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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (April 16, 1914)
Published at the “ Hub City” of Central Oregon
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FOUR KILLED AT
CELILO CANAL The Factor of Safety
REDMOND, ( KOOK COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL lfi. 1914
AK IS THE HKS1 I I Ol
BASE HALL GAMES PLAYED (•¡ant Steam
IllY THE I .OU A US. THE HI 1ST GAME HERE SATI RDAY,
Dynamite in “ Miiwted” Hole
WITH THE HOME TEAM ( RIPPLED. AND THE OTHER
With Tremenduoun Force
$1.60 PKK YKAR
REND SUNDAY AFTERNOON— Itl'SH, THE
REDMOND TVYIRI.EK. STEADY AS A CLOCK IN THE
DISPOSES OK THE STICKERS WITH AP IRIDIES AND DERRIS
HURLED IN THE AIR
PARENT EASE DURING THE NINE INNINGS
The bu.sineHH man o f to-day is becoming more and more
critical in safeguarding his business interests*.
The bank in
which he expects to keep his funds should be carefully ex
amined as to the factor of safety.
ninnimi p U iril th«lr flr*( losing
( i n . " of lha «ivimin Ual
iflrrH' 1 'ill » h an lln-jr mail III.'
K K D M O N I) - B K N I) (ìA M K
Escape From Flyini; Rock—
II) Kob Itoliert*
Shovel Enxineer In (¡round in
Thr Itrdmond team wrnt to II and
|r 1 1 Ha Irani
Tim I... ala were
Si I hr aluM'tiir of a n x i a l of ttunday to play a return gamr. and
p a p lllU players. aaJ that la Ih" rapturrd thr rraalon by a a r o r r of
un ilial Iti» rotini? arai tram 17 to 2 In thla gamr thr loralt had
«ti ..(T « l l h th» baron by a arorr tlghtrnrd up thr I r a t o by thr addl-
tlon of tbr rrgular playrra, and tlioar
hr .lay « a a raar and wtnity, ami » h o wlturaird tbr playlng o f thr
|u inali rroa.l » aa In attorniati. •• Itrdmond aggrrgatlon wrrr « r i i aal-
' • i ..f (lar iti«
» • ■ ■ latlr.l «U h thr artlrlr of hall put Up
pltrher. « a a
i •mur ..f thr Imala »hi. I: «
righi thrrr « l l h thr gooda and put It
Mi. vlali.ira lo run ut-
all ovrr thr llm d atlrkrra (' Sprlng-
r r of llm d. « h o umplrrd thr gumr,
K" ,»» ng la ! hr Him up
« a a fair and Impaniai and gave aatla-
fartlon to botti traina
I Irlalo». lat baar
Followtng la a drtallrd arrotini of
I f r th rr o*. 3rd haaa>
I |ranton. l n d baar
I I K lina. h. Irft (Irld
Urtato«, thr flrat man
I k l'rrry. ralrbrr
up. glrurk out. T r i t i m i » hit to thlrd
I |lhrh«r. ahortatop
and « a a thrown out al tirai, itran-
I I " , Irti flrl.1
ton Arar out to Ihlrd
agan. rentar field
Unni Jonra « a l k r d
IVrry. pit. h.-r
ranghi napplng off
l'rtan H I*
atrurk out. tìlbba Itew out to left.
I «ira. ahortatop
Itrdmond lludaon « a l k r d . alolr
J.lalrr, ral- hrr
aerond and thlrd. and acorrd «rhrn
1. Ilrlknap. lai haar
I. l’ rrry hit to drat; Prrry atolr
[li Ilrlknap. 3rd haar
a r r o t i '! and thlrd.
MrKarland. 3d baar
Ituah'a hit to lefi R e d ; lluah acorrd
llonnry, center Belìi
on thr catchrr'a rrror. Hhrllry waa
Farnsworth. left tirili
thrown out al tirai; A l’ rrry hit to
Stevens and Roberts, right tlri.i
aerond and ma.lr flrat on an rrror.
