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be likely to tmei'ei-t olio who** ip
pe*ranee gitea ovidenco of having
been long mauled. 1 mould lotion
They Aro Fighter. and Diplomat* and Th* P,M Th«’' p ,«> ,n *' • ■"«•»•‘ »la'
mend you to Join m* In plartug am h
Soldi* ra and Sailor* Too.
*-IH o f th « N a tio n .
a couple '
The United Stale* marine corps ! The debt which American lshor
The lady agreed, and thev at once
ia the nldeat, most efficient and v*r- OWM to
l* aucemeth <ot
bogan to show that outward Indiffer
aat.ile of all the branche* of the forth in a communication to the \a
ence that i -litrn-itm t ith III# behavior
military and naval service.
I tlo,Vl1 Geographic society from W.
of a pair uf lover* or a newly mar
When the Continental congress ¡•L Showaiter, a part o ( which is i*
A M a n K in d ly T a k e s A n
“It won t do." said the man, "for
established it in 1775. baling its
,h « «ocitty as the following
me to go out ahead of \ on on arrtihig
organization on the royal marine* bulletin
o t h e r 's R is k .
at Arlington avenue elution and recto
“Northwestern Furope ha# given
of Fngland, a story began that is
nolter. Thai would giro you a " ay at
written on aome of the bnghteat ns 17,000,000 immigrants, where
once. We most elep out unconcerned-
page« in the history of our country, southern and eastern Europe have
ly I'll let you carry your suit case.
B y F . A . M IT C H E L
for the marines hare been first on
Juat as If we had been married »wen
"T he labor supply which immi >
the field in virtually every military
ty year*, and go my w n ;. leaving you
operation or demonstration our grants have brought to the nation
to fellow me without looking hack for
force# hare made against a foreign constitutes an incalculable debt
A man dressed like a gentleman you."
power, and so perfect is the disci Seven out of every ten of those who .
The couple descended from the train.
,rom ? , ™ta , ‘ .1 ,0 .b,,rb* n The man watching them left It a mo
pline and morale of the corps that work in our iron and steel nidus- | station, asked
there is no case on record where it tries are drawn from this class; sev train to the
would pas*, then set ment later and, keeping them In eight,
has failed to act not only with full en out of ten of our bituminous out to walk to a residence which here j went out after them to see them take
courage, but also with that restraint coal miners belong to it Three out evidence of ¡living heeu shut up for a cal> together. They were l-eing dilv
and forbearance with which men of four of those who work in park the winter. Entering, be went up *n away when the ahatlower csllod
another ceh and. getting Into lt. ha !e
must meet situations involving in ing towns wen' born abroad, four stair». H alf an hour later he looked
th* driver follow the one that was
ternational complications. They are out of five of those who make our out through a window and saw a hand lea ting
both fighters and diplomats.
somely d re *ed woman emerging from
“Now. see ere." said the man play
About one-third of the marine those employed in our woolen mills, another country residence a few hun Ing the part of the hn*l>an(1. dropping
corps it distributed on the battle nine out of ten of those who refine dred yards distant. She was carrying Into a vernacular that was natural to
ships and first class armored cruis our petroleum and nineteen out of a suit case.
bluj. "You ain't Miss Lawrence no
The man's face took on the expres how. What d'ye want to put up a Job
ers, where the members do guard twenty of those who manufacture
duty and man the secondary or tor our sugar are immigrants or chil sion of one w ho had discovered some like that for? You're the 'ousemald at
thing interesting. He kept bis eye# the law reucea "
pedo defense batteries of three, five, dren of immigrants.
on the woman, who was approaching,
“““On do you know I am ?" aaked
six and seven inch guns.
till she passed the bouse be was in;
These men are always ready for migrant comes, he is, as a rule, then, taking up a suit case he bad the woman, toiling
“““Cause I m the Tookcra butler, the
expeditionary work either alone or above the average of the working packed, he went downstairs and hur
pert ouse to the Lawrences. I ’ve *<H'n
in co-operation with sailors. They classes in his community, for money ried after the woman. Lifting bis bat you In the Lawrence hack yard
form the ships’ army and on land is scarce in southern or oastorn Eu politely, he said:
a angln“ up the wash Wot y' got In
"W ill you permit me to assist you your suit case anyhow?"
serve as infantry and artillery. rope, and the peasant who can ac
Thus they form a mobile adjunct to cumulate «enough to bring him to with that suit case?”
