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Haturday, December II, Hilft
THE FALLS OITT HEWS.
Œ h r J F a l l t ì (Ü itu N
harmony and co-operat ion. Set- ted with Brief upop receipt of an
r --------------------------------- tie your differences out of court, official communication announc- P LA N H O LID A Y FO R A P R IL 30.
beinB willing to “ bear and for inn the fact that her brother, Would C om m em orate Inauguration of
W ashington m Proaulont.
bear” work in« for the greatest Joseph Eli Jollicouer, had joined 0
Now York. Olio of tho la»t thin«*
D. L WOOD & SON,
good for the greatest number. 1 the U. S. Marine Corps and had ilouo by itio lute co n stitu tio n al couvvn-
With such a spit it Falls City will named her as next of kin to be do« wna the ap p ro v al o f u nu m b er of
Efttorvd as «»*cond-ci«sg mall at tb« po#toffi<v i
focommciulHilouM fo r tlu< cnaci incut of
at Falla City. I’“lb C V U tf. Ore*«*, amler tbe I soon take her rightful place as notified in case ot death.
Act of CongrrM of March 1 1 SI 9
I one of the most progressive
“ If my brother is a corps, of uttmauivs by tho leg islatu re, uutl on»
Telephone News Office, S3.
l towns on this coast.
what did he die?’’, she wrote to of th e thing» ap p ro v ed tv«» th o euggee-
Captain H. T. Swain in charge of llon th a t A pril SO be m ade u legal hol
S u bscription R u t» : ( 'n » n « r . SI.00; >tx m o n th s
lu com m em oration of (lie luuiigu-
SO n o t i . three month«. 2 5 conta: «insle copy. S eta.
the local recruiting station of the iday
ration of G eorge W ashington as lirst
A J v e rtU in * K »tc»: D u p la y , I J 0 * n U » n in c h
LOST HER CITIZENSHIP United States Matine Corps, who p resid en t o f tbo U nited S tall s iiu April
B u sin e ss Notice«. % r e n t* * l i n e ; F o r Sale. K en t.
Dec. 6 Mrs. had enlisted the man and was M, D elegate
E x c h a n g e . W an t s n d P ay K n te ru tln m e n t No
P eter D onovan, one of th e
tic e * . 5 cU . • lin e . C a rd o t T h a n k « S O c ts: le g » Gordon Mackenzie, wife of the
1 mem ber» rep resen tin g tho T w en ty first
N otice«. leg»l r»te».
The recruiting officer, by re sen ate d ls trte t In tho tlro u x . »uhm ltled A dvisary C om m ittss of U nivsrslty
well known San Francisco singer
C opy lo r new * ds. » n d c h a n g e « s h o u ld be «ent
mail, bade the sorrowing the proposition, doing ho on the has!» P resid en ti Urge» C ontinuation «f
and club man, may not vote at
to T h e News n o t Ix te r th » n W ed n e sd ay .
a le tte r w ritten him by tieorgo J .
mourning, and assur | of
Work on Q roadar Lines te Inerease
C lark, a Journalist, w ho urged th a t
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY OF FALLS CITY
The supreme court of the Uni ed her that the "corps" to which Just a» Ju ly 4 wus th e holiday of thè S tudant E nrollm snt — Eapoots
Mora Cam pa N est Yaar.
A m erican Independence and D ecora
H . J . G riffin. M ayor.
ted States today decided she was her brother had lately attached tion
R M. W o n d erly , C o u n c llm a n - a t-t-a rf e
day w us tho a n n iv e rsa ry of th e
New York T he advU ory cuiiim lttee
not an American citizen having
P h il lip U o ttire id
saving o f tho U nlou. so A pril SB) should
if un iv ersity preshleuta foriued to a»
H 0 B row n,
lie eom m em oratlr e of n ational unity.
C. J. B ra d le y ,
W hen (he s tn te leg islatu re m eets lu d sl lu th è w ork of building up u ita-
she married Mackenzie. The
t . G. S in g le to n .