Thr lóame by Inning«
wrnt to aerond whrn Fleming hit to
1 3 3 4 5 X 7 * 9
Fleming waa pili out at flrat;
1 0 0 I S 0 3 I *
Roger W. Babson, in the Saturday Evening Post, in sug
gestions to the young business man selecting a bank, says:
“ In foreign countries the bankers talk of factors o f safety
rather than simply deposits; but in this country, owing to the
ignorance o f most business men concerning banking methods,
the people can be fooled by a comparative statement of de
A terrific erpioalon at Thr Dalle*.
April K, which shook thr earth for a
wide radius, left dead and mangled
ttodies In Its wake and wrought par
tial destruction to nearby surface
works, occurred at Thr Dallea-Celllo
Canal work*, one and a half mil.*
east of lllg Kddy. at II 4 0 o'clock
on thr above date, whrn the U ovem -
mrnt'a mammoth “ 40 " ateam exca
vating shovel struck what la hcllcvr.l
to have hern an Itnmenae charge of
dynamite which. It la thought,* had
"missed fire" In blasting operations
Four men. Edward Readier. Alex
Lind. Kd Ryan and C. Odrlrh. w eir
Instantly killed by thr trrrlflc Impact
of the explosion or died Immediately
while other workmen
cut and bruised,
though none of them. It la believed,
The exact quantity o f dynamite
exploded la not known, but It muat
have been o f considerable pr opor
tion*. Judged by Its death-dealing
forre and the havoc It wrought.
A large number of pitmen were at
work In the face o f the excavation, j
going ahead of the steam ahovel,
drilling the hole* for the dynamite
dmond . 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 0
Contlnued on l’ age 3
blasting, while other numbers were
engaged around the ateam ahovel
loading the loosened dirt that had
been Mattered by the dynamite blasts
or not picked up the by the ateam
Juat how the accident occurred
«III not be known until the Investi
Irctlng loia* W e rk IV rfrrta O rga n i- Song Ser* Irr « a » VI urli A p p recia te«!
gation by the Coroner's Jury.
M it o «
I h r t o n iln g
S c a x .n —
At a meeting held here last week
■»« lnlcrr«t.-.| In •••In. n
.larball team In Itrdmond. It waa
I dr.I to organit e a ball club that
tmild aland a chance of winning the
•nnanf o f the county for 1914
The n o e tln g waa held In Mayor
Roarh'a o flirr laat Friday night Th •
L llowlng offlrrra wrrr alected for
I'rraldrnt J W. Mootr
l> t). Burdick.
Manager W. II Shelley,
f ’uptaln -Jraar Trth rrow.
Manager Shelley alatrd that It was
thr Intention to try and organirr x
four or air clu b league In the county
and play a rrgular arhedtilr o f gamra
during thr araaon
Th r »errrtary la
now corrrapondlng with different
lowna In regard to thr above and It
la expected that I’ rlnrvlllr. Itrnd.
Itrdmond nnd probably Madraa or
Sisters will g o Into thr organlrntlon.
IIA M , IJAMK II Kit K s i M *\V
T h r Redm ond and I’ rlnrvlllr ball
trama will play here Sunday after
noon, April 1*. at 3 30 o'clock The
locala will have a good Irani and faal
hall may be expected
Tlila One la IMIferent—
A hatch o f 7« young chicken* from
*7 rgga la reported by C. W. Taylor
o f thla city. He aet ten hen« and ao
far air have com e off with the re
mili u h ahoye «fated
Should thr bal
ance hatch aa well or better than
fhr «rat air, hr will have obtained
about a 90 p*«r cent hatch.
MAM KB r o l l
M A IM Mil
by lo»rg r C o n g r e g a t i» » — A b le Hrr-
K ip l.w io n C a tch es A ll at W o rk .
m on IM Ivererl by Itr » . lla g a n .
The Kaater aervlce* at Ihe Prosby-
terlati church here la*t Sunday were
well attended and much appreciation
■hown for Ihe excellent aong »ervlce
llev W K. Hag
an. pant nr of thr M K. church o f this
city, delivered an able aermon ap
propriate to the oera*!on. The f o l
lowing program was given:
Selection, orchestra trio. Mrs A.
