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BATTLESHIP FLEET BACKS
UP DEMAND ON HUERTA
Atlantic Squadron Rushed to Tampico
With Auxiliary Force of 11,000.
Vera Cruz, Mex. — The Mexican
foreign minister, Senor Portillo y Ro
jas, has transmitted to the American
charge d’Affaires, Nelson O'Shaugh
nessy, a note dealing with the arrest
of the assistant paymaster and a de
tachment of bluejackets from the Uni
ted States gunboat Dolphin at Tam
pico, ami the demand of Admiral Mayo
that the American flag be saluted.
In effect the note says that the Mex
ican government cannot see wherein
the Federals have inflicted any insult
on the American nation; that ordering
the army to salute the American flag
would be an admission that the United
States is exercising undue influences
over this country's free action, ami
that President Huerta is disposed to
uphold the honor and sovereignty of
Mexico at any cost.
Washington,'; D. C.— President Wil
son has ordered practically the entire
Atlantic fleet to Mexican waters to
force a public salute to the Stars and
Stripes from the Huerta government
as an apology for the arrest of Amer
ican marines at Tampico last Thurs
No ultimatum has been issued that
is, no specified time has been set with
in which the Huerta government must
comply—but the naval demonstration
has been ordered as a concrete evi
dence of the fixed determination of the
United States to back up Rear Admir-
al Mayo’s demand for a salute. L’p to
Wednesday General Huerta had not
made satisfactory response to the de-
"Future developments depend on
Huerta himself,” was the way a high
administration official close to the
President summarized the situation.
The decision to send the fleet was
reached after the President and Secre
tary Bryan had conferred for an hour
with John Lind, personal representa
tive of President Wilson in Mexico,
and after a two-hour cabinet meeting,
at which dispatches from Charge
O'Shaughnessy revealed that the
Huerta government disputed the right
of American marines to be ashore at
Tampico and contended that its recent
public statement of apology was ample.
Immediately after the cabinet meet
ing Secretary Daniels issued his order
to the Atlantic fleet and wireless mes
sages flashed up and down the Atlantic
coast to put the fleet under steam for
Tampico. It will be the largest fight
ing force the American government
has assembled for possible action since
the Spanish-American war. Eleven
great battleships, with auxiliaries
carrying 11,000 men, will comprise
the force off Tampico.
Many Cities Successful In
University of Oregon, Eugene Re
ports of successes achieved in other
states in anti-fly campaigns continue
to come to Dr. Clifton F. Hodge, pro
fessor of social biology at the State
university. A recent letter from Eliz
abeth Cook, food inspector of Salt
Lake City, says:
"Nearly 100,000 flies were caught
and brought in here last Saturday.
Our picture shows are running slides,
newspapers are helping, even the big
packing houses are giving bounties for
flies caught in their vicinity. I pre
pared the propaganda for the campaign
and presented it to the commercial
club in March.
The club took hold
with great enthusiasm and prepared
30,000 booklets. It has furnished the
traps, which the children buy for 15
cents and sell for 25 cents. The stable
window trap is made by boys in the
manual training departments, and the
net fly catchers in the domestic science
department's of the schools.
very grateful to you and to Dr. Jean
Dawson for your encouragement, and
for the system with which you have
carried out your campaign.
planned along the same lines.”
In the SaltiLake Bulletin a fly is
said now to be a curiosity in Worces
ter. Mass. The children of Worcester
trapped 16,217,088 flies from June 20
to July 17, 1911, filling 40 bushels.
Campaigns have been held each year
Cleveland had a campaign in 1911.
All the flies were not exterminated
that year, but enough were killed to
reduce greatly the typhoid fever per
centage. A greater effort was made
in 1913, and mo6t of the flies were ex
By the end of 1914,
Cleveland hopes to be almost flyless.
