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FALLS CITY NEWS
FALLS CITY. OREGON, SATURDAY, JUNE 2«.
l' dinner together in regulation pic
nic style, soon after which Mr.
Evans’ two nieces, Mrs. M. C. W il
Suprime Court Dioidei Southern liams und Miss ( ’dadys Evans be
came violently ill from ptomaine Mr*. Allot Palmer Found Dead on
poisoning. Then followed com
Cabin Floor at Baldtrao'i
plaints from the others until the
Washington, June 21. In prob entire party was affected. Mr.
Camp. Small Child Play*
ably one o f the most important
Evans alone escaped. He having
ing Hoar the Body
race decision« in its history, the been run down by a horse earlier
Supreme Court today annulled a«
in the day, receiving quite severe
unconstitutional the Oklahoma con injuries to his back, he did not
QEOROE IEMIEUX HELD AS SUSPECT
stitutional amendment and the An-
partake of the cause o f the trouble.
na|M>lis, Md., voters' i|ualiflcation
Inquest Failed to Show Evidence of
law restricting the suffrage rights
Foul Play. Stomach Sent to
o f those who could not vote or
Chemist for Analysis
whose ancestors could not vote
prior to the ratification o f the 15th
amendment to the Federal Consti
A t Balderee’s camp, last Satur
day afternoon Mrs. Lamn and
Chief Justice White, a native of
Mrs. Iitirsen found Mrs. Alice
the South, und an ex-Confederate
Palmer lying on the floor o f her
soldier, announced the court’s de
home in an unconscious condition.
cision, which was unanimous.
Thinking that she had fainted they
By holding that conditions that
called Mr. Charles who found on
existed before the 15th amend
examination that she was dead.
N v w York.—A fte r fifteen yearn o f ei-
ment, which provides that the lieriuieutalion
marked by tunny re A small child was playing near
FIX UP IN OUR STORE AND YOU WILL BE
right to vote shall not lie denied verses anil ilUu|i|Kilutmeiita. Charles the body unconscious that any
FIXED RIGHT. IT ’S JUST A PICNIC TO BUY
or abridged on account o f race, II Stanley, an electrical m aim er. au- thing out of the ordinary had hap
uouucc^l that he hail |ierfected an X
IN OUR STORE. OUR LINE IS SO LARGE
color or previous condition o f ser
ray device w hich will uiurk us areal an pened. George Lemieux, the man
AND OUR GOODS ARE SO BEAUTIFUL.
vitude, could not be brought over advance In the science o f surgery and with whom she had lived and was
to the present day in disregard o f IhcruiMHitlcs us the original X ray of supi>osed to be her husband until
BUT WE SHALL NOT REPLENISH OUR SUM
this self-executing amendment, it Koentgen.
A cleiimnM ration o f the machine In
MER STOCK. SO COME THIS WEEK. IN THE NICK
is generally believed that the court Stanley's laboratory made It u|ii>enr from his work. The body was
OF TIME. AND MAKE YOUR PICK.
went a long way toward invalida that the forecast by tiugllelmo Mar brought to this city that evening,
ting much of the so-called "gran d coni that one would some time be able the coroner notified and later in
to look from one room Into another
f a t h e r clause" legislation o f | through the dividing walla Is about to the night the body was taken to
Y o u can n ow b u y n ew est $ 3 .5 0 and $ 4
| he realized.
