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RED (ROSS TO AID
IN N. Y. EPIDEMIC
NORTHWEST MARKET REPORTS;
GENERAL CROP CONDITIONS
NEW S ITEMS
O f General Interest
CARRANZA’S NOIE OfFERS PROMISE
OE PEACE WITH UNITED STATES
INSTEAD OF MEAT
S U B S T IT U T E S
Washnigton, D. C.— Here are the S O M E
Portland — Hay — Kaatern Oregon
H IG H E S T -P R IC E D F O O D .
salient features of the note from Gen
timothy, $236/,24 per ton; valley tim
othy, $186419; alfalfa, $146415.
eral Carranza to be handed to Secre
M illfeed —Spot prices: Hran, $2664
tary of State Lansing, which promises
E xp ert G ive s A d vice T h a t la W ell
2(1.60 |>er ton; ahorts, $296429.60;
to lead to an eventual diplomatic ad
rolled barley, $31.606432.50.
W o rth Follow ing at T h is T im a
justment o f the Mexican situation:
Corn Whole, $37 per ton; crack
W hen P rovisions A re Gener
Washington, D. C. — The monthly
1— Assurances that Mexican troops
ally at a H ig h Figure.
Vegetable»---Artichokes, 7&r6t$l per bulletin o f the Federal Reserve board, will establish peace and order in
'By MIBS B AB B E L L , Missouri Collece
issued this week, disscussing business
c r a te ; cabl>age, $2642.25 |*er hundred;
2— Assurances that adequate meas
The high meat bill Is a great causa
garlic, 10c |>er pound; peppers, 26c
ures will be taken to prevent a repeti
of the high cost of living. Many people
" W h ile the crops o f this section w ill tion o f raids into American territory.
|>er (found; eggplant, 10c; horseradish,
believe that meats are absolutely nec
Hfc; lettuce, $1641.26 (ter crate; cu- be less than the average, due to dam
3— Charge that the presence o f
essary, and they do have the advan
1 cumbers, 766/,$1.16 pur dozen; spinach, age by late frosts and drouth, the American troops is responsible for un
tage of having a good flavor and being
1646c [>er (found; asparagus, 76c64$l
settled conditions, with a statement of
| very easily and quickly cooked, but
per dozen; rhubarb, 124c per pound; farmers and fruit growers will be pro events to date.
many of us would have bigger pocket-
peas, 36/4c; cauliflower, $1.25 crate; tected from loss through the greater
4— Reiteration o f the view that the
books and better health If we spent for
¡celery, $1.10641.26 per dozen; corn, prices which they will receive for their troops should t>e withdrawn.
only a sixth Instead of a third of
666475c per dozen.
6— Announcement that the de facto
Peach growers who last
Potatoes— Old, $1.60641.65 per sack;
government has accepted in principle what we pay for food. One of the
year permitted their crops to rot on
j new, 26424c per pound.
the suggestion o f pan-American medi members of the home economics fac-
the trees because o f the unprofitable
and request that the United i ulty of the University of Missouri
New York— An appeal to the Am er
prices prevailing are this year con
goes home to the farm every summer,
States declare its attitude thereon.
ican lied CroHH for nurse« to aid in $3643.25 |ier sack.
tracting to sell their product, which
where her father and brothers are do
«tam ping out the »course o f infantile
will lie 40 to 60 per cent o f the aver
plenty of hard outdoor work. She
paralyse here, which, aince June 1, 1.76 per crate; apples, new, $1.60 per age, at more than double the prices ; the questions at issue by direct negoti gives her mother a vacation, takes
ha« cauned the 196 deatha among
prevailing at the same time last year.
taloups, 90 c 64$3 per crate; apricots,
The note is couched in vigorous lan charge in the kitchen herself and feeds
children, wua made
Saturday b y '
"T h e damage from the frost to a p -!
but in spite o f some o f the the household to a large extent on
Health Commissioner Emerson. There !
