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Earl Kitchener Goes
Down With Ship.
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M i m i i
TORNADO IN ARKANSAS TAKTS
DEATH TOIL Of FIÍIY-NINE
L ittle Hock, Ark.— Fifty-nine per
sona are reported killetl and inure than
100 injuretl in a go rice o f tornatioea
, which swept Arkansas Monday after-
i noon. AM mean» o f communication
are crippled ami it is feared the Mat of
| dead and injured w ill be greatly in-
creased by later reports.
A t least four persons
and half a doien others were injuretl
; seriously in a tornado which swept
: across Garland county and through the
southwest portion o f Hot Springs, Ark.
I V IN
AY I III V/ K lt U k SSIA
Th,> eiectric u*ht ,nj p°w«r pi*nt
if i l l
/ k / l« a there was put out o f commission and
ANTI-AMERICAN RIOT BRITISH IN CLAIM NAVAL GERMANY’S
FIGHT WAS HEAVIER WORID’S DOINGS
OF O M I T WEEK
IN CHIHUAHUA CITY
Ixuulon The British admiralty Mon-
; day issued a statement saying there
, was the strongest ground for the be-
I lie f that the British navy in the bat
tle with the Germans off Jutland laat
week had account««! for a total of 18
German men-of-war, ami that there
was nothing to a«ld to or aubatract
from the original announcement o f the
j British losses.
The statement gave the German
losses as two batttlenhlpa, two dread-
naught battle «'ruieers, four light
cruisers, nine torpedo U>at destroyers
I and a submarine.
Mexican Military Authorities Protect
Tho iwssimism which prevail««! as a
result o f the a d m ira lty's original
Foreign Club From Further In
statement o f losses, which is conaid-
ere«l to have been needlessly candid
jury by Misguided People.
nnd conservative in underestimating
the extent «if the German losses, as
compared with those o f Great Britain,
Chihuahua City, Mexico — An anti- has been greatly les»ene«l by the latest
American riot, incited by a mass meet statement.
A dispatch from Copenhagen says
ing to protest against the continue«!
presence o f American troops in M exi rumors are current in llsm burg that
can territory, was put down here two uiliiitionsl German warshi|>s be
Thursday by the military, after a sides those announce«! In the German
the battleship West-
demonstration had been made agninst communication
the American consulate and stones fnlen ami the battle cruiser Lutiowd —
hurled at the Foreign dub, in the be were sunk in battle. A wireless dis
lie f that it was an American institu patch received here Sr'.ur.’ ey from
Berlin said the German admiralty ad
The meeting was a protest against mitted the losa o f the Westfalen.
The admiralty statement declares
prospective American intervention, as
well as against the presence o f the that the German losses in the fight
punitive force, and was called at the were not only relatively, but absolute
Centennial theater. But the theater ly, greater than those o f tho British.
proved too small to contain the crowd, Maintaining ita prartice o f caution,
so that an overflow meeting was held the admiralty still refrains from g iv
later in the Alameda near the Am eri ing the names o f the lost German
can consulate. There various orators ships.
The official list o f the casualties
continued their speeches o f protest.
The crowd snatched the consulate's among officers shows that hardly a
signs, which were later recovered by single officer o f the line escaped from
the British cruisers sunk in the battle.
A fte r the trouble commenced, Gen. An atldltional casualty list o f petty
Lopez arrived on the scene with troops officers shown that 43 o f them were
ami pla«-ed a strong guard around the saved from the Queen Mary, Invinci
The mob then contente«! ble, Fortune, Anient and Shark. None
itself with throwing a few stones at was saved from the Im iefatigible, De
fense, Black Prince, Tipiwrary, Turbu
the Foreign club.
Later, when the club was in dark lent, Nomad or Nestor.
Miss Meeting Held to Protest Presence
of United States Troops.
Brief Resume of General News
From All Around the Earth.
MOB STONES U. S. CONSULATE
UNIVERSAL HAPPENINGS IN A NUTSHEU
Uve News Items of Ail Nations and
Pacific Northwest Condensad
the city was without lights or car
for Our Busy Readers.
I s s u e d E v e r y S a t u r d a y M o r n in g . . .
i The storm came from the southwest,
touching the city first in the vicinity
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY OF FALLS CITY
| o f Oaklawn. There a Methodist church
One hundred and eight precincts out
H. J. Griffin, Mayor.
j was blown down.
Then the wind
o f a total uf 2297 in the state of Iowa
R. M. Womlerty, Couucüman-at L a rf«
crushed a few frame buildings across
give for auffrage 8069, against, 11,062.
