Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923, September 24, 1914, Image 1

Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

    WANT "ADS”
Them In B-6111-1 111
Only One-cent a Word
ML
----------------- » ... .............................
lïeralô
—ft---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
LENTS, MULTNOMAH CO., OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1914
Subscription, $1.00 a Year.
Vol. 12.
No. 39
-
¡EXEMPTION PURPOSE
IS PLAIN SINGLE (AX
COUNTY FAIR
I
BIG SUCCESS
VACCINATION FIGHT
GOES TO COURT
(By John Rigby of Vail in Oregonian.)
Do the people of Oregon want single j Determined Effort on Part of Parents
Whether
and Citizens Secures Recognition
As aa Exhibit the Best in its His­
tory, Finanicially the Rains of
the Week Put the Fair in Arrears.
Tlx* l**t
fair
ever
pnli«4
off
tex? That is the question.
to endure the ills we have, without at-
tempt to remedy tljfin high-ally or fly i
frantically to the tangle«!
! theroreticai legislation.
at
Gneham wax cl«««! Sunday afu-rnoon.
It wav not m -I mm I u M to «■onlinue over
forest
of'
From Health Officers.
The entire Mt. Scott district, bas bsen
•haken the part week, from Fortieth to
On the statute books today we have Niotieth street on account of tbe city
"Uncultivated land shall be health det>artment* issuing orders pre­
assessed as cultivated land equally situ­ venting children who were not recently
ated.”
While license is here given vactuated from attending echool. Tbe
Mceipts. N<>1 till Saturday was even a
development* of tbe first week of echool
lair att«-t»<ian<M- |<os«ib)e.
Even then
somewhat to the axeesHor
this one
were to send tbe children home. The
Photo copy« lent, 1*14, by Panama-Pacific International Kxposltlon Co. H. B. Croofier Co, official photographer*.
(clanse indicates a long stride toward city health board ordered tbe principal*
then* were out inure than half what
Henry George theory m explained to *end the cbileren home until they
should have t>eei> on hand. The farm­
THE FIVE ACRE CALIFORNIA HOST BUILDING AT THE PANAMA-PACIFIC EXPOSITION. > i the
in “Progress and Poverty."
were vaccinated. Now there are quite a
ing jswile made up the hulk of visitors
Comes now Barzee A Co., in con nee- number ot people in thia district who
ALIFORNIA, aa host to the world, la erecting a vast palacs tn which elaborate entertainment* will be
d«inng the week but on Haturday quite
do not approve .of vaccination. They
given during the Panamn Pacific International Exposition at Ran Francisco. The building, which,
j tion with Inde-Prohi-Oregon City law-
a bunch came out from town.
objected. A ma«s meeting was called
with Ito furnishings, will cost 5600.000. will be constructed In Mission style of architecture. Besides
: maker and candidate, presenting anoth­ at Laurelwood, last Monday evening, a
Karina was practically out of the
Mng a center of »octal and official activities, it will bouse a wealth of exhibits.
quest loti T)>e track was slippery and j
er Henry George joker for the voter to committee of th«ee war appoint««! to
actually impossible of navigation. Navi*,
unknowingly confirm in the 51500 ex­ employ an attorney to prosecute tbe
gallon is the right word.
Driving a
case. A «»llection was taken to defray
emption act.
rarer around that track meant danger
expencee. The committee chosen was
They fill columns with specific exam - composed of Rev. V. E. Willings, Dr.
lor tiie horse as well as the driver.
A |
pies showing how it would help tbe W. O. Powell, Mr*. L. C. Uttle, Rev. J.
Hat liottomed st,-am boat would have
payer of taxes as now constituted, tak­
Iren safer and about as sure.
But in­
C. Tibbet*, and Cha*. Kitching. The
side tlx- pavilions the show was just aa
A big program is to be given Satur­
To the Editor—Let me compliment ing taxation from the poor and placing committee met with tbe school antliori-
People who were disturl-ed by the
goo«l aa it the suu were shining
Be­ several outbursts of noise in the lart day evening at tbe Yeager Theatre, the you on your excellent editorial on Vac­ it on tiie rich. Great is the dodging of tie* on Tuesday and later had a confer­
the real facts. Great the pandering to
ginning at the barn, BOOT Uie entrant»-,
twenty-four hours will appreciate tbe net receipts oi which will be applied on cination in lart week's Herald. For tbe tbe proletariat. It must be concede at ence with the mayor. It was decided
th«- exhibit was first class clear through.
to enjoin Prof. Ball of the Creston
a
deficit
held
over
from
the
Fourth
of
propriety of the extraordinary proceed­
part fifteen year* I have read everything once that tbe exemption will let those
Never before were such valuable exhi­
ings when they learn the extraordinary July. Any balance will be used for on tbe subject that has come witbin my who have but little personal property school from sending certain children
bits of live stock put on display in this
home.
