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MOMMY lOVIOXIXli, M;iv :n, im.. l .Pafire of "The Caoital Journal" PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY, SALEM, OHEGON, BY Capital Journal Ptg. Co., Inc. r c ttARVii'w rrrAQ ir VTsirrrr hmoa n a vniMcrxr L. S. BARXIOS. President CHAS. H. FJSIUOIt. Vice-President DORA C. ANDHIOSEN. Sec. and Treus. Daily by currier, per year Daily by mail, per year .. KCBHCRIPTIOX RATES 5.00 3.00 IMPROVES CITIZENSHIP Per month 4.1c Per month ,'i5c FUI.T. LEASED WIRE TELEGRAPH REPORT The Capital Journal carrier boys are instructed to put the papers on the porch. If the carrier does not do this, misses you, or neglects getting the paper to you on time, kindly phone the circulation manager, as this is the only pay wo can determine whether or not the carriers are following instructions. Phono Main 81. IN THE HOUR OF DANGER We must keep sane ! In this grave hour of world-wide battle, when American lives have been destroyed, when opparently the only law between nations is the law of the beasts, we must remember, both those of us who are free born and those of us who have bought our freedom with the price of emigration from the lands of our fathers, that we are Americans, says the Minneapolis Farm. Stock i Tr unci nome. For us there can be no middle course of preference for Teuton or Anglo-Saxon." Deep as our sympathies may run for our kindreds and peoples beyond the seas, we here in America have set our faces to the future a future not enthralled by the jealousies and fears of the old lands, a future not mortgaged to hate. Tf" 7na fVinf fliic Anifli'!inn irlnnl -P -PimnAwYt wiivlit !-.-, ours tnat we or our latners crossed the Atlantic, breaking even me ties 01 nome, tnat we mignt arrive to a larger liberty both for ourselves and for our children. And now that in the parent lands there is hate and bloodshed we must recall the high purposes that brought ava wi. i,w iiniviivtti rr inuot iciuciiiuci mat Ul UUI UVVJl choosing we cut the bonds of the past and made ourselves a part of the great spiritual brotherhood that men call America. And now some of us forget. We would have America pro-British or pro-German. But this cannot be. We may omy pray tnat tne scourge ot war may pass from the homos and hpnrfs nf miv ln-nt Won Kovnml flm - - " " w 1 . . V Jl UlJ VliU Lll DUUO. America, our land of choice over all other lands, cannot .n r',.... .... n..!i.:i. u j i . in . . .. ik ueiiuun ur uriusii. it must oe itseii, true to its own destiny, patiently awaiting the day when sanity shall return to men, and peace, and the blessings of peace, be restored to the lands out of which we came to this free dom, this peace, this opportunity to be true to mankind. The effective community organization, such as the new Commercial Club is to be under the re-organization plans, no single individual, interest or group: but is democratic, n .1 ..1 . 