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THE STÄYT0N MAIL
19th Year, No 48.
STAYTON, MARION COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY J, 1914.
MOYER SHOT AS HE -TO M SUBSCRIPTION
IS BEING DEPORTED EXPIRESIN JANUARY The Old Year
I f you And tMs item marked with
Red, you may know that your subscrip
tion to TH E M A IL expires some time
in January or the Arst o f February
Take time by the forelock and send
Calumet, Mich.—The deportation of or hand ue a dollar before the Bargain
Chnrlee H Moyer, president of the Day Offer is discontinued.
Western Federation of Miners and
len llng the copper miners’ strike, who
was escorted from Hancock after be
ing ahot and olubbed, will be layeett-
K Kled by the special grand jury when
It rneumoe Its aeaalone.
Moyer, who reached Chicago with
a bullet wound from which, however,
A very pretty wedding occured on
he ttt-med to be suffering little or no
pnln, told of huvlng been clubbed and Chriatmaa Day when Mies Maude Dun-
shot by the committee that deported agan and Clifford Stayton were mar
ried in their future home on West Ida
President of Western Federa
tion o' Miners Is Cowardly
Attacked at Calumet
And the New
On the Track of the
Serial No 928
Dicky’s New Y e a r OREGON NEWS NOTES
OF GENERAL INTEREST
How He C ase to Attead the
Events Occurring Throughout
firewi Folks’ Party.
the State During the Past
IC K Y sprawled ungracefully on
EW YEAR S wag a long time
tbe floor, and at times be be
In nettling upon Jan. 1 as tbe !
stowed a sly and naughty kick
proper time for Its celebration, i
upon tbe unresisting legs o f a
Even now. In Greece and Hu»
st». where the Julian calendar Is in chair thatQstood near him. Ills first
Union County Prosperous.
force. New Year's does not arrive until impulse wss to feel sorry for doing
La Grande.—Five hundred carloads
twelve days after the year is well on this, bis second to look around and see
Its way in tbe rest of tbe civilised i f any one had noticed this little out of apples, 1200 tons of cherries, four
burst of temper.
tralnloads of potatoes, 80,000 feet of
I watched ths old year die.
And with Its fading day
It may be that tbe Christmas festivi lumber, greet numbers of cars of
Tbe ancient Egyptians and Persian»
Thera cams ths thought that hr
begun the new year at tbe autumnal ties of * feT ***** before had been home#, cattle and hogs, and 1,500,000
Its deuth a brighter way
Kept 22. and tbe Greeks of too much for him; bat, whatever It was, I bUBj,els of wheat form an Industrial
0|.«-> up. and. all things bright.
W e'll have surcease et laet
Koiou's time at the winter solstice, Dicky was certainly cross and Inclined procession which Is moving to the
From epertere dark es night
Dec. 21. but In the time of Pericles tbe to weep easily.
They’ ll Mve. but In the paet
However, neither his mother nor bis market from Union county.
date was changed lo tbe summer sol
county has been In extremely fortun
stice. June 21. Tbe Homans began tbe Aunt Gertrude noticed bow be kicked
year from the winter solstice until tbe chair nor tbe w-ay be scowled upon ate circumstances this year for fair
Caesar changed it to Jan. 1. With tbe tbe world In general from U D d er b is prices have been realized on every
Jews the new year began In Beptember tawny curls. They were absorbed In ¡product of the soil. Records bare
in civil affairs, but in their ecclesiasti their preparation« for entertaining the been set this year for wheat, cherries,
lie said that James McNaughton, 8tr****
cal reckoning the beginning of tbe guests of that evening, and for once hogs and cattle.
m anager o f the Calumet
A lie. la
the « lig h t e r o f Mr. and
year date» from the vernal equinox, Dicky was forgotten.
m ine, paased the
mob” In an auto M r* ’ K '
t*«* city and is
" I f 1 was going to have a party and
March 22. And. a* tbls is astronomi
Jail la Boarding House.
and wae at the station when they . e we" '“ ‘ *1 b* M h* r • • « » ¡ a t « .
cally the beginning of spring, tbe date Invite all tbe people In tbe world I ’d
Salem.— Declaring that It was ne
rived He also charged that the »her- Kroom ta one o f Htayton’a moat highly
Is a logical one, and that o f tbe 25tb of
cessary for tbe man to have plenty
Iff knew of the plan to deport him.
