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LENTS. MULTNOMAH CO., OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1915.
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COMMI HEES NAMED' |[s T() C0NT|NUE
In th* discussion of the problems
The first duty of tlie master of tlie i
by the advent ol the |>as«enger-
lonnty Grange ha* b«« completed and 5^3^ Commercial Branches to be
Preparations lor Sterilizing Tuber I
parti«» concerned will consider this as
ous Seed, Economical and Easily carrymg motor vehicles in ami around
a Önal Dotiere. This is the appoint- ■ Continued in Each School and an
Applied But Highly Advantageous.
merit of several standing committees and ' Additional Central Commercial
January, page 47) it was |>i«dicted that
those named are as follows:
High School May be Added.
Executive Committee: John Wellies, I
"This Iwing the time when many the "jitney bus'* and Its problems
would Iwlor« long ride triumphantly up
P. Bliss, ami Mrs. Anna Anderson.
growers arc especially interested the ami down the full length of the Pacific
, Due to a rumor that the commercial
Finance: W. A. Young, W. H.
following recommendations art* submit Coast. Now the prediction has come
- ■ .
C, . 1 rtt tin-
Dufur, .Mrs. Mary Gebhart.
ted in answer to queries that are con true From Heattie to San IMego the
tlie city and
Woman's Work: Mrs.
papers in cities targe ami small are
unite«! under one faculty in tbe Shat-
mer. Mrs. Otto Katzky,
till««! with almost hysterical discussions
"IHwaM-s that can I m - controlled en
1 tuck school building a delegation from
of th« new transportation problem,
Resolution: R. W. Gill. F. H. Crane, ( the vicinity of the Jefferson high school,
tirely or largely by proper treating and city councils are wrestling with it, pub
Mrs. Ursula Blent.
lns|M<cCi<in ol seed at cutting are. com lic utility cornmiseion«, courts and
and quite a number of persons from Mt.
Press: E. 1». Thorpe, H. A. Damali, Scott attended a meeting of the teacher's
mon scab, rhiaoetonia, blmkleg anil the legist itures are gravely pondering over
L. H. Wells.
1 committee of the school board on Tues
two fungus wilts. This of course with its various aspect*. Not a few mana
Condolence: A. F. Miller, E. L. day evening. The question was pre
ger«. employees and oomlhol<lers ot
the understanding that the »oil to Is*
Thorpe, Mrs. H. E. Davis.
sented by Mr. Kennedy of the Jefferson
street car com pauiss profess to tie scared
Fiel«! Day: John Weihes, H. E. delegation. He expressed the view of
use-1 has not produced croi» with any of about tbe jitney bus' effect upon their
Davis, J. W. Frost, T. J. Kreuder, and Jefferson patrons as being unfavorable
thriw diaraavs in recent years and has earning*.
P. Anderson. Each subordinate grange I to any change that would remove those
bail no other chance to Isv-ome diseased. i That the «ffect of the jitney on the
will add three mem tiers to this com branches now taught as commercial
"Tubers that are brillarti, cracked or ! income of electric transportation con
discolored, or show a brown ring when cerns is not at all slight is shown by
■ studies from the schools where they are
Tlie special committee on Road Inter now taught.
the striti end is cut aerosi should 1« the «-stiruate of at least »60,(MO a month
ests will include the following persons:
mirteti out and discarded from the wed. loss of revenue to the l-os Angel» Rail
Director Sommers preside«! at the
J W. Townsend, C. H. Stone, W. A. meeting and maile th«- answer to Mr.
In case scab is tin* prinei|>al trouble for way Company; a company operating a
Rowen, H. A. Daniall. T. J. Kreuder, Kennedy’s inquiry. He said it was not
which serti is to ta< treated, it will la- ■ingle line connecting two small town
W. A. Young, H. W. .-mashall, H. E- the intention of any member of the
quite satisfactory to usi* the formalde in California reported to ths Railroad
Davis, Theo. B nigger. M. Multhauf, F. board to discontinue tlie instruction in
Commission that jitney bu« competi
H. Crane, John Richmond, R P. Ras any of tlie commercial branches in any
"One pint formalin in M) gallons tion had cut its earnings below the bond
mussen, P. Anderson, Rae Evans, J. P. of the high school« but rather to supple
water, soaking m<rd with sacks or crate« interrat charges, in Oakland delega
Kelley, 8. Smith, Jos. Paquet. John ment the work of the high schools by
for two haunt, and then drying seed tions of motormen and «xinductors re
Slerit, R. I. Anderson, J. 8. Albel, Paul establishing a high school for iwmmcr-
thoroughly. This should preferably lie quested the city council to regulate the
Bliss, J. W. Frost, G. N. Sager, M. cial studies. The Shattuck property
done immediately la-lore planting ; how new carriers: in 8«>attle the advent of
Hager, J. Well»». R. W. Gill, J. W.
