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THE TALLE CITY NEWS.
D. L WOOD &. SON.
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should ever liecome expedient for
party and do not pose as a Ke- a nation, or alliance of nations to
publican. and tiien betray the attempt an invasion of the United
Suites, i and who now can author
itatively state that it will not?), if
day ever comes, in what
k lK A L MIKE TAPPERS
manner will we bo prepared to
Moral crusades have been un-
jdertaken without effect against meet the emergency ?
Th« Bread Question
(the Peeping Tom o f the rural
’ ’ By wo. 1 moan most espocially
telephone. Sermons have been
'preached without result. The wo at the portal o f tho Inland
hanit persists in the faee o f all Empire. For of all points o f at
efforts to put a stop to the nui tack on American soil from tho
sance. A disheartened party Pacific Ocean, the Columbia River
liner writes in despair to the New- is tho most attractive for the very
berg Graphic complaining that he soundest of military reasons. We
can have no secrets from his have spent millions o f dollars
I ALLS C ITY
O rriC lA L DIRECTOR Ï
neighbors. The spy in Europe teaching Orientals to oat broad.
H J.tiU lBo *M»j
' who steals the w ar secret is shot. Europeans taught us.
R M. W.m.hrlv, uuucUm^ti
‘ The common thief is sent to north are vast stands o f timber,
0 . W. Brentner.
Georg« C. March
prison. But the .purloiner o f very valuable as building material
¡telephone conversations cannot but poor fodder for man or beast.
1 . G .8 ,a g M o n .
C !.. Hopkins,
; be taught that it is as wrong to To the south is tho citrus belt.
N . Selin.
Judge steal a conversation as a coin.
Armies might enjoy grapefruit,
C. E. McPfcerren, Auditor und P»
Walter I*. Toojto Jr City Attorno:
Thus the victim ’s g rie f is told. oranges and lemons for appetiz
Put Murphs Marshal »n d Water Supt.
! Out o f a bitterness that must ing. but it is questionable whether
M. L. Th.
Dr F. M. Ho
' have been wrought o f sorry trial they could fight on a steady diet
The Council meat» tu regular session on the ».r>v j he hints at such punishment as o f citrus fruit.
But straight up
Monday night oleaehm outh, ai « » o 'c l o c k , tu
he office o f the Fails City News.
how is the culprit to be appre- water grade, lies the great wheat
S a t u r d a y . J a n u a r y 29, 1916
Ihended? How can the evidence belt o f the Northwest, where,
!>e fastened upon the most per once established, an invading force
NEWS AND COMMENT
sisten t offender? Even if the could grow fat and prosecute a
i suspect goes about the commun- campaign with astonishing com
A D lrrtK tN C t
j ¡ty telling the wire secrets o f his fort.
Evidentally the sheriff at Seat- neighbors :iie evidence would be
“ Realizing this, and it is incom
tie is an unsofisticated neophite impurely circumstantial. He might prehensible that people should not
else he would have known that pjeaj t|iat someone told him that realize it, the question confronts
the law prescribing the amount . someone told someone else who us, what shall we do about it? To
o f liquor each individual should I |ia(j jearnej f r0m someone who this question: there is to my mind,
have in possession was not m- ;,.uj boen informed by someone but one answer.
tended to opeiate against the j ejse thut Lem Jones was about to
Block the Qamo
rich. He probably was under j marry Sue Smith. Then, who
“ It is essential that this acces
the impression that laws were tapi>ed the wire?
sible entry to unlimited forage be
made for rich and poor alike, b
No, the matter is not one for
effectively blocked, that the very
he was quickly disillusioned
variation. A law against lis-
thought o f invasion of the Co*um-
That which is sauce for the gan
over the wire would pro-
1 >ia basin should be made ridiculous
dor would be extremely saucj vide no dequate remedy. Edu
The method by which this may be
for the goose.
cation h cing failed to establish
c.cco nplished is being successfully
» code c ' morals, but onô aller-
demonstrated to the whole world
main. Human ingenu-
AS THE EDITOR SEES IT
y the coast line o f Germany.
ity must step in. In the city the
“ Dreadnoughts a r e needless.
problem nas i
Opportunity of a Community.
