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FALLS CITY NEWS
SHIFT? WILSON ON
Elusive Balancer on String ol
Words Pinned Down by Proof
That In Fifteen Public Ut*
terances He Took Forty-
One Different Positions
EACH STAND CONTRADICTED
FROM 1 TO 6 OF TH E OTHERS
Dsmocratio Candidate Said Thai Out
Army Wat Ampla and Thai We Did
Not Hava Enough Troopo lo Patrol
Iho Border) That Wo Wore on Iho
Vorgo ol a Maelotrom and That
There Wee No Critical Situation;
That the National Quard Would Not
Do and Then That It Muat Do.
In the fourteen month* extending
from Iteoembor Htb, 1UM, to February
loth, 101«, there were fifteen men
*aK<‘*. letter* and a|ieei'bre o f Prrsl-
dent Wllaon which I have read
these fifteen messages, letter* and
mouth*. President WlUon took forty-
one different positions about prepared
ne** and the meaiure* necessary to
secure It; and each o f the*e forty-one
poaltlon* contradicted from one to *U
o f the other* In many of bl* speeches
the weasel word* o f one portion of
the *t>eech took *11 the meaning out
of the word* u»ed In another portion
o f that speech; and these latter word*
themselves had a weasel significance
a* regards yet other word*. He ar
gued for preparedness and against
lie stated that our
army was ample; and that we did
not have enough troop* to patrol the
Mexican border I ft* time o f peace. He
aald the world was on Are. and that
aparka were liable to drop anywhere
and cattae na to hurst Into flame; and
he also said that there tvaa no Imme
diate danger. He said that there was
no sudden crtal*. and then again that
he did not know- what a «Ingle day
would tiring forth. He aald that we
were on the verge o f a maelstrom;
and then that there waa no «pedal
or critical altuatlon He said the dan
gcr waa constant and Immediate; and
also that we were not tfireatened from
any quarter. He aald that there was
no fear among us; and also that we
were In dally danger of seeing the
vital Interest snd honor o f the country
menaced and the flag of the United
Ktatea stained with Impunity.
said that we were In very critical
danger o f being Involved In the great
European struggle, and alao that
there was no need to dtscuss the
question of defense, or to get nervous
or excited about It. In one and the
same speech, he «sld that a sufficient
number o f men would volunteer, and
that If they did not he would he
ashamed o f America; and he also said
that he did not know of any law
which laid upon them the duty o f com
Ing Into the army, If It should be
necessary to call for volunteer*. He
aald that we needed .100,000 volunteers,
and that If there was any legitimate
criticism of this demand It was be
cause It was too small; and as soon
as Congressman Hay objected to the
plan, he promptly abandoned It. He
aald that the National Guard waa not
the proper body upon which to rely:
and then not only changed hla own
mind hut forced his own Secretary
of W ar out o f his cabinet, because this
Secretary possessed less flexible con
victions and was unable Instantly to
reverse himself when going at full
speed From the Speech of Colonel
Roosevelt at Hattie Creek, Michigan.
In Ilehnlf o f Mr. Hughe*.
Mr. Hughes la seeing how big the
w-est Is, and the west la seeing how
hlg Mr. Hughes la. It la a happy ar
P itile s s P u b lic ity
" I sec Mr. Hughes uuil like to know
fwhat's come to 'Pitiless Publicity.'
Meaelf could tell him. 'Where's “ Piti
less Pu blicity?'" saya Hughes. 'In the
Asb Can,' saya I. T ’ was all right on
the stump, but In Wnshln'ton 'tls d if
fer. The Harp that war,at through
Trenton’s halli — I mane Tumulty.
W bln be bursts Into aong now he picks
‘"Tls not that Prlsldlnt Wllaon la
less public than Candydate Wllaon—
he's leas pitiless. 'Tls like the show
H e tells ye all, an' more, about
th' lllyfant, hut he haa mlntal res-va
slump about the spotted baby.