ever, if it is dtwiraliie to start sprout« be the jitney bus cause*I the city council to
was at present idle. By virtue of the
Black, W. H. H. Dufur, E. Palmer, form of <ieed under which that property
fore planting it'will lie inssweary to give turn down several proposed bond issues
Geo. Leslie. jC. M. Lake, A. F. Miller. had been purchased it eould not be dis
the treatment somewhat earlier. Care for the extension of the embryonic
A meeting of this committee has been posed of by the district or be used for
should be taken not to reinfect Ute tub municipal car system and for tbe ac
called for next Tuesday afternoon at ■ any other purpose and as it would not
ers by placing them back in the same quisition of new lines. In 8an Francisco
—Carter in Naw York Evanmg Sun.
two o’clock, at Gresham Grange hall, j1
ex^d »¡00(» to BtT7p to
storage place unirmi it bai is djsinftx*te<l. the jitney bus owners significantly
The committee will organize and decide a Commercial high school for advanced
In any case al tbe present «tale of ex promised to give the municipal cat linn
on a line of work. It is not to be con- work, or as a supplementary to the
|i«riin«nlal eviilences it is advisable to a wide berth and a clear field. The
strued that the committee is unfriendly other’work of high
treat liefore milting.
assertion tbal tbe trolley companies of
fzv nrutzint Iilanu z.t
to present plans of n-ia.l
this classes in commercial work, it ha-l tieen
"A substance that is more satisfactory the Pacific Coast have seen their earn-;
than formalin in that it is effective ings shriuk by »H.iMki a day since the
I under consideration.
against rhisoctonia as well as scab is advent of the jitney bus is not at ail | Aliout thirty of tlie gayer element of
As the answer made by Mr. 8-xnmer
mercuric chloride (corriadve sublimate.) exaggerated.
*eart«-ni Multnomah County were caught i provement of Foster Road, at Anabel
was satisfactory to all those in attend-
Mary Ann Lightfoot
Station. It will be picked up and re
This poisonous sulaitance may be se
pajr. i ance, the Mt. Scott representative« did
j in tlie act of conducting cock fights, at
But tbe jitney business, despite
Mary Ann Cry« wu born near
cund in lite form of white crystals from mush-room growth, will neither kill the tending the same, and betting gotxl surf aeil to a width of 20 feet. Just how
not advance any statements.
far out the improvement will extend is mount, Madison County, Indiana, May not considered advisable to make any
the large drug companies, the smaller street car companies nor will it cripple
■tor» generally carrying it only in tab them, for the simple reason that the money thereon, last Sunday, on tlie mx certain but it will be as far as 72n<l 9,183b. Here she grew to womanhood, further steps at this time. No doubt
let form. This should I* used in I to average jitney bus as at ;>r«*sent con 1 Osman pla«v aliout a half mile north of street, possibly to tbe city limits. This and in 1856 was married to Francis the Franklin high school will be provid
to 1000 dilution or about 4 ounces in 30 ducted does not pay,
iGrMham. Tlie place was formerly means that there will be no hard sur- Marion Lighifoot. To this union six ed with all the equipment for the con
facing of Foster road within the next
gallons of water where the crystals are
Tbe lact of the matter is that touring used as a driving park by Fred Merrill, two years, within tbecity limits and what children were born, five of whom are tinuance in the study of theee branches
used. If U m * tablets are used U hi direc
cars are not built to provide the owner and tho Fred lias tieen disconnected may be done 'outside the city no one still living. One son, James, preceded I when it shall have been ready for use.
