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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (July 28, 1911)
OF THE WEEK
Doings of the World at Large
Told in Brief.
General Resume of Important Events
Presented in Condensed Form
for Our Busy Readers.
Chicago observers report tour com
ets hovering near the sun.
A hurricane at Medford. Or., de
stroyed fruit and did much damage
Total gross earnings of railroads
show an increase over the corre
sponding week of laot year.
Henry Dalton, assessor of Oakland.
Cal., was sentenced to eight years'
Imprisonment for bribe-taking.
A fast passenger launch plying on
Tillamook bay was destroyed by an
explosion and tire about her engine.
Monday. July 24. was the hottest
day recordetl in Portland for four
years, the temperature making 99.3.
Ex-President Castro, of Venezuela,
is searching for a friendly spot on
which to land in his native country
Premier Asquith was hooted per-
sistently for three-quarters of au
houh in the British house of com-
SCENES IN ITALIAN DISTRICTS WHENCE CHOLERA CASES ARE
SENT TO UNITED STATES.
Wind Spreads Flames Near Estacada,
burning In the East Creek district,
five miles southeast of here, for set
eral days, is spreading rapidly and
villages near the burned area and
farm homes are endangered,
flames, fanned by a high wind, have
gone beyond control of the men light
ing the blaxe and 200 men left Es
tacada to aid in checking the fire.
The Superintendent of the FMiestry
Service recruited 100 men In Port-
land and they were brought to this
city on the IVrlland Railway, Light
A Power Company line.
Ranger fqr this district, took charg«
of the men upon their arrival and
in a short time pack horses and
wagons, laden with bedding and
food. were supplied the men and
the small army started for the tire,
prepared to remain until they have
tt under control.
A similar expedition tinder the di
rectlon of E. E. Blockley. construc
tion engineer for the Portland Light
dt Power Company, started from
construction camp, situated on
Clackamas river above Cazadero,
will work In conjunction with
men sent out under Mendenhall.
Thus far the Ibsa has been i
fined to the wooded districts, but
unless the force of men sent out is
able to cheek its progress the
will soon reach the villages
valuable farm pnqiertieti iq the
The area burned over thus
far covers almost an entire town
INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AND
PROGRESS OF OUR HOME STATE
GINSENG RETURNS BIG.
ELKS WILL HAVE BIG DAY
Ar» Principal Attraction for
That $33.000 an acre enti
bo realised from ginseng In the
Rogue River Valley 1« the stuti'iiieiil
of E F. Grnhur
hll» been expe
i hi a homestead
plant for years
of 160 ucres Mr Giubilili begun Ills
expel ItllelltH allil he now has oil'*
eighth of an ucr producing Ilie vsl
Thrvo > eur old glllgselig roots have
a market value of from $'> to $x a
IMiund and foots frolli X to 12 yratu
old will Het 11« high ns $20
After three years of work i
to one eight of no ucre of
Mr Graham has received 1
the product of hl» arsa
of starting In the hnsine»»
great mil It Is for this reu
no more laud was set nut.
e ginseng root Is mi
III China, where the I
roots are used by the
every conceivable dome
Specimens of peeulli
demand, nliimst. their weight
becniiee of their suppose occult |»>w
ll\ replanting the roots freaks
Government investigation of the
plant discloses the fact that there Is
no specie« of Insect nor utiy fungus
growth that bothers the plant, bill
there 1» a law to the effect that the
plant« tiiiiHt be Inaiiected each year
by a Government Inspector
»or P .1. Ogara. «'x Government path
ologlst mid now employed by the
who Im» Ju»! retuilicit from ln»pc< t
Ing Mr Graham's place, fa Inclined
to believe that till» valley 1« om-
id the f«-w plac<a In tip- world where
gingseng limy be ».irre .»fully raised
at Astoria Celebration.
