Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923, May 07, 1914, Image 1

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    the "Claaalfled” column of th" Herald
contains much valuable reading.
Subscription, $1.00 a Year.
Hack ward, turn backward, oh, Time,
In your flight;
Give lie a girl whose skirt is not
The Multnomah Htate Bank will | Give us a girl whose charms, many
or tew,
change Its location Friday. Cashier 1
Are not espoeed by too much "Peek*
Rostad and Assistant Hloyd are as busy
a* boo;"
as a drowning man these days, strug­ Give us a girl, no matter what age,
gling against fate, (orl une, accidents and
Who won't use the streets as a
nrgiect, to grasp every opportunity to
vaudeville stage;
pull their freight Into their new landing Give us a girl not too sharply in
at the corner of Main street and car
line. They say they will lie doing bush
Press her In skirts the sun can't
nets at the new stand Haturday It it has
shine through.—K. A. II.
to be done from a satchel.
The alaive little effusion was re­
The new location is worth seeing. It
is «ell fltt»<* up with an excellent our- ceived by Mrs. Clapp ol Kern Park,
from a couple of aged spinsters in
lit of counters, desks, seats, railing and
the East. It is applicable to certain
other fl stores. There will lie separate
Portland conditions.
"rajee" fer each official. There will tie
little danger of any of the liank people
breaking out and taking people's money
a« nv from them hereafter.
fell 'W will tie kept in an iron cage
until the doors are locked, and full pro­
tect on is guaranteed to the public.
Really it will lie worth seeing. The
J. B. Hchaeferof Linton, visited Lents
new vaults will he of interest to all of
Mr. Hchaefer is a candidate
the tank's patrons. The new improve­
ments mark a decided step in advance for County Commissioner. He has
for Lenta.
| lived in Oregon many years and has
i carried all the honors that his home
town can give him, having been Poet-
I master and Mayor of Linton and Bchool
' Clerk. During Ids term as mayor Linton
J baa made a wonderful development. It
lies taken on electric lights, gas, a water
Prof. 1. K Alderman, city Huperin* system, supplied with Bull Run water,
tendent of Schools was the principal a tine sewer system, a great deal of
speaker at the last meeting of Evening strret improvement, and extensive road
Star («range. May 2. Ilia subject, "The mprovementa which are borne by the
Citizen's part in Public Education" was | properly owners of Linton. Mr. Schaefer
a g<Mxi one, and one of vital importance 1 is in favor of road improvements, first
for M m pr-xiuc t , which will likevise
to all, especially parents.
M. 8. Pitman, of ths Oregon Htate altimately help the consumers of the
Normal School, talkel on "How to county. He will favor less so called
Make the Country Schools as Goad as "high class specialists,” but rather a
the Ctty He bools." and proved himself rational conduct, of the county business,
to be an interesting speaker, and . consistent with good economy. He is
handled hie subject in an entertaining meeting with tine success in bis cam­
and instructive manner.
Vocal solos were rendered by the
Miaees Ilamond and Hardy; a violin
solo by Mies Chapman and a reading by
Miss Hollingby. They were well re­
ceived by an appreciative audience and
it was very nice of them to so willingly
rc-eond to encores.
H. A. lewis and Mr. Minton talked
about the "Public Markets" and urged
all to be on band May iff, with some­
thing to sell.
Hood River did it* r<xul stunt on Friday
and turned out about l.ikMi men. Red­
mond observed the aaiiH* day with 76
workers. Klamath Falls had no roads
of ita own needing improvement, so the
volunteers went to Fort Klamath ami
put in a lot of gissi work widening the
road to Crater Lake. Farmers in the
vicinity of McMinnville turned out with
teams and hurled six carloads of gravel
out to the Sheridan road where it was
spread by toilers from the town
Eugene's good road« army was eeti-
mated at 2,600 strong and was employed
in distributing crusls-d rock and gravel
along the city ami county roads Rose­
burg turned out men, women and
children ami put In a good day’s work
on the Pacific Highway. Bend, in
addition to turning out a numerous
force of actual workers, contributed
about $1,000 in real money to pay for
continuation of the work. Good Roads
Day should Is* made an annual event.
