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REPUBLICANS CARRY MAINE, WIIN
4 REPRESINIATIVES, 2 SENATORS FRENCH WIN BATTLE
Of CURRENT WEEK 64™ CONGRESS ADJOURNS
IN WESTERN FIELD
Portland, Mo.— Maine Republican«,
reinforced by returning Progressives,
won a signal victory at the election
Batmd sa u n i r t i« mall at tka postarti«*
at Valla City. Polk Coaaty. Ora«aa.
A rt At Cbasraaa ot Marra ». 1 ST».
They elected a governor, an auditor, German L mks Pierced and fighting is
Ttlr pHoar - Ntwi O m « . S3.
two United States senators and four
forced on Open Ground.
representatives In congresa and, wrest
SubaertpUoa Rataa: On» yaar. *1.00; at» moat ha
IO «anta; tkraa moa Uta S* ran tat alitela copy. S eta.
ing control o f the atate house o f repre-
senatlvea from the Democrats, w ill be
AJrartlaln» Ratea: Duplay. 1 »cantaanInch1
able on joint vote o f the leglelature to
Bualneaa Notions. » «anta a Una ; Pot Sale, Rant,
Waahington, D. C. — Thg flret sea- reduced during the investigation, m *
excitance. Want and Pay Rntertalnmant No-
elect the other state officers not choeen
tlcaa, » cu. a lina. Card ot Thank» M eta; Laca
aion o f the Sixty-fourth
congress, for 30 days thereafter, and work in
by popular vote.
Notice», local ratea.
which adjourned Friday, Sept 8, waa excess o f eight houra to be paid for at
Carl E. Milliken led his ticket, de
a pro rata rate.
Copy tor now ada. and chan »*» ahould b# aaat
concerned chiefly with national de-
T a riff— Creation o f a non-partisan feating Governor Oakley C. Curtis, Kaiser’ s Hastily-Built Trenches Swept
Live News Items of All Nations and
to Tha New* not later than Wedaeeday.
tariff commission o f flve members to who sought re-election, by a plurality
Away Big French 75s Prevent
Official If ewe paper af tka City af Falla City
When the gavel fell congress had investigate and advise congress on
Pacific Northwest Condensed
o f approximately 13,000.
directed reorganization and re-equip
Help Reaching Germans.
The Republican d rift extended to
for Our Busy Readers.
I ssued E v e r y S a t u r d a y M o r n in g
ar provision o f exitin g tariff law;
ment o f the army and navy for defense
amendments increasing duties on dye county officers, the greater number of
o f the country at the unprecedented stuffs to encourage manufacturing dye counties choosing Republican county
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY OF FALLS CITY
coat o f $656,000,000, with authoriza stuffs in the United States; enactment attorneys and aheriffe.
B ari»— For the first time In two
Maine Republicans elect entire state tions that w ill increase the total in
H. J. Griffin. Mayor.
are im|>ortant locally because the hold
a battle was waged Wedneaday
R M. Wondorly. Councttaan-at-Lnrf«
and national ticket Monday.
three yeara to nearly $800,000,000. vent dumping o f foreign-made gooda ers are charged with enforcing the
G. W. Brentner.
on the weatern front In the open field,
W ith all other expenditures, appropri at less than foreign market prices; prohibition law.
George C. March,
ations were brought to the grand total authorisation for the President to re
The vote waa heavy, as had been ex where strategy, tactics and maneuver*
soon on the side o f the allies.
C. J. Bradley,
o f $1.637,683,682, the greatest aggre taliate against foreign nations prohib pected, for the campaign had been o f troupe rather than
I. G. Singleton.
The Southern Pacific is furnishing gate in the country’s history, and ex
waged with a determination not seen trenches, won an advance. Thia, more
C. L. Hopkins,
50 freight cars daily to relieve the car ceeding that for the last fiscal year by
The country waa than anything else, serves to show the
United States by laying an embargo in recent years.
shortage in Oregon.
