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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY. JAN. 917,
THREE NEW yLISSIFIED ADVERTISING BATES Bate per word New Today: Each icserticn, per word lc One week id insertion?) per word....5c One month (26 insertions) per word 17c The Cr.piUl Journal will not be re spcniible for more than one insertion for errors in 1 laasif ied Advertisements. Bea-2 ''our advertisement the first day It appears and notify us immediately. Minimum charge, 15c. FUR SALE Woodshed. Phone 13!1J. 1 30 1 FOB RENT SIGN.? For sale at Cap- 1 ital Journal office. tf I FOR SALE--Baled liav for sale, Phono ' HFU. 2-31 JONES' NURSERY State and 24th. 1 Ml WANTED Beef aud stock cattle.! Phone 11.1(W. 2-20 i j 3 2 ROOM Apartments, bath, lights, and telephone. 4il N. Cottage. 2-23 CATTLE For Turner. A. W. Lnthrop. -:!! ' WILL SELL 22 head 3 and 4 year old mules. Dwight Misner. tf CLOVER STRAW For sale, practic ally like hay. Phone 24F5. 2-8 FOR SALE 1st class dry 2nd growth fir. E. P. Nelson, phone I3j7. 2-1 GEf"PRICE3 On farm sale bills at The Journal office. TBESPASS Notices for sale at Jour nal office. tf TEAM Sorrel mares, weight 2S00. for sale cheap, 136 N, Front St. 11 WANTED A good second hand safe. 337 Court St. 2-1! poi; SALE Six weeks old pig $3 each. Phone 1 1F15. price 1-30 WANTED A few fret soon. Phone 4S3. cows, ,r fresh 1 :il MX CHIROPRACTIC ADJUSTMENTS $5,00. Dr. May. Phone .")72. tf HARRY Window cleaner. Phone 1391J 2-18 WANTED- horse nop disc. Phone8F 1-31 FOR RENT room bouse for rent, I on 13th St., between State and Fer-I ry. Phone 773K. 1-30 GET YOUR Tresspass notices, new ... .ply of cloth ones at Capital Jour nal, tf MANDOLAH INCUBATOR -Used 1 sea son cheap for cash or traile. Phone 2304.12 to 1 1 a. m. 1-31 TO RENT Two furnished housekeep ing rooms, lights and bath, 039 X. Liberty St. i-31 STl.'MPAGE FOR SALE 4 miles from Saiem. Inquire P. O. Box 054 Mt. An gel, Or. 1-30 MOTORCYCLE For sale, 1918 model. 3 sliced Indian. Phone 2092W. or call 1334 Ferry. 83 I Pic PER LB. For hens will be paid by C. T. Doty until I have enough for Saturday) - ' FOR SALE Team wagon and harness, team weight 2800. Salem. H. 4. box 20H. l-'il WANTED To vent 10 or 15 acres, bot tom land preferred, will pay cash rent. Address T. 1. care Journal. 2-1 ORDERS TAKEN For day old White Leghorn chicks, 10 cents each. Chas. Oolvin, Aumsviile, Or. 2-2 WANTED To trade a good five room house for good used auto, or vacant lots. Phone 503M. 1-31 FOR SALE 100 acre dairy ranch, good soil, modern buildings, good road, 3 miles from good town. W. II. Hraben hoist i Co., 275 State St. WAXTED To hire for a short time good gentle horse for use in city, 1300 to 1400 weight. Enquire Charles R. Areherd Implement Co. Phone 173. YOUNG MAX Wanted to learn a bus iness, must be quick, industrious and of good habits. Apply 217 South High St. 1-30 COL. E. O. SXIDER " W hirlwind Auctioneer" courteous, quick, effi cient, tiet Snider, he knows how. Rec. 3505 Mission St. Phone 142SM. OAK, ASH, FIR Maple, Vine Maple, cordwood, yard at corner Tiade and Liberty Sts., near armory. Willard F. Proctor. Phone 1322J. 2-8 MONEY TO LOAN On second hand iewelrr, men "s clothing, musical in struments, tools, guns, bicycles, etc.) Also bought, sold and traded. Capital Exchange, 337 Court St. Phone 493. FOR SALE 10 acres river bottom land; also 20 acres, 1 cleared, bal ance fir timber, near Salem. Price $2500, terms. T. M. Mills, Amity, Route 1. 2-1 WAXTED Will buy or sell on com mission your second hand work har ness snd collars; harness oiled if 1.50. Clark's Harness and Shoe Repairing, V. . C. A. bldg. 311 X. Commercial St., Salem. tf FOR SALE Or exchange, sixty acres of good unimproved land in Jackson county. Will accept property in or near Salem. Square Deal Realtv Co., 202 V. S. P.ank bldg. FOR SALE Jersey bull calf from reg ister of merit cow (500 )xuuds but ter 11 months will be sold at farm ers priee. Address 0. H. Cannon, Turner. Oregon. Salem phone 3:tF3.j 2-2 l TODAY FOB SALE Baled grain hay and vetch ! hay. George Saegie, tf PoK SALE Lease on .") acre farm.."0 1 acres in clover, in acres in grain, hal.j pastare; slas Mt head sheep to sell. A. T. Savage. Aunisville, Or. 1 HAVE You bought your ticket for the S:. Valentine's hall? Proceeds de voted to patriotic charities. Tickets ut Central Pharmacy. :J J t PUBLIC SALE We will soil at public am linn on our ranch 4 miles north of lndeeiiiience. on the Salem road, the following, all of our horses, over M liad. Saturday, Feb. 3, 1U17, at IvtM a. m., free lunch at noon; terms of sale, cash. E. Clemens Horst Co.. A. L. Sevenson, auctioneer. 