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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOUENAL, SALEM. OREGON. SATURDAY. FEB. 8, 117.
SERVANT IWAH tllti the ulbt 1u tii Ikku r an uJd fid-mi of inlos I fell h.w!, MM af'-r uiy hi-ed Ouclisat thr pillow U4 4 ,,, PW MM lull I n-Uialm I asaMMJWIs h laml f wli.i, ..Miiflbliig ll--4 PM I wak up f dl'i ! b mir i-mu'Iiu nf m lian, Thai J u utialiln i., ..-( M y,,, w Tt,, room w. fun af Usiii. wiii'h tev i-fl Ml la nn.,. UMI IM wln'low 1i in i MNH ui' p ally lamp U4 ha'l g.lllH out I hnaltj no fa fit in -',-. bu dlrr. II, u fiou. 3!toW ""'y w'"" i"l mt mm, racing Mt, i.rhI 'I'muwl b t... i ledum 'If liat'iia a H ire 'utiirle 1 Up. il'-O'-J 111; 1 and 1 "Am I 4iriuliis?" I did noi IdreM thta iui htioi, to my rtMtoi J HO noi vn, mmWk H Hi myself I Mil tfcwffci It; tiu' ii anrttai m I' roil are good enough ti, consult luy MMMttlorK,' h Mid. politely, on will n,wn;.- thai you arc Huat KTMIM tu ,ooi poalilun Jump out t Ml and MfMM soma cover up ti ill In-art, In the e bM MM and hid me liaaoita A parana who iallad lilrn atf a man or telcM slept here noi o 'Siv hMfl ai II" naw M With lil-i ayaa, m h-u i .1 MO with hla Bftn in i lif had llio ctftoiiiry ! tall MO Ui My f.n" Inai i wuii a delusion i li tTMtMtal bl dishearten Im Willi o u?" I Imuaii tu alum lh 1' Nvi Ml4(" Im Ifl'tmifttll with a aiaioful mature, "I am made up tr mtneral things which can Del be ssuialaad i am pari or you, fur Mlpll Tliln (looking round him i w.ib nan my own hod' haiiihar, but, ..ma to any, I ran not visit t uu loan In- on upled by soiliaoue elae What U Ihl., aliiff they hava atuek US on Ilia wall','.' And llteaa aufuH and cupboards wiih hulking aiusa Mara, mid - dual m! H IIiIh iiIkosII m MMlt 'I axiild. And a willing 1,11,1a; VVIiai do you waul will, auci niloca a tbata In u l.-. pn. apiut omnrT" VMJiliit oil lu utat that I tiny bad us tba faaliluii. 'An, Wmt" ba alabud, "and (MblM ""' ptrvall. I Know Dial lu my i"- h,r l BMka in fil quite ;a". Huupoaa you aara oonu in- If- tu (It, I i,." ip lo IOBM Urn wlib TrF oll!t lu WliMi you hud fainlllur and wliern you htl fpant noma Jbuppy duyu, uiifi b I flini noma )uppy duyu, un fii4 i Vif ii(r, ariHointai poimm i.bat VAU could rtKOfiilKlj woul j uu i, n . '!" (lyfns and Htt4'" "rfu ljyupl.n aiilimlltea, J'thara. ). y tjt u LarauoniU Gervais News (('ontiniiiiii fron t'URit . IiikI Nnveiiiliet , did HOI ml' l .. Nur, I M. KKOWN KTHH'K K.'l .1. M. Bl'OWII', line pf .'-1 1 v el'luli 'n lif'st I. in. 1. 11 (linneei Hit 1' !' 1 i'iI 11 Ntrnktt of MM . 11 1 1 -1- Monthly w bill n trli lo Hit Inn He Hits enlleil us witness in Hie Aim uata PiM nti'l lui'l Rime t'M'i mi (he inoiiiliia trflitii Wiorllj bofpre 1 i tin t" retnTit homo us hp aas wnthltn n t, ii h Hie streel lie fall ill mid went In a house iii unk I'm n di ml, ir nil 1, think Inu Hn' nni'iii revive bin'. He fount! lie II, ill. I mil held the I ll' lllld lite hldv d the nOltaa illllliedi,iti'l rtillcd lh. KOh ei I -, win, prOnilUIK'I'il il II ' I114I1I slluKe II. nils 111 m 1 it its i inn 1 111 1 nlde us pitssi I taken In I lie I nun I,. .1. . Vilnius n 1 ei 11 ru i 11 k pasMtuigai "ii tile tniiii. stilvertoH pud Rsslatpil Mi Brown 1 I'll e It i II l Inline, i.lltcsl reports of Ins illliiili (lie erv fUt'OMI'aujng Imlll ilni'liil'h, wilt' ItllOHtllttl trtttlOUUCIHl 1 livlil si 1 like, lie s e. i'i' I inu KOIIII be nlde in rttsumt' In- uttinl ilul lo vartnn Apirnli MOV uh TO IILVBRTOM I'.. Huh I. 111 nl Hie nlv fttt'i' 1'itrl nf the HieK und will I pa 1 mi uh nsaiatnnl ucneriil munau ibe i-i I v i' 1 l-'nlls Lumber com pun j rtobertaou lm been 11 pealdenl ni rlivnr I'm' len yoara "i mora ani I bhu prniuloeill In milllli'lpul nnd :ill,ni id' Hint fltV, He alsd sei s memlittr nl Hie huard of illranti Mi. food bus i ii- ,1 l s III' .ifv . v ' ' k-' "' ' ! l MMMsfcsti '.it-' . . ... L.- "': It . '.. iitii "Woteal Vuitr lauKhtera.'' a vonderti) film drama coming i" llliult 'I'lieatrvi Thms.la, mul IVidav, I'eluiiiirv s and "Mow (real," b rpll4, aoli-mn-I, ' i" ' abalt )ud( for yauravlf prt DUtly. Hut really It I. woat III' on aldaraie of me to trouble you wltb aub purely peraonal in"' The al(bt of all ilila nuveliy b upael me a Utile and 1 do urn MM to 'ay. Mo. Ui) good and brave friend, the only matal I have found lue ab, well' l.c ibai paaa Will you prom IM u,e that you will do wbat I aak?" "If ' I b'gau ' 'Mien- la no 'If about It," ha i.'ol'i- in uiiiiewbai MtVlMtly, ' You bear and hfi- and Ml an your I on arleii'-e did you A great and fruel lulatake ha been made about Ja'k Mln dan." I mprated Jack Mludeu" to K"t 'be name t on tly. y W- played to(ethr aa boya and ibui In why 1 (M not help think lri( of MM aometlmea aa Jack,' though he waa of humble birth and becaui"- m valei In after life." "E)u rue," 1 aald, gtaaewg at 'hi, eword and rufflea and MntfM of a MaaVattM loii( paaead away, "but U John Mlndun In need of a rhar ader "t present?" No. He U known to b what I have H&id of Mm. M u Mi ataMor Mwa "" aavrtli that mut b- elxwi of a'aln." "Would you mUti telling me," I ak'l, "v.bi'1 he did or rather did not do lo rMJMlft tbla vlinll'atlou''" "Ha wm Isaocast at the crlMa for wbl It ba waa banged'" ' Hanged " I repeated. " That It aei luua " Very aerlwua. Pool wief hes who atole to the value of a chilling Wei ilk' tiled I" hi" time, but b uff"-'"'l for wiiiiui nurdar." "Then why M earth, man," I ej ClalRta4, "did you not offer yourself an a wltn-n at the trial and ay WOV I BOttM not," he eald, alowly rula Ing bin fu'' "I i-ouid not. 1 wan dead. PflAI Jack waa banged for murdering ma." Than II wan tkl OOltf, numb horror Hiial' bed all my aenaea from Mt, After a while how long I an not M '- gradually IMMMM awat e I hat under aume liitliieuie COMllt from rny vbiliHiti l wbl b uu longer In Mplred Mi with ili'-ad) I was becom Igg pail of him, with a keen hhiihh of pity and lyMpatkjf for my own (partially obllierated ) uelr aa though we bud exchanged perMOitalltlea and i but It wan I who knew all about tint wiong wbli IB had beeu done to .Tohn Mlmian and U wan my duty to xon araia Itlm. JIliP I'9tV IV"0 '"XUUUf .HP "Id loom. ns be can make arfattgernanli for tin liamlug. Trlliune. HOTKl, I'OR HILVKRTON. c. K Anderson lms nadr arrange meats lo orottl n large hotel and board lug linuaii in lbs Nprth Wde addltioa near thn Silver Pulli Lumber eompany'a mill. Tin- building will Im a frame strui'tnHi nnd I'ontnlu some I went five er Hum rooms. Joka Bcbarbaeb, who lilts been rilDnlPg 11 1 t'sl ml 1 lint in Mt. Ajlgu) Tut