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ELEVEN I'M ATI Mi A FOLK
FAIIj l. QUALIFICATIONS
ItHiiriit from Salem Slums Tliat
Coininitralivt'ly Few Applicants for
CWrtiritiuUM Miii loiimmln Mudc by
Slutc for Teaeliers.
Seven of the twenty-eight appli
cants for teachers' certificates from
thlH county were (successful In their
examinations, according to unofficial
returns from Salem where the papers
were chocked up. The list together
with the llHt of succewsful ones from
other eastern Oregon counties appears
I'matlllu Count', 28 Applicants.
Grlppa Garrison, Ida Musens, Mar
garet Stockton, Ina Sinith, J. C. Bow
man, Jamns Smith, Irene Pierce. Eth
el Warrington, Helen Brecn, Lyda
McDonald, J. C. Turk, May Water, O.
K. Goodman. Gladys Gosaard, Tracy
Barton. B. T. Uonel.
Baker County, 20 Applicants.
Elizabeth Sharp. Bessie Woods,
Ambrose McLoughlln, Earl Dunn,
Buth Dooley, Minnie McKay, Harry
Dyke, Margueretto Chute, Alonzo
Hempnway, Mrs. Branche Dryborth.
Vnlon County, 30 Applicant's.
Gladys Osterling, Louise Counsel,
Mrs. Mabel Morris, Mabel Brugger,
Hazeline Wilson, Frances Pepper,
Maggie Duggan, Josephyne Anderson,
Jessie Smith, Elizabeth Ryan, Jessie
E. FInley. Pearl Park, Janett Jones,
William Westenskow, Elsie Browner,
Emmeline Thompson, Stanley Eaton,
C. N. Hale. Zoe Bragg, Inez Stock,
Pauline White, Etta Shelton. Mabel I.
Grant County, 12 Applicants'.
. B. F. Verhage, Birdie Johnson,
Myrtle Johnson, Clara Henderson
Grace Daniels, Mrs. B. F. Verhage,
M. Elizabeth Stalter, Roxle Denny, F.
Morrow County, 17 Applicants.
Kate Bobbltt, Hazel Gorman, Ma
bel McNabb. Louise Hougen, Belle
Robinson. Elizabeth Slocum, Julia
Forbes, Jasper Morris, Mabry Currln,
Florence Plfer, Sue Park, Edna Car-
mlchael, Cora Vincent.
Harney County, 16 Applicants.
Shorman Smith, W. C. McLean,
Clara Ireland, Enid Cawt'eld, Anna
Ponnoly, Mary Albertson, Mrs. Alberta
Hughes. Zclla Irving, William New
ton. Dorcas Sweek, Mabel Robins.
Wallowa County, 17 Applicants.
Carrie Van felt, Mrs. J. A. Fltz-
Patrlck, Sadie Houck, Mrs. Mary E.
Andres, Maude M. Turner, Ora
SchmalholBt, Ms. L. Bussell, Flossie
B. Williams, Laura' Tyler, Bell L. Cut
ton, Millard BaUard, Oliver C. Flesh
man, Frank Ballard, J. J. Burleson,
Mullieur County, 30 Applicants.
Mabel Williams, Charles Tebbetts,
Anna Mayne, Lula Thomas, Olive Mc
Cormick, Victoria Carlyle Bertha
Johnson, Annice Carter, Mllllclent
Fuller, Ituth Randall, Johanna Mur
ry, Florence Williams, B. M. Randall,
Alice Larnham, Christie Johnson, Cor
nelius Healy Helen White, Lunah
Wa'lace, Augusta Baker, Herbert Lee,
Mell Carter, Mary Rogers, Rena
Biggs, Alda Wilson. Ethel Wllllkan,
C. D Rush, Mrs. C. D. Rush, Helen
THE INWARDNESS OF PILES.
Tbe Cauwt Is Inside: TTse llem-RoM,
tlio Imvurl Remedy.
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guarantee of satisfaction.
