PEDERSON’S TALE OF BIG DISASTER t UK A I. KSTATK I'OKHALG :: • • SUNDAY EXCURSION Captain of Eastland Interview- :: ad Right After Horror. O rd «r to MLot tho People Off*’ Scared Thom— Adm its Steam er Had ’! Sunday August 15th • ■ - ■ • " " ' i • • " • No. 2 HO acres mountain land, 1 m ilei out on County road. 2T> acres in cultivation. 20 acres big second-growth fir. Good 5-room Try e went ad in the Now*, it house, barn, outbuildings. Fruit, will pay you. People do without and berries; 125 prune trees. Al- i or tend off for.articles not not ad- so, good team, wagon, harness j vertised at home. and some household gusls. Will g ive time on part. ROUND TRIP “ Listed Pretty Bad Before”— “ H ard to Judge W h en a Boat Is Going to C a p . in .” !! 11 !! No. 3. 35 acres near town. 15 in cultivation. Good 8-room house barn and henhouse. Hearing or chard. Some good second-growth fir. Tim e on part. This is the annual excursion from Willamina, Sheridan, Dallas, Monmouth Independence and intermediate points to Newport and return. Chicago.—Aa the different investiga tions Into the Eastland disaster were continued In Chicago the story o f Cap tain Henry Pederson stood out. Im mediately following the disaster Cap tain Pederson agreed to be Interview ed. He was quoted verbatim as fol lows: "H ow much did you list before you gaTe the order to ‘stand by?” ' w as! asked. “ Not much. First she listed to star board, and sbe came back, and then ' she didn't list so very much; then she , straightened up all right, and I was , otng to seud out the word to let go the line. She listed over, and I best tated. I had already given the second mate orders to stand by and let go the stern lines. “ X gave the warning to stand by be- j cause she was listing, and she kept on listing. The harbor master was on the deck. He shouted. ‘Are you ready, cap tain T He wanted to throw the lines out. I didn't start. I thought she was going to straighten up. but she shifted, and I shouted. ‘Open the inside doors j and let the people off.’ This was to the crew. “The passengers were panic stricken when I uttered those words, and it was Special Train Schedule Leave \v i lie ml ua • Sheri «Un *• Rroadmeatl • Perry da le • Dallas l «‘ a v e M on m o u t h 5 uo A 5 - 5:10 " * 4* 6 15 * Leave Corvallis 8:05 •• Independence •• •* Parker Su ver ? 05 VIA •* •• W e 'U ta le 7 22 •• •* Arrive Newport 12:15 P M. Leave Newport 6:00 P. M. Corvallis 10:25 A. M. Arrive Willamina 1:10 A M Train will stop both going and returning at all intermediate points. No. 6. 153 acres near town. Good house and barn. W ill sell all or divide to suit buyer. Six H o u r s F u n at th e B e a c h Music, boating, deep-sea fishing, surf bathing, roller skating. Etc. No. 8. T w o good 8-room houses and lots, some fru it trees with one. These are among the most desirable residences in the city. They are o f modern construction and desirably located. Reason able terms on part i f desired. W ill sell one or both. Ask nearest Agent for full particulars, S O U T H E R N PACIFIC John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent. Portland, Oregon. more dangerous nt that time than at any other time? A. Well. It la hard to judge as to when n boat Is going to capsize. Q. Had she ever listed before? A Yea, pretty bad before Q. But you were not afraid o f herl A. No, sir. Q. W ere you surprised at her listing? A. Yes and no. Q. What caused her to keep on Ilw. !ng? A. I don’t know Q. Have you any theory a« to win she kept on listing? A. Probably tol heavy n. weight “ listing s id e " REAL YOUNG CHINA. Learning Dancing Games. and Athletio Shanghai. China —A gymnastic exhi bition given the other afternoon was an eye opener regarding what is being done for tbe development o f China through the younger generation. Only a very few privileged males were allowed in the grounds, but there were perhaps a hundred or so foreign Photo by American Press Association. ladles and a matter o f 400 or 500 Chi C APTA IN PEDEBflON. nese mothers o f families, and the lat all off. Before that time I didn't think ter certainly were a study. there was any danger at all.” Pupils from the Shanghai Girls' Q. Were the tow lines on the tug at school, tlie Chi Sue, Sung Char. Eliza the time? A. Yes. Q. The tow lines were on the tug at Yates, South Gtate Presbyterian and the time she listed? A. Yes, sir. she Bridgman Memorial schools and the had lines on both ends— two lines for Y. W. C. A. went through the regular ward and two lines aft. western gymnasium drills, exercises, Q. Were the lines taut? A. No. games and a variety o f dances, such Q. You had given the signal to go? as certainly