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FALLS CITY NEWS
FALLS CITY OKBGON, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER £1, 191«
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Receiver Finishes Work
J. Goldsmith, Receiver for the Falls
City Lumber Company Checks
Out and Departs Wednes
put through by * Republican, Senator
"The anti truat law antedates the
President Cleveland never enforced It
From lime to time, aa with all great
legislative acts, It ha* l>een iioeeaaary
to amend or add to It, and the anti
trust law o f the Wilson administration
wa* merely such an amendment, a log
leal development o f the original act.
"(ID The Commerce Court was actu
ally abolished during the T aft Adm in
istration. although It ha* not been
demonstrated that Its abolition was a
"A n r statement hereafter emanating
from Mr. M cfon alrk will l*e subjected
to the rloatmt acnltluy. The errors In
hla Oral effort are Inexcusable and can
only arouae resentment among labor
men and social workers. No ciats la
inure Instant than labor to condemn
and punish those who without founda
tion lay claim to Ita gratitude.
"W ill Mr. McCormick explain hla
padding o f the Record 7"!
JOHN W IL L IA M S .
Ex Commissioner o f Labor, New York
AND LABOR VOTES
ON FALSE CLAIMS
A fte r more than a year’s shut
down there now appears reason Democrats Posing as the Enact
to hope that the mill will re
ors of Legislation Which the
Indisputable Facts Show
o f Portland, who has been in
to Be of Republican
charge ever since the shut down, 1
has been called in and departed
Wednesday evening. It has been
generally understood that so long
as Mr. Goldsmith remained there AUTHORITY ON SOUND SOCIAL
would be little doing; hence fe r LAW CITES 11 GLARING CASES
vent prayers were offerred, by
saint and Binner that he might O r g a n is e d L a b o r R e e e n te T h le D e c e p
be taken from our midst. He has
t io n a n d R u n n i n g T r u a to F o r m W ill
In N o v e m b e r ae a t M a n y P r a v ie u e
gone! That Falls City will re
E le c t io n ! In d ig n a n t l y S m it e T h o a e
turn to her old-time prosperity
W h o W it h o u t J u s t ic e L a y C la im to
there is no doubt.
Fe d eral
E n t ir e ly
R a a a rv e
o n th e S t a t ie t ie a l
R e p u b lic a n
R e e e a rc h
W a e h in g t o n
Sept. 2 5 - 3 0 , Inc
H u g h e e ’ B p e e ch e e H a v e C o n
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AT RIGHT PRICES
New Outings marked at the old price o f 10c a yard
New Warner Corsets priced from $1.00 up
New Silk Art Thread 10c, $1.00 a box
SPECIALS IN GROCERIES
Canned String Beans
will be on sale
from all sta
tions in Ore
gon, Sept. 21
to 30th with
fin a l return
limit of Oct.
cre te E ffe ct.
A d m in ia t r a t io n .
Is President Wilson trying to
deceive the voters? Or is his
single one-track mind unable to
differentiate between what con
stitutes war and what consti
tutes peace. When'McKinley was
President the casualties among
the sailors and marines engaged
in fighting was 84, o f whom 16
were killed and 68 wounded. It
was called war then.
Under Wilson, who says he has
kept the country out o f war, the
casualties among the soldiers and
sailors engaged in fighting in
Mexico. San Domingo and Hayti
were 107. A t Vera Cruz 19 sail
ors and marines were killed and
9*> wounded, In the Hati cam
paign four marines were killec,
and in the Santo Domingo cam
paign four marines, including one
officer, were killed.
This is how President Wilson
has kept the country out o f war.
More sailors and marines killed
in fighting since President W il
son has been “ keeping us out o f
w ar” than were killed during the
whole Spanish-American War, to
say nothing about the citizens
killed by stray shots across the
border. Why doesn’ t the Presi
dent tell the truth about it? H i
can't fool the people when the
records o f the N avy Department
S a le m , O re.
Ita G r a t it u d e — E v e n th e M u c h T o u t
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[8t«te Fair Grounds]
AN UNBIASED VIEW.
Com m ent
That “ No c l« » » la more Instant than
labor to condemn and punish those
New York Evening Post:
who without foundation lay claim to
It Is Idle even for the Democrats to
Its gratitude" la the aaaertlnn of John claim that Mr Hughes' speeches have
Wllltama, ex-oommlaaloner o f labor, not lieen effective.
