La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959, September 19, 1911, Image 1

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IAIRANDE, UNION COUNTY. OREGON.
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1911.
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fOXTlM'OrS RIOTING PREVAILS
THROUGUTOUT THE
CITY. ' '.
FIRST TIME SINCE 1819.
Martial Law Holds Yleana to Prevent
Riots.
Vienna," Sept. 19. For the first time
since the revolution In 1849 martial
law holds Vienna. This results from
the high cost of living and . follows
riots In which one was killed and a
hundred wounded. One hundred and
seventy-five arrests have been mad.
IS
(AH Constitutional Guarantee Is Sus-
landed Today. nation wide jnar-
mdTrackB and Bridges Destroyed
by Dynamite. ; .,
More Fighting in Mexico.
Roma, Texas, Sept. 19. Fifteen
were left dead on the fluid and a score
were wounded last night near Camar-
go, Mexico, when the Magonlsts and
Maderlsts clashed. Magonists claim
tbn victory. There is great excitement
along the border today as a result of
the scrap.
GiUEfJ UUTIL
TUESDAY TO
SETTLE
GERMANY MUST ADJUST FRENCH
DIFFERENCES BY THAT
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ALL filGHT SESSION HELD
Madrid, Sept. 19. Owing to con
tinuous rioting in which railroad
tracks have been destroyed and brldg
h dynamited, probably by anarchists
who are using the strikes to shield
their activity, all constitution guar
antees were suspended today and a
nation wide martial law declared. The
strike situation throughout this king
dom is assuming alarming proportions
and some think it foreshadows a con-I
certed' effort toward a revolution by
tli labor unions. , ''' ' ; ?:
Calencia. Spain, Sept. 19. A muni
clpal Judgw, and his clerk, .were klfled
and five were ; wounded besides the
building being wrecked at Sueca, 20
miles from this city. This was due to
aTiot that broke out. - Troops were
called and, dispersed the. strikers.
Retaliating laborltes today toted
'general strike;' which will bedeolared
nnn. The revolutionists are advo
eating a general uprising.-' :-'.
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MOT TALK
IMMEDIATELY PUT UNDER: BOND
TO APPEAR! BEFORE JUDGE.
Charged With Trying to Get Witness
Oat of the State.
ARREST!
KG ALL
RELATIVES
RUSSIA TRYING TO FIND CAUSE
FOR STOLYPIN KILLING
Troops on Guard to Prevent an -Anti
Jewish Riot.
Kieff, Russia, Sopt. 19. Unable to
learn who was behind Attorney Bo
groff, the assassin of Premier Stoly
pin, officials are , arresting . every
Itnnwn nalatlira anA. orlvtnff thm the
tMrd degree.
The police believe he represented
T ... . will-.. 11.1 ...t.
me jwan ana rinisn cuauuuu nu.
opposd Stolypin. It is reported that
the assassin may confess and that he
la weakening. The plot against the
government may yet come out Thou
8ands of troops am on guard anticl
Pattng an anti-Jewish riot . -
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WETS WIN BY 20. "J
French Financiers Take the Matter In
Hands and Demand a Settlement
Morgan Gets In the Game as Relief
Agent. .
GRDSSCUP IS
JESIG0 0I
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TO1
AUTO CLUB TO UNION.
WILL LEAYE THE BENCH TO
, HAVE MORE FREEDOM ASA
CITIZEN.
All Car Owners Are Invited There
Tomorrow Night
All members of the Union County
Motor club and all auto owners are
invited to run over to Union tomorrow
uvening and enjoy the banquet to bo
given by that city to thu auto people.
HAS BEEfi TUBGET LATELY
He It Was Who Set Aside the $29,000,
000 Fine of the Standard OU Co.
Bitter Attacks X'pon Him While on
the Bench. , f
National Protective Legion.
