The Cimarron News. (Boise City, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 46, Ed. 2 Thursday, June 17, 1920 Page: 3 of 8
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H ALL LANDS
OF WEEK'S NEWS
;y carefully laid plans, says a Pol
official communique, Polish infan
and cavalry detachments surrounl-
and defeated one of the Russian
valary divisions of General Buden-
s army in the region of Radomyal,
ty nUles west ol Kiev. Bight bun-
ed prisoners, eight hundred suns
d six field wagons are reported to
ve been captured.
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At a cabinet council in Brussels it
as decided unanimously that iiei-
um should favor lifting the blockade
pon soviet Russia and that an at-
a nipt should be made to resume eco- (
omic relations, with reservations, ,
however, concerning Belgian rights in
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Italv is dissatisfied with her share
/the fruits of war, and Premier
iiolitti and his new government will
ake a firmer stand in demanding of
the other Allies, what is regarded as
Italy s just rewards, for her part in the
•war, it was believed by diplomats in
Final official statistics of the mm
istry of war iixes the total number of
French soldiers killed in the great
t 1 3«9 S72 Of this number, the
Sit: o'fVe'fate of 36^ are un-
known, according to the Pans Matin.
Japan inserted +an article to the
Anglo-Japanese alliance pact of 19-1
to remove the risk of England be-
coming involved in an> *|aJ it
tween the United States and Japan, it
VaB declared recently by Viscount
Kato, former foreign mincer in £
interview urging renewal
William G. DcAdoo, who has beei
considered by party leaders as one o'
the principal candidates for the Dem
ocratic presidential nomination, an
nounced recently he could not permit
his name to go before the S&n F rancis-
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Establishment of a fund of 100 mil-
lion dollars to extend financial aid to
western wool growers, awaiting the
I re establishment of the wool market,
was considered at a conference in
cago of western bankers and sheep
ranchers. Chicago bankers were ask-
ed to displace the Boston banks in
financing the annual wool clip of the
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Medical experts' estimates of deaths
from cancer in the United States in
1919 place the figure at one hundre
thousand, and the number °f PersoM
affected at % million. Dr. ^edenck
Dugdale of Boston, a vice-president of
the Allied Medical Association #
America, said at the organization s
ninth annual convention in New \oik.
A national association of raanu-
I facturers' representatives who distn-
1 bute commodities through public mer-
| chandise warehouses has been organ-
ized at a meeting in Chicago ot An
1 ican and Canadian distributors repre-
senting twenty lines of industries.
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' Three negroes were hanged by a
mob at Duluth, Minn., after a battle
of several hours between a throng es-
timated at five thousand persons and
the police and fire departments The
negroes were accused of attacking <
young white girl at a circus grounds.
I Twenty-six thousand teachers are
I needed to fill vacancies in high »cb°0
1 opening in September, according c
i reckoning of the national bureau of
. education. The estimate is based on
j 7,088 replies to questionnaires sent out
bv the bureau
^ L -r-V ¥ XT I [ V *
The conference of jurists invited by
♦i,p I eague of Nations to meet in the
capital for the organization of a Per-
manent international court J justic ^
opened its sessions at the H g
<cently" + +
The first attempt of the council ot I
the League of Nations to exercise it.
functions at peace making has come
The council wab ,
Of the organization. Persia MB
taken matters into her ow n band
begun negotiations with
-viki leaders on her own account.
Italy's claim* ot reparations paid
Uv the central empires, including pen-
to newspapers at Paris.
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Gagged and bound with barbed wire
to the Wabash railroad tracks, a
quarter of a mile south of ExcelMM
Springs, Mo., alter having been mb
bed by two bandits in a motor car
George M Underwood, proprietor of
a cafe and taxi service at CarroUton,
Mo was struck while in his helpless
condition by a Wabash P»«er
train. His left leg and hand were cu
State public utilities conmissio™
^"certain regulations tor th<I use of
ly waning natural gas i^
. nt limtice and interstate
Department of justice hav0
commerce commission ^ relieve
A drive on profiteers In billuminous
-.1 ha, •>-» ^edll dlllc'.
General Palmer. A1 special
attorney, h profiteer-
randn.o°.e'"irdic.men, where in-
equlpnielif *111 he supervised by the
motor transport corps.^
announced recenuy. ,ation of
Michigan metro^lis a popu'at
91-3.739. an increase ot o-i.
