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    PALLS CITY NEWS
VOI* XIII
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FALLS CITY
OREGON, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 14, 19IK
No. 7
towns. In towns no larger than DR. HARVEY W. W ILEY
PEACE AT ANY PRICE
Falls City canning factories, box
TO VO TE FOR HUGHES.
The mill company have resumed
factories and many other small
operations here to the extent that
H* Say* Wilton Ha* Failed to Enforeo
industries havo been induced to
Kil. from I'll I I.A lifcl.fll I \ N. AMERICAN
Puro Food La«*.
on Tuesday the first train-load of
locate. What is the matter with
‘ ‘ Early in his term President
logs wan dum|>ed in the pond.
" I favor the election o f Mr Hughes
Falls City?
!
Wilson,
perhaps in a whimsical
This is some relief, and certainly
to the Prealdeiicjr for entirely different
reaaona than those held by moat o f hi* | mood, perhaps under an unwont­
will soon he followed by more ac­
It is rumored that a German U- * importer*. It I* not because of tha ed impulse o f candor, made the
tivities on the part of the mill com­
boat is responsible for the destruc­ Meilcan policy nor the foreign policy public observation that he was
pany. The plainer is idle now,
tion o f the Independence bridge. of the administration nor by reason of the possessor o f “ single track
presumedly on account o f the car
A t least, a note should be sent the Ita domestic policies. It I* becauaa of mind,” The remark had an en­
shortage, hut this shortage can
the apparent Indifference of the admin­
Kaiser and give him an opiwrtu- istration o f President Wilson to the gaging apperance o f modesty,
•
not last always. The fruit and
nity to disavow the act. In the cause o f pur* food« and drug*. Prac­ but it was really in the nature o f
grain will soon have been market­
tically all of the abuses which were
The idea he
ed and then many cars will be mean time the road roller could lujected Into the pure food law by the self-appreciation
be armored and a target rifle fore preceding administration* are at III In meant to convey was, we think,
turned loose. It seems that our
and a ft in the event war was de­ force. Henzoate of aodn Is »till reg that he was animated always by
hopeB o f le tte r times for Falls
nunr. The fume* o f burning sulphur
clared.
singleness o f purpose, that in all
City are about to be realized.
are marching along undisturbed. Ther*
emergencies
he moved direct and
la evidently a lull In the activities of
The County Court has served the administration o f the law. A wall- unswerving to his objective;
notice on Tobins & Stevens, con­ known beverage, declared by the su­
A MISNOMER
“ An uncharitable critic made
tractors
for the ill-fated Independ­ preme court misbranded and amenable
Our registrar, Mrs. I. G. Single-
to the food law haa not been molested. the comment to us that the intel­
ton was called to Socialist Valley ence bridge, that unless they re­ No attempt haa been made to enforce lectual trackage scheduled by Mr.
last Saturday to register the vo­ sume work within ten flays and the law In regard to the bleaching of Wilson was at least ample for all
flour
The repeal o f the mixed flour
ters. On the way over she ment­ repair and finish the bridge that law, that aplendld aafeguard to the rolling stock operated, particular­
ally rc-heursed a little s(>eech that the County will take charge and purity of our bread, haa been tacitly ly as he was furnished with a high
she might “ beard the Socialist in do the work charging it up to the approved by the treasury department. ' speed turntable at each end. A t
"Sir. Hughes In his activities on the
his lair.” and do some evangelical contractors. Probably that is just supreme court has stood like a atone i any rate, the characterization of
wall for the proper administration of I his mental processes has been
in the interst o f the Republican what the contractors want.
the food law. I believe his election
party. But to, and behold, every
generally accepted, and its accu­
would see a radical change In the a lti­
mothers’ son o f them, and daugh­
ANNOUNCEMENT
tude o f the government toward* pure racy attested by many impressive
ter too, registered
Republican.
food and pure drugs, so vital to the evidences.
>
Having sold out my stock of welfare o f our people. For this reason
There was nothing to indicate that
“ It is easy to press a metaphor
merchandise and retired from I sincerely hope that Mr. Hughes may
Socialist or Democrat had ever
too far, and we recall this one
business I desire to thank my l>e chosen as our next president.
cast a shudow athwart the beau­
" I should expect Mr Hughes as pres­
friends for their patronage dur­ ident to have the same attitude toward only to apply another plausable,
tiful landscape.
