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OFFICIAL DIRECTORY OE FALLS CITY
H J. G u ilin , Mayor.
K M. W .inderly, C ou n ctlm an -at Larga
C W. B rentner,
George C . March,
Q I B radley,
CoUMCilmtD
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C. L. H o p k in s,
N. Sell»
,t E. M cPherren. A uditor and Polina Judge
W alter L. T oore Jr.. C ity A ttorney
Pat M urphy. M arshal and W ater 9up t.
M. L T hom pson. Treasurer
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S a t u r d a y .
F ebruary
5 , 1916
dom over our person, went. We
do know that it took two strong
men with snow shovels ten min­
ute* to dig us out of the drift. . .
. . Skiing is said to be a sport.
It is. It is a great sport—for the
spectator. We can think of no
greater pleasure than to watch
our worst enemy try a pair of
skis for the first time. —The Amer­
ican Boy.
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TO GIVE HOSPITALS
IN EVENT OF WAR
Two Institutions lire Pledged
by Mrs. E. T. Stotesbury.
NEWS AND COMMENT
It is reported that a druggist at
Marshfield is selling booze in
tablet form. A small tablet dis­
solved in a glass of w ater brings
about the same hilarious condi­
tion as ’’.three fingers” of fight­
ing whiskey.
FALLS
S aturday, February 5, lupi
CITY N E W S .
p ro fe s io n a l d a rte
“Th e Road of A Thousand Wonders
Pledge Hae Been M ade Through Penn-
•y lv a n ia W o m en ’a Division F o r N a ­
tio n al Preparedness. R ecently Or­
ganized In P h iladelph ia— Fou rth Of­
fe r of Em ergency Hospitals Mads.
Philadelphia.—Tw o hospitals, one In
the city and one In the country, with a
combined capacity of two hundred pa­
tients. bare been pledged by Mrs. E.
T . Stotesbury for public use In the
event of invasion or national calam ity.
The pledge has been made through
the Pennsylvania Women's D l\ lsion
For National Preparedness, recently or­
ganized here. I t is the fourth offer of
emergency hospitals to ba made to this
organization In tbe last few weeks,
Mrs. A rchibald Barklle. Mrs. Alexan­
der V an Rensselaer and Mrs. J. G ard ­
ner Cassatt harin g offered the use of
their homes to the division.
In a letter to Mrs. George W. Childs
Drexel. chairm an of the division. Mrs
Stotesbury said: " I w ill gladly give a
unit and would choose as my particu
U r field of responsibility a hospital In
SKIS
Did you ever live in a commun­
ity where the people were addicted
to skis? Maybe you have. May­
be you own a tame pair of your
own. And then again possibly you
don’t even know what they are.
Skis are long, narrow strips of
wood, turned up at the toes, with
a strap in the middle to hold your
foot and they have a spirit of evil
running through the whole length
of them. We were inveigled into
trying the things. To our ever­
lasting regret we admit i t The
idea is to walk to the top of a nice,
smooth, snowy, slippery hill, put
the things on, take a pole in your
hand, and slide down. Um..........
Well, we walked up all right, we
even got safely to the place where
we pushed off with the pole.
Then, all at once, the top of the
hill seemed to jump away from us,
and the bottom to come surging
up at us. We felt in our stomach
as if somebody was trying to
move it up near our front collar
button. And we were going! My
goodness, how we were going!
We said it was a nice smooth hill,
didn’t we? It w’as when, we
walked up, but somebody had j
meddled with it before we started
to come down. There were waves
and swells and gullies and every
time we struck one, our right ski
showed a desire to travel west, j
while the left one wanted to g o 1
due north. It was disconcerting.
Most of the time we wabbled. One
Photo by American Presa Association.
ski got tired and wanted to ride
MB*, a . T. STOTaSBCBT.
on the other one. In our heart we 1
knew we never would get out of
« d one ta the country, l think
,
..
. , ,
I co uld safely undertake the responst-
the scrape alive. And then, right blllty of caring for 200 patients, so put
ahead of us, loomed up a hum- me d°wn Tor that and whatever ex­
mock.
It was the highest
hum- ; pe^
V ltvw? ! ? entf H 1
tntiMT
,
e
,
undertake Indoor duties than to ran
mock we ever saw, and there I « motor.”
wasn’t a chance to dodge i t We Dr. C lara M arshall, dean of the Wo­
Medical coUege, has made ar
muttered good-bye to ourself and men's
raugements by which women so deslr-
kepton determinedly—very deter- lng It may be trained In the work of
minedly. Nothing short of a col- f lm a,d- d,et
and other ad-
Mon with a locomotive could have
stopped us. Swoop we went up tbe women desiring to take it up.
the side of the hun n e c k — and in Mr*- E T ' stotesbury was formerly
Mrs. O liver Cromwell of Washington
a „ „„'iiiVnaFli
millionth part of a „ second j we and
was married to Mr. Stotesbury in
discovered that the thing quit sud- Janu ary. 1012. with Impressive serv-
denly at the top. The other side l,'es wh‘ch were "te n d e d by a number
, __ _______ . .
i of notables.
H er first husband was a
W a s a miniature precipice. May- , Iiromlnent yachtsm an and died In De-
be it was four feet down, but the «-ember. 1909
four feet happened all <jf a sud-1 Kor year8 8he had bwn P«>«lnmUy
IdenUfied with society life in the capi­
den and violently. Later ve tal and also with Its philanthropic en­
found out the thing had been put terprise*. H er taste In this work Is
there on purpose. It was a crim­ ahared by her husband, who Is a
sponsor for several social and civic
inal thing to do. We left that movements In Philadelphia, where be
hummock abruptly. The air be­ ts at the head of Drexel ft Co., the
Philadelphia connection w ith J. P . Mor­
came full of us. We waved our gan
& Co.
arms and legs and Inst our pole— Mr. Stotesbury la a great lover of
a n d . presently we came down, not painting. It w as through him that
Hammerstetu was Induced to
gracefully and C 2 r.tl;r, but we got Oscar
build the Philadelphia Opera House.
down ju s t the same. We don’t H e hold 3 a directorship In a score of
know yet where our left ski went. corporations and Is an exhibitor at
both the Philadelphia and New York
N or do we know where a quarter horse shows, being fond of all outdoor
of an acre of skin, selected a t ran- sports.
P H ÏS IllA N
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Tlie County Commissioners u p - 1
pointed \V. I. Reynolds couuty
school superintendent to fill the
vacancy caused by the resignation
of H. C. Seymour. Mr. Reynolds
is an old and experienced educat >r
who has lived long enough to dis­
tinguish the difference between lin
real and the fictitious.
The Portland papers report
less crime and fewer arrests -
since the prohibition laws went!
Into effect. That women h-.d
quit washing for the reason that
their husbands spent their money
for groceries instead of booze.
This is encouraging, and if the
officers will do their duty the
prohibition laws can be made ef­
fective, especially so far as the
poorer class are concerned. If
the rich want to drink themselves
to death, let ’em go to it.
A new donkey nas shipped to
Black Rock Thursday for the W il­
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