The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918, July 06, 1916, Image 2

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New York— In the event of war with
New York — Mr*. Hetty Green. ,
Mexico, nearly 200,000 members of
known as the world'» wealthiest wo­
the Hoy Scouts of America are pre­
man, whose fortune i» estimated as
pared to offer their services through
high a» $100,000,000, died here Mon-
co-operation with municipal authorities
I day, aged 80 year».
She had suffered
in the various communities where boy
troops exist, it was announced here at
three stroke» o f paralysis in the last
the national headquarters o f the organ­
two months and for several week» had
been practically helpless.
The policy not to participate in mil­
Her death occurred at 8 :05 o'clock
itary o|>erationa will not be altered,
at the home o f her son, Colonel Ed­
but the servicea of the young acouts
ward H. R. Green, adjoining the plain
will be volunteered along the line of
brick four-story house on the corner of
civic needs, including such assistance
Central Park West, where Mrs. Green
as may be rendered to the National
had lived lately in seclusion, except
for her son and several Japanese serv­ Teutons Retreat Before French Drive American Red Cross should the neces­ No Change in Policy Toward Mexico
sities of war tax Red Croaa resources.
Live News Items of All Nations and ants and trained nurses.
In cities from which the National
Wall street's estimates o f Mrs.
Contemplated by Wilson- Offer
Near Hardecourt — Lose Many
has been sent to the front the
Pacific Northwest Condensed
Green's fortune range from $20,000,-
to Protect Border Likely.
Trenches Also to British.
000 to $100,000,000. Officials of the
cial police duty in case of emergency.
for Our Busy Readers.
Chemical National bank, in which Mrs.
“ To Scouts who live in the commu­
Green once made her downtown head­
near the Mexican border there
quarters, declined to hazard a guess
London— Fricourt, three miles east may come special opportunities for
Washington, D. C. — While adminis­
Three death» from heat were report­
of Albert, the scene of desperate fight­ service,” the
officials manifested impatience
Hetty Green was the world’ s most ing between the British and Germans
ed to the police in St. Louis Tuesday.
“ While it is not seriously expected | Saturday over the delay of the Car­
The victims were elderly men. The
since the entente allied offensive wan
richest woman in America, she lived begun Saturday morning, has been cap­ that any invasion can take place, yet ranza government in replying to the
highest temperature was 94 degrees.
the task of defending property and
almost as frugally as a shop-girl. Her
Herbert Munter, a Seattle aviator, home was wherever she chose for a tured by the British, according to an lives may aerioualy tax the authorities American demand for an explanation
flying at South Bend, Wash., while time to hang her little black crepe and official statement issued Sunday night. of city and town governments to such of ita purposes, private advices from
sn extent as to make it desirable for Mexico City indicated that a defiant
3000 feet in the air had to descend bonnet, often in the hall bedroom of The statement says:
“ Substantial progress has been made arrangements to be made through the
when the crank shaft o f his engine some cheap boarding house or in some
answer was being prepared there.
broke. He landed safely on the tide remote and modest flat around New in the vicinity of Fricourt, which was civic authorities for the older Scouts
The State department has had no di­
captured by us at 2 p. m.
to co-operate by guarding water sup­
“ Up to noon some 800 more prison­ plies, telegraph lines and other im­ rect information as to when the Mexi­
Mrs. Green’ s eccentric extremes of ers had been taken in the operations
The London war office announced
property which might be can resjx>nse would be sent or how it
that the necessary passenger traffic be­ economy led to the popular misconcep­ between the Ancre and the Somme,
by the enemy.”
would be transmitted. Secretary Lan­
tween Great Britain and the Continent tion of her as a “ self-made woman.” ! bringing the total up to 3500, includ­
sing called this fact to the attention
would be regulated closely and reduced As a matter of fact she was born rich. ing those captured on other parts o f
as far as possible. Only those having In 1865 she inherietd some $10,000,- the front Saturday night.”