C. I . McPherren. Auditor and Police J’
... half a billion dollars.
, . .
againat imports from offending na- searched out for speakers o f national extent o f the French gains in the Som
Walter L. Toose Jr.. City Attorney.
Expenditures, necessitated by (ire- tjong
Dealers in Klamath Falls, Or., ship
prominence and the greater number of me offensive and the tremendous ad- ?
Pat Murphy. Marshal and Water Supi.
88 fine horses to New York for the paredness and the calling into action
these battled on national issues. The vances they havo made.
It. L. Thompson. Treasurer
o f m ilitary forces to meet the Mexican hibitive tax on cotton sold for future fight waa particularly hot fo i the two
Between Comblea and the Somme
Dr. F. M. llellwarth. Health Officer.
emergency, demanded revenue legisla delivery in fictitious or wash sales.
United States aenatorahipe and the there ia a gap more than four and a
TheCouncil meets in regular session on the flret
tion in the cioeing days o f the session.
Philippines— Law to provide for a four places held by Maine in the lower half milea wide, cut clear through Ger
Monday night of each month, at 7 SO o'clock, in New York City, are stopped b y the Congress responded by doubling the
National de man lines o f fortifications that were
autonomous government o f the house at Waahington.
the office of the Falla City News.
normal tax on incomes, creating an in islands,
law two years in the building, and Wednea
heritance tax, munitions tax and mis reorganising election laws, establish for railroad men loomed large in the day the French, debouching through
Henry Ford, the millionaire auto cellaneous excise taxes to raise $305,- ing an elective senate and promiaing speeches.
the gap, defeated the Germane in a
maufacturer, spent a few hours in 000,000, and by directing the sale of inde|«ndence whenever, in the Judg
series of maneuvers in tha open coun
Portland Monday, where he inspected $130,000,000 Panama Canal bonds.
try and drove them back a distance
ment o f the United States, the Philip
P H Y S IC IA N
Congress established a tariff com
the local plant.
varying from nearly three kilometers
pine people demonstrate capability for
mission, a government shipping board it.
on the north to a little more than 500
According to reports from Rudolph
to rehabilitate the American merchant
metera on the south, making possible
A p p rop riation
M. Anderson, member o f the Stefansson
marine; a workmen's compensation were:
the capture of Bourhaveenes.
exploring party, the latter has discov
PH YSICIAN AND SURGEON
commission to administer a new uni A gricu ltu re......................
The battle waa divided into three
New I,ondon, Conn.- With the bor
ered new land bearing copper deposits.
Office one door east of P. O.
form compensation law; a farm loan Arm y
parts, and was fought by troops battl
Resolutions requesting that all Kan banking system; a child labor law;
ing veritably for their homes, for the
District o f Columbia
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American-Mexican joint commission French soldiers engaged were thoee
sas City high schools girls be required enlarged the system o f self-govem - i K.riinV»i»mi
devoted itself Tuesday to determining coming from the invaded districts.
to wear uniforms w ill be presented to ment in the Philippines and enacted ,ndtan s *“ **
Leirislativ« and executive
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the board o f education at its next many other important laws which had Military Academy
the extent o f the control exerrised in Tw o nights o f unremitting cannonad
been contemplated by the administra Navy
Mexico by the de facto government, ing utterly demolished the German
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trenches and the difference between
Colorado’s first snow o f the season tion.
information being supplied by the
River and harbor
io, m i mi
Most important legislative enact Sundry civ il................
the trenches here and those farther » i
fell at Leadville Wednesday, according
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Mexican commissioners at the request west was shown by the results o f the
to reports to the weather bureau. The ments o f the session, exclusive o f laws Shipping
60 . loo.ouo o f their American conferees.
snow began Tuesday night and amount fo r national defense, included the fo l Deflcienciee........................