An order was secured from
cause of tbe disturbance.
Mr. W. public purposes.
|>art of ll»e county.
Hogs, horses,
reach, much that is learned and origi­ and tlioee who never expert to have but Judg- McGinn Tuesday evening.
The
program
will
bo
one
of
the
very
Elschipp, locally known a» "Blabwood
little personal property escape complete­
cattle and poultry were there in quality
On Tuesday evening another meeting
Bill," has done something very unusual beet ev«r given in Lento. Beside* four nal. bnt for the most part banal and ly from direct taxation at leaet.
and commend aide quantity.
was
held and Wm. M. Gregory, attor­
good
films
to
be
run
by
the
house
th«
tiresome.
for him.
Bdi got married yesterday.
These are tbe farts:
If a county or
But it was over in the main pavilion
An anti-vaccinator however can never municipality needs 510.000 and the tax ney for Mr. Powell were present and
It was the first time bs ever did such a following special numl*rs will be given :
that the lieet part of tlx- show, in an
Mrs. Wm. Goldbacker of the Port­ lose interest in the subject co long aa
addressed tbe people. It was made
tbiog and hence the surprise and com­
roil is 510.000.000 the rate must be 1
agricultural way, was to be seen. Com-
motion. Being of retiring nature Bill land Oratorio Society will sing, "Bongs our mistaken medical friends insist on per cent. If then- are 2000 taxpayer«« clear that tae health authorities bad no
; swine tiie largest pan of the farm and
My Mother used to Bing.” A quarteit compulsion. We shall be only too glad
right to send healthy and unexpoeed
exempted 51500 each tbe tax roll is
home display were tlx- grange exhibits. I thought to avoid any social earthquake.
He arranged to have bis bride elect of children will give tbe folk dances, to forget al) about the wretched Ousi- diminished $3,000,000 and the rate must children home. It has now been sever­
tieven of tlx* lea-ling granges of tlx-
meet him down town and there before which took so well the Fourth, a nees the moment law making bodies be 1 and forty-three one-hundredth per al weeks since the last suspicious case
county entered exhibits that for quality
Judge Bell, and with W. L. Klineman "Highland Fling,’’ and a "Hornpipe.” turn tbe deaf ear to medical politician» cent. Tbe levy must then be on viable occurred in tbe A rleta-Laurel wood sec­
and quantity and taste in arrangement
tion. There is no sickness there «■•■>•',
as a witness, tbe simple words were N. G. Hsdin will give a baratone solo, and free us of tbe shackles tbe two property, land.
The farmer who ha*
would have Iren an honor to any or­
“
Hawiian
Farewell;"
Miss
Marie
Chap
­
of this nature. It is even dispute.’ twat
efrsses
have
forged
and
fastened
on
us.
said that made Bill tbe head ot a fami­
been exempted 51500 must pay the
ganisation. Tlx- winners in this con­
it
I greatly like the way yon state the higher rate on the remainder, and the eases were smallpox. Some «
ly. Thinking to avoid trouble with tbe man, whose excellent music is so well
test were KiunelvilU. 1st, •--'»<»; Pleas­
known,
will
give
violin
soloe.
Since
all
wae
simplv
chickenpox.
Speaklm:
for
case
against
vaccination,
up
to
the
Portland Railways by attracting a riot
when a new ateeesment is made, land
ant Valley, '.’nd, 1226. Gresham, 3rd,
be quietly’phoned for Tom Cowing to these numbers are liable to be called point Where you compare the respec­ «rallies must be higher if the rate is to bi» committee Mr. Willings said:
5200.Lents, 4th, 5175; Rockwood, 6th,
"In behalf of the Mt. 8cott district,
come down and take himself aa*i hie for encores it is evident that a good tive dangers of vaccination and small­ be lowered.
$160; Columbia. Oth, 5125; and Evening
branded by Dr. Marcellus and the city
pox and eooclude that it is a toee-up
wife, formerly Mrs. Clara Timmens of hour and a half program is provided.
Taxation is a nxceeeary burden on
fftar, 7th. 5100
Just why some one
The public is urged to patronise this which to choose.
health board as being infected with
Third avenue, l>ents, out to her home.
society and will increase with advanced
had to be seventh can only I* explained
smnllpox, we desire to state that they
You overlook tbe fact that it is an civilization.