Astoria Astoria lodge of Elks baa
issuixl a special invitation to the
grand lodgo of Elk» to attend th« clam
bake which they are to give aa a feat
urc of the Astoria Centennial I’ngeunt
>m August 11, 12 und 13 next.
Judd, who is also chairman of th«< Re
gatta committee of the eentuiinial, ex
tended the invitation to the /numbers
of the Grund l.o<lge of Elks when they
were in »«»»ion at Atlantic City, just
lifter thqy voted to hold the next con-
vention at Portland.
According to the plana of the riunì
bake committee, Friday and Saturday.
Aug. 11 and 12. will be devoted to at
tendance ut the Centennial festivities.
Friday there will be u concert by
Ellery's band at the stadium, Indian
war dunces al the studium und a Bliec-
tuculur sham battle on Coxcomb bill.
1 Saturday, August 12, there will be
a program com|»i»cd of the Elks par
ade and Elks ceremonies at Centen
nial grounds, u grand military parade
of U. S. infantry, artillery and Ore
gon Natlonul Guard, and maneuvers
und reunion at <'enlemiial grounds, fol
lowed at night by llitt'a pyrotechnical
production on the water front, deatruc
lion of the »hip "Tonquin," and cham
pionship wrestling mutches and box
ing exhibitions in th« auditorium.
Reduce«! rates are in effect for all
these days und the Astoria Elka are
lisiking for a 3(1.000 crowd for their
Striking miners at Glendale. Penn-
WIRE TRUST MEN FINED.
Sylvania, started a riot, in which
five officers and many miners were
Forty Defendants Change Pleas
COVE CHERRY CROWNED.
An Atlantic liner sailing for New-
York left 700 passenger* at Naples.
Union County Show is Attended By
Italy, on account of the cholera scare
cently indicted in the Government's
in New York.
Two yachts were wrecked and one prosecution of the alleged wire trust
I.a Grande Cove cherries that have
is missing on Lake Michigan as the withdrew their pleas of not guilty
thrice carried away gold medals at
result, of a sudden gale while the [ and entered pleas of “nolo conten
DALLAS IS PRUNE CENTER
world's fairs, at St. I«>uis, Portland
boats were racing.
and Seattle, came into their own once
Many forest fires are burning in
United States District Attorney
Francisco Company Likely to more when 3,DIM) |>eople from Union,
various parts of the Northwest, and Wise opposed the acceptance of euch
nn<l a few from Baker and Wallowa
Build Packing Plant There.
doing much damage to timber and
counties, were guest» at the first an
crope in adjoining fields.
The Armsby Packing Coin
' proceeding in the United States
nual cherry show at Cove.
Men and teams for harvesting in
Baseball games, recitations, sing
cuit Court, accepted it.
Inspecting s*'V«*ral Willamette Vai ing, original poem* by the poet laure
Central Washington are exceedingly
When the pleas of the men
cities with a view lo locating ate of Grand Ronile valley, M. I..
been recorded and it came to pass
packing plant In one of Carter, a fiddling contest in which a
Owing to drouth, there is a shortage ing sentence. District Attorney Wise
hoary-headed pioneer of Union county
of 1.000,000 pounds in the honey crop urged that there were nine distinct 1 Hi it I
iu:i:r or mhi :« i iiriovv, sriCKxr s< i : m . them, where It can get prune» In won with the "Arkansaw Traveler,’*
violations charged against all of the
representing th« company, aulii that were some of the features of the day.
defendants and that, in his opinion,
Italian filth Is responsible for the «••«•■ of cholera recently developed
Two tons of cherries were distrib
th«* company favored Hullas.
