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HOOVER IS SUSTAINED
President Wilson Wins Fight in Con-
frrrn«' for Single Food Adminia-
trator During War Period.
AUSTRIA FOR PEACE
HOPSRE»CHI Ci«TS'i n [ V |M I [ S
Honorable Settlement Is Wished, But Crop Estimates in Oregon and Wash
Teuton Nations .W ill Never He
ington Are Lowered Bed Spider
Crushed, Declares Minister.
Causes Damage In Oregon.
1U I I I HEM
About 160 delegates arrived in As
Tuesday to attend the state con-
The hop market is climb
Washington, D. C.—Yielding to the ! toria
vention of the Women of Woodcraft. Vienna, via Copenhagen — Reiterat ing Portland
fast. Only a few weeks ago buy-
urgent request of President Wilson, There was a banquet and musical ami ing that Austria-Hungary was ready era would
not consider new ho[is at any Frank Little is Hanged From
Brief Resume Most Important senate and house conferees on the food ! regular business sessions this week. to accept an honorable peace, but that price. Now
contracts are strong at
Carl Swelgin, believed by Klamath
11 cents. Five hundred bales of 1917
Daily News Items.
provision for a food board of three j Falls,
to be a dangerous 1. with its allies, would fight to the last Yakinias were sold on contract at 16
members instead of a single adminis- W. W. authorities
agitator, has been convicted of extremity if the entente [lowers de cents, and the same price waa paid for
| trator and consented to make one more ; vagrancy.
He was recently deported clined to enter negotiations on the 1000 bales of Mendocinoe and Sononms.
| effort to agree regarding the section i from Bern!, and
was captured in a box-
Buyers were freely offering 16 in both
COMPILED FOR YOU of creating
a war expenditures committee j car at Dorris, Cal., on his way to Kla- basis of a peace by understanding, as the
recently outlined by the German im The market is quoted at 16 cents
The conferees had reached an im | math
perial chancellor and the reichstag. and it is doubtful whether any ho|>a
passe on the two proposals when the Because he is within the age limit Count
Ottoker Czernin ¡von Chudeniti, could be bought at that price.
for the draft. Dr. Dwight F. Miller,
intervened, and there had i ; member
Events of Noted People, Governments President
the Austro-Hungarian foreign minis The Pacific Coast crop is not looking Bitter Freiing Prevails Throughout
of the Deschutes county draft ter.
been indications that a final disagree
in an interview Tuesday discussed good. Until recently it was thought Mining District and Troops Are
and Pacific Northwest and Other ment might be reported. The war 1 board, resigned his position rather at length
the reduced acreage in Oregon would
Hurried to Safeguard City.
Things Worth Knowing.
40,000 bales. Now some of
bill by the senate and strenuously op
posed by the President, was the only
David Lloyd George in London, July 30.000 or 36,000 bales. In additionlto
when the British premier charac the bad effects of the prolonged dry Hutto, Mont. Frank Little, mem
Free postage for all soldiers, sailors
delivered in the spell and the poor cultivation, due to ber of the executive board of the In
and marines during the war is pro with Representative Lever, heading day at Dundee, Or. The subject for reichstag the by address
the Ger the labor shortage, the red spider is
posed in a bill introduced by Repre
dustrial Workers of the World and
count causing damage in many sections.
sentative Lonergan, of Connecticut.
Fillers.” An invitation has been ex said Mr. Lloyd George was mistaken Washington will not produce over prominent in lalair troubles in Arizona,
tended to all those interested In walnut when he represented the reichstag 20.000 bales of hops this year, accord who recently referred in a speech here
Andrew Avery, a negro, was lynched
HERBERT C. HOOVER
culture to attend the meeting.
peace resolution to be a “ piece of ing to authorities in that state. The to United Status soldiers as “ Uncle
on the main street of Garland City,
total United States crop may be under
Ark., Wednesday night. It was
The third annual Siletz Indian Fair bluff.”
charged that he had assaulted and rob
"The chancellor and the reichstag,” 150.000 bales, while a conservative es Sam's scabs in uniform,
bed William Woods, a contractor.
foreign minister said,” declared timate of the supply needed by brew from a lodging house at
30 and 31. A three days’ program has the
Germany is conducting a defen ers is 186,000 bales.