B. Sparka. Mra W. H. Anderaon, J.
Scripture reading, llrv. Ragan.
I’ rayrr. Rev Itagan.
Solo, J It Kobrrla.
i’ lano aolo, Mr*. Anderaon
Hymn No. 163, congregation.
Sermon. Itrv. Itagan.
Solo. Mr*. Ifobba.
Anthem, R. I,. Schrr. Mr*. J. R
Roberta, Mr*. C. II. Irvin. Mr. Cook.
Hurt, Mr*. J. It Robert* and Mr.
Olorloua Conqueror, choru*.
Selection, orchestra trio.
K n trrta lm sl
F rien d «—
Ml«* Livingston and Ml** Ritchie
entertained about 24 young people.
Including the "R and o f Hope*’ and
their frlenda. at
the C. H. Irvin
home la*t Thur*day evening. Th«
evening wu* passed In dancing. Hing
ing nnd playing gamra. after which
refreshm ent! were served. Those
present were the Ml**.*« Irene and
Jesse Hutchins. Myrtle Butler. Lora
Smith, Lucy Campbell, Marie Au*lln,
Vita Rnmaower, Claire Dunn, Mae
Ritchie, Nora Livingston and Evelyn
Smith, Mesdame* I’ hoenlx and Irvin;
Messrs. Lynch, Cook, Chn*. Reedv.
Talllaferro, Kannala, Meyer*. Hud
son. Harr. Ordway,
Rodman and Irvin.
The Spokewman ha* the name of
ery taxpayer In Crook county, with
Von can sleep In the dark, but you
elr poatofflce address
I’ eraon* de-
ring name* for mailing or other need the light to do business
irpoaea can » .c u r e «ame at Ihl* of- advertising Is the great source of
•e at a rea a on a b le figure.
The fjrat and m0st
feature to note in the study of a bank statement is the factor
The REDMOND BANK OF COMMERCE, with its un
usually strong factor o f safety o f 32Vi per cent, affords the
greatest security to depositors in this community.
We invite your patronage.
Guy E. Dobson
J. W . Brewer
B. A. Kendall
L. E. Smith
Redmond Bank of Commerce
iseball Team For the Faster Services Here
1914 Season Organized
Were Well Attended
Commercial Club Talks
About New Club Rooms
LEGAL "BEER” IS MADE 0. See T. Railroad
Better Times Ahead
FROM A NEW POWDER
Without warning and while all the
men were at work at their various
stations, a terrific roaring, a trem
bling o f the earth and a mass of
flying rock atartle.l the crews w o r k - 1
In T o u r in g T h l* FH*trtrt T h ey F in d
('• p la in « Appointent f o r ( ómm I H oad*
Ing a short distance front the steam
T h a t A ll K in d* o f B u*ine** Ia
D ay— E xp ect S to re « t o C lo s e on
Cnfortunate workmen were
P ic k in g l"p— O u tlo o k B right
seen to fall In their tracks or be
K l'fiK N K l ’ K O S K C C T O R I N A H I,4)
forcibly thrown In various directions.
Hmull debris filled the air, the Im
TO H O LD "W K T ” V IO L A T «»«
W. C. Wilkes, assistant general
At the regular meeting o f the
mense crane and the "d ip p er s." or
passenger and freight agent; F. A.
scoop at the end of It. were twisted Commercial Club last evening the
Bralnerd, superintendent, and J. T.
and wrecked, rock efirs were lifted following members were appointed
bodily front their tracka, while a
captains for the road work on Friday.
freight agent, all of the Oregon
cloud of dust filled Ihe air for a con
April 24. which ha* been taken up-
Trunk Railway, were in Redm ond
Produce Jag*, but It* Handler*
J. H. Vincent and Frank Phoenix on
last Saturday and called at The
The startled workmen who had
south road; Al Wright. Powell Hulte
Jeer at Liquor U s *
Spokesman office during their stay in
not been Injured hurried to the
road; M. A. Lynch. Batea road; W.
aaslstance o f
j o . Phoenix, the main road north. The
Mr. Wilkes stated that they were
brothers and a hurried appeal for
j captains are to have full charge of
making a tour over the district c o v
medical aid waa sent.
