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LENTS, MULTNOMAH CO., OREGON, THURSDAY,
JANUARY 28, 1915.
BANKER INDO 1)
ON THRtf 60UNTS
IS TAKEN IN
Among the Grand jury product« ot
Tuesday were three indictment* against East Portland Man Turns Rotoer.
former cachier of th Multnomah State
Kills Japanese, Traced Down and
Bunk, H. Roetad. It was charged that
on Section Line, Evi
be bad forged note» ot $3200, $12*0, and
$600. Be-idee these there were others
which bs had discounted that were of
doubtful value, many of which be had
People in the north edge of Clackamas
Tte final report of the Joint Con-
Lact Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 2b,
written himself. He will te tried in
grewtional Ootnuiitteo on F»«l«ral Aid to County, near tento, were horrified to
L. Matsnnaga, a Japanese, living at
the Circuit Court. In the meantime
Good Roads, waa submitted to oonxreas hear of the murder of Mrs Olimpia
he is out on $5000 bond. If convicted 87 and Base Line, returned home from
Jan. 1 It urge« national participation l’alermini, November 7, for the murder
he will face a long term in the peni- i a visit to friend» near Lents ami on ap
in highway improvement on a large waa one of the most unwarranted crimes
proaching his door was fired upon by
seal««, but uu«ler such a plan ax will ever known In the state, and this par
Roe tad’s bank stock and private persons wttbin the boose. Matsunaga
guard against it ‘’pork barrel” and pre
property will not repay the stockhold
ticular neighborhood has been such a
died. The intruders escaped.
vent dictation of local road problems by
ers of the bank for their losses. He is
Suspicion pointwl to F. J. Crosby of
a Bureau in Washington. The Com
•ai<) to have mortgage«l hie bank stock,
mittee was unable to agree U|*»n any I en up by sueh a criminal proceeding,
and thst bis home wa« not clear. What ' 1915 East Everett street, ami on last
partiuular bill, but submitted a vast i .Mrs. i’aleamini, it will lie remembered,
he did with it it a mystery. He was Friday be was arrest««! at or near Back-
amount of data that have been oollettted wa» at home alone, her husband teing
inclined to te a little gay.
I ley avenue on the Section Line, by
and exprram-d viewa regarding some employed at the car barn in North
Deputies Beexman and Phillips. Rearch
general principle» that should te ob Portland. Rhe bad teen annoyed fie-
revealed several articles that ha«I for-,
Rose City to Have Competitor
■ quently by a fellow countryman named
served in Frtleral road» leginlation.
The city and county of izis Angeles merly belonge«* to Massnnaga includ
Tte report waa drawn by lion Jona I Dominico Pacini, or Pachena. I’achena
getting ready for the 1915 Panama ing a silver cigarette case, ring, phono
than Bourne, Jr., Chairman ul the
Exposition by arranging to spend a mil graph needles, safety razoi, ami other
Committee, and is concurred in hy six ; with him and when she refused and
lion dollars for beautifying private things that were identified. Perhaps
other tiH-iuter» of the committi»*, Sena i drove him away he threatened to make
ground», school grounds and public Maeeunaga’s idenification of Croeby a
He then marie another
tor» Penrose, Gr««nna, Swatiaon. and her trouble.
few days previous had something to do
Overman, and Hrprreenlativre Madden ! attempt and when she refused he at
Outside tlie city, alongside tlie cement | with the attack upon him.
Senators Hwannoii and tempted to cut her threat with a razor,
and asphalt "good roads,” more than
Overman concur in the rejHirt except as I and finally shot her while »be was at-
100 miles of rose borders will be planted. wood a few days tefore and sohi it to a
to chapter 2. which urges congressional , lemptiug to «««cape to a neigbter.
There climbing bush rollers, in many Japanese named Sliirato. The horse
Fschena escaped, seemed to have been
control over the Federal g«»x! r«>ads
colors, will be supported by iron trel was again stolen Dec. 31. M «teunaga
lises, and will be specially cared for. In identifie I Croebv from a pictuae as be
Humming up »«Ivantag«» of good , trail but they soon lost trace of him.
San Fernando Valley there are ing the man that stole the mirse.
Officers in Oregon, Washington, and
roads, tin* report »ay»:
twenty-five additional miles of roses al- Croeby had also forge«! sone- paper» and
"Hystematic efforts and coo|»'ration of • California have lieen on the lookout for
. the Deputies were on the look oot for
nation, *tal<-» and oouaties will make him, and he was arrester] at Stockton,
-Harding in Brooklyn Eagle.
