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PORTLAND, OREGON. FRIDAY, JULY 9. 1915.
1MKICK FIVE CENTS.
Full Text of Berlin's Reply
Will Be Awaited.
TEN0R1S NOT SATISFACTORY
Conditions Proposed Are Re
garded as Imposing Un
; neutral Requirements.
SETTLEMENT NO NEARER
Critical Turn Given Contro
versy by Treatment of
. Lusitania Affair.
WASHINGTON, July 8. The United
States Government will not engage in
formally in a discussion or negotiation
with Germany regarding the charac
ter of the forthcoming reply to the
last American note on submarine war
fare. Ambassador Gerard, at Berlin, has
been informed that such is the Presi
dent's decision and that the Ambas
sador is to make no comment on the
tentative draft given him by the Ger
man Foreign Office. If asked for an
expression, he is to say that the
United States will await a formal re
ply before discussing the question
Ambassador Advises Statement.
The German Ambassador, it is be
lieved, is urging his Government to
make a broad statement on the prin
ciples involved and reserve for later
discussion arrangements concerning
the separation of passenger and con
For the United States, of its own
- initiative, to make concessions, it is
held, would imperil the entire fabric
of American rights with other bel
There were many evidences in of
ficial circles today that the German
controversy was again regarded as
critical and that the reply as outlined
was exceedingly disappointing. The
concessions alleged to have been made
were referred to as a slight departure
from the illegal position held by Ger
many and it was pointed out that the
United States, holding a strictly legal
position, was unable to make any
changes or surrender any point.
Contention Arouses Pessimist m.
Irrespective, however, of the sug
gestions made as to the future con
duct of German submarines as sug
gested in the preliminary draft of the
German reply, one of the chief causes
of the pessimism is the treatment to
be accorded the Lusitania tragedy.
Originally the United States pointed
out that the German submarine com
manders must have misapprehended
. their instructions and could not have
intended to, sink the vessel without
warning. The last German note in
reply contended that the vessel was
armed, was an auxiliary cruiser and
therefore could not be treated as a
After the United States submitted
official information that the Lusi
tania not only was unarmed, but did
not attempt to resist visit and search,
the German government, it is now
understood, has taken the position
there was no intentfon to sacrifice
non-combatants, the view of the Ger
man commander being that the ves
sel would be difficult and slow to
sink and that there would be ample
opportunity to remove passengers to
a place of safety.
Informal Conference Mentioned.
The United States said in its first
note that reparation would be sought
for the sacrifice of Americans on the
Lusitania, but Germany has denied
liability for the occurrence.
Officials here declined to explain
the mystery of the informal conference
between Ambassador Gerard and of
ficials of the German Foreign Office.
They indicated that the message from
the Ambassador, transmitting an out
line of the German note, did not say
specifically that he had been asked to
obtain the views of the American
Government. It appeared that he asked
if there were any instructions and did
so because the draft was placed in hia
hands in advance of its' completion.
' According to officials familiar with
diplomatic precedent, this was not un-
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ROYAL PAIR WIN
PLAUDITS AND COIN
ADMIKIXU COMMONERS SHOWER
S3LVLL CHANGE OX DANCEKS.
Maharajah of Kapnrtliala and Ills
Maharahnee "Cut Loose" In Cafe
and Genius Is Rewarded.
SAX FRANCISCO. July 8. (Special.)
Genius ia both admired and rewarded
in San FrancUco, and thereby hangs a
The Maharaja of Kapurthala and Her
Royal Highness the Maharanee of Ka
purthala, now visiting the city from
their province in India, are dancers of
such grace and vigor that they rank
with the best and that means genius.
While all genius basks in admiration
with as much delight as an Indian in
sunshine, there are limits in the mat
ter and manner of reward.
Both his and her Royal Hlghnevs of
Kapurthala today blushingly admit,
with becoming modesty, that they
reached the limit quickly last night
while they "ragged" in a San Francisco
"Some bear cats, eh?" said one of the
lovers of the beautiful rag. nudging
his lady friend. I wonder where the
manager picked 'em up? Got to encour
age that little lady, and her (Int. big
Whereupon the encouragement came,
in nickels, dimes and an occasional
two-bit piece, from every side. The
royal couple made a hurried exit.