pies and pears in the Northwest has
sharp comments made, it is said by the meat substitutes, which they seem to
are not enough trained nuraea avail
been quite serious and general but the
raspberries, $1.60641.75; plums, $1.10
Mexican embassy to be conciliatory in find well adapted to their needs.
able in New York to handle the work,
prediction is made that notwithstand
Fish Is not as good a meat substitute
641.25; [trunes, $1.25641.60; loganber
he aaid, and it had been found nerea-
ing this the year’s crop w ill exceed tone. It is said that it cannot possibly as many people believe. For while It
ries, $1.2561.1.50; blackcaps, $1.2564
aary to aak aid of the chief o f the Ked
that o f 1915.
1.60; currants, $1.26641.50.
fying hostile action by the American seems less heavy, it Is not less likely
Cross bureau o f nursing at Wa«hing-
This year’s grain crop of the tw elfth
to form objectionable aclda, but milk,
E g g » - Oregon ranch, current re
forces assembling on the frontier.
It waa intimated that several
I district w ill be from 20 to 30 per cent
ceipts, 22c; extras, 234c.
The President w ill not seek to read milk products and eggs are good things
hundred workera were needed.
less than that o f last year. This short
[trices: Oregon ranch, candled, 2464
into the note what it does not contain. to use Instead of so much meat. A
The call for help waa aent out after
age is due to the unusual drouth which
26c; selects, 26c.
He proposes to take it at its face quart of milk or eight or nine eggs has
a day devoted by health authoritiea
has prevailed during the spring in cer
about as high a food value as a pound
Poultry — Hens, 14c; broilers, I 664
and the moat prominent phyaiciana o f
tain parts o f California.
17Jc [ter pound; turkeys, live, 2064
The recent retirement of American of the best steak, but on most markets
the Greater City to a diacuaaion of
decrease in acreage is reported from
21c; turkeys, dresaed, choice, 2361,25c;
troop« toward the Rio Grande was di will cost much lees. Other wholesome
rneana by which the aproad o f the dia- j
the Northwest. It is asserted that the
ducks, 126415c; geese, 96411c.
rected by the President in spite o f the dishes which should be used to take
ease can be checked. Some encourage
carry over from last year’s wheat crop
B u tter— Cubes, extras, 24|c bid;
irritation caused by the Carrizal inci the place of meat are soups, cottage
ment waa found in the fact that fewer
in Oregon and Washington equals 20
prime firsts, 24c; firsts, 23c; seconds,
dent, for the purpose o f proving to the cheese, cream sauces, variously fla
new caaea were reported Friday than
to 40 per cent o f last year’s crop.
22c. Jobbing prices: Prints, extras,
Carranza government that the Wash vored puddings made of milk and
on Thuraday or Wedneaday.
"M in in g during the past year has
27 í '/29 c ; butterfat, No. 1, 27c; No. 2,
ington administration had no intention cereal of different kinds, and countless
A ll the medical men agreed, how
E/een the most profitable
permanently occupying Mexican other economical, nutritious, easily di
ever, that only by unremitting vigil- j
within this district.
The next most
Veal— Fancy, 10c per pound.
gested dishes which any good house
profitable one has been livestock.
ancc and the atrict enforcement o f e v
Pork— Fancy, 1064104c per pound.
The same motive was behind the an wife knows how to prepare.
ery known sanitary precaution could
"R ecen t rains in Idaho have greatly
H<tps 1916 crop, 8641 lc , 1916 con
nouncement that General Pershing
Boiled eggs cooked In water below
the epidemeic bu kept within bounds. ,
benefilted the grazing landB.
would be assigned to command the de the boiling point are not as bard to di
wool and cattle are all bringing high
Another serious phase o f the situa
W ool— Eastern Oregon, fine, 23 @
partment o f New Mexico and is re gest as many people believe, but if
prices in all o f the states o f this dis
tion waa rejajrted by the Association
26c; coarse, 306432c; valley, 306433c.
sponsible for the talk now emanating cooked In very hot water they are more
for Improving the Condition o f the I
trict. D airying is also prosperous.”