The school children will compete for him so when they found him on the
American highways the beat in the , California on the 26th. It appears that
$25,000 worth of prizes for the test Section line they were well please«! to
world, bring remote agricultural land» j the family ha» bad a detective out fur
floral effects along ordinary country find evidence in his packets to identify
within practicable hauling distance from
roa«l“ and on the school grounds. A his connection with the cases.
In the meantime the murdered
railroad«, materially raise the value of
A search of Crosby's home revealed a
system of prises will be offered
farm property, enchance tire margin of woman’s husband lias become a ward
of jewelry, rings, razors, etc.,
Coos Bay mills and factories are all ul», probably in excess of the supply, ! within the city itself. And owners of
profit on farm products, vastly increase I of the county. On the night of Jan. ID,
which may te identified by
tte average daily atlendaiiee at rural he was found with two companions at starting up.
the marks ami initials upon then«
n<»t already planted as large an acreage compete for tempting bonuses.
schools, raise > he standard of rural edu Broadway and Larr«)>ee streets on the
had a partner in hie crimes an l from
cation. make the motor truck an eco ! north side, making a disturbance talk-
A water grulle highway up Hood Riv
him the officers have secured a lot of
careful to retain sufficient seeil to make
nomical vehicle for American farmers, | ing. Being somewhat unruly the police er is tieing planned.
evidence, and be»id.•» M s.
literal sowings in the spring.
lighten the labors of American horses, man was severe with them and when he
Mateunaga has seen Croeby au.i de
save wear and tear on harnesa ami . started away it was said that some one
St. Helens has a new vegetable and
clared be is the murderer.
plant as much corn as possible as it will
wagons, and add to the comfort ami | »hot at the policeman, who a block fruit cannerery
It appears that Croeby has covered
away, turned and gave chase firing
happiness of all rural residents."
Base line and Powell Valley section
crop and with properly selected seed
The report estimates the total quanti several shots at them. Palsrmini was
The liquor men are bidding for pub- pretty thoroughly. Articles miming
ty of commodities hauled over rural taken in ami on arrival at the station
i lie sympathy on behalf of the poor include pretty nearly everything from a
roads at 700,009,000 tons annually, cost he was found to have received a bullet um.
workingman who it is claimed, is thrown j horse down, and to many offenses he
ing now an average of 21 tents per p>n- wound.
out of employment by prohibition. makes full admission but he has not
rnileor $1 Hi» per ton for the average
in the interest of lower taxes, the
They state that as a result of the voting admitted killing the Japanese.
haul of 9 miles. A system of first class more or lees irregular in hit habits ow field has bought a site ami will build.
I.«»gislature has ateliehed the Oregon I dry of Arizona, Colorado, Oregon and
Deputy Phillips left Thursday to re
highways would reduce this Cost to the ing to his domestic troubles. He had a
State Immigration Commission and the Washington, some forty local trades turn Pachena, who, it is said, has con
extent of 13 cents |»'r ton-niile. The re revolver, tho he denied having used it.
Bids have lieen asked on die new Office of State Immigration Agent, the I unions under the jurisdiction of the fessed.
port does not assert that such a perfect He said some one else in bis crowd had $100,0) Rimpson hotel at North Bend.
latter held by C. C Chapman. As I Bartenders’ International League have
system of highways is immediately prac shot. Anyway l’alermini got tne worst
m ither tlie memter» ol the commission disbands«], and dire results are predic
ticable, but expresses the opinion that of it and still lies in jail. He is said to
Make All Clothes fireproof
The new St. Eliaateth hospital will la> or Mr. Chapman received any salaries ted. The Labor News (Galveston, III.)
such an improvement as is now practic have lieen drinking heavily of late.
Parkman, Kansa« state fire
however, sounds a truer note. It says:
opened at Baker next month.
able, would result in the savings of 8
|>oer the repeal of the law. The princi
* A*ben the people quit spending a marshal, has renewal his fight to get
cents per ton-tnile. or a total oi $5‘R,
pal part of the funds which have hither billion dollarea year for les« than noth tte childreu of Kan«a« to wearing fire
Project is started to reclaim 10,000 of to been used for statewide fann organ
Viewing this »aving
ing, then they will have money to spend , proof clothing
Friends of Ed York gave him a snr- land on Soccer Creek, near Ontario.