ILVVACO PIONEER PASSES
Death Conies to Mrs. Ellen Markham
at Age of 7 1 Years.
ILWACO, Wash.. July 8. (Special.)
Mrs. .Kllen Huffman Markham. wife
of Dan Markham. known all 'over the
North Beach Peninsula as "Uncle" Dan
Markham, died here Tuesday morning
after a lingering Illness of many
months. Mr. and Mrs. Markham lacked
one year of the allotted time of celebrating-
their golden wedding anni
versary, having been married at the
time of the closing of the Civil War.
As a bride she moved from her
home in Illinois and for 13 years lived
in Kansas, coming over the Oregon trail
in 1ST9. The aged couple had lived In
and around Ilwaco for 26 years. She
was the mother of nine children, of
whom seven survive, all living in
Ilwaco. Mrs. Markham was 71 years
JOY RIDE CAUSES PROBE
Girls Jr'und Dazed Near Wren Artcr
Being Kept Out All Night.
PHILOMATH.- Or.. July 8. (Spe
cial.) Several persons have been taken
before the grand Jury here as the re
sult of the discovery a few days ago
of two girls, 14 and 16 years old. ap
parently dazed from drugs or liquor,
wandering near Wren, six miles from
here and 11 miles from their home, near
The girls were walking to their
uncle's home on the Buleah road, when
they were overtaken by two men In
an automobile at about 3 o'clock in
the afternoon and invited to ride. They
were turned turned loose near Philo
math at daybreak. It Is said. They
said they were brutally treated by the
men, one of whom they are said to
FRANCE GUARDS ITS GOLD
Export, Except Through Official
PARIS. July 8. A decree has been
published' prohibiting the export of gold
except by the Bank of France. This is
a precautionary measure taken at the
suggestion of Minister of Finance Rl
bot. It has been found that exported
gold has not been destined always for
a neutral country in settlement of ac
counts. A free outflow might result in
a dangerous traffic, according to M.
The gold in the Bank of France has
this week been increased $2,730,000 as
the result of the government's appeal
that the gold supply of the country be
exchanged for bank notes.
CANADA SENDS MORE MEN
Total Strength of Expeditionary
Force to Be Made 15O.00 0.
VANCOUVER, B. C. July 8. The to.
tal strength of the Canadian expedi
tionary force is to be ralxed to 150.000.
The recent Intimation that this step
would be taken has been followed by
the necessary formal action and ar
rangements can be made Immediately
for raising the additional troops.
This will provide reinforcements
necessary for the two divisions over
seas and for the maintenance of a
force of 50.000 in training tn Canada
This force will be recruited to full
strength from time to time as drafts
are made upon it for the filling of gaps
In the 100.000 overseas.
1 Mrs. Guggenheim Married Aaln.
j NEW YORK. July 8. Mrs. Grace
j Bernheimer Guggenheim, who received
i a final divorce yesterday from her hus
I band. M. Robert Guggenheim, was mar
t ried today to Morton E. Snellenburg. of
I Philadelphia, who Is a member of the
! dry goods firm of N. Snellenburg & Co
W. K. Kcllogsr III in Alaska.
FAIRBANKS, Alaska. July 8. V. K-
Kellogg. of Battle Creek, Mich., the
breakfast food manufacti er, who ar
rived here yesterday, was taken to a
j hospital, seriously ill. He will depart
for Seattle today, accompanied by a
CINGINNATI IS HARD
HIT BY TORNADO
Many Dead, Property
Loss Exceeds Million.
HOUSES LEVELED TO GROUND
ChLTch Spires Topple, Debris
Blocks Residence Streets.
TWO STEAMERS ARE SUNK
Search for Dead Goes On and Itlver
Is Being Dragged Kentucky
bide Suffers Heavily and
Recovery Is Slow. '
CINCINNATI, July 8 With ;S known
dead. 10 missing and property loss that
will exceed Jl.000.o00. Cincinnati to
night Is making a valiant effort to re
cover from probably the worst wind
and rain storm of Its history.
At 9:80 o'clock last night the storm
broke; one-half hour later the city and
its suburbs lay In almost total dark
ness, its telephone system paralyzed,
its streetcar service completely sus
pended and its citizens groping to as
certain the toll the storm had exacted.
