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Today 's News Printed Today leased Wire Dispatches l; iiliRTY-EIGHTH YEAR SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, APRIL 6, 1915, If IS Fill! II WHEN TRAIN HQ E 11 PHIPF. two rv!fra ow tbaim ajtd iriiwi - " vr ao HTAKma Turn rrmrrrn earn Killed When Driver At tempts to Cross Track Ahead of Train f mL KNOWN FARMER lul Crushed and Right Arm Broken at Crossing Near Fairgrounds Complete Exhaustion Will Force Nations to Stop and End Reign of Militarism San Francisco, April 6,Compiete exhaustion of all belligerent powers will end the war and bring about the downfall of militarism withiu five months. This was the prediction today of Dr. David Starr Jordan, chancellor of Stanford University, in an address be fore the Social Progress eongress in the civic auditorium here. Dr. Jordan believes that the net re sults of the conflict will be the neutral ization of Constantinople and the Dardanelles, an effort to restore Helgium and guarantee its neutrality, the giving of autonomy to Armenia, Alsace, Lorraine and Finland and, the neutralization of trade channels, so that all use of warships on the high seas will be forbidden by international law. These tremendous events will not nPrtlll nf .nna nnnnrMnr frt Tt Tno.ln.i Wing liis horsej Into a run to cross ! jn facti tue 'neutralization of trade TWO ORE. COLLEGES ARE ADVANCED TO HANK OF STANDARD Albany and McMinnville Col leges Meet Requirements of U. S. Bureau 0. A. C. BE ELIGIBLE WHEN ADOPTS SECOND COURSE !J it track atad cf trie 0:20 train. B. W. fclorpn, a farmer residing in Polk V ninty was piobnuly fatally injured nd Doth or his nones were killed nt .,e eroisinK e n Pacific highway north f tke fair grounds nt 0:33 this morn At this crossing the road almost jj-.raf.eli the traik f ir a abort distance ' nj both the train and Mr, Morgan : ; re going north. The accident was t itueseed by John Cougill, of this cit' ! jha wai a passenger on tho train. Mi ;fj. nfill said that Mr. Morgan was driv .. '! along slov.iy apparently half nsloop .'fti'i the linos Black when the engine ,iiiitW for the crossing. The whistle Jutlled liim and he awoke and lashed ;1 Ww to force tiicm across the tek before the trnin got there. !'i i'k( concaic. tier of tlio engine strck and threw one of the horses u high as the smoke stack, f.Jf.Ohout the headlight and knock- '1 rIiis i number plate out of the y ihifh ia uliout as high as the head r1'1" the purine. One horse was f;W insiniuly uud the other mi badtv f T "' h4 to be shot. . UyrJ, v,i,o a, a ii, :" '""'' "tod tlu,t t,,. ,u. m ! .Tacot De Shnzor died lit West. Stnvton . piinpiil injury was cmi.,w,i i,v' the ! April 1, age 41 years. Hp leaves a wife ... mK lh.a.ii,,,,,, fl.,1n ,, iniiil eight cliililren, 5 girls, 3 hoys, old- Ifi" head mi the rilit d,. .,'s' est 17 years nnd youngest 10 months, -' 'I'll in in ne place n ;ir,, , .J' three brothers and tw0 sisters. f''iin i't a man's i:h,, :,, ,, t.m.. Mr. De Shnzer has been niling for ."' temple Kunuil ,.. h(. ,,r i i sometime, until He who knows all HM'K ! lui in--it...I ... . t il ' .... . ..... imere lie la. I mii (.. iUuhv,,v The el,, and face were 'M'l-t arm was '! r "i""sness and 1. o nvover The inji.n.d niau channel is still a long way off, in his opinion, but he hopes that they will be made neutral "ultimately." "The treaty of peace will not settle anything," said Dr. Jordan. "War never does. The people of Europe will make another war impossible. Arma ments will be reduced. No nation maintain the $10,000,000 a day pace maintained during the rivalry from 18(18 to lli). "The great burden of this war falls on those who cannot atrike back, women, children, non-combntauts and neutrals. I hope to see- tlio abolition of conscription and I hope that the atmosphere of lies and hate that sur rounds nil military operations may bo dissipated. "The treaty 0f peace will come, not through victory, but through utter dis tress. When every house is a house of mourning we will have peace." West Stayton Man Passes To Great Beyond "nnui.jn ,mI in. Mr. More,,,, has trim the shock ''Hipression of the things saw fit to relieve him of all suf foriug. .He lived a christian life, and was held in high esteem lv all who knew him. He was n kind and loving miner, nml left a vacant place that cannot be filled. Funeral services were held" near West Stayton, W. 0. Clark ot hugune otficiating. STEAMER "iS SUNK. T?,., A.-.:! n Jl i ,. ...:f , i . i ii nun rriiiitf(i nrrt X tint',, i-iri- .,,,1 ... ' . . t ii in evening tlitit tlio Htentncr Lmgi 1J'Iit lh,- at(, ot- 1 1 ,. . . VM ' 111 Vnrodi, onrouto from Baltimore with inn fonr ,,!.., r..,' llv'"K 1 u onrco of pobI. hod boon NhelW nml f "l-s from th in " 'iiv on inn di, u., n ....i . rtuiin ii u VUTIIIIIII ri 111. ?'- lives llowel , ,1 "rV8l'"rt M "Ot confirmed officially i . p 'k i ins i;iunr'; Tiie re Four Other Colleges Hereto fore Admitted to Standard by Department WIFE MAlMi NOISES. ' Cleveland, April 6. That he slept in a chair in the kitchen for two year because his wife talked in her sleep vas Angelo Valentino's answer and cross petition to hi wife's suit for di vorce. "My wife took medicine that kept har awake, and she made funny noises," said Valentino. COMMISSION MAKES REAPPORTIONMENT OF HAY FUNDS 00 NOT EXPECT United States Objects To In terference With Commerce Except By Blockade Only Such Counties As Are Bonded Are To Be Helped This Year According to tlio report of Dr. S. P. C-ipen, of 'he V. 8. bureau of education, 'cceivcu and made public today by tvnre ocutoi superintendent (;liurehill, Albany college and McMinpville college have been advanced to the rank of standard colleges in coiformity with the n quirenru-.ts of tho 1'. S. burenu of stiindnrds for colleges. Undr this class ification and the luws of Oregon grad uates from atundurd colleges are en titled to receive eo lificates to teach ie the high schools of tho state without xamination. -The bureau has already found by pre- v oils inspection that the University of .regon, Willamette univcisity, Pacific university and Hie Kecd college to bo standard, nnd Albany and McMinnvillo c lieges have, been admitted since the List inspection made by Dr. Unpen in .March. Tuo Uregon Agricultural col ''ge meets tho requirements in every v.ay excepting cunt it does not require 1 four-year secondary 'course for en trance. The hoard of regents, howover. i.f....i ,.,,tn.i,.. null n.i u. i.:. inconsistent (vitU.tlie tuik-mn obligu f.ction of the bonrd tnlws effect the '". rw" n.ti.,t:.w .in i,. ipi.... cncuinstanccs." ii'.udents who have grndunted from Al L IC K"Blnt' hIio.iIcI mnko such a clnim Wuthington, April 6. An early re ply to the note transmitted to both Great Britain And Trance la protest against tlu British' order In council, was hardly expected by the adminis tration today, but. the allien now have betore them the. flat statement thn. the United States does no recognize the right of beliigeuts to block neu tral commerce without the establish ment of a blockide. Great Britain was told that: Tho order in