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D. L. W OOD * SON,
OF CURRENT WEEK
Machine Gun From Wrecked German Zeppelin.
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Brief Resume of General News
from All Around the Earth.
UNIVERSAL HAPPENINGS IN A NUTSHEll
Live News Items of All Nations and
Pacific Northwest Condensed
I ssued E v e r y S a t u r d a y M o r n in g
for Our Busy Readers.
OFFICIAL D IM CTO ST OF FALLS C1TT
Japan is having great trouble choos
ing a new cabinet.
Chile will have the largest electrical
power plant In South America, with a
capacity of about 40.000-horsepower,
to supply mining operations.
State department officials say that
neither Germany nor United States
has violated international law in con
nection with the visit of the U-53.
The Russians are pressing their at
tacks in Galicia, but are meeting with
rheCouncl* m e*Uln regular aesslononthe flrul successful resistance by the Austro-
Monday night of each month, at 7 JO o’clock. In German forces, according to official
the office of the Falla City New*.
Two American ships, the Harvlta
and the Columbia, have been sunk, ac
cording to a dispatch received by the
Norwegian minister in Petrograd from
H. A. Falsen, the Norwegian consul-
P H Y S IC IA N
general at Archangel, Russia.
Kronstadt, leading Industrial and
F. M. H E LLW AR TH
commercial center of Transylvania,
which was occupied by Roumanians
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
on their entry into the war. has been
Office one door east of P. O.
recaptured by the Austro-German
Office and p i
forces, the war office announced.
Residence * DOD6 u b o
Dr. Arthur L. Hunt, who assisted
the local health department in observ
ing persons coming from communities
infected with infantile paralysis, died
in Washington of that disease. Dr.
Hunt, who was 39 years old, was
stricken last week.
The high cost of living hit the Port
land city jail Wednesday, when the
price of meals for prisoners jumped
S a m p le R oom s
from 14 cents to 16 cents each. Only
one bidder. Charles Trengove. made a
Boat A cco m m o d a tio n s
bid for the contract to feed the pris
F . Dr oege, P ro p rie to r
oners during the ensuing year.
Dr. J. B. Weinstraub of Chicago, was
shot and probably fatally wounded in
his office by Arthur McLaren, of Liv-
ingstown, Mont. McLaren was a pa
tient of the physician, and is said to
have been dissatisfied with his treat
F a lls C ity , O re g o n
Where yea cu get a Shave, lair Cat, Bath
Local agents of New York and Lon
don marine insurance companies an
Agent far Dallas Steam Laiadry
nounced that war risks on vessels and
Bundles forwarded Tuesday evening
cargoes out of New Orleans had been
entirely suspended for the present,
1 owing to the German submarine activ-
The British steamship Jupiter, of
2024 tons gross, is believed to have
G . L. HAW KINS
been sunk, according to an announce
M A R B L E AN D G R A N I T E
ment made at Lloyd's shipping agency.
The Jupiter was 285 feet long and
owned by the Hessler Shipping com
D a lla s , O regon
pany.' of West Hartlepool, England.
H. , Griflln, Mayor.
R. M. Wondcrly, Counci lmaa-nt-lar**
G. W. Brentner,
George C. March.
C. J. Bradley.
I. G. Singleton.
C. X. McPherren. Auditor and Polio* J'
Walter L. Too*e Jr.. City Attorney
Pat Murphy. Marshal and Water Bupt.
II. L. Thompson, Tresturur
Dr. F. M UeUwmrlh, Health Offiotr.
Bohle’s B arber Shops
F U N E R A L DIRECTOR
R. L. C H A P M A N
We attend to all work promptly.
Dallas and Falls City, Ora.
R E A L ESTATE
NEWS ITEMS WAR SUBMARINES
About Oregon CROSS AIIARTK
'Of General Interest)
at Falto CUT. Pul* CMUtT. Or*s«a.
Act «t OafrcM of March S. 1HTS. ______ ^
This large rapid fire gun was found ! London. The steering gear of the
in the wreck of the Zeppelin which; same Zeppelin is shown within the
was brought down September 23 near white circle.
and was attacked and badly beaten.
The police were powerless.
The authorities have granted the
Standard Oil company, owner of the
Tidewater company, permission to use
machine guns against the strikers.
