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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1916)
BY IRISH LEADER
lohn Redmond Says People Will Resist
Conscription Most Vigorously.
CONCILIATION ONLY CAN WIN
Declares Recruiting Not Dead, But
Every Effort Must Be Toward
Calming Active Element.
PITTS B U R G H ON EDGE OF ASIA
V H U FORCES MEN ÏO JOIN HIM;
NORTHWEST MARKET REPORTS;
PEOPIE FIEE IHREAÎENED CITIES
Persian and T a r t a r M illio n
GENERAL CROP CONDITIONS In Baku aires
Ride in Jeweled
Field iiead'juurtors American Puni
tive Expedition, Mexico.— Fear o f V il
la throughout southern Chihuahua, ac
cording to reports received at head
quarters, bus caused wagonloads of
refugees to stream Into Kl Valle and
Han Buenaventura, from tho south.
The reports also say that residents are
deserting the towns along the railroad.
Kl Valle, near which Is the southern
most cgmp of the punitive expedition,
Is said to be overcrowded.
Iteports conflict regarding the ban
dit leader's headquarters.
Villa, according to rumor, Is attach
P O R TL A N D M AR KETS
Wheat— Bluestem. f 1.36; fortyfold,
$1.30; club, $1.28; red fife, $1.30; red
Oata— No. 1 White, feed, $28.
Harley— No. 1 feed, $33.
F lou r— Patents, $0.80; straights,
$6.20®6.60, exports, $8.20; valley,
$0.40; whoie wheat, $7; graham, $8.80.
Mill feed— Spot prices: Hran $23 per
ton; shorts, $25 per ton; rolled barley,
Corn— Whole, $42 per ton; cracked,
Hay— Producers’ prices:
eastern Oregon, $16.50®18 per ton,
timothy, valley, $15 ® 16; alfalfa.
£- " I T
me* U $14.60016.50; Wheat h a y .’ $13 50®
between the ages of 10 and 80.
14 50; oat and vetch, $13®13.50; cheat,
Kl Paso, Tex — Francisco Villa and * ' 2; c,over- * 10'
. . . .
, Butter— Cubes, extras, 31c. Jobbing
K00 bandits are moving from theOuer|
uses: Prints, extras, 33®36c; butter
No. I. O K NO. 2 . 200. I’ortlud.
lion toward Munta Rosalia, 100 miles
Eggs— Oregon ranch, current re-
south of Chihuahua City, a refugee i
from the < uslhulrlachlc mining dis- n £ .h‘ cand,„ d> 4()c.
trlet reported here. He says Villa Is
Poultry— Hens, 14®15c; springs. 15
sinning In the direction o f ( urtchlc, ^ ¡ 7c pt,r pound; turkeys, live, 20®
Veal— Fancy, 12®12%c per pound.
Pork— Fancy, 12>/4®13c per pound.
Vegetables— Artichokes, 75c®$1 per
dozen; tomatoes, 50® 60c per crate;
cabbage, $1.35 per hundred; peppers,
4 ® 5c per pound; eggplant, 5 ® 6c per
pound; lettuce, 20®25c per dozen;
i K <«.
Waterford, Ireland In a noteworthy
address to liln conatltuenta here, John
itedmo d. Out lrlMli nationalist leader
In parliament, declared tb a l^ lesp lte
the recent rebellion, “ w'th all ita In
evitable aftermath of brutalities, stu
pidities ami Inflamed pUMSlons,” home
rule for Irelund Is safe If Ireland re
cucumbers. 2 6 @ 5 i " I>*■ r box; cel ery,
Mr. Kedmnnd also reel a red that con
60® 75c per dozen; corn, 10®20c per
scription could never be forced upon
Potatoes— Oregon buying price, 90c
" I cannot bring myself to believe
®$1 per hundred, country points;
sweets, 2 ® 2 Vic per pound.
that, mullan though the Influences at
Onions— Oregon buying price, $1.60
work are, the government will ba In-
per sack, country points.
wane enough to challenge a conflict
Green Fruits— Apples, new, 50c@
with Ireland on this subject. Conscrip
$1.50 per box; cantaloupes, 60c®$1.25
per crate; peaches, 40@65c per box;
tion for Ireland, far from helping the
watermelons, 1c per pound; pears, 75c
army and the war, would be the most
®$1.50; grapes, 75c®$1.40; casabas,
fatal thing that could happen.
l% c ; Turkish melons. 3c per pound.
