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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 16, 1914)
b ilipinos to Have Wider
Fngincmcn of 98 Roads
Scope in Administration
Favor Strike it Necessary
Washington, D. C. An adminiatra
Chicago — Only the hope that the
tion-approved plan for a ipore autono
manager* will yield to the demands of
55,000 engineers and firemen stands | Buena Vista That the home credit looked upon it as a mere experiment, mous government in the Philippines as
between 98 roads west of Chicago ard system has succeeded in bringing but they are now ita moat entlMZiastic another step toward indejwiMience was
laid before cong res*. Monday.
World's Important the greatest strike in the history if about a closer relationship between aup|M>rterv.
Done in School.
the schools and homes of Polk «Hinty
Mr, Jones is
With the statement that the men ami an interest in the imiustries of the at Fairview, in South Polk county. introduced the] bill.
The pupil* took up the work in the fall
had voted nearly unanimously to1 farm heretofore unparalleled is shown of 1912 and were «ucceaaful through chairman of the house insular commit
strike, union officials announced that by attendance re«irda ami statistics out the term in adhering to the rules. tee, and his measure declaring the pur • • Gad Ilhu (Uri H Ao Krhiiri tu
The craws of eight ducks killed by a
pose of the people of the country aa to
, compiled for some of the rural schools
Study Algebra” Crie» Out
St. Helens, Or., man produced as arbitration under the Federal law where the' plan has been in operation. The children thua pleased their par the future political status of Filipinos,
many gold nuggets.
Under th»« rules of the system credit lie employ«! during the next term.
the railroads have not live«! up to pre
A huge steel caisson used by the U. vious arbitration awards.
The plan has been changed from
is given at school for work done at
S. navy in tests is wrecked by a single
The railroads, through their general home outside of school hours, includ time to time. The pupils must earn son, Manuel Quezon, the Philippine
shot of a new explosive.
Sl. Paul, Minn. A somewhat Hal
managers’ committee, contended that ing the walking of long distances to 800 credits before taking a holiday in resident commission of the United
stead of 600. The number of minute States, and Democratic memlwra of le«« aenaion of the National Flducation
After being set afire four times to grant the employes’ demands would school ami regular attendance.
Credit ia given for washing dishes, credits for milking cows was increased insular committee, all of whom have aaaociation waa authlenly enllvenoi
within 24 hours, a Eugene. Or., house mean an increase of »33,000,000 an
cows, doing chorea, sleeping from five to 15 for each cow and a approved it informally.
was totally destroyed by fire.
The bill makes no attempt to fix a Saturday when Dr. J. IL Francis,
firemen asserted that their requests with windows open and proper care of reasonable amount of credit was al
for Philippine Indejiendence. Its Su|M>rintendent of school« at lets An
Senator Lane, of Oregon, says «in were fair and equitable.
body. The result has been a healthier lowed for all work not named in the
gress is grinding out too many laws,
It is expect«! that further confer appearance by the pupils.
list of chores. Children living over a preamble recites that it was never the geles, vigorously attacked th« preaent
and thinks a pause is advisable.
ences will be held. Should the negoti
The parents also deciare that more mile and a half from school were al intention of the people in the Incipi- cch<«>l system, denounced the ineffi-
The Carranza-Villa mediation «in ations fail aid the employes stand by work was done at home during the lowed credit for the distance they had ency of war with Spain to make It a siency of the average teacher, ami
ference adjourned after signing a pro their announced refusal of arbitration, term and that the child's attitude to walk in proportion to the others and war of conquest or territorial aggrnn characterized a« soul wrecker« "cer
the resulting strike would, it is de- toward the common every-day duties 5 per cent instead of 10 was added at dizement. It asserts that it always tain |M>wvrful Interest« that are block
tocol covering all of its discussions.
clare«!. almost completely paralyze of farm life are changed, with the the end of the year on their final aver has been their purpose to recognize ing all forma of educational progress."
Captain Bartlett, of the Karluk, de traffic in the Central West. Some of
by the children that the ages. Two prizes were offered by the the independence of the islands ‘'as
Unfavorable criticism of hia "aen-
nies he gave report of the loss of eight the principal requests made by the em-1 realization
[wrformance of all duties is a real part district, »3 and »2, respectively. soon as a stable government could be aalionaliain" waa uttered by many
men in the Stefansson Arctic expedi ployes of the roads were;
! of their education.
