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CURRENT B ENTS
OF THE WEEK
HOP YIELD TO BE SMALL.
Doings of the World at Largì
Told in Brief.
Oregon Raisers Will Get Enorniou)
Prices, Says Boyer.
Salem. "Hop fields in the valley
nt«’ full of missing lulls mid tlm crop
this yeni undoubtedly will be smaller
thun last year. With this in view and
the fact lliat in May contracts are !»«••
ing writtmi for 21 cents, all mdica
lions point to enormous prices for
Oregon," saidJmi.es R l.inn, a mem
ber of on«' of th,1 best known Imp firms
in the valley.
"I know |*.rs«inally fur instance, of
one man who has reset 5,900 hills up j
Practically a third of his
yard is ili'iid and he has always had a
full stand before.
Lust year th«> crop
was not up to th«> eon.suniptnin and I
this year il will be even smaller.
fact, flier«, ar«, mor«, lulls missing this .
year than for many years, p.’rhaps
than ever before. T he upland yards
are bad and yards that produced well
last year show lots of hills missing ”
Catlin A Linn have only 50 acres of
hops of their own and are heavy buy
ers, consequently this information is
consider«*! as having weight behind it
“The situation for the grower is
better than it has been for years," is
the way Linn summed up the situs
BERRY St ASON Al HAND.
Hood River Crop Estimateli at
Hood River Th«« world's stentimi t<>
the H« hh I River valley w.is first cnllrd
by th«' excellent strawberries it was
Cenerai Resume of Important Event
■ hipping. That was nearly 20 veins
Presented in Condensed Form
Shipments have gone ns far as
China mid England, ami have i. aclie.l
for Our Busy Readers.
those places in gmsl condition. The
first shipment consisted of but a few
crates, and was sent by the Davidson
Fruit company, of this city, now ship-
every preparation for a siege by reb
I s-is in carload lids.
For several years past shipments of
st raw berries from this city have to
An American aviator mad«, a riwni
taled from 75,<mo to loo.ooo crates
of 100 miles an hour at Rheinis.
each yeur, and aa high as seven and
eight curs have l»» en ■hipissl in a
single day. Shipments i from the val-
peace, but continues his preparations
Icy thia seusoti, it is expi-eti-d.
Madero Addressing the Troops; General Uro/.o at His Hight and Garibaldi at His Lett.
to carry the war to the Mexican cap
amount t<> nt lenst 75,<•••<>
which will be a lltti«. in excess of lust
FLIES IOO MILES PER HOUR.
Th«1 Milwauk«>e road will start two
new trains, th«' Olympian and Colum
Strawberries ruisi-d in th». United
bian. between Chicago and the Coast
American Aviator Breaks Record tor
States that come into c»»ni|M-tltioii With
th«*se shipments an* grown in Mis
Speed in Aeroplane.
souri, .Arkansas anil Colormlo.
A banker’s son. supposed to have
Rheinis Speed records. with and
ries grown elsewhere ar»* rithi’r mar-
committed suicide at Seattle, has
without a passenger, were twice beat
ki-tisl b«-forc th». II ihh I River berries
been found working on an Alaska
en here in remarkable monoplane,
ere ripe or after the Hood River ber
ries ur»1 off th», market.
flights. A s;>eed of more than 160
The Supreme court has set aside th«>
It is vxp<-c(»s! that shipmi-nts will
kilometers (99.5 miles) an hour was
jail sentences of Gompers, Mitchell
go forward this year ns early as Muy
attained in the first flight by the
and Morrison, labor leaders convicted
MARBLE CAVE DISCOVERED.
20, utul in view of th«* fuel (hat the
American aviator, Henry E. Weyman.
of contempt of court.
heavy frosts in th«« Mnl<ll»’ West have
He started from Mournmelon with Many Federal Soldiers. After Sur- Prospectors on Upper Deer Creek cut »town th«, berry crop for this y**ur,
A captive balloon at Stockton. Cal.
it is cxis'ct«' I they will tiring u very
broke loose and ran amuck with four
Count Robillard as a passenger. A
Find Winding Caverni.
render. Enlist in Rebel Army
high pric»-. Th», strawberry situation
people in the basket, but all ^escaped
strong wind, almost amounting to a
Plundering Follows Fight.