Whether or not
apropos o f certain false claim* aet they have seemed ao to the voter* in
forth by Vance McCormick. Democrat
the west and northwest I* something
Ic national chairman. In tiehalf o f hi* very difficult to Judge at this distance,
but It is not to lie denied that right
Chairman McCormick caused to be here In Washington Mr Hughes' utter
published In the New York Times, on ancea have had a very concrete effect
L i v e Stock,
July 31. an appeal for Progressive and It Is an III wind that blows no good
Labor aupport, based on "twenty Tbe rumpus that Mr. Hughes has
measure* enacted by congress m bile stirred up about civil service reform
President Wilson has l*een In the has really got under tbe akin o f tbe
W hile Houae.” and for which he administration. It Is something which
claims credit for the Wilson adminis
the president snd his political advisers
tration and asks Progressive approba
many o t h e r
carelessly Ignored Bo It Is with s por
tlon. Commenting on this statement,
tion o f Mr. Hughes' criticism o f the
the former commissioner o f labor say*
Mexican policy. When he argues that
"Student* and promoter* o f sound
the paramount duty of the United
social legislation w ill do well To exam
States Is to protect It* citizens abroad ,
Ine this Hat. for It contains a number
o f Items o f tiniuenal Interest.
ing on unimpeachable ground
"W e may well believe that It wa*
the administration knows It. The e f I
with a great deal o f pride that Mr Mc
Cormick contemplated the record of feet certainly of Mr Hughes' remarks
hla party and thjit ho drew a vivid will be to atlffpn the hand o f the ad
mental picture o f Prosre»slve* flocking ministration In dealing with a ques
to the aupport o f Mr. Wilson because tion o f protection for Americans
o f the thing* clalnwd on behalf o f this abroad
H U G H E S’ LA B O R RECO RD.
“ It la a pity that In the Interest of
When Mr. Gnmpers, remembering |
truth, which knows neither Democrat.
Progressive nor ltc| nblloan, we must only that b" la a Democrat and forget- !
luar till* remarkable statement N ev ting that he Is a leader o f organized j
agent for fares
ertheless It la our duty to call atten labor. ventured to as«ert that Mr
tion to the fact that in hi* effort to in
etc. or write
duce aupport for Mr. Wilson the chair he concurred In the unanimous deol
slon In the Dsnbury haliers' case, he
man o f the Democratic national com
ventured on very thin Ice. The ChPago
nilttee has fallen Into a glaring error
JOHN M SCOTT.
W e have no desire to dlspnrage the Tribune promptly reminds him that an
achievements o f the "Wilson adminis honest Judge must apply the law »s he
General Passenger Agent
tration, but we must «'liter emphatic thinks It Is. not a* he thinks It ought
protest against any attempt to pad the I to he. and asks him to tell these who
look to him for political advice some
McCormick, claims ‘twenty thing about the record o f Mr. Hughes
measures enacted by congress while as governor. Read what the Legislative
I’resldent. Wilson ban been In the Labor News, the official organ of the
The new county bridge near W hite House.' Tlrts claim w e dispute. New York Federation of Labor, said
editorially when Mr. Hughes left the
Independence fell o f its own More than one h alf are measure* en- governor's (hair at Albany for his
ncted under a Republican admlnlatra
weight Wednesday after the false tlon and w ere a'iproved l»y ex-Presl- place on the supreme court. Here It Is:
"N ow that Governor Hughes lias re-
work was removed. The contract ilent Taft, and fo r others the Demo
\ tired from politics and ascended to a
price was $6,300, all of which has
place on the highest Judicial tribunal
been paid and the contractors
"Lest any one think that this I* a j In the world, the fact can be acknowl
were not put under bond. So says groundless assertion, w c herewith fur edged without hurting anybody's pollt-
I leal corns that he was the greatest
the Itemizer. Business methods, nlsh the record, which can easily be friend o f labor lawa that ever occupied rles o f reasonable and Tionest In fer
ence," and making it possible, if sus
“ From among the tw enty pieces of | the governor's chair at Albany. During tained. for congress to legislate over
legislation cited by Chairman McCor bis tw o terms he has signed fifty six "every particular o f the Industrial or
labor laws. Including among them the
mick 1 select the fallow ing:
ganization and action o f tbe country."
"(1) Eight hour kiw cm gervernment best labor laws ever enacted In this or That, we must confess, has also been
Report of the condition of the
work. In effect March 1. 1013. Signed
the Evening Post’s view.
"H e also urged tbe enactment of
by Mr. Taft.
"(2) Eight hour provision for post- labor laws In his messages to the legis old fogies, dating back to the time
*1 Kalla City, In the Bute ol Oregon, at
lature. even going so far as to place
the cloae ol bitalneaa Kept 12th, 1910:
the demand for a labor law in one of when It was the custom to have fixed
beliefs snd principles and stick to
"(3) Eight hour provision applicable hla messages to sn extra session of tbe them.
