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lOSSrS SURELY PREVENTED
N EW R E V O L U T I O N IN RU SSI A
H A R V E S T AT W A L L A W A L L A
Kaiser Breaks With Holshrvlki When
llun Ambassador Is Hlaln.
Hot Weather and Winds Rapidly. Rip
en Fields o f Grain.
SIACKKB m i t
SIBERIA PUT OFF
Walla Walla.—Temperature of close
to 100 degrees In iue field, with a
north wind blowing, has rapidly ripen
ed the wheat this week,and many out
Gains of Czechoslovak Legions fits will take the field to commence
harvest. The lack of rain In the last
few weeka has prevented the grain
from filling out. This la especially
true of spring grain.
Estimates made by farmers are that
the yield will be about the same as
last year for spring wheat or possibly
a little less.
2.1r. O lolm .n l à!A and /10c.
Fall sown wheat will yield fairly
Revision o f Military Plans Made When well, however. There will be lots of
wheat harvested In the valley, but the
grain will not be as well divided
News o f Counteracting Hun Ac
Zero of 8port.
among the farmers aa last year, when
tivities is Received.
nearly all obtained a good percentage
Of course wo may be wronx about It.
of their crop. This year spring sown
but personally we never could have
grain was badly pinched.
much full with a goldfish.—Galveiton
By the last of this week the harvest
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Washington, D. C.—Tho success of will be well started, It Is believed.
tho Czechoslovak legions In ro estab
Water Plants Scientifically.
Plow Beet Fields In Fall.
lishing order in Siberia and in over
A French botanlet who ha» experi
It has been demon
coming armed opposition front former
mented with vegetable ruining has de
termined the exact amount of water
German and Austrian prisoners, has strated this year that fall plowing is
of distinct advantage to farmers who
for the beat growth of tar!
had the effect of suspending the prep expect to grow sugar beets success-
Ii« found that a
aration of plans hv the entente snd f'llly. arid Is of benefit to C t
the United States for the organization tlon of the ground for arty crop, i__
by drop brought bet-
tbau even systematic
of an International military force to officials of the reclamation and Indian
services have decided to change their
rampaigti In Siberia.
It was stated authoritatively Thurs regulations regarding the shutting off
“ Particular" Man.
day that none of the plans considered of Irrigation water and have assured
the farmers they can make their ar
of being particular la when
had met the objection of the United rangements this fall not only for fall
straightens bis necklla out
States government that they Involved plowing, but for fall seeding as well.
he goes to 'lie telephone to talk
a weakening of the western front In
Agent Don M. Carr Is also
with a woman.—Portland I Teas
Europe. Besides this objection there Indian
working to have the terms of Indian
has been a reluctance on the part of
leases lengthened from three to eight
the administration to depart from its years that farmers may plan their
HAVR YOU A N W KKTIIKART
policy of non-interference In the In
or Itrvtlior in ramp or training fur ilafonool
work to better advantage. It is shown
W m i , rn.il Kir . im riiac. o f A llon '. Foot Kmm.
ternal affairs of a friendly country.
> R o tlM ,tk I'owdor fur T lm l. Aching. Hwol-
conclusively In the valley this year
■Al/ F o o l. M el p r o v e n t. M u te r, and «ore .p o le.
| 4 .k e . n . kin a eaay
Sold everyw h ere, tie .
be Justified In the case of Siberia, If that beets sown early on fall plowed
have not blighted and will
It were clearly established that the ground
make a very heavy tonnage.
native population was forcibly dom
inated by Austro-German soldiers and
Reseed 5000 Acres to Beets.
It Is understood an agreement to
Sunnyslde, Wash. — The farmers
try the American proposal to assist
the Russians economically was about have not lost heart in the sugar beets
Copenhagen.—The entire population as far as the negotiations between the they planted In the spring. Where it
of the Murman coast (on the Kola entente and the Washington author Is estimated that the yield will be six
penlnaula bordering the White sea and ities had progressed when news of the
the Arctic) has broken with Russia rapid Cxecho-Slovak campaign In Si tons or over, nothing Is being done to
and Joined the entente, according to beria demonstrated the necessity for the beets. Where the crop will be less
a dispatch from Vardoe. Norway, to revision of any plans for a military than that reseeding is being carried
campaign. It was said the develop on at a rapid rate. It Is estimated that
the fhrlrtianla Tldena Tegn.
A supply of provisions from the Unt ments were so sudden and unexpected there will be 5000 acres reseeded in
il'd Slates has arrived at Murmansk, that It was not now possible to decide the Sunnyside district alone.
