Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923, August 26, 1915, Image 2

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    WORLD’S DOINGS
Of CURRENT WEEK
REAR ADMIRAL CAPERTON
market reports ; '
UNREST Of BUSINESS LINER TORPEDOED; N orthwest
TORNADO DEATH
GENERAL CROP CONDITIONS
HAS MANY CAUSES AMERICANS PERISH
LIST EXCEEDS 100
Fort land—Wheat: Bluextsm, $1.01
bushel; fortyfold, 95c; club, 98c; rod
Fife, 92c; red Russian, 90c.
Oats No. 1 whits feed, $26.50.
Barley — No. 1 feed, $25; browing,
$26.
Millfeed — Spot prices: Bran, $27
ton; shorts, $28; rolled barley, $2Vut
30.
Corn— Whole, $38 ton; cracked, $39.
Hay -Eastern Oregon timothy, $16
<Uil7 ton; vslley timothy, $15; alfalfa,
UMVB6A1 HAPPENINGS IN A NIIIW
SIRIlI IMIlRIIMf IM ADVOUIID WASHINGTON ANXIOUS OVER REPORTS $12.504418.50; cheat, $10.501(411; oat 500 HOUSES GO DOWN IN GAEVfSION
and vetch, $lh(412.
Vegetable»-Cucumbers, Oregon, 15
20c dozen; artichokes, 90c; tomatoes,
Live News Items of All Nations and
Each Delegate Files Opinion and No Seriousness bf Affair Depends Upon 264460c boa; cabbage, lc pound; head Waves Break Causeway and Destroy
lettuce, $1 crate; beans, 21044« pound;
Pacific Northwest Condensed
Decision of Committee Found;
Whether Ship Tried to Ram or
Water Supply Mains—-Fires Are
green corn, 150420c dozen; garlic, 10
* for Our Busy Readers.
0$lt$c
pound;
peppers,
4045c;
egg
­
Suggestions Are Offered.
Sharply Changed Course.
Started—Troops Called.
plant, 6o$7c; pumpkins, l|c.
Green Fruits — Cantaloupes, 6504
$1.75 crata; peaches, 30qi50c box;
Rear Admiral Caperton Is In com­
New York.—A revised list of the watermelons, luCHc pound; plums, SOc
Chicago—Summaries of the reports,
Spokane has 15 announced candi­
mand of the United State» naval three in number, of the United States surviving passengers and those un­ K4$1.25 box; now apples, Aotrachano,
dates for three city office«.
D»aths by Fl»»« sn S»uth»*»t
force» that have occupied Port au Commission on Industrial Relations as accounted for, oorreoted according to 75ctft$l; Gravenstein, $1041.26; [wars.
Tease Coast*
Dead and missing in the recent Gulf Prince and Cape Haïtien, Haiti.
to findings and recommendations for the only dispatch received by the $1 44 1.25; grapes, $1 «4 1.75 crate;
With 1er»» eeetlene »f the flood-
storm are now said to number 259.
swept */•* la Tese» net yet bward
the information of congress,
were
White Star line Saturday, was given huckleberries, 6 44 7c pound; casabaa,
frani, the •»limai» ef de»4 iai
made public here Monday. The com­
$1.751(42 dozen.
Germany reports destroying a small $30,000,000 FEDERAL CASH TO
Viratole Feint. Iti Baa bree*
1
mission was composed of three repre­ out here. It showed 14 passengers
British cruiser and a destroyer by tor­
Potatoes — New, 70 OS 80c sack;
Teaae City
II Heuetea
1
still missing, after careful ch««cklng.
Oalvaaten
it
Ixeblnaon
.
I
sentatives
each
of
the
employers,
the
pedoing in a naval engagement.
BE SENT TO PROTEO COTTON employed and the general public. It The list Included two Americans — sweets, 3|044c pound.
Mararne Faint T Port Artbar
I
Onions-
600475c
sack.
llltrhaea*
.... T¡ Faitea
IS
Italy, according to reports from
1.a Perle
T May RlSga .
I
became apparent some time «go that Mrs. Josephine L. Brugulere and Ed­
Eggs Oregon ranch, buying prices:
l.ynehbsr«
1 Sabina ...
I
Rome, is making slew but steady prog­
Washington, D. C. — Treasury offi­ they would be unable to agree on a mund F. Woods.
