The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918, October 05, 1916, Image 2

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    CAMPAIGN
WORLD’S DOINGS FIRST PRESIDENTIAL
TOUR BY WOMEN IS BEGUN
OF CURRENT WEEK
This Shell Crashed Through Her Home.
New York.—T h e first women who!
h a v e ever a tte m p te d an organized cam
palgn In the in te r e s t of national poll-1
tics left New York T uesday for a
speaking to u r of the country. It was I
farew ell d e m o n stra tio n w orthy of
novelty and significance of the un 1
d e rta k in g th a t th e w om en's H ughes
c a m p a ig n tr a in pulled out of the
G rand C entral te rm in a l a t II o'clock
for Us five w e eks' tra n sc o n tin e n ta l
trip.
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"R ight on time. *oc>." said a woman
in the g re a t crow d on th e platform.
T h o se who had come to see the tra in
off swept th ro u g h the ga te s in a long
and steady stre a m , waving th e ir flags,
tooting th e ir h o rn s and singing loudly
w he ne ve r th e band played a n y th in g !
News Items of All Naticns and with
words to It.
" It tell >ou women know how to do
Pacific Northwest Condensed
th in g s." w ent on the woman, whisper- j
ing vehem ently and n e a r to tears.
for Our Busy Readers
The I tile nnm pnni g a th e r e d in the
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I obse rv a tio n c a r a n d alm ost completely
hidden by th e flag which Dr. K a th e r !
S ta tis tic s show th e n u m b e r of auto- i ine Davis w aved up and down and j
m obile accidents is d ecreasing steadi j aro u n d a n d a ro u n d seem ed a s l i g h t !
ly a s c om pared w ith the n u m b e r of)
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m a c h in e s in use.
German Kills American Flyer
Kleld M arshal von H indenburg. chief
of th e general staff, ce le b ra ted his
69th b irth d a y a t h e a d q u a rte rs on the
W hile Mrs. Mary Sw ann and h e r
e a s t e r n front W ednesday.
little d a u g h te r Mary were e a tin g lunch
Im ita tio n pearls have become a n im­
in th e ir h om e this enorm ous 16dnch
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p o r ta n t article of m a n u fa c tu re recent
r;
slieil sm a sh e d through the house from
ly in Barcelona. Spain. D uring 1915
one side to th e other and fell a t th e ir
th e y w e re m an u fa c tu red th e r e to the
back sta irs. N either m other nor child
vaiue of over J 21.000, as a g a in st $1000
was hurt, and a f te r a while little Mary
in 1914.
m ade a plaything of the shell. It was
In th e ir latest raid on Bucharest,
fired in a navy test a t Indian Head,
s a y s th e T im es' B ucharest c o rre sp o n d ­
e n t. th e G erm an a eroplanes dropped
p ro c la m a tio n s declaring th a t th e city
will be laid ra ruins soon, unless Rou-
m a c ia h a s te n s to m ake a se p a ra te
peace.
RAIDING AIRSHIP
PALLS TO BRITISH
Brief Resume of General News V
from All Around the Earth.
Gldre from Burning Zeppelin lights Up
Suburbs of London.
W0YDSA1 ItW LN ISG S IN À N U Ï3 Q I
CROWDS CHEER FAILING ENEMY
Fourth German Aerial Destroyer Is
Burned Within Month— British
Detense Much Improved.
Uve
r;
R o u m a n ia n troops have gained a
footing on the rig h t bank of th e Dan­
ube r iv e r south of B ucharest, says
th e officii! s ta te m e n t issued by Ger
m a n general h e a d q u a r te rs concerning
t h e fig h tin g in T ra n sy lv a n ia and Do-
bru d ja .
