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JACKSONVILLE. JACKSON (OINK
MARION DEMOCRATS I NEW SECRETARY
OUR OWN STATI.
INDUSTRIAL REV iE.V
ON TRAIL OF SEN
Some Recent Happenings Manufactures, Enierpri
Match Ignites Fumes From
N. D. Baker, Who Refused
in Various Parts of
Disinfectants in Which
Demand That Republicans
Place in Cabinet at
Payrolls and Promot
They Were Bath
Still in Office Be Oust-
First, To Succeed
ing Develop nenl
ed at Once
18 PRISONERS ARE
BURNED TO DEATH
The exports of war material from
o ir country to Eiropr the past ye ir
Yamhill, Or., March 6 — 1 lie Reliance I
hnvo no par Hel in all put ages. TI kv
Limber company has again re opened I
are sufficient to b.iihr.iy' the o itsi !••
El Paso, Tex., March 7—Nine more
Salem, Or., March 6—Condemnation
Washington. March 6 —Newton 0. i > mill and resumed op-ration in full
Astoria 11 >ur mills to iuerea-e ei;a
world, mi l '•■• m .'tc of us a nation of
victims of the disinfection bath explo of Senators Chamberlain and Lane f< r Baker, former mayor of Cleveland, force The firm his jut completed ity of plant.
gamblers. They are enouyh l<: ma e
sion which yesterday burned 44 prison permitting Republicans to continue in Ohio, has been selected bv Presidili m wing a d inkey engine to the mill
R noris s iy Pirli ml will have?1
c > fusion eve'where, Wh it fl a’lei-r
ers in the city jail, died early today. federal offices is contained in a resolu Wilson for secretary of war.
an I this will require mo e 1 .’>cr.
5)0,093 shipyard employing 15’) I mer. is shrewd enough to I > >k iorward and
These additional deaths brought the tion passe I by the Democratic central
Mr. Baker has accaptrd the position
C. A. Smith L imber Co. at Marsh- f >r. Hve.what the final balances «re t>
list of fatalities to 18, and a number of committee of this county. The resolu and is now arranging his affairs in
raises wages 10%, '10!) m n elfer- b> or how they are to be adjusted?
the more seriously injured were expec tion reads:
Cleveland preparatory to coming to Postmaster at Creswell Nam 'd
ted to die.
H w. wh.n p-'iice comes, are 11 e
“Whereas, the present administra
Washington, March 6—The presi lent
Monroe wants an electric light and i b mines« men beyond the an i to pick up
The coroner’s inquest and an investi I tion has been in office over three years duties.
todav nominated Chest<r Noland, of
I the «hreds of their shattered busln s
The nomination will be sent to the
gation by city officials, ordered for tc- and that m iny federal offices not cov
Creswell, to be postmaster of that
' and weave them into form again, ard
dav, had to do principally with state ered by civil service regulations are
! how are the men on ll.is side who have
ments by guards and survivors, who still filled by Republicans, and the Mr. Baker will come to Washington on
er line to John Day and Canyon City.
been plrrinr the wonderful winn'ig
declared that the explosion was caused keeping of said Republicans in office
Ontario —Steps taken to form Mai- cards to c- ni i back to tho-e fine caleu-
by the lighting of a match by one of it not promoting Democratic harmo president. Prompt action on the nomi-
Eugene Schools isolat'd
heur irrigation district to water 33,020 j lotions which finally nrilte fortunes out
tion is expecteil in the Senate.
Or., March 6—All schools in acres.
’ ; | of business when the
profits mast Cvine
The Hare of the match ignited the I
volatile vapors arising from the mix Marion county Democratic central com
the snow and rain Tile Anriz >n slo igh 1
A rain, when the unp irelle) -.id maid
ture of gasoline, kerosene and vinegar mittee does hereby protest against Re eral times. He was offered a plae- where the flood is the greatest of the months will resume operations with 2-0
suddenly ceases, how .vili our cu nliy
in which the prisoners, mostly Mexi
L wi lt; r, isolates the new high school i Lumbermen demand Yaqilina Bay be in llxid?
cans, were being bathed in conformity in Democratic hinds, and calls upon clined
is under-' buil ;b* fronl the Krffater portion of improved
with sanitary measures devised by city
stood to have b^en discussed by Presi- tbe 1 ’,J . ' The other school buildings
health authorities to prevent the the game fair and see that < nly the
d I Reports say that Black Butte quick of men w hl are now
Wilson with Colonel E. M. House1 i are without electric power usk
spread of disease from Mexican arriv
and ventil- 1 ■‘*ver minees near London, Or. will soon erous wages, will be thrown out of em
ployment . Where will they go? VVii.it
Speeches were also made at the soon after the latter’s arrival here tins 1 ating appliances, all wires being resume activity
at which the resolution was morning.
