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. THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. 'PORTLAND 'WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 31, 1911.
Development of Central and
Eastern Oregon Depends on
This Plan, Says Commercial
: Th.it something mint be don to de
" velnp diversified farming In the great
tern Oregon district and In central
JreKon, was J'lnln'y -t forth at a lunch
on attended by number of proinluiit
"ortlnnd men at the Commercial club
hi afternoon. It waa pointed out that
:o bark up Portland and other cities In
the state, the country muat be devel
oped, the country population muat be
i J. N. Teal waa the principal speaker,
nd It waa for the purpose of hearing
bis report urn the counties or Uliuam
Morrow and Sherman that the gathering
had been called. Mr. Teal baa Just re
turned from an Inspection tour of these
three eastern Oregon oountles which he
0 eel arts most typical or oonoiuons in
ghat part of the state.
. -The first change to bring about.'
aid Mr. Teal. "Is to secure the produc
tion of diversified crops. I know fruit
potatoes, vegetables and other products
Of agriculture ran be grown nere. nop
should be raised in large numbers. Borne
way must be found to brlnf about this
hange. Many people believe wheat Is
the only crop that can be grown there
successfully on large holdings. These
Ideas must be rooted out by practical
Demonstrations. Theories won't go.
"Therefore to Induce better methors.
ncourage diversified farming the Ore-
on Conservation Commission purposes
to offer money prises for the best crops
Of wheat and peas, and possibly some
other agricultural product from the dry
portions of the counties that I have not
mentioned. These prizes I would aug
gest to be distributed at a trl-county
fair to be held some time In the fall of
2912. And we snould also offer p rises
for the best pigs raised by farmer of
those counties, memoranda showing how
these pigs were rulsed and at a profit1
Mr. Teal gave an Illustration of the
tremendous area of those counties and
the possibilities for trade to b de
veloped there by Portland merchants.
Addresses were also mad by R. D,
Miller, traffic manager of the Rarri
' man lines In Oregon; C 8. Jackson, pub
Usher of the Journal; O. F. Johnson,
fhalrman of the Commaiical olub Pro
motion committee, and Mr. Mariner
from eastern Oregon.
Upon motion a committee composed
f C F. Johnson, R. D. Millar, E. Durk
heimer. Dwlght Edwards. S. C Pier and
C. N. Hugglns was appointed to confer
With Mr. Teal In regard to the proposal
price contest and trt-oounty fair movement
STOCK OF TOBACCO
Pumpkin "Grows" Face of Taft
Court Decision and Fear of
Prosecution Knocks Down
t TAKEN ON IMS
fit Paul, Minn- May II. James J,
Hill anoujiced today the execution of
1900,000,000 first and refunding mort
gage to secure bonda for the Great
Northern and Burlington.
Mr. Hill in a statement said that
the size of the mortgage was explained
by the fact that the outstanding ob
ligations of the company, which are to
be refunded, amount to $320,000,000.
Financiers seem to think that Hill
intends going Into railroad operations
on the scale of the Northern &ecurl
(IpeeUI DIoMtr to Tb JaanuLl
New York. Way II. American To
bacco securities dropped severely today
on account of the recent court decision
and the fear of arrest and further prose
cution of the company's officials.
On change today Amerlrmi Tobacco ,
stock started as high as S M per share I
hut laler In the day dropped to 1 h
or a loss of 2 par share This Is one
of the most severe louses ever enrount
ered by any similar security on the
Fears of prosecution also caused hold-
era to unload as murn or ineir unuea
States Steel Corporation stock as pos
it le todny snd a sharp loss was forced
at the opening. Later, with a general
boost by the big Interests the market
not only recovered Its own but closed
with a net advance of 1 H points over
Other metal security holders were less
fortunate and Amalgamated Copper lost
IVk points while the common shares of
American Smelting St Keflnlng company,
were down 1 points.
ALASKA SALMON PACK
LOOKS LIKE HUGE ONE
put bt with every restriction removed.
every cannery is to worn at run capac- iBpertal Idioitih to Tha Journal..
tty for a maximum pack. Ten new sal- While Salmon. Wash.. Mar II. The
mon canneries were opened In Alaska accompanying picture Is of an exhibit
u-us season, onnfiti vnm wxmi pa.n, . d by a wht BaJmon nsAtr frm
f . - . ... , , ,,, The apples were grown without irrlra
Pin Point Haw Inlet Tee Harbor, Cape tlon. "! the different varieties show
Edwards, Behm Canal and Seldovla, and good keeping qualities, as the picture
one established by the Tongas Trading was made one month ago.
company is a floating plant Two new Below are pumpkins from a local
packing plants are to be operated on nursery, the caricature on them being
Puget sound ana preparations nave
been made to pack 400,000 cases of I
pink salmon in these waters.
