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FAVOR GRADED TOBACCO TAX EUROPE HAS BEST METHODS
Declare« “Dissolution” Proapertty Great Obstacle to Adop
tion of Better Hyatem.
FARM txs ORCHARD
MEXICAN PAPERS ARE BITTER
Lind Personally Liked, But Amer
icana Are Hated.
TO KEEP OFFICE
Washington, I). C.—That th«Ttebsc-1 Oregon Agricultural College, Cor
Mexico City—Ex-Governor John Lind
Nott» and I rut ruction» from Agricultural College» and Experiment Station»
co trust, Instuad of being dlaaolvod by ; vallis Driven by grim neceaalty Euro-
and his mission in Mexico City serves
of Oregon and WatMngton. Spacially Suitable to Pacific Coati Condition»
the decree of the Supreme court of the |M<an farmer« have adopted and are
to fill several columns of local news
United State«, ha» increased It« mon- now practicing a ay a tom of acientiflc
papers daily, but so far a» the Mexi
A method of very great value on dry can government is concerned it is
opolistle control of tobacco manufac agriculture and co-operative credit The Dodder Peet and
Methoda of Eradication. farming lands is to seed a part of the merely a case of marking time.
ture, waa asserted In the aenate by and marketing that haa rescued them
farm to alfalfa in single drill rows
Mr. Lind is waiting for the Mexican
Senator Hitchcock, of Nebraaka, In from abject poverty and placed them
Oregon Agricultural College, Cor three feet apart.
If well cultivated
discussing the tobacco achedule of the on a plane of pro«|>erlty. Although vallis—When entire Aelds of alfalfa the field will be clean of all weeds at government to make the next move Constitutionality of Act of House
and there prevails the opinion in the
no European county haa anything like become so badly infested with dodder the « nd of the Aral year and the alfal capital that Provisional
of Representatives Questioned
Reading from statistics (furnished the agricultural poaalbllitlea and op that burning ail the infested spots is fa may be harvested for hay or seed. Huerta will not delay his reply to
—Lawson Offers Millions.
The alfalfa grown will prove more
President Wilson later than is neces
by the aecretary of the treaaury, he portunity« for happy and prosperous not practicable, the alfalfa should be
profitable than the wheat crop.
declared that four concern« manufac- rural homea that are to be found in clipped before the dodder seeds ripen the end of four years the alfalfa sec sary.
It is known that Mexican govern
Albany, N. Y.—With Governor Sul
tured luat year 71 3-6 per cent of all America, yet our crops are poorer, our and the field plowed up and planted tion can be plowed up and moved to
ment officials are considering the prop zer impeached by the house of repre
tobacco manufactured in the United method« of Anance more expensive, with cultivated crops.
osition, but the public generally pro sentatives and the date of his trial
until the entire farm has been cleare«!
State», that three of theae concern» and our plan of marketing more ex year» of cultivation the held may J
fesses to believe that General Huerta before the senate and the judges of
will reject dhy proposal which might the Court of Appeals fixed for Septem
manufactured 90 per cent of the email travagant, than those of moat Euro ■afely be put back into alfalfa.
is the methtxl of ridding alfalfa Adds
cigar» ami three of them MH 3-6 per pean countries. Theae are a few of of dodder advocate«! by H. D. Scudtier, I ing moisture and adding humus to the be constru«»d ax interference.
ber 18, the spectacle was presented of
The idea of mediation by a commis two men claiming to be governor of
cent of all the cigarette».
tho somewhat surprising conclusions agronomist of the Oregon Argicultural soil.
sion representing the South American the state of New York.
Its appearance, propagation 1
“If th«> American people are In reached by Dr. Macpherson, professor «»liege.
republics is no less repugnant to the
As soon as the articles of impeach
Iron Sulphate Spray for Weed
oarnoat, and I believe they are,” he of political economy at the Oregon Ag an«! extermination are dt-scribed by |
Mexican mind than the one represent ment, adopted early Wednesday morn
addi<d, “they want thia monopoly ricultural college, who, »» a memlier Profeasor Scudder as follows:
ing solely the United States.