Sheets of flame flashed through the
Ashland Manufacturing Co. plans to will they do?
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When a train running at sixty miles
entire east wing of the prison and al adopted, denouncing the twosenato's
The Willamette river is at a stage Open their sawmill this spring.
hour is hurled from the tiacks. a
most immediately the street fronting
Moclips Beach Hotel Des 9.6 above normal.
Roseburg will spend $75, 0ll0 replac wreck follows.
the jail was filled with naked, shriek cans and make room for the Demo-
ing school destroyed by fire.
Worse wrecks follow when business,
ing men, enveloped in fire.
troyed During Night.
Wallowa—Nibley-Mi tn naugh
mill roaring with abnormal impetus is in a
Candidates for Judges
■ ' •
mono nt stranded.
College Boy Arraigned For Moclips, Wash., March 6—The Sea- Salem, Or., March 6—Frank M. Boardman, the new town on the Co- It looks to us as though a trial was
Euy Site for Big Warehouse
view hotel here owned by G. H. Smi h Calkins, of Medford, and W. N. Gt- lumbia starts building houses March 1. soon to come to cur country that will
Murder of Girl.
Bend, Or., March 6—The entrance of
was destroyed by fire early Sunday tens, of Portland, today filed their dec
All Hooei River sawmills expect to test ell the sagacity, all the energy,
Lang & Co., of Portland, wholesale
morning, believed to have been of in larations of candidacy for circuit judge operate by May 1, with 600 mm.
all the wisdom and ability of all our
grocars, into Central Oregon is an
cendiary origin. The house had 40 The former is a Republican and tie 1! Springfield will vote on $30,0)0 high ablest men to successfully' meet.—
nounced here by Isador Lang, presi
rooms, and there were 12 guests, who latter a Democrat. Five filed for dis
dent of the company, when he comple Orpet, indicted for the murder of Mar escaped without difficulty; The $50l)(' trict attorney. They were: Phil Ash school.
ion Lambert, the high school girl whose
ted negotiations with F. W. Sullivan
Cheese making will be started again
body was found in the woods near her insurance does not near cover the loss’. ford, Canyon City, A. D. Leedy, Can
for the purchase of a tract of land
ONE DOLL AR A MURDER
This is the sixth beach resort fire in yon City; Charles H. Glos, Corvallis; by Monmouth creamery.
near the center of Bend. Mr. Lang home at Lake Forest after she had died in this section within a month, all be T. S. M’-Kinney, Silver Lake, Republi 1 Section of Nehalem highway near
IS PRICE OF GUNMEN
will at once semi his building superin
lieved to have been of incendiary ori cans, and George S. Sizemore, Burns, town of Jewel to be built at once.
tendent into Bend to make plans for court today. His attorney entered a gin. The preceding five destroyed Democrat.
$15.000 school to be erected at Knap-
motion that the indictment be quashed
the construction of a warehouse.
and Judge Edwards set the arguments were the Pacific Beuch, Cohasset
Indicted Slayers Admit
There is much enthusiasm among Bend
Reach and Westport hotels, and two
Water furnished by Oregon Power
business men. us they consider that on the motion for next Monday.
hotels and the business district of Mo Boy3 Start to Join Villa Forces Co. to Independence tested and ton'd
They Were Hired to Kill
Bend will become a distributing cen
Bandon, Or., March 6—In search of I to be pure.
ter for Lang & Co. in Central Ore
Hi. Gill Elected Mayor
Guards in Labor
a ¡venture Melvin Baker and Paul Fish
Walker will e ect new high school.
Judge Mason hwin is Dead
Tillamook cheese factories prosper,
Seattle, March 8—The unofficial ma
years, left their homes here recently
total output $620,503.23, in 1915.
andstaited south along the coast on
Ask Bond Election in Lane
jority of Mayor Hiram C. Gill over
Rainier mill reopened with full crew.
Aberdeen, Wash., March 6—Follow foot, telling their friends they were
New York, March 8—After indict
Engena, Or., March 7—Petitions for Austin E. Griffiths in yesterday’s elec
Marshfield —Kruse & Banks shipyard ments charging attempted tn order had
a special election in Lane county for •
larger than in the primary.
which has kept him tc his room for es. They carried provisions for a long now employing 1C0 men.
been returned against four men alleg
the purpose of bonding the Bounty for
time, complicated recently with tramp, but homesickness got the bet
Residents of Malin 35 miles south of ed to have been implicated in the shoot
the sum of $700,000 to build a hard
surface road from Cottage Grove to ential voting appear to have been beat the grip, Judge Mason Irwin, of the ter of their ambitions and tlioy turned Klamath Fads working for electric ing of a guard employed bv a plant af
„ superior court, died today, aged 65. back without getting further th m Ne-.v road »rom Mal.n to Klamath Falls via fected by the shirtmakers* s'rik •>, As
the northern boundary, between Junc- en, while the amendments eliminating
I Pue Valley and Olene.
sistant Di; trie Attorney Dool n ' de
t on City and Monroe, are in circula ward boundaries and placing certain ¡Judge Irwin was one of the ablest law Lake, 16 miles south of Bandon.
city employes under the industrial in- ' yers in the state, His wife died a year
Pendleton —Blewett Harvester Co. of clared the prisoners had informed him
surance act, were ratified.
they had been hire I for I I'M 1 y the
I Spokane plane factory here.
