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REVOLT IN IRELAND
KNOWN IN AMERICA
PHILIPPINE INDEPENDENCE IOSES
M P W
BY LARGE MAIOKIIV IN HOUSE
Ï T F 1 V
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Of Central Interest
jN h ^ iy mm 0f fR0N1 NORTHWEST
GENERAL CROP CONDITIONS
g uns a g a in in ac tio n
Waahington, I). C.—The adm inistra
London The Turkish garrison Wed
tion'« fight for the senate Philippine
nesday, revolted and slew all its Her-
bill will) Its C larke am endm ent au
| man officers E>efore the Russians cap-
thorlslng Independence for the Islands
] tured Trebizond, says the Daily M ail’s
within four yours waa lost In the house
1 Odessa correspondent.
■■ ■ —
After voting 213 to 165 to strike out
Salem Governor Alexander, of Ida
Ix/ndon — A rtillery bombardments
the Clarke am endm ent the hou«o by ho, hHx notified Governor Withycombe
a vote of 251 to 17 puased us a substi th a t be will be present a t the Oregon alone are tak in g place on the French
and Belgian fronts, th e scene of the
tute for the entire m easure the Jones
bill, providing for a g reater m easure S tate F air Septem ber 29, Governors’ g reatest activ ity being the region of
l as Mort Homme, and in the Arognne
of aclf governm ent In the Philippines Day.
Governor l.ister, of W ashington, forest, with th e Germ ans the aggress
and carrying u pream ble declaring the
of the United S tates to grant also has accepted Governor Withy- ors in the form er and the French in
SIR ROGER PLACED IN LONDON LOWER Intention
Independence ultim ately but without combe’s invitation to be a guest at the la tte r sector.
fixing a date.
the S tate F air.
In return Governor
The fighting between the Russians
Over the heated protest of adtninls W ithycombe will visit the W ashington and the Germ ans and A ustrians along
tratton leaders, the house, by a vote S tate F air at North Yakima.
the eastern front continues at various
Casement's Activities Partly Financed of 203 to 154, Instructed Its conferees
Commenting on Governor Withy- points, but no im portant changes in
not to agree to any declaration setting
The same is
In United States— Prominent
a definite tim e for granting to the combe’s plan for an interchange of position are reported.
lalandH th eir Independence. Speaker visits between executives of the three true of the A u stro-ltalian zone.
Irish and Germans Aid.
(’lark nam ed R epresentatives Jones, N orthw estern states with a view of
Vienna reports an attack E aster
of Virginia, and (larrett, of Tennessee, stim ulating in terest in th e state fairs, Sunday by seven Italian aeroplanes on
dem ocrats, and Towner, of Iowa, re Governor Alexander w rote:
the city of T riest, in which nine civil
publican, as conferees.
" T h is interchange of visits of the ians, five children, were killed and five
!<on<lon Sir Roger CMoment now in
Now the bill goes to conference be executives of the neighboring states is wounded. The report says th a t be
n prisoner In the Tower of Ijondon. j tween the two houses, with the op a happy thought, aa so many of our
cause of th is attack th e “ enemy for
He w h s rem o ved'there Tuesday from ponents of the C larke am endm ent sa t in terests are mutual. ”
feited every rig h t to have his towns
session of congress.
The B ritish and Boers in German
State Money Is Involved.
New York l*H|iera which show th at
E ast A frica are continuing th eir for
Salem The rig h t to possession of
prom inent Irishm en and Germans in Thousands of Strikers Return to
ward movement ag ain st the Germans,
$25,000 paid by the sta te of Oregon
th e United Staten exhibited * a keen in-
having now occupied the town of Kon-
Work, While Other Thousands Quit for the building and grounds of the Sa doa, in th e Irangi region. Consider
tcrcHt in plans for a revolt In Ireland,
lem hospital will be decided between
able casualties were inflicted on the
were found by Federal agenta in their
New York.—Mayday, featured here : the hospital and the Oregon C hildren’s Germans.
raid on the form er olllcea here of Ca|>- by a m onster parade of union workers, Aid society by C ircuit Judge Kelly
The B ritish also have been success
tain Franz von Pa|>en, w ithdraw n Her also was m arked by the beginning of here next week.
ful in an operation near Deudiar,
man m ilitary attache, according to a new labor disorders, as well as the s e t- !
