S A T U R D A Y , A P R t L a t, tP l? . F A L L S C IT Y N E W S «♦or lodge Makes Bitter Attack on Espionage Bill N ew s o f Valuó to i K t Enem y Should be Suppressed. GETTING WHAT PEOPLE WANT We carry most of the things that you want, but if you w ant anything that we do not carry, we’ll get it for you as quick as anybody else can. We haven't a very large stock, but we try to know the needs of the people that we sell to. We succeed pretty well in supplying them. Now and then, however, there is a demand for something that we do not carry. We want you to bring your special needs to us, and we will get the goods. “ If we haven't got it, we will get it for you.” That's our motto, and we suc ceed pretty well in carrying it out. Washington, April 18.—Declar-I ing “ it arms the administration with dangerous powers to sup press the freedom of the press,“ I Senator Lodge, in senate debate | today bitterly attacked the pend- j ing espionage bill particularly the newspaper censorship provis ion. Lodge defended “ free com ment and just criticism,” and said only news “of value to the enemy” should be suppressed. The bureau of public informa-! tion—newly created to dissemi-i nate government news—a l s o came in for opposition by Lodge, THOMPSON DRUG STORE. who said it w as dangerous “ to place in the hands of the most likely to receive criticism the power to suppress it.” Hiram Johnson, concurring, said: “ We should pause, lest in our anxiety for democracy abroad, we forget our democracy at home.” “ 1 think attempts to deny the press all legitimate criticism, either of congress or of the ex ecutive. is going very dangerous ly fa r ,” said Lodge. “ If we are to pass a bill like this 1 think it, would not do to deny the right of Headquarters for Candy and Cigars legitimate criticism. WEATHERLY CONFECTIONERY. “ I have not the least desire to , interfere with the punishment of those who use the freedom of the press for the injury of the United States, but it is going a beyond that when you put power in the hands of the executive to punish with the heaviest penal ties any legitimate criticism which conveys no intormation of j value.” L Willis Frink has purchased a DURATION OF THE WAR. Ford. The man who imagines that llic Frank Heydon is sporting a war with Germany will only be a new Ford. breakfast spell is likely to wait L)r. Turner of Portland was in long for his breakfast. The tier- town Friday. mans, it is said, have been forty J. C. March made a trip to] years planning and preparing for this great conflict. The tierinuns Salem Friday. Wm. Kllis of Dallas was in the “ » adversary to be regard- city Thursday. | ea lightly. They go to war with as much unconcern us the Amer C. L Starr of Pbrtland was in ican farmer goes to plow. It was the city Wednesday. „ .predicted in the winter of 1914 \\ H. Beard was in Portland that the «Spring Drive" that the on business this week. Allies were going to put on would Trade—A phonograph for a effectually cook the German bolog cow. M. L Thompson. I na. but the Spring Drive of 1915 Born to Mr. and Mrs. Floyd and 1916 have been pulled off and the Germans are uncomfortably Jones. April 16. a daughter. Mrs. Z. Batourney was down active and will probably withstand from Powell’s camp Friday. the 1917 Drive. The great trouble with Johnnie Dr. G. E. Prime made a busi Bull is that he is always too cock ness trip to Salem Wednesday. G. D. Treat was transacting sure. It is to be hoped that the United States will not make this business in Dallas Wednesday. mistake. Better overestimate than Parent-Teacher meeting next underestimate the strength of an Tuesday night. Mrs. 0 . L. Hop enemy. kins. It is now too late to speak of Mr. and Mrs. I. G. Singleton what might have been done; we returned from Portland Friday are at war and the only thing to morning. do is to lay aside what Christian The Davis saw mill has been ity we are accused of having and idle about ten days on account of *o in to win. Don’t insult the a break-down. Lord by asking his aid, go out and Mrs. W. T. Grier and Mr. and wipe up Germany and then we Mrs. Frank White of Salem spent can get down on our knees and ask Him to forgive us. Of course the week-end in Falls City. Miss Grace Braden, bookkeeper it was forced on us and we are for the Falls City Lumber Co., j onI>' acting in self-defense, accord- spent the week-end in Salem. | to International law. Fresh Bread, Cakes.Cookies.Pies! Teddv is quot*d a3 that and other bakery goods, every day Germany had the most perfect military system in the world and at the Falls City Bakery. it would require the combined Mrs. Robert Wonderly and sons, nations of the earth to subdue Emerson and Donald, and Bert them; and it looks as if he were \ Wonderly motored to Salem Wed correct. nesday. We are probably in for a long l hester \\ ard, who has l*een and bloody war unless something teaching school at Nortons ha.