Follows Pastor Out of Church
rs’ unii n “to beat up and
Passenger service over the Willam-
Bandon, Or., March 6-Rev. C. Mayni ette Pacific from Portland to Coos Bay kill strikebreakers.” Richard Harri
son, one of the quartet, admitted, ac
Knight, who recently withdraw from opens April 15.
cording to Mr. Dooling, tl at he had
the Methodist Episcopal church here,
Per.dleton subscribing balance of
of which he was pastor, and joined the $100,000 stock to secure harvester fac- “agreed to shoot any one desired for a
M. E. church, South, has been appoint ' tory.
ed pastor of the latter church to suc
Substantial business men seem to be
ceed Rev. C. U. Cross, who will go to
esming out as legislative candidates.
another charge somewhere in Eastern
Oregon. Rev. Knight’s withdrawol
from the local Methodist Episcopal rnen will be employed by Ore. Lumber
(From Off Our Wireless)
church was the result of an old intern- Co.
Oregon to get new people and keep
al factional war which was brought to
Many a courtship is torpedoed on the
a climax wheu Mr. Knight, it was al those we have must make it possible
leged, was assaulted by a member of to start enterprises with private capi sea of matrimony.
the opposing faction, Seventeen of tal not rely only on those possible with
When a man is going down hill he
his adherents left the church with their public aid.
meets a lot of his neighbors going up.
Pendleton Umatilla County farmers
True religion makes a man feel that
planning to build elevator.
it is just as cold for his wife to get up
Baker—Boston capitalists lease and and light the fire as it is for himself.
Road Work Near Clackamas
will operate Virtue Mine.
To the charge that thev are not fit
Clackamas, Or., March7—About two
State saves $2500 a year by uniting for self-government the Filipinos may
miles of the road between Clackamas two offices under one title of Fish and retort that neither is the rest of the so
and Baker’s bridge has been resurfac Game Warden.
called "civilized” world.
ed with gravel and will soon be in good
Ore-gou Industrial welfare commis
America’s dispute with Germany
condition for travel. This adds anoth
sion wants higher wage and sb rter will probably be settled with diction
er link in the roads radiating out of
hours for women when too many have aries at a range of 3,000 miles.
no wage at all.
Col. H ruse has left Paris for London
Newport has let contract for improv carrying his zone of silence with him.
Paper Mill’s Product to be Ship ing three streets.
John D. Rockefeller’s expression of
Springfield becomes headquarter of admiration for Billy Sunday is the tri
ped Next Week.
Oregon Power Co.
bute of one very successful man to an
Marshfield, Or., March 7—One thoua-
Phoenix stone quarrv. two miles
an 1 tons of pulp, the last that remains
If the enemy shall come disguised as
south of Sutherlin, is again to be oper
of the output of the Coos Bay pulp and
clay pigeons, our embattled trap shoot
paper mill, will be shipped to San Fran
er will repel them without lifting an
cisco next week on thesteamships Ade
Stayton Sjrveyors running line from
line Smith and Nunn Smith. The de ialem to Mill City—extension Oregon
Why should one study the occultation
mand for pu'p is on the increase and Electric.
of Jupiter by Venus when one can get
there is a possibility now that the big
Hillsboro and St. Johns sawmills have the same effect by seeing almost any
11,000,000 plant here will be put into started up at full capacity.
man obscured by almost any woman.
operation again. It has been closed
Perhaps the Rocky Mountain states
for more than a year.
in Oregon would establish a new indus- will wioh to contribute airships rather
try and relieve taxpayers.
than ocean going vessels to the United
7 he Pioneer Store
Captain Dan McKinnon in Dead
In the convention of June 7 In Chi-
Wife Henry, you really must have
Marshfield, Or., March 7—Captain
thi re will be a notable assemblage
Dsn McKinnon, aged 74, and for 25 the landlord -ome and see for himself
years a resident of Ceos bay, was found the damage the rain did to our ceil- of dark horses, dark moose and dark
dead this morning in an attic room in ing.
However, when Venus passe« Jupi
Husband —1 can’t without letting him
i North Bend lodging house. He was
i native of Nova Scotia and at one see the damage the childien have done ter one of these fine evening she will
imewasa wellknown ship builder of to the rest of th? house. —Boston Tran neither nnille nor wag a flirtatious eye
Coos Bay. He had do close relatives. script.
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