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" "'• | H o u s e w ive s A r e t
tilu d to K n o w
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n. «• orxl. r.
There should W a ..............................
<|liii|| down ol txi^ndiluroii »ml •
*|>I>ro|>ri»(ix)iis to me«l th<> luuita- J
~ ▼ ▼ H i l l
li i« now costing 122.47» month
lo keep each waixl t f the state— |
which is twice as touch as it costs j • • « • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •
per capita to keep members of the!
Kilt Skirt l'or Girla
average family ol five working 1
The girl's dress shown herewith,
featured In navy blue serge irluiimsl
with saliti sleeves to tuutch anil white
saliti detachable collar, was desiglieli
What Will Happen A lia r
v**r*M 'eg*‘ r*tf»
The political campaign is a thing
ol the paat, but the problems of
tc Til. y>w» not Ut»r O '." WeAnestlay.
the United States are things ol the
V ' i . i r i r » .*
C ie, » I T a il, CiU
present and luture.
Recently the submarine freight*
f e ç i u n F . C R i S t T C R D A V M O R N IN G
er “ Deutschland" appeared in New
; London, Connecticut, with #10,-
] 000,000 north ol goods from Oer*
many. When Germany can send
us goods under such circumstances
jus these, wiiat will she uot do
when the war is over utid her ships
The tael legislature Appropriated are free to traverse the oeeau with-
$6.310.548 87 — Under Ti* lim ita - ¡out Ut or hiuderance.— Lebanon,
c « p t ta re * » «e* »niti',x .e t«* .h e n ia baient
Enforce The Tax
tion Amemdment the Nest legisla- Aire. C riterion.
♦ure Can Appropriate $6.689,181.- j
59. Why ¡« not That Enough? *
Wouldn't it be wise lor our gov-
__ ! eminent to pass a little legislation
Inda,irial Meet Bureau
| favorable to American
Shall the legislature just elected *hi* ? Our present laws are great
continue to be a matter of merri- for tlie »reigncr but they have
rnent until it is abolished? Ca:i. l'ract,rally wiped the American
didates are nominated upon prom- 1 0,1 * * seas‘
Our ship yurds aie all busy
is*6 to reduce taxes, abolish com-
. . .
... i 1 building ships at an unprecedented
missions, create no new ónices and.
. i - , ...li
ante but if you read the newspapers
enact no more laws that will an-
„ » vuU will note that anything larger
pose burdens on the taxpayer or
T-i . .. ,i , than a row boat or coastw ise schoon-
That is the
. . . . . .
er is lor a loreign country,
usual campaign promise.
i , i , i
W here is A menu* n pride that it
No soont-r are they elected than
they are heseiged with d. m inds ‘ 1!^ g
condition to exist?
ior «ucreMcd approj
NO NEED OF ALARM
lustituuous, n* xv functions ami all
Commenting on a recent edito-
soils of applications to create jobs.
i ial in the News, the editor of
The most selfish inlerots generally
j the Monmouth Herald takes oo-
take iharge and organize the legis
' easion to bewail the sad condition
late re to deleat the pledges made
o f the schoolma ams; that they Uy Franklin Simon A C o ., New York
to the people. This farce and re
were the poorest paid Of any pro- The kilted skirt Is adorned with Inter
version ol popular government
*»■ i r
___ . e , .sting embroidered pockets, belt and
the interest of the tux-eating
| fession in proportion to cost o f cuff(fc Tllll>
Is suitable for high
preparation and that anyone be- ! school girls.
has become a standing ]"ke.
, ., .
1 grudging them any o f their privi
Tho legialuture should I k - organ
leges and perquisites was a Importance of Caring
ized to fight the. demands <•! pro-
For Children’s Teeth
feagional lobbyists anxl organized mighty mean man
Poor fellow, he s got em bad.
officiali'Ui f-T increased appropri
We were not aware that the j
ations and defeat the attempt to
fchoolma’ ams were held under! u *** x*'''n l’rove‘1 thaV ,^ d ,tee!h
| ure the cause of uiauy a cbllil h l>ack-
override the tax limitation aui- *
duress, as it seems that our es- wurdness ill school—not only that, blit
, teemed contemporary would have ! many undesirable tendencies amt iuti>-
(„ m l..* .p
for speaker and
be|ieve. We had imagined » s are ^reot.y tra.eah.e to Uo.aye.1
Pr^-i* I - nt i l 111*- burial«* tlioulil rep *
- or crooked teeth. If the teeth «re not
regent !he tnxpaxesr and not the t hat they were fie e to choose j rfgm have theui cared for by the
any profession that might suit dentist und then keep them chum and
preditotx element, or we have gov- |
their fancy and offer fair remu healthy.