No. 1, 25c dozen; No. 2, 20c; No. 8,
Sylvan Baaeb li
ress against Austrians on all fronts.
cials have made public an announce­ single report, and it is said that none
White Star lists oabled previously 17c. Jobbing price: No. 1, 27e.
German submarines sunk the White ment by Secretary McAdoo, that in of the reports given out can properly contained the names of Mr. and Mrs.
Poultry — Hens, 13 «4 14c pound;
Fred Burgess as among the survivors. springs, 16 44 17c; turkeys, 18«C19c;
Star liner Arabic, an English ship, view of the action of the allies in put­ be called a "majority” report.
Dallas, Tax.—Direct word from the )
t
The report of the reprwentativee of Officials were unable to explain the ducks, 80412c; geese, 22|o426c.
with a let» of 20 lives, two of whom ting cotton on the contraband list, he
alarm
swept eommunltlea of the south
error If, according to consular reports.
would,
if
it
became
necessary,
deposit
the
employes,
known
as
the
"staff**
are Americana.
Butter—City creamery, cubes, ex­ •eat Texas ooaet brought dalalls of the
$30,000,000 or more in gold in the report, drawn up by Basil M. Manly,
tras, 27c pound; firsts, 25c; seconds, tropical harries»» which pul Gal roe­
Three British and one Norwegian Federal Reserve banks at Atlanta, director of research and investigation
24c; prints and cartons, extra; butter­
WILLIAM E. TUTTLE, JR.
steamer were sunk by German sub­ Dallas and Richmond for the purpose
ton, lleuetoa. Texas City snd sooree
for the commission, waa signed by
fat, No. 1, 28c; second grade, 2c lees;
marines, in addition to the big liner of enabling the reserve banks to re­
ot
other cltiea a ad towns In dire peril.
Commissioners Walsh, Lennon, O'Con­
country creamery cuttea, 22|(<426c.
Arabic, Thursday
discount loans on cotton secured by nell and Garretson. In connection with
With largo »ectloas of the district yet
Veal Fancy. 120C>2$c per pound.
The chief signal officer at the island warehouse receipts, made by national the main reports these commissioners
unheard from, the death list was more
Pork—Block, 9i(<410c pound.
of Stromboli, off the Italian coast, re­ and state banks belonging to the Fed­ issued three "supplemental opinion»
Hope—1915 contracts, nominal, 13«« thsa !••. the heevloal reported lose
ports the eruption of a large quantity eral reserve system.
and suggestions. ”
14c pound; 1914 crop, 14c; olds, 12«* being from Texas City, opposite Gal­
The gold would be deposited tempo­
of lava from Stromboli volcano.
The
The report of the commissioners
13c.
veston.
without
interest representing the public, and the sum­
lava is forming a lake of fire between rarily, at least,
Hides — Salted bides, 15|c pound;
Tbs property damage may exceed
charge.
the craters and the sea.
mary thereof, were written by Com­
salted kip, 16c; salted calf, 18c? green $30.O»9.«9O. with Galveetoa contribut­
It was explained that if it appeared missioner Commons.
He and Mrs.
hides, 14c; green kip, 16c, green calf, ing half that amount.
Companies operating mining proper­ that the object could be accomplished
Property loss entlmatea were vague
18c; dry hides, 25c; dry calf, 27c.
ties in the Coeur d’Alenes, especially with greater efficiency thereby, the Harriman signed it without reserva­
except In a few Inetancoe Houston.
tion.
Commissioners
Aishton,
Ballard
Wool
—
Eastern
Oregon,
medium.
25
those producing sine, which is in de­
deposita woud be made directly with and Weinstock approved it in large
1<t28ic; pound; Eastern Oregon, fine, 'Feias City and Port Arthur advlctw
mand for war munitions, are said to
National banks agreeing to lend the part, and, in part, their dissent to por­
186t21|c; valley, 26<>i30c; mohair, new gave fairly definite figures for those
be employing detectives to guard their
places, but most of the other towns
money on cotton at a rate not to ex­ tions of it, and to the Msnly report,
clip, 300(,31c.
workings, according to Spokane
~
re-
reports In such phrases as "consider,
ceed six per cent.
are expressed in the so-called Wein-
Caacara
bark
—
Old
and
new,
4e.
able,” "very heavy" and "not yet esti­
ports.