Mrs. Edna Anna Zeigier, wife of Wm.
G. Zeigler and sister-in-law of Miss
Zeigler of the lamts schools, was buried
Saturday in Mt. Hcott cemetery. Mrs.
Zeigler was the victim of tubercular
trouble which developed in her throat
leas than two months ago. Her infant
child was liuned with her. The funeral
was helil at the l.aureiwood Congrega
tional Church. She is mourned by her
husband and little eon, Gregory, her
sisters, Misses Alta, Revells and Mary
Horn and Mrs. Clara Doyle, her father
and a brother.
The young women's Ruthalian 8. 8.
class of the M E Church recently t<x«k
a novel method of raising funds. A
large number of cards were printed up
and sent to acquaintances all over tne
country, advertising a handkerchief
liaziar. Asa result many interesting
letters have ix-en received and a large
numl>er of handkerchiefs. The follow­
ing little effusion from a Nebraska
bachelor ought to find a willing mark:
To the Ruths Ian Sunday School Cta«s
of the Meth-xlist Episcopal Church of
j Lents, Oregou:
Since your regnest is nut unfair.
To aid mar -kind in way so rare,
And since all known both young and
The needs of those who have a cold
The third meeting of the Lincoln
This thing I send in I o;x-s 'twill
Republican Club will Its held Gils even­
ing at I.- nts, an I al the school house.
Home poor man who like myself
The Club will continue the meetings
With n>me to in-ke with careful
each Monday and Thursday evening
until after primary election. Every­
For him. this thing, h* o t--n wishes,
body ia invited to attend, irrespective of
Will thank you ladies, nor think it
To |>ay for this ihe price yon ask.
Mt. Scott Commended
—C. W. Mantor.
To the Elit< rot Mt. Hcott Herald-
Before leaving your neighborhood. 1
Gilbert's ('rowing people were given
wish to pay my compliments to its
residents. During inv stay here, which their first touch of the campaign S.dur-
Messrs. Fisher, Mc­
consistixl of five we-‘ke, I have found day evening.
the most friendly and sociable people I Donald. Higgs, DeNeffe, and Darnall,
have met anywhere In my travels candidates for representative, and G m .
and I have been twice around t lie globe. Stapleton, can lidwte fur Cite lit Judge,
The Minister of the Christian Church, each told the people how they ought to
R. Tibbs Maxey, is an exceptionally vote and gave some information on the
tine type of manhood, well educated questions moat discussed during this
and philanthropic in the discharge of campaign. The meeting was unusually
hia a‘.cred duties as a minister of the well attended, according to the way
gos;>el. In my evangelistic effort for political toeeti’ g* ar bei g attended
hia congregation and in communication ttie-e dais, ami was successful from all
with the |>eople there were rnanv words points.
of praise for hia attention to the sick
II A. White of «aginaw Heights, left
and suffering wtdeh he was able to re­
Wedmtday evening for lalifornian
lieve, being a gixxl chiropractor.
II I. F rl points»
Our Representative Timber
Under this head we intend to run a little news each
week concerning the men who would represent us at
the State Capitol next winter.
This completes the list of material we
have in reference to candidates. Several
did not respond in answer to our re­
quest and we leave it to them as to the
Mrs Ixira C. Little was born, reared
and educated in Minnesota. School
teacher, factory operative, compositor,
book-keeper, editor, writer and lecturer
on lieallh topics, now a teacher of health
culture. In Yonkers, N. Y., in 1896,
onlyfhild <lied a* result of vaccination
duntf' to get him io school. Since ¡901
have given much time to study the
subject and to tight the practice, touring
tlie conn try and visiting England and
Scotland. Helping secure mtxliflcation
of Minnesota school vaccination law in
190ft. In Oregon five years. Assisted
in securing repeal of sterilization law
last year. Ain for better government
and less of it, for medical freedom on
same basis as religious freedom. Opposed
to medical bosses as well as commercial
and political bosses.