council, if actually en forced, would de.iy the sovereign right of peaceful nations' and assert unlim ited rights of bciligernnU over neutral commerce in the jMiropenn area. hven though a blockade existed, is nssured thai non-contriilirnnd ship ments would b perinitted to bo trans ported through ntiitrnl countries to bel ligerent tonito',;. Leo claim of LngUiiid as to justifica tion for interfo-ing with the right of the United Stu4"s and its citizens can be admitted, as this Would b? n neutral act toward Kngiaiid enemies, "obvious- BOWLBY ESTIMATES RE- DUCED BY COMMISSION Yamhill County Delegation Appeals To Board For Road Funds In Vain Six Oregon Railways and Steamship Companies Are Formally Purchased ENGLISH LABOR MEN OPPOSE CAMPAIGN I """e when Hi. ,. :i ' 1 1,1 IHIP Al()l'f!an living In tills eoulitv, and "has tan l.r, I, v'"' '''liTn!l1.! ell''f ''" Mrs. Silvia Doiightmen. I t'larniii-p M ,uii '"organ' The train wns in churge of Kngineer ""'n- "'! a sister .Miss C. I.ang and Conductor Fred Harvey. pow and Arrow Weaoons ' , Most Needed in Trenches i.l0S?r jy111''"1 - Shepherd. was needed. You couldn't shoot an '' ' lr' -J (liy mall to New explosive into the other trench; you 4 ' iiuii,i,., y1ui in,),,,,,,,, must drop it-in. Jt was the prehistoric ! "e "mrhe, il() M..i(.r0'. ,,,., . "letlind of fighting; the caveninn style Kim , .. ",ro "'"P "1 of tlirowlnir wenmin. or rollinir them l , " nnni-.l u, , . .... . , - --. . 1 ..I, ... . iu arrows, ilnun hill. 1 kp,l i i ' I'P allow Soinn of XiiDolt'UU 'm uld to fitfht. mortars worp brouKlit from the inuneunin ' . hni i,., i; , cnoiigii ns or I'aris nnd put into use. mn and ' """ ln.liniw the services arrows wero secured from the archery 1,111 we Hill fn i j vinos or j arts, i ne arrows were uppeu ' f our nr. ""'"'V'" " llie with gun cotton. Hand grenades were ejpiuineii tue iiureliased bv the tlioiisands. 'Noihliij ,1,,;,,,.. . i The nrrows proved the most deadly "rin.l Hi,. : i -"H'lern s ol- of all. The mortnr bombs and the ""ninuMainj""1 l"nr,',K'l nil'l grenades were not nenrl as cf- Tiii1 AiniTj, ., ,' ,' , fei'tive ns tho French expected. It re- Hin (;, ' '"'"' experts nlni'ig niniiied for the Knglih Tommy to i-.v ...i ... '.' i e story ot liuure nt whv the unu cotton arrow "'" ;, in.lmns. fr,.-..n..- Kr,,l military lenders "lilnnkeltv-blank these hand gren- 1 I'llV llllll'V .. .l... " ...I n .1...'. 0 , ""..- MM n.n, Fii in Hit lUIIIIIIV, lllf IIOU k !' ''"lay ti ! - "MIC, , p M arn.vv i Cl nep.,,, -j-j . uu i'iHn. oi miBn uriv jnn, f ' "it rr..n n I 'n' h ,,av' tried filled it full of guncottoii, fastened I th.inui. i' " ,lu'ir twh- flle to it, lighted the contraption and am ... ' """ 111. mis. (".o.i.l dn ilici, inh hard t i"r,i 'r,'l"i Whereupon he took I tin. can which IV a...!., i .' Dl"' ' icy re lie bud emptied of strawberry jam, 1 ''"''''I in tK. ' I!"'n vr',, '"'t' threw it neross to the (lernmn trem lies ' ir.i. .1 " 1 in the r,riOnutri.. I ..v,.l...i...i ...iii. i..pP;r:.. nrr..,.. ii'i.ir T".f ,l '. . ' ? n,,anie 1 somn l.iul,!.. .... 