Grunts Pass C. W. Walton,
in the I* ant |s»itits to .i heavy crop, but
with considerable bumping
and pros|s*ctor n«‘«r I >rydcn, i
gale, causes! the machine to plunge in
this does not uffect th«, twrries grown
<’. Perkins, ex-«*ounty surveyor,
Julius Kruttschnitt, vice president 1
a terrifying manner with wild sweeps,
III this section.
diseuv«T«si u marblt* cave on
of the Harriman lines, says he wants 1
the height constantly varying from 30
Th«* strawberry fields in II. hh I River
Ciudad Juarez. May 11. This little
D«.«»r creek 25 niil«*s south of this have never b«-«-n m better condition
to spend his declining years on an ap
to 300 feet.
bullet-riddled city tonight is
ple orchard of his own in the Rogue
of the fu- than this yeur; vines and plants arc hi
Later Lieutenant Fequant, in a new
visional capital of Moxie, ’o and Fran- mous Josephin«. county »’ave M.
River valley of Oregon.
monoplane. Lieutenant Biey acting as
n very high slut«* of vitality. Grow
Mr. Perkins and hia
Ins companion «■rs ur«’ now busy cleaning their fields
observation officer, made a flight over cisco 1. Madero, Jr., provisional pre-i-
Striking furniture makers' at Grand , Judges of One Opinion
locati’ s« vend und getting r« a«ly for picking.
the same course under same condi dent, and his stalf have taken com- wert* pros;>ecting to locate
Rapids. Mich., beat the police in a
ment’s Attack on Giant Monopoly
claims for a Portland firm, when they
I her«’ is l»ut on«’ problem ciinio'CtisI
fight with stones, clubs and revolvers,
píete possession, after winning the
Upheld On Every Point.
, accidentally discovered an opening to I with strawberry growing in II < X M |
ruption and the distance w as complet
but were subdued by a fire company
bloíxücst battle of the Mexican revo large and unexplored regions of th
ed in 10 minutes and 20 seconds, a
' i River that sometimes becomes si'rtous
turning streams of water on them
| earth beneath their excavations. Lit
speed of 162 kilometers (100.7 miles) lution.
; from u grower's stund|s>int, mid that
Pacific Coast investors were bilkeii
In a corner nx»m of the barracks,
is the securing of comiietcnt and sufli
Washington. May 16.—The Stand maintained.
of $1.782,514 by the United Wireless
| cient help to pick und pack the crop,
which for two days he held against
ard Oil company of New Jersey and
I I he opening to the new caves is no
PHONE RATÉS HIT.
the terrific tire of the rebels, sits Gen i large, but inside arc deep marble re in view of th«* fact that the bcrrii-s
its subsidiary corporations were de-
are very |M*rishable und must I»«,
A "progressive” movement has dared by the Supreme court of the
eral Juan J. Navarro, the Federal , cesses.
pickisi from th«’ vines, pack«*! and
been started by 28 Republican sena
Companies Cannot Charge Different commander, a captive, having sur
One cave is 4o feet high, and sev marketed euch day.
United States to be a conspiracy and
tors of Illinois.
Rates tor Same Service.
rendered with almost his entire gar ••ral tunnels enter from different di
combirataoa in restraint of traae
It will nqilire i* large number of
Madero has organized a provisional
It was otherwise held to be mon
Washington. D. C. —A policy pur rison of several hundred men, after a rectums. A party is soon to be formed pis.pl«’ to harvest this year's crop, und
government and is preparing to march opolizing interstate commerce in viola sued generally by telephone companies
i unless regiments of pickers mid puck
heavy loss in killed and wound«*!. terior will be inspected.
on the capital of Mexico.
received a blow when the Interstate
tion of the Sherman anti-trust law.
«■rs com«* into th«- H«xsl River valley
In the underground passages the | from outside si-ctions, the growers
The dissolution of the combination Commerce commission, in a decision His sallow face is sunken, his head is
United States allow food supplies
bowed and he does not talk, for the bit luiriri of bear and elk were found. An will lie unable to co|>e with the situa
and merchandise to cross the Mexican was ordered to take place within six made public today held that “as be-
ivory spi-arhead five inches long, and a turn. The Indiana from nearby reser-
ter sting of defeat has disheartened
border freely, but no munitions of war.
i flint arrowhead were also found.