Ja u u a ry oue o f th e tw o lirim x se n tionnl roteivi* ro rp .» uuiong college B lu
C . L. H o p k in s ,
Scotch singer was never natur
ators, e ith e r S e n ato r Ja m e s A H am - leni» miopie*) u report recouiiuendtiig
R. A. Titus.
alized and is still a subject of
j llton o r S e u ato r Jo h n J D unnlgan, lu tlint thè benda of ull college» of thè
C. E. M cP h erre n . A u d ito r a n d P o lice J u d g
the u p p er house und A ssem blym an
W a lte r L. Tooae J r.. C ity A tto rn e y .
ouutry eucourngc lite ni udente t u Joln
BUT ONCE A YEAR
P a t M u rp h y , M arsh a l a n d W a te r S u p t.
t'e rtig lit th e low er, wilt Introduce tho thè su m m er uillltnry train in g catups
Mrs Mackenzie started the suit
M. L. T h o m p so n . T r e a s u re r
cstabllshcd by thè goverum eut for tho
D r. F. M H e llw a rth , H e a lth O fficer.
which ended in Washington Mon Do not forget your confectionery
purposc of etreugthenliig thè c N tu p N lg n
T h e C o u n c il tu e e ts in re g u la r sessio n o n th e first day when she was refused the supplies without which the best
for u alh iial prepuredness. Tho cotn-
SQ U A SH ES FROM ASH P IL E . m itico, besldes pnssing lite rosolili luti
M onday n ig h t of e ac h m o n th , a t 7 30 o 'c lo c k , in
right to register by Registrar
th e office of th e F a lls C ity N ews.
al a le cut m eeting bete, ulso Im kSsed
WONDERLY’ S C 0 N F T Y . STORE. Seeds D ro p p e d A im ls s s ly , R e c e iv in g N o th è work llm t Ini» been dono ut thè
S a t u r d a y , D e c e m b e r 11, 1915
u illllar) ratu|i» am i latti iqieclal ent-
The decision in the Mackenzie
F ranklin. 1ml
As u resu lt of p la n t pillisi.» ou th è educational vulue of thè
case is far reaching in that it
ing fo u r sq u ash seeds In a u asli pile training.
NEWS AND COMMENT
early lu th e su m m er II. C. H offm an
establishes a legal precedent
Jo h n G. lllb b en , prenldeut of l'rlnce-
g ath ered m ore Ilian sixty larg e sq u a s h tou university, s u i d ia Irma ii a t thè
under a condition created by
Notice is hereby given that es
from the vines T he squashes have m eeting Tw e ndditlntiul m e u ib e n were
REQUISITES FOR A GOOD TOWN woman suffrage that will guide the County Superintendent of
a ttra c te d the atte n tio n o f h alf th e peo
Good schools and good churches the courts of the country in the Polk County, Oregon, will hold the ple here, ns Mr. H offm an lives only
o square« from th e court house.
regular examinations of applicants tw ’The
are the leading features set forth future.
see«'», th ro w n carelessly on th«>
for State Certificates at Dallas, as ash pile oml receiving no a tte n tio n
to prospective buyers in any com
w hatever, ex cep t an occasional puu of
munity. These are very essen RECENTLY STANDARDIZEDSCHOOLS follows:
d ish w ater, grew so rapidly th a t they
tial and should never be neglect
Fhe Harmony School. Dist. No. ember 15 1915> at 9
a m > soon left his y ard , en tered th e n eigh
ed, yet to the ordinary “ trans
bors' y a rd a n d then clim bed a w lro
and continuing until Saturday, 18, fence an d covered It a h a lf block from
gressor" there are other matters
th eir p lan tin g place.
that are equally important, good with Miss Jessie Simkins a s ! 1915, at 4 o’clock p. m.