“ Dry beer.” represented as capa ered by their lines, and he was well
It was at
that the ,h * w or ‘l an‘1
t h . y hntr*
number of caanaltles would be much
of men *° a** ** * el"
-v,r> ble o f producing as com plete intoxi pleased with the o u ilo o k — that busi
man that can get out on the above cation as the " r e a l ” article, puzxled ness was picking up in all lines, and
larger than actually proved to be
date Is requested to report to one j Kugene and county officers one day- he predicted a steady
of the captains so that tools can be last week, says a dispatch from t h a t > prosperity from now on for this part
Kendler. the engineer, and one of
arranged for. Dr. J. Barr and L. 8. city, followin g the arrest o f C. E. o f Central Oregon.
Ihe dead men. was seated in the door
Roberts were appointed a committee Cook by a police officer as he was at- j
way o f the engine room which fur
to see the bsulness men and try to tempting to sell canned, powdered
nished power to the steam ahovel.
Install* FTne Furniture—
get them to close their stores on the "b e e r . " He claims to have been s e l l - !
H. P. Wilson, landlord o f the Hotel
The blast hurled Mm through the
ab ove date.
ing the material about Lane county Redm ond, this week installed a num
door and Into the engine room, where
D. O. Burdick was appointed to for three weeks, to have 10 agents in
he was caught in the coga of a big
ber o f tine quarter-sawed oak chairs,
. , . ¡consult the City Council In regard to the field, and defies the officers to
with Spanish leather cushions, for
wheel, his body being ground Into i
. . .
, having the city dump grounds moved stop him.
the hotel lobby. Mr. Wilson believes
thousands of piece*. It was several
further from the city limits.
R. 8. Bryson, police Judge, before In patronlxing home industry, so ne
minutes before anyone could reach
whom he was brought, discharged bought the chairs from C. H. Irvin,
the shovel to stop the engine, during .
him for lack o f grounds on which to the furniture dealer of this city, who
which time the machinery was grind-
Is to get a permanent location for hold hint.
District Attorney J. M also is a believer In home produc
Ing his body Into bit*. It was neces
the clu b room s and fix up an agri Devrs attempted to hold the man.
tion. for he bought the chairs from
sary to reverse the engine to liber
c u l t u r a l exhibit there
A reading j hut was able to do nothing.
an Oregon manufacturer In Portland.
ate the horribly mangled body.
room would be provided and pool and
"T h er e Is on way to stop him
Crniieiimn's F*ci»pc Miraculous.
billiard tables installed so the mem- from selling materials with which to Bought Supplies Her«*—
Lester, the cranesman. was seated
j her* and their guests would have a make b«>er, stated the district attor
Messrs. Moxley and Brummer o f
at his regular post on the crane arm,
place to congregate.
It Is proposed ney, "p rovided he has the proper li Post, were in Redmond yesterday.
almost directly over the "d ipper,”
to have the club rooms open all day cense for peddling.”
They brought In a consignment of
which Is presumed to have struck
1 until midnight.
The executive board
and exploded the dynnmlte.
The officers declare that the local chickens, sold some in this city and
was given full power to act on this
the fnrt that the arm o f the crane
option law specifies the sale o f Intox shipped the balance to
question as soon as the plans wet;e
was between him and the full f o r -e
icating " l iq u o r s ," and this not being While here they
fully worked out.
o f the blast saved hi* life.
a liquor, it does not fall under th e' from Lynch & Roberts.
W. M. and H P. Wilson of this
was. hi* escape from death was little
city. Joined the club.
Are you proud o f your town and
short o f miraculous.
The force of
Crook represents that the powder
o f your business?
reaches when mixed with water will make vertise your business and thereby ad
Y our ad In this
real "a tchollc beer.”
vertise your town.
every h om e o f the town.
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