Don't let the children neglect brush
emit!*!!' fnr the ruling classes in- j
neration. W e had also believed ing their teeth, and teach them bow to
stead of govei nm-nt for the masses.
that they were fully competent do it pro(»erly. The teeth are full of
Tb e people should demand of their
to "paddle their own canoe’ ’ and crevices and crannies that cannot be
representatives that they keep their
got at by a sideways movement of
were neither seeking special priv the brush, but a careless boy will
ileges nor the assistance o f slob never think of brushing bis teeth up
There i? lamentation from sourc
and down uuless you tell him to, and
es.(not th* people,)because limita
even then maybe he won't uuless be
It is our opinion, ( notice we has explained to him the danger of
tion xva; adopt»« and it is claimed
Say opinion, which is one o f the letting particles o f food remain be-
the apptopriationr for 1917 will
inalienable rights o f every Amer- tween the teeth. Either paste or pow
have to hfc reduced 400,01>0 below
der may be used, and some people pre
, j ican citizen.) that all the school- fer alternating the two. I’aste c.mtalim
the expenditures of 191«.
: ina ams ask is an equal chance considerable soap, which Is excellent
same law pas-ed t.y the last legis-
. . .
for cleansing purposes, while powder
I. .• i
i i ; . i to earn their salary,
lattire wa3 nullified and defeated <
not only cleanses, but also gives a high
by the same interests Now when !
After the teeth have their last brush
the tax limitation is enacted by
Despite the fabulous sums which ing at night run a strand of denial
Direct Legislation it is also to be *re reported to be received by mo- floss between the teeth to dislodge any
overthiown by this same ruling tion picture atais, they always seem I particles of food that may have been
io he dissatisfied. There is Cleo . ml“ ^ bft|the fbrush=
mouth with water. This Is very lm-
The only way lo tave the l ni- I‘ ldgely, for instance, who tinned pnrtant, t>ecause such small particles,
versity for Eugene and the Agri- ^farmer. £he has over a hundred If allowed to remain between the teeth,
cultural College for Corvallis and , hens and is now sellirq/ eggs to her win ferment, and this fermentation
result« In the production of an acid
seme of the important departments j associates at the Laeky studio, at that In time eats through the enamel
at Salem is to bring them within j well, slightly irore than tliepre- o f the teeth and causes them to decay.
the means and ability of the tax-1 vailir.g market prices. It is the
payers to support. Useless and firm conviction of her customers
duplicating functions must be that Miss Kidgely will some day
Known as the Egg Queen as she
Two million for higher educa- j >» showing market symptoms of
A man with a quick temper Is as un
tion—education above the common the same qualities with which her| safe as a ship loaded with dynamite.
An extravagant man Is always talk
schools and high schools— is too other successful compatriots, .John ing to his wife about the necessity of
much. We are toj liberal with D., Andy, and J. P. are endowed.
Silence is no guarantee that the vic
the taxpayers money producing
S A T U R D A Y , DKCBlIltKR S, UM«
Defends Rev. Sunday
Detroit Mail Takes Issue With Mr.
Clark in Regard to Influence
of Rev. Billie’ s Sermons
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Editor Kails City Nows,
Kails City, Oregon,
Dear S ir:—Through tho kindness
o f my cousin Gordon 1). Treat, |
who is a resident o f your city, I
am receiving each week a copy o f
1 your publication. In the issue of
Nov. 18, is a letter by one E. H.
j Clark, severely criticizing the
Evangelist Rev. Win A. Sundav.
Detroit has just closed an 8
i weeks campaign under Mr. Sun
day’s leadership, as you doubtless
! know, and I was present at every
, evening service but two, and at
! every Sunday service, so I speak
! with positive knowledge o f the
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Mr. Clark says "T o attract at
tention and to raise a laugh, he
smashes a ch a ir." Then he be
gins to shed his clothes, etc.
"Then he climbs upon 4 chair,
and if that is not enough mounts
ja table; if that fails to raise the
| laugh he puts a chair upon the
I table and climbs upon the chair. ”
"H is picture is taken in all these
! various positions and placed upon
The SAFE boy«’ magazinc
K l M O n l y f l a ycar
AH t»>r fora li taro, nota ehi ld‘»r“vp»r. <*!«*•»••
u ari»»i.:Ir*, fu ll
pi, f irm, M to t f p « * * « «v a i y
0 0 * 11». M #B l?,lw plrlB *ateriiH i«ifln iH
»tM o lle ». ItUtorr. »rtu*»t l'fr». «r|i(t«n l>#
i ». 1 1 - poi r boy»* •othor«. la d r i . Uro #i>«* lai
»riv i«** . I in.» urtici. » «*n
ni« l ntlu r
I V.'xrtm cnt» r»f H> c I iam I i «.
