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TRIBUTE PAID SAILORS
KILLED AT VERA CRUZ
New York. Nation and city paid
tribute In alienee Sunday to the 17
men who nave their Uvea In the occu
pation of Vera Crux. Bearing the
bodies of the bluejacket and marines,
the armored cruiser Montana, escort
ed by the presidential ya lit Miiyflow
r, having aboard the secretary of the
nary, reached port early Sunday morn
ing and convoyed by the puperdroad
nought Wyoming, steamed up the har
bor shortly before noon
The bodies were brought ashore
hortly before ft o'clock Monday morn
ing and plueeil cm MteMM for the
procession up Broadway to City Hall
for a brief ceremony UtSfl Mi M
across the Manhattan bridge to the
navy yard for the services. PNSMmH
Wilson FMflktd the city frMI Wash
ington at fill Mo&tfaj and delivered
Iho memorial ftMfWM :it Hie navy
"The fei linn thai ll uppermost," he
aid, "In OM of profound urlet. n . wt
tin re Ih mixed with that trial I pro
found pride Hi.it iliev should have
MM II tin did. and If I ina say It
out Of tnv heart, a toiieli of envy of
those who were permitted so quietly,
km nobly lo do their dtil.v
Tin head ol the nation looked out
over Hi- thOUMWfl masked ii ) n i t the
roirins on the . in. id. chiiiiiiIh. and his
volee boot with emotion as lie if
rlared his creed: "We hnve gone
down lo Meeo." he said, "to serve
mankind If we can find out a way.
We do not want to fight the .Mexlcam.
W e want to serve them."
State i' .et Aid It Decided by Board.
Halem, Or That only counties
which provide substantial funds with
wlih Ii to liullil p rmaneiil roads will
lie alil'-il If in Hie state highway fund
wiih the derision rem lied by the state
Mghvviiv eouinilnsloti. In further out
lining Its polli v the eoinuilsslon an
il ii ed that Ml permanent thor
oughfares would he built with the
State liirliwav fllli'l
-CEREAL KING" IS DEAD
Charlee W. Poet, of Battle Creek,
Mich., Commlte Suicide.
Hunts llarhura, till -'. W. Post.
iniilii millionaire cereal king of Hat lie
Creek Mich , eominilted suicide at Ida
winter residence here by shooting
himself through the head with a rifle.
Mr I'ost hud been convalescing, It
was thought, from a prolonged Illness.
He e( iimmI himself from the attend
ing nurse, against her protest, hv sa.v
tug he wished to lie down ami to be
alone and unlet. He went to hie
apartment and In a moment a shot
was heard, lie had placed the muzzle
of a rifle In his mouth and touched
the trigger with his toe The lop of
hie head was blown off.
Storm Kills Four In Central Weet.
Chicago I 'our live were lost and
Rreat proper! v damage done by a
storm which was especial!) severe In
Iowa, southern Wisconsin, northern
Illinois, and which continued east, im
pairing telegraph and telephone sen
In Dane county, Wisconsin, in. my
MfMM Were hull flops .Kill h.HIIS
IDAHO BUILDING IS READY
Pavilion At Panama Expoeltion It
Dedicated At Sen Francitco.
II. Use The Idaho p.ivllltm, till "f
ii .i,i,- Hm ,i in . i iii Hi. Pimm i'a-
,.lir KipoaltloU lu be c. mi pi. led . has
I d. di. I at San Irani isco
s oi da ol "d fi landahlu w.ie
, aged I i vi .ii the reprt .-. ui.i
i i .mil Idaho
i i Idaho 0 tin- iM I
lion, m. oi. i ) Ins:
I,, uov is '''c
, , . (or H.. i-i iho i bolns
, . 1 1 , i . i. ,i u the producti
of Idaho will h. in evlilen,-.- Ill III"
diiicreiii upoalttoa buUdlaja .n.i the
Idaho bulldlUR Will I"' filled with Its
product Idaho't I1SS.I tip
itppiopi mi ioii in. an.- a per c.ipila lax
of H cents on III ITSiSSS people
Joseph II Hud 'liiiu.nu. M M 1. 1'U
teiianl gi'Veiiuii of Idiiho. was chair
man of the ilav. Speakers vvcic Ma
Jor Ueed. I'rauk It lotliii flist MI
lirer ot Idaho. Ii It Hale, exposition
Ice piesltlout. and lit .in. I state lep
resi'iitatlves of ('aliform Mrs A II.
