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THE SALEM CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREOO WEDNESDAY. APRIL 7. 1915.
, 4 I JUST RIGHT SHOES Have the Style and Give the Wear. $1.00 to $5.00 Clothes With Merit We have great confidence in selling you Bishops Ready Tailored Clothes Our thorough study of clothes-making for nearly half a century, is a guarantee that our customers will be satis fied. Every year we add new features, to give more value, in our popular priced suits. $15.00 $20.00 $25.00 SALEM WOOLEN MILLS STORE Henry Clews Says Recovery From Depression Is Certain Sport News i Jack Johnson Suddenly Makes Change In Plans TRACK REVi Willamette University Has New Cinder Track For Prospective Sprinters After tun y of ranu'et effort itrnl vnbinics t'f cuiver-clinti Willam ette I ' ni vt-rsily truck nut. will now In .tide In (ruin n'l :ni up tt ih.lo oill.liT track Tliif vv'll it 11" w IImi truck men emlier i'. fie f I r i 1 1 tt vt'tt'y tt tint line irittiinif 'h .it in in i ..vt.i.i't... , I II II ..-llli' II intuit I IMI- ! ' . i , . . , ' , , i ,,, ..... j i ti'ii'ny I hii.i rrliMlilv luti.iiucd tndtiv I .1.- . IK III! I I .mill. mi' ue I'liii'r.'ti mi' ring, tn got nut mil. i ilniii in funncr cinder Intel, w' UIIIL' surface wt v iim liurii'il ii Hilling tin' ( 'llli'll TllttlllpS.,l llllll (I tlMlll'rl nt' UICII '.live been sto'nlilv winking on tin' truck, pulling in retaining walls, (.proiuling a I'ivit nf ),i:vi nviT tin' ln'il iiinl 'nvi'rinn nil wit', ii layer ol' it roei.ed tinder t tin' track is unw al ums! cninpVlfd. it will ln rolled with II nli hin i nl 1 1 r. 'I'm' truck is ii iU H'li" iiil'i' nni', mid Ii in nil average Vtidih nl' twelve feet, which will iilliiv tiii.r 'liven I . i r run ners. T!n lilll Mini iln.-li is ei;l.lien feel in niillli mil will in: I. nnc nt' tln I est lull yard cursci in tho stiilo. W illi tin' I'iinVr I rit" k n rciility nml '(' nf tin' Vl'-V lc:t, I Ii, hi'lii'Vi'il Mint ni'W into." it i'i track nml t'irlil work will In' nw nl.i ln'il, liutli in tin' ft llo- H in si-Ii i .il nni! in tlui tnwns- 1 1 1 fur tin'' will now linvi' n I'liuni'i' III St'C Hltlllc lit' till' h, St events in nth- j"l ir i iii t lii'ir n'n i ity. 'I'm ni'W' I nil' k will ulli w of some now records to In' iii.ii! in the noucou I'creufe nii'i't which i.i to Ini lii'M mi V.. 1!. fii'l.l M n y Mult of tin' credit i; duo ti tln work (lnni by Clinch Tli'niiiiiu ill making tlin finder truck u I'l'rtuii't v. (By Barjy Tari...) fn va mi, April ll. Suddenly changing liis 1 1 1 II H, .lark . 1 1 1 1 1 1 :-: . 1 1 1 is nil. king 1 1 r i 1 1 -irutimis for n iiiii:k gctawc.y from the .I'l'lli' (if Ilis lll'f"!lf lit t'lC llillllls of .It'HM iVillurd tonight. n . ! i' li ' 1 of going to dint iniiiie, lie in riini il ti titty to lotivo Inr I . ii I :i ii . 1 via .lanit.iin lit tin1 earliest ...H.-ihle mouii'iil., Tlifl'i' were iitii'on l"u nidi nntm in "irciilntiiin toilii, ' that .lol iinon was to I'i1 arrested on the wliitn slavery cliurg es still pending Pgliiniit him ill Chicago hi which hi'- ".lumped " ij,.'il,IMill luiil. iVIii'I her these i ii imirH wen rrHnn.iillr 'or tin' ni'rii I'liiui'n lir. jilnns wns pot kiniwn. ami tlic Imi'icr c li ti in i .ri'iiMcil to ivi' I. in ri'ii.inn.. ''or ilcciiting to si a i'i for Kiijjliinil tonight. In.iii'inl ol tin' ijilllli.lHI.I iintii which COAST LEAGUE STANDINGS. j W. T,. I'ct. I. on Ancji'li's 5 3 suit l.iiko ;i 2 .(iou Sun l''iuiicisco 4 ;i ,,r,71 Onkltunl ; 4 ,429 iVi'nii'p 2 II MM ll'orllnml .1 5 .;i75 I Yetorday'g Results. At Suit l.nki'-Snlt l.iiki. (i, J'ort- Illlllllj. At Hun FinnciHco Sun Frunri.Hco 1, iwi 0 1 m iiininijHl. At I .