-> unforseen takes place. The allies finished his term and returned i have, in a large measure, been home this u eek. depending on the United States The home of Judge Teal caught for food. Now that we are in the fire Monday night. The fire start- war we must first look out for our ed from a defective flue and own household if we expect to burned the roof nearly off. keep the peace at home. The ^ 'W B L g P President Wilson will not need war w ill deplete the ranks of the Bond Bids Rejected Candies, Tobaccos and Cigars, at to restrict people to meat on cer producing class and with famine, tain days—the high cost of living or even short rations at home the Being All Below Par L. B. WONDERLY’S people will not look kindly to cross has done that for him. Will Advertise in East The mill here resumed opera ing the seas to fight. Our duty to tions Monday after a shut-down the allies is only secondary. of a few’ days on account of break Three bids submitted for the CONTRACT FOR SHIP KNEES. ing a main drive shaft. *250,000 rural credits bond issu* A ship building firm in Seattle J. F. Smith, yard manager at were opened this morning by the have placed an order for five cars the mill, returned Monday from st$ie land board and rejected be of ship knees to be made here. Portland where he went last week cause they were below par. As N. N. Christy has the contract. on account of an injured hand. a result, the board directed the clerk. G. G. Brown, to wire to all Rev. and Mrs. Bert Harrington, WILL STAGE ANOTHER PLAY. land board attorneys throughout who have been visiting relatives The Dramatic Club of this city the state to cease taking applica here for about two weeks wyent to are preparing another play to be tions for loans Portland last Saturday. given the 19th of May. The title None of the bids were from There will be a great effort of the play will be “The Confeder- Oregon firms. Two w ere from made to remove restrictive clauses, ate Spy.” Seattle and one from a Chicago in the State Constitution pertain- J ------------------------- banking house th rjUgh Henry ing to taxation; claiming that it MARRIED. Teal of Portland. SOLD EVERYWHERE prevents development. Dean Dilley and Miss Kerri I State Treasurer Kay said that The young man who has lost I-aughbaugh were married at he would take ov'er th is issue of faith in Wilson keeping us out of Vancouver, Wash., Wednesday. Mr. Dilley is billing clerk at the *250,000 at par out off the trust | war and decides to marry will be rudely awakened to find that even depot at this place and Mrs. Dilley fund of the S tate Indu ¿trial acci matrimony will not keep him out is the daughter of Mr. Laugh- dent commission. Th is will en baugh, one of the foremen at the 1 of war. able the board to me et the ap mill yard. Quite a number of men from proved application for loans, T he best show at the Gem tonight 1 the Dallas mill went to Balderee’s which amount to *207. <000. There CHILD INJURED BY COW. camp Sunday to work in the log aie still on hand unap? proved ap Walter L. Tooze, Jr., Lawyer, woods. They were short of men J Last Monday while playing near plications for $48,000 a lore. in the woods, consequently short her home, Neva, the three-year | Dallas, Oregon. tf. j of logs at the mill. Advertisements will he placed old little girl of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Margret Sammons made a trip ifl eastern cities for a bond issue Some ot the pupils of Miss Ham Zuver was attacked by a cow and of *500,U00 and no mor e applica- to Dallas Monday. mond gave a recital at the home seriously injured. The cow tossed Good four room house for rent. jof Mrs. Dave Grant Thursday the child up in the air bruising tions for loans will he received evening. This being Little Jack ’s