Children seldom took advantage of the
leading educators, but storms of ap
Increases in the rates of pay of en- | At Buena Vista and F'airview sys- holiday for the 800-minute credit, as be desirable to place in the hands of plause which intrrrupted him at every
The National Education association gineers and firemen in all classes of < terns of industrial education were be- they were taught that a day lost meant the Filipino« as large control of their sentence were indicative of the gen
went on recon! for equal pay for teach service.
i gun, which, it is asserted, will compel the loss of a day's work as well. domestic affairs as may bo consistent eral attitude of the delegate«.
ers of both sexes and endorsed woman
That the number of hours after a continuation of home credit giving Tardiness on the part of any pupil with the exercise in the meantime of
The annual convention cloaed Satur
which overtime will be paid in freight 1 in ail future terms. When the system meant the loss of sc many credits al the right of sovereignty of the United day after a brief aeaaiun devoted to a
A night-blooming cereus plant in service be reduced from 10 to 8 hours, was first inaugurated the parents ready accumulated.
Mr. Jones, In explaining his Philip discussion of the need« of the public
school. The new l>oard of directors
Portland, opened a flower nine inches and in passenger service from 10 to 5 I---------------------------------------------------
pine bill says:
met ami approved the selection of
in diameter between 6 and 9 o'clock in J hours.
That overtime be raised to a basis
< iaklami. Cal., aa the meeting place
of time and a half in freight service
most liberal form of a territorial gov next year. The convention will be
The administration is strongly op ' and double time in passenger service.
Its principal features held August 16 to 23.
posed in its first attempt to appoint
That engineers and firemen be paid
"Our public school« of today," Dr.
more important changes
two members of the Federal Reserve I an abritrary 30 minutes’ preparatory
said, "are namby pamby
' time for each trip, instead of comput-
Salem — Superintendent of Public boards and window shades in good con in the existing organic act arc those places to which we go because it ia the
relating to the enlarged powers con
Prisoners in the penitentiary at I ing service continuously from actual Instruction Churchill has announced dition. The schoolrooms must be at ferred on the governor general and the custom, ami some of us become good
that the county school superintendents, tractive, the grounds must be clean
citizens in spite of them."
Blackwell's Islam!. New York, mu 1 time of reporting for duty.
That allowances be made for termin- who have been in session here for more and must have necessary walks and at abolition of the present Philippine
The hall rang with applause when
tinied in the tailor shop, setting a tire
j al delays in addition to payment
for j than a week, had agreed upon a set of least three features of play apparatus. commission aa such and the substitu Dr. Francia shouted :
and cutting a big power belt.
< the miles or the hours of the trip. | rules for the standardization of the
Each room must have at least one
"God bless the girl who refuse« to
Chicago meat packers predict that i That the differentials paid for run- j rural and village schools.
standard picture framed.
The li bers representing Christian provinces study algebra a study that has caused
beef will have to be sold to the meat I ; ning Mallet engines be increased.
Oregon was one of the pioneer states brary must have a case for books and are to be chosen by [topular vote.
markets at 16 cents, at an early date ■ That the differentials between local i in starting the work of standardizing volumes must be catalogued, Tile
The non-Christian tribes are to be many girls to lose their souls. Give
in the legislature by two our girls courses in costume <!es|gning,
on account of cattle shortage.
and j through
freight service u-
be in-1 . her
.__ Already there are such
school must be supplied with [Hire
instead of mathematics, ami life and
Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Roosevelt and creased. •
schools in Coes, Polk, Marion, Linn, drinking water. Outbuildings must senators ami nine representatives s|e art ami morality ata! godliness will
Mrs. Nicholas Longworth, daughter: _ Virtually all lines west of Chicago. Ijine, Douglas. Jackson. Klamath. be in good repair and sanitary.
mean something to them.
of Col. Roosevelt, sailed for home the Illinois Central and lines in Canada | Umatilla and Yamhill.