Just how and when military aid should
the dispatch adds.
The Utah Idaho Sugar company is
Portsmouth, Ohio.—“ 1 suffered from
encouraging the farmers by furnishing
American. French and British m i
Recognizing the value of the work seed and labor for replanting.
Irregularities, pains in my aid* and was
so weak at timea I rlnes are known to be patrolling cer being done by Czecho Slovaks In coun
could hardly g e t tain districts along the Murman coast. teracting German activities In Siberia
without entry Into the political quar
around to do my
Washington, D. C.— Leaders of the rels of the Siberians, the entente pow
work, and ns I had
four In niv family Murman coast people recently ap ers will give the legions sympathetic
anil three boarders pealed to the American and allied con and material support, if need be, as
it m&de it very halt! suls at Kola for protection. Gorman they held this would be entirely con
Portland— Wheat— Bulk basis. Port
for me. Lydia E. troops are reported to the southward sistent with an attitude of neutrality. land for No. 1 grade: Hard wheat—
Pinkham's V e g e on the railroad leading to the Arctic The Uzecho-Slovaks are pledged to re Bluestem. Early Bart, Allen Galgulus,
table Com pound al Kola.
With allied naval forces frain from asserting control over the Martin Amber, 22.05. Soft white —
was recommended guarding a store of supplies at Kola country through which they are pass Palouse Bluestem, Fortyfold, White
to me. 1 took it and along the railroad, the Murman ing.
Valley, Gold Coin, White Russian.
and It has restored roast Is one of the possible fields for
*2.03. White Club—Little Club. Jen
my health. It la operations by the allies In tho east
certainly the best under the new policy toward Russia U. S. B O N E D R Y S E E M S S U R E kins' Club. White Hybrids, Sonora,
*2.01. Red Walla— Red Russian. Red
medicine for woman's ailments I ever believed to have been approved by
saw ."— Mrs. K ara S haw , R. No. 1, President Wilson at the white house President Wilson Alone Can'llalt Pro Hybrids. Jones Fife, Coppel. *1.98. No.
2 grade, 3c less; No. 3 grade. 6c less.
Other grains handled by samples.
hibition With Veto.
In the absence of any word from
Mm. Shaw proved tho merit o f this
Flour— Patents. *10; valley, *9.60;
medicine ar.d wrote this letter in order Ambassador Francis since June 27,
whole wheat. *9.60; graham, *9.20;
thnt other suffering women may find the state department has been obli
Washington. D. C.—Bone-dry prohi barley flour, *11 per barrel; rye flour,
gated to rely on the Indirect reports. bition of the manufacture and sale of $11.50; cornmeal, *10.60011.40; corn
relief as she did.
Women who are suffering ns sh e was The last message from the ambassador Intoxicating liquor throughout the flour *11.70.
should not drag along from day today reported the arrival of local civil au United States for the remainder of
Millfeed— Net millfeed prices, car-
without giving this famous root and thorities of Archangel, capital of the the war will go into effect on January lots: Bran, *30 per ton; shorts, *32;
herb remedy, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege province In which Kola Is located. The I next, unless President Wilson de middlings, *32; mixed cars and less
table Compound, n trial. For special Bolshevlkl had seixed the officials on feats the proposed action of congress than carloads 50c more; rolled barley,
advice In regard to such ailments write charges of disloyalty.
The road to Immediate passage of *74075; rolled oats. *69.
to Lydia K. Plnkham Medicine Co.,Lynn,
the measure for which the prohibition
Corn—Whole, *73; cracked, *74 per
Mass The rosy it of it* forty years
ists have been fighting for several ton.
VIC TIM S O F R I V E R
experience Is Si gum -ervice.
months, was cleared Wednesday when
Hay—Buying prices, f. o. b. Port
D I S A S T E R O V E R 150 the senate by a vote 36 to 33 went on land; Eastern Oregon timothy. *32@
record In favor of attaching the nation 33 per ton; valley timothy, *27028;
Man and Needles.
Peoria, III.—With 63 bodlea recover wide wartime prohibition rider (o the alfalfa. *24024.50; valley grain hay,
Some men are like rusty needles; ed and the total number of dead esti pending agriculture extension bill.
*24 0 26; clover, *21; straw. *9010.
By this vote the senate reversed the
Butter—Cubes, extra, 45c; prime
the best way to clean and brighten mated at 150 to 200 persons, govern
them is with work.—Youth's Compan ment, state and county officials began chair's ruling of the rider out of order. firsts. 44c; prints, extras. 47048c;
searehlng inquiries Into the cause of
The indications are that the senate cartons, 102c extra: butterfat. No. 1,
the wreck of the excursion steamer will adopt the prohibition amendment 47 051c per pound delivered Portland;
Columbia Friday night.
by an even larger majority than 203c less at stations.