Salt Lake and the 20 cities of Ore
gon that are organizing campaigns
are only a few of the many in the civ
ilized world that have set as their goal
freedom from what Hodge calls the
worst assailant of public health that
South American liumor*
Power Lures Factories to
Say Roosevelt I* Lost NEWS NOTES OF
Pacific Coast Locations
Eugene Manufacturera all over the
East are looking to the Pacific Coast
with a view to locating branch factor
ies, and the Willamette Valley ia today
able to offer manufacturers electrical
energy for less than (lower of any sort
now costs them in the East, according
to Elmer Dover, of Tacoma, president
of the Oregon Power company, ami di
rector in the H. M. Bylleaby company,
of Chicago, who has just returned from
a three months* trip in the East and in
California. He declares manufactur
ers have set 7,000,000 as the popula
tion the eight Pacific Coast states must
have before virtually everything uses!
on the Coast can be manufactured here
cheaper than to tie shipped across the
He declares that the move taken by
the promotion department of the Eu-
gene Commercial club to substitute a
factory cam|*aign ami use the $7000
promotion fund toward bringing indus
tries instead of printing gold-embossed
literature and working for people
alone, is timely.
"While I was in the East I found
that manufacturers in general are look
ing forward to the Pacific Coast mar
ket," said Mr. Dover.
"A factor to favor the Willamette
valley is that any Eastern manufac
turer will find his rates for power
cheaper when he moves his plant to
the Pacific Coast.
valley, the entire Pacific Coast, in
fact, can sell and ia selling (siwer
cheaper than it can lie had anywhere
else in the United Slates. It can un
derbid Eastern coal in the coal dis
Revolutionize Methods of
Co-operative Fruit Selling
Hood River By approving the plans will be acquired on the membership
of the reorganization of the Apple basis and the other half on the ton
Growers' association the amalgamated nage basis.
The association members
selling agency of the Hood River val I ultimately will become owners of the
ley, as outlined by A. W. Stone, man plants of the Hood River Apple Grow
ager of the association and of a recent ers' union and the Davidison Fruit
ly appointed reorganization committee, company, both of which are now leased
400 growers, members of the associa by the concern. The aggrogate worth
tion, set in motion a campaign which of the entire properties is more than
will result in revolutionizing the meth $250,000.
ods by which the co-operative selling
Provision is made for recall of di
concern is to be administered.
rectors, but only one member of the
The committee, which has been at board may be recalled at any meeting
work for the past month preparing a or adjournment thereof.
plan for forming a more closely co
As a basis for financing the hand
operative organization, recommended ling of the fruit crops the report es
that the board of directors of the re timates that for the ensuing year a
organized association be elected by a charge not to exceed 10 cents a box
double system of voting a member shall tie made for marketing pears, ap
ship vote and a direct representation ples and strawberries, and 5 cents for
of tonnage. Each member will be en cherries and peaches.
titled to one vote and the affiliated charge of not more than 2 cents a box
grower will be given an additional for all fruits is recommended for ad
vote for every 100 boxes of apples, vertising purposes. All surplus after
pears or strawberries:
marketing expenses and other outlays
A vote will be added also for every have been met are to be returned to
200 boxes of peaches or cherries rep the growers on a pro-rata tonnage
At the formation of the association
While sentiment as expressed wax
last spring the storage plant of the overwhelmingly in favor of the change,
National Apple company was pur a concerted opposition was evidenced
chased. The members of the organiz by a number of the growers and during
ation under the plans will become own the discussions several warm tilts oc
ers of this property, one-half of which curred.
Buenos Ayres There are rumors in
Rio Janeiro anil here that the Roose
velt party has met with mishap.
A cable message received hers from
Manaos says the Brazilian river gun
boat Ciudad de Manaos arrived at Man-
so* with two members of the Roose
velt party. The gunboat searched the
Aripuana river but found no trace of
Colonel Roosevelt. The crew were all
suffering from fever and auppliea wore
Isfo C. Miller, of the American
Museum of Natural History, and Cap
tain Amilear do Magalhaes, both mem
bers of the exploring party, were
brought to Manaos. Mr. Miller said
he saw Colonel Risaievelt last on the
Duvida river on February 27, and that
he might la> expected to reach Manaos
at the end of the month.
Miller and Captain Magalhaes wont
down the Giparano river to the Ma
deira river, a tributary of the Ama
zon. One officer of the Ciudad do
Manaos was left on watch for the ex
plorers in the region which they are
expected to traverse on their way back
NEW WORLD’S RECORD SET
BY NEW HAMPSHIRE COW
Petersboro, N. H. By the produc
tion of 1059.59 pounds of butter fat
in a year, a new world's record haa
been made by a Guernsey cow at the
Cassatt farm at Berwin, Pa., accord
ing to announcement by William D>
Caldwell, secretary of the Guernsey
The record was
held by a Holstein cow owned by F. F.