Columbus, O., Sept" 19. The Na
tlonal Protective Legion, a fraternal
Insurance organization with a consid
erable membership In tljis section of
tha country, began its annual conven
tion in this city today. The officers'
reports show gratifying progress for
the year, both In membership and fin
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MEN WHO OWN AND CONTROL
THE SHOE MACHINERY IN
TROUBLE,
CONTROL II BUSINESS
Los Angeles, Sept 19. Cited for
contempt "of court on the" strength ot
an affidavit filed by Charles Weir, the
foreman of the grand 'Jury, for iwfus
lng to answer questions bearing upon
the Tlraja case, John Harington, an
attorney associated with the McNam-
ara defense, is under on thousand
dollar bond today to appear before
Judge Bord well for a hearing. Weir's
Affidavit states.; that t Harrington., re
fused to answr qo?ttons beaiing on
the charges made by the prosecution
that the prosecution's witnesses had
been intimidated and tampered with.
Weir says Harrington refused to
answer when he was asked if he had
promised D. H. Ingersoll $5,000 If th
latter would procure the absence of
his wife, Lena ; Ingersoll, the San
Francisco lodging house keeper, from
California during the McNamara trial.
Paris, Sept. 19. Unless Germany
settles her French differences before
six o'clock next Tuesday Bhe will be
forced Into a tight financial corner.
This decision was reached after an
all night session by a group of French
financiers presided over by Baron
Rothschild at Frankfort, acting in
behalf of this German bankers who
are, scared. . ,
German four per cent, bonds to the
Lextent of threa hundred million marks
are due Monday and most of them are
held in France where they have been
placed by German hanks which admit
they cannot make good.
Tht? latest German note) arrived to
day and it is said to be conciliatory.
If. the notes are not taken up it
would throw Germany into financial
chaos. It is rumored that Plerpont
Morgan . ha -agreed-, to , f urnlsh-, th
necessary money to awert a possible
panic 4n German financial circles pro
vided -that the government accept
Rothschild's ultimatum In regard to
Germany's acceptance of this French
notes.. :-, . .
Chicago, Sept. 19. Judge Peter
Grosscup, of the United States cir
cuit court of appeals, today announc
ed his Intention of resigning on Oct.
1st and resuming his law practice.
He was formerly counsel for several
large corporations and since ha has
been on the bench has been blttr?rly
attacked by the labor prees and has
had much agitation against him:
He said his family Insisted .that he
resign so that he could havw more
freedom as an Individual citizen. He
Is the Judge- who set aside tha $29,-
000,000 fine imposed upon he Stand-'
ard Oil company by Landis. .
- Judge Grosscup said: "The world
politically Is trying "to catch up with
the world . morally and everything ia
uudergilng.a Wifcge oi economic con
ditions. Next year thaVpresidentlal
election will, I .believe, be lost on oVt
lines and Bettlemen-t for the future
will not come through the courts but
through the court of , public opinion.
I never expect to hold offiora again."
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PRISONER HAS HIS SAY BEFORE
HE IS OYERTOWERED.
In Bitter Language He Denounces the
' Whole Proceeding. ''
Tacoma, Wn., Sept- 19. Convicted
of kidnapping his own son and aen
fenced to five years in the penlhsn
tiary, H. G. Herold, today turned on
Judge Clifford in court after he had
failed In a plea for mitigation, and
denounced the court In ttw most bit
ter language. , , -
"You are railroading me to the
pen, . the proaecuuon nas lieu auu
mlsrepresonted me," he- aald and con
tinued' by stating that he bad been
gtven-the "third degree" in a.i ndea
vor to force him to confess. He was
finally overpowered and taken to Jail
Defense Scores a Point.
Los Angeles, Sept. 19.-The defense
of General PrycR. who is fighting ex
tradition to Mexico on charges of mur
der, robbery and arson, scored heav
ily before United States Commission
er Van Dyke today when Suva Banco,
the first, wltmess,, testified that Pryce's
men were, called "rebels' and that
they carried a flag. ' This materially
strengthened the claims of the defense
that the men under Pryce wene rec
ognized ' as": organized ; belligerents.