Mr. H offm an delivered to all uelgh-
sidewalks and good streets. Ar teacher and the following school
hors w here bis vlues bad tresp assed a
large squash. M ost o f th e squ ash es
riving in town, the stranger’s at
Writing, U. S. History.
w ere m ore th a n th re e feet loug and of
tention is first called to the con R. O. Boyer, Lynn Jones. Clerk;
dition of the sidewalks, and then
he will take notice of the con
dition of the streets and from was standardized Nov. 23rd, withjtions. Methods in Reading, Meth
this first impression his opinion Miss Mable Wallace as teacher! ods in Arithmetic.
of the town and its citizens be and the following school board:
Directors:—James Patterson. Ir Arithmetic, History of Educa
gins to form.
Through the untiring efforts of vin Hussey, James Wooden. tion, Psychology, Methods in Geo-
the city council during the past Clerk:—A. G. Tharp.
few years Falls City has some
fine streets and reasonably good 40, was standardized Nov. 26th,
sidewalks. There has been con with Mrs. Esther Clark as teacher Literature, Physics, Methods in
P h o to b y A m e r ic a n l'n - s s A s s o c ia tio n .
siderable opposition on account and the following school board: Language, Thesis for Primary
JOHN U. UIBUKN.
New York.—C hildren
of cost, yet we are inclined to Directors: Gus S. Lake, L. E. Certificate, Science of Education. y ears old w ho a re burn In th is oily of e lc lisl to th e com m ittee. H arry A.
believe that the most energetic Bradford, Henry Neiger. Clerk:
native p a re n ts die inure quickly th a n G arfield, p resid en t oY W illiam s college,
children w hose pa re n ts nru foreigners, ami A. I ’. H um phreys, presldeut of
kickers would ponder a long time J. H. Wright.
The Lincoln School was pre-
Theory and Practice, Orthogra according to figures for 1014 m ade pub Stevens institute. Among those pres
before they would wish to see
by tho health d ep artm en t.
nt w ere l ’resldiuit lle u ry 8. D rinker
Physical Geography, English T lic h e recently
Falls City go back to muddy
com pilation, w hich w as m ade u n of l.cblgh. P resid en t II. A. G arfield of
streets as in former days. If we Parsons at a meeting of the Literature, Chemistry, History of d e r th e direction of Dr. VVUIluin II. \Yllliuius, C hancellor J. II. K irkland of
G ullfoy, re g istra r of records. h I i o w s \ underbill un iv ersity and B rigadier
are not misinformed the highest Parent-Teachers’ Association on Education,
th a t out o f every l,Out) children of n a G eneral K. W. Nichols, suiierlntem lent
rate of assessment for street im
tiv e w hite p are n ta g e fo rty -fo u r boys of the V irginia M illtury institute.
provement is 65c per foot. Thus point School, which was stand School Law, Geology, Algebra, and thirty-five girls do uot reach th eir M ajor G eneral L eonard Wood, rep re
year, w h ereas ou th e sam e basis senting th e governm ent, w as also there
if a man owns a lot with a front ardized some time ago, received Civil Government, Childhood and fifth
th irty -n in e boys und th irty tw o girls In b ear (lie opinions of th e com m ittee
age of 100 feet he would be re
w ho a re th e offspring o f foreig n ers d ie and niahe recom m endations to W ush
in early childhood.
quired to pay 165 and if he so de H. C.-Seymour, on Friday, Dec.
T h e Infunt m ortality figures for the
O th ers w ho a re m em bers of (lie com
sired he could pay it in ten in 3rd at a meeting of the Parent-
Geometry, Botany, School Ad n ativ e population a re sw elled to a mil lee hut w ere unable to a tten d the
stalments of $6 50 per year with
g re a te r disproportion w hen th e rec m eeting a re P resid en ts A. L aw rence
ords fo r negro children urc considered. Loweii ot Harvard) Arthur T. Hadley
A mong th is class 112 m ale babies aud of Yale, 11. It. H ue bins of the U niver
A LIVELY "CORPSE”
There are others who aver that
General History, Bookkeeping, n lnet^-9»e fem ale die out of every sity of M ichigan. G eorge H. Denny of
A dded to th e sta tistic s for th e U niversity of A labam a, B enjam in
the work was not done according
Portland, Oregon:—Never hav- Methods.