Vol. 12.
No. 19
The G. A. R. Circle, the Hone of
Veterans and their Auxiliary and the Well Organized Band of Looters
Spanish War Veterans are cordially in-
Prove to be Juveniles. ’Pillaging
j vited to attend Memorial service with
Continued for Months.
the Grand Army on Sunday, May 24,
Goes to Reformatory.
at the Baptist church at 11 a. tn. We
will meet at Oddfellows hall at 10 a. m.
W—■ -»»
and march in a body to the church.
For several months the people from
Head quarters Renbin Wilson Post
Annabel to Tremont have been the
1 No. 3b, Ijenta, Oregon :
Memorial Day, May 30th, will be victims of a band of looters. Dry-
observed in the following manner. The , goo>le, groceries, hardware, confec­
G. A. R. committee will decorate the tionary, and other things too numerous
soldiers graves between 7 and 9 o'clock to mention have been taken by the
a. m. We would be pleased to have all
thieve* and it was only a few weeks
who wish to decorate graves to meet
with us at that time. The various ago when thev were rounded up and
organizations will form as follows: given a severe grilling before the
Lenta school and Woodmere school will I Juvenile Court, and placed on parole.
form on Main street, the head of the Several days ago they were arrested for
column resting at the intersection of
taking a horse and witbin the week
Gilbert avenue. The G. A. R. Circle,
they have been charged with taking a
the Sons of Veterans and their
large amount of tobacco from a Creston
Auxiliary, the Spanish War Veterans
store. On being taken before Judge
and the Grand Army of the Republic
Galena, Jackson, tbe leader, was re­
will form in front of Oddfellow’s ball manded to the reform school and the
and be ready to march by 9 a. in.
other boys were takeo on parole.
The line of march will be south on
After a bearing in court yesterday
Main street to Johnson Creek where a
Judge Gatens sentence«! Jackson, who
few words will be spoken by Rev.
is known among his companions as
Moore, and flowers will be strewn on
“King,” to the reform school and de­
the waters in memory of the fallen
cided to give the other boys another
heroes of the navy. A salute will be ' chance.
fired by the 8:<ns of Veterans after
The father of the boy asked tbe piiv-
which we will counter march back to
ilege of taking tbe eon to the reform
the ball where the ceremony will be
school, which was granted by Jmlge
■ rendered.
Gatens, but “King” thought different.
All civic organizations are invited to
When be went with his father to bid
join with us in our march. All vehicles
a sister good-by, be escaped.
An boar
will form in rear of marching column.
later he was back in tbe old neigbbor-
All ex-soldiers are cordially invited ! hood, saw Mounted Patrolman Short
to join the ranks of the Grand Army. | and ran. Short gave chase, throngh
By order of the committee, Comrade curiosity, caught him alter a «even­
( Powers, Chairman.
block chase, bat turned bim loos« when
he fsiled to recognise the boy.
Before "King” got oat of his eight be
was advised who the lad was and
landed him after another long chase.
This time he was returned to Juvenile
. Court, where he was held antil an
The city council recently passed an officer took him to Salem.
Tbe other boy asked that be be al­
ordinance which goes into effect on the
22 of this month requiring that all dogs lowed to take the nitrate of silver treat­
shall be mnxzled for an indefinite ment, admitting that his delinquency
period. The result of the law will be a is a result of cigarettes and bad com­
shortage in dogs for dogs at three panions.
dollars apiece mean* considerable and
it will be a difficult matter to keep
dogs muzzled a l the time. If the dog
gets caught and carried to the pound it
will cost three dollars to get him out,
besides some very nat’y advice. This
is a good time to sell the dog.
