Falls City news. (Falls City, Or.) 190?-19??, October 30, 1915, Image 1

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FÄLL
ITY NEWS
No. 9
FALLS CITY OKEOON, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30. 1915
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The terms o f three councilmen
expires with December 31. They
are: K. A. Titu^ H. C. Brown and
w e cam
yo u
! Phillip (Jottfreid.
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The people should get busy and
see that the places are filled with
Told by Eichanges, Reporters and Cleaned Front gixxl men who will vork to the in­
terest of the city. The finances
Other Reliable Sources.
of the city at this time are what
might be termed "precarious” and
into exultations over even such a it will require judicious handling
substantial improvement as the to get through.
I present one seems to be
"W hile the situation certainly
looks brighter than it did six
LOST GIRL CRAWLS MILES.
! months a g o ," says W. B. Mack-
Mills A rt Shipping; Surplus Matsrlal ay, "it isn’ t near where it ought T h ro w n by R u n a w a y , S h a la Loft C rtp -
plsd In Daaart.
[ to be yet. The new orders are
to East and Middle West and
Nt-cUlea, Cal — Loat lu tbe desert,
small and scattering. The big forced lo crawl for mile* on her bauda
Getting Ready to Resume
buyers are not back in the mar­ and kueea during the night and Dually
Operations
rescued by u rnllroad engineer as she
ket.
th
e
*■>' unconscious ou the tracks, were
"But it is apparent that
tiiu adventure# that befell Miss I-oulse
"Lumber business in Portland lumber men depend largely upon M. I‘parson, twenty-two. o f Oakland.
and vicinity is beginning to im­ the "small and scattering” orders In (he Mohave desert
Miss Pearson left Ludlow on horse­
prove.
for the maintenance o f their in­
back to locate a mine In Old Dad
"In fact it has been improving dustry in the future. They real­ mount,-tlm. Ten miles out ber horse
for the last few weeks.
ize that the railroads, as pur­ threw her. Her ankle wus so severely
WE CAN SUIT you WITH SHOES BECAUSE
"Lumbermen, bankers a n d chasers of the immense quanti­ sprained she could not walk, and tbe
horse, carrying food supplies, raced
railroad officials, who are accus­ ties that characterized their ac­
WE CARRY THE RIGHT STYLES.
OUR SHOES
away.
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tomed to deal with lumber, antic­ tivities a decade ago. are per­
FEEL GOOD. TOO. WHY? BECAUSE WE BUY
ipate a steady and continued im­ manently out o f the market.
SLIM LASTS FOR SLIM FEET AND BROAD. COM­
provement until the trade reaches
"But the lumber manufacture
its normal twsis.
They don’ t era have taken council together
FORTABLE LASTS FOR BROAD FEET. OUR SHOES
look for a boom until after the and have come to the conclusion
WEAR.
war. and are not certain about a that their future prosperity de­
boom even then.
pends largely upon their ability
SO 0 0 OUR HOSE WEAR. BUY THEM. TRY
"The increased demand for to sell their products in small
THEM. AND YOU’LL COME AGAIN FOR THEM.
lumber is due principally to retail quantities.
orders in the Middle West. No
E. A. Sterling, manager o f the
decided improvement has been, trade extension department o f !
noticed in the local or in the the Lumber Manufacturers’ As­
Washington.—The deportment o f ag
California demands.
sociation, when he was in Port­ riculture has inaugurated a vigorous
"T he export movement, on ac­ land a short time ago. pointed campaign for the protection of game
the federal law and is aiding the |
count of the war, is far below out that through their lack o f a g -' under
various states In carrying out their .
normal.
gressiveness the lumber men j statutes.
More than 240 new game laws were
"Hut in spite of adverse con- have lost to the steel and the con­
enacted during 1015—a larger number
dititions locally and in the for­ crete manufacturers it field of than in any previous year except 1011.
F A L L S C IT Y D E P A R T M E N T S T O R E
eign trade the lumber men art; trade that legitimately belongs forty-three states held regular legls- j
lutlve sessions, uud in all of these!
experiencing a pronounced im­ to the lumber industry.
states except Arizona. Georgia and Ne­
provident in their business on
braska some changes vverp ramie in the |
Smailor Business Is Promising.
NEW R A T E IS DEFENDED
account of Eastern demands for
protecting game. Tbe largest DR. AK ED OFFERS
He pointed out that for m inor’ statutes
number o f new game laws |Hissed In ]
their products.
purposes, such as the construc­ any one state w iis sixty-one. In North j
W AY TO END WAR
Logs are Ordorcti
tion o f silos and garages, for in­ Carolina, but in California. Connecti­
McMinnville Commercial Club Indorse
“ Logging operators, who have stance. lumber can be used at a cut. Maine. New Jersey. Oregon. Penn | PASTOR SAYS AMERICA SHOULD
Southern Pacific New Rate
sylvan In and Wisconsin tbe number
been unable to move their logs decided advantage over concrete. reuebod ten or more. Several measures
WITHDRAW SUPPORT.
for more than a year, in the last
'"A n d it is this class o f busi­ were vetoed. Including a general game
"McMinnville, Oreg. Oct., 2 6 .-
In Idaho, the first bill appropriating
few weeks have found them­ ness that is forming the bulk of bill
tbe hunting license fund in Pennsylva­ Toast, ‘My Country. Right or Wrong' The freight rate fight has aroused
selves confronted with orders the present demand. Farmers nia. a bill protecting bears in Califor­
Denounced as Mistaken Interpre­
the business men of McMinnville,
from mills and manufacturers.
in the Middle West have had a nia and three sections o f the game hill
tation
of
Patriotism.
and at a meeting held today by
state.
