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    VOL. XII
FALLS eiTY NEWS
KALLS CITY OREGON. SATURDAY. MAY 13. 191«
No. 38.
ment of debts, which Euro|>ean Pope Said To Have
threatened to collect by
In contracting the foreign |»olicy nations
blockade.
creditors get their
To the Editor:
Influenced Wilton
udvocated by ex-President Roose­ money and The
Santo
Domingo gets
Sherman «aid, "W ar ia Hell.” velt with that which has been fol­
more money out of its 45 per cent Effort« of Peintiff at Rome Largely
He waa mistaken. Wur ia worse lowed by President Wilson, many of
than hell. Hell is a place, where, udmirers of the latter say: "If the revenue than it formerly Instrumental in Securing Aoeept
after Judgement day, the wicked Roosevelt hud lieen President, he got out of 100 per cent. The re­ aneo of Qermany’e Submarine
are to tie punialaed according to would have got iih into war long public also retains the sacred right Pledge«.
what they deserve. Hut in war ago." They draw that conclusion of revolution, of which Mr. Wilson
the innocent are punished, and from his utterances as a private has deprived Haiti but which he Rome, May 9.- 'That Pope Ben­
the instigators of the bloody car­ citizen. We huve a better basis has scrupulously preserved for edict’s efforts were largely instru­
nage go unpunished. War will on which to found an opinion his Mexico at great coat of American mental in inducing President Wil­
never cease a« long as men are policy when in the White House, life and property. Mr. Wilson son to accept fiermany’s new
unregenerate, and the nations when he was actually res|saisible has gone far beyond Colonel Roose­ pledges regarding her submarine
glorify war by putting the laurel for the peace and safety of the velt, for he has killed many Hai­ warfare was learned by the In­
wreath on the brows of those who Nation. He did not get us into tians, taken the custom houses by ternational News Service today
send Bhot and shell crashing thro’ war throughout the seven and one- force, set up a stable government from a reliable Vatican source.
under American protectorate and
Rolled oats, per sack
the bodies of men.
half years he was President; he organized
a constabulary under The information declared the
Men are horrified at the disre­ made our territory and our inter­
Heavy shorts, per sack
ix>pe expressed a desire to the
gard of international law and' ests safe; he settled several dan­ American officers.
president through the papal dele­
Bran, per sack
treaty obligations by the beliger- gerous disputes amicably and In settling the Japanese school gate
at Washington, Monsignor
dispute,
Gikinel
Roosevelt
avoided
ont powers engaged in the present when he left the White House the
Wheat, per pound
no. — Portland Journal.
war. But the necessities of war relations of the United States what Mr. Hard calls "that porcu­ Boza
Admirers
of
Wilson
have
boast­
Sunshine Flour, per sack
recognize no law, either human or with other nations were better pine, the published diplomatic note, ed that nothing, political or other­
divine, as too sacred to break. It than they had been in many years, armed with a thousand quills and wise, could swerve him from his
Bluestem Flour, per sack
is utter folly for men to think that our influence in the world was everyone of them poisoned.” He duty to humanity, yet the above
Olympic Flour, per sack
men frenzied by the spirit and greater and his counsel was sought arranged matters personally, but is the most merciless arraingment
exigencies of war will respect law, by the nations of Europe in set­ "it began to be thought in Japan of his integrity that has yet been
White Mountain, per sack
justice, or humanity. War is en­ tling their quarrels. He was that the United States feared made. It was pretty generally
tirely outside of God’s purpose, awarded the Nobel peace prize Japan,” so he inspired respect for i agreed by W ilson adherents that
and is not amenable to any law or and 250 of the greatest men in our country by sending the battle the German not was evasive and
obligation.
France presented him with "a fleet on a friendly visit, with the insult to munition making peo­
Terrible as is the present war token of their recognition of the result that "the Americans were an
that the only honorable way Save Cash Register Coupons they represent
in ita destruction of human li£* persistent initiative he has taken delighted; the Japanese were more ple.
was to break diplomatic relations,
money.
and ita disregard of the restraints| toward gradually substituting delighted.”
i
It
however, that a little
of law and justice, yet this war is friendly and judicial for violent In the Fanama affair the alter­ hint seems,
from Rome and the scene
as nothing in comparison to the i methods in case of conflict be­ native to preventing the landing i changes,
as it did when a
significant and terrible things that tween nations.” How did he do of Colombian troops was landing hint from even
England
that to declare
American troops to keep transit
will immediately follow the pres­ it?
armed
merchantmen
to be war­
ent conflict. New and startling His methods are admirably de­ open. If the latter course had ships would very seriously
disturb
developments will come quickly. scribed by William Hard in an l>een adopted, there would have his Majesty’s plans to starve
the
Mon everywhere will be ready to article in the Metropolitan Maga­ lieen three armies on the isthmus ‘dutchmen;’ and a tip from the
condemn the old regime as a total zine. In the Alaska boundary dis­ —American, Colombian and Pana­ Mikado that a certain clause in
"Meeting and Beating Competition”.
failure, and unfit to rule humanity. pute he rejected arbitration lie- manian—and there would have the immigration bill was not pleas­
Remedies of all kinds will be sug­ cause it admitted of no comprom­ been much bloodshed, ending in ing in his sight and if it w as not
gested to avert future wars, and ise and because of “the fatal ten­ Panama as an American protecto­ changed
he, the
to usher in a reign of universal dency of arbitrators to compro­ rate. He says: “As things were, Mikado, was immediately
liable
to
become
very
it
became
so
without
any
blood­
and lasting peace. All kinds of mise,” to use John Hay’s phrase.
angry.