until it is known wh* it results Apply at the News office. recital, he gave several vocal sel her stomach and back. It is fear- this will bring. W. Welter of Newburg was in ections. There were 30 present.! ed that she is injured internally. After the program a lunch w a s; The cow is said to be vicious and the city on business Wednesday. served by Mrs. Grant. that she has attacked grown 0UR ADMI! Miss Hammond was in Dallas Frank Heydon has disposed of people. In this mo*- nentou3 hour Rear and Salem Monday and Tues day. his ranch and stock in the Siletz admiral '■ i r a y s o n tr eads with Basin to W. C. Frink of Falls City An eastern exchange complain and Arthur Vassal of Dallas. The ^urec* 4 step the hun ficane dedk FOR SALE ing of the poor electric light ser transfer was made on Wednesday f the v ,'hite House his scalpel and vice says: “ Last Sunday night at Piano for sale. Phone 328. of last week. Mr. Heydon has ,ill bo x rattling a warr ling to the not yet decided what he will en church the choir were obliged to > n tr al Powers. _______ gage in. His wife will visit in the sing old familiar hymns as the .■ mii Hi wmfimtm « «■* ■ i B. F. Boughey of Salem was in east during the summer and he lights were so poor that they could Dtafoea* Cannot fce Ci -d town Saturday looking after his will remain in Falls City for sev not see to read.” Doubtless there eral months. appUcaUons, m * : A::,-___ I -I.:'' *. property here. was great rejoicing in heaven diseased por<.ion ^ OM~föeaaed P°r. l lon ,'í1 ?, “ i’ ia only one w ay to c>* o . - . u , over the return to the old-time Mrs. Alfred Vick of Salem visit t h a t I» b y c o n e titu lio n -i r m c t l i ,« , CLEAN-UP DAY, ■ 7 7 . « I . f i i i e - l b y o n In fla m e d • -.di- soul inspiring hymns. ed her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira It is getting about the time of " S s i t r u jrußss Mehrling Sunday. the year that the Mayor and the l i f t j— ® « l Special mention should be made n g . • ? d. h ! rh ' u a n d 'i n le r s tt ie 1 - J . E. Beezley of Salem came up city council get busy and have * " * • ‘• ¡ ” 1 £ t a ie n out a n i tini their annual clean-up of the city. of the program given by the school re s to r^ t ln o Ita n o r m a l . n l n r 3 . Sunday to plant some filberts on Tin cans, dead cats and other ac Friday morning and of the most in « WH» * • •>c * 7 , 5,u“ d IjV i ' ltn rrn . his farm near town. cumulations of the past busy year splendid music by the school lO ininK '» w 1 — S,T.t Ä i . a are gathered into barrels, boxes o f th * «dl • a n e l i n o t i reti P o l la r * f o t any r a - o o f Josh Talbott and wife and his and sacks and left in a convenient orchestra. Parents should en will «IT «O rt t b a t e a n » .,• b o c a ro tib f KÎ* 8 ^ f o r g i a r , tr father of Portland came last Sat place for the city, “ undertaker” to courage both teachers and their children by visiting the school. urday and remained several days. carry to their last resting place. ¡L ïS & Ü irK » Drink Pugh’s Loganberry Juice • iv ild g o u d u in tV ° N on •poof e q i o ) • • ( i i | * n b | n j ( | i | i a ) i n q M O B • P P * ' u d u l U 104 J p# A|j# p U IO JJ * P * W H lO M O d 9 NIHV 3 T V X O H ~ — - -• hum sti ’«a ■•»«-a •"if« V«A I» Ae m «*M iMirpv fai|vui ’•|ti«in«**u! p o * l i l t Q| •S|iuouo 5 « « 43 |M*k ••*!>«' !• *®H®°* *ai»at|t|M o» - <• tt ><U I (*•*« * UM™* tra» a>| * M * • inutai " ” *” w - • *' , .aM ultll M l n i l « n i l f o in n a a i iiu i u a a d j J * m « t | < III i i n a * o • taM | a » » fb e iu ui u| « f i l n | |*« a « •tW »toi J U M q BAoq i |) a in s u «<U « u t PD» M l 'I i u H m - tiP r » r M « « á d « » I m ’M a f a « n P u «» m au PP " ‘io* ! « * ® » n * ' I 'I M «•* r^o ■ ■ d a m n otui •iu«|pai*u| |i|I|* t u « * m 1 - 4 '• '* < "I* * * * * ® ” * * -T « L *J. • **' ' u • N O I1 3 I B K I t t e i p » rr» 3 i » * » 3 i n u ji p o tn « u i p i * » « u Mf«ej Iu|<(«ii laia« .uc»d*a»l | jn o y i 4 iu B ||M urod B B Jk V UOIttVUU|9 (|AOd«B»l I »JU JinU UOOd«»«| I anivo i m m lati « *U m ,V|* m »0 m *1 • u |*|» m i P»P »M «»• I » M d m >|| uM wq dn» I ‘»«a i a i m ’« m o o i ■pouiiuo SSa qoBa jo aanjd ut ’uoodswai w inoqi» 8 ui > iuh TVAOM J ° Amutmb piuomp -p» un 8utsn Aq auoiu ao ji«q-auo paanpai aq A bu j siiaa jo jaqiunu aqi sodiaaj jaipo A uhuj u j •siuaipojSui aAisuadxa inoqjiM apaui aq ubd ajfBO atuœ aioqM ‘¿uiziiaddn u b Moq SMoqs odpoj 3uiMO||q| a q x idling io y m sSSg ‘ on — HIGH SCHOOL NOTES the waffles on both sides. with syrup. Serve Corn Bread Mrs. Powers, Mrs. Treat. Mrs. Paul and Mr. Atwood were school visitors a week ago Friday. The ground for the school gar den has been plowed, harrowed and disked. The students will plant it in beans and potatoes next week. Sybil Wilson is substituting in the fifth grade this week in the absence of Miss Montgomery. 