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THE FALLS CITY MEWS.
(Ehr f a l l i i (£iti| Nrum
WOOD Jk SON.
K n trre e u • 4 ». Mil i u n m a ll a t 16« p t a t o lf ln
a t K a lla l Ity IV Ik C ouatjr. O rv *o a. u u .U r t b .
Act at L V i i j r m of M *rvh 1 1ST».
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Panama-Pacific International Exposition
Iprofcoolonnl G atto
Wonderful Exhibits From A ll Lands Show the
World’s Best Progress
W. B. Officer, M. D.
P H YS IC IA N
Phyelolan and S o r g t e n
office over Ttiniut-aou'a drug »lore. Mu
lual i-houa ivi I-borní Night Call 4-41
Newt Office. M.
S ubscription R a tta : Otta soar. 11 00. f t aw atko.
50 canta, throe m onth*. 25 cen t*, tin a ia envy. 5 e ta
AJvurtUing Ratea: Duplay. 15 canta sa Inch
Ruslm-s* N o titi». 5 canta a lina. Fur Sal*. Rant.
Saettante. Want ami Pay Sntertalnmant No-
Notice», legal rata».
Copy tor new ad», andchaugeashould bo tent
to The New» sot later than AVcdneoday.
o ffic ial directory
or FALLS CITY
F. K. Hubbard. Mayor.
T. D. Hollowell, Councilman at Large
W. T Grier.
C o u n c ilm a n
C. L. Hopklus.
R. A. Titus.
H. G. Strayer, Auditor and Police Judge
" alter L. Tooie Jr.. City Attorney.
W. P. Lewis. Marshal and Water Supt.
M. L. Thompson. Treasurer
J. J. Sammons. E n g in e «
Dr. F. M. Hellwarth. llA lt h Officer.
From Beginning to End Magnificent Panama Pacific International Exposition Will Abound With
Superb Educational and Entertainment Features.
By H AM ILTO N W RIGHT.
U B construction of (lie vast
Exposition at Sun Km in Ucn
wgg 03 per cent eouiplelvd
three months hefore the <>|ieiilii£ day.
on Fab. 20. 1015. The early install«
Uon o f thousands o f ton« o f rare ami
costly szhlblts from all part« o f the
globs and the participation o f forty of
the world's great countries hats n««ur
ed a celebration that will tie unrivaled
In Its splendor, magnitude, Interest aud
From Its opening until Its close, on
Dec. 4, 1015, the Exposition will
•bound with original features collect
ed at an expenditure of uiauy millions
of dollars. It will present a crocs «»•»•
Uon o f human achievement The Pan
VlicJCouncll meets in regular seaslon on the first
Monday evening of each month, at 7 OS o 'c lo O
i n the office of the Falla City News.
Fraudaci! In a single day. and. far In fare vvurk »vili, for example. «ee In
advance o f Ita o|>culiig. thè FvpoxIUon thè Pala ce or Milieu un exhlldt threo
limi createti ali unprecedciitod Ijitervet ((¿urtila of un acre tu ex^eut, lllus
ttiroughout thè world, aud IU upctilug (rating thè ma liner In whtch thè
lurgcst Steel t oi p u n ì I loti tu thè World
" s s eugerly awatted
In ke»-n competitive e » bibita thè re ls cuilnu for und plau» to stili fur
"H I ho preseultsl uioru tlmu NO.OUO sin ili» i udvatice ihe welfart* of Ita em
In Ilio Pubico o f Educatimi
gle exhlblts ami grulli»» of relatcd ev I idoyeo*
hildts purtraylug thè resulta o f thè I itlcy »vili he lutereste»! Ili a greut
l'nlltsl States g<>» emuli-ut exhlblt-
vvorld's best e (Torta In r e c a i jears.