Suvtvora have charged that the big shown by the vote Wednesday.
Eggs—Oregon ranch, current re
steamer, carrying 500 passengers on a
The concurrence of the house is re ceipts. 37c; candled. 41c; selects, 42Vfcc
O n« hundred and sixty five Kooma. all Mod«rn return trip from Peoria to Pekin, III., garded as a foregone conclusion, inas per dozen.
Improvement-« frno phonmt on «»vary floor.
was driven against a sandbank scarcely much as that body Initiated the move
Poultry—Hens. 26 0 27c; broilers,
Rates: 76c to $1.50 per day: $2.50 to 10 feet from shore and about five miles for war prohibition by adopting an 30 032c; ducks, young. 30c; geese and
south of Peoria, during a heavy fog. amendment to the pending bill de turkeys, nominal.
$5.00 per week.
Veal— Fancy, 19c per pound.
Oppoftit« Court hou m \ 2 block* from I’ontofllc«. First reports were that the craft had signed to suspend the liquor traffic.
The "wets,” considering such des
Pork— Fancy. 23c per pound.
lir a IToof. 8. 1* and Ortvon Electric pa«* door. struck a snag or submerged log.
While the orchestra continued to perate tactics as filibustering the pas
Fruits—Cherries, 5012o per lb.;
play on the dance floor which proved sage of the legislation, virtually con peaches, 66 0*1.40; new apples. *2.25
a death-trap to most of the 200 dancers, cede their defeat In congress and are 02.50 per box; loganberries. *1.76 per
the vessel. It was said, barked Into falling back on the hope that President crate; raspberries, *3 per crate; plums
deep water, where It suddenly broke Wilson will veto the bill on the ground *2.2502.50 per box; apricots, *17502
lluMinm«H crie* for trained mind«. Gnuip your
opportunity. Knoril now in Northwaat'a (»imrest In two and Immediately settled on the that a deprivation of alcoholic bev per box.
buainoMM e n llw . Itrhnkc-Walker, Portland. PVra bottom of the river with only the erages will create disaffection among
Vegetables—Tomatoes, *203.00 per
pilot-house and part of the super the workers in vital war Industries.
crate; cabbage, 2H03A&C per pound;
structure appearing above the water.
lettuce. *2.50 per crate; cucumbers,
*1.25 0 2 per dozen; garlic, 7c; pep
Panama Promises Cleanup.
pers, 25 040c per lb.: peas, 8©10c per
, Bought, Sold. R.ntod .nd R.pslrad
pound: beans. 12012c per pound; cel
W A L K K K E LE C TR IC W ORKS
Burned*, cor. 10th.
Portland. O ra
ery, *1.2501.50 per dozen.
I,ondon. — A dispatch from Vladi
Colon so that American troops now
Sack Vegetables—Carrots, *2 per
vostok, dated Sunday, June 30, to on duty in those cities may be with
turnips. *2 0 2.26; parsnips,
Hides, Pelts, c b ? £ * Wool & Mohair Reuter's, says that the commandant drawn were Issued by the government *1.25; beets. *2.25.
V. ts l ea h - WHS In Pria, sd USev Tie«.
Potatoes—Oregon Burbanks. *1.500
ultimatum to the local Bolshevlkl. The ■ The sale of liquor will be restricted 2 per hundred; new, 3He per pound.
th e h .
N o rto n c o m p a n y ,
F w tU nd. Or... Soattl*. Wa.. IWlllnshun. Wn.
Onions—Yellow. *2.50 per sack; red,
shevik! were opposing the passage of soldiers; the opium traffic is outlawed $2 per sack.
C*echo-81ovaks from western Siberia and sanitary regulations will be en
Hops— 1917 crop, 13014c p£r pound;
to Vladivostok and the local Bolshe forced. A small force of American contracts, 16017c.
O T T i n Vaal. Pork. Beef.
W oo l— Eastern Oregon, 35 056c;
Poultry. Bolter, F.gg.
an antagonistic manner toward the The force will be withdrawn as soon mohair, Oregon, new clip, 65c per lb.
* * *
and Farm Produce.
to th«* Old R*li*hlff F.v«*rdlnv hou«« with a
duty to take such steps as lay in his fected.
rocord o f 46 year« o f .Square Dealings, and
July 8. 1918.
