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PARITY HAUL RATE
W O P ’S DOINGS
Washington, D. C.—Germany is un
to have agreed to the sugge - OE FRUIT MJ
OF CURfttNT WEEK South
and three seriously injured Sunday at
tion of the United States the she sub
Cheney, 17 miles west of Spo
stitute the words recognizes lisoil-
FIVE PERSONS KILLED IN IRAIN
COLLISION ON N. P. NEAR SPOKANE
kane, when Northern Pacific train No.
itv” for the words “ assumes liability
2, known as the North Coast Limited,
in the tentative draft of the communi Associations of Northwest !
cation designed to settle the Lusitania
Brief Resume of General News Burlington train No. 42. telescoping
empty day coach that was being
revised draft was received here
Commerce Commission. late The Wednesday
From All Around the Earth. “ an deadheaded”
east into the rear Pull
man of the Burlington train, w'hich
It was submitted to Secretary Lansing
was standing in front of the station.
Count von Bernstorff, the German
The dead: Professor Elton Fulmer,
. , . ADOPTS PLANS OUTLINED »
UNIVERSAL HAPPENINGS IN A NUISHB1 state chemist, Pullman, Wash.; I. J. PRESENT FREIGHT CHARGE IS UNFAIR Several other changes desired
Minnick, deputy oil inspector, Spo
kane; Lee N. Conry, Northern Pacific
ing of minor importance also are said
traveling passenger agent, Spokane;
have been made. In one instance, Scheme Is Declared Most
L. Berkey, traveling salesman, Artificial Barrier Against Columbia however,
Germany is understood to and Thorough of Any— !
Live News Items of All Nations and B.
Portland; J. J. White, Spokane.
a change in the lan
Seriously injured: R. J. Spear, !
Pacific Northwest Condensed
by the American gov
Experts to Tour Markets.
Pomeroy, Wash.; Dr. John Matthews,
ule Takes Effect May 1.
for Our Busy Readers.
Everett, Wash; J. A. Payant, Los An
the statement that it was expected the
All the dead and injured either were
case would be finally settled Spokane, Wash. — With the !<J
sleeping or dressing when the crash Washington, D. C.—The interstate to Lusitania
the satisfaction of the United tion here of the Fruitgrowers’ Aa
The steamer Pavlof in Alaskan came. A score of persons had berths commerce commission Saturday ren
the problems affecting the pr<
waters, sends S. 0. S.
in the car, but several bad gone into dered a unanimous decision sustaining
growing and marketing of f
Fashion has decreed that the barrel jurad.
CHARLES C. CROWLEY
of Washington, Oregon, 1
skirt is correct apparel for this spring. Both trains eastbound were being I present freight rates from the Inlandl
and Montana have practically L
solved, according to participating]
Fire caused $150,000 damages to the
as sections of Spokane, Port empire are discriminatory and unduly
Inman-Poulsen lumber yards and mill detowad
land & Seattle train No. 4, over the prefer Puget Sound ports, and order- j
Organization of the a
line of that company between Pasco ing a readjustment, placing the Astor-!
effected and articles of incor]
Sweden asks Uncle Sam to aid in and Marshall, because of flood condi ia rates on a parity with those of Se
prepared as the result of an
their protest to England against the tions on the Northern Pacific.
attle, Tacoma and Portland as to a
conference between fruitgrowers, |
Britons’ intercepting mail to that coun
portion of the Inland empire, and with |
resentatives of practically
Seattle and Tacoma as to other por-,
agency in the Northwest ]
President Wilson has presented a j immediately started back to flag No. 2 tions.
from the department of
recognizes the principle
list of Americans killed in Mexico in \ which, according to the latest report that The the decision
culture at Washington.
the last three years, to the senate. The the Burlington train crew had, was up an artificial barrier against the Co
According to an official stateJ
total is 112.