The gruit wur In no way lina (limiti
Thls wondelful Ex postumi, piosent
ed ut un mitlay of more thiin $»¡0,000,- ) ishisl (he prò«peci of utteudnnce ut
U0O, cekdiratee a contcui|H>raiusius die Kxpoaltton, ami thousuud» «>f
thè building o _____
f Ilio Pana Americaiis »»III for Ilio tirai tlLue co
ma canal, aud all ealilblls Ihnt aio t-u I J»>y thè educative irli» aerosa thidr uu
ter*»! f»ir competitive avvimi »vili be Uve land. A fle r thè ootbreak of ihe
Itmse thut bave b»«-ii mlglnaled or pio > «iittlct thè nuuiber of couventloua «le
»Incisi «luce thè gr-at l.milslana Pur | *-l»ltug to ni»**,t In San I-reuelsco prò
chase Exposltlou ut St. t.miìs teli yoars t**»r!• >mi(tdv ln*re.ise»l
Oli*1 »»f thè
ago. The posslble ex-eptlon lo thU u» l Impoitanl of Un» assemblila«-«
rulo "111 t*r whero eurller éxliltdta a r e 1 «IH h»y thè tuteruutloual engineering
P H YS IC IA N
F. M. HELLWARTH
PH YSICIAN A N D SURGEON
Ollice one door east of t\ O.
O ffice en ti
Kealrieiice * IIOOII «»Ho
Kelle M l f .
BUOlllCM G atto
S a t u r d a y . F e b r u a r y *». 1915
“ Provincialism is not morality.”
says Dr. Frank Crane. “ Many
conscientious people feel
whatever is different is immoral.
“ To many an honest villager
and farmer the city is a sink of
iniquity. The unconscious ground
for this conviction is simpiy that
so many things are done in cities
to which the rural dweller is not
“ I find a very common expres
sion o f opinion among those of any
nation, section or race, that those
of another are quite loose in mor
als The English think the French
are libertines, and the French
think the English are hypocrites.
Methodists i m a g i n e shocking
things o f Roman Catholics, and
the latter can curdle your blood
with accounts of the vileness of
A church member
in Kansas looks upon a German
sipping beer to music in a garden
as on the toboggan slide to moral
“ I would define real morality
as that principle in a soul which
respects the sanctities o f life,
maintains loyality in love, seeks j
and enjoys useful daily work,
subjects all desire to judgement,
subordinates'personel to altruistic
motives, abhors dirt, is stern to
wards self, and lenient towards
Whenever you find a
principle working these works in
a man, you have found morality,
whether the man be white, yellow
Christian or Mohammedan, con
sumer o f grapejuice or of pump-
G. L. H A W K I N S
M A R B L E A N O G R A N TC
M ONUM ENTS
O a l l a s , O re g o n
F U N E R A L DIRECTOR
R. L. CHAPMAN
We attend le all wert» promptly.
Dallaa and Falla City, Or
Photograph courtesy San F ra n cisco E xa m in er.
THE MOTHER OF LINCOLN BEACHEY. FROM THE TOWER OF JEWELS. 435 FEET ABOVE THE
EARTH, AT THE PANAMA PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, WATCHES HER SON
LOOP HIS ONE THOUSANDTH LOOP.
When Lincoln Beachey. a sou o f San I in noise«, on the occasion of It!» ho no, ..inlng after breitklng all « « r id re»’
ords as a daredevil looper of HDD loops, performed two entirely new an-l death defying stunt« over Itie complete»!
palaces o f the .Panama-Pacitic International Exposition It was hi« aged mother who for the Unit (line waved him
on to fresh achievement« Mrs. Beachey held a place of honor, 435 feet up In the air, on the-tiptop of th»> won
derful Tower of Jewels. 1 rum this aerie «he wu* able lo watch every erratic move of her daredevil son. stu
d ied out only once. That « a s when he
wrote the figures “ l«o o ' against the clouds, high above the two tulles
of completed exhibit palaces, sigull)< out of the looping of hi- one thousandth loop.