The western lines were the finished
It was stated informally that upon
ed to nearly one inch.
Government ship law — Appropriat Floods.................................
efforts o f two years' labor of the beat
Sam ple Room s
The Belgische Dagblad announces ing $50,000,000 to operate ships in
m iltary engineers in the world.
Grand total ............................. I 1.837.883.6N2 government rested the possibility that
the German authorities have foreign and coastwise trade when un
Bo at A c c o m m o d a t i o n s
seized £30,000,000, which had been able to lease them to individuals or
In addition to the total there were the Washington government would re those o f an army operating in the field
F. D ro .g a , P ro p rie to r
placed in the coffers o f the Belgian private corporations.
authorizationa for expediturea in fu voke its warning to Americana to stay which had been allowed a few day*’
National bank, in consequence o f the
naval, good out o f Mexico, and would encourage respite to dig itself in.
Child labor law— Denying interstate ture years. Including
suspension o f the moratorium.
B A R K E R SHOPS
commerce to products o f mines and roads, ta riff commission and other ex their return to their properties there.
The difference waa auch that SO min
It was explained that the question utes after the charge sounded the
penditures to bring the total to approx
Mrs. Mary Brundage, 75 years old, quarries employing children under 16
$2,000,000,000, but these
French carried the whole line o f the
widow o f the late Superior Judge Ben years o f age and factories, mills, can imately
amounts do not properly apply to the sumption o f industry in Mexico, and to German entrenchments from Comblea
Brundage, a pioneer o f Kern county, neries and other establishments em
ahow present conditions the Mexican to the river. Thia waa the flrat part
appropriations for the fiscal year.
Falla C i t y , O re go n
California, has registered as freshman ploying children under 14 years.
In addition congress enacted an un commisaoners presented figures from o f the battle, and it waa followed by
Rural credits law— Establishing a
W h e n yea c a t get » Shave, B a ir C a t. Bath
farm loan board in control o f a system usually large amount o f miscellaneous which the follow ing conclusion was the fight in the open.
w ill study the Spanish language.
or ‘ Shine*
legislation, including reorganisation of drawn in a formal statement issued by
o f farm loan mortgage banks.
As soon as the trenches were carried
A g e nt fo r D a lla s Steam L a a n d r y
The number o f cases o f infantile
Bundles forwarded lueaday evening
Workmen’s compensation law— Pro the patent office; provision for trial of Secretary Lane.
the French guns were lifted, and the
paralysis reported in the New York viding uniform sick and accident bene space system in place o f weight sys
“ The data presented by the Mexican 76a raised a barrier east o f the Heron-
department o f health Wednesday was fits fo r employes o f the Federal gov tem for payment for railroad mail commissioners indicated that the gov ne-Bethune road, preventing the Ger
smaller than on any previous day since ernment and benefits to dependents service and leaving to the Interstate ernment roada now are being operated mans bringing
June 26. The deaths were only nine, in case o f death.
Commerce commission determination with a large degree o f regularity, and while the French maneuvered in the
which is the lowest since July 5.
Emergency revenue law— Providing o f the method and rate o f pay; crea that the roads owned by private com open country. The le ft wing swept
panies are being turned over to these forward from a wood and drove the
Men who have been on strike at for doubling the normal income tax on tion o f a National Park bureau in the
companies, the only exceptions at the
M A R B LE A N D G R A N ITE
Germans from hill 146, while another
Chisholm, Minn., fo r the past three the lowest class; making an addition department o f the Interior; establish
present time being a line in the feder
regiment cleared Marrieraa wood in
months, returned to the mines Wed al surtax ranging from 1 per cent on ing warehouse regulations for cotton
al diatreit, one in the atate of Hidalgo,
front o f Bouchavesnes.
Mine officials are prepared to that portion o f incomes exceeding and grain and providing a new grain
and the United Railways o f Yucatan."