as a dividend, the report says that it
"Kansas ought not to have any chil
ization ha.« teen subscrite«i by l’ortlan«! for neceseitiee and there will be jobs for
would justify, on aU|H*r cent basis, an
business men, and while the work will 1 everybodv making things worth while. dren burned or even injured by fire,”
investment of $8,4<X),0(M),(MX), which tlie
The new Pacific Iron Works plant in of necessity be somewhat curtailed Who would think of putting up a wail said Parkman. "It is so easy to pre
committee believes is far more than with baskets filled with good tilings Portland will be 400 feet long one way. when state support is withdrawn, it is
for the poor manufacturer and dealer in vent these tires. If the mothers would
lie necessary to place the roads in such a
‘coke,* or other drugs, thrown out of refuse to buy any cotton cloth unless it
condition as to efkvl the saving indi casion being Fid's 21st birthday. Those
ment of the state st large will not tel work through the passage or enforce had *»een made fireproof it would soon
The Salem public library
cated. Other excerpts from the report
Portland business ment of laws against the drug habit? bring only fireproof cotton cloth to
Kennedy, Mr. R. B Wood, Cecil Lan $3058.13 lor 1914 and spent $713,20 for permitted to cease.
are as follows:
men realize that the city is overgrown, ; Who will defend the ‘poor worker* Kansas.
"We believe that when the I’nited
"But the life of every child burned to
in comparison with the agricultural de thrown out of employment because of
HtaU* Government undertakes so im Odom, Ralph McCormack, Fern Mc
velopment of state, an«i instead of being the Bumptuarv law against burglary or l death could have been save«! by the ex
portant a problem as that of Federal
Salem Fruit I'nion at Salem expects discourage«! by tlie withdrawal of state murder? It is the booze business that penditure of twenty-five cents in chemi
aid to good roads, it should undertake it Ethel Wood, Clifford Wood. Ray to double ita business and hand le assistance, thev are determine«! to con
fills our cities with unemployed and cals. The Germans have a method of
in a large way. To undertake it in a Smythe. Mary Killian, (ierald Jensen, $5<0,00o of products tn 1015.
tinue their efforts to bring more farmers sends our girls to the devil. Kill the fireproofing cotton clothing so that a
small way means a continuation of the
to Oregon to |>eople its vacant lands.
tbihg which not only incapacitates a spark will not catch in a treated cotton
liolicy of patchwork and consequent Walter Lynn, Sabra Deaton, Blanche
There is a general demand that one-
' man for work but robe him of the • drese. Tlie method of fireproofing cot
waste of funds, with slight |>ernianent
half the fish and game license« go to the
That the livestock industry in Oregon money he mignt spend to make work ton clothing is to take eight parts of
results to show for the expanditure, and
county where collected.
teen developed to a point which for others and the unemployed problem sulphate of ammonium by weight, two
Gresham has a new Chapter of the
would within a very few years, subject
and one-half parts of carbonate of am
the state independent of outside will te largely solved.”
congress to tie* criticism of having es
monium, two parts borax, three parts
tablished what is commonly called a evening, and officered;
boracic acid, two parts starch and one
the fairgrounds to handle large horse port of the Portland I'nion Stockyards
‘pork barrel,’ from which the several
shipment.«, from Ontario.
This report shows that were installed as follows: Past gran«!, hundred parts of water. Mix these
states would receive annually a small O. J. Brown, worthy patron; Mrs.
livestock of all classea Otto H. Meinig; noble grand, Fred E. thoroughly until tte solids are «iissolved
contribution of funds distributed over a Cora Childers, assistant matron; Miss:
The City Dock Commission of Port was received during the pas) year, di Beckwith ; vice-grand. Ronald E Esson ; an«l then dip the clothing into it.
large mileage of roads without produc Rose Dalr, secretary; Mrs. Jennie Carl
“Every mother could do this as she
asks a borni issue of fSOO.iMX) to vided up as follows: 281,300 sheep; recording secretary, A. C. Baumback;
ing the high class of public roads which son, treasurer; Mrs. Elisabeth Schneid
237,725 hog«; 74,300 cattle; 2,«500 calves treasurer, J. C. Lanndree; Harden, completes tlie family washing just be
are so much needed and desired. We
an«i 1,239 horses anti muli-s. Oregon’s William Boshoim ; conductor, Carl fore hanging the $ clothes on the line.”
telieve that before congress adopts a land, associate conductor; Mrs. Della
to this impressive total Shetterly; chaplain, William Ganger;
Judge J. N. Campbell warned the
plan the whole subject should he so
Troutdale Chapter of the Eastern
was 48,789 cattle; 2,1*9 calves; 144,901 right scene supporter, John Keisicker;
thoroughly studied that the plan decid
installed officers Saturday night.
ed upon may be enacted into law with ganist; Mrs. Lorena Kidder, Adah J any but ban! surfaced street».
unimportant balantv to te credited t«i right supporter noble grand, J. C. Tlie new officers are: Mr-. Margaret
confidence that it will remain practical
Laundrell; left supporter noble grand, McKay, worthy matron; A. Fox,
ly unchanged on the statute Isioks for Cameron Esther; Mrs. Josephine Stan
The IVrry Veneer plant at Bandon
On«- notable feature of thi* report is Joe Albert; right supporter vice grand, worthy patr n; Mrs. Francis Fox, asso
many years to come, thus standing for
has tegun operations and business men the remarkable falling off in the num
: Robert S. Smith ; left supporter vice ciate matron; Mrs. Margaret Salee,
many years as a credit to the Congress Electra; Mrs. Lillie Mickley, warder;1 are trying to start up the woolen mill.
grand, Elmer C. Hale; inside guard, secretary; C. S. Wilson, treasurer;
William Stanley, sentinel.
which enacted it.
ing teen received in 1914 sw compared Frank Peterson. The Rebekah Lodge Mrs. Janet Grant, conductress; Mrs.
