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LENTS, MULTNOMAH CO., OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1914.
HOW PROHIBITION UNIS ODDI! HOWS AND
EFFECTS KANSAS RtBtKAHAS INK RIAIN
LENTS FIRM GETS
Member* of Ml. Hcott lodge I <>. <1 F.
In a case that came up before Judge
Jones of the District Court the Kline First Contract in Months Taken by
W l Alien While Tells How the
Liquor Dealer* were held to be doing
Liquor Law in Kansas Effects | a large number of friend* last Tuesday
W. A. Hall 4 Son. Business Re
unlawful business by taking order* in
Con i evening at the installation of officers.
vival Apparently Near.
; The rnen put on Ibtir Installation first
dry territory and Oiling them at future
Begin at Once.
anti following that th* ladies gave their
Kansas has sworn off und has made Installation. Th* entire work was
That being the case it ought to tie an
What is the biggest contract »ecured
the swear-off stick; and the swearing handled by local members and it re-
easy matter to convict some of the by any Mt. Hcott firm in many month*
off ia effective anil permanent for ex fleeted great credit on the officers and
liquor peddler* that make the Lente and has been secured by a I^nts firm. W.
actly the same reason that it liecomea
tn* tn tier* and the.general growth ol the
other Mt. Hcott pointe several time* a W. Hall A Hon, and a Portland man
effective in u man. The old tissue of
week. If it were only old soaks and named Swank are the contractor* and
the state degenerated by ulcohol ha* lodges. The work ol the ladies especial
that were -customer* of the liquor a firm of Portland capitalists are back
disappeared; a nrw citizenship dom ly won a lot of praise Itolh from visitors
wagons it would be bad enough but of the work, wnich lies in Wasco
inate* the state. No vestige of prop an*l memlters of the subordinate, A
there are a considerable number of County at the head of "Juniper Flats.”
erty right rrrnains in the Kansas li large number were greatly surprised to
young people who are led to develop
The work will lie the opening of an
quor traffic. The brewery has been learn that such good work wa* bring
the liquor habit by using stuff that ia irrigation ditch about twelve miles long
m crumbling ruin fur 20 years.
delivered from theee wagon*. It look* from the lower end of Clear Lake,
wholesale liquor house has vanished.
The officers installed in the subordi
like it would be an easy matter to get a which is about eeven miles long. In
The store owner who rented to the nate were: Jas. Hchwrilzer, N. G
judgment any time against a company fact several lakes will be tapped by the
saloon long since found another ten
ant. The crave for the business stim Win Bush Jr.,V. G. .Ralph Siam, secre
that insists on breaking the law of a ■ ditch. A big dam is in the contract,
ulation of the saloon and the wide- tary ; J. W. McNeil, Financial Secre
district that has decided that itd.es approximately a quarter mile long and
open town I* unknown to this nrw tary.; R. H N. G„ IL W. Brauglher;
not want to support such a traffic.
in some places over
feet high. Home
generation. The financial disease of I. 8. N. <«., John Gartner ; R H. V. G
the saloon, with its waste and fully W. H. Handers; L. H. V. G., D. O. Lane;
i of the finest lying farm land in the
und crime, hus I wen cured in Kansas,
state will be supplied by this ditch.
and the body of the state knows its Walden, W. K. lkiugla», Conductor,
Much of this land ia already under
pangs and tortures no more. The ris M. K. Hedge. I haplam C l MeOill;
cultivation and is bandied aa dry farm
ing generation of the '90s and of the II. K. 8 , Win urellte; 1 > 8. Elli»
land. Ti.e area which will b* under
first decade of the new* century ha* Hughes; I. G., J. C. Kennedy ; O. G.,
risen. I uin in iny middle forties. I
irrigation ultimatey will he over 40
was born and grew up in Kansas.
