n THE DAILY CAPITAL JLH RNAL, ' SALEM, OREGO'" SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1916. ::::ee ARMY A VIATION CORPS WILL BE ORGANIZED Washington, April 8. The army avi-was asked, atiou corps is to bo reorganized and; "1 don't care to discuss it at this its personnel changed "by addition if time," replied B.iker. not by subtraction" Sewot.iry of War I "Army aviators are men of remark linker told the house military coin- aide daring," said the secretary in de initteo today. It was regarded" as his fending that branch of the service, answer to the inquiry as to what would ;" They hold an amazing number of ree be the result of the war department 's t onls for altitude and sustained flight teiVice, I accomplished other feats, iucluding the i 18 ot this shukeup that the Jews ... ........ i . . a iiitninl .. tnl.'u fi .1 cini t.i in. a tliu mn..r. Maker in Ins testimony defended the j estaiiiisnmeni ot world s recoms. aviation corps. Jle said he did not fa-! "We are going to have the addition Jews In England See Palestine Restored Independent State Ml mm sal am mm mm mm mm am mm mm mm mm ma w mi hi mm mm mi mi mi mm ma mm ml mkamAmmAmmmmAAZmiJ T.ondon, April S. Palestine's restora tion as' in independent Jewish state is considered a serious possibility by lead ing Hebrews in England. Tho Euro pe in Jewish organization is affiliated with the Jewish Congress in America, which is to meet in Washington this winter. The wars end, they point out, must bring enormous transfers or territory intend to take advantage. At the meet ing of the powers' representatives to L n CM , V ; '-i - - Aor government manufacture of aero-lal services of Colonel George Squier, I 'i"e nuns, in.n jt s i uiusi , .,i...,L o.i .,.o.i i... n..i:..t.n..i. f i .,, .u ii,..! tVm.i t'n iT.. .. n e ! see that thev are consulted, as Lucien civilian aviators. He also asked that 'of his intimate knowledge of aviafon. the author puts it, and he urges 101.1.000,000 be expended on aeroplane I 1 recently organized a board ot ivia- tlu'"' tc' . fork together witn the ulli developuieuts during tho next fourition. Lieutenant .Milling, one of its!"11"': object not only of obtaining just ears. i members,, is one of the best fliers in , un ic-1 pj. 1 righ s, but ot establishing "1 am satisfied," lie slid, "that the the aimv, if not in the I'nited States. 1 e vt-n t nu 1 ly a Jewish state in lalea- .1 i :il II.. 1..,.. 1.. ......... I mm ,i..l.tu line. ..'""uumi V """" ' i.,.,,,., y,.,,,,,..:,, ,.. k. ,.,:.1.,1 hi. M Lieutenant iirvon Jones, anotner nicm-: , "" v. . , , .v........... ... M her. is a darino flier. These two will : ll'le . that "it lalcutme comes our M put the new machines through their paces." enable mo to establish highly satist'ac tory contingents. "Have you formed any opinion as theresult of your investigation!" he Schwab Opposes Gov ernment Armor Plant HUMOROUS VERDICTS nnwer. flit Jphs must statu! united - to iUe tho rotmtry over and develop it as ( n .li'U'isih ut'irt in tin ii a iii)ii itunii will' allow. " tM t i 111 i i It i.l IT I on t III I' I 4 t ik mm mi I I I II :, 1 i'',i;i. ! i- i II I vvjy, I if I W I a. wav If m m ma m H ouse Gleani nmg Time Means that there are a great many extra articles in the Furniture line are ne:ded to give the house the touch of life and distinctiveness. ains or Bra penes Ammon Fowler Admits ( a V -s- ... ::(.- I J Many verdicts of a strange, curious, land humorous n iture find birth, not in . frequently, in coroner's juries and I, juries in the justice courts, j Uncommonly intelligent nre the cor oner s juries in Mississippi. Twelve j paring a formal charge nu n in Warren county, in that state, j against Ammon Fowler, i returned a verdict several years ago Yesterday morning at 11 o'clock ! which read: "The deceased died by I Fowler sat with his sister .ind her chil j tile will of Clod or some other disease j dren .is a mourner at the bier of Albert ! unknown to the jury." Duree, who was killed near Atlanta last Another verdict equally as solemn Sundav night, hour hours