(IN Alir-t'lt'K ,oj Alll(ll' ,'l, Ouk- laud 0. it ut tin' rt'ecipts wi'ri only .riii,H0ll. (If 1 11. : 1.. 1 .1 j.'i.. ..11 1 .. vnciitiiin I""" ' """"" cc.-i.cu T,.,,, ,,1- JACK JOHNSON'S ARUEST. Wi'vliiiitnii, April 7.-- (itt'til Kiirprisi' at il.c rcptiits thul .IncU .lohusoii, ox lii'iiv wt'iiilit. t'lianipioii, woiilil lio ur ri'itcil in 1 1 11 - ii mi an. I lnuiiuM to (lie I 1 11 1 1 I suites In laci wliilc slavery lel'tiiuesi ii oxpiciM'il here nulay Ity ! As.f'.laiil Altoiney (leneral Wtiilace, 1 who was in ehaiie of (he prosecnt iou ol .lilllllSOII. Wallace ileclnreil lie lunl isntetl no ortlt"'. for the arrest of the lillicli, knew iinlhitiL! nf the presence nf secret ser vice men in Havana ami huil heaiil nf no -lcn lie inn taken fir' the elia 1I1I iou of the erstwhile chniu ion. Uii.elnill prtictiee n (nut I'ulliiisii'siii v. elt, Satiirilm nftei'iini'ii t'liiversily nt' tin 011 w ill nii'i't the It ciil ti;i;re ! linn in their fil.tt nanit, oilier than p actice mimes, nf lie sc. if -u. ttiei;iiu lit'S slrnnij ti'tini ,li:i year 11 ml will ilniilit less put 1,11 11 fast unine. Init ii In net ri- lupecti tr lie then tn see the littitii'. I'n.tcli .'I lit'iiipMiu I ns not i eu ; nil the lineup nf the Icnin for the Ciitiinic; i;a lie, l ,.t wil1 iln ,n tninnmiw, nMint: on w illi , when he mil ilis'. riliulii Ilia new suits Williiniette this tn the men Item nf tl n iir.i, Take Stock in Piper" Says the broker: "You want to chew tobacco to get the real juicy sweetness out of it and you want to chew "PIPER'' to get the top-notch plug-chewing of the world. Down in Wall Street we use it all the time. "PIPER" not only saves our time it multi plies our tobacco enjoy ment." PIPER . ' 1 1 ieiD5iecK CkiTtiict Ckiptt FUnr The greatest distinction about "PIPER" to a innn who likes a smacking good relish to hi chew It the fa mous "Champagne. Flavor." The wlney tasta minutes on his tongue with the natural, mrl. low sweetness of the ripest, rich est, carefully selected tobacco leaf. "PIPER" ta the highest type of chewing tobacco In the world wholesome, healthful and (Atufytng. U So w4 IOu wlii iuh..,, loll wm1, w pmni, ik rirka'iuwf. THE TOBACCO COMPANY or cAuroRNiA SAN FHANCtSCO, CAi. Catchers Are Released By Manager "Hap" Hogan San r'riitii'isi'n, April 7. Cutcliers .lack Hliss tiiul V'nntz wefe rcleitseil ten ilttys 110,0 Ity "Happy" llo(;tin, mil rnifri'i' of Venice, ncconlinc; to 1111 unnoinice nient iiinili' liy llo(;au tinltiy, who stateil Hint he .in! not limine the fi'lease of llie tw 1 tellers Iieciiuie they asked him not to. Vuutz was seenreil liy Venieii in a truile with l'oi'tlnnil tliis Hprine;, hut never li tn) a elnince to piny. Hliss is 11 veteran of the I'tieifie coai.t lenniiit. He Ui'uiliinteil into tlic Nutioniil leiiL'iie. where he plnyeil until when Har ry Wnlvertnii linuulit him from St. I.nuis. Wnlvertnii was tl maiumer of Sacra inentn. It was it 1 mi 1 ruinni'eil liy Venieo piny or thut I mii i I Knestner, pitcher nml Ut'in Uailer, int'iehler, were either tilreinly re leaseil or wmihi he slmrtly. ILnKaii -re-fusetl to eonfirin or ilen'y the rumor, lint simply suiil that Ko'slner nml itu 'ier Were not lteeileil on this trip. Ho(!iiii ulsu iinnoiineeil that the Ven ice friincliise im.iiI. I he returned to Vermin in due couisi' of time, lie stateil thai property which , ,uj, UII ft'.lute plant w,is himikIiI liy Owner KJ Muier whit wniihl let the 'eontraet for the constriictiiin of the hIiiihIh inline iliatcly utter the puiehuse of a miittihlc locatinn. "'einiin is only si'vaa miniites hv in.' Mi eel cur ti'oin J.s Angeles," avelVcil ll..,;an, "unil it's just like linuuu two tennis in l.os Angeles. Ue "iil, I he fniiliah to piny in Venice when we can ucc omplisli much hetter re sults in Vernon." Suit l.uke City is in the Pacific I'nu.