Tin ittiBkMt "Iwk.
Two steamboats had gone down In
the Ohio River, one having hit a bridge
pier, while the other was overturned by
the terrific force of the gale: probably
a hu- dred houses were leveled to the
ground: a half-dozen lofty church
spires were toppled and when the full
extent cf the damage was ascertained
late today It was found that few houses
in the city have escaped damsg.
The streets of the downtown district
were strewn with electric light signs
and plate-glass windows, while In the
residence section and in the suburbs
w-gon and automobile traffic was
made impossible by hundreds of trees
uprooted and thrown across the thor
oughfares. Fifty Clabhoweea Sweat Away.
Probably 10 clubhouses along the
Ohio River were swept into the stream
and floated away.
Tonight finds the city's streetcar
service practically normal. The tele
phone service rapidly Is recovering
from the blow, while the city has done
almost miraculous work In cleaning up
the debris. But the search for bodies
In the collapsed houses continues and
the river Is being dragged and Its sur
face searched for the bodies of those
who are believed to have gone down
on the sunken steamers. Three more
bodies were recovered tonight from the
ruins of a dwelling on West Sixth
The storm played many odd and pe
culiar tricks. Eleven persons, all re
lated, are believed to have been killed.
The family of Louis Cohen and that of
Meyer Tennebaum. closely relate, but
living blocks away from each other.
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INDEX OF TODAY'S NEWS
TEPTERDAY'S Maximum trmlwritort, 73
desrees; minimum, feu degree.
TODAY'S Fair; northwesterly winds.
Explosion causes fire on liner Minnehaha.
American Consuls In Mexico urs speedy ac
tion to sate serious aitMallou. l'ic 1.
Cincinnati heavy sufferer by storm. Pas Y.
Crowd In cafe, showers small cwa on Ma
barajah and bis royal consort. Pas L.
Thaw unchecked by cross-examtner as ha
testifies In effort to prove ha la not in
sane. Fs 3.
Naval officers take charge of Sayvlll wire,
less station. 1'as 4.
Quarrel over burled treasure csusea arrests
lor murder committed In !!. fs 1.
Heavy loss of Ufa and property due to tor
nadoes In four Ccnttal states, fags 4.
Rumors that regulars may bo called to
Mj.&Ico lends?st to Third Oregon maneu
vers. Tasa 6-
Governor's plsn for disposition of land grants
gains support. fas .
Columbia Highway dedication party enthus
iastic. Tag 3.
Chautauqua attendance biggest. Pag 6.
Chances of Vorhwest to win Far Western
track and field nhampionahip hurt by
loss of Wlndnsgl and Kadderly f rum
lem. Pag lli.
lionua McArdle to Jola Beavers at once.
raclflo Coast iMtot results Portland-Uo
Angeles gim postponed, rain;- Vernon
4. Salt lake I; tan Kranclsco S, Oak
land i. Tag 12.
Commercial and Marie.
HI1 prices advancing fast in all markets.
Wheat advances at Chicago In spit of bear
ish crop report. Fag 17.
War stocks and coppers firm an4 other
Wall street Issues weak. Pag 17.
Entlr fleet oj Columbia and Okanocan
rtramboat Company destroyed by fir at
Wenatche. I'as 14.
fc?xlerMllng of harbor lines to mouth of Wil
lamette discussed by Port and Pock
Commissioners. Pace 14.
rortlaad aad Icinlt J.
Taking of testimony begins In Cashier Com
pany offlcors" trial. I'ag i.
Chanties relief furd reaches 13000 mark.
Attorney tries to show E H. Dode had bo
money to o defrauded out of aa la al
leged In fr.M.ouu suit. I'ag I.
Wlllamett Valley canning demoastratloa
tour begins Moodsy. rag 7.
Board of Krtucatlon defera action on aclea
Hon of sit for trad school, rag 11.
Administrations of 1 Johns and UoDtoa
ar taken over by city. Pas 7.
Senator Chamberlain promise aid In getting
water for Central Oregon, fag 11.
Sweet Pea fthow opens today at Meier Si
Prink building;. I'sga 17.
