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P A G E 2.
KALLS C IT Y NEW S
S A TU R D A Y , P KUKMBEU 28, HU ti
a lover of adventure Ho he was. But
ihe Idea o f a reecue <<f a wouieu from
the Kueatan government was so wild,
■o Innately near Ihe lliip<u«.»lble. that
for e time It never entered hi* head
When It did It " ■ * IwnUhevl. bill to
Dlphthrrla la g*n»rally «a u «* l by
return and keep reluming till It no
L. W O O D * BON.
rvoatlng or slo p in g In a draft, or br
m ired to blui t tin I he |*wHo«»etl one
f xperimenting Employer Trie» Out ine couftnn| In a damp plac*. Tha
element o f sneceeu that was not to bo
» « ■ ! tW a mall • ! I*« »rstrffl««»
despised, especially In Russia lie had
at >«11» city. F a it rsaaty. Or*»»». ■ »«•» vkr
a r» I hr aamr.
Another Squad in Chicago Cam-
plenl) of Itionr.v. and Russian oltlolal«
l n *f l>D|'*M or Marrfe ». in »
Plarrbra In chirk» la often cauaed
wore amenable to brll>ery. No aoooei
by aour food, bad water, damp quar
did Ihe fac| present Itself In him than
ter», flit by coopa. espoo^re to cold or
he gave himself up In concent Ing a
»" b a r r ir tic » Rata» Oosraar. M *•: « I « aioatka.
wet or too much green food. In fowl«,
plan by which ho might asslat l.taa
W ran la; t h m mon tba » canta: «Inala COOT. • eta.
too. It la caused by too much green
OTHERS ERLIST IR MOVE
By ALAN HINSDALE * Dmitrievna to ram p» from Kara
food, lack o f sharp grit and srrors In
A l<artldD( Rata» Ciarlar. It castaaa luck
• A prominent American Journalist bad
In* aaa Notlcaa. V casta a lisa For »ala. Rant
•••••••••••••••••••••••••• •ome year» prev loualy obtained iwroils
Indigestion Is caused principally by
■a i'<B(a. Want and Pay lotartalnaant No
alon from the llueslan government to
Ogden Armour la Raw Addition to lark o f sharp grit, overfeeding, uu
Iter* te ta a l i s a Card o!T han k» SOetaf La»»
Fred Champltu poe»e»»ed an Income
Inspect tl>e Kata prison and write a
N otlica. Ia»al rata».
wholesome diet, injudicious use of o f IAO.OOO a year aud was a glolie trot
report o f the tieelm ent of the prleon
Renke to Provide Plaoea (or
ter. He w a» also an amateur sports
l ory for i « « «do m d e h in iM ih o u W b « oont
It occurred to rhamplln
Roup la tha result of neglect or want man yachtsman and everything else
Workera 45; Fifty Posi
lo T>ie N tw f noi itt tr tb%n W *d n **i*y
Ibat such permission would tie of great
of attention to minor diseases o f the
help to him Since hi* efforts were In
that afforde amusement out of door«
tion» Opon Each 0»y.
If Y ’c lo l W # w « p a p « r o f t h o © t t y o f M M
air paaaagaa. produced by colds.
he entirely dependent upon the use of
Filth la a great breeder of disease.
money he thought he might as well
I s s u e d E v e r y S a t u r d a y M o r n in g
It la not only necessary that the prem terahurg (now retrograde Itue-la waa
begin at nnpe
But this first meve
Chicago. Dec. 20.— More Chic
wa* Independent of bribery. He from
exoept hereelf. Revolution was brew
every now and thru be disinfected
whom permission must be given was
ago business men have joined the Foul air, especially at night when the
The government knew It was
campaign to give work to elderly fowls are on the roost, will do more brewing, and the ltii»»lan secret police of the Imperial blood, and to attempt
to bribe him might epoll everything
All a as keeping an eye on all «uspecled
men through the committee o f mischief than anything else
Champlln went to Kugland and
rooats should be on a level when plac citizens. Revolution* are generally up
bought a newspaper. Immediately It*
ed on an Incline. The fowla light to
heavala o f the lowest classes
The columns contained biller attache upon
The committee was augmented gain the topmeat perch, and thote sue- late Russian movement waa parth Ipet rhe Russian government for the treat
Slate and Federal Government
ment o f prisoners at Kara. Champlln
by the following new’ members
ed In by persons of first grade, luclud
have hundred» of politician» who
the contaminated air that Is apt to
Ing the nobles, or at least members of saw lo It that these article« were large
today: J. Ogden Armour, o f A r rise up to the celling.