would be resisted In every village In
Cattle— Steers, prime, $firstname.lastname@example.org;
Its utteiupted enforcement
steers, good. $email@example.com; steers, common
would be a scundul, which would ring
to fair, $5®5.50; cows, choice, $5®
around the world. It would produce
5.50; cows, medium to good, $4®4.50;
no additional men."
cows, ordinary to fair, $firstname.lastname@example.org; heif
Continuing, the Irish parliamentary
ers. $4®5.75; bulls, $3®4.25; calves,
"T h e meru threat Is paralyzing re
p W . O O E .B L L
Hogs— Prime, $9.50®10; good to
cruiting, which, mark you. 1 m not dead
prime mixed, $email@example.com; rough heavy,
us some people say. The latest figures I
P. W. Goebel, president of the Com $8.75©9.25; pigs and skips, $8.25®
Indeed show that from the date of the
rising (Caster Sunday) until Septem mercial National bank of Kansas City,
Sheep— Lambs. $5.50®8.75; yearling
Kan., is the new president of the
ber, 60b0 recruits were received.
$5.75®7.25; old wethers, $5.50
"Th is demand for conscription Is not
a genuine military demand. It Is a was chosen at the annual meeting at ®7.25; ewes, $firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kansas City, Mo.
Hops— 1916 crop, 10® 12c per pound.
base political device put forward by
Hides— Salted hides, 25 pounds and
men who want to Injure and discredit ~
up j 7c; gajted hides, 50 pounds and
Ireland's political future and revive by Han Francisco de Borja and Hatevo, up, 12c; salted kip, 15 pounds to 25
auy und every means bad blood be through which the Mexican Central pounds, 17c;
salted calf, up to 15
tween the two countries. In the wicked railroad passes. This Journey Is 15 pounds, 23c;
green hides, 50 pounds
hope that when the war Is over the miles overland and Is through the and up, 15c;
green stags, 50 pounds
lirltish people may tolerate some at wildest country o f w ester* chihuahua, and up. 11c; green kip, 15 pounds, 17c;
tempt t > repeal the homo rule act.
The refugee was told by one of dry flint hides, 28c; dry flint calf, up
"T h e way to continue to get recruits Villa's colonels after the b&ttle of Cue-
to 7 pounds. 30c; dry salt hides, 24c.
Is far different. Appeas the Inflamed Ihulrlachlc that be must stay away
W ool— Eastern Oregon, fine, 23®
feeling In Irelund. Withdraw inartlul from Villa if be valued hta life, as "the
26c; coarse, 30@32c; valley, 30@32c.
law, make it plain that the defense of general" had announced that he would
Cascara Bark— Old and new, 6c per
the realm act will be administered In kill all Mexicans who were employed
the same spirit as It Is administered In by American companies.
Pelts— Dry long wooled pelts, 21c;
Kngluud, Scotland and Wales. Treat
dry short-wooled pelts, 17c; dry shear
prisoners urrested during the rising
Nogales, Arlz. —Several hundred Ya-
us political prisoners. Put an end to quls attacked Lalno, 85 miles south of lings, 10®25c each; salted lamb pelts,
75c@$1.25; salted short wooled pelts,
Insults and attacks upon Ireland und here, late Monday. The fighting last- j 50c®$l.
recognize generally what she has done.
ed several hours
Many are reported
Tallow — No. 1, 6V6c; No. 2, 5V&c;
"On these lines, the government may ! killed but no particulars are available, grease, 4c.
snooted In recruiting, even after all
The whole country is reported to be j
that has happened. Hut as for con aroused and the band is believed to be
scription, In that way lies madness, the same tribe which burned Sierra la
Su0ar Recovera From DroP-
ruin and disaster."
Plata mines. 45 miles southeast o f
Sugar advanced 15 cents again yes-
Mr. itedmond said It was absolutely here, recently.
Much uneasiness is terday, making a total increase of 65
false that he or his colleagues ever felt by Nogales and Sonora officials, i cents within the past 30 days. This
favored a scheme providing for a per
nearly wipes out the sensational drop
inanent division of the ancient nation.
Battery A T a k e. Oath.
o f 75 cf nt* ™ade alb° n.t two ™?ntha
_ , ,
ago, and all signs point to a continued
< u lexIco.-B attery A, Oregon field adVance to higher prices than early
artillery, took the new oath Thursday tliis summer, when all records were
night and thereby became a recognized broken. Granulated cane sugar is now
military unit in the national guard of $7 75 a 8ack.