D a lla s , O r s g o n
start full crews at all properties, and $20,000 to 13 per cent on amount o f grading law; extension for a year of
all former strikers are quoted as de incomes in excess o f $2,000,000; levy the government War Risk Insurance
ing a graduated tax o f 1 to 10 per cent bureau; uniform law making bills of
claring the iron ore strike is over.
on inheritances ranging from $50,000 lading negotiable.
F U N E R A L DIRECTOR
Withdrawal o f about 140,564 acres to $5,000,000; a 10 per cent net profit
Proposed legislation which failed of
o f land from the Monterey National tax on manufacturers o f munitions, 5 enactment and has gone over until
Forest, California, to be opened for per cent net profit tax on manufac next winter includes the immigration
Seattle, Wash. -U nited States Sen
settlement, is announced by the Inter turers o f materials entering into muni b ill; the corrupt practices act to lim it
Berlin, via London— The visit of ator Miles Poindexter, who was elec
ior department. The lands are in San tions; a license tax on actually invest campaign expenditurea for election of K in g Ferdinand, o f Bulgaria, to the ted as a Republican six yeara ago and
Benito, Monterey and Fresno counties ed capital stock o f corporations capi the President, V ice President
who joined the Progreaaive party four
We attend to all work promptly.
and are said to be valuable chiefly for talized at more than $99,000; wine, members o f congress; a vocational ed German emperor at eastern headquar years ago, was renominated aa the Re
grazing, though scattered tracts have beer and liquor excise taxes and mis ucation bill passed by the senate; con ters is being made the occasion o f an publican candidate fo r senator In Tues
Dallas and Falls City, Oro.
some agricultural value.
servation legislation, including the important conference on the near-eaat- day’« primary election, defeating W ill
cellaneous stamp taxes.
public lands water power bill, the ern situation, particularly that in the E. Humphrey, now representative in
E. P. Ripley, president o f the Atch
congress from the First district, by a
R E A L ESTATE
ison, Topeka & Santa Fe railroad, an operative Federal aid to the states for Shields navigahJe streams water power Balkans.
plurality o f more than 12,000, accord
nounces that he w ill bring suit to test construction o f highways and appro bill, which failed in conference; the
K in g Ferdinand is accompanied by
ing to returns from two-thirds o f the
the constitutionality o f the recently priating $75,000,000 to be spent in five oil leasing bill, including re lie f for
California oil men; a flood control bill the chief o f his cabinet, while the Im state.
enacted eight-hour law.
He was of years.
D ealer in
Henry McBride, o f Seattle, who was
Postal savings law — Amendment in which passed the house and a bill to perial German Chancellor, Dr. von
the opinion that other Western rail
R E A L ESTATE
roads would do likewise.
He termed creasing the amount which individuals establish citizenship for natives of Bethmann-Hollweg, ia in attendance governor o f the state from 1901 to
on the German emperor as his respon 1906, waa nominated as the Republican
the law confiscatory, called it class may deposit from $500 to $1000 with Porto Rico.
Fails City, Oregon.
Four treaties were ratified by the sible political adviser. The other Teu candidate for governor with the flrat
legislation and said it was in violation interest, and a additional $1000 with
senate. The most important were the tonic allied governments also are rep and aecond-choice votes. He received
o f freedom o f contract.
very large plurality in K ing county.
Federal reserve— Amendments, in long-pending Nicaraguan convention resented at the conference, which, it
Hop growers and handlers are urged
cluding amendment to the Clayton providing for the acquisition o f a canal is understood, w ill not be without McBride was a leader o f the Progrea
by the United States department of
B R O W N - S IB L E Y A B S T R A C T CO;
anti-trust law perm itting officers and route and naval stations rights in the effect upon the future grouping in the aive party four years ago.
Agriculture to make certain that the
The Democratic vote was small, ow
610 Mill Street. Dallas, Oregon,
directors o f member banks to become Bay o f Fonseca fo r $3,000,000 and Balkans.
