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DEMOCRATS COUNT VICTORY
Independents Said to Have Given
Promise to Speaker Clark.
STATE NEW S
NORTHWEST INFANTRY CALLED
California, Oregon, Idaho, Montana
and Washington to Arms.
OE » CURRENT WEEK
The donkey engines for the new log
Washington, D. C. — Organization of
San Francisco, March 25.
ging camp to be established by John
the new house by the Democrats is de
son & Moores, Inc., near Seaside, are
to be assured by Representative
President Directs Recruiting of clared
expected to arrive at once and the o f National Guani infantry regiments, Brief Resume Most Important
Raiutalll, o f California, Prohibitionist
camp w ill he in operation within a one each in Oregon, Washington, Idaho
and one o f the five so-called indcpend-
Navy to Full War Strength. j t ents,
and Montana, and three in California,
Daily News Items.
on whom the political complexion week or ten days.
! o f the house seemed to hinge.
A meeting o f fruitgrowers o f the immediately and at full war strength,
Mr. Randall has returned to Wash- Albany section o f the state at which it was announced Sunday at the head
' ington from Ix>s Angeles. On reading co-operative marketing anil plans for quarters hero o f the Western depart
j a statement issued by Republican the establishment o f a cannery there ment o f the army.
1 Leader Mann, offering to retire from w ill be discussed, w ill be held in A l
Oregon’s Third regiment o f infantry
the race for the sjteakership in favor bany next Wednesday.
has been eaUed to the color«.
I o f Speaker Clark i f a bi-partisan or
Another Hvde-Henson case has been
Orders came late Sunday night from
Tw o New Military Departments Cre [ non-partisan organization were agreed decided in favor o f the state. Attorney
Secretary o f War Raker direct to Gov Events o f Noted People, Governments
| on, he said Mr. Mann was too late,
General Brown receiving word from ernor Withycombe, who promptly com
ated and 11 Regiments National
that he was in a position to say that
and Pacific Northwest and Other
Circuit Judge Calkins, o f Jackson municated them to Adjutant General
enough o f the independents would vote
Guard To Do Police Duty.
county, that he has so disposed o f the
Things Worth Knowing.
j with the Democrats to g ive the latter cause in that county, involving about White.
a m ajority and assure the administra-
2300 acres o f school land.
war came to the governor by telegraph
tion controll by its j»arty o f both j
I. N. Clark and G. Callighan, o f in the following lunguage:
Washintgon, D. C.— President W il
Berlin claims to have sunk 80,000
“ Having in view the necessity o f
son took steps Sunday to place the na-1 There have been indications for sev- j Oakland, Cal., have taken a long-term
tons shipping capacity in the “ last
eral days that the Democratic leaders | lease o f the box factory in North Mend affording a more perfect protection
tion on a war footing.
few days. “
had received satisfactory information from the Southern Pacific
Railroad ugain«t the (WHsible interference with
By executive order he directed that concerning the independents. Speaker company and bought the machinery postal and commercial fa cilitie« on the
President Wilson will issue within
the navy be recruited without delay to Clark and other spokesmen o f the from F.
W. Kern, who formerly m ilitary channels and instrumentalitiea the next few days an order requiring
full authorized war strength o f 87,000 | party have predicted the outcome ap- »[«-‘rated the industry. The new own- o f the United State« in the state e f examinations for candidates for nomi
Oregon, and being unable with the nations as flrHt, second and third-class
j era w ill repair and make additions.
Taken in connection parently with complete confidence.
regular troops availatde to inaure the |Mistmastcrs to go into effect April 1.
with emergency naval construction al- ! » h . P n r i n ' n
f m ' !!!,"
Provision in a joint resolution o f the
the organisation tights with - 14 m im -; recent legislative assembly that tax faithful execution o f the law« o f the
Thu London Daily Express says it
ready ordered, this means that the hers each and 218 votes are required ret.,.ipta aha|| bl. made uniform in the Union in thi« regard, the President I iuh
learns that Prince Friedrich Karl, o f
President has exercised the full lim it to elect the speaker.
So four o f the various counties w ill have no effect
Prussia, shot down by artillery while
Inasmuch as all tax re- | ity vested in him by the constitution (lying in an airplane over the British
o f the legal powers as commander in live independents must join the Demo- this year
erata to re-elect , peaker t lark unless eei|,ti» for this year have been printed,
lines near Peronne, has died from his
ch ief to prepare the navy for war.
! there are defections from the Republi- HIMj ¡,urne o f them put into circulation, necessary for the purpose.