are jumping into prominence to
ly «•opted, and he employed persons to
mour & Co. : Hale Holden, pres Paint skins, half unslaked lime, etc., noble families (ham plln was not aond clippings lo >he ctsr. It w as p«t
aware of wbat was going on for
“ probe the high cost of living.”
long l«efore a protest waa sent to his
ident o f the Burlington Railway:
the fowls eat It and audden deaths everything was done secretly —till one
Federal Relations Commission,
Frederick Upham, president o f from a “ mysterious disease" are re night when he attended a ball given at paper by Ihe official charged with the
administration o f prisons Tbe editor
Interstate Commerce Commission,
the Wtnter palace.
the Consumers’ C o m p a n y ; ported.
o f the pa(«er wrote that If permission
The American minister had secured
Department of Justice and Cong
Laying hens are often confined to a
were given e representative to inaptoi
Thomas E. Wilson, o f the Wilson
fattening diet, which has Its result In
ress itself are all taking a hand.
Packing Company; Edmund D. a general breakdown, Indigestion and to exercise the utmost care In avoldlug the prisoners of Kara an article woold
appear In ihe Journal giving a true
being drawn Into a dangerous position
Millions will be spent to reveal Hulburt, banker, and Adam Ort- liver troubles.
account o f what be »aw.
toward the government
causes of advancing coat of living zeifer.
It was a happy nay for tha Amer
The advice was lost on Champlln,
lean w ben tbe desired permit caipe
but reports will not reveal real
who proposed to associate with whom
He had meanwhile been gathering
1850 Ask For Work.
Being a free American
funds for corrupting prison officials
Ink Spota and Iron Rust citizen
he demurred at being told by and had all he wauled
I d late campaigns all parties
Letters were received from a
any government who ahouUI not lie his
verted a sufficient amount Into Russian
promised higher wages for labor number o f firms who have joined
friend. However, be went to the twill
Urease spots may be removed by the not dreaming that he would fall Into money, he started for Hlberla
and higher prices for products of ^ e list o f concerns desiring to
It Is questionable if Champlln w>iald
application o f carbon tetrachloride, ac
give positions to men between 45 cording to H. F. Zoller, assistant In the trap such aa he had been warned have lawn able to make even a begin
nlng had he not beeu favored by for
chemistry In the Kansas State A gri against.
High prices for necessities of ex- and ^ years o f age.
He waa dancing with a girl, the tune IJsa'a father was a trusted offi
istance. such as flour, meat, eggs.
The list o f unemployed now on
cor of the czar. Ilia daughter had n»t
Removing grease spots with gasoline
army. Her right hand waa In tils left
hotter, and wool are promised the hle w *th the committee has reach- or benzine la both dangerous and and held high H e felt something drop been convicted o f assassination or In
she was In
wasteful. Chloroform Is effective, but
ed 1850 applicants.
Into hla coat sleeve. The girl brought league with revolutionists aud had
Is dangerous. Carbon tetrachloride is
the dance to a eloae, at the same time twen caught In suspicious a- lion*
Higher wages for labor are prom-
Ten "old men,” who were put used by cleaners because o f Its safety,
looking meaningly at the sleeve Low
ised by politicians and labor ¡lead- 1° the test by a Chicago mail cleaning power aud the absence o f a ertng his arm. chatnplln caught some These facta enabled the general to oh
tain for hi* daughter a transfer to
disagreeable odor. The disadvantage U
thing In his hand
He put It In bis what la called the Free Command,
ers and produce high-priced coal order house, to see whether they Us expense.
coat pocket without looking at It. but
which means that those confined there
and other products.
¡could do the work required, have
Ink Is difficult to remove if it has
as soon as he could do so unobserved
live In buta Instead o f prlaont and are
been In the garment for some time.
Manufacturers, railroads, bank- met the requirements after 10 Iron Inks msy be removed by oxalic, he examined It. finding a powder wrap In so far their own masters
ers. w h olesale and retail dealers. da>s and were declared by Pres acetic, citric or dilute hydrochloric
While Champlln was being shown
put up by druggists
over the prisons *bey bad Iwen put
and middlemen generallv, add 'dent S. H. Rosenthal to be per- acid. In case o f the coal tar Inks the
As Champlln was leaving for his ho
spot must be bleached.
