark. Bishop Taylor Years Street Preaching in San
was known as the "bishop of Af- Francisco." He went from this
rtca," and sometimes the "bishop coast to Canada and the east,
of all humanity." then to Europe, Australia, Tas
; ( J mania. New Zealand. In 1872 ha
I The story of the "bishop's pll- waa Ia India, where he did a'
low" - appeared in this column ret work, and he wrote a book
about a year ago, but some parts '"a Years of Self Supporting
of it will bear repeating. Rev. M. Missions in India," having per-
ts. wire, rormer pastor of the 4nea wonaers or evangelism
First. Methodist church of Salem, and organization in that land.
said some time before that, In
tie California Christian i Adro- Thereafter. Bishop Taylor be
cate: ; came the great apostle to the
I People of darkest Africa, He did
It was la the summer of 1880. much more than any man of his
The Oregon conference camp tlm spreading Christianity
meeting was to he held la Canby over tn drk continent, founding
and I was to be In charge. Bishop thousands of churches and mis
Taylor was Just home from Afri- s,n stations, making many of
ca and I could think of no one them self, supporting; through
whose presence at the camp farming industries. He wrote a"
meeting would be a greater up- book, "Christian Adventures in
lift. So I wrote him, and, rather South Africa."
come. X met him at the station I . Bishop- Taylor died at Palo
unraveling the mystery. Blm
identifies the shawl ; wrapped
around the Baroness as Mary
mellow light Is easHy obtained. F I V T. ilB8DB. ea'
and Is the ideal light to Use. .I4 bfn sttenUva te the Baron-
wh,.v ess. Blm hadr noticed Emily's
uuiaer rn.au. ut IMtnnBH, at um
in secret eonversatUkm
Mrtri I .MTislahvl Anthmphr I A common practice.
' t ' . V I & IT . . ... . V . ' I should be nrohlhft ! (f..
fTUiiS legislature is consmermg a bill lor iree textbooics movai frm di... I party.
I and recalled the maid's acream
rtMom nMsntaJ ta nrtt ttt simnV rha lom'olatnra cacmo 1 tor!rn bodies. This fS nanallv I wtte She. tOO, fOUHd them tO-
ft i?nV Tha of of a
at all It is orderinar the districts to Dav for them and tolri f t.a .,.Am.i.. ..-LjoUce lean that, ti turan..1
raise the monev bv real isx on nroTCrtv'. The district has no I mar varr from th ad - Mw i maid was net in her room that
ontionr the law in maridathrv. - I I I the nose, to rubbing the left ear I f"- " nuer denies reeeiv-
. z r-f . i . . : t i t .-. ji i tar a tint mM k. i
mm aiscovers cuts on the maid s
head and arm. She refrains
capita donation of Washington and California is far in ex- been recommended for the re-Krom telling the police. The
cess of that from this state. Virtually the whole burden of a cinder from the eye. """" Mronear roent are
' ' w I Vat mA. M . a. ' . & f ISB n tt TfaJ W eraaMBwaat m M a
r5 taHrridistr7i4 -t 8tate im: istu -
tag this additional burden, upon the districts, many Of which cinder remains in spite of tie c toana ontaide the window,
are not in shape to carry additional burdens. The Salem various manoeuvers. " s - - . Im believes they would have the
school district has over $100,000 of warrant indebtedness. 1 Removing cinders jnuity iwirty if- they could find
Rncrprtw has n sTmiLir tsrtr flnafSno- ort rVM-vnllM t4. Never use a hard substance in peron - whom the Bareness
A" rrr V , , I attempt to remove a cinder " summer ho.se. The
nyius w wtfiwHjiHeu irvm. , bucu a uurueu. ocnooi tu- from the eye. If you insist upon ts are called. Bim Questions
icvwia oucaujr iuom,tcu piuviue tcveuues iur scnuois, I nanaung tne eye, make sure yomr I boi ser aaawi. rea ap-
wiU have their problems increased under this burden, j." I bands are clean. u pe nxious. but Mary unper-
i Another fact: the state while makW scant contrihu-f " ! t&r better to go to the P" "" ? n.1la f n the
tion for local pducation has thrniKrh tf.o ?V rr. -aT, K,;fT I nearet physician, who will - re- Bnw rx wttnontft, A fis--rir