-t leiiK'iie to stny, llnn.in lielieves. " I. neer saw 11 city shew so much 'iilliusiusiu in my life lief'ore over liase I'lill," tlecluri',1 the Venice leinler, "It w 11:1 a hie, Kiirprise tn me. ' ' Jess Willard Leaves Havana For Key West (By Barry Fads, United rrosa Staff Corrospoiiduut.) H-'tvaan, April 7.-.l,.M Willanl suiil larewell tn Havana to lay. Tin w hcnwwcie,ht champion 'saile.l from Hie Cuhan capital t- Kev West lo he liin rcapiiin the rit Ii rewanls for his victory over .lack Johnson. When Willanl nnive, in llnvauii, most of the folks ieKar,le,l Ii 1, nke iiinl helicM'.l ,c whs travelini 11 loilX way from h, tll1(, ij,.!,!, Hut toilnv he left as a compietine, hero. A spe.ial hunt was rliartcrcl f,,r the I'linmpinii ami it stenmeil out liin,le, to the ;:naiils with trainers, inovinu pi,,. tine men, inul hanueison who have t ocli '.l lo the stan.lanl uf , ,,w -lilt III t 1II. I LAYERS REACH TRISCO. iwilM't n.m, nJ w'll Miij 1 full iltt 10c cutof "FIl'KB" od kind torn Uthr onuck Fit IK, nywhvra la U. S. AIm a foldtr about "PIPES." TU tobarco, pcuck ml mtllinf will cot va JOc. wbtck w will lladly aptal-bM-aBM a trial will aak roi a ataajr tut 01 "jfirtu," New York, Ajuil 3, 1015. All signs indicate that we have en tered a period of permanent recovery from the wJr. The first effects of th"t cataclysm wcro panic, followed by purrijsis, then a period of vacillation between feur and confidence. Through all of these phases, the process of fi na icial und commerciul readjustment has been progressing with remurkiible ste.ni.ness, until fear liar now almost Itoitilly dianppeared and bmiyancy is taKirg its place. Trade ana iiimncu, at !east so far as concerns the I'nited S'.ites, have boen completely ' ldjnsted to war conditions; and the tendency uow is to discount in naVtince the com- ling of peace. Confidence linn been fur ther strengthened by progress or nie war itself. While, it would be unwise to indulge in premature optimism, the hone of un early end is bused upon the 'belief that prepared nens on one side and exhaustion on the other can oniy brii one relt. The general opin is Hint peace will conn1 during th( nul.imn. Be tht.t ns it may, there is a iiiiversal presentiment in Invnr i enily peace that must linve some foun daHon greater than tiie mere wish. War is the vory essence of uncertainty however, and setbacks must be expect ed although the outlook if clearer thai at a y time since tho struct;'13 oegnn. A nong the fnvornble dcvclopnients of importance in the chi'.ngc of attitude at Washington end by nunieroiis in fltte.it ial politicians towurd big busi ness The significance of this changi in policy will gradually be appreci ated, innsmucb lis enterprise will be stimulated by cessation of the attacks t li;. t have done so much to iinpnir bus inert, confidence ilniiei; the past de cade. A favorable impression lias nlso been created by n nninlii"' nt court tie cis'oiis, both in tho I'nited Stutes su- pi'"me and state courts, which have re strained many of the wrnicious : lacki,' upon corporate activities, and : .'isiiied our corporations fi,irer trettt-meiil. Money continues nbuinlarl and easy and this too is a powerful aid to 1. peiiitioii. Our bunks are in si 11 ml e. 1 it iun , reserves being higher than at any tune since the new sy.