It is provide<l that the teachers must governor general is to ap|ioint the more art in one well-aclecttxl ami well-
west of Fort William, except the Can-
The rules provide that a flag must arrive at schools not later than 8:30
from Southampton. England.
made garment than in all the art gal
adian Grand Trunk Pacific are affected. ( be unfurled above school buildings o'clock. The teacher must subcribe The only officials to be appointed by leries of Flurope."
Dr. David Starr Jordan, of Stan-1
- when the weather is propitious, school for at least one educational paper.
He added that nine tenths of im
ford University, has been elected pres-
- buildings must be well lighted, must The attendance must be of an average and the member* of Supreme court.
morality waa caused by damage done
ident of the National Education Asso- oUngaloiC.S on 7 op of SAitf-
have jacketed stoves and proper ven of 92 per cent a year and must not ex
to boy« ami girls by teachers.
cjation, in session in St. Paul.
scrapers is Prediction i tilating systems at the windows,
Supreme Justice l.urton Dies.
the ceed 2 per cent in tardiness. A term
H. F. (lope, of Chicago, secretary of
Atlantic City, N. J. Associate Jus the Religious Education society, op-
The constitutionalist forces in Mex- Duluth. Minn.
That the sxyscrap- J desks must be properly adapted ami of not less than eight months is pro
ico capture the City of Guadalajara.
offlce building of the near future suitably placed; they must have black vided.
tice Horace Harmon l.urton, of the l*oacd religious instruction in the pub
the second largest city in Mexico. I will
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many new * features
United States Supreme court, died sud lic schools. He said present agitation
after routing 1X000 federal soldiers. i prediction of C. A. Patterson, secre-
Silcerton Win» Its Suit.
Big Salmon Run Reported.
denly at a hotel here Monday from was based on three misapprehensions,
Francis A. Ogden, a wealthy octo , tarv of the National Association of i Salem — Declaring that no evidence
Astoria All classes of fishing in the heart failure superinduced by cardiac as follows:
"First, that the state may projwrly
genarian who died at Houston. Tex.. Building Owners and Managers, in ad tending to prove that the emptying of lower harbor is doing well and quite asthma. He was 70 years old.
religion; second, that religion
June 6, left a will in which he pro dressing that body here.
"Innovation." said Mr. Patterson. sewage into Silver Creek at Silverton a number of gillnetten are getting as was in his usual health before retiring can l>c taught as mathvmatica, ami
vides that his entire estate be devoted
to the education of country children, J "is the middie name of the modern?
and had taken his customary evening third, that teaching religion would
especially children whose educational skyscraper. It will be only a short j introduced at the trial, the Supreme The present week should be one of the outing on the Boardwalk.
Shortly solve all the problem» of youthful de
> time when big office buildings will j court reversed the judgment of the l>est of the season, as the salmon en after midnight he complained of feel linquency and cure the general public
advantage are limited.
i have elevators running not only up and
ing ill, and, although his physician apathy to ecclesiastical affair*.
Marion County court in the suit of
Bandits hold up train at Matson, i down from the street to the top of the the State Board of Health against Sil tering the river are large and the tides wzs immediately summoned, Justice
“In recent time* the attempt to
Mo., and get »1000 worth of jewelry. I building, but running horizontally on verton. Circuit Judge Galloway en are favorable for fishing. The water Burton died at 5 a. m.
meet that instruction in religion has
' different floors. Furthermore, patrons
is a little muddy, more than it has
taken on a large degree of educational
All the volcanoes along the Alaska will pay fares to ride on these ele- joined the city from emptying sewage been for some time, but it is not bad
seriousness. The churches are facing
peninsula west of Seward to the Aleu- vators and get transfers from the ver
enough to interfere materially with
Oyster Bay, N. Y. Protests from in that direction. It is the duty of
tian Islands are in action, according to tical lifts to the horizontal, just as we
leaders from all parts of the state to recognize every serious
a report by Captain McMullen, of the get them on streetcars,
the prop .sal that endeavor to meet «Jurational neo is.
gillnetters, drifting about the mouth
steamship Dirigo. which arrived at
"They will pipe pure air from the
Whenever the work of the Sunday
of the river, report snagging their Colonel Roosevelt run for governor of j schools or similar agencies rises to the
Seward from Dutch Harbor.
country right into the big city build
ing, just as they pipe pure water, and
level of the work of the ptiblic schools,
President Wilson believes that men bungalows on top of tall buildings will erty was taken, health menaced, or planted some time ago on the edge of president by mail and wire.