Thus ended the tremendous struggle vice who are similarly situated, noth him.
I vations constitute a large |>orcentagc
i on the part of the government to put ing but a difference in the service
I of thus«* who come to ll.s.d River t»>
In contrast, in another part of the
I pick berries, anil are among th«' best
TARANTULA IS PRITONER.
down, by authority of law. a combin rendered or the facilities furnish««!
little town is F. 1. Madero, Jr., the
Wheat—Track prices: Rluestem,
conqueror, surrounded by members of Grocer Confines Specimen R«*ceived
Heavy losses have l>«..-n cX|M'riencc«l
93?;94; club, 86c; red Russian, 85c; the industrial and economic advance exacted. ”
I as a result of shortagt* of help.
ment of the entire country.
The decision was in the case of Wil his family and his staff of officers,
In Bunch ot Bananas.
valley, 87c; 40-fold, <br v r
At the same time the court inter liam D. Shoemaker, of Drummond, joy»ua. exultant and !lush<*l with vic }
! present indications tlu re is a profiul.il-
Barley—Choice feed. $2>'O 28.50.
Portland A. L. Boscamp, an East
Millstuffs — Bran. $24.50r«;.25 per preted the Sherman anti-trust law so Md., against the Chesapeake & Poto tory, yet ready to make peace, they j Siile grocer, had a thrilling «’X|M-ricnce , ity that h« lp will In- scarce this year,
mid growers arc eag«-r mid anxious to
with the Mexican government if
ton; middlings. $31: shorts. $25.50«;
"undue” restraint of trade and not ephone case considered by the commis- it w ill deal frankly and sinc«.rely I last week with a monster tarantula, correx|sind with parties who arc will
26; rolled barley, $29.50?; 30.50.
| sion since congress placed telephone with th«1 revolutionists and “without and narrowly «’scaped being bitten. ing to take up the Work this seuson.
Corn—Whole, $29; cracked. $30 ton. “every” restraint of trade.
companies under the commission’s such vague promises" as President: Whil«’ hanging up n large bunch of This year's crop should net the grow
Oats—No. 1 white. $29.50 per ton.
Panama bananas Mr. Boscamp saw ers approximately $150.mm.
Diaz' manifesto contains.
the tarantula. Dropping th«* bananiis,
All danger from frosts is now past
In hotel lobbies, store fronts anil
No. 1. $21.50?; 22.50; light mixed.
he got a fruit jar and la-gan the light and a large crop is ussuted.
$19«/20; heavy mixed, $17.50«; 18.50; holding that cases already decided by dence telephone contract presentisi be- hallways, the improvised hospitals of to imprison the visitor.
alfalfa. $14«; 15; clover.
$12.50«; the court had determin«*!—once for all 1 cause the charge demand«*«! th«- reg the battlefield, are scores of Wounded,
The tarantula in th«’ meantim«* had
—that the word “undue” or "unrea ular Washington rate was mat. rially attended by a host of physieans and
•CANADA NOT SO GOOD."
13.50; grain hay. $13.5o«.tl4.50.
I ih . s » n»’d himself from among the ba
nurses from El Paso, who have volun
Fresh Fruit Strawberries, Florin.
lianas, and when the grocer trie<l to Ex-Ori-goniao Io* Second Time Takes
He declared that the by 27 neighbors in Drummond who teered medical relief.
The floors of
$2«;2.50 per crate; gooseberries. 12Jc the statute.
place th»1 jar over him lie made several
Out Naturalisation Papers.
$2«; 2.50; reas ning of the court in arriving at i had contractod with the company when the Porfirio Diaz hotel,
jumps toward his woul<l-b<. captor,
III«’ much heralded t'enadiiin
choice. $l«;1.50; common, 75cm $1
one«- marly biting .Mr. Boscamp on
which belong«*! in every instance to change at Drummond.
bom. -tend have no attraction for W.
ered with blood and gore-soaked cloth
til», hand. After several minute- the
.1. McGilIvray. of Bend, who la .f week
Vegetables—Asparagus, $1 per box; amgress and not to the courts.
tarantula v. • |.| »■ .-«I in tla- jar and i
Ever since the d« cr«x? in this case in
Navy Tries Gyroscopes.