Iloomer, wife of an Idaho pliiiuii.
raited the Idaho flag
Wooer it Shot, Then Arretted.
Kellogg Krie Tolcii. a miner, was
hot It it alleged hv Jelmar Johnton.
who was escorting Miss Ida JohSSM
home from a dance, the shooting tve
tuning w the front v.ud of the home
of Walter C Clark. VMM Mitt John
eon has been employed Johutou has
not been arrested
For two years. Mist Johnson tayt.
MS has lived in tenor of loleu. und
iiiiui' inns men who have escorted her
buve MM Ihieali ned with death
Woman Leads Band Which
Seems Bent on Murder.
THREATS FREQUENTLY MADE
New York City Hm Never Before
Experienced Such Demonetretione.
Leedert Are Pupilt of Emma Gold
man end Alexander Berkman, King
end Queen of Anarchy In Amerioe.
New York. t'nrest among the so
called Industrial Workers of the World,
anarchists and other kindred organiza
tions has never before been pitched to
such fever bent as now. I tcmonsl ra
tions protesting against various hull
vldlials and corporations are held dally
lieallnk' vvltii the crowds s n great pti7.
r.li' to (lie metropolitan police, orators
from the rank ami tile or tin anarch
1st and I. W. W. are granted the, con
Ptioto by Amerlenn Press Association.
"SWEJCT MAIIIS" HANTS.
siltntloiial right of free speech
Threats of murder and of MMMMI
UM are frequently made In speeches
The iniarchlsis have never had fuller
sweep III their scope of murderous en
deavor Iii any country or In any i It.v
than they are now being given In New
That Alexander llerkman and Kniina
lioldmaii. the king and queen of an
archy In this country, count on a wo
man lo turn the trick of reprisal Is
p 1 1 n "Sweet Marie" Unlit, a follow
er of the anarchists, openly dec In r
ed. with a multitude of h Ions mljec
I lie-., that she would kid .l.din i
Itoekefeller, Jr., and went so far ua to
seek the young millionaire In bis own
olllt-e ami attack him. She Is the head
of the living squadron of iitiiiivhv
known as the "Hid Angels" The po
lice consider her dangerous. Khe never
leases to talk.
Ottlcera are anxious to use their
heavy clubs They know what It Is to
deil with anarchists The youngest of
Hum have heard of the Hay market
rlota In Chicago In March, IIS. In
New York, the llayumrkct reprisals
came uear being reproduced when
Sellg Kllverstelli threw a bomb Into
Hie polb e ranks. The Isunl. was poor
Iv made, and It exploded In his own
hand, killing hint and wounding the
MMtS als. ui li I in lie had a card In
lilt pocket, a card with the slguatut
of Alexander Iterkinau. vouching for
Mm as an SMMkM
The cops are not at all In tyuipath.v
with the policy of walchful waiting
Moreover, they are puzzled I'.v 'his
new turn of anarchistic strategy the
employ me lit of women III the game of
Marie Hunts It only u private In the
ranks, hut she hopes to In-come a cor
lairal soon If she UCCfthl she will
oiitiauk I'liiiua (iolilinan herself That
Ik her aiiihlHoii, and her life's story
lelllles the statement M.nie stllillisl
n.iichv under laulii.i Holdiuau She
wa the ini'-t eager of the sludenta of
the led .ilcell She Is v If, a bit III
t lined lu fat. lav ph.v si. ally and some
what frowrajr, fof tha ladles of Imh'i
-. P..,. I d.. iimI lake much time about
their toilet She Is Iwelilv three ir.il
ol tine !"ul WM bOfS 10 Austria, the
in... I nl-t... i.iiic ... until in the world
perhaps She Mils that she 1 a
vvoinan. and she has sold goode, be
gtlinlM wllh MBlWffTl to delii.ii'
dealer and audliui with Iho twluos wf
Mother Kartb and othaf uiasaalutM thai
ll. in Hie lace ol edalillshed law and
"Sweet Millie" is an Ironic alias The
MM Bya hot In- name bMMM Si Ml
foul tOUtftt She ues profanlt.v as an
epert Nil loiigshorciiian comd give
Mane points In anathema Curses lip
pie from her lipt
The cause of this iinpns-islcuteil up
heaval l allillaitisl to the tragedies re
suiting fiom t lie mine strike In Coloru
do. when Ihlrtv llvo were lost lu bat
ties between strikers ami guards.