Secretary McAdoo authorized the stock report, signed by Weinstock,
Pelts—Dry long wooled pelts, 5$c; mated."
An evangelist speaking in Portland announcement from his summer home Aishton and Ballard.
dry short-wooled pelts, life; dry
Borno of the eallmatM wore as fol­
It came at
declares the prophesies in the 24th at North Haven, Maine.
The reports agree on a Federal in-
shearlings,
each, 10 44 15c; salted lows:
chapter of Matthew have been accur­ the dose of a day's speculation in offi­ heritance tax and on the general plan
shearlings, 154426c; dry goat, long Galveetoa 41». »M.SM Rea brook
lloe.noo
llouoioa
1.»♦«,*»« a*klrie
ieo.ooo
ately fulfilled up to the present time, cial circles as to the nature of the for its use.
The Manly report dis­
hair, 17c; dry goat, shearlings, 1004 Teaoo
City
Habluo
Paa»
lee.soe
1
and that the present generation will steps which the entente powers have agrees in recommending practically
20c; salted long-wooled pelts. May, $1 Port Arthur ZOe.teeiKemah
M.ooe
witness its complete fulfillment and indicated they will take to uphold the the single tax and other things, while
ft{2.
The comparatively small loss of life
the return of the Lord to the world.
cotton market in the face of their con­ the employers disagree with the Har-
Grain bags In car lots, 7fc; small la attributed by residents to the lee-
riman-Commons report only on the
lota, jc more.
St 1*90 The Galveston popula
Edward Brown, ex-convict, sen­ traband order.
boycott and some minor labor details.
Cattle — Beat steers, $6.50 44 6 75; tlon sought refuge la the strongest
tenced to four years in San Quentin for
The Manly summary finds "that the
good, $6 44 6.25; medium, $5.75 44 6; buildings of the city, wherns* In the
burglary, explained on the witness Thousands Are Cut Off by Floods;
causes of industrial unrest group them­
choft-e cows, $5.261(45.35; heifer», $5 disastrous storm of 15 yearn ago they
stand that a certain kind of whisky is
Rescue Steamers Forced to Quit selves almost without exception under
(<¿5.85; bull», $4.50445; »tag», $5.50 remained In their homes, feeling so­
made regularly within the walls of
cure against the gale which took ti!«»
four
main
sources
which
include
all
the
«16.
Folsom and San Quentin prisons. The
lives of «000.
others.
They
are
:
Little
Rock,
Ark.
—
Five
thousand
Hogs
—
Light,
$7.604(7.60;
heavy,
juice of potatoes and fruits is used in
Railroads running into the city an­
1.
Unjust
distribution
of
wealth
people
in
the
town
of
Newport,
Ark.,
$7.28447,40.
preparing the concoction, he said.
notinced they had begun moving al!
are marooned by the flood waters of and income.
Sheep — Wethers, $4.764(5; ewe», available men and machinery Into the
Compilations juac completed by the White River.
2. Unemployment and denial of op­
$30(4.50; lambs, $4.754(6.26.
storm sone, from north Texas to re­
auditing department of the O.-W. R.
According to a telephone message portunity to earn a living.
pslr tracks and water mains, but this
& N. company show that during the received here, the populace is in des­
William E. Tuttle, Jr., for two terms
3. Denial of justice in the creation,
A complex local situation is apt to progress la slow.
calendar year 1914 the company spent perate straits, Eight persons are re­ in the adjudication and in the adminis­ Democratic congressman from New
In bearing the brunt of the storm.
for wages, taxes, construction and ported to have lost their lives.
Jersey, and a prominent banker and make the Portland wheat market un­ Galveston Island and Bolivar Peninsu­
tration of the law.
la served as barriers to break the
other purposes incident to the conduct
The town is inundated to a depth
4. Denial of the right and oppor­ bualnes» man, has been appointed usually dull.
of its busines» in Oregon, Washington ranging from 5 to 12 feet and moat of tunity to form effective organizations. United Statee commleeloner to the
The farmers are showing themselves force of the hurricane against the lit­
and Idaho, an aggregate of $15,573,- the population has sought refuge in Remedies are suggested.
Panama exposition which open» No­ totally unwilling to meet in any way tle bay shore towns which skirt the
355.92, the equivalent of $50,892.30 the upper floors of the hotels and the
vember X The la»t congre»» appro­ the prices offered by exporters. In large body of water lying to the north
The Commons report says :
of the Island. The bay towns have
for each working day of the year.