"Bo. l t la wld Wilson. HKa jofneti,
N o. 8
KALLS CITY OREGON, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 21, 1916
VOL. X lll
the hard heart Iv T ltlless Publicity.*
'How about the Postmasters T axes
the refawrumera. 'W e’ll ulver tell ye
says the ("m lslniq
'For why?' aay*
the l.esgue. "F'wid enihnr'ss th' Ad
minis'hrnshun,' says the P inlshuu
And the people laughs. ‘ 1* fired th'
Hid o f the Clnaus,' aaya Hughe*. 'Ye
He.' ssya KedBeld. ‘ He rsyslned »Id -
out bein' axed.' says he. 'Ye lie yer-
self,' says Durand. 'Ye towld me ye'd
lire me. an' ya gev me pia<e to s
fw hat I said,' yells Pink Whiskers, ‘I
was goln' to tire ye annywly, hut I
ulver axed ye to raysine,' says Pinky
An' the |ieople roars.
" T e ll us about all thim Disbursin'
Dlmmycrala.' says the people
Washln’toii la awep' be a storm Iv
"Ilut doan't ye think there's no pub
llclly at all. Teddy himself was none
gunshy with the papers, hut he cud
lie quiet too.
'" W e 'll grab tome land In Vlnzu
eely,' says the Ambassvdure, 'tem'prl-
ly,’ says he
‘ Y’e'll not,' asya Teddy,
'ye'll agree to arbitrate.' says he, 'or.'
he says, 'In tin day* Dewey'll be there,'
‘" M e Ity'le Msslher will nlver con
slnt,' saya th' other. 'Thin,' say* Ted
dy, 'I'll kind Dewey at wanst. There's
no use wallin'.' Teddy say*. Tlow ld
etn,’ say* the Aratiassydure
sgree,' says he. an' dlvtt a lilt did we
know how It was for a dogen year.
•"W e'll have Ferdy Carey alive or
the Tlashl Bar.onk dead.' says Teddy,
in ' bark comes Ferdy. An' the pa tiers
say*, 'tin demand Iv the State Depart
meut Ferdy Carey haa been released.'
An’ that's all.
"H ow I* It now? The greasers
slaughters twlnty at Hanty Isabel
'Another Mexican Crisis.' says the
T w ln ty Americans killed,'
they aavs 'The Presldlnt Calm.' say*
'A te* Bacon and Eggs. Plays
Ooluf.' says the hnwdllne* An' the pa
per goes on:
'" T h e Prisldtnt'a appyttte at break
fast was good, th" leader Iv the na
shun gettln' outsido tv grape fruit, ha
con an' eggs, hot biscuit an’ coffee
Whin Docther Oraywon announced the
bill I t fare the tlnwhun over Mexico
was much relaved
" 'The Prlsldlnt I* solvin' In privacy
the fateful question. "W ill me throat
laat?" The answer la waited wtd fe
“ Mondah the papers says- 'Naahnnal
Disaster! Sore Throwt Feared! Psnlc
■ t the Capital! The Prlsldlnt Calm!
" 'Consternation was spread among
all classes today he the report that
the Prlsldlnt awoke with a sore throat
Strong men fainted before they cud
reach the nearest saloon.
talk Iv applnttn' a day Iv prayer It I*
hoped that Senor Arre-ye on though
will rlattn that the dead Americans
A high author’ty
states that this wurt end the crisis
The Prlsldlnt msde "hut wa.n remark
"A v they'd not been there they'd not lv
been kilt." '
"Chik'sdah. they say*. 'Hope revives
No sore Ihroat.
Blttr*n by insect
All Phrnscs lv Mat-
ther to he considered
" 'The anxiety In the s ’npltal was re
laved today he the follow in' bulletin:
•• • “ The rrtsldlnt hnn a slight per
foration In the cutteJe over the Infery-
ure maximary caused h*- a Insect hirin'
him whin asleep. The patient was too
proud to acrntch. (Hlgaed) Grayson."