The
President
did
right
shed
at
all.”
GREAT SALE OF
extensive religious combinations He arranged settlement by a joint
the German note, but
will be effected in order to guide commission, equally divided be­ The fact is emphasized that in he accepting
have been influenced by
the ship of state over the turbu­ tween the United States and only once did Roosevelt send an his should
JEWELRY
own
conception
of right and
ultimatum.
That
was.
"Perdi-
lent political seas. Attempts will \ Great Britain, relying on one of
not through_any real or imaginary
lie made to have the voice of the the British commissioners, Lord caris alive or Raisuli dead.” Mr. influence
the Pope of Rome may
Having bought out the John G. Barr Jewelry Store we are
Hard
thus
tersely
tells
the
result;
church dictate legislation, and Chief Justice Alverstone, to seize
have
in
electing
the
next
president.
conducting
a great stock reducing saie before beginning extensive
“
It
was
sent
on
June
22.
On
June
have the civil officers submit to this “last chance for an honorable
improvements
in the store. We have made prices low enough to
27
Perdicaris,
released
by
Raisuli,
the decrees of the church, and and graceful retreat from an ab­
move
the
goods
quicklv. It will pay you to attend this sale.
cabled
his
thanks.”
regard its pronouncements as an solutely untenable ixcsition." He
MASONS BANQUET
equivalent to a "Thus saith the won, for Lord Alverstone voted The Roosevelt diplomacy yields The Masonic luilge ol this city
Prices Cut 25 to 5 0 Per Cent and More
Lord.*
with the three American commis­ no rights nor territory, commits entertained members, visiting bre­
$1 Smelling Salts Bottles.....................................
«Oc
They will demand righteousness sioners against his two Canadian no act of aggression, but, while thren and their families at their
$1
&
$2
Photograph
Frames
.
S 0 e
by law, God and Christianity leg colleagues, hut Britain won the firmly preserving our rights, it lodge rooms on Tuesday night.
$1
& $1.50 Nail Files............... 50c
ally recognized in the fundamen-, applause of the world and the inspires respect abroad. 'Thence The evening was spent in games,
9ut 9,lass
tumblers, each........... $3.25
75 c
tal law of the land, a standard of bonds of friendship between the comes good feeling, by which dancing and social chat. At 12:00
$5 £ Cut ** Glass
Sugar 'vater
and Creamer..........................
religion set up for all men by the two nations were drawn tighter. peace is maintained. We venture o’clock refreshments were served.
§ 1 Cut Glass Comport, elegantly carved........ $&50
o 1 ,Rht
clock- cathedral gong ................. * $4i25
state, and Sunday laws universal­ When Germany threatened tem- the assertion that, had Roosevelt The merits of Loganberry Juice
$10 Silver on nickle platter
q nn
ly enforced, irrespective of indi­ fiorary acquisition of pn island off diplomacy continued. Mexico would was tested and pronounced to be
#12
Cut
Glass
cake
plate...:.............................
$4 50
vidual faith or conscience in the the coast of Venezuela, Roosevelt have escaped five years of agony excellent. The evening was passed
HUNDREDS OF OTHER EQUALLY QOOD BARGAINS
matter. All these things will fol­ took "temporary” to mean "while and would not still have been in very pleasantly and profitably.
low in quick succession as propos­ time lasts,” as has been the ex- agony; the Lusitania would- not
ed remedies, and the authority of Iterience of China. He wrote no have been sunk, or would have
HARTMAN BROS. CO.
CARD OF THANKS.
the church will be exalted above notes, but in conversation with been the last ship sunk by a sub­ Wr desire
Successors to BARR’ S JEWELRY STORE.
thauk the friends
the state.
marine, and there would have and neighbors to who
the
German
Ambassador
he
said
State and Liberty Sts.
Salem, Oregon.
so
kindly
assis­
History repeats itself with un­ that, if Germany did not offer to been much less letter-writing be­ ted us during the illness and death
failing accuracy. When the Ro­
tween Washington and Berlin.— of our beloved son and irother,
within ten days, he Oregonian.
man government went to pieces arbitrate
send the fleet under Dewey
Walter Murphy. The kind acts The Seattle police raided some AFTER THE COUNTY COURT
after the days of Constantine, the to would
the
point
in
question.