ing by the Democratic majority in the
“Dodder is a leafies», slender little
curbed. If the United State» aenate of the American commission to inves
The newspapers of Mexico City be assembly, were presented to the sen
Oregon Agricultural College, Cor
la In earneat it ought not to permit tigate rural credit ami organization vine, whitish yellow in color, bearing
tray, txiitorially and in their news col ate, shortly after 3 o’clock. Lieuten
any rule of a party caucua to reatraln in European countries, hex return«*! clusters of white blossoms which ripen vallis—When properly prepared and umns, their bitterness toward the
ant Governor Glynn announced hia in
any aenator from voting for a measure from a visit in which he travel««! over into abundant seed, sometimes three applied, iron sulphate spray not only United States. This is emphasized by
tention of occupying the executive
that would put a atop to defiance of a thirteen European states. The follow
«iestroys weeds of most kinds but caricatures published of Mr. Lind, chamber.
judicial decree and reatore a condition ing report of his own personal observ-, of parasitic habits the seed germinates leave« grains or grasses among which "Uncle Sam,” and Dr. William Bay
Friends of Governor Sulzer said that
of competition in the world in tobacco atlon wax given out Saturday:
in the soil, sending up little tendrils '
ard Hale, but toward Mr. Lind per the governor intended to continue in
it is growing practically uninjured.
sonally there is manifested a feeling office and would use every weapon in
“The American commission, com
The tobacco achedule, which place« posed of delegate« from each of thirty- or clover stalks, winding about the > While very effective in preventing that is almost friendly.
The public his power to maintain his position, on
a graduated income tax on tobacco five stales and four Canadian prov stems and living upon its sap until the threatened damage to crops from vig and officials appear to have conceived
the ground that the assembly had no
production, wax approved by the aen- inces, which has been investigating alfalfa turns yellow and dies. The orously growing weeds, it cannot be for him a personal liking which is re-
constitutional right to consider im
ate without comment.
The metal rural credit and organization of agri dodder next severs its connection with
made to take the place of rotations, fiected in the newspapers.
peachment at its extraordinary ses
achedule wu» completed with the ex culture in European countries, during the ground and shrivels up.
.Mr. Lind remains wholly uncom sion.
ception of aome paragraph« which the the past three months ha« return««!. then begin» to spread from one alfalfa
municative to the public, however,
Some asserted that the governor
finance committee had pa»»ed for fur It is probable that no investigating plant to the next, ripening and scat weed preventative measures. Neither being fixed in his determination not to
would go so far as to summon military
ther conaideration, and the xugar body wa« ever accorded such a recep tering the seed as it goes, continuing should its use be attempted on we«xls discuss politics with unofficial Mexi
protection if necessary to prevent the
schedule waa pa»a«<d over becauae of tion ax the commission received from to Aower until frost time. The seeds growing in clovers or other broad cans. He spends entire days at the
lieutenant governor from occupying
the illnvaa of Senator Ranadell, of the different countries of Europe.
retain their vitality from four to six
United States embassy reading and the executive chamber.
leaved crops, as it will destroy them
Liuisiana. The debate waa then be
Officer« of local «»-operative so
D. Cady Herrick, who will act as
as well as weeds. Following is the but aside from his «»mmunications
gun on the agricultural achedule, one cieties leading educators, departments near the surface of the ground.
chief counsel for the governor at his
of the aection» moat vigoroualy aa- of agriculture and th«» government
“It is thus seen that dodder is a method of use, as presented in detail with Washington he appears to have
trial, said that “talk of resort to force
aailed by the aenator of tho minority. officials in general, freely offer»-«! their very dangerous pest and should either by Professor H. D. Scudder, agrono done nothing further in the matter of
is the merest rot.”
Senator Groom, of North Dakota, aervices in each of the countries visit be shunned entirely or eradicated upon
“He will meet the charges againat
mist of the Oregon Agricultural col
0|>cncd thia diacua»ion and propoaed in ed. The Anal report of the commis its Arat appearance. Clover or alfalfa
him in an orderly and dignified way,”
lieu of free Hating cattle a rate of sion will probaby be ready for distri seed should never be purchastx! and
“The iron sulphate used as a spray MOOSE OFFICIALS INDICTED said the lawyer, “and will do nothing
Si.50 a head on cattle lea« than a year bution by the emi of the year.