no Chinese woman would A. No, sir. have dreamed o f a few years ago. All Q. Was the tug bolding the lines taut the while Misa Chun, a bundle o f con after the Eastland listed? A. No. Q. it was then that you said, ‘‘Open centrated energy, was skipping about the doors and let the people out!” Is tbe lawn, rapping out commands like a drill sergeant that right? A. Yes. Why, sbe just stepped back, took a ‘‘About 7:25 o'clock in the morning,” the captain continued, " I went down preliminary bop and landed on the from the bridge and rang up the tna top o f a table as easily as you like. rlne telephone. The Eastland Is a twin Tbe old fashioned mothers, just as the screw and double engine. I ordered fathers at tbe Olympic games, at first the crew to stand by because we were gazed expressionless, then smiled cyn loaded and ready to go and the crew ically, next very nearly approvingly, answered back promptly, ‘Stand by.' I and It was not very long before they gave the order to stand by and to be were applauding vociferously and evi dently quite converted. ready with the engines.” Tbe dancing was a treat. Evidently Q. Why did you give that order to be ready at the engines? A. T o leave the it appeals to the Chinese. The girls dock. It was pretty near time to go. went at It as though they thoroughly We had a tug from down here to tow enjoyed It. and, though most o f the us out. The harbor master was on tho movements were quite simple, yet the dock aDd asked me If I was ready. few that were Intricate were very well She listed more than I wanted her to— done. As Dr. Wn Ting Fang said: “ This Is more than I liked— and I hated to shout those words which I did because f the real young China W e have shown knew ! would create a panic even If I what our boys can do. Now we have was wrong. tbe glrla In band, and this is a good Q. What was the situation at the beginning.” time, captain? A. What do you mean! Q. What I mean is. was the situation GIRLS KILL RATTLERS. dangerous? A. W ell. sir. there was n< panic o f any kind. Q. A t that time tt • ship listed more? Spend Vacation Hunting on Lako Che- Ian and Fishing Aiks Mon. A. Well, she kept listing then. Wenatchee. Wash.— Ij’onr girls who Q. Why did j'ou think the.situation Notice to News Subscribers A blue ponoll oroao m ar| on «M o n o lle * m t a n i «hot your eu beorlp- tion « • Tho N a o a haa aaylrad and naada flaln g Do l( now. Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications. a* they cannot reach tho dlarused portion or Iho car. Thera la only olio way to cure drafiiraa. und that la by conatltinlon.il r medics. Doafncaa la cauacd by an Inflamed condi tion or tha muroua lining or Ilia Kuata- chlan Tub«. Whan thla tuba la infi imed you hava a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and when It la entirely cloaca. Ih-ufhesa la tha rcault. and unleaa tha In flammation can b« taken out and thla mbc rratorrd to Ita normal condition, hearing will bo destroyed forever; nlnn tas.a out of ten are cauacd by Catarrh, which 1» nothing but an tnl!am'-d condi tion or th«- mucous aurfscae. No. 5. 160 acres in Lincoln Co., 5 miles from railroad, on County r >nd. Small cabin und barn; 4 acres in cultivation and 60 more XV • a tll alva O a a I l i a * red H ollar« lo r any ra«a . . icauacd br . « u r r h ih a l.s n n .il I— -«red hr can In* cultivated. .‘150 3-year old U I - a .rn. l l « catarrh Cur- Sand fur rlrculara frua. M C1IBMEY. A CO. Toledo. Ohio, English walnut trees. Good spring gold by t*ru*ataU.TV l a « » 1 1 ».I a family ITlla fur coeauaauoe. that would furnishs fine w ater power. School j mile, 8 month term with contract for tw o more Post Office Time Card years. This will make an ideal Office heure : Deily, except Sun stock and dairy ranch and can l»e day, 8 a.m. lo 6.30 p.m. bought at a bargain. Terms. ft-tt A, M. Returning G irls ( \ W ILL A M IN A TO NEWPORT ANO RETURN $2.50 !! M r. H * m * S eek er C O M E TO F A L L S C ITY. O N E O O N 1 en d Buy O ro h e rd Lend I No. I 7 1-2 acres adjoining Kails City on County road. Com! 7-room house, city w ater; harn and chicken park; younR orchard in lou ring, small fruit. A ll fenced and 2$ acres in cultivation. No w asteland. Tim e on part. “ PANIC OiO IT,” HE DECLARES Sayi Katurday, Auguat 14, 11)15 tttr. FALLS CITY NEWS 4 No. 10- Six lots 50x150, three room house, hen house, some fruit and strawberries. Cash and terms No. 11. 130 acre ranch, 60 acres in cultivation, 25 in timber balance slashed. 