Field, of Brocton, Mass., which pro
duced 1058 pounds of butter fat in a
The Cassatt cow produced 19,639.58
pounds of milk during the year. Mr.
Caldwell says that the reconi of the
cow was certified by state and govern
Goqcrnment Hailtray Line
Proven Financial Success
Resumo of World’s Important
Events Told in Brief.
Italian troopa have been called out
in the threatened railway strike.
Close friends of Mlaa Eleanor Wil
son sayjier wadding has been sot for
It is reported that Roosevelt will re
turn to New York much sooner than he
had originally intended.
The third cut of 5 cents a barrel In
the price of crude oil haa been made
In the Kana/w oil fields.
Handwriting experts declare that
the same (>erson cast right different
ballots in a recent election in Chicago.
Huerta requests millionaire's club
of Mexico City to see that all p<s>r
Mexicans are at least provided with a
decent pair of trousers.
Forty-five dancing master» from
Europe and the United States attended
a congress in Paris to select a dance to
serve as a typical figure for 1914.
President Wilson gave a |>arty an>l
egg-rolling frolic to all the children of
the capital Monday.
They hail full
freedom of the Whitehouse grounds.
A rich Ja|>aneBe farmer, after fast
ing and praying a week for the recov
ery of the Dowager Empress, com
mitted hari-kari when he learned that
she was dead.
A heavy fall of snow, a gale of wind
and a temperature 10 degrees below
freezing April 14 made one of the
moat unpleasant April days that the
province of Quebec haa ever known.
The South Baker Power plant, prop
erty of the Eastern Oregon Light *
Power company, was destroyed by fire.
The origin of the fire in unknown.
The loss ia estimated at $75,000.
Decatur, III., citizens avowed their
Intention of making the township as
"dry" as powder. Sale of liquor for
medicinal purposes or otherwise will
be barred in drugstores, no soft drink
parlors will tie allowed to o|ierate and
shipment of liquor into the city will tie
Construction work started on the
government-owned and controlled rail
road to run from Yuma. Aria., 20
milea southwest through part of the
land reclaimed by the federal reclam
ation project. The engineer in charge
announced that the road would lie open
fur traffic by the middle of June.
The Dowager Empress of Ja|>an ia
dead, and the entire natiun is in deep
Washington, I). C. The only stand
ard gauge railway ever built and oper
ated by the government, the Boise &
Arrow Rock railway, running from
Boise to Damsite, on the Boise irriga
tion project, ia proving a financial suc
cess, according to the annual re|s>rt of
that road, made public by Secretary
The re[iort shows gross passenger
City Buys Boat for
Pendleton Woman Claims
ami freight earnings to the amount of
Trade With Metropolis
Preserved Egg Hatched $44,51«. Operating expenses Were
$34.794. Net earnings for 1913 were
Bandon —W. E. Catterlin has been
Pendleton — Arguments against an $9721.
delegated by the business men of Ban cient eggs »wceiv«! a decided offset
Thia little railway, alxiut 20 milea
don to go to Portland to complete ar Eero last week when a healthy, stmt- long, carried 20,«41 passenger«. The
Webb Liquor Law Upheld
rangements for the purchase of a pas ting chick was hatched from one freight in ton miles was $499,933 and
By Kansas Supreme Court senger and freight boat to be put on nearly one year old, according to Mrs. train mileage 15,737. Operating ex
penses per train mile, were $2.21.
Topeka — The Webb-Kenyon bill, the run between Portland and Ban
The state of Minnesota haa received
Filling an incubator three weeks be The total net earnings from the first
passed by congress, which gives the
inheritance tax on the estate of
The business men here have sub
train in September, 1911, to Decem the late John W. Gates.
states control ,« vw» liquor shipments,
not sufficient eggs to complete the job. ber 31, 1913, were $25,383.
met the favor of the Kansas Supreme
To meet the emergency she went to a
Spokane High School girls Voted to
court. As a result of the decision boat. The present volume of freight barrel containing a mixture of lime
IHvdicts tO-Ccnt Gasoline.
wear plain cotton dresses at their com
Kansas will take charge of all liquor I is sufficient to make a boat between and salt in which she had put a quan
Portland and Bandon a paying ven
shipped into the state.