*** cent" + + ♦
Between four "JJK ,
thousand federal be noti-
for retirement on "Jomatic
fled within a week of t^ ^ ^
SIHSS under the recently enact-
ed retirement act ^
«* Perkins, financier, is
George mfoni Hall sanitarium,
dead in the Stamford ^
Stamford. Conn ^ had ,u(tpred
cently that . — but nu mbers of
:r7.;Cd?d »ot tn.im.te at that
^t th^hisl^^- »» danger. ^
Strong "p,^^,0goveromeBt by j
made to the lt rekiaf "
the AB«nf« WC i ^ ^ lbe Rev
the result of tb , mi5Sion
W A Reimert. an An. Refonned
ary. to an atttc by Chi-
churcb mission at
"^^inTs^latfonn have been sent
i^lnde in »S P ^^tkm by the
iroouln'^ bureau of the democratic
The section about Wichita Falls
Tex was visited by a heavy rain and
wind storm the other night. Scores
of derricks were blown down inthe
oil fields, and a large number of small
houses wrecked. ^
The death of t 17-year-old youth
I at Galveston, Tex., after a brief ill-
ness -probably was due to bubonic
lague " according to a diagnosis made
I Se by Dr. M. P. Boyd, professor
| of bacteriology at the state medical
j college. ^ ^
Forty-seven switchmen have been
dropped from membership in t .
lahoma brotherhood of the Ra y
Trainmen's Union tor their
in supporting the recent outlaw strike.
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At least two persons were killed
when the California Limited train,
eastbound. on the Santa Fe railroad
was wrecked at Rene, Co .. tweUe
miles south of La Junta. A
ta Fe hospital in La Junta ^
nounced that forty injured had been
I Three hundred and thirty Italian,
a telegram from Belgrade, quoting ie-
IK>rts, reaching that city.
Boundaries between Oerm»ny »°d
Denmark, as fixed by the plebi c»es
held in Schleswig. have been definite-
i> established by the international
A FEW NICE CAKES.
Practice mahes^rtecUn cake m,fr
tag„9 in other thing. ^ ho
are making cakes often.
Prince of Wales Cake.
—White Part—Take the
whites of three eggs, one-
half cupful of butter one
cupful of sugar, one-half
cupful of cornstarch,
cupful of flour, one-half
cupful of sweet milk two
tablespoonfuls of baking
Dark Part—One cupful of sup .
one-half cupful of butter, one
of flour, one-half cupful of s
one tablespoonful of nioiasses
spoonful of soda, one teaspoonful ot
cinnamon and the yolks of
Allspice and cloves may be t
taste. Bake in layers and put together
with any filling. f
Sham Tarties.—Beat the wlut _ot
three eggs very stilt, add .« "Pink
tablespoonfuls of cane sugar,
tablespoonful at a tiimN bcat ng
between each addition of m ga »i
the first half of the last tab1^! h
of sugar add one-half teaspoontul each
of cream of tartar and vanilla. D P
on oiled paper with plenty.of space
between, pull up little points
the surface rough and bake in ^
oven one hour. Serve with one-half
pint of cream whipped, -ou> \ and
sweetened, to which is added nee
four slices of pineapple, three bat a
cut in dice, maraschino cherries and
nutmeats. Mix all together a
the tarties. This recipe make.
Coffee Cake.—Cream one-half cllPf"'
of butter and add gradually one cup-
ful of sugar and two beaten egg .
well, add one cupful of t 11
raisins, one teaspoonful each of citing |
111011, mace and cloves, one-ha 1
each of molasses ami strong c < of
fee, one-half teaspoonful ot s°'u
solved in one teaspoonful of boil ng
water and two cupfuls of flour. Bilk
In a moderate oven.
Blackberry Cake—Take S1X
two cupfuls Of sugar one cuplu^of
butter, one teaspoon!ul each -
allspice and cinnamon; add two cup
fuls of blackberry jam, four cupfuls of
flour and three teaspoonfuis ■of baklitg
powder, one cupful of milk Mix
usual and bake in a moderate oven.
n teaspoon for dropping the Uuni^
m cm it mul pepper unci I>11-1 > j
dc !r Jhe nieat; cook -pidlyjor
five minutes, then simmer for «,€TjJ 1
hours- SUl1 "" Tthe'm Dissolve
ilu> rabbit was cooked, ineie
be three cupfuls. Add the ge a
the strained broth. Chop ^
l season well and mix all together. 1
In a mold to become firm.
the family food.
