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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, ORKGON, SATURDAY, DKGKMDKR 28, 1007.
IIHI!llllilHllllimill' Rocltatlou -"A Chriatnina Story"
SOCIAL GOSSIP ' i'wntomlmo "Ilock of Ages"
v vrwvii . ,j Glenn Parsons
ittll I I 1 I 1 1 1 'M4 frH 1 1 . i-H- Recitation -"Christmas Una Como"
Hhulont Holiday GucstM. Claudia Whlto
Tho holldny season horo haa been Recitation Jesalo Edwards
'.brightened by tho presonco of nu- Recitation "Tho Beautiful Story"
morous out-of-town guests, ninny of Esther Card
-whom aro studonts who aro attend- Dialogue "A Slight Maunder
ing colleges of this and other states Btandlng."
-and aro homo for their vacations. Quartet "Wlntar Is King."....
Many of them have boon entertained Recitation George Barnes
nt informal family ililhorJngs. Tho Recitation Mnb'ol Peterson
'Criterion danco was an event that all Solo Mrs. McElroy
billed to appear on that ovonlni;, 'boU'eon parts ono and two of tho
was presont and distributed tho vnrl
ous presents In porson
attended and a happy culmination
of n wook of plcnsnnt affairs. Among
tho Htudonta are Harry BenBon, Don
Recitation -"Tho Lookout Man"
Yantls, Prod Myers, Connol Dyor, Dialogue '.'Going Somowhoro
Mary PIglor, Tarn Catch of 0. A. C,
Cordon Mooros, Curtis Coleman,
Will Mott, Ralph Cronlso of U. of 0.,
Jimmy Swartz, conductor; Herman
Smith, haystcd; Mnud White, Sal
Mabel Robertson and Ralph Matt- Song "Como, ShoplTordB, Soo"..
hows of U. of C, Jamos Mott of School
of Stanford, and George SlmpBon of Song "Luther's Cra.dlo" ..School
Vancoiuver, a last year's graduate of Duot Pupils
Alonzo Porklna, Ilnrvoy Slator,
Gladys Parrar, Lloyd Mott, Mr.
Chrl8man and MIbs Campbell, of U. of
.; Orota Fortmlllor, of Albany Col
lego; Barbara Durbln, Holon Thlel
sen and Miss Dorroll, of St. Helon'd
Hall, Portland; Margarot Suthor-
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Cavanagh an
nounce -tho ongagemont of tholr
Ttand, of Portland, and Ida Hendor- "daughter, Lonna Eleanor, to Mr. O
Song -"God Bo With You Till Wo
Moot Again," (In silent language).
Recitation "The Wlfo - Hunting
Deacon" Lorona Whlto
shot, of Eugene.
L. Ragan, tho wlddng to .tnko piaco
Mltw RartUctt Entertains.
Among tho ploasnn social ovents
of tho past wook was tho party given , Flshor-Wolf.
-at Lausnnno hall by MIsa Bora Bart- One of tho prottlost wedding coro
Mt to her Btudont frlonds. An Im- monies that has taken placo In Sa
promptu program wna rondonod and lam this season was solemnized Inst
various games woro onjoyod until a Thursday, Docombor 2Cth, at high
Into hour, wlion tho many guostH noon In tho Plmti M. E. church, when
-who claim allcglnnco to tho cardinal .MIsa Viola Allco Fisher, tho oldodt
nnd old gold left for tholr various daughtor of Mr. and Mrs. W. II.
"homos, voting MIsa Bartlett ono of pishor of this city, was given In
tho most delightful ontortnlnors In
Tho church was beautifully dec
orated, tho ontlro apacloua rostrum
bolng converted Into a forest, among
which nppoarcd tho old brick Christ
Ian church. To mako tho bcoiio
moro real tlnsol diamond dust and
cotton woro used to reproiont a win
ter scene1, ovor which wns cast tho
reflections of a moon and stars which
Ishono through tho troos. Tho sat-
tollto and stars wero effectively rop
resontod by specially designed oloc8
trie lights. Tho electric lights wero
a fcaturo of beauty In tho aconq, as
various shades of lights woro
thrown on tho roprosonted land
scape. Around the rostrum nnd!
down tho aisles evengrcon and flow
ers woro used effectively.