Cowing promised, but on the way out entertainment. A good many tickets
in a mathematical demonstration
Suf­
are doing us a great injustice.
be revolved it were better to disappoint have already been sold and it is prob­ aropvoren assumption that vaccination
If all personal property should be ex
fice to say that it could not be other- |
"About four-fifths of the eligible
smallpox.
This claim is empted. all tax put on land, there will
Bi I than secure the reproaches of Bill’s able that a big attendance will be given. prevents
wise, though the minutest observer
friends in I«nt(, all of whom wou’d The theatre will seat over (MX) people. roundly denied by all the professional follow eitlier a higher rate or greatly in­ children, who are in a healthy condition
would be willing to concede difficulty
want to extend congratulations. Go At least 700 people can listen to the statisticians I have been able to dis­ creased valuation f«w taxation purposes and never have been exposed to small­
in making a letter disposition of favors.
cover. Prof. Adolf Vogt, Prof. Alfred on the land. There will be no other pox, are out of echool, bnt all are per­
Tom steamed right up tbe Main street program comfortably.
There was a marked improv<*lnent in
mitted to mingle together elsewhere.
Rusee) Waliace,>nd Dr. Charles Creigh­
of Ix-nts, tooting his whistle. Mr. and
land to tax as it must revert to the
tlx- manner ot installing exhibits in all
Tbe expulsion from school, therefore, ie
ton are notable examples that come to state.
Mrs. Bill got a warm welcome.
A’ong
tlx- grange tx>ot)u>. Much of the grange
of no avail. A great injustice is being
mind. Tbe lart-mentioned was selec­
In tbe evening they got another one and
The value of cultivated land will be
exhibits will lw taken to the Blate Fair.
ted to prepare the article on Vaccina­ measured by the value of the improve- | done the entire city of Portland by Dr.
still later an attempt was maae to show
I'leamnt Valley especially, will be well!
tion for the Ninth edition of the Ency­ ments and cost of bringing uncultivated , Marcellu publishing tbeae unfounded
still further sympathy with the occa­
represented. The Columbia Grange ex­
clopedia Britannica because of his ex­ land into producing condition for the' reports.
sion. But the day’s tension had Iren
hibit may be placed <.n display in a
too much for the happy young people,
Multnomah County Grange met Wed­ ceptional qualifications. Read what he reiusm, that, being owned by the state. > “Constitutionally there ean be no
specially constructed building at their
their slumbers wore deep, they faitod to nesday at Sycamore. A very fine time says. The other two were men of even raw land will be ready for the taking ; compulsory vaccination law and the re­
hall, which is located on tlx* new
ports are only to ecare the innocent in­
recognise the appeal.
is reported. Pleasant Valley Grange is greater eminence.
without original cost.
Columbia Highway.
to having their children vaccinated,
Again granting the claims on tbe
Mr. and Mrs. Elschlipp have tbe beet famous fur it* dinners. A lengthy pro­
Are
the
people
of
Oregon
ready
for
,
The domestic science dejxrUnent was
wiobeo of the Herald and their many gram was carried out. H. B. Stark­ other side, this is not a choice between th»condition? Are tbe farmers ready; with consequent business for the doc­
not aa large as it has been sometimes lx*- |
Ix-nts acquaintances.
weather gave a discussion of European smallpox and vaccinations; but a choice to have their values increased for taxa­ tor* and druggists.
fore but it was excellent.
What this !
“We desire to state that if Dr. Mar­
Rural Credits; H. E. Davie talked on between tbe latter and tbe possibility of tion and decreased for transfer?
department fell short on was offset by
cellus ie honest in hie effort* to conserve
the proposed eight hour law; J. J. smallpox, which is a very different
Evidence ie plentiful, accentuated by ■
the improvement in tlx- juvenile de­
lorn
Buys Ne* Machine Johnson discueeed several of tbe pro­ thing.
the health of tbe public, it would not
the present world conditions that we !
partment.
Many new feature« were
Tom Cowing io the owner of a fine posed bills, particularly tbe Tax Bills.
Further, it is unquestionable that are so closely related to business and all ! take from three to four weeke to make
shown here and the iMMis for a strong seven passenger automobile that looks
W. H. H. Dufur explained bis views on smallpox, like other eruptive fevers, is material affairs that no big bnsineee can i cleanups in tbe Mt. Scott district that
com;>etitor for tlx- adults show was
have been reported and not attended to
very inviting. He haen’t been around credit systems for farmers. There were an active effort to eliminate an excees
be hurt without all business mfiTering.
started thia year and the old folks will
to let us try it out but be will when be numerous vfcltora, and a good program of waste matter unable to find outlet Destroy big business and we relapse in­ •e yet.
have to look out next season if they are thinks of it. He will continue to « pot­
“8o far a* we know of, there ha*
was rendered in tbe evening.