ama canal la today open and doing
business on a far vaster scale than «jos
predicted for it, and the Exposition,
which celebrates the opening of the» u
M l, Is today revealed as the greatest
manifestation of national a- bio» eluent
In American history. Here will be a
neutral ground where even nations en
gaged In warfare will display on n
scale never before equaled their prog
res» In the arts, Industrie« aud
Within three months before the open
lng of the Exposition as nanny n- ¿.000
tons o f consignments had readied Sun
shown to Illustrate the evolution of the
processes of manufacture— as, rbr ex
ample. a display of a model o f the Unit
cotto» -„-In In conui-ctlon with the mar
velous equipment Into which it has
Many o f the displays will be espe
cially adapted to study by tile dele
gates to great mi t Iona I and Interna
tionnl congresses and conventions, of
which more than 800, embracing al
most every phase o f human activity,
have voted to meet In San Francisco
Delegates to the congri-sses
Interested In social progress and ««-I
The Improvement Club just or
ganized this week is a step in the
right direction. The idea is not
to boost real estate or propotty
values, but to bring about changes
for the good of the citizens and in
duce capital to invest in enter
prise« and industries needed in
this community. Any thing (hat
can be accomplished for the benefit
of the public generally will l»enefii
individuals. Every citizen should
work in harmony with this club
and help to land some of the much
A Contest "promotor” blew into
Falls City Friday morning and
edeavored to explain how a con
test would cause the elusive dollar
cha3e itself into our strong box
He and “ 1” would buy an auto
mobile, pul it up as a prize and
a fte r the contest halve the receipts.
We told him that as there was
likely to a considerable amount of
rain yet this spring we objected to
be shorn to closely, He appeared
greatly pained and departed for
t-M u a a u 1
congress, at which Its distinguished
< bull-mini, Colonel George W (Joetbuls.
i be foreign participation will bs
C W M a t t h e w s , P r o p rie to r
notably The nations ure not attempt
ing to show eier.vthlug that they pro
'luce, but will lay especial emphasis
upon tli*»»»; products In which they ex
cel. In the Danish display, for exam
pie, will be shown prodiuts of Uie
Iloj'ttl Danish porcelain factory at Co
penhagen. Japan In her exhaustive ex-
lilbit will »ltsplay priceless works of
art, loaned by direction o f the Imperial
household and ninny o f which could
not be duplicated. From Italy will be
shown historic painting« of the old
masters, hitherto never exhibited In
America In the originals. From Chilis
there have reached Sun Francisco so
lections o f exhibits collected under the
supervision o f the governors of the Chi
nose provinces. Bure silks aud sutfus,
carvings, luluy s o r t I d the precious
metals, exhibits o f the transportation
methods employed In the old Chins
C H A M . M I X , P m u h iib t u m
and the modern methods used in the
awakening republic will be shown.
New Zealand will make a marvel
«Us exhibit o f Its rare woods, o f Its
fleeces, of Its superb scenic charms
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A largo number o f rare giant tree ferns
from New Zealand will lie found
growing on the Exposition grounds
The Argentine Hepubllc early set
Notice to News Subscribers
«Hide it Inrger sum tliau uny ever ap
propriated by a foreign nation for rep
A b l u e -p e n c i l orose m a r k o n thle
resen tat Ion In an Amerlcau exposition.
n o tloe m a a n i t h a t y o u r eu becrlp *
The modern cities of Argentina, the
tlo n to T h e N e w t hee e x p ir e d e n d
schools, churches, libraries, the great
neede fix ing
D o It n o w
live stock and agricultural Interests
will be extensively portrayed, and the
mutual Interests of Boutb America Hnd
North America will be emphasized In
almost every conceivable manner.
From Routb Africa will he shown dia
mond exhibits and methods of extrac
tion. The magnificent Canudiun dis
plays will review not only the widely
known agricultural wealth, but will
Illustrate the scenic charms of the
great Dominion, o f snow clad moun
Ilootn 10 Nat. Hank Building
tain peaks, o f farreachlng forest, of Í Phone 453.
Inland lakes In chains or sliver and
rushing mountain streams.
S. B. Taylor
“ THE END OF THE TRAIL," PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL
EXPOSITION, SAN FRANCISCO, 1915.
This photograph shows .Imu
Earle Fraser’s superb pic«-« of statuary,
“The End o f the Trull." nl the I'anuma Pacific International Exposition. More
tbsn 800 beautiful sciilptm- ■* me shown at the Exposition, the w oik« of
famous sculptors of tin d ly
In addition to the sculptures shown out of
doors, thousands of bi d
» o ik « of art are presented In the great t’ alace
o f Fins Arts.