1 that common level i f «lucational effi
are coming around to the administra : house the owners in summer.
Peacock Spit. One gillnetter returned
tion’s view of anti-trust legislation building permit for such a bungalow I smelling. Attorney Grant Corby, rep- with his net in four pieces as a result attempt of the New York lenders to ciency ought to have |>ublic reeognl-
and are willing and ready that the ' already has been taken out in Chi- resenting Silverton, contended that the of fouling that obstruction.
win him last Wednesday to bring in j tion.”
existence of a nuisance must be proved.
program laid out be put through at i cago.”
letters from the South and West, and
the present session of congress.
in virtually every instance the demand (loudbund Kills Six and
Express Company Liable.
made that Colonel R<x>sevelt stay
Docs Immense Damage
Biggest Gun w Shipped.
Salem W. S. Foster, local manager out of the race.
Washington, D. C. — When its
Six persons kill«! and
of the Great Northern express com
breech-locking device has been per- has authorized Sam H. Moore, of this
property damage of hundr«la of thous
Wheat — Track prices: Club. 78c; fected. the great 16-inch gun. the big- city, to represent the county at the
Washington. I). C.
Two Republi ands of dollars wa* the toll Saturday
forty-fold, 79c; bluestem. 83c; red gest piece of ordnance in the world, Good Roads convention at Meiford the that the company had been indicted for
of the house of cloudbursts ami electrical storms in
Russian, 77c: Turkey red, 80c.
which has just been shipped from
shipping liquor into dry territory with
rules committee have accepted invita the Lebanon valley ami anthracite re-
Millfeed—Bran. »23; shorts, »26; Sandy Hook proving grounds, will be
Mr. Moore is the originator of a out having it properly labeled. The tions to meet about 200 memtiers of gions of Pennsylvania.
practically ready for service in the
Three [a-rsons were drowned in
plan to use convict labor in the manu liquor was consigned to J. A. Benja the congressional union of woman
Oats—No. 1 white milling, »22/.» Panama canal fortifications.
ami vicinity in a flood that
suffrage in the capitol rotunila to dis
The carriage for this giant gun is
followed the cloudburst; one mart was
Barley — Feed. »21<-: 21.50 ton; now under construction at the 1 Water- also to receive state aid in materials by the Rose City Importing company, cuss the reporting of the rule allotting killed by lightning at Wilkesbarre am!
brewing. »22.50; rolled. »28.50.
town. Mass., arsenal. It probably will and convict labor, so far as available. of Portland. The police declared the time in the house for debate on the two met death at Lebanon, one when
Hay — Choice timothy, »16/017; bet aken back to Sandy Hook for tests He advocates the purchase by the package was not labeled as intox Bristow-Mondell Ruffrage amendment. he step|H-d on a live wire broken in the
mixed timothv. »12<ol5; valley grain after being mounted, and will not l>e I state of a shale, and rock, or cement, icating liquor, and Governor West Democratic members of the commit storm, at»! another by lightning. Ov
hay, »106:12; alfalfa. »12.
shipped to Panama before next spring, j deposit, the building of a cement plant instructed District Attorney Ringo to tee. the suffrage leaders say, had not erflowing of a creek in the I^banon
Vegetables — Cucumbers. 50 <a 90c
Some idea may be gotten of the tre and the operation of the plant with start prosecution. It was later learned responded to their invitations.
district flooded thou*am!s of acre* of
dozen; eggplant, 15c pound; peppers. mendous power of this gun, destined convict labor. He believes that the that the Portland company had labeled
corn and wheat, while hail that accom-
20c; radishes. 15*tl7jc dozen; head to protect the Pacific entrance to the convicts will be doing labor not likely the package as required by law. but
Tiro Die at Dull fight».
panimi the storm destroyed much of
the express company had covered the
lettuce. »1.75 crate; artichokes, 8oc canal, by the fact that it is 50 feet to be done by paid labor.
