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NEWS NOTES OF
Rutte, Montana., Rioters
For Time Control City
Prohibition Will Come
Oregon Will Insist On
Retore House in July GENERAL VILLA
Law of Compensation Act
Butte, Mont.—An attempt to lynch
Washington, D. C.
two special deputy sheriffs, efforts to
prohibition will l>e voted on by the
house within four or five weeks, ac
throttle the newspapers, intimidation
Salem “The state has faith in its tion of several large buildings on the cording to predictions made here after
’ of the fire department of the city and own medicine," said C. D. Babcock,
state fair grounds, will drop their lia the rules committee had |K>etpon<>d
Resume of World’s Important general rioting featured the Monday of the State Industrial Accident com bility insurance and complete the work until July 1 action on a s|wcial rule Supporters Seize Headquarter»
( distnibance brought about the schism mission. "The Tumalo project now be under the compensation act.
to provide for immediate consideration
Events Told in Brief.
“The contracts for the new build of the proposed Hobson amendment.
j in the Miners' Union, which became ing built by Project Engineer Laur
of Carranza in Torreon.
In some quarters it was said the
I wide Sunday during the celebration of gaard. under the direction of the Dea- ings on the campus of the University
the organization's 34th anniversary er; Land board, will lie completed un of Oregon at Eugene will contain a delay meant no action at this session
Six more persons in Chicago di« and was capped by the dynaimting of der the workmen's compensation act, clause requiring the successful bidder of congress, but members of the com
the homes of two officers of the union the board having ordered the liability to do the work under the law. Several mittee emphatically asserted that they Villa Said \ul to'Have Proceeded
insurance discontinued on July 1. cities and at least one county will ac would consider and probably favorably
to Ih Hr f of Succeuuir in Com
A father at Pendleton. Or., is ■c- I by insurgents.
During re|H>rt the Cantrill rule resolution in
Early in the afternoon a crowd took Three hundred and twenty-five men are cept the benefits of the act.
mand. a* Directed.
cused of burning his babe.
two prisoners from the jail; later took employed on the project at the present the |>ast week 389 withdrawals of re July.
jections have been received, including
California commerce commission or- possession of an aerial fire truck, time.
The action of the committee fol
"Major Bowlby, state highway en some of the must important concerns lowed a day of stormy conferences be
ders reforms in Pullman car service. ' which was moved through the street
Fl I' mm > General Villa, through Ina
tween groups of congressmen without
Bandon, Or., has a $300,000 fire by the city authorities in an effort to with a view of having all state-aided
crease in old-line liabiiity insurance reference to |>olitical division. It was agents here. Issued Wednesday a gen
which destroys three business blocks.
eral denial that there had been any
lynch Special Deputies Owen Cribben roads built under the protection of the rates to take effect July 1 has caused generally conceded that op;ionenta of split between himself anti General Car
Ledox, many employers to change their atti the Holiaon amendment were forcing
Three hundred and fifty Spanish war and Martin Harkins, failed to materi compensation act.
ranza. Ile salti that the arrest of the
veterns are in session at Aberdeen, ’ alize only when police, with drawn contractors, engaged in the construuc- tude toward the state law.”
the issue at thia time, confident that
Carranza officials at Juarez hail been
the measure could not |>oll the two-
guns, rescued the two men and backed
the result of a misinterpretation of
thirds vote necessary for adoption, orders on the part of Colonel Tomas
The mayor of Everett. Wash., was down an alley with them.
Two miners who had threatened the
recalled in a recent election by 271 to
Ornelas, in charge of theJuurez gar
Representative Hobson himself doe»
lynching were arrested and taken from
not favor action at this time, although
the mob by the same stroke that saved
An aeronaut’s parachute failed to the deputies and were placed in the
he said that a vote would be taken in
El Paso. Tex. Reports that General
open at Richmond, Ind., and he fell jail, but later the mob became so
the house the second week in July,
Villa had resigned as commander of
2000 feet to his death.
produce. The railroads, he says, have
“If the house fails to adopt my reso the northern military zone were con
> menacing that Chief of Police J ere
Fifteen hundred men have gone to Murphy ordered the two prisoners re tremendous boon to the fruitgrowers ! not refrigerator equipment sufficient lution,” Mr. Hobson added, "it will firmed |>artially here.
be brought up again next December. ” offices at Juarez were confiscated by
work on the Willamette Pacific rail- leased. The crowd carried the two of the Pacific Coast, according to H. . to handle this business.