In tbe beat possible shape for the In
tel he saw the girl he had danced with
tbeir profits and margins and Mr. manent employes. They are be-
Iron rust can lie removed fly fairly
speotton lie was keeping an eve open
Consumer pay* the bill. But Mr. tween the ages o f 45 and 65 To strong oxalic aihl solution If allowed side, escorted her They were evl for hta purpose When he learned that
Consumer ami wage earners are day 10 more were tried out in the to stand on the goods for a abort time, dently *not guests. The girl gave Lisa had Iwen trans'erm ! to the Free
and often when It Is exposed to the
Champlln a look which he could not Command hta heart heat high with
often producer* who get high packing department.
sunlight the action Is a little qutrker.
hole. He at one# expressed a desire
The employment committee an The excess o f oxalic acid must be understand, but he Inferred that It to Inspect this portion of Ihe Inatltu
prices and wages.
waa an appeal for something H e pass
v sshed out and the goods washed With
tlon and was given |<ermts»ion to do
One congressman asks that sala nounced that employment had a good soap In order to neutralize the ed out o f the palace behind the two so. On bit arrival there Llsa'a cabin
ries of all federal employes earning been given 250 men. Jobs are ocld. Hydrochloric acid Is the best re men and the girl and aaw them enter was pointed out to him, and. going to
a carriage. Jumping Into his own con
$1,800 or leas per year be increased being opened at the rate o f 50 a mover o f Iron rust. If handled by an veyance, he directed h*s •-oaohman to the door, he knocked. A woman keep
«r answered tbe summon«, aud upon
day and the indications ate that
ten to twenty per cent.
An excellent formula for the removal follow the one Just driving »w a y
bla showing an order to Inspect any
the number will increase as the of fountain pen Ink. especially Iron Ink
The net result will be demands I
girl alight In front o f a police station portion o f the Institution he was ad
o f education among and Iron rust. Is the aceto-oxallc acid and go Inside. There he lost her. He milled. I.I kb was sitting at a window-
for larger appropriations for many eamPai8n
formula. It Is made by saturating a 10
thought o f following her In. but feared sewlug She looked up at tbe visitor
per cent acetic acid solution with ox
of the departments and probably employerl P r e s s e s .
to compromise ber by doing so. It and recognized him at once, but be
alic acid and mixing one part o f the
Applicants Advertise Others,
a lot of new commission*.
was well he did not, for the powder did not change countenance himself,
product with four parts o f alcwhol.
remained In his coat pocket, nnd If he and ahe restrained hers
Is it any wonder the cost of
One o f the methods adopted in
“ I desire to question this prisoner,”
had been searched a deadly poison
living is increasing, and it doesn’t addition to billboard and other
would have been found on him This he said to the keeper, “ she being free
to tell me what I wish to know.”
he discovered later on.
require any “ long-haired” experts advertising mediums will be to
The woman read hla permit careful
It was evident to him that this young
to locate the cause.
send an applicant to an employer
lady had been suspected.
Doubtless ly. then went Into tbe other of the
spies were watching her when she slip two rooms which composed the cabin
who has asked for men and state
ped the powder Into his sleeve. HI* and shut the door rhamplln. having
in the credentials he carries that
A patriotic Scotchman waa preaent theory was that she had prepared to satisfied himself, or, rather. Lisa hnv
the bearer is typical o f the kind at a meeting of a certain society, at poison some one during the ball Ing assured him, that he was not spied
Whether she had succeeded or failed, upon, spoke freely In a low tone. I.lsa,
o f men the committee is sending which an eminent Shakespearean
she bad taken advantage o f dancing overwhelmed that he should have come
out and if he is found useful
to Kara In her Interest, selrrd hla baud
with Champlln to get rid o f the ertm
bard. At the cloae o f the meeting the
others like him can be furnished.
and kissed It. But that time should
Scot approached Inatlng substam e.
not he lost he proceeded at once to
Champlln had an overpowering de
the lecturer, and
"G iv e me a job, anything,”
President Tbelenof the National
the following dia sire to learn What had become of the question her with a view to laying a
Association of Railway Commis- pleaded Z. Bailey at the head-
girl. H e made Inquiries, but lesrned plan for her escape.
Hla first query w as, “ Can your keep
“ Ye think a flue nothing. Tersons mav disappear In
aions gives the information that quarters o f the committee today,
lo t o f Shake-
Russia and never again be heard of er be bribed?” Lisa told him that she
railroads are scared and are trying " I ’ m 60 years old. I f I get a
apes re, doctor?” • Perhaps their immediate friends or could If the bribe were large enough.
to ruin their own credit by their position it means a reconciliation
families know where they are, but few
I f she permitted Lisa to escape, she
“ I do, sir."
