Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914, August 22, 1912, Image 3

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    HEAVY RAINS
DAMAGE CROPS
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Attornay-Gsnsral Wlcksrsham Investi-
gatas Money Changara.
CANAL FREE TO
COASTERS ONLY
ATTENTION TO A DAIRY CO\A
Care Given Animals After Calving De
terminée Milk Production—Good
Method Given.
Pretty Straw Hat Suitable for
Either Late Summer or Fall
Washington, D. C. — A colluterai
phase of the so-called money trust. It
The care given the cow just before
developed recently, Is being Investi­
and for the first few weeks after calv­
gated by Attornoy-tlenerul Wicker
ing determines very largely the pro­
sham.
duction tor that period of lactation. Im­
The Inquiry, which may affect clear­
proper treatment will have a more dt
ing house associations throughout the
reel and lasting effect than at any oth­
country, revolves about the rule of the
er time, and It means dollars and cents
New York Clearing-House Association
Spring-Sown
Grain Hit—Hay and requiring its members to charge a Houss and Ssnats Agres—Clauss That (bat she bo bandied to give the maxi­
specified sum for the collection of out-
mum production.
Hopa Suffer Moat By Strong
Might Havs Violated Trsaty
of town checks drawn on certain parts
The following Is a method that has
Wind and Ram.
Is
Eliminated,
of the country, and at the same time
glvea good result^:
Dry up the cow
giving them discretion whether to
from four to six weeks before the calf
muke charges for similar collections
is due, snd feed liberally, getting her
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Washington, D. C.—An agreement to gain In flesh. Three or four day*
A careful study of the workings of
♦
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<>n the I'unuma Canal administration before her time, place her In a box stall
4 Rain Storm Affecta Northwest. 4 this rule Is being made by the Attor­
bill was reached by the conference and feed dry feed. If any constipation 1»
ney
General,
It
Is
said,
to
determine
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Ha Irin No gleam of hope for 4 whether the Hliiirmiui anti trust law or committee of the House and Senate, noticed, mix a little linseed oil with
Those cows liable to be
4 farmin' plight, ua continued 4 the National biink act is being vio­ I In which free passage Is denied to the grain.
4 rallia spell ruin to Hprlim uown 4 lated.
1 American-owned ships engaged In for- affected with milk fever feed very 11V
If action Is taken It will take prece­ ielgn trade. Foreign shipbuilding ma­ Ue the laat couple of day a.
4 grain
If the
4
4
luí (¡runde - Hmnll percent- ♦ dent for uli clearing house associations terials are admitted free of tariff to udder tends to cake milk out and rub
having
similar
rules.
It
Is
learned
that
4 ugn of total buy tonnage lr- 4
the United States and power is given well.
4 reparably dutnuged by wind 4 the Attorney-General may refer the to the Interstate Commerce Cotnmls-
After the calf Is born and baa taken
whole
question
to
the
Secretary
of
the
4 mui rain
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alon I o break up any combination of Its first feed, milk the cow and manip­
Treasury
for
remedial
measures
If
It
The Dalles No crop damage 4 |
4
'competing rail and water lines which ulate the udder thoroughly. Allow the i
4 reported
4 Is found that the law Is being tech­ It flndH are not for "the public good."
nically
violated
or
that
the
practice,
4
McMinnville
Hop damage ♦
As perfected In the conference com­ calf to remain with the cow the first
day and then put In a pen out of eight'
4 greater than at first nntlclpat- 4 while not Illegal, seems ugalnst public mittee, the canal bill now provide»:
Very litde trouble will
4 policy.
4 rd
Free passage for American ships en­ of the cow.
be experienced with a caked udder, butj
Dallas Hard at storm known 4
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gaged In coastwise trade,
POSTOFFICE
BILL
PASSES.
4 In Hummer season panses over 4
American registry for American- In bad cases milk three times a day,
4
■ m
♦
owned, foreign-built ships engaged ex­ and after each milking bathe for some
Upper
House
Reetrlcts
Rights
of
Em
­
I'lillomslh Hopynrdn suffer 4
4
clusively In foreign trade.
time in hot water and then rub well;
ployes to Join Organizations.