tity of eggs last June, for preserving
The case was that of a St. Louis ! ture, it is pointed out. Practically all purposes, and selected three at random. fronts the motorist, according to Pro
of Montreal, Canada, is
company appealing from a decision of of the shippers here have signed up,
Every egg, with the exception of fessor Benjamin T. Brooks, of the without a government, pending a re
the District court in Cherokee county.
the three taken from the preservative, bureau of mines, who addressed the count of the ballots in the recent elec
meeting of the American Chemical so-
The St. Louis company shipped a car from the north via the direct boat.
hail produced a chicken.
ciaty on "Economic Phases of the use tion.
load of beer to Corona, Kan.
Skeleton of Pre historic
officials confiscated it under the Webb Bandon will mean a large amount of scared to death on seeing the shell of of Gasoline.”
A dirigible balloon presented by citi
trade which now comes via San Fran
Elephant Is Unearthed law and the company sought the return cisco to Bandon. Those backing the one of the three preserved eggs begin He estimated that the present pro zens to the Italian army exploded and
of the beer or reimbursement.
to crumble. She "lent a hand" and duction in America, which he estimat was completely destroyed when a by
Los Angeles—With the exception of
"Without this law no state has any venture contend that the freight busi a healthy, strutting chick was the re- ed at 1,050,000 gallons in a year, was stander lighted a cigar.
a few minor bones, the complete skele more control over liquor than it has ness from Bandon to Portland will be suit.
fast falling behind the demand caused
ton of an imperial elephant, the only over the shipment of wheat and corn,” doubled by the improved service which
by motor vehicles and other commer
specimen in the world, has been taken said Justice R. A. Burch, who wrote a boat making direct and regular runs
the egg was one taken from the pre cial uses. When the price of gasoline
from asphalt beds of La Brea, and the opinion.
servative, as she had marked all the reaches the 40-cent mark, which it ia
when the bone i are assembled, scraped
"We believe that the liquor traffic
rapidly approaching, Professor Brooks
Track prices: Club, 93c
and polished, they will be ready for can be made subject to the same regu Klamath Fall» Court Retrenches
said, alcohol would lie Jan active com per t/ushel; blucstem, $1; forty-fold,
Klamath Falls—Continuing its pol 24(i-Foot Oregon Fir
mounting. The skeleton will be placed lations as obscene literature and white
94c; rod Russian, 92c; valley, 93c.
in the Museum of History, Science and slavery, and that congress has suffi icy of retrenchment, the County court
Barley Feed, $22ft/22.5<) per ton;
Art at Exposition Park and will give cient power to regulate the shipments has cut ofT the salary allowed the as
Economies Save Million.
brewing, $23ft/23.25; rolled, $24.500/
that institution a dignity among sci of liquor as it has to prohibit trans sistant to the county superintendent of
San Francisco — The great flagpole
Washington, D. C. — Economies ef- 25.50.
entists attained by no other building portation of white slaves.”
Oats No. I white, milling, $23ft/
Miss Maud Carleton, the oc of Oregon fir, which wax towed to San fected by Fourth Assistant Postmaster
of its kind.
cupant of that position, had been in Francisco from Astoria for the Pana General Blakeslee during the first year 23.50 per ton.
Frank S. Daggett, director of the
Corn Whole, $34 per ton; cracked,
the office a number of years, having ma Pacific Exposition, will be set in of his administration have netted the
Dominican Rebels Quit.
museum, reported that the men in the
served under former Superintendent place on the exposition grounds in the government a saving of 11,000,000, $35.
pit where the skeleton has been im
Hay No. I East Oregon timothy,
Swan. Another move in the direction last week of May, when the delegation
bedded for centuries beyond estimate who have occupied the citadel at San of economy has been the abolition of of Portland Rose Festival people according to figures announced Satur $16ft/17.50 per ton; mixed timothy,
are taking out the last particles of tiago have surrendered to the govern the bounty on rabbit scalps. Here visits San Francisco.
Special cere- day. The replacing of the old-fashioned $14ft/l5; valley grain hay, $12.500/14;
ment, it was announced Monday. An after, if the rabbits become a pest as . monies will accompany the raising of mail locks with new and lighter locks alfalfa, $12ft/13.