later, in the attorney's office was busy today pre- ot murder 'reads as follows: "We ire af A 1'in lion that the Decest met with her death ! from Violent Infirmntion of the Ann, Ipioducest from I'noan Cauz." An old story, ott repeated, is that an English jury, in a criminal case, ottice or tlie sheriff in Stockton, ne confessed that he had sent his own brother-in-law to the bar of Clod by a blow over the head with the handle of i shovel. Fowler, a big, brawnv man. born in once brought in the following: "fiuilty, I Fresnn county ! years ago, made n witn some little doubt as to whether 1 complete confession to the officers, at- he is the man." tor being arrested at tho house of his ! Another is told of a Welsh jury,! sister immediately following the fuu- which reads: "We find the nun whoiernl of his victim. -I stole the mare not guilty." ) "I killed him with a shovel hninllet" A case was once tried in a certain i he told the sheriff. "After 1 felt his county court, which involved the char-jpul.se and knew he was dead I went j : ai ter ot a bull. It was charged that j over to his house vnd got hia pistol the bull had gored and killed a valu-' which I placed at his side. I put one labia horse. Alter heirinir the testi- i cartridge in the Bun and ."mother at mony, the jury retired, and after a few I Duree 'a side. 1 thought somebody would moments' cnnMllltMtimi rt.tnritu.l ,,...l lllimr nil n lllninolti It. lt-i,l hit liim ,i,,l rendered the following: "We, the jury, I that nobody would be suspected of the I" ruin a venlict in favor of the bull, i murder. and believe him to bo a highly re-1 accused 1 would have come forward spectablo annual." Thu. the bull wasiHi'd confessed U E1 Killing Brother-in-Law j Stockton. C'al., April 8. The district 13 El El II 11 I EI II H 11 It It 11 II II 11 M II t1 11 ti WE FEATURE BEST ' FURNITURE ii an inuuceiii man nan neen i aiaagayaH-"" acquitted ami plaintiff lost his cise. A western judge is suid to have once in the pioneer days addressed a jury: "You' kin go out now and find a ver dict. If you can t find one of vnur own, get the one the last iurv used." When the jury returned, the" verdict was read by the foreman, as follows: "Suicide in the ninth deuree." Most amusing of ill is nrnhnldv one from Alabama, where lived one .Smith, ' who WHS lieenlinrlv n f'f i .l ...I u-itl. Photo by American Tress Association, want of discrimination between his own Charles M. Schwab and h'rs associates things and those or other persona, or in the Bethlehem Steel company have who, rather, was ignorant of the laws , , relating to mourn et tuuni. Now, once begun a campaign to create public sen- ,im() t,(, slj SmHh wli,p aloi. timent agninst legislation for the con- ing under a severe attack of the above struction of a government armor manu- mentioneil disease, and being further facturing plant. The L'nited States sen- impelled by the vociferations of an ate has passed the Tillman bill, appro- empty stomach, went under the cover printing $11,000,000 for such plant. A of night and feloniously took and car circular, addressed to members of con- lied away from a neighbor's pen a gress was issued over the signatures of shoit, valued at -one dollar and fifty Mr. Schwab and E. (i. Grave, president cents, with the intention of nppropri of the company, which described the "ting the same to his own use. lint, plan as wastcful in expenditure and un-. unfortunately, he was detected, ami in w'me in policy. Senator Tillman asserts course ot tune was tried. The jury) that the manufacturers or armor pit'te . " "core I1H.V re HOP NOTES 13 n r'i B Kf Ci ti n ti v, n m n ta ij n H IH u n ti ca mm ti M n i i i r, t! II IS V, t: it l ti ti n ii r; f, it & iimMliaiiilllMnMitiililMiiili,llJMJMnt.tjimLjiilMiL. -i finn,n,i Add More to the Home Than Any One Thing And to help you make house-cleaning easy we have added special lines of Draperies The Orinoka Sun Fast Draperies are 50-inches wide; colors Brown, Old Rose, Green and Blue Prices . . .