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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 25, 1926)
SWAINS OF MEXICO
PORTI' ANn OFFERS A MARKET
1 1 IlLllJLr FOR YOUR PRODUCE
WOO THROUGH BARS
$2,500 TO SEE WHAT
A HOME LOOKS LIKE
Trapper Makes Long Trip
to View Civilization.
Winnipeg, Mun, When the torn
perature ri'glatera mean U degrees
heluw icro the entire winter md often
dips down to W) mid (in, civilisation
mid III warm ttrea mid cosy home
are mi Inviting prospect and may be
worth all of 12,000 which It cut blin
Tht I the way II. II. Hull from
way up around the Art-tic circle eeci
It nil Hull ought tu be given credit
(or till viewpoint, for lit Just parted
with tlmt iiini for peep at the mod
Wtll Paid for Hardship.
Hull la wlille fix trapper. When
It li eipliilnvd tlmt these valuable
animals only liiluililt the territory ad
jacent to the pole It li enally under
atood why he Uvea In that deeolate
reglou, lie admlta lie la well pit Id,
from a uionelury etandpnlnt, for tlia
liardahlpa lie eiidurea, hut every one
In a while ha inuat i) out In the
The playground of the white fox la
In Ilia ill at rlct around Iereptlon bay,
on the KudiHin atralt, almoat farther
north limn one can Imagine. When
Hall and hla roinpauloiia, Hob Whe
lao and Guy Tawaon, atarted for the
outside world they bad tv travel WW
ml lea through a barren waste, where
there were no trees, no animate, no
life of any kind eirept themselves
and the dog which drew their alelgbl.
Followed Hudaon Oay.
The first half of their Journey be
hind them they entered the timber
laud, where they bunged the tortuoua
aJmre of 1 1 in Won hay for another law
nillea Into Muoae Factory, where they
met up with the railroad. They were
4A dure behind the dug team and they
admitted the trip had root them $2,om,
a aum iiltU'lent to take them to Ku
ril and bai'k.
The trnppera oinie from that part
of Quebec juat a-rua the atralt from
lumu Und. Obtaining food la the
great problem In that land. Hall aald,
aa nothing In the way of vegetable!
.will grow In that country. All food
liiuit be ahlpped In from Hie South.
Fiji Eati on Train;
Swallows Mile Away
t.oa Angelea, Calif. Hummed up,
Itatu Mel I Huluhogl'a Impreaiton of
life In the t'nlted Htntea, aa rendered
through hla friend and Interpreter,
"I aat In rhelr by table. A man
placed food before rue. I ate It In ona
town and awallowed It In the next"
The meal which the at rapping bare
foot fljl rhlef referred to waa eaten
.aboard a California train few daya
ago after he hud landed at Han Kran-rlai-o
from the ahlp that had brought
him acroM the ocean.
That men! and the fart that hot wa
ter could be obtained by merely turn
ing a faucet Interented Chief Halabogt
the moat. The ease with which hot
i water can be drawn prompted blin to
bathe three or four time dully,
t'ntll aome all inontha ago Clilef
Halabogt had never aeen akyacraper,
an automobile, flying machine, radio,
bathtub or any of the other wondera
of modern civilization.
Dyed Pet Dog Fad Hu
Short Life in Paris
Paris. Milady no longer may dye
her pet dog In color to match her
gown aa abe twa promenading. An
olive green I'eklnexe, led by an Kng-
llabwoman, atarted the fad on the
I Promenade dea Atiglala. Hoon poodle,
Ipekea mid other breed In varied
colon were aeen on the leaahea of
Then the Immune aoclety got buay
and made an Investigation. It waa
1 found that the ordinary dyea uaed on
clothea, but very much weakened,
were being uaed to furnlah the coata
of the pet canlnea mid the practice
waa ordered atopped.
German! Hurl Joket
at Gum Advertisers
Berlin. Chewing gum Jokea are
flooding the country on the heela of
the adverllaltiK canipulKn of Ameri
can chewing gum manufacturers, who
' are trying bard to Introduce what I
dubbed the "luteal cruae from Amor
.lea." tium la called Kau-Uumml In
One popular Joke concern! a itorn
father rebuking hla son.