2-3. :J: jjs s :je jjc sjs )(: sf: $ $ Court House News QesrM F. Rodgers filed a complaint with the county chart today, against A. T. Moftitt, who Is charged with wrongfully retaining possession of a horse, claimed by the plaintiff. Owing to this detention, the plaintiff alleges that he has sufered to the amount of t"'". which he asks as damages, along with the return of the animal. A combination fishing and hunting license was issued to C. P. Thrapp of Salem, this morning by the county clerk W. F. Prime, guardian (liaefe, made his annual county judge today. of Albert (i. report to the W. A. .Miller has Started '4(10, which he alleges is due leteildailt, Veronica Knoll. suit from tor the Kuipenaling the vs. .Marion county jurv in the Morris case occupied most i of the time today in the The case deals wi ll tin' of a road near Turner, circuit court, establishment j which ran: through I he plaintiff's property. He asked the sum of $150, for the land,, from the county court, r.nd was allowed in tilling, the viewers judging that the road was more ol' it benefit than a det-' rimeiit. Mr. Morris appealed from the decision of the viewers to the cir cuit court. FAVOR ADMIRAL GRAY SON Washington, Jan. 30 party vote, the senate Ice today favored ihe Lieutenant Commander son, President Wilson's By a strict naval commit- ; nomination of j Cary T. Cray-! personal pnysi- elan and golfing companion, to be moted 100 grades or more to the pro ank of rear admiral. A fight on the senate floor is believ certain. JUSTICE COURT dl A verdict of not guilty was i enderod j ' if society does its part, this morning bv the ju'rv in the case Tuslend of cooping the pa-Kilt ,.p in of the state of 'Oregon vs. Bowman, in fM TOoms, giving medicine langer which the defendant was accused t nus character, and avoiding drafts, the larceny, patient lives out of doors, drugs are Seldom used, and alcohol is banished. The trial of A." I). Beers, charged Dirt and dust he said were the refuge with assault an, I bn'terv will be held ! of the t ubercle bacilli. in the iustlce court Friday morning at : ten o lock. A hearing of supplementary proceed' iligs in the case of E. R. Houston, rep-! resenting the Business Men's Adjust- ment Agency vs. F. C. Hyde, was held : this afternoon in the justice court. The! question before the court concerned! whether the defendant's wife as garni-j slice, held property which might be used in the payment of her husband's debts. The court decided that she had no such property. Charged with assault and battery, Frank dolman will stand trial in the justice court tomorrow, lie is accused of assaulting a man by the name of Elliott, who lives near Wheatland. The case of Oregon vs. Addis, in which the defendant is charged with the larceny of a trap from Ronald La fore, will be held Friday afternoon at 2 p. in. in the justice court. Civil suits have been instituted by the following: S. M. Ray and S. R. Rog ers against E. D. t'osper and A. E. Bradley respectively. Both suits deal with the recovery of money. TO IDENTIFY GUN (told Hill. Or., Jan. 30. A broken rifle, empty cartridges and shreds of clothing all that the wolves left of a man they devoured on Willow Flats lust week, will be examined today by a party from Winter, on Evans creek. in a final effort to determine whether the victim was John Haniinerslev, gov ernment hunter. , 1 As Hainmersley went into the Cat ' cades to destroy a pack of timber i wolves, and as he has been missing tor some time, his bones are believed to have been the ones found scattered over the scene. Breaking Records for Results -that's what our little Want Ads are doing for ADDRESSES LEGISLATURE 1 A. L Mills Talks On Preven- tion of Tuberculosis at Joint Session Just before adjournment vesterda;' afternoon the hous.