1 1. .. .1... t. : i.. .1..,':. .'I ! . on. - ...... tuiiiiiiirn iiiuiic in... v, 13. ml Ii,,l, -.!, I,.l, ., : .1... "fll f-tr l""'.t i, a'l"i I ii.l in n who bonilis nut nf inm tins Ami l lie ii the a r"'v "t where he explo'ive expert discovered they had " I i.' I.i L'inn i,f It,, ilnP nvi.rl,.i,li...l . Tin. T.lMiiiii.'M I'X K'l lh.. lh: a ... ' m.. 1 ' 't" a, . .. , ' . ."' nar to bits, with pices ,i '!... . " ' 1'urroneil toward the Tuuitiiic. " Vmi load up linnihs were nne ti Willi iiicee uf steel tlint are suppiiseil linny and McMipnvilln colleges In June, t'lla, who have completed 15 semester ii mrs in the department of education, will receive certificates to teach with t ut examination. In determining what colleges should be recognized as stimdnru Dr. Capon i. red the resolutions which were adopt ed by the Salt l ake confeieueo of col lege and normal president and state ...perintendenls, nt iSnlt Lekn, Novem ber, 11 HI, us a guide. These resolutions follow: 1. The completion nf a four-year secondary course nbove the eighth g'ndn shall be rcquir.d foi entrance. 2. The completioc of 120 semester tours shall be required for graduation. 3. The numlr of clnss hours for the heads of uepnrl meats or fur students si nil not exceed 20 a week 4. A faculty properly qualified shall consist entirely of gndiiatiB of stand aid colleges, and each hend of a depart ment shall hold nt le.st a master's de gree from n standard cullege or have I'ttalned eminent success ur. a teacher, which success shall De dilermined by 'he chief state school officer of the sluto in which the institution is situ, ated. 5. The library stall crnsist of nt 1-nst (!,000 volun es, iielectrd with ref erence to college subjects and exclusive (jC public documents. .0. The litboriitoy equipment shull ic sufficient to establish efficient lab oratories in all lalnHatory courses offered. it would mean ii abandonment of prin ciples for which the has stood in other tih'es nnd circuit, stances. I Knglmid .ihiuild mukc such u claim it would men'n her abandonment, of principles for which she lins stood in other times and circumstances, Tho United Scutes expects tlint Kng land having considered the possibilities of interruption to American trade, will take steps to atoid them. Should there In interruptions, the ."nited States Kill expect full repara tion for every a.:t construed as a vio-' lilt ion of neutral rights under the in teriiational lan.i. Forced to Withdraw After - Heavy Losses Attempting to Recapture Village Herlin, via wireless to Hnyville, I.. 1., April 5. llelgians, attempting to re capture (lie ullage of Drie (Irachlen in Vliiinl..rtj ui.ri. Nlrillirhteri.il bv ll.trmn ii i. The college must maintain at Hrtii,,ry fir(, nd forced to withdraw, least seven separate departments or:,)(, wur )fi,,(, nUnPed todav. eiuirs in the urts ond reiene.es. Incase Kxcepting fur u few houses" in the 1'ie pedugogieal work of ti e Institution nort( of ,), village, it Is now complete. i to be uecept.d for certification, the.y , hm, f tuc (lermons, tli( c.dlego must m ntiiii. nt least eight ttl,,nP, declared. Urei (Irnchten is . hairs, one of which shnM bo devoted . i. V-.r en mil. miitli nf n;m,l,. The state highway commission, sit ting jointly with tho now board of ad visors, consisting of S. Benson, Port land; J. II. Albert, Salem, and Leslie Hutlcr, of Hcod Kiver, made a tenta tive apportionment of tlio state high way funds for the year 1015 among the several couuties In which road work has already been undertaken and. are not complotcd, which aggregates $220, 000. The total amount to bo realized from taxation this year will be $-3il, 000. In doing this the coiiimissiiin was obliged to cut down several items con tamed in an estimate made rNhlic. by former Highway Kmjineer II, L. ltowl- by and reapportion the funds so ns to tako care of pledges made previously hv the cotntuisxiou ami to confirm to acts of the recent legislature. There was a large delegation of conn ty court oltieials and citizens from ( o- luiiibiu county and