1. ' L J P J 1 . , ., , m places me interests 01 me community above tne inter ests of individuals. It seeks to concentrate and consolidate the enthus iasms and opinions of the whole community and to direct them where they will give the best results and be of the: tii cciLcaL oei viuh mi li h pnn p w - f W f v It. does not let .commercialism overshadow the im portance of welfare activities, nor civic interests to dominate business to its detriment; for it realizes that the success of one is dependent upon the success of both. It ever strives to awaken in the citizen a sense of responsibility and to set high standards- In a word, it is a strong force for the improvement of citizenship. Billy Sunday's receipts at Paterson, New Jersey, were $25,000. Christv Mat.hpwsrm Wnltov tvu a fi,,.. - " uuiiuoun auu uiunc other baseball stars who have stuck to the diamond pioDaoii realize now tne error of their ways at least j i uui a imamuai HLaiiupomt. The Germanic alliance has evidently secured an im portant victory over the Russians, provided a new Russian army does not spring up to take the place of the one that has just met defeat. Germanvs' renlv tn Prpsirlpnf w;ic, : i. reply it is an evasion. T PLANS AND GUARANTE I ENURE SATISFACTION School Board In Quandry Over Working Principles Adopted Heating Plant Salem has some commercial about that. club now no mistake POVERTY COfdlON CONTEST j k STATE NEWS J : ) Albany Herald: A bench contnininj; -000 pieces of wood of various varie ties, inlaid so Ms to hum a waving: 'inures iu the ton. IK nil ilmiiliiv nf tU IVtiuillor furniture more, it was maile "y . r. (Miner, ol Oaluille, while he was watchman in a power plant in the northern section of the statu. ,nei Minnie Lettenmeier Wins first ' wta!:'8 ?,u' uu other .VI "J Prize For Gopher and Mole Story After tlio adoption of plans and specifications for the heating system for the new McKinlcy school, and au thorizing the clerk of tho board to ad vertise for bids for same which uro to bo opened 'on the nij;lit of Monday, Juno li, the boaj, of school directors were sciu up in the air," as it were, concerning a cluuse in the specifica tions which provides that, if the" lii.l. der accept the contract and install the heating plant after hto specifications which were prepared by Architect Post at the instance 0f a heating engineer of Portland, he must furnish a bond to cover a guarantee of satisfaction of the working principles of tho system for a period of not less than one venr It was estimated Hint the cost of tho heating system will be about .flitiOO or 00. When the specifications had been read, sectiim bv Hoc t! mi n ii. 1 : .i ored in detail and from every angle director Lee "innocpntlv ' ' : i.: wont, inouire.l Iin- ,...,.i . . rensonablv exnect n hnnti.... ..... , ; i jiifiiib cull- tim tor to bid upon their specifications, whether he approved of them or not or whether or not they wero considered practical, nn.i tn ni,..t... .. . . . ft,m;t. uini; x liar facHo'S ' WU1'1 fiiV8 "tile satis- w.1;"1 iS a, R'l!"'n,lt,(! Riml for, any way f exclaimed Director Iinrn. vve have guarantees upon everv licit, injr plant that we have ever installed in the various school buildings and not Lljfcr lthom is Rivi"R entire ineru are some of them that never did ive satisfaction nnd tho guarantee we have never got us any- our buildings have never been satis factory; they will not fill their re-i quire.nenfs and have not been accepted, muu lino to get that MimT innnr nninmi I ? - II f X . .II II II M I t, i " - l i l n (fib . I'jtf.. am i The flight of time should