The bulls carried off the the fruit crop.
dozen; celery, 90« . »1 dozen: toma long, weighs 142 tons ar.d fires a pro-
honors in the bull-fighting here Mon
Twenty-five men were caught in a
Four Counties Plan Display.
toes. 50««: »1.50 crate; spinach, 5 m 7 c jectile about six feet long.
day. In the event for amateurs the mine 2<M) feet below the surface at
Trout Trolling New tt'ay.
Grants Pass—At a meeting held
pound; rhubarb. 2p-:3c pound; cab jectile itself weighs a ton and is dis-
sword of one of the toreadors was
bage. ljc pound; asparagus, I1M1.50 charged by 665 pounds of powder. here n few days ago of representatives
Lebanon — Anglers have found a caught by the bull and tossed into the Archbald, near Scranton, when a dam
dozen; peas. 5 m 6c pound; beans, 4 m This gun has a maximum range of from Douglas, Jackson, Klamath and new and easier method of getting the stand. It struck a spectator on the burst ami flood«! the mine working*.
They managed to escape.
6c; corn, 30 m 35 c dozen.
from 22 to 23 miles. The elevation Josephine counties, an organization
neck, killing him. Later a _ _______
Railroad ami trolley traffic waa tied
Onions— Red. »3.25: yellow. »3.25 permitted by its carriage will enable was formed to make an exhibit of the bigger trout in the Santiam river.
Since the lumber companies have swordsman, Miguel Frey, after killing
sack; Walla Walla, »3.25.
the gun to fire a projectile about 11 resuorees of the four counties at the cleared the river of jams and bars, the first bull, was mortally gored by up, bridges were swept away and hun
dreds of persons who had gone to the
Green Fruits—Apples, old. »l(dl.75 miles across the Pacific ocean,
It has San Francisco fair. The county courts canoes and row boats can
the second. The fighting was then outlying sections on picnics were ma
box: new. 75cM»1.5O; cherries, 5<d8e sufficient power. theoretically, to are benig appealed to for funds and in miles, and, by running a travel many stopped for the day.
rooned for the night.
[oand. apricots, »l.l'M 1.15 box; can pierce two feet of the best armor plate three counties the appropriations have
the current, a troll line can be
Lightning start«! numerous fires in
taloupes. »26:2.75 crate; peaches, 50 at the muzzle. At 11 miles the gun been made. It is the belief of those than
kept out 200 feet.
Cargo Damaged $100,000.
the country districts ami many barns
M90e box; plums. 75o-: »1.25; water is caltulated to pierce at 12-inch armor having the matter in charge that
Dr. J. G. Gile and A. M. Reeves,
San Francisco Fire from spontane containing harvest«) crops and live
Southern Oregon will have one of the
melons, IfM2c pound; casabas. »2.25 plate, or any side armor afloat.
of the plan, in a 120-mile ous combustion in the hold of the stock were destroy«!.
dozen; pears. »2.25 m 2.50 box; black
best displays at the San Francisco ex
I trip from Foster to Lebanon, land«! American-Hawaiian steamship Ken
berries. »1.50 crate.
Cloudbunt Hit» South.
i 60 trout averaging better than a pound tuckian was extinguished Monday after
New Battleships Named.
Potatoes — Oregon, new, 1 frfr 1 jc
a battle lasting three hours. Two fire
D. C. — The four new '
men were overcome, and damage was
Eggs — Fresh Oregon ranch, case in excess of »100,000 was caused here
Medford—Because there is no Y. M.
but not yet
Compensation Plea Filed.
done to 800 tons of miscellaneous
count. 236:23jc; candled, 25 m 26 c dvz. l.xte Wednesday by a cloudburst. The
Poultry—Hens, 15&15jc; springs.
tomia. Idaho ami
18<:22; turkeys, live. 20 m 22; dressed, the greatest here in 26 years. Parts enth Company. Oregon National Guard, markets and grocery stores do not 1100,000.
' the last two states will not suffer loss
have decided to incorporate club fea come under the Workmen's Compensa
choice, 25c: ducks, 11 m 12| c ; geese. of the city are still under water.