Germany's dreadnoughts are bot-
in the partic-
The farming interests o f this The bei I ring;
tled up in the Kiri Cana1. Citizen (
community cannot place too much
old ¡cry is needless. Germany’s |
This, o f cou se, would not
emphasis upon the advisabdity
-oldiors are effecting invasions,
r'e the problem in the country
and necessity o f making every
i,ot repelling them. Big guns are
ere “ wire tap ping” has be-
foot o f ground productive to the
incidental; they would be unwieldy ;
[come a habit. Persistent curios-
against fast ships. On none o f |
With nearly the whole o f Eu i' . would take the worst offen these things does Germany de-[
rope unproductive there will be a ders to the line whether the bell pend, and yet the greatest fleet j
tremendous demand made upon a re or not. Some o f them,
the world ever saw has not even i
America for food stuffs in the suspect, would be at the instru attempted to attack Bremen o r !
months to come, and this demand ment every five minutes seekingi Hamburg, in which harbors the
must be met or those people will to intercept a message. Y et the i merchant ships o f the enemy na
city system suggests an idea.
tion are securely reposing.
I f the telephone can be made
This does not necessarily mean
Basis of Security
that America will be called upon to call only the party that is,
efficiency in coast de
to feed Europe gratis. Europe wanted, perhaps it can be made ,
itself in such cun
to repel those who are not want- ■
will pay in gold for what it gets
fields that even
ed. I f three rings call Jones an ;
from us. dollar for dollar.
has no de- i
A duty and an opportunity con ’automatic attachment that would |
turn a strong electric edrrent into i
Duty demands that we produce Smith's receiver would break the!
Smiths o f the listening habit very
to the limit, that the hungry
q> ;ly. The current might be
across the water may be fed.
“ And if that method is effective1
gauged just short o f the voltage
Opportunity knocks at our door,
required for electrocution—al against the mighties naval power j
in that there will be a ready
though not too far short. I f our on the earth, allied with th“ fleets
market at high prices for every
electrical geniuses cannot perfect o f three o f the Great Powers, all
ounce that we can sell. Even
this plan or one o f a similar na jxissessing naval bases within a
now the hand o f Europe is out
ture. then we fear that the woes few hundred miles o f the German
stretched across the water for
of rural party liners are hopeless. coast, then how great security
could we not expect from its in
It is an opportunity tor the
ception at the mouth o f the Colum
building up o f this agricultural
bia river! And it is perfectly ap
community, for the enriching of
parent that we must have a Naval
our people, for an influx o f for
BaSe at the mouth o f the river
eign gold such as we have never
for a fleet o f battleships, scout
boats, mine layers, submarines
For Europe must eat, and to
F. C. Harley, Chairman of Astoria and destroyers to complement the
eat Europe must buy the food |
Comaiitlee, Gives Emphatic
stuffs we have to sell.
Tho Interior Should Respond
Let every foot o f ground pro
Op nion on the Subject
people o f Portland should
duce something for the financial
this need, as should the
weal of this community.
Astoria. Ore. Jan. 27. (Special) entire Inland Empire, and should
F. C. Harley, the man who is lead back us in our efforts to assure
The Hepuolican Central Com
ing the naval base campaign, has ourselves o f an iron-ribbed pro
mittee met in Dallas last Satur
carefully thought out the question tection in case of any possible
day and did considerable resolu-
rrom many angles and today gives contingency. It is not a matter
ting. Resolutions are all right if
the people o f Astoria o f the Colum ot ‘ pork-barrelling.’ Rather, it is
backed up by AC TIO N
bia basin his candid views thereon. a case o f the common good o f the
thing to do is to do something
Pacific coast and the United States
and talk about it after you* get
“ I am not an alarmist. I antici As the point o f the greatest dang
results? There is no use in 1>.
pate no immediate invasion o f this er, the throat o f the Inland Em
longing to the Republican part.» i
nntry in general nor this coast pire should be most thoroughly
and then vote the Democ: ati<
in particular, but since the un- and
ticket, which some in thi count\ j
| heralded, and, to the man in the against attack. And furthermore,
have done in the past, if el
.treet, unsuspected outbreak of it must be!”
returns prove anything. G
hostilities a year ago last August,
and see to it that good Republi
inveiling as it did secret alliance
cans are nominated and then
li ter secret alliance, preparation REGISTRATION CLERK DISMISSED
vote for them, insist that the\ , ; i ter preparation, 1 am very far
Salem, Or., Jan. 24.— Because
live up to their pledges and ex- -ram
of he made many errors and om-
ecute the law, ieganJiessot P> ij Ig0,^l people who dwell in mental missions in registrations, Emmett
E. Arrell o f Aumsville, was re
lie or private opinion. It you
d m„ ral socurjty. please God,
lieved o f his duties today by
want to vote the Democratic I wa w jij jmVe no War. Hat if it County Clerk Max Gehlhar.
o f th e
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