- and senate held joint session for the purpose of listen ing to an address on tuberculosis be A. L. Mills, president of the Socio! v for the Prevention of Tuberculosis, and former speaker of the house of icpic sentatives in 11105. He spoke in favor of senate bill Pi."i. introduced by Senator Moser, which relates to the establishment of tuber culosis sanatorium in the various counties of the state. His particular subject was 'The Tuberculosis Problc n in Oregon." This problem was easy to state, he said, hut it was far from solution, and up to dale little consistent a id per sistent work has been done to help fight the plague. He declared that in many places he found resistance in place of assistance. During the past year he said in Ore spa there were 071 S deaths and of th-it number 007 were caused by tubercnl osis. One out of every ten persons was doomed unless adequate preeau lions are taken, lie declared this plague must be brought under control just as other dangerous diseases have been. He asserted that it requires organized effort and the backing f public opinion. Xo section of the state is immune from the ravages of the plague. In 1915, in Portland, he deaths And fit thai "umber 231 were caused bv tuborcd- "sis, or an average or aoou" ten per- cent of the total number. He stated there were approximately 7.1HH people afflicted with tu'icreul ! in Oregon. Suppose there were that number of people ill with small pox, be suggested, and ten per cent wore dying each year. What would the people not do to stamp out the disease? be asked. Vet he declared the people sit idly by and see the member.; of their family die and do not make any effort to stamp out the scourge. Tuberculosis takes annunllv as many people ns were kilVd in the cj ,-il War, lie declared. The pity of it all was that it needlessly sacrifices the vouth of the country. Statistics show that one third of those who die of this d's ease are between the ages r.f 15 and 45. The scourge spreads by neglect, lethargy, and apathy. Ever one there fore is made an aecessorv in this, crime of neglect. Formerly he said to bo declared to ;be a consumptive was the same as re iceiving a death sentence. Now mr.e The poison is everywhere. he as serted, and it is the duty of everyone to sec that it is exterminated. There never was an autopsv of man or wo man over sixty years of age but that the scars of tubercule bacilli were found. That the patient did not die of tuberculosis was on account of the sjn-ength of the body iii resisting. There is no hotel, lodging house, ot hospital that will receive a tuberculosis patient. They have no place to go, j unless it is to the poor house. He sug I gested that tuberculosis hospitals should not be located at or near the county poor farm, and that (he patient be u-i veil a chance to pav for his board land medicine so as to remove the taint of public charity. Tn closing be said that the reports of the nurses employed to visit various places and report as to the locations of , the disease read like a trip to darkest Africa regarding the conditions and 'knowledge concerning tuberculosis and its prevtentien and cure. He declared that it was onlv iiy united effort that the purpose can be accomplished when ; this plague shall cease to lie a daily I menace. Alleged Horsethif Killed ai Wa?co Todav Wasco, Or., Jan. 30. Shot in the head while, it is alleged, he was taking two horses from the Harper ranch, r I Earl Rasmusson of John Dav. Oregon. near dentil this afternoon. Mrs. rl P.oznrt. housekeeper at the ranch. is said to have fired at Rasmussen after he refused to relinquish the horses. The sheriff of district attor - nev ere investigating, but no arrests have been made. According to the sheriff's office. Rasmussen with two men were driving I past the Harper ranch when the horses , broke loose from the wagon and ran j nvvav. Thev asked Mrs. Rozart for a! j loan of the Harper horses. She re I fused. When thev persisted. and seized the animals, she is alleged to j have shot at the men with a light rifle, attempting to frighten them. Convict Escaped Last Sundav Mornin Another convict, in the person ofi Chester Vanderpool, has bidden fare well to the state prison, without lenv-l Sng any word as to his destination. Hej was missed Sunday morning. I He was committed from Portland in 1013. fo"r larcenv from a house, and at the time of bis escape, was a trusty. I IT.. .1nP..:i.n.l nu lii.lttir gtinot five! feet five sad a half inches tall, twen- three vears old. has prominent teeth ic of which missing. He has a brother at Tillamook, where is supposed he has gone. tea sysk a ar a) i NEW TODAY APS WILL BE read in the Journal in all live Marion eonntv homes Try 'em. :: PAYS LARGE PROFiTS Earned Over One Hundred Mil'ions During Last fiscal quarter New Vork, Jan. .til The Inited States Steel corporation this afternoon declared an extra dividend of I 3-4 per cent on its common stock. This was in addition to the regular dividend oJM., the dividend declara lions on the common for the year 11 eight and u quarter per cent. Xet earnings ror the last quarter of, 1914 were tMjMt,M, a new high record. The rej.ular 1 3-4 per cent preferred dividend was also declared. Today's three percent common dividend means a distribution of $15,. 