Md. It pierced th e h eaviest a rm o r
Pla,e used by the navy A fter it passed
| | ‘rou*!‘ ,h U ° b« ru5 t‘on “ P|?«*ghed
through a sand bank, th e n c e through
thp house of Sw ann, a gunner, who
lived several hundred yards away. T he
shell entered th e house through a wall
of the second story, ploughed through
the second floor and ca m e out n e a r the
ground floor through the r e a r porch.
Commissioners Demand
SHIPPING COMBINI Mexican Withdrawal
of American Troops
EORMS ON COAST
____________
TWO Largest Companies Unite for
provement of Public Service.
New London, Conn.—T h e fat has
been th ro w n Into the fire, so far as
the A m erican and Mexican rum mis
i sioners a r e c oncerned, by develop
; m ents which took place here T h u rs
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C A S U A L T I E S IN T H E PRE
V I O U S Z E P P E L I N RA ID S
ON B R I T A I N .
Attack* on London.
Killed. W’n d ’d.
4
3
86
September 8 ._ 20
114
O ctober 13 . ... 55
191«.
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S e p te m b e r 2 3
13
99
S e p te m b e r 23 ... 28
1915
Ju n e 1
T o ta ls ............ 109
Attacks
Elsewhere
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in Britain
Killed W 'n d ’d.
1915
J a n u a r y 19
67
119
J u n e 15
16
40
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14
A ugust 9
6
23
A ugust 13
10
36
A ugust 17
J a n u a r y 31 .... .. 54
67
1916.
33
March 5
. 12
Mar. 31, Apr. 1 2 69
117
A ugust 24
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Septem ber 1 ;
11
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T otals ......... 258
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T he Mexican commissioner«
tated a situation which bodes
success
unless
P re sid e n t
should back down.
London. — A nother Zeppelin
raid
Acting u n d e r in stru c tio n s from Gen
eral C arranza, they dem anded th a t a ga inst London and the enst r o a s t of
G eneral P e rsh in g 's troops be with-, England wus in pro g re ss Sunday. An
draw n. T he A m erican com m issioners uirshlp is re p o rte d to have been
flatly refused to do a n y th in g of the brought down in flumes north of (¿in-
T h e first case of infantile paralysis
don, a ccording to th e official state-
kind.
in six ye a rs in W alla Walla, Wash.,
T he com m issione rs Insisted th e ir ¡ L " " ' "",u,*d ,lhor,,y ttfter n ,,d n ‘g*, t ’
w a s r e p o rte d W ednesday, th e 3-year-
ent could not c onse nt to pro The s ta te m e n t reudn:
old child of C. C. E u b a n k s being ill
"A n u m b e r of hostile airships c r o s s ­
President of New Company Declares t governm
r a d e d negotiations so long a s Amor
w ith th e disease.
T he c ase is not
lean soldiers w ere In occupation of, ed the e a s t c o a st b etw een 5 o'clock
se rio u s, and physicians a re ta k in g ev­
Great Increase of Trade Makes
K
few bom bs w o n
Mexican te rritory.
T he A m erlean fDA_n i . _ _ _ _
e r y p recaution to pre v e n t sp re a d of
G eneral dropped n e a r the c o a st, but no dam
com
m
issioners
Inquired
If
th e contagion.
Move Almost Necessity.
C a rra n z a w ere ready w ith troops to age is yet reported.
"An a irsh ip is re p o rte d brought
i occupy the te rr ito r y w hich, if th e Mex
T h e rebellion in th e D utch E a s t In­
¡can dem and were heeded, General down in flam es north of t e n d o n . "
d ie s is being quelled, a ccording to
G reat crow ds c h eered the spectacle
official dispatch received by the gov­
Pacific 1 Pt'f^hing would evacuate.