15. W. Brent ner.
from the Oaklawn track entrance.
George C. March,
Farther on several small houses
Every slate in the Union la repre
C. J. Bradley.
were l i f t « ! and crumpled until the
sented among the 1700 men who have
I. G. Singleton.
wind reached the Majestic park, which
arrived at the flr#L Plattaburg, N. Y.,
C. L. Hopkins,
is the Spring training home o f the
camp o f m ilitary inatruction.
C. K McPherreu. Auditor and Police J«4*e
London — Admiral JeMicoe, com Boston Americans. That was swept
Only the signature uf Preaident W il-
Walter L. Tooze Jr.. City Attorney.
mander of the British grand fleet, has clean.
aon ia now lacking to complete the
Pat Murphy. Marshal and Water Supt.
reported to the admiralty that the
final enactment of the Oregon and Cal
M. L. Thompson. Treasurer
From that point
British cruiser Hampshire, with Earl struck and damaged.
ifornia land-grant law, the houae hav
Dr. F. M. Hellwarth. Health Officer.
Kitchener, British minister o f war, northeast, where many homes were
ing ratified the conference report.
TheCouncil meets in resuUr session on the first and his staff aboard, has been lost otT damaged and much property was lost.
Monday night of each month, at 7 30 o’clock, in the West Orkneys.
The auit brought by George J. Gould
the office of the Kalis City News.
and other trustees o f the estate o f Jay
was sunk either by a mine or a tor follow s;
Judsonia, W hite county, 25 known
Gould to recover $1,741,66® from the
pedo. Admiral JeMicoe reports there
St. I.ouia, Iron Mountain A Southern
is little hope that there were any sur dead and 50 injured.
railway waa dismissed by
Heber Springs, 18 dead.
De Lark, Dallas county, 4 dead.
Earl Kitchener was on his way to
PH YS IC IA N
Cabot, W hite county, 5 dead.
The names o f the members
The Hawley Pulp A Paper company,
Hot Springs, 4 dead.
of Earl Kitchener's staff have not yet
o f Oregon City, announces a change in
Morrillton, 1 dead.
been learned. Sir W illiam Robertson,
ita mills from the two-shift to the
Washington county, 2
chief o f the imperial staff, is in Lon
three-shift plan. More than 60 more
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
men w ill be employed under the new
Office one door east of P. O.
North Arkansas appears to have
Accompanying Earl Kitchener as his
suffered most severely although the
S . n c e Phone 368
Russian forces have won great auc-
was general throughout the
mer councillor o f the British embassy storm
ceases «lon g the front from the Pripet
at Petrogad, and former minister at state.
marshes to the Roumanian frontier,
A t Judsonia one-third o f the town
Sofia; O. A . Fitzgerald, Earl Kitch
according to an official announcement
ener’s private m ilitary
secretary; was said to have been swept away.
from Petrograd. It is stated that the
Brigadier General EMershaw and Sir Twenty-five bodies and 50 injured al
Russians took 13,000 priaonara.
ready had been taken from the ruins. ness, some o f the rioters returned and
broke more glaas. The m ilitary there
Admiral Jellicoe’s report to the ad
The U. S. Supreme court interpreted
upon placed a guard around the club.
m iralty follow s:
W ill b eat Falls City Hole»
the Harrison Federal Drug A rt uf
The few Amerii'ans who remain in
*‘ I have to report with deep regret i
MONDAY ana FRIDAY Afternoons
1914. making it unlawful for any per
Chihuahua and the other foreigners
that His M ajesty's ship Hampshire.
son not registered under the law to
Captain Herbert J. Savill, R. N., with
San Francisco— Five thousand tons have opium in hia possession, aa apply
houses were attacked. The demonstra
Lord Kitchener and his staff aboard, j
frieght from the Orient, which ing only to those who deal In the drug
was sunk Monday at about 8 p. m., to \ Washington, D. C.— Members o f the
and not to thoae who uae it.
individuals, as were unloaded Sunday from the Shin-
the west o f the Orkneys either by a house were much exercised Tuesday the Americans
Poaaible danger that the present
mine or a torpedo.
over what they insisted was a viola
“ Four boats were seen by observers tion by the senate o f the constitution policy o f retaining troops in Mexico and a concrete pier recently erected by strike uf the Butte W orkingmen’s
on shore to leave the ship. The wind ! al provision that neither house shall without, as the rioters believe, any , the state at the mouth of Islais Creek, Union might spread to the minea waa
were destroyed in a spectacular blaze diaaipated when the electrician# in the
was north, northwest and heavy seas adjourn for more than three days at a apparent reason.
| o f unknown origin here early Monday. employ o f the mining companies met
were running. Patrol vessels and de time without the consent o f the other.
