T H E F A L L S C IT Y NEW S. illir JfallH (iitu 11 Nnrnt the i T heart V of ? today. 'f r prV"',u ° 1 ha\ e i" no D. L W OOD & SON, Publishers. F o tr n A ** m ull « t 111» p.»H><tl« • 1 Ifell. CUv, I lk C.untT. lire*«». m ~).t « » A ,t ,,f vV n*tr*» 'I S l a r S 1 T«l< phone I87S. VwsOlfk«. 13. SoWriptWni R«!»»- Ono»*or. 11.00: ol* m ooth* 60 c v n ti, th ro » m onth*. SS « » U ! *iw«W 5 ct*. AdrtrUsui* Rotr*. l>i»ploy, IS i»«h v«*nl* olin»: For Sol«. Ront Eichenfr Want m l Toy Kntirtoiinneot So Mcee. 5 c u .a lio « * . Cord of Ttionk* » c u t e s * B u -in » .« N N otice*. !f* » t rut«». possession in that unborn day of grace. All else is in the infinite keeping of that Infinite Love that holds for me the treasure of yes terdav, the love that is higher! than the stars, wider than the sky. deeper than the seas. There is left tor myself, then, | but one day of the week today, j Any uian can light the battles of today. Any woman can carry j the burdens of just one day. Robert J. Burdette. Copy lor n«w oJ*. o n -lc h o u * » . «honld be *ent to The New* not inter tb «n W edne*day. OTTIC1AL DIRECTORY OF F A t U CITY 11. J . OrURn. M t y o r R M. W ondetly. C o u n ellm a B -o t-la » * e PhlU lpO oH fretd H. C. Brown. C. 1 Bradley I'«iune11men Congressman (. handler of New York and Congressman Copely of Illinois, P ro g ressiv es, announce their adherence henceforward to the regular Republican party. I. Q. S in g le t, h i . C. L. H o p k in s. K. A. T itus. C E. M cPherren A udllor on<1 Poll«» Jiulg W oltrr t Too*» Jr. City A ttorney Put M orphy. Marshal »nd W ater Supt. M. L. T hom pson. Treasurer Dr. P. M HellwArth. H ealth Officer. SPECIAL MEETING OE LEAGUE The Business Men’s League met Monday night to discuss the advisability of purchasing a num- j Tha C ouncil m eets In regular sessio n on th e flrsi her of copies of the Statesman'» M onday n ig h t ol each m on th, a t • SO o ’clo ck . It New Year’s edition. Mr. Dud th e office o l th e P alls C ity S e w s. ley and Davis of the Statesmai S a t u r d a y . D e c e m b e r 1 8 . 1915 were present ana explained the method. They propose to give a NEWS AND COMMENT section of eight pages to Polk County of which Falls City will TWO GOLDEN DAYS get one page. It was the sense There are two days of the week of the League .hat in this page upon which and ab'Hit which 1 oe set forth the possibilities i f never worry, two care-free days this section particularly in ttu kept sacredly free from fear and cheap logged-olT lands suitable for pasture and dair> ing. It was apprehension. One of these is Yesterday. concluded to take 500 copies and Yesterday with all its cares and ihen get subscriptions for as frets, with all its pains and aches, many more as the citizens see fit all its faults, its mistakes and to give. Mr. S blunders, has passed beyond the Mr. S* lig. u n d e r ti e head reach of my recall. 1 cannot, new husine-s s ugges ted t h a ’ a undo an act that I wrought. 11 of t he me mbe r s wh<* could p• -,-u canr.ot unsay a word that I said bl» get a ■ a> for a h-w days in on Yesterday. All that it holds ,he spring, t a k e t he ir pick a of life, of regret and sorrow. is | shovel and go o v e r t ! c ? i z r m in the hand of the Mighty Love and fill t he rut and drain it that can bring sweet waters out ¡wherever needed. i>y so do: g of the bitterest desert—the love the work of last y e a r could be that can make the wrong things preserved and t he road !>«■ made right, that can turn weeping into | in better condition next year, i laughter, that can give beauty All present thou ght it would i t for ashes, the garment of pi aise a good idea, for the spirit of heaviness, joy of ♦ the morning for the woe of night. Save for the beautiful memor- OaRdal- Items, ies that linger, sweet and tender R »■« Murphy vi*.i*d his j"a d like the perfume of roses, in the mother and unde lust Suod.iv. heart of the day that is gone. I have nothing to do with yester Jim R-binsoil has moved on t i e Tooze plae? wh»*r he will he " t a r day. And the other day I do not his work at the cement plant. Mr and Mr*. Waller Bnrnlmrt worry about is Tomorrow. To morrow, with all its possible ad and son Calvin attended the birth- versities, its burdens, its perils. ’ day party <d M Travis last Sat- its large promises and poor per- "rd«y. formance, its failures and mis- The Parent Tend nr.