Wednesday morning by mask«
Vice Admiral Maximilian Njegovan,
been arranged, consisting of livestock sive war
hanged to a railroad treatle on
commander of the Austrian fleet, in an
exhibits, farm produce, domestic arts, only asked and for that an ,the honorable
by NO FAILURE; BUT SHORTAGE outskirts
interview given to the Neue Freie
Indian needlework and curios, musical means of an undrestanding peace
of the city. His body waa
Presse, declared he did not believe
and literary numbers, games and rac agreement offering the basis for a
Chief of Police Murphy,
submarines would bring about a decis
Crops in Pair Condi who cut it by down.
lasting reconciliation of the nations. Inland tion. Empire
ion in the war.
chancellor and the reichstag
That State Fire Marshal Wells’ in The
Since his arrivsl in Butte recently
Deportations of civilians from Mons,
solemnly replied that the German peo Spokane D. W. Twohy, president from
Globe, Arix., Little bad made a
Belgium, continue, the German gov
ple desired no forced conquest and ab of the Old National bank, accompanied number
initial inspections in Salem, finished horred
of apeerhes to strikera, In all
ernment sending away 129 men on
last week, are to bear fruit is evi ment to enmity between nations after by J. K. McCornack, manager of the of which he had attacked the govern
June 26 and 39 on June 28. It is prob
denced in the statement of Mayor E. the war.
Union Securities company, and Thomas ment and urg<*d the men to shut down
able they will be to work on the Ger
president of the Northwest the mines of the Butte district. In
"I must reply to Premier Lloyd l.ive Wren,
man front in France.
being prepared to cover the salient George
association, have returned two addresses he referred to United
with the question: ‘What are from the Palouae,
features in the report.
I-ewiston, Camas States soldiers ss “ Uncle Sam's scabs
British casualties in all theaters of
we finally to expect from the en prairie and the Nez Perce
prairie sec in uniform,” and ho was bitter in his
military operations published in the
tions. S|>eaking of conditions in these denunciation of the government. His
newspapres during the month of July
Mr. Twohy said:
record was under inveatigatlon here
total 71,832 officers and men. The
been seen for several days, and that made in Vienna and from the demon territories
the Federal authorities whose at
officers killed, wounded or missing to
his sheep are badly scattered, Charles strations by the German people show year's crop and it will bring 76 |>er by
had been called to his activl-
tal 2503, while the men number 69,-
Gardner has left for the vicinity of ing that a complete agreement exists cent of the money received last year. •
Cove. Forty sheepmen are on the to the very last detail between Vienna I arrived at this conclusion after con- On the other hand, the report was
The Navy department has ordered
in the Minam reserve to investi and Berlin.
frences with many of the farmers and current that Little was in the employ
whose appointment as National range
5,100,000 pounds of canned peas, to be Expert
“ What the chancellor and the reichs bankers
the sections we visited, of a prominent detective agency and
delivered as needed at tentative prices
tag declared is what I declared months also after of going
into a great many of one theory is that he was the victim of
of $1.15 to $1.50 a dozen cans, with
as an honorable peace, which the the grain fields and
having them ex the radical element of which he ap
reported among Bend children Tues ago
all orders subject to revision so prices Conferees.
analyzed and tested by Mr. peared to be a member.
day, believed to have been caused by and whereby it seeks a lasting recon amined,
may be based on cost plus a reasonable
Wren and Mr. McCornack, who are Little took a very prominent part in
candy found in the’ruins of a ciliation of the nations. But there both
the house members, and Senator Cham eating
recent labor troubles in Arizona. He
the administration’s senate thought that the candy absorbed toxic also exists a complete agreement that "This
With President Wilson’s indorse berlain,
s letter to Governor Camp
and earnestly insisted upon substances generated by the heat.
we never shall accept a peace which is the farmer attempting to handle too bell, of Arizona,
ment, the foreign relations committee spokesman,
protesting against the
has favorably reported Senator Mc- of the clause creating the expenditures Only one death, that of 5-year-old
much land or to overwork his farm. deportation of 1. W. W. members from
Cumber’s resolution opening the way committee. Within an hour after re Henry Couillard, has so far been re
The best results are shown by the pru Hiabee. This was written from Salt
by treaty negotiations for drafting convening
dent farmer who took good care of his l.ake. Governor Campbell replied,
the senate conferees yielded lives of the others may be saved.
ally subjects in this country into the on the food
telling Little he resented his interfer
land and worked it carefully.