: o f Eliseo Arredondo, Mexican ambas­
good reason will be permitted to 000, which accumulated upon itself
The official statement by the French
sador designate, during the day and in­
until in 50 years it had mutliplied war office at Paris says that south of
that he did not understand the
nearly ten times. She also inherited the Somme the French have forced
While Rev. C. E. Helman was in the
view of the statement in the
family traditions which had been a their way into the second line o f the
midst of a sermon on “ Our Country,”
Washington, D. C. — The Hay bill
pride for three centuries, and which German entrenchments
note of last Saturday that
at several
in the Baker, Ore., Methodist church,
she was anxious to perpetuate in her places and have captured the village of appropriating $2,000,000 for depend­ an early answer was expected.
the artillery o f the heavens let loose
ent families of National guardsmen
Fries and the Mereaucourt wood. The called or drafted in the present emerg­
and his congregation was startled by a
Mr. Arredondo, who had called to
number of unwounded prisoners taken ency, was passed by the house Satur­
flash o f lightning that passed just over
announce formally the release o f the
in the two days’ battle now is said to day. The bill, which now glass to the
their heads.
Carrizal prisoners, said he had not
be more than 6000.
senate, allows not exceeding $50 a heard from his government on the sub-
A bill to establish a National park
Sunday night’s statement by the month to the dejiendent families in the
; ject.
service, with a compensation system
French war office said that in the discretion o f the secretary of war.
The private messages, sent by per­
o f super vision, and a bill to accept
fighting south of Arras Saturday the
No measure before the senate in sons in a position to s|ieak with some
London — The Royal
commission French took a total of 5000 prisoners.
from the state of Oregon exclusive
has arrayed
the radicals authority as to General Carranza's at­
jurisdiction over the Crater Lake Na­ which investiagted the Irish ret>ellion In the course of the night French months
tional park, were among measures in its report submitted Tuesday says troops captured the village o f Curlu, against the conservatives so clearly as titude, expresaed the conviction that a
passed by the house of representatives. the responsibility for the outbreak about seven miles southwest of Albert. the Hay militia draft bill, or rather break between the two governmenta
the $50 a month pension provision of was unavoidable.
There apfieared to
does not rest with Baron Wimborne,
Elbert H. Gary, chairman o f the the lord lieutenant, since resigned, A heavy German counter-attack on the that resolution which was defeated in lie complete agreement among mem­
United States Steel corporation, in a who is declared to have been in no way village of Hardecourt, north of Curlu, the senate by a vote of 45 to 30 at its bers of the Mexican cabinet, it was in­
was repulsed, the statement adds.
statement just issued, asserts that the
answerable for the policy of the gov­ After repeated assaults the Germans first ap|>earance. The 30 senators who dicated, that orders to General Trevino
steel business o f the United States for
voted to pay the families o f National to attack American troops moving in
were obliged to retreat in disorder.
domestic use and for export is better
guardsmen $50 a month during the any direction except toward the bor­
The chief secretary for Ireland, Au­
than ever in its history.
time the volunteers are’ on the border der be reaffirmed. Some de facto offi­
gustine Birrell, who resigned shortly
London July 2.—The British troops
is larger, profits greater and workmen after the suppression of the outbreak,
or in Mexico were, with two excep­ cials wished to go further and couple
in their great drive in France have tions, the recognized radical members
are receiving higher wages.
with thia statement in the Mexican
was primarily responsible, say the re­ captured a German
labyrinth of of the senate.
Senator Culberson, of reply a defiant demand that American
trenches on a front of seven miles to a
No soldier along the border is to be port.
The Royal commission was presided depth of 1000 yards and the villages of Texas, and Senator Walsh of Montana, troops be withdrawn immediately from
without a Bible, if efforts now being
were the two senators out of their Mexican soil.
Outlining Montauman and Mammetz.
made to provide each fighting man over by Baron Hardings.
Intimation have reached officials
North of the Ancre valley, according
with a pocket-size khaki-bound volume the causes o f the outbreak in Ireland,
here that the de facto govenment may
to the official statement, the British
at a cost o f 5 cents are successful. the report says :
give strong assurances in its note that
“ The fact should be borne in mind have not been able to hold sections of
The army chaplains who have been in­
Ljorder raids will be prevented by a
terested in the movement are lending that there is always a section of opin­ the ground gained in their first a t - ,
strong patrol of Mexican troops, if the
their assistance to it.
The Bibles are ion in that country bitterly opposed to tacks. Two thousand German pris­
Brownsville, Tex. — The business United States will withdraw its forces.