/
ing my business career in Falls the pure food and drug law that be had interpretation. The president’ s '
as
a
Judge
on
the
bench
and
to
appoint
phrase suggests that there is be- j
City. My business relations with
a secretary o f agriculture with subor­
RECKLESS
the public have always been very dinate officer* who would be enthusi­ hind all o f his public policies and
G. D. Treat is very reckless in pleasant and it is with a feeling astic and earnest I d the enforcement judgements one pervading habit i
handling Wilson’s picture.
He o f regret that I leave for other of the pure food law for the benefit of ot thought, a single principle o f
the physical, mental and moral wel­ conduct. It is enlightening, there
has it on exhibition near his A rt fields.
fare of our people.”
fore, to analyze some o f his im­
All unpaid accounts will be left
Exhibit of Dr. Hess’ Stock Food
portant
actions, to see if there
and Fly Killer and one can hardly for collection with my successors + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
appears
in the precipitations an
♦
determine if Dr. Wilson is an as­ and an early settlement will be +
+ W E S H O U L D C O N S ID ER
+ element common to all, a central
pirant for the presidency or ex­ appreciated as I intend to leave +
W H A T IS R I G H T ,
+
idea which would explain and
ploiting some new Breakfast Food Falls City by the first o f Nov.
+
T H E N DO IT . +
W io h ilt ft
j x»\m « * 1 1 1
|> • — • ■ • n * » • » J '
•
-
X
illuminate
his purposes.
for the animals.
+
“Our j o v i m m i m ■* uassu « „
prosperity. I am.
+ the idea that w# hav* Lagiala- + . “ To some extent we have done ployes a force which had not been plead that the situation was too
Una arivi »•»» • — — — - — r
Sincerely.
+ turss to investigate, to consider +
“ These men, with an assur­ '"atififlliRfc’ttrtift thpupr^(ifiajtIia
Both Republicans and Demo­
demonstration. The overshado-
+
whet
io
right
end
to
do
what
is
+
J. C. T A LB O T T .
ance
which suggested that they absolutely just, recall the far
+ right. It is based on the idea that + ing characteristics in Mr. Wilson’s
crats seem to be extracting much
+ publio opinion is formed from +
had
carefully
studied the charac­ more desperate conditions in the
manner o f dealing with acute
satisfaction from reports of straw
+ discusoion of questions, and that +
ter
with
which
they had to deal, coal strike o f 1902. Then a great
M
AN
AN
A.
superficiality; a
votes thet these parties have ma­
+ we con com* possibly to right + problems {ire
Manana, which I* Mexican for
announced
that
on the main’issue struggle had been in progress for
+ solutiona. It la not basod on the + heedlessness o f fundamentals; a
nipulated.
“ watchful waiting.” Is the l*e®ocrntlc
+ ,ds* that tbs Government must +
—
the
eight
hour
day—they were five months. The railroad ¡man­
hasty seizure upon temporary ex­
keynote in the campaign. The Wilson
+ act without knowing th* justice +
immovable.
The
would not arbi­ agers and the miners were com­
When you feel inclined to speak drive la to begin “ some time" after + and merits of the cause in which + pedients. regardless o f the future;
Sept. 1. but no definite engagements
trate;
they
would
not consent to mitted to a fight to a finish; the
+ it sots."— Mr. Hughes in His + an indolent belief that any patch-
ill o f anyone just consider that per­
have been made. It Is announced, for |
submit
their
cause
to any tribu­ workers were ready to arbitrate,
+
Spsscli
at
Portland,
Main*.
+
work devises o f accommodation
haps the person in question has him to commence making political
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + -F + + + +
nal,
presidential,
judicial
or pop­ but their antagonists swore they
speeches.
He
has
tentative
engage-
reason to look upon vou with even
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + is preferable to arduous endeavor ular; the would not abate their would keep the mines closed Vra-
roenta to make soma western visits
less favor.
+ to find a permanent settlement.
about tha middle o f September, but +
demands nor postpone by one til they had conquered, tho the
T H E R E S H O U L D B E NO A C ­ *
nothing positive.
Plans are being
‘ ‘ An accurate index to his
T IO N U N D E R PRESSURE,
+
hour its enforcement thru the public suffered untold hardships.
formulated for carrying on a cam­
Why shouldn’t the members of
U N D E R D IC TA TIO N .
+ thought was his reply to one who
paign to capture the woman Tote of
“ President Roosevelt, l i k e
nation-wide
miseries o f a strike.
