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OFFICIAL DIRECTORY OF FALLA CITY
REBELS SNOOT DOWN TWO U. S.
OfflORS IN SAN DOMINGO
Santo Domingo— In an engagement
between American troops and rebel
forces Tuesday, General Ramon Ba
tista was killed.
also are reported killed, including two
officers, and one American officer
The names o f the American officers
killed are given aa Captains W illiam
Low and Atwood.
son was wounded.
The American commander attempt
ing ed to arrest General Batista, and
the latter ordered an attack on the
American forces. Fighting continued
for a considerable time, but the rebels
were eventually defeated.
The engagement took place opposite
Santo Domingo C ity and caused a
panic in the capital. Reinforcements
were sent there to aid American troops
in maintaining order. The number o f
rebels killed snd wounded in the fight
are at present unknown.
fD rOR OH 2S00
COMMERCIAL WAR 8I0S CMS M l B CAU t UNION
PACIFIC RAItROAD CUSH NOT FEARED
OVER FRENCH ACT
THREAT IS GRAVE
Real Menace is Seen ia Plan of Allied
Natioas to Control.
ISSUE IS ON RAW MATERIALS
American Importers and Manufac
turers Depend on Great Britain
for Fouiteen Base Items.
Portland Th* Union Pacific system
Tuaaday railed for bids un 1000 auto
mobile cars and 1600 box cars, requir
ing nearly 16,000,000 feet o f lumber.
The specifications require that all
the lumber be purchased from mills in
territory — Oregon,
Washington and Idaho.
It is probable that Twohy Brothers,
o f Portland, will bid on this contract
aa they are equipped to build cars in
their Kaat Side plant and have been
eager to enter this field o f activity for
Judge R. S. Lovett, chairman of the
Union Pacific, w ill be In Portland this
week and is expected to give some at
tention to the prospects o f successful
car building here.
about it at hia office in N ew York a
few weeks ago Judge I<ovett declared
that, other things being equal, he
would prefer to have the cara built on
the C oast.
The advantages o f
convenient to the place where the luin-
her is produced are obvious.
Eastern builders must pay freight on
the raw lumber that goee into the cars
even when it is carried by the railroad
that buys them.
Seizure of Chinese Territory Does Not
LOCALITY IS MOSI ROMANTIC
Tien-Tsin, With Practically no Trade,
Develops Tremendously Under
Influence of Foreigners.
D, C. — Selsure by
Washintgon, D. C.— Domination by
French troops o f an additional square
the allied nations of the world’s raw
Washington. D. C. — No report on
mile o f territory contiguous to the
Twenty-four Indians o f the Coeur the fight in Santo Domingo had reached materials which are essential to Am er
French concessions in Tien-tain, In de
d’Alene district have qualified to be the Navy department Tuesday night, ican manufacturers have been proved
fiance o f the Chinese foreign office,
but officials assumed that the latest conclusively to officials here by the
come U. S. citiiens.
outbreak was the work o f a small band completion Thursday o f a comprehen
just re|>orted in cable dispatches from
Roumanians lose Constants, an im
o f rebels who recently revolted from sive summary o f British trade policies
Pekin, brings to the front one o f the
portant port on the Black Sea, to the
the Doimnican army, and that it did
Germans and Austrians.
most complicated anti most romantic
not presage any general attempt at
ference o f the entente powers is re
points o f conflict between old China
Seattle proposes to take over the disorder.
power plants o f the Puget Sound Trac
I,ast reports from the island told*bf garded here with far greater disquiet
and the Western world.
tion company, at an estimated cost of comparative quiet throughout the re than before.
Official* here indicated Monday that
The proposed commercial war after
TheCouncIl meets In regular »«salon on th* Hr»« *10,000,000.
public, where the American marine
aa an international affair little import
Monday night o l each month, at 7 n o'clock. In
W illiam G. Sharp, American am forces are busy organising the native outlining policies which could not sur
ance waa attached to France's action.
th« office of the Fells City Newt.
bassador to France, sailed on the constabulary, which is to place the vive the heat o f war or the operation
Tien-stin, back in the days when
American line steamship St. Paul, ac
of perennial economic forces, is looked the Carranza vanguard under General foreign ambassadors sought admission
companied by his fam ily, to return to
upon as s more practical proposition Carlos Ozuna into an ambush lietween to Chins in vain, merely was a small,
dirty town, with |>ractically no trade.
