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Riialneaa Notice». J canta a Una: For 8ala, Rant.
Exchange. Want and Pay Bntartainment No
lle «». 5 eta. a Una. Card ofThanka fiOota; Lags
Sotlcra, legal rates
Of CURRENT WEEK
Brief Resume of General News
from All Around the Earth.
UNIVERSAL HAPPENINGS IN A NUTSHQJ
Copy for new ads andebangeeshould be aant
to Th# Newa not later than Wednesday.
Live News Items of All Nations and
Official Nawacaper of the City ef Falla CIO
Pacific Northwest Condensed
I s s u e d E v e r y S aturday M orning
for Our Busy Readers.
OFFICIAL DIEECTOEY OF FALLA CITY
L o n d o n C r o w d H u n t i n g R e lic s o f Z e p p e l i n W r e c k e d in S u b u r b s .
Oregon Has Overlooked Many
Valuable Permanent Resources
University of Oregon. Eugene.—
Among the coming great industries of
Oregon, II. It. Miller classes flax grow-
lug. milk condensing, manufacture of
fertilizer, raising of broccoli, and
manufactures from lumber. Mr. Stiller
Is director of the state university
school a>f commerce, which makes In
vestigations of markets and possibili
ties for Industries.
Broccoli ho pronounced well adapted
to the Willamette valley climate, an
excellent shipper, and usable when all
other green vegetables urn gone.
The sources of fertiliser may be
two: from the nitrogen of the air and
from the beda of certain south central
Oregon lukes, notably Bummer and
For the manufacture of fertiliser
from the sir, Mr. Miller xuld great
development of Oregon's 3.250.000 Idle
horsepower would be necessary; and
this horsepower, he said, would play
(lie greatest purt In future economic
"Oregon made a great mistake when
it went extensively Into the apple busi
Thousands on thousands of London- brought down the first Zeppelin to be j the retie hunters dug Into the ground ness." said Mr. Miller. "Oregon's spe
ers have journeyed to the spot where successfully attacked in England. Most, to find small pieces.
cial adaptation to apples was skilled
Lieutenant William Leefe Robinson of the ruin had been swept off. but |
labor. Skilled labor is transferable,
and so today Other MOtlOM nearer the
M| markets are producing ae good
fruit as Oregon, with Oregon unable
to meet the competition because of
Statistics show the number of auto
mobile accidents is decreasing steadi
ly as compared with the number of
machines in use.
Held Marshal von Hindenburg. chief
of the general staff, celebrated his
69th birthday at headquarters on the
eastern front Wednesday.
C. E. McPherren. Auditor and Police J
Imitation pearls have become an im
Walter L. Toose Jr.. City Attorney.
portant article of manufacture recent
Pat Murphy, Marshal and Water Supt.
ly In Barcelona. Spain. During 1915
M. L. Thompson. Treasurer
they were manufactured there to the
Dr. P. M. Uellwarth. Health Officer.
value of over $121.000, as against $4000
TheCouncil meets tn regular seaslon on the flret
Monday night of each month, at 7 JO o'clock, in
In their latest raid on Bucharest,
the office of the Palls City News.
says the Times' Bucharest correspond
ent. the German aeroplanes dropped
proclamations declaring that the city
will be laid in ruins soon, unless Rou-
m&nia hastens to make a separate
P H Y S IC IA N
Washington, l). O.—Generally pros-
Roumanian troops have gained a
Halvor Steenerson. after completing porous
day movablu school* will
F. M. HELLW ARTH
tooting on the right bank of the Dan
an investigation begun in Washington1 throughout the Pacific Coast III the be conducted by the extension service
ube river south of Bucharest, says
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
relative to the big advance in th e; federal reserve monthly bulletin. Of of the Oregon Agricultural college
the official statement issued by Ger
price of binder twine this year and the conditions on the north coast, the but- throughout the year, the type of school
man general headquarters concerning
Office one door east of P. O.
work being changed during the various
the fighting in Transylvania and Do-
further advance that is expected next Jet in says:
defence Phone 368
year, has returned to Fergus Falls.
