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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (March 22, 1916)
OF CURRENT WEEK
SEAPlANf LOST III RAID OVtR
ENGLAND— NINE KIIUD IN ATTACH
EUROPE ASKS BIDS
ON TRENCH STAKES
CARRANZA FORCES NOW MAKING
SUPREME EFFORT TO CAPTURE VIllA
ON MANY 111
VA ashington, D. C. — While there I
London— Nine persons were killed
were indications in official dispatches !
: and 31 wounded in a raid o f four Ger-
■ from Mexico Wednesday that the de 1
I man aeroplanes over the East coast of
facto government was making a s u -,
Kent Sunday, it was announced offi
preme effort to capture Villa and his ,
cially here. A British airman brought
bandits with its own forces, there was
( down one raider over the sea, the Ger-
I no sign that General Funston’s orders
j man observer being killed.
The official statement on the raid
to proceed on the same errand had
been modified in any way.
“ Four German seaplanes flew over
Word that American troops had |
Kent Sunday. The first pair appeared
crossed the border was still lacking, j
over Dover at a height o f 5000 to 6000
the War department itself not having
feet, one at 1:57 p. m .— the second at
2 :02 p. m.
six bombs in tne
j been advised as to when the movement j
“ The first dropped six bombs in the
harbor; then weni;
congress took active notice o f the
ping bombs on the town.
_... , .
border situation for the first time. The j
raider, after passing over Dover, ap
peared over Deal.
house adopted a resolution late in the
“ The second pair appeared over
day authorizing the recruiting o f the '
Ramsgate at 2:10.
mobile regular army to full strength.
bomb 3 on the town. One o f this pair
This means the addition of approxi
London— A far-reaching orde
Portland— Lumber mills have been
went west, the other north, pursued
American troops in M exico are re by a British aeroplane.
One bomb is asked to bid on an order for 8,000,000 mately 20,000 fighting men to the in- council, which will totally prohibi:
portation into the United King
ported to have suffered from an i [»era.
feet o f trench posts and pickets for
a large number o f articles wh.„
The Chicago Tribune strongly ad
use by the allied powers in the war
under the general heading of 1
vises mobilization o f the National
will be issued by the British
ment at an early date.
The posts are to be 2x4 inches and
Brief Resume of General News
from All Around the fa rà
Allies Want 8,000,000 feet fir
From Portland Mills.
Strict Council Order D«
to Relieve Shinn;.
(MVBtSAl HAPPENINGS IN A NUTSHQ1
SEEK SPRUCE TO BUILD AEROPLANES
IMPORTS FROM 0. S. 10 BE I
Railroads Buy Materia! for Thousand
Freight Cars— Order Must Be
All Space in Vessels Now N;
Necessities— Autos, Mu?
Instruments, Cutlery, Hit
News Items of All Nations and
Pacific Northwest Condensed
for Our Busy Readers.
in Three Months.
HEAR ADM IR AL FISKE
Am ong the things which
four feet long, sharpened at one end,
placed under the ban will be
; and will be used for stringing barbed
biles for private use, musical
wire along the trenches. They are to
ments, cutlery o f all kinds,
be used on the fighting front in
The people o f Belgrade are suffering
yarns, chinaware, fancy
France, and delivery will have to be
from a shortage o f provisions and sani
made from Portland within 90 days.
soaps. The order will apply“eqm
tary conditions are bad.
[ This will insure them reaching Europe,
all countries, including the
A 15,000 ton Dutch liner was sunk
barring marine accidents, by Septem
dominions and colonies.
o ff the coast o f Holland, either by a
ber. The order may be for all or part
This forecast o f the coming
mine or torpedo, the captain claiming
o f the 8,000,000 feet.
council was given to the As:
A large domestic order for lumber
Press Saturday by Walter Runs
for railroad cars has been placed with
president o f the board of trade.