I'iMtesfs art ladug made against John
li Itoikefercr, .Ir.'t. assertion that
the mine OWMfS vvouhl not MMJSjM
the iiiii.'u- Tha young man bus been
hoiiuilisl since he appeared SSfSM
coiigletsioiiiil Inv educating iiiiniuitten
and made st.nemeiitt to w hlih the an
One of the feat urea of the deiuu i
ttratious was the dally appearance of
"mourners" In front of his ottk'es. each
wearing a tSBM baud around his or
her arm "In memory of the brave lulu
era who dnsl in the coalfields while
luudliitf up for their rlgiiU,' ihcy aaid-
POET PLANS ST. LOUIS FETE.
Percy Maekaye to Have Alrthip
Part of Big Civic Sptcttcle.
New York. Percy Maekaye. poat
and playwright, haa been In coruwlta
Hon here with aviation experta aa to
the selection of an aeroplane and pilot
to take part In the great civic apecta
cle. part of which lie la preparing for
si Louis In connection with the cele
bration this summer of the one bun
died and fiftieth anniversary of the
sett lenient of while men on the aite of
Mr Mackaye's part In the celebra
tion Is tho staging of bis work. "Tha
Muslim, of St I... nls " Tho spirit of
the mound builders, who Is made hap
py by the appearance of a child of a
new race restoring civilization; spirits
representing the Mississippi river and
the nations of Ktirope. pioneers led by
the youthful St I .ouis and earth spirits
led by Hold, who is conquered by Love
and Imagination, are characters to be
seen In the spectacle.
The aeroplane N to represent a giant
eagle, the emblem of Union, which
files across the scene at the close of tho
spectacle It Is likely that n biplane
will be chosen for this purpose.
FLIES CAUSED EPIDEMIC.
London Govtmmtnt Board Objtots to
Offtndtng Dutt Heap.
London. An outbreak of enteritis
1 oeciiired last summer among tho chll
j (lien In (lie lottl li w arl; hilh'inary, and
I nine died The epidemic was dellnltely
tra.cd o the pi esc near the Inllrui
ftfy of the Cnmlioi well borough coun
cil's dump for dust anil rubbish, which
i Is now taken to a railway siding at
I Raat I ulw ich railway station, close to
the liillrm ir.v
The local government board has
j again called upon the Catiiberwell bor
ough council to make other arrange
inetit.1 for the removal of Its dust and
Ir. llruce. the medical superintend
ent, declared tint the cause of the out
break was to be found lu the dust sid
ing I Miring hot weather, he said, the
Institution swarmed with fill's, and kM
children's wards were Unbearable
Dr. rieteher, n local government
board I'lspector. supported lr Hriiee.
but the borough council for the second
time declined to take action ami mere
ly acknowledged the board's letter.
MOUNDS ARE FOUND
Sli Groups Willi No Previous
Record Located In Wisconsin.
Madison. Wls.-ltlcb Indian Onds
have been made rtnciitly lu three eouii
ties of northern YVIacmitlu.
The Wisconsin An liuo.logli al society
la publishing an account of the explora
lions conducted by two of Its ineiubvit,
J. I" Schumacher of Green Hay ami W.
A. Titus of I ..ml du Lac, In I'ortage.
Mai.iiiiou and Llucolu couiuieH re
cently. A study was tuude by tbeaa men.
I... Hi of whom are esrluneed invest!
gators, of the alsirlglual remalua still
existing al... ut Wausau. Merrill. Toma
hawk. llealTord and oilier placet tloug
the upper Wlscomdu river
Near Bradley and UeulTord survey
were made of six distinct grouie of In
di in .-.ii thw a I.-, of which there bad
been no previous state record. I h
laigest of these coutltted of thirty
tin. 11 conical and oval mounds. An em
lileuiallc mound lu one of tho groups U
the only one of its data as yet loeatoe
lu northern Wisconsin.
it It more than sixty miles north ol
the northernmost limit of the ettigy
mound territory. At this place there
also exists a line plot of old Indian gar
Iii I'ortage county the work of the
Invetllgalois was chiefly confined ti
the regions about l.aket Basil aud
Olilielniid. near each of which iinpor
taut discoveries were made.
GROUNDS FOR DIVORCE.
Husband Set Ablaze When Lamp,
Hurled at Him, Esplodtt.