British connection and that in times oners have been taken.
provided at cost.
section of Pharr, headquarters for the It was said at the Mexican embassy
of excitement this section can impose
3d brigade of the New York national that 50,000 Carranza troops are now
General Trevino reported Wednesday its sentiments on largely increased
guard, was almost wiped out by fire, available for border patrol duty.
night to the Mexican war department numbers of the poeple. ”
starting at 2 :30 Sunday morning. The
The cabinet had no official advices
that several wounded American sol­
The report points out that it iB out­
loss was about $50,000.
in any way changing the situation
diers, who belonged to detachments en­ side the scope of the commission’s in­
Army equipment for the New York when it assembled at a regular meet-
gaged in the fight at Carrizal, have structions to inquire how far the policy
been found in different parts of the of the Irish executive was adpoted by
Bridgehampton, N. Y. — Unless he guard was some distance from the fire j ing. The crisis was discussed and
state o f Chihuahua.
He said they the cabinet, or to attach responsibility changes has plans, Charles E. Hughes, and was not damaged. A large ship­ later it was stated that no change in
were being returned to the American to any but the civil and military exec­ in all probability will inaugurate hiB ment of fresh meat intended for the policy was contemplated.
side as soon as encountered.
utive in Ireland.
The report then campaign for the Presidency in the commissary was burned in the de­
gives these conclusions:
second week in August, starting on a struction o f the butcher shop. I’harr
The customs bureau of the Treasury !
“ That the main cause of the rebel­ tour which will take him to the Pacific is 50 miles west of Brownsville.
department begins an examination to
Army officers who investigated re­
lion appears to be that lawlessness Coast. The present purely tentative
learn the total amount of arms and am­
was allowed to grow up unchecked and arrangements provide for addresses in ports of incendiarism reported to Gen­
munition that has been exported to
that Ireland for several years had been about 10 leading cities, probably St. eral Parker here that no suspicious
Mexico within the last year.
administered on the principle that it Paul, Portland, O r.; Seattle, Wash.; circumstances were found, although
Seattle, Wash.— Fire that was dis­
work was undertaken at the request of
was safer and more expedient to leave San Francisco, Los Angeles, Salt Lake the cause remained undiscovered.
covered at 11 o ’clock Friday night on
the War department.
Orders were
the law in abeyance if a collision with City, Kansas City, St. Louis and Chi­
sent to all customs inspectors to tabu­
Pier 11, known generally as the Orien­
any faction o f the Irish people could cago among others.
late the information and send it to
tal dock, at the foot of Virginia street,
therefore be avoided.”
Washington as soon as possible.
The importation of large quantities around the circle as merely prelimi­
destroyed the pier and its warehouse,
El Paso, Tex,— Another survivor of which was occupied by the United
The epidemic o f infantile paralysis, of arms into Ireland and the toleration nary to one or two whirlwind tours.
which has claimed 82 lives in and near o f drilling by large bodies of men, the He hopes to avoid rear-platform speak­ the Carrizal fight was located Sunday. ; States army quartermaster’s depart-
He is Corporal F. X. Cooke, o f Troop j ment and W. F. Jahn & Co., dealers in
New York City within the last eight report says, created conditions which ing on the first long trip.
K, Tenth Cavalry, who was brought in building material, hay and grain.
days, continues to gain.
From Satur­ rendered possible the recent troubles
to Juarez from Villa Ahumada and
I,arge quantities of army supplies in
day noon until noon Wednesday, 87 in Dublin and elsewhere.
placed in prison.
“ It appears to us,” said the commis­
the warehouse were destroyed.
cases developed and 23 persons died of
General Francisco Gonzales, Juraez burning o f cartridges and shells caused
the disease. A total of 456 cases and sioners, “ that reluctance was shown;
commander, telegraphed General Jac­ a succession of rattling exploaions.
94 deaths have been reported since by the Irish government to repress by
into Trevino at Chihuahua for instruc­
An unidentified boy about 11 yearH
January 1. It was announced that the
and it is probable Cooke will be old, standing in front of the state arm­
Rockefeller Institute is planning to in­ ances and to suppress drilling and ■ Pendleton, Ore.— Mrs. M. C. Mc­
ory on top of a bluff a block distant,
augurate a field campaign against the maneuvering o f armed forces known to Cabe, a rancher’s wife, and her infant turned over to the Americans.
Corporal Cooke, in addition to tell­ watching the fire, was struck by a
be under control of men who openly ! boy were drowned Saturday night
were declaring their hostility to your about 5 o ’clock when a cloudburst ing a thrilling story o f his adventures fragment of a bursting shell and in­
As a result of a family quarrel near majesty’s government.
broke over upper Butter Creek canyon, since the battle with the Mexicans un­ stantly killed.