it niittilii-r id' y tuirs, ii ia tin dersl I, "ill tvgso. the biilUuiig when t i it 1 sh iil . Mr. nnd Mis Kcharhai'b lire well known hotel people and are snpsv iiie ui making pouifartab! home for the workiag people ui Wlverton nnd 1 n ti'icrs. It. is itntletatooil ilmi Hie biitliling will be apinuletod bj 1 i nr 1 ol Vlareli, Ti Ibuiip, OBITUARV NOTici: David I btlHli 'Inu mill, who died in U I la, ui bear! (ailnra, iva I Km 11 in (Irani nuunty, Wesl Virginia .llllie 20, Suu. He i nine lu OrPgOl nnd settled i Wnoilburti in IIHO lien lie Was 111 Bllry 1 1 '-I'i'i I ui He vsils till I nut 11 ied. The fuliaral was mi .Innum) IK, snrvloei being It old. nl Ibe bouse Ifev. Air W, tlier nfficlntlng, Intcrmpul ' liciiiu in Belle Pnasl cemeterj . T, w Kmllh, n brother and fathoi of Nsi pfosslc smith ui this itv. enmc m from I'lnmih tu attend Hie funeral. Wiiuiii.m n mlepeudenc, N NO HOI.DIBRH I.IK K MOV I HH lOiiiloh, i'i Ii :'. Suidiers who navi lusl iheii pyestglil are enthusiastic ovoi luovlng pictures, Lady Waterloo fee uuantlv raudtiela smnit tartles ol bospltul lo l inuinni, where she ilpserlbei mhiilb 1 ii. in 1 tin' Mm, mi- piotvtrei as tkA 1 the " n. 'I'll, men nn psiieornll 1 1 oi IllnstVRted lepturos (on and a large four poster of tb type one flnda at Hampton -ourt took Ha pla-. Hut there wan no one In that bed The man who had been born In It, whoa anceatora for (ene ratloue had died In It, lay half un dressed In the middle of ibe floor on hla bark wl'h a broken raplT atlt-k-Ing out of a red ataln on the left aide of hla shirt front. And 'he fae upturned to the moonlight waa the fate of my vial-tant: HlltKi'TI.V IN I'KONT OK MY A corner of Hi ttpMtry waa lifted and a man and woman rume in itaaithtlX, tb latter with a .common Imp I. nlfe lu her hand It Heemed uh ab they had arranged already what had to be done, for Ihny lost no time In doing It. The mini knelt down beside the orpHe, drew out. the Glenada Man to Erect A Large Shingle Mill 1'. noetic, Ore., teh. .'I. A largo abin- :.;iu mill vill be bulll iii the neat future by w. I). Hull, ut Olenada, mi Hie shores I nl' Tsllcooti hike, in the western end of the pouhty, 11 rdlng to thp aunoattce ni ut' Mr, Hull Inst night, lie arrived i in the city from I'lenildll yestenlity ftf tt'i'iiopn tu make final arrangements fori Hie plant' He piihtemnlateri building this mill in Klorciiep. bill snid t lint lie was unable to gel tbe site lie dosiroil and tie-1 (titled in ideate 1 lie mill either nl Ada or I 1. line, I'll the line ui the Willamette I'm it'ii rntlwnv I'lie null i'. ill contain three shingle mm III lies, aecnruinfl In Mi. Hull, an, I ill post, fall) eqniimed, 1H,H00, Ii, will have a capaplty of 100,000 shingles 11 da.v. MABXXBD at hood itivr.R. 1 Thj inniiiane of Miss N'adn Knull of I II"' .1 Rivet in HniM'v BuelL took place I ni the M . 