w hites, th ese figures give au averag e Ide W heeler of the U niversity of C ali
to contract and base their refusal ing used the final “e in her own
Very truly yours,
of seventy-eight boys aud stxly-ilvo fornia, J. G. S ehurinnn of C ornell and
to pay on that ground. It is spelling of the word "corpse,"
H. C. Seymour,
E dm und .1. Ja m e s of th e U niversity of
probable that in some cases the Mrs. Marceline Germain of Don- Superintendent of Public In In the opinion o f Dr. C harles F. Bol- Illinois and Dr. Jo h n H. Finley, com
d uan. d irecto r of th e b u reau <«f public m lssloner of education of New York.
contract was not lived up to, yet ‘ aldson, Michigan, was prostra- struction, Polk County, Ore.
beulth education, th e foreign m other
T he m em hers o f th e com m ittee ills
there has been some benefit de- !
is m ore opt to rem ain a t home and cussed inform ally th e lienetlts w hich
rived and certainly the owners)
look a f te r h e r child th a n th e n ativ e have uccrued from the g overnm ent's
m other, w ho is called uw uy by u g re a t m ilitary cam ps and urged the contlnua-
could not expect to be relieved
er n u m b er o f social d uties. A lthough thui of the work on bro ad er lines to In-
from paying anything on that
th e n a tiv e m o th er can read m agazines ercahc the stu d e n t enrollm ent. As a
ground. The very best that they
w hich tr e a t o f th e proper upbringing result It Is expected th a t the govern
o f c h ild re n * ^ !'- B olduan pointed out m ent will establish m ore of these train
could reasonably expect would he
th u t th e h ealth au th o ritie s couie Into Ing tu m p s next yenr for stu d e n ts nud
a slight reduction commensurate
m ore personal c o n tac t w ith th e for business men.
with the difference that might
eign m others.
T he com m ittee w as form ed three
T h e m o rtality am ong n ativ e w hite y ears ago a t the suggestion of M ajor
be determined. At any rate the
children, a rra n g e d according to the G eneral Wood, who asked th e heads of
contractor has been paid and re
b irth p lace o f th e m other, gave th e fol various In - 1 It lit ions to uld In the devel
leased from further obligation
low ing re su lts: N ativ e m others. 20 per opm ent of the su m m er train in g cam ps
1,000; E nglish, 20; G erm an und Austro- o f college stu d en ts.
and the city is held for the
HE holidays will soon be
H u n g arian . 20; Sw edish, 22; K usslan
T he first cam ps w ere established In
amount. If the individuals can
here. The time of hap
an d Polish. 20; Irish, 32; Italian. 33 the su m m er of 1!>I3 nt G etty sb u rg aud
not be made to pay the bill, then
and F rench, 30.
a t the Presidio. T he course of In siru c
piness and cheer. Your friends
A m ong th e babes of negro parents tion lasted five weeks. T here w ere 300
the taxpayers must foot the bill.
the only diseuse group th a t a p p ro x i stu d en ts lu atten d an ce. In 1314 cam ps
In the cases under execution
m ated th e figures fo r w hite n ativ e chil w ere established a t B urlington, Vt.;
which wifi be sold next Tuesday
dren w us th a t of th e contagious d is Asheville, N. C., nud L udlngton, Mich.
sister or brother.
unless redeemed before, the ex
eases. All th e ir cau ses of d eath , espe
SUMMER T R A M
p u ib
p h y s ic ia n
F. M . HELLWARTH
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Otite« one door nasi ni P. O.
nato# «mi „ I
MssldeM» ‘ nono 3 o n
Sollega Heads Urge Students
to Attend Them.
l'H IB O IH A lTIC
DR. W. L. Holloway
INTEREST RAPIDLY 6R0WIN6
MONCAY. W E I'N M IIA Y a m i FBID A Y
Allarm im i« kerb Week.