Several by natural channels, and is therefore to confusion from which tbe world ha*
to remain the main exhibitors in the
been bnt one case of real smallpox in
ato it for public service at customary candidate* were obligated for tbe fifth life-saving. Nor can it be gainsaid that
so lately emerged.
future.
the Mt. Reott district. The disease that
rates and will no doubt meet with a degree.
vaccination is an artificial pollution of
A people ie ready to drag down only
Isoking around the grounds one
splendid patronage.
tbe blood with a virus that is capable when nauiy to endure tbe suffering and is prevalent in our region and to which
could not but notice the several im ,
Dr. Marceline object*, is ebictenpox,
of propagating itself in the system.
privation incident during ¿'.e interim of
provements that reflect great credit on
The State fair
This one is an effort of nature. The adjustment between anarchy and the a typical cbildrea's di*warn, ani against
H. t. Bloyd Quits Bank
tlx- direction and several supervisors, I
The State Fair opens its gates Mon­ other is an artifice of tbe doctors.
which there is w» inoculation."
establishment of the new dispensation,
A new machinery hall sheltered a fair
If. E. Bloyd, for the part three years day tbs 2Hth. The show this year will
The Powell case is alleged to bo due
Trust
nature,
is
a
safer
motto
than
if tiie ;>e<iple of Oregon liave reached the
display of farm utilities ; the relocation connected with the Multnomah State be ot unusual proportions. Multnomah
trust tbe doctor. Nature does not con­ socialistic condition wherein they are to persecution oo tbe part o< the
Bank,
has
<fecided
to
try
some
oilier
of the dance hall gives it a prominent* I
line of work for a while. He has sever­ County will haven representative booth. tradict herself. Medical authority is a willing to live for tiie mere sake of liv­ physicians who are not in *yuapatby
that should have made it more proeper- al things in view. Mr Bloyd expressed Many new features have been added
with Dr Powell, who ie head of tbe
mass of contradiction.
ing, ignoring materia] values and com­
oiw, several good eating houses on the regrets on liavlng to quit Lento.
He and an attractive program of lectures
local school of chiropractic. Thia prob­
Kept.
24
LORA
C.
LITTLE.
petitive snccese, they are ready for
grounds made this feature of aceomtno-1 deeply appreciated tiie many expres­
has been arranged. There will be
ably is untrue.
sion*
of
regret
from
friends
who
knew
single tax.
dations the tret ever, and the dining ,
Mr. Powell accompanied hie children
of his leaving. He had come to value something to interest everybody.
The evils attendant on so radical a
hail conducted by the association was a his acquaintance in b-nts very highly
to the school Tuesday noon and for­
change will be overcome in time; the
credit to any entertaining association. [ and will rememlier tiie place with pleas­
mally asked that they be admitted, bat
At an adjourned meeting of the
sorrow and suffering of the ruined will
The ladies rest room this year was well , ure. wlierever he may locate. It is safe
was told by tbe principal that they
for Mr. Bloyd to feel that I«nte people quarterly conference of tbe Lents M. E.
cease; the moans of misfortune will
Worthy of its name. It was large, con­
coeld not attend until they wore vacci­
are very sorry loses him go.
Church, which convened Monday even­
gradually die away; the new dispenaa-
venient, well fitted up and so marked
Mr. Powell then «-ommenced
ing, tbe financial condition of the
The unfortunate nre that ilestroyed tkme will have its happiness, it* pleas­ nated
an improvement that the officers of the
church was found to be unusally good, tiie building, machinery and stock of ures, it* work, ite giving and taking in legal action.
Dey Nursery In View
fair deserve the gratitude of the ladies
William M. Gregory and W. T.
all tbe year's benevolences being paid the Portland Broom Co. did not entire­ ! marnsge; the world will not ceaae to
Due to the numerous reports o*
of the entire county.