$1.00 to $1.50 per Yard We also carry a full line of Scrims, Voiles, Cretonnes, Marquisettes ,etc, prices 15c to 45c per Yard See Our Window Display and Ask for Suggestions Our line of Heywood Gocarts and Carriages is the largest in Salem. All new and pretty models in leather imi tations, German Reed round and flat, etc. YOU GET MORE AT MOORE'S Ii. I...Riibble th is week bought K1' bales of choice hops from Krnest I'iper n 12 cents 'for McClellan at Salem. The choice hops in this sec tion are now nearly cleaned up. Only a few hundred bales of any kind.i i hops are left in the Aurora distri About 20,000 bales of hops are be lieved to be left in growers hands in California. The Oregon Hop Growers' association announced that' it ha.i on hand 7,000 bales. for the nation's warships have been roo- e'1 , ." V'1'1"'1 ot ' Kuilty of hog I lung the government tor twenty years. ' . .. 1 '".R"-'- lut judge . ....... ...... nirii u-Hiii-i us prop er, except that they had omitted to assess the value of the property stol en, an. i to retire and llrin.r in the r Letters from California hop firms say Hint hup growers in Sncrnmenfo, liutte, Yola, Yuba. Tehama, Placer, .Mendo cino, and othetr northern counties in California are pulling up their vines and nre preparing to turn the acreage to other crops. This action is said to be the direct result of the announcement by the British government of its inten tion to lay an embargo on the inn oitu- .'Mtioii of hops. Sublimity Now Is The picture is made from a very recent napshop of .Mr. .Schwab. Many Indian Skeletons , Uncovered at Oregon City verdict in "primer form." Auiln tw- retired, and pondered lour? mid deenfv lover what he meant bv "form." A't I Inst, old V. T., who had once born ins- Oregon Citv, April S.-The skeletons l"n "PJ " ,a '"' of twenty Indians were on exhibition ' ' ,w"l s' "" at In a ;-e enl interview ,Z Clemens ! llorst, '.he "iiflrd nroduc'r of h u.s in t'n T 1 1 . says: "The pli-finr '.f n-i embargo on hops by me Mritisli will be like hanging the crepe on tb-j door of the industry in the Icclfic coast states. The present low price of hops, rnnginir from 10 to 12 cents a pound, has been streets but work will begin imniediate- ,,,! fl,.,n,, t,itoi.in,. nrr.' r . . ,.'u",v " l. ''. "ys; J "ndcr trying to figure out the details of the battle in which thev were killed. to say, "Look at .-..un., a iiiuifj or i wo, wrote tne ver dict. It wis handed ill to the clerk. Hinge ol the amusement when the fob knows every part of the comity thor- 1 oughlv, he has every uualil'ic.ition for 17-11 ' T?l.i 'C' l a uood commissioner and should be rUliy LieCimieU jele. tcd. Of course he has personal en- jemies, as any man who is not a blank, Xevcr in the history of Sublimity has is bound to' have, but if anyone can ; there been such a change in the ap. slwnv us a dishonoralde action in the , , 1 life of A. C. I.ibbv, we 11 wrap nun is! pearance of the town as there was Sat- hard as we are' now trying to fairly I unlay night, Apfil First, when twenty : state his rpialifteatios to the people of. electric street lights threw their bright i this county. .Tct'ferson Vteview. rays over all the streets of the town. 1 1 The citizeiis.f the town have for BROOKS NOTES tho past few- vears tried to the utmost I - to have lights, but not until about five1 Ma. Mudgett and daughters left last months ago reallv knew that they i Wednesday for Montana to join Mr. would be successful. y .Mudgett, who has taken up a claim Karlv last fall, ('. K. Tavlor of the there. Stavton Electric Light Co.' submitted I The baseball boys are fixing up the, r his 'proposition in regard to lighting up 'linmond. enclosing it with a high board tie town, which was talked over by ! t,"!,c- The small boys will have to save the people and the council and was fin- j ,h;''r l"'"n";H now B,,'1,1.u' If1""'.'" allv accepted. As soon as suitable I . Th'- Methodist church is holding re: weather thev had to cease the balance v1h1 meetings this week of men setiing poles and putting up M"1,,1,1"y "T ,hf ;naaynt wires, but on account of the bad hly meeting at the home ot . weather the vhnd to cease the balance 'm''' cu u-i . ... , ... , . Mrs. Stumps, of Silverton. spent n of the work until about n month ago. , , . ( fc ,, Mrs SU;l, Mr. Taylor then employed W m John-, j, ,sf W(1.k- ,of h,!K,'nc t0, ',re ""' "f '''''" 1 liev. Stover's sinnll .laughter has business places and houses and also to .,e j,, ,,, ; ,mrr0vbiiig now. put in the street lights j yVm jjjj,,,, f Sll,,,n, tl UttM,.r At present Differ BoT & Co s store , t,,n,.llor f h,.,,,,, s.,llt Suii.Ihv at the and the City Hall are the only places v(imp of s AT it rdir-"k . that are electric, nglited oesiocs me, T, t..