'“ It la reporter I also that C.lneral
Scott will go to the bonliT to bury the
dead, and apologize to tlte lnsurglnts
He will axe Carvanzy. w h ith er he wild
accept a loan I f offered. This Is con
sidered the thrCie a'lutlon lv the dlffl
"Wined*h the Prlsldlnt (jnes motor
In', Thursdah t«e writes a note and
Glnernl Scott starts lo r thy border.
Fridah the headlines sa.v* 'Peace In
Europe near. PrlaldeAt atuilj'ln’ terms.
W ill he atop the w a r! Another note
expected. Capital exetted over report.’
"But w e’re comforter i be beta’ towld
the Prlsldlnt will n( >t he liethrayed
Into hasty ackshun.
"Stindah, he’s com dderln’ th’ Ar-
tnenyan question, an’ Mondah he ad-
eggs. And another erl sis Is past.
"So It goes Ivry May
As I was sav
in’, there's a’plenty p ubilclty, but 'tls
not the brand Iv .1012.'"
single line, to get new laws for
levying more taxes, raising sala
ries and making jobs. It is a
The HIZZ Remedv Company
fact that punlic school expendi and Fun Makers will close a two
t u r e 's in Oregon,
including l weeks engagement here to night,
higher education, have increased 'rhe
300 per cent in ten years. The have been exceptionally good.
state has not increased in wealth Many have said they have paid
or population in that time 100 p e r! 25 and 50 cents for shows no bet-
cent, neither have incomes o f ter.
citizens or wageH increased.
G. T. Morey is an all-round mu-
The crusade to raise salaries of sician, impersonator and ventril-
all teachers, regardless o f effici- oquist. I f there is any musical
ciency or experience, has been metrument that he is not master
The state of it w as not brought forth,
organization o f educators has put
J. J. Walsh, the black-face com
over arbitrary rules for their edian and A1 McDonald, the Irish
own benefit that have doubled comedian contributed their share
the cost o f overhead in schools to the mirth-provoking entertain
without corresponding e ffl deny. ments while Prof. Frank Becker
sedately presided at the piano.
The prizes given each evening
together with the diamond rings
"VOTE FOR THE MAN"
to be given to night, are o f no in
‘Cast polictics aside and vote considerable value.
for the man for county offices,” 1 The best part o f the entertain
ment, however, was the lectures
is the hoarse whisper o f the Dem
given by Dr. G. W. Pardev, the
ocratic candidate as he extends
Each one was worth
the gtad hand to the Republican
many times the price charged for
voter. "T h ere is nothing in the
admission. The cause o f various
perframance o f the duties o f the
diseases,their prevntion and cure,
county official w herein the princi
and simple rules for keeping well,
ples o f partisan politics obtain.”
were all invaluable. In recom
Wonder if they present the same
mending his remedies he does not
asgument to the gentlemen o f
claim any wonderful discovery,
the “ Solid South?”
but simple remedies given at the
We will agree with our friends,
time and for the right disease.
the enemy, that about all the
Dr. Pardey is no stranger in
Republican principles involved in
Oregon, nor in this section. Dur
performing the duties o f a county
ing his stay here several parties
office are. honesty and efficiency.
from nearby |towns have called
I f a candidate be honest and effi
and have nothing but praise for
cient he will discharge the duties
his remedies, his honest and gen
o f the office in the most economi
tlemanly treatment o f all who
cal and business like manner. It
have had dealings with him.
is not impossible for a Democatic
During his short stay here he I ; ; l-K -HH-H- i-H -l-H -l-l-l-H -l-H -l-I-l- • I 1 I 1 I I I I 1 H - H I 1 1 I
candidate to have such quulifica-
has effected, we will not say cures
But if our Democratic
as the time has been to short to t
friends are honest in their con
determine, but that great relief
tention o f setting politics aside,
afforded those who have sought it
why do they come out under the
elsewhere and failed.
He denounces in no uncertain
where they hold the halance of
Falls City News, One year
terms the too ready use o f the
power and the ravages o f Democ
surgeon's knife and the ‘ ‘high and
racy is painfully apparent they
Evening Telegram, Three months
low cut” women's wearing appar
boldly shout. “ Vote ‘er straight
The leading Republican paper in the State.
el o f the ultra fashionable set.
boys and give the Repubs, h i!