"The greatest cause of industrial priated $25,000 for thia country*» par­ fact, following telegraph reports that suffered heavily, but probably have
courthouse-.
Because of recent heavy rains, ihe unrest is the breakdown of the labor ticipation In the exposition, and Mr. sterling had declined to $4.58, one been saved from utter devastation.
Because of the delay in shipping,
Dependable accounts of the losses
leading firm of exporters announced
caused by the war, Baker county, Ore­ river rose to such an extent that all laws and the distrust of our municipal, Tuttle I» arranging for the exhibit.
that they were not in the market, and, In these lesser towns have not been
gon, ranchers barely escaped a disas­ the levees protecting the town gave state and national governments on the
trous grain sack shortage just as the way, letting loose one of the most dis­ part of a large portion of our people.” they arc missing. Burgess, a chauf moreover, did not expect to be in the thus far obtainable, but the loss of
Ilves Is proportionately greater In each
threshing season was on. Nearly 30,- astrous floods in the history of the The report outlines a plan for remedy­ feur, and Mrs. Burgess, a maid, were near future.
ing conditions through the institution in Mrs. Bruguiere's employ.
The grower, generally, is not in­ of the bay towns than In Galvoaton.
000 sacks had been ordered early from community.
In Virginia Point, the north end of
The cpmpany's message from Liver­ clined to take below $1.06, the price
Two steamboats continued making of a permanent "industrial commission
Calcutta. Farmers were preparing to
the caiiscwuy. 14 are dead; at Texas
construct temporary bins and wheat trips up and down the river in the vi­ and advisory council” with comprehen­ pool mentioned five survivors who current a week ago, prior to the recent City 32. 10 of whom wore soldiers, are
had sailed at the last moment and slump.
was fi ling every available receptacle cinity of Newport and succeeded in sive powers.
reported drowned, seven at La Porto
whose names were not on the list
"And, if he holds for that price, he and three at Lynchburg.
when 5000 sacks arrived. Nearly 25,- rescuing a number of families from
cabled here Thursday night.
the roofs of houses, whither they had Russians Sink Big German Cruiser
At Houston three were killed during
000 are expected within a few days.
When the White Star offices closed is apt never to sell his grain," re­
the storm, one, W. E. Evans, a car­
gone to escape the flood. Finally the
marked one leading shipper.
late
Saturday
night,
it
was
announced
The Lausanne Gazette, of Geneva, flood became too great, and the boats
penter, killed by a falling barn, and
Moltke and Ten Other Vessels that the list then stood at 14 passen­ "The farmer is confident that grain another,
says that the English government has had to withdraw.
an unidentified negro, killed
gers missing, two ot whom were will go up," said another. "But then
recently placed large orders for am­
by a live wire The property loss has
Americans.
the
farmer
fails
to
consider
such
little
All means of communication with
London—A dispatch to the Central
been estimated at $2,000,000.
munition, especially shells, with Swiss the town, save the telephone wires,
questions as exchange."
The hurricane struck Houston, ac­
factories, supplying the raw material has been destroyed, and it was feared News from Petrograd says:
Washington, D. C.—Tension In­
The opinion seemed general that cording to reports reaching here,
’’The president of the Duma has an­ creas'd in official quarters Raturday
to the Swiss through France, and that that even the telephone wire would be
wheat
trading
locally
would
be_at
a
shortly after every wire to Galveston
nounced that the Germans had lost the when consular messages forwarding
Swisa watchmakers by thousands are destroyed.
battle cruiser Moltke, three cruisers affidavits of American survivors of standstill for some little time, the had been put out of commission by the
engaged in making the more delicate
Several passenger trains are stalled and seven torpedo-boats in the Riga the British liner Arabic brought def­ water rate of 60 cents by the canal storm. Th» hurricane was declared
parts of projectiles.
Germany, the
at Newport.
inite information that the vessel was making It practically impossible for to b» the worst la th» history of the
battle.”
Gazette says, likewise has placed or­
With food and water supplies almost
torpedoed without warning and that local mills to buy wheat here and cofa- city. Damage was wrought chiefly to
The
announcement
of
the
president
ders for munitions with Swisa manu­ exhausted and with many refugees in
buildings by th» wind and to merohan-
probably some Americans had been pete with flour on Eastern markets.
of
the
Duma
as
sent
was
as
follows:
dls» by water.
facturers.