(Mlka T.iternrv societv 1ms ad U. S. SOLDIERS WOUNDED IN VILLA FIGHT caused by the threatening attitude of!v on wiring the other reside Kngland to place an embargo on the tmm American crop and also because -of the decreased beer consumption in Kjrope dii:ing the war. I look for a decr-visc ' f about 2") per cent in hop acre ig.i in California tliis season. California roses jonrned for the year. Mr. and Mrs. A. L'. Harris have a row Ford. (iervais Star. Vv. n l.nmA,,!'. 'sv 11 . . C' i f i,"u-;,i.,.,( .;..,! ; WO'l: "We, the iurv, nasi- about 120,000 bales of hoi.s annually ijini iiiu LieieiK anr ein iy una r.i tt' u iins Mn IUu tf 1 1 .......... . . .-...in ui i uuiiur him n in tavor ; i-u.huu un es or t icin. near the bank of the Willamette river 7,,",, 5 i ," ' ' " f...l (I,,. kA. A l. nll n liw.n , I . . ' discovered first, is believed from the trappings dug out of the dirt nearby, to have been that of a chief. The other bones, some of them badly decayed, were found in i heap, where the victori ous tribesmen -evidently had dumped them. Arrowheads were found in great num ber, some of them lodged between the bonea. Tribal rites evidently were observed in burying the redskins. The warriors' heads were all together their feet point ing outward from the center like the spokes of a wheel. Over the bones was a thick crust of hard, baked clay. MAEION HAPPENINGS Messrs. Ernest and Merl I'eaison, of Turner, visited homefolks here Sun day. Misses Carrie and liertha Houck were Albany vistiors Thursday. The many friends of ira Hobbs were grieved to hear of his death here Satur day evening, r'uneral services were heid at the Prosbytrian church at 2 p. m. Tuesday. Miss Hazel Bear, of Turner, spent the week end at the Win. Hall home. Lee Smith and family made a trip to Turner Saturdiy. Miss Lola Hall ami John Palmer at tended Christian Kndeavor ami church Sundny evening at the Pleasant Grove church. The C. K. soci il was held at the Win. Hall home last Fiidiy evening. Miss Uelle Wipper, of Turner, is f pending a week at the K. K. liis's farm. C. E. Olson and family, of Portland, have been visiting in Marion the past two weeks. Stavton Mail. ' I ' - 1 We are in the lead The World kicks a man when he's down. of the hog." lefendant. guilty aim I.ngland has been takiiiL' :ib..ut urori Kntcr- pnse. K.v K. When Did Shakespeare Off His Coil? Bell-ans Absolutely Removes Indigestion. One package proves it 23c at all druggists. Sin Francisco, April S lodging from the various and varying days on which literary societies all over the country plan to commemorate the tercentener arv of William Shakespeare's death, the Avon Hard's demise must have extend ed over n considerable period. St. Louis claims he died from April 20 to 2!l, inclusive. New York savs he surrendered the ghost from ii.iv 2:1 to May 27, also inclusive. Chicago holds he died from April 2S to May :i, the San Francisco German societies say he pn-od out on April 2.1. San Francisco city doesn't know when it happened. Then there are the lincon advocates wno say the bard much less died. CITY COUNCIIL HAS Ou account of having electricity, it is to be hoped that in the near future ! VETERAN OF SAN JUAN HILL some prospective party may open up a j DIES AT INDEPENDENCE neat theatre where inoing pictures may be exhibited. Independence, Ore., April S. After Mr. Taylor, who is manager of the an illness of over n year, I(udoli' Stavton Llectric. Light Co. is an en- i Miller, of this city, passed away in thusiastic man with plenty of ambition a Salem hospital and was buried in behind his work, and Sublimity people the I. O. O. F. cemetery here Thins certainly are thankful for the quick 1 da v. He wns born in Switzerland mi . "f and miod work he has done in electrify-1 1SH2, was married twice and is sur UJU oXioHlON . 