Effective organization of growers in
When the committee by a vote of l> ' Villa supporters.
road near Eugene, Or,
! away on their shoulders.
C. Sampson. secretary of the North the Northwest and the opening of the
to 4 deferred consideration of the rule, ! tions are authentically re|x>rted to
Four balloons started in the ns-
'\hen, the 'ity ‘“e'npted to move
Pacific^Fruit Distributors' association, canal, with the immediate develop it was announced that this course had have taken place at Chihuahua City
tional race from Portland. Or. They ‘he fire truck through the streets on a
took a southeasterly direction.
rioters climbed into who spoke to the Lane county fruit ment of a European market, are the lieen deemed wise because of the con ■nd at Torreon.
i the machine and began to run it, but growers here Wednesday. He declares factors to solve this problem, he de servation legislation and other im-
Just after the bureau of information
Three convicts escaped from the gave it back to the firemen after cau- that, upon the opening of the Panama clares.
|a>rtant questions now before the house at Juarez had anmamced to the Amer
“When I went east I realized.that for immediate di»|a>sition.
Oregon state penitentiary were cap- tioning them not to attempt again to canal, the German vessels that have
ican press the receipt of a message
brought large cargoes of beer, which, the canal means everything to the
tured after several days' liberty.
j run through the crowd in the street.
Earlier Mr. Hobson anti E. C. Din from the front above Zaratecas, Col
widdle, legislative agent of a numlier onel Ornelas' soldeira entered the tele
Two women and three babies are
went to two fire *‘ation8
hurled into the Umpqua river when
told the firemen not to take ma this coast, will have empty bottoms Idaho and Eastern Montana," he of prohibition organisations, who had graph office ami the bureau and or
been invited to appear before the com dered that no pa|>er be tiaiehed.
their boat upsets. All were rescued. i chines from the building until they
The Hawaiian-American line has mittee, submitted written statements.
. were certain there was a fire.
The Washington fruit. Thé rate to Europe,
An American news;>aper man was
Northern Pacific Stockholders ap- ’ crowd followed the machine back to he states, will be half what it is at six big steamers, the Grace lines will
Mr. Hobson wrote that he desired seated In the information bureau when
prove directors' plan to place $600,- the station, broke sévirai windows present. Apples can be ship;>ed to have four ifteamshipa, the Cosmos line.
to have his resolution changed in ac the soldiers burst into the room. They
Germany for 50 cents a box and be the Hamburg line, the North German- cordance with the amended resolution ordered Perez Abrea, in charge of the
000,000 blanket mortgage on its prop and did minor damage.
The remainder of the day was spent sold there as cheaply as in New York. Lloyd lines, all will have empty bot he introduced previously to meet the bureau, not to touch a pa|*er. The
Mr. Sampson bases these statements toms in which to carry- refrigerated quest ion*of states' rights.
same soldiers, in personal ‘command of
The steamship Victoria, of Seattle. *n
the Juarez commander, shortly liefore
newly-appointed executive upon a series of conferences with the fruit from the Pacific Northwest to
carrying 650 passengers, is unable to ^*ers
land at Nome, Alaska, on account of committee of the insurgent miners,
had taken over suiiervision of the tele
constituting themselves a law and or-
graph office adjoining.
der committee, informed the agitators
The American finally slipped through
A tombstone has arrived in San ;hat no more disorder would to toler- traveled 19,000 miles to determine new branches of the North Pacific
Chicago After suffrage had scored the line of soldiers ami arrived here.
Francisco to mark the grave of a ated, and succeeded in dispersing the how the Northwest is going to market Fruit Distributors' association will
This action followed conflicting re
youthful singer, tne dying gift of; gathering, the miners going to their 12,500 carloads of apples which new be formed, with headquarters in Port its first victory, dreas reform in its re ports from the south regarding the
lation to morals came before the bien
orchards in the Northwest are about to land.
nial session of the General Federation failure or success of troops under Gen-
A delegation visited the three news
From Halifax, N. S., it is reported
of Women's Clubs at the opening ses ! oral Nalers. Carranza appointee, in
Hood River Chrhardut»
that the government steamer Mont- paper offices and demanded that no O. .4. C. Hold» lorty-Iifth •
magny is missing and it is feared all further memtion be made derogatory
Mrs. Robert J. Burdette, of Pasa official reports said that» the attack
to the I. W. W. and that the words
on board are lost.
dena, Cal., in a plea for the sane was progressing successfully, while
“mob” and "rioters” not appear in
Oregon Agricultural College, Cor
H<ssl River—In one of the most en dress, asserted.