Exporters
asserted
that
unless
he
lost
the town from other points along the
"In the Riga battle the Germans lost
It seemed that but one point re- had ships which he was compelled to
Carranza is said to be preparing a river, the situation waa one which au­ one battle cruiser, the Moltke, three
malned to be cleared up—whether the fill, a buyer would be unlikely to buy
reply refusing peace proposals.
thorities here considered grave.
3$ in • Autes Held Up.
cruisers and seven torpedo-boats.
Arabic attempted to ram the subma­
Bntte, Mont — Five highwaymen
The Germsn fleet has withdrawn rine er whether a change of the liner’s at all, because he might have to face
Yuan Shi Kai is considering the ad-
a heavy deficit by the time his 60-day held up and robbed nine successive
Wheat Crop Estimated.
from Riga bay.
viaability of proclaiming himself em-
course to assist the already sinking
payment bill became due.
"The
Gormans
tried
to
make
a
de
­
Washington,
D.
C.
—
The
Canadian
British
steamer
Dunsley
nearby
was
peror of China.
automobile parties within the space of
With the farmers firm for wheat at
scent
near
Pempvin
(Pemigel),
on
the
misinterpreted by the Gorman subma­
Application has been made for the West is expected to produce some­ east shore of the gulf of Riga, some rine commander as a hostile approach. $1.06 and over, and buyers coy until an hour here Raturday night The
appointment of a receiver for the Mis­ where between 200,000,000 and 260,- 35 miles north of Riga.
The attitude of the American gov­ the money market is more settled, hold ups occurred on Harrison avenue,
Four barges
000,000 bushels of wheat this season—
a main thoroughfare.
souri Pacific'railroad.
crammed with soldiers took part in the ernment for the moment Is receptive, there does not appear much chance of
probably around about 240,000,000
anxiously
awaiting
accurate
details
heavy
sales
of
Northwest
grain.
Thirty five persons were robbed of
decent. They were repulsed by the
A Georgia mob took Leo M. Frank,
bushels, so it is reported to the depart­
and reserving Judgment as to whether
cash and Jewelry which the police be­
serving a life sentence for the murder ment of commerce.
Russian troops, without the co-opera­
the action was "deliberately unfriend­
lieve will total more than $5000,
Few Apples Yet Unsigned.
tion of artillery, the Germans being
of Mary Phagan, from jail and hanged
As the motoring parties approached
The total grain crop is expected to
ly’’
him.
Wenatchee, Wash.—The apple crop the scene of the robberies they were
exterminated and the barges cap­
The final decision rests with Pre»!-
aggregate 325,000,000 bushels. Of this
tured.”
dent Wilson.
of the Wenatchee district is now al­ stopped, robbed and forced to take
The executive committee of the Ger­ total it is expected that 250,000,000
man National Liberal party declares bushels will be available for lake ship­
most entirely lined up for market—85 scats at the side of the road, until 35
Soldiers Learn Cooking.
persons were seated In a row.
permanent peace can only be had by a ment, and that from 130,000,000 to
per cent is the estimate of one fruit­
Fear Fslt For Islanders.
London—The British war office has
wide extension of German frontier in 150,000,000 bushels will be available
man.
The
greater
part
of
the
unsigned
New Orleans.—Efforts are being
Tree Yield» $3000 Crop.
taken the advantage of the vacation
all directions.
for export.
tonnage is in the hail-affected districts.
made to reach Marsh Island, about
Washington, D. C.—What appear»
The tonnage in other sections has been
season in the city schools to turn sev­
A cablegram from Paris announces
150 miles southwest of here, to learn sold for cash or placed as a whole to be the most valuable fruit tree in
Stefansson Not Sighted.
eral of the buildings into cooking
the death of Jacques Neyvatte, a mem­
the fate of 100 island residents, who, through a unit of the Growers’ League. the world »Unde at Whittier, In Loe
schools,
where
1500
soldiers
are
learn
­
Nome, Alaska—The United States
ber of the French aviation corps. Ney­
Angola» county, Cal. It 1» an avacado
There are 100 It is feared, may have been lost in the Prospect» are that almost one-fourth of (alligator pear) and Is Insured against
vatte was formerly a newspaper man coast guard cutter Bear, which carried ing the culinary art.
ofp hoenix.A riz. He was licensed by the mails to Point Barrow, the most men billeted in each building, and they storm. Persons on the Island mostly the entire tonnage will be sold for wind and fire by Lloyds, of London, to
the Aero Club of France in 1908, and northerly point of Alaska, returned to must provide their own food on the are fishermen, but several parties of cash. Estimates say the tonnage will the amount of $30,000.