(Tascara bark — Old and new, 4c I
from official circles that this officer is likely to be leathery and hard to di
Poor, which haa found that in the con- 1
to proceed shortly to El Paso, leaving gest. Fried eggs are also more di
geated districts o f the city frightened
Cattle— Steers, choice, $7.50648.20;
a colonel in command o f the troops re gestible If cooked slowly.
mothers have interned their children
good, $6.7661,7.26; cows, choice, $6.25
maining in Mexico.
Nuts are becoming more popular as
in their tenement homes, in many in
6426.60; good, $5.50646.25; heifers,
What the President desires to do is meat substitutes, although many kinds
stances with windows closed.
$461.6.60; bulls, $3645; stags, $4.50646.
Washington, D. C.— High-grade felt to convince General Carranza and his of nuts are not cheaper than meat if
action, it waa pointed out, is likely to
Hogs — Prime light, $8.20648.60; hats can be manufactured from the fur chiefs that this government has no bought on the market at present
have serious effects, not only on the
good to prime, $7.75648.10; rough o f Oregon jackrabbits.
This is no lust for Mexican territory and that he prices. On many farms, however. It
children, hut on adults as well.
$7.60647.75; pigs and skips, longer a theory, but a demonstrated I will gladly order all soldiers to with Is merely a matter of picking up hick
Children's reading rooms in the pub
fact, and Representative N. J. Sinnott, draw once he is satisfied the Carranza ory nuts, hazelnuts or walnuts, Instead
lic libraries have been ordered closed
Sheep—-Yearlings, $6646.50; weth of Oregon, is today proudly wearing forces are able to maintain peace and of letting the hogs get them, and on a.
as a precautionary measure, and the
ers, $5.50646.50; lambs, $6648.25.
the first and only fe lt fedora ever man order.
great many others It Is a very easy
order barring children from moving
ufactured in the country from jackrab
matter to raise peanuts enough for the
picture theaters w ill not be modified
family and have plenty to fatten a few
until conditions improve. Playgrounds
Last winter Mr. Sinnot discovered
in various parts o f the city were or
that fe lt hat manufacturers were em
dered closed earlier in the day.
Those who wish to try some meat
substitute dishes can secure directions
Portland— There is more inquiry for barrassed because their supply of G e r-:
grain bags now than at any time this j man rabbit fur was cut off with the ¡ Chicago — Reports received by the for making them by writing to the Mis
1 season. Sales are not much larger but war. It occurred to him that jackrab Tribune from all over the entire coun souri college of agriculture at Colum
bia. W e Include here two tried at the
buyers are showing decidedly more bit fur migi t be substituted and he
try up to a late hour Tuesday night college:
interest in bags, and sellers believe an sent to Orego.' for a consignment of
These he turned show eight deaths and 191 persons in
Cottage Cheese— Use sour milk that
It is the jackrabbit skins.
Tokio— The Japanese foreign office active market is not far off.
best-known hat jured as the toil o f the Fourth o f July has set. Warm it slowly In a double
Saturday announced as the substance
manufacturers in the East, with the celebration, as compared with 19 killed boiler, if one is at hand, until the whey
o f the
Russo- Japanese convention Northwest that is causing the inquir , request that they experiment with the and 903 injured in 1915.
separates from the curd. Then strain
signed at Petrograd on July 3, the fo l ies to increase. The rainB o f the past rabbit fur and determine its suitabili
For 17 years the Tribune has col through cheesecloth; chop fine, mix
the casualties with milk or cream and season to taste.
ties for hat manufacture.
First— Japan will take [tart in no ar raise their estimate of the wheat crop
throughout the country on Independ Be careful not to )ieat too long or too
rangement or political combination di and they are now figuring on a yield equal o f any $5 felt hat on the market. ence day for the purpose o f directing
hot before stralnihg, or the curd will
rected against Russia.