The Reliekah officers include
The July meeting of Evening Star miles long and from three to ten miles
From the time 1 was 12 until today
Grange occured on the 4th and a cele wide. The company owns a consider
1 huv/ never lived in a Kansas town Dilley, N. <•.; Mr«. Sager, V.
where then- was an open asloon. In Mrs. Cox, Hecretary; Mr*. Spring,
bration was held. A brief business able part of this area. It has already
Emporia there are grandparents who Treasurer, Mr*. McNeal, Chaplain;
meeting was held in the morning. paid out large sums for improvements.
have no recollection of the saloon ex
Resolutions to the m-mory of Mrs. It has a fine sawmill along one of the
cept as they have seen it casually, R. 8. N, G., Mr*, i'arnall L. ff N. <>.,
Emma Epton and William Larson were streams and the entire district is con
as they have seen u giraffe or an ele Mr*. Blaulu*; R. 8. V. G.. Mr*.
phant. The saloon has been no part Dozier; L. H. V. G., Mr*. Nygaard;
real sr.d adopted. A basket picnic nected by private phone by way of
of the life of that town, even sporad Conductor Mr* Bimon*; Warden. Mr*.
Ttie anxiety that was felt about the
At last Ixrnts is have a ne v library dinner was served in the dining room Government Camp, and Handy, with
ically, for 35 years. Young people in
East Hide Market is subsiding. is seemed building. The new building will be on at one o'clock, with plenty of ice cream Portland.
their middle twenties know nothing
The Hall and Hwank contra ct will
of the whisky drugstore except what G.. R. Thomas.
I douleful for sometime whether pro First avenue, north of Foster road. It for all. At two o’clock the following call for over $20,900 of improvement
are told, aa they know of the
ducers could keep up so many market will be a one story bungalow 28x50,
War and the grasshopper year
Vocal solos by Miss Hazel Hardie and which it is hoped to have done before
of 1873 and the greut drought of I860.
centers, and it caused considerable with a 10x16 work room in the rear. It Miss Eva Johnson, accompanied by the rainy season opens up. They in
will nrovide for all the service this
If my boy, aged 14, ha* ever seen a
worry in tlie minds of the promoters of suburb needs now and several years to Miss Dolly Woodham
Two splendid tend to begin work at once. Roy Hall
drunken man it was outside of Kan
sas. He is as familiar with epilepsy
the East Sixth Street Market. But the come. The location is good, being in readings were given by Miss Signe will be in charge. They will take
about thirty men with them, many of
or prlagara or elephantiasis as he is
experience* of this week have di*|>elled the center of the town, near a principal Lack, one of them being entitled "The which will be people from Lent», and
with the actual effects of the saloon
street and it will have ample ground
Arista Oddf-llow* and Rebekshas these doubts to a considerable extent.
on the social system; yet, because the
a reading entitled ”1492.” A piano about eight or ten teams.
ill effects of alcohol on the human held a joint installation Haiti..lay even
Tuewlay *aw »very liooth occupied around it to give it a good setting.
body arc taught in the school*, h<- cun ing. The installation w** public and
It will not be far from the car line, solo by Miss Kathryn Ball, also a duet
rattle off o rigmarole about what the hall wa* crowded to full capacity.
yet it will not be annoyed by noiae of I by Miss Ball and Lois Brady. Rev. R. DIRECT LEGISLATION MEASURES
wouid de for u man that
handled. Dressed |x>ultry goes like hot the train*. The complete plans for the Tibbs Maxey of the Kern Park Chris-
WTEl BALLOT NUMBERS
would turn to stone through terror
tain Church gave a fine address on
the old Horrible Example of the ’70s. form, especially by the men, a* they cake* All sorts of vegetables are being new building are not out yet but it will
This boy is afraid of whisky. So arc did the whole work themselves. The taken readily. Eggs fresh from tl»e be of a neat, plain type that should "Practical Patriotism.’’ The exercises
The ballot number* of the bills and
closed by the audience
all the children of Kansas.