AHnull. City. . J -"This mil.es
good evidence up. 'ti which I can gel a
divorce." was the lepl.v of Johll Ham
ilton to the police, vv lien they dein Hid
ed that lie sign a complaint agahiM lilt
wile and met with a Hut refusal
The wife, it It alleged. In a rage burl
ad a lighted lamp at his bead which
track the wall, exploded, tins! hit
clothing and set the furniture and car-
pets in his home aflame I'Uciiien
l.uiiiii nun unconscious on inc uoor nit
er they had used chemical fluid to coil
ijuci the blae He was tent to the
hospital, where his burns were dreta
etl. Ills Injuries are not serious
GROCERS ALSO POLICEMEN.
Three Hundred Kansas City Trades
men Now Prepared For Swindlers.
Kansas City Hereafter If tn Kau
tat Citv. Kau. housewife ueedt a po
liceman hi a hurry ami cannot dud out
the may call on the corner grocer to
prolacl the family plata. This wat
made Ksslble when svlal police cow
missi.'ns were given to 300 grocers.
The giK-ers want the commission
mainly to arrest cheek forgers inonev
order raisers, short change men and
others who victimize tbem. but they
will also serve at ueighlsirlioud protector.
I EAT ALL I WANT
NOW. AND FEEL FINE!
'jaBM bbbI aaaal bbbt k LiH LVt
No More Gas on the Stomach or Sour
Stomach! No More Heavy Feeling
After Meala or Constipation I
If you have sour stomach, contttlpa
tlon or gas on tho stomach try JUST
ONE I if .'. K. of almplo buckthorn bark,
glycerine, etc., aa mixed In Adler-Ika,
the remedy which Is becoming known
as the MOST POWERFUL bowel
cleanser ever eold.
The VERY FIRST dose shown ro
sulta and a short treatment with
Adler-i-ka will suaprlBe you.
This remedy drains such astonish
ing amounts of old matter from the
system that A SINGLE DOSE rellevea
constipation, sour stomach and gns
on the stomach almost INSTANTLY.
Ask Your Druiiuisi For u iiottle
ALL THE TIME
Shcllhnrn Lady Suffered a Greal
Deal, But Is All Riht Now.
ShPllhorn, Ala. In a letter from this
place, Mrs. Carrie May no- n: "A short
time ngo. I rommeticid to hnve weak
bi.clla and 1 I adnhes. I felt bad all
the time, and soon grew so bad I
couldn't stay up. I thouRlit I would die.
At last my husband got mc a bottle
of Cnrdttl, and It helped me; so he got
some more. After I had taken tha
second bottle. I wan entirely well.
I wish every lady. Buffering front
womanly trouble, would try Cnrdul.
It Is the best medicine I know of. It
did me more good than anything I ever
Cardul Is a woman's tonic a
nlrcngthenltig medicine for women,
made from Ingredients that act spa
clflcally on the womanly organs, atid
thus help to build up the womanly con
stltutlon to glowing good health.
As n remedy for woman's Ills, It haa
a auccessfiil record of over BO years.
Your dttigglst soils It. Please try IL
N. II U'rilfl.i: l.ijm' A'vli.xv IVpi . Cjtutu-.-.
Mrji, ineC.n., (.iKiianoifa. lrnn.,tor SptfUU
Imlrurliii n; and M p tsuk. 'Hisne Tiraiirsatt
lur Wisttn," lent it plain siappai. en imutal.
HERE IS THE CHANCE OE
if you want to loonto near a town
ilmt Iih8 a very bright future I
liave 70 acres of the very choicest
liiinl, haa a nice slope to the
east, a first-clasa water right
."ii acres in alfalfu, text has been
in grain. Not huing it all paid
for it leaves me unable to take
care of that much land. I will
ell anywhere from " to 70 acres.
My price ranges from $lf0 er
acre up. About half cash; gooj
ui ins on rest at 8 per cent in
terest. Land exactly the sume
adjoiniiit! abas been selling ut
1200 to .T-:;nn per acre, so here
is your chunce if you want a
good tract of land; 'J miles from
Ontario, Ore. uear Malheur
Junction, whtre car shops and
round bouse will 110 doubt be
built iu the neur future.
J. J. D1ESS
nut. u 10 Oregon
I rain Service.