Tho following progrnm wna ron
dorod: Piano Duot
.... Messrs. Churchill and Catlow
Invocation Rov. Davis Errott
Vocal Solo.... Miss Jonnlo Williams
Reading Mr. Pparl Jones
Violin Solo Mlio Joy Turner
Vocal Duob. .Mr. and Mrs. J. Wonger
Reading Clark Bolknap
Vocal Solo Dr. II. C. Eploy
Reading, Chostor Catlow
. . . .Mr. Churchill and Mr. Cntlow
DIs'-lbutlon of presents.
As guests of honor tho Spoknnn
football team occupied seats near tho
center of tho chapel.
Miss Beulah Myors.who through tho
Journal's voting contest for tho most
popular. saloslady lit town, was glvon
tho freo box to "Tho Mian on tho
Box," had as hor guosts Miss Efllo
Noodhnm, who received tho next lar
gest number of votos, Bertha Allon
and Gladys Colo. Mrs. J. W. Crag
hond chaporonul tho party.
M. E. Sunday School Entertain.
Friday afternoon tho mombors of
tho First M. E. Sunday school gave
a Christmas party In
rooms of tho church.
Tho Stanford Gloe and Mandolin
clubs-, at the Grand Opora Houbo to
night, will bo qulto a Bocloty event,
attended by tho alumni of thnt and
othor colleges, and by studonts and
socloty pooplo In general. Clifford
Brown glvos a box party and haa as
his guests tho Misses Brcthorton, of
Portland; Miss Coopor, of Tho
Dalles; Miss Jonc, of Lablsh Meatl
ows; Miss Thompson, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Cha-mcey Bishop, Merrill Mooros nnd
Curtis Coloman, of this city. Other
boxos will bo occupied by itho follow
ing young peeple: Tho MIbbos Bar
bara Durbln, Nolllo Thielson, Vlda
Cross, Althea Mooros, Mario Hofer,
Madellno Walker, and Messrs. Ches
ter Moores, Carl Gabrlolson, Laii
ronco Hofor, Ralph Moores, Curtis
Crow and Ralph Cronlso.
Tho most promlnont social event
tho locturo of tho season among tho youngor sot
An oxcollont'and wns attended by all tho
program was rondorod and a social
ChristmnH in Waldo Hills.
All olnborato Christmas dinner
Falls City. At 11:45 Prof. Roberta
rondorod Mendelsohn's wedding
At the Illnlc. I march on tho plpo organ In his ub-
' Tho Auditorium skating rink pro-;uni offoctlvo mannor, aftor which to
aontod a brilliant scono InBt Tuesday. the swoot strains of Lohengrin's brl
ovenlng whon apodal Christmas ox-'dal chorus, sang by six beautiful
orclsos woro onjoyod by hundreds of voiced slngors, tho bridal party cn-
lovora of tho sportj torod tho auditorium and marched
marrlago of Dr. Osmar K. Wolf of j was srvod at tho homo of W. L.
Slmmoral in tho Waldo Hills to
about 20 guosts, aftor which a social
aftornoon was groatly onjoyod by all
prosont. Thoso present woro Hon.
J. S. Anderson, of Howoll Pralrlo;
Geo. S. Andor3on nnd family, nlso of
Howoll Pralrlo; Sol Anderson and
family of Salem; C. J. Slmmoral
Durlng tho ovonlnT Santa Claus.'to tho altar, whoro Rov. W. II. Sol-jand family, of Sllvorton; R. J. S
iporsonated by Mr. Arthur Moyora, jiocjt united thorn boforo moro than. moral and family, of Mnclony; E
Elks' hall last night by tho Criterion
Club, composed of Lnuronco Hofor,
Ralph Mooros, Carl Gabrlolson,
Chester Mooros, Ralph Cronlso an I
Curtis Cross. It was a largo affair,
and wns woll nttonded by all tin
young socloty people of tho town, and
by many out-of-town guosts.