\ in the light o f the investigation.
Bants Yaabel and San Andres, on the
1860, after the Britiah and
Consequently an earnest study of the western division o f the Mexican North
P H Y S IC IA N
Viscount Grey, secretary o f Eng
facts available is being made, and western railway Friday, a report re French had forced their way over the
land’s foreign affairs, says allies won’t
every effort extended to supplant the ceived by Mexican government agents Taku forts and humbled the Mam-bus
talk peace, but declares objects o f this
F. M. H ELLW A R T H
at Pekin, the right of residence was
j information now at hand. Every indi here said.
war must be realized, as a guarantee
PH YSICIAN AND SURGEON
granted to the subjects o f the two
cation since the conference has tended
o f international peace o f the future.
According to this re|>ort, which was
Washington, D. C. — Charges that
to decrease the feeling that its provis- obtained by secret service agents for countries.
Office one door east of P. O.
Spontaneous combustion caused the General Carranza is preparing to leave | ions could not be carried through.
1 he United States, an interested on
explosion of a 20,000-gallon tank of Mexico were being freely made by his Since then, it is pointed out, the black the Federal government, V illa retreat looker, won the same right soon after
Residence Phone 368
gasoline at the plant o f the California political opponents in Mexico Wednes list, which had been enforced by Eng ed from a position outside o f San ward, and Germany entered into the
Food Products company at San Pedro, day. They are based on his decision land for some time, has been accepted Andres, 40 miles on the railroad west arrangement in ¡861.
o f Chihuahua City toward San Andres.
which was partially destroyed by the to leave his capital for Queretaro, and j in principle by all the allies.
tions for the four nationalities were
the fact that Mrs. Carranza already
fire which followed.
What is more, the agreement made the trap which V illa is said to have set aside and small local centers of
has crossed the border into the United
then for the closer economic unity be set for them, the government ruport residence and trade grew up.
The U. S. Supreme Court refused to
States, accompanied by the w ife o f her tween the governments is shown by
few years, however, the American
review the conviction o f the three
said. The bandits, who were hidden
husband’ s war minister and chief sup
reports now coming in to be working in the rocky defiles along the railroad, government abandoned its settlement,
officials of the Western Fuel company,
porter, General Obregon.
out through mutual concessions, ex- poured a heavy fire into the Carranza first, because it had no use for it, and
o f San Francisco, who were convicted
Information to this effect is reach
no money to pay for It, and, second,
1 eluding other countries from their
o f defrauding the government by false
ing officials here from various reliable benefits. In the compilation o f the troop* from behind rocks. The same because, under the conditions it had
S a m p le R oom s
weighing o f dutiable coal.
sources. So far nothing tangible tend various agreements which England has source o f information claims to have become known as the “ middle king
Bast A ccom m o da tions
w ill now have to serve their respective
ing to support the story has come instituted in this country to prevent confirmation o f the report that the dom” between the German anti British
F. D ro e ge, P ro p rie to r
through official channels. It is known, allied resources from going to Ger Carranza troops then retired to Santa concessions, where all sorts o f lawless
Yeabel, thence to Pslomss, and are in
A wreath o f flowers entwined with however, that many officials here be
many’s aid is seen a strong indication Fresno, the first station west of Chi ness prevailed.
an American flag was dropped from a lieve General Carranza has committed
Tien-tsin grew fast, and construction
: o f what the aliles might do through huahua City.
B A R K E R SHOPS
height o f 1400 feet by Johnny Green, a political blunder, at least, if he is
o f the railroad in 1897 made Tien-tsin
different methods after the war.
Carranza officials here admit that
an aviator, on the cemetery at Rome, not in fact preparing fo r flight, by
This domination o f the supply of there has been heavy fighting between the premier city o f that whole vast
Ga., in which Mrs. Ellen Wilson, w ife permitting his fam ily tolek ve Mexico
certain raw materials demonstrated | Santa Ysabel and Chihuahua City, but section. In 1900 came the boxer re
o f the President, is buried.
The just at this time.
after a year o f war, considered in con General Gonzales, in Juarez, insists bellion, when Tientsin became the base
wreath was placed on Mrs. W ilson’s
The purpose o f the visit o f Mrs.
nection with article 3 of the Paris that he has received no details of the for the march o f the nation on the
grave as Rome’s tribute to her mem Carranza and Mrs. Obregon, as ex-
agreement, is believed to constitute a fighting.