Portland Degree team put on the work nest are in steady demand. Fruit is m«-et with general approval.
amendments areas follows:
If the state government »hould pass
300, 3ul—Qualifications of electors.
into u despotism that would introduce for the Retwkahas It was exceedingly always a good sale, although prices have
302, 303—Creating offices of Lien ten-
the open saloon by imperial decree, well done but of course lacked some of not lieen high during the flush season.
Sandy Mayor's Wile is Dead
the Kansas people of the generation the interest brought out by the home Many fanner* are selling small lute this
Mrs. Marie Aschoff Meinig, wife of
now on earth would not patronize it. team of the men. After the initiation year on these markets that herv-to-fore
304, 305—Establishment of new
Not only have they been educated out there wa* an excellent program and were complete losses.
and consolidation of county
of liking the taste of whisky and the
and city governments in cities exceed
habit of drinking it, but they have than cream and cate was served.
She had been sick and confined to her
The officers installed were: W. A.
been taught to fear it. Thia does not
ing 100,000 inhabitants.
bed the greater part of the time for over
Yeager Crowds Growing
mean that every man, woman and Young, N. G.: F. E. Crum, V. G.;
Mis* Linnie Lucile Love, daughter of
306, 307—Loaning of state's credit for
child in Kansas la a teetotaler; thou Peter Larson, Secretary and L. J, Ever
Since the difficulties have l*en settled the home today with interment in the Fred Love of I-euts has won renown in building and maintaining permanent
sands of people drink anil there arc
with the lalior council the Yeager Cliff Side cemetery, the services being eastern theatrical circles. She went roads, constructing irrigation and power
drunkard* in the state, though pre- man, Treasurer.
Altho handi projects and developing untilled lands.
The officer* elect of the Rebekahas management has seen a daily growth in conducted by Rev. A. J. Montgomery, East (our yean ago.
cious few of them. Liquor is shipped
into the state by those who desire to were: Mrs. Orendorff, N. G.; Mr*.
308, 309—Providing for levy and col
use it, and some old-fashioned women Tibble*, N. G.; Mr*. Peter», Hecretary the audiences and a corresponding in
studies with several of the beet musical lection of taxes under genera) law for
put brandy in their mince pies and and Mr*. Jay Gould, Treasurer.
crease in the size of the office receipts.
was a member. All of the business instructors, and has aesited in numer public purposes only.
sherry in their sauces.
The allows have leeu good and the house* of Sandy are closed this after ous parte in some of New Y’ork’s lead
310, 311—Authorizing 1-40 of a mill
Recently the governor of the state,
who is not a third-party prohibition
audiences have lieen more than satis noon. Deceased was born in Kansas, ing theatres. She claims Seattle as her levy for maintenance of Southern Ore
ist, and who received the vote of the
Every evening brings out new September 25, 1873, and came to Oregon home but she is visiting he: relative* I gon State Normal Schoo) at Ashland.
liberal element in the five moist coun
in Lente this week.
314, 315—Authorizing consolidation of
ties of the state, sent an official query
material and big show* for the money in March, 1882. On October 21, 1896,
to to the county clerks of Kansas, who
she was married to Paul R. Meinig at
but the specials that come now and then
316, 317—Authorizing 1-40 of a mill
under the Federal law are required to
Marmot. Mr*. Meinig was a member
are more than could Is* expected.
keep a reconi of the shipment* of
for maintanence of Eastern Ore
of the Rebekah* and the United Arti
Friend* of Geo. W. Dawson of 7344,
Miss Nellie Horner was the victim ol
liquor into Kansas. The query de
Show people generally concede the sans. She is survive! by the husband 53d. Street 8. E. were shocked Wednes- gon State Normal School at Weeton.
manded to know how much liquor was an attack one day this week by a vicious Yeager a great future. The advantages
318, 319—Providing compensation for
and three children, Gertrude, France* day morning to learn of his death. Mr.
being shipped into Kansas for all pur- I bulldog. The dog belonged to a neigh
pose*. Trie answers received indicate bor whom Miss Horner had been viiit- of such a show liouse i* bound to create and Alfred, also by her parents, Mr. Dawson had started to work as usual members of the Legislature.
a patronage that will not be satisfied and Mrs. Adolph Aschoff of Marmot. when be was stricken by appoplexy. He
320, 321—Universal constitutional
that Kansas consumes per capita, per j ing for a few minute*.