JOHN B. SIBLEY. Manager.
W hile apparently there Is no inclin ing to lack o f contests.
officers and directors o f not more than that ratified in the closing hours pro
lutely free from any trace o f arsenic.
banks; viding fo r the purchase o f the Danish ation to divide the lion’s skin before ner, ex-United States senator, ap
Our abstract plant is posted daily from
The accidental presence in occasional
Polk County Records.
amendments perm itting national banks West Indies fo r $25,000,000. Another the animal is killed, it is considered pears to have been nominated for sen
shipments o f American hope o f minute
to establish foreign branches, liberal was the treaty with the Republic o f advisable and timely, in view o f Rou ator over Robert Bridges.
traces o f arsenic introduced through
izing regulations for discounting com Hayti providing for an American finan manian entry into the war, and the Democratic nominees, there being op
use o f impure sulphur has led at times
mercial paper and permitting member cial protectorate. The much-disputed Greek attitude, to discuss certain ques position to none except Governor Lis
to rejection o f shipments, especially in
banks in towns o f 6000 or less popula pending treaty with Colombia, after tions o f general policy and the aims of ter, and that only nominal, are:
cases o f exports to foreign countries
Governor, Ernest L ister; secreary
tion to act as agents for insurance »everal years o f consideration, was the Teutonic allies in the near-east.
with rigid hop standards.
; favorably reported from the foreign
Concrete proposals, however, are not o f state, J. M. Tadlock; treasurer,
Notice to News Subscribers
French forces are clearing the way
Railroad legislation— Creation o f a relations committee with an amend under review. The conference rather George J. Galvin; insurance commis
fo r a new offensive south o f the Somme. , oint sub-committee o f senate
and ment reducing from $26,000,000 to is devoted to a general survey o f the sioner, J. H. Hamer; school superin
$16,000,000 the proposed amount to be situation, and study of the general tendent, J. H. Morgan; Lieutenant
A mark here indicates that
Germany is preparing to enter most
paid for the partition of Panama.
governor, Thomas Lally.
lines o f the Balkans policy.
your subscription is delinquent.
energetically into the trade war which to investigate necessity for further
Please call and fix it.
she expects w ill follow the present legislation for railroads and the Inter
Streetcar Strike in New York.
W eed Good fo r Medicine.
Channel Dug fo r Bear.
state Commerce commission, question
Marshfield, O r.— N. Schoemaker, > a
o f government ownership o f public : N ew York— A strike was declared
Eureka, Cal,— Finding that there is
What the police declare to have utilities and comparative worth of early Thursday night by unionized em German scientist, has been making his little to be accomplished by pulling on
been a deliberate attempt to wreck a government ownership as against gov
ployes o f the subway and elevated rail home at Sumner for the past several the steamer Bear, ashore near Cap*
Santa Fe train carrying 200 passen ernment regulation.
way lines operated by the Interborough months, and in that time has been Mendocino, the salvage crew now ia
M r. H o m s Seeker-
gers from San Diego to Los Angeles is
Railroad eight-hour day law — Estab
Rapid Transit company.
Union offi manufacturing
digitalin from fox placing its reliance on being able to
E L T L O S I C I T Y , O R E G O N
alleged to have been prevented by the lishing eight hours as the standard for
cials assert that N ew Y o rk ’s electric glove, which is abundant in that neigh pump away enough sand from around
and B u y O r c h a r d Land
discovery by a track-walker o f loose reckoning the compensation o f railroad
. . transportation fa cilities would be coin borhood. A ll the boys In the neighbor the steamer to make a basin for her.