The cannery tender Alpha sunk near
the Douglas Fir Lumber company, o f
Runciman admitted that articles ^
Kachel ¡Bland, on the British Columbia
Portland. The order calls for 2,000,-
dition to those named would be
coast, and six o f her crew o f seven are
000 feet o f fir.
believed to be lost.
on the list o f prohibited importa
The European governments are also
declared it was absolutely necess
The name o f Clarence True Wilson,
i in the Portland market for as much
limit the shipment o f bulky 1®
o f Kansas, was filed with the secretary
' high-grade spruce as can be obtained,
to provide room on ships for nee
o f state as a prohibition candidate for
it was learned on good authority here.
the vice presidential nomination.
This spruce brings $30 to $100 a thou
“ But please remember,” said
A siatic cholera has broken out at
sand, and is for building areoplanes.
Runciman, “ that the issuance of;
The allies’ agents for trench posts
B elgrade according to an Athens dis
order is forced on the country-
have been authorized to ask for bids in
patch. F ifty cases have been reported
a matter o f policy, but entirely
daily and 30 deaths have occurred.
i Portland and British Columbia.
It is j
cause o f shortage in tonnage,
presumed by local lumbermen, ship
Tom Swanson, o f Vancouver, B. C.,
want exports from the United S»
was shot and killed near A tlin by his
we want your wheat, cotton and
about 4,000,000 feet will be taken
partner, Charles Petit, who mistook
and we need other things whi
The posts would be
him for a moose while ihe tw o were
cannot get if the space aboard
cut from Douglas fir and tied in bun
is taken up with luxuries.
dles o f 10 to 20. The cost would be
“ Everything possible is being
The senate has passed Senator Poin
around $15 to $16 a thousand feet,
General Gonzales is a Carranza lead-
rel'eve The shortage in ships,
d ex ter’s bill appropriating $2,065,000
bringing to Portland, if the order is
shiP fly‘ nK the British flag is no.
to equip the Puget Sound navy yard
placed here, between $50,000 and $75,- er who is active in capturing Villa.
trolled by the government. 1
fo r construction o f battleships. It now
000 for the 4,000,000 feet.
goes to the house.
The local river mills could turn out fantry, cavalry and field artillery. The numbers o f them have been
I the order within less time than the senate is expected to concur, and the tioned. Others are subject to
Captain the Hon. W. J. Shaughnessy,
by way o f license. Whv
specifications now in Portland hands necessary orders will be issued imme- tion
eldest son o f Lord Shaughnessy, o f
wU1 be nece
(iiately to fill up regiments on border 1
Montreal, Canada, enlisted for over
but for my
' handled easily by two o f the large duty.
seas service. He will go as an adju
hope that this will not be done.”
steamers, and the canal route could be
tant, an office he has filled for more
He^r A dm iral Bradley A. Fiske, VJ. S.
Mr. Runciman said the im;
than a year.
general staff. It is urgently desired
N „ now retired and attached to the
o f some fresh fru its probably
The National Woman SutFrage asso staff of the naval w a r college at N e w placed with the Douglas Fir Lumber
prohibited later, but he point«
ciation offered prizes aggregating $500 port, Is the inventor of a flying torpedo company o f Portland calls for 2,000,- border force by the expedition after that this would affect the U
to artists for the best 10 |>osters for boat on which patents have been grant <•00 feet o f Douglas fir to be used in Villa, but ever since the patrol o f the States only slightly.
suffrage window display and billboard* ed. It is equipped with apparatus to the construction o f 1000 automobile border began the army has been great the matter o f imports to the
in a competition to end October 1. A ca rry and launch from the air the reg cars and 500 stock car for the Chicago ly handicapped by the skeleton organ industrial situation in the
prize o f $25 was offered for a slogan ulation Whitehead torpedo, the pro
The order troops and batteries. The force that Isles, Mr. Runciman said there
pelling mechanism of which is started & Northwestern railroad.
o f not more than five words.
was placed by
the Western Steel occupied Vera Cruz had similar diffi- had been greater activity in the
by the impact with the water.