| “ Our conclusion is that there is no ence and his threats. Little waa un
Three prisoners at the penitentiary
failure, but a shrinkage in the derstood to have the confidence of
Dark days literally are coming for appointment by the President of an walked
quith's Inquiry. Makes Statement. crop
showing that the land of the In William D, Haywood, secretary of the
Berlin. An order has been issued re for
individual administrator, not subject gang at the prison Tuesday and are
land Empire will, even under ail verse I. W. W. national organization, and
stricting the lighting of stores, hotels, to senate confirmation.
at large. They are Charles Bur zeiger, commenting on the recent pro circumstances, produce a reasonable was regarded here as one of Hay
restaurants and cafes. The order is The President’s personal interven still
serving from three to 15 years
wood’s chief lieutenants. Little waa
in the British house of com crop.” _______________
due to the admittedly inevitable coal tion, the conferees declared was chett,
from Multnomah county on a charge ceedings
a cripple, but very active and a force
shortage and tranportation difficulties largely instrumental in breaking their of
Food Places to be Rated.
assault and robbery; George Kemp, “ Mr. Asquith's inquiry as to wheth
of the coming winter. The newspa deadlock in the food administration serving
from one to seven years from er we were ready to restore Belgium's Portland Rating cards for grocery On Little's body was a card bearing
pers complain nothing is being done to dispute. His course was criticised by Wasco county
on a charge of larceny full freedom can only be'meant aa a stores, restaurants and other places thcae wonts: "First and last warning.
relieve the situation.
some members and some sharp tilts in from a building,
and Herbert Meri-
take notice. Vigilantes.”
question, for Mr. Asquith where food is sold are to be estab Others
conference were reported.
thew, alias Curtis, serving seven years rhetorical
Believing Bob Silester possessed of the Success
National guanlH are pouring into
an evil spirit, George Johns, James President Wilson told the conferees’ from Marion county on a charge of at of dreamers, nobody thinks of handing cards will indicate to the public the Butte in anticipation of disturbancea
to commit an unnatural Belgium again to England and degree of sanitation existing in the which may rise from the lynching.
Jefferson, Lena Jefferson and Rosey leaders,
largely depends upon its tempting
Wilder, Indians, beat Silester to death management
More thnn 300 soldiers are rarn[>ed in
one man. He said a
with clubs Tuesday afternoon and bur larger board by would
the outskirts of the city.
ied his body in sand, according to an
Feeling among the members of the
Zeitung, attemtps to prove that furnished, giving each place a rating. radical
with successful conduct of the onment in jail for 30 days is the sen Volks
other Indian, who reported the murder fere
labor organization is running
There were persistent but tence imposed by Justice of the Peace nexation of regions in the east are in
to Everett, Wash., officers Wednesday. war.’’
expressed in bitter language
unconfirmed reports that the President E. W. Gowen, of Klamath Falls, upon dispensable to that protection of the
All four are under arrest.
gather. The whole city
retention of either the three- “ Jitney Joe” Joseph for bootlegging, German frontiers which Chancellor Places less sanitary will be marked is tense, they awaiting
Damage mounting into thousands of felt
“ B” or 80 per cent, and places still Fear is expressed that there
While the city and county jails are so
dollars was done to crops in North committee would be sufficient cause full of I. W. W., Joseph is at liberty Michaelis specified.
less sanitary "C” or 70 per cent.
street rioting such as accompanied the
eastern South Dakota by a hail storm for a veto. Senator Chamberlain de on his own recognizance.
The Tages Zeitung adopts this con
labor toubles here three years ago.
Monday night. Hundreds of telephone clared positively that the President
tention enthusiastically. Some of the
“ Every effort possible will be made
and telegraph wires in the region are gave
radical newspapers, on the other hand,
intimation to that effect dur board has engaged an attorney, Frank seek
to apprehend the periiertators of the
down. It is reported that one strip of ing the no conference.
to give the impression that the NORTHWEST MARKET REPORT outrage,”
declared Mayor W. II. Ma
Davis, of Pendleton, to take charge of government is so bound by the reich
farming land two mlies wide and ten
yielding on the food administra the
instructed J. J.
miles long between Westport and Gro tion In section
conferees se the men who have been drafted of have only to propose peace without an Portland Wheat Bluestem, $2.20 Murphy, chief have
to put every
ton was devastated. Another strip, cured adoption the of senate
a new section pro
bushel; fortyfold, $2.15; club, available man on the case. Sheriff
duties and privileges under the nexations or indemnities to obtain it. per
near Warner, also was levelled.