Blanco adnrttted- he commanded the
Mexican volunteers at the battle of
Tla Juana and said D'Ceuvas, the Tia
Juana postmaster whom Pryce is al
leged to have killed, was In Blanco's
command Admitting ueuvas was
armed shows that he was a combat
ant and that his death was the result
of war, not murder., '
Cammlas on Trust Law. r
Des Moines," Sept ld.-Plsagreeing
f"'. with Taft's 6pinlon that the anti-trust
v . v nw does not neea iiueuumcui jiiiu.u
Augusta, Me., Sept. 19. Ac- states Senator Cummins said he be-
cording to Ihe announced official neVes the law should be amended and
ret.-rua here today tho wets won 8 supplemented. "I was surprised to
the 'last state election by a ma- ino that the president emphatically
Jority of 20 votes. This is from opposes any amendment," said Cum-
the complete leturns and Is fln- mln3i and continued. "Of course ln-
al- By this result the constltu- tnrnrtatiorui of the Sherman law by
tional amiMidment making the the supreme court must be accepted
sale of liquor illegal is repealed. gnal and whether' the construction
. 1. sound or unsound it will stand as
,the law laid down." '
EOPLE FORGED 10 Pill
FOR TRUST PR08ECUTI0
' New York, Sept 19. How the mon
ey trust makiss the consumer "pay the
freight" for fines levied upon it by 'the
government when It was detected In
the customs fraud steals, was set forth
today by sugar broker, , They said
the trust's, profits for the coming
year following the arbitrary - raise
from $3.75 per hundred pounds to
$7.25 will net the corporation forty
millions. ' Much of this will be ua?d
to wipe out the deficit In .the trust's
reserve caused by ' government pros
ecutions. ' '
OVER TIE VALLEY TODAY
SPREADING THE TRUTH
I S
CAUDAL
New York, Sept 9. Some astound
'nc diplomatic and political history
nomination .was promised Hill as
sod for his removal.- .
It Is said republicans neeaea money
revealed here today in the boom , , cam)aien 0 u was
f Dr. Hill, former American ambas- neceg8ary to give Leishman, th ateel
ador to Geirmany. for the republican magnate, the Berlin post In order to
nomination for governor of New Yok
t fan. This alleged gubenatorial
obtain the financial support from him
Hill made a good ambassador.
The fair committee started this
morning on a tour of the valley to
spread the truth among tho ranchers
and fruit growers, relative to theIse88ion of the annual convention of
areat annual Union county fair, and i tne International Association of Firs
Convention of Fire Chiefs.
Milwaukee,' Avis., Sept. 19. The first
to encourage further (exhibits to be
brought, in. With a number of autos
loaded with business men La Grande
la represented among her supporters
In a way that no one can doubt is gen
uine; '. : '".-" ,
It has been learned that wrong im
pressions ' have become fixed in the
minds of some regarding the fair and
its mission. Thtese have grown even
to the extent that It appears some
planted work to create such impres
sions. . The committee le-n route today
will take all such matters' up per
sonally with the people and a thor
ough and satisfactory explanation will
follow. Because there Is nothing In
the whole fair management tut what
welcomes the light of day and there
is nothing but a firm desire to have
proper exhibits and fair and impar
tial contests in Rverythlng.
Engineers was held in tiie auditorium
this, morning with fire chiefs from
nearly all of the principal cities of
the United States and Canada in at
tendance. 1 Mayor Seldel delivered an
address of welcome an John Thomp
son of Toronto, president of the asso
elation, responded for the visitors,
The convention will continue its ses
slons four days. One of the features
Is an exhibition of fire apparatus of
the most modern pattern and design
AU May Be Indicted.
Seattlie, Sept. 19. Before the feder
al Judiciary today at Tacoma, the
case against nine Seattle men, charg
lng them with "conspiracy to obstruct
Justice," will be filed. This results
from the Hanford injunction In the
street car fight It ts believed all or
a majority will be indicted.
They Make Shoe Machinery and Rent
,,. and Xcase. It But WJlLSot SU
"Sail to Be Direct Yloiatlon of the"
Anti-Trust Laws Fine or ImprUoa
men or Both Is Punishment,
Boston, Mass., Sept 9. Holding
that six men prominent in the man
agement of the United Shots Machin- -ery
company are criminally liable aa
Individuals under the anti-trust laws,
and alleging Illegal monopolization of
Interstate commerce In shoe machin
ery, the federal Judge returned two
indictments against them today.