" * P « ctad V « 1" * men*
March <25 being a more fully rounded I wouldn't leave him out," quoth Dicky to eat for a few days to build up his
Mr. and Mrs. Moses Stayton, who have
number) wna accepted generally by
“ What’s that?” asked bta mother health. Police Judge Elgin sentenced
Chicago, 111—Charlea H Moyer, been idcntiAed with the city for many
Christian nations In medieval times aa
carelessly, absorbed In ber own J. E. Adkins, charged With obtaining
president of thn Western Federation years.
thoughts "No. no, Dicky; this Is a par- a meal at a restaurant and not paying
A aumptuou* three course luncheon,
In England Dec. 25 was New Year’s
of Miners, and now the central figure
ty for mother’s and father s friends. for
to serve a sentence of five- days
until tbe time of .William tbe Conquer You wouldn't enjoy i t "
of the copper miners’ strike In the Cel- prepared by Miss Mabel Gardner and
In jail. Tbe prisoner was thankful
urn. t region, who arrived In Chicago
"Oh. but I do want to come,” persist
on Jan. 1, and accordingly tbe yeat j ed Dicky. "I'v e beard you all talking for the sentence, and announced that
with a graphic account of dramatic ately after the ceremony which w a s
wuis ordered to commence on that day. about i t and I want to see tbe new be was almost starved when, in his
tnc'denla. In which he declares he was performed by Rev. Hocking of this
But tbe English gradually fell into year come In the window.”
desperation, he ordered the meal at
ahot. mobbed and deported from the
union with the rest o f Christendom
copper district, collapsed soon after
and began the year on March 25. When asked bis aunt
his arrival, as the result of hta wounds
In 1582 the Gregorian calendar was j
Tragedy of Fighting Deer.
"The new year. It’s coming In the
nnd was taken to Bt. Luke's hospital
promulgated and definitely located window, and 1 heard mother tell how
Ashland.—Trappers on Lick creek,
New Yeaffs on Jau. 1 most Catholic you were all going to open it to web
There la only the most remote
in this county, recently came across
countries adopted it at once, but Eng
chance that the wound In Moyer’s
come It In." replied Dicky, somewhat & strange find in the way of two deer
laud did nut acquiesce until 1752.
beck will prove fatal.
impatient at his aunt for not under- wlth horn„ lnterlocked> one of them
In ancient Home New Year's day standing so obvious a meaning.
a six-point back and tbe other a five-
was given up to renetlng and frolick
“ Nothing will come In at tbe win
MINERS BURY THEIR DEAD
ing. Kncriflclal fires burned continual dow, dear,” aald his mother gently. pointer. The six-point animal was
ly on the altars of the twelve gods. All “ It's Just a pretty custom. There will dead, and its carcass was being drag
Bodies Born« By Marchers; Thousands
litigation and strife were suspended. not be anything for yon to see. and ged about by the other one, appear
Walter Flood, the 15-month-old aon
Form Spectacle of Orlaf.
tub o u > nun's p l i g h t .
yon will be much happier upstairs in ances indicating that the larger dear
Calumet, Mtrb.—The Western Fed
I watchrO the old le e r's night
of the two had been dead several day*.
your nice warm bed."
And then said with a smile.
eration of Miner* burled Its dead, Linn county, bed hie arm broken last
Dicky wept a little at tbe time, and
"Ah. now the new year bright
rtfty-ntne bodies, Including those of Friday when the take up on a stumo
W ill bide with ue an ally''
when the hour came for bed under the
Will Seek Gold Dust.