The Shinyo and the General Forbes, and determined not to go out In sym
S a m p le R o o m s
The senate adjourned Saturday until
stroyers at once proceeded to the spot
another freighter, which were tied to pathy with the smaller unions o f the
Best A c c o m m o d a tio n s
and a party was sent along the coast to noon Thursday, the leaders counting
the pier, were slightly damaged before city under any circumstances.
search, but only some bodies and a that a three-day recess because o f the
F. D roege, P ro p rie to r
they could be removed from the fire’s
capsized boat have been found. As J intervening
The Britiah destroyer Acaata, which
reach. Steamship men said the loss
the whole shore has been searched Leader Mann, supported by Represent
the Germans reported they had sunk,
Petrograd— The sudden blow struck would reach close to $800,000.
from the seaward I greatly fear that ative Garret, o f Tennessee, and other
has arrived at a northeast roaat port
by the Russians along the entire Ga
The Shinyo arrive«i Wednesday, but
there is Mttle hope o f there being any ' house parliamentarians, brought the
lician front o f 275 miles from the Pri- the cargo was not touched until Sun under tow o f another destroyer. The
matter form ally to the attention of
pet to Rumania is, in the unanimous day, when its owners granted the de shell which put her out o f action, a fter
“ No report has yet been received ; Speaker Clark, and the Speaker agreed
o f the m ilitary critics here, a mands o f the striking longshoremen. she had been in the thick of the fight
Fails C it y , O re go n
from the search party on shore. H. that a bad precedent had been set.
brilliant beginning o f the long-awaite«l The boat was emptied at 11 o ’ clock ing for 40 minutes, exploded in the
Later Democrat senators suggested
M. S. Hampshire was on her way to
Where yon con get a Shave. Hair Cat, Bath
The condition of Sunday night, three hours before the engine-room, killing five men.
; informally that the house dispose of i
the roads now is perfect and with a fire started.
The U. S. Supreme court holds that
the situation by adopting a resolution !
Agent for Balias Steam Laundry
plentiful supply of ammunition the
Tw o coal barges and several box interurban electric cars, crossing state
consenting to a four-day adjournment.
nales forwarded luesday evening
Russian advance is expected to develop cars were also damaged. One o f the lines, are amenable to the aafety ap
It was said this might be done.
barges, the Melrose, the largest on the pliance act, although they move fo r a
The movement derives significance bay, which was tied to the pier, d rift part o f the route in a city aervice.
from the fact that it is not an isolated ed out into the stream with her cargo Conviction o f the Spokane A Inland
attack against any one portion o f the Hblaze when her moorings burned. She Empire Railroad company, operating
Petrograd— The Russian press urges
| Austrian lines, but a carefully co-or- bumped another coal barge, which was from Spokane to C«wur d'Alene, Idaho,
the entente powers to bring pressure [dinated
embracing the anchored off the pier. Both burned for failure to comply with the act, waa
ot bear on Greece because o f the an- whole front. The movement is under
M A R B LE AN D G R A N ITE
freely until fire tugs flo«xled the coal. upheld and a $150(1 fine impoaed.
tagnostic attitude o f that country. the able leadership of Gen. Brussiloff,
Later the two broke loose and drifted
Peking— Yuan Shi Kai, president o f Something o f a sensation has been
A Reuter dispatch form Zurich saya
who conducted the brilliant campaign down the bay with their cargoes
D a lla s, O regon
the Chinese republic, died Tuesday. caused by the articles, especially those |
in the Carpathians in 1914, and who is smouldering. Tugs caught up with that members o f the German I.and-
Premier Tuan Chi Jui immediately in the Bourse Gazette, expressing the
sturm, class o f 1917, who aru livin g
generally conceded to be one o f the them off the Ferry building.
advised Li Yuan Hung, the vice presi opinion that the king o f Greece “ would
abroad, have been ordered to return
best strategists o f the Russian staff.
dent, o f his succession to the presi do well to take a rest o f some duration
F U N E R A L DIRECTOR
The forces opposing the Russian ad burned. Customs Lieutenant Patrick home immediately.
at some place better for his health vance are estimated at 40 Austrian in-
ia a home defense force which in
Yuan Shi K ai had been ill for sev than Athens.”
cludes, in addition to trained soldiers
, fantry divisions and from 10 to 16 the pier when the fire started.
eral days with stomach trouble, which
The other papers denounce
the po- Augtrilin cav8,ry d iv iBion., assisted by, flames spread rapidly and drove the between the ages o f 39 and 45, all
was follow«*! by a nervous breakdown, j litical felony” o f Greece toward the
those between the ages o f 17 and 39
at the most, two divisions o f Germans. two men aboard the Forbes.
