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utujut CaVVXAL JOUltrtAJj, SALEM, OREGON. SATUKDAV, OCTOBER 1, 1010.
VjnW Wijx; re iotD out of
tlJli)SlIlll6S SHOULD T31K 8. 1
BNl'OiVOM THE I'ltOl'OSBD $5
Ivmtro rjtBss U3AHKD wieb.)
Portland, or., Oct 1. Action has"
been taken byT3u?81$ ffdrio&drljfe
ti resist the HcfW trfto anrfbifnceil US'
the Southern Pacific, to bocomo ef
fective on October 1C, advancing tho
freight on rough greon lumborto 15
per ton from Willamette valloy" mills
south of Portland ,to San Frnnofsco
The Oregon and Washington Lum
ber Manufacturers' Association lias
naked tho-intor-state coraiaerce com
mission to suspend tho proposed rnto
until a hearing on tho morlts can
This authorl'y was vested In the
committee by a recently passed
nmondment''to tho Interstate com
The valloy mill men, who will be
affocted by tho announced advnnce,
aro surprised at thf action of the
Southern Pacific, owing to the fact
that tho old case, instituted two years
ago, for :the, purpose of preventing
tW'jS-ratp. announced at that time
from becoming effective, is atlll be
fore tho United States supremo court
on appeal. The Jumb'ermon won In.
nil tho lower courts.
The ruling of tho..interstate com
merce commission two years ago was
to the effect that the old rates of
$3.40, from points south of Portland
on tho east side of tho Willametto
river, and ?3.6G from points south
of Portland on the west sldo of tho
river, to San Francisco bay. should
remain in effect for at least two years
frdifl bctdbbr 16, tho dato of ttfo rul
lng , '
The tariff, published a few days
ago by the Southern Pacific, announc
in'g the 5 rate, will become effective
immodlaloly upon tho oxpiratlon of
the two-year period.
Tho valloy mill mon contend that
the $6 rate will prevent thorn from
disposing of any of their c0mm,on
grade lumber in the San Fraftolseo
bay market, as points wtfh vial&r
transportation facilities have the ad
vantage of competition.
Thd $fe rate places also tho ex
pense of shipping the rough green
lumber on an equal basis with that of
dry and finished material for which
nuch better price is obtained.
PRECINCT ' 1
Tho canvas of tho voto for the Re
publican precinct committeemen,
one to b,e elected from each voting
precinct within tho county nnd the
wholo to compose tho county cen
tral commltteo was completed by tho
canvassing board this afternoon. Jn
srytio precincts, Fairfield, Elkhorn
and Marlon thoro were no nominee's
nnd no votes daBt but In Gervais,
Howell, Macleay and Rosedalo there
was a tlo voto cast for tho sevcro,!
candidates for the office and a con
test oxiBts In those precincts which
wj'l have to bo decided" at the gen
eral olectlon in November. Tho com
plete list of Republican precinct
committeemen, follows. ;.-'
Attmsvllle, If; C.-.pbtte'ri:
AuroVa. A..lC. Scheurer.
BrietenlHisti,. - .
Brooks, Drltt Asplnwall.
, Buttovllle, John Murry.
Champoeg, James 'Smith'.' '
Chemawa, E A. Prultt.
Elkhorn, . . .
Oorvals, (contest) EdT Do Plus, J.
E, Cutsforth, A. A. Dejordon, A.
Horob, Q. W. Anderson.
Howell, (contest) Thos. Laudor
back, Ellla- Stevens, E. O. Wlesner,
Hubbard, W. T. Grimm."
Jcfforson,5 J. T. Jones.
Liberty, A. W. Mlze.
Macleay, (contost) R. W. Oraig,
Marlon, 0. W. Russol.
Mill City, O. L. Holt.
Monitor, J. D. Simmons,
Mt. Angel, 0. J. Cooloy.
Prlnglo, E, O. Clarko.
Jtlversldo, John Groves..
Ilosedale, (contest) C. Burrotfgh.
Thos. Newt, R. D. Tetor. . ,
Salom, No. 1, H. A. Johnson.
y Sdlem, No. 2..E. M. LftFor.
Strtom, No. 3, F. R. Watbrs.
Snlem, No. 4, W. C. Hubbard. "
.SAloiS, No. G, G. B. Unruh.
Salom, No, 6, J. N. Skalfe.
Salom, Nt). 7, O. D. Miles.
Salem, East, A. W. Shrunk.
Scotts Mills, E. E. Hickox.
Sidney, J. Duncan.
Silver Falls, J. M. Holllrtgsworth.
Sllvorton, South, L. B. Haborley.
Sllverton, J. M. Van ValKtmberg.
Sllverton, North, Arthur Hobart.
Stayton, A. L. Mack.
St. Paul, J. L. Cook.
Sublimity, E. C. Downing.
Turner, E. L. Martin.
Woodburn, R. M. Hicks.
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Los Angeles, Calif., Oct. 1. Tho
Times owned by, General Harrison
Otis and his son-in-law, Harr
Chandler, has for 23 years been the
moat deadly foe of organized labor,
in this country Every weapon
known to journalism has been used
to stir up hatred against the labor
unions. Dally cartoons and editor
ials charging labor leaders with con
spiracy, assault and oven murder
have been of almost dally occur
rence. Backed by the powerful mer
chants and manufacturers' associa
tion whichincludes practically oveiy
large merchant In the city, tho Times
has led the fight which has finally
made Los Angeles the greatest bpen
shop town In the country.
In the building trades, particular
ly, the doctrine of "freedom of con
tract" obtains. Structural steel
workers have been working on great
buildings here at three dollars and
even less per day within the last
fortnight, and every attempt to or
ganize workers has been met with
. The Times of late lias been partic
ularly virulent because of the apr
proaching State Federation of Labor
convention which was to meet here
Union Offers AW.
By authority of tho board of di
rectors of the local typographical
union, Ralph U Crlswell, president
of the union, sent the following to
Manager H. G. Chandler of the
"In view of the deplorable accl
dont resulting In the demoralization
of The Times plant, the Los Angeles
branch of the International Typo
graphical union hereby offers you
its assistance In any manner deslra-
A BAD NEIGHBOR!
ble In publishing Tho Tlmoj during
this period of stress."
Differences between the Tlme3
and the typographical union were ' into open warfare
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