New films ar offered. Pag 11.
FOES BEGIN EXCHANGE
Germany and Prance to Trade Mem
bers of Sanitary Service.
TAP.IS, July . After long negotia
tions, France and Germany have agreed
to exchange the do-tors, chaplains,
apothecaries, nurses, stretter-bearers
and administrative officers of the sani
tary service now held prisoners.
Several persons In this category will
be detained on each side, sufficient
only to minister to their wounded com
patriots In the hospitals of their oppo
nents. The exchsnge will begin with
that of the permanently disabled, who
are to leave Constance, Baden. July 10.
and Lyons. France. July 11.
PRELATE STILL IS SINKING
ArctibKhop Quigley Death May
Come Quickly or In Kew Dajs.
KOCHESTUR, X. Y.. July 8 Dr. Jo
seph it- Culkln, one of the physicians
attending Archbishop (lulgley, of Chi
cago, said late tonight that the prelate
was continuing to sink.
Death might come Quickly, he ssld.
or It might be delayed several days.
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Ifl 1868 IS REVEALED
Quarrel Over Treasure
Leads to Ar-sts.
PROMINENT FARMER ACCUSED
State of Iowa Takes Up Inves
tigation of Mystery.
WEIRD STORY IS RETOLD
Cattleman Ambuolied and Killed,
Son Slain With Ax and Young
Woman Iso Surprise! Outlaw
tians Sworn to Secrecy.
BEDFORD. Ia, July . Bates Hunts
man, aged 70. a member of a prominent
family In this section, was arrested
here today on a charge of murder
growing out of tne recent unearthing
on a farm near Siam. Ia.. of a treasure
chest ssld to contain S'0.000.
The murder Is said to have occurred
in IKS, when a wealthy cattleman and
his son were killed. Warrants are out
for two other men. alleged to have been
accomplices of Ikrumm.
Wealthy Fsrsjrr Arrssri,
Henry Scrlbner. a wealthy farmer,
was arrested late today In connection
with the murder charge acalnst Bates
Huntsman. lie was released on bond
of 15000. Huntsman, unabl to give
bond, went to Jail. A third wartsnt yet
remslns to be served.
The money taken from the cattleman
was buried on the farm. and. In after
years. It was said by officials today.
Frank and Jesse James made several
visits to the scene of the crime In an
effort to find the treasure.
Mrs cjaarrel 0er Trrssare.
The murder warrants are the direct
result of the plans of r-amuel AnJerson.
of Lucas. Ia.. to file suit against Hunts
man and his alleged accomplices to re
cover a fourth part of the burled treas
ure. Anderson ssvs he was employed
to dig the money up about II year ago.
aud told his attorney. W. W. Hulman. of
Charlton, that he had kept silent about
It because of inability to reach an
agreement with the three men regard
ing a division.
In preparation for the trial the at
torney dieclosed facts In connection
with the opt rations of a notorious coun
terfeiter's Bans w hich in 1161 is sup
posed to have been responsible for the
death of tne cattleman. The Identity
of tho victims never was disclosed.
Mem ftald He Orialeal Baedlta.
Huntsman and Serlbner and the third
man. yet to 1c arrested, are charged
with being members of the original
counterfeiting gang which broke up
and i-cuttered a few years after the
lime of the murders.
The che. containing the ISO. 000. It
was asserted, was dug up on the farm
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SPEEDY ACTION IN
AMERICAN CONSULS POINT TO
Famine Crows, oro. Wlille J-nc-lioiis
orfer No Keller Carranta
Army Pressing on Capital.
WASHINGTON. July $. Urgent sug.
gestlons that the United States wait
no longer than a month before taking
decisive action to restore law and or
der In Mexico ha.e been forwarded to
the State Department by several Con
sular officers in th Northern pirt of
tho republic. All these reports have
been forwarded to President Wllaon.
Threatened famine and the Inability
of the contending mIMtary factions to
restore peace and establish a govern
ment that could be recognised by the
Lnlted States are dw e-U on by the Con
sular officers. Serlout condition are
predicted unless the United c-'taiew
lends a hand quickly.