ior local eaucation, nas tnrougn the six per cent limita-lmove the obiect immii.irir appears at the window and
uon, aennitely raised the bar against local districts going! without any damage to the ere. dlamiear- Blm Investigates and
vcjrwuu tt cerk&ui marner in xneir levy Ot taxes. An addi-lJUnr serious and unnecessary I llDU e anuer in tne pantry. It
.wuat idtu, mc legislature iwo years ago put on tne scnooisi' " , T irwm neKlwMrnIi f V I
me nurnpn nr rrpo trfltisnnrtatiAfl Th& f n m u v.aa iU vanuB tur i
,f C.r ..rrir"!'1: u " tnis minor complaint r i j
."T a: mu u iiws un real properxy JUSt tne Same. tMany people rwho have chrob- CHAPTER XII
.! Ane, question is not simply one of whether free text-lIcan innamed1 eyes, are coni A subdued rustle went through
books are a good thing or not. That, in OUT judement. has! Uttt!T; trying patent eye wash-I the group; was as if everybody
been conclusively demonstrated ' Trw immMiito nm,.f 1 sa '. im not aavisahle. i It Is ai once let go breath. Walter
whis to tavfn; Hn iSS-rVi HJi mf(Iia5 5neStl0n; IS far better not to use any eye wash "d the sheriff exchanged glan-
7t H Vft br them. U nless the state is ready to increase without first consulting your s, the leave, of the little book
us tax to the public schools orprovide some other revenue Prsieian. I 3 rattled beneath Waiter's fingers;
me scnoois, we oeaeve tree textbooks should -be left! i ' or many iismiiy naray spoke sharply.
Following a party at Eagle's i and they'd had some words. N. aha .m I in Salem-'Amonsr his lmndJma. I Alto. California, i Mar it. io
body paid anr attention, bM I hom rrA i.t. .i.. I ta" was a verv bMn m.v.mIRs came back to end Ma i.
Lhe's of tea like that. Mary seemed j pression -changed into a look of labout the ot teachers' Bi-lth country and locality of his
la UtUe upset herself, though." j faint malice Blm had seen her I We- (Rer. Wire and his helpers flrt effective labors as a preach-
rnaxllnjr DleeJoauree r I wear when she told Walter that I " Ufc u uoin tent on the! c " missionary.
"When did vn aa tha .h1t Itha'maM. Jan, af t.. i. I camp 'ground for the- biahon'a I V m
Walter asked, resuming his ones-Iter room all night, n remember 1 and hd written, across the I Taer s appeared before ia
t kmlng- of the maid. something else that happened."! Mnt rge letters. "Bishop 1"" cwumn reference to William
. wws-ri r u n.., I aha be ran a jriritMi.i .1. 1 Taylor." He looked at it and aald. I Wayland Brooks, llarlon Mum.
it off and lay it on the chair br "u Ton jwant me to tell." ' f thm tint oPl res- rer wh( gre Bishop Taylor
the door. She a5 not Whang . "AU right, Imogene, let's hhTt f tee I ever had.") , most substantial aid in opening
it away because she dlda?! think "- V . V.. . "I11 missionary
they'd be staying. And it was "Well. It was In the evening I "'AT ' I wrr. wire eontm-1 -ainca. Tne writer was
iM .n .-Ti-tl. ZZZ I before dtnnr nn ir 1 es: One mornlnn . I ' went into (led to say that Ur. nv.
kitchen . j. , j because I'd finished Mrs. Hardy i tHlt carIr U see if 1 could be Bishop Taylor about 50.000 for
optional fwith the districts at least for a term of years tin- S Im1 , U 8810 remediea "It was a good honr after the
;t j:-.4.ia ;. ' x . wx jrcAijj, u"-1 Boric acid solution mar be nacd 1 irrnta laft i. v t -
financially ' T ' f t&C OTtvJf,n,5er f, ng i the lViTw itamS
uoauudujr . -. , . j I I eyes. ! Yellow ATlda nf mamRlMim. ... i- .- .
ointment is a familiar household hv.1t.iV '
eTTrydri?umnnawlaei3Ut yoa5Y?J"aJd III
every case It Is unwise , to tue t. tha if. iiMn
NOW that "IXctor Ingalla of the Corvallis Gazette-Uon of 7 phy. win. rBpe7"
limes 18 Safely about airain ftffPf an f.V A Aswwers ta Health Oiwt.i,
W a At a j!
w At-v. . vj. Kvery summer
Colds at the University j
wDoctorH Insralls of the HorvanT Horaffa.