“So sown without being examint'd for this has been thoroughly tested both by
unbecoming the dignity of the state.
old; S'< a head on cattle valued at not far as my observations go there is no pest. About 50 per cent of all alfalfa
experiment stations and the manufac Manslaughter Charge Sequel to In He will engage in no physical scram
more than 114, and 20 per cent ad val country in Europe offering anything sampltm — many hundreds examined
turers of the sulphate. When properly
ble to assert his rights to discharge
itiation Which Ended Fatally.
orem on cattle valued at more than like the possibilities for agricultural by the college contained dodder seed.
prepared and applied it has proved de
the functions of the office of gover-
production and happy rural bornes that It is not easily «eparated from the structive to dantielion, yarrow, sorrel,
Birmingham. Ala.—Indictments by nor.
Senator Lane, of Oregon, «aid the we And here in America.
At present alfalfa and a few seeds to the pound mustard, lamb’s quarters, peppergrasp, the coroner’s jury on charge of man
principal reason for placing cattle on our crops are poorer than those of are enough to infest the Aeld.
Lawson Offers Cash.
bull thistle, wild carrot, pigweed, slaughter of four officials of the Order
the free liat waa that there were not moit European countries. The farm
“In small patches it may be eradi
Portland, Or.—Thomas W. Lawson,
shepherd's purse and wild daisy. It of Moose, charging them with respon
autneient cattle In thia country to ers of Europe were forc«*d to adopt cated by mowing with a scythe before
will not destroy dock, which can be sibility for the death of Christopher foe of Wall street and its methods an«!
aupply the domestic demand.
scientific methoda of farming, and co the dodder ripens its seed, allowing eradicated only by digging the plant C. Gustin and Donald A. Kenney, famous as the author of "Frenzied
The committee amendment placing operative systems fur the preparation the mowings to dry out.
out or cultivating it to prevent its go while being initiated into the order, Finance,” which stirred the country
cattle on the free liat wax sustained, and marketing of
their products. spots are then covered with straw and ing to seed.
When used to destroy have created more than statewide in some eight years ago, and its sequel,
M to Sl( Senator Thurntor;, of LonlS They were nl»o compelled to resort to burned off. The spots may then be
dandelions on lawns it will injure the terest and will be fully investigated "The Remedy,” of more recent date,
iana, voting with the Republican« co-operative institutions for the sup hoed and re««»eded to alfalfa. If the
declared at the Oregon Hotel, where
And it should be re also by the National order.
againat the amendment. Thia waa the ply of credit on terms suited to the dodder has started to seed the dodder
Kenney both were he had just arrived from Boston, that
membered that this spray cannot safe
first time a Democrat had voted needs of agriculture in almost every s|M)ts may be singed off with a torch
ly be used on weeds growing in any young married men. They were ini he would be one of 25 men to contri
againat the party amendment«.
All country community. The »mall farm made by placing some rags saturated
broad-leaved crop, as it will destroy tiated during a lively session recently. bute $100,000 each, if necessary, to a
Republicanx voted er» had been re»luc«:d to the verge of with kerosene in a can, to which a
According to testimony before the huge fund to back Governor Sulzer, of
the crop as well as the weeds.
againat free cattle.
atarvation before «»-operative methods handle is attached.
“The value of this spray as a de coroner’s jury, the initiation exercises New York, in a finish fight with Tam
Senator Catron, of New Mexico, op- were adopted. The r«*ault of this co
“When the entire Aeld has become
One fea many Hall.
stroyer of weeds lies largely in the were varied and strenuous.
poaed free aheep, offering an amend operation in practically every case has so badly infested that it ia not prac
With characteristic promptness of
fact that it can be applied and the ture was to shock the candidates with
ment placing h tariff of 60 centa a been to place the small farmer on his ticable to burn the infected spots the
weeds killed while they are growing an electric current. Both young men action, Mr. Lawson had already tele
head on aheep leaa than 1 year old and feet. Our prosperity in America haa best thing to do is to clip the alfalfa
in the grain crop. The spray will not were in good health and physical con graphed his offer to Governor Sulzer.
Si a head on »heep 1 year old.
Thia been the great obstacle to the adoption before the dodder se«-ds begin to ripen.
