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OF THE WEEK
SCOFFS AT WAR.
RAIN AND HAIL
PROGRESS OF OUR HOME STATE
rich harvest fields being rendered total t
losses, with barns, haystacks and live
stock entirley destroyed.
Vancouver, B. C.— “The ’perman
property generally is estimated to be
TRADE BALANCE TURNS.
FOREST PATROL TO START.
menace’ now occupying so much at
hundred* of thousands of dollars.
Only through prompt action of
tention is only a myth. Belief in its
neighbors spreading the alarm were Medford Becomes Extensive Beller Force of 00 Men Will Ba Distributed
existence has been encouraged by
many live* saved in the wall ot water.
of fBOd productt.
In Timbered Sections.
French Chauvinists or ultra-patriots
five feet high and varying from 300 to
Salem—Word was received by State
600 feet in width, which swept Butler) Medford - Medford will mark the
with the idea of embroiling Great
Creek valley, carrying before it farm- year of 1912 as the first year that it Forester Elliott from the department
Britain and Germany.
I think that
started a balance of trade in farm of agriculture that the $10,000 allot
General Resume of Important Event« war between those two countries is Cloudburst Sweeps All Before It in houses, livestock, wagons, haystack*,
fences barns and other buildings. The products In its favor.
The first car ted to Oregon through a contract
inconceiveable. It is unfortunate that
Presented In Condensed Form
Butter Creek Valley — Idaho
settlers were advised in time to take
out of the signed after the passage of the Weeks
Wheat Belt Hard Hit.
for Our Busy Readers.
to the hills and turn their cattle loose
misunderstand the aims and aspira
valley was sent this week, and be bill is now available. The etale for
to seek shelter in elevated country.
tions of my countrymen,” said Dr.
Pilot Rock sustained a heavy alfala cause of the heavy hay and grain crop ester has sent out orders to the 60
Hermann Paasche, national liberal
loss, the same being beaten into I many flour and feed mills which have Federal men, who will be provided
The Alaska-Yukon exposition
leader and vice-president of the Ger
ground by the heavy fall of rain. been closed the past few weeks will under the terms of the contract, im
paid a final dividend of 4 per cent.
man Reichstag. Dr. Paasche and his
moat peculiar hail storm in this part I The fall of hail was so heavy near that
Governor Deneen, of Illinois, re-
of the coutrny in years.
Some of the city that the foothills were white as open as soon as the threshing season mediately to start their patrol work.
fuses to desert Taft for the new third sail for the Orient on the Empress of atones were seven-eighths of an inch snow. A cloudburst above the town begins.
Eight of these will be east of the
mountains and the other 62 In
“Of course the misunderstanding,
With hardly any warning the hail and all bridges across the same were ported and eggs wete shipiwd in regu the timbered counties west of the
Another New York society girl has so far as England is concerned, is due
larly. For several weeks now eggs
disappeared mysteriously and not the to the increase of the German navy beat down with such fury for sVven washed out.
The heaviest crop loss, however, oc have been tent out and none received.
slightest trace of her can be found.
during recent years, a policy that is minutes that pedestrians could not
The weeks bill was passed for, the
Great Britain plans extenive addi supported by the National liberal
purpose of protecting the headwaters
tions to her navy, in order to wrest party as warmly as it is by the Con
on team tore down Second street, magnificent wheat belt, three of Um»-
The public market recently estab of navigable streams In the various
supremacy of the seas from Germany. servatives.
is proving a great success. states of the Union where timbered
“The growth of our navy is a na
U. S. District Judge Hanford, of tural evolution in harmony with the
The greatest damage was done in — John Crow, George Pei ringer and Fruits and vegetables of all kinds, watersheds mark the head waters of
Washington, has resigned, and all expansion and development of the Ger the country, the storm going north-! Tcm Thompson
_ the big
_ chickens, eggs and other produce are such streams.
State Forester Elliott will leave In
charges against him for misconduct in man empire. Today our export trade east, although gardens and orchards in ’ losers. Crow figures that he and hie being purchased by local consumers
office have been dropped.
In .Missouri son lost half of their reservation crop. considerably below the market price. his automobile for a trip to practically
has attained to almost two thirds thst the city were badly cut.
The fruit crop will be large and of every timbered section of the state.