"W ot's that to you?”
"Thank you very much; It la very
the navy, ready to preserve order at the United States must have some
“You and I are In for It together.
light. Po you know when the nett I f one gets hoff “tother get» hoff. I
any threatened point and to occupy purpose in life, a fair share of am
train leaves for the city?”
reckon y' got some velyahle* In your
place* of strategic value when tne bition and no little ability to prac
"In ten minutes.”
•'lit case, hain’t you?"
movement of soldiers would bring
have corre from the small villages in
"Reckon you've got some In your*.“'
to rea-'b the station a ad buy my
"I don t mlttd lettln' you know that
What skirmishers and pickets are
I'Te got some gold plate "
“That th e alien’s children are less
The two walktul on together and by
to an army, the marines are to the
"W ell. I've got some Jewels."
military establishment of the coun illiterate than he is; that they com the time they reached the station had
"Now w ere gittln' on to an uuder-
try. marines have been engaged in
'Ow would y‘ like to git rid
ing the train the man helped the wom
expeditionary work in Santo Domin
he is shown bv the statistics gather an on to the train, and on seating her 0“ your Jewels till there's no danger of
go and eisewhere, while others are
you're bein' found with 'em on youT'
ed by th e United States bureau of self she made room for him beside her.
"L ike enough you want me to trust
garrisoned at advance bases such as
th e census and bv the immigration
the Philippines, China and Guam.
commission of 1911. Furthermore, country house," he said.
"W ell, If you don’t like that, ‘ow
Several thousand are on garrison
The woman started.
duty at the navy yards, magazines these s ta tis tic s prove that his grand
" I supposed Mr. Lawrence s family would you like to take my haul?”
"I don't want it. I ’ve got enough
and other military plants, on de ch ild ren are about as free from il in the city and the bouse was unoccu
lite ra c y as the American child of pied."
risk now without takln' any more.”
tachment duty, on rifle ranges and
native lin ea g e and even less dispos-1 "1 am Fanny Lawrence," was the
“W hat you gotn’ to do with the spar-
at legations, prisons, hospitals and
klera when you git ’em safe?"
ed to insimity than the child whose j hesitating reply,
recruiting stations.— Richard Smith
”1 don't know Kell 'em If I can."
anceetry m ay be traced 'to colonial
"You're purty enough to wear 'em
tim es. I n everything that goes to 1 ”1 needed soma things and came ont
show good citizenship the grand- tr set them. T hey're In my suit ca s e . ' yourself. They're none too good for
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l f „ ..a s o A v a .'* lf—
A t.. A A iiiit e e b .w ie a
T he S tic k le b a c k Legend.
My case exactly. My
country house you.”
child of the immigrant stands the
This compliment put a different com
The stickleback is one of the spe s ta tis tic a l te st as well as the child ts shut up. and we're ali In the city.
I needed some thing,« and came out for plexion upon the treatment hy the wo
cies of fish that build nests. There
of Ttativa parentage.
man of the man. She preferred to rely
is a legend that the stickleback
“How manv immigrants we «hall I "And they’re In your suit caae?”
upon him, as most women prefer to
builds a nest because during the
rely upon a man
receive in the future no one can
deluge it pulled the tow out of the
"W hat would you do with ’em If I
say, but agricultural students have j There was a pause in this dialogue.
bilge hole of the ark, and if it had
d eclared that the soil of th® United | It was evident the lady was 111 at turned 'em orer to you?" she asked
not been for the hedgehog, who
In a tone that denoted « disposition to
Stat<es has a sustaining power of e.ise. Presently the man »aid:
plugged up the leak with his own 5 00 to th e square m ile. Assuming
‘“The next station 1» Cloverteu. An yield.
"Ob. I’d lake core of 'em till I could
body, Noah and his sons would have that, one-thira of the country is oc other road rossee this one there I'm
turn 'em back to you. If you were
had an exciting time baling out o u tw d bv w aste land, we have room
to |MV® fW»
«n<1 f' ke
caught with 'em on you you'd gif sent
their boat. When Noah found out on th is basis fo r 9 0 0 ,0 0 0 .0 0 0 peo- «¡her on the other road/-
up for somethin like fl« e or six year*,
who had done the deed he ordered
d0 * ou do ttaati?*
and that «ouliin • pay since you've got
as a punishment that the culprit
a felier as Is willin' to take the risk
should be compelled each year to
Let the Sheep Do It.