Germany
and
deeds shown us during our' warehouses and drug stores and The Farmer's Union of SmitL
church took advantage of the sit­ not only yielded, but asked Roose­ TEACHERS AND NEWSPAPERS bereavement
are appreciated and secured $75,000 worth of liquor. ville are seeking to enjoin th
uation and placed herself in the velt to arbitrate. The Colonel
will
ever
be
remembered by the The execution of Irish rebel County Court from expending cei
forefront, making the civil officers wished to make The Hague trib­ A county superintendent in a
ily.
subservient to her decrees. Her unal a reality by putting it to neighboring county asked every fam
chiefs by England has’aroused lain large sums of money buildin
reign, which was at first wel­ work. He had given it its first teacher at the county institute M rs . J kmina M urphy and family . much indignation in Ireland. ;i bridge within the corporate lim
comed, proved to be the bane and case in settling the Pious Fund who took their local or county
John Dillon, one of the most re­ its of Independence and the bar
paper
to
hold
up
their
hands;
six
ULTIMATUM TO SPEEDERS
the wreck and ruin of civilization dispute with Mexico. He now
spected Nationalists attacked the surfacing of three miles of roa<
for centuries. No greater calam­ gave that tribunal its second by responded. The superintendent Oliver Chase, city marshal ol British government in a speech between one Joseph Hirschber
ity could befall our republic than inducing Germany and Venezuela expressed great surprise and Dallas has issued an ultimatum to in the house of commons the .and the city of Independence
said: "You don’t spend a dollar a speeding motorists that from this most caustic one heard since the They allege that said work is bein;
for it to repudiate its Constitution­ let it adjust their dispute.
year with those papers yet you
al guaranties of individual free­ to The
of Parnell. Many Liberal I done for Independence and two o
decision in that case con­ expect them to print free of lime on that all those coming days
dom in religious matters, and its
papers are urging the Irish fac­ three individuals at the expense
strict adherence to purely civil tained the seeds of future wars, charge notices of all institutes, within the “war zone" of Dallas tion
to seize this opportunity to Inf the taxpayers, and that it is un
functions. Unless our rulers main­ for the triubunal decided that the insert long programes, expect and do not observe the rules, but
settle
their long standing differ­ I necessary. It is expected that 1
tain an uncompromising loyalty to claims of the blockading powers them to advertise you, thus as­ cut around the corners like a Ger­
the fundamental principles upon against Venezuela should have
ences.
Premeir Asquith hasten­ beariug will be had at Dalis
torpedo after a fat unarmed ed to Dublin
which our government was found­ preference over those of powers sisting you to climb the ladder to man
to pacify the people. todav.
English merchantman, will be ar­
ed, a worse catastrophe will befall
better positions and better salar­ rested.
They have evidently read Elmer Lewis and wile were
our nation at the conclusion of the which did not participate in the ies without a cent in return.—
C. L. Hopkins has been having
present war than that which the blockade. His next act as pacifi­ Vega Sentinel.
Wilson’s multifarious notes to the down
from
Balderee’s
camp
Fri­
war itself will bring to the nations cator not only prevented European
his
walnut trees grafted by an ex­
various beligerent nations, and day.
of Europe. The losses of war are intervention in the Western Hem­
pert
from Yamhill county.
imagined that the marshal was Wyrnie Grier of balem was the
forgotten in a few days, but the isphere, but it removed occasion It is understood that the plainer ; just
bluffin’.
subjection of the civil power to
lias orders that will keep it busy
guest of Donald Hodges Saturday Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Grier of
the spiritual powers will inaugur­ for blockades. He did not. as did for
Salem with a party of friends came
about
a
week.
What
then
may
and
sutiday.
ate a train of evils which two mil­ the great pacifist, Wilson, in Hati. develcpe in the way of orders is Frank E, Meyer, Democratic
over
and spent the week-end at the
lenniums could not efface. Omens
candidate for assessor was in town Mrs. Ida Ford Halloek of Chic­ bungalow.
marines and shoot up Santo yet to be told.
of the coming storm and upheaval land
are clearly visible in the religious, Domingo. He persuaded the gov­ The heavy Irost Wednesday Friday. A Democratic candidate ago who has been visiting at the Parent-Teacher meeting next Tues­
in Falls City is a curio. Polk Titus home left Friday afternoon
ernment of that country to hand
political and social worlds.
over the custom houses to civil of­ night caused considerable damage county is not particularly adapted for Portland where she will visit day evening. Will be glad to see
Very sincerely yours.
Elder of the Seventh-day ficials of the United States for col­ to the fruit and gardens in the to the rearing of Democrats. They relatives a few days before return­ many parents present.
M rs . C. L. H o pkins , Pres,
require a warm dry climate.
ing to her home.
lection of revenue and for pay- ( Valley.
Adventist church.
After The War. What?
THfc ROOSEVELT DIPLOMACY.
NEW PRICES
Flour and Feed
Selig’s Cash Price Store,