A girl 11 years old spoke Esperanto instead of the imposition of a fine
fluently at the convention of Esperan of $1000 anaist each of the defend- urea to he taken. The cholera case» were brought to New York from Naples or that a plant would without doubt l><- ute to the guests and cherry pica
ulilian were on sale at very low prices. All
ants, the fines might be $1000 apiece developed from contagion brought from that • Ity. Neapolitans are notorious B n .it«-ii
tists in Portland.
ly filthy, and-lt Is In th« dirt of their cltv that cholera Is Pre,I for < »port,
Brown, a plomser of this county and this led up to the cherry show proper,
for each of the violations
The house of lords passed the veto
Judge Archbold replied that he Other cities« around Naples are equally filthy, and even In the north, where I city, ami probably the wealthiest when cherries were shown to more
greater cleanliness prevails there are many dirty streets In the smaller towns,
bill with but brief debate and practi could not bring himself to see it
man in thl» county, before hl* death (Hsiple than Cove has ever seen. In
and sanitary regulations are closely observed only In the «rent cities,
, deeded u tract of land In trust tn
cally no opposition.
that way and in the cases of the photographs show how life goes ou In dirty Naples and In the «mailer suburbs
th«* first packing ami canning plant an address at the cherry show, the
rubber-covered wire association mem
Schwarzchild & Sulzberger will bers he imposed a fine of $1000 for of Rome.
The Armeliy Compunj speukvr of the house, Jerry P Rusk,,
erect a $600.000 packing plant on the the first violation and $100 for each
I* favorably Impressed with thl* of Ln Grande, advocated the recall of
peninsula near Portland.
of the other violations.
The Dulin* Commercial Club judges. Hr was the orator of the day.
The cases of the other defendants
The show was arranged and man-
Italian Sailors Spread Infection in Real Daughter of Revolution Lives hn* offered to tap the land with a
sewer at Its own expenae. und pin«-«' uged by men who represent the larg
who had changed their pleas were
taken up and other fines of $1000
in Squalid Cabin.
It In readiness for the bulhllng of est cherry growers and w as backed by
Boston.—Asiatic cholera has reach
Wheat — Track prices:
Bluestem, were imposed
the surrounding orchardista, who made
ed Boston and caiise/l one death, ac
Atlanta I. Ga.—Mrs. Mary Trawick
Judge Archbold explained that he
Dallas Is the prune center of Ore
93c; club, 81c; Russian, 80c; valley,
cording to a statement given out by Procter. Ill years old. a real daugh
great success of the initial exhibition.
had imposed these light sentences
81c; 40-fold, 81c.
of the Boston ter
on the distinct understanding that
of the American Revolution, has other city in th«- state, unless It l><-
FIRE DANGER GROWS.
Millstuffs — Bran, $24.506/25 per all efforts to control the caitput would Board of Health
Just been discovered in an humble Portland. Not only <loes lhillas ship'
ton; middlings, $31; shorts, $25.5061 be abandoned.
assino Mastrodenico. who died at old ca bln In Barlow county. Georgia
26; rolled barley, $296/30.
the detention hospital
Gallups H«r only companions are her daugh but apples, («each«», pears, grape», Dry Weather 1» Menace to Forests,
Corn — Whole, $31.50; cracked,
ACCIDENT BRING $92.747.65.
cherries, straw lierrl« » and all other
Island. Thursday, Mrs. Mastrodenico
$32.50 per ton.
took into her home as lodgers a ter, Mies Mary Proctor. 90 years old. kinds of fruits raised In the valley
With the summer season
Barley—Choice feed, $25.506/26.
Man Has Check for Fortune From few weeks ago two sailors who were and two great grandchildren, de-
sands of acres have been set out In well advanced, only two forest fires,
Oats—No. 1 white, $266/ 27 ton.
apples, ami these orchards will be] Isith of minor consequence, have oc
Hay—Timothy, new, $166/19; al
supposed to have sailed from an
Mrs Proctor was born In Wake
bearing In a year or so.
San Francisco—It is only a small Italian
curred in Oregon this season. One of
falfa. new, $11; clover, new, $8.5064
subs«*- county. N.
these fires was in Wasco county and
piece of paper, but excessive care quently were taken III and disap-
9; grain hay, new, $10.