No tariff on foreign shipbuilding with turpentine and lard.
4 ami late-sown grain, yet in 4
It is Ute
4
materials
for
use
In
this
country.
4 field, soaked by rains
rubbing tbet counts more than the Un-1
Washington, D. C. — The annual
Alluiny Vetch, IJnn Conn- 4 postofflce approplstlon bill was passed
4
Trust owned ships prohibited from
Inieut.
4 ty's lending crop, gro drat suf- 4 by the Senate at the end of two days' using the canal.
Take care to see that the afterbirth
4 sharp fighting over propositions relat­
4 fcrer If rains continue.
Railroads prohibited from owning
Is passed properly, and do not allow
Hi-attlr — II euv I rat rain on 4
4
ing to parcels ¡Mist, good roads Im­ competing waterway lines operating
4
4 record throughout state.
Improper cases to go more than 24
“through the canal or elsewhere."
4 provement and the affiliation of postal
4
One-man government for Panama hours without treatment. The flrat day
employes with labor organizations.
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alter calving feed the cow very spar­
As It goes back to the House it con­ Canal and canal zone.
The conference agreement will be ingly, then gradually Increase. With­
tains
some restrictions upon the right
Salem- Drizzling rain off and ou
of postal employes to join outside or­ reported to the House and Senate im­ in three or four days, If doing proper-1
throughout thin week offered no gleam ganizations; and an entirely new sys­ mediately and it is believed It will
of hope for the farmers' plight In this tem of parcels post based on the “zone meet little opposition. In dropping the ly, p't back with the rest of the herd
section but added somewhat to the plan" with varying rates for varying Henate amendment giving tree pas- From then on Increase feed slowly un­
damage done to «onto of the crops, distances.
sage to American ships engaged In til full feed Is reached. Determine thlz
when the milk record falls to rise with
the grain In particular.
The measure w ill go Into conference foreign trade, the conference commit
Three or four more days of similar' with many Important differences to be tee yielded to those who considered any further Increase of feed.
weather, farmers predict, will practl settled. The House provided that no .this clause a direct violation of the
t ally npell ruin to the Spring sown ■ employe of the postal service should treaty with Great Britain.
grain
Practically all the force of the DRAFT HORSES FOR FARMING
be subject to reduction or removal for
Pbwtu,
Aj Luueiwwu « lUUt.WVud,
1.
This has been considered a remark­ joining an organization having for Its Bourne railroad amendment attached
ably excellent »canon for grain which object Improvement In conditions of to the bill In the Senate was retained Experience Teaches Most Economical,
A black empire straw hat with facing of black moire. The brim slashed
was sowed during the Spring months
and Satisfactory Motive Power
i by the conferoes. It was rewritten to
labor or compensation.
on the side. The hat Is trimmed with wings which are visible through
until the latest rnln found a large
Is Heavy Mare.
After a fight Involving the right of give the Interstate Commerce Commis­
the opening In the brim.
share of It shocked and drenched It Government employes to strike, the sion the right to determine whether
through
Today offered no Improve­ Henate approved this In part, but pro­ railroads should be allowed to hold
There Is an insistent market d«
ment. even had there been no rnln,: vided that employes should not join water lines and to sanction such rnand for high-class horses, especially
DRESS HAIR TO SUIT FACE FROCKS ALL EASY TO PACK
as It was cloudy and lowering and the an organization “which Imposes an ownership when It was in the public
for draft horses, that cannot be sup
grain was soaked.
Interest.
obligation or duty to strike or to as­
Reports continue to be received of sist In a strike against the United
The railroad section of the bill is idled. On the other hand, says th« One of the Most Important Points to By No Means the Least of the Bless­
hop acreage going down, but the re­ States." Under the terms of the bill drastic and broad In the powers it Fanners' Homo Journal, the country
Remember In Arranging the
ing» of th« Styles That Mark
Is flooded with common ordinary
ports did not Indicate that ns much
Coiffure.
the Present Season.
as It passed both Houses, employes «•onfrrs on the Interstate Commerce
"plug” horses. They do not fill any
acreage dropped as on previous days\ have the right to appeal to Congress . Commission.
during the storm.