The men ana James Storrer, presi
dent; E. J. Hurt, E. P. Howe, Wil
liam, C. W. Browne. The penalty !
a heavy fine or imprisonment or both-
The company manufactures as a spe
cialty all machines used in the pro
duction of shoes which it leases but
will not sell This gives them virtual
control of the shoe business.
..- Roberts to Continue.
Mlddleton, U Y., Sept." 19. Roberts
the aviator, has received tne neces
sary parts ta his wrecked afiroplano
and expects to resume his flight to
morrow. ' . . . . ' ' ;
Make a Trial Flight, .i -
Colfax. Oal., Sept. 19. Sept 19.
Aviator Fowler announced today that
he will make a trial flight in his ma
chine tomorrow, and then expects to
resume his transcontinental flight
. i Scottish Rite Masons.
Saratoga, N. Y., Sept 19 Masons of
highest degree from many states as
sembled In Saratoga today at the op
enlng of the annual sesaion of the su
nrenve council, thirty-third degree
Scottish Rite "Masons. The business
of the meeting will occupy three day
HES UPPER
BID
FIRST PRESIDENT TO EYEB CROSS
THE STRAITS. .
i Senator Carter Laid Away.
Washington, Sept. 19. Impressive
funisral services over the remains of
former Senator Crane were held today
at St. Paul's church. Senators Bailey,
ex-Senator Scott, Attorney General
Galen of Montana, Judgie Hunt of the
court of commerce, George Hamilton,
Hannis Taylor and Frank Streeter
were honorary pall bearers. ... .
Taft Addresses Crowd on the Ferry,
While Crossing Over. '
Aboard Taft's Special, Sault Ste.
Marie, Mioa j Sept; , 19. This Is the
first time a president of the United
States ever Invaded the upper Michi
gan peninauia. Taft crossed the
straits "of Mackinaw and started to
ward the Soo today. He addressed a
crowd on the ferry which took the
train across the straits. ,
For the second time Bince he start
ed on his tour President Taft received
a death message when informed of the
dath of Congressman Ed Madison. He
telegraphed condolence to the widow.
The death of TNhidt3on; seemed to de
press the president.
! tleet to Stay at 'Frisco.
Washington,! Sept. 19. The navy
department today is In receipt of di
rections from President Taft to hold
the Pacific fleet at San Francisco
jintll after the fair ground breaking
ceremonies take place..
Michigan Governor's Daughter to Wed
Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., Sept. 19.
Elaborate preparations , have been
completed for; the. wedding of Miss
Emily F. Osborn,; daughter of Gover-,
nor and Mrs. .Chase S. Osborn, and
Richard Sanderson , of RJdley iPark,.
Pa. ; The ceremony Is to' take place
tomorrow avenjng In St James' Epis
copal church of this .city. Among the ;
guests will be' a number of prominent
society ; people from out of down.
JURORS I'JE
Following Is a Hat of Jurors that
have been drawn) for the October
term of circuit court: '
Chas. Chandler, Elgin; Chris John
son, North Powder; A. H. Parson, El
gin; Chas. ; Oswald, Summervllle;
Green Doton, Union; W. T. She In, Is
land City; J. R. Weaver, Elgin; Royal
Jones, Cove; Sherwood Williams, Im
bler? 3. T Mulehlll, Union; C. P. Fer
rln, La Grande; J A. Holman. Island
City; Q. A. Aughey, North Powder:
J. A. Horn, Elgin;, J. W. Baxter, Cove;
Frank McKlnnis, Summervllle; John
Shaw, North Powder; E G. Adcook, La
Grande; Joe Clark, La Grande; Geo.
F, Haller, Telocaset; John Shaw, AU
cel; Elmer Swlger,-Union; John Col
lier, La Grande; M. M. Gilklson, North
Powder; W. T. Wallslnger, Island
City; Guy Glenn, Summervllle; W, E.
Ruckman, Imbler; H. H, Huron, Sum
mervllle; W.R. Jones, La Grande;
Judd Geer( Cove; E. W. Kammener,
La Grande. .V ,