HOOD RIVER LAND LEASED
Efforts are being made to 19 year» old, she was married to
the other in Washington county, but
Poultry — Hens, 146zl5e; springs. is being taken that it does not get peared.
Hiram Proctor, a veteran of the Rev-
in both instances firefighters connect
196/ 20c; ducks, young, 14c; geese, lost, etraved. put in the fire or blown find them.
The children of Mrs Mastrodenico
dressed, into the bay. It 1» worth $92,747.65. are under observation at the quaran olutlon and th l War of 1813. She C. L. Rogers Gets 350 Acres Adapted ed with the forest service were
has lived undt r the administration«
promptly di»patch<-d, with the result
for Fruit Growing.
It comes from the coffers of the tine station, and the board has be of 26
Presld< nts. Including John
that Isith fires were under control be
Egg's—Fresh Oregon ranch, candled, Southern Pacific Company to pay for gun examining the many persons Adams ami Wl
lliam H. Taft.
fore extensive damage resulted.
who may have come In contact with
On a beddin ; of straw, constltut-
two arms and a leg. By the slip of
“Prior to the rains early in July
the woman. Her house. In the con- Ing a mattrer s s«i thin that the I.umber Company, which operates a
Butter — City creamery, extra, 1
and 2-pound prints, in boxes, 26c; paper. Issued by the railroad com gested Italian district, will be thor rough plarik slats can be seen. this large mill at Dee, has Just lensed there were several small
pany. th« injur«d man. Willard R
less than box lots, cartons and deliv Zibbell. of Fresno, is placed beyond oughly fumigated and all precautions daughter of the revolution Iles, h> r to <’ I,. Rogers, of this county for fires,” said C. S. Chapman, of the
a number of years, 35(i acres of
taken to protect the 25 families, in
the reach of want for the balance eluding half a hundred children, who form emaciated, »kin wrinkled, and logged-off land under th«< ditch of Oregon Forest Fire association, “but
almost a skeleton
Her aged daugh
they did little damage.
In the (oast
of his life and Is compensated. In live in the building.
Irrigation Ar Power Com sections the timber is still pretty
ter ministers to the wants and ne the Dee
the opinion of the court, for the suf
The delay In determining definitely cessities of the household, and tills patty, This tract is the Inst of th«*
damp as a result of those showers."
Fresh fruits—Cherries, 36/13c per fering and loss of earning capacity that the woman died from cholera
the «oil In a small cotton and garden lands 1 of the lumber company,
“However, the forests arc drying
pound; apricots, $1.25 per crate; can brought about through a railroad ac was du« to difficulty In r«'covering
The meager profits
taloupes, $3.256/4 per crate; peaches, cident.
the germs of the disease from th« derived from this labor she adds to between the Eliot und West FAirks of out thoroughly and in another ten
The company's first offer to the cultures, the diagnosis being made
75c6/$1.10 per crate; watermelons,
the $12 a month which Mrs Proctor the Hisel river nt ¡in elevation of days there will be constant danger of
injured man was $500. The suit was
26/2Jcper pound; plum9, $1.50 per contested over the original judgment. possible only yesterday by the re receives for the services of her hus 1200 feet und about two mil«*» almv«* fires. ”
crate; prunes, $1.506/1.75 per box; The jury at Fr«sno which tried the celpts from Washington of a supply band rendered In the War of 1812. Dee. 1» particularly adapt«*«! to up
1 of anti-cholera serum with which A movement han been started In pies. pears, ami st rnwlieriles.
BANDON TO HAVE BIG FAIR.
$1.756//2; raspberries, case at first placed th« amount at
t«ets were made, Mrs. Mastrodenico
$1.656/ $100.000. but fearing this would be slept with a girl before the dlscov- Atlanta to raise fund» sufficient t<>
Japanese Trie« Silk Culture.
held excessive by th« higher courts. ery of her disease. The girl Is de provide for the two old women the
Business Men «nd Ranchers Raise
rest of their lives
That silk worm culture
Vegetables — Beans, 56/10c; cab Zibbell himself consented to a re- tained and will be closely watched.