Tho decorations woro dlntlnotly of
tho collogo ordor; ponnnts bolng uaod
ns tho wnll docoratlona, and with
rod Christmas bolls Btrung across the
room from tho four cornors furnlnho.1
artistic decorations, Mcfllroy's or
chostra of Bovon plccos funlBhod ox-
wry ii ii ii i iiw m hm trtai
In snliA .. ..
e was 8ufrernK ",inMacttu
tho Mavn ".prosl,lenllaln4rl.at,i
Ho d 1 C
.' weter ,14
' "? wns ""able to i..' "?!". br
TAFT'S MANAGER SAYS HE MUST11"0 lr,P bck comniViI. ..
CUT LOOSE Plum unnaif.vKtm Hm 'o was nnnt. Drt
AND RUN ON HIS OWN MEltlTs! ' !'0d Tho " found?' k
OK QUIT. t,m "1 Secretary cli n f
sensation In tho
rt,.. "' JOlll,,
;;:. KClla8 a result "f',;uoi
Leased Wlro.) "ul ""rry m Mtr "' "".
Doc. 23. A now r, Mol ddvolopmcm.
national political .arrilsnmont by tho ZT'i M
- 11 M1LP I1A-.. '
arena waa sprung touay wlion Vorys.
... A ... M
iiiunagor oi secretary Tart's boom'. ; u,,i "G" u raclnir w 1
for nrosldonrtlnl honors. aclvlHn,i i,rtiInlotnto Commn, 8Deftl,J
war socrotnry to sovor his connection
with President Roosovolt, so fnr ns
tho presldontlnl campaign la con-corned.
"uuiuierro n . s
ovor tho qucatlon of ,.rlH
oaso ot ratcs on T u,
run i fin nu . " uiftn l.r
- .. nu imrrlman rallrnJ " '
ITorya sont word '"""' lumber manofadn17.
i m.. i i. ... .....!,.. .niiiiiiinro nf U- . . 'him
hi urn, io iiuuuuiicc inn Biuiung ior i -- mo raclflc Coait v
himself In hlo speech to bo dollvoredcomo I'sonally t0 m0 tyu
It Is roported that Vorys sont word ".rominent lumber mannr,,.' 8;trl
,ppoi of tho Pacific Coau
como porsonallv fc ... .. a"
Unfnn 4i, Rfl,t.. a ii.. ... ailCOS. mnai nt !.-. .. .'' I'i
rinpnmhnr SO. Au tlm roo.ilf nf fl.la crlrllnatlon nnd i.nl.,.t ...
nnnouncomont tho rush for tlckots sonabo rat that are bo JIm
to tho banquet has Increased at a nB Hectically (0 dwtrov n '"
wonderful rate. !otu,on' Victor h. neckmB T
mry of tho Pnoin- n.... ."iV"'
Mnnufncti..w : '..rrywtei
. - "wiaion, linn.'
'"MiJiU LliU lIlflllQTtf n .. 1
od tho winter presldontlnl cnmpalgn'nroui,co
DOINGS IN WASHINGTON.
Washington, Dec. 28. Tho roturn
to Washington this wook of Socro
tnry of War Taft has otllclally opon
season. Thoro Is cortnln to bo In-
Enrlicellont music, nnd from 8 o'clock to
cumo out In IjIb chariot, which was ono lwindrod frlonds and rolntlvos. .e. Taylor and wife, of Salem, and
drawn by tho Lawlor chlldron, tho Tho brido, who wns beautifully W. S. Koono, bosldos tho hosts, Mr.
J-uvonllo akatlng oxports, who ntt'red In oropo do solo trimmed In 'and Mro. W. L. Slmmoral nnd George
havo boon entortnlnlng tho patrons duoho&a lnco nnd onvolopod In a vail .Slmmoral.
of tho rial: for tho past fow daya. 0f whlto nob, whloli wna hold In
Tho children woro prettily costumed 'pir.co by a wreath of narcissus, on
and grncofnlly circled about tho hall torod tho wot alslo of tho audltor-
wlth St. Nick and Anally haltod by im on tho arm of hor fathor. Sho
S:30 gavo a concert, aftor which
camo tho grand march, led by Clar
onco Bishop and Miss Allco Peebles,
during which tho programs woro dis
tributed. Two of tho dancoB woro
glvon with rod light offoct, and wero
Tho pntronosaos, all woll-known
socloty Indies, wore: Mrs. F. W.