Ontario, tiregou, M ay 17th, I VII
Time table No 7:1
No IS Oiegou Wath Itil Kill a m
No Tf llolre 1'h-m liger I " a in
No 10 batata Bipvms It ill p
No TI liolse I'Hsaenger ItM I1
No ti Oregon P?MB iBBMSl ,; II P ui
No " Oregon Halt I. 'id 4:1T a m
No To Huutiiigtoii t'astciigei PtitSS
No '.' Oiegcn Wttsb PJfj 6:50 p U)
No ." Kaat Mail I It) m
No 77 lluullugtou l'aa'gr Itll V m
Mitll.t-nn Valley liiaueh.
No lit Vale ami Juntura, Mixed,
Dally 1 Sunday, 7:00 am
No HI Vale, mixed. Daily Kxoept
Sunday 10:00 a m
No 141 Hi. .gau mixed, Mou Wed uud
Fridays 10:00 a m
No 07 Vale 1'aaeeuger 7 :00 p in
h tt Uouud Arrive
No OS Vale t'ataeoger 8:40 am
No 14'- Vale Mixed, lues Tburt
days aud Saturdays 1 .00 p in
No 144 lirogau mixed, Mou Wed aud
Fridays 4 :40 p m
No 140 Juntura mixed. Dally except
Sunday 0 :0i p m
The Hi ine.l.ilf tralu learet Nytta
at 2:45 on Tuesday. Tburaday and
I Matoi-'iav, returniug, arrive at On
tano at 0 p. m.
LbIbV iflH aKJI Lv aaLsv
S XjgP- i;,.,wrfj IJtlJj!!! S
si mi aaJk, yiifir
On Sale in
A. E. PRICE & CO..
CHEAP EXCURSION RATES ON ALL RAILROADS
iniu dui u
IClWNS COUhT IM,
f ' rm w r rnnviRnffAio Run Jfflk
VaPPEABS IN PABADE VNf T3 WOMAn in mi J
BBBHBItflBEaBB i5aBr mKL B bHHLHH BtaBeBSaSI
pajjaawava' AajpA sj.nu Hrl PasTol tv'
1 v'rraa.B? TliKir;, a: H al ' i OAFIlNG IN W V
a. -viraaB .rv vw"wtt. v tvw- n w
VtS-!iP-SslV " '.vTXtJf
r.ANCL5 Daily -Matinee 2 -nicht o ociock
Sf, i-irrM one moum. e a n l 1 1: R
FREE STREET PARADE -1030 IN THE MOHNING
BUFFALO BILL, hi Indiana Ranch Girls. Cowboys want to see
all th- boys and irls SELLS-FLOTO want- you to see the new
who B .1 spsn otns. Ita splcnoid new tablesux --600
Seopie of di Nti.ori5--450 Noses--9 bands CO ME
OWN TOWN 1 --CIRCUS PARADE-2 MILES LONG?
lu the loiinty lourt of the State of
Oregou for Malheur County.
lu the mutter of (.lie estate of Q V.
Downs, (o'.liei we known as Ueorg'
V. H wnt), deceased.
Notice it hereby given to all whom
it may conceru, that the undertlgued
baa beeu duly appoluted by the Coun
ty Court of the State of Oregon, for
Malheur County, administrator of the
estate of the said O. W Downs (other
wine known aa Ueorge W. Oowus) de
caased. All persona having claims
agulntt the estate of the said deceas
ed, are hereby notified to present the
same to me tor allowance duly veri
fied as required by law, at the office
of C McUunagill, at Ontario, Oregon.
within all mouths from the date of
Dated at Outario, Oregon, this 30th
H. W. WHITVVORTrl,
WOMAN IN iMt
ii-ilu I tpT-J UMS,
tht. DtHW nnL.
JUNGLE fV i'T..V -"--
PtFirORMinTfJl v FASClNATifvlCl
by "iMt ricardo 6 ' V sie TMr ONLY LIVING
CAPT, IiUTCH a1 5 HYNErJi
day of April, lyil.
O. 8. SMITH, Administrator.
I ENVOYS BOARD STEAMSHIP
Fugston's Hospitality, Badger's Offer
of Passage, Politely Declined.
Vera Cru. -President Huerta's
three peace commissioners, Kinilio
Kabasa, Augustln Rodriguez and Luis
Elguero. left here on their way to
Niagara Falls. Canada, where the con
ference between the mediators and
the represeutativet of the Uuited
States and Mexico will be held.
The loiuniisslouers politely declined
the offers of hospitality made by Bri
gadier General Funston, as well as
Rear Admiral Badgers offer to give
them passage on the Morro Castle,
and boarded the Kronprinzesaln Ce
cile for the United States by way of
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