For the army, the President directed
nu effort will be made t<> establish a
the President to call into the service
President Wilson denies an applica
that two new military departments be
Representative Mann said he proba- uniform receipt,
o f the
States forthwith, tion for pardon o f Maury I. Diggs and
created in the Atlantic coast region. bly would see some other Republican !
W hile high school districts in many through you, the following units o f the F. Drew Caminetti, convicted at San
The order means that the task o f or , leaders to present his views.
1 willing, he said, to make the race for parts o f the state are making arrange National Guard o f the state o f Oregon, Francisco under the white slave law.
ganizing whatever army congress may
speaker i f a majority o f the Republi- ments for establishing military train which the President desires shall be This means that the men must begin
authorize w ill be divided among six | cans favor such a course, despite his ing squads under the provisions o f an assembled at the [dace designated to ! prison sentences.
departmental commanders instead o f personal belief that it would be to the act o f the last legislature, which goes j you by the Commanding general o f the
A carload o f bottled goods manufac
Partisan into effect May 21, there seems to he Western department at San Francisco, tured in St. Paul and described by the
four, in the interests o f speed and effi country’s
affairs should have no place in the in- grave doubt as to whether they will Cal., and which said commanding gen | manufacturers ns “ a malt and hop
ciency in mobilization.
! coming house, he said, and whether ever be able to perfect such squads eral has been directed to communicate tonic,” was seized at a Seattle rail
The third step was to assume as a 1 the country is to have peace or war it under the terms of the act, owing to I to you:
road terminal by Sergeant Victor Put-
“ Third regiment, infantry, Oregon
national duty the task o f protecting I is essential that all parties unite at lack o f equipment.
I uuin, o f the (sdice dry squad.
American industries from domestic | once to exfiedjte irrqiortant public bus-
Sheriff Gage and his deputies, o f I
The possibility o f American partici-
“ B AK E R , Secretary o f W ar.”
disorders in the event o f hostilities. ines.
Marshfield, found 80 bottles o f whiskey |
pation in the war on the side o f the
For this purpose 11 full infantry regi
in the berth o f the sailors on th e ;
allies was dismissed ss a minor matter
ments, two separate battalions and one
steamship Breakwater, and arrested A.
37 Dead at New Albany.
by General von Stein, Prussian minis
separate company o f national guard
Erickson, E. Ross, John Christensen,
ter o f war, in an interview with the
New Albany, Ind.— Six additional John la k k is and W alter W ilterm eier. j
w ere called back into the Federal
' Berlin correspondent o f a Kuda|>cst
service to act as national police in im deaths reported Sunday made a total The sailors could not g ive bail until Portland Artillerymen Called Out to
portant districts. Supplanting these o f 37 persons who lost their lives be the agent communicated with the home
Defend Arteries of Traffic.
Torpedoing o f the Norwegian steam
troops, a regiment o f Pennsylvania cause o f the storm here Saturday. office in San Francisco and was author
with two Americans
guard and two companies o f Georgia Three-fourths o f the wrecked area has ized to sign for $150.
infantry, en route home from the or been explored, and the list o f missing
Portland — Oregon National guard alsmrd, and the British schooner < 'hur
der for muster out, were ordered re is being reduced almost hourly by re
troops have received their first call to ley, with three Americans, was rcjsirt-
ports from missing persons who have Portland capitalists in a plant to estab war duty.
ed Tuesday to the State department.
tained in the Federal service.
The W ilfred was warms! by the Ger
The President’s orders were made been cared for in private homes.
O f the 100 or more who were in Florence, the seaport town o f Western Withycombe,
known in terse official statements is
the Eighth company, I man submarine that sunk her, but car
sued by both departments.
N o ex jured, it was said probably 75 were
ried no contraband or armament.
ment o f the project at Eugene, when Coast artillery corps, Oregon National
planation accompanied them except the badly hurt, but that less than a dozen
guard, o f Portland, was called out F ri
Reuter’s Stockholm correspondent
statement that organization o f the were in a serious condition.
scribed toward the project in Portland ! day night by Adjutant General George cables that the Swidish minister o f
The institution o f relie f measures
m ilitary departments, effective May 1,
A. White to guard the North Bank i foreign affairs has let it be known that
Citizens o f Louisville and that the remaining $50,000 will be ! railroad bridge across the Columbia
was designated to faciliate decentral was prompt.
no attempt at peace mediation has
subscribed $12,000 and sent motor
ization o f command.
river, connecting Oregon sml Wash- l>een made by Sweden.
Following is the executive order trucks loaded with food and clothing.