Russia will o f 10,000,000 to 15,000,000 bushels It is o f fine, soft texture, smooth to public attention to what was in the be
, be tough
take [tart in no arrangement or politi
ginning o f this period no less than a
Creamed Fish In Rice Cases— l ine a
This condition naturally has the touch and clear in color and grain.
cal combination directed against Ja|t- June.
buttered mold about a quarter of an
In the last half dozen years reports
it a first-class headpiece and one that
Second — In case the territorial quotations are still around the 12-cent ought to command a good price in the have shown these casualties on the de Inch thick with boiled rice. Fill with
chopped or boned salmon or other fish,
rights or special interests in the Far
cline, and this year has seen them re
which thick white sauce has been
East o f one o f the contracting parties
The year 1915
Mr. Sinnott was told by manufactur- j duce to a minimum.
Brown slightly in F e oven,
which are recognized by the other con
showed a setback in the steady decline
The entire coast crop is growing in ers, who entered upon the experiment
tracting party are menaced, Japan and
in casulaties, due probably to the fact turn from the mold and serve.
Russia w ill consult each other on meas size and there are no more bags in jackrabbit fur made a much better hat that there was practically a two-day
sight than there were. As a California
ures to adopt with a view to support
He also celebration, the Fourth falling on Sun
authority expresses it, for every bag than they had anticipated.
dish with puff paste,
ing or extending assistance for the
day and the legal holiday on Monday.
in sight two w ill be needed. In Cali learned from them that jackrabbits to
safeguarding and defense o f these
Deaths for the last eight years have bake ten minutes in a hot oven and
fornia, as here, there has not been
rights and interests.
1916, 8 deaths; 1915, 19; allow to rise. Cover this with a layer
much buying by farmres in anticipa be killed in the winter months, when
To a question from the Associated
1914, 9; 1913, 32; 1912, 41; 1911, 57; of good sausage meat, fill it with four
to six squabs stuffed with a force
Press representative as to what effect tion o f crop needs, but this is a con from the colder portions o f the West.
1910, 141; 1909, 215.
meat flavored with truffles. Cover the
the alliance would have upon the open dition that cannot last much longer.
Much was heard earlier in the season
birds with a layer of sausage meat and
Portland Man Killed.
door and the integrity o f China, the
i o f bulk handling o f grain, but it is
foreign office replied:
Portland— V. D. Burnell, coxswain another o f past6. Paint the pie with
evident now that there w ill be but
"T h e convention is effectually an
Klamath Falls — A new road to in the regular navy and one o f the yolk of egg and bake from one to two
| little relief for the situation on this
emphasis upon and an extension o f the
shorten the distance from Eugene to crew o f the training ship Boston, was hours. Fill the hole left In the center
Anglo-Japanese alliance based upon score.
Klamath county points and to make a fatally injured Tuesday morning at 6 with one cupful of melted aspic jelly.
the territorial integrity o f China,
new route for tourists from that sec o ’clock by the premature explosion o f Serve cold.
whose open door and integrity are not
tion bound for California, is being con a six-pound charge during the firing o f
W hen Cooking Greens.
endangered. Ameircan trade and in
Chehalis, Wash.— The Cowlitz, Che- sidered in this city. Arrangements the Independence day salute aboard the
greens are cooked, add a tiny
terests are in no wise affected."
halis & Cascade railway company in
pinch of baking soda to the first water
supplemental articles o f incorporation question up with the County court next a local hospital.
Eight shots has been discharged In which they are parboiled for five
King Congratulates Men.
has increased its capital stock from week at its regular July term.
Ixtndon— The following message was $100,000 to $1,000,000. The name of present route from Eugene to Crescent from the six-pound gun in firing the minutes. Drain this water off and re
sent by K ing George to General Sir the company has been changed to read is via McKenzie Pass and Bend, a dis salute when the accident occurred. place It with fresh water for the final
The proposed The ninth charge had been thrust into cooking.