Lightning striking the fire alarm of Great Britain and is growing by
Three cars of His itinerary will take him through
JAPANESE RULER WHO LIES GRAVELY ILL. AND MEM
system at Vancouver, Wash., sent in a leaps vid bounds. Our iron and steel
pears have been sold for future deliv Linn and Lane and Douglas counties
BERS OF ROYAL FAMILY.
general alarm and the firemen all
ery through the Northwestern Fruit and as far south as Medford, from
turned out in the rain and darkness to annually, or double that of Great Brit
Exchange of .Portland, averaging $2 a whence he will go to Crater Lake,
ain. Under these circumstances we
f. o. b. Medford. The picking through
feel justified in protecting our sea
season for Bartletts will open August Wheeler, Baker, Wallowa and Union
A few swift kicks by a government ports, lines of communication and sea
He intends to visit ail of
mule put an automobile out of com borne commerce.”
5 to 10, and local ranchers are already counties.
the patrolmen, supervising wardens
scouring the country for help.
mission near Chehalis, Washington,
Although moisture has delayed the and timbermen in these sections and
The machine had to be towed back to
honey production somewhat the ton perfect the fire-fighting organizations
the shop for repairs.
nage will be a record breaker. Wil of the state.
Leader Accused of Incendiarism Is
A convict at Folsom penitentiary,
Muller, the honey king, reports
California, has refused to apeak for
ARGUMENT IS SUPPLIED.
that shipments will begin next week,
two years, and will be examined as to
London—Dr. Etheret Smith, a lead
and between 30 and 40 tons will be
He is under sentence of er of the suffragette movement, was
Olcott to Furnish Documents on Ini
death for an attempted jail break.
arrested here on a charge of compli
The increase in local production is
city in the attempt to burn down the
attributed largely to the increased use
Senator Fall, of New Mexico, de- historic residence of Lewis Harcourt,
Salem—For the accommodation of
of water, the ranchers having found
dares the United States will Dot re- secretary of state for the colonies, at
that irrigation is one of the beat in those who may wish to file opposing or
gain in 50 years the prestige it has Nuneham Park, July 13.
that can be made, both as negative arguments to any initiative
lost in Mexico by failure to protect
On that date two women were found
an insurance against crop failure and or referendum measures which will go
the rights of its citizens in that coun in the grounds of the residence by the
a guarantee of greater production per into the pamphlets to be distributed to
night watchman and one of them. Miss
the people. Secretary Olcott states
near Aberdeen, Helen Craggs, a daughter of Sir John
POTATO CROP IS LARGE.
that he will arrange to have proof
Wash., robbed the occupants of an Craggs, was arrested. She was found
automobile and then forced the driver to be carrying a quantity of inflam
copies of affirmative arguments struck
Hood River Will Producs Between off by the state printer, to be fur
to take him, with the other passen mable material and spirits.
Miss Annie Kenney, who, in the ab
gers, on a “pleasure trip” about the
25.000 to 30,000 Sacks.
nished on request of those who desire
sence of Mrs. Emmeline Pankhurst
River—The potato crop In the to file opposing arguments.
and her daughter, and of Mr. and Mrs.
The affirmative arguments are now
The emperor of Japan improves Pethick-Lawrence, the joint editors of
Hood River valley is estimated ftiis
set in type, he says, and the cost to
slowly, but is not yet out of danger.
Votes for Women, is running the Wo
year at between 25,000 and 30,000 the state will be nothing for the strik
men’s Social and Political Union, sent
sacks, the largest ever raised here. ing off of proofs, and as thn question
The famous old apple tree near Ap
a spirited reply to Mrs. Henry Faw
pomattox court house, Va., under
A number of the tuber growers here of these arguments is one of state
cett, who on July 19, on behalf of the
which Lee surrendered to Grant—long
reaped a rich harvest last year, ship wide interest he has decided to pursue
executive committee of the National
since carried away piece by piece by
this course. He also will furnish cer
Women’s Suffrage societies, issued a
ping a number of carloads to Texas
souvenir hunters—is.to be replaced by
tified copies of the arguments at the
protest against the militant tactics of
a tree planted by Governor Woodrow
legal rates. He has decided that the
the Women's Social and Political un
While moat of the acreage is com
affirmative arguments are public rec
posed of land just cleared or that with ord*.
potatoes planted between young trees,
General Pedro Ivonet, the last of
Considerable interest is manifested
a few have planted on a commercial
the Cuban insurgent leaden, has been thing to quench the militant spirit
as to who are fathering the various
which the “governmeii’s treachery
basis. The nrchardiats who plant be
initiative bills which go on the ballot.
tween their trees expect their crops to
Oregon Agriculture college at Cor
furnish them their own supply and
DUFUR HIGH SCHOOL SURE.
enough over to have a wagon load or
vallis has issued a bulletin on “camp ney, “lit the fire of revolt in the wo
men’s hearts and must accept the full
two to haul to market.