Loana and dlacounti
to the manufacture o f ordnance for tbe legislature.
Honda and warrant«
The senator has evidently not read
"Only 1B2 labor laws have been en
government. In effect Jan. 1, 1013
Furniture, and flxturea
Mr Wilson's letter In explaining his
Due Irom banka.(not reerrve banka) 8,989.89
Signed by Mr. T a ft.
change o f front on the tariff commis
Due Iroui approved reaerve banka 11.028,87
“ (4) Children's bureau
In effect 1777— In 133 year*. One-third o f these, sion— that It is only a narrow mnn
Checka and other caab ttenia
April 0, 1012. Signed by Mr. Taft.
whose mind Is stupidly closed to new
Caab on hand
"(SI Industrial commission Isw to In have been enacted and signed during Ideas, who doe* not alter his opinions.
Ex | ease«
vestigate Industrial relations. In effect
By this test Mr. Wilson Is obviously
and nine months."
|79,i2ftl Aug. 23. 1012. Signed by Mr Tnft.
one o f the broadest minded men this
"(ffi The phosphorous match law
country has ever produced, for he has
15.000 00 Enacted In 1012. effective as to the Im what the Chicago Tribune says on this changed his mind to date on the tnttla-
Capital atock paid In
4.000.00 portation off white pb osphorous matches point: "M r. Hughes Is no demagogue
tire. referendum, recall, woman suf
Undivided profile, leas expenaea
July 1. 1013, and n s to the manufac and'no visionary. H e Is a man of cour frage, the tariff coni mission. tariffs for
and (fcaea paid
9.702.ft9 ture o f such m k t( hes July 1, 1013. not confide Its cause to his rook bot revenue only, s permanent diplomatic
Poatal aaving* bank deposits
Signed by Mr. T a ft .
Individual deposits subject to
service beyond politic*, the merit sys
“ (7) The denartl nent o f labor law tom Americanism there Is something
028.80 creating a departm ent with a secretary wrong with Its cause."—Boston H er tem In the civil service, the proper
Demand certldratee o l Deposit,
place o f Tnmmany Hall In the scheme
ft M «
Time end saving depoalta
who shall bg a member o f the presi ald.
o f the universe, child labor legislation,
<79.120.18 dent's cabinet. In effect March 4,1013.
T otal ,
preparedness. Bryan, a continental ar
State ol Oregon )
TH E G R EA TEST OF RE ADJU STERS
Signed by > jr. Ta ft.
County ol Folk, ) **•
my—but why continue? It Is a long
“ (8) T h e parcel, post law. In effect
I, R. O. White, Aet. Caebler ol the above-
enough list to prove that Mr. Wilson's
named bank, do solemnly swear that the
Jan. 1. 1013. Signed by Mr. Taft.
political views sre not fossilized by
above statement Is true, to the beat ol uiy
"(O', The federal reserve law, which,
any fear o f Inconsistency.
knowledge and ballet.
w b'.i* passed during this ndmintstrn j the discovery that Fresldent Wilson
R. <i. WHITE. Assistant Cashier.
Hr m. Is based entirely on the vast work ! has completely reversed himself In tho
Subscribed and sworn to belore me this
F jf Investigation and compilation done matter o f the proposed child labor
16th day ol Sept. 1918.
by the monetary commission during j law. Senator Borah was nble to show
(L .8 )
W F NICHOLS
The students of the Rosburg
the T a ft administration . and closely ! that Mr. Wilson described this legis
School resent the dismissal
Commission expires Oct. 0.1919
follows, except In certaW details, the lation In his "Constitutional Govern
legislation recommended by that com ment” as unconstitutional and “ ob of Rev. C. H. Cleaves and greeted
viously absurd extravagance,” carrying
Ira O. Mehrllnx
the new Principal, H. 0. Bennett
M. I. Thompson,
r Directs rs
“ (10) The eight hour law for the T>!s- the congresaional power to regulate
* 0. White
fathered Bad ! spmiqercf £eyonjj. Jbe ‘‘yitmost hounds- with hisses.
---- -------- J tjrlft _oJ_C2 lumhlA
3 Cans Astor Milk
3 Boxes Quaker Corn Flakes
SELIG’S, Cash Price Store,
“ Meeting and Beating Competition”.
Bank o f Falls City
WELL, I RECKON HE W IL L FIND OUT NEXT NOVEMBER!”