"We have 400,000 from other sources details were given
Supreme court of Washington up any newspaper story.
vallis—The Forty-fifth Annual Com thusiastic road meetings ever held in women favoring our plan for dress re of Natcra's rout.
held the long sentence of Peter Miller,
General Villa, in the meantime, had
mencement at the Agricultural college the county about 100 of the represen form, and we will ask the convention
perjurer, which is from 20 to 40 years
remained at Torreon, although ordered
Ex- Vice Pres’t Stevenson
in the penitentiary.
concluded Wednesday morning at ten tative orchardists of the valley con to indorse it.
of the styles are distressing to proceed to the assistance of Natera
Dies While Unconscious o’clock, when diplomas were awarded vened at the county library and started and "Some
One of the balloons in the national
It was said by
extreme, and it is those we would by General Carranza.
race encountered an electrical storm
Chicago—Adlai E. Stevenson, vice the largest class in the history of the the circulation of a petition to the like to change,” she added. "We Carranza officials that Angeles, the
and was compelled to land 22 miles , president of the United States through
This commencement was county court to cal! a special election would like to sec women wear dresses constitutionalist secretary of war. hail
south of Portland, Or.
, the second Cleveland administration, noted not merely for the large number for the purpose of voting on a proposed that are large enough for them to step left Torreon with 5000 of Villa's
bond issue of $75,000 for the comple
troops, including a full division of ar
Women nominees for the legislature i died here late Monday at a hospital af-
in the graduating class, but because of tion of the Columbia highway from the in without inconvenience.
Natera had complained of
in California, who marry between pri j ter an illness of several months.
"There are any number of women tillery.
mary and general election are asked to
His three children were at his bed the many among them who have al Multnomah county line to this city. who are ready to dress in a sane man lack of cannon.
The petition, which will require 361 ner if the manufacturers will allow [ The information bureau at Juarez
retain their maiden names.
side when death came.
ready secured important positions in
Mr. Stevenson was 78 years old. various parts of this state and others, signatures to Becure action by the them to. They can dress beautifully, was instituted and sustained Rafael
court, was sign«! by all present and appropriately and decently and still be Zubaran Capmany, Craranza's cabinet
A highwayman shot and killed a His last illness followed a five months’
baggage agent at Oshkosh, Wis., who vigil at the bedside of his wife who some of whom have already entered the calling of the special election is in good style.
minister, who at present is represent
had stepped into the ticket office, ! died six months ago.
Mr. Stevenson upon their duties. The class of stu assured.
"The shopgirl is the one who makes ing the constitutionalist party at
R. H. Wallace, who presided at the the fashion for the society woman who Washington. The question of the su-
where the robber had just rifled the suffered a nervous breakdown, and a dents who took major work in horti
month ago he came to Chicago from culture have almost without exception meeting, appointed the following goes to a shop and asks for the 'very I |H'rvisorship of telegraph, heretofore
i his home at Bloomington, Ill., for secured important and profitable posi orchardists as an executive committee 1 latest.' There is nothing for the girl ' a service of national ownership, long
Suffragettes in London staged one , treatment. His condition gradually tions in orchard work in Oregon and to conduct a campaign for further sig- 1 at the shop to do but bring out the has been disputed between Villa ami
of the most dramatic acts of their I became worse and he entered a hos- other Northwestern states.
natures on the petition and to canvass 1 latest. That is why we wish to have Carranza elements, according *o au
campaign when they exploded a bomb ■ P'tal. The burden of his years and
In addition to the students taking the entire county in behalf of the1 the manufacturers join with us in the thentic reports from Culiacan an Tor
in Westminster Abbey at the moment the oppressive heat of the last week the regular bachelor degye, six spe- ' bond issue: A. G. Lewis, Gus Miller, reform."
reon. Colonel Orenalea, the Juarez
that Right Honorable Reginals Mc contributed to the fatal termination of cial students graduated in the musical G. M. Upthegrove, C. W. Hooker and ■
commander, was a Villa appointee.