24I,II7."); the 1 3-4 per cent preferred lj,3(l4.!IU. Stockholders, common and: pre .i . , ned. will get if21..).).i,0S9 bv to - day's action of the board of directors action of the board of directors.1 The eainin 's statement record elilttb of the compaiiv n in, business revealed in successive quart ports dining the nasi vear, The Sen - J , K . , - j ''. ten-Mr .In quarter showed earnings of iv-vi-o,- . .u ,i, i . b . j $, fjlMii, making the last period . ' ' a.,, ,,A,, 1 , show a $211,00.1100 increase over the previous period, itself . , , record mark Total common stock dividend distri bution of the steel corporal ion during the year was $41,SS4.0ilil. Preferred dvideads during the vear total $25. 210,000. Common and preferred dividend dis tributions of the year total approxi mately $07.100.1100. In announcing the dividend action and quarterly net earnings Judge Oary said the statement was self explana tory anil he had nothing to add to it. Oary has generally issued a statement citing details of the quarterly report and on occasion expressing opinions re garding the financial situation of the corporation. Total earnings after deducting oper ating expenses, maintenance, etc., $105,968,347. Deductions for depreciation sinking funds and extraordinary replacement fund, $0,040,737. Xel income $96321,010. Balance surplus lor the quarter after dividend payments, interest and prem ium on bands, etc., $69,257,592, Messrs. Spence, Stack, et al, Advise the Legislators Representatives of the State Pedera- tion of Labor, the state grange ami the tanners' union, following a long coll- ferenee yesterday, issued a itatemeul indicating their conibinetl attitudes on quetstions of legislation pending or pro posed. They suggest a form af consolidation for the offices relating to labor, modi fied from that suggested by the con solidation committee: declare in favor of state aid in marketing problems and outline their position on various other phases ot Ihe legislative situation. "We, the organized farmers and laborers of Oregon, are unanimously ashing your support of ihe following'' they say in a statement addressed to the various members of the legislature. Good Roads Bill Supported "Senate bill 120. strengthening the rural credits amendment, . ''House bill 213, which is a g I roads bill drawn by our organizations with the aid of our friends. '"We favor the amendment of our' land registration law so that titles may lie perfected more quickly; .Senate bill Xo. 124. providing cheap or lime for the farmers of Oregon. ''We favor the reiention of the labor! Commissioner 's office ns an elective one, including factory inspection under Ihe existing law, and the placing of the board of child labor and the in dustrial welfare commission under this office. " We favor the elimination of the one industrial accident commissioner rep resenting the slate, and substitution of Ihe commission's physician to act as a' member ot the board ot awards, toelal IBS salaries of the commissioners and the verton, physician to be 13009 each, and wol favor the state aid to the accident in surance fund be retained till state in surance is made compulsory. State Aid in Marketing Asked "A bill to have the state aid us in our marketing problems and a grain gin, ling and inspection law similar to that of Ihe slate of Washington. We oppose house bill 227, known aa the sntf-picketisjg bill. "We are opposed to any change in (the eight hour law. We favor the prin iciple of one day of resi in seven. We are in favor ol' making the recall apply to school directors and removal ol property qualifications of voters at choOl elections. We are opposed 10 any change ill our initiative and refer endum laws. "We favor a rison labor plan which 'We favor a prison labor plan whi tion with tree labor. Those present at the