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Oyegonians Catching Smelt in the Sandy River
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k, ýjpjuinelt 8"t""' il ills the river to -jIatw'n.u e~l h ''er it it 'i~lr" %-ilti re,.ular tl~i ~ t I'4- bi .i.ae, lace
IV sm.osqulto liar awl o ~ther suI stitIutes. ..
si PURITAN ON HER WAY
See is the Puritan, challenger for a st
so hternational Fishermen's trophy, Wa'
a on her way to the Banks. She past
wa lnaetly launched at Essex. Mass.
1I INHERITS MILLIONS I
young schoolboy. Francis Fran
hlitrit several million dollars un
the will of his grandmother, who t
telS the United States and left an lea
40s which consists mainly of Stand- "
" btOl thaaleF. The youngster is a is
nat the Rugby school in Eng- us
l he grandmother was Mrs. H.t
kt his t o th e be IEsc i
hr I.1 the hie ms I
Auto-Locomotive Makes Test Run
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This auto-locomotive, so called wecause it is gasoline oDperated and1 runs on
or a standard gauge track, made its miailen trip r.eenmtly from I'hiladeliphi.I to
' Washington over the Pennsylvania railroad tracks. It has a capacity of 63
be passengers and can maintain an average speed of 35 miles per hour.
Angry Lemon Grower Destroys Orchard
n Digusted because the current price of lemons did not even return him
urh the Cost of raising, let alone a profit, a Los Angeles lemon grower picked his
no lemons, set them beside the road with a sign inviting the public to help them
n selves gratis, and then ordered men to chop down his grove. lie declares he
da Is through with the lemon industry and is going to devote his land to other
French Soldier Gets D. S. Medal
enCltS7ry of War Weeks plumlig the DistIagel d r
- Col. Gealie A. L Duoat, ilitary attache of th@e grch eombasy. On the
at s"tay. "
feel tIhe s..:le Aay, a 1 , , ,u hit, ha
"Ah, .'s," s: i l Mr<. F-hi-l:a lk, "in : ..
4 lito:li ill i :ll old tI .
, "I dl Init -are fui IiCw tree-. I k,'
o l tri',L. i i l , as I a : fi., of
l "Ili ot oil." SahlA Mr. l.:-hh.il\k,
fe"al ilt .isou \ts y, ',ºou hot, ," lm ." -
"I dii t A, Sit Aiuli ire l'iire fIri
you," .Ahid y 1rs. Fish haM k. "YFit k "iwn
I" Ietl) ell I dor l t,:1i'1e fo I r. li
Slthiik Aou rI, the ti t'd is t-a k Io
"a lIa\e etvur s.,l )ol."
* "I sio no ti'i t Wlih A it ' Ii \\h:y ,i \\'re
willing to be ily mnate." saill Mr. F'i~h
"Well, that did hcllp,," liunhe,! 'Mrs. by
fish-ll k\ . tra
"')if (.rol.l'." she i lenti:inutil :iaftr a al
timte. "yoAI IIi-ut ni tIhiiik I meanll I -
Iike all oIll thin- f.r I dn't. lIut
I like an ill tree for miy itie jut
H' 30o dot. Andl yet you lik' iti a:lln
I it nt t oili."
"T'rue, true'l." :i! Mr. Fiih-hi:l k.l
i lint It w i thie ay )'Ill ,l tke
tint that ularil'l lil for a lK olihent.
It wii< whic r tioi s:iii tli it ty t et Ihe
old it ii n t. Alnt, I thugiiht it io i uelf
"I \\,lih if an i, O y Tree." ha
ph td out ailes otler aniwl'd al wi<r Mr.
airal thlt ie thought I:as so young
"N:h. no,." :ii. Mrs. h-ha wk . do ot
wantlt a dice yo., ,g ntilte like mliv"'tf.
' worry.e ou sut ork to pgether tilon."y
toaoter andtih-hawke nli. t.,eth.r.
"I ow't we mut one whogetting on wthh
wiser than I mlding. that he culn't make
!said ,r Fish-hawki.
"Now I do hope no one annoys usi
or frightens e is," said Mrs. Fish-hawk. I
"I certainyLike hopeld not," agree."d r.
any mistakes "but awe will ande all right.be
afraid that he thought It swart to yohurtng
" nello I must not chatter so much
"Abut I a soust gthlaer som sticks."ndeed,"
said Mr. Fish-hawk.
"Now we must bo e gettingle on wiwat them.
the building.e" said Mrs. Fish-hawk. a
little nertnou to be watched and they
hiFistedl. "ut after a time theyt
Sthink that than extremely nere merely
hi iere by thed In their building andold ocean," she
"An excellet t plae for anything.
sa"I aMr. Fish-hawk. ish-hawkt
ahere"that I canl do my own building. I'de
ht tNow I do hoptle no tone annoys els.
or frightens usde" said Mrs. Fish-hawk. It
much nicer to do things for one's self
"Iu r home is rehoalpe not," agreed e'
built it and "but weis we awish it to
I than it nks in thee plhas gone by where we
wan tht itrt to hube.rt
"lt is our own home, our truly own
Shaore. t ve tah m e able to build easily
but It seems t me tohat whether I
culd do it asily or w.it sh iiculty I'd
always want a bea in my own littlee
"Ie and suI'pose people would say they'dm
-imsgt a 'hand' in the work bat I say
FI lsh-hawir admiringly.
te That' rs tho e Truth.
trude, " can spell 'nothming,' and thaet'
worid or a uttle maid o iour age,"
repalied her mothe pr. e wHereo do eor
islalnothing 'n "h be .. "Why,
Sdarln, thaurt in't riht. o yu it in,"
he maid Certrude empabtically. "I mid
ehieu t soee 'oh e t o whether
"pe, sau d se heoa wthu a y they d"
d Ger tr. ee
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Washington Pastor Broadcasts Hiis Services
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Homage Paid to Lincoln in London H°
The anniversary of the death of Abraham Lincoln was fittingly observed
with impressive ceremonies at the Lincoln statue in London. The ceremonies
were conducted under the auspices of the foreign members of the Civil War
Veterans' association. Charles Lemuel De Vault is here shown placing a
wreath on the statue.
Philadelphia Zoo's Baby Hippo
d Taies shows "Teddy." horn recently in the Philadelphia zoo, with his
i mother, ready to take his first outdoor plunge.
ie Where Clara Barton Was Born
rea h -o the .tatu
M* at Osterd, Mass., recshl restored by the Women's National Mtielemar a
la' societes' eu Uth UnIveglist ehurel)
Is, CIc· :-i
pid Lr fhlc fCaaBrowrarsadful5 fteRdCosd
at 3~'~~~~~ C~~; Oxford,~ Maa rcmd retrdb h oe' ainlMatnr i
a goltome h Uluaih
HOUSE PROBLEM SOLVED
Two New York buoys, Eugene Fatt
and Ed Carlson, have constructed a
but In a treetop in a vacant lot sur.
rounded by apartment houses.
FRENCH AND BUST OF POE
This showt Daninl ('hester French,
who hali just passed his seventy-see
ond hirthilay, with his nearly com.
pleted bust of Edgar Allan Poe, which
is to ,be unveiled May 20 for the Hall
CLIMBED A FAMOUS PEAK
Bridgehoro, N. J, and ROY Davis of
Montieello, Ark., Near East rellct
workers, reached the summit of Moont
Alaghens, fanoua peak of the Cau
casus montalIns, according to a recent
a dispatch from Armala. The peak,
Swhi h hau banled pert mounta
dlpkn~ s~IIUW)db h