Ancient, Freo nnd Accoptod Masonn
nil nvnr flin wnrlil nlinnrvnil voator-
tho big Chrlatmufl troo, which inIorn-tcarrie,i bounuot of nnrclssus and ''day as the birth .of St. John, tho
od tho cantor of tho hall. Tho scores' WftB nrocodod in tho bridal procos-iEvatiKOlUt. Tho two local lodges, Bonson, Mrs. Chauncoy Bishop, Mrs
of skaters lined up around tho floor'80n i,y hor lntor, Miss lono, who "with appropriate oxorclsija, colobrntod Wlllinm Brown, Mrs. W. N. Gntons,
nd woro glvon oaoh a gaily palntod aot0d rc tho maid of honor, and alo 'tho ovent last ovonlng In their hall on 'Mrs. F. E. Smith and Mrs. A. E.
horn, on which thoy soon bwamo l)y four i)rdomnld, who woro tho cornor of Court nnd Liberty .Strang. Punch wna served during
such proflolont porformrs o to noar- ,,owno(1 j whito, and carrlod bou-'stroota, with an oxcallont program jiho ovonlng by Constnnco Cartwrlght
ly drown tho straiu of MoElroy'n QUCtH 0f wiiito cnrnatlons. nnd hnnquot, and tho usual Instnlla- and Lucllo Staloy.
1and. whloh put up tha mualo dur-j qij,B Rroom nnd Mr. Ronald Glo- tlon of ofllcera. o
ln tha evening. Ah tha gong sound-(Vor n8 )Mi mMXt 0ntorad at tha wot Tha spnploui lodge rooms waro; onlirA
od for "SkRtaa off" at 11 p. m., tho ontrnuoo and p-ocootlod by that alalo flliod with loyal mombors, tholr fam-ivPAlirS
Stinnv lnilnrA ralliotnntlv loft tllO iUo. nlfni u1min llin livn mi r tin lllui n.wl Invltnil frla.ula Innrr linfnrO . - I ll-'l-V
- ' l .., ii..w. ...w ..w ,....-. Mim ...... ... ,.v. ......... ."f ..-.-.-
floor, carrying with thorn a pioasant ,not nmj the boautlful ring cor- tho nppolntad time to bogln tho pro-o-omombranco
of ChrlaMitas Evo, 0mony was glvon. At tho prdpor gram, and all 'tho chalra obtalnabla
1007. .tlnio Mr. Flshor gavo tho brldo awayjworo prossod Into sorvlco.
- nnd tho groom placod mpon hor fln- Past Grand Master J. C. Moroland,
Fniltland Christ ninK, 'gor tho band of gold which omblem- nftor bolng Introduced by Hon. F. A.
Tho pupils of tho Frultlnnd school 8(Vi jg fnltli nnd constancy, In uMooro, who acted as grand marshal
Xavo a dollghtful entortalnmont Wod banutlful almlla tho ring-was llkonodfor tho ovonlng, gavo an Interesting
Tieodny ovontnK to ommomornto to truo nffootlon in that nolthor had nddrosa.
Chrlrtmna. The school room wns nn ondlng. Aftor tho ImproaalvoJ MIsa Joy and Rex Turner beautl
prottlly dacoratod for tho occasion 00romony hail boon concluded tho fully rondorod "The Old Oakon
with ivy, ovorgroon and flowors. A bridal party ropalrod to tho church I Bucket" (air and variations) as a
largo Chrl-tmiiH troo adornod with ,mriorg as tho choir again sang nlnno duot, after which tho lmproa--gilt
and tinsel and an Innumornblo Lohengrin's bridal chorus. A recop- aivo Installation sorvlcos woro glvon.
numbor of boautlful prosonts occu- tJon wns j,0ia jn tho parlors, whoro Miss Hortonse Epplay then delight
plod n position on tho stogo. uio mnny C0Btly and ologant glfta woro od tho audlonco with a zlthor solo,
excollont program rondorod was in mosontod "to tho happy couplo. . "Holmwoh." As a recall numbor
keeping with tho Christmas spirit ( Tno WQading party thou roturnod
and rollooted groat orodlt upon tho t1 m,0 piahar homo on 18th stroot.
nuplla nnd tholr tonchors, Tho fol- wil0ro nn olnborato woddlng dinner 0n by Miss Vera Byars, tho roador,
lowing progrnm was glven: wna 8orvoii. Tho drnwlng room.'in a manner, that brought forth
Song "Joy to tho World"., School uinmR room 0nd hallways woro hearty applause.