Douglas Haig, commanding the British as above, instead o f the Chehalis, tance o f 170 miles.
the old m ili the chamber and C. F. Trullinger,
troops on the Franco-Belgian front: Cowlitz & Cascade. The company has
"P le a s e convey to the army under your a large crew at work all along its 22 tary road, would make the distance member o f the crew, was standing be
Dice the remains of a veal roast,
command my sincere congratulations on miles o f projected line rushing its from Eugene to Crescent 109 miles and side the gun closing the breech when
The brass shell add one-half onion grated and one cup
the results achieved in the recent fight work and expects to have the road would have the effect o f routing the the powder exploded.
ing. I am proud o f my troops. None completed to four miles southeast o f southern-bound tourist through Cres was thrown back against the deflector ful celery cut fine. Serve on cress
could have fought more bravely.” Gen. Onaiaska, near Salkum, by fall. The cent via Crater Lake and Klamath o f the gun and. tearing through that, a with mayonnaise or boiled dressing.
eral Haig, in reply, said: " A l l ranks Chehalis Mill company has its plans Falls and on into California via Tule portion o f it struck Burnell, who was Amount of onion and celery given will
will do their utmost to deserve Your all completed now to sush work on its Lake road, through the Modoc lava standing directly in its path pointing flavor four cupfuls o f meat.
new 76,000 sawmill in South Chehalis beds.
M ajesty’s confidence and praise.”
Carrots and Peas Creamed.
Scrub and cut into dice enough car
Twenty-five Infants Die.
Carranza Troops Pursuing Bandits.
Record M ortgage Filed.
Some Grant Crops Damaged.
New York — Twenty-five children rots to make a pint Let stand In cold
Chihuahua C ity — Large Carranza
Astoria — One o f the largest mort
Canyon City, Ore.— Unsettled weath gages filed in Clatsop county for many died from the epidemic o f infantile water for half an hour. Drain and
forces, better organized and more com
pletely equipped than any other units er conditions have prevailed through years was recorded this week. It was paralysis here during the 24 hours end cook In an uncovered kettle of boiling
o f the de facto government troops, out Grant county for the past two given by the Crown W illam ette Paper ed at 6 o’clock Tuesday night, accord water until carrots are tender. (Old
Saturday were closing in on the band weeks. Considerable rain has fallen company to the Continental & Com ing to an announcement by the health carrots require about one-quarter of
its o f Southern Chihuahua and North and has caused damage to some crops mercial Trust & Savings bank and department. Twenty-four deaths oc an hour.) Add a pint of peas and a
ern Durango, intent on wiping them and much inconvenience to sheepmen, F rank H. Jones, of Chicago. It covers curred in Brooklyn and one in Manhat pint of cream sauce.
out. Jiminez, which the Villistas cap who are in the midst o f shearing oper all the paper company’s extensive tim- tan. Fifty-nine new cases and 31 sus
Yellowness In Clothes.
tured after defeating an inferior force ations. The first crop o f alfalfa is berland holdings in Oregon and Cali pected cases o f the disease were re
Three things will cause white
and killing General Ignacio Ramos, ready, but owing to the weather con fornia and was given as security for ported from four boroughs. O f these,
has been occupied again by government ditions, the farmers are delaying the $6,000,000 in 6 per cent bonds, issued 48 cases and 15 suspected cases are clothes to yellow—the Iron In the we*
tsr, a too free use of soda, or Improper
cutting until good curing weather.
by the company.
Crop Shortage Will Be Offset
by Higher Prices This Year
Health Authorities Send Out Appeal for
More trained Nurses.
CAUSE Of DISEASE MYSTERIOUS
Frantic Mothers Interne Children in
Tenement Homes — 45 Cases
Found Outside Gotham.
Representative Sinnott Now
Wears Oregon Jackrabbit Fedora
Independence Day Accidents
Decrease in Past Eight Years
As Wheat Season Advances
More Grain Bags Are Needed
Japan and Russia Agree on China;
Open Door Policy Not Endangered
New Route Proposed.
Road Increases Capitol to a Million.