1:. parminage in II I liner, i I Docemher in, lOlfl. The happy young It was not ttntij Iheii thai their secret I came iv Hgftl tn the relalives nnd friends here, Hatunloy eveniug about I thirty ui H Iglibo'ra railed ui the 1 ie of Mi. lllld Mrs. Fled Bliell nnd gave Hie voting couple n welcome homo, I mosl iieasanl and enjoyable I'vpiiingi Has spent Bsfresliments ivero serveij. MKeitun ppWl, un, ROB BACKACHE AWAY Instaut Relief with a Small Trial Bottle of Old "St. Jacob's Oil" pain. Listen' V.nir backache is caused bj lumbago, Bciatiia ur u strain, ami the o,ulokOKi rellof is soothing, pen' lratig "8t. Ja taba pll, ' ' Bub ii right on your iainiul lnu k. and Instantly the soreness, stiff note, and Inmeneai olaap' pears, i.'n'i stay cnlpi1etll Gel n small itiiil bottle ut "t. .in,-, ihs Oil" from ynai tii iiiiuist and llkabei up, A mo men! after ii is applied you'll wonder 1t1nt I'l'i'tuiiii el lite haiKai'lie er lnni bagv I'tiiu. Rub did, bonsai "N. Jacobs oil" whcnecr yen littvc seiatlca, neuralgiai 1 iieiunatisiH or sprains, 11s it is uli.so l.iiely hnrinlesi and doesu'l burn the skin. The Trtbooe reminds the people all ltonis lhat tliev hate at least one Ihinj; lo he lliHitkiiul for - they don't have to j Iwoiia aboal the coal short aa-a, 1 from his 'ompaolon, 'rled to fit It Into the wound. Hut hla hand trem bled. Drive It home. fooH" biased the wornsn; "drive It In sa you did the other." With averted fare ba tried to do ber l,1ddln(. but failed With that abe eei ber foo on the end of thi- haft and atamped the blade In. Then abe picked up the broken pieces of th ial desth weap on, wiped thm carefully and burned the napkin ahe Mad in the einberi of the grate. BKI), FACT NO MK, STOOD A FK1UKK. CMNTl'ltlKS HKI'OKK. "Any gentleman may accidentally break hla sword," she said, handing him tha fragment. "They will seek no further when John Mlnden's knife Is found," .i I oke In the morning with the sensation that aometlilng unusual iid haj))enedj but could not at once FOR Chilblains Dennis Eucalyptus Ointment AT ALL DRUG STORES TUBES 25C JARS 60C Liquor Shipments Into Marion County 't an auti'isi steady increase in :' !: tlie aunibei Of tiiuor ahiipmeirti s) for the year of 1 914, by months is slimui in the following fig- j h nit's, giving the number 'of 1 l pavkagi'H, rthioh are taken from sjt the records of the county clerk: ! Jaituarv 416 Ma 1 1I1 April May , I line Auirual i'n ib October Novewbe Decern bei Women Members of Oregon Legislature Tll,iliili,''iin. Of Tlie Italics, i- I n'onian represeiitative in Ibe legisla 1 '.re. Miss Mnrinni Tow ne. of Jackson county, lms thni bouor, Slw aa ml as ti democrat l i t'ars a defeated (or re-election this year. Miss Kate Clarke was apainted senator H em I Well 1 1 term ol become elected oui'las on 11 1 y by uovernoi etll.) tu till the linexpl Senator Ncnuer, realgaeil to district aitiirney. iShe .is in Doiifflaa county while Ihe legislature was in session, cpvostiou ike legality of her appointttMsni b iim been raised. Kb jecllued lo st. for rc-ektcttoii, and was sueejfedetl Scitatur .1. B. Eddy of Roaohurg. N larkc is a tepnhhean. Tit is. st rai.uliteiis out tlie record wiiinen logialators, and the honor Indue Hie first in Orefron leloni?s iwcr the giftic gie Itig a day Jaeuat y lo Inilk in hisiui - ! USE ALLEN'S FOOT-EASEi tpl ( a :.USI ww 1 .".,...'. 'ad'. Trial aicka:e PKt& Ad4Ni AUcats .'':iutd,LFoj,l(. X. III -J,C-AAS recall wbat It waa. I found uij hoa. waiting for ni In the ball with evident anilety. "Have you had a good night's rest?" he asked quickly, wltbou' any ;ood morning" or "How are you?" When we entered tha breakfast P8M1 'he face of tbs bostaaa br!