"The fortunes of war," mumbled an
at a - s-mn of the Circuit court held
$1?; 1.50 per dozen; lettuce, 50c dozen;
I at I’rincvill»., for the second time in
New York The Navy department is insurrecto soldier in Spanish tonight,
hothouse lettuce, $1.5o 2 per box; the lower court, the United States
an uncommonly large -pi-cimen, coi I his life seeur«*l naturalization pujwrs.
radishes. 15c dozen; rhubarb, 2?; 24c Circuit court for the east«-m district installing on one of the fleet, t vessels as he stood with tears in his eyes over • ring th«- bottom of th», jar.
I h< duplication of the expi rienei* of
per pound; carrots, $1.25?; 1.50 per of Mi ssouri, was announced, hope has of the eighth division one of Elmer A. the Isxly of a dead Federal soldier nanas ha«l been handled -<-v» ral tini» I
>’ the "business Sperry's gyroscope compasses for the whom he had known for years.
! becoming an uphohicr of linci«. Sam’s
sack; parsnips, $1.25?; 1.50; turnips, been
worf •Id” that the law would be modified , purtxise
of ' giving the invention an t x-
The dead are being buried tonight.
I eonstitution was ne. ,’ ary in Mr. Me
$1.25«; 1.50; beets, $1.50.
Gillvtay <a e be.au e a number of
Potatoes — Oregon ar.d Eastern, so as not to interfere with what was haustive trial. The department also The Fed.-ral dead arc said to number
I years ago fie left tile l liited States,
designated as "honest business.” To- is preparing to install on one of the •rn-arly 50, while the rebel dead number
$2.50 per hundred; new potatoes,
Stone Bowl Unearthed,
night that section of the opinion call- torpedo boat destroyers
I going from South Dakota to Alberta,
_ s one of the alsiut 15. with a total wounded of 150.
While grubbing out H
w h«*r«* h«’ found it tmeessary to -wear
heavy gyroscopes for the pur- The total number lost probably never stump on his ranch Miuth of her«, si
Onions — Australian, $3.75«;4 per ing for the use of the rule of reason in I Sperry
, Se : of testing the ability of the in will be known, as deserters were «■ral days ago, W. W. Com.-r un allegiance to th«, crown before he
$2«; 2.25 per applying the law is regarded in many po
quarters as an answer to the prayers vention to keep the Ixiat <>n an even many and the dead have been buried
could take up a home ,lead.
«•.’irtli. d a heavy ston«1 l.owl, such m
Ih». States ar«* go.nl «mough for
keel. The gyroscopic compass weighs quickly. The Associated Press cor- was us<’<! bj’ the ln<liuris for grimlmg
Poultry Hens, 18c; broilers, 20c; of the "business world.”
The defendants named besides the only a few pounds.
The gyroscope respondent counted seven dead Feder grain and roots. Th«, old vessel was me," said th«, ex-<'nnndian
turkeys, 20c; ducks, 22'«; 27c; geese,
nominal; dressed turkeys, choice, 25c. Standard Oil and its subsidiary cor that is exjwcted to keep ve*->■)-. stable áis in the barracks late this afternoon. burieil several feet d«*ep, at th«’ foul deader, after h«- had been naturalized
Eggs— Oregon ranch, candled, 2o porations are: John D. Rockefeller, on th«- high seasfweighs' several tons. Among the dead were Colonel Tam- j of th«* stump. The Imwl is about 30 for th«1 ecom! time, "and ( 'entrai Ore
William Rockefeller, Henry M. Flag
gon has just a good lands a . any
Isirel and Captain Saehudo, the former
Co 21c per dozen; case count, 194c.
, inch«* in diameter mid 10 inches high,
the mar. who recently taunted the reb
found in all Western Canada.
Butter—City creamery extra, 1 and ler, John D. Archbold, Oliver H.
Federal» Quit Hermosillo.
2-pound prints, in boxes, 24c per Payne, Henry H. Rogers, and Charles
' carved, or ground, out of hard blue bet I wouldn t give my papers for all
Hermosillo, Mex., May Hi. Her els as cowards.
The actual surrender of the town by
th«- homi’steads in th»- Dominion.”
pound; les than box lots, cartons and M. Pratt.
mosillo, the capital of the state of So
flint. Old .«’tilers say they have seen
nora, was evacuated today by the fed General Navarro took place at about 1 similar vessels in use among the In
Fourth for Pleasure Only.