CnIon * ?attou Thp ° th* r « “P* •*
on hisself "
___era! tuna!! stations before retelling the
build a nest, while other fishes would
She being the weaker sex, he suc
One good wav to clean com pletely
#t 0Be o f whlfh , , b i „
have an easy time of it.
ceeded In persuading her to cast her
& piece o f weedy or brushy land ,MTe lt
burden on him She handed her suit
w ith sheep is to fen ce a sm all por-
.-For wh8t p B rp 0ip r
Korean Marriage Customs.
case to him. The expression on his
tio n o f it tem porarily, using th e por- ! .-iP
be more coreveclent fo r me
The Koreans marry young— tio n t o be cleared fo r a n ig h t pas- ; The lady was silent. She seemed to face as he took it was. to say the least,
sometimes as early as twelve or tu re. W hen one spot has been clear-1 be thinking Presently she asked her crafty. What was passing through
fourteen — the matches being ar ed in th is m ann er th e fen ce mav be : companion at what station be would hla mind was. “Might as well bing
for a sheep as a lamb, and two abeep
ranged by the older people, as in moved to an oth er fou! spot and stop.
He said Arlington avenue
China and Japan. The young folk tre a te d in th e same wav. Often th is ! Then, after a few questions as to the Is better than one."
“When'll I get 'em back?” she asked.
have very little to say in the mat manner of killing out undesirable location of the Arlington avenue sta
“Let me see. This Is Friday. A
ter. After marriage the young cou wild gronvth is much faster, cheaper tion, she said that lt would be a more week from today yon meet me—do
stopping place for her too. you know th# fountain In the park?”
ple usually live with the husband’s, and b etter than grubbing, while the convenient
^ ^ man
^ perhaps she had
parents — in the old patriarchal,
wild growth is of some actual food | £ * 7 ^ ' leave“'?!«"tralT 'th ere "and "be
The wife, provided h er value to the animals.— Farm and
“WelL you meet me at the fountain
would be happy to secure her a cod
husband is able to afford servants, Fireside
at 12 o'clock add I’ll give ’em back to
veyanee. The lady thanked him and
is kept pretty closely at home, only
said she believed she would do so.
the women of the lower classes go
He called on the drlrer to stop, and
Rata and Eggs.
‘ Would you mind,” she said after a
ing out much in public.
No single point better illustrates period evidently devoted to delibera she got out of the cab.
The ahadower was disconcerted at
the sagacity of the ra t than the way tion, “when we reach the Arlington
f bit division. He could not follow both
in which it eats an egg. I t bites avenue station, getting out on the car
of them In different directions, and,
Hydrophobia used to be called S t through the shell and chips off small platform and seeing If there is any one seeing that the girl was without ber
H ubert’s disease, in memorv of a fragments as neatly as a squirrel apparently looking fo r some person?”
suit case, he concluded the man hail
“O f course I will.”
nobleman of Aqnitaine, who, a t one opens a rrut, consumes the entire
It, so be directed h!s drlrer to still fol
“I suppose you will think It strange low the cab. It finally brought up at
time a famous hunter, renounced contents without spilling a drop and
the world and lived as a hermit in then sits up and licks itself clean my asking you to do so. I think I the entrance to an alley. The man In lt
the forest of Ardenne-g. In memorv like a cat. Rats will steal the eggs shall have to give you my confidence. alighted wi*b two suit case« and, hav.
I am engaged to a young man to whom Ing paid the fare, was about to enter
of his career he became the patron from under a sitting hen. In one my father objects "
the alley when he felt a hard on his
saint of the chav'e and dogs, and his- case they carried off- seventy-five
“ I see you are going to elope with shoulder and, turning, saw a man who
shrine was nested for many cures, dozen eggs which a commission mer- blm.”
threw open his coot and showed a
especially o f people who had been «hant had incautiously stored in a
bitten by Fbad dogs.
"B u t how is It that you expect to
‘" O n did yon get on to It?” aaked
meet him at the Arlington avenue sta the culprit.
T h o m e * Parr.
tion? You did not Intend to stop there
Poo and ‘T h * Balls."
“Never mind that; come with me."