44 children, were carried through the puller at which hta father was working,
Bui ere my hopeful drrsir-s
stem eye of his father be rebellloosly
Phoenix.—The Forbes company t>
streets down a winding country high
consented to be tucked In by bis nurse, secured leasee from tbe owners of I
la deed and passed: It seems
Carl Follia also got a severe bruise
way and laid In gravea In a snow en
although not without further remon flats along Bear crook, from Phcei
It siart* hot to decay.
shrouded cemetery within atgbt of
strance*. Finding them o f no avail, be
to Talent, for tbe purpose of washi:
Thus all along the way
Stayton set the little fellow’s broken
sobbed his woes into bis pillow, while
Qravestonca must mark the mile#.
sand for gold. Work will beg
his father and mother went below to
An epitaph each day,
Thousands of saddened
In a few days, and will be watebe
A tomb of tears and smiles
receive their guests.
formed the escort of the funeral par nicely.
Bo we begin the new
By making a brave resistance to tbe with interest, as it was in this vlcinit
ties and passed between other thou
t'Tls old ero w e've begun)
drowsiness that was stealing upon him that rich gold deposits were found 1
sands who aa spectators testified to
Dicky managed to keep awake until 1849. The developing company is aa
With the first setting sun
the grief that has oppressed the com
tbe party bad assembled In tbe parlor to be well financed.
munity since 72 men, women and chil
below. Then he crept out of bed and
There'll come a living day.
dren were killed In the Christmas eve
bung over the banisters, eagerly trying
And all things new. and we
One of the many Chriatmaa gather
Shall live In endless May
panic In Italian hall.
to catch sight o f the brilliant people in FAIRS TO
ings prevalent in our city, was held at
No gravestones then will mark
the gathering. A man passed along State Superintendent of Public Ir
the G. F. Korinek home when the
The tombs where dead hopes lie.
Dicky thought it might be
Want Michigan «trik e Investigated.
struction Calls Conference.
No nights of sorrow dark
Doctor and wife were at home to a
bis father and scampered back to bed
Creep o'er our changeless sky.
Chicago.—An appeal to congress to
Salem.— With the object of maklr
number of relative and friends.
—James Daniel Cleaton
again as fust as bis little bare feet the educational features of the com y
Investigate conditions In the copper
Dainty place cards had been prepared
would carry him. And then without
country of Michigan was made by the
fairs more prominent. State Sfurer t-
by the hostess. Covers were laid for +♦+++++*■♦+*+++**+•:•++•:•+++4-+
more ndo he soon fell asleep, "the
Chicago Federation of luibor In reso
of Public Instruction Churc
world forgetting, by the world forgot.”
seventeen among whom were: Mr. and
NEW YEAR'S DAY.
lutions which directly charged owners
Downstairs the hours passed merrily, ill, general director of the induetr.^.1
Mrs. Geo. Ewen and sons Marion, Ray
of the mines and their agents with be
and the old year drew to a happy school fairs of the state, called a
H E dawn Is gray and chilly
mond and Hamilton o f Portland, Dr. C.
ing responsible for the tragedy of
elos% First there were only fifteen meeting of secretaries of county fai:
with ths frost.
J. Korinek of Medford, Mrs. Svlvia
The old year's pulse sow
Chriatmaa eve. when 72 ektMrea sad
minutes of It left; then there were only school supervisors and all persona i
Farrell o f Salem, Mr. and Mrs. F. M.
flutters, now Is still.
ten. Finally tbe old year bad but five terested In the proposition Friday
adults lost their lives.
Korinek, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Korinek
; short periods, counting sixty seconds the capitol. The action was taken
tor good or 111,
and little aon and Mr. and Mrs. E. D.
each, to live. The men and women
Pass Into shadow, silent, one by
Mr. Churchill because of many
Alexander and daughter Marion
gathered together showed nothing of
W hile from the night wherein we
the solemnity that underlies the mer quests that he take the lead In call ;
DRINK A NEW TBAB'S riment of all inch gatherings.
Four the conference, inasmuch as his
The new year rlsea with the rising
minutes, three minutes, two minutes— partment had charge of one of t
reconciliations took place. New Year’s nh! They turned from the windows most important features of the fair
A new year? N ay; 'tla but the
A movement has been on foot ft
same old year.
calls were nuide nnd New Year’s gifts in surprise to see Dicky standing tn
the doorway. *
Los Angeles, Cal.—John Boatlck,
The same remorseless round of • > bestowed
some time to enlarge the scope of tb
Last Saturday night was installation
sun and rain.