* meeting takes, is as far beyond the reach w.s .veil attended Friday; the of my mastery as its dead sister pupil* gav a short pi .gratnne —yesterday- Its sun will rise in after which Mrs N«al let Mr roseate splendor, or beyond a Mtuphv, the pr*v-i lent tak -ehar. mask of weeping clouds. But it Alter more 11 ,. :i «f im -i _ will rise. Until then the same topics being di-o n - t d tin-m»a i in» love and patience that held yes- adjourned to n. et again th - < mm terday, and holds tomorrow, Friday afternoon in January. Go Home For Christmas will soon be T HE here. holidays The time of hap piness and cheer. Your friends will be expecting you to come home. So will mother, father, sister or brother. L o w H o liday Fares Are available for the holidays. On sale between all Southern Pacific stations in Oregon Dec. 17, 18, 22. 23, 24, 25, 31 and Jan. 1. Return limit Jan. 4 . From Oregon to California points on sale Dec.22,23,24.25, 30, 31, Jan. 1st. Return limit Jan. 3d. Ask the local agent for fares, train service and other information, or write S O U T H E R N PACIFIC John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent, Portland, Oregon. I\nv" their -docks of flowers ntairly ||. ¡del 'll ill order to make beautiful 1« o,o< ttu« ■ ccn« of this w«d- din *. o f 11 pie.'idciit I'll«* Galt r«sl III. I d> i" i> virtually will become a con- it*,11 itaoir on th" night of th« ny. Th«l« will he music fur- 1 ii, 1 by a 1 mall orchestra assigned 1... , the membership of tho Marin« I id i>ui (he actual wedding march Only Immediate Relatives of the Couple to Be Present at the I I likplv to be played upon a piano by -1: Bertha l olling, one of Mrs. Gait s Ceremony— Honeymoon Trip to the South Is Planned— Galt Sisleln .% Orchids Mrs. Galt's Favorite. Home Where Wedding Will Be Performed to Be Veritable Mi iiilitr, which virtually will t * * 1 Conservatory— Marriages of Other Presidents Recalled. "auk <<f flowers, la to bn «reeled at the m *l end of the parlors of the real* j donee Tho bride to-be will meet th» president at tho foot 01 the stairw ay ! V - - ty-e in a hull without the wedding room, and will walk with him from there to the «It.tr front. Mis. Gelt will ca rry u bouquet of o n htds. which Mr. Wll* >11 found out lung a go to be her fs u n i t e flowers. She will be attired In a traveling gown T he ring will be a plain tol l circlet Inscribed with the the lull Inis of hrtde and groom. Mrs Edith Bolling Galt has been known for 11 good many yeura as one of the most perfectly gowned women In Washington. Shu la a handsotnn woman and a lw a y s dresses In exqul* Iu taste ll e r gow ns a lw a y s have I • u 1 ho- n with rare care aud almost perfect judgment F or « t o m e time V i s Galt has been busy In selecting I i* trow: <1111. being aided In this most i” 1 irtant work by her mother. Mrs. 1 lolli<. a woman of excellent discern ment Mrs. Galt's trousseau already k."i arrived ill Washington. Ita selec- ( n was a mutter of months and some uiirovcrslos arose us to what might 1 * called Its origin T he re were stories to Mu’ effect that French sup ply h o u r s resented supplying any thing through Gciipun American mid dle men Most or the stories were baseless, and It can be raid that al- 1110.t wholly Mrs Galt's wedding out fit Is of American origin. W ILSON AN/) ¿JX/D ? — s Resume White House Functions. I lurk uiul orchid are the pre- 10 * .uni" hue* In the gowns o f th* garet Wilson, the president'* oldest By G EORGE CLINTO N. bride to be. for, as has been said, (C op>rl*hi. 1916. W«ot»rn N»w*poi>»r Union i daughter; Mrs Francis Howes Sayre Washington.— In a small, unpre o f WUUamatowu, Mass., the president's e 1 It! arc Mrs. Galt's favorite flow- There arc traveling gowns, street tentious house. 