Times is safely about azain after an ' m r v
xnnmps, he should turn his deftihand to the medical Instrtic
tion of the editor of the Orecron EmmM tk .f.wi.nf
scribe makesi rottia rnmmnf I
.j .souwmuz uib oiaie ui nesuni '
on the umyersity campus, and I we judge from his remarks 5nyon advise me what te
that there has been an outbreak of running noses and thick Zr? fl Wcoughs
heads and general malaise which attach lo colds, flund tiS? tneSghV1 ISoV go'K
la grippe. Here the remarks of the Emerald editors on Wp? I never lllm be
the aabject, and we wonder if they have-leen given the e t0 aTO,d wikness. - ,
scientific okey of the university medical school Sav tho - . 7" '
trom'hrn. i ' cwx. oays me , A. Tee. A lcal remed m
"Yon didn't sea. . Mrs. Frost
when she returned?" Walter in
quired of Em. . t
r . w. . wm r rjm a b bv sab v w.
ttarf the editor of the Oreson aSSCTS. ISSe S.'I.ta t W&'STC;
. . " buv tui vut axior
Ted.'' , !.-.:- -
"They dldnt leave I together?"
He. went ahead.. He'd been
i drinking too much and gone sour
Uln I see. Were yon
from the dressing?, room
than oace, ImogeneT"
and she'd gone down. Well.' the
more J fJa,nme" dressing room to right there since yesterday afternoon.-
uc.owmy room ana i neara a I some women remarked Bim
A hunt has been on t
T l roing on them wisely. "donTwalt 'ZTll raar. for the
rr' ."-V " i My window was open and aa was 1 meat ta v .VI- -I. 1 eiac' POt
dared, nattering her
by the door.
ene came la.
- May do." waiter . . mn
All right, then; how did
where thm ririuv.
house stood, and where he was
l? th? imm beloW nd 1 krd them jealous? hey know by tatultton
L?M. I oln !t othlng fierce. The what to eapect." mtumon 5urIML
. I could aee it any. Baroness and her maid it was," "Why. BimT atesied Em ..
I .TJL . tMa Wlia tnampn. I Walter shook his head over the v r BOW ow w
ttered. L "DM ran haar whf thlr.i. "r l""the house waa. and h
wfear.5S2 "ked Th have Ja'ne back- he ffSjit a
The -writer knows now where
slight interi rlnT tlatona wm
.ttaVL.l Pala-Uced-milTwho.; K i . wlUr now
. - . i feicniuij. wair ons enma. Al I anlnr mndA, rnu.o.t. I wi juri 1 urooKl rava R .
000 in aah -k.
relied. "After tonlrhl ran wfl v, Isldes contribntln atfiM..t
hnv . . Vi. . v i "v1"' I Ae? " " " oms- lonesa last night?" Walter began. .,or " musionary work in
. . 1 wu ftvti na a aoor siammea ana i "No air. uiin. f i i m
UIi. I - I dWnt hear any more." nrAu .f,to ."7v" I
"Certainly. At least wn. II Bim ts. rtri t.,- .. j .r "T: "'. 'uur"V
didat see her bring it because Ilously. She could not Imagine foend r xil 1 -Ti I Oregon ia 1852., a noor ,
v "fc11 1 was the low-voiced Jane raring "per- her hair, but that was" all. air " V nid u money in farm
In the kitchen but I suDDose It I fectlr awful" thonrh th ei. . ' B. - line and stock nuin. .v. TT
was her because she took ft ess with her insolent manner and Lha, rttVJl5 do hills. hesMea il..' ?
away.- . -i her dlsdalnfnl ir of i.i mmT. ".1 ""w "U,P valuahla H.v " V V"""
"MISS Allan took' thar ihawlT Lfnwi. W k.jrrr!:.,WB'u.B, : tia .1 i'.TTl
What time waa that?" . T that rtdStoWT welt " " t """ to m&riS. f.
w ' . I " .wa waasUM, aUa A UC1 DDL 1 " n 9 . UW UOAIU
WUHam Wayland Brooks earn e
.J0T 15 mM TiIm?KD8 was dismissed and recall that she threwnythtagT" of tla (BrokV) widow,
low do I know? A little before she left somewhat reluctantly, i T)ld ahe dischars-a Voiiv rM
I went to the kitchen and that Blm thought sheaay. "afST tinlrht vL eif a" short time aao th.
wwrten-thlrtr by the cook's "She's jealous of Jane." she ont?? ter tonight yon get wrltw Dellered
clock. Miss Allan came and fixed Itoltf them fa a lnlf.imntA ttr I -. . ' r: I tactat wlfh m.i. , .