Car & Foundry company, o f Chicago. culties, some of the companies there industries, that wages were
Count Von Bernstorff, the German
than ever before, and that the
ambassador, under instructions from
It will take 80 cars to carry it East.
being less than 40 men strong.
age of unemployment never had
his government, formally notified the reported to have been dfopped on Mar
E. B. Hazen, vice president o f the
so small in the history o f the
State department that no German sub gate.
Douglas Fir Lumber company, said that
“ The second machine appieared over the order has been put in the hands U. S. IfOOpS Will M3ITn 1(110
marine was concerned in the sinking
Here several o f o f local and Bridal Veil mills and
o f the Norwegian bark Silius, from Weatgate at 2:20.
which seven American members o f the our aeroplanes went up in pursuit. would be finished in about a week.
No bombs were dropped on W estgate. The order represents about $50,000.
crew were rescued.
The total casualties so far as report
The European powers, it was estab
W ith 13 Democrats and the one So ed : Killed, three men, one woman
Columbus, N. M.— The commanding
lished beyond reasonable doubt, are ac
cia list member opposing, the house, by and five children.
Injure*!, 15 men, tually seeking large spruce orders in officers o f the exp*ditionary force
El Paso, Tex.— The United
a vote o f 346 to 14, passed the admin five women, nine children. As far as
i-iic men pursuit o f Villa, under preset1
istration bill to retain the present ascertained 18 bombs were dropped al the Pacific Northwest, principally Ore- should take with them only such equip- rangements, is costing the govei
Local lumbermen admit t h a t ----- -
tariff o f 1 cent a pound on sugar in- together.
ment as they could carry on their $40,000 a day, according to «-
unable to fill the orders as
stead o f perm itting the free clause of
“ One bomb fell on the Canadian hos fast as they were being received. The backs or saddles. Extra clothing and made here Saturday by army of-
the Underwood-Simmons tariff act to pital at Ramsgate, causing damage
the equipment known in the army as
Carranza officials, it wi* --
spruce required is o f a fine grade and
l(n into effect May 1.
but no casualties. Several houses, the brings from $30 to $100 a thousand the "surplus k it” will lie left behind.
have been discussing with some
These orders were intended to lim it cem whether American troops
The Navy department has installed homes o f artisans and cottagers, were feet. In the last tw o years about 10,-
carrying facilities to the essentials o f the Villa pursuit would have to -
a wireless direction finder at the naval wrecked.
000,000 feet has been taken out o f the
the expedition— food and drink for any Mexican cities and the «i
radio station at North Truro, Mass.
Northwest for the construction o f
the men and horses and ammunition such occupation on Mexican |
The finder was perfected by Frederick
aeroplanes for the European powers.
for the guns.
Keister, wireless expert in the United
The Carranza office1*
This confirmation lends considerable
Large quantities o f ammunition for frankly expressed the hope tl*
State« bureau o f standards, and is de-
credence to the report from Marshfiled
the mountain howitzers and field guns garrisoning o f the cities canD»-
aigned to indicate the direction and
that the Russian government was seek
has been distributed.
Cabmat wa their own troop».
distance from which a message comes.
ing 50,000,000 o f spruce in the Coos
Paris— The French torpedo boat de Bay country.
gons, which carry ammunition for the
Teats have shown the instrument's
The American arm y’ s choice®
soldiers’ rifles, were loaded and the en Chihuahua desert as its placed
bearings within two degrees o f correct. stroyer Renaudin has been sunk in the
precludes for the present such * -
Blame Denied by Berlin.
V ice President Marshall celebrated Adriatic by a submarine.
supplied with the final details o f their lem as city garrison duty.
his 62nd birthday Tuesday, March 14. j cers and 44 o i the crew were lost.
Berlin— No German submarine could equipment.
Two officers and 34 o f the crew were have been in the vicinity o f the spot
The Germans again attack the forts
Stolen Bill Used in Sps*
where the Dutch liner Tubantia was
near Verdun with the hope o f gaining
New Hands Lika Claws.