W aaaurad o f T O P M ARKET PRICES.
power to assist his fellow-countrymen.
Prime steers................ *12.00013.00
F. M. C R O N K H IT E ,
Good to choice steers... . 11.00012.00
Pershing Makes Denial.
4.V47 Front Straat,
Portland. O rtfon
Washington. D. C. — Statements of Medium to good steers. . 9.00O10.00
Peoria, 111. — Seventy seven bodies
had been recovered Monday night Oerman cruelties attributed by a St. Fair to medium steers . . 8.000 9.00
from the wreckage of the steamer Co Louis newspaper to an unnamed ser Common to fair steers . . 5.000 8.00
lumbia. Karl R. Harnewoolt, diver, geant of the American expeditionary Choice cows and heifers . 8.500 9.00
B U Y D I R E C T
said there were fully 25 more bodies forces sent to the United States to Com. to good cows and h f 6.00(0 7.50
pinned within the wreckage of the assist in the third liberty loan are Cannera....................... . 3.000 4.50
excursion steamer. An investigation denied by General Pershing In a cable Bulls............................
. 6.000 8.00
of the sinking Is under way. United gram made public Thursday by the
Calves.......................... . 8.50011.50
States Inspectors were at the scene war department.
.Up Your Own Plumbing | and questioned survivors. They also General Pershing recommended that Stockers and feeders... . 7.000 9.00
summoned members of the crew, If the sergeant was quoted correctly
By bujrtn» direct from n« at wholeaat* pric««
whom they questioned separately. The he be returned immediately to Franco Prime mixed................ $17.00017.50
and save the plnmher'a profits. W rit* us to
Medium mixed............. 16.75017.26
nature of the investigation was not for active duty.
day your need* Wa will *W e yon our rock-
Rough heavies............ . 16.00016.50
bottom "dlrect-to-ytm " price*. f. o. b. rail or
boat. Wa actually save you from 10 to $6 par
Twenty-three 8hlps Finiahed.
P i* » ............................. . 16.76016.25
oant A ll (rood* rnarantaad.
Washington, D. C.— Completion of Bulk............................. . 16.850 17.00
Mailed Flat Hit Made.
Northwest headquarter« feu lea d e r Water
Amsterdam. — Commenting upon 23 ships of 122,771 deadweight tons
Syatama and Pullar A Johnson Rngrinaa.
President Wilson's Fourth of July ad in the first week of July made a total Lambs.......................... *13.00013.50
of 223 new vessels built under the di
dress the Vienna Relchpost saya:
Valley lambs................ . 12.00012.75
S I S T h ird S t r a a t.
P o rtla n d . O ra t a n
“ President Wilson's latest formula Is rectlon of the shipping board. Their
Yearlings..................... . 8.000 9.50
nothing more than a renewed declara aggregate tonnage Is 1,415,021.
Of the new fleet 218 vessels already Wethers....................... . 7.500 8.60
tlon of war— nothing but an announce
P. N. U.
No. 2a, 1918
Ewes............................ . 6.000 7.60
are In service.
ment of mailed flat peace.”
I.ondon.—A break In diplomatic re
lations between (Jermany and the
Bolshevik government and a counter
revolution In Kussla have followed In
swift, dramatic sequence the slaying of
fount von Mlrbacb, the German am
bassador. In Moscow.
Both of Tuesday's developments are
so cloauly Identified with the assassin
atlon of the German dlplnmat that all
three become merely Incidents of the
latest great political convulsion In
An Kxchange Telegraph dispatch
says that as soon as Emperor William
heard of the assassination of Count
Mlrbacb, the German ambassador to
Itusala, he ordered Ambassador von
Kuehlniann to break off negotiations
with the delegates In Berlin.
A strong guard has been placed be
fore the house of the Bolshevlkl am
bassador In Berlin, as It Is feared the
populace of the capital will start antl-
Nikoiai i.eninn, the Bolshevik pre
mier, Is endeavoring to placate the
Germans by appointing an “extraordi
nary commission of Investigation" to
probe tho death of Count von Mlrbach.
The rommtaaton Is beaded by "Com
Meanwhile Berlin Is doing Ita utmost
in make capital out of the Von
Mlrbach affair. A Gorman official ac
count of the aasaaslnatlon concludes:
"The result of a preliminary Inquiry
permits the assumption that agents In
the service of tba entente are Impllcat-
■ • In the affair."
All tho German newspapers declare
the murder of fount von Mlrbaah must
Inevitably have a great Influence on
Russo German relations.
The assassination la viewed by the
newspapers here aa an event which
may have far reaching results.