In his message Mr. Lawson offered
destroy grains or grasses because of dition. To the surprise and horror of
wax rejected, 32 to 37. and the com of the economical business method«
The land should then be plowed and
its limited area of action on their nar the members present, the two candi unequivocally to undertake the forma
mittee amendment placing aheep on which prevail in most European coun put into a cultivated crop such as
row linear leaves, while it will destroy dates keeled over dead under the elec tion of the committee of public-spirit
the free liat wax agreed to.
tries. The motive force with us must corn, potatoes, roots, etc.
the weeds named, largely because of tric current administered. Their fam ed men who would contribute “any
be intelligence, rather than grim ne be followed with grain.
its wider area of action on their broad ilies are understood to be preparing amount within reason” to a campaign
WAR AVIATORS MAKE PLEA cessity. When the time comes that years the ground may be put back into and succulent leaves.
for damage suits against the order fund to combat Tammany.
American farmers are as careful in alfalfa.
“What if Sulzer does go down?”
“As iron Bulphate is a powerful pending the action of the authorities.
When dodder-infested hay is fed to
said Mr. Lawson.
“He has nothing
United Staten Declared to Be Be their methods of cultivation, as thor livestock,
salt, its action is similar to that of an
care should be taken not to
oughly organized for marketing, insur
more to lose and he can be the means
alkali in the soil, causing the leaves
Old Frigate in Collision.
hind March of Nation».
ance, and Anance as are the small
upon which it falls to dry up, turn
Philadelphia—The old United States of freeing New York of the rottenest
Washington, D. C. Acting Secre farmers of Europe, American agricul alfalfa or clover is to be grown.”
brown and die.
Santee, which did valiant work and most corrupt political gang the
tary of War Breckenridge, Brigadier ture will have obtained a prosperity
“The effectiveness of the spray de in the war of 1812, the Mexican war world probably has ever known.
General Scriven, chief of the aigtoal exceeding anything in Europe. "
“I told him in my telegram that if
pends mainly on four things:
First, and the Civil wai, and which was
How to Eradicate Tumbling
corp»; Captain Beck, Major Ruaaell
it should be applied during dry, sunny being towed up from Annapolis to a he would put his back to the wall and
and Lieutenantx Milling, Arnold and RAILROADS ACCEPT BURDEN
turn over the whole fight to the com
weather, for if rain washes off the
Eoulia, army aviator«, pleaded for ex-
Oregon Agricultural College, Cor salt within two or three days it is not point in New England, put into the mittee I would form if he would ac
tenaion of the army aviation aervice
vallis—Thorough summer cultivation effective. Second, it must be applied water in her hold. The old vessel was cept my offer, we would get right be
before the house military committee Post Parcels to Be Carried Under
either as summer fallow or in summer with a sprayer, which will deliver the in a eollison shortly after leaving hind him. And we can get them all,
Thursday. Mr. Breckenridge »aid it
from the crooked, bribe-taking mem
crops, is indispensable in the exter spray forcibly in a very Ane mist, so Annapolis, but it was not serious
wax not atretching viaion to predict
bers in the New York legislature up
New York—Declaring that “service
that the weeds will be covered as com enough to endanger her.
that powerful dirigible« would carry is exacted by the government without mination of tumbling mustard, accord pletely as possible. Third, the spray
The Santee, which was used as a to Boss Murphy himself and all his
ton« of exploxivex to drop on vulner making provision for compensation" ing to the conclusions reached by Pro ing should be done on a quiet day.
ship and then a prison ship
able apotx. He said war aeroplane« the «»mmittee on railway mail pay, fessor H. D. Scudder, agronomist of Fourth, the spray should be applied to
“It is the greatest opportunity to
were moil efficient for «routing pur- representing 268 railroads of the coun
clean out the crooks since the insur
all weeds just before they bloom.
posea. General Scriven declare«! that try, decided to carry parcel post mail
This system must be con-1 “The spray is prepared by dissolving a Philadephia firm to be broken up for ance investigation of eight years ago.
the Unit«! State« wax behind all other under the increastd weight limit.
100 pounds of iron sulphate in 52 gal the copper that is on her hull.
This I regard it as the great opportunity to
power« in military aviation.
Th«- new parcel post ruling provid«»« tinued for several years and supple lons of water. It shoud be made up copper, it is said, has 15 per cent of make a fight against Tammany Hall
that will wipe it and its power and
for increasing the weight of packages mented by radical preventative meas fresh each day in wooden barrels and
gold in it.