also from Clatsop, Washington ami Yamhill counties in appearance before the coinmistion and board of advisors which met in the chambers of the railroad commission prior to the adjourned meeting in the governor's office when the revision of apportionment was tcntntivclv agrcc.l upon, and each ilelegatin clai.iWd I'm a portion of the funds. The Columbia county delegation pleaded for un allot ment of ij0,0U0 of the state funds, as made public by Muior Howlby. stating that with with amount ami appioxi mutely $."i0,iHI0 which remained of tax bond funds available in the county, they wrmld be able Id make the roads passable wilh wooden bridges, instead of permanent structures, as originally planned. The Yamhill delegation pleaded for a sufficient amount of the stale fund to assist in the construction of a rind over the const range to make the inoun tain pnsi negotiable throughout the year. They claimed that let present conditions this road was impassable during the winter inniit.hu and that, in justice to the big dairying interests of Till.nnuik county good business de manded t lint some lelief be grunted to Viiiiihill ami Tilluimiok counties. The commission explained, however, that it was iimler moral and legal obligations to t lit counties which hud already bond ed themselves for permanent road con Htruitim ami. with the limited iiinount of funds available this year, it would be Impossible to make any allowances of funds outside of the enmities in wliiih the money liml already bi pla.lgcd. I n.ler ttie apportionment as mime Louisville, Ky., April 0. Tho pur chase of tho Southern Pacific of six Oregon railroads and steamship com panies will bo completed tomorrow nt Anchorage, Kentucky, when A. IC. Van- denter of New York and Alex P. Hum phrey of Louisville, representing :i()0, 000,000 worth of Southern Pacific stock meet there to conclude, negotiations. The concerns to bo taken over are op erated nt present by tho Southern Pa cific. They nro tlio Snlom, Falls City nod Western Railway company, the Corvallis nnd Kastern Railroad com pany, tho Coos Hay, Rosobiirg and r.nstern railroad and Navigation com pany, Pacific Railway nnd Navigatioa company, Portland, Kugene and Kast ern Railway company nnd the Willam ette Pacific company. TO RAISERECRUITS Resolution Demands That Democracy Forever Abolish War In Europe Willamette Pacific Is Nearing Completion ATTEMPTS OF CAPITAL TO DESTROY LABOR SEEN British Steamer Northlands Destroyed by Submarine -Crew Saved Norwich, Kng., April 6. Strong op position to tlio British government ' recruiting campaign developed here to day at the convention of the Independ ent Labor party. Resolutions wer Kugene, Or., April ll.-The grading of CS?' "P?"1?, ."IT ',.V?L ,,.,Ah. the Willamette l aeifio between Kugene ' " ', " ', k I . V.r.:l' Mid Mnrahficld is IIS por cuit complete. The last of tho eight tunnels will be completed in twi wicks. Three miles of piling across the sninllcr Const lakes is .under way, r.nd tiio bod-foot steel bridgo across the Hiuslaw liivor will bo commenced nt once. Such wore the nnnoiinc.onie.nts of 11. P, Hoey, assistant engineer of tho ing in Lord Kitchener's campaign to raise volunteers. Tho passage of thee resolutions created great excitement ia tho convention hall. A resolution was adopted calling for a worldwide movement "to construct the machinery by which tho democracy of Kurope will forever abolish war." Speakers declared capitalists every where are attempting to destroy th .Southern Pacific, who is in chnrgn of lulmr movement un.l In minima