Seattle.—M erger of the
e r n m e n t. T he rebels in th e distric t
T he Mexican c om m issioners doelln of the burning Zeppelin ns it fell In
i'i
t o a s t S team ship com pany and the Pa-1 ed to bind th e ir g ove rnm e nt to any the London district. T he great flare
n e a r M ocaratebi have su rre n d e re d .
asa - *
cific Alaska Navigation com pany Into condition, holding th a t as a m a tte r of from the hurtling a ir c r a f t was visible
T h r e e brigades of in fa n try inflicted
p E i r r c N V at
s e rio u s losses on a rebel force n e a r
a new ste a m ship com pany to be known right they w ere Justified In requiring ^or a *OWK distance.
Kiffen Y. Rockwell of A tla n ta was as the Pacific Ste a m sh ip com pany Is O eneral P e r .h ln g to leave th e ir coun-
Z e m a bc e on S e p te m b e r 26.
D estruction of n Zeppelin Sunday
s h o t to d e a th the o th e r day a t the V er­
,
*
i try, and as a m a tte r of
E a r ly winter, predicted by Indians dun front by a G erm an in a Taube, announced here,
. friendship, P re sid e n t W ilson o u g h t not n *kht by th e British m ade a total of
a n d birds, arrived in Baker. Or., a t 11 while the A m erican circled aro u n d in
T he merger, affecting 13 large pas to h e sita te In directing him to r e tu r n fH,ir wlthln a m onth. O ne was brought
o c lo c k Tuesday night, when snow fell b j8 a rm o re d b a ttle plane.
th e n ig h t of
• r and fre ig h t ste a m sh ip s of t h - n orth of the border.
| J down **"
"* Septem lm
‘ r 3 in the
in th e c ity ’s stre e ts. L ittle m ore than
Rockwell is th e second A m erican i Pacific Coast S te a m sh ip com pany and | H ere th e m a tte r rests. T h e Ameri o u tsk irts of London and two more on
a t r a c e fell in the city, but the snow fn e r tQ be killed in action
T hree nine of the Pacific A laska Navigation r a n com m issioners forw arded
the the night of S e p te m b e r 23. One of
in th e hills was heavy. ............
It is th e earli- m onths ago Corporal Victor C hapm an company, will go Into effect Novem ber fa r t s to S e c re ta ry L ansing who will thp ZePP«llns on th e la tte r da te set-
e a t snow in tw o years, . N.r2
of * ew V j r k . also a ) r m b e r of th e »• T he m e rg e r was ratified by the HUbmit the re p o rt to th e p re sid e n t for t,ed to e a r th
Kently th a t h e r crew
w a s done to crops, practically
tieally all be Franco-A m erican Corps, w as killed a t 'b o a r d s of dire c to rs of the Pacific C oast j,is decision.
w ere uble to escape. T he command-
in g h a rv e ste d
Ing officer and h e r crew of 22 men
Verdun in a ba ttle with G erm an aero-1 com pany and the Pacific A laska Navi-|
su rre n d e re d to police constables and
Soon a f t e r being a ppointed nation company, the fo rm e r m eeting
T h e A m erican A ssociation of Wool­ plane.
are still In custody.
e n a n d W orsted M a n u fa c tu re rs tele­ s e r g e a n t Rockwell saved Chapm an | in JS’ew York and the la tte r in Tacom a
T he financial details of the m erger
The o th e r crew s w ere killed and,
g ra p h e d th e d e p a r tm e n t of com m erce d u rin g a fight w ith G e rm a n airm en
with few exceptions, the bodies were
J w ere not given o u t in the announce-
p ro te stin g a g a in st th e holding up of n e a r Verdun.
unrecognizably burned.
\ m ent
here, but th e vessels involved
th e c e n su s re p o rt on dyestuffs. Sec­
1 Success In bringing down the raid-
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a re said to be valued a t more than
r e ta r y Red field replied th a t th e re p o rt crow d , to
Denver. — Continued dem and
fill th e long tra in on ahead, $12 000 000
ers In each Instance was a tta in e d vlr-
w a s being w ithheld te m p o ra rily to af but o th e r women a r e to join th e pa rty 1
A m erican h orses by British
and tutslly In the o u ts k ir ts of London and
In
m
aking
the
annou
n
c
e
m
e
n
t,
Man-
ford p ro p e r privacy to tra n s a c tio n s of on t be way> to go as far as th e y can
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. a g e r A. F. H aines of th e Pacific Alas t r e n c h g ove rnm e nts For u w on Euro- ( indicates sy ste m a tic and favorable
d y e im p o rte rs
i or..fh ro Hfl!