Money for August Carnival.
bages, $1.506/2 per hundredweight; duction to $70.000. The amount thus
A thorough examination of all th«
Bandon will have a big
com, 306/ 40c per dozen; cucumbers, represents $70,000 dames and 22.- tenants of th« building where Mrs
Middle West Is Soaked.
Mrs M. Iwitkoshi. it Japanese living carnival and agricultural fair in Au
745.65 Interest and costs
$16/1.25 per box; eggplant, 15c per
Kan. Topeka and
this at Pleasant, Home, on the Mount gust.
The dates have not yet been
Dr. John Long and Dr. Allan Mc
pound; garlic, 106/12c; lettuce, 306/
ll'»>d automobile road, who lm|iortei| definitely dccidisl upon, but will prob
Oriental Games Stopped.
35c per dozen;
ullk worms last Spring from Japan
Honolulu.— Because of rioting at here two days ago, when the pres heavl« st rain recorded here In 1 wo to BMiertaln If they could be raised ably be August 21. 25 and 26. More
$1.256/1.75 box ; peas, 46/5c pound;
baseball games the police de- ence of cholera was suet pec 1««1.
Shi- has produced than $1.000 has already been subscrib
years, the rainfall measuring 2 83 In this country.
peppers, 12)6/15c pound; I radishes,
In addition, four Inspectors of th«
Many other |»dnts In the several hundreds of cocisma from ed by business men and ranchers of
12Jc per dozen;
rhubarb, 2j6/3c partment has stopped the series of H«alth Department here hav« b««n inches.
Bandon and vicinity, and the subscrip
pound; tomatoes, $1.75 per box; new tram«s scheduled to be played here watching In the North End districts stat« report from an Inch .to two and whlr'h the butterflies are emerging
one-half inches. Today's rain will be Mrs. Iwakoshi baa
reek'd Heveral tions are still corning in. assuring the
carrots, $2 per sack; turnips, »2; by the K«lo University, Japan, and for four days for any uppearante
to all crops ami hundred yards of pure white «Ilk financial success of the fair.
a local team composed of Chin«»«, of the disease among the relatives
thread, which sin proposes to show
In. addition to the agricultural dis
Potatoes—New Oregon, l|6/2c per Sheriff Jarrett said that bloodshed
e proverbial "mil at the Gresham Fair Ibis Full, ns an play, which will consist of the fruits
pound; new California, 2ic.
w-ould be «lire to follow another at-
and grains of Coos county, as well as
Onions—Red, $1.75; white, $2 per
iday. From points allk production In Oregon. The silk
tempt to play, The Keio team won
Mexican» Pan Strike.
every state In the wheat belt thread Hhe produced from the silk livestock, there will be many outside
the first gam« played and quit In
io reports of rain.
worm« 1» pure white, and those who attractions, and the committee in
per th« second gam« because of a d«*-
de Juarez railroad officials, a big strlk«'
have seen It »ay It as fine In texture, charge intends to correspond with out
pound; 1910 crop,
1909 cision of the umpire, the score stand
is planned to cover the entire Na-|
and seem» equal to that produced In side companies that have good carni
Ing 5 to 2 in favor of th« Chinese.
crop, 196/20c; olds, 86/ 10c.
tlonal Railway» lines of Mexico, and
Prince in Doctor*» Care.
Wool—Eastern Oregon, 96/ 16c per
the present arrangement is that it
have already been booked.
pound, according to shrinkage; val-
Nine Acres Bring $10.000.
will be Inaugurated on August 5.
Run» Niagara in Barrel.