71,,.;,. ,... m,ivtmi Mini. ! ing their tuw-n.- The SUBLIMITY ITEMS vived by eight children, the widow laud seven children residing here. 'When only 2d venrs old he enlisted In the army nnd served his adopted conn- itv council met. in regular ses sion Tuesday night with Mayor Heau-l cliamp in the chair, and all the mem-, (;ll,n Smith, wife and mother-in-law, fry for many years as a soldier, winning bers present. yrH. Murphv, of Jefferson, visited , special honors' at the battle of San Juan The petition for an extension of the; ffip,,,!,, Sunday. : hill and Santiago de Cuba. He was water system on West Water Street! (:,.,,. H..I1. .iccoinninieil bv his father, : eniiipcd in the tniloriiie business at 1 u- a imam iiioicu niier eonsmcrniiie ni. Hell, motored to Mucin rnuav. discussion, the council maintaining that; Mrs. Crump and daughter, Josephine, a street would have to bo opened up ! of Stavton, were isiting relatives here before the petition could be granted. ! Monday. Also the petition for extension of j Win. Herniens, mother and sister.l Centralia, Wish., April liev. W. water to Clyde Iloffcr's residence was i Katie -nod Father Lainck, motored to j s, Niciml, an evangelist, faced govern denicd as the returns would not .justify j Salem Thursday. i nient prosecution today for receiving ft the outlay. A petition for a light at a I Jack Hichards, of Fern lfi Ige, was , si,tgun and iimniiinit ion by pan el post, dark corner in Fast Stavton was grant- ! "'ling with Sublimity merchants Fri- j Nidiol was attacked at Wiulock Mon edK as was a petition by J. P. Wilbur ! . .. llu.v ll,',,?r " reviv il meeting. Fearing to connect with citv water. O. K. Tay-1 l'etr.ianos. wife and son visited further violence, he sent to Hood Kivor, lor was given permission to remove the stasiicy noiue at .icirersou, isuu ()regnu, tor Ins stiot gun. 'I he weapon , dependence. A MILITANT EVANGELIST Accident Prevents Reporters Seeing Race never even lived, certain electric light poles and to re j move his light fixtures front certain telephone poles. The usual grist of bills wns approved and the Recorder s and Treasurer s re dac. - DAIRY ASSOCIATION MEETS The annual meeting ( the Sublimity .,t. n,l .! fiI)airy Association was held at the itv ,. ...... ..... .. .. ..... ...... ..v " ,. - , them ordered printed in the Seattle, Wash., April 8. The press boat following the Washington-Stanford crew race yesterday -afternoon crashed into a hydroplane that cot m ahead of it and dumped six students of the University of Washington into the lake. They were pulled out of the water and taken ashore by the news papermen who forfeited seeing the race. At every regatta for the last three years the press boat passengers have had to write their accounts of the races witooiit seeing the contest, owing to ar cidents. Mail. Stavton Mail. NORTH HOWELL NOTES Stavton "' Suli"U,'' ",lr'l!'-V Jk te fi 7 I Among the new business they rc-elect- led R Wagner as one of the members ! of the board of directors for tlie next I five years. Among the principal speak- armed yesterday. The shape of the package aroused the auspicious of thei post muster, who demanded that it be! opened in his presence. A heavy penalty is attached to the' crime of sending explosives through the mail. The postmaster w ho delivers such i packages is also liable to punishment fc i' ' s i 4 - . i . i I AM ii i I ! h. ' 1 1 J , t ' $ r- - ; i t'i l t " 1 r . ; ; ' t I v i v m y M . - f I t . x i 3 H t 1 v . 1 -" V , k " , I :: Si .y..- i'v " . ' . ; V - .IWa.. . ... iv .... (c) I liicago Tribune. Photo shows three members of the Thirteenth U. S. cavalry, wounded in the fight with Villa nt Columbus, New Mexico, entraining for hospital aU El I'aso. 4c s(c sfc sc sfc jfc ic sfc fc sc sfc PERSONALS . . i i . . e 4 .tin. i w Porn, to Ma. and Mm. Sherman crs were la re nee iw.wne oi .msw,,.