The ministry o f marine made the sunk, and no German mines had been
New Y ork— A United StattSi
Paris— Two new types o f artificial ment $10,000 gold note, one &
following official announcement regard- laid in this region, the German ad-
arms with hands are shown at the
Michael Damphoffer, agni 101 years, ing the lose o f the destroyer:
the same denomination stolen i
miralty announces. The official state-
Academy o f Sciences.
One is for
dies in the Home for the Aged at Van
The squadron torpedo boat Renau
mail in September 1912, on the
din was sunk in the Adriatic by an en out o f the question
New York from Havana, CzK
estion in connection with a lobster.
- 5 h has
The report that Germany has offered emy submarine on the morning o f the sinking o f the Tubantia, as the gers, enabling the hand to reproduce received Saturday by a bank
among place where the sceident took place is
city, from the American Bank d-
to buy the Danish West Indies for March 18.
whom were the commandant and sec less than 30 miles from the Dutch closely the action o f natural fingers. rid, Spain. It was the ninth ®
f 20,000,000, is denied.
ond officer, and 44 seamen were lost. coast, which means that this place is
stolen notes to reappiear d®*
U1 lIle ac
o f mem tiers o f the acad-
Villa and his followers have taken a Two officers and 34 seamen were res
l--* two men,
theft. As the notes appiear tli.
atutden twist eastward and are declared cue*! by a French torpedo boat which dangerous for shipping by the m a n i - -----
given to the insurance com pa®?
arm. One sawed through a beam
to be seeking a new goal.
accompanied the Renaudin.”
j festo o f February 4, 1915.”
paid insurance covering the
wood and the other played a violin.
The Aero Club o f America has of- J
Raiders Put Outside Law,
Auto Kills Bridal Pair.
fere*! services of men and machines to
Army of 120,000 Proposed.
M exico C ity — General Obregon is
•id the U. S. capture Villa.
_ _ ^ ^ H e n Lays IOOO Egg*-
Dubuque. Iowa — T. J. Fitzpatrick.
. . .— Chairman
...... ........ tl«y,
Washington, . D. C
sued a decree Sunday declaring all par
Corvallis, O re.— “ Oregon*. *
General Carransa's army is gather
an attorney, and his bride o f two of the house military committee, Wed-
ticipants in the Columbus raid outside
Leghorn hen at the Agricult®*
in g in Northern Mexico to aid the
were killed, and * Mrs. Marga- nesday
m /j«■*»♦- intro*
a w * _____ s---- ------ *
the law. The decree givea the right ___
ret Morrison, mother o f the
lege, has laid her thousand®
U nited States ir. capturing Villa.
to any citizen to apprehend and kill, if man. and Mrs. uner oi ine young wo-1 duction o f the resolution to permit the “ This, ” said Professor Dryd®-
General Alvaro Obregon has been necessary, the follow ers o f Villa who
o f President Gorman, o f the
the greatest long-distance
appointed Minister o f war o f Mexico, crossed the American frontier.
Island railroad, --------
were injured Rock strength o f the standing army to 120,- record ever known to the worli
and General Candido Aguilar miniatsr
The first victim o f this decree was their automobile left the road and fell
the end o f her fifth year the k®
o f foreign affairs.
Many foreigners summarily executed Monday in the
Republicans and Democrats worked
down a 10-foot embankment near here.
laid 987 eggs. She has now 1**
leaving the city and there is an city o f Hermosillo, near which place he ------------------
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pined under the
beginning o f her sixth y***-
undercurrent o f excitement among ail waa capture*! by men who denounced
the , resolution,
that fact tbat
j — -
car. Mr. Fitzpatrick is believed to
necessary to make her a 10004P
him as one o f the raiding party.
have lost control o f the mschine.
Formerly it was believed the
tee disagreed as to the meaning o f iL
hen could not lay-over 600 egf*-
Paris avers the German attack on
Verdun has failed, and believes the
w orst is over.
W W k
Mexico in Light Order $ 4 0 ,0 0 0 a Day Is Cost of
Pursuit of Mexican Bani
french Destroyer Sunk by
Torpedo in Adriatic Sea