» u e in e o ö ( l a t t o
S am ple Reame
Beet A e e a m m e d a tle n e
F . D ro o p o , F ro p rlo to r
11.\U i.K H SUOI*«
Bohle's Barber Shops
F a lla C ity , O re g o n '
Where yea tea get • thitre, Islr Cel, leih
Alesi for la l lu Mesta Lssslry
Hu nu l«» forwftrtlvci T ud »«U> ttvBiilitg
M O N I’ MKNTM
G. L. H A W K I N S
Low Holiday Fares
Are available for the holidays.
On sale between all Southern
Pacific stations in Oregon
Dec. 17, 18, 22. 23. 24, 25. 31
and Jan. 1. Return limit Jan.
4. From Oregon to California
points on sale Dec. 23, 24, 25,
30, 31, Jan. 1st. Return limit
Ask the local agent for fares, train service
and other information, or write
S O U T H E R N PACIFIC
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent, Portland, Oregon.
MARBLE AND G RAN ITE
M ONUM ENTS
F U N K K A I. P 1 H K C TO H
R. L CHAPMAN
Funeral D irtelo»
Wa attend la all warb promptly.
D a llo» ami F a lb C ity, O r
O re g o n
W . M a t t h s we, Pr op ri oter
penses already aggregate $5 on
each parcel of land and if the
sale is pulled off, the costs will
run up to about $5 more.
Some feel agrieved at the city
council and city attorney for
bringing these actions, but there
was no other course. Former
councils have been too lenient in
the collection of these assess
ments and in so doing have al
lowed trouble to pile up.
It is not the added expense
alone that is to be deplored, but
the necessity cf such proceedings
always engenders illfeeling and
discord which are destructive to
the growth and prosperity of a
town. In the making of a good
town there must be a spirit of
Figures Show More Deaths
Among Native Population.
T he num ber of stu d e n ts in ten d in g
cially th e resp irato ry , tu b ercu lo u s an d Jum ped to 700. T his y ear m ore th an
congenital, eVhlhlted a m o rtality much 1,000 w ere enrolled, nnd nn additional
higher th a n am ong the w hites.
cam p w us oik-ned a t P lattsb u rg .
“ W e regard this m ovem ent us In no
way m ilitaristic,” said n m em ber of
P IO N EER IN N E E D .
th e com m ittee. " I ts object Is to tra in
s tu d e n ts o f our colleges and th e re
Discoverer of Finlayson Rivor File« A p
fore serv e a useful purpose to the
plication For Pension.
country. T he education w hich the stu
S eattle.—Jo h n Finlayson, aged 103,
d en ts receive u n d er officers of I lie arm y
d iscoverer o f F inlayson riv e r aud F in
Is of th e g re a te st value to them and to
layson lake, In Yukon te rrito ry , has the nation, and we feel th at th e sum
applied to th e board of tru ste e s o f the iner on tups a re agencies for good which
P ioneers’ hom e a t S itk a, A laska, fo r a th e univ ersities should do th e ir utm ost
pension u n d er th e A laska te rrito ria l to encourage.”
law providing fo r aged pioneers.
F inlayson prospected nud m ined gold
B u ilt W a ll at E ig h t y -f o u r .
In C alifornia an d O regon until lie w as
C en tralis, K a n .—If a m an Is ns o|«l
slxty-slx y e a rs old, th en w ent to B rit
is he feels Kll A very m ust lie about
ish C olum bia and Yukou te rrito ry and
forty y ears younger th an th e elgbty-
explored large a re a s Into w hich w hite
four y ears the fam ily Bible snys he Is.
men had n ever p en etrated .
He has built n cem ent retain in g wall
H e retire d w ith w h at he supposed
rlg h ty feet long and four feet high
would be enough m oney to c a re for
around I i I h residence property a t Goff,
him all his life, but had not expected
m ixing the concrete anil doing nil the
to a tta in such a g re a t age, sn d th e
work him self.
y ears have now ex h a u ste d his hggrd.
W ill b» s i ralla C ity Hotel
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