"Toung limn," anya the father, "tin
lah chewing before you attempt to
talk to me."
"Hut, fill her, I'll nover On lah. It'a
Founder of Sitter of
i Charity It Beatified
Rome. The beutlflrntlon of theven
lerabla Joanna Audita Thnuret of
I flancey, France, founder of the Slatere
of Charity, who died In 1R20, waa cele
brated wllh traditionally beautiful
I ceremony at Ht. Peters. High French
prolate and OKI Maters of Clittrlty and
a number of deacendunta of the new
.saint were preaont. .Tope I'lua dea
I cended to Ht. I'etcr'a In the afternoon
land In the presence of 22 cardlnali
venerated rellca of Jeanne Antlda
j How'a Her Eyes?
New York. Mlaa Kdnu Wilbur,
j teacher, Juat buck from atudy at
the Hnrbonne, aiiw no drinking by
at uden ta lu Tarla.
Uaually Cause Jump in Taxi
and Hotel Ratea.
Honolulu. There lira several lure
Igm of volcunlc activity lu Huwull,
One of them la quakes, A second la
aulphur fuiuea. Ilia Uilrd la a rlaa In
lr, T. A. Jnggar, etnlneut volcanlat,
doea not regard eruptlona In Hawaii
aa alarming, nor do the citizen. In
fuct, by mid lurge, Dili phenomenon
"sets people wild with joy." The
iteuinahlp agenclva, tlie hotel a, tlia
luxl driven and everybody eiee be
gin to grin.
The reaaon la that the quukes, al
though they often number 1A0 a day
In the vicinity of Klluuea, are ao
gentle that bo one la annoyed. The
tail driven do a tremendnua bualpeaa
taking tourlala to view the Impending
eruption or the one already underway
and the hotela and ateamahlp compu
lilua get their ah a re of the bualneaa.
The aulphur fumea are ao light, aaya
Ikictor Juggur, that the direction of
the vutit from which they come could
not be determined by the public with
out Information from the government
Iava flow, although ipectacular, do
little damage and tha dozen or two
famlllea forced to flee accept the altu
atlon In the aplrlt of parking op to
move to tha city, they are ao uaed to
moving out of the way of the flowa.
Archbishop George J. Carusna,
papal nuncio to Mexico, who haa been
etpelled from that country on the
charge that ba Illegally entered,
Arrhblahop Caruana came to Wash
ington to take up with officiate of tha
American government the reaaona for
hla ripulalou. He la an American
Pariiiam Outt Bob.
From 1928 Fashion
Parla. Parlalan women are quid
to obaerve that Dot one ahlngled coif
feur or abort aklrt a la llfJt) la to be
found In thla year" a exhibition of tha
Society of French- Art lata aud tha
Beaux Arte. '
A few dtacreet bobs are tha eole
recognition of the mannish tnnd. Tha
only abort aklrti exhibited are on
little gtrla or at tennla courta. Tlia
portrait! of women of fnahlon follow
tha general rule of art before atyle,
A canvaa called "The Amaaona,"
painted by Robert rugheon, a French
man, promieea to ba the atorm center
of thla aalon. It deplete three richly
tanned young women agalnat tha
background of a dapple gray home.
One of the women weara only a gray
glove. Another, nudo from tha wulat
up, wean a blnck derby and riding
10,000 Bottle to Show
Which. Way Tide. Blow
Waahlngton. Ten thouaund aenled
bottlea will be turned looae tn New
York harbor aa part of a plan pro-
poacd by Arthur H. Tuttlo, chief engi
neer, New York city, for a competitive
atudy of currenta and tldul cbangea
In theae watera.
Army englneen In the New York
dlatrtct have been Inetructed to co
operate with the city autborltlea.
Tha bottlea will contain rarda re
queatlng flndere to advlaa Tuttle by
mall aa to time and place of dlacov
ery. The bottle will be releaied In
lot! of 2,000 at bl-weckly Interval.
ft Queen Tiy of Old Egypt
$ Revealed a Cinderella
5 Chicago. Egypt had a Cln-
J derella for a queen In Tly, Prof.