1308 T w en tieth street, second daughter Mrs. W illiam O Me- • • n s , and evening gowns, the latter in this city, Mrs. E dith Bolling Galt, Adoo. the president's third daugh ter; widow, will be married Saturday, De Mrs. Anne l l o w e o f Philadelphia, the of which will he seen throughout the cem ber 18. to Woodrow Wilson, w id president's sister: Joseph K Wilson ol 1 i:i 111. wliitoi wlitin tho White House o w er and president o f the United Baltimore, the president's brother; Is to b«> reopened for a series of old- Mlsa Helen W oodrow Holies, the presi 1 t r u e entertainments The four great States. Not since the m arriage o f President dent's coualu. and several other close 1 •' ini r I'cptb is. which were omitted I , 1 winter, will be resumed, and there John T y l e r to Miss Julia Gardiner hav relatives of the pr«*jident’R family. Mrs. Galt, who, before her first mar w ill bo afternoon teas and many mu there been a wedding of a president riage was Miss Edith Bolling of Vir sical*. mark ed by such extrem e quiet and se President Wilson Is tho sixth presi elusiveness as is to be the case at ginia. has s everal brothers and ulstepi, all c f whom will attend the wedding dent of the United States to marry a this wedding which will Join the Wll son and the G alt families. President Mrs Gull's mother, Mrs. William II. widow. Washington. Jefferson. Madl- Boiling, is, living and m akes her homo ■ Fillmore and Benjamin llarrlaon T y l e r went to New Y o r k to be mar rled to Miss Gardiner and there at the v. ith her daughter, Mrs. Galt's sisters j married widows. In one or two cases who will bo in a endunco are Miss , tin- widow being the secoud wife of Church of the Ascension in the prei- Washington and the presidi nt. John T y ler and Theo ence o f only a handful of persons he Bertha B o llirg o Mrs. 11. II. Maur; of Anniston, Ala. dore Roosevelt each married the sec- took unto him self his second wife. At the coming wedding o f another presi Her brother.!, nil of whom will at- mid time but their wives had not be- dent of the United S tates there will be tend, arc lohn Hai tolpli Bolling. IthJi- \ fore been wedded. It Is not necessary to speak of present no persons except those o f the ard \V. Be iug, Julian D. Bolling, all ,rgi> Washington a marriage. The Immediate families o f the tw o con of Waubin on: It. E. Bolling o f 1'anu mu and Dr. W. A. Bolling o f Louis " irhl knows o f his courtship, engage- tracting parties. nu nt nnd wedding. Ills love was “ the Only one cabinet officer. Mr. Mc- vIUc. Ky. T o Avoid Big Crowd. ” id, Curtis." T ho m as Jefferson, at Adoo, w ill witness the ceremony, and Up to th. very hist moment It is lb - home o f a friend, John Waytes. he not by right o f his official position, but because he is the son-in-law o f the probable thut the e x a c; hour of the 1 t Martha Skelton W ayles' widowed ■ !'(• r She was a beautiful worn- president, h avin g married Mr. Wilson's wedding cerem ony will be kept a se , .1 .m l much sought after, but Jsf youngest daughter. When Grover cret. T h e de ni e is to pre vent t h e ; Cleveland w as married in the White gathering of a huge crowd about the | : ferson finally won her heart. Beautiful Dolly Madison. House to Miss Folsom, the wedding Gait residence. A . soon us the cere-1 It I : possible that Dolly Madison, party w as a small one, but included mutiy is o ver and the members of the In it were members o f the president's family have congratulated thu bride ' th" wife of President James Madison. In a way, better known to Ameri cabinet and several other high officers and groom, tie* new ly married 0 9 m cans than any other wife o f a presi- o f government. President Wilson and Rill h ave for the Eouth on a honey ’ exi cpt, of course, Martha W ash Mrs. Galt have decreed that their moon trip which probably will last un union shall be wholly a family affair. till the lirst w. ok iu January. The j ington. president and hi ! bride must be bach 1« h i T y le r was murrled twice, the Relatives Only to Be Present. I tlni" while he was president Mrs. Galt will be attended by her In Washington bofo* i January 7 in or 1 v i • • • w as i**i