He was not dressed for the party, exhibitions and make the education
“ the Kl Monte bandit," plended guilty
New Year's resolution, for every Ho
O f seasons In their order. Joy nnd
at the A. F. A A. M. Lodge of
In the superior court to the murder of
man resol rod on New Year’s day to so and his little nightgown afforded scant features more important than racin.
The old emotions playing upon
regulate his conduct that every word protection against the drafts of the and carnival attractions.
Traveling Passenger Agent Horace E. thia city. Past Grand Master, Geo. H.
act should lie a happy augury for lower room. He was not expected at
Montague nnd was sentenced to be Burnett of Salem officiated at the cere
That wax a little older, drawing
the party, either, and the expression
days of the eusoing year.
Merchant Gets “ Black Hand” Card.
monies. The following officers were
on his father's fnce suggested that he
Copperfield.—A postcard picture c£
He will be taken to San Quentin installed, W. M., W. J. Hewitt; S. W.,
ed the New Year's arrival not only was not even welcome there. These a "black hand" and a bomb, inscribed
penitentiary within 10 days.
The C. P. Neibert; J. W., H. E. Bennett;
among the Romans, but among the
Karth ages, and the very moun
“will soon get you,” was received l>y
death penalty, according to the sen S. D., C. W. Holford; J .yD. .John
Teutonic races, the early Christians nn adult guest, but they mattered little
Samuel Aklin, merchant of this platOj
tence passed by Judge Oavln W. Craig Downing; Treas., W. H. Hobson; Sec.,
With years, and we who crawl ,
look.-d with scant favor u | h > u the to Dicky.
He did not look or speak to any one. j Aklin was one of those who refused to
upon their breast
must be Inflicted within 90 days.
Frank Blakely; S. S., J. E. Yoeman;
Pass at the sliding sands' benign
The crime for which Boatlck, who le J. 9.', R. Harold;. Tyler, Jx M. Ttingo;
however. Dec. 25 became the fixed fes Ordinarily his father's sternness would sign the petition asking Governor
tival o f the Nativity. Whereupon Jan I have sent him with a headlong rush to West to close the saloons here. Peac«
but 22 years old, must hang, was com Chap., A. D. 6ardner.
Hate fades, greed falls, lust crum
a s|>eclnl snered character as tbe protection of bis mother's arms. officers are inclined to the -belief that
mitted on the night of December 1.
T^e Third Degree was also conferred
Turning neither to the right nor to the
And there are left but love and faith
the octave of Christmas day.
the card was sent entirely as a je -L
He boarded the Southern Pacific's by the Worthy Master after which a
left, be went to tbe window, nnd, al
To whom a thousand years are as
Sunset Express at Pomona, held up fine banquet was spread for the* visit- ;;
day has l>een superseded largely In An
Douglas Has Good Corn Crop.
the passengers of the rear Pullman ing and local members.
— Reginald Wright Kauffman
glo Saxon countries by the giving of hands unlocked the ratch that fastened
Myrtle Creek.— The excellent co
and shot and killed Montague, who he
Christmas gifts, but the custom still is
crop grown in southern Douglas cou
thought was about to realat.
retained In Fnince. This custom was without a mistake or hesitation.
His mother, choking track a cry, took ty during the past year, together wi.
Arthur Colon and his bride, of San
A New Year Proposal.
a furred wrap and went to cover him. the showing made by Douglas count
Francisco, were responsible for the
"W h at resolutions have I vowed to keep ly observed of New Year's day.
the coming year?
The druids distributed branches of His father looked, half In fright, at bis at the state fair and the Chicago lai f
bandit's capture December 22. The
Come, sit beside me. maiden fair, and the sacred mistletoe. The Roman em brother, who was standing near.
show has awakened interest anew ir
Colens, returning on the express from
stralichtway you shall hear
"Be careful not to wake him sudden corn growing among our farmers.
A progressive five-hundred party wait
t've pledged myself to choose one girl perors exacted gifts, and so did the ly." said Dr. Torn
their wedding trip, were robbed by
"H e's walking In
i given at the home o f Mr. and Mrs. F.