Oregon and of the I nlted States with
Potatoes are advancing In price. The
an established peace footing of 126 middle western crop this year is said
Berlin, by Wireless to the Associated men.
I he oath was administered by
be from 40 to 60 per cent short and
Press via Hayvtlle, N. Y.— Subscrip Captain White, o f Troop A The Ore- already the Yakima crop is being
tion to the fifth war loan closed at 1 j gon battery, despite the fact that It drawn upon for eastern shipments,
o'clock Saturday. The Lokal Anzelger was the first of the states troops ac- The local crop is not all dug yet, but
says it Is expected the total subscribed tunlly to reach the border, was the |g 8aid to be normal. The price now
will prove to be little, If any, lower last in the state to enter the new na ranges around $21 a ton for locals
than the fourth, by which 10,712,000,- ttonal guard. Captain White congrat- and j 25 for Yakimas.
000 marks was raised.
utated the battery on its record.
Frosty nights have caused some of
The last day of receiving subscrip
the fresh local field products to be
tions wns marked by a rush of Bmali
Tomatoes are being
268 W hale. Are Taken.
picked green by growers who want to
Aberdeen, Wash.— Tho whaling sea save what they can before a killing
Paris.— Reports from Paris and the son on Grays Harbor came to a close
i A ' the » remainder
A « 'A 0 « T of
...... t u . fro8t 7
provinces show that the Hocond great with n catch of 268 for the year. This crop. Blackberries in the valley were
war loan promises to bo an even great Is better than the normal catch, al said to be badly damaged by Monday
though not up to last season,
er success than tho first.
. . , night's frost, but the local demand is
In Paris rain kept many away on 334 were taken
The season s catch „ ht and prlce9 failed to advance,
tho morning nf tho opening day, but is estimated a « having a total value of
are BtiU Jobblng at
In th<> afternoon there were long wait nearly $200.000
Nine sperms were
/ c”ate‘ but an advance is ex-
ing Hues outside all places where sub arriong those taken this season and
Klberta and Crawford
scriptions were taken. A large num this Is about the average catch for a
ho8 are 8tll, runnlng 8trong at
ber o f persons paid for their stock in season of this most valuable species
Poaches are rapidly
gold. At one window of tho Bmik of
their season. Can-
Franco alono 300,000 francs In gold ' n z< r
! taloupes are lottin g scarce. Apples
wore paid over In two hours.
are arriving In large quantities.
Mr. Kalanianxole Renominated.
Honolulu.— Returns from Saturday’s
Honey Bee'. Sting Kill*.
Steel Company Buy. Site.
territorial primary election Indicate
North Ynklmn, Wash.— C. F. Gilpin,
that the republicans renominated J.
Portland— Fifteen acres of land sit
n pioneer resident of Prosser, was kill Ktthio Knlatiinnaole for territorial del-' uated north of the plant of the Shell
ed by a bee sting on ono of his fingers. egate to congress and the democrats J Oil company at W illhrldge have been
He quickly became unconscious and rhoso Lincoln L. McCandless. The re purchased as the site for the new
died in 30 minutes after tho injury. publican vote outnumbered the demo Portland plant of the Pacific Coast
Steel company and an allied Industry,
Mr. Gilpin was In tho yard of his home cratic three to one.
according to A. C. Callan, whose orig
when I10 was attacked by an ordinary
inal announcement at a recent pros
Peak T a k e n b y Italians.
honey bee. There was no swelling.
Almost Immediately, however, symp
Rome, via London.— A mountain perity dinner that these two Industries
toms of coma appeared. Bees are de peak 8187 feet high at the head o f the were coming to Portland was made In
clared to be much more Irritable than Vanol Cistnon valley, northwest of The Oregonian.
Approximately 10 acres o f the pur
Trent, has been captured, says an o f
ficial statement. An Austrian attack chased tract will be utilized for the
In the upper Bolte valley, it is added, plant o f the steel company, construc
Swordfish Ram . Launch.
tion of which w ill probably be com
Galveston.— Tho United States en was checked by tho Italians.
menced within the next year. Until
gineering launch Neusos was rammed
the final details o f the entire plant
% Seattle Dock D estroyed.
by a 15 foot swordfish while In the
are worked out, the Identity of the
Inter coastal canal between Oaney
Seattle.— The hay and grain dock auxiliary Industry w ill not he announc
Creek and the Brazos river. A big nnd the gravel hunkers of Galbraith. ed, Mr. Callan said.