All but three eound canneries are to
run this season. This year humpback
salmon are due to ran In large quanti
ties and never have failed. The Fraser
river, B. C, pack may be light as only
five of 15 canneries are to open. Pack-
era believe the opening prices will be
higher than a year ago because there Is
a scarcity of canned salmon of all kinds.
and In faot the entire 1811 pack has
been oversold, subject to approval at
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Seattle. Wash.. May 31. According to V ' - -W v ,vy' fX
those watching the Alaska salmon can- V. wi .r 'mtA. tSmtli i.raV 11 H
nlng Industry, indications are promising I J t1 Jt(i
for a new record large pack. There Is I fjj . imi ! n wmmmmmm mmmmmmmm i ii sin ,U
no effort this year to curtail the out- l " - -
I SHOOTING AFFRAY
MAY END FATALLY OF NEIGHBORHOOD CLUB
RealdenU of Piedmont and Walnut
Park will meet In the Piedmont Presby-
! ii. . n n..n.i. iilterian onurcn tonigni-ai a o cioca 10
LOren naWKS rUlS DUIIUS iniO consider plana for the formation of
Lem Graham on the
neighborhood club. It la proposed to ao
qulre a block of land, build a clubhouse
with tennis oourts and children's play
ground, somewhat after the style of
the irvington tennis oiuo. w. r. wood
ward, president of the Irvington elub.
will tell of the work done by that or
ranlaatlnn. The Rav. Dr. Rnvdar. naatar
(pvnsi iwwin im iwum i 0 lh. Pl.ilmiuit Pruhvlartin ehiimh
wiiuw, w., mm, . 4xm uranam wm D- among the speakers.
was seriously wounded in a gun light
at the Joseph choolhouse, three miles
above the mouth of the Orand Ronde
river. The shooting waa done by Loren
Hawks-, who fired two shots at Graham,
one of the bullets entering the stomach
.and the other the right groin.
According to a report the shooting oo- or New York, testifying Derore tne sen
leurred over a horse race which took ate finance committee today, said
place at the mouth of the Orand Ronde' number of manufacturers had volun-
yesterday afternoon. The dispute was tee red to contribute to the national
over the merits of the horses owned by I grange's anti-reciprocity fund, but that
40 INDICTMENTS: :
MANY MAKE PROMISES
BUT FEW GO FURTHER
Prw Leased Wlra.t
Washington, May II. Joseph Allen
only one, whose name he declined to
the men as to speed. It ia reported
that the men were somewhat Intoxl-1 give, had paid
ceiea ana xonowipg a neaiea auercaiion
Uraham fired the two shots.
Hawks Is about S5 years old and has
been In that section for about three
years, having been employed by R. R.
Btsen at his Billy creek ranch for a
period. Oraham la also well known In
the Joaenh creek section. Hawks waa
one of the men who were riding the Victoria, and Eddie Mensor or rortiana
I outlaw horses at the Orand RondS picnic were both fined I2( today by President
and waa thrown from his mount when Lindsey far having a flat fight last
SCRAPPY PLAYERS ARE
GIVEN FINES OF $25
(Dnltea Frsss Leasee Wire.)
Seattle, May SI Eddie Householder of
the horses ran Into the willows.
CROPS UP AT BOISE
(R pedal Dl lotted to The JoaraaL)
Boise, Idaho, May SI. An Interna
tional question Is Involved In the caae
of Xura Case, manager of the Paciflo
Paving company, which waa argued In
the Idaho supreme court today. Caae
waa arrested and convioted for employ
ing foreign labor on public works In
Sunday. Judge Llndsey went to Tacoma
to Investigate the affair. The suspen
sion of both men has been lifted.
Most of Them Believed to Be
Connected With Cen
malted Praia tad Wlra.t
Taooma, Wash May il. forty
ealed Indictments were returned thla
afternoon by the grand Jury, which ha
been In session for several days, and
It la believed that a majority of these
are a result of the Investigation. In
to alleged frauds In connection with
the taking of last year's census. Ar
rests are eipeoted today.