The report that General
1 plained at the Mexican embassy, is for
In 1894 Japan secured a settlement
distinct menace to this country. Ar- Ozuna had been killed is receiving
a tour o f the United States.
Word o f
in the city, snd after 1900, Russia,
Private Charles Callahan, o f the
| tid e 3 says:
credence here in official circles.
Belgium, Italy and Austria obtained
headquarters company of the F ifth the arrival at the border also o f Mrs.
“ The allies
concessions on the left hank o f the riv
Ohio Infantry, stationed at El Paso, Jacinto Trevino, w ife o f the military agreed to conserve for the allied coun
er, making nine foreign nations hold
Tex., received a leave o f absence in commander o f Chihuahua state, had tries, before all others, their natural
It was pointed
ing snd administering small slices o f
which to journey to Detroit to take not been received.
resources during the whole of the per
possession o f a fortune estimated at out, however, that Trevino has been iod o f commecrial, industrial, agri
among Carranza’ s staunchest support
Boston— ‘ ‘ BiH” O ’ Hara, once a star
$350,000, willed by his aunt. Mrs.
cultural and maritime reconstruction,
ers and if the first chief believed his
Mary Callahan, who died in Detroit
and for this purpose they undertake to left fielder o f the Toronto International
hold on the political situation was
establish special arrangements to fa league team and a former scout for
weakening, Trevino probably would be
cilitate the interchange o f these re the New York National league club,
Count warned, in order that he might also
has been recommended for the military
Stuergkh, who was assassinated while place his fam ily in safety.
There are no less than 14 different I cross in recognition o f his bravery snd
at dinner Sunday in Vienna, by Lud
The State department had not re forms for various kinds o f materials , skill in hurling bombs for the British
London — A hostile aeroplane ap-
w ig Adler, publisher, was shot three ceived word that Generals Carranza
which American importers must file army on the Somme battle front, ac peared Sunday over the fortified sea
F U N E R A L DIRECTOR
times. Count Stuergkh was dining at and Obregon had left Mexico City for
with their consuls Defore certain goods
port o f Sheerness, at the mouth o f the
a hotel when the publisher attacked Queretaro.
Previous advises, how
can be released to them from the Brit his home in Toronto.
Thames. Four bombs were dropped.
him. Three shots were fired, all o f ever, said that the first chief could go
When O ’ Hara played in the Inter
No casualties have been re|x>rted offi
which took effect, the premier dying to that place in connection with the
These materials, according to the national league he was noted for his cially.
meeting o f the constitutional conven
complete list, include tin, chloride of accurate
official communication issued
Samuel H ill declares before a San tion, for which delegates were elected tin and tin ore; wool, jute, shellac, O ’ Hara, a lieutenant in a Canadian here says:
Francisco audience, that Washington,
tanning materials, antimony, rubber,
“ A hostile seaplane was shot down
Oregon and California should petition tion obtainable here for Carranza’s de diamonds, mica, raw leather, plum deadly bombs instead o f baseballs.
and destroyed Sunday afternoon by one
the government to build a highway parture.
bago, all the alloys of iron, including
of our naval aircraft.
Fruit Diet Test Ends.
along the oceanfront in these states,
ferromanganese, cobalt, chrome, tung
fell into the sea. Judging by the time,
Berkeley, Cal.— An exclusive diet o f it probably was the seaplane which
which could be used in time o f war to
sten, molybdenum, vanadium, nickel
R E A L ESTATE
carry materials necessary to the pro
and several kinds of ore.
alligator pears for two weeks ended visited Sheerness Sunday.”
tection o f the coast, or in peace times
Where possible the restriction is Tuesday night for Alwyn Baker, a
The following official accouut o f the
for the benefit o f pleasure seekers, or
Paris— In a powerful series o f at effected through the chief American University o f California student, eat attack was given out:
for other legitim ate purposes.
tacks on the Verdun front, the French associations o f maunfacturerB interest ing under the direction o f the depart
“ A hostile aeroplane approached
Baker has lost Sheerness at about 1 :45 p. m. Sunday,
A fte r killing Sheriff Stier. o f Queens have captured the village and fort of ed, such as the New York Metal Ex ment o f nutrition.
advanced beyond the change for metal, the National A sso no weight, but said he was very hun flying very high.