Th e property
hole wns made In the launch below the Bacon & Co., at the foot of W all street, purchased does not front on the W il
water line, but she wan kept afloat. were destroyed by fire, causing a loss lamette river, but la not far removed
Tho fish was shot and hauled aboard, estimated at $120,000. The fire started from the waterfront and has adequate
the sword measured five feet In length. from an unknown cause.
New War Loans of Both french
and Germans Are Quickly Taken
JEALOUSY AND LOVE
T H E Y A R E Q U IT E D I8 T IN C T A N D
S E P A R A T E A T T R IB U T E S .
I'm afraid that I «hull have to tell
my great-grandchildren that the Cas
pian Is very little to look ut. at least Idea T h a t Th e re Can Be No L o v .
from Huku, writes II. O. Dwight In the
W ith o ut Large A d m ix tu re o f Je a l
Century. It has no color und It smells
ousy I . N ot by A n y M ean.
outrageously o f kerosene.
W ell Founded.
Baku, however. Is something to look
nf. (Baku Is the Russian truns-Caura-
The prevailing Idea appears to be
sl«n seajM>rt on the Caspian sea.) It
Is n kind o f Pittsburgh dipped In Astu. that there can he no love without a
und It tickled me beyond measure. Not pretty large admixture o f Jeulousy, and
so long ago It was a wretched fishing that, conversely, almost every case o f
village Inhabited chiefly by Persians Jealousy springs from some misguided
arid Tartars, who were too stupid to love affair.
Whether this Idea 1» the right one
sell their land to prowling oil pros
pectors. So those same Persians und or not Is decidedly open to question.
Tartars now roll in gold. And they Meal love affairs preclude Jealousy al
don't know what on earth to do with It. together, and where absolute trust anil
The consequence Is thut nobody but a confidence exist there Is no room at
millionaire cun afford to live In Baku. all for the green-eyed monster.
It Is only when the course o f true
But what a fantastic hodgepodge of
civilisation and barbarism!
What love ceases to run smoothly, or where
types! What costumes! What mor the passion Is uu unlawful one, that
Jealousy creeps In like a canker at the
Above all, what motor cars— sarin root.
One curious attribute o f the Jeal
lined, emblazoned, gilded. Jeweled,
woman who plans to sweep her
skit her! nr there on the edge o f A s ia !
It's too good to be true, but I shan't rivals out of the way Is that she gen
tell you about It. What I want to tell erally shows a murkcil lack of bruins
you uhout Is u park the Russians have In her methods. Jeulousy is popular
made there on the shore o f their Cas ly supposed to arouse a diabolically
pian. They ulways do those things clever Ingenuity In the breast o f the
well, you know. No green thing will Jealous fair one— hut, as a matter of
grow for miles around Baku, but those fact. It seldom does anything o f the
Russians have coaxed u few trees to sort.
In iny opinion, Jeulousy makes wom
sprout in tubs In that tidy little park,
do the most stupid things In the
and bunds far better than I ever heard
Not only does It blunt all
in Central park play you Tschnikowsky world!
feelings, hut at the same
and Rlmsky-Korsakof, not to say Wug-
ner and Verdi and Bizet. And you time It causes u curious confusion of
should see the extraordinary crowds mind, which fulls to take the proper
that listen— the Busslans, theTersiuns, grasp o f cousequence. und which is
tile Armenians, the Georgians, the I a * s - utterly Illogical aud childishly reckless
ghlans, the Tartars, the wild, the In Its workings.
One has only to glance at the dally
swarthy, the fiery, the rainbow col
ored ! My son, when In doubt, go to papers to see tills fact practically Illus
trated. The schemes o f the Jealous
I sat there In the park one after woman are the most childishly Imma
noon, m illing their Caspian, tapping ture in the world, and In almost every
my foot In time to their “ Glinka,” case fall to pieces aud bring speedy
retribution on her own head. For not
when I suddenly made a discovery:
That coon sons we used to sing alone does the victim suffer.
when we were young, “ Lou, Lou. I worst generally comes upon the plot
Love You,” came out o f “ L ife for the ter herself.
Love very often does bring a cer
tain amount of jealousy In its train.