Ithav Ita.. T.i3 c ' 5am" wm vm as they tamed upon "V" ,n The tact is that
kept 1 the other maid." , I her brief lr. . i .... I the first contact w. t
. - mm.w avsa, UUL lUk I aa " w nitMV VOT .
was OOinjC missionary
go nt on the terrace
changed her mind. .She!
walking ; around as If she
trytnr to- figure ont
and then she went on
noticed the shawl was rone.
Tfce Mbwlnsr link f
"Ton1 didn't see her take ft?"
"No. I didn't hot I saw ft
she was Walter nodded and the sheriff night. She has said thst
something brourht P a chortle. -Afraid the ttntes. but oil her temJSt
out) and I girl Jane's gunning for her Job. llshe never nt it. atr - P
mi nnp ntiui nimf . Irf-tL . you, jane?
I Rln liH no v 'v.... '
her lob very seHousIv. Mr. nr. w- v. UOtt l1
aronnd he when she went aeross I nolds. TNo, I wouldn't say ahe's nitekered A wa.- ru, ? ft,,
the terrace to to the rardesL" mnMraM abont . A v I ii IT?. was gone. But the .
" apnea on a cloth th
fected parts and greatly relieve
the Intense itching. For particu
lars send a self-adresed.J stamped
envelope, and repeat your ques
tion. : .. , ,,
Try nnfllnr th (ah--.
"Changeable weather and its usual epidemic of colds."
-While It la only natural to run out of doors without suffi
cient clothing at the first aign of spring, this practice is laraelr
j . V. .wuifc,a. vrpn winaows wnich canse
drafto to blow directly on a person are a usual canse for catch
ing COld !':.:.-'.. i , a .i ; : ' : ; ' . ..;
. , . ' i . . . I I1 " iraiiina; me tongue for-
Evidently the red flannel brigade is stronrfv pntrPTirh.lT holding it in that nodd
ed at Eugene; but we stand aside to let MDr." Insralls onen I Vf. ,ew moents. if thu
the eyes of the youthful writer to his gerxrl theor?f co?L StK lvtn!? 'w
T : I ' I S Try takrnr a
L. 1! "5 BJ" rA tonight it to ?f castor oil the night beforTsaii:
. i. . r wuw emergency there Is tolin- tal ngntiy and avoid llanids
necessitate its immediate constrsctloa 1. hard te see. Quoting Gov. I especially mUk and any fLo!i
Meier's message: "I recommend that yon attach the vUck ml t.iR 1 ooa
claase only to legislation where a real emergency exists" Of ronr '
v "-"- vuV Uu wouia prevent a referen-l m. t. q. What would
dum on this rotten measure. . , ) t , CQ -anse a . I
back Of the ear. IMnnnanl. V.I
Ramsay MacDonald made a poor bargain.. Ha nm Tntt.' - I stiffness and sain In tha, fc-v
. . - 4 J t . . t -. J 1. . . . .. " I . . . V.
i. winieu, aiuiuav. iuu ie. uauaai um 01 jau. - fsow Gandhi fall f r I lu" neaa ana neckT
uan vu mi ciiii Huiuua pxosram. ; taaependence is strong
wine: and when a people get a Uste they, want to drink the whole
"And the shawl waa bark when laomethlng elseometWnr' more I Z 7?7, ..L NT"
yon returned from the kftehew. I imnortant te w. , . I t," rt ft.um w
Did yew have more than one eon I' -What?' asked T?.mnM. I T 1TtT- . '
of eoffee. Imerene?- InnloVi-r iaa ni ... I J..?T .1 m , wondered.
. TI wmt mt of the dressfna- "Why whr .h7 SSri fw' 5nnlc ? Tejtod
room more than ten minutes.-1 "What to Important te a girl Ilkeishe laft tha ifhfv a .Wlr1 "
the maid retorted snfffflT. I IrTrr a v I a JP. library? And the cut i
" a - a a' lyvoo. . a a, a ran . awsnw w mr a . es
t i .'. n. .-.i : . ' iasaeo aerself. hadat thnmt
m. mum k er aitcr sn fluff! a net WOrsTer then. I to DlftnflAn th. ,
walker off fate tbe-garden. nntll Em mmMed. "Jane's only been JJem!?5f tWSJt?tS
work in San Francisco, whither
Brooks Lad gone to dispose of
some of his fine Pereheron
horses; and the relationship
lasted for 20 to 30 years, the
:000 te 13000 at n time.