Wltneases from Seattle and Belling
ham were before the Inquisitorial body
this forenoon and It la probable that
the matter of census irregularities In
these cities was also taken up. It la
stated the present Jury la fully em
powered to act In any caae coming up
In thla dlstrlot, which Inoludea Belling-ham.
Seme of those In attendance from out
ald point, however, are stated by the
assistant district attorney to be her
on matters other than the census)
8tam Shovel Bos.
("pedal Dispatch to Tfcs JoaraaL)
La Pine. Or June I. A steam shovel
capable of 'lifting ISO! cubto yards of
earth a day haa been Installed at the
works of the Deachutes Land company.
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LEADS IN CONTEST
HARROUN WINS 500
NEIGHBORS IN BIG ROW
OVER CHICKENS; COURT
FINES ONE MAN $10
It took Judge Tazwell, several
attorneys, many witnesses and
several Interpreters to hear a
e case against Adam Hlnkle of
834 Mallory avenue, who was ac-
e runed by Conrad Henstrom. a
e neighbor, of cruelty to animals
e In that he beat a hen with a
e stick, broke its legs and wings
4 and threw it Into his neighbor's
yard. In the end Hlnkle waa
e found guilty and fined S10 on
e the charge. It was shown that
4 bud Mood existed between the
e two pBrties. and that Hinkle
had been much annoyed by the
vi bit s or nenstrom's chickens.
(Special Dispatch to Tbe Journal)
Speedway, Indianapolis, Ind., May SI.
Harroun, driving a Harmon, won the
500-mile automobile sweepstakes yes
terday. His time was :41:2. Harroun
waa the favorite and was In the lead
during the greater part of the race,
though pressed hard by Mulford and
Mulford, in his Lozler, was second,
and Bruce-Brown, driving a Flat, waa
imra bpenccr, in a Mercedes, waa
Prizes amounting to about S 16,000 go
to the winners.
S-J ' T V' ''Iff
QUEEhl MARY'S CROWN
Miss Elslo Bright.
The contest for queen to occupy the
Lents float In the Rose Festival pa
rade is waxing exceedingly warm as the
contest will end tonight. The leader
this afternoon Is Miss Elsie Bright
WHOLLY OF DIAMONDS w,th Mlas Tressla mcdowch a close
BTCUIIU. X ll VUlf Planus axoj lyuuno.
flnttmA I W m w s CilBlO OURIIU IVl'i 1 1 OOHta M1V,JV fT Vli,
-London. Mit Il-Oneen MiiVt 1564; Pearl Armstrong, 4Ji; vainer
crown, which will be placed upon tier Bartholomew, S22.
head dunug the coronation was com
pleted today. It Is according to her
own design and weighs but 19 ouficea.
It Is wholly of diamonds, set In a lace-
Hke design, the famous Kohlnoor
being In the center.
The king today named Lord Roberts
and Lord Kitchener among the boaters
of tbe royal regatta.
CORPS OF MEN POLL
PRECINCTS TO AID IN
Extensive polls by precincts and by
different classes of Industries or work
ers is being made by the Simon canr-
palgn committee. A large corps of men
is engaged In this work, which Is In
n FWffl ins rDoor
evidence, or neai tsiaie bwm- j JJppiJ W
HAND OFWOMAN DETECTED
Trees Make) Rapid Growth,
Hermlston, Or., May 81. On the Ta
bor ranch may be seen peach trees that chftr(ro of c. a. Ben, un(Jer direction of
iuauo Kiuwiu ot uiones bj- tu. ...nr.i nmittu
rrauy hub ornng. ana on many otner it- tj.h mn.f
places near this city this can be dupll- enKaKe1 i thi, work volunteers
aa4 a 01 vv iiv V J ' wm a, w w wsvaa
are being paid at tbe rate of S3. 50
to $5 per day, two or three being
engaged for as long a time as 10 days,
These workers make polls, make reports
on the sentiment they find In different
sections, distribute cards and literature.
and in some cases are also to be watch
ers or challengers at the polls.
All of the expenditures made are
authorized by law. Mr. Bell declares,
and no money ft expended esreept for
work to be performed a,long the lines
Indicated. He says a full statement of
all expenditures will be filed with the
city, auditor and every dollar accounted
for. The precinct work headquarters
have been established In the Fenton
building, J. P. Kennedy looking after
the office, under the direction of Bell.