Four bombs were
county, New York, with a shotgun, Douaumont,
drop|>ed, three o f which fell into the
and keeping at bay a posse o f police Thiaumont work farm and also occu ciation o f Tanners for tanning mater gry-
The fourth fell in the vicin
The official findings on his experi harbor.
and deputy sheriffs who had surround pied the Haudremont quarries, no th ials, the United States Shellac Import
ed his home, Frank Taft, 65 years of o f Verdun, according to the bulletin is ers' association for shellac, and the ment w ill be announced next week at ity o f a railway Htation and damaged
age, was shot and instantly killed by sued by the war office Wednesday T ex tile Alliance for wool and jute. San Diego at a meeting o f the Avoca several railway carriages.
In cases where the importer cannot ap do assoication, composed o f growers in
“ British aeroplanes went up and the
one o f the besiegers. T a ft shot Stier, night.
The prisoners captured and counted ply through and be vouched for by Oregon, the Sacramento valley and raider made off in a northeasterly di
who served him with a warrant after
Nearly two such an organization he signs a per Southern California.
rection. No casualties have been re
he had been adjudged in contempt of thus far number 3500.
court fo r failin g to appear as a w it miles was gained on a front o f four sonal agreement with the British con
and a third miles.
C offee T h e f t s Extensive.
The official communication says:
Armed Steamer Delayed.
San Salvador, Republic o f Salvador
Chief of Police W hite of San Fran ‘ ‘ On the Verdun front, after intense
Land Applications Are Up.
Philadelphia — The departure o f the
cisco has abolished the police detinue
— Two arrests have been made in con
artillery preparations, an attack on
San Francisco — Thursday’s session
system, under which persons are ar
nection with the theft o f coffee ship- British steamship Missouri from this
rested and held incommunicado with the right bank o f the Meuse was o f the United States district court, in ped
from San Salvador, disclosed port to Baltimore was delayed Monday
out any charge being placed against launched at 11:40 a. m. Wednesday. which the so-called Oregon-California through complaints made by American
owing to the fact that the vessel, be
Notice to News Subscribers
land-fraud trial is being held, was oc merchants that 10 pounds o f coffee ing engaged in a coastwise trip, car
seven kilometers, was broken through
cupied by identifying some 800 appli were missing from each o f many bags ried a gun on her after deck. Clear
S. A. Appold, a student aviator, who
fell in a biplane near Los Angeles, everywhere to a depth which, at the cation s for land, filed by Attorney Mil- consigned to them.
ance papers which were held up on
A mark here indicates that
died later in a hospital. His young center, attained a distance o f three ton Cook, one o f the six defendnats,
The value o f the coffee stolen ap orders from the Treasury department
kilometers, nearly two m iles.”
your subscription is delinquent.
in behalf o f applicants. W. S. Boyer, proximates 300,000 pesos. The inves at Washington, were later granted
him from the tangled wreckage of bis
a special agent o f the Department o f tigation, which began a month Bgo, when formal assurances that the vessel
Please call and fix it.
B id d e r s W an t N a v y C r a ft .
Justice, was on the stand and testified haa not yet concluded.
was armed for defense purposes only
Washington, D. C.— The extraordi that in many instances the applica
The German Order Pour Le Merlte
were made to the State department.
Zeppelin Stirs Dutch Ire,
has been awarded Lieutenant Com nary demand for shipe on the Pacific tions for certain described quarter sec
The Missouri arrived at this port from
mander Arnauld De La Perriere, com Coast was demonstrated Wednesday tions o f timber land under dispute
Amsterdam— Dutch newspapers are London, carrying merchandise.
mander of the submarine U-35, f i r his when bids were opened at the Navy were duplicated.
indignant over the report by the li»n -
M r . H o m a Seeker—
achievements In sinking 12« vessels, department for the sale o f the torpedo
delsblad that on Sunday a Zeppelin
S heriff Sent to Jail.
C O M E TO FA LL S CITY. O R E G O N I
totalling 370,000 tons.
Bryan to Teach Japanese.
boat Fox, now lyin g at the Puget
dropped a bomb near Gorkum (Gorini-
a n d B u y O r c h a r d La n d
Columbus, O. — Sheriff Alonzo T.
San Francisco— Nisamori Kano ar chem), 22 miles southeast o f Rotter Swepston, o f Ross county, vice presi
The House of Commons has passed Sound navy yard and condemned. She
the second reading of the Rhodes es was built at Portland in 1897, and the rived Thursday from Japan by the Si dam. The Nieuws Van den Dag says: dent o f the American Sheriffs’ associa
tate bill, which would exclude Ger board o f survey recently appraised her beria M in i to study under W illiam “ I f German airship commanders had tion and president o f the Ohio Sheriffs*
mans henceforth from enjoying schol at *500.