English rulers down to the time of
from out the throng so gay
While Christmas shop
Justice Joins W ife Beater.
j C. Fery last Tuesday evening in honor And love her with nn honest love forever Crom w ell.
ping on Mission street, In San Fran
He raised the child gently In his arms
and for aye.
T h e w orld o v e r on New Y ea r's it Is
Oregon City.— In the same cell w
o f Misses Susan nnd Anna Fery and
nnd held him in the full blaze o f the
cisco. they saw Hostlck. They left the
a custom to drink to the health o f
" I ’ll work for her with brain ahd brswn.
8. W. Moore, the man he senter.c
Joseph Fery o f Portland, who a r e
great chandelier, but Dicky’s closed
car and trailed him for half an hour, i
spendiog the holidays with relatives Until I ’ ve won her everything thnt hon
eyelids never quivered ns tbe light to Jail for six months for being drj
Th e custom o f m aking N ew Y ear
and beating his wife, George Bigha
C. F. Loose and Mrs. F. C. Fery car
esty can gnln
struck against them
Stats Labor Head Threatens Arrsst.
resolutions and "tu rn in g o v e r a new
I’ll flit her life with all that's good till life
justice of the peace at Oak Gro
Salem, Or.— Declaring that he be
Itself li done.
le a f" Is universal nnd. lik e political
And while we train our minds nnd heart* platform s. Is as much honored In the amazed to find himself at the party faced a charge Identical with the t
lieved the recent opinion of the su evening was spent and all enjoyed the
after all. surrounded by nien and wo for which Moore Is completing i
we'll not neglect the fun
brea d) as 1 1 the observance. But the
preme court placed nil employes of luncheon served by the hostess.
men. who all said cheerfully, ” A hap fifth month of a six months’ sentenc
"N ow . tell me won't you. motden fair, j tem ptation which surrounds frail hu
state Institutions under the applies- !
------------ — —-------
py New Year to you, Dicky, dear!"
what you have vowed to do?
tlon of the elght>hour law, Labor Com- __
He was too drowsy to he frightened, Indian Falls in Barrel and Drowns
For I'v e laid bare my Inrhnet soul to no many end Insidious.
m isaloner H off said that he would TEACH YOUR CHILDREts TO
one but to you "
but ns his father carried him back to
Pendleton.— While drunk and r mb
have members of the state board of clean their teeth. Neglect means poor " t ’ve made no pledgee." »he replied In so
bed the chlkl heard the great bells o f
TCI ;:t reproof to him thnt boasta.
ed with cold. Julius Williams, a wel*
demure a tone,
Those habits that, discarded.
control arrested, If It became necea- teeth - poor teeth means indigestion, "Put If you don't ohlert t'tl trv to help
Haunt our presence still like ghosts!
"A happy New Year, Dicky, dear, known member of Walla Wslla trllx
you keep your own "
snry, to obtain a comprehensive adju-
The importance o f keeping the rhild-
, of Indians, slipped nnd fell head'on.
—W allace l>unbu: Vincent.
mnnv of them!"
dlcntion of the proposition. The mem- ren’s teeth clean is too great to be
into a barrel of water near the O.-W
hers of the board are Oovemor Went, passed over lightly.
This week a
R. * N. track.
Secretary of State Olcott and State i tooth brush and tube paste 25c a t
W. H. Downing o f the Waldo Hills
Miss Norn Wann o f Salem is visiting
John Potter, w ife and baby visited
was a Stayton visitor Saturday.
at the Hosford home this week.
relatives in Salem the first o f the week. Dr. Miles' Antl-Paln Fills fo r rheumaiis
W A TC H E D the old yrnr fads,
Ami with Us dying light
Th* gloom, nt first a »lin.de.
Turned Into darkest night.
And then 1 said: “ 'Tla sons
The old year la no mors,
And memories now alone
i,lnger along ths shors."
LITTLE BOY GETS
HIS ARM BROKEN
YOUTHFUL BANDIT IS
SENTENCED TO DIE
A. F. and A. M. INSTALLS