But ut tlie same time it Is entirely up
War Prices in Paris.
to ourselves to curb those feelings and
One hears a great «leal about the
to keep them from outwurd aud visible
rising c«mt o f living In Germany, re
sign of expression.
sulting from the British blockade, but
Moreover, it Is perfectly true that,
comparatively little about the priva
although love generally d«>es admit of
tions o f the allies. The following let
Jealousy, the latter t^in exist and flour
ter from an American engineer In Purls
ish pretty successfully without love.
tells something o f the hurdships of
A woman may be desperately jealous
the City o f Light:
of the attentions which a man pays
“ Cold boiled hnm costs ninety-five
to another woman without In the least
cents a pound and each thin slice
loving that particular man.
comes to ten cents. Butter is uneat-
Jealousy may spring from hurt
able at less than sixty-four cents a
pride, or from balked hopes, or from
imund. and everything is in proportion.
the fear o f what people may say, quite
Gasoline is twenty cents a quart. A l
as frequently as It springs from love.
cohol Is out o f the question, us It is
Therefore, in the last analysis, we
now forty-eight cents a quart as com
pared to fourteen before the war. may most assuredly claim that jea l
ousy and love are two distinct and
Stigur Is fourteen cents a pound.
" I believe the war won’t be over quite separable affairs.— I ’hiludelphiu
before next year, s«j we settle down Inquirer.
to It as a fact to be borne. It hits
Artist Excels in Making Splints.
everyone except a few. I am comfort
an artist who attaint'd fame
able, have enough to eat and a good
She is Miss
!>«*d, but living In 'Juste' (n a r ro w ); Y by deserting her art.
Grace Gussette of Chicago, and Gen
just about come out even.” — V»’al
eral Joffre has just received her at his
headquarters, the first und only Amer
ican woman he has so distinguished.
Caressed the Wrong Hand.
The Broad Ripple cur was crowded Aliss Cassette Is known us the painter
and she and her young man were stauil- o f portraits fine enough to be bung
in the Paris Solon, but it was not for
ing just inside the rear door.
She leaned ngninst the young man that that General Joffre received ber.
and he held to the door which served It was because, leaving h«T art, she
devoted herself to Inventing devices
as n support for the conductor also.
She reached over and patte«! a hand to make wounded soldiers more coiii -
So many ingenious splints
---- the conductor's hand. Passenger* fcrtuble.
on the renr platform smiled. The con «lid sin' contrive t<> make war victims
ductor winked and squeezed her bend. easier that French surgeons asked ber
I ¡lock after block the caresses edn- to write a textbook on the subject.
Not long ago she went to the front
' inn'il. She looked contentedly up at
her young man—and he didn't Know to Introduce a new surgical Imndage,
vlnt he was missing nor what the rear and General Joffre, hearing o f it, ex
platform passengers were laughing pressed a wj.-b to sec the clever young
itiout. Neither did she.
Pink for a Baby Girl.
Why pink for a baby girl and blue
f«ir the boy? The reason for the dis
tinction is not very clear. W e are told
that in Russia and In America blue Is
used In the preparation o f the outfit
for a baby If the parents desire a hoy
and pink If the preference Is for a
girl, and then the old stork brings just
whichever one he pleases regardless
o f the color scheme: so the wise moth*
or uses both pink and blue In her Iny-
(dte. A Russian maiden not only wear?
pink in her girlhood, but adorns her
wedding trousseau plentifully with
“ Whenever my w ife nnd I hnve a
falling out my mother-ln-lnw always
takes my part.”
"That's very nice o f her.”
“ Yes, she means well, hut she only
innkes It twice ns hard for me to
D ifferent System .
"M y w ife constantly posters me for
money. Does yours?”
“ N o ; the people she buys things
from do that."— Boston TrnnscrlpL
A Defense of Poetry.
Poetry is the record o f the host nr.d
happiest moments o f the happiest and
best minds. We are aware o f evuDes
cent visitations o f thought and feeling
sometimes associated with place or
person, sometime, regarding our own
mind alone, and always arising nnfor«'-
seen and departing unbidden, hut ele
vating and delightful beyond all ex
pression; so that evi>n In the desire
and regret they leave, there cannot
but be pleasure, participating as It
docs in the nature of its object. It is,
as it were, the interpenetration of a
diviner nature through our ow n ; hut
its footsteps are like those o f a wind
over the sen, which the coming calm
erases, and whose traces remain only
us 00 the wrinkled sand which paves
It.— Percy Bysshe Shelley.
T h e Difference.
“ Politician, isn’t he?”
“ Oh, no, he’s a statesman."
“ Well, what’s the difference?”
"A statesman, my dear chap, is one
who Is In politics because he has
money. A politician Is one who has
money because he Is In politics».” —