Egypt, repulsing w ith heavy casualties
Element of several strik es in the m et the state acquired the hospital proper
a Turkish attack .
An engagem ent
atatem cn t made Thursday night by ropolitan district.
ty which adjoins th e sta te asylum,
high governm ent officials.
turning over $25,000 appropriated by
in the B ritish being forced to re tre a t
W hether the governm ent will under several miles and returned to W ash-:
afte r an engagem ent with a Turkish
take an inveatigation rent« with the 1 ■■ k ton square, the startin g point, by ey, now in possession of th e county column superior in numbers.
departm ent of Ju a tlre at Waahington, way of Madison avenue. The garm ent- thorities and also th e Children’s Aid
workers later held a m ass m eeting
which haa the question under udvise- preparatory to the calling off of the society. The la tte r claim s the money
nient, it waa aaid.
strike following the lockout put Into by reason of the term s of the deed in
Some of the lettcra and other docu- effect by the m anufacturers last week. which it conveyed the property to the
The day began with a strike of e n hospital association. The deed speci
menta, it waa aaaerte<], bcHr the aigna-
and firem en on tugboats and fies th at the hospital
il m aintain a
turea of men who have iieen leadera in gineers
lighters In New York harbor ami ad
the home rule propaganda in thia jacent w aterw ays, but by n ig h tfa ll, children’s ward and not dispose of the Many Killed in Uprising in Dublin.
country. Method« of raiaing funda for many of the ow ners had acceded to property. Now by condemnation the
Widespread Plot Believed Nipped.
th e equipm ent of Iriah revolutioniata tlie dem ands for Increased wages, and Aid society claims it is entitled to the
were diacuaaed freely and In aome of the w ater traffic situation, which was money.
the lettcra appeala were made for fi threatened with an alm ost com plete
London — W ith 12 persons killed
tie-up, was much Improved. Many
Early Irrigation Started.
19 wounded as the result of an up
U nited Statea A ttorney Marahall re- freight vessels were unalile to dock on
K lam ath Falls— W ater was turned
fuaod to comment on the atatua of the account of the scarcity of tuglxiats, into the Griffith canal Saturday by the rising in Dublin Tuesday, all Ireland
but there was little delay in the dock-1
controveray over the arreat of Wolfe Ing of passenger vessels.
Reclamation service. This is a week is a sm ouldering volcano.
Although th e capital was almost
von I gel, ex-aecrctary to von Papen.
Negotiations between the engineers earlier than the w ater will be used completely isolated by the cutting of
He doubted, however, w hether A tto r and firem en and th eir em ployers con generally over the project, but it was
ney John It. Stanchfield would carry tinued and a satisfactory settlem ent necessary to supply th e sandy lands in telegraph lines when th e rebels seized
out hia announced intention of having w b h expected.
the Sand Hollow and Malin districts, the postoffice, th e governm ent pro
von Igel identify from among the pa
as they are blown badly by the strong fesses to be in control of the situation.
The most sanguine, however, will not
lter« Heized in von Pa|>en’B form er otlice, strike In Brooklyn for an Increase In ! April winds.
thoae which have been
The w ater was turned in from Lost predict w hat even the next hour will
by one largo docking concern.
ized by the Harm an ambaanador aa freight
and would otherw ise have w ast 1 bring forth.
It was announced th at the strike of
A ugustine B irrell, chief secretary
“ otl i ci a l . ”
2000 Jewelry w orkers which had been ed away through th e diversion canal to
It waa learned from a reaponaible In progress for three months, had been K lam ath river. H eretofore the Malin for Ireland, who made th e first an
aource th at the Federal grand jury in- settled.
T he w orkers received an ranchers have suffered considerably be nouncement of the trouble in the house
veatigating the ’‘Welland Canal p lo t” eight-hour day, tim e and a half for cause w ater couid not reach them ex of commons Wednesday, could give
will return, before the end of the overtim e and the abolition of the home | cept through the main canal, but the few details. The government knew,
he said, th a t atx>ut a dozen sol
week, au|>eraeding indictment« baaed work system .
enlarging and extension of the Griffith
T he term s of the agreem ent between cHnal last sum m er has brought groat diers had been killed, th a t arrests
on inform ation obtained In von Ig el’a
had been made, and th a t troops were
ofllee. The new Indictment«, it ia the 175.000 coal m iners of the a n relief.
on the way from The C urragh to Dub
understood, will atrengthen the gov th racite field and the operators were
lin. I t did not know the num ber of
ern m en t’« caae.