Dallas where an inquest was held.
la d ies O x fo rd s a t $ 2 . 2 5 U tz &. D u n n m ake
Through an ordinary door an Inch und
The immediate effect of the
an eighth thick and twelve feet from Lemieux was held pending an in
In fa c t you can b u y m o s tly a n yth in g
court’s decision was to uphold the the ruy generated by the electrical mu- vestigation but as the inquest did
you re q u ire fo r fix up at the lo w e st prices
conviction of two Oklahoma elec chine u reporter was able to distinguish not show any evidence o f foul play
w e have e v e r m ade.
tion officials who denied negroes clearly the bom * iff the hand o f Stan- play he was released. The stom
! ley moving on the other side, as well
the right to vote in a Congressional as lo see the outlines o f his hand. ach was sent to chemist for analy- j
election and to award three Mary This lest was mode simply to Illustrate sis.
land negroes damages from elec I the Immensely gustier power o f the
Mrs. Palmer was about tw enty-'
new machine over the old X ray ile-
tion officials in Annapolis who re ! rices. It Is only one o f the Improve six years old and letters found in
F A L L S C IT Y D E P A R T M E N T S T O R E
fused to register them. The court ments claimed by Stanley.
dicate that she had separated
The principal value o f the discovery
held that these election officials
from her husband and that her
lies tu the fact that the rays tuny be
could not ignore the potency of applied to patients fo r extended pert- mother was living in Texas.
the 15th amendment in wiping out oda o f time without the slightest dan
Lemieux said that he had in
o f state constitutions the w ord ; ger o f burns resulting The danger of tended to marry the woman as
Children Under 12
hums, often Incurable, has been one
“ white” as a qualification for vot o f the most serious drawbacks to the soon as his finances would permit.
Notice is hereby given that the
Blinded by Movies
use o f the old X ray and often has off
It is understood that parties will County Superintendent o f Folk
In the Maryland case the court’s set the advantages accruing.
adopt the child.
County, Oregon, will hold the re
The ttoentgeu rays are ordlnurly ap
decision established the |K>int that
gular examination o f applicants! Doctor Says Pictures Are Serious
plied only long enough to obtain a pic
the 15th amendment applies alike ture o f the wound, fractured boue, dis
for State Certificates at Dallas, j Menace to Sight of Children While
to municipal as well as to Federal I location or diseuscHt portion o f the
Eyes Are in Formative Period.
hotly on which It la projmsed to op
710 NEW MAIL ROUTES.
Commencing Wednesday, June
erate. With the new rays a photo
San Francisco, Cal., June 19.—
Discussing the Oklahoma cases. graph Is not necessary, as the rays Rural Fre* Delivery Exteneiona to 30, 1915, at 9 o ’clock a. m.. and
under 12 years old
Benefit 87,850 Familiee.
Chief Justice White said the suf may l>e continued an Indefinite length
continuing until Saturday, July should not be permitted to enter a
o f time on the putlcnt, and the sur
frage amendment to the state
motion picture theatre,” said Dr.
geon may work directly in the ray.
uew rural mnll delivery routes to serve 3, 1915, at 4 o ’clock p. m.
constitution first fixed a literacy
L H. Lanier, of Texarkana, today
S2.31I0 families ami tbe extension of
at the annual convention o f the
existing service so as to reach 15.400
standard and then followed it with
JESS ORDERS BIG SHOES. additional families were announced the
Writing, U. S. History, Phy seventh Pan-American Medical
a provision creating a standard,
other day by Postmaster General
based on the condition existing Measurement Show* the Champion Hae Rurleaon. Nearly all o f the new routes siology.
“ Under that age a child's eyes
“ Some Feet.“
went into operation June 15.
prior to the adop
are in the formative period, and
Olathe, Kan. — Jess Willard, the
Enlargement and extension o f the
tion o f the 15th amendment, and world's champion heavyweight, for rural service were made possible, a
Reading, Composition, Methods are absolutely unable to with
eliminated those coming under merly a cowboy In the west, ordered a post office department statement ex in Reading, Methods in Arithme stand the effects of films.
pair o f ‘ CowlfSv boots," »eliding his
“ Since the introduction o f the
that standard from the inclusion measurements by mall to n cowboy plains, by a readjustment In April and tic.
motion picture America is begin
May resulting In a reduction of operat
of the literacy test.
boot factory her:.
ing expenses amounting to *511.262.