"Grain crops, though of less than
Any local organization, auch as a
According to statistics for the year
"The binder twine situation is in the the usual volume, are commanding farmers' union, grange or other or
1915, the population of Russia has in
control of the Commission del Merca such prices that the money returns ganization In which farmers of the
creased more than 53,000,000, or 42
do de Hennequln Regulndure of Yuea are above the uormul. Although there community are Interested, may pro
per cent, since 1897. It increased,
tan, the representative said.
[ have been largo shipments of wheat mote a movable school. In counties
more than 3,800.000, or more than 2
having county agunts. It la necessary
per cent, since 1914. The total popu
ami controls absolutely the world's **y full from the I settle Northwest to to arrange for the school through
lation is set down as 182,182,600.
supply of sisal, out of which binder the east, muny farmers have not yet them. Much organizations or persons
The first case of infantile paralysis
twine is made. This trust wus organ sold, holding In the expectation of Interested In securing a movable
in six years in Walla Walla, Wash.,
ized by the military governor of Yuca higher prlt.eB Th„
crop fe„ school, should take up the matter with
the extension service, Oregon Agricul
was reported Wednesday, the 3-year- Chicago Believed to Be Center for tan, who controls i t The orgunlza ,
. . . .
tion was approved by Carranza and considerably short of the earlier estl- tural college, Corvallis.
old child of C. C. Eubanks being ill
Big Syndicate— Expose Result
Owing to the heavy demand made
with the disease. The case is not
the trust wus financed in the United mates, but with the carry over there
F. D ro e ge. P ro p rie to r
serious, and physicians are taking ev
States with the approval of the state were approximately 350.000 tuna (near- for this type of work the past few
years and to the failure of some points
ery precaution to prevent spread of
1 ly 15,000,000 bushels) beyond domes to meet the expectations of the or
'Norman l.lnd. whose father. John ,
Lind, was sent as President Wilson's tlc requirements and available for ex ganizers and the extension service, a
B A R K E R SHOPS
The rebellion in the Dutch East In
few special requirements are being
Chicago. — "More than $1.000,000 personal representative to Mexico, is port. Prices are $8 and $10 a ton made of all communities requesting
dies is being quelled, according to
This higher than last yeur.
official dispatch received by the gov changes hands every day as a result its American representative.
trust already has doubled the price of
ernment. The rebels in the district of racing handbook operations in Cht-jg|aa|
1. Organize a class of not fewer
t0 the state of Minnesota, which J ''The apple crop of California, Ore-
Falls City, Oregon
near Mocaratebi have surrendered.
means an extra tax of at least 10 cents Kon ,ult* Washington Is estimated at than twenty people for a one day
Three brigades of infantry inflicted cago," said United States District At
school and of not leas (ban forty per
W here you can $ tt a S h a v e , H a ir C a t, B a th
serious losses on a rebel force near torney Charles F. Clyne Thursday, who an acre in Minnesota. This money 5,800.000 barrels, which is a little sons for a longer school, these people
o r ‘ Sh in e*
Zemabce on September 26.
declared he had positive information Carranza."
agreeing to attend all sessiona re
A i e n t For D a lla s Steam l a a n d r y
tlonal and high prices are ruling.
Bun talea forwarded lu ead aj evening
Early winter, predicted by Indians of this.
“ Hops will yield about 280,000 bales,
2. Provide a room In which (o hold
and birds, arrived in Baker. Or., at 11
There is not that amount of money
o’clock Tuesday night, when snow fell involved in Chicago, he said, but gam
| or 20,000 bales more than last yeur. the school or a place for demonstra
in the city's streets. Little more than
I This is far in excess of domestic re- tion. take care of heat, light and Jani
tor service, aud furnish conveyance to
a trace fell in the city, but the snow blers of the city control betting to
quirements. The British embargo on and from (he railroad statlou for In
in the hills was heavy. It is the earli that extent throughout the country.
est snow in two years. No damage
While District Attorney Clyne was in New York state may treat persons exports has affected prices most un structors In charge of the work.