Conveyances Recently" Exposed T(
Connected With Deal py Which
((lit Be wise In time,
f ifJJ Secure protection I
rA kj" before you make '
"f your real estate deal. &
EaatvSld Grocers Were e
t randed i of iBtore,''
Link by link." Deputy rlstrlct"jlttor
ney Page Is connecting evidence upon
which' he expects to, be able to show
tbat a gigantlo conspiracy for the
fraudulent conveyance of real' estate
has existed In Portland and that th.
01 ooiiars nave been lost by la
tirooers Art Swindle
A. Cobb and F. C Dillingham' were
proprietors of ' grocery stoce on
East Side, whtcft they traded to
for acreage la Josephine County,
ey round Hter that utey naa
title. Whan It was
The best Drotecdon
calls for a guaranteed
Certificate of Title.
Cor. 4th and Oak
TKslJZ OFF AND
AAl THIS COUPON TODAYS
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IF. C. MALLrZCK, SUICIDE,
BURIED AT GRANTS PASS
(Special DUoatch to Ths Tonrnal.t
Grants Pass, Or., May SI.. The fu
neral of F. C. Malleck, aged 85, who
committed suicide Monday, was held to
day at 2 o'clock from the Christian
church. Malleck was despondent for
some time. He had typhoid fever last
fall, end probably never fully recovered.
He was employed at the Prltchard ranch,
three miles west of this city, where he
shot himself. He leaves a young daugh
ter. He had always borne a good name.
EIGHT PEfolSH WHEN
SQUALL HITS BOATS
(United Press Leased Wire
Cleveland. Ohio, May SL Efght per
sons are reported drowned as a re
sult of a sudden squall on Lake Erie
today. A number of persons were In
rowboats on the lake when the squall
come up. "
One body has been recovered and iden
tified as that of Mrs. F. Early. Her
brothers, Thomas. and David Longsrogh,
were also drowned. Their bodies have
not been recovered. Twenty-five men
were rescued from the scow Lorain -off
the breakwater, .
the work of one of the owners, who
drew them on the vegetables when
small. In the center Is one of the "Bill violation of an Idaho statute, and has
Taft pumpkins" from, a neighbor's gar- applUMl for a wrtt of h(lbeM oorpuaj
den. which went Republican overnight. (1U(iD( that the etatute Is a vlola-
The nurseryman traced the Taft fca- Uon of tnd ,xlsUng commercial treaty
tures on the voting vegetables of his between the .United States and Greece,
Democratic friend, who originally came go u understood, the caae will be
from Tennessee, and very much cha- PJ,rH tn h. ,i.ri
grmou wa ne ai naring iu pica iui
pumpain a 1 namii time ibsi iau. 1 rrn rtf nM rn
vi icLULn ur nuu run
45 YEARS BECOMES
(Stleoj Boreas of Tie Journal.)
Salem, Or, May Si. Finding e
4 that power In law which stirs up
4p latent genius haa resulted in
w Professor B. H. Hawthorne of 4
w Eugene taking! the state bar ex- '
w aminatlon here1 today at the age
of 7S years. Professor Haw- e
4 thorns taught school In Oregon e)
w 48 years, and for a number of
years occupied the oh air of psy-
4 ehology at the state university. e
4 He is entitled to retire on pen-
4 slon front the Carnegie fund for e
superannuated teachers, and will 4
e laae up pracuce of law. )
4 Eighty aspiring lawyers are 4
w taking examinations today. They
w range in ages from lads who are e
4 barely able to scratch through e
4 the tl year limit to the 71 year e
w old veteran. v
TS PASS MEN HOME
FROM ILLINOIS VALLEY
(Special Dlspatrb te Tbe Journal.)
Grants Pass, Or., May SI. Seventy
members of the Grants Pass Commer
cial club returned from a pilgrimage
to Illinois valley points last evening,
highly delighted with the trip. A -plo-nlo
dinner was served yesterday after
noon by Kerby residents In honor of the
visitors. Speeches and dinners were fea
ture at Kerby, Holland and Waldo. Vis
itors from Crescent City were also pres
ent and took part In the big get-ac-
qualnted meetings. The outlook is
bright for mining and agricultural interests.
(Continued From Page One.)