9 Jamei II, Ilreiuted, noted Kgyp-
ij tologlat of the Unlvpnlty of
,j Chicago, recently returned from
$ Kgypt, dlacloaed. Interpreting
5 the Inarrlptlon on a aenrab
atone, ha reported that Queen
Tly, who, In iplte of her lowly
0 birth, wai taken to wed by King
Amenbotep III, who reigned
W from HU to 1825 It. 0., wai
fi anuhbed by tha artatocrat of the
Ij Tha king ordered the anobblah
x rourtlcri to wear around their
6 necka itonea Inacrlbeil with the
S warning that they ahould re-
J member that Tly wai hla wife.
' ' 1 '''''' ' '
American Jazz Fails
Cross Rio Grande.
Laredo, Texaa. Mingled here In the
borderland where two racea dwelt
and two civilization meet are cua
toma ai old aa romance and ai new
aa Jazz. ,
The Twentieth century marchea
blarlngly down to the bewitching Rio
Grande del Norta and there It atop,
for Jazi hai not yet leipetf the bar
rier. On tha other hand, tha Nine
teenth century fllta up to tba same
great river of tha north, but doea not
altogether halt Tha Intriguing Latin
tonea of violin and guitar ateal acroaa
to aoften tha din of braai and drum.
Tba river aeparutea two centurloa,
but cannot bar tha inualc of tha aoul.
Marriage, death and lova give a defi
nite picture of life on tba strangely
Cuatoma Centurlea Old.
Love-making for the young Mexican
followe a habit centurlea old. lie
may become enamored of a fair aeno
rlta, but It la only after hla father haa
explained the altuatlon to her father
that they may become formally ac
quainted. Fain would every Latin
bombre pick eloquence aa hla patar'a
The wooing muat be done through
the barred wlndowa of tha aenorlta'a
home until the engagement U an
nounced. But when the moonlight
Altera through the leavea, even
though the formal announcement la
not yet, the young aenor may atrom
hla b-uated guitar under the beloved
one'a balcony and hla recompenae la
a roae. Each day during the weeka
Juat before the wedding be paaaea the
home of the girl and placea a note
beneath her door.
The "gran ball" (grand ball) la the
piece da realatance of the marriage,
and In Ita amoroua lilt there U no
room for modern tin-pan inualc. Even
If the home have no flooring or furni
ture, the parenta will manage to ob
tain lace curtain aud they alwaya
will have a place for the "gran balle.
Fteataa are numeroua. but none
rlvala the "Jamaica" or Mexican fete
of Jollity. Decorated booth are erect
ed along tlia aldea of the plaaa which
la the public aquare. Each booth ta
In charge of aenorttaa, bedecked In
colorful "cblno poblano," a long dreae
of many huea, a mantilla of lace and
a roae In the hair. One booth will
be a temple of Juatlce, with a aeno
rlta prealdlng aa Judge; another will
have "lawyer" and a. third will be the
"carrel or Jail.
Then there are a number of young
woman "policeman" armed with be
ribboned boopa, and when they catch
eight of a young "caballero" tbey slip
the hoop over hla bead and he la
brought captive to the Judge, who
promptly One him and then Incar
ceratea him In the "carrel." At each
atep he paya a fine of 10 cents and
muat aquare all account! before he
Favor Beatowed by Flowar.
There la the cuetora of the grand
promenade, where flirtation ta done
by wholeaale. The glrla and married
couplee aaunter along In an outer Una
no the walka of the plaza, while on
the Inner line, going In the oppoalte
direction, walk the young gallanta.
Should the eyea of two meet and
ahoold the girt caat a flower It meana
that hla acquaintance would be wel
come, and he at once aeta about to
gain an Introduction. Theae meeting
frequently lead to marriage.
Plainly, Juzz la not the life motif
of the I Attn. The claaalcal dance of
Spain predominate. The "Jarahe-Ta-
patla" la to be aeen tn home and the
ater. It la danced by a lady In a
long-aklrted "chlno poblano" and a
aenor In velvet "charro," which fit
tightly about the lege. "La Jot a." the
dance of the ahawt, alao la a popular
expreaalon of the love for loft rhythm.
