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Oregon Historical HocUiy
THE STHYT0N MÄIL
20th Year, No 15,
STAYTON, MARION COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY
Serial No 947
OREGON NEWS NOTES STAYTON WINS FROM
OF 6ENERALINTEREST GATES; EIGHT TO FIVE
BIG ROAD MEETING
REVOLT IN MEXICAN
Stayton’s Progress was arrest
HERE LAST FRIDAY
CAPITAL IS FEARED
.A nice crowd turned out for the
Events Occurring Throughout The Slayton ball team want to Gates
last flunday to play the hardy mountai-
‘'Good Road. Meeting” at the 1. O. O. Diplomatic Quarters Uneasy as
neert of that aaetlon. The way led up
the S ta te During the P tt l
F. kali last Friday niirht and listened to
to Fate of Foreigners
through tha beautiful Santiam vallay
what Mr. Peetz and Mr. Jones had to
in Mexico City.
for about twenty-three milea and the
say on the question.
trip waa a wonderful one to one mak
Mr. Peetz ts a practical man from
ing it for tha first time.
the "Hoosier” state and gave seme
Summer Normal Attracts.
Vote against the Good Roads very
Gates la a lively little place located
good advice on different ways to was expressed In diplomatic quarter*
Monmouth.—Teachers In many din-
as to the (ate of foreigners at Mexico
the road problem.
irtrtH of Oregog* experienced and In between the foothills of the mighty
Bond Issue Tomorrow and Do the attack
Seymour Jonea is a forceful speaker , City In case a suddeg. revolt should
experienced. and high achool grad Cascades and the Stayton boys ware
i and recognizes the necessity of "Good overthrow Huerta and permit the en
uatra are among the inquire» regard treated in a handsome way during their
i Roads” or no progress. His remarks try of the Zapalans and other undis
Ing the lu n m tr school eeaalon to be short stay there.
The game waa called about 2:45 and
ciplined rebel bands. These foreign
were well received by the crowd.
gin at the Oregon normal achool on
although the Gates pill twister present
ers are said to number 6000, not count
June 23. Prospects are becoming
ed the Aral three men up with bases,
ing the Americans, most of whom have
more favorable to fill to a greater ex
the aide waa retired.
As to-morrow is election day and as left
tent the Increaalng demand for leach
By the end of the fifth inning the
Size up the Men in Stayton some of the readers of the Mail will Word has reached some of the lega
• » la the elate. Teaabere v i e eaa
score stood Gates 4. Stayton I, and it
not get the paper until after that date, tions here of savage threats Zapata
not attend achool during the regular
looked dark for the locals. Stayton
there will be no more comment on the 1 has sent to leading citizens and their
«Inter term are given an opportunity
had a fins chance to score heavily
wives and daughters In towns near
to take the uaual couraea and apply
about thla time with the bases full,
where he was operating. One mes
their eredlte toward graduation at
Did a Thing for Stayton in Their
when the Gates right flakier made a
sage ts said to have notified a prom
eome future date.
phenomenal catch after a long drive in
inent citizen that when the town was
captured Zapata would cut off bis ears
Lives except to Make Money off THIRD STREET IS
Party to Seek Abandoned Rlftee.
FINALLY COMPLETED and The “eat chief them fear fried.”
Klamath Falla.—With a view to lo
In diplomatic quar
its People and the Surrounding
cating the rlflee abandoned by the
will be overrun
rooted troop. In the defeat of Major
The street work on Third street has and looted.
Thomaa' command In the Modoo war
Official dispatches tc the state de
been completed except some minor
of 1975 2. Captain J. C. Kutenlc, John
work to be done, and if the property partment from the Brazilian legation
O. SchaJlock and A. C. Yaden are
along that street are satisfied, In Mexico City says that four corre
You Never Change Your Mind owners
making preparation, to journey to the
others should be; but a vote on the sub- spondents held in Mexico City were
Modoc lava bed», and make a thor
ject would no doubt disclose a different released. Medill McCormick, R. H.
ough anarch. The defeat and maaea
after you are Fifty Years of Age. i ! sentiment.
Davis, Walter Wbiffen and A. J. Sut
ore of the Thomaa I roc pa by the crafty
left by refugee train for Ve
Modoc, waa one of the laat Indian
As a reason for the arrett
Victorian In the weat.
cadam. Ten-thousand other towns in the newspaper men. It Is reported th •
the United States have discarded ma they had asked for permission to e
Vote for what you Know will.do cadam
Life Sentence fer Ferrari.
for hard surface years ago; but ter the Mexican federal lines, bt ',
Marshfield—Pointing out that the
as has been said many times, "Exper- without waiting to receive it, bad pi >-
crime for which the prlecner moat pay
You Some Good.
ceded to Mexico City.