encourage all who work to put part of their earnings in the Bank: AU your labor proves profitless unless you have something to show for th time you have toiled. . f ank ac,count the best record of industry and worthiness. It is easv 1 start and is the best friend yo ve It is a s epping stone to success; an honor to the possessor and thefnw nf the spendthrift. We help others save why not you? Begin with $1. INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS. 4 UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK ot oalem, Uregon HUBBARD NEWS Many causes may adduce the poverty. It may be a product of war, famine, disease, pillage, tyranny, fraud, or it may be a legacy of indolence or incompetence or im providence. But, whatever its origin, he alone is poor who when brought into such a state or when unexpectedly whelmed by it does not struggle heroically to break the shackles that keep him from enjoying some of the advantages of civilized life. And he is more than rich who, born in poverty, en ters life with lll.'lt rpsnlnrnrmea ciiieif Umf ...Til - k. Ullll Will Utility mm to the front, that will make him rise above ten thous-! .-.uu wan us mm miseries, even tnougn. Alpine weights of privations would hold him down. Possessing that spirit, he has what wealth cannot buy. J laving the will to rise ho hnhk I.orn in poverty with' such resoluteness to rise, and hVi'iil iujiitcii nuiu-i iH-L-uiui' nener in possnjuitv than tho ii-ww.f- lii ! !l. i I. . . i . t . . . I iMedford Mail-Tribune: A black m 4 , , . ic!'uw' bci'ovvi to be a strayi'ler from inn 1 The first nf .- nrW.n tn, i, i,!th vlii;.... . .... $300 back. ' i - wii ui I. iiMts uiiu neuglllls laut rri i compoHiUon on "Hoy to Catch Goph-ru.ll,hiy hovered uvcr tho bitumens ctia- , , a B(,nern' ilebnto of the ms and Moles and Mow to I'reserva1, "e8U'7. ' l'9naing most of it ; or ""tmt.v. of exnctin Their scalps offered by Tlerkl ! , L "l..!.''.. -Z't Z " P.V" ,,ivcd by Ko9e Antoinette ilorKaii, nco I week landed .i siuin i' iH ZLTl "t t'il vn. nr I ill rs nivyn n W,. U'rim 1. .. .. f 11. .. Salem, OroKm, li. P. .1). No. 4. T I inskle of ,iH 7 , ' " 1 "' 'l' Zx "awc they '. . !" " uui u ill" n i) iiu. , nir Kin nnun, - rllft Hill, tinr ' i ...... .,u n,r,i rur upon tlieso Bneeifi- Mtinn. and, if the specifications wore wrong and would not work, it won , o up to the contractors to point ou if bidden liJ ZeTLZ.??.nA w'y ? luin c iii a trap set for I"; j Ruaranteeing satisfaction prize cash, was receive! l, An drew Connor, m Hi, District No. 5,1 at -J , , ! ? ' l"!i"l"u, Km' seen' Hie .iiiilHCH were r.mnty School Sup- Uontinn down slream, with Tom sleen- crinlendcnt W. ir. Smith ami John 'K ""dcr the tree.. Trulv life in the (.crardiu. It will be noted that both of Oregon country still has its iierll. the leading prize winners wero ((iris. I The f(dluwinK ia tu. j,rizi, wi,,,,i,lg '. V. Vail. f Carlton, who has been ""lmMlii.ii: isumnuiucd to Portland to serve oil the How to Catch Gophers and Moles ana:';'111'1'1'1 K''i'd jurv, is local iminiiL'er of How to Preserve Their Scalna I 'he :inilii K,Vf ,i n .i . . 