(hteue up with mora than her usual (Mlillty as she exclaimed: "Oh, you cou't look a bit aa tMfltfS -" sb broke off at a warning lok from hr husband, became Incoherent and smashed a UHE8SEI) IN THE COSTUME OF teacup. Now, all I had said to my bout In the hall was that I nad had a very atrange dream. We were sixteen strong, mostly young people, at table, so that this little slip was soob covered by the usual clatter and chatter, ) We three ipost Interested had It out afterward lu the small library SWISS FEAR BEING INVOLVED m1mmmmBmm I 'Wr $ ? UU MM Wl I "! MH r: WlMTlLi'aKllraMnW mVWmrWG& W .. Mr- tm$$mmW- ' '1 STRAS$eUs?3 ' :': and It ' '' - eLFOT.Y I 8Y FK"C I iN WILLE,:5WISS inFnnTZV,f)HO Mf)P$HQWHG RELRTIOM QF-.SVJITZERLPND TO vVflgiefYG POKERS There have been frequetit report! re icntly of uneaaideM in Switaertasd re irardlng pessible violation of the coun try's neutrality, and it was announced officially a few days ago that parts 01 lite Swiss tinny net yet with the Colors : would be mobilized. Italy. accordinC 4o official dispatches, has been strength ening her defenses cat the Swiss border. President Behultheea, of Switzerland, 'said recently that the Swiss people by ourselves, an 1 this was the story told to me: In the early days of George III. the lord of the manor of I.lngton wm one Stephen (Have- -a studious man and confirmed bachelor until, during a visit to London, when he wm In his fiftieth year, he waa fascinated by a beautiful Italian dancer and mar ried her. Th-lr after life was on bitter wrangle -he clinging to his old quiet habits, she Insisting upon excitement and pleasure. What else had she inarrld him for? Against his body aervant, John Mlnden, she con ceived a violent hatred, suspecting blm, and not without cause, of kep- in hi mnater Informed about cer tain things whl'h, from her point of view, should have been left unmn- tlond. By no threats could she pre vent John Mlnden from standing up for his master, and by no cajoleries could she Indu'-e his master to part with him. The position wh; thus: Bo far as they could ascertain Stephen Olave haj not revoked the will which he had made In his wife s favor at their : ' still, he might do so any da He wan itch . but, having seme knowledg-a of v.-hst was going on, !; sternly reflate! to Increase l.cr 14- loroe. kl;. Wrt.tlrl t..-, hatter "ff si widow with unlv Jli dowar ihax aa now. Stepian Olavc v ti cUvu It; tUe way. Jotit Klo4M haklug Ml tnaatar up at.rt fini,lnf out 'through a blither who lived in JiOudoni mora and more 'tcpleasant truths. If any fatal accident 1T1 happened to the lord of I.lngton manor one of these plotters was rui she would rather have a bloodhound on the scent thtn John Mlnden. Any arrangement, therefore, by which master and man might cease La be In the way together would be h'ghl beneficial. And such ;;n arrangement was made. The pair was seen In the vicinity of the manor house on the very moan ing of the murder, but the circum stantial evidence against John Mln den was so strong that no notice was taken of this fact. Shortly before the fatal day he had been OvarhtSh'fd to say to his master In an angry tone, "I tish that one of us were dead." To which the latter re plied, "And If you had the choice, 1 suppose, It would be me?" "You're right, by Ood!" crlsd the