+ asked him what he would do in
he railroad brotherhood want to the country, but who will make the
“ The effect was immediate. President Wilson intervened; and
+
‘‘We
have
one
priceless
treas­
case his irreducible demands upon
ee Wilson re-elected? When a speeches on this phase of the contro­
ure in this country, and that is +
President Wilson, who begun as he intervened, not in a threaten-
versy has not been determined.
It
hey want a raise o f wages its has been expected that Mr. Bryan
the reign of good judgment after + Germany should lead to actual
a mediator, was transformed into j ed ¡conflict, but in actual war,
publio discussion. In the tong + defiance. “ I never, ” he answered
‘Woodrow, get busy.” Hughes would speak In the Maine campaign,
an advocate, for all the purposes ! embitered by passion, by violence
history of th* people, victory +
“ permit my mind to dwell on
night not be so easily intimidated. but It la now believe«! he cannot do to.
*
after
victory
has
been
won
over
of
the conference, he became ’ and bloodshed. He met on one
but will make Borne speeches later.
He acts for
tyranny and fore*. Ws have a + such a possibility.”
And ao It goes. Watchful waiting will
forthwith one o f the leaders o f side, precisely the same uncom-
frs* press, w* have a free form + to-day, and lets to-morrow take
According to ' ‘eminent" Demo- prevail, while In the meantime Mr.
the unions. Their own official I promising rejection o f arbitration
of public discussion, to ths end + care o f itself.
Politically speak­
rats, Hughes, Fairbanks, Burton Hughes Is carrying on a positive cam­
+
that
there
may
be
a
general
un­
statement
leaves nothing on this which confronted President Wil-
paign and arousing the entire western
ind the balance o f the bunch of ] country.
derstanding of our activities and ♦ ing, he isan inveterate disbeliever
son. But he had the power to
point to conjecture.
a general appreciation of what is ♦ in a hereafter.
tepublican wind-jammers, have
compel submission, and used it.
“
We
have
steadily
refused
to
necessary to th* improvement of ♦
>een making "lots o f Democatic ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
“ In a word his traits as an arbitrate the establishment o f an In the name o f the people o f the
our conditions. Ws may disagree +
♦
’otes” by their speeches, yet the ♦
about this measure or that, but + executive are all the products of eight hour work day. supported United States he declared that
♦
“ I don't cars, If 1 am alactad ♦
w* hav* confidence in the pub­ ♦ an intense aversion to trouble.
)emocrats find fault.
t president, what becomes of my ♦
in this by the president o f the the adversaries would arbitrate,
lic judgment in the long run. ♦
t personal political fortunes. I +
The essence o f Wilsonism is a
or the government would reopen
Hence
ther*
ie
one
thing
which
♦
United States.
♦ propose that w* shall.have no +
we must always maintain, and + passion for peace at any price
The city schools have started off ♦ more, if I can stbp It, of thqge ♦
“ It would be outrageous to the mines and furnish fuel to the
ms and I’ll kit* you' ap- +
that is that there shall be no ♦
under very favorable circumstan­ f 4 ‘kiss
“ This too familiar phrase will charge, o f course, that President suffering nation. And they did
propriatlona
in Congress."— +
action on tho part of our elected +
ces and is up to the students to t From Mr. Hughes’ Speech at ♦
and fourteen years
representatives,
taken
under + recall to the reader many crises Wilson, deliberately struck down arbitrate,
♦
pressure, under dictation. Wa + o f the last two years but we have the principles o f arbitration thru peace founded upon justice has
make the best o f their opportuni­ t Chicago,
♦
♦
must know what th* facts are + in mind the most recent and not
ty and the parents to see that they
treacherous hostility. We read­ reigned in the anteracite region.
and what justice require*."— Mr. +
put forth their best efforts; the
“ Whether Mr. Wilson would
Hughes in Hi* Speech at Port- + the least menacing, the contro­ ily concede that he sincerely be­
S O U T H - I N - S A D D L E IN N A V Y .
teachers can not do it all.
land, Maine.
+ versy between the railroads and lieves in that rational method of have been equally successful we
+
averting strife. But he was face cannot know. But the truth is
Out of th* 17 Ranking Officers In
++++++++++++++++++ their employes.