Fresh meat is perishable. It
must be sold within about two
weeks for whatever it will bring.
M A T E R I A L DID R E A D Y
A certain amount of
beef is frozen for foreign
shipment, but domestic
markets demand fresh,
chilled, unfrozen bee£
Swift & Company can
not increase prices by
withholding meat, be
cause it will not keep fresh
and salable for more than
a few days after it reaches
Swift & Com pany cannot tell
at the time of purchasing cattle,
w hat price fresh meat w ill bring
w hen put on sale. If between
purchase and sale, market con
ditions change, the price of meat
must also change.
C A U S E OF E N T E N T E
That Lydia E. Pinkham’a
Vegetable Compound Did
For Ohio Woman.
T h e F o o d A d m in is tra tio n
limits our profit to 9 per cent on
capital invested in the meat
departments. This is about 2
cents per dollar of sales. N o
profit is guaranteed, and the
risk of loss is not eliminated.
NORTHWEST MARKET REPORT
Young W om en an d M en
i ELECTRIC MOTORS
A s a matter of fact, meat
often sold at a loss because
the need of selling it before
Swift & Company, U.S. A
8oothe Itching Skins
With Cutlcura. Bathe with Cutlcura
pSore Eyes, Eyes Inflamed by
d o n , Dust and Wind quickly
Soap and hot water, dry and apply the
relieved by Murine. Try it in
Ointment. This usually affords relief
your Eyes and in Baby's Eyes.
and points to speedy healment. For
free samples address. “Cutlcura. Dept. Murine Eye Remedy At
Your Dm***.»«*« or by
60c per bottle. M a r ia «
X. Boston.” At druggists and by mall. Era U n , id T a b « 25c. F F o r Book o f tks Kys — F r « « .
C e . C h ic a g o d
Soap 25, Ointment 25 and 50.— Adv.
Dr. Pierce’ s Pellets are best for liver,
bowels snd stomach. One little Pellet
for a laxative—three for a cathartic.
Often what is given Is small, yet the
result from it is great.
Mankind and Money.
In this willing old world a man will
sit up all night to hear money talk,
then work for money all day.—Atlanta
A Woman’s Invention.
The machine that makes artificial
comb foundation for beehives is the
invention of Frances A. Dunham, who
patented it In 1881. The ready-made
comb of beeswax permits the bees to
devote themselves entirely to filling
the cells, increasing the output of
Would Be Only Natural.
Francis was busily engaged In cut
ting pictures from the magazines and
coloring them. At length he completed
the cutting and coloring of the Statue
of Liberty (holding a glorious orange-
colored torch in her hand) and after
careful scrutiny, after the manner of
all great artists, he remarked to him
self: “ H ’m, guess I’ll make the Statue
What has become of the o. f. woman
of Liberty’s cheeks red, 'cause she’s who used to use her thumb nail to
out in the fresh sir all the time.”
make pretty etchings on pound prints
of butter, then sold the prints for nine
cents a pound?— St. Paul Dispatch.
He that respects others is respect
ed by them.
UP both the flesh and
strength of pale, puny,
scrofulous children, for
young or old people, get
Dr. Pierce’s Golden Medi
cal Discovery. It's the
best thing known for a
wasted body aDd a weak
oughly purifies the blood,
enriches it and makes
effective every natural
means of cleansing, re
pairing. and nourishing
the system. In recovering
from fevers, pneumonia, or other de
bilitating diseases, nothing can equal
It as an appetising, restorative tonlo
to bring back health and vigor. Always
benefits In nervous snd general debil
ity. Sold In tablet or liquid form.
Purify and rid your blood of the
taints snd poisons that make It easy
for disease to fasten Ita hold.
Doctor Pierce's Pellets were first
put In ready-to-use form nearly fifty
years ago, and will always relieve the
Inactive liver and biliousness. Insist
on getting Doctor Pierce's Pleasant
Pelletb—there la none so good.—Adv,
CORNS LIFT OUT
You corn-pestered men and women
need suffer no longer. Wear the shoes
that nearly killed you before, says
this Cincinnati authority, because a
few drops of freezone applied directly
on a tender, aching corn or callous
stops soreness at once and soon the
corn or hardened callous loosens so It
can be lifted out, root snd all, with
A small bottle of freesone coeta
very little at any drug store, but will
positively take off every hard or soft
corn or callous. This should be tried
as it Is Inexpensive and Is said not
to Irritate the surrounding skin.
If your druggist hasn't any freesone
tell him to get s small bottle for you
from his wholesale drug house. It Is
flue stuff and acta like s charm every