issued by the government officiald
one hour and 20 minutes behind the lumbia river, and indicates a recog
Fruitgrowers’ Agency is:
Secretary of the Navy Daniels is j Burlington at Pasco.
nition of the principle that trade <
“ A combined organization of !
reported favoring the establishment of ! When Lude had run a distance of should
along the line of least re
and selling agencies govd
a navai base at the mouth of the Co between 900 and 1000 feet—passen sistance move
by a board of control divided eqf
gers estimate the distance at five or contended. for which Portland has long
between the producers and mark*
says he saw the In summoning up its decision the J
Earl Kitchener announces that de six car lengths—he
It is the safety-first branch of thefl
of No. 2 beginning to glow commission
fense against Zeppelin raids cannot be headlight
involving the growers’!
made |>erfect, but England’s methods hut the engineer of the North Coast
an orderly contreil
makes it clear that these North
upwards of 75 per cent of the
Limited, applying emergency brakes, ords
Federal detectives are making a could not quite stop his train in time graphical and economic relations, one
tonnage of the Northwest, and ea
nation-wide search for the gang of an to prevent the smashup.
ies the ideals sought for years 1
to the other, than is at this time re
archists who, it is alleged, is instiga
growers in a mutual selling sys
tors of the poison plot.
wholly displacing destructive
carriers and that the latter, in their!
tition bv formidable aggressive^
The Vienna çity council has voted to Defunct Banker’s Residence
present rate adjustment, unduly dis- j
and the most up-to-date prog
remove the copjier roof of thé historic |
against Astoria and unduly j
Blown to Atoms in Chicago criminate
ltathhaus and give the metal to the
prefer Puget sound ports.
“ It provides for every necessitl
military authorities. The roof will be i
“ We also conclude and find from the
grower in assembling, advertiq
replaced by one of iron.
Chicago — Modestino Mastrogiovan- record that there is such a relationship [
. . . . . . . . . .-...w.
opening new and widi
between Seattle, Tacoma, Astoria and Charles C. Crowley, a private detec markets throughout
Tho Umatilla Indians object to the at 5:50 a. m. Sunday in a bomb ex Portland
the world, andj
building of a bridge across the Uma plosion at his luxurious home at 3719 sidered, forming more or less of a tive of San Francisco, and recently in as its basis the individual
tilla river at their ex|>ense, declaring Grand boulevard, an explosion so ter natural rate group with respect to ‘ the employ of the German consulate tive requirements of the grower
the bridge is for the benefit of the rific as to awaken the whole South much of the traffic in question.
In the western city, has been arrested the selling agencies through a umfj
white man, and not them.
Side. The entire front of the big “ All facts adduced of record being j by agents of the department of jus contract around which the entires
Sawmill and logging companies de stone
residence—it is a double dwell fully considered, we find, that between j tice on a charge of conspiring to de ture of the central protective
clare that by the middle of Mardi1 ing, one
being occupied by the Astoria and all points in this territory l stroy ships carrying war munitions built.”
there will be a shortage of unskilled I banker’s side
“ The plan of organization and 3
the other by the on or east of the line of the Northern and supplies to the allies.
labor in these lines. Day labor has ; family of Ira J. and
as adopted,” the stats
advanced from $2 to $2.25 and will go man was blown away, the big gray Or., through Pasco and Kennewick, j states and Germany at a conference says, “ was
submitted by the <
to $2.50 per day.
stones being cracked and broken.
mei.t of Agriculture, following ecj
Trial of the separation action which ; “ Enemies,” said Mastrogiovanni, as the line of the Great Northern, ex-1 von Bernstorff. It also was said that sive investigation of the
the Princess Aimee Crocker Gouraud- he staggared out through the lusty tending from Spokane northward, the the one modification made in Berlin needs by the government om
MiskinotT has brought against the a^rture that formerly had been a rates should not exceed the rates at was not material and that German offi- through their previous visits is 1
youthful Prince Alexander Miskinoff wall of solid masonry. In his hand jhe same time maintained between, ciais here did not consider that the different Northwest sections,
is up for hearing in the Supreme he held a letter. His thought had Seattle. Tacoma and Portland and such State department would object to the the most complete and advanced ;
gone back to it when he realized, after points; between Astoria and points on change
that has ever been prepared for]
court in New York.