Dr. Chas. W. lid ball of the Good
If. C. Kornegay, Republican Can­
didate for th* legislature, was born in
North < Carolina in 1884. removing to
Washington, I). C. and completeing a
law course ill that city, and coming to
Portland in 1910, where lie has since
been engaged in the practice of law. He
believes that public expenses should he
cut down by aixilixhing or consolidating
several of tlie expensive l«oard« and
Samaritan Hospital of this city has
commissions, and that taxes should lx-
opened offices iu tbe Lent building at
arranged in quarterly payments. His
Grays Crossing, 82nd street and 60th
slogan will be "leiw Public Expenditures;
avenue. Dr. Tidhall graduated in
B. E. Y oilman says: "1 was bom on
quarterly payment of taxes; no useless
m«*dicine from Jefferson Medical College
a farm in Wisconsin in 1876; moved to
an<l unnt-cexaary laws.”
Philadelphia, Pa., and took a post­
Portland in 1902 where I have lived
For the past two weeks "Doi” graduate course io maternitv work in
R. W. Gill. Native of Oregon, born | and practised the legal profession ever Willey, a well known Kern Park the Society of Lying In. Hospital of
at Russellville. 31 years of age. Farmer since.
character, has been missing. The find­ New York City. He is a native of Iowa
Pay Taxes in several counties ui the
and market gardner all hia life. Partner
hut is going to make hia home in Port­
State Never aspired to any political ing of an unknown man in the river at
in Gill Bro«. Seed Company.
St. Johns developed inquiries and land.
Active member of the Isutnl of,
The doctor has just recently been the
several Kern Park people went to the
Directors of the Multnomah County ' elected will undertake to represent all morgue and made examinations that recipient of a "hero prize,” awarded by
Fair for seven years. Served as president,
satisfy them the body is that of tbe Cvrnegie commission, due to his
or fraction.
is vice-president.
There were no having saved tbe lives of two young
Tliewctsof the I-t-gislature are prompted Adolphus Willey.
Active in the Grange for seven year«,
that there ladies in an Iowa river. Tbe ladies
serving three terms a.« Master of Russell­ to a great extent by a public sentiment, had been foul work, and a small sum of were about to sink when be risked hie
ville Grange and two years as Master of and nt the pr«*sent time that sentiment money in the clothes would seetn to own life to eave them, which be did by
is towards economy, and in view of the
Multnomah County Pomona Grange.
prove further that Mr. Willey came to bringing them ashore. The award was
Extensive dxlilin grower and prvsidcnt I public demand it seems almost un­ his death by accident or by suicide
made May first.
necessary tor a candidate to state that
of the Oregon Dahlia Sm-iety.
Adolphus Willey and hie father have
B-lieves in lower taxes, abolishment he wil' do all in his power to keep down been conducting a harness business at
l«•gi*lative appropriation*, and to relieve
of iiseles« commissions, and consolidating tne
people of the Htate from the burden Kern Park for several years. At one
otliers. Favors advertising for more of the present high taxation.
time they were people of means and in­
market* ratlier than more immigrants;
It is difficult for anv one to make fluence. but misfortune over took them.
permanent registration law, taxes payable definite promises as to what tliey will or "I) >1” had developeil bad habits and
The Herald regrets to announce the
will not «Jo, if elected to the Legislature,
semi-annuully , Iwtter school laws; and for
of Mrs. W. L Lightner, wile of
tin- re i«on that no on- can foretell was accustomed to long «iisappations
gixxl road«, such its will tend toward what conditions may arise or what pro- and severe recoveries.
Countv Commissioner L'ghtner, who
actual industrial development.
hlema may be presented for determin­
di»-»i of dropev at thr«*e o’clock Friday.
R. W. Gill 1« the only fa-iuer running . ation. The most that can la* expected
She «as buried Saturday morning at
is that he tie energMic, honest, and
for the l> gislatnre in Multnomah Oouuty. ennacientiona
M unt Calvary Cemetery, the funeral
and do all within his
Hi* ballot number is 71 and his name [ power to ca'ry out the will of t’-e people.
b- ing at St Ignatius Church. Mr.
t-rvsha’n schools will he administered Liglitn r's many friends in and near
should not I* <-onfu«e<l with John Gill of The putilic «tionld I»- given a rest so far
as its- enactment of anv great nnmlvr next yaar by J. E Stubbs, the present Mt. Scott will ail sympathize with him
Gill’s Book Store.
of new laws are concern«*«l; we should I principal.
in his sad ios«.
have leas hut better l«*gislation.