It saw her
annum, $1.25 worth of liquor for all
with the products shown in smaller. lee*
returned to his house and in fifteen
purposes, as against the average ■ leave the house, broke loose and chased convenient, and inferior houses. The
Eight hour day and room
American consumption of liquor of | her home where it threw her down and
To arouse greater interest in their
for female worker*.
$21 a head. And among the counties proceeded to chew her up. Her father
plans, the officials of the land show to to Kenworthy’s. The funeral will be
324, 325—Non-partisau judiciary bill,
included in the governor s question- interfered with a shovel and saved her and the management to make it worth be held in Portland next fall will offer held later in the week.
nuirc were the five humid counties |
the public’s while to give it their
prohibiting party nomination* for ju
‘ patronage and the public is showing its a first prize of $200 and a second prize
of $75 for the best special exhibit by
excluded probably the Kansas aver- ( physician to attend to her wound*.
Anderson Walker Buried
appreciation by the increase in attend
326, 327—$1500 tax exemption amend
age would have gone under $1. This
counties. By arrangements with the
Anderson Walker of 6307 Foster road ment.
ance. The next week will see some
is reducing the consumption of liquor
The funeral service of Mr*. Georgie especially good features. Considerate state fair offiicials, exhibits from died at 9 a. m. Sunday, July 12 at his
328, '.29—Public docks and water
to a negligible minimum. Kansas has
Holly, who died suddenly at the patrons are looking forward to them in Douglas, Lane, Polk, Marion, Wash home, of heart trouble, aged 70 years. frontage amendment.
quit and has quit good and hard!
ington, Multnomah, Tillamook, Clack
It will pay us, therefore, to look at home of her friend, Mrs. Peabody, high expectation.
He was formerly a resident of Illinuis.
330, 331—Municipal wharves and
amas, Umatilla, Wasco, Wallowa,
the physics! effect* of this abstinence. j July 14. wa* held at the Dunning
He has been living near Kern Park for docks bill.
And naturally one must go at it back i Undertaking parlors Thursday 3 P. M.
Wheeler and Morrow counties have
the past seven months. He leaves a
332, 333—Oregon dry constitutional
ward to get the perspective on it. The
already been arranged for.
wife, brother in Salem, and son in amendment.
effect* of alcohol on a person produce . Mr*. Holly had lieen afflicted some
The wedding of Wesley I. Barker and
a loosening of the restraints which i years from occasional attaetks of
Seattle. The funeral was held Wednes
354, 335—Abolishment of death pen
hold him to conventions.
A few i Euametic tit*, caused by Affcetion of Anna E. Acheson was solemnized al
At La Grande it has been decided to day the 15th at Kenworthys and the alty.
drinks make a man talk more, sing the Spine. And while her death was noon of Tuesday the fourteenth at the build a new exhibit hall near the depot. burial was at Mt. Scott Park cemetery.
336, 337—Graduate sur tax amend
more, dance more, swagger more, sudden it was not unexpected by her home of the bridegroom’* father, W. M. The building will be modern design and
laugh more, swear more, spend more,
Barker, on Seventh Avenue. Mr*. J. will be so located that its contents can
flirt more and generally deport him relatione that knew her.
338, ¡39—Consolidation of office of
M. Nelson sang "Because” by Guy I). readily be seen from all trains. It will
Gresham Fruitgrowers Elect
self on a moral plane rather lower
Corporation Commissioner with that
than the average. He is a little craxy,
The Gresham Fruitgrower*’ Associa of Insurance Commissioner.