producers of any perishable in
A bachelor school teacher at Ever
put them on the street, blow . Navigation company east of Pendle- fident that in agreeing to the Ameri in the United States.”
ett, Wash., has educated at his own up, "To
burn or kill if the money is not re- j ton, and points on the Oregon Short can request to substitute the word
expense, seventeen boys and one girl. turned.”
Line, .the rates shoud not exceed the “ recognizes” for the word “ assumes”
He is an author of some note and from It was the threat incorporated in a rates
at the same time maintained be- preceding the mention of liability of
Oklahoma Legislators Riot
this fund pays for the schooling, living letter
written in Italian — for nearly j tween Seattle and Tacoma and such Germany
reparation for injury Oklahoma City—Tumultuous
on his salary as toucher.
all the depositors in the Mastrogio points; as to points north of Kenne to neutrals to make
Berlin foreign office occurred in the Oklahoma
Paiier mills in the United States are vanni hank were Italians and liearing wick and west of the competitive terri had removed the
of possblie diffi representatives late Saturday
ofierating to capaeity and many of the signature of the wife of one of his tory just described, Astoria rates may culty.
the members were voting on as
them are turning away orders, but the creditors.
exceed the Portland rates in the same
of an election law designed tot
increase in the priee of raw materials The bond) had been placed there to amount that Portland rates are higher
and the high price of labor have re kill not to frighten. Its destructive than Seattle and Tacoma rates, provid All Aspects of War Will Be
place of the famous “gran
duced the profits of the business.
power was so great that it reduced to ed the arhitraries over Portland shall
law,” which was recently declare!]
bits stones weighing tons, and the de in no case exceed the local rate be Considered by Conference of Allies constitutional by the United S'
Breaking all records for silk ship tonation
was so great as to arouse tween Portland and Astoria; as to sta
Supreme court because it in effect]
ments in the trans-Pacific trade, the residents
far south as South Chicago tions of the Oregon-Washington Rail London — A general conference of franchised the negro population<f
Nipjion Yusen Kaisha liner Sado Maru and as far as north
as the loop.
road & Navigation company and the
has reached Seattle, bringing 6539
stations in the Spokane, Portland & the allies in Paris to consider all polit Partisan feeling over the nev !
bales and cases of raw and manufac
Seattle, west of Pendleton, and of the ical and strategical aspects of the war ure finally culminated inane
tured silk goods, having a value of ap Russians Pursue Retreating lurks
Cascade mountains, the Astoria rates is to be held. Announcement to this precipitated by charges of
the passing of the lie b
effect was made in the house of com- and
from Erzerum Toward Bagdad same
b and y t £e
The case of a woman spy recently
during which ink
sentenced to death, but whose sentence i
was commuted to penal servitude for ! Petrograd - The Russians are press- | land rates, the differentials over Port made in the course of an address in members’ desks and were
life, was announced in the house of ing the advantage gained at Frzerum. land in no case to exceed the local connection with the opening of parlia and a set battle seemed used
eomtnons by Herbert L. Samuel, the [ On the right along the Black Sea rate
between Portland and Astoria.” ment. The premier said a large vote
secretary of state for home affairs. coast, by the co-operation of the sea Incidental
to possible future pro of credit would be asked next week.
Birth Control Case Ends.