Pa r t s of the country j [;a N avigation com pany, gave out the pean battlefields has robbed broncho- stre n g th e n in g of th e defenses of the
Mason D. Hill, aged 94, of P o rt
which they a r e heat acquainted, following s ta te m e n t pre p a re d by Pres busting of Its glam our and reduced (;ity a g a in st a ir raids. It has boon as-
" ” * • those who left on th e H ughes w om en s ¡dent H F A lexander-
th a t tu n e h onored Industry and foa sorted by the British w a r office th a t
T o w n se n d , Wash., th e oldest * Oddfel­
low in th e world in y e a rs a s well as special w ere:
T he Pacific S te a m sh ip com pany tu r e of frontie r cele b ra tio n s to the no Zeppelin has been able to Inflict
Some noted women w o rk e rs a m o n g ; ha9 be,.n formod by the ,,aclflc i! o a it level of m ere drudgery
in m em bership, received a 70-year jew ­
dam age of m ilitary consequence w ith ­
H undre ds of horses from all sec- in the limits of London In r e c e n t
Miss Mary Antin, noted social settle Steam ship com pany and the Pacific-
el from his associates, the p r e s e n ta ­
tion being m ade by H. G. M erritt, m e n t worker.
A laska N avigation com pany to o p e ra te tion8 of the Rocky *iountaln region j m onths
g ra n d m a s te r of Oddfellows of W a s h ­
Miss H elen V arw ick Boswell, suf- ; a ]ong the e n tire Pacific Coast, includ a r e *,ouKh t for European export a t the
ington. Mr. Hill is the first Oddfellow frage le a d e r and social w orker, who ¡ng Alaska, with th e f u r th e r purpose , , »'nvf‘r sto c k y a rd s daily# and m any | A m sterdam , via London.—T he mill-
to be en title d to such a jewel.
was form erly in c h a rg e of w elfare Qf extending its service in o th e r direc ° “ *r h u n d re d s a r e rejected.
E ach tary critic of the F r a n k f u r te r Zeltung
work a m ong women in the P a n a m a tion8> and has m ade a r r a n g e m e n ts to »0«*»»! m u s t be m ounted and ridden s;iyH conditions for Zeppelin attack
More th a n 2000 s tu d e n ts reg iste re d
anal Zone u n d e r the a d m in istra tio n operate all of the vessels of the Pacific a .9. ,,ar* of Inspection,
and noted on England a m much m ore dlfflcul
difficult
for ev e n in g school w ork a t 12 public
Coast company and the Paciffc-Alaska r f f?rs “ om inany W estern Htatoa a re , than
r o . T h T e h Mrltlwh
h.
than even a a vear
y e a r a ago.
e British, he
schools which opened for cla sse s in of r I , . refiident ia*t.
T*~role Com- Navigation company.
Well-known 8ay8i have had tim e to c a r r y th e ir de-
P o r tla n d W ednesday night. With the j m issioner of New York
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fense m e a su re s to th e h ig h e st perfec-
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"In view of the g re a t s c a rc ity of v e s-, . ,
,
.
ex c e p tio n of th r e e schools, all a r e well
Miss Maude E Miner, a t th e head of 3els on the ,>ariflc Coast due to th<, «hips in th e p a st now a r e riding as tion.
u p to the a v erage in a tte n d a n c e , and,
a c c o rd in g to Jo h n C. Veatch, su p e rv is­ probation w ork for girls in New York. I g re a te r dem and for them in o th e r niany a8 50 hor8e9 a »lay.