Here is a salad combination a llttu
A little sun, a little rain.
A soft wind blowing from the west
And woods u.d fields are sweet again,
lid the warmth within the moun-
GOOD THINGS FOR ANY DAY.
rdinary, but very tastj
Frozen Cheese Salad.
Cream two neufchatel
cheeses and beat in one ,
pint of cream. Add a
small bottleful of olives
chopped, a few broken
nul-nieats and one cupfu
of diced chicken. Mix well
and pack In a mold in
ice and salt to make firm.
Date Cake.—Wash one package ot
(lilU,s and remove the stones cut
lmlf and cover with one
boiling water. After s'nnding a f
,1 two tablespoonfuls
teaspoonful of soda, one
cupful of sugar, and one and l'"e' I
cupfuls of flour mixed «'»h Jn® one. I
^Ke minutes. ;
u„e Knots.—Take one^egg.^ beaten
while hot. whites and
r JEKfS ~ A""
ip e -t «hs Of « enpfui of »»g«r
pan and bake tvjen (he pnn.
'» n^s Sfn cm ° nd scoop oat the
chopped nuts. Have the tripe
Tripe With Chin. flne
some sweet fat ft ught
„ smell onion " ""^."^ping tea-
"h„, ,,,,^1^ i^ta»
simrner for a few minute, to season
and serve hot.
Hear Admiral J. C. Watson. 78
of which Farragut Is the outstanding
figure, took a leading part in the re
cent unveiling of the memorial win-
dow to the "Hero of Mobile bay in
the chapel of the United States naval
academy at Annapolis.
Standing In front of the altar,
Admlnil Watson, who, »s i artagnt
dag^ lieutenant on the Hartford, was
aaey^vllnessof .hc .dmwls e.w
move on the morning of Auj,. 4. >
not only confirmed the sometimes dis-
puted tradition of tlu> three ^rd sem
tence, but added that
ahA°oLr cherished trndlMon of^tb.
• m«hed to the shrouds of the llartfora as
guidance. Beneath Is 1 .
77Mothers and Their Babies^
All railroad communication with
Tampico. Mex.. is cut off as a result of
^ appearance there of three case.
Ot bobonlc plague, on the Monterey
Tampico division, trains run only to
Victoria, and on the Aguas Calientea-
Tampico line, traffic on the gulf end
is also suspended.
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nans are being made to stop the
emigration of Mexican laborer, to the
United States, according to oBtoUJ
Valenzuela. sub secretar>
1 ior in an interview published in Kx |
^ celsior at the City of Mexico.
Following a+ conference of execu-
tives of the National Union of Raih
wav Workers and delegates from the
Trtsh Railway Unions at Pristol a reso-
| ution was adopted calling for a meet-
I S'g between Llovd George and . depu-
tation representing all Ireland.
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Two hundred miners have been kill-
, b an explosion of fire damp
,he Yubari coal mines at ®avp0r° d^°
.he island of Y«o. accordmg to dis
iUes received at Tohio. Japan
A drink which is a full Zeal and
one which is good for young or
Chocolate Egg Nog.—
Beat the white of one
egg with two teaspoon-
fuls of sugar and one
teaspoonful of cocoa.
Scald two cupfuls of
milk and pour over the
beaten yolk of egg.
Beat half of the first
mixture Into the second, add a pinch
of salt and pile the rest of the *hlte
on top of the glass. This makes twoj
elCornmeal Muffins-Take one an
one-half cupfuls of cornmeal. add
three tablespoonfuls of sugar and a
teaspoonful of salt; add six cupfulsi of
i boiling water and one and "ne^al' olie
tablespoonfuls of butter, cook in J d t0 taste. Melt
double boiler an bour andl a half; rj^weapoonfnl of fat In a frying
Turn into a mixing ow . onion nnd when soft add
a little water to keep the top from; ^ potatoes wlth „ ,i„l« of
hardening nnd let 8 an . three- the broth left from cooking the meat.
ln the morning add one Blow fire until a crust Is
, American women
?>fC th^'Sheppard-Towner bill for the
protection of maternity andinfancy.