Theae Mexican dance and cuatoma
Alter acroaa the border to flavor and
modify American aoclal life along the
Deriding Bo' "Mug"
Coat. $23,111 Verdict
New York. Turning the picture of
hla bona to the wall becauie he did
not want to look at hi "mug" proved
an expenalve. geature for Marlon
Spelden of Caldwell, N. J.
The appellate dlvlalon revereed a
Judgment for 123,111 obtained by
Spelden In a ault for breach of con
tract of employment agalnat Inula,
Rpelden A Co, Iniportera and com
mlaalon merchanta. Hpetden la the
younger brother of C. C Bpelden,
preatdent of the company, and held a
110,000 a, year poaltlnn In 1918.
"We are antlafled that the diacharge
waa entirely Juatlfled by the conduct
and action of the plaintiff," read the
opinion of the court In part "Teetl-
mony of unlmpeached wltneeaea
ahowa him to have been a dlaturblng
"In the preaence of co-employee
ha turned the picture of tha president
of the company to the wall, aaylng be
did not want to look at hla 'mug.','
, Again Show Increase
Berlin. The population of Germany
la again Increasing. Experti believe
the time li not fur dlitnnt when Ger
many, like Itnly, muat again hive cot
onlea to liouao aurplua Inhabitant.
Tha doath rate of 12 per 1,000 pnpula
tlon la about 2 per cent lower thnn In
1013 and lea thnn halt of the high
peak In 1018, when 20 out of every
IN LATE SPRING
Many commercial chick batcberle
are complaining about the large per
centage of Infertile egga, according to
the dlrectori of the International
Baby Chick aaoclatlou who met with
poultry apectallata of the United
Btatee department of Agriculture.
Many of the hatcbea, they report, ahow
that leaa than 75 or 60 per cent of the
egga available are fertile, wberea In
normal yean fertility run aa high aa
90 per cent or more.
"Fertility I largely a management
problem," aaya Dr. M. A. Jull, In
charge of poultry Inveatlgatlona, Unit
ed State Department of Agriculture,
and Infertility la due largely to the
cold and wet weather, which cauaea
a deviation from normal handling of
the average flock. The only way that
hatched can be certain of aecurlng
a high percentage of fertile egga from
farmer or otbera la to buy only from
flocka that are properly managed.
There la no practical or aclentlflc
method known by which Infertile eggi
can be detected before Incubation."
Backward weather hu resulted In
many flocka being confined to a great
er extent than trjal and a consequent
lack of sufficient exercise to Inaure
fertile egga. Then, too, nnder confine
ment, too many males may be a cause
of low fertility. They spend too much
time In fighting each other. Under
normal range or yard conditions ona
male to fifteen or twenty bene of the
more active breeds, such aa Legborna,
la about right In the heavier breeds,
one male to ten or twelve hena will
be required. Fewer malee than this
would be bcter In each case when
the birds are In close confinement
Breeding stock should have a va
riety of feed, consisting of grains,
meat and green feed. The green feed
la especially essential If the blrda are
confined. Free range or exercise helps
materially In the production of hatch
Feed for Young Turkeys
la of Great Importance
Toung turkey ahould not be fed
for 86 to 48 hour after tbey are
hatched. Aa soon aa they are active,
however, on their feet they may be
given water and allowed to pick at
aand or gravel. It doea no harm and
perhaps It la a good Idea to give them
young, tender greens, the best of
which ta perhaps abort grass on the
The first feeds usually given are
stale dry bread crumbs moistened
with aweet milk. Tbey are fed very
little of thla about every two or three
houra. It Is not a bad Idea to scat
ter a little sand In thla, too, Juat a
little. Other feeds are hard boiled
egga, boiled to the crumbly atage,
mashed and sometimes mixed with
bread crumbs, rolled oats that have
been rubbed iu the handa to make
them a little finer, etc.
Tlnhead oatmeal and chick feed,
usually called chick starter, are alao
good feeds to give In limited quanti
ties. But with these they must have
aome animal food to provide the ani
mal protein, such ss milk, high-grade
beef scrape, etc. Milk ta the product
usually nsed. Some use It sweet and
aome use It sour. Those that use It
sour generally pour off the whey and
feed the thick part only.