old servant In a rage. The lord of the manor was found dead In his bedroom with Mlnden'? knife lu his heart. And go violent waa ,ne stab, us it then appeared, that even part of the handle was found to have pehctvated his flesh. MOBILIZE MORE OF vadc their soil. The coniiiiaiidcr in cUicr of the Swiss puny. General Wille. said the army was prepared to defend Swiss neutrality at 111! costs. London rerairts say that Swiss news papers assert masses of Herman troops are concentrated near Basel. The Swiss general staff is convinced that nn in vasion of H witter land is contemplated with a view to freeing Alsace from the At the trial the covert threat cosm talned In the words above quoted waa (lven In evidence agalnat the prison er and whan he protested that he hadf not meant them the Jud(e i after tha) manner of that day) called htm a, "lyln( ro(u." So John Mlnden went to the gal lowi amldtit the xeoratioiis ofa moV and waa afterward hung In chalM on a gibbet erected at four croaav roada within sight of the ataM of his i supposed ' crime. The old house got an evil n;m and remained vacant for several years. An ancestor of my friend mi host bought it and every now .tnd then the story of Its being haunted (opped up and scattered the serr anta. "All this," said my host, ruerullr. "cost me nearly K.UUO and for nothing. If what happened to you were not a nightmare we ate mt where we were, minus the hope that the thing might ba got rid of." Here the superior ucutenos of hla wife came In. "I don't agree with you at all, Frank,'' she said: "J think we have made an Immense advance. Thanks to Mr. X 's admirable pres ence of mind and bravery I rmm- JoMlng the abject terror Into which. 1 1 had ban plunged I ackAOwic'.gad tt jrptlnnrtjl with a atcHij imilo). i auatarf M l alf way to b ! wi. By WjtorMtr or ! vtafou a ItmaHoa c.i 1( hM cu :iaa psoTv stoat run ?-ev.rwj tjiave has gM ft Borlng at :at an 1 b : leva that asmsthing he Mid 0 caused M & U m 1? trie. John Mtndan'a (pal sum I air. sur ho was a gDod 133, for all his bar! temper and hli hnrty wxirds - musk be restored hla memory vindi cated." And aha bad her tray, A carefully worded paragraph wan publlahed In the local papers to tho effect that grave doubts had arisen as to tha guilt of "the deceased." Such of hla remains: as could be found in the ditch, into which they had been flung when the rustM chains) of the gibbet could hold them n longer, were collected and given do cent burial in consecrated ground. And a tablet was erected In th church to hie memory, in which h was described as A FAITHFUL SERVANT, FALSELY ACCUSED, BUT NOW VINDICATED. I passed all th rest of my vlst sleeping in the new; room. I have occupied it elaco, over and ovom again. Others hivS preceded and followed mo ana fid, cue nas ever pos , disturbed 4 .. . V WAR, THEIR SOLDIERS French invaders, pays oni account. The Frenah have held a oar run strii of Al sace since the curly days of the v.a; Tin Swis army kits a Ti-ral war strength of 162,000 weli t rained men. Tkc Swiss system of universal service has been crged on the Pnited States. Pietnrea show General Wi'ie. a body of Swis. iiifnntrvnicn und a map of the relationship ofSwitzcrland to tee war rinji powers, also the li'tle strip of Al sacc held by the Ftetuh. .