Pearl, Wash., 14 miles southeast of
“ There developed widespread belief' 43 miles southwest of Pendleton, and der General Gomez, added his state­
The financial loss o f the fire ia esti­
Bridgeport, Claude Tinker killed his that no repressive measures would be a wall of water swept down upon their ment to that of other survivors that mated at $500,000.
mother and his brother, Frank. He undertaken by the government against ; home. Mrs. McCabe’s body was found the Mexicans fired the first shots of
The United States
cable repair
also attempted to kill his father, who sedition.
five miles further down McDonald can­ the engagement.
steamer Burnside was at the pier when
is a well-known rancher in that vicin­
“ This led to a rapid increase of yon Sunday morning by a searching
the fire broke out, but was taken out
ity, but did not succeed.
British Gain in Africa.
preparation for insurrection and was ! party. The baby’s body was found la­
into the stream by her crew before
the immediate cruse of the recent out- | ter. Mr. McCabe, her three children
London— Another victory for the much damage was done.
Her upper
It was announced at army headquar­
break. We are of the opinion that on and some men were in the McCabe British against the Germans in Ger­ works were slightly scorched.
ters in San Francisco that orders had the outbreak of the war all drilling
house and knew nothing of the flood man East Afirra was announced Sun­
The fire burned with extraordinary
been received from Washington for- j
and maneuvering by unrecognized bod­ until it struck the house, tearing it day night in an official statement as fury and the firemen were able only to
bidding the giving out of any informa- |
ies o f men, whether armed or un­ asunder and carrying away Mrs. Mc­ follows:
save the adjoining piers and the ware­
tion regarding troop movements, Fed­
armed, should have been strictly pro­ Cabe and the child. The other chil­
“ General Northey, who has been houses to the rear of the burning
eral or National Guard, in the Western
operating east of the Livingstone structure.
dren were rescued by the men.
Mountains against the Germans, has
ejected them from the important
Russians Continue to Win.
Italians In New Attack.
Battle In Baltic Sea.
The name of the Pacific Reserve
Fleet, with headquarters at the Puget
Petrogad— Russian troops continue
Rome, via London— Continuing their Ubena center and driven them north­
Berlin— An official statement issued
Sound navy yard, has been changed to to drive back the Austro-Hungarian offensive in the Trentino, the Italians ward. Gen. Northey has taken booty by the German admiralty says:
“ Reserve Force, U. S. Pacific Fleet.” army in the region south of the Dneis- have begun an attack on the Austrian and prisoners and inflicted losses.”
“ Thursday night German torpedo
Six vessels of the reserve force are in ter river, in Galicia, says the Russian fortified positions between Kugna Tot-
boats attacked Russian forces consist­
Mexicans Patrol Border.
Mexican and California waters under official statement issued Sunday .Many ya and Foppiano, says the Italian offi­
ing of an armored cruiser, a protected
command of Rear Admiral Fullam, places south of Kolomea have been oc­ cial statement issued Sunday.
Douglas, N. M. — General Calles rruiser and five destroyers, between
who shifted his flag from the cruiser cupied by forces of Emperor Nichol­ Austrians were driven from sections of placed a patrol of Mexican soldiers Havringe and Landsort (islands in the
Pittsburg to the cruiser Colorado. His as. It is announced that on June 28 trenches north of Pedescala, the dis­ Sunday night along the border here, Baltic Sea * off Soderman Land, Swe­
title henceforth will be commander of and 29 General Letchitsky took prison­ patch adds, and some more trenches paralleling the United StateR patrol. den). After a short engagement the
the Reserve Force, Pacific Fleet, in­ er 305 officers and 14,574 men, making were carried between Selz and Monfal- It was the first time in several months Russians witdrew.
Despite a heavy
stead of cornmander-in-chief of the Pa­ a total of 217,000 Austro-Hungarians cone. In the latter battle 195 Aus­ that Mexican troops were placed on bombardment we sustained no casual­
captured since June 4.
cific Reserve Fleet.
guard at the international line.
ties nor damage.”
trians were taken prisoners.
Brief Resume of General News
from All Around the Earth.
British Capture fricourt from Germans
After Desperate Battle.
Washington Grows Impatient at Delay
of Mexico City.
House Voles 1 2 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0 lo Aid
Giunkaien's Dependent families
Blame for Recent Irish Uprising
Placed by Royal Commission
Texas Town Burned.
Hughes Plans Trip to Pacific
Coast Gties first of August
Eire Destroys U. S. Munitions,
Dock and Warehouse at Seattle
Another Survivor found.
Mother and Baby Washed Away
By 15-Foot Wall of Water