- .... vir.,inv A,.r!i n ti n. fund J. 1). DarriV of Silverton who boy. He will be called Clarence Rich-'t spoke in regard to co-operative work-1 mond. ings. Mr. Catlin of Salem was also up I V Mr. and Mrs. Al Keene and son Car-j ami gave an excellent speech. A. .'. - . ter ind Miss Marv Ha visitec with Burrow". Ii. Wagner anil .10 ,-cnrci - . ...... ... ..... Klmer Keene's at Waconila nn SnndnvU.-oro nkn ainonl' the sneakers. Mr. . I afternoon. Murtindale of the Inion -Mear i o. oi the drama entitled " he Last Loat I J'ortlnnil was among the at tendance ai which was to have been presented attB(, meeting, the Orange Hull last Friday evening, has been postmed on account of the ' ' HAS GOOD WORLD FOR LIBBY deith of Mr. Win. Taw's father who re-j sided in Silverton. I j;v,.rv indii ation points to A. C. Lib- Mr". Lllis Stevens was gucBt of Mrs. j )lV ' jj,,. rcpnl.lwan choice for county Win. Od.lie Sunday afternoon. coinmissioner. The Review editor has Mrs. Clyde Phillips and daughter,! 4110lvI1 ,jpl,v intimately tor 2o ye irs Maxine, were in this section, Wednes-i ,',,( iiils had many dealings with him, day. Octvais Star. jn n 0f which we found hiin honCHt ' ' a,i fair. He was born in this county. At a Jareneae bnnouet it is consid-i i... . i:,.. In.. I. pen nnsscd here, he has May, when the budget for the coming, ered a compliment to exchange CHI'S ',. confidence and respect of all, he year will be made out. Stavton Mail. with a friend. 'to Portland on the morning Oregon Pete 'Archibald, ot Corvallis, was u. Kleitric. 1 Salem visitor yesti'niuy. I Mrs. O. H. Heine is a Sit lent visitor, ILL. Hates, of Forest drove, w as reg- from Cottage Orove. j islercd at the Hligh vcstciduy. I Miss Fdna 1'urdy, of Orcnco, is visit A. .1. Killian, a merchant of Mt. Ai- ing relatives in the city. ; gel, is in the city, looking after !im ! T. D. Wallace, and family of the -Mac- ! f'l.ming interests on the Asvluni ro..t- Icay district, nre in the city. I Miss Jane I'hilpott and Miss Luc .Mrs. tl. I., ritciiard was in rue city i i inters, or iainlull, are in the citv nt SCHOL BOARD ELECTS At a meeting of the Stayton S. hool Hoard last night, the following teachers were elected for the ensuing year. W. ft. flauntt, principal; I). O. bu'vis, com mercial; Mrs. Clara Pratt. Miss Maude Hollister. Miss Cora Phillips, Miss .Nora C'rabtree. The next regular meeting of j ine noara will i,e tne Just .Monday- in Mrs. J. Kildee. of Henna Vista, is ill the city. Fred X. Leg;; went to Portland morning. .Mrs. Willia'm Brown went to Portland this morning. (icorge l.Miiiignn is in the city, ,'r'm Howell Prairie. L. O. Curtits, of Ifarrisburg, was in the citv vesterdav. Mr. and Mrs. s. P. Kimball are speud iug the day in Portland. F. i.. Buchanan, of the Rosedale .'is trii t, transacted business in the i it . I Mehama yestinlay after spending sev Mr. and Mrs. 11. J. Schulderman went end days in the city. yesferdny from Independence. T. O. Albert will spend Sunday in Portland, visiting his sister, Mrs. Sa rah Hotiinson. T. I). Trick, a fruit grower of the Rosedale district, is tiansncting busi ness in the city. J. i Mauler, nssisHint general fund iiuihter, went, to Albany this morning on company businevs. James K. Alison, bookkeeper in the office of secretary of state, went to Al- 'tending the educational meeting nf t! ' lllgll SCUOOI. I .Miss Oraco DcLsipp, of' Salem, h i' for her home last evening after n 'few days spent heie with friends. -i Koscburg lieview. I -Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wiest are i'. Portland to attii.d the funeral of Mi. West's brother, who was nccidentallv I killed at u logging ..imp near Scnp j poosei. Mr. mid Mrs. Y. M. Davis, of Sulc i. who have been visiting in lioscbiiii.'. bany this morning, w. J. liavis returned to Ins tumie at lett this niornini; tor Mclionl M Dm is is connected with the state high I way department. I!o?eburg Xcwi.