'P..1... I ",l iHVIIH mi- (nipncrs mid moles are verv in- ",r,l"lc ui uinl ,urious pests to tho farmer. Tlw.v the ImiMiiiir. The specifications calls for a Htand nrd fnn-furna-5 system with nn all east iron furnace nd Chairman Miles J"! yuld not elimmnto local competition. was aKreed that o furnaces of hi haractor were made i this citv- , It Wi s n sn ni.i-n,..l (l...i , . ' u I insurance! nces were e , " P'"t" tnr' 7 of tl,elcnst i tl J7R!''"Vttre' to tllc ,1 deal for!;.? IT ' b,lt t was explained ' iol, 1-its in spare tii,.l , V l. 7,,"tr",,t," tod to bid i',i. V.:,.,..i 1 i j .. "I"'" the job there was nii,ii .. KMrdcn, besides u-h -h 1 . . .1" I YPllt ,Ill'" Purchasing thew ". " Z to raise (., nnl ....l.is -''om wniHifnetHrem nf tto. .. .: iclepliune ( ., , 8cverui com imiiics, n so is H,.,.i-,.tin leslrny niau.v crops bv eatiiiL' the rnnta "' '''"I'', writes a uou of Ihe plants. The crops they injure 111 iuel, puts in ( are all kinds of ernins and vcirel aides. "' 11 '"'i' Hfrawberrv The nocKet eonlier luid l.ir.r.. v. K'""'i'. nesides w teriial nnncl. i !o r i..i . ,?. " '.v to iuiM. i,. i,i; iiom mn . .. I . I " m'ssipiuu in US 1 I.:. . . 1' rMI I'"SC : fi,i.nn.u ...I.; . . .. i"iii: til iihnbit North America s , ,i' h '''!'1, to tho ,vll(vl- Tl' ' t ev v,,,',l l T ' ,n Probabilities, .sin,,! V,.ll.. iN'ltinel tliniks th is net of Tncln ,., '"LY "W (1n im.vwav. ' niost luxurious crib the most wretched log.aliin o "n-;- , B , . J: J-X yistas of Jomploa of Fame such as is not afforded even1 rft "' ! J''" 'i-.i 11.0 nud! by the lordliest palace, the direst wants hew a path to.i, ,,M"jraU " P. WllPi trnimtiha i liioli M.f 11 n ...ui. :.- .11 n . ti ti , . 1 I mo 11 ev ii..rnt,i. if 1 i... ... " I'"" .....v.. uui 1111: wi-ilUU 111 ail IU1 WOl'U , V ' , of look like a r,n h f .1, . K , 1 BOOST Pnn vmm m77 '!H1 imnn , dcslmyiiiL' these ncsls. TI,.,.., ....... .... , l. .llVUHl ot ' Olilen days' BWbl FOR YOUR TOWN, 't, ...vau.u ... . iqipie I reck r01. Corilllconin. M'l, lit V IVl.ll, .1,1 1.,. 1: .. nC ..... .1 1 "ri,"n HI' milium ;0' 0 0 that n, olnnio and value rival noli Iran, iron her or mnl,. imn lvt 11 'V '""".i'i. mi' , , .. , . .. o v iccciit v ivienei 1111 l,n,i;j " niinii vour town a rival' , '"' " 111 slrik: in eailv the famous lavs. Colorado vim iii:ii, , . " i"-"!". J neso ways aro 111 l ripple c, SlK'll a Spirit flllds in nOVcrlv its limst offonlK-o cmu.s 'l"'ar (run, and' l,V ni'iis',!,, n 1 .1 . V v t . . vvvilV- M O,, 1 JIIKIS IU lllO llOVC US lOSf nill-SOl-v Inula n Kit!.-, ...r '" kv the cinch trai). lireat fr,,:,win hnnm... Ki 1 , nV; ,V,,. 4 1 ! : ... 1 1 1. A - ' l 1 V Vm U. ' " "'': " '":. -I when the -"m, .. ... ...,..t,i. win unit: iilll.su llll! Ill OS! li s Wit h K"l"'ci or mine comes hv t in trim In, wlndi 1 to fashion a towering genius or a career of splendid u U,,J i,cen,'i;1,,!!iV',;,WN: , USe II llOSS 1 1 11 1 , ; ". "I "dell and i'ino Cirovo to TI f 41 11. , 1 ' ' '7 T KUB ,h0 8llHt ''"i"" "1' "'" l'''l".Hllion of eslablishine IMost of the worlds greatest men have been born imnv 1 .", "' '".T''1, ' i"" in ,h,, lm"' " "mi- This has mei Mid in the end thanked ("Jo,! fnv i " P01 IV!. r.'':.f:'.rI"V"-h? -.XJo ' vi ' ; " "'j'l i '.i in in uint j , i i" '"'"iicis or Uiiell. Valle . l i ' J '8 Ul" l'H" ti lv- llll ' i-iK'r mid the nun will ao off and latch succeeding year sees fewer of the r.1.) sil,i;m.0 ;.J "Umi ,h" "i'i'f or n,ie. hlie and tllOSO Who m.