Rocltatlou (adorned with ovorgroons and smllaxj MIsa Gaynoll Baldwin captivated
Hy Klnlon, Harold Whlto intermingled with choice chrysnntho- Htl presont with a violin solo, "Spring
Song "Dear Llttlo strangor .... mums and olustors of pinks and nar- Song." As an oncoro sho gavo "Shop
i - i
Miss Epploy gavo "Landjngor."
"A Christmas Exporlonco" was glv-
oonoo,iolssu8. .herd Boy."
Rocltatlou ."Santa uiaus l.ana- . . Tho lowing young ladles wero
inuti uray .bridesmaids: Tho Mlssos Piglor,
Recitation "Mrs. Santa Clans".. nolllnuor. Goodo and Wostormlre.
Lot L. Poarco, grand master of Or
econ. dellvorod an address which was
-"Mrs. Santa Clans".. ninineot Ooodo and Wostormlre. fnrnoftii nnd full nf tho cront truths
Vnno Ralston , w ntw1 ,Vrilf loft. ThlirsdaV nf frntnrnllv Tim f?no&t nnrl mnm.
evening for Newport, whoro they will bors presont then repaired to tho
With Cash .
Thoy pay by chook, bocauso It
Is tho a08t way. Tho sim
plicity and convenience of a
chook aooount appoalB to ovory
ono who kuows Its advantages.
If you aro not familiar with
tho dotalla, wo aak you to call
at tho bank, wo'll bo pleased
to explain to you personally,
and toll you how you will be
spend a week's honeymoon, aftor
whloh thoy will go to tho John Day
country in Eastern Oregon to reside.
Tho brldo Is one of Salem's most
popular and accomplished yoaing
! Sate State Bink
banquet hall, where an
sproad was aorvod.
Tho following officers
Salem No. 4 M. P. Baldwin, W.
ladles and has a wide circle of friends ,m.; M. A. McCorklo, S. W.; Fred
In this city. Sho Is a 1907 graduate (R0uf, J. W.; D. W. Fry, Troas.; John
of tho normal dopartmont of tho Wll-Bnyno, Sec: 0. F. Elgin, S. D.; II. O.
nmotto Unlvoralty. Tho groom white. J. D.; Henry Vandervert and
graduatod from tho modlcnl depart-; p. p. Caroy, stewards; N. P. Rasnus-
,mont of tho Wlliamotto univorsuy son, TyUr.
Pacific No. 50 John P. Burton,
W. M.; James E. Godfroy, S. W.; F.
A. Turner, J. W.; Geo. H. Burnett,
,ln 1906. As a studont Mr. Wolf was
vory popular among tho various or-
.gnnlzatlons of tho sohool and it was
.In tho hljtorio halls and on tno Troas.; Lot L. Poarco, See; J. S.
'claaalo old campus whoro tho friend- Wyant, S. D.; Edward RoBtoln, J. D ;
.ship begnn whloh has terminated In Sam Adolph, Steward; II. Sohomak-
thls prosont happy alliance.
Christian Church Christinas Eve.
Christmas was appropriately cele
brated at the First Christian churcb.
Tuosday ovonlng by an excellent mu
sical and literary program and a
Christmas troo which probably out-
shown in splondor all other efforts.
Santa Glaus, notwithstanding tho
various other places where he was
Ncslko Club Entertains.
Tho Neslko Club, of Chemawa,
gavo its annual entertainment In tho
school chapel last evening. There
woro about 500 guests presont, and
tho studonts proved themselves to
be adopt entertainers. One of the fa
vorite numbers was "Tho Totem
Pole," offeotlvely rendered by MUs
Evelyn Wood, during, the Intermission
(Unltod Praas Lensod Wlro.)