It prohibits railroads, after July 1, particular requirement or demand I I will not go so far as to say that
for redress of grievances.
Let us rejoice and be glad that our
After summing up the reports Sa­
1913, from owning or controlling com- j lienee the very low and profit-killing “artistic hairdressers are born, not garments this year are all "packable."
lem hop men say that propably their
Iietlng
steamer
lines,
“operating [ prices for which they must sell. Tht»;
BALDWIN RANCH 18 SOLD.
estimate of 5o0 acres of hops going
through the Panama Canal or else­ Insistent demand for high-class draft, made,” says M. Calle, the well-kDown The tub frock Is a delectable thing
coiffeur, in the July Strand, but let that embraces materials of all sorts,
down was somewhat strained, but
where." and gives to the Interstate
they believe that now fully 500 acres 14,000 Homes to Dot Lata Turfman's . Commerce Commission the power to horses does not corns from the mar me hasten to say at once, therefore, and It can be bought very cheaply,
I
ket
alone.
of yards have gone down In the state.
that the arrangement of the hair is especially when It is half made, which
Last Holding, Just Sold.
datolWiM whether the railroad and
There also comes a demand from a study—not an accident, as it would means that you have merely to run
Home of the hop dealers have sent
steamship lines are "competing car-
Ix»s
Angeles.
—
H.
A.
Unruh,
execu
­
reports to their Eastern houses plac­
i riers" within the meaning of the law. the farm, for this la a day of heavy seem to be regarded by those who up the back of it with your machine
ing the acreage down at all the way tor of the will of the late Elias J.
machinery demanding an Increased, have not studied the art of the coif­ after you have purchased It.
from 300 to 000 acres. So far but little (Lucky) Baldwin, has filed final pa­
amount of motive power. Experience feur. For example, if a woman Is en­
DRIVE REBELS BACK.
Lingerie robes, sweet little frocks
damage la reported to the hops. It pers completing the sale of the
has proven that the most satisfactory dowed by nature with a long face— of Shantung with colored embroidery,
being possible to put up the great
American Sailors, Guarding Legation, and economical form of motive power that la to say, a face longer than that muslin garments, and the others of
majority of the vines In yards where Rancho Clenega O'Paso de la Tljera,
on the average farm Is the heavy, I of the average woman—there Is one delaine, linen and zephyr, are all
Take Hand in Engagement.
they have dropped. A few more days the last of the great turfman's hold­
sound draft mare. Besides doing most golden rule that she must always bear alike in certain details. They ar«
of the present weather, however, will ings. to the Ixis Angeles Investment
Managua. Nicaragua. — The Insur­
result In the hop situation taking on Company, for a stated consideration of gents under command of Generals of the farm work she will raise a val­ In mind when arranging her hair— narrow and they are flat, they will
something of a serious aspect, how­ $8.038,560. The total area involved is | Mena and Zeledon resumed their at- uable colt each year. If properly han namely, to do It as artistically full at pack without creasing and they taka
<lled. Thug she Is constantly produ­
ever, sccordlng to some of the deal­ 3143.28 acres.
One million dollars was paid tn 'ack on Managua, but, after a des­ cing a profit other than by means of the side as possible—always, of up about as much room in a traveling
ers.
iderate
fight,
again
were
repulsed.
This
course, taking care not to overdo the case as a full grown bath towel.
caah, with nine notes for $500,000 each
the work she does.
was the fourth day of the battle.
fulness. Again, the woman with what
Many of the cheapest stuffs are
for the remainder.
RESENTS JOURNEY OF KNOX.
Before they were repelled the rebels
The whole of the money paid will
I think may best be described as "a among the prettiest—take, for ex­
succeeded In forcing their way close
Chickens In Summer.
round face” will be wise to keep the ample, striped or checked zephyr.
