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THE FALLS CITY NEWS
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O rriC lA L DIRECTORY OF FAI LS CITY
Il J tirim i!. Mayor.
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H. C. Brown,
f . J. Bradley.
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E M cflierren. A u d ito r and P olice J iii I k
Walter I.. Too»e Jr., c it y A ttorney
f a t M urphy. M arshal a n d W aler Supt.
M. L. T hom p son. Treasurer
Dr. T. M H ellw arth H ealth OBlcer.
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S a tu rday , O ctober
Lebanon Farmer Meets Fatal Accident
in Own Home.
THE FALLS CITY NEWS,
Falls City, Oregon.
Lebanon. Or.. Oct. 4.—Peter
Moroitz. a farmer living a few
miles south of Lebanon, fell down
the stairs at his home yesterday
and dislocated his neck.
ably was a serious mistake. News-j they were to attend Sunday school
He died soon afterward.
paper men as a rule are very and look devout like John D. Jr.,
liberal in boosting any laudable they might get some recognition
SNOW COVERS BLACK HILLS
undertaking and often do so with- from the powers that be.
out money and without price. But
St Paul Also Has First Fall ot Present if they see that there is unjust
At the opening of the Interna
discrimination, as the Monitor evi- tional Farm Congress at Denver
Deadwood. S. D.. Oct. 4. -From dentally has reasons to believe ex-Governor Ammons opposed the
three to six inches of snow fell that there was in the case of the loan of $500,000.000 to foreign
throughout the Black Hills last county fair, they can be very vin countries declaring it could be
night, the first general fall of the dicative. Had the management used to a better advantage in de
of the fair said that they had but veloping western lands for the
St. Paul, Oct. 4.-T h e first snow a very small sum to spend for ad benefit of peaceful citizens.
of the season fell here tonight, the vertising, but would divide it up
light flurrv continuing only a few among the newspapers of the
The allies have failed to intimi
county, and thus showed that their date Bulgaria into joining them.
hearts were in the right place
even though their purse was. Minneapolis, Minn., st^ys w et
empty, we doubt not but every by 37,040 majority.
D E IA Y N O T E
newspaper in the county would
T O E N G I A N D have responded and given in re
ABANDONS HIS PARTY
Communication Regarding Interfer
Ei-Mayor Van Orsdel Refuses to Again
ences With Neutral Commerce
A great effort is being made to
Vote Democratic Ticket.
Awaits Consul's Report
suppress the "blatherskite who
Calling Mr. Nunn, who was
Washington, Oct. 5.—The Amer
ican note to Great Britain on inter
ferences with neutral commerce
may be further delayed until the
return of Consul General Skinner
from London. Mr. Skinner has
been summoned here for discuss
ion of the entire trade situation.
Secretary Lansing indicated to
day that there had been some con
fusion between the British view
point on statistics, and that held
in Washington, and that Mr. Skin
ner was being called home to clar
While the sending of the British
note is not directly dependent on
his return, state department offic
ials indicated that it was more
than likely that it would be held
until his arrival.
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Where you (tu gel » Shivr. Hair Cut. lath
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Agent tor Dallas Meant Laundry
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NEWS AND COMMENT
FALL DOWN STAIRS KILLS
jfa llôC ityflb o tc l
from the soapbox on the street passing his place of business, into
corner pours into the ears of his office the other day, ex-Mayor
eager listerners a doctrine par John G. Van < trsdel, in the pres
ticularly offensive to the political ence of that dyed-in-the-wool dem
leaders of both Democrat and Re ocrat, took a solemn oath that
publican parties. It is very true never again would be he guilty of
that these itinerant moulders of 1 casting his ballot for a democratic
public opinion have some very president of the United States.
visionary ideas, yet they are no Mr. Van Orsdel was an ardent
more damnable than that which is ; supporter of President Wilson,
often pitched from the rostrum' j and also voted for Bryan on divers
by chautauqua lecturers. About anth sundry occasions, hut he has
the only difference is, the soapbox ¡seen democratic mismanagement
orator is urged by wrongs, fancied aplenty during the present admin-
or real to bring about changes ! istration of governmental affairs
while the chautauqua lecturer is and purposes at the next election,
too often the tool of some political no matter who the republican nom
shysters whose only object is to inee may be, to aid by his vote in
keep in power that they may dic returning to power the party with
tate the policy of the government. an unimpeachable record.
