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GRANTS PAHS, JOSETMNE COtTMT. OREGON, HATl RIAY, OtTOIIKK 83. 119.
WHOLE NUMBER 2SO.
ft IT'S THE CLIMATE
L J J
ARE COMING TO
MMN HMttl MUUM NORTH, FROM
MONTANA AM OTIIKH NET.
THINK 8F.EK NEW FIEI.IIH
Machinery llUiUlltMl Mllll New Miners'
t'aMiin HtrlnciK I'1 l'M'k
Tliul miners from Aluaku. Mon
Uni and oibtir famous mining re
gion are turning thuir tiuontlon to
Josephine county and Southern Ore
gon lu general, U the now brought
back from the Holland and Althouse
districts ywrterUay by M. U Opdycke,
district water master. In the Alt
house district, Mr. Opdycke slates
that hn wan caught In a snow atorro,
the snow covering tho ground to a
loth of niboiit three Inchei.
Many changes lu mlnliiK proierty
are reported In the AHhoiiae district.
Jinn I'lunell ha bonded tho H. J.
nraon placer property ou Althouse
creek, near old Hrown Town. This
la aaid to lie kimk! mining property,
and .Mr. Plnm-ll In gelling ready for
winter' run on u. large scale. Ar
chie Tlune has mining rorty
above Drown Town and also expects
to operate thin winter.
On tho south fork of the Althouse,
Mov. Jenkins unci Johnson are In
atallla -new-pipe au4-lanfl on their
properly unit will mine the place on
an exteiinhv wale.
The Wade mlnliiK propurly on up
per AltlioiiHe la bninK equipped for
tninliiK this winter, and thn old Hun
no n property, now tho Masten mine,
nour Holland, la being prospected hy
Seattle parties who arc considering
thn advisability of installing a dredg
er. They now have a crew of men
alnkliiK "sample holes" on the pro
perty. W. U. llurnor, of Holland, who la
In the city today, him. with hla hh
sortutea, purchased the quartt pro
perty on Grlxly dutch and will do
omo tunnellnK thla winter,
Tho J lurry Stakron property on
Sucker creek la In charge of Cali
fornia people, who have Initialled
now machinery and aro taking In
lumber for bunk houses. Thla la a
Many new mining calling are be
Inn erected and two imck trains are
busy taking In supplies to the min
er. Thla promise to bo a busy sea
aon In Southern Oregon mtalng
John ntamiwhlre, of "Grants ,1'ass,
successful bidder for tho contract on
the Umile unit of the Cpoa Hay
Roseburg highway In the Camas val
ley district, arrived here luat evening
aye the Hoaeburg Itevlew, and went
this morning to look over the ground
preparatory to starting the work.
Mr. fllamjmhlre said that a aoon as
he had Inspected the aectton of the
Toad to be Improved he would em
ploy a Torca of men to engage 1n the
clearing of the right of way, and se
lect the altos for hla camps and the
locations for 'hla machinery and
equipment which will be Installed
vThe men engaged In clearing the
right of way will continue work nil
winter, he said, and It Is expected the
work will ibe started In earnest as
soon a possible, 1n the prlng.
The contract wais secured on a bid
'In the neighborhood of 1300,000,
and covers eight miles of Improve
ment In the cxtremo western oart of
iDoutflns county and six miles. In 003
county, the worst part of the route
between this city and Coos'Bay.
1'nuM'br IIHIflre tuii llrimnlotie at
iryi language Would Hluinio a
Jlllllugkgaltt Fbrfi Woman
. Gary, Ind., Oct. 25. Ueclarlng
herself to be a bolshevik and making
the first public appoat for violence
nines tho steel strike began In tiary
"Mother" Jones spoke to 1200 strik
ers and their wives In Turner hall
yoaterday afternoon following refu
sal of the authorities fo permit her
to appear ou the platform In Kant
Hundred of men and women un
able to enter the packed auditorium
wore sent 'homo by soldiers who
cleared the streets.
"Mother" Jones wast Introduced by
I'uul (ilnaer, a radical leader and at
torney for the steel union's council.
"80 this Is C.ary," said "Mother"
Jonva, "Well, we are going to change
the name. 'We are going to call it
'tho American city and we are
going to take over the steel
works und we ure going to run
them for I'ncle Sam, It's thn damned
gang of robbers snd their political
thieves that will start tho American
revolution nm It won't stop until ev
ery. laot one of them. Is gone."