-livh nr.. Jr; P i.... ii.' A" 1 u' "''"'l' " enm. eves.,, .. :'llw' l''OK;isti,atioii iu fiardiner ir1i,, nf , 1 1 1 M , ut 1' I'lail ' hk- nose. The scalp should be I l,"lU 11 '"'inK hud Viiien nie ami drum led them to the cemeteries on tho1 "f '' "" " l"K"'1 ""' if ' .ir-l ' !"" " t-wnra the rm.,,i.a. it l'lVCedinir lllOlllori'll il'iv Tlmv mm . ' n 1 1 w,"'r'' " wi" noo.1. After , !'"llll:;l upany should continue l.,r,!L! hi ' 'i y a ,P WSinK rnpully tol'lu. have been tl.r!:Bhly dried ' ' .e a very Rri,lt whill. ..i ii ii ti . 'se iiii'ii nil unpeiiii ii.ii.n.. .... i 11 ine' sniii .i in, i,,,i .... ,. ..1..:.... , n,, u . ...... - - v. .iiv,. ii.ni .-,1.1 ,11 iii-ii ell 1 1 re tir ti-.iii ' " inii ,111 11 mime. iner.i .1 ,. '',i n, 1 iiiiu iiinnr... . .. jl.,,, , ., ,,,,, 1, ., ,, .iiu, ueiwecii t in Smu hitv I,... 1 11.... 1 en II Is win mi. I ...1...1 .. 1 ' liiniL? T ie l III 1 1 ii- , .... "nine ir. sirntnr ' - . tho rest. ' ami nt least purl of jiirnve lir lii-h .I,0ol ptnioses. liailwnv I'ino If vim d have it lea 1 It'll it L'llllV When I here 're unvtl,inK , ,,0 Iji't he 0 hers count on von " I lcel bully vi-hon its'throKh "on t you know! If vouer used to nivii,w knocks, f ' luiiiKc your stvle; ' TIV:"W '"''"I"''!" ii'istcad i.f rocks, ror aivhile, ' Lot the other wellow roast i'iii him as you would a "host, Aml'r ""-Ihahoust -"-- iiiv-u "no M,te(i ineir couniry so well in camp and on battlefield in time of need, and it "is fitting! ? '"'II a slranirer frnm of,,.. lie wen Hii'iniu lilouj; ,., ' " '"""Ki mat t hey should be honored by all patriotic citizens who wore benehciaries of their heroic sacrifices. of paste-board, etc. After M( ,000,000 chock for war supplies. And Andy is the worlds greatest advocate of peace. has leu nr over lliev i,,i. ciuiiiiy cierK h oiiico where n bouuly of ten cents will be pai,l for them, link, Uilf Ihn .1 la I las nliserM.r: ii'ii pine inn The Nmrlinrif a registered a protest ArrOlNTMENT DISPLEASES. "f"""" ""' "I" le colnmn editoi i" newspapers, ,imt ,y,0 ,,,, "''"'"'"'"'d by the Observer. ul fad been you are Neeiln 't I'l.ni 1 1 ... Tii 1 ' "u r I'l'ul w;mic I ions,,.,,, thcy the stuf Snlem Tloosters. The tlJnsebnri; Heview.1 niiuniiiii eiiient of the nppoiut- II. 11. LADD & BUSH, Bankers Established ISfiS Capital $300,000.00 Transact a general banking business Safety Deposit Boxes SAVINGS DEPARTMENT YOUTH LOSES ARM IN W..i.,.. ,:"r.., I 'ALLS CITY SAWMILL v ..... . .... iHurn over the '"'ii-' 'l A. U. I.ea. of l',il,i i ' '. .':"" 'oimerly publishcl )v . "'alias, Or., Mav III U'l.n i.-... '!' cars as r IT." ,"',"u' Hty ., '"'"spaier ,:,-, III) vears' n,. I aec, .,1,..,, I Z" ' 0,:U CM,,,,!. .::"""' ""' his hand . r i ' "vo ro"" ,lf 11 '"'iil'or ear- xhlt'Jl i,,r","l.V observesaillt::,,;"!1"1':'" i,. ... " . """ ''uss t no mio, roads elbow. II., ,. ... i... . ' into nnliliis. Mull,,,,, ""' 'i Hi I i:,,,,, countv st.nti.,1 In .!,:: '7 .'."""'" tlic linsiiitnl ith less I ..." ..A."":' '!'W "'Ul'ts e 1,,. .I,.,.',,,,,,,.;,,..-." " " ' Hf ailll HI1S l ,1, M I !. lins'tl,,, four-year.