She was not a British subject.
and land forces, they are driving the ceedings, the commission says:
from one position after another “ It does not seem unduly venture was now taking stock of all its muni Mrs. Margaret
The government of Greece has been Turks
Sanger, editor d!
transferring millions of dollars of its operations against that important sea some to assume a purpose on the part tions, men, finances and industrial re- “ Woman Rebel,”
in . case
of . a . reduction
in serves, so as to be in a position to put of the mails in forwarding
funds from London to New York port are expected soon.
within a few months, according to In the last two days the Russians the Astoria rates to the basis of rates forth its maximum strength,
New York bankers, who estimate that
to Puget sound ports to ca l our at- The forecast made several weeks relative to birth control, was <
occupied Witde (Widje) and tention
$75,000,000 of Greek funds is now on have
at a later date to its advan- ago of a daily expenditure for the war by Judge Dayton in United StatcJ
forward ten or 12 miles west age. over
deposit in a large number of banks in pressed
Astoria of 100 miles ,n d,s- 0f £5,000.000 had proved, the premier trict court here Saturday on i
empire points, to said, to be nearly accurate
Assistant United States Di*
shore batteries and by keeping well in predicate upon Inland
for Obligations incurred by the war he of
Two Portland Chinese tongmen, one advance of the land forces and by de a corresponding reduction a demand
in its own added, would impose a serious strain Her Content.
case was to have gone to0
a Hop Sing and the other a Hoi Yin stroying bridges over several streams rates.
on the country for a generation to on Monday.
Ljuon Shaw, were shot and seriously in the path of the retreating Turks has “ The order of the commission
re- come. This burden he believes could
wounded on a crowded sidewalk at made their retreat more difficult. The
be met and only hv by large additions
to « u i
Horse Buying Is Ceasing.
Third and Couch streets by one of fleet had been working so close to the quires
rates be made on or >r before
bt f ore May 1, and ation
their countrymen, said to be a member shore that the warships have been j continue
City—Major GeneralI ^
of the Bow Ia*ong Tong. Hop declares reached by rifle fire from the Turkish not less than two years from the date credit by keeping up the volume of Benson, of the general stand1]
exports, holding down unnecessary im English army in charge of t*r
one of the victims stole his wife.
of taking effect.”
ports and reducing expenditures.
chase of all horses and mules f*
Dr. Sun Yat Sen. ex-president of
ish forces, declared here that no
Peace Move Reported.
China, is report«! re-married to his New York E. G. Grace, of Bethle
Fire Found on Steamship.
ican horses had been bought sine*
private secretary at Tokio, Japan.
\ ork—Fire was discovered in November, and the remount
Pa, was elect«! president of the spondent of the Daily Mail telegraphs the New cargo
Richard L. Metcalfe, ex-governor of hem.
on board the steamship in this country would be closed-
the Panama Canal tone, has invit«i meeting of the directors here. He source that more than 500 prominent \ eendyk of the
W. J. Bryan to debate the question of succeeds Charles M. Schwab, who re men, including heads of business ZSZZr* Holland-American
Big War Plant Destroyed’
preparedness before the voters of Ne mains at the head of the corporation houses and shipowners of Hamburg, ednesday. Captain Lieuweh quickly Bristol,
put back to the pier at Hoboken. It phone message
as chairman of the board.
The Congressional Union for Woman Mr. Schwab announced that the pur the government to begin peace over was said after 30 firemen had fought Saturday, the new received
Suffrage aent President Wilson a val
price of the Pennsylvania Steel
with a view to ending the war h« t‘hTfi m°re. than ?ix hours. & Chemical company at *lB
entine on which was inscribed: chase
company, recently acquired by the tures
three months. Otherwise, it wiO hi mfiZ f
C°ntroL Effort Tenn., 25 miles from here,
“ Won’t you be our valentine? We Bethlehem corporation, aggregated ap is asserted,
deterrnine its cause. stroyed by fire late Friday night-
will be your valentines. ”
plant was used for the rnanuf*^
! T Jyk consigned
C?1Tied to *200.000
Rotterdam worth munitions
of war and cost milM**]
AGREES TO CHANGE
WORDING IN IDSITANIA CASE