MVTSI HITO — HF.
KMI'KKM Holll KO —
Votars Authorize Institution at 8pa-
I.KFT, PRINCKSS SADfc—HIGHT. CROWN rRINCE » OSH III ITO.
responsibility for their recent protest
Albert Crocker, John Koberg and F.
Henry Poebler, who established one and for the more serious protests that
H. Button are the heaviest growers of
of the first trading posts in Minne may be made in the future.”
potatoes. Mr. Crocker has a large
with the fall
Flat much grain was hewn to the and one 130-acre tract of land will not
sota, is dead.
tract on the Paradise farm.
term, Dufur is to have a complete
DATE ORCHARD PLANNED.
It is probable that the Hood River high school course, in connection with
Woodrow Wilson has named a com
ground there, and it is feared froze Crow had just cancelled half of his
Applegruwers’ union will handle pota its public school system. Heretofore
mittee of 14 members who will have
many of the gardens. All buds were crop insurance.
toes this season. Wilmer Sieg, the the tenth grade has been the most ad
Trip to Be Taken to Asia for Pur cut off so that future berries and
charge of his campaign.
Perringer says his loss will be, at a manager, who has gone to Eastern vanced course of studies offered.
pose ot Obtaining Young Trees.
Premier Asquith was greeted on his
conservative estimate, $9000. County cities, will attempt tn establish rela
The district school board called a
A path was cut for several miles
Pasadena, Cal.—Paul and Wilson
arrival in Ireland by a hatebet thrown
Judge J. W. Maloney, a reservation tions with firms in order to dispose of special election at which the voters
at him by a suffragette, and an at Popeen, millionaire residents of Alta between North Pine and Homestead as farmer, places his loss at $3000; also the local tuber crop to advantage.
decided almost unanimously to main
tempt was made to burn the theater dena and owners of large tracts in the if an army had tramped through it.
Sam R. Thompson, a big rancher in
tain the full number of grades pre
COVE’S ÇHOW ATTRACTS.
where he is to speak.
the same vicinity, estimates the loss
scribed for schools offering the com
leys, are about to establish the largest
to his crop will be ten bushels to the
plete high school course,
date orchard in the world in the Sal-
All Union Cou"ty Down to Magnifi
Heretofore many students have se
Lewiston, Idaho — A grain crop I acre.
ton Sea region. Their plan is to be
cured the last two years of their high
cent Cherry Exh bit
Road* over the reservation were
Wheat—Track prices, new: Club, gin with 10,000 acres.
With China, which was destined to be the heaviest
school course elsewhere, hut now this
Old: Ceylon, Northern India and Bagdad ever produced in this section of the rendered im passable. and in many in-
78@79c; bluestem, 823 83c.
La Grande — Luscious cherries—
will be unnecessary, and also it is be
Club, 84385c; red Russian, 84385c; included in their itinerary, they will
cherries the like of which captured
lieved that the added school advant
bluestem, 883 89c.
leave next week to buy young date back by probably the severest hail the roadside until help could reach the golden medals at the last three or
Hay — Timothy, $14frzl5; alfalfa, trees to set out in the Southern Cali itorm that has ever swept this section. them. One farmer reported that his four world's fairs — were inspected ages will attract families to this city
The storm passed over the Camas net earnings for Sunday amounted to I and admired by loving throngs from as well ns scholars from the surround
$11@12; clover, $10; oats and vetch, fornia valleys.
$12; grain hay, $9.