These silk-hat gentry can say
Another Polk county democrat
things with impugnity that the who would desert his party were
street man would lie hanged for. Taft nominated, is Mr. Cass Riggs,
Its too bad that Polk county
ho i ■' ■ " at admirer <>i the’ex-
The miners and mine operators president, but if this is the only
can’t have a county fair with the
thrills thrown in. The exhibits in Arizona are having trouble and condition, there is slight hope of
are all right, but other attractions the militia has been ordered out to winning him into the republican
are sadly lacking. Very few peo protect the operators. It is ex- fold, for it is considered inadvis
ple from this section attended be i ceedingly strange that in all the able, for party success, to urge
cause it was not considered “ worth ! labor troubles that the miners are Mr. Taft to again become a candi
while." Then lots of people over always in the wrong. No one date.—Dallas Observer.
here did not know the fair was ever heard of the militia or United
going on —Independence Monitor. ; States troops being called out to TWO PRISONERS ESCAPE FROM JAIL
The Monitor evidentally is sore protect the miners against the
( From I »alias I te m lz e r )
over the fact that the management operators. It would seem that the
of the fair did not recognize any
“ When Sheiiff John W, Orr went
newspaper outside of Dallas in in a while at least. Truly, they to the county jail Monday morning,
giving out advertising. This prob- must be a savage lot. Perhaps if two of his boarders were missing.
M o N t’ MKNTH
G. L. H A W K I N S
M A R B L E AN
G R A N ITE
D a lla s , O rsgon
m m m «r
FI NEKAI I t lH K l T o H
I'he men hail evidentally escaped the
night before while the sheriff w u
locking the prisoners up. Owing to
the crowded condition of the jail, he
did not know of tin' departtin of
R. L CHAPMAN
the two men until morning.
W o a t la n ti l a a ll w e r k g r a a ip tly .
"All the prisoners are confined in
D a lla » a n d K a il. C ity . O r
the upper story of the jail, hut Hre
given the run of the corrider during
Hu daytime The door in the stair
way, an ordinary wooden one. was
kept closed, braced with a heavy
plank. When Mr. Orr went to the
jail about 7.30 Sunday evening to
lock the men in their cells, he found
everything apparently all right be
low. the stairway door was braced
and closed as usual and no one was
visible in the lower room. Going up
tairs where the prisoners were, he
missed l*eo MeGinnis and L. W. t ar
son and asked Harry Hunmcutt, an
© r e g o n
other p r i s o n e r , where they were.
Hunmcutt replied that the men were
C . W M a t th e w s , P ro p rieto r
in bed. As it was a common thing
to find some of the men in bed when
he locked them up, Mr. Orr thought
nothing of it anti locked the entire
tier of cells with the one lever.
“ But Humcutt lied. McGinnis and
Carson had worked the plank loose
and gained access to the lower floor.
Replacing the plank to avert suspi
cion. they secreted themselves in a
narrow place between the walls and
the city cells. From there it was an
easy matter to sneak out at the open
d o u r while the sheriff up 3 air.-.
“dome people, perhaps, will he in-1
dined th consider that Sheriff Orr
was somewhat careless in leaving
the lower door open while he was in
the jail. But later developements I
show that it was probably fortunate
for him, and the county ,too, that he
did so. Tuesday two large clubs
were found in the jail, which it is
evident the two prisoners intended
using on their jailer, if it had been
necessary, to effect their escape.
Had Mr. Orr locked the door behind
him, the two men below w o u l d
doubtless have beaten him insensible
or at least overpowered him, taken
his gun and keys and released the
other pi isuners.
••¡Sheriff Orr has sent descriptions
of th*' missing men to every sheriff
and police cmef in Oregon, Washing
ton ami California and confidently
expects to capture them. He offers
$25 reward for each of them.
"Carson is one ot the men indicted
for stealing hop sacks from a build
ing at West Salem. He is described
as 22 years old, weight 1K0; 5 feet 8
inches tall; dark compaction, heavy
black hair; tattoo marks all over
body, arms and hand*.
Home Made Candies
“ »McGinnis is charged with having
stolen a tent ffy of the value of $5.00
from a barn near Independence. His
age was about 32; weight 180 pounds
FALLS CITY PEOPLE HELPED
5 feet 0 inches tall; smooth shaven;
light complection; florid countenance
Falls City people have discover»
light hair very thin, bald in front; that ONE SPOONFUL of simp
features somewhat Irish.
“ Both men had signified their in buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc.,
tention of pleading guilty and would mixed in Adler-i-ka, relieves soi
have been up for sentence Monday stomach, gas and constipation A
morning, and doubtless would have ONCE. This remedy is well knov
received suspended sentences, as did as the appendicitis preventativ
two other prisoners, who made no
M. L. Thompson, druggist.
attempt to escape.”