HEM-ROID (sugar-coated tablets)
acts Inwardly, and livens up circula
tion of blood in the flabby, swollen
parts, curing permanently where
salve?, etc., only give relief.
HEM-ROID costs but Jl for 24
days" medicine. Dr. Leonhardt Co.
Station B, Buffalo, N. Y. Write for
COMPLAIN OF HOT FREE LUNCH
Know Sliovelers Want Better on the
Bread Mayor Shank Furnishes.
Indianapolis. Two hundred men,
employed temporarily removing snow
from the streets at 20 cents an hour,
were given a free lunch of bread and
coffee by Mayor Shank. Some com
plaints were heard that there was no
butter for the bread, but the . mayor
Jollied the men, ate with them and
declared that the menu was fine. Few
of the men had either overcoats or
RABBI WISE FAVORS SUFFRAGE
CLARK'S CRUISE of, the 'ARABIC
T 16,000 torn. tnr, large, urmaualljr Krady ' I '
O THE OR1EN 1
February 8 to April 19, 1912.
Seventy-one days, costing only $100.00
and up, Including nhore excursions.
Special Features: Maderla, CnBiz, Se
ville, Algiers. Malta, Athens, Constan
tinople, 19 Days In Epypt and the
Holy Ijititl. Rome the Rivera, etc.
F. C. CLARK, Times Bldg., New York
Holds It Is Up to Opponents to Ad
vance Their Arguments.
Ifansas City, Mo. "It la not for
thoe who advocate woman suffrage
to give reasons, but for those who
oppose It," declared Rabbi Stephen
S Wise, addressing an audience com
posed mostly of young women at
West port high school here.
"There are reforms of law needed
by the "working women of America
which never will be had until women
vote. They will effect these reforms
as soon as they have the opportunity.
"That was shown in New Zealand
where the first use to which women
put their suffrage was to vote laws
that regulated their working hours."
VALLEJO WAXTS WARSniP
BUILT AT MARE ISLAND
LnlKr Unions. Merchants' Associa
tions anil Chamber of Commerce
Vallejo. Labor Unions Booster
Committee met with the Merchants'
association and Chamber of Com
merce for the purpose of mapping out
plans In the battleship fight for the
Mare Island navy yard. It was first
decided to get the advice of Senator
Perkins and Congressan Knowland,
then to secure leaders In each house
of congress to father the bill to have
a dreadnought built at this navy yard
after1 which all power and influence
possible will be brought to bear on
every senator ana congressman
throughout the United States to se
cure his vote for the bill. A com
mittee of one from each of the bod
ies represented was appointed to take
care of the preliminary steps until
such time as the different organiza
tions meet anil select their perma
FORTY POISONED BY PIE.
Delicacy Is Kept In Tin Pan for Day
und Then Warmed for Dinner,
Valley City, N. D. Forty persons
at Max Bass, N. D., are suffering from
ptomaine poisoning from eating pie
at a chicken pie supper given by a
church there. The plew as left in
a tin pan for an entire day before
being warmed to be served. All will
"HOPE" BOOSTER A SKY PILOT.
Glen Condon, Oklahoma SMirting Ed
IUr, Turns Evangelist.
Tulsa, Okla. Glen Condon, sport
ing editor of the Tulsa World and one
of the best known sport writers of
the southwest, announced through the
press that he will become an evangel
ist. He Intends to follow the style of
"Billy" Sunday in his new work, and
will use every possible publicity aid
to accomplish results.
"Red" Condon, as he Is familiarly
known, was the first newspaper man
to bring Carl Morris to the attention
of the public as a possible heavy
weight champion and he accted as an
nounced at all of the fighter's battles
in Olkahoma. ,'
He said his conversion Is the result
of a speech he made at the dedlca
Hon of the Salvation Army citadel
here recently. His deput as an evan
gelist will be made at a local church
within' a few days.
WASHINGTON'S TOWER BIRD.