Many thousand trees, including the Prairie, the rich grain belt of Central $45 as the result of hauling machines nooks and corners of Union county at
Steps for the enlargement of the
Millstuffs — Bran, $25.50 ton; various varieties which grow in South Idaho, about 6 o’clock Sunday night, and wagons out of a big mudhole 'near Cove.
present school building are to be taken
shorts, $28.50; middlings, $32.
ern Asia, will be shipped to the demoralizing all telegraphic and tele his place caused by the downpour of
A sprinkling of rain immediately
Corn—Whole, $39; cracked, $40 ton. United States by the two California phone connections. For an area of 75 Saturday night. The hailstones were I after the luncheon hour failed to at once so that ail will be in readiness
Fresh Fruits — Cherries, 8310c; land owners. Experiments made by square miles the bail beat down upon ! so large and fell with such force that dampen the ardor of the volumes of for the opening in September.
apples, old, $1.50@3 per box; new, them have proved that the best qual the heavy stand and after calculation . the grain was not only beaten to the praise spread by the visitors at the
APPLE SELLER GOES EAST.
75c3$1.50 box; peaches, 603 85c box; ity of dates can be raised in the sev it is believed that between 5000 and ground but the heads snapped off. annual cherry fair,
The day went
currants, $firstname.lastname@example.org box; plums, 75c eral places selected and it is their inc 7500 acres in the vicinity of Grange Most of the insured grain is a total along with threatening weather until
Head of Hood River Union Wants to
@$1.25 box; pears, $1.753 2 box; tention to introduce date raising as ville, Idaho, will suffer a loss slightly loss.
the afternoon, when light showers
Open Broader Markets
apricots, $email@example.com box.
made the afternoon’s schedule prob
one of the state’s greatest fruitgrow exceeding 75 per cent of the yield.
The farmers will lose heavily, as
Berries — Raspberries, $firstname.lastname@example.org ing industries.
Woman Wants Home Life.
lematical, but the cherries were there
Hood River—Wilmer Sieg, the new
crate; loganberries, $1.7531-90 crate;
They will return in December and but a small percentage of the crop has
Pasadena, Cal. — Mrs. Margaret in big red letters.
manager of the Hood River Apple
blackcaps, $23 2.25;
blackberries, immediately begin operations in the been insured against hail.
Fortunately, the cherry crop was Growers’ union, will leave here soon
j Hamilton, wife of former superinten-
most prolific this year, and a proper for an extended trip throughout the
the past four days. Numerous minia i dent of schools and prominent in wo- amount of warm weather colored the East and Middle West, where he will
Melons — Cantaloupes, $2.2532.75
ture cloudbursts have been reported on
per crate; watermelons, li@ljc per
fruit to the exact hue that shows them visit the principal merchants in behalf
Trial of Glass Ordered,
’ tation to become a candidate for the
at their best.
of a broader distribution of Hood
San Francisco — Superior Judge
The heavy downpour will check the 1 legislature on the Prohibition ticket.
Vegetables — Artichokes, 653 75c
Coming early, the crowds soon filled River apples.
Mr. Sieg says: "It
harvest operations several days.
per dozen; beans, 233c; cabbage, 1@
j the little hamlet to overflowing, and must be the policy of the union to
l)c pound; cauliflower, $1.25 dozen; remaining graft prosecution indict
| by noon walking room was a scarcity, make as wide distribtuion of ita fruit
Pendleton. Or.-The cloudburst and d‘ah*"’ ,dar"
"™P j Union, La Grande, Elgin, in fact,
celery, $53 6 crate; corn, 303 40c ment now standing against Louis
as possible. We want to put our fruit
hail storm which sweot over ,nd do
w""hl"K’ or ,ny other
dozen; cucumbers, $1 box; eggplant, Glass, former vice president of the terriffic
torn me nan storm wnicn swept over. work that fallg to a mother.g |ot than every town and city in the valley sent on all markets in every district.” He
12|c pound; head lettuce, 203 25c doz Pacific States Telephone & Telegrsph
a splendid representation, and, rain says he will make an effort to put
i deprive my children of association.»
The District attorney
en; peas, 8@9c pound; peppers, 103- company.
notwithstanding, the fair was a tre Hood River apples on the market in
Duluth Votes for Dances.
dozen; sought the digmissal of the indictment
Duluth, Minn.—The proposition
elected to the state legislature.”
spinach, 4@5c pound; tomatoes, $1© on the ground that several of the wit
Conservative estimates place the at
The season’s crop promises to be of
1.25 box; garlic, 8@10c pound; car- nesses who previously testified against
tendance at 3000.
fine size and weather conditions con
Glsss were dead, and that the state Duluth social centers and to allow
rots, $1.75 sack; turnips, $1.25.
tinue ideal for excellent quality.