. ience is a great teacher.”
the penalty waa due to drink, Judge
Justice Lamar, of the United Stat -
J. 8. Coke in the circuit court cent
supreme court, and Frederick W. Leh
Help Put the Old Fossilized
enced to the penitentiary for life
mann. former solicitor-general, we ■»
VICTOR POINT MAKES
Jamea Ferrari, who waa found guilty
chosen by President WHson as ti e
Methods of Fifty Years Ago into
of second degree murder for the kill
representatives in mediation
GOOD AT SUBLIMITY American
negotiations before the South Ameri
coal miners St lla s ij iS h a Sew
can triumvirate at Niagara Falls, O nt,
moat ha ago. A widow*, penalon to
to he provided for Mr*. "Terrarl.
The Stayton boys made a fine rally,
however, in the next inning and tied
Club at Sublimity last Friday night ENVOYS BOARD STEAMSHIP
the score, 4 to 4, after which it was
Socialist. Seek Change.
in every sense of the
Surely as the Sun Rises and Sets. word a and success
Fugstcn’s Hospitality, Badger's Offer
Salem.—For the purpose of reduc easy sailing for the locals who came
speaks well for the young
of Passage, Politely Declined.
ing the lime requirement for a cltl.cn
people of that neighborhood.
Vera Crux.—President Huerta'*
to have realded In the state before be tune of 8 to 5. Rock did good stick
three peace commissioners. Emilio
ing enlltld to vote, from at. montha work In this game aa did also some of
well interpreted.Sammy would provoke
Rabasa, Augustin Rodriguez and Luis
to SO days, and making other-changes the rest of the team after getting on '
a Brake on the Wheels of Progress.
Elguero, left here on their way to
In regard to freedom of electors, the to the Gates lad’s puxzling out-shoot. I
It was a show worth whilk by people
Niagara Falls, Canada, where the con
socialist party of Oregon la preparing
you know. Good Luck to Victor Point.
ference between the mediators and
to Initiate an amendment to the state
the representatives of the United
constitution A copy of the Initiative
and Mexico will be held.
petition was filed with the secretary
Roads. Vote for Them Now, and
EXTRA ATTRACTION States
The commissioner* politely declined
the offers of hospitality made by Bri
gadier-General Funston, as well as
Rear-Admiral Badger's offer to give
passage on the Morro Castle,
State Railroad Commission Investigat
low is Talking About It.
Manager Wadsworth of the Star and boarded the Kronprinzessin Ce
ing Rates of 3 Power Companies.
Theatre on his arrival this morning cil« for the United States by way of
Portland.—Pending before the state
from Mill City announced the fact that Havana.
railroad oommlaslon at thla time are
the Waltmeyer & O’Connor Co., play
95 formal complalnta, of which S3 re
in that city last night to a very ap
for Bigger, Better and Broader preciative
late to railroads and 39 to public util
audience and to a well fill
ities. and 145 Informal complalnta, 92
of which are In connection with rail
This company is an absolutely guar
road questions and 63 In connection
anteed attraction and the money will
with public utilities. *
be refunded to any one who is displeas- |
j Stay at Home.
Twenty-fire of the utility caaee fh-
with the show.
volve the phyalcal valuation of plants,
either of electric light, power, water,
telephone or street railway systems.
Home Idea of the grat Importance of
this phase of the commission's work
may he gained from the fhet that these
valuations reach Into 44 towns and
ettlea of the state. Including al! the
principal municipalities except Pen
dleton, Axtorla, Roseburg and Albany.
More than that, a total of 990,600,000
Is Involved In thq Investigation which
the oommlaslon Is conducting Into the
light, power and heating rates of the
Portland Railway, Light A Power com
pany, the Eastern Oregon Light A
Power company and the California-
Oregon Power company.
The commission also has before It
It railroad valuation matters. Involv
ing appraisals of physical properties
of that number of lines. Practically
every railroad In the state la Included
In thla appraisement, the purpose of
which Is to find a bust« for fixing
Two 8hot In Straet Fight,
Rainier.—O. Danlgan and 8am La-
vere are wounded, W. O. Lee, a saloon
keeper, la tinder nr rest on a warrant
sworn out by city officials and the
city la In a furore of excitement as
the result of a street fight here, which
waa precipitated when Lee, supported
by Danlgan, attempted by forcible re
sistance to avoid going to jail.
W. H. Hobson and J. P. Davie were
elected aa delegates to the Grand Lodge
of the I.O.O.F. to be held at McMinn
ville on May 19-20. Several more from
here will also attend.