Since this bill was up '
herewith) told the senate.public
r-eTtrafh,er b-erSrst Child
send out a cry vnllev
s ss-r dvhe
country, and If my husband had been
a p,,„r man we couldn't have brought
* ^me^^'Ig before the -"ml^.!^l!ltS£!» -
of money have be™ »ppr"prlal.'.l by,„„v devoted tbe solon'
r S.»"v^l "Why not something for the moth
„„d their children?" they ask.
poor commodl) cnrKO. The
frjS? t^aJe8^ tran.p.anle, Into
llvts are dead truths.
EVERYDAY GOOD THINGS. |
most acc«pta R0.cniled bonrd-
ing house hash.
cupfuls of corned
beef chopped, one
cupful of boiled
one small onion
and flour, two jrnrt
"one teaspoonful of vanilla.
"strawberry Whip.-Take one quarc L,nk nnd one
„f biicv berries, stir in <>n.- cupful of , on«, teas,..^>nful t y<T rake
.fir and f.« in .be -tldly be.-™ , "^^iJes of -be egg, uo-
1 ^^enTo-l™ ie" or b« bak'n, ^nkje Th™"'25
S5S. .re preparing "
northennost American Eskimo
Kasmus?en decUred re^enV
It the expedition probably would be
u toug«rU" »• ,o
take pro«eto«. w^flee renu.
ir.ei eluer at TartU or
was or frvsh cooked pea*, rui
throuch a sieve, add two tab1e*poon-
fTll, of melted butter, one-fourth of a
«Lfol of milk, one tablespoonful of
<< r nnf traspoonful of salt, two
guttered ramekin*. Win. P«n
ot hot water, cover with buttered P«-
OT and t*ke until Arm. |
Meat C^fnpl'OB^—"n,> ^
tjntll licbt. add te It
I ful« of milk ami Mir into the fl<nir
™ xt«tv If this is not moist en'-^h.
:r^ "uk. Thedoucb .bnuldbj
etitr. Stir the meat Into this «nd
*1„ t,y Kpoonfuls into boilina •
c«U tightly coTered ten minute*, la-
put the '*>"7 'the following:
>",k ,,f z
thr7 UJi^ible^fn« of butter.
Ing milk. for cake
In wHI c<»oke>l- Cool an i
V" Bake in a hot
ln* the chicken tiling hot
„ven a«»d hare the <t> it^
before pottinc «n
ntll the »
Wonders of Uncle Sam's PayroU
Congress Is engaged in the stu-
p™""""r :,;;\™;trcwm»n «tp.oy.
ees^n Washington. Senator llendj,-
son of Nevada, a memberofthe
commission in charge of the wor^
things set forth In -he report. 1I«
rmUrStlr Paying it. employ-;^
form,y u^rdland °«iualifleations in-
sponsiblllt * respective positions.
Sp ates f compensation of some
The ratesi «i ^ st(ltute.
i*0"! he "other eases by the annual ap-
minlstratlve fiction. rt „
. i EM3<L- 1 I' B " eoinpeusatlon thus fixed T» rt'
,,h specified titles but undefined as to dutlea. e
positions v' j uollflCatlona. employees whose salaries
bWVn .•viminn.i.m of the „uestlonn»lr.;s of ^ ^ !i)low, 1ha, they are
nrl ited for under the title of • varieties of duties.
Prediction by Kenly
I be 1l(ltt| the hiscuWs are
... nnw The aerial
tiie automobile Is n . |U
flu. t!Tc It-M'lf. This, h.- says.
lo 'he b»g " i,tan<* «nd
wM! ••llmlnate^ 130 niii^
S1M wlffc entire safety and com
f0ft This of roor*e- is an advance ur
^ ^ latest thin* In the be-rier tha«
*"**" 'j »ku ktnd it is state»i that
be ^•^ts'mtiTi-thjrty^.v.— ^v<t ^
llMrur. It Will carry a crew Of flftean.
^ ^ 'hiw I A.
The vessel Is feet i»
Sht t»*ns- roar enictre*.
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