ning to wear glasses more and
The boots are number MF-j o f regu
The court had difficulty, he said,
Orders are now awaiting the postmas
Arithmetic, History o f Educa more. This country, through the
lar boot width, nnd the calf measure
medium of movies, will eventually
in finding words to demonstrate ment Is twenty inches, the largest by ter general's signature providing for
new rural automobile service In many tion, Psychology,
become a weakeyed nation, unless
more clearly its conviction that two Inches o f any o f the 130,(UK) pairs localities, as authorized by the last
there are great improvements in
this action o f the state recreated of boots made by this firm, who have appropriation bill. People on these
the mechanism of projecting ap
been In business here thirty-five years. routes, when living within a radius of
and perjietuated the very condi
Every stitch Is hand sewed, and be twenty-five miles, will enjoy local
tions which the 15th amendment fore the |mIt- Is completed they will rates. The first of the routes will go
ican Literature, Physics, Methods
was intended to destroy, than the have passed through the hands o f six Into operation on Aug. 1.
Notice to Water Consumers
teeu shoemakers, each o f wbovn does
Language Thesis for Primary
language used in the amendment. one particular jmrt
users o f city water are
LIVING COST LAID TO WOMEN. Certificate.
notified that owing to the
$2,000.000 HOUR WAR'S COST. Durand, Ex-Csntus Director, Says
scarcity o f water the following
Homes Lack Efficiency.
Theory and Practice, Ortho- rules must be observed: Parties
POISONED EATING CHICKEN
Total For First Yoar W ill Be *17.400.-
St. Paul.—Dr. E. Dana Durand, for g r a p h y ,
English Literature, living on the south side o f the
000,000, Says French Economist.
merly director o f the United Stntes
river may use water for sprink
Pnrls. — Captain Edmund Tl very,
Eating Cold Pressed Chiokon Results widely known as an economist. i>stl census bureau nnd now In the depart
ling and irrigation between the
ment o f economics o f the University of
hours o f 7 o ’clock P. M. and 8
in Ptomaine Poison.
mates that the total military expel. *11- Minnesota, placed the chief blame for
School Law, Geology, Algebra, o ’ clock P. M. on Mondays and
ttircs for the first year-of the war w 111 the high cost o f liTlng on the consum
I h II hs O b « rv»r:
lie 50.tKXI.000.000 francs ($10,000,001 V ers. And those, he said, were prima Civil Government.
Thursdays. Those on the north
“ While attending the Shady 000) for the seven allies ami 37,000, • rily the women.
side at the same hours on Thurs
I ¿me picnic last Saturday a num 000,000 franca ($7.400,000.000) for tier
" I f the home continues lo be reac
days and Fridays.
tionary and spurns efficiency no amount
ber o f persons narrowly escaped many, Austria and Turkey.
All delinquent users o f city
This makes an nrernge o f tSSO.OOO.- o f law or theory will alter conditions,"
water are notified to pay up by
serious results from eating press 00O francs (*1,440,000,000) a month. he said. "Even if tbe women began
the first of July or the water
ed chicken, eight being under the 242.000. 000 francs (I4S.400.000) n day. «-hanging their ways now solution of
General History, Bookkeeping.
service will be discontinued.
care o f a physician for a short 10.000. 000 francs 1*2.000.000) an hour the problem will take nbout fifty years,
He believes the economic powers o f
for a complete revolution I d the moral
time. The families of Ed Evans, Great Brltnln. France nnd Ilussln can character o f the public Is necessary to
By Order o f Water Board,
Jasper Bagley and Edward Dun- support the strain much more easily eJectuully reduce the cost o f living.”
R. M. Wonderly, Chairman.
County School Superintendent.
than their opponents. ,
ckle, the latter newly weds, took
V O T E D EC ISIO N G IV EN
WOMAN DIES ALONE
NEW X RAY SNOWS
HAND BEHIND UÜ0K
Danger of Burning Eliminated
by New Invention.
N. S E L IG ’S