Everett, Wash., Doc. 28. As the
roault of an attempted robbery last
night about 7:30, at Snohomish, ono
holdup man Is doad, his partner seri
ously injurod, and threo Italians of a
company of sovon aro In tho hospital,
vlotlms of 'tho bullots of tho high,
wayman's gun. Tho dead man was
k Iliad by a blow fqom an axo, re
ceived from ono of tho Italians, and
a spado used offectlvely left tho othor
holdup man torn and bloedlng and
minus ono oar. The wounded man
rocovorod sufficiently to give his
namo as William Carroll, but refiisod
to divulge tho Identity of his dead
Shortly aftor supper at tho Ital
ian's cabin, a knock was heard on
their door and two men, masked,
stepped into tho room. An order was
given the Italians to throw up tholr
hands. Tho Italians showed fight
and a volloy was opened from tho
highwayman's guns. The threo men
fell, and In tho mlx-up a spade and
an axo wore secured, and for several
minutes a battle raged In tho llttlo
room of the cabin.
Flnaljy ono holdup man was laid
low by a blow from tho axe, cleaving
his skull. The other highwayman
was felled by a blow from a spade.
-. lumber famln6 over the eounlrr J
nrnilnrn n ..!.,.. . .. " "
BlOIl on tllft cvmt t. .... I
creased activity In tho camps of tho ftiso a880rU that ' r' UJ
dlfforont rivals for tho Republican i, fnr,,, ..,.. '.T ..cat1
nomination from now on". Mr. Tart's rotes aro allowed to contlnn?"
"literary bureau" In Columbia Is , , , " 1
working ovortlmo In kcoplng mom-l DurlnK lho ..
jbors of congress supplied with nlco sonntor Durkott of NebrataiS!,
,,uu" "'" vAtw..,,.,, w.u ..huU 100k n poll of tho buktniitk
of tholr cnndldato and Insisting with Hlllto to ascertain their Tltti .
vatloun turns of wrltton speech thnt loglslatlon to provent a rwr
ho la tho only avallablo candladto of unaottlod financial coaditloct Ei "
for tho Ropubllcan party to chooo has nlrondy received upwirdioim
at Its convention In June. At tho ropllw, tho majority of ihld a '
niiuiu muu, ouiuiiui- iviiuA nun viui.- rrom Ul0 gmallcr and tUte tuli
Prosldont Fairbanks aro burnishing or tho total number rcctlrtf Hi
up tho brnsswork on tholr booms nnd0f th0 baHks expressed thesjt'm
proparlng to got Into action. Sena- M being In favor of a jowiie;
tor Forakor also Iiub arousod hlnHK,mrnntco for depositors id pj
Bulf nnd la now ongaged In nn often 35 woro ncnlnst It. Those lihw
to forco tho Taft pooplo to an opon'of n p0Btnl BavlnB5b"ank!ija!r
l.... l..n..M. I., rtutn HITiintn Inn" - . .. .. ... .,
turn, ui ntiuiiHtu wii'U" """' "" sa, wniio iii nro opposeawn ih
Cannon Ih not saying much, but It opposition Is based on U pod
Is notlconblo that ho Is chowlng up thnt postal Bavlngs bub nil
moro cigars now than formorly -a i,rt banks of small car! uJ k
trick that always botrays tho fact n Kront nld to the lit utw
.that tho Bpeakor Is ongngod In doep bnnka. Almost wltboat uttjto
thought. Former Socrotnry of tho th0 Nobrnska bankcnUsOff
Treasury Shaw has boon running t rn banks, nnd mwiif
ovor to Washington rrom Now York York Institutions, fctttiu
quite froquontly of late, and ho lins'ront flurry. ThoyatowV
not donlod thnt ho Is in n vory ro-jcnlly unanimous In fawl
coptlvo mood. In fact, thoro Is llt-!ROvornmont rogulntlon d !
itn iimiiif Mint wlian Hio nrosldontlal iinn nr irmi mmninleistaiiirU
l.. ..... ,..i ii ...in .iui. n' i.i. ..t-iu.1 nt
iiguining unvuuH u win uibuiwru proiont suparvwwu -
corltablo foroBt of lightning rods. tmtlonnl bnnk.