A -Brand New Automobile
By MORRIS B. WELLS
yon have an Automobile or hope to own one, or even want
4a Steve r)a Kite? 4 Vi i a Kstlr Vaii mri 1 1 ft sts aks m m
BjBjp VITU VSIWa IS 1 SJ VVUPm V a W kg BJII Vlwt S hw
you have a friend who owns an automobile or hopes to own
one, or even wants to own one, give him this book. He will ap
From the time that a oertain quiet, middle-aged, domestlo man de
cides to buy an automobile from then on there Is one loud, long,
hearty laugh. The things that machine can do, from starting of f back
ward to securing a husband for the owner's pretty sister-in-law, are
almost unbelievable. This Is a book to have at hand when tbe chauf
feur, or some one else. Is lying on the road under one's own machine,
engaged In tinkering: or when one's machine Is temporarily at the re
pair shop, at so many dollars per day. This is a book that will take
the edge off suoh misfortunes.
AN OREGON STORY BY A PORTLAND AUTHOR
Frontispiece in color by HARRISON FISHER
Price $1.25 net Postpaid $07
Dee It In Our Wind ow ToJay
Unique! Different! Original! Pont Miss It!
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RELIABILITY I M
"51) X lie (Bill Co-
legalized where not legalized at tbe
time of the passage of the home rule
JudgeBurnett contends the home rule
bill of no effect because of the phrase
"subject. to local option law." He takes
the stand that the bill leaves condi
tions as In the first place. But Judge
Moore bases his ruling on the additional
clause "within Its limits" and holds this
to mean that the liquor traffic Is left
to the option of voters of municipalities
without outside Interference.
The clause of the home rule amend
ment reads: 1
"The legal voters of every city and
town are hereby granted power to en
act and amend their municipal charter.
subject to the constitution and criminal
laws of the state of Oregon, and the ex
clusive power to license, regulate, con
trol, or to suppress or prohibit the sale
of Intoxicating liquors therein is vested
in such municipality; but Such munic
ipality shall within Its limits be subject
to the provisions of the local option
law of the state of Oregon."
Other decisions today were:
State of Oregon vs. Pan Hearn, Jose
phine county, lower court's decision af
firmod. Defendant, was convicted for
violating the local option law and ap
pealed, alleging that Incorporated towns
and municipalities were exempt from
operation of the law.
John R. Harter vs. W. 6. Cone. Tilla
mook county, decision of lower court In
favor of defendant reversed and case
remanded. The suit Involved tax title
lands and was a suit for ejectment.
C. R. Templeton vs. Cecil B. Lloyd,
Multnomah county, motion to dismiss
denied and decision affirmed on merits.
This action Is one for foreclosure of
chattel mortgage on personal property.
John H. Liawrey vs. Charles H.
Hanna, appealed from Umatilla county.
Judgment In favor of plaintiff .reversed
and case dismissed. The suit contested
the purchase of government land and
the reversal was on grounds that the
state courts had no jurisdiction.
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Schloss Baltimore Clothes
(Continued From Page One.)
the west of Locksley hall was on fire
but was saved. So was the Dearborn cot
tage, across the street from Mrs. Car
lisle's two burned cottages. Much fur
niture was scattered about. The Oros
nlck cottage nearby- was saved. J. W.
and D. Carlisle are cousins of Mrs. L.
A. Carlisle and of one another.
Locks ley hall is one of the popular
summer hostelrles and has always en-
Joyed good patronage.. 'It is widely
known over the northwest. Besides its
60 rooms there were a large recreation
hall and a dining hall.
Ready for Irrigation.
(Special Dispatch to The Journal)
Lakeview. Or., June 3. Fifty men are
employed op h Pavis Creek orchards
dam which is nearly completed. The
company has 60 acres planted to trees
and about 200 acres in grain, with, an
additional 100 acres In alfalfa and tim
othy. There will be plenty of water for
irrigating purposes this year, the reser
voir having already been filled to, the
IS foot level and then released several
Off on. Long Hike.
New Terk, May 81. Henry, Mooner
started, today to walk to San Fran
cisco in 100 days, , .. x
is. .. j
I ( Wan I Hah
its it A ma I
adH sflfflU fffi
Are fully the
equal of the product
of the most
tailor in every
essential of quality, '
style and fit. But
their cost is
$15 to $40
Hah I Hah
Fourth and Alder Streets
Clothing Co. nmitr. Mang
Schloss Baltimore Clothes
Schloss Baltimore Clothes
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