12 acres in hops. G ooi house and hop house, barn and other outbuildings. INDIAN TRIBES OF NEW YORK FALL OFF Albany, N. Y. There are 600 fewer Indians on the reservations of New York state than ten years ago. But three tribes, the Onondagas, Tonawuudus and Tuscaroras. show any gain In numbers, according to the otllclal cen sus figures made public by Secretary of State Francis M. Hugo. The total number o f Indluus now living on the eight reservations Is 4,451 us compart'd with 5.000 In 1905. According to the federal enumeration o f 1910, the popu- latlon o f the Indian reservations was 5.720, but the figures Included whites and other persons as well as the red skins. Out o f the 4,451 now on the reserve lions 762 confess to being pagans, and 748 speak little or no English. in the eight reservations there are 87.67«! acres, of which the Indians are this summer cultivating 30,506, or an averaga o f 0.08 acres for each man. woman and child. The census figures reveal that tbe St. Regis. Onondagas and thp Tuscaroras are *he largest tillers o f the soil; the Allegany and the Cattaraugus Indians the least. At tbe Onondaga reservation 4,266 acres out of 7.300 are under cultivation: St. Regis: 10.638 out o f 14.030; Cat taraugus. 4,447 out o f 21,080; Allega ny, 3,858 out o f 30,469; Hhlnnecock, 71 out o f 400 acres; Tonawandas, 2,527 out o f 7,548; Tuscaroras, 4,749 out of 6.249. I’agnns are shown as follows: Onon daga. 113; Cattaraugus, 300; Allegany, 287; Shlnnecock. 5; 8t. Regis, 0; Tona- wanda, 57; Tuscarora, 0. The 748 found speaking little or no English are divided In the following manner: Onondagas, 34: 8 t Regis, 232: Cattaraugus. 86; Allegany, 101; 8hln necock, 0; Tonawandas, 239; Tusca roras, 56. t 1 lallte, 9:00 A M , 5.45 P. M. Portland dr Eugene trajn 101, 11:56 a. in. Black Bock, 1:80 P. M. Mail close* for: Seleni, 8.50 A.M., 1 P. M. and 5 P. M Italie*, 8:50 A. M. and 5 P. M. Eugene dr Portland train 162, I p. m. No. 9. 20 acres j miles from Black Bock, 11 A. M. town. Good 6-room house and S unday O nly outbuildings. 15 acres in cultiva Office houre: 9:30 to 10:80a.ui: tion; 1J acres in apples, 2J acres Mail arrives from Salem, 9:00 in peaches, cherries, pears and a. in. strawberries. Plenty o f wood for Portland dr Eugene train 101, fuel. left Wenatchee for a hunting and camping trip on Lake Chelan huve re turned, in the party were Miss Louise Wedcll and Miss Clare Turner o f W e natchee and Miss Luclle iteluns uud Miss Edna Leon of Spokane. They slept outdoors one night In a pine bough house they made themselves. While on the trip they caught sev eral big trout, kill»-* several rattle snakes and also shot a lynx. Miss Wedell und Miss Turner are both good marksmen and have hud similar experience In the Michigan north woods and In the Maine wood*. More Than 609 Fewer Than Ten Years Ago. Mail arrived, from Sith'in 9.00 a.tn., 5:15 p.m, No. 12. I I r>r) a. in. Mail elude* for Salem, 8:50 a. m. Eugene dc Portland train 102, I p. in. Effective May 13, 1945. I ua C. M k u r l i n o , Podtmabter Good houdo for i-ale in Kalla City, part time. Enquire at Nexve 17 acres, 10 in cuPiva- office. tion, 5 room house, barn and Correspondent* tv an ted in every chicken house. • T w o springs, neighborhood in this auction ot tlie w ater piped to house, hot and cold country. w ater and bath. 6 acres in young orchard. 2 acres big second grow th fir. Spring affords w ater sufficient to irrigate onehalf o f the land. This land lays just out | side o f the city limits o f Falls • City. A bargain. j No. 13. 12 acres 11 miles Irom town, all under fence and in culti vation; 8-room house and barn. This place can be sold one-third I cash, purchaser to assume mort gage now on the place. Can give you a bargain. j No. 14. 33J acres o f land, 21 acres plow land, 7 acres in timber balance pasture. 8-room house, woodshed, chicken house; 6 acres young orchard in bearing. Price | $4,300. W ill take one-half in Dal las or Salem residence property i j and give time on one-fourth. No. 15. Six-room house, wood j shed with about one acre land. Price $900, $!T00 cash, balance on time. North Main Street. One 8-room house with 5 lots. $1800; part time. Price For further information, call on or w rite to D. L. Wood, Falls City, Oreg. Get your butter wrappers print ed at the New* office. a Headache Nothing la Belter than Dr. Miles’ Anti-Pain Pills They Give Relief Without Bad After-Effects. " I can say that Dr. Miles' Rem edies hava been a godsend to me and my family. I need to have such terrible headachea I would al moat be wild for dnys at a time I begun using Dr. Miles’ Anti Pain rills and never hnva those hand aches any more. I ran apeak highly of Dr. Miles’ Nervine also for It cured one of my children of a terrible nervous disorder. 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