thn ex- t.ic Willnmelte-I'neifie co:iH ruction. ! ploitnl.ion of women's labor. A .cam Completion of tho lino to Alnplcton',aiK t combat thoso influences wu tills your is intended. , strongly recommended. iiomi piugrcss tins tiecn mauo on ine t 0 . i "r :l"i:i Iilllille.l til till III tren.'h fiuhtin "llnr tin inn lumilia l.loir 'cm to bits of their own bodies ' sun! u nonunion." exclusively to educnli'.n, ot nt least to philosophy, Incl -i'ing psychology and education. Tho he-id of each depart ment shull, In liO euui, devote Ions thun three fourths of his time to college ork, (. No institution is rated sn standard in the present report, whii li does not al ready possess, or bus not substantial p-osperts fur spicdi'y obtaining, a full iOO.lHM) of pcrinnuint, prodiictivo en dowment. "Certain slight deiintirni from the letter i if the definition have not been held to disqualify Institute ns which in ether respects fully meet the terms tue ilcfiimioM," says Or. Cnpcn in his r. pnrt. " Definition' nre. o1' necessity, ,iccise ami inelastic. Colleges, on the ither hnnil, nre living, changes organi itiniis. created t ud developed for other p rposes llmii the sati. faction of some wl .it nieihnnic.il te.it n. I believe that n eertuin ib gree of diereti n should be ased In judging the work uf any insti tution in accordance v. tli 'he turuis if Its capture was reported by the war of lice yesterday, (initis were reported in Lel'retro for est. Must of these were made by the mining of the in-ii-lies. In this region. 2200-foot bridgo ncroas Coi.n Bay. Five of the piers are completed, A dlvor lins been bro'ight fr.un Finn Frniiciscn Northlands Is Bunk. By Ed L. Keen. London, April (1, Dashing through a io assist ia me Binhiiig ot ino nugo i heavy sea with Incredible speed, a iTissions. gnint. submarine torpedoed uud sunk th The grading will he completed in less HHIlsh steamer Nortliliinds Jiff lleachy than two monthn, snyn Sir, Hoey.. Hend .lestcrilay. Jiuid'd at Deal to Porter Bros., contritct.or.i, nro concen-; day by ft Belgian steamer some mem- trating their forces on tho construction hers of I he crew of tho Northland! of the piling neross tho arms of Tsilt-j expressed tho belief that tho submariim coos, Tnhkenitch and Ton-Mile hikes. which attacked them was a fuinoua Less than 110 feet of rock rcinuin be- j ll-lli. Others were convinced that It tween the headings in the long tunnel was mi undersell raider of a nower and No. 7. Crews are working both ways, even more powerful type. t)u the heels or the news or tho sink ing of the Northlands came word front lllythn of the torpedoing of another trawler by the submarine, operating In Ihe North sen. The l.'l members of tha crew of the trawler Aliiutha lauded at lllylhe, toll ut the sinking of their vessel which made a bravo attempt to esciipn the (Ionium but was run down and sent to Ihe boltoni. The Northlands crew of 24 men brought to Heal told n very thrilling story nf the chase that preceded tha torpedoing of the vessel, A gnle was blowing ami Ihe high sea caused even "no tunnel is 41100 feet lung. Less than this amount remains in No, M, a shorter t inncl. Thcso complete the tunneling. Gen. Villa Mobilizes To Attack Laredo Washington, April (I. (lenernl Fran cisco Villa is mobilizing his forces at, Monterey, but whether for a drivo to ward Matainoias or nu atliick upon. Niiovo Lareilo is not yet known here, according In Hecrnlnrv of Htate Itrynn. Villa's iirmy Is. rapidly growing, small tho big steamer lo roll and pitch ns bodies of horsemen arriving