"An" ye think Inquiries are made, and the responses remaining. It would go hard with her
claims that regulation by 49 differ- for me with my w ife and daugh-
he w aa malr clev are not apt to be definite. At the She must be paid for that.
ent state commissions is crippling, ter. ”
er than Rabble same time, there are breaking hearts.
Presently Champlln went Into the
their earning power
Champlln believed, notwithstanding room where the woman was. and when
Bailey got a position as a jan
“ W hy, there Is the girl had got rid o f the evidence he came out he had left with her 40 ,-
Mr. Ihelen said, “ railroads are itor in the Flat Iron building.
against her. that she was doomed. To 000 ruble* ($20,0001, which she at once
no comparison ."
in a hysteria of pessimism.’’
“ Maybe no, but be suspected In Russia Is to be pro hurled under the floor o f the hut. For
ye telt us tonlcbt It was Shakespeare nounced guilty, especially at a time thla she was to resign her position,
This remark was caused by the
who wrote ‘Uneasy lies the head that when the government Is in danger.
stating that she desired to go to her
pita j f interstate railroads that
One morning when Champlln was home In Russia.
wears a croon.’ Now. Rabble would
they be placed under the regula
ne'er hae written sic nonsense as th a t" about to open bla bedroom door to go
Leaving the hut, Champlln visited
“ Nonsense, air?”
down to breakfast he found a note on
tion of one national government
the offl< er In charge o f the entrance
“ Aye. Juat nonsense. Rabble would the floor which had been slipped be
to the Kara establishment.
hae kent that a king or a queen, either,
tween the door and the Bill. Opening
Colonel," he said, ‘‘one o f the keep
There is no more sense in having
In the Free Command has resigned
Mr. Bryan wants a law to com bead. He wad hang It o'er the back o'
Pardon my daughter for having uaed
48 different railroad commissions
you to save herself. She failed »he was her position and desires to return with
pel newspapers to give a greater a chair.” —Country Gentleman.
seen to drop the package In your sleev*. me to Russia. I fear you may think
making 48 different sets of rulings
Tou are being watched. Reave Russia, that I am taking a prisoner Instead.
space for matter the government
secretly If you can.
and requiring 48 different sets of
Lest you should feel bound to delay
tJUurpby waa In the hospital and bad
There was no address, no signature. me fill the matter can be Investigated,
reports from a railroad than there
Every newspaper is flooded with
1 leave with you a little present con
is for having 48 different, sets of
covering he remarked to the patient oii he had danced with, and Instead o f at
tained In thla package."
postage rates and rulings in 48
once leaving Rtiseht he waited until
The colonel took the package Into
“ Oh,” said the
every department and official bu
an Inquiry had apprised him that she
different states in the Union.
another room, examined It and found
reau, state aud federal.
a hundred thousand ruble*
operation the doc
The railroads are not asking
stead o f leaving secretly, he depsrted
stood ont o f hi* head, but when he
tor left the §cla
that regulation be done awav with
»or* Inside, and 1
known to the police aa an American returned to Champlln he merely said:
but that it be administered by one ten letters in a day's mail setting had to undergo
" I will not delay you."
who had no Interest In the revolution
The next day the journalist complet
head and that they be no longer forth the importance and value of the same again."
and If he tried to get away secretly
ed hla Inspection, and In the morning,
The patient on
he would render himself liable to eus
»objected to the whims and fancies services performed by boards, offi the left remark
Juat before break o f day. he drove out
of ambitious politicians in 48
ed that at his op
of the prison ysrd with Ltss's keeper,
There was something In this transl
Time taken to prepare all this eratlon a sponge
elates in the Union.
tlon from tbe festivities o f the Winter thickly veiled. As aoon as they were
had heen le lt and
palace to the dreadful Kara prison, out of sight snd bearing the woman's
Ho far we have failed to see onej matter, paper and postage, are all It all had to be
with It* desperate hunger strikes, that veil waa thrown off, and Lisa sprang
logical argument against this prop at public expense and increase gone over again
afTected Champlln deeply. What mov Into her preserver'* arm*.