.Tho action of the Now York, Rapuh-i o
Menu County Commlttoo In poatpon-j Lnne Fnmlly MedicisUiV
lug tho ondorsomont of Govornor nxntve u does not fpre v
HughOH' cnndlilney Is not rogardod wonkoni but imparts a fl"
as having hurt Hiighes' chnncos. buoynncy nnd strength tW
Mlihtful. At nil druggist !
As hnd boon expected, Raproaon-
4..n.. rm.nnit.n w Tlnrlnn nf Ohio -. ii SimlanC"
IIIU.U iiiuuiiviu t.. .-....-- -- I lll'lllllll" ". '! . .v.
has boon reappointed ohalrmnn of, Wh(U 1r0mlsos to be "
tho RIvors and Harbors Committee mAsii foufiht grldl'oa coi
of tho Home. For mnny weoks Mr. lhe he(lgon wiil bo eilWlw
Burton hns fought ngalnst a r-tnrn nooU nt 2:30 on the Cht"
to tho londorshlp of this committee, wh(m cho huBky team ofl ;
it iiatfifT hta nxnresBod doslro to be at ,ft,. tho sfnW1 ol ll' i
:o work Independently on kane Amateur Ab'llc
of tho House. His loPTh0 Chomaa "rttlrf
of tho subjoct of water-"to b0 ln perfect condition.
it naincr niB oxuruntsuii uubiiw - ara niB'i iiiu -- . ,.
. ...,. Allelic Awer:
loit iroo to wont iimiiBiiu"i Kane awh"""
vnnw nncn or .lho uujuv.i. ....... tn MU ... iiU..i. -- .. 1
ways, however, mado him especially us0 iOVOral of tho b r8TthU,
fitted for this asslgnmont and Spoak-Iwon fama in forber W ;
or Cannon Insisted upon his nccopt- 8kln, but have not been ' (
Ing anothor torm. Mr. Burton has tn,8 soason. Among"
changetl groatly within tho last four ters nro Rube Sanaen. (
years on tho subject of npproprm- tho man wna p.
tlona for waterway developments. Ite the jnvmclble cC,eV. pCM
has kept down bills to tho minimum Spokane eleven " ,0liusi
In tho interest of economy, but at tho ball 8tars, and roe i
recent convention of tho National (,ny wiu bo sure w a
RIvors and Harbors Congress, held worln
horo oarly this month, ho madej
i,n.n,n i,i .nnvArslon to tho plat- rKlroy's IW1"- . . ,vi. tliert
form of tho organization and said, At tno skating rt t
timt Ti acrood with It that the 'tlim) flnd evening. Ww
iimi como when not loss than $50,- )ltted free B"er '
Whon pains or irritation exist on
any part of the body, the application
of Ballard's Snow Liniment gives
prompt relief. E. W. Snillivan, Prop.
Sullivan House, El Reno, O. T
writes, Juno 6, 1902: VI take pleas
ure in recommending Ballard's Snow
Liniment to all who aro afflicted with
rheumatism. It Is the only remedy
have found that gives immediate
relief." 25c. 60c and U.00. Sold
(by D. J. Fry.
Bun ti -Jt tMYwHawAhwys gought
nan' nan a vear should bo fixed -upon
as tho sum to bo oxpondod by tho
government In developing the rlver3
and harbors of the country. Judging
frrtm tiii statement. Mr. Burton
look with favor upon tho efforts ,s always
bolng mado by members or the Na
tional RIvors nnd Harbors Congross
to havo an appropriation bill passed
at 'this session. It is considered au-
solutoly essential that work on war
. ! i. rmnVlflrl With
orway lmprovemenui uu v -
tho utmost rapidity because or
groat growth of commerce and tno
complete Inability of the railroads
to keep pace wth It.
Thoro has been a veritable epi
demic of grip In official fcles during
tho lart few weeks. It has attacked
and mado prisoners an unusua 0
groat number of senators and ropre
sontatlves and laid two member s o
the cabinet by the heels. Both Sec
rotary of the Navy M-teall and Sec
rotary Cortelyoo. Tiav J' b
and under tho care of Pby89
a number of days. Tho fd
the navy had an especially WW
.lego, which ho largely brought upon
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medicine and cure '
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