Overheating la bad for hen eggs,
but for duck eggs It la fatal.
Only atrong, aturdy chick a develop
Into profitable, mature blrda.
While chlckcna can't live on sun
light they can neither live without It
. The wise poultryman will cull the
lying members froa the laying flock.
Geese should be mated several
months In advance of the breeding
Plowing up tha ground helpa to rid
the soil of disease genua and In
multitude of products are de
rived from poultry, meat and eggs
being the principal leaders on the
Rigid culling throughout the grow.
tng season cuts the coat of raising
chicks and lowers the nortulity
Avoid filling the poultry house with
chickens beyond Its capacity. Each
bird ought to have at least 8 Inches
of space on the roost
To secure the highest winter egg
production, the birds must be well
fed, mature and healthy and tha
housing conditions must be good,
LImberucck may be caused by
worms or by botullnus poisoning or
It may be a symptom of such dis
eases aa fowl typhoid, cholera, etc.
Remember that an ounce of preven
tion la worth a pound of cure and that
the best remedy for worm la preven
tion the use of new ground uud col
Children, 10 cents Any Time.
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Fiah's Sena of Smell.
To determine whether fish have a
sense of smell, carp were blindfolded
at the Zoological institute at the Uni
versity of Munich, In Germany. It
waa found that the fiah refused to eat
biti of meat boiled to extract every
tract of odor, but when a aimtlar piece
qf meat waa aweetened the carp snap
ped it up greedily.
Hunt Meteorites by Mall.
This may seem a novel method of
searching for rare meteoric flnda, but
it haa proved to be efflcaclona. The
curator of geology of the United States
national museum corresponds with the
nearest postmaster to a reported find.
and the latter Is usually able to put
him In touch with persona who can
give reliable facta.
To Clean Billiard Bells.
Ivory billiard balls can be cleaned
with a soft cloth, moistened with tepid
water. Where the balls are ao dirty
that thla la not effective, a email quan
tity of alcohol can be uaed aatlafac-
toiily by applying same to a cloth and
rubbing the balls until they are clean.
WANTED Garage. Oil Station or
other bualneaa that (5000 will handle,
(live price, details. Room 1220, 625
Market St- 8an Franclaco.
Council Ruled Colonies.
The Spanish king waa represented
in all affaire relating to America and
the East Indies by the council of the
Indies, a body created by King Ferdi
nand In 1511. The council's seat was
The Modern Milkmaid.
No longer la the milkmaid permit
ted to be the pretty but dumb Indi
vidual described In romantic verse.
She must be at least a graduate In
Symptoms of Revolt,
There fa no reason why you should
buy something for which you have no
use because the young man trying to
sell It wants a college education.
It'a perfectly all right for a pho
tographer to "shoot" you before sun
rise. When in Portland
Do not forget to visit
th Famous Haircut,
ting Shop for Women
The Bob Shoppe
100 Vngar Hld.
Bet. lth St Broadway
, O. 8. UAKKON, Prop.
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Send ua rour ehipmonta. We anil roe check
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It does not appear that the akin of
the ostrich Is ever used for making
leather. Theae blrda are bred for
their feathera only. The feathers are
plucked by putting the ostrich In a
corral and placing a hood over the
bird's head, when the ostrich becomes
docile. The wings are raised and the
feathera that are fully ripe are cut
without pain to the ostrich.
WANT orchard or alfalfa ranch front
owner. Send details. Box 771, Baa
Awaiting an Answer.
An epigrammatist says, "If yoa
don't want to be shunned by your
friends keep your troubles to your
self." But If yon can't ask their aym
pathy and receive it what Is the use
Coea Further Than That,
'.Vigway "A married woman la
never able to keep anything to heraelt
She tells hir husband everything she
hears." llenpeckke "Gee! It she
would only limit herself to that!"
First Nautical Author.
The first known book on seamanship
and nautical terms was published ex
actly 300 yeara ago, In 162$, by Capt
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hero of the famous Pocahontas story.
Haa Wrong Idea.
No man ahould think so highly of
himself aa to think he can receive but
little light from books. Johnson.
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