"Mills that have been idle or prosperous year and are coming in A Washington
number of bills were Introduced
the Commercial Club a strong res­
running on part time now are be­ into the market for building ma­ for tbe purpose of barmoulzing the
New Haven, Conn.—Rev. Char­ olution was adopted urging that
state laws on migratory birds with
ginning, to ship some o f their terial.
les F. Aked, o f San Francisco, in the present plan of the Southern
the federal regulations
In at least
susilus material and are getting
"Mills in various parts of the nine states changes were made which an address on “ An International
Pacific establishing a new rate for
ready to increase their working Portland district are expecting brought the seasons iuto substantial Conscience,” before the National
the Willamette lumber mills to
agreement — namely. California. Con
forces if the market activity con­ much activity this Winter.
Councilof Congregational Churches California points be sustained. A
nectlcut. Maine. Michigan. New Hamp­
"The Shevlin-Hixon Company, shire. Tennessee and West Virginia. denounced as base and disastrous,
tinues.
committee composed of George S.
"The activity among the log­ w hich is building a big plant at In Illinois the seasons for all migra­ immoral through and through, the
Sardam, E. C. Apperson and W.
ging plants has been reflected in Bend, expects to be ready for tory birds except coot and waterfowl sentiment contained in the toast.
J. Liljeqvist will lay the matter
and In Washington for the smaller
the banks of Portland, where the operation by the first o f the year shore birds were made to conform with "Our Country, Right or Wrong.”
before the Interstate Commerce
hulk of the -lumber business of and will begin shipping to Min­ the regulations under the federal law.
He urged that an international Commission within a few days
Uniformity was also secured by pro­
the Northwest Is financed.
neapolis, Chicago and other Eas­
visions in the laws o f Connecticut. conscience, backed by a league of and set forth the views of the
"Within the last six w eeks." tern destinations.
Maine. New Mexico. North Dakota. the neutral nations, with the Uni­ McMinnville
citizens, business
said a cashier of a big Portland
"The Brooks-Seanlon Company Washington and Wisconsin, prohibit­ ted States at its head, could put
men,
and,
in
particular
the posi­
bank yesterday, "w e have been also is rushing work on its new ing hunting between sunset and sun­ an end to “ this devil’s work” in
tion of the Commercial Club.
rise. On the other hand. Delaware
called on to handle a large volume mill at Bend and as soon as it is adopted a resolution opposing tbe mi­ two short months by refusing all
"The rate question was thor­
of logging paper. Previous to finished will begin turning out gratory bird law, and Ohio and Rhode intercourse with every one of the
oughly
discussed in todays meet­
Island., which Had harmonized tbelr
that time we didn’ t see any log­ lumber.
warring nations.
ing, which was presided over by
seasons In 1014. changed the seasona
ging p a p e r for months and
"Before the masses o f Europe Vice-President G. W. Evans.
on waterfowl this year.
It
months. It shows that the mills
As n result of the decision of the can shake from their limbs the
was
argued
that
the
rate
that
re­
supreme court of the United States on
CITY ELECTION WILL
need more logs.
chains o f military despotism,” said cently went into effect was the
Jan. lit. 1914. sustaining the alien
Lumbar Movai last.
hunting
law
o
f
Pennsylvania,
legisla­
COM E IN DECEM OER tion prohibiting aliens from bunting or Dr. Aked, "they must first eman­ most important matter for Willam­
"W e have noticed for quite a
cipate themselves from the impal­
owning shotguns or rifles was enacted pable and monstrous tyranny of a ette Valley mills since seven years
while that the mills are shipping
ago, when change in freight rates
In nt least four states—Massachusetts.
more lumber to their Eastern and Amendment to Charter Responsible New Jersey. North Dakota and West superstition which masquerades
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deflected the lumber business of
Middle Western customers- The
Virginia—but certain exceptions based as patriotism. We, ourselves, in
Fo r Two Eleotions In One Year
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the
Valley out o f certain channels.
this
land
of
the
free,
are
not
less
on property qualifications were made
business has increased substan­
superstitious slaves.
Three Alderman to Elect
"One speaker declared that it
in Massachusetts and New Jersey.
tially within the last six weeks.
“ To this day we dgink the means life or death for the Wil­
"Portland lumbermen are not
shameful toast. 'Our country in
O w l C a u se s A u to Sm ash .
lamette Valley lumber industry to
Peru. Ind.—Mnrlon Dtllmnn took a her intercourse with foreign na­
There will be a city election held
inclined to be too optimistic, how­
party o f friends nutomoblling. and tions—may she be always in the maintain the present freight rates
ever. over the apparent improve­ here the first Monday in Decem­ when near Chill an owl struck him in
right, but our country, right or ' to California points, and that this
ment in their business. The lum­ ber to elect three councilmen. the face. Dtllmnn let go of the steer wrong.’
I rate has been attacked by certain
I lumber interests of Portland.
ber industry has been stagnant Last spring an amendment chang­ Ing wheel, and the car ran down an
"Such
sentiment
is
base
in
its
embankment and against u fen -e Noil-
“ Other meetings are rumored
ed
the
date
of
the
election
from
so long and has been treated
o f the occupants was hurt. I>"! P I conception and disastrous in its re­
as likely within a few days in
sults.
It
is
immoral
through
and
the
first
Monday
in
April
to
the
man's
fans
was
scratched
by
the
c
'
with false hopes of revival so
other Valley cities.”
through.
claws.
otten that they are not to be led first Monday in December.
VOL. XII
HAPPENINGS OF THE WEEK
su n r
W IT H SHOES
A N D HOSE
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LUMBER TRADE
IS IMPROVING
•m
OVER 240 NEW GAME
LAWS ENACTED BY U.S.
Agricultural Department Press­
es Campaign of Protection.
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