viding for a board of three members, their
John K. O’Roi^ke assures me that he
$2.14; red Rusisan, $2.12.
law. Mr. Davis is also acting in the
Since the beginning of hostilities one of whom would be the president of capacity
and his men are doing all that they
366 persons have been killed and 1092 an agricultural college, to fix wheat
to run down the murderers."
injured by air raids in the London me prices based upon the standard pre Harvesting is under way in some
tropolitan area, according to a state scribed by congress for next year’s sections of Morrow county and the Closed Shop Ceases to be Issue, De $51; rolled oats, $53.
ment made by Sir George Cave, the crop of not less than $2 per bushel for yield is proving much better than was
Hay Producers’ prices: Timothy,
clare Conference Members.
home secretary, in the house of com No. 1 spring Northern.
Oregon, old crop, nominal; al
mons. During the same period the The conferees also formally voted to wheat belt yields of as high as 11 Chicago — A strike of switchmen, falfa, new
crop, $186/$19; valley
secretary noted 2412 persons were abolish the rule establishing secrecy sacks or approximately 25 bushels an members of the Brotherhood of Rail cheat, new crop,
$156/16; valley oat
killed and 7863 injured in ordinary of their discussions.
acre are being reported. In the Eight way Trainmen, employed on 19 roads and vetch, new crop, $166/)17.
street accidents in the same territory.
Mile section harvesting will not com- entering Chicago and which has been Vegetables Tomatoes, $1,256/2 per
until next week, but most far effective since last Saturday morning crate; cabbage, ljc per pound; let
The editor of the Polish Review, BIG BRITISH CRUISER SUNK j mence
mers are now expecting from 10 to 15 was settled at 5:30 o’clock Monday tuce, 356/,40c per dozen; cucumbers,
published in London, has received from
morning and all strikers were ordered 406/,85c; peppers, 156/30c per pound; Washington, D. C. A resolution for
A. R. Lednitsky, chairman of the com Ariadne, 11,000 Tons, Torpedoed—All bushels.
beans, 76/8c; com, 306/35c per dozen. submission to the states of a prohibi
mittee appointed by the Russian pro
to return to work.
But 38 of Crew Saved.
According to a joint statement made Potatoes New Oregon, 3i6z.3fc per tion amendment to the Federal Consti
visional government to settle affairs in
tution was adopted late Wednesday by
Poland, a telegram saying that the London — The British cruiser Ari Commerce commission refusing to ac by the conferees, the “ closed shop, ” pound.
government has granted amnesty to adne,
an advance of 20 cents a ton on cause for the calling of the strike, pound; apricots, $1.256/1.50 per crate; the The
Polish prisoners of war who are Rus doed and sunk, according to an official cept
vote whs 65 to 20, eight more
sian subjects and who fought against statement issued Monday by the Brit Marshfield and Klamath Falls, as pro ceases to be an issue, it being stated cantaloupes, $16/'3.25; peaches, 76c@) than the necessary two-thirds.
Russia in the Polish legions and that ish admiralty.
“ matters at issue are to be set $1.25 per box; watermelons, $1.8566 As adpoted the resolution contains a
vided in the Southern Pacific’s new that without
they will not be treated as rebels.
the adoption of a closed 2.25 per hundred; apples, $1.756/2.60 provision that the states must be
Thirty-eight members of the Ari tariff. The State commission detected tled
of any rule that might per box; raspberries, $1.75 per crate; asked to ratify the amendment within
A strike of workmen in various adne’s crew were killed by the explo the change provided in the tariff as al fairly be considered
as equivalent to plums, $1.50 6/3 1.75; loganberries, six years. The house still must act on
trades in Rio Janeiro is growing. The sion. All the other sailors were lowed by the Interstate Commerce such.”
$1.75; pears, $26/2.25; blackcaps, $2; the resolution.
bakers have joined the movement.
commission and reported it to Wash
extras, 406440}c per
The Belgian mission, headed by
Strikers Go Hack.
Air Raids Win.