It is reported that Balderee’s
Charge ef Naval Affairs 12
“ A great strike being immi­ to face with a threat o f conflict, that he did not try; or. trying,
Ar* From 8outh.
camp will be moved to Falls City
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + nent, he wisely interposed the and nothing suggested itself to lacked the force or sincerity o f
To Joseph»* Daniela, who haa repre-
in the near future. They have
power o f his office as representa­ him save surrender. As he con­ purpose to impress his hearers.
lented the Administration’* Policy
NO O N E W A S A F R A I D O F
about six week’s logging at the kith regard to tbo first line defense, la
tive o f the third party in the dis­ fessed to Congress: “ To stand Principle, the far reaching conse­
H A ITI.
old camp and tnen they will begin -redlted reaponatbUlty for cramping
pute, the public, upon whom firmly for the principle of arbi­ quences o f a hasty decision, the
operations on Dutch Creek. The ind thwarting progress and efficiency
would fall the chief suffering. tration, and yet not get arbitra­ requirements o f economic science
Halt!
did
not
behave
as
badly
n the navy.
camp will be moved here to be Many new men hav# been brought
to us as Mexico behaved; but Mr.
the lack o f convincing data upon
He demanded, as was his {right, tion, seems futile.”
Wilson Intervened, tought the +
nto the Washington end of the navy
near this body o f timber.
which to base judgement— all
“
This
seemed
a
frank
avowal,
that
the
contending
parties
should
Halllens, shedding their blood +
>rganlzat1on. O f the seventeen high
these
considerations were obscur­
but
its
fatal
defect
was
that
Mr.
settle
their
differences
peacebly.
and
the
blo«Hl
o
f
our
troops,
took
+
•a king officers who are charged with
When a stranger comes to town he responsible duties o f administering
possession and now has our arm- + for it was intolerabie that trans­ Wilson did not “ stand firmly” for ed in his mind oy the one fact
ed forces In control ot Haiti and +
try and make it pleasant for him. he affairs o f the navy twelve are from
He had power to that a powerful interest threat­
dlrectlng Its government.
His + portation, the very life blood of arbitration.
Don’t begin to cuss the town and he Southern states. In years gone by
enforce
it,
but
put aside the ened war on behalf o f its de­
course
of
action
In
Haiti
can
be
+
the
nation’
s
existance,
should
be
lecesslty did not arise to question
everybody in it for it is possible ’rum what section come the officer*
defended only If his course of ac- + interrupted by reason o f a quar­ weapon unused.
It is a fact the mands; and he decided offhand
tlon In Mexico Is unqualifiedly +
he may imagine that you are a ■bosen to head the bureaus o f the
brotherhood
leaders,
while confi­ for peace at any price.
rel
between
the
two
interests
re­
condemned; for such action was + |
fair sample of the citizenship and S’avy Department. Comparlslona be-
far
more
needed
In
Mexico
than
+
dent
that
thy
would
impose
their . “ In achieving this he revealed
sponsible
for
its
free
operation.
ween the army and navy in this re-
take the first train out. The town ipect w ill show that no such conditions
In Haiti. But there was n differ- +
will upon him, were dumfounded anew that other besetting weak­
“
His
attitude
at
first
was
abso­
ence In the tw o cases; ind to Mr. +
is just what you make it, no bet­ •xlst In the war Department
ness, his habit o f delivering per­
Wilson It waa a vital difference. + lutely correct and convincingly by the ease with which they ac­
ter, no worse.
Haiti waa weaker than Mexico. + vigorous. But very early in the complished that end
They fired sonal opinions as tho they had
It Is true, a* Vice President Marshall
No on« was afraid of Haiti.— +
one argumentive volley, straight­ the force and sanctity o f estab­
-emarked. that the Hughes spt^ch of
From the Speech of Colonel + conference—the public does not
Falls City needs more business icceptanoe "had all the length and tone
He put the power o f
Roosevelt Delivered at Lewiston, + know how soon, altho it was af way the white flag fluttered over lished law.
his
office
behind
the union’s de-
enterprises; more merchants to fill I >f a dissenting opinion." But be «unit­
Mnlne. In Behalf o f Charles E. +
ter only a few hours—he con­ the executive intrenchments.
ed to add that the dissenting opinion
Hughes.
+
up the empty business houses and i hus expressed la that o f the American
“ Let those who are inclined to
( Concluded on page 4. )
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + fronted in the committee o f etn-
keep trade from going tc other
UNLOADING LOGS
Procure Your Winter
Needs Now
Regardless of the fact that Cottons and
Woolens are still going up, we bought early
and you will notice very little difference in
our selling prices at present; future buying
is bound to show a raise.
We are well prepared to serve you in
Woolen Dress Goods, Ginghams,
Percales,
Outings, Underwear, Mackinaws, Etc.
OUR 6R0CERY PRICES ARE
T H E LO W E S T IN TOWN
SELIG’S, Cash Price Store,
“ Meeting and Beating Competition".
A