Trinidad, Colo.—President Wilson,
They will play in the Star Theatre through the war department, has in
Friday and Saturday nights, May 15-16. structed Colonel James Lockett, com
r m * t ry
“ The Eierrie of the Plains,” a story manding the federal troops in south
of the Mounted Police in the Canadian ; ern Colorado, to permit no importa
Guy Sloper Trying to Make First
Northwest threaded with a beautiful tion of strikebreakers, and announced
love story balanced with plenty of com that a time limit would be set at once
Truck Robinson pitched for the locals
The mtmber, of the stayton De-
edy. A 4 act drama. 2} hours. To within which delivery of arms must
A general machinist, an automobile morrow night. Prices 15 and 25c.
and although he was hit freely, the | velopment L^aKue are rvotiHe.l that
be completed, according to a state
little1 acco'u nt of the BCOster Carnival, there repair man and carpenter at Brown's
hiU were scattered and did but little
ment by Major W. A. Holbrook.
wi„ be a ipecie| meeting of the League Machine shop. What better combina-
In his statement on President Wil
The ball team was taken to Gates by
the CUy Hall Mondayi May jg, nt H tion. Bring in your autos,
son's instructions upon strikebreak
the Stayton truck.
Geo. Keech, Pres.
ers. Major Holbrook said that the
The next game will probably be play- _
commanding officers here had been
advised that no man shall be employ
ed in any mine in the Colorado who
Although only members of the three had not been actually in its employ
principal parties. Republican, Demo April 22, the date of the preslden
crat and Progressive, can vote on the first proclamation ordering the troo
candidates at Friday's election, never Into the field, was published.
Strikers, formerly employed at c»
Jas. G. Heltzel, republican candidate be enacted, many repealed and some theless members of all parties and in
dependents may vote on the good roads tain mines, will be permitted to retu
for state senator from Marion county,
The Parent-Teacher’» meeting will Oregon, was born at Colfax, Washing that are now drawing large sums from bonds i^iestion, according to an opinion to work at the specific places of the
the public treasury should be abolished handed down by Assistant Attorney former employment if they choose at
be held in the high school room Friday
and the people permitted to be as free General James Crawford Monday night. If they are desired by their form*
night at 7:30 p. m.
This a question which has been causing employers, according to Major Hoi
The following program has been pre for over seventeen jears, six of which and unburdened as possible.
It is a fact that taxpayers receive no not a little doubt iu the minds of some brook.
Instrumental Solo,Miss Wanda Brown Eastern Oregon, and the remainder in greater benefits from our state govern of the members of the smaller parties.
Male Quartette, Messrs. Hoffer, the Willamette Valley. He has always ment than they did ten years ago, yet While the bond question is voted on at Knox Urges Tolls Exemption Right.
Washington.—Philander C. Knox,
insisted that numerous large appropria taxes are nearly three times as great. the same time as the primaries, never
Beauchamp, Shreve, Thomas.
He is thoroughly convinced that high theless it is a special election and en secretary of state in President Taft’t
Vocal Solo, Miss Marion Alexander tions and a multitude o f new I hws eve
ry two years are absolutely unnecessa taxes and the fear of radical lev ¡sta tirely independent of the primaries. It cabinet, who ^ejected Great Britain’s
Exerciae, Mr*. Pr*tt’* pupils
protest against the right of the United
Address, Domestic Science by Mrs. ry in order to properly administer the tion has prevented many people, indus will be a separate ballot.
States to exempt American coastwise
La lie Robbins of the O. A. C.
shipping from the payment of Pnnartu
cords show that as a member of the gon. He believes that in order to se
Everyone interested is invited.
Canal tolls, issued a statement her
last legislature, he voted against ull cure a greater and more prosperous
arguing against the exemption repot
unnecessary appropriations ami useless Oregon, it will lie necessary to adjust
our laws in such a way that it will en Sheriff Each was in the city Tues hill. Primarily Mr. Knox assert*,
A GYPSY DINNER
Mr. Heltzel has a thorough know courage desirable ¡migration, and the day. We d o not imagine that tne that toll exemption for America
ledge of the laws of our state and of investment of eastern capital within Sheriff is worrying much about being coastwise ships Is not In violation i
elected, as he so far has but litt e op the Hay-Pauncefoto treat).
The “ Brode Club” enjoyed a gypay the judicial interpretations pi: ,-ed up our state.
position. Mr. Each has been a faith
dinner out in the woods Monday even
Dr. E. F. Reamer, Specialist in dil
ing. "We did not get to sec the con ed to act wisely in repealing or amend should use your influence in securing ful efficient officer since his election
tent* of the baskets, but we got a ing the laws of the slate as they now the nomination of Jas. G. Heltzel for two years ago, and deserves another eases o f the Eye. Ear, Nose a n
(paid adv.) term.
Throat and the fitting of Glasses.
stand. He believes a few laws should State Senator.
whiff, and it smelled like “ wienies.”
Masonic Temple Salem, Oregon.
ALL MAY VOTE ON
■¡ ¡ ■[ h JAS G heltzel , republican candidate
MEETING FRIDAY NIGHT
FOR STATE SENATOR FROM MARION COUNTY