Total May Be 2 2 5 ,0 0 0 .
Efforts of a band of anarchists to
killed, or the parts of th e city
T hat the activitiea of S ir Roger hold a m eeting in M anhattan gave the
Salem —O regon’s registration for the
Caaement were partly financed by police th eir only work of the day. The prim aries th is year will total approxi th a t were still in th eir possession.
So fa r as known, the trouble started
Iriah-Am ericana, who contributed more anarchists w ere arrested and the m eet m ately 225,000, or 5000 less than two
than $100,000 to the cauae, waa the ing wns dispersed.
years ago, according to the estim ates at noon on Monday in th e center of
Dublin. A mob, composed m ainly of
aaaertion made here by Jerem iah A. ! Benjam in Schlealnger. president of of the secretary of s ta te ’s office.
O 'L eary, director of the United Iriah 1 the International Ladies' Garm ent
Reports so fa r give a total re g is tra members of th e Sinn Fein society,
Societies of th is city and president of W orkers' Union, announced th a t a tion of 217,779, of whom 146,000 are seized Stephens Green, a large park
general strik e of the 60.000 Cloak
near the Royal university; the post-
th e Am erican T ruth society.
w orkers will be called W ednesday Republicans and 54,251 Democrats. office on Sackville stre e t and several
tionists, 5134; Socialists, 4900, and houses im m ediately adjoining.
50,000 Telegrams Against Break
Troops, hastily summoned, and loyal
miscellaneous registrations, 6325. The
sought to expel the rebels,
German Crisis Again Passed.
reg istratio n shows 67.04 per cent Re
With Germany Deluge Congress
who meanwhile had cut all the com
publicans and 24.91 Democrats.
munication lines. In the fighting th at
Berlin, via London.—F uture G er
W ashington, I). C .—The organized
ensued two policemen and two citizens
Lockw ood Quits Race,
man American relations probably can
propaganda of telegraphic proteHta be looked forw ard to with less appre-
Salem — C harles E. Lockwood, of were killed, together w ith several sol
ag ain st a break with Germany contin | heusion.
Portland, has withdrawn as a candi diers.
ued to pour into the capitol Thursday
It is the connection between th e re
The Associated P ress Is perm itted date for th e Republican nom ination
and the telegraph companies were to make this statem ent, although dis for P resident of the United States, volt and the attem pted landing of Sir
overwhelm ed. Senators and represen patches bearing on the n atu re of the and requested Secretary of S tate 01- Roger Casem ent w ith German arm s on
tative«, particularly from the Middle Germ an reply to the Am erican note cott not to certify his name for p rin t the Irish coast th a t makes the si ua-
W estern atatea, had ex tra forces of | respecting subm arine w arfare have
ing on the ballot at the prim ary elec tion ominous. I t is believed now th at
been stopped by the censorship.
clerkB at work sorting the message«.
May 19. Reason for his w ith th ere is a vast conspiracy
The deliberations a t general head
One senator received a printed sheet quarters
have been concluded and Am drawal is given in the fact th a t the
on which were printed the various bassador G erard left for Berlin.
Oregon Suprem e court has decided th at val of S ir Roger had been set as the
form s of messages being received.
The Germ an reply Is expected with the name of Charles E. Hughes E>e signal for a general uprising.
At th e top was printed a note urg little delay, but it is considered un placed on the Republican ballot for
The official statem ent, however, as
ing the recipient of the circular to desirable th a t prelim inary Indications President.
serts th a t the disturbances were local
pick out any one or all of the form of the n atu re of the note should be
ized in Dublin. Reports received from
m essages and telegraph them to mem published abroad.
Cork, Lim erick, Ennie, T ralee and
Bar View to Get Road.
bers of congress.
B ar.V iew —The much talked of road both ridings of Tipperary, where the
It is estim ated th a t more than 50,-
through this place is about to tie real Sinn Feiners have been especially
Ship-Raising Is Projected.
000 telegram s have come in so far.
New York.—The Inter-Ocean Sub ized. The county commissioners have strong, show th a t if any revolts were
Senator H asting announced th at he
decided to go ahead with the construc planned they failed to m aterialize.