MINE HORROR IS MYSTERIOUS from 11 to 20 pounds.
corruption off the slate forever.”
ures, such as the building of drift the sprayer should be wood, rubber or
After reciting that the railroads fences where migrating weeds may be brass.
Suffragist Test Crucial.
Perfect Giris Latest Aim.
No Sign of Fire Found, Though 20 have already carried the “greatly in- ! caught and burned, by the use of clothes, and the hands should be pro
Washington, D. C.—The anti-wo
creased burden of parcel post from chemical sprays and by cooperative tected by being greased with vase
— Bryn Mawr college
Are Killed in Explosion.
man suffragists are preparing for what is to establish this fall an open-air
January, 1, when it was instituted, to effort among the neighboring farmers. line.
Tower City, Pa. — The first session July 1, without one cent of additional Waste places along fence rows should
school for instruction that will make
“Ordinarily for mustard in wheat
Repre girls physically perfect above every
of the coroner'« inquiry only added to payment,” the «»mmittee'a statement be clipp«»«! and burned before seexiing. Aelds one spraying is sufficient. On suffragists next December.
th«* mystery «urrounding the death of adds: “Whatever may be the views Railroad companies should be asked to more persistent plants, such as the sentative Henry, of Texas, chairman thing else.
the 20 men kille«! in the Eaat Brook- of the public as to railroad capitaliza destroy the we«ds on their right of dandelion, the spraying must be re of the house committee on rules, has
Twenty pupils from 10 to 12 years
aide mine explosion on Auguxt 2. Al tion and altogether aside from the way. Fences should be increased in peated when the plant comes up again. given notice that the committee will old, as near perfection physically as
though moat of the victim« were ter question of railway mail pay in gen height wherever the weeds pass in Flax or wheat may be sprayed without have the contesting arguments early can be found, will be trained for seven
ribly burned, the hearing disclosed eral (which the railways maintain is large numbers, by nailing cleats on injury to the crop when from six to in the regular session of congress. years in elementary tactics.
that there wax not a sign of Are in the inadequate), it surely cannot be the the posts, upon which a couple of light twelve inches in height.
Later, the Apropos of this announcement the Na age of 17 or 18 they will be ready to
mine, which would have been the cane purpose of the American people to wires are strung, so that the weeds mustard or other weeds are likely to
complete their classical education.
suffrage issues the following state
in a gas explosion.
The clothing of force the railroads to carry thia new may be collected and burned.
The school will be housed in seven
Noth be too difficult to reach with the
the men wax not burned, although it mail matter without payment.
separate one-story class rooms con
ing bat clean see«! should be sowed. spray, owing to the shading of the
“We consider the hearing before structed of wood and glass.
was torn from their bodie«, and the
“The railroads will carry the parcel In Aelds where the weed is extensively grain.”
the committee on rules in the house of sides will be so arranged as to be let
mine timber« were not even scorched. post, even with the 20-pound limit. spread a header ia better than a com
representatives next December a real down in pleasant weather.
The lid wa« torn off the box in which Any other course on their part would bine.
Flowers for Children.
crisis in the woman suffrage campaign weather the pupils will be clothed in
the dynamite wan kept, but the dyna impose such a serious inconvenience
While planning the Aower garden,
The ground should be disked imme
and we are convinced that the subsi Esquimaux suits.
mite was not exploded.
upon the general public as to be un diately after harvest to chop down the don’t forget the children.
dence of the clamor of votes for wo
stubble and form a seed bed in which have a variety bed. Give them what men will date from that hearing.”
Ship« May Cross in Fall.
Famous Farms Broken Up.
much of the seed will sprout at once. seeds you can spare, show them how
Woman May Lose Out.
New York — That the Arat «hip
The ground should be disked again as to plant them, and then let them take
Minneapolis — Two famous North
Tacoma, Waah.—Asserting it ia a soon as the young mustard haa come care of ,them themselves.
would pa«« through the Panama canal
Cripple Creek, Col.—With its driver Dakota bonanza farm«, aggregating
have hardy, showy Aowers that are
in October waa the opinion expressed
pleasing to the eye.