Vaughn, attorneys, who acted for Mr.
up
in
full,
together
with
tbe
pastor
’
s
ly
diwourage
tbe
young
men
who
were
revolve; tbe sun will still shine, the sil­
The fact that the fair was not a 11 nan- , mothers who wish to work away from
salary ami al) incidental expenses con­ operating it. With their available funds ver lining of the clouds change to gold Powell, hold that ae the echool board
cial success tills year can only be laid to i horns a movement has been started
appears to disclaim anthority in tbe
among the ladies of the Parent-Teacher nected with the church organisation. they have erected a temporary» building
for some, black dispair to others. The
one thing—the weather. As in the past, C’nb of lento toward eetabliebing a dav
present situation, tbe echool principals
Tbe increase in membership and at­ and will soon be ready for work. They question remains:
Do
the
p«-ople
of
effort and intention were all good, but nursery for children under school age.
are
directly reeponeible for barring
tendance,
has
oeen
far
above
tbe
aver
­
deserve tliesympatiiy of the entire city, Oregon want single tax?
some intervening element has frequent­ Ruch a nursery will involve considerable
children from school.
expense and a small daily fee would be age this year, and harmony, peace, and and of tiie Mt Scott section in particu­
ly prevented success in thia feature.
“The responsibility eestne to be up to
required to meet expense*. Thus it prosperity, reign supreme.
lar. An order from local dealers will
But the success of this year will offset will be seen that the first consideration
Register Now
tbe principal in this rase," said Mr.
no
doubt
be
highly
appreciated.
even the financial shortage and ensure a aa to starting such an institution will
"It is understood that the
Those persons who failed to register Vaughn.
Tiie one topic of absorbing interest in
be tbe assured need and support.
Per­
growing interest for next year.
before tbe primary will be accomodated school principals admit some children
sons who may bs personallv interested Portland last week was the failure of
Correction
in such an Institution, or who know of U h * attempt of Dr. Calvin 8. White and
beginning September 24 and on until and exclude others, as they think beet.
“Doctor* of the Health Department
some one who might avail themselves of
October
14. It will be necessary for all
The
Herald
is
informed
on
good
Social
come out to the schools ami appear to
it would greatly assist by reporting to other» to pax- through tiie council an
Nsfet Friday afternoon, Heptautber 25, Mrs. Otto Katxkv. president of the ordinance Mopping “Painl«re Parker" authority that tbe information furnished I persons in Mt. Scott, or other places send children home or admit them at
' in the city limits to go to the courthouse their own sweet wili and pleasure. A
them will be a social at Comrads Van- Parent T acher Club.
from giving his dental exhibitions on the it and given relative to the illness of
The to register. Those persons living in the doctor bar no right to interfere with a
»hoick’a at Montavilla. It is requested
streets of the city. When the ordinance Mrs. Miskimins was wrong.
child of mine and keep it from attead-
that all who can -*i)l meet at Lent*
war first introduced it was announce«! lady was ill for several weeks and city who registers«! at home or in lents ing school, anv more than Le baa to ex­
Resolutions of Sympathy
station, Wiley’s office, at 12 M. Those
that it would hav< easy sailing through would have been duly operated upon for in the spring will have to register at the clude these children of Mr. Powell, an«!
Whereas it has pleased Almighty God
who cannot meet there can get a in Hie sll wise providence to take from tin- council, hut when it came up for her trouble had the condition of her oourthonse if they want to vote without the sooner they find it out tbe better."
The Woodmere reboot presented a
Several physicians tiie “«wearing in" process on eketion
Montavilla car and get o*i at 80th street, earth Mrs. Martha Jane Minkimins, final passage last Wednemlay the votes heart permitted it.
It peculiar condition. After instructing
south, in Montavilla.
His residence is wife of Comrade J. M. Miskimine, who stood 4 to I in favur of ite indefinite advised delay, hoping for improvement. •lay, which by tiie way is no joke.
th* principal to eend the children boss«,
there. Don’t forget to take a lunch is a member of Reuben Wilson Poet G. postponement. This is look«*d u;»on as She was a tende«! by a nurse during her tak«>a considerable time, inconveniences it was shown that the echool is located
A. R. of lente, we as a Poet extend our
last month. This information was not one’s neighbor* and is a trying ordea).
along.
All Circle ladies of Bhilo Cir­
sympathy to Comrade Mlrtitnlns in hie a teat vote in the present city council on furnished by her busband, and devoid No one who has been through it once oo side the city limits and eo I* not
under the authority of the city health
cle and all comrades of Renbin Wilson great lose anil bereavement.
the subject of excluding public speakers
officers
will want to neglect registering.
of motive, ought to be reliable.
By Order ot C-o m mittog. from tbe street*.
Poet are cordially Invited.
Hun<lay afternoon but th«- extremely
ha«l weather nf I lx- work apoileil th«-
the law.
C
BENEFIT PROGRAM AT
HERALD'S POSITION
BIG NOISE IN
MEETS APPROVAL
IOWN LAST NIGHT YE AGERSAILJRDAY NIGHT
COUNTY 6RAN6EMEE TS
AT SYCAMORE
PORTLAND BROOM
COMPANY WILL RE-OPtN