1 t salt 1 c corn meal 1 c flour 1J c sour milk « c sugar 1 <’gg 2 T fat 1 t baking soda Mix the dry ingredients thor oughly. Beat the eggs; add the sour milk to the tieuten eggs. Sift the dry ingredients into the egg mixture melt the fat. add it to the corn meal mixture. Mix quickly and thoroughly. Turn at once in an oiled pan and hake in a hot oven, usually 25-30 minutes. Brow n Bread 2 c sour milk. 2 t soda (heaping) I c sugar Add coarse Graham flour to There was not a very large m“ ke a thick batter. Bake in a crowd at the Institute held in the *lot 0VeM 4*5-60 minutes. B oaton Brow n B roa d, school house last Saturday. The 1 c rye meal 2 t baking soda speakers were: 1 c corn meal. 2 1 cream of tartar Mrs. Fulkerson of Salem. 1 c graham flour, 2 c sour milk Mr. Dunton of Lebanon. i t salt } c molasses Mr. Butler from Normal at Mix the dry ingredients thor oughly. Turn the molasses and Monmouth. sour milk into a mixing bowl. Add Musical members by Mrs. Hazel the dry ingredients; mix well. Courier, Miss Haslop and the Turn at once into oiled molds, and Orchestra, and a reading by Mrs. steam at least I hours. Remove W. H. Beard was much enjoyed. from the molds, and dry in the oven for a few minutes. The girls Honor guard gave a Graham flour may he substitut tea at the home of Mrs. W. H. ed for the rye meal. Beard last Saturday for the pur pose of raising mor.ey to lie spent PYTHIAN SISTERS INITIATE. for bandages for the Red Cross On Wednesday evening of last work. 45 girls are enrolled in week a class of twelve from Dal- «W] this work, mast of whom are High las was initiated into the Pythian ^p.1 School girls and teachers. Dr. Sister lodge of this city. Hellwarth is giving a series of The officers and degree team of First Aid lectures. The first was the Salem Temple came over and given Monday evening at the Me put on the initiatory work in a thodist church and was well at- very pleasing manner. teneed. His subjects that even A banquet was served at mid ing was disinfectants and surgical night to the visiting Sisters and cleanliness. Knights. Those on the Entertain- f Vicie Benton has secured the ment Committee were; Reatha Oakhurst school for the coming Selig. Maude Brown. Edith Brown, Laura Walker, Wilda Van Den year. Bosch and Emma Hinshaw. Superintendent Crowley visited school Thursday. Peace has been declared be Last Friday was Bird Day. It tween the Polk and Marion County was observed at school by a play Courts in the bridge controversy. let given by the pupils of Miss Polk County shutting off Salem’s Kennard's room and who are food supply forced them to capi tulate. members of the Luckiamute Lib il erty Bell Bird Club. The play CHURCH NOTICES was a plea for birds and showed their helpfulness to man. Songs Free M e th o d ist by the school and the flag salute Sunday School 10 a. m. completed the program. Preaching service 11a. m. Margret Sammons spent last Saturday and Sunday with Grace Hastings at her home in Pee Dee. H IG H S C H O O L R E C IP E S Uaed in D. S D e p a rtm e n t. Waffles. 1 pt. flour. 3 t. b. p. k t. salt. 2 eggs beaten seperately. H c milk. Mix dry ingredients, add egg yolk, milk and melted butter. Fold in whites of egg last. Before using the waffle irons, they should be heated slowly on back sides and oiled thoroughly. Pour the batter quickly into the hot irons, close the irons at once, and brown Song and praise service 7:30 followed by preaching at 8:00, Mid-week prayer meeting7:30 p.m Everyone cordially invited to attend these services. Edgar N. Long, Pastor. Rheumatism ANTI-URIC The famous ROOT and BERRY remedy for RHEUMATISM. Con tains no chemicals or opiates, and will not injure the most delicate V stomach or digestion. Results ^ guaranteed or money refunded. Price $1.50 per outfit. For sale by M. L . THOMPSON, Druggist.