Pork- - Fancy, 94?) 10c per pour.d.
Massacare Menaces Jews.
eral troops. The rebels advancing on o'clock, General Navarro giving his dians, who us«‘*l tlu oi as mortars in
This place will hav«» a
Veal - Fancy, 9 Vo 10c per pound.
Kiev. Russia. May 15. Rumors of Hermosillo evidently were not expect
In spite of the hardness of
Hops — 1910 crop, nominal; 1909 a threatened massacre of Jews are be ing the federal evacuation, and Gover surrecto army, after the rebel» had the material th*’ old v«’ssel is remark Fourth of July celebration and most of
the program will b«. given nt Round
crop, 15c; 1911 contracts, 29’«;20fc.
ing circulated here.
It is reported nor Torres and his troops reached f'or- completely surrounded the barracks ably symmetrical.
up Park, It will not be n rnercena ry
Wool- Eastern Oregon, nominal, 10 that the Jews have divided the city ra). beyond the scene of rebel activity and threatened to annihilate the gar
affair, but will b>> intended for com-
dimmed as he
('i 14c per pound; valley, 12«; 15c; mo into districts for organized self de in this vicinity without having been risen within. His eyes
Pendleton Alfalfa High.
fort imd the entertainment of peopl e.
hair, choice, 374c.
fense. The government issued a pro attacked. The evacuation of Hermo surrendered, but ' Colonel Garibaldi,
Pendleton Alfalfa sterns measuring es|H'«'ia|ly of those who come to (he
Hides Salted hides, 74c per pound; clamation saying that it would
op sillo leaves a federal garrison ma
three feet four incehs high were taken city from over the county.
the brave tight
salted calf, 13c; salted kip, 7jc; salt press any disorder with a firm hand. rooned in Nogales and hojxdexsly cut sincere ailrniration for
May 9 from the 10-aere field of M. C. th«- unanimous di i ision at a meeting
ed stags, 54c; green hides, lc loss; Today's papers report that an agita off. This is now the only federal
Barragar, near town.
The laud on of the Commercial club recently. The
him every courtesy.
dry hides, 17c; dry calf, 17«; 18c; dry tion for a massacre of Jews is percept- force in al) Sonora.
which this was grown was covered committee that canvassed the senti
stags, 11«; 12c.
ible at Kiev, where many Jewa are re-
with sage brush three years ago. Two ment of (tie business men was hentled
Cattle — Prime grain-fed steers, p«>rted to be “«.-Hing their property and
Nicaraguan President Flies.
Coal Issue Stirs City.
years ago it was seeded and now it is by Mayor E. J. Murphy, mid it was
$6.75^17.25; prime hay-fed steers, disposing of their belonging- and pre
Seattle, Wash. To arouse the coun
Colon, May 11. Definite informa conceded to lie one of the best fields of favorable to a c.-lebriition elsewhere
$6.85«; 7; choice steers, $6.50«;
6.85 ; paring for flight.
try to the importance of immediate tion reached here today that Juan alfalfa in the country. As a rule the than on th«’ streets.
good. $6«;6.50; fair $5.75«;6; com-
settlement of the Alaska coal land Estrada, president of Nicaragua, has growth of alfalfa has not been as rank
mon $5.50?; 5.75; prime cows, $5.50
Man Who Sold Self, Dies.
question, it was votivi by the joint resigned the presidency, and rumors this year as last.
This is due to the
Forest Grove Will Pave.
«;6.25; good, $5«; 5.25; ; fair, $4.75
Chicago Charles Kittrick, who sold Alaskan committees representing the say he is a fugitive, vainly seeking unseasonably cold weather ex¡terienced
Forest («rove I h«’city council has
?;5; poor, $4.50?; 4.75; choice heif- his "body and soul” to seven nurses Seattle Commercial club, the Arctic escape from his own country,
advertised for bids for paving 18
ers, $5.50«;5.75; choice bulls, $4.75 at the National Maternity hospital,
Sane Fourth for Pendleton? Never.
club, the Rotary dub, the Chamber of clamation announcing the government-
blocks in Forest Grove with bitulithic
0;5; good, $4.25«; 4.75, choice light died there last night.