I.. E. Wiley is agent for the Grocers Hardelot. Miss Fay Hickox played the include an office for the county agri
a little lazy, a little weak willed, a
Izihergrin Wedding March, to the culturist, who will have charge of the tion’s directors, at a meeting there,
340, 341—Dentistry law.
little vicious, a little prodigal, a little
elected officers to serve until January
thriftless, a little devilish under the on the 22d. He has the promise of a strain* of whicu the bridal party took exhibit.
342, 343—Equalizing terms of county
1, next. James Hterling wa* appointed officers amendment.
influence of liquor. And if he is ade couple car* if enough reservations art* their places under a large white bridal
quately stewed as to his nerve cells taken. The trip, including games and bell. The bride was lieeomingly dressed
The monthly business and social meet field manager until the annual meet-
344, 345—Commission to draft tax
and brain areas most of the time, dancing only requires one dollar, round in a gown of blue silk with a white latv ing ofilie Y. P. A. was held at the home . ing, and the officers elected are: Presi
there are wide areas of his mind that
| i.ver-dress. The officiating clergyman of Miss Kva Bischoff Monday evening. dent, H. E. Davis; Vice-president,
346,347—Abolish Desert Land Board,
act abnormally more or less of the trip. The cars will leave the Junction
was J. M. Nelson, Pastor of the lente About fifty young folks were present and James H. Sterling; Secretary, Karl H .
time. So he loses his judgment, his at nine o'clock.
Baptist Church. About twenty guests after the business session all joined in Miller; Treasurer. Bank of Gresham.
money, his good name, his talents, his
348. 349—Constitutional amendment
partook of a sumptuous dinner after the spending a moat enjoyable evening.
general poise and balance.
for proportional representation.
And here, also, a state is like a man.
ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Barker will Strangers are most heartily welcomed
In order to raise the money with
350, 351—Constitutional amendment
Given the excessive use of liquor in a Millon H. St. John and the tem|>erance make their home in lente. Th* many at the socials as well as the Sunday
which to install a municipal lighting to abolish the Senate.
st'te, and the state insane asylums talk of E. A. Rowell taA mad* the
352, 353—Amendment to establish
fill up. That state is losing some meetings in the big tent at Myrtle friends of the young couple wish them evening meetings.
system, the city of Drsin, Ore., has
thing of its fundamental sanity; the Park eo successful that they will be a happy life.
voted to sell $6000 worth of city bonds. department of industry and public
poorhouses fill up, indicating a lack
Mrs. W. A. Hall is preparing to make As soon as the bonds are disposed of.
354, 355—For supplementary primary
of thrift; the jails become crowded, continued for another week. Next Sun
the contract for the construction will law.
What ia regarded as the record
indicating a moral decay; and the cit day afternoon at 3 o’clock there will be
3">6, 357—Constitutional amendment
izens of the state, who are as cells of a special lecture on "The Highway return for one acre of cherries has Mrs. Oliver, of LaGrande a visit, as be let.
to require two-thirds vote to enact un
a human body, die rather earlier and man’s Partner,’’ by ■ Earle Albert been reported from Hood River where both are in poor health.
equal taxation amendment.
oftener than they should. A brief Rowell, who entertained a large crowd the grower received $1300 for the crop
E. L. Thorpe has been nominated by
Fix salaries of county officer* of
survey of the Kansas situation, since
Mr*. R. J. Brock, a former school the Progressives for Justice of the Peace Hood River County; local.
she has won her long, hard fight for in the same place with his lecture on on one acre of Royal Annes. This was
Providing for a bounty on jack-rab
state sobriety, seems to show that "Portland After Dark,” a few day* ago. the net amount received after all ex day* acquaintance of Mr*. Maude at Gresham. Me ought to run pretty
the effects of swearing off for a state Everyone i* cordially invited every penses of picking and marketing had Darnall made her a short visit Thurs well as hie Republican friend* ought to bit* in Harner County; local
Fixing salaries of county officer* of
evening and Sunday afternoon.
(continued on Page 8)
make him safe.
Columbia County; local.
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