2J0 Execution» Reported
of ‘*“'*‘•‘1* °r
tures in their organization, establish tion act. according to an announce
_ ¡their names to Greece. Everv state
New Orleans—Thirty-one coal barges ing bowling alleys, a library and read ment to the State Industrial Accident
Butter -Creamery prints, extra, 25c
th t ”*'X'
Two in the Union now has a battleship
were sunk at Lobdell, La., by the ing-room for the young men of the commission. The commission said the hundred and
per pound: cubes. 19j -2Ic.
ami thirty persons
were w > re-( nnnit'i
except Maryland, Mon-
I or II
almost unprecedented rainfall. The city who are members. Later a swim businesses were not of a hazanloue na hundred
Pork—Block, 11481 ljc per pound.
P°rte<i «eeuted in Mexico City Mon ' tana.
ture. C. W. Pettijuhn, of Ixjwell, ' ’virón m tha ”“0”’ “V0"?*"* ,o New Mexico, Tenne
Veal Fancy. 14iM15c per pound.
Hops—1913 crop, prime and choice. <-<M. At Port Allen a precipitation of the company rooms are located will be who was seriously injured while oper news from the south received here. ! New
9.33 inches of rain in three hours was rented by the company on certain days ating a donkey engine, filed an appli-
14 m 16 c ; 1914 contracts, nominal.
"T *‘‘Vtnty of,the'M? wer< present armor«!
cruiser California will
in the week and a small gymnasium cation for compensation.
He is em- aaM
Wool — Valley. lc'-:21c per pound; reported.
• •• k- own 1« the : an Diego
Local business men are ployed by Wilbur Hyland.
Eastern Oregon, 16)<:2i’jc; mohair.
federal prison and 60 executed in the
ready to assist in the movement.
1914 clip. 27jc.
Owl Snoozes Before Senate.
prison of Santiago Tlaltelallo. Most
Cattle — Prime steers. »7«: 7.25;
Rich Chinese Accused.
• ■ 11. i _R.
Albany Get» Concrete Bridge.
of the victims, it ia said, were officials.
choice. »6.75 (ti 7; medium. »6.50 m on a ledge on a senate gallery corridor
Railroad Work Pushed.
Six Chinese were indicted
Albany—A concrete bridge, 66 feet
6.75; choice rows. »6.25<<:6.50; me Wednesday, a screech owl peacefully
here on charges of manufacturing
Crescent City—Work on the Califor long and 36 feet wide, is being con
dium. »6'- 6.25; heifers, J6.25 m 6.75; snoozed while the senate was in ses nia-Oregon Coast railroad, is progress structed on Ninth street over the Ix-b-
opium for smoking. Their indictment
Gijon, Spain Major Montes, a roy
roy- is the lieginning of the government's
calves. »6'0 8; bulls, »3<«i5; stags. »5 sion.
Through an open door the ing rapidly. The pile driver has again anon-Albany canal.
This bridge is al aide, di«l Monday at King Alton-
strange visitor was in plain view of been shifted and is driving piles for erected preparatory to the paving of
prosecution of an alleged opium com
Hogs—Light, »>18.50; heavy. »7(9 Vice President Marshall.
The bird the Applegate structure.
It is ex this thoroughfare and while this work so « lunch table aboard the royal yacht bine. involving wealthy Orientals,
i showed no interest in the anti-trust pected that before ÿaek layirg in th.« is in progress the Oregon Power com
which is believed to have its head
Sheep — Wethers, »46:4.75; ewes. | legislation or the introduction of bills section is completed, arrangements pany also is building a cofferdam in of the king, who was deeply affect«] quarters in thia city.
»3.25)0 4.25; Yearling lambs, »4.SO«: and resolutions, but just kept on snooz- will have beer, made to complete con the canal here to control the supply of by hia death, and immmiiately can penalty for the offense charged is a fine
celled all his engagements for the re
4 85; spring lambs. !5.50»<i6.
struction to Crescent City.
of 110,000, five years' imprisonment,
water in the canal.
NEWS NOTES OF
Home Credits System Wins
Roth Pupils and Parents
School Superintendents Fix
Rules for Rural Districts