-tem went into effect. The strength nf the New! Ynilt nioiietary situation is illustruted by the freedom with which foreign na- j Hons are coming Here lor capital. 1 a iiadian. Argentine and Swiss loans have already been placed upon this market. A French loan of ijs,r)(,tMill,iii!n is now being offered, which will undoubtedly be successful. Holland is also under stood tn knocking nt the dour. Kvea (I rent Hritaiii is securing financial fa cilities in this market through the ex tension of credits resuming from our I'M'ess of exports, No very extensive I. nni un burrowing from tins nunrtcr is likely, inasmuch ns (Irent Hritnin has shown in 11 rvi'llou.i tiliiiilv to finance the war on her ow n amount us will as lo render financial n(atanre to her allies. To a very roi.s'ideruble extent, (treat Britain is paying the war out of current revenue, it being estimated that the country could pay almost its entile war expenses by giving up 11 few luxuries, such 11:1 liquor, tobacco, aiitninoHileii, etc. This, of course, will not likely be seiinuslv undeitukcn, but it shows the wide leeway which is pos sible. Our foreign trade continues to pre sent a remarkable excess of exports, due entirely to alinnrmul conditions brought about by the war. In Feb ruary we shipped about $75,0011,(1(10 more foodstuffs thiiUf iii the same month Inst year. Over if 10,000,000 in linfses and mules were exported to Ktirope, chiefly fur war purposes. In addition ninny millions were expended mi munitions of war, the record of which is not yet obtainable. Our Feb ruary exports to France were $30,000, 000 larger than a year ago. To Great Britain $52,000,000 greater than a year ago, and to' Italy $20,0(10,000 more than last year. In March the results prom ise to be still more astonishing, the total shipments from this port amount ing to over $1.'J(S,000,0(JO, or 4S,oou, 000 over a year ago. Our imports are still running heavily behind, the March total at this city being less than $90, 000,000, compared with $107,000,000 lust year. The reduction in imports is, of course, mainly due to tho loss of trade with Germany, Franco and Bel gium. Under such circumstances, heavy gold imports would be ordinarily ex pected, but the fact that gold is need ed more abroad than here, our supply being far beyond requirements, calls for other modes of settlement. Very considerable amounts of foreign secur ities have been sold in this market re cently, und more arc likely to follow, especially should this market continue its present advance. On the other hand, the new foreign issues referred to above and the granting of credits to foreign countries will tend to absorb this bnlnnco and restrain gold imports In this connection it is of interest to note that the administration at Wash ington has apparently withdrawn its objections to the floating of loans for the belligerents in this country. The most emphatic reminder that the stock market hns successfully faced tho wur crisis, wus the abolition of minimum prices by the stock ex change. Iliis is a most encouraging declaration of financial independence, which cannot but have a wholesome influence throughout the whole finnn cial world. It means that we no long er have fear of foreign dumping, and that this market lias shown its capacity to meet all legitimate demands. Spec illation on the exehiiugo has broadened considerably and shown widening activ ity, the transactions in stocks and bonds during Alnrch biing much larger tliitn for several months past. There lias been a good investment buying. and tlic whole market shows a healthy tone in spite of the excessive