Medford, —A nine.acre orchard of
The strike will be instituted by the toria of Spain, and Prince Jaime, ar
ley, 156/17c; mohair, choice, 366/
Classes Meet on Lawns,
Niagara Falls—Bobby Loach, 48. brakemen and firemen, but will be rived here and drove to the laryn pears am| apples was «old to II. A.
of Oregon, Eugene The
Cattle—Prime hay-fed steers,
i was placed In the .care «if the pliysi- $10,000
The land Is located north open air school idea was tried for the
6.25; choice, $5.756/6; fair, $5.256/ over the Horseshoe Falls In a barrel, protest, as It is asserted th«' engi
neers and conductors on the system, 1 clans for treatment for an affection east of Central Point and 1» part of first time at the University of Oregon
5.50; common, $56/5.25; prime cows, and. though he wae severely battered who ar«' principally Americans, are of the throat and nose,
Prince a tract of fi| acres that cost Will
In the drop of 158 feet over the
recently when Dr. Joseph Schafer con
$56/5.25; good, $4.756/5; fair, $4.50
brink of the cataract, he sustained being paid more than the standard Jaime will be required to undergo iam Holmes, of M«<lford. $3000 In ducted his lecture courses in history
6/4.75; poor, $4.256/4.50; choice heif only superficial injuries. This is the for such services In the United long treatment. but nothing yet. has 1910.
Soon after he purchased It
on the coo) campus lawn west of the
ers, $56/5.50; choice bulls, $4.256/ second time in the history of the States.
I been decide«! In regard to the opera-
library, where long semi-circles of $
tion, which I» not considered dan
4.75; choice light calves, $76/7.50; river that the cataract has been sue-
C II h II for
The remarkable lucren««' |n student arm chairs had been arranged.
good, $6.756/7; choice heavy calves, cessfully navigated.
Mrs. Anna Eli
Liberal* Menace Juarez.
of the land Is due to Improve Dr. Shafer, whn is president of the
$66/6.50; good to choice stags, $4.75 son Taylor, of this city, made ti,e
in the way of setting out Eugene Playground association, is a
trip in a barrel on October 23 1910,
Juarez, M«-x.—That there Is
Germany Hottest Since 1904.
strong supporter of the open air school
Hogs Choice. $76/7.50; good, $6.70 and came out alive.
force of Liberals camped a few mil'
Berlin.—Germany Is suffering from
6/7; choice heavy, $6.356/6.50; com
south of this city who threaten to I the most opjircsslve heat wave since Two Score Acres of Wheat Destroyed and playground movement.
Death Lurks in Big Wind.
mon, $56/6; stock hogs, $6.756/7.50.
Some of the registering In
attack Juarez I* assert«'«) by city 1904.
Pendleton—Fire, starting from a
Industrial Course is Planned.
Thousand Island Park, N Y.—Sev
Sheep—Choice spring lambs, $56/6;
degrees. spark from a locomotive, caused the
officials of Juarez.
There are ap struments
Salem In a course of study which
Multitudes have gone to the sub season's most disastrous grain fire,
choice yearlings $3.756/4; good, $3.50
proximately 125 in the party, all urban lakes, but have experienced
6/3.75; fair, $36/3.50; choice ewes, lost and thousands of dollars' worth
when 10 acres of wheat running 45 is now being prepnred by su|»>rintend-
of property destroyed by a terrific heavily armed, and it is known that little relief. Temperatures along the bushels to the acre was burned on ent Alderman for the work of next
12.756/3; good, $2.506/2.75;
wind storm which has been sweep- another band le In the hills, south »ea coast are equally high.
Many the ranch of O. D Isamlnger, near year will be included a complete in
$2.256/2.50; good to choice heavy Ing the St. Lawrence river. A gale of hi Paso smelter.
Nothing has h«at prostration» are r«|Kirt«d from
The whent was Insured to dustrial course as well as a course in
wethers, $3.506/3.75; old, $36/3.50; of 70 mile» an hour ie still blowing, been heard from the 30 rurales sent Stettin, Hamburg, Cologne and else .Myrick
the extent of 30 bushels to the hygiene. The complete course prob
mixed lots $46/ 5.
A score of boats are missing.
out from this city to Guadalupe.
ably will be finished next month.