The prom pt seizure of Casement and
would discuaa the propaganda in the m arine Engineering company has been tion as qiuckly as prelim inary work
Incorporated with a paid-up capital of
sen ate and was considering proposing $125,000, it was learned Monday, to can be done, and it is expected th at th e sinking of the German auxiliary
an investigation either by congress or raise ships from the ocean bed, or sa l the la tte r p a rt of th is week will see w ith her cargo of arm s are believed to
by the departm ent of Justice.
vage th e ir contents. The company the thing in full swing.
Since the have disorganized the plans of the
The senator made public a le tte r he will begin work on ships sunk along high tides last fall Bar View has been leaders.
had received from E. von Mach, execu the A tlantic seaboard. If successful cut off from the outside world as fa r
None of th e Irish leaders here are
believed im plicated in the plots. Both
tiv e chairm an of a com m ittee in New In Its first undertaking it will en as road connection is concerned.
Sir Edward Carson, who is one of the
York City, w arning him th a t in advis deavor. it was said, to float or salvage
strongest m embers of coalition govern
ing German sym pathizers to address the contents of some of the $300,-
Pulp Mill Machinery Bought.
worth of m erchantm en sunk
th eir telegram s to the German am 000,000
Marshfield—One of the paper mills ment, and John Redmond, the Nation
by Germ an subm arines.
bassador he had made him self crim in
a t Oregon City has purchaseid the ma alists chief, unite in condemning the
chinery in the C. A. Smith pulp mill, acts of rel)ellion.
M ethodists Approve Peace Policy.
S aratoga Springs, N. Y.—A ssurance near this city, and will remove it soon
M iners' S trike P redicted.
Wilson U rges Patience.
th at M ethodists of the U nited States to Oregon C ity . The Smith pulp mill
New York— Efforts to harmonize the
San F rancisco— President Wilson, were In sym pathy with P resident W il had been closed for 15 months. This
under date of April 17, w rote a letter, son’s efforts to keep the United S tates indicates th a t there will t>e renew al of demands of the an th racite m iners and
the concessions offered by the opera
made public here, to Sidney M. Van from becoming Involved In the Euro activ ities for the present.
to rs w ere broken off Wednesday, afte r
Dyck, chairm an of the executive com pean w ar was voiced here by Bishop
Merrill Has Rabies S care.
more than eight weeks of alm ost con
m ittee of the California 1 Democratic Cranston, of W ashington, D. C.
tinuous discussion here by a jo in t sub
S ta te C entral committee, in which he
Indian Lands for Settlem ent.
is much excited over a rabies scare. com m ittee representing both employers
said : "T h e country a t this juncture
The Colville Indian R eservation will
requires but patient thought and stead open July 6, 1916. A territo ry as large A coyote th a t bit a dog was killed and and employes. Predictions were made
fa st purpose on the part of the people as the state of Delaware. Fifty miles its head sent to the Oregon A gricul by members of the m iners’ general
to serve its highest interest, and I am from tlio city of Spokane, W ash. R efer tural College for analysis, the report board th a t the tri-d istric t convention,
glad to have your assurances of the to Oregon H om eseekers’ Inform ation being th at unm istakable signs of ra to be held a t Pottsville, Pa., on May
2, would vote in favor of a strike.
bies were apparent.
Bureau ad, on another page.
loyal support of C alifornians.”
Damaging [vidente Is Found In
Von Papen’s Office.
IRISH IN REBELLION
Portland— W heat— Blues tern, $1.03;
fortyfold, 91c; club, 90c; red fife,
90c; red Russian, 90c.
Hay — E astern Oregon tim othy,
$23.50 per ton; alfalfa, old crop,
M illfeed—Spot prices:
per ton; shorts, $26; rolled barley,
Corn— Whole, $36 per ton; cracked,
Vegetables — Artichokes, 75c per
dozen; tom ateos, $3.5057,4 per crate;
cabbage, $2.255$3.50 hundred; garlic,
10c pound; peppers, 17j5/,20c; egg
plant, 205$25c; horseradish, 8Jc; cau
liflower, 7 5 c 5 7 ,$ 1 .2 5 dozen; spinach, 4
5$6c per pound; asparagus, $1.25<E$
1.50 per dozen; rhubarb, l}5$2c pound;
peas, 65$7c; celery, $3.505$3.75 per
Potatoes—Jobbing prices: Oregon,
$i.50@ 1.60; Yakimas, $1.6051,1.75 per
sack; new California, 65$8c per pound.