The aged woman's broadside waa
rwcelved with shouts of approval.
"tM other" Jones singled out the wom
en who occupied alt the seats on the
main floor, holding their babies.
"We don't want any welfare work
ers, sympathy, Y. M. C. A., churches
ami charity' brigades. Thoae insti
tutions are 'built on our backs. We
want Justice. I'll be 90 years old
the rirat of May but by (iod tt I have
to I w ill take 90 fcnns and shoot hell
out 'enu''Por 'every scab In the
mills there la a woman that reared
him. iWfomori, the dostlny of the
working man la In your hands. Clean
hell out of every damned scab you
cun lay hold on. We'll hang the
bloodhounds to the telegraph poles.
Go out and picket."
"Mother" Jones then lectured the
soldiers on guard In the hall. She
told them or the proMta the steel cor
poration made while they were fight
ing in Kurope nnS added:
"You went abroad to clean up the
kaiser and the bones of 50.000 of
your buddies lie bleaching on the
battlefields of France. My Ood!
Ain't you men enough to come over
and help us get the kaisers at home?
Wo will have an army as big as yours
and youll bo with us and we'll lick
hell out of 'em. Wo'll give Gary,
Morgan and the ang of bloodsuckers
a Tree .pans to hell or Heaven.
"God 'Almighty never made a man
that could atop a woman from talk
ing." she continued. "Yon can aTreet
mo. but I'll be free, il can raise more
hell in Jail than out. If bolshvlgm
la what 1 understand It to be. then I
am a 'bolshevik from the bottom of
my feet to the top of my head."
tiOVKUNOK 8TKPHKNS CALLS
I-K(JISIiATl KK TOOCTHKK
Sacramento, Cal., Oct. 2fi. Gover
nor Stephens has called a special
session of the California legislature
on November l,,for the 'purpose of
ratifying the woman suffrage'a'mend
'Dusseldorf, Oct. '25. Along the
entire Rhlneland-Holland border
from 'Aachen to Oleve the liveliest
smuggling of foodstuffs from this
year's harvest has been taking place
recently and the German authorities
have been compelled to take extra
precautions in efforts to stop the
traffic. By the system of smuggling
from Germany into Holland, which
has Ibeen carried on the Rhelntsh
fairmers have 'been receiving at least
double the price they otherwise
would receive 'for their products.
The Dutch buyers make handsome
profits duo to the high exchange
value of the gulden compared With
the mark. . ., , ...' . , ',
OHIO WILLI 1BIUZE0
Serious Riots at Canton Alarm Governor Cox President
Summons Special Cabinet SessionUnion Labor
Threatens General Strike Throughout Country
Columbus. Ohio, Oct. 25. After
receiving reports of serious rioting
at Canton In connection with the
steel strike, Governor Cox ordered
practically the entire Ohio national
guard mobilized at Akron, for im
mediate duty at Canton.
Washington, Oct. 25. President
Wilson, through Secretary Tumulty,
has summoned tho cabinet In a ane-
clal .session today to consider the
strike of the bituminous coal minors
called for November 1. .
Director General lllne" lll meet
with the cabinet for the purpose of
presenting the situation from the
railroads' standpoint. Secretary Tu
multy represented the president and
Secretary Baker presided, but Sec
retary Lanalng Is confined to hla
bed with a cold and Is unable to at
tend. The president is reported to
be slowly gaining In strength.
Washington, Oct. 25. The cabinet
this afternoon will formulate a defi
nite program to be placed . before
the president as to the government's
attitude In the threatened oal strike.
Senator Thomas Introduced a reso-
Copenhagen, Oct. 2."i. The entire
staff of Leon Trotzky, the bolshevist
minister of war, was captured at
Tsarkoe-Selo, It Is reported here to
day. Trotzky escaped by clinging
to a railroad car. The Russian troope
fired upon the car, but he reached
The soviet counter offensive ha
This Is tho last day of "daylight
saving." At 12 o'clock tonight clocks
will be turned back one hour. Farm
ers' over the entire nation will .prob
ably exult, as they were responsible
ror the killing of the daylight saving
bill by a hard fight in congress.