Quiet prevails in the capital. The entente. The Novoe Vremya declares
who have received no m ilitary train
This brings the total Teutonic forces
death o f the president apparently the measures taken at Saloniki as in
operating on this front up to 600,000 swarmed from the Shinyo’« forecastle ing.
solves the h e a t»! political problem. sufficient and calls upon the entente
men. No details of the Russian attack and spread over the ship, seeking re f
Progress toward the completion o f
Li Yuan Hung’s succession to the powers to take necessary steps at
are yet at hand, but it was preceded as uge. One jumped overboard, but hia the new
presidency meets the demands o f the Piraeus and Athens.
usual by a vigorous artillery bombard mates hauled him back on a life pre which embraces the Willys-Overland,
leaders in the Southern provinces.
ment, after which the Russians moved server.
the Hudson and the Chalmers automo
Goethals Ready to Rest.
forward along the whole line, captur
From nearby cities and from far out bile companies, aa well aa allied con
British Lose Late Gains.
Washington, D. C.— Major General ing first-line Austrian positions.
The at sea the sheets o f fire and the glare cern«, including the Autolite company,
British Headquarters in France — George W. Goethals, governor o f the initiative belongs entirely to the Rus
could be seen.
The blaze was the was announced Wednesday. The new
The British and Germans are fighting Canal Zone, conferred with Secretary sians, and the Austrians, evidently ta most sfiectacular and destructive that company, probably w ill bear the cor
hard in the region o f Ypres, where last Baker, and is understood to have reit ken by surprise, fell back without be has visited the local waterfont in porate title o f the American Motors
Saturday the BrtiiBh in hand-to-hand erated his desire to retire to private ing able to start a counter offensive.
company, with $70,000,000 o f pre
Aside from its m ilitary and trategic
encounters recaptured most o f the life. Secretary Baker declined to dis-
Shackleton R elief Fixed.
trenches the Germans had taken from cuss that feature o f the conference. importance for this front, the Russian
A Berlin dispatch to the Copenhagen
them peviousiy in the sector from the He probably w ill present the General’ s ; movement undoubtedly w ill have a
London — Plans for the relief of
Politiken aaya that the court which
Ypres-Comines canal to Hooge Point. i request to President Wilson within a powerful effect upon the m ilitary situa- Lieutenant Sir
Ernest Shackleton, conducted the preliminary examination
*" the face o f repeated attacks the few days. General Goethals expressed tion elsewhere, J-------
o f hia men, is ma of Dr. Karl Liebknecht, the Socialist
British have been unable to retain the satisfaction with the condition o f the pressure on the Italian front from the
rooned in the Antarctic, were com lender, decided that he should be pun
bulk o f the recaptured ground, but still canal, telling the secretary that ade necessity o f bringing reinforcements
ished for treason.
are fighting strenuously to keep what quate precautions had been taken to to this theater, while it also is expect pleted at a meeting o f a committee o f
the Royal Geographical aociety.
they have and to recapture what they guard against recurrence o f slides.
The Cologne Volka Zeitung saya it is
relief ship will sail from London by
reported, although not confirmed, that
August 1 for Weddell Sea by way of
K ing Victor Emmanuel and hia special
Tornadoes Kill 107.
Buenos Aires and the Falkland Islands.
Kaiser Rewards Sea Fighters.
staff have departed from the Italian
$711,828 Awarded Indians.
Kansas C ity — Death lists in the
The ship probably will follow the plan
Amsterdam, via Ixmdon — The em o f the Aurora, the auxiliary bark o f general headquarters at Udine on ac
C. — Judgment storm-swept sections o f Arkansas,
count o f the Auatrian offensive and re
against the United States for $711,828 Missouri, Mississippi and Illinois grew peror, according to a Berlin dispatch, the
was rendered by the Court o f Claims hourly as belated reports were re has promoted Vice Admiral Scheer, drifted from her moorings, and w ill be tired to Venice.
in favor of the Mille Lac tribe o f ceived from communtiies which suf commander o f the German battle fleet, fitted out in Buenos Aires.