3 Furnish the demonstration ma
was done to crops, practically all be preparing
Mayor afflicted with disease without obtaln- favorably, bids of 10 to 12 cents com terial necessary for the type of school
M ARBLE AND G R A N ITE
Thompson indicated, after a confer licenses to practice medicine, provided paring, for example, with 43 % cents desired.
Tfie American Association of Wool ence with Chief Healey, that a num they conform to the tenets of the In 1911.
4. Agree to Issue 1000 copies of
en and Worsted Manufacturers tele
Christian Science Church. It was clear
“ Tho salmon pack of the Pacific program for the movable school and
graphed the department of commerce her of police officers will be transfer ly ruled in a decision handed down by
distribute these as Instructed.
protesting against the holding up of red as a result of Judge Landis' ex the court of appeals. The test case Coast, Including Alaska, Is about 20
5. To advertise the school as wide
the census report on dyestuffs. Sec pose.
"I understand," said the mayor which brought the decision was insti packer says that from the sellers' ly us possible throughout the com
retary Redfield replied that the report
F U N E R A L DIRECTOR
tuted In 1911 against Willis Vernon
JOJUD W l ,
was being withheld temporarily to af u!*ljao ijtqs HI-»
Cole, a Christian Science practltloner, polnt of view tho salmon markets of
The following lines of work will be
ford proper privacy to transactions of policemen to clean up the gambling convicted In 1912 of practicing medl
tho world are in better condition than taken up In movable school work dur
ing this year:
Postoffice authorities in cities fur cine illegally and fined $100.
at any time since 1900.
omy, poultry, dairy, animal husbandry,
Mason D. Hill, aged 94, of Port nished with racing news from Chicago Judgment was reversed, the fine order
home economics, and special aubjecta
Townsend, Wash., the oldest Oddfel were ordered to seize the records of ed remitted and a new trial ordered
by the higher court.
with expanding output.
as may seem desirable.
low in the world in years as well as the gamblers.
For further Information write the
“ There has been no material change
in membership, received a 70-year Jew
This action was taken as a result of
in the unsatisfactory condition of the extension service. Oregon Agricultural
el from his associates, the presenta a conference between District Attor
Potato Imports Guarded.
lumber Industry, lack of transporta- college, Corvallis, Oregon, or see the
tion being made by H. G. Merritt ney Clyne and General J. P. Stuart,
Washington, D. C.— With the potato tion facilities being the greatest handl- secretary In the Information booth at
grand master of Oddfellows of Wash chief postal inspector.
ington. Mr. Hill is the first Oddfellow
General Stuart immediately sent or crop so short that thousands of bush cap. Ships for the lumber trade, with state fair.
to be entitled to such a jewel.
ders to the postoffice authorities of els must be Imported for home use, i “ n
carry|,IK capacity of 30,-
000,000 feet, are now building on this
More than 2000 students registered Cleveland. St. Louis. Denver, Houston, the department of agriculture issued a : coag(
Ochoco Project is Passed.
for evening school work at 12 public New York and San Francisco to ferret statement warning importers of strict
Kalern.— Residents on the Ochoco
schools which opened for classes in out the records of the gamblers and regulations requiring permits for all
irrigation project In Crook county will
Portland Wednesday night. With the hold them.
Nations Protest Acts of Mexico.
“ Chicago is the hub of all this race shipments and examination at ports of
... . , A / _ ,,
vote on the question of bonding the
exception of three schools, all are well
project for $1,000,000 to secure funds
up to the average in attendance, and,
to carry out contemplated Improve
according to John C. Veatch, supervis
spections, notice is given that for the ment by the British and French em- ments. It became assured when the
or, a substantial increase Is expected.
present permits would be Issued only ba(,slcH a„ alnBt
af, „ nn ,.f ,h„ f ._r office of Slate Engineer Lewis ap
Nearly every nation was represented obtain the indictments of the gamblers for
the ports of Portland, Or Seattlo Da" slC8 “ gainst the action of tho ( ar- proved in its general features the re
in the registrations.