Buying price: Oregon«, $151,1.25.
Onions—Oregon, $1.35 5$ 2.50 sack.
Green F ru it— StrawEierries, $1.255$
2.25 per crate; apples, $email@example.com per
E g g s — Jobbing prices:
ranch, candled, 23c per dozen; un
Poultry—Hens, 175$ 17c; stags, 13c;
broilers, $55$6.50 per dozen; turkeys,
live, 19@21c; turkeys, dressed, choice,
25i<#27c; ducks, 155$16c; geese, 105/11.
B u tter—E xtras, prints, 30c; prime
firsts, 28c; firsts, 27e; cubes, 255$
27c; b u tterfat, No. 1, 28c delivered
Portland; No. 2, 26c.
Veal—Fancy, l l @ l l c per pound.
Pork—Fancy, l l 5 $ l l j c per pound.
Hops— 1915 crop, 1 0@ llc; 1916 con
tracts, 105$ 12 c.
Wool — E astern Oregon, 21 @ 27c;
valley, 30c; m ohair new clip, 48@51c
Cascara bark — Old and new, 4c per
C attle — Steers, choice grain and
plup, $8.75@9; choice, hay, $8.50@
8.75; goo/^ $8.15 @ 8 .5 0 ; medium,
$firstname.lastname@example.org; choice cows, $7.50@8
good, $6.75@ 7.25; medium, $6.25@
7.25; heifers, $5@7; bulls, $2.75@6
Hogs — Prim e light, $email@example.com
good to prime, $8.50 @ 8.75; rough
heavy, $7.90(6,8; pigs and skips, $7.90
@ 8 .
Sheep—Y earlings, $8.25@10; w eth
ers, $8 @ 9 ; ewes, $7@ 8.25; lambs,
Hop Shipments Total 96,000 Bales.
Portland — From figures th a t have
been compiled of hop shipm ents from
Oregon from Septem ber 1, 1915. to
date, and estim ates of th e stocks re
m aining in th e state, it is evident th a t
the Oregon crop last year did not ex
ceed 110,000 bales.
Total shipm ents since the beginning
of the season have been 96,000 bales,
including a q u antity of W ashington
hops, variously estim ated up to 1000
baies, th a t were forwarded to the E ast
by way of Portland. Unsold stocks
are estim ated a t 12,000 bales, of which
at>out 8000 bales are held by the asso
ciation and the rem ainder by independ
ent growers. About 2000 bales, it is
understood, are held in th is state for
account of E astern dealers.
Grain Trade Awaits Developments.
G rain business in th e N orthw est is
of small volume these days. As else
w here in the country, the trad e is
aw aiting a settlem ent of th e German
question before em barking upon new
com m itm ents.
W ith th e subm arine
issue out of th e way, th ere is likely to
be a fa ir revival of buying in the
N orthw est.
There is some inquiry from the
East, but the bids are not in line w ith
sellers’ ideas. Coast demand is small.
B radstreets estim ates the visible
w heat decrease at 5,500,000 bushels.
The Canadian visible w heat supply
is 34,538,000 bushels, ag ain st 12,322,-
000 bushels a year ago. The oats
visible is 13,761,000 bushels, against
5,445,000 bushels last year.
R ecord Fruit C ro p P redicted.
Olympia—T. C. Morrison, assistant
commissioner of agriculture, returned
recently from an extended inspection
tour of the eastern p art of th e state.
Mr. Morrison says th a t unless unex
pected frosts appear, the fru it crop of
the sta te will be a record one. “ The
crops of th e W enatchee fru it d istrict
look especially healthy and if they
pass through th e blossoming season
w ithout trouble, th e crop will be an
exceptionally large and healthy one, ”
Big S heep Deal.
A half section of range land situated
on S hafer and H arris creeks near
Em m ett, Idaho, has been purchased by
McConnell Bros., of Em m ett.
4000 ewes and bucks bought by them a
short tim e ago will be placed on this
range. The McConnells have seven
sections of land leased, and the half
section ju st purchased by them con
nects up all th eir land in a solid body.
— Portland Live Stock Reporter.