-terini -d'hrn?;!' ' 'hmM ""t Ihe, REQUEST FOR NEW MAIL 'oniliiissii.ncr. Ihe tliree veniM , L""" K- ROUTP. T TTrr.i,Jl UUWJI - k n.iriieii, is ii, n iieinir re cciveil Willi cheers ol delight bv In al his spor si,,,,,,. In li.it. they chum the Mont,,,,,, "" "'" 'Hipp''""''!. I'orllauil lias Iiouki'.I nil the offices i "'lion ttilh the fish and auie de I ineiiis 1111,1 tne ilepiirtnieut nnssioner. Ihe .,t ........... . . .. . wi,u Miaster fish warden and the slate' I io-1 ,,,,.im.f,!i"'.'!'" f,,l,t' "t"t'1 ""i '"ns, Or.. MuTl" . . , loeist. W,il M,il,.,ui , .. ." . .... ". I'"""'"'t themselves mirninsl tl,., I.,,,;.. I Pl.t.. i ' 1 1 '"Imnster V. 1'. Hi"",' p,n,e th,,,, all the rest It ti e st, h 1T " Wi 1 b "-.'.'ssary for i ofice dep ,r 4 , l'-V P't- ".''I'1'"'";'. " .cprcsentativ . on " . 1 'i" V1 ' tho state ! for ,, ni , . ' "l'l'U. nt i., ''' ''' """i'liiwion or in ,!, depart-' aeni f "h i u ''! """n !""i.inc,l ,, ' ' mi'iits. A well known local snorts L.i. : " ' 'iJ I'oliticians." , this c,(v I,. ' run "'" ,h ""'I ,t t.f , ii,,.. . j" i"-'i lecnnii.) Ill , I I SI IISNI II L" I II i, III) ,,,,", i,.,.. I ... , . - ii 1 "i. " hv re- ' 'r..i.i. miK.',t that "it was necessary' for'wiui nursing lil,e babies, grow lnrircr M-.e , ,.::,..:S'l.r,:''','nt VUm on the ' i t'iMi; i or n i i-.wi . I . . service. "'''''vin( Tho Walluce brothers are plastering that' new home of K. . Millers' this week and P. L. Calvert, is imttinir in I the plumbing. ireil Mickney is improving his five acre tract over near Broaducres, by building a burn. A residence will like ly be built Inter in tho year. K. iS. Miller's fine new residence is rearing completion. When completed Mr. Miller will have one of the finest houses in this part of tho country, O. W., Knight received a car load of milt direct from the factory at Jsiin Francisco last Thursday. In the car was brick salt, half ground and dairy salt. Among those living some distance from town who were lie rii triiiliiiir si, it. urday were Amos Kiiuffman, Olenn far others, Ceo. I.efflcr and O. C. Whitney. -urs. layior .-iKoes expects to retina to her former home in .Monroe, .Mis souri, soon when her business nflniis I ure settled after tho Bale which was ! held Thursday. J O. N. Beck and J. L. Calvert were in Nalein the first o the week calling on I the county court, and commissioners in i the interest of the cutoff road. I Mrs. Kato fsiiider and Mrs. Klizubeth Phen of Portland, spent Muturdny and I Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Conrad i llaag mid other Hubbard friends. I Dr. and Mrs. K. Nchoor returned Sat , urday from their nuto trip to Hcuttle j and other Washington points. They re port ii fine time und a. good word for their Overland. Tho Hubbard band in high class con cert at Donald Thursday night, assist ed by Oscar Steelhammer of Nnlem, and voculsoloist (leo, C. L. Snyder, also of Salem, A treat for all who eun hear thrill. VMiss Veda T.aaltin of Newbcrg ar rived in Uublmrd Saturilay to be at the bed side of Miss Kdna Simmons, whose death occurred Saturday morning at the Inline nf 10 J Vntiliin The Woodburn Post and Relief Corps will attend Hubbard decoration services in n liuily, Lunch will be served (nips anil Post visitors and the band in Odd Fellows hull at 12 o'clock sharp. .Mr. nnd .Mrs, Kijln of Is'aniiiiace, Indi um", ieir lor rseiune inursuav arrer n visit of a