“Dollar Doctrine" Seen In Visit to be dear cnsh for the heirs, Mrs. Anita I up to the houses of the city. The
Baldwin McClaughry and Mrs. Clara
Don't crowd the chickens in warn, fulness of her hair at the side within Some of the checks are quite quaint
American
sailors
guarding
the
United
Funeral of Mikado.
Baldwin Stocker, all of the debts of
weather, and don't put those of dif­ bounds, and to dress her hair In front In black and white, combined with
Paris—A Japanese financier, whose the estate having been liquidated by Htates legation and the Presidential ferent ages together. The smaller as high as she reasonably can, thereby lines of blue and green, rose and
palace
directed
a
fire
too
hot
for
the
official mission In Paris prevents the previous sales.
ones will not have a fair chance, and adding that length to her face which green, mauve and gray, green and
The officers of the purchasing com­ attackers and the rebels were driven
publication of his name. In reply to
where they are crowded are apt to be she lacks. One more golden rule. The beige, the four tones being arranged
back.
pany
announce
that
the
entire
hold
­
a question by a correspondent as to
As thia dispatch Is filed there Is a smothered.
woman with a suggestion of an oval together like a duster check. Stripes
ing
will
be
cut
up
Into
lots,
of
which
It
the truth of the statement that the
lull in the fighting, the Insurgents hav­
Pullets hatched in May can be face should, as far as possible, en­ are effective in shaded lines of color,
will
make
28.000.
Half
that
number
of
visit of Secretary of State Knox to
ing retired to a position a short dis­ ' brought to laying by November. If deavor to preserve that suggestion of with threads of white. The popular
Japan to attend the Mikado's funeral lioines will be erected by the cotv • in tance from the city. All Americans
•hey are properly fed and cared for, "ovalness" by dressing her hair “oval­ Ottoman effects are also shown in
construction
to
begin
as
soon
as
pos
­
was rescued In that country, said:
and other foreigners in the city are nnd crowded as fast as possible.
ly."
this material in fine or pronounced
"Mr. Knox's presence at the Mik­ sible. The entire ranch will provide ' safe.
It cannot be done, however, if they
ado's funeral is viewed by Japanese, nhout 2500 city blocks and 900 miles
Many years' experience has proved stripes of color on white.
are half fed. tormented with lice, to me that, beyond all manner of
highest and lowest alike, ns nn evi­ of street frontage.
PENSIONERS GET RELIEF.
dence of gross bad taste. Evidently
short of fresh water, or allowed to| doubt, a woman may make or mar
the Japanese foreign office la unable
PRETTY PEPLUM BLOUSE
Senate Agrees to House Appropria­ become stunted for any other reason. herself by the manner in which she
Southern
Pacific
Sued.
to say so as courtesy Is the primordial
You will be to the expense of rals- ’ has her hair dressed. To the average
tion
Bill
In
Nick
of
Time.
factor In my country. Nevertheless,
San Francisco.—Hult hns been filed
Ing them anyway, and the aooner
we Japanese who will see him at the by United States District Attorney
Washington. D. C.—The Senate has you begin to get returns for that ex | French woman this remark will surely
come more or less as a truism, for
Mikado's funeral will feel he la In John L. McNab ngalnst the Southern yielded to the demands of the House
our country on business, that he la Pacific Company for alleged viola­ . for the abolition of the pensions' agen- I pense the better, so give them the, your modern French woman possesses
1 best chance to make good.
working hla dollar doctrine.
more truly artistic instincts in this
tions of the Federal law limiting to 16 I cles throughout the United States and
"We regarded the Mikado with ven­ the hours of trainmen engaged In In­ passed the $150.000,000 pension appro-
direction than the average English
eration and the presence of any busi­ terstate commerce. In this suit, which , prlatlon bill with a provision for the
Home-Made Drinking Fountain.
woman, who all too seldom studies the
ness element nt the coming sacred rite la one of 31 to come up for trial here abolishment of the agencies January
Cheap and satisfactory water foun­ formation of her face when giving di­
Is to us an Impertinence. He may as­ on October 3. It la alleged that on the ¡31. 1913.
tains can be made by carefully un­ rections for the dressing of her hair.
sure us of America's friendship, but line between Rod Bluff and Roseville,
Passage of the bill was accomplished soldering one end of a large fruit can.
we do not need to be taught what we the company vlolnted the law by al­ . in the nick of time, for the Pension The edges of the open end should be
Brims Sweep Upward.
well know.”