Teach them to killed by a bolt of lightning, an auto 16,360 acres, which have stood intact
by Lieutenant Colonel Eugene Wilson, properly, the city commission refused again in the spring where the ground
is very foul. This will cause moat of arrange Aowers nicely into bouquets mobile bearing two women, a baby despite the advancement in diversified
U. S. A., on hin arrival here from to ratify Mayor Seymour’s appoint
and carry to 'sick friends.
You will and another dead man, ran unguided farming in that state, are to be di
Panama Wednesday, fora two months’ ment of Mias Majorie D. Johnson aa a the seeds to germinate and the plants
be surprised at the interest they will down a steep embankment on the vided into small tracts. A trade mak
vacation. Colonel Wilson is an assist successor to Misa Arizona B. Wimple, will be destroyed in the April or May
fallow. Or the ground may be seeded take in the Aower garden, says a road north of Cripple Creek and hurled ing this possible has been closed here,
ant to Colonel Goethaln in the con pure food inspector, who waa recently
involving more than $1,000,000. The
A child over the side of the road.
to Aeld peas in «iouble rows three feet writer in Farm and Home.
struction of the canal.
Colonel Wil appointed state bakery
apart. The peas could be given cul of seven can be taught to Ax his soil, , the women nor the baby was seriously ' Adams farm in Richland county and
son said that the two oceans would be The mayor argued that a woman is
plant, transplant, pot and repot, about ■ injured. H. W. Lyle, of this city, the Keystone farm at Matador are the
joined in September and that by next beet fitted for the position, aa the tivation and pastured off with sheep or
as successfully as his mother.
and Oscar Avery, of Wichita Falls,
spring the canal would be rea«iy for work of enforcing the pure fo«d law
It is said that fully 100 fam
Tex., the men in the party, were in ilies of farmers will occupy the
the vessels of the world. The fortifi- is closely related to the household.
stantly killed while they and their land.
Commissioners Woods and Lawson
cations will not be complete.
My niece, aged four years, saw her wives and the Lyle baby were return
Parent—"Now, what are you going
throught differently, however.
to charge me to cure this boy of the grandmother take some medicine con ing from a picnic party near here.
Rate Request ia Unique.
Japanese to Carry Mail.
Physician — "Ngthing at tained in an unusually large capsule.
Tolls Expert Sails for Europe.
San Francisco—United States mail
St. Paul The Arat application ever
Mrs. Pankhurst Off for France.
for Honolulu and the Orient left San
made in Minnesota by shippers for an
New York—Prof. Emory R. John al), my dear air, aa it is an original When the feat had been accomplished
London—Disregarding the sentence Francisco Thursday aboard the Japan
increase in freight rates was denied son, of the University of Pennsyl case; you get your 10 per cent com the astonished child ran to me with
Thursday by the State Railroad and vania, who for two years has b«»en mission for every child that catches the exclamation: “O, aunty, grand of three years’ imprisonment imposed ese liner Hongkong Maru, of the Toyo
ma swallowe«! her medicine—bottle for inciting the dynamiting of the Kisen Kaisha line, a« a result of the
The applica special commissioner of Panama canal them from him.”—Puck.
home of David Lloyd-George, Mrs. recent successful bidding of the Jap-
tion, which is said to be unique in rail traffic and tolls, left for Europe Satur
Peculiar Bed Companion.
way history, was made by Minneapolis day to study toll rates in Europe. He
Emmaline Pankhurst, the militant ■ anese company
suffragette leader, sailed for France steamship lines. The government paid
■nd St. Paul wholesalers, who desired will confer with the German bureau
Leia Karim Dut, a Hindu barber
an order allowing the railroads to in of registry, the Suez canal company, who died recently at Meerut, had for
Traveler (iTastilyT—■“ Porter, have I Monday evening. The police did not 6J cents a pound for the transporta
crease their carload rates on cereal the British board of trade, and Lloyds the last three years slept every night time to kiss my wife
good-by?’ interfere. Mrs. Pankhurst has been tion of mail across the Pacific for
products of grain, or reduce the leas registry, and report hie Andings to the with two pet pythons coiled up beside "How long have you been married?” at liberty under the terms of the "cat merly. The Japanese bid the price
1 down to 4 cents.
and mouse" act.
than carload ratea on auch cereals.
secretary of war.
him in his bed.
Impeachment of New York Gov
ernor Starts Row.