I OoUvriM hjr. IV p o U r A ie fn i. I l o « tu M * » «
»0 • .•HO* *!». f « J)l fc Ma. I’. I*. I *.» f
h»„\ In*MitkiitiiBi| uatwfil WW W * .
Hardly a single statement
quoted has a particle o f truth in
it, so far as the Detroit campaign
is concerned. Mr. Sunday bhd
no need to attract attention. He
had it at every service from the
moment the service began. The
only times he shed his clothe 1
was when it was so warm that
others did the same thing, or
wanted to, and almost always
that occurred in the meetings for
R<*W4J by 500,000 boys
s f 1 « 0 < 2 a»f»« 4 t b> tb H r parvin t
of Reading Like It
True he did mount a chair oc
casionally, but certainly not to
create a laugh in a single instance
that I can recall, and he did not
¡ever put a chair upon table or
pulpit and mount that. His pic
ture was .not taken in a single
position as descrioed by Mr.
•Clark, nor w as there a single pic
ture o f Mr. Sunday sold or offer
ed for sale, except as it appeared
in the song book used, or in the
book o f his life or on one o f four
or five sermons that are issued in
pamphlet form, because o f a pos
itive demand for them, and not
for any other reason whatever.
In the last paragraph o f Mr.
Clark letter, he makes this .un
just statement. "T o sum it up in
a phrase, the latter state o f such
a community is worse than be
fo r e ." I have no knowledge of
the community to which Mr.
Clark refers, but I have traveled
for 15 years in several states and
communities where Mr Sunday
has conducted evangelistic cam
paigns, I have followed his work
closely for about 10 years and I
make this unqualijjed statement
that I have never heard o f a
single community in which he
has held a campaign that has not
abundant evidence in the shape
o f lives redeemed
power o f sin and degradation and
ruin to lives o f honor and respect
and usefulness in the same com
munities, and I challenge Mr.
Clark to produce a single piece
o f evidence which a court o f law
would accept, in proof o f his
statement that conditions, relig
tim of your talk agrees with your ar
iously, are worse after Mr. Sun
professional and omrnercial class- VALIDITY O F DEFENSE ALT
The liar unequipped by a good mem day leaves a community than be
UP TO SUPREME COURT ory Is In for a lot of trouble around
The maintenance d a school of
fore he came.
Commerce at both instituting is 1
I carry no brief from Mr. Sun
in direct conflict with the act o f , supreme court o f the l.nited
day. He is entirely competent
(he legislature creating h comniis- States this afternoon was asked ♦
to fight his own battles and his
T H I S IS M Y D U T Y .
sion to cut out duplicates. New to decide as to the constitution >•
work speaks for itself. But, in
ality o f the national defense act
T o DM w hat a lfta I h ava aa b«»t 1 <*>
doplirations have been invented.
simple justice to him and his
The last session appropriated under which state militiamen ^
T o help aome w eaker brother ^
party, I am glad to say that every
w here I c a n ;
with fees and revenues from lands are compelled to take the oath as >
* T o he a a blam eless a t the close of ^ class o f people as touched and
1 1 . 991 . 532.44 for higher education federal soldiers when called out s
Am when the duties of the day he- -e benefitted by his efforts, indus
and twelve other institutions and
R a n ;.
trial, financial, mercantile and
The petition was filed by attor-
ithout com plaint what must «»
departments cost only II,. 3 « , 4 i C>.- n e y 3 f or Alexander M. Emmer- •> T o do be w done;
religious; all agreeing that his
27, or 1235,103.68 less.
aon and A lfed P. Lowell o f Mass- h T o t r e n t m y riv a l a ll that m ay be
campaign is of continuous and
I he offi. iais, lie* legislators, the achusetts militia, asking that »> T o win through kin d n ess all that -J-
lasting results morally, religious
m ay he w o n :
heads of departments and institu- General Sweetster. militia com- ^ 'e T o fight
w ith k n ig h tly valo r when
<h ly and spiritually.
(iI l mander, be prevented from put-
tmns should heed the mandate of tjf)jf them on tria) before a mi|itia 4
- a . E K laer.
Yours very truly,
the peole and adjust themselves to court becaused they refused to *
Gordon Z. Gage.
4 4 4 4 > 4 4 4 4 ; 4 4 4 4 # 4 4 4 4 4 '
the levenues of the state under the .take federal oath.
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