Meager dispatches that reached the
State Department today from Vera
Crus said Carranxas army, estimated
at 2S.OO0 men. had pressed its flshl
for possession of Mexico City to with
in ten miles of the capital. The
Hraxlllan minister. In charge of Ameri
can interests, has notified leaders of
both forces that foreigners In the cap
ital and Its vicinity must he protetie-1.
Reports of food shortage continued
to reach the State Department and the
Bed Cross today from various parts of
TURKS REPORT VICTORIES
Attacks of Allies Devi red Repulwrd
With Heavy Ijoss.
CONSTANTINOPLE, via London. July
The Turkish wsr department today
gave out the following statement:
"On the Dardanelles front -iur ar
tillery bombarded the enemy position
near AvI I'.urnu and caused heavy dam
age. 'Attacks on the part of reconnolter
Inc divisions near Sedjul I'.ahr were re
pulse,! a,r cur troops with heavy losses.
One of our Anatolian roast batteries
opened fire on the enemy's positions
while the enemy was manifesting ac
tivity with small lost, which were
assisted by small auxiliary misers.
"A bomb, dropped on sn enemy bat
talion caused crest confusion and
heavy losses. A munitions depot of
the enemy was blown up by our bet
terlcs." ADRIATIC SEA IS CLOSED
Natlgatlon l'orbldden hj Italy Ux
or pi Under Conto.
WASHINGTON. July Closing of
the Adriatic Sea to merchant vessels of
all nations, except when bound for
Montenegrin or Italian ports under con
voy furnished by the Italian ministry
of war. Is announced In a telegram
from Ambassador Thomas Nelson Pase
at Home, dated yesterday and given
out tonight by the State Department.
A blockade of the Austrian and Al
banian coasts on the Adriatic was pro
claimed by Italy nan time ago. Now
navigation of the "xonea 'or the Adri
atic north of the line Ot roiUo-.Vsprl-Iluga-Strado-Biancho"
forbidden to merchant vessels of all
STEEL MILLS GET ORDERS
73.000 Tons or Projectile Metal to
He Sent Abroad.
PITTSBUltG. July I. Steel mills In
the Pittsburg district have received
within the past few days orders for
projectile steel which aggregate 7J.00d
tons. Karly In the year steel of this
grade was offered at til a ton. but
latest sales are said to have been made
Tin plate mills In the district also
are receiving foreign orders Tor quick
delivery, enough having been booked,
it Is reported, to keep mills In opera
tion the remainder of the year. The
McKeesport Tin Piste Company has
commenced construction of a SO-ral'.l
addition to Its plant, and the l'ast
Canonsburg Tin Plate Company has
started work on a l:-mi!l addition.
ITALIAN CRUISER SUNK
tuolrlan Submarine Torpetloew War
ship Mom of Crew Saved.
P.OMi:. ia Paris. July S The Kalian
armored cruiser Amain was torpedoed
and sunk at dawn yesterday by an
Austrian submarine while taking part
In m reconnaisa nre In the Upper Adri
atic. It wss officially announced tonight
by the Ministry of Marine Most of
the members of the crew were saved.
The commander, before giving orders
to the crew to jump overboard, cried:
"lxng live the King! Long live
1 la ly:-'
The entire trew, drawn up at t'.e
stern, echoed the shout. The com
mander, who was the lsst to leave,
slipped overboard shortly before t!te
NAVY MEN VISIT YAQUIS
Two Officers of Colorado Ask In
dians to Stop Italdng, ICeport.
NOGALKS. Aria-. July . James
Snowden, who arrived here todsy from
Uusytna. brought with him the story
that two officers of the United States
cruiser Colorado spent ten days In tne
Yauual country of Southern Sonora
visiting the Indiana in their stronghold.
After reporting to their superior of
ficers. It is said, they went back again
to persuade the Indiana to stop raiding.
WITNESS IS HEARD
First Testimony inTria!
ATTORNEYS ADDRESS JURY
Defense Contends Company
Officials Acted Honestly.
INDICTMENT IS ASSAILED
M. I. Plcw, In Opening Statement
for All Defendant;,. Declare Ex
penditures Will Show t.ood
Intent and IHi-prove lYaud.