All trains will leave according to
the present time up until midnight,
and after that hour go by the old
SriU'rtlSKS THK 1HXTOHS
Tokio, Oct. 25. Field Marshal
Count Selkl Teraiichl. former pre
mier, whose death was reported, is
still alive, his physicians announced
today. When the aged diplomat sank
Into comma his physicians believed
death had overtaken him and the
news was given the world. Camphor
injections given the count as a pre
cautionary measure restored him to
consciousness and he was able to
partake of milk and Ice cream. His
death had been, officially announced
and posthumous honors bestowed by
the Imperial court " ' V
The alien property! custodian has
filed with County Clerk E. I,. Co
burn' a notice of seizure of property.
It affects the interest of Selma
Bra'une, of Dresden, .Germany, and
Una Kobler and Richard Nlckol. of
tvaimmotzsch, 'Germany, in some real
estate In Josephine county.
lutlon today, calling upon the execu
tive branch of the government to
"vindicate the power and majesty
of the law" 1n the strike which would
"provoke violence, bloodshed and In
surrection.'! Washington. Oct. 25. Officials of
'the American Federation of , Labor
said today that the passage by either
House of the anti-strike legislation
In the impending railroad bill would
result In a general strike vote
throughout the country.
Des Moines, Iowa, Oct. 25. Eight
of the nine (governors of the coal
producing states have been asked hy
Governor Harding, of Iowa, to ex
press their views at a conference at
Indianapolis to discuss ways for
averting the threatened strike. The
governors replied, favoring a meet
ing, which will probably be held next
Washington, Oct. 25.-One fed
eration of labor official In discussing
the antl-etrike provision today, said:
"We aYe willing to go any length to
maintain the right organized labor
has enjoyed for 20 years."
AND RALLIES ARMY
removed the Immediate danger from
The left Hank of Yudenitch's army
is under rire from the' bolshevik
dreadnaught Poltavia, in the Neva
river and inside the limits of Pet
rograd. The guns of the dread
naught are firing over the housetops.
The soviet army has rallied . to
FORCE TO GET JENKINS
Washington, Oct. 25. The state
department has demanded that the
Mexican government effect' the re
lease of William Jenkins, consular
agent at Puebla. unharmed, even It
Mexico must pay the ransom.
,. Senator iMyers, democrat of Mon
tana, has Introduced a resolution
asking that the president use all the
armed forces of the United States in
securing Jenkins' release. He would
have those responsible for the kid
napping apprehended and punished.
Old Friends Welcomed
Last night at the Coe residence
on Washington boiVlevard 25 to 30
old friends of Mrs. H. C. Kinney and
'Mrs. L. L. Jewell, who are visiting
In the city, had dinner together and
spent the evening visiting. Each of
the families participating brought
contributions to the dinner which
waa served cafeteria style. Both Mrs
Kinney and Mrs. Jewell were resi
dents of Grants Pass during Its earl
ier dayB and had an Important part
in its development. Mrs. E. G
Connor, of Billings, Mont., was also
a guest. - -
WOl-Iil) KFJKCT M'lIXlAM
Washington, Oct. 25. The senate
banking committee, by a vote of nine
to seven, recommended the rejection
of the nomination of John Skelton
Williams aa comptroller of the cur
rency! .... ,
tty Decree Mas Authority to Postpone
hlnctiotw at Will; Oeneral Ot
.regti M'anta the Job
Mexlco City, Oct. 25. The end of
the present year probably will see
definite alignment of political par
ties and presidential candidates In
Mexico. The election Is scheduled to
be held next July. The situation
now presents these facts:
General Alvaro Obreson. former
right hand man of President Car-
ran za and credited with being the di
recting military agent who over
threw Villa and made possible a
Carranza constitutional government,.
announced his candidacy ' several
months ago. Although remaining at
Sonora he has established political
headquarters In Mexico Citr. has
launched . a dally newspaper In his
behalf and Is pressing his campaign
so vigorously that both chambers of
congress now in session have engag
ed In heated debates which were In
reality Intended as tests of Obre-
gon's power In congress. His fol
lowers assert ther are satisfied with
the resnlt. From Sonora he issues
manifestos and appeals to the voters,
rm lays ciaim to oeing tne leader of
tne liberal party.
vLuor jtusBnuie canamaies are lien-
era! Pablo Gonzales, Carlos Zetlna,
wnenu aarvaaor Alvarado. Loulslcres of 1918
Cabrera, and Ignaclo Bonlllas.
latter formerly ambassador to
United States. ,
Newspapers here refuse to be
completely assured that elections
will really be held. President Car-
ranza by decree has the power to
postpone-" ejections aadXt -ieiHhln-
possibilities that he may deem the
situation at election time so tense
that a test at the polls would be in
NO SPECIAL. SESSION OF
Sacramento, CaLOcL 25. Gover
nor Ben Olcott of Oregon in a letter
received today by Governor Stephens
declared he did not see any neces
sity for calling at once a special ses
sion of the legislature to ratify the
federal woman suffrage amendment,
but if a situation arose whereby the
fate of the amendment hung on Ore
gon he would not hesitate to act.