"The animal in life was more than other rebel force under command of formerly, the farmers will have to ' the pole, and the day will be made one is said to have resulted in a saving of
Millfeed — Bran, $23.50 per ton;
16 feet long and 14 feet high, and its General Jiminez, the chief of the in devise means to keep them down.
of especial celebration on the exposi $200,000; $55,000 wax saved by using shorts, $26; middlings. $31.
tusks were approximately 16 f^et surrection, which occupied a fortified
Vegetables Cauliflower, 75c/4$1.25
long, ” he said. “The find is a won position at Lavega, also has surren
The timber, donated by the Whitney duction in office employes netted $143,- per dozen; cucumliers, $1.75ft/2; egg
000, and the manufacture and purchase
derful one and the condition of the dered to the federals commanded by
plant, 25c per pound; (»uppers, 35c;
Eugene—Twenty-five million feet of Lumber company, and towed to San of cancelling machines $100,000.
bones is splendid.
It is my belief I Tanocredo Savinon, who has been ap
radixhex, 25c per dozen; head lettuce,
that the pit where the imperial ele pointed governor there.
rafts, wax cut in the Nehalem country.
per crate; garlic, 12Jc pr pound;
Brigands Kill Hundred*.
phant was found is much older than Bordas, at the head of 1500 men, now
It is 246 feet long and 5| feet in di-
sprouts, lOftftllc; artichokes, 75cft/85
the pits from which the remains of the ' is on his way to Santiago, having factured into clothespins, according to ameter at the butt. It weighs 93,000
Pekin -Brigands under the notor (/er dozen; celery, $3.75t»/4 per crate;
saber-tooth tigers and the mastodon taken the field against the insurrectos. the announcement of H. B. Rankin, pounds and contains 23,515.46 feet of ious "White Wolf” killed hundreds of
hothouse lettuce, 75cft/$l [»er box;
supervisor of the Siuslaw National
inhabitants of the towns of Huh Sien, spinach, 5c pound; horseradish, 8ft/
forest, following a series of experi lumber.
“That is not easy to determine, and
Excitement Is Fatal.
Owing to its great weight it will
10c; rhubarb, 3ft/3jc; cabbage, 2ft/
ments by the government to determine
5000 years means nothing, geologically
Monte Carlo—Ferdinand Forest, an the
proper use for this wood, which is «T1. fully ’J,MM\ to I’reParc ,the b',« cinity of Sian FiT, captia) of Shen Si 2|c; asparagus, $ 1.50ft/2 per crate;
speaking. I feel certain, however, ; aged inventor of a motor, died sudden found all through the forests of the i at f1k’and4*ft 14 ,,n P1"^- .k Province.
They looted the three peas, 7ft/.8c per pound; garlic, 12|c,
that the imperial elephant which we ly while testing a new autoboat in
towns after capturing them, and arc beans, 20c; turnifM, 75c sack; carrots,
now have belonged to the pleistocene which he was to break the mile speed
sweeping the entire country round 85c; parsnips, 85c; beets, 90c.
age, which was perhaps 200,000 years record. The boat ran against a jetty7 such a wood exists, says the forestry ' e wor
about. All foreigners residing at out
Mint 60c per dozen bunches.
stations have been ordered to Sian
The craft was only slightly damaged, department.
15-Year-Old Spells Best.
Eggs Fresh Oregon ranch, 19c |>cr
Mr. Daggett said nothing new had ; but the excitement proved fatal, as he
Oregon City — The Monte Cristo
Potato Men Get Together.
been learned regarding the supposed 1 suffered from heart trouble.
troops has arrived. Further reinforce
Poultry Hens, 17|c per
prehistoric human found at the fields. was the first man to construct a four-
Klamath Falls- A meeting of potato
ments have been sent.
broilers, 80ft/32c; turkeys, live, 20c;
I cylinder engine and apply the magneto growers of the county was held at Stone Friday afternoon, when 134
dressed, choice, 25/»/27c; ducks, 17«/
Great Fall Is Possible.
Mount Laki school house for the pur pages of the spelling book were cov
Holdup* Tackle Car of Athlete*. ignition.
20c; geese, 10ft/12c.
pose of deciding on standard varieties
Sali m, Or.* A fall of 79b f.-.-t. ol)(.