A mob held up a Jersey Central
freight train, believing it was hauling
gunpowder to the oil plant. While the
firemen fought off the strikers, who
tried to climb uboard the engine, the
engineer opened the throttle and the
train rattled on. The strikers man
aged to cut off six ears and rifled
Another mob attacked a Jersey Cen
tral telegraph office, ordering Miss
Anna Doody, the operator, to leave.
When she refused she was beaten.
Thu Italics.- -Because of numerous
Inquiries regarding the passage of the
■tockraiaiug homestead «40 acre bill,
Representative N. J. Htnnott has given
out the following statement:
“ The statement that has been pub
lished in several small papers in this
state that the stockralstng homestead
«40-acre bill had been passed and be
came a law is erroneous. The hill did
not pass. The bill went through the
house and passed to the senate, where
several amendments were attached to
It and returned to the house. The re
turn was made on the last day of the
session and. therefore, the house could
not have passed it If it wanted to, as
there was not enough time for votisld
oration. The bill will not bo acted
upon until the next session of con
The bill provides for the taking up
of «40 acres of stockralstng laud with
the sanction of the secretary of tho
Coos Coal in Demand.
Marshfield.— Local coalmine opera-
tors are receiving urgent inquiries
from several poluts In the Willamette
valley about eoal shipments and it Is
believed that llie fall and winter busi
ness will develop an extensive and
F'our mines of average capacity are
now worktug, but only two could han
dle outside orders over the railroad
at the present time.
The Henryvllle mine is keeping Its
output only to a point which will fur
nish the Smith-Powers lagging com
pany locomotives their necessary 60
tons per day, and would have to do
some development to increase the
sales to twice that slxe. The Beaver
Hill mine is capable of bundling a
much larger dally output
German U-Boats Pounce on Shipp»!
Outside Three-Mile limit.
ONE SEA IERR0R EN1ERS PORI
With Flag Flying and Deck Loaded
With Torpedoes She Delivers
Message and Puts to Sea.
Newport, H. I.—The executive offi
cer of the destroyer Ericsson return
ing early Mouday from the scene of
the Uertnau submarine activities off
Nantucket, reported that nine ships
had been sunk, and that three subma
rines are operating off the coast. This
Information, he said, ho had on tho
authority or the captain of the Nan
tucket Shoals lightship.
Boston.—The submarine arm of the
Imperial German navy ravaged ship
ping off the eastern co t of the Unit
ed States Sunday.
F'our British, one Dutch and one
Norwegian steamers were sent to the
bottom or left crippled derelicts off
So far as known thero was no loss
of life, though the crew of the British
steamer Kingston had not been ac
The hostile submarine is believed to
be the U-63, which paid a call to New
port Saturday, and disappeared at sun
set. Some naval men. however, de
clared that at least two submarines
are operating close to the American
shore, though outside the three-mile
The record of submarine warfare,
as brought to land by wireless dis
Bad Men Escape From Pen.
Mob Attacks Firemen Who Come to
Strathdene, British freighter, torpe
Salem.—James O'Brien and Frank doed and sunk off Nantucket, crew
Aid Police — Railroad Official
Calgary, Alberta.—A crowd of sol Smith, two of the most desperate char taken aboard Nantucket Shoals light
ship and later removed to Newport by
diers raided the mounted police bar acters in the Oregon penitentiary, es American torpedo boat destroyers.
Left for Dead on Tracks.
racks here Thursday, with the an caped Wednesday
The Strathdene left New York Sun
nounced intention of rescuing five scoured the surrounding country, but day fur Borduaux, and was attacked
men, members of a local battalion obtained no trace of the fugitives. A
reward of $50 for the capture of each at 6 A. M.
Bayonne, N. J.—Standard Oil strik who had been fined for violation of man has been offered.