The only thing left to do is to present | San Francisco, Port Huron, Philadel ranza government In Mexico In seizing port of R. W. Rea, project engineer.
B R O W N -S IB L E Y A B S T R A C T CO:
Simultaneously with the announce our evidence before the federal grand phia, New York and Boston.
the assets of Jlritish and French bank Notice of the report's approval was
ment that 20.000 employes of the Jury."
610 M ill Street. Dallaa. Oregon.
ing institutions In the Mexican capi sent to the directors of the project.
JOHN B. SIBLEY, Manager.
Wholesale Clothiers’ Association of
Judge Landis discovered a poker
tal. These banks are closed as the re Tho project as approved by Engineer
Our abatract plant is potted dally
suit of the Carranza decrees, and It Lewis embraces 20,000 acres of land
working hours without loss of pay. a 184 North Clark street, when the first
Seattle, Wash.—The suit of the Chi Is declared that the Interests of British in Crook county. It Is proposed to
Polk Connty Record».
voluntary wage Increase of 2 % cents witness testified after the inquiry into
cago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railroad and French stockholders have been issue bonds on the basis of $60 an
an hour for employes of the operating gambling conditions was opened.
Ho far the state acre valuation for the project.
i t - 1? “ *!* _^,iec_te‘!
department all over the United States
The judge intimated later in the day against Sheriff Robert T. Hodge, to depart
merit has given no Indication of
was announced by Wilson & Co., Ar that he would investigate the baseball recover $2500 worth of liquor seized
what it will do.
mour & Co., Swift & Co., Libby, Mc pools also.
by the sheriff at Maple Valley Sep
Liquor Ship Off Astoria.
Neil & Co., and Morris & Co. The
Officials in Washington are aiding! tember 13 because shipped to a flctl-
gasoline launch Union,
Increases granted by the packers will in the investigation, and announce tlous address, was continued In a Jus-
Notice to News Subscribers
Many Mexicans Starving.
Daniel Hannulas’ "booze ship,” which
affect 60,000 men, while about 20,000 ment was made that the government tice court. The railroad had a lien on
Laredo, Tex.— Deplorable conditions sailed from Eureka a few days ago,
will be benefited by the reduction of might seek Indictments against certain the liquor for $158 freight charges.
hours In the clothing trades from 50 Chicago gamblers as violators of the] Sheriff Hodge testified that ho order- exist In I.arnpa/.os, 80 miles south of has arrived off the mouth of the river.
A mark here indicates that
to 48. To the packers the increase lottery and postal laws
ed the liquor destroyed because his j the border In Nuevo Leon, where 20 She dropped anchor about three miles
your subscription is delinquent.
will mean an additional payroll of $4,-
deputies were “ nibbling at It."
deaths from starvation occurred In two below the lightship, and well outside
000,000 a year. The action of both
Please call and fix it.
days, according to reports received the three-mile limit. The coast guard
Railroad Profits Grow.
garment makers and packers was vol
Million for Two Milk Plants.
hero. At least half of the crops have crew visited the craft and was pres
untary, it was announced. In neither
Louisville.—The Louisville & Nash
Seattle.—One million dollars rash
case was there threat of labor diffi ville Railroad company closed the
ented with several bottles of whisky,
was paid Thursday by Charles E. Pea been confiscated by the government a portion of which was turned over to
greatest year in Its history on June 30, body, former president of the Alaska for military purposes.
King Constantine of Greece is ready
women In Lampazos are unable to the Internal revenue officers. Officers
according to the report of President Steamship company, to the John 1!. clothe themselves properly, and chil are waiting In the lower harbor to
M r. Hom o Sookor—
to declare war on Bulgaria.
Agnew company of Seattle for the con
seize the "booze ship” If she comes
C O M E TO FA LLS C IT Y , O R I S O N 1
Pendleton, Or., whe t market is Milton H. Smith. Its gross operating densed milk plants of the company at dren of both sexes are virtually naked. Inside.
and Buy Orchard Land
practically at a standstill on account revenues for the fiscal year were $60,- Mount Vernon, Skagit county, and at
317,993, an Increase of $8,711,978 over Ferndale, Whatcom county. The Mount
of the shortage of cars.