few days with Mr. and Mrs, Simon Y oiler and Mr. nnd Mrs. JO. S, Miller. They will return Kast via San rJ'iineisco'und ( olorndo points. Mrs. A. ,T. Moore, of J'ortland, came lo Hiibbnrd nine months ago to spend two weeks with relatives and friends, but liked llubburd so well her visit was prolonged. She returned to Port land Tuesday. ' Mr. and Mrs. ('has JCinzer visited relatives in Portland two days last week nud while there Chal'lev purchased new eiltlillllient for Ills tinnl mum 11 till llll T- ber shop and when ready for use he will have one of the most up to date lllnceH in flui (inimti. Tho day the boy's und girls went to Snlem to take pnrt in the spelling ton test, lioo. W, Knight offered a prize of a dress to the best speller among the girls and a jack knife to the best speller among tho boys. Harty Rankin was nwarded tho dress and (lordon Lindsay the jnck knife. Last Friday evening, May 21, the Pilll-I'im tlnltiri.tna nnt..rt..i 1 1, n T'il. grim Sons with a bonfiro party at tin ! nome or .1. 1.. juooniaw. Arrer tne nusi ncss of the two classes hnd been trans- npfeil tnn,:(in,v in.,ta n,l mulling cnudy formed the principal diversion of me evening. Aiiout tinny young peopic were present the crowd from town be iiiR takn out by A, D. Wolfer in his new ear. ! Letters received from Mr. nnd Mrs. T AT Tir....1 -.1.- .. frin i. .,i,i'ft.'r who lire uu nn ui" n-r through California, stnto they stopped three days in Iioseburg nn account of bad romls and then went 011 through to Sncrnniento. Whilo in the vicinity of Mt. J.ussen thev eould see the column ,.! l. - '.1!.. 1 u.i .llffi. v. nun'iw list I' lining null IIIIU in' culty in noticing the general feeling of U. S. S. Scominn lmml RltoonJ D DJl'.i t ' t Wiisliiniitnn. Afni 1...... fe...,. 1 . ' " "IT l HUM : K'liiooat amnion, ondulrof ( IHIStllllti,,n,ln I ' , . " "mull rorpmo m jm. "iiNiiismiuDr Morgenthai mitii to the Htute depnrtment fotljy. The ambaimador'i csWe mmilit on M 11 ml 11 v af(pmin Rr;m v murine Mtmd tin Botphorous hoa the iSca, of Jarainni ind firnl tevend torpedoes. One Mtioinly damnira transport anchored ten the ftcotyiot, - -1 110 oinniisNiaoi rejioni iniu i lonstiintinoilo shore bkucnei lirotf upon the eubmarine but without suit, the nnnouncement from tlfiWi depiii'tinciit reporting Moi-geDtbimw sages stated. " The Scorpion bun toon r!)f tne port cnptain 10 sniii urint account of i08ilik' ditngft lt f"t from the batteries and will gilt MA at once." uneasiness of tin' people. ThraHwi Si liiul tuken them th rouah bad roads nnd without missliap. Rev. J. 0. Hcsilcr, aly VM pastor of the Hubbard Free MrtWiit church, was in town last Fridov JfttiW acouninted with Ml panshODers. .W the Inst conference of the eWM"; C. II. 1'urrcll, who served the Hubbart church the pint yoav eeufl work nnd this charge was made a psn of tho Woodburn circuit. Re'.n will continue to enjoy hn art if" just east of Hubbard. Kev, Hml ii very pleasant genth'man to '-Knterprise, When a voung man PP" up to the girl to k' tinM Baldy Breezed Calendar li . !) THE MAN WHO uw r DEEP HOLE USUAUt GETS ALONG WELL' This hum :fv tlnit' to satis make cn-t'-nif'S. our Remc tlie I'hiini'i' nibcr we ' jitit Oto sntuf.v you. Ilonie of Bildy Salem fiin'laoflW Cfl' Salem. Orel1"