West Point, British freighter, torpe
ers held Bayonne in terror Thursday the liquor act. The rescue was not
doed and sunk off Nantucket. Crew
effected and at the earnest represen
t.nd scenes of violence were of hourly tations of the officers the mob flualiy ing from two to five years for bur nbatuloned the ship in small boats af
ter a warning shot from the subma
rine’s gun. Officers and men were
The soldiers belonged chiefly to the
The mob started fires and cut hose
men had sawed the steel padlocks on taken aboard a destroyer.
when the fire department responded. American Legion and previous to the their cells and scaled the 18 foot wall
Stephano, British passenger liner,
Members of the mob also attempted attack on the mounted police barracks with a rope made from their blankets. plying regularly between New York.
to wreck a fire engine and attacked surrounded the city police headquar The men had boon confined in new Halifax and St. Johns, N. F . torpedoed
the police and firemen. The situation ters building and made a demonstra steel cells placed in the prison yard southeast of Nantucket, bound for
became desperate, and when shots tlon. Both the day and night squads especially to hold recalcitrant prls New York.
Passengers and crew,
were fired by the strikers the police of the force were placed to guard the oners.
numbering about 140, were picked up
responded with a volley into the mob, building. Chief of Police Cuddy ad
B. H. Smith, a wall guard, slept by tho destroyer Balch and brought to
killing one woman and injuring sev mitted a delegation of the soldiers and while the men scaled the wall within Newport. The attack was made at
showed them that the prisoners t(ifj£ ••
»a Mint, biiu teas mier H u i i i i t i a r ■ * <*o P. M.
eral other persons.
Kingston, British freighter, torp«-
The woman killed was Miss Sophj^ crowd then marched to the mounted lly discharged.
doed and sunk southeast of Nantuck
in the head by a bullet and died at the police barracks.
Crew missing and destroyer
Bayonne hospital soon after she was
Station Bulletins Now Available.
searching for them. This vessel is not
taken there. Two men. one a striker,
are in a critical condition with several
114 Hop Investigation, Tartar & Pllk- accounted for in maritime registers,
and may bo the Klngstontan. The at
bullet wounds in their bodies. Two
other men are in the hospital with less
117 Loganberry By Products, Lewis & tack occurred at 6 P. M.
Blooniersdijk. Dutch freighter, tor
serious wounds. Several others were
Chicago. — Mayor William Hale 118 Ammonlfication and Nitrification pedoed and sunk south of Nantucket
shot, according to the police, and
Thompson's office, that of Chief of
Studies of Certain Types of Ore Crew taken aboard a destroyer. The
H. N. Pope, president of the Asso taken away by friends.
None of the policemen or firemen Police Charles E. Healey and that of
gon Soils, Beckwith, V u s b , Robin steamer was bound for Rotterdam
ciation of Farmers’ Union Presidents,
from New York.
Second Deputy Funkerhouser were
of Fort Worth, Texas, has issued a was injured.
Christian Knudsen, a Norwegian
Fewer than 50 policemen fought entered Wednesday afternoon by four 119 A Report of the Experimental and
statement asking the farmers to urge
their congressmen to repeal the Adam with a crowd of several hundred strik assistants of the state's attorney and
Demonstration Work on the Sub freighter, torpedoed and sunk near
son law at the next session of con ers. Both sides fired repeatedly. Miss 16 detectives assigned to the office of
station F'arms at Moro, Burns. where the Bloomersdljk went down.
Redmond and Metollus, Scudder. Crew picked up by destroyers. The
gress. Mr. Pope has also issued a Torack. who was killed, was watching State's Attorney Hoyne, armed with
pamphlet analyzing the effect of this the fight from a window of her home, "forthwith" duces tecum subpenas di 121 The Common Hed Spider or Spi vessel sailed from New York Saturday
der Mite. Ewing.
a few yards away. A shot struck her recting those three officials and their
law on agricultural interests.
in the head. The firemen, responding assistants to turn over to the grand 122 Irrigation and Soil Moisture In Americans On Board Torpedoed Ship.
Troops of Field Marshal von Mack- to an alarm, were jeered and missiles jury all books, records, letters and pa
The British steamer Stephano, car
vestigations in Western Oregon,
ensen. by a surprise attack, obtained were hurled at them as they advanced. pers bearing on gambling, slot ma
rying 44 first cabin and 39 second-cab
possession of the island in the Dan The crowd which followed them soon chines, Sunday closing and disorderly
in passengers, including many Ameri
ube northwest of Sislova, it was an became menarting and surrounded the houses received there since April 1916. 123 Somatic Segregation of Charac can tourists and a crew of 75, was
nounced officially in Berlin. They cap apparatus. Then a concerted attack
It was an unprecedented and sensa
of Pomaceous FYults; sunk off Nantucket Li htshlp.
tured six guns and the Roumanian was made on the engine, which was tional move which threw the city hall 129 Pollination
I’art II, Bradford.
troops on the island. The Roumani quickly wrecked. The battle which into excitement bordering on a panic.