John Rothschild & Co., San Jennings Bryan at Lincoln, Neb. He not displayed supreme contempt for association, waa sentenced to 40 days
arships at Oxford University under Francisco, bid *1800; Chicago Machin is a son o f Viscount Kano and is a the protests o f the Dutch government
in the Delaware county jail by United
the Cecil Rhodes trust fund.
ery & Equipment Co., Seattle, *1033; graduate o f Imperial university at this deplorable incident, which only by States Judge John E. Sater here for
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COM PANY
Orders for more than 200 aeroplanes Nieder & Marcus, Seattle, *3111, and Tokio. Young Kano is a friend of a accident lacked serious results, would permitting federal prisoners in his
Passenger Train Schedule
former protege of Bryan’s, and it was not have occurred.”
have been placed by the U. S. war de Phillips Morrison, o f Seattle, *1505.
custody to take tong automobile rides
Effective Oct. 4,1914
through him that he made arrange
partment as the first step in expan
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and have other liberties. He was re
sion of the aviation service under the
ments to come here and study under
Q u a k e Renews Oil Flow.
226 New U-Boats Built.
leased on *500 bond pending a hearing
army reorganization act and contracts
Bakersfield, C sl.— Advices received the ex-Democratic leader. He expects
Geneva, Switzerland — Prince von o f the case on error.
S a le m . . . 7:00 9.45
for about 100 additional machines of
to be in this country several years.
Buelow, former German imperial chan
Dallas. . . 8.15 11.02
various types probably w ill be award Wednesday from the Maricopa oil dis
World C rop Falls Short.
cellor, recently informed a neutral
Falls C ity . 8.50 11.85
New Loan Made to Britain.
late that the earth tremblora o f last
newspaper that since the beginning of
Rome, via Paris— The total wheat
B l 'k R o c k .
Six Inmates of Sing Sing prison. Sunday have caused the resumption of
New York — Official announcement the war Germany had constructed 226 harvest o f the world is estimated by
New York, drove past a guard in a the flow o f oil from a well that had was made Thursday by J. P. Morgan submarines,
says a dispatch from the International Agricultural Insti
prison automobile truck and made been latent fo r more than tw o years.
& Co., that a new British loan by Constance.
tute an 7 per cent below the average
Bl’ k Rock
their escape about noon Friday. The
The well is in the foothills near American bankers, aggregating *300,-
The German naval authorities, the and 25 [>er cent below that o f last
Falls City. 9.30 1.25
finding of the abandoned truck a half
It w ill Prince is reported to have added, are year. The institute’s report includes,
Dallas. . . 10.10 2.00
hour after the escape gave the first Maricopa, and it is said that in the 000,000, had been arranged.
Intimation that the men, all of whom past when earthquakes were fe lt the bear interest at 5| per cent and is pay paying more attention to submarinea for the first time, the crop o f Euro
Salem . . . 11.01 3.15
to battleships, and Austria- pean Russia, which it estimates to be
were serving sentences o f from 16 various wells in that vicinity have in able in two installments, one o f three than
A. C. P o w im , AOUT
creased their production.
years and one o f five years.
years to life, had fled-
Hungary is doing likewise.
20 per cent less than that o f last year.
H. J. Griffin. Mayor.
R. M. Wonderly, Councilman-at-LArf*
G. W. Brentner,
George C. March«
C. J. Bradley,
I. G. Singleton.
C. L. Hopkins,
C. E. McPherren. Auditor and Polte« Jmége
Walter L. Tooxe Jr.. City Attorney.
Pat Murphy, Marahal and Water 8upt.
M. L. Thompson. Treasurer
Dr. F. M. Uellwarth. Health Officer.
The wholesale price o f ttour i l now-
quoted in Portland at 87.SO a barrel.
Trap Set by Villa; Vanguard of
Pursuing Carranza force Ambushed
Cairanza Thought Preparing to
ilee; family Already in t). S.
Baseball Training Wins War Honors.
German Airman Shot Down in
Sunday Raid on British Coast
R. L. C H A P M A N
We attend all work promptly.
Dallas and Falls City, Ore.
French Regain Ground at Verdun.