As a reward to those boys and girls ington, and the Haniman railroad was called forth by a New York dis
bringing the navy up to war strength:
o f Oregon who can establish records o f bridge in Portland,
patch, published in a Ismdon news
‘ ‘ By virtue o f the authority vested merce here issued an appeal to the having been neither absent nor tardy
N o other troops arc to be called out paper, in regard to alleged attempts
in the President by act o f congress”
during the school year, J. A. Churchill, for the present, but the National guard in this direction by Sweden and Spain.
approved August 29, 1916, entitled 000 was needed. State troops are su superintendent o f public instruction, is ready for any emergency,
A great crowd o f |>easanta, soldiers
‘ An act making appropriations for the pervising the work o f clearing away is preparing a beautifully lithographed
They will guard Imth the Oregon and
naval service for the fiscal year ending the wreckage and searching the ruins Certificate o f Award. This certificate Washington ends o f the bridge, as well and workmen, Hay a dispatch from
June 30, 1917, and for other purposes,’ for bodies.
will be signed by the teacher, the as the approaches on the Oregon side, Petrograd, went singing and cheering
It is hereby directed that the author-1
county school superintendent and the j which included the separate bridge to the house o f the lute Count Tolstoy
at Yasnaya Poliana Wednesday ami
ized enlisted strength o f the navy be i
superintendent o f public instruction. across the Oregon slough.
Liner St. Louis in Port.
increased to 87,000 men.
A number o f the county school super-
By arrangements made by General sent a deputation to greet the widowed
Washington, D. C.— The American inetndents have expressed a desire for
(Signed) “ W OODROW W IL S O N .”
White with Captain Ernbach, United countess in behalf o f the Russian
The navy must enroll immediately liner St. Louis, first armed American such certificates to present to their States army, in command at Vancou people. The countess was Hsked to
approximately 20,000 men to reach the ship to cross the Atlantic, has arrived pupils, and it is the b elief o f Superin ver barracks, the two platoons o f the come out with the portrait o f Count
required strength, Secretary Daniels safely at her destination, Secretary tendent Churchill that the presenting Eighth company w ill be quartered Tolstoy ami Hhe complied.
supplemented the order with personal Daniels announced Tuesdy.
o f these certificates w ill do much to there. Arrangements also have been all knelt and chanted.
telegrams to newspaper editors a l l ! Information as to the arrival o f the stimulate perfect attendance among made for their subsistence at the army
The bodies o f the two missing Can
over the country urging them to aid steamer came to the Navy department the boys and girls o f the state. Any post.
yon Creek, Douglas county, miners, D.
teacher who wishes to secure these
As in time o f war the North Bank F. Stearns and E. E. Lautzenhiser,
in New York.
The company wished certificates for her pupils may do so
railway bridge would be o f the great were found by the searching party
i to make known the fact to relieve the j by applying to her county school super
est importance, General White issued from Kerby Tuesday in the wreck o f
Germans Framing New Peace
; anxiety o f those having relatives or intendent.
his orders for their guarding at once. their cabin buried under an eight-foot
Offer, Says Newspaper
Both the North Bank bridge and the bank o f snow. The men were the vic
American passengers aboard.
i into bone-dry Oregon was unearthed Harriman bridge have for some time tims o f a Hnowslide at least two weekH
Berne, via Paris — Peace negotia
Jews Get A ll Advantages.
by the police at Albany when two men I ^e®n un,^'r guard by watchmen and ago. The bodies were found lying in
tions were begun Monday, says the
the bed, indicating the slide occurred
as hobos were captured with ; P ™ * « ^ ¡ ^ ' X . w e v e "
it w ^ f e l t
Journal de Geneve, which does not re
during the night, the men being
ity o f Jews in Russia with all others 24 quarts o f whisky in their posses-
the^ t wo Uaflic arteries w e r i o f
veal the source o f its information, but to own Dronertv to reside in anv 8,on‘
This liquor was concealed In n«t int.se iw > Irani arteries were or crushed down and suffocated under the
weight o f the snow. The upper part
declares it is absolutely reliable. Ger place, to serve in the army and navy,
navy [ blanket rolls, exactly like those carried to any danger o f damage, and so troops
o f the cabin was carried away.
many would offer to restore territory to participate in educational advan by workmen beating their way on will protect them indefinitely.
The Russian government has ordered
she occupies in France, except in the tages and at the polls has been pro freight trains.
that the deposed emjieror and his con
mining district o f Briey, in exchange claimed officially, says advices re-
Miss Irene Medinnes, aged 23, o f
T. R. Would Hear “ Dixie”
sort shall be regarded as having been
fo r a channel port, Calais or Dunkirk, cieved at the Russian embassy.