daily, nnd! she iliishcd through the wuter, Th It Is thought possible that he may be I siilimiiriuii could be seen gradually contemplating operations on n largo, gaining, culling through tho waves with scale, I amazing speed, nml despite the hanili- (lenernl Alva in Obregon Is cam-leap of rough weather, camo alongside palgning vigorously In the state of Han j within a few minutes. Luis Potosi, likewise gathering many "Abandon your, ship," was th recruits us hn moves, Heavy fighting ; slum, commend from the submarine;. is expected within n few iluys. GIFT TO UNIVERSITY. Hcnttle, Wash., April 'I. A bequest nf $50,000 to tao University of Wnsh ingtoil und $70,000 to tho city of Hcnttle tuberculosis hoai Hut, it Is reported to duy, was made .y Miss Margaret Len pulilie l,y .Major l.owiny, ug as c ...... ; ori P(,n w,( wa) ki(1() . n, nu,() ty was to nave receive,! -y . " , "! ,, .i(,1t wpi.k MiH, lh.nny Itiver H'l,niMi, Clatsop 40,000, ( oluinl, a ,,, ,,,,,,, tho A. A. ,.,' 110.000, Jackson lo.tHIO, ainom.tii.gtt' f ief u H,, WM onl n total ol' 10,000. This did not lakei livl,r.,lv , fir.t .,,,(.. into cniisidcrntion a necessary allow mice of ir-0,000 for departmental ex penses mid even thou overlapped the amount tn be available by 7mio. la mulling the teiilnlivo uppoiiioii incut the coinmissloii considered that it was pledged to Douglas county In the as well as in the Argonno nnd south of ! pledged to II, rid Kiver county lor ", Vareiiness, all l iench nttaiks wero re luted. Many of us have an Idea that a free . ,,,,,, I ., u.,,1.1,1 Iw. l.nn III Uillil'll Wll auioiint of '.'11,000, which was allowed 1, ,.,., W(, pt,B0 ,,,,,1 f(lr,.B otH,r tii si.... : lie eiiiiiinissioii wns ..n. nieinbers of the crew declared, iloat were loweicl and wltliln five minutes, while tho crew was still rowing within 100 yards of the Northlands, a torpedo, struck her amidships and a terrific ex plosion nearly broke the vessel in two, "At the saiiin instant," suld the sail ors, "the whistle of Ihe Northland mysteriously broke out with a wuilinn shriek whlili continued until tha waves engulfed her, It was devilishly uncanny. " The N cut I, lit n , In curried a cargo ot iron ore and sunk ipiickly. Tho sub marine hurried away when it wna complete its work lit this morning 's 1 evident her torpedo had done Its work. I lie c lew- or ine gunman, is was ot fered no nssistnnce and drifted for seven hours bul'oro being picked up, session and n recess was taken until a I'ti'i noon, England Is Blamed. Washington, April fl, A atutomciit ' peoplo to do as wo please. (Continued on Pago Five.) pulled, it was A strong attack (100 and Howlby 's rstiinnto of li0,0H0 wns cut down acoidingly; Clatsop. directed ag.nnt Hourellles was halted I county was cut from Ki,noii m .i..,iiii, . bv (ionium artillery. .iluinliin from uo,'i,ni ihiiowcm ... . ' . t . .. illowibv) to "iii.min. Jai-lisoii county EXPELLED mOM BELGIUM. ,( ,',.,.i allowed 1'" per cent id' the j total highway fund for i."c in coui I Ihe Hague, no' i'iiierian,ls, Ayn ii. pleting the road over the MsM.voiis i.y (lil'lord I'no'hot, former chief fur-1 ihe leiislature, which would ai nt to I esler of the I 'iiitee Ktntes, who, it is 1 f i,iiiii, It developed that mi agree- iin.l.M'ut.iiiil lui. been aelillif aDLi-iul I I,-. I l...,. r, lie. I ulierehv .lose ngei.t l',.r the iinc department at-phine coiintv was to r ive Vmo ol . (By J. W. T. Mason, Tormer European destined to bear the brunt of tho crltl- Wu'liington in Ihe Kiiroi'ean war zone ;t,i, , ,t and .lin kson cisinty