Wheat Hits High Mark.
the previous year, and $411,526 over Vernon plant has a capacity of 3000
Girl Wins Trip to Fair.
Work progresses rapidly on the Ore- the year ending June 30, 1914. the best eases a day.
Chicago.— Highest prices this sea
Fendleton.— For tho second succes
gon-Washington interstate bridge, and
s,m were scored In the wheat market
the opening in the near future seems
Thursday as a result of increasing sive year, Carmine Jones, daughter of
The net income was $13,953,849, an
Brewer Offers Solution.
drouth damage In Argentina.
The a McKay creek farmer, last week won
S O U TH ER N PACIFIC COM PANY
Buffalo, N. Y.— A reduction In the j close was firm, 2 f i 2 % c to 2 % c net
The American Bankers’ Association
amount of alcohol in beer was advo higher, with December at $1.58% and first honors In the state wide turkey-
Passenger Train Schedule
Is alarmed over the report that live of its capitalization of $72,000,000.
cated by speakers at the 20th annual May at $1.57% f i % . Corn showed a raising contest. In connection with the
Effective Oct. 4,1914
stock production is not keeping pace
convention of the Master Brewers' as net advance of % to %@%e, and oats Industrial club work of schools. She
with the demand.
sociation. Hugh S. Fox, secretary of of % to L4@%c. Provisions finished
Richard Flower is Dead.
Is 14 years of sge. With three other
the United States Brewers’ associa at a range varying from 35 cents de
Umatilla county pupils she attended
Salem . . . 7:00 9.45
The threatened sympathetic strike
tion. declared that the solution of the cline to a rise of 2V4c.
of New York unions to aid the street throughout the country for stock-sell whole liquor problem would be prohl
the fair last week as guests of the
D allas. . . 8.15 11.02
state. Arthur Crone, of Upine, was
car men did not materialize as sched Ing operations, from which he was bltion of the sale of spirituous liquors
FallsCity. 8.50 11.35
Czar Gives Jews Schools.
uled, but leaders assert that many credited with having netted more than end license for the sale of beer and
awarded second prize In pig raising.
thousands have quietly quit their Jobs.
$1,000,000, dropped dead In a Hoboken
enjoy greater educational advantages
Dry* Gain Four Towns.
German aviators again dropped a theater Sunday. Relatives Identified
In Russia In the future. A series of
New Haven. Conn—The so-called
B l’k Rock
Vote by Mail Proposed,
great number of bombs on Bucharest, the body. Flower, who operated under
high schools and technical schools ex “ little town elections” in Connecticut
Madison, WIs.—Governor Phlltpp clusively for Jewish students is to he
Falls City. 9.30 1.26
according to German official state many aliases, was In turn lawyer,
were featured by lively contests over
D allas. . . 10.10 2.00
ment. This adds that several points preacher, "healer,” and "alchemist,1 has called a special session of the leg- established by the government and tho excise questions, and the "dry"
of the Roumanian capital “are still with a secret for the manufacture of Islature for October to pass an act per- greater freedom will be accorded with forces made a gain of four towns. Of
Salem . . . 1 1 .0 1 3.15
burning as the result of our previous rubles, and a Wall-street mine opera mitting soldiers on the Mexican border repect to their entry Into the univer the 168 towns In the state 91 are now
A. C. Powica*. AOIWT
tor. He was 73 years old.
| to vote by mall.
H. J. Griffin, Mayor.
R. M. Womierly, Councilman*at-Larga
G. W. Brentner,
George C. March,
C. J. Bradley,
I. G. Singleton.
C. L. Hopkins,
Binder Trust Has Absolute Control
BUSINESS GOOD IN NORIHWEST;
of World’s Supply, Says Steenerson
PRODUCERS REAPING BtNEfITS
Operations Believed to Have Extended
Throughout United States.
MILLION A DAY CHANGED HANDS
jfa lls C it^ liD o tc l
Bohle’ s Barber Shops
Christian Science Wins Right to Practice
G. L. H A W K I N S