132 Flconomlcs of Apple Orcharding,
ans in Transylvania are retreating followed the arrival of the patrolmen,
The raid wag made while the city
Lewis & Vickers.
along the whole line, the war office who opened fire as they approached, council was in session with the mayor
133 Selection, Adjustment and Care of
was sharply contested. The concerted
F'arm Machinery, Hracker.
With a fire in her sugar cargo vir attack finally won. however, and the the city hall.
134 A Study of Variation in Apples
When Mayor Thompson was advised
tually under control, the Ward line mob was dispersed.
During Growing Season, White-
Newport, R. I.—Seventeen days
freight steamer Antilla arrived in
Early in the day a mob attacked of the raid In the council chamber he
from Wiihelmsbafen, the Imperial
Hampton Roads from sea in tow of J. J. O'Connor, lieutenant of the Le said:
135 Variation of Internal Structure of German submarine U-53 dropped an
“ It was not necessary to send ail
the naval tug Sonoma. Aboard the high Valley Railroad police, and five
Apple Varieties, Kraus.
chor in Newport harbor Saturday.
Onondaga were Captain Biackadder of assistants, beating them unconscious.
136 Vegetable Tests on Sandy Soil at
Almost before the officers of the
the Antilla, his small daughter and Believing O'Connor was dead, the boy could have taken over the stuff
the Umatilla Flxperiment F'arni, American fleet of warships through
The crew had been strikers threw his body across the rail that Hoyne wants. I do not believe
which the stranger had nosed her way
the grand Jury wants it, anyway.”
transferred at sea to the Ward liner road tracks and left it.
137 The Drainage of "White Land” had recovered from their astonish
Two other railroad detectives were
and Other Wet Lands in Oregon, ment. the undersea fighter had deliv
against whom the subpenas were di
Powers & Teeter.
Wireless reports from the Anchor nearly beaten to death in another at rected are: Charles Fitzmorrls, the
ered a message for the German am
138 The Pollination of the Pomaceous bassador and. weighing anchor, turn
liner Cameronia and the Frederick
mayor's secretary; William Luthardt,
F’ruits, Pt. III. Gross Vascular ed toward Brenton’s Reef lightship
VIII, of the Scandinavian-American
the chief's secretary, and John J.
Anatomy of the Apple, Kraus & and disappeared beneath the waves
line, received in New York, indicated strikers when ordered to leave town Naughton, sergeant In the office of
that the steamers are proceeding to
Just Inside the three-mile limit.
the chief In charge of records.
Cir. 18 Swine Husbandry.
port well off their customary courses. Submarine Gone, Shipping is Cautious
As she came and went she flew the
Both have heavy passenger lists, that
black and white colors of tho Gorman
New York.—Although there was no
of the Frederick V III including James
navy, a gun was mounted on tho for
Eleven U-Boat Victime Saved.
Graduates All Placed.
ward deck and another aft, while eight
W. Gerard, the American ambassador news to Indicate that the German sub
Oregon Normal School, Monmouth. torpedoes plainly were visible under
marine U-53 was still lurking in the
to Germany, and Mrs. Gerard.
the Norwegian steamship Ravn, sunk — "Every member of both the Febru the forward deck, giving mute assur
Argentine is spending $60,000,000 on Atlantic sea lanes and while some by a submarine in the Arctic last
ary and the June graduating classes in ance that the warship was ready for
shipping Interests believed she was
an irrigation system.
1916, who wanted a position, has one a fight at the drop of the hat.