it la Christian. sister, Miss Bertha Bolling of this der to act as host and hostess at a - i i Iu tong1 I to one o f the old faml- city Even with the gu ests limited to great, reception to be given in the the members o f the families of the W hite Hou •! to the Pan American re p Ii« . of Virginia. Mrs. T y ler bore the prcxldcnt nine children. Just before president and his bride-to-be the* c a resen tat i v i * in the capital, and. more pacity of the parlors in the modest over, b e f u s e congress by that time her husband w as elected vice presi- d nt of the United Htutes Mrs. Tyler Galt home will be taxed, for both the will have reconvene 1 a lte r the Christ principals ha ve many close relatives. mas holidays and Mr. Wilson must be j I d a stroke o f paralysis, and a short ba< k at hh> d is k . time a fter he succeeded William Hen- T o witness the ce re mony and to T he W hite House conservatories j I Harrison ns president she died, the give congratulations to the newly mar ried ones these persons, among other and several o f the private eonserva d' ath oi 1 tirrlng In the W hite Housir. T he s<*( ond winter after tho death kinsfolk, will be present: Miss Mar- torles of the city of Washington will of Mr T y le r the president met Julia, ll> datichter of a Gardiner who lived on 1111 island In Long Island sound. T | p id'nt fell desperately In love 1 lb ■ vuiing woman and soon they In hi • « iigagcil and wore married n U IS qu'ctly ' the Church of the Ascen sion In r-'ev York city. T i n Cleveland Marriage. Grover Cleveland did not marry un til rl Into In life. He married Fra 1 Folsom, the daugh ter o f his la in r, whom he had known when lie was a little girl at an age when she had called him ‘‘Uncle Clove Mr Cleveland nnd Miss Fol- uii v i " married In the Blue room at 1 the White House. Fur 1 im" lim e It was thought that Pi "«!■ ' nt Wilson would be married ! In the White House. For some reason or other people look It for granted that ''r s Oalt would prefer a cere mony ni the e xecutive mansion. From the point of view of womnnklnd It II * ningly Is a compelling thing to be able to s; <*ak o f a White House wed- illn t as one o f tho participants. Mrs. Gait however, held to the thought that, a v cman should ho married In her o. a h *mo rstlier than In that of her husband Hhe did not believe In breaking the American home prece- dent In such matters, a world's prece- (But in fact Washington generally con "Ies th.it s'ie showed good taste In her quick determination that her own house should be the scene of the wedding. 'l bo wedding pf tho president o f the United .States to Mrs. Galt will be In d e t a i l s n d surroundings n most simple ait tlr. It will bn I11 keeping with trn- d * ial American simplicity In case* d "no dsre say It?— where tha 1 id»* 111 the groom have passed be* H om s of Mrs. Galt, Wher* th s Csrs.nony Will P erform ed. ) Olid the stage o f youth. K GALT WILL BE S a tu rd a y , D v c tm U r IS, 1HW» profeoetonal Carte PH Y SICIA N F. M . H E L L W A R T H PHYSICIAN AMD SURGEON O lfica olio d o u r c a s t o l P. 0 . OttUtt i m i n i , 'I t t i ! !U.alili MI O I hO||t> .Ito» Fa ll » ‘ Ity, Or igl il i CHIUnriiAtTIC DR. W. L. Holloway CHIROPRACTIC Will beat rail* i'll* Moot MONDAY, WKi'NMUAY ana FRIDAY Allftnuun* (Mb V „ t . B uötikw Harte > HOTEL 6HINDM E N T S G. L. H A W K I N S M ARBLE AND G R A N ITE MONUMENTS D a lla s , O regon r t ’NEKAI. DIRECTOR R. L CHAPMAN Funam i D im etta Wo •Hood 6 a all week promptly. Dolio* a a d Fallo City. Or PRUNR Ol Z\K ©regon C W. M i t t h a w l , P r o p r i e t o r “V P * i » a 1ST Zh c lite b o C H A I. M IX . P h u pn ibto r TRY OUR CHRISTMAS CANDY HARRI NGTON Get your butter wrappers print ed at the News office. China is a monarchy r Yuan Shi Kai is King. Europe is not enthused over th&to Ford Peace movement; neither are the American Munition plants. \ The Berlin papers accuse Pres ident Wilson of having incited an anti-German feeling in the United States. * Henry Ford of automobile and “Peace” fame is mentioned as candidate for President of the United States.