Kenna, secretary of state for home his illness.
course, two in voice, and four on the L. E. Dart.
Police Defeat Militants by
affairs, was delivering an optimistic
He became unconscious Sunday piano. There were also three students , The money raised by the issue will j
Arresting Miss Pankhurst Mexico Mediation On
speech in the house of commons near ■ morning and was revived long enough who took advanced post-graduate work i be used in opening uncompleted
by. regarding the government's meth ! to recognize relatives, then relapsed, in agriculture, majoring in horticul stretches of the highway, between the
Verge of Total Failure
London—Miss Sylvia Pankhurst was
od of dealing with the “wild women.” j He was unconscious at the end.
ture, who were granted master's de Multnomah county line and Viento, not even permitted to approach West
Niagara Falla. Ont. Justice Lamar
about 15 miles east of Cascade Locks. minister Thursday night to interview
The three children who survive him grees.
and Frederick W. l.ehmnnn, American
A passable route stretches over all Premier Asquith.
! were at his bedside.
delegates to the mi-diation conference,
Pioneers of Lane County
The proposed visit to the prime went to Buffalo Wednesday and talked
by the State highway commission.
was arranged some days ago for four hours with Rafael Zubaran
Wheat — Track prices: Club, 85c Sale of Two Rattleships
Hold Rig Celebration The county court has received from! minister
by Miss Pankhurst and other militant and Luis Cabrera, personal representa
per bushel; bluestem, 88c; forty-fold,
May Involve United State» Eugene—For more than a third of a
leaders, and it was decided that she tive» of General Carranza. Their pur
86c; red Russian, 84c; valley, 85c.
the guarantee of an appropriation of
Millfeed—Bran, $23.506/24 per ton;
Washington, D. C. _ The United century Lane county pioneers living any further funds that may be needed should be carried shoulder high in the pose wna to find some way tn bring the
shorts, $23.506/27; middlings, $326/33. States is in danger of becoming in near Pleasant Hill have held annual in opening the portions of the highway procession, as she was not considered constitutionalists in harmony with the
strong enough to bear the strain of scope of mediation. The mission was
Hay — Choice timothy, $166/1V per volved in a serious controversy with
pirnic and reunion.
Approximately at present impassable.
The Hood what promised to lie an arduous jour a failure.
ton; mixed timothy, $126/15; valley Turkey as a result of the proposal of
River county court and a body of citi
The constiutionalist representatives
grain hay, $116/18; alfalfa, $116/12.50. Secretary Daniels to sell the two bat 1500 from a radius of 20 miles zens .will go to Multnomah Falls, ney.
Before the procession h/ul gone a who hail come to Washington to see
Barley — Feed, $206i21 per ton; tleships Idaho and Mississippi to Wednesday participated in the huge where they will confer with Mr. Ben
celebration, the largest affair of its son, Highway Engineer Bowlby and mile Mias Pankhurst was arrestml for the American delegates told them why
the eighth time since she was sen they could not agree to an armistice;
Vegetables — Cucumbers, $1 6/ 1.25
The Turkish ambassador, in accord- kind ever held in Lane county.
Portland road enthusiasts as to details tenced to six months’ imprisonment
why only man a prominent in the con
per box; eggplant, 15c per pound; ance with instructions of his govern-
The morning was devoted to an in the road construction.
for inciting language in Hyde Park stitutionalist ranks would lie accept
peppers, 200/ 25c; radishes, 156/17jc ment, has addressed inquiries on the open-air program, which consisted of
■nd conveyed to Holloway jail.
able to them for the provisional presi
per dozen; head lettuce, $1.75 per subject to Secretary Bryan, and has music, recitations and an address by ’
The demonstration was organize/1 dency, anil finally they believed the
Grain Crop Above Average.