Mrs. Gifford Pinchot, wife of th e g r a d e s , and the Inability to secure ad
. 7 he B’T 1P' yl, of “Kun fodder.” as the
Japanese Ship $1,000,000.
or, a s u b sta n tia l increase is expected.
fo rm e r chief f o r e ste r in the d e p a r t- , dItional vessels u n d e r e xisting condi | ,r id e ™ cw
aU Vhe horses seem s unend-
San
Francisco.—A million dollars In
N e a rly every nation was re p re se n te d m e n t of a g ric u ltu re and progressive Uon8 for the , rade of th e P a c i f i c 1
T he sta n d a rd of -------------------
re q u ire m e n ts
In th e re g istra tio n s.
gold
w
ere
driven through San F ra n c is­
p a r ty le a de r
! Coast, the Pacific™Coast*company and ,w as ,0 ™ r1ed »«jnew hat when receipts
Mrs. N elson O’S haughnessy, wife of the Pacific A laska N avigation com- j h(!Kan falling off, and horses; arc being co S unday n ig h t In two express w ag­
Sim u lta n e o u sly with the a nnounc e ­
m e n t t h a t 20,000 em ployes of the th e fo rm e r c h a rg e d'a ffa lrs for the pany, a fte r carefully c onsidering the accepted **‘>w th a t were rejected for- ons, and p e d e stria n s h u r ry in g through
W hole sa le C lothiers’ A ssociation of U nited S ta te s a t Mexico City.
situatlon, have decided th a t they can joerly.
S h ip m e n ts c ontinue to he the rain knew nothing of It. T he gold
C hicago would receive a reduction In
b e st serve the In te re sts of th e public heavy, and weekly p urchases often r e p re se n ts p a r t of the savings of th e
run
Into
the
thousands.
w o rk in g hours w ith o u t loss of pay, a
Ja p a n e so of California, and Is en
with more efficient service and more
Youngest General Dead.
v o lu n ta ry wage Increase of 2*4 cents
route to Ja p a n from th e Yokohama
frequent sailings by o p e ra tin g th e two
P hiladelphia.—G alusha P e nny pack­ fleets under a m a n a g e m e n t th a t will
a n h o u r for em ployes of the o pe ra ting
Specie Bank of this city. Tho tr e a s u r e
Meatless Day Advised.
d e p a r t m e n t all over th e U nited S ta te s er, said to have been the youngest e lim inate the disa d v a n ta g e s to the
Is contained In 20 boxes and w as put
London.—One m eatless day a week aboard a tra in for Seattle, to be t r a n s ­
w as announced by Wilson & Co., Ar­ g e n e ra l of th e Civil W ar, died a t a traveling and shipping public which
m o u r & Co., Swift & Co., Libby, Mc­
necessarily a tte n d the operation o f t h e ^ or aU not engaged In heavy m anual ferred to a Ja p a n e so liner.
N eil & Co., and Morris & Co. T he hospital h e r e T u e sd a y night. H e was two fleets separately."
labor is th e chief recom m endation for
in c r e a s e s granted by the pa c ke rs will 70 y e a rs old and had been 111 two
Motor Ship Line Planned.
years.
G
eneral
P
e
n
n
y
p
a
c
k
e
r
had
e
n
­
a f f e c t 60,000 men, while about 20,000
gross tonnage of m ore th a n 55,000'
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T. r
San Francisco.—A m o to r ship lino
listed
in
the
N
inth
P
e
n
n
sy
lv
a
n
ia
Vol­
will be benefited by th e reduction of
tons, the tonnage of the Pacific Coast ,hftea
„
!
Wh'? h betw een San F rancisco and N orw ay
h o u r s in th e clothing tr a d e s from 50 u n te e rs a t th e age of 16 and in a little S team ship com pany being m ore than
tho lnf ; e « « ‘n
| tne cost of living. T he com m ittee also Is to be Ina ugura te d n e x t m onth by
to 48. T o the pa c ke rs the increase over th r e e y e a rs becam e a brigadier- 34 oon tons
’
tons.