Baron Moncheur, has returned to London British
The strike of 1600 motor-
Eggs — Oregon ranch, current re men and conductors
Washington after a 9000-mile tour of
the I’uget Sound
carried out by British naval airmen in Lundell, from the bureau of animal in
ceipts, 36c per dozen; ranch, candled, Traction, Light A of Power
The British submarine C-34 has been
who has been investigating American troops as may be necessary Poultry — Hens, 166/17c [>er pound; which was begun 16 days ago company,
in Belgium, according to an dustry,
sunk by a submarine, it is officially an lines
cases, stated that he despite the U-boat menace, character broilers, 206/21c; turkeys, 186/21 e; ognition of the right of the men for to rec
announcement. The statement estimated a total
nounced from Berlin. The sole sur official
loss of livestock izes the attitude of officials in closest ducks, old, 136/.15c; young, 17<f/) 18Jc; long to the Amalgamated Association
vivor was taken prisoner.
to $150,000 in Klamath
of Street and Electric Railway Em
with the transportation situa geese, old, 86/9c.
“ During the night of Saturday, amounting
county. He secured the range dis touch
The fire at the Atlantic Refining bombing
ployes, was ended Wednesday by the
Announcement Friday that the Veal Fancy, 156916c per pound.
tricts and made a thorough investiga tion.
company, of Philadelphia, late Friday air servce on works at Bruges and in tion,
peace agreement under
night, caused a loss estimated at areas throughout Middlekerke and dead so long he was unable to ascer the German merchant ships seized at Hops 1916 crop, 86/llOc per pound; which the of men a are
permitted to belong
$500,000. Nearly 400,000 gallons of Ghistelles. Several tons of bombs tain what poison had been used.
to the union, but do not insist on the
gasoline were destroyed.
huge liner Vaterland, to refit them as Wool—Eastern Oregon, fine, 586/'61c closed shop and will work with 9« of
were dropped with good results, nu
explained the feeling to per pound; coarse, 686/61c; valley, their fellow employes who declined to
Thirty-six American railroads have merous explosions being caused. All Journeymen barbers in Eugene went transports,
join the union.
72J6/ 75c; mohair, 606/;65c.
been ordered to remove immediately
on a strike Saturday morning because
68,814 empty freight cars to the lines
Ship I'Oss is Reduced.
their demand to change the opening
20,000 to be Officers.
Cattle — Beat beef steers, $8.5066
Paper Contract Made.
of 54 other railroads, according to a New York—The
Some falling off in the loss
Editor and Publish was rejected by the proprietors. All officials are preparing to issue commis cows, $5.606/>6.75; ordinary to good, of British merchantmen
statement issued in New York by er published Saturday
Fairfax Harrison, chairman of the ment by the paper committee of the union barber shops in the city are af sions to successful candidates at the $4.00615.50; best heifers, $5.506/ j 6.75; is noted in the official summary
railroads’ war boari.
officers’ training camps promptly on bulls, $4,506/6; calves, $8,506/9.25; here. Eighteen British vessels of more
American Newspaper Publishers’ asso fected by the strike.
and feeders, steers, $4,606/' than 1600 tons were sunk by subma
Spain’s wheat crop this year is fore ciation that through a contract made State Engineer Lewis returned to the closing of the first series of camps, Stockers
August 15. Definite figures as to 6.50; stocker and feeders cows, $3.60 rines or mines last week. Three ves
cast at 141,008,000 bushels, in a cable by the committee with Lord North- Salem this week from Prineville, the
sels under 1600 tons were sunk, while
number to be commissioned are not @5.60.
gram from the International Institute cliffe’s Newfoundland mill, 80,000 tons where, with Superintendent of Banks avaiblale,
but probably more than 20,- Hogs- -Light, $15.3061)15.40; heavy, no fishing vessels were lost. Accord
at Rome to the Agricultural depart of newsprint annually will be available Sargent and Assistant Attorney Gen
men will receive their papers. $16.4061)15.65; mixed, $13.25013.75. ing to the admiralty report of the pre
ment That is 7.4 less than last year’s without contract for small newspaper eral Bailey, he has been investigating 000
Their assignment to the regular army, Sheep- Lambs, $10.0061)11.00; year vious week, the losses were 21 British
crop. The rye crop is forecast at 27,- publishers in the United States and oth the question of certifying to $900,000 national
guard or national army will ling wethers, $8.00698.60; ewes, $3.50 vessels of more than 1600 tons each,
778,600 bushels, or 3.6 per cent less ers who have been paying high prices worth of Ochrea irrigation district follow immediately.
and three of less than 1600 tons.
than last year.
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