> lowing a train crew of six to work I Bureau forced a crisis, as the result of
■ notched about one-half Inch. The can
Mlllnery grows more and more en­
from 5 a. m. to 10:45 p. m. On each | the lack of funds to pay pensioners. i may then be filled with water cov­
count the compnny la liable to a maxi­ I The San Francisco agency has a bal­ ered by a »mall pie tin or flower pot trancing every week. Several quite
Noted Outlaw Captured.
ance oi exactly 7 cents and Detroit
fresh lines of expression have been
mum fine of $500.
saucer, and the whole inverted.
Salt Ijiko City.—Bert Dalton, al­
only 4 cents.
struck, and a much more reasonable
The
water
will
rise
as
high
In
the
leged murderer of Marshal Dan Han­
attlude is observable in every way.
Maryland to Carry Knox.
saucer as the notches are cut In the The favorite upward sweep now is
son. of Cokeville, and a member of
Free Lunch Is Reprieved.
Senttle. — The cruiser Marylnnd.
can, thus providing a constant supply i
the notorious Whitney brothers gang
I-os Angeles—The free lunch has of water In which chickens cannot taken from a little to one side of cen­
of outlaws, who escaped In the jail which Is to sail from Seattle August
ter front and is carried to an ex­
break nt Evnnston. Wyo., last week, 22 with Secretary of State Knox and won Its fight for an existence In Los drown and which prevents a very ceeding length, and usually finishes
hla suite, who will nttend the funerai
was captured near Sandy, Utah, by
Angelos saloons until after the next small surface for evaporation or for rather sharply. It will be gathered
Sheriff Joseph C. Sharp, of Salt Lake of the Emperor of Japan, arrived at election, at least, and the ordinance gathering dirt.
from this line that this la no casual
the
Puget
Sound
Navy
Yard
from
County.
uplifting of a brim, but a specially
Dalton was caught on a ranch, Seward. Alaska. She will begin load­ abolishing It will not go into effect
Boys to Farm Schools.
constructed shape.
where he went to work. He Is now ing coal at once and then will be September 15.
Not a day too early to be makini
In the county jail here and refuses to painted and burnished. On August 21
The referendum petition circulated
divulge the whereabouts of Ernest she will proceed to Seattle to receive by produce commission men was plana for sending at least one of the
Pretty Wedding Gift.
Crutcher and Walter Van Foaser, who her passengers. Captain J. M. Elli­ handed to the City Clerk recently hoys to an agricultural school next
One of the most appreciated wed­
cott
commands
the
Maryland
and
will
escaped with him.
bearing 25,500 signers, and will act as tall. Perhaps if he has a few acres ding presents of a recent bride was an
proceed to the Orient with her.
a stay of execution of the Council's for his own use he may be able to pay attractive basket containing six glasses
order, until the latter body either re­ part of bls expenses. At any rate he of assorted jellies. The glasses were
J. D.'s Estate Guarded.
8lander on Woman Goes.
peal^ the law or places It before the Is entitled to an education and a fair
Tarrytown, N. Y.—John Rockefel­
daintily wrapped in white crepe pa­
Milan.—The recent admission of people at the next election.
start tn life.
re? and the basket bad been treated
ler's estate at Pocantlco Hills was women to the Masonic Order of Italy
to a coat of white enamel paint, while
guarded by a number of deputy shr­ has caused considerable discussion ns
Option Paid in Pennies.