Among the extraordinary cases of till I spoke of doing so myself.“’
An hour later there was an Inve3tl
Poo first thought of hia poem
' You don't understand. I don't ex gallon at the police office. The two
“ The Bells” when walking the longevity on record and well at
pect to meet him there. You see. I am suit cases were opened.
streets of Baltimore on a winter’s tested is that of the Englishman,
a bit nervous lest father or my brother found to contain valuable plate, the
night. He Tang the bell of a law
has learned what I am about to do other Jewels. The pollco hod been put
yer’s house (a stranger to him), Shropshire to 1 he age of 152. The and may stop me."
on to the track of the housemaid and
walked into the gentleman’s library,
were not looking for the butler. How
shut himself up and the next m orn him a fte r death, found his body in
Shortly after these travelers had left ever, the culprit eiplained the matter
ing presented the lawyer with a excellent condition and stated that their respective country homes a lady of the double theft and how he bad
had it not been for his intemper living opposite the house from which como to be In possession o f all the
copy of the famous poem.
anee he might have lived much Miss Lawrence emerged called up Ju loot. Since he had nothing to gain hy
lian Lawrence in the city on the phone telling that the maid might be cap
H a ppiness.
and gave him a bit of Information that tured on a certain date at the park
T h at ail who are happy are 'equal
D o in g H e r P e r l.
produced in him a sudden activity. fountain he did not mention th" fact.
ly happy is not true. A peasant and
However, the next morning on fak
“ W ife, will you thread a n e e d le When the train reached the crossing a
a philosopher may be equally sat
for me? I want to sew on a few man In a striped waistcoat was stand Ing up a newspaper »he saw an ac
isfied, but not equally happy. Hap
ing on the platform. He was about to count of the capture of the man who
had become responsible for her »hare
piness consists in the multiplicity
. “ Whv. ri»rtainiy. There von are. board the train when he saw the rou-
of agreeable consciousness. A peas Now von oaji sew on your buttons p'e step down from It, whereupon he of the plunder and kept away from
ant has not capacity for having while I go to th» bridge club. Some scrutinized them closely and let It go the rendezvous. Several weeks later
a member of the family she had robbed
equal happiness with, a philosopher. tim es I w in d e r how you managed on without blm. When they boa pled
met her on the street and turned her
b e fo re you were married.” — E x :oo, and took a seat in the rear of »he over to a policeman.
On her fHal the prosecuting attorney
•ar they occupied. Bur they failed to
P a id H e r a C o m p lim e n t.
found It difficult to convict her. since
Dr. Johnson never had a reputa
no stolen property was found In her
Intend ed .
ad In them. As soon as the couple
tion for paying compliments, but it
Boswell, when his famous life of wore seated the man turned to the possession and she was not known to
hav# disposed of any. Klnce the was
is related that once when Mrs. Sid- Johnson first appeared, m«t T/ord lady and said:
very penitent her former mistress for
dena, the great actress, called on Tburiow hurrying through Parka
" I f you are trying to avoid capture
him in Bolt court end the. servant ment street to the house of lord# hy your father 1t behooves you to exer gave her and she was set free
As for the man who had so kindly
did not readily bring her a chair he and said, “Have you road my book?-’ cise your wits Unless some one on relieved her of the risk of being caught
said, “ You see, madam, wherever
“Y es, confound you,” growl ®d the watch for you know* you by sight with the *to!en geode. he was given
you go there are not seats to he L ord Thnrlow, “every word of it. I you may throw him off the track. One three years for each robbery, making
looking for a runaway couple will not six years la all.
h a d !”
nouldn’t help myself.”
UNCLE SAM'S MARINES.
8A T U R D A V . JU N K »0. 1917.
WE SELL THE BEST
Tod ay, to m o rro w , o r n e x t w«>ek you
w ill find th e best th a t can be bought
at a n y tim e or any place.
SHOES AND LOGGERS SUPPLIES
Prices as low as consistent
first-class m erchandise.
FALLS CITY LOGGING 4 LUMBER CO.
Low Round Trip Fares
M a n y P oints in J u ly
Independence Day, July 4
On Sale July 3 aud 4. Return July S
between all Southern Pacific stations in Oregon
N. E. A. Annual Convention
Portland, Ore., July 7-14, inc.
On Sale July 6-13, inc. Return July 18
from all Southern Pacific Oregon stations to Portland
Eastern Cities via California
On Sale on various dates in June, July. Aug. and Sept.
Liberal Stopovers. Limit 3 months
Newport and Tillam ook Beaches
On Sale Daily. R eturr _Jinit Oct. 31
Week End On Sale Saturday and unday. Return Monday
See our local agent for information
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent
Southern Pacific Lines
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