Kittrick was Commerce and the Washington chap- al change was issued at Granada, the
Pendleton Pendleton will celebrate pavement. Th«' bids are to tie sealed
calves. $7.50«;8; good, $7.5(X<; 7.75; suffering from a peculiar form of lo
ter of the American Mining congress capital of the department of Granada, the Fourth of July this year. This and will be open«*! May 24. The con
fair, $7«;7.75; choice heavy
calves, comotor ataxia, and by the terms of to appoint a committee to arrange for Vice President Diaz was designated
was the announcement made by the tractor must begin Svork within ten
$5.50«; 6; good,
choice the bill of sale of his body, the corpse a moster mass meeting to be held
in by Estrada as his successor. The res special committee from the Commer «lays after th« contract is signed, and
i^ags, $5.25«; 6.25; good, $4?; 4.50.
will be user! for clinical study.
Kit Seattle at an early date.
ignation came as the result of a clash cial association appointed to canvass th«’contract will stipulate . that the
Hogs — Choice, $7<«;. 7.10; good, trick sold himself for $7 and used the
with General Luis Mena, minister of the merchants and learn their wishes work must !><■ finished within 121) «lavs.
$6.50«; 7; choice heavy,
$6.50?; 7; money to pay the last bill he owed
Zelaya's Friend is Dead.
war in his cabinet.
in the matter. It will not be a "sane The 18 blocks to be paved include th«,
$5?; 6; his room rent. * Ri-cord of
the al. was
Mex co City
Dr. .Jo «■ Mad; z. who
Fur from it. The cagli1 principal business district of the town
stock, $7.50«; 7.75.
filed with the county recorder.
Death Wins Over Union.
was placed in the presidential chair
will not only be permitted hut will be anil several residence streets.
Sheep—Grain-fed wethers, heavy,
of Nicaragua by Jose Santos Zelaya,
Driven to despair encouraged to scream loud, long and
$4.50«; 5; choice yearlings wethers,
Train Left to Save Home.
Cove Orchard Lands Soli.
when he was forced to flee, died here over the efforts of fellow workmen to often.
$5«; 5.50; old wethers
Mo. . —
- Leaving his en of Bright’s disease. Dr. Madriz came force him to join a union, Ernest Heb-
La Grande Unusual development of
$4 .50; good to choice shorn wethers, gine on an eastbound Wabash passen
Florence Site Taken.
to Mexico City when he was forced to ling, an employe of th«’ Baldwin Ixico-
orchard lands about Cove, just across
$4.25«; 4.50; choice ewes, grain-fed, ger train, Charles Miller, an engineer,
leave his country by Estrada.
motive works, shot ami killed himself.
of the th«. Grand
Ron«le vall«.y from La
$4.50«; 4.75; fair.
good led a party of 50 passengers to the
In a letter to hiH wife h«- said:
“I Klock Produce company, of Portland, Grande, marks the beginning of the
shorn ewes, $5.50«;5.75; choice Wf>ol burning home of Miss Saisy Whit-
Forests Burn in East.
can n«i longer endure the efforts of my have been in this vicinity for the last active preparations for the 1911 fruit
lambs, grain-fed, $5.50«;5.75; good, tacker, near the track West of here,
Ridgeway, I’a. Forest fires in Ly- fellow workmen to force me into join few days negotiating with dairymen season. Many deals are being made
lambs, and extinguished the flames, probably
Cameron, Elk and Mc- ing the union. I do not believe in un for the purchase of their cream, and weekly; new men are coming in to
....... coming. _________
$5.25«; 5.40; good, $5«; saving the lives of Miss Whittacker | Kean counties are burning fiercely,
ionism, and they are making my life say they will open a creamery here buy fruit land, and fruit trees of all
5.25; fair to good lambs, grain-fed, and her aged mother, who were asleep Already the damage is estimated at
so miserable that I cannot bear it any soon. The dairy industry is building descriptions are being plant«*! with
$4.750^5.25; culls, $2.5(Kq3.50.
on the second floor of the house.
( over $1,000,000.
j longer. So good-bye. ”
up this section of the country rapidly. much haste.
IS HARD HIT
Supreme Court Declares Big
Trust Is Unlawful.
Orozco Demands Execution ol
Captured Federal General.