Killing
Poultry.
to the relation of this step to the Ital­
the handles were tied together with
ifts. beenuse of fear of violence on the ian women'» movement.
Poultry should never be eaten the
Rochester, N. Y.—A chest contain­
a bow of white ribbon through which
part of discharged employes. Several
Slgnorn Trolse, the well-known au­ ing 275 pounds of pennies is on de­ day It Is killed. The tenderest fresh- was thrust a tiny spray of artificial
men recently were let go by the fore­ thor of Milan, and a leading suffra­
killed
chicken
will
be
tough
as
soon
as
posit to the credit of Carl V. Stordant.
orange blossoms.
men of laborers and trouble ensued, gist, declares that the matter Is of
the animal heat has left the body. In
culminating In an attempt to burn the very serious note. If for nothing else n real estate man. The pennies, more about 12 hours, however, th« muscles
Pintucked batiste was used to build
cottage of Foreman Antonio DI Marco than that ft "removes the eternal slan­ than 40,000 In al), were turned over to will relax, and It then becomes ac­
Corded Weaves Coming.
this pretty waist which buttons down
Mr. Rockefeller Informed Sheriff der on woman that she la unable to Stordant as an Initial payment to bind
It
1s
said
on
good
authority
that
the front with small white croch«t
tho sale of a restaurant. The pur­ ceptable for food.
Doyle of the situation and asked for keep a secret."
corded weaves will be popular In the buttons. An Irish lace collar finishes
chaser had taken tn the pennies over
aid.
autumn. These new ribbed fabrics th« neck and straps of Irish lac« cross
Food for a Hen.
his bar during a long course of years.
Rebel Attack Repulsed.
will Include materials so light In
He
made
a
habit
of
brushing
all
the
Experiments
have
proved
that
a
hen
Turks 8lay Christians.
Vai Insertions and pintucking on th«
Corlnto, Nicaragua. — The govern­
weight as to be suitable for dress drap­
sleeve. Th« peplu Is edged with lac«»
Cettlnje, Montenegro—Reports are ment troops at Managua succeeded In pennies Into a slot which connected In good condition will eat, on an aver­
eries
and
heavier
ones
adapted
for
age, three ounces of mash In the morn­
circulating here of nnother massacre repulsing the attacks of the revolu­ with a cheat In the cellar.
of Christians by Mohammcdnns In Al­ tionary army under Generals Louis
ing, two ounces of grain at noon and suits, outer wrap« and trimming«.
Thres-Milllon-Dollar Baby Born.
Lace-Trimmed Vests.
bania. A band of Mohnmmedans sup­ Mena and Zeledon. Their victory, how­
four ounces of grain at night
Rose Parasol.
ported by Turkish troops nttacked ever. w’As not pronounced. The bom­
Dainty undervesta of very ltgh>
New York.—The anxiously-awaited
a section of the Christian population bardment of the city was discontinued, $3,000,000 Astor baby was bom at 8:15
The rose parasol Is one of the nov­ weight cotton are edged at th« top
Meadow Grass.
In the Bcrna district of Albania. A but It Is thought to be only temporary. a. m., August 14. It Is a boy and will
Several kinds of grass should N elties of the season. This Is made of and around the armholes with a ruff!«
fierce fight ensued and women and
The American marines and blue­ bear the name of his father, John sown when starting a meadow. Red taffeta In a lovely pink, and It Is en­ of fine Valenciennes lace. These are
children nre reported to have been jackets at the legation are all well. Jacob Astor, who died so heroically in
tirely covered with scallops, the edges not at all expensive and are soft and
murdered by wholesale. Little girls Telegraphic communication between the Titanic disaster of April 14. It and aislke clover, timothy, redtop and of which are slightly gathered to re­
pretty enough to take the plac« of
bluegrass make a fine combination
were made captives.
here and Managua has been restored. weighed 7*j pounds.
semble rose petals.
the more expensive silk undervesL
Storm Is General Throughout
Northwest.
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• TART* CLEARING-HOUSE PROBE
Carriers In Foreign Trade Must
Pay Toll to L. S.