Swine provided 60 per cent of the beaded for Heligoland there was evi the Exchange Telegraph's Christiania
and is teaching,” was the announce
total meat consumed in the German dence that the British admiralty will
Traders Will Co-Operate.
proceed with caution in allowing Brit correspondent to have been received ment made by J. H. Ackerman, presi
empire last year.
ish ships to depart from Atlantic by the Norwegian foreign office. Four dent of the Oregon Normal School,
Bordeaux.—John Barrett, director-
American moving picture films are coast ports. Two British vessels due other men perished from exhaustion who aided In distributing the school's general of the Pan-American Union,
being sold in increasing quantities in to sail did not leave and it was re and a boat containing five men was teachers when calls came In. There
who has been discussing Latin Ameri
France owing to the curtailment of the ported that others which have cleared, lost.
were 45 in the F'ebruary class and 124
French and Italian film output due to both FYench and British, will not sail
The Norwegian shipowners' associa at June—a total of 169—and from can trade matters with manufacturers
tion has demanded that the govern these 155 are teaching. A few mar and financiers in France and England,
ment take measures to protect Nor ried and some are pursuing higher said before sailing on the liner Lafay
Dr. Arthur L. Hunt, inspector of In
courses before beginning to teach.
fantile paralysis cases for the District
ette for New York that he had found
Cyclone Hite St. Thomas.
of Columbia, is said to be in a serious
them in both countries planning to
condition from infantile paralysis with
Hunter, 8hot, Loses Toe.
make greater efforts to Improve com
which he has been ill for a week. He A cyclone swept over 8t. Thomas Mon
Newport, Or.— M. H. Abbey, propri mercial and financial relations with
is 39 years of age.
day night and Tuesday morning with
etor of the Abbey hotel, was compel all America. Mr. Barrett's Inquiry
er, son of the late Frederick Weyer led last week to have the great toe on showed, he Indicated, that the desire
No new step to end the European disastrous results. Almost every build
war has been taken by the United ing in the city was damaged and gome haeuser, multimillionaire lumberman, his right foot amputated as a result was to co-operate along this line rath
There are many was elected a director of the Great of a gunshot wound sustained the first er than engage in ruinous competition.
States, and so far as Washington of were destroyed.
ficials can foresee, non* is likely to homeless persons and it Is probable Northern Railway company to fill the day of the deer Reason. He w b b stand
be taken in the near future, according some form of public relief measures vacancy caused by the death of James ing with his rifle muzzle resting on
Carranza May Not Run.
to an authoritative statement of the will be necessary. The damage thus J. Hill, at a meeting of the board of his foot when it was accidentally dis
El Paso, Tex.—"General Carranza
government's position obtained in high far reported runs into the hundreds directors held in the offices of Louis charged, shattering a bone In the toe.
has made no formal statement of hla
of thousands of dollars. Bo far as is W. Hill, president of the railway com
pany. The meeting preceded* the an
known there was no loss of life.
Tw o American Ships Sunk.
position,” Consul Pesqueira said, "but
A great streamer of smoke, miles
nual meeting of stockholders of the
London.—Two American ships, the there is a strong feeling among the
long, is spreading from Lassen Peak,
Great Northern Railway,
Absentees Are to Vote.
Harvlta and the Columbia, have been men who are close to him in the na
which was in eruption two hours Fri
Madison, Wis.—The special session
sunk, according to a dispatch received tional capital that he will not be a
day, spitting steam and smoke from of the legislature adjourned sine die
Exchange Seats $74,500
by the Norwegian minister In Petro candidate."
the northern part of the crater. The after Governor Phillip had signed bills
New York—A seat on the New York grad. from H. A. Falsen, the Norwe
By a recent decree Issued by Gen
eruption was much more pronounced giving soldiers on the border the right Stock Exchange was sold Wednesday gian consul general at Archangel, Rus
than that of Thursday. Lassen Peak to vote by mail. Citizens away from for $74,500, an advance on the last sale sia. The dispatch says great difficul eral Carranza the president will serve
erupted May 31, 1914, after years of home election day also have the right of $4600. This sale marked the high ty has been experienced In obtaining only one term of four years, as the de
cree specifies that there shall be no
to vote by mail.
record for the year.
re election to the Presidency.
POLICE EIRE ON
Standard Oil Employes and Sympathiz
ers Meet Stern Resistance.
WOMAN KILLED; MANY INJURED
American legion in Canadian
Service Rebels Against Officers
Chicago City Hall Offices Raided
by Officers of State’s Attorney
German War Submarine Enters
Newport, Va., to Deliver Message
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