Pierre Dreyfus, son o f Commandant
Chippewa Indians, Minnesota, in con fered in a series of tornadoes Monday to be admiral. Vice Admiral Hipper
A lfred Dreyfus, o f the famous “ Drey
sideration of lands and timber taken night and early Tuesday. The deaths has been awarded the order o f pour le
A mark here indicates that
fus A ffa ir,” who has been serving on
Ice Sweeps Alaska Town.
by the government, homesteaders and o f 107 persons had been reported, a merite. W ar decorations o f various
the Verdun front aa second lieutenant
you r subscription is delinquent.
the state of Minnesota. The judgment number of other persons were unac kinds also have been awarded officers
in the artillery, has just been cited in
Please call and fix it.
is based on an award to the Indians of counted for, and believed dead, and and men who distinguished themselves most completely swept away by float the orders o f the day fo r having “ par
credit for 31,692 acres o f land and several hundred had been injured, of in the North Sea battle. The emperor !
late Sunday. Many buildings in the ticularly distinguished himself during
$202,318 on account of value o f timber whom some will die.
laid a wreath on the grave o f a number lower part o f the town were demol the violent engagements o f February
cut from the lands with interest.
o f dead at Wilhelmshaven. The em- ! ished. The ice jammed in a canyon a 26, 27 and 2h” in the battle o f Verdun.
Treason Laid to Mexican,
peror and empress also visited the short distance below the settlement,
lo m a S eek er
were killed or
Pablo Lopez Is Executed.
Chihuahua City, M ex.— A Mexican, wounded in the hospital there.
causing the water to back up, and, with wounded in an outbreak at Maracaibo,
ILLS CITY, OREGON ]
Chihuahua City, M ex.— Pablo Lopez, givin g his name as Luis Sanchez Mena,
its burden o f heavy ice, to flood the Venezuela, againat General Garcia,
V illa ’ s chief lieutenant in the raid up was arrested by m ilitary authorities
Russians Capture 40,000.
streets. A blizzard raged here also, who has been appointed preaident o f
on Columbus, N. M., Tuesday paid the here on a charge o f attempting to ob
i’etrograd, via London— In their new and sluicing operations which began a the state o f Zulia.
penalty for his crimes.
He faced a tain promises from other Mexicans to offensive movement the Russians have few days ago, were suspended.
C orrespondents w an ted in e v e r y firing squad o f constitutionalists sol aid Americans in the event o f Am eri captured more than 40,000 men, it was
The planting of 600 acres o f land in
diers at Santa Rosa
can intervention. M ilitary authorities annqunced
the Sutherlin, Ore., district to sugar
Marines Are Reinforced.
n eigh b orh ood in this sectio n eo f tne
say Mena confessed and that he is be day.
San Diego, Cal.— The Fourth reg i beets has been completed and the
cou n try.
Italians Repulse Attack.
ing held for trial by court-martial.
The statement says that on the line ment o f Marines, stationed here, has growing crop ia considered one o f the
Rome— Austrian attacks in the La-
between the Pripet and Roumania left for New Orleans, where it will heat proapecU in the Northwest.
E x tr a copies o f T h e -Jiews are
Uruguay Will Send Help.
garina valley, where a vigorous at
frontier, over which the campaign is embark for Haiti and Santo Domingo
Mra. Joaiah Evans Cowlea, o f Los
p rin te d each week, and wfill be sent tempt was made to carry the import
Montevideo, Uruguay — The Uru being fought, the Russians thus far on the transport Hancock. It is un
to a n y address d e s ire d ,,, postpaid, ant Italian positions at Coni Zugna, guayan government w ill dispatch the have taken 900 officers, 40,000 men, derstood the Fourth regiment w ill sup Angeles, has been elected preaident o f
the General Federation o f W omen’s
were repulsed with heavy losses, the small steamship Inatitutopesca to the 77 guns, 134 machine guns and 49
for 5 cents per copy.
plement the marines already on duty Club« by a large majority, defeating
war office announces.
rescue o f the Shackleton expedition. bomb-throwers.
in the turbulent Island republics.
Mra. Samuel B. Sneath, of Tiffin, O.
Official Newspaper of the City of Tail» Ctti
W arship Hampshire Car-
rying Ministerand Staff
Sunk by Mine or Tor
pedo— All Lost.
F. M. H ELLW A R TH
DR. W. L. H ollow ay
Great Oriental Freight Cargo
and Sao francisco Pier Burn
Senate Is Accused of Violating
Parliamentary law of Adjournment
Russian Offensive Begins Over
Entire 275-Mile Austrian front
Bohle’s Barber Shops
G . L. H A W K I N S
REPUBLIC IS DEAD
force on Greece Urged.
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