Father Brut gen gave the funeral ad­
Mrs M. L. T. Hidden, candidate fori I sin in favor of semi-annual payments
Wendell H. Cleveland, y->nng«-st son dress.
rvpr» sentalive from Multnomah County of tax«*«, without reba’e. penalty or
inter»««t. I also favor a co«-stitntional of C>as. Cleveland of Gresham was
on the Progressive party ticket, ia a well amendm-nt
authorising th«- Governor to
known club women, w ho has been for veto individual items >>f a general appro­ married last Wednesday to Miss Grace
Lents Grange Meets Saturday
many years iiientitled Ixith east and priation hill, tlmrebv pr -venting the E. Knher, of Portland.
Lents Grange will bold ita regular
west with the Suffrage and tern;«, ranee
monthly meeting Saturday. There will
work, and fa a student of politics -ci«*n- e hills, item« of ext«enditnre which would
Farmer* all over the county and in lie work in the first and secind degrees.
not pa«s muster on their own merits.
and economics
I alsr favor a con«ti'utional amend- Clackamas «ml Washington are preparing A goal program is being planned. All
She lias been elected to many iui-, in nt providing for a $1500 tax exemi-tion to patronite the new Yamhill St.
members are urgeil to be present as
port ant offices as follows: President of i This would encourage the wage earners Market All cla-*»** of produce is being
matters of interest will be pr««senled.
the Vermont Equal 8 itlrsge Asma-iation pillars upon which capital and industry solicited, ganlners ami farmers are
and also the State Suffrage Association d-p-nd
I being ttrgeil to plant in variety and for
of Washingion W. C. I. C. Serve-lone
j continuous supply.
The fine run of films being shown at
term as chairman “I tin- Sehool-I’-o tr. ■ i
Ll-*vd Batea says: I am a candidate
Vancouver. Wa h. Three jear*a« presi­ for the r»‘pubiican nomination for
The Parent-Teachers’ Club will hold tlx* Yeager this week and the exivllant
dent of the Mute Wi> ii .i n’« 1‘ m - s C’ub repres ntative for Multnomah County. ' its regular meeting Friday May 16 in ! program it has planned niiead gives
of Oregon ami three year« a« president I am twenty-eight year« old. was horn the assembly hall of th«* win ol tto'im* at assurance of the best tliere is going for
and raised in Portland and clncated
of Tile Coterie, a s-x't .1 nd literary club heie and in the east. Since my return | 2:45. It is an important meeting a.« it is this popular play house for the coining
of I* rtlaiul
it the last city < lection ! from Amherst College I have been time for election of officers. Evervone w«*ek. Wednesday evening wax marked
wa* nominated a« c iuncil-man- it-largc 1 interested in Geo. W. Bates A Co. ' intere*'««i should lx* present. On June with a fine attendant*«* and it went away
on the Progressive ticket, and when the Bankers, the I'nion Laundry, and am I 4th th«* clnb plans to hold motber’s baby well pl«*a«»-<l. Tlx* big four part tragwly
Commission form of city gov« riiiienl now manager of the Bates Sand and I day. Th* ehth r«-<vntly Ixmglit a new was a great feature that held everyone
Gravel Company. I am a tax payer in
wa« a-lopttsl ran for Commissioner, my own right an.l am interest»*«! in ster qitii sn in ichine and it will be hilly , enthrall«*!. Tt«e pictures were fine,
receiving'itk*I vote* for that t-ffh**.
I installed in a few «lay*.
several tax paying contpani«**.
'steady, and ««• ea*y on the^eyes.