Havana—General Pedro Ivonet. the
Potatoes — Jobbing prices: Bur- had no grounds for a case. Glass was dancing in them was carried at a hotly
Shaniko Ships Sheep
banks, old, $1 per hundred: new, lc
Harney Streams to Bo Stocked.
Shaniko—Two hundred and ten ear*
the case was remanded for second trial. men’s clubs of the city were arrayed uprising to remain under arms, was
—The Harney County Rod and
in favor of the proposition against the
Eggs—Case count, 23c; candled,
Londoners Fear Advance In Meat.
combined efforts of the clergymen, the troops at the Nombre de Dios planta point over the O.-W. R. & N. last Gun club will receive in a few days
25c; extras, 27c.
— - - say this ea- from State Game and Fish Warden
General Ivonet month. Railroad - officials
Butter — Oregon creamery butter,
London—London housewives are de women winning by a large majority. tion, near Santiago.
spondent over the prospects of dearer The campaign Wuged by the women with General Evariste Estenoz, took tablishes a record for initial ship Finley some 60,000 young trout to be
cubes, 30c pound; prints, 31c.
Pork—Fancy, 10@10}c pound.
meat in consequence of the spread of was so vigorous that the leaders were the field in Oriente province with ments from any point in the Pacific placed in Silvies river and its moun
Seventy carloads were tain tributaries.
the catttle plague, and the closing of warned on the day before election that about 1500 men last May as a protest Northwest.
Veal—Fancy, 14314Jc pound.
Poultry—Hens, 1113 12c; broilers, the London markets is likely to have a they were violating the provisions of against the Morro law, which provides shipped in one day. The number of comes by way of Bend and then by
that there shall be no recognition of sheep handled was 52,000.
It is es auto truck 146 miles, then by team to
14@15c; ducks, young, 12c; geese, far-reaching effect. That the author the corrupt practices law.
political parties on radical lines.
timated there are 80,000 more to be the several streams for which they are
10311c; turkeys, live, 18e; dressed, ities are fully alive to the dangers of
Smugglers Are Thwarted.
shipped from this territory before the intended.
the situation is evidenced by the fact
By special arrangement
Three Die From Plague.
end of this season. On account of the the club gets one truck load brought
El Paso, Tex.—Victor Ochoa, orig
Cattle—Choice steers, $6.7536-90; that a flock of sheep was held up by
San Juan, P. R. — Three deaths oc open winter, sheep are in splendid over for $100, and the services of at
good, $63;6.50; medium, $5.753 6; the police until they had passed the inal Mexican revolutionist against
least two men are necessary to care
choice cows, $email@example.com; good, $5.50 examination of a ^veterinary surgeon, President Diaz 20 years ago, was ar cur red Monday in the suburbs of San condition.
rested here by the American federal Juan from bubonic plague.
for the fish on the trip.
@5.75; medium, $535.50; choice hastily summoned for the purpose.
Natron Rails Are Being Laid.
authorities and charged with n viola pect has been found.
calves, $738.25; good heavy calves,
Floods Sweep Japan.
Glee Club Will Tour.
Eugene — Word comes from Oak
tion of the neutrality laws. Ochoa is were reported to the
Tok io—Unusually heavy rains and alleged to have been implicatei in the Since the outbreak of the plague there ridge that the Utah Construction com
University of Oregon, Eugene—The
Hogs — Light, $838.40; heavy, floods hsve prevailed on the northeast arrival here several days ago of a con have been 87 cases and 26 deaths pany has laid 800 feet of rails beyond University of Oregon Glee club will
The Haffa- that place on the present contract for take its annual tour this coming sea
Four hundred persons are signment of 140,000 rounds of ammu throughout Porto Rico.
This brings son at Thanksgiving, instead of just
Sheep—Yearlings, $33 4.25; weth- missing and are believed to have per nition and several cases of rifles, pre- kine vaccine has been administered to the Natron extension.
era, $firstname.lastname@example.org; ewes, $email@example.com; lam bs, ished. Much damage has been done frtrtifirbty-'intended for the Mexican all persons residing in the infected the rails to Salmon Creek, and makes before Christmas, which has been ita
rebels. He failed to furnish bond.
possible the site direct.
Doings of the World at Large
Told in Brief.
Dr. Hermann Paasche Says Garman
Menses it Myth
Crops Destroyed and Fruit In
jured In Eastern Oregon.