The value of this tree arises from
appeared in aerial exhibiitons in this Nome Tuesday and reports that no customary war office allowance of 40 campers were known to have been vary from 4000 to 5000 cars. Approx­
there when the hurricane struck.
imately 850 cars are under contract.
the great value of it» product This
country. He served in the Boer war word of Viljalmur Stefansson, the ex­ cents a day. If they cannot eat the
The
sea
was
still
too
rough
to
be
tree last year yielded 3000 pears
plorer, and his two companions had meals they prepare they must go with­
as a balloonist.
navigable, and an appeal was sent to
which averaged to the owner 50 cents
been received. The Bear reported that out. "To cook rapidly and well is an Governor Hall, who ordered the state
H od Proapects Favorable.
oach. It also produced $1500 worth of
A terrific Gulf storm wrecked many nothing further has been heard of the art which can be easily acquired,” says
Portland
—
A
cable
received
by
a
conservation commission to direct one
bud wood, making a total production
vessels and did much other damage gasoline schooner New Jersey, hereto­ the war office manual.
of its large boats to go to the rescue. leading firm of hop exporters indicated for the year of $3000.
along the [Gulf coast, and particularly fore reported missing. The New Jer­
that the English crop would be 270,000
at Galveston.
sey left Nome last fall.
British Lose 3 Vessels.
cwt., in place of 250,000 cwt., the es­
Climber
Killed
on
Rainier.
Schedule Chang» Curbed.
timate given a week ago. At the same
London—The British steamer Cober,
A German submarine torpedoed the
Ninety Take Military Course.
Tacoma.—While climbing to Gibral­ time the lice conditions In Oregon are
Olympia, Wash.—The time worn de­
of
3060
tons,
has
been
sunk
by
a
Ger
­
British transport Royal Edward in the
Tacoma, Wash. — Ninety business man submarine. The crew has been tar Rock on Mount Rainier, with a improving, and cables indicate that vice on railroad timetables announc­
Aegean sea, off the Turkish coast, and
and professional men, including one landed in safety. The British steamers party of eastern tourists, G. F. Ord­ weather conditions abroad are favor­ ing that the railroad “reserves the
about 1000 lives were lost.
minister and a half dozen capitalists, Windsor and William Dawson have way, of Boston, plunged to death down able to a big crop. Hop buyers report right to change this schedule at pleas­
fi
rf
Nancy Hanks, 2:04, champion trot­ reported for the camp of instruction met disaster. The Windsor, a vessel a canyon. Mrs. Ordway saw her hus­ that 137,000 cwt. of last year’s Eng­ ure” or without notice, la doomed In
ter from 1892 to 1894, died at Ham­ for business men in command of Colo­ of 6055 tons, has, according to a report band's body go crashing down the lish crop remain unsold, and this the state of Washington, unless the
burg Place, the estate of J. E. Mad­ nel R. H. Wilson, Fourteenth Infan­ issued here, been sunk, while the Wil­ cliff. Ordway's body was recovered is a factor in the market.
railroads can offer a convincing ex­
den, who purchased the horse several try, United States Army, at Cosgrove, liam Dawson, an old steamer of 284 by members of the party. Although
cuse. The public service commission
has Issued an order forbidding chang­
years ago to pension her until her American Lake. They will spend three tons, has been blown up. The crew of 23,000 tourists have registered at the
The Portland stockyards market con­ ing of timetables without 10 days' no­
national park this season, this is the
death. Nancy Hanks was foaled in weeks receiving military instruction the Windsor was saved, but five men first accident of the kind since 1912,
tinued firm, although arrivals were tice, posted boforehand In the sta­
188«.
from regular army officers.
of the Dawson’s crew were lost.
when a young woman fell from a peak. light. Shoep receipts were heavy.
tions.
Brief Resume of General News
From All Around the Earth.
U. S. Investigating Commissio Fourteen of Ship's Passengers
Makes Report.
Remain Unaccounted for.
Property Loss In Texas Storm
Estimated at $30,000,000.
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