His Lair In Postofflco Building S1hws
as for Years Gone, He's Home
Washington. The duck hawk is
back. Every winter for nine years it
has been a personal privilege to re
cord the return of this bird to its
"lair" in the postofflce tower. Other
local names of the duck hawk are
peregrine falcon and wandering fal
con, which mean much the same
thing. The scientists say this hawk's
real name is falco peregrinus anatum
It was eleven years ago that the
falcon chose the gray tower of the
postofflce department building for his
winter home. He has been here every
winter since. Plots have been laid
to slay him and to trap him, but his
cunning has risen superior to that
of man. ' He is a fine old bird, says
a correspondent of the New York
Post. Last winter the story of , his
life, as far as it was Known to Wash
ington, was given to the country in a
magazine article. Since then visitors
to tho post office department have
asked after the health of the bird and
have expressed more interest In him
than In the postofflce cat, which ap
pears only In a marble picture, a freak
of nature very catlike, In the wall of
one of the building's lower corridors.
Members of the biological survey
are "curious to know" if the duck
hawk of today is the duck hawk of
eleven years ago. This much is known
a peregrine falcon. . occasionally ac
companied by another of its kind, has
been in' the postofflce tower every
winter since 1899. Is it the same
bird? No one knows, no one can tell,
for one duck hawk is like unto anoth
er duck hawk In feather, in habit and
In the general glory of a bandit's life.
The chances are, however, that the
bird of eleven years ago and the rare
old fellow who today is feeding on the
fat of tame birds and wild birds and
tame mammals and wild mammal.) are
REFORM . NO! FITZSIMMONS.
Former Champion Declares Wife
Can't Make Him Stop Drinking.
New York. If Julia May Gifford,
wife of Bob Fitzsimmons, has really
placed the ex-champion pugilist on
probation not to drink any more Jer
sey applejack or other exhilarating
beverages, as Milwaukee dispatches
say she has, then all Is over between
them and the divorce courts can get
This was the ultimatum delivered
"If she said she waa through with
me forever. If 1 did not reform," said
the veteran battler, "I am through
with her forever."
Give Women One Day In Prison.
Golden, Col. Mrs. Concetti For-
glene and her daughter, Stella, were
sentenced to one day's Imprisonment
In the county jail and to pay a fine
of $1 each as accessories after the fact
in the murder of Mrs. Marie Laguar
dla, for which Mrs. Angelina Gararrv
mone was convicted here December
last. Testimony given by the For
glenes aided materially in the convic
tion of Mrs. Garrammone, who was1
sentenced to a life term In the peni
Weston to Have Saloon.
Weston, Ore. At a special meeting
the council decided to grant a license
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Mrs. Anna Polzer, 25Z8 Jefferson
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pound as a sure cure for coughs and
colds. It cured my daughter of a
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good remedy for coughs and colds.
FOR SALE BY ALL, DEALERS.
to one saloon at Weston at $1200 a
year. The vote' was a tie, three coun
cilmen favoring one saloon and three
more than one. The question was de
cided by the vote of Mayor H. A.
Brandt. Billiard, "pool and card ta
bles will-be prohibited, and no chaira
will be allowed. The bar must do
business In one room only, with no
screens to shield its patrons.
Elect Sunny side S. S, Officers.
Freewater, Ore The Sunnyside
Methodist Episcopal church, with the
Rev. Charles MacCaughey as pastor,
held a meeting this week of the Sun
day school board. Officers for the
year were elected. They are: Su
perintendent, L. E. Steward; assist
ant superintendent, Mrs. Frank Rani
some; secretary. Grant Mortan; treas
urer, C. Karker; corresponding secre
tary, Mrs. Kristian Rodgers.
Milton Farmers' Bank Elects.
Miiton, Ore. The Farmers' Secur
ity Bank at Milton held Its annual
meeting of stockholders Tuesday and
elected directors for 1912. They are:
Directors, H. A. Williams, S. D. Peter
son, W. E. Jones, S. S. Shields, T..A.
Williams and Robert McEwan; offi
cers, president, J H. ' Coffman; vice
president Frank B. Kent; cashier, W.
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