APPROVED BY tXttlMITTER
Washington, Oct. -24. Four more
reservations were approved by the
senate foreign relations committee
today as part of its new program for
qualified acceptance of the peace
I'NSEAT r. S. REPUESENTATIVE
'Washington, Oct. 24. Without a
record vote the house late yesterday
unseated Representative John F.
Fitzgerald of Massachusetts, former
mayor of Boston, and seated former
Representative IPeter F. Tague. Both
Fitzerald and Tague are democrat.
Stanford University, Cal., Oct. 25
Coincident with the decision of
the Trustees of Stanford to charge
a $40 tuition fee, Ibeglnnlng Janu
ary r, 1920. the registrar's office at
the university published figures re
vealing the abnormal crowding of
the university by students and in
particular by students transferring
from other universities.
The total registration at Stanford
this year Is 24.20 students aa com
pared with 2035 at the correspond
ing date In 1915, the year of the
heaviest attendance tip to this time.
More than 300 women who had
applied for admission this year were
rejected owing to the limit of 600
women impose by the foundation
grant of the university.
STANFORD U" TURNS
BY THE TURKS
AIIMEXIAX GOVERNMENT AP
I'EALS TO RED CHOHS TO AR
c . RANGE PLANS
SFLIRS IO REB
Taken Away I Hiring Terrible Mass -
cres of 1918 No Word Received.
Believed ftlaia N
Ttflis, Armenia, Sept. 15, via Parts
Oct. 25. -Turkish Armenian' refn
gees whose daughters were saved
from death for a life of slavery In
Turkish harems, have appealed to
the American Red Cross for aid la
obtaining their freedom. It Is es
timated by officials of the Armenian
ravernmAiit hal an AOA crlrl
thus held In slaverr. An nvniin
committee to arranee obins for thlr
liberation has been named and will
start work at once.
ifees from ih van and nitn.
Igions, disappeared during the massa-
Nothing was heard of
them for months and it waa believed
they had been slain by the Turks.
Recently pitiful appeals for liber-.
ation have been enminu- fmm fn
from the Turkish harema of .-
tolla and European Turkey. Most of
the girls declare that they have not.
Colonel Haskell, high commission
er of the allies to Armenia, has been
appealed to for military aid. No
definite answer has yet been given
but he Is hopeful of being able to
offer a show of force as a back
ground for diplomatic negotiations.
The American 'Red Cross has been
asked for financial backing neces
sary for the work of liberating the
women. . ,
Kckart Buys Hull Place
The sale of the H. T. Hull 60-acre
farm on the upper river road a few
miles from the city was made yester
day to A iB. Eckart of Applegate.
This is one of the valuable farms of
the valley and has a profitable 10
acre orchard, air. Hull owns an in
terest in the Hull ranch in Jackson ,
county, and they may remove to
that place. Mr. and Mrs. Hull have'
been residents of Josephine county
for nine years and have a hpst of
PRESENT AT VOTING
Washington, Oct. 25A-Hope' of a
vote today on the Johnson amend
ment to the peace treaty disappeared
when Senator Johnson of California.
objecting to the unanimous consent
to a roll call before adjournment
said he would not permit a vote un
til Senator Reed, Missouri democrat.
absent due to illness, had an oppor
tunity to speak for the amendment.
AliASKA (SHIPS OUT
' - 7,WM TONS OF COPPER
Juneau, Alaska, Oct. 25. Alaska
products shipped to "the outside"
during August were valued at $6,
572,998, according to tho customs
house report. (More than 7,800 tons
or copper were exported during the
month to the smelter at Tacotna.
ituys Sucker Creek Ranch '
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Cibbs recently
sold their ranch on Sucker creek to
Archie Virtue, and expect to leaTe
today for California where they will
seek another location. , The Gibba
have lived on Sticker creek for many
years, and tMrs. C-ibbs .stated today
that this was her first visit to Grants
Pass for ten years. .