crate; artichokes, 656/75c per dozen; made it clear that these vessels will H. E. Slattery, a Eugene attorney. I
celery, $3.500/4 per crate; tomatoes, be used against his country if trans At noon all participated in a bountiful! Crop estimates compiled by the bu with all the cleverness of the suffrag constitutionalist army would settle the
$1.506/4.50; spinach, 5c per pound; ferred to the Grecian flag. Naturally dinner, and later the younger folks j reau of statistics for Oregon, with ettes for dramatic effect. A crowd of Mexican problem soon if left unhamp-
10,000 people gathered where the two en-d by foreign complications.
horseradish, 10o/12Jc; rhubarb, 2|0/ this would be resented by the Turkish watched an exciting
___ 1- be- comparisons are given as follows:
The Americans returned to Niagnra
Winter wheat—June 1 forecast, 15,- processiona were to join.
3c; cabbage, ljc; asparagus, $10/1.50 people. Inquiries also have been made tween local teams while the older ones
Falls feeling that so far as the politi
000,000 bushels; final, average 5
per dozen; peas, 50/7c per pound; by certain European nations which be “reminisced.”
cal pacification of Mexico is concerned,
Kermit Roosevelt Married.
beans, 70/12ic; corn, 406/50c doz. lieve that if the Greek navy should
The Donna grange, 16 miles from years, 1909-13, 12,955,000 bushels.
Spring wheat —June 1 forecast, 3,-
Green Fruits—Apples, $1.500/2 per not be increased peace would be pre Eugene, also held a picnic in which
Madrid — Colonel Roosevelt's ■on mediation had accomplished nothing
and probably the end of the confer
box; strawberries, 756/85c; per crate; served.
500 participated. I.
’ H. ~
of I hii . ooii bushels; final, average 5 Kermit and Miss Belle Willard, daugh
ences was near.
cherries, 40/10c per pound; apricots,
It is known here that Greece will Eugene, delivered the address, A din- years, 1909-13, 3,399,000 bushels.
Dispatches of the forcible seizure
Oats June 1 forecast, 13,400,000 ter of the United States ambassador
$1.25 per box; cantaloupes, $1.500/ not initiate war against Turkey until ner was held at noon, folllowed by a
here, were civilly married Thursday at by a Villa official of the telegraph
2.25 per crate; peaches, $1.25 per she obtains possession of two Ameri- baseball game,
A dance was held bushels; final, average 5 years, 1909- the office and residence of the chief of
office nt Juarez held previously by Car
box; plums, $1.35; watermelons, 2J0/ can battleships.
The moment the which began at 4 o'clock and lasted 13, 12,906,000 bushels.
Barley—June 1 forecast, 4,300,000 the Madrid police. Colonel Roosevelt, ranza officials served fto confirm sus
2Jc per pound; loganberries, .75c per Grecian flag ¡3 hoisted over these craft until midnight, Both picnics had band
bushels; final, average 5 years, 1909- Ambassador Willard,- the dulce of Alba picions which have been current in
that moment she will take hostile music.
and Senor Osma Y. Scull, representing many quarters here of a breach be
13, 3,673,000 bushels.
Potatoes—Oregon, 90c6/.$l per cwt; measures against her historic antag
King Alfonso, were among those pres tween Villa and Carranza.
Sack Vegetables—Turnips, new Cal onist.
State H ok Land for Sale.
ent at the ceremony. The magistrate
ifornia, $1.25; carrots, $1.50; beets,
Salem—Governor West said Wednes
of the Buena Vista district officiated.
Veteran» Parted 50 Tear».
Wireless Remedy Save».
Medford — At a ^nass meeting of Big crowds watched the bridal party
day that water would be turned on two
Eggs — Fresh Oregon ranch, case
Weiser, Idaho—To separate at Nash
San Francisco — Medical directions
count, 216/22c per dozen; candled, 23 ville, Tenn., where both received units of the Tumalo irrigation project East Side suburbanites a resolution enter and leave the residence of the
from physicians in San Francisco,
at once and about 2000 acres of fine was adopted protesting against the police chief.
flashed over the waves by wireless to
Poultry—Hens, 130/13Jc per pound; their honorable discharge from the land would be offered for sale by the recent action of the city council in
Three Drowned in Colorado.
the steamer Nann Smith, bound from
broilers, 18c; .turkeys, live, 206/21c; army at the same time, and to meet state. The units comprise about 10,- raising the water meter rates from
Needles, Cal.—Three men have been Portland to San Francisco, are be
dressed, choice, 250/26c; ducks, 10c; again for the first time in Weiser 000 acres, but much of the land has $1.50 to $2.50 for 5000 gallons, and
nearly half a century later, was the been settled.
from 15 cents to 25 cents for every drownejl in the raging Colorado river, lieved to have saved the life of Mrs.
geese, 86/ 9c.