"Congress should make careful pro
A Portland firm lias an order fur with 4,666 >n 1913; 2,798 in 1912; 0,818 installed the tollowing officers: Past Laura Harlow, as* abate conductress;
vision for each administration of the
A committee composed of IL A. 10,0000.000 feet of hunter to be shipped in 1911 and 8,297 in 1910. This falling
noble grand, Mrs. George Marony; Mrs. Christina K. Kavanagh, warden,
Federal highway participation as will Lewis, H. E. Davi» and J, J. Johnson to England in March and April.
off in the shipment of ealvve »««ems to in noble grand. Mrs. Percy T. Shelley; D. W. McKay, sentinel; Mrs. Ellen
pHMttVie Several states in their right met with the county commissioners
dicate that farmers are generally recog vice grand, Mrs. Elmira Potter record Wright, chaplain ; Mrs. Eugenia Wat
to control their hs-al highway a (lairs and Wednesday the 27, making application
Ex-Governor West oppose* any I nising th«> importance of retaining all ing secretary, W. I', Rogers; treasurer, kins, Ada ; Miss Lulu Mickley, Ruth;
guard against dictatorship from a Feder for the appointment of a county farm
change in the Workingmen's Compen young meat animals either as future Mrs. A. M. Baumback; warden, Mrs. Mrs. Clara Smith, Esther; Mrs. Anna
al Bureau in Washington.”
adviser. The committee had hope of sation law or the Stare Fish and Game breeilers or t*> te shipped as adult ani
F. E. Beckwith; conductress, Mrs. J. Latonrell,
As a means of guarding against securing the services of Prof. Boquet of
mals, a movement which can only re Scales; right supporter noble grand, Reynolds, Electra. After the installa
dictatorship from a Bureau in Washing the Agricnltural College.
sult in increased financial returns to tte Mrs. Edward Bruns; left supporter tion ceremonies Mrs. K «vanagh was
bin, the report suggests that the mem- I and county share equally in the ex
presented with a past matron’s jewel.
tendiip of the National Highway Com- I pense of such an expert. But the com- j There are protests against maintaining farmers and a more rapid increase in noble grand, Mrs J. C. Lanndree;
the meat supply of the state.
mission should Include members of the ml«»iari“rs report no fund available this
supporter vice gTand, Mrs. F. E. Beck- I II. E. Davis has been re-elected to the
the state department of Geology when
Senate and House of Representatives season.
with; left supporter vice grand, Mrs. presidency of the Gresham Fruit Grow
who shall constitute a majority of the
Mira Revenue; inside guard, Mrs. Dave er’s treociation.
The directors are
(Ammission, thus insuring the states an from the total appropriation of $25.00»' I
and depart daily, except Sunday, a« fol Douglas ; outside guarii. Mr» K. Kling Davis, J. H. Sterling, Wm. Peterson,
appeal to congress from any arbitary the Committee has expended $10,730, i
er A large delegation was prerent irom F. A Ix*hman and M. O. Nelson.
Farmer Smith, of the O. W H. Ä N. lows:
and1 unsatisfactory rulings of the Bureau leaving a balance of tn,270. Since hi»
the Boring Oddfellow»' lodges.
head, who would ls> a minority member retirement from the Senate, March 4, Co. has made a careful survey of farm
( > resham had ita first live boycott
7:3d A. M.
11)13, Mr. Bourne has served a» chair prospects for 191.5 and he state» that all 6:00 A. M.
of the Commission.
Pleasant Hom» has a lively new Im > this week, but it petered out in halt a
The report includes an itemized state man of tile committee without eompen- j imlieation« (mint toward a most unusual 12:60 P.J1.
1 duy, thanks to a well bakaneed mayor.
5 30 P. M. provement Club.
demand this year for nil classes ol cere- 3:30 P. M.
ment of expenditures showing that Ration and paid his own expenses.
Boome Committee Reports Wo tit ol Italian Murderer of Mrs. Paiermim,
Nov. 7, Caught in California City
Two Years. Investment of MIL
Will be Relumed to Portland for
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