I recom m ended th e opening of m eat th e N orw egian Pacific line, a S c a n ­
will m e a n an additional payroll of $4,- general. He was re ta in e d In th e regu­
la
r
a
r
m
y
and
in
1883
w
as
r
e
tire
d
with
shops in d istric ts w here r e ta ile rs a re dinavian concern. It w as announced
©00,000 a year. T h e action of both
obtaining excessive profits. A third here. T h e Bayard, a m o to r ship now
g a r m e n t m a k e rs and pa c ke rs w as vol­ the b re v e t ra n k of major-general.
Hermit Learns of War.
en route from C h ristia n ia to Boston,
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u n ta r y , It was announced. In n e ith e r
Marysville, Cal.—Jo h n C. Carlton, a step advised Is the revision of pay­ which 1 h due h e re la te In October, will
rolls.
c a s e w as th e re t h r e a t of labor diffi­
Unions Seat Japanese.
be the first of th e new line to call.
75-year-old miner, discovered th e E u ­
c u ltie s.
E u re k a , Cal.— B. Suzuki, president
ropean w a r T hursday, w he n he paid
K in g C o n sta n tin e of Greece is ready of th e L a b o r e r s ’ Frie n d ly Society of
F reight Backs Into S tr e e t c a r ; 10 Die.
Car Shortage Hits Baker, Or.
Ja p a n , was seated as a f r a te rn a l dele­ Marysville his f ir s t visit in three
to d e c la r e w a r on Bulgaria.
Detroit.—T e n persons wero killed
Baker, Or.—Tho continued shortage
P e n d le to n , Or., w he t m a r k e t is gate on th e floor of th e California years. Carlton lives in a cabin in the of freight cars Is still e m b a rra ssin g and m ore th a n 25 Injured, several
Yuba
county
m
ountains.
H
e
once
sub­
S
ta
te
F
e
d
e
ra
tio
n
of
I^ihor
convention,
p r a c tic a lly a t a sta n d still on account
th e Baker lum ber companies, who r e ­ probably fatally, late S u n d a y night,
a f te r a lively contest. T he final vote scribed to a new spaper, he said, but port th a t th e y a r e now 40 c a rs behind when a sw itch engine pushing two
o f th e sh o r ta g e of cars.
show ed only a few negatives In the the editorials did not s u it him and he
W o r k progresses ra p id ly on th e Ore­ face of determ ined opposition from the stopped them 11 years ago. Since then, in th e ir orders. Mills are still running freight c a rs c ra sh e d Into a crowtfbd
gon-W ash lngton i n te r s ta te bridge, and San F ra n c isc o delegation a t th e out­ he said, he has done all his rea d in g In and sto rin g th e lum ber th a t c a n n o t be s tr e e t c a r on th e E a s t Side. T h e re
t h e o p e n in g in th e n e a r fu tu re seem s set, w hen a favorable r e p o r t of the one book, the Bible. H is cabin is 20 shipped, but tho sto ra g e room will w ere m ore th a n 90 pe rsons in the
soon be filled. G rain de a le rs say th e ir s tr e e t car, m a n y of th e m r e tu rn in g
c e r ta in .
miles from Marysville.
c re d e n tia ls com m itte e was read.
w arehouses still ha v e plenty of room. from the th e a te rs.
A ccording to s ta tis tic s for the year
1915. th e population of Russia has in­
c r e a s e d m ore th a n 53.000,000, or 42
p e r c e n t, since 1897. It increased
m o re th a n 3,800,000. or m ore th a n 2
p e r c e n t, since 1914. T he total popu­
lation is set down as 182.182,600.
THIRTEEN STEAMERS INCLUDFD
Demand for Horses for Europe
Conlinues; Supply Seems Endless