Juet a i they
A few month* later Fred ChempHn
coet of government and seek to
ed him most was that appealing look
had finished talking the doctor ap Lisa Dmitrievna gave him when being appeared among his friends In Am eri
Naturally politicians drawing expand public functions.
peared at the door and asked. “ Has marched awsy from the hall between ca with a Russian wife. Rut he did
salaries on theee different commis
High taxes, high cost of official any one seen my hat?"
two officials. H e had supposed It to not dare tell that he had taken her
Tt waa then that Mnrphy fainted.
mean, “ I f you are questioned do not from the Free Command o f the Kara
sions will raise an awful “ hollar” ism, and constant increase of over
give me awsy,” but as the episode mine». There ta no extradition treaty
if there ia any chance of losing head expense« largely are due now
A Trade 8ecr»t.
—rather the tragedy-continued to Im for political prisoners between the
The Cook—H ow do you mnna
to press Itself upon his soul he could not United-State« and Russia. But both
their jobs, but the fact remains to govermental press bureaus.
keep such nice fresh canned good*?
help feeling that It meant, “ For hear
Fred and Llaa felt easier at not pub
that national regulation of rail
Why should newspapers
The Grocery Boy— W e paste new on's sake, save me!”
lishing tbe fact that ahe waa wanted
roads is the logical course.
a a k e d to run all this free of charge? labels on our stock twice a year.
I have said that Fred t'hamplln was In Siberia.
®hr JM I b (Cittì Nrum OLD' MEN ON TEST
ARE TO KEEP JOBS
Most Common C iu m i
Of Disease In Poultry
Story of an Am eri
Tha High Cost
Light as Chaff
Awful "H o llar”
SIM Reward, SIM
The traitors of this paper will ha
plsassd In learn that Ihsr« is at Isaal nan
■ Irr «lini it I «, na» limi sclsncs lias b*yn
«h i» in riirs in all Ila «tassa, ami that la
I'alarrh Hall s Calatili Curs Is Ih» o*|y
positiva ruis now known lo Ih» moillcsl
Iratrrnlly. Catarrh being a i onstltulloael
•Harass. rri|iilrra a ronslltullonal n«st-
inrnl Halls Catarrh Curs la laksn I»-
Irrnally. artlng dlisctly upon Ihr Mood
and musetta surf»« ss nf Ihs syslsm thrra-
t>y dsrlrnylna Ihs foundation nf th* dis-
ra s »
snd g iv in g Ih r p a lim i »trr n g lh by
I oil.U na lip III» ■ . 11.111 .Ilion Biol a a » l « i l » g
naturr in doing Us work, Tha prnprlslora
have so much faith In Ils ru ra lly * now
rra that Ih ry o lfr r O n * H undtrd Dollar*
fm «o, >-*«• n e i h t*M* t<> n r t Hmd
r'Xddr**.'r l*rH «»H r\ \ CIO . Tt.lr.lo, Okie.
e..i<l hr »II Dragatala, t v
Takr itali • rasili; Pilla fur «neatlpellve.
Rancher Hit High
Price of Liivng
The hitch font o f living got a
hard blow at John Day, Ore. last
week when the ranchers o f the
valley beiran haulintr in dreiMed
beef. hoifH and mutton
peddling to the housewives sL
prices one-hslf cheaper than’'
»old by the butchers.
EX EO U T O rt NOTICE
N O TIC E IS H E R E B Y G IV E N ,!
That the undersigned, W. K.
Nichols, has been duly appointed
by the County Court o f the State
o f Oregon for Polk County, •$
Executor o f the Last W ill and
Testament o f Gideon Sowers,
All persons having
against said estate shall present
the same, duly verified, and with
proper vouchers, to the said »
Executor, within six m on th s^
from the date hereof, at thg la w
Offices o f W alter L. Tooze, Jr.,
in the Dallas National Bank
Building, Dallas,* Polk County,
Dated and first p u b l i s h e d
December 9, 1916,
W. F. Nichols.
Executor o f the Estate of
Gideon Sowers, deceased.
Walter L. Tooze. Jr-
Attorney for the Estate.
Low Round Trip
Go home for Xmas.
Stay for New Years
Day. Our low round
trip Holiday tickets
allow you plenty of
time. All points in
C A L IF O R N IA
Holiday Silo Datos
Between Oregon points
Oso. 22 to 2B ine; Do«.
30 to Jan. 1 ine. Return 1
limit Jan. 8, 1917.
To California points Doe
21 to 23 ine; Ooo. 28 to
To Pacific N o rth w es t
points in Washington and
Idaho Ooo. 22 to 28 ine.
Return limit Jan. 8. 1917.
Ask local Agent for
time o f trains,
John M. Scott, G. P. A.
n m tu
I * Ori|> 8 n . Nfuwytawl*
WM Paoadona, Gal.. Jan. 1st.