and somewhat sensational advance in ccr tain specialties. Such features must be expected while the war lusts, es pecially in securities which benefit from war contracts. This phase of speculation may, howjver, be easily carried to the danger point. (leneral trade is quiet, but improv ing. More activity is shown in the iron and steel industries, nlso in the textile trades, ulthoiigh the volume of business is still much below normal. Some of the railroads ore making bet ter returns, partly us 11 result of the advance in rates, but the volume of traffic does not us yet show any im portant increase, Should the present spirit of hopt fulness which exists in fi nancial centers extend to coiiiiiiercitil and industrial circles, ns it probnbly will, we may look for better reports from the railroads. It Is n little early to form any opinions about crops, but the agricultural classes as a whole are prosperous, and the present spring will undoubtedly see increased efforts to augment the yields, particularly of food and animal products, which are bring ing war prices, This niiirket has now experienced a very considerable advance, and more or less profit taking must be antici pated, especially should events of an unfavorable nature occur. The out look, however, is for continued im provement; aud u widening of activity would prove more satisfactory and sounder than any spectacular advance at this time. In all probability the innrket will t.liow wider and more fre quent fluctuations, affording good trading opportunities. Henry Clews. Holeproof Hosierv 9s rmnpc Tn pha . XJ v,nuuSE FROM LittlSlLi J twenty-e ght diffprpnt- vr cfl0lce of famous "Holeproof Hosiery F0f d p 01'S in the hard service, or for any purpose wi l?a Wear fr proof Hosiery is the &bA could wish. It is the original brand of ffi? ?foot anteed to wear for a definite leneth nf months from date of purchase or new ho?e gjg MEM You will never know real hose ' mU until you wear Holeproof Hose f factlon not know of the fine silky texture of thk W0 hosiery, or of its wLingS your patience and G. W. Johnson & Co. C 141 N. Commercial St. TRY SALEM FIRST ""mcoM,,,,,,,,,. s j the New o a oummcr Ammow COLLAR A collar cut to fit the neck and the prevailing fashion in big knotted cravats. A manly, good fitting, good looking colk. ifaiia CLUETT, PEABODY V CO., he MAKERS OF ARROW SHIRTS FRUITLAND Mm liiincico, April 7.-Pitcher Mni'tiiioiii and lienor, I ufieldern Mur I'hv and NauKlitoii and Trainer "Doe" Xi'huciil. r. inciulieiK ' (. ',Mtlain Heaven., arrived in Sua l-Vanc i.ico to lay en ntiitn fmtn l.os Aum-lei to I'oitlan.l. They left the IteaveiH vei. ter.lay nt I.,,, .hw'1' and will leave lnnie,ht for Portland. Nhneidcr mated that Maiumer Me I'redie order,.,! the player mi0 0 lliev could Kot into shape, hut it i tl'i'UKht tl,t N,n,,m m Mllr,,iv "ill lie released t the Nortliwe-'t leaeiie. lte,K,M' ,mlv ml (, ,lmi0l) ii.lii't. Murtiimni, who was a holdout until the Inst moment, was one of I'ort laud k lomlnin twiilers lust iieasoii. WIFE OF ANOT1IER-DIVOROE. fan Kraacisco, April 7.