' Portland, was killed, and Mrs. M. L.
o f their liberty, and that they
Therefore, it is understood, there Granning, also o f Portland, sustained
and an indemnity Of 15,000,000,000
on War Front in France deprived
Bhall be brought to Tsarskoc-Selo.
w ill be no further restrictions on the is serious spinal injuries when their auto
Jacksonville, F la.— Theodore Roose
“ Germany would also offer,” says sue o f passports to Russia or American mobile,
driven by Mrs. Granning,
Admittance to the residence o f Pre
the newspaper, “ to restore the t e r r i- ( Jews who desire to visit Russia than ; turned turtle off a grade half a mile velt, in an address here Sunday, said mier Lloyd George was gained Thurs
torial integrity and the sovereignty of those common to other persons.
north of Corvallis about noon Monday, he would have a division o f American day by a man supposed to be o f un
Belgium on condition that Belgium
j They were the only occupants o f the soldiers in the trenches o f France sound mind.
It was only with diffi
within four or five months if permis
would not be allowed to maintain a na- ,
Germany to Seize Grain.
culty that he was overpowered and ar
sion would be given by the govern
tional army and that Germany would ! Berlin— The German government an-
Douglas county’s largest quicksilver ment.
be permitted to garrison Namur, L iege „ounces that all grains still in the
The statement was made just after
President Gompers and Secretary
and Antwerp perpetually”
hands o f consumers
above limited mine, a few miles from Yoncalla, will
I t is added by the newspaper that quantities w ill be seized for the bene be in full operation some time next the band had played “ D ixie,” and Col Morton o f the American Federation o f
“ I Labor, presented to Attorney General
Germany must have control o f the Bel fit o f the public. This is a result of week, according to E. B. Perrine. The onel Roosevelt had remarked:
gian railroads and ports and be favor the recent census which revealed a mine, idle for 15 years, has just been would like to hear that tune against Gregory Friday a protest against the
declaration o f the Supreme court in
ably treated in an economic treaty. shortage from the expectations o f last thoroughly renovated. The mine was Von Hindenburg’s line in France.”
The Colonel said the United States the Adamson law decision, that the
This is not the program o f Pan-Ger fall. Special committees accompanied recently acquired by Montana capital-
mans, but the actual terms o f the Ger by military aid w ill visit all farms. ists, and J. A. Anderson placed in should carry the war to Germany. He right o f railroad employes to strike is
pleaded for universal m ilitary training. limited by the public interest.
man government, says the Journal.
Secreted grain will be confiscated and charge.
paid for at the rates in the Berlin dis
The New Hampshire house o f repre
As the fruit o f agitation lasting two
Fellowship is Memorial.
Labor to Be Replaced.
trict in 1916.
sentatives [lasses a bill which would
years, the O.-W. R. & N. company has
Cambridge, Mass.— The Harvard cor
Washington, D. C.— Commissioner
establish state-wide prohibition on
determined to institute a motorcar
German Crewa Moved.
poration announced recently the accept May 1, 1918.
General Caminetti, o f the Immigration
service between Elgin and La Grande.
service, announces that the United
Philadelphia— Several hundred mem The service is an experiment and i f ance o f a g ift o f $24,782, to estahlsh a
fellowship as a memorial to Victor
The 35th Texas legislature adjourned
States employment service, with its bers o f the crews o f the German aux unprofitable w ill be abandoned.
Chapman, the aviator killed in action Friday after a renewed unsuccessful
more than 80 branches, is prepared to iliary cruisers Krownprinz Wilhelm
The price o f common labor, it is near Verdun while a member o f the attack on the “ bone-dry” county op
unify the labor resources o f the coun and Prinz Eitel Friedrich, interned at
try. Plans are being made for locat the Philadelphia navy yard since last concluded, w ill be forced higher in flying corps o f the French army. The tion bill passed by both houses earlier
ing, ready for call, persons to replace October, started Tuesday under a Marshfield, for there is a scarcity of fund, which was raised by 74 persons, in the day. The bill prohibits manu
men taken into the active service o f heavy guard o f marines for Fort O gle men. The Riverton mine, which has will be used to award a fellowship an facture in any “ dry” county o f intoxi
cating liquors for sale, for any purpose
the army and navy. The employment thorpe and Fort McPherson, Ga., recently renewed stopes and the entire nually to a student from France.
Chapman was a member o f the Har whatever, in prohibition territory in
service is co-operating with the Na where they w ill be kept until further interior o f the property, is short about
vard class o f 1913
tional defense council labor committee. orders.
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