“It is a rare opportunity for home- 1000 gallons alsive that amount. A according to a message from Parker, J. M. Switzer, of Portland, Or,, a pas
Butter — Creamery prints, extra, joy experienced by two veterans who
attended the Grand Army convention seekers to obtain fine land at about petition will be circulated asking for Ariz. Two prospectors, whose names senger. Mrs. Switzer was taken with
27jc per pound; cubes, 22}6/24c.
which closed here Monday.
J. B. $40 an acre,” said the governor, “All the retention of the old rates and will are not known, and nn Indian boatman a sudden and violent illness when the
Pork—Fancy, 106/lOJc per pound.
Wently, of Horseshoe Bend, and Sam homeseekers interested should com- be presented to the councilmen at the were swept away while trying to cross steamer was off the coast of Northern
Veal—Fancy, 126/ 12jc per pound.
Hops- 1913 crop, prime and choice, uel Gardner, of this city, were mem munitcate with O. Laurgaard, project next regular meeting. The council’s the river several miles above Parker. California. Captain Magee wirelessed
action related to non-city water users, Although the flood is believed to be re Mrs. Switzer's symptoms to the Central
140/ 16c per pound; 1914 contracts, 14 bers of Company I, Seventy-eighth engineer of the Tumalo work.”
Pennsylvania infantry. Both enlisted
who escape city taxes.
ceding, the waters have reached the Emergency hospital here and received
Council Vote» Town Dry.
masonry of the Santa Fe bridge south immediate directions.
Wool—Valley, 206/23Jc per pound; in Pittsburg, serving through the war.
Petrified Foot I k Found.
of Needles, and extensive damage is
Coquille—Although the city of Co
Eastern Oregon, 160/20jc; mohair,
Convict» to Aid Harvest.
Fight I k Man's Nemesis.
quille is a wet town in the eyes of the
Pendleton—A petrified foot, appar feared.
1914 clip, 270/28c.
The water has reached several
Fifteen county pris
Cattle — Prime steers, $7.756/8;
San Francisco—Joseph Jones, a car local option law, the city council voted ently of a human giant, has been dug
oners are on their way to Kansas
choice, $7.256/7.50; medium, $76/7.25; penter, entered a grocery store Mon five to one against granting licenses to up here by workmen in the excavation houses on the outskirts of Needles.
choice cows, $6.500/7; medium, $60/ day, quarreled with a clerk, swung his the four saloons after July 1. The for the building that is to be erected
wheat fields to assist in the hnrvest, as
PreKident to Visit Canal.
the result of an order made by Judge
6.25; heifers, $6.506/7.25; calves, $7 fist at him, missed the blow and, los council took this action after consider for the Evening Telegram. The fos
6/9; bulls, $40/6.25; stags, $5.506/7. ing his balance, struck his head on a ing a petition signed by 445 citizens sil is perfect in form and measures
Washington, D. C. Secretary of the Latshaw, of the criminal court. The
Hogs — Light, $7.506/8.50, heavy, stone coping and was killed, according asking that the saloons be closed. The more than a foot in length. It was Navy Daniela said he, President Wil men were paroled by being sent to the
“You have the best
to the findings of the police. The po liquor interests will contest the city found at a depth of eight feet. Major son, Secretary of War Garrison and harvest fields.
Sheep— Wethers, $4.206/4.80; ewes, lice had first arrested the clerk on a council’s right to refuse licenses to Lee Moorehouse, who has taken charge members of the senate and house com chances to make good,” the judge said
$3.256(4.25; yearling lambs, $4.506/5; charge of manslaughter, but later re the saloons, which are operating under of the find, may send it to some col mittees on naval affairs would visit in paroling them. "Kansas needs men
lege for an opinion on it.
the Panama canal in March.
and you need liberty.”
spring lambs, $5.500/6.
Apple Shipment to Re
Aided When Canal Opens