rails on the San Diego river .bridge. employes operating trams in interstate pietely paxralyxed. They are confident
hood are making circus money by gath This Is proving slow work, as the tidal
Railroad officials say that a train cross commerce after January I. 1917, u i
¿ / S K S l i l and conductors on ering the poisonous weed for the Ger action washes in sand in quantities
ing even at a moderate speed would providing for a commission o f three to
i the surface lines would strike through man, who has enlarged his operations every day; but reports Indicate that
likely have been hurled to the bed of investigate the effects o f the eight-
symathy. Theodore P. Shonts, presi and asserts he is extracting valuable some headway ia being made. In the
the river, 20 feet below.
hour standard, present wages not to be dent o f the company, declared that the
SO U TH ERN PACIFIC COM PANY
medicinal properties from the weed, meantime the wrecking tug Salvador
company could cope successfully with which heretofore was not considered to at sea, and logging engines ashore ara
The German emperor has sent a con
Passenger Train Schedule
Britisn Raider Is Lost.
have any commercial value.
keeping a strain on the lines.
gratulatory telegram to the K in g of
Effective Oct. 4,1914
London— A British aeroplane was
Bulgaria on the brilliant success o f his
lost in a raid Saturday over St. Denis,
French Plants Visited.
Holy War Aiding Turks.
Big Brick Building Falls,
troops against the Roumanians.
am . am.
Salem . . . 7:00 9.45
Paris — Members o f the American
Washington, D. C. — A holy war,
in Belgium, 30 miles southeast of
Toledo, O.— More than 100 persona
President Wilson signs the Federal
visitin g decreed by the Sunni Mohammedans, narrowly miased death Thursday night t)
D a lla s . . . 8.15 11.02
workmen’s compensation act passed re
FallsCity. 8.50 11.35
afternoon naval aero France, were received Saturday by and a war o f pillage and robbery by when a four-story brick building on
cently by congress. The law provides
planes attacked the enemy aerodrome David Mennet, o f the National Associ the various tribes o f Turkestan, have Summit street, the c ity ’ s main thor
re lie f for government employes injured
at St. Denis,“ says an official state ation o f Economic Expansion, and also proved o f material aid to the Turks in oughfare, collapsed with but little
at their work.
am. p m .
ment issued here. “ A large number o f conferred with representatives o f vari their advance into Persia, according to warning and tumbled into the street
B l'k Rock
The ports o f K ilw a K ivin je and K il- bombs were dropped with good effect. ous industrial groups concerning ways dispatches reaching
here Tuesday. crowded with shoppers and theater
wa Kisiwani. in German East A frica, One o f our machines failed to return. o f developing the commercial relations Russian reinforcements, however, has goers. The crash was heard several
D a lla s . . . 10.10 2.00
During the stay dispelled large bands o f the nomad blocks. Police, three hours later, after
respectively 150 and 175 miles south
“ During the same afternoon a naval o f the two countries.
Salem . . . 1 1 . 0 1 3.15
o f Dar-Es-Salaam, have surrendered to aeroplane successfully attacked and in Paris the members will visit the auxiliaries o f the Turks. The Turkish workmen had searched the debrla,
the British under threat o f bombard brought down in flames a hostile kite principal industries and the biggest es regular forces in Persia are estimated stated that no one waa killed and none
A. m C.
Powaiu, A obht
tablishments working for the army.
balloon near Ostend. “
at only about 20,000 men.
D. L. W O O D *
Brief Resume of General News
from All Around the Earth.
Record Show s Appropriations Exceeding
by More than Half Billion Past
Y e a r s Expenditures.
SWEEPING ADVANCE IS MADE
UNIVERSAL HAPPENINGS IN NUT5HELI
p r o fe s s io n a l d a r t 's
F. M. HELLWARTH
American Warning to Stay Out
of Mexico May Be Revoked
B u s in e s s d a r t 's
jF alteC it^ lb o tel
Bohle’ s Barber Shops
G . L. H A W K I N S
M ONUM ENTS
R. L. C H A P M A N
J. O. M I C K A L S O N
Balkan Policy is Planned by
Kaiser and Bulgarian King
Poindexter Wins in Washington
Primary; Other Choices