They will be at Dallas Oct. 30,
That’s about all that is left when
Rural Spirit, One year
to November 36.
they get to the bat.
A weekly for the farmer and stockman.
Mr. E. K. Piasecki, who Dem
ocratically aspires to the office o f
H. A. Bowman was in Dallas
Poultry Life, One year
District Attorney, was in this Tuesday to consult the doctor in
Devoted to progressive poultry culture in the
city Tuesday and made a valliant regard to his leg. Mr. Bowman’s
plea of. "vo te for the man,” of leg was broken about six months
course supplementing the plea ago and did get along as well as
with argument that he was the was anticipated. For a time it
"m an .” Mr. Piasecki is a very was feared it would have to be
promising young lawyer, (in fact amputated.
He believes now,
we rather like h im ). He prom- however, that he will be able to
ised to conduct the office in a use it again,
very exemplary manner, if e l e c - ---------------- *----
ted, and not allow ahy county
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
bridges to fall on him. We have +
no cause to dispute his sincerity + “ IGNOBLE EASE” AND PEACE- +
FUL SLOTH ARE
yet why should he ask the Repub +
licans to do that which he will
There Is nothing that we of +
not. It reminds o f the proposi-1 +
t ion to consolidate all church de + this conntry so much need as to +
+ practice the doctrine o f service. +
nominations into one church. + As a people we need the sterner +
With few exceptions all were in + virtues even more than we need +
+ the softer virtues Material pros- +
favor o f such union, but each in + perlty. bodi" ease, money, pleas- +
sisted that his doctrine be adopt + ure, are all desirable; hut woe +
ed. So it is with Mr. Piasecki; | + to us if wa consider them as the +
+ be-all and end all o f our private +
he is willing for everyone to vote + lives or of our collective national +
for the man, but o f course wants + life! Woe to us If our material +
+ prosperity brings in Its wake +
to be the “ man.”
+ lethargy o f spirit and deadness +
It is very probable that the + o f soul! I^et us In our lives ap- +
Evidently Me. Wllsig i has made up Northern Democrat do not know + ply the great doctrines of duty +
hta mind abou'c someth Ing. He refers
the real spirit o f many o f their + and of service. Above alt let us +
In hls accept» nee spoil! b to "the sov
+ realize that lofty profession Is a +
ereign authority of M e ilo o ." He may brethren o f the "Solid South.” , + mischievous sham when it la not +
have decide? | to w hom , he was refer nor do we believe they would + tranalatetl Into efficient perform- +
ring l.ess than two ye trs ago he was stand for such Democracy.
We + ance Among the companions o f +
not sure * vhether It w *s the soldler-
+ Lucifer In Milton's mighty epic +
bsndlt Vy la or the gnx pr grafter Car- have seen county office buildings + there was none smong the fiercer +
decorated with rebel flags. We ♦ "5 o il» an dangerous ss he who +
“ WltA words clothed In rea-
have know a candidate to have ♦
It's nr>t to lie wondereif that Thomas printed on his cards the fact that ■f
Counselled Ignoble ease and
A. Erigmn favors Wllsou's re election.
The (»leetrleal wizard naturally likes he had served in the rebel army, +
and for such "service,” presum +
anything that switches rat and off.
+ —From the Speech of Colonel +
ed to ask for office.
♦ Roosevelt at Battle Creek, Mich +
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This is the present Portland
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EFFICIENCY AND OVERHEAD
Did you ever stop to consider
A number o f educators conven that when you vote for a Demo
tions and conferences oi' parents cratic candidate, even for some
and teachers are being held in petty office, that you are endorsing back and you will find they lead
and a lot to the principles as set forth by
seueral parts o f the state, Most free trade, states rights
o f the work is directed along a of Democratic bunk.
Trace them C onfederate States of America.
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—Carter In New York Sul
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