Seattle—One passenger was shot
Butter -Creamery prints, extra, 25c
Choir School Is Endowed.
to be grown here. It is believed that contestants could be declared. Each of the highest in the world to be used
and two highwaymen were severely
New York—Frederick G. Bourne, a if this is done and care taken in pro of the five schools represented, Stone, for commercial purposes, will be util per fiound, cubes, 22c.
Fancy, 10|ft/ 11c per pound.
beaten when they attempted to hold up wealthy manufacturer and capitalist, curing seed potatoes, the produce will | Holcomb, Evergreen, Linn's Mills and ized by David A. McKeon, of Prairie
Veal Fancy, 12|ft/13c per pound. ”
a Tacoma-bound interurban train near once a choir boy in Trinity church, has find more ready sale. Many of the ‘ Sunnyside, had an organized rooting City, for pincer mining and develop
Hope 1912 crop prime and choice,
Riverton station, eight miles south of given $500,000 to the Cathedral of St. growers promised to follow the deci- j section. School yells were _ given and ment of electricity. Mr. McKeon haa
1914 contract)»? 15c.
Seattle. The robbers were captured John the Divine for the endowment of sion of the majority and all have I
times the context resembled a foot filed application with State Engineer
and brought to a hospital in Seattle, the choir school.
The gift was an promised to sort and grade their crops ' ball game more than a spelling bee. Lewis for a permit to appropriate the
Oregon, 12ft/48c; mohair, 1914 clip.
Martha Watts, aged 15, won the coTi- water of Strawberry creek at a
A terrible beating was given the two nounced at the Easter service.
Mr. prior to shipment.
point 27c per pound.
highwaymen. "Pug" Bennet, a Van- Bourne's only condition was that he be
near Prairie, Grant county, He (ilana
Grain bags In car lots, 8c.
• couver ball player; D. R. A. S'-ott. of elected a member of the cathedral
Trust Laws to Be Enforced.
developing 1500 horsepower.
Cattle Prime steers, $7.50ft/8.20;
Tacoma, and William Tomlinson, of choir. He was elected unanimously.
Salem — State Bank Superintendent
$7.30ft/7.50; medium, $7ft'
Seattle, disarmed them. The car was
Sargent has notified 75 corporations
Eugene Eighteen thousand dollars
(Hl Tank Holds Liquor.
7.25; choice cows, $6.25ft77; medium,
badly bespattered with blood as a re
Italu Treaty Ratified.
that they will either have to quit busi was paid by the Oregon & California
St. Iziuia An oil tank car in the
sult of the struggle to subdue them.
Washington, D. C.—Secretary Bry ness or comply before June 4 with the Railroad company, a subsidiary of the yards of the St. Ixiuis, Iron Mountain $6ft/6.25; heifers, $6ft/7.25;
an and Marquis Cuxani Confalonieri, law relating to trust companies, which Southern Pacific company, for 46 & Southern railroad wax found Satur
Smallpox Clones School.
the Italian ambassador, exchanged rati was passed at the last session of the acres in Springfield, purchased for the day to lie loaded with whisky, wine bulls, $6ft/6.25; stags, $6ft/7.
Hogs Light, $80/8.80; heavy, $70/
Grass Valley, Cat — Owing to the fications of the renewed arbitration legislature. He suggested to the com purpose of holding for the construction
Internal revenuo officers 7.80.
prevalence of smallpox, all the public treaty between Italy and the United panies having the word "trust” in of machine shops. The Property was ordered the car held
Sheep Lamlai, wool, $6.750/7.10;
schools here have been ordered closed States, which will run another five their names and not doing a trust busi purchased from Emilia A. Smith, hus tigation. The car was billed to Okla
amlm, sheared, $6o/6.25; wethers,
by the board of health.
A campaign years. Secretary Bryan and Minister ness that they file supplemental arti band, and heirs of the Brattian estate.
of compulsory vaccination is in prog Bryn exchanged ratifications of a like cles of incorporation changing their The deal marks the end of litigation homa City and it is believed the liquor wool, $6.750/$7.10; wethers, sheared,
was smuggled into it in an effort to $5.25ft/6.«5; ewes, wool, $4.750/5;
treaty with Norway.
extending more than a year.
ship liquor Into the prohibition state.