conference in eluded O. R. Ilni wig. C. II, Hynerson ami E. .1. Slack of the Stale Federation of Labor; C. E. Hience, .lames Stewart and M. -M. BurtetMr. of the state range. li. A. Williamson, A. R. way and a. 1'nion. ,( the Ear Many an pair of glai & Keene. hour's comrort in a good fitted by Oatdner GASOLINE LAMPS 600 Candle Power SO.50 i.n . ' Larab vsls r" offered L'b SS itiiw or i . lamp YOU WANT THiS LIGHT Cwirrplett ""Ith ?ump. -hiutr. ;- .n '! lurth. SEE MY LAMPS FIRST (ittMlim laJiiM.Iantt i:. ifi'n.inftntlt.tti. 3a C. M, LOCKWOOD TRY JOURNAL WANT .ADS IDCE CONSIDERING FERRY Selfish Stand of Polk County Officials Have So Far Blocked Plans The up as last courts bridge situation may be follows: When the week of the two adjourned, there was summed , meeting county j no defi-1 nite date set 'for another conference j between the two- courts. The Polk I county court is studying the plans for a concrete bridge and the. Marion conn ! ty court is satisfied that the recom- j idations of the State highway com mission far a high level steel bridge! is satisfactory to Salem and Marion county. The Southern Pacific railway ! stands on its proposition that even if I the bridge was planked at an expense of MtJtSt or more, it could . not be mmA ,1... . ... ....... iiiiiii i in- i t' iiiiiim conns m: i I i,., ... m. , ' u: i. .... : i t , . .-no,- in-iv i:. it IM-ticiIll ucinniH! lor ...I,.,, ,,. ,,i 1,,,,, ....... I i :,,, .i,., , ,.,.. ,,,, ' , .... ...... .... ..I.. i.mii in, i uin i uiiiui nine, Id , , ... f"r general business purposes, it is .... i.n ,i ... , . 11 ... ' .,, probable that a terry proposition will 1 h r . ,, be considered, especiallv since the , ,,. ,. ti i li i n i ...... i i. i i. t; i in i i, i, i ii.i.i mmi-,- H HI Of ! j..i...i .... ... ,.,. ..... iii.ii.ii i,i tin- into,-!- ut, i ':,, li,.,, i : i i all. The committee appointed by Joseph II. Albert to handle the proposition of getting across the river, consisting of Charles A. Park. Chairman, Fred W. Steusloff and F. (S. Decltebaeh. met this afternoon and considered several offers for the establishing of a erry. Although nothing definite was done at this meeting, it is robnhlc that the committee will take note of the in sistent demand for some means of hav ing terms brought across the river, and that a ferry al least temporarily will give the relief desired, The Polk county court met n few days ago at Dallas and decided that Polk county wanted a concrete high level bridge. Plana for such a bridge was submitted to the Polk county court by a Portland linn. Nothing is being done in the way of planking the S. P. bridge as the chances of the contract being lei for a new bridge is too indefinite. SALEM ALLEYS WON TWO II. Donaldson anil Pierce of tin Woodnten tied for high game with 22u Pierce with high aveiage with 200. Woodmen ! II. Donaldson Meyd. I Absentee j Donaldson Pieree (1) (2) (:) 103 14 I 154 137 .'l'ii To. 550 1 1 1 ,v. 137 220 I 83 , I Hi 154 127 ir4 1.14 102 111 I 1 is 1.-, I 152 20(1 150 i', 1 7 Total 77(1 Oil 848 2520 Salem Alleys (1) (2) (3) To. 51.") 484 402 AvJ 182 ioi ; 154 INI isn Powers ... ( umpbell Absentee 187 14M 154 205 Mil 100 inn 134 IS1 I'll I s(l 107 154 100 187 Calvin j Harrington Total Wedner 1 theatre. 833 804 868 lav night, Printers vs. Oregon Marion County Jersey Club In Session Today The Marion County Jersey Cattle i bib met this sfternoon a the (Commer cial ''lob with Henry Zorn. the presi dent, of Aurora, presiding and .1. E. Fox of Silverton, secretary. The after noon session was given to a general discussion of the needs of Ihe Jersey cattle growers in the county ami means whereby members should take a more active interest in the' association. There was also a discussion as to the best way of increasing the membership as it was I'll that every Jersey cattle grower in the county should have his name on the rolls of the association. To bring all the members together and for a general good time, il was tie elded to hold a picnic al an earlv dale home of Prank Duffer of Villistas Await Departure of Pershing's Column 101 Paso, Texas, hundred Villistas brothers encamped tura awaiting the General Pershing'- Jan. 30. Fifteen I under the Murga at San Huena Veil- final movement of forces from til 0 i'iisbs i ramie district, united S':.te authorities here announced todav. A few miles from Casus (irandes a sinal . ler band of Villistas are awaiting to march in. Villa today was reported to be mak ing his headquarters at Bisiillos raaeJrfj i sixty miles from Chihuahua City. I' HUDSON BAY TRAPPERS LEAD Fergus Palls, Minn four Hudson Ha trapi Jan. 30.