-leolnriiiK that his wife is also the wife of llue.li l.aui;hliii, Arthur Apostl,,, . ,.nui,IWi today, file,! unit fur n niiiiiillineut of Ins inimiuK,, to Kliahetl, Atuntle, whom he wed iu lssu, AecoidiiiK to AHstle, the woman was marned to l.iiKhlia hi Ireland, desert ed Sun there and cuni.i to America, where slie m,,, t, rin0,,r( Rllli ),. cam.' the mother of Ihr- ehildrn. While the ihililten wer verv mimll UuKhlin emljjratetl, iinifroiited Apostle and de niiiuded hi wife. Kor tin, mka of tho children, Apostle refused to (iv up the woniau uutil the children wer Krown. Now tlnii they are !! to .'r tut themselves, he Intend to give their mother back to he; first husband, "Sweat, Sweat, Sweat, From Morn To Dewy Eve"j The pursuit of vnnmhinjr fittnt'C Is' rowitiK swifter IV New York's ilnuih lets ot Kve its c:nliti) rinlit tlirunli the Turkish l.uth establishments ot liolhaiu. It's a rigorous task this! steaniiitK lunk the sylph-like form Imt the figure must lie renamed and one rl tlie most popular forms of ne- oiuplisl nl it is t leave two or three piiinds every day in tl. hot-room of n I'uikish l.nth esiil,i.l,ii,0t. There's one meat .Irawliaek to the treatinent, however. The tfiimiiiK pro cess lakes away the ywm hut it gives hack 1111 awful appetite. In turn, the ai'peHe uives hack the- avoirdupois anil mi the merry, meiry eltaso of the I'i'i'ft'i t figure continues.' PRATUOOTES (Capital .Teurniil Special (service.) rratem, April 7. -Mi,, Marv deriiz is spendiiii; a week at home. Mr. IMl.ert ami Mig j.;a Iwell speiii I'.usier at inunc, Mr. Clifford Welty ha returned hniiie from Sensi.l.. 1 it.. -:.i spend several weeks' with his parent,. "". 1,11 .viastiitr. Hin i,i,i Rn iiti 111st ra tor s sale on Wednesday. April 1, of thi, week. The family will leave on rrlday fr Oklahoma. Their Rotna will lie a irrenl 1,,.. ... .1.. V.i." . . , ' to ,nr , 01111111111 II V Jt'"l their many frie,uU regret thei'r Word hns 1 r iv0,i j,otf ,,,, Miss .Sadie Welty, viBit0(, r,,in,ivi tn tins eoiiimunity Inst winter, was iiinrritf.l re tly i N,T Mexico. Mr. t.phrntnt Meiner and family, of Mo iillii m,ed to rtuni last week. MrJohn tlerber i, reported to be Mis. Marv Harper, who is attending hi. ,e, college nWm ,.pPn, ,pVtrn day, at home Inst week Miss Klinheth U.n,R,rtner visited ith home folks on Kaster Hunday. lhe 1 rntun. Literary iociety closed last H.day fV(,n Th November. An excellent program wis Ktven for the !,, evinF K W" Another cre.mery mf.,ig b. Business Is Improving In Spots, Says Wilson ! Wnsliinnton, April 7. business is iniprovini; but "in spots." This was l'rei'iilent Wilson's charac terization of the business situation to day after licnrirg a report from Sec K'tti'y of Comm n'tf Kedf.cid during n nicotine; of ti.e cabli'i't. In discussing 'he American note ml dresi'."il to tireat Hrit.iln as n result of the order in council plnciiin nn embur ',0 upon Hnipmetits of (.nods to and from Oeritutny by icutrnls. the i resident dc eland that n reply fn.ni Kiigliind wns not iieecsstiry. The note, it was point vil out, simply (tilted cleerly the posi tion of tin, 70V"rinnint, without grounds for nrguinent. Neither President Wilsnt nor Scire lury Bryan would conim.'rt on the sit iiutinii between Jnpnn and China, re sulting from .TrpanV lUnantls upon the 1'eking govi riinu nt. Neither would they discuss what action, if anv, may c liiken as t result f ,K d t-tli of '.eon C. TI1resl1.tr tlm An,.,.t..n .i. .pcfulted when the liner Fnlabn wus uiik by a tteri'ina siibniarine. If a mule and n horse are hiti.licd to the- snme wagon tho initio look, as meek ns any married man. Full and Complete Llna of Tested Garden Seeds In Bulk. Larger quantity mi more quality than buying in packages. Fletcher & Byrd 549 K. Com'l (Capital Journal Special Service.) Fruitlnnd, Or., April 7. M. M. Han som has planted a small prune, orchard of about a hundred trees. . " Saturday night a tuffy pull was pulled otf at the homo of .Mrs. Leon (iirod. tuito n large crowd of young folks assembled and had a fine time pulling the sweet stuff nnd making a fine niiiHs to be cleaned up the next morning. .Now