Although the mm of the Govern
ment against seven officials and stock
salaemen of the United Stales Cihler
Company for alleKed conspiracy to
x relate the postal frsud statute w as in
its third day before Judse I'nn in the
United Slates District Court yesterday,
the first witness In the trial was not
called until late ln the fIfn..-oit
He was Frank H. Gloyd. former
treasurer and secretary of the United
States Cashier Company. II was
called by United State Attorney
Iteamea to Identify minute and record
books of the company, contracts to
patent rigl.ts, contracts with officials
snj salesmen, and the like, to establish
the groundwork on which the Govern
ment will build Its esse.
taetraet Is Idealised.
Another witness who was on lri fly
was Hiram S. House, special aeer.t fr
the Department of Just.ce- II Metm
ned a contract between the com;ny
and two of Its salesmen that Mr. Glod
had been unaMe to Identify. After Mt.
House left the st-inO. Mr. GUd re
sumed his place there.
United Slatea Attorney Kcam s an
nounced that he had called Mr. Glod
at this time only to l.lentify exhibits
to be priced m evidence, and that h
would recall him for further examlna--;.
later. Attorney Mar'.in 1. Pipes
r'ecan a vigorous cross-examination
bearing somewhat on other matter than
those discussed in his direct testimony,
but Mr. Iteamea did hot object.
One question asked by Mr. pipes wss
the sue of the companj's payroll at Us
former factory In Kenton.
atal7 Payroll goao aa, Mere.
"The monthly payroll of the factory
alone would sometimes run as hist
as ISOOtt to 4000." replied Mr. Glod.
Judge Been adjuurned court at :0i
o'clock to 10 o'clock this r.iornir.t. af
ter Mr. Pipes ssld he had quite a lot
of question to ask Mr. Glod. Py gen
eral consent of the attorneys for the
various defendants. Mr. Pipes will do
most of the cross-examining and will
interpo.-o objections, with the under
standing that each objection applies
aa If each attorney baa also objected
InJividually on behalf of his client.
Two hours In the morning and one
hour and i0 minutes ln the afternoon
were takeu up by the opening state
ments of five attorney for as many de
fendants. ladlrtsarat la .Vasal lea.
Martin L, Pipes made the main open
ing statement Tor all the defendants,
and specifically in bclialf of Frank
Mrnefee. pre&ldent and general man
ager of the compan). Mr. pipes spoke
for an hour and IS minutes, lie began
by satiric reference to the indictment
as so long, so verbose and ao full of
repetition generally "that a Philadel
phia lawyer could hardly analyse it. let
alone a Portland lawyer."
Mr. Pipes went on to say that be had
finally managed to master lu He Im
pressed on the Jurors that they must
find their verdict solely on the cbargrs
made In the indictment, fie declared
that United States Attorney Kcamea la
his opening statement Wednesday had
not confined himself to the InuictmenL.
which charged conspiracy to use the
malls to defraud, but had gone into dt
tails of the al.efed frauds themselves,
"This indictment charges a con
spiracy to commit a crime SKSinst tue
Lnlteu Slates." said Mr. Pipes. "The
crime the conspiracy is alleged to be
for Is not the charge. The conspiracy
Itself la what must be proved. What
the United btetsa Attorney has pre
sented to you and what he expects to
prove do not come up to what tbe rest
Isrsse la Made Isaac.
The Government must show that the
defendants engaged in a conspiracy to
use the coin machines shown here la
court aa mere pretenses, without at.y
value and never Intended to be of any
value, and as part of the scheme
to ui the mails In carrying out this
fraud; that the business of the compsny
wss not to manufacture and sell ma
chines, but purely to sell stock. Tho
Indictment says plainly tl.at the de
fendants never Intended to go Into the
buMncss of manufacturing or selling
This." continued Mr. Pipes, "is the
head and front of our offense, accord
ing to the indictment. If you find, aa
I am sure you must find from the evi
dence that will be presented to you.
that Instead of attempting to cheat
stockholders out of their money, tare
sums, aggregating more thaa l0c.0Co.
were put into legittmste expenditures
for the development snd manufacture
of the machines, then ) uu must free
"W shall try to siiuw you that, ao
far from being a gamv to sill stock
tCcovucitd wn l' 1. Coluiua i.i