s up I Managor of the United Presa.) England's Labor Trouble Not All Dae to Drink Evil has been expelled from Uelginin by the I portiouiui nt was i. en:., -in aiimiiri'ii' rot 1'rnill U'1,1100 lol New Vors, April H. llritish lobor cisin, rioiiniiiv one in ine suiesi pre dictions, that could be inade is that un The Weather h;" th th. IV er,. h"ir learvelniii I'ta. ticallv use- to flv around in the air. but jou w on I v wasting weight. Our gtniiottuii "1-11. tuvin 're n ,-lu.. tn. e.xnlisles nn.l it turns e crvlhiiig uroiiiid ;l "'v ,"ul, nt hit it into a .thing death. Whv, we've ""h.'iit risking the seen (iciuiuns killed by the fl.vinc, .pieces of othct (ierinnns bodies." ''h t-ntury weapons S now the latest idea in this pre ft death into the historic form of waifar, is to net n !l ' e, ,,, 1,,.,,-h loose Kii'iiot'oa Into the enemy's tren.-hes n possible. Arrows do the ""' B'inpow,eP) tht ;l, (a firsl . lns fashion. ANTI VIVI8ECTION BILL PASSED. Cnpitol, Sn, niiei,ti., ral April u. The sei.ule to, lav passed the llrown anti i ise, ti,ri bill which vices hil n'ane offieers adniiasion to lactratories h.i, I other pines where iiv-Ih nl experi ments are being made on animals, and "eeki to lerseii tint use of live animals I'nr ex erimeiits in ublic seine, N, The bill has been am.'i' bd to such nn' ex tent that it abiuot fails to accomplish the results thnl tb nutlior aollnjuicl )ll. wll , I neludes ll,0'm Willi n ,' uii-oii.-iiisi..- ,e t..,. .. ihe'ionimissioi. owes the loiinlv on la-t 1 k ""' M,n""" I""' i Kngland by a read against the re- year's work. nihilities) lo Itself contained III the eent pro labor logMnlbai. Tho workers ' JuH-phiiie "i to receive its 'iOiiii ami chiirgo that drniilieiineKs and the re- vaguely sense this possiblu threat Ihe commission hud already pledged , fusnl to speed up in work is delaying iuin-t their inteicsts. I0OH0 to Wshiiii(l,i count v for as I the delivery Of war supplies, Kitchener's demand for greater pro- , the Tiuardvillr Ncwbergl Urilish uiibinisni is, ill fact, endiin- ibictiiin of ammunition can bo met only lw, f the Pacific highway, and j gored ns tho development of new pub- witlin tain limits by . i.... i i,i 1 1,., loinlllie iiiiiniini Inutile in I lie riuhls of In . work i ii u men. The low I Ill-he mm. i..K--,,,-i ,.. ; , r- . " L ..... I tnH'ililoo This will leave a l.iilam e of lir wool, I no mane proiuinie ov a repe- nxing nir k niuniiii Oregon. K.iir to ; n(,n f ,,. nmoonl to be raised b.vtlti f the ii, ciwitions of l.lo.vd-, Ihe physical stamina or Mignsn wiirx- . .1... .I,..h li.uetlier II- I I I'lirM III! ,111,1 IVItl'll'lier. IIO III, 10- ers, I lie I II, on, pel ell, e ui 1, Oiioil r ilelinoiieiit tuxes rolle.te.l audi fuir en-l, showeu available from la-t year, will make a balance of S'io"i, an, I ine ,-ommis winds. so in will have to lonfine the expenses the Urilish The low stun, bird of lilyht, Wednesday; of the engineeiiiig department lo this amount in Older lo pull through witn the fi nds at hand. The board did not pendent labor party has therefore pro- plioois will not receive the blaiiio In tested agiiinsl. the gover t 'a ntti- esse of an inconclusive, pence, nor will tilde toward the workers. I the fault be attributed to the low K.iigland is a,av mud severe In standard of living of the working men. eoiiiineiiting on the reas'ina for defeat., It will I asier lo throw the responsi- t'n.lrr thn present circumstances, it Is.lnlity upon drink and the trade union inevitable that the working men arotrules, limiting the output of labor.