Hint duck Johnson has been de feated the proud Cnucnssiun race is vindicated nml the country snved. The "while hope" has been realized, nnd now a white man is as good as a nigger. L,et us give thanks. Mondav Bert Bressler had a race after nn escaped inmate of the asylum. Ilert being built somewhat on the lydcsdale plan could not bent it quite swift enough ns the runaway probably being from ruciug stock unce.stors, evaded rapture. I wo of rruitlnnd s popular voung people have lately committed the act of. matrimony. Miss Gertrude Sehrader and Herbert Branson, Tho bridegroom having served in the U. S. navy doubt less feels prepared to encounter new prizes. Throwing our handful of rice this community welcomes Mr. and Mrs. Branson to the rnnks of old- married folks. Wednesday evening the 7th at the I'luitlnnd school house K. R. Uynn, of i H.vnn's market, and others of Salem, will nddress the citizens of this com-1 inanity on the matter of better markets and better market facilities. All are invited to attend. Next ..Sunday evening tho 10th at the Fruitlnnd ' church Rev. ' Wallace William will speak on the topic, "The Devil: Who lie Js and Where Ho Is." The ftpenker requests all infidels and skeptics to attend the lecture. All on whose souls Satan has a mortgngc should route and lenrti how to- pay it off. Sundnv Evening Easter exercises were held at the church. A nice pro gram was given, All did their parts well. Sjieeial mention being made of the violin -solo by Frank Kglor. This number was well rendered especially in 0110 so young. Little Ruth Lattin had a nice recitation. Freda Stundifer, Hose Otterbein and Dorothy Uunner, all little girls, did excellently. By thin the work of the others is not depreci ated. II. J, Cernik had a mandolin solo 11 mipaiiied on the orgnn by Miss Pris- cilia Otterbein. Miss Kintn'a Stnndifor had charge of the exercises. The "Christian Festival" of Easter, while proper enough, may be ninde but nn empty external. Tlio resurreetiou of our Saviour from tho (lend is the great central truth of Christianity, If hrist be not raised our faith is vain and the christian is yet in his sins, says the grent apostle. (1 Cor. 15.)' Though wo are to remember that Jesus was raised from the dead there t no Bible teaching that we nre to re member the day or the time of his resur rection by any ceremony or religious net. The christian Is to not forget the fnet. The ritual service and the day t but secondary. The upright daily life of every believer attesta the Power of Christ', resurrection and keep, it in perpetunl remembrance. The word Enster occur, but once in the Bible and then it mean, the Jewish passover. The name comes from the pagan goddess Eastre who wai .up rose,! to preaide over .pring, the time when life is restored through nature to flower, and vegetation. Ana.tasi. or Resurrection would be the better term. Also the time of Easter varying from year to year (sometime, in one month then in another) i. arbitrary and ua- WILSON, BASEB'AU"M" Washington, April 7. nootlrw U son, baseball fan, todav atwpWm son pnss to the American tp,! ball park here. A4i thcunhi Wilson, otherwise the prH presented with a apeeiaf iVA'4 was announced lie wtptei ft greatest npprecialieft natural. Think of our Uiepndnn Pay coining .Inly 4th, then eit jeu in' August! Thi" vsrisHtneu U fixed in the fourth century (A. D. 325) by the council of Nice and that have the movable festival of Easter. DUCIAMMB. ill Whence New Comer Arrives Welcome it with this ly attractive anil coniforui This is ilistinetly . 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