t. i .i a Blor mP'ete atory "
win follow in this column at a
Of CU Oregon
Toww Talks from The Ctates-
man Oar Fathers Head
GOVERNORS STUDY WELFARE PROBLEMS
Wliea Minutes Oownt
pouncai enirencoments at Washington are a veritable
Illadenburg line. The senate has dug In on one -aide, and the pres
ident end the house on the other. It to doubtful if either aid
jus. ( iisnuai aaouc Meanunte mere is a legisla
tive stalemate. - -;. "
A This mar he dna to Mn.
ruis. Try to locate a noiKi
. . . . . - - -
Bwuic9 oi xniecuon. r f ;
SUFFERS lIEMORRnAGE ; I
mia jco. it Jg r-
ported that J. T. Myers has been
having a seriona hprnnnh,,. -
The ground-hor didnt do na a hai bini ratrJ mt. i v-the nose for several dm r..
did see his shadow. Six weeks more of the same wfll be heartily I of..tb. Slm doctors have been
welcomed. j : ; , I caUed to attend him. but h
;?nifr nnle to check
The Sunday nfght rally indicated that .erohfbiUen sentiment I MVds wtoh fwJf , Bhfel
ian'tead yet. even if this to the "hop center of the world", u peV nTi coLZ???
February 8, 10O0
one point. Mrs. TTarl Ttrii.V " w ana i about
"Ton know Pr. Kami v.-!r""iUC" Dy RIgby, Mra.
my brala about thai ver since kYt cllVZ? v ,L.F- ,AtwI11'
you stepped in here last nlLht ilYn???pleZ J'0! 'e nd
Mrchlef. She w.. t?e terracl " ,choI -
sfter Msry and Ted want . " .
saw her there talking to Bunnr U ia "Pended $48,.
Balrd. Then PettTTv .i L"7 "M? according to
on in and the Baroness nst toTaBint0mp!Ied1,,' DoaK
have Just sort of vanished. I'd -1, .1 Brt' UBtr were the
say she disappe?red"bout levei SSnf,?. ,.?end more' wltb
although It mlKht.Ji been excePUo Multnomah county.
llAfA f rase T aaa.s - 1 - , f.
about Tne 'tlme-b; TheT "if w?.! " deralle
hare been nearly half l A""'- K0 on burt.
va i nni v t e . i - 1 i
uoai Know i .. - . ..
wnere she went- either thon-h . "w.Tcr?ra ma lan train-
now I unnsoi it . . I ,n acnooi at Chemawa received
garden." ? w pupils, brought here from
"She eanM I sou in.
have walked -alonr tb
and reached through the door of
ins .room for the shawl i
it wa tnere at th time
SSer af AJhanrf" S ft l?' r a a X Eeltea (rejreseatlnx Croverner
ease problems ef mutual inter
est, particularly what steps cam
be takea by. the . various eon
inanweaiths -to avert 'periods of
depression. The dalezntts te
' tike conference shown 'are,
Case of Rhode Island. Gererner
' Roosevelt of New York, Gor
. ernor - Memn Larson - af
, Jersey. Stsad2ng,,Ieft te iright, J
: tik uvTciuor Sjeamaa ex
I New . Tork, Gererner Wilaor
Crees ef Connecticut, Charlea
Pinchot ef Pennsylvania) and
Governor Joseph, B. Ey ml
sachusettai The eerenth State's,
repees utalive at the conference,
S. P. Dnach, represeatinz Got
ernor White ef Ohio, is net ta
this gxoup photografta.
DALXlAS. eb. 2 rn vri..
evenlnr. mnr . . .
was out Just before Mrs. Frost re- j committee . of the Dallas Metho
inrned at eleven-thirty. OnivldUt church will nnn.,
l??n?. n?"ast T? ber. tit Uinment in which Mra. Walter
d fv"05 that one of JobMtoa. reader and impersona.
r r h! ierTat nt have tor will be the cUef participant.
0ae1i f ,ati tB Mr- Jonton has given two hun-
craraen: they nmt .n.v. t.4 .v .....
slaht- Of the person she went to More than three hundred la Ore-
was then that rrs f. v..m..i..
Allan, arrived. . fBrfada Mmicii t,nr,,.r. k.
txo Be Continued Tomorrow) '.local talent,