- The is from LoPaSj who stole a march on the three Lake Winnipeg fisher n today, are leading 1 he i I, i ee l.i, ' , I ill the great St. Paul Red River dg derby. This is the first ti since the day j of the start that from Winnipeg last Wednesday i the fishermen drivers have been headed. WANTED MAN ARRESTED Sacramento, Cab. Jan. 30. ), W. Jones, Ben Stanley, alias Stacey, and Kov Cox, alias Fox, wanted in Kosebiirg, Oregon, were arrested by Sergeant .J nines Biehsrdt today. Thev were in rested on a meager description sent here by telegraph. Richard received Ihe telegram with the description and with in iO minutes had the men under ar rest. Give your eyes the attention they deserve. Consult us first. No time like the present. No place as reasonable, as ours, Gardner He Keene. LITTLL TA .KS ON THRIFT Bv S W ! I RAUS P'frtJfmt Amftfmn -S.'fr 7'AnO Some one; has said that j thrift began the day our primitive an cestors dis covered that I it is as ncces- tary to pro vide for to morrow as (or today. This was before the days of money and, banks. Al- though this1 virtue was understood in the earli est days of man's history, many persons living m America at mis New Year's time of 1917 have not yet discovered that tomorrow is as important as today in its re- I quirements. Xew Year's day is a j favorite time for making resolu tions and no resolution one could make would be mora productive ; of good results than along the , lines of thrift. I Chas. M. Schwab recently said, I "To my mind the best investment a young man starting out in busi ness can possibly make is to give ; all bis time, all bis energies to work, just plain, every-day work. After a man's position is assured, he can indulge in pleasures if lie wishes: he will have lost nothing by waiting and gained much. He .will have made money enough really to afford to spend some anil 1 he will know that he has done his i duty by himself and by the world." ! An ' excellent example of the value 'f thrift in little things comes from Washington, D. C, where the school children have, since the last 1 term began, baved over 150 tons of ! old newspapers. A sum in execs., i of LK)D has been rc,UtS& which k mxiQ&mmi Uimnnu Job Department Is Busy all the Time. It goes to prove that our work and prices satisfy the users good Printing. i VBRLflESHHHiHPHHHLHHIBHHHLHflfllHnHHHBsVliM MILL Wood FOR PROMPT DELIVERY We can take on a few more orders for delivery this week. IF YOU NEED WOOD ORDER NOW Spaulding Capital Journal Classified Ads Bring You 'Biz' will be devoted to the chidreo'sj play grounds. It would be we'l if this plan were taken up throng' - j out the Unite1 States. TheasaB4ej of dollar would be saved and j tamed ! good account, which now , is wasted, and moreover it is im-. portant in the fice of the present) paper shortage, that not a tingle scrap of old paper be wasted any-, where. A French hanker of distinction, who recently visited America, stated that. "The 'sock bank' of France still has in it nearly two' billion dollars in g"ld. Thai , money, bidden away by tlfe pea : ants, will be used, if necessary,, to meet the wars requirement. Otherwise, it will remain buried . until the war is ended and then it , will be used in paying the nation's ' debts, or reviv ing the nation's com merce." Seldom in the world's history have we seen a more pow -1 erful example of the power of! thrift than in ibis instance. While, hoarding is of itself not to be Mtt versally commended, the saving I power of the French people has long been a subject of admiration' and its benefits are. in the preset :t great crisis, well known. We are told that both in Fraice. and Germany so powerful is the; thrift habit that, in these terrible, days etf war. and. notwithstanding the severe drain thus caused, many an individual German and many an Individual Frenchman is saving; a little for tie days of sunshine! that will come later quite soon we hope, At this New Year's period Anie-: icans can well take example from' these instancesj and. among tin ir New Year's resolutions, let the! first one be "I resolve, above everything else, during the nw". jearXo b thrifty." --- . Logging Co.