tions should lie followed. In making with revenue. It is almost certain that
there for tlie oast three or four yean it knows
Time can tell that. But her to the great beyond. In 1868 the
this up for usi* tlie amount to I m - used
specially built light busses will appear
still I «ears the attnospliere of the sports tills improvement of Foster Road will family removed to Fairchild, Wiscon - Home Industries Versus Steel Trust
should Im carefully weighed out and dis
on the streets to compete with the
solved in a small quanity of hot water. electric cars. They will have » far man, as evidenee-,1 by this latest expos make it again one of the most popular sin, where they resided until in July, I In awarding bids for the construction
i of the intersta e bridge at Vancouver,
This must lie done in a clean wcxxien ur larger seating cai*acity than the tour ure. The garni- birds and tlie men were drives around Portland and in a meas
all taken to the county jail and held ure will stimulate business throughout 1913. At that time they came to there was a fight made for tbe home in-
porcelain container and after diluting it
ing-car jitm-y. 8nch vehicles, though, j
-lustriee on the largest item of expendi
Oregon and settled as Lenta.
for trial Several of the birds were dead its length.
must be handled in tin* same way, sture
will require a heavy capital outlay. . when th«* arrest was made. They were
ture—the steel work.
it reacts with metals. The ln*atment
This tyi>e of conveyance will be far less
The bridge proper across the Colum
May and since that time Mrs. Light
genuine game binla, and were armed
from this point is tlie saune as with for-
fiopular than the jitney because it will with steel spurs to add spice to tin* con-
river was awarded to tbe American
maldeliyile, except that tubers should lie
of necessity be slower and give a less teets that wen* lieing staged. Bets were
was stricken with paralysis which ren Bridge Company of Pittsburg, alias
soaked 1H hours. It should also be
frequent service. An t it is the frequent running from ten dollars an up, and
dered ber right side helpless. Although United Steel Product C-»., of New York,
borne in mind that this substance is
A. W. Peters will build a 00 ton silo she showed unusual endurance and alias the Pittsburg Steel Trust.
service of the jitneys that has made going pretty lively at that. Several of
poisonous so should be kept away from
them fiopnlar. Tbe fate of an attempt the men will tie Iield for trial at the at Hood River.
This award was made on a difference
fortitude and wal cared for- with the
small children or stock.
to operate motor bus» with a large meeting of the grand jury, and the
$80 as against the Northwest Steel
"Either solution may lie used several
seating capacity in competition with birds too, such of them as an* alive will
The Eugene council buys garbage was too much for her feeble frame and Co., of Portland and Vancouver, Wash.,
time« (niXtoexi'cd four.) The formal
electric urban and interurban lines is also be held. Tlie dead birds will have cane made in that city.
after nearly two months of untold suf and the local company was given the
dehyde lonme strength on standing and
fore-sbadowed by the career of a con to be put on cold storage for their pree-
fering she passed away March 18, 1915, bridge across tbe slough.
tbe anercurtc ehoride gradually deterior
cern which operated one hundred and ence in court will be necessary.
The big contract takes »417,216.20 to
at the age of 76 years, 10 months and
ate« when it lu-come« dirty.
Tbe 8. P. Co., will erect a new depot
I forty of these vehicles in Los Angel»
the east tor fabricated steel work that
treatment with formalin may be used
at Cottage Grove.
and San Francisco. It went into the
Mrs. Lightfoot joined the Christian | could have been made at home, and
where large quantities of potato«-* are to
Portland votes April 14 on $1,360,000
hands of a receiver six months after it
in early life and has ever lived gives the home concern »89,14 ) 50 for a
I m ? treats«! but requires sp«<eial precaa*
road bond issue.
limbing is on in Eastern Oregon and a useful, consistent life, rhough of a few bents across the slough.
tions, detail« of which will be furnished
Along tbe Pacific Coast where cli-,
shearing begins April 5.
The Northwest Steel Company was
quiet, retiring disposition, rhe was al
parties interested on application to tlie
The city of Portland will manufacture
matic conditions make all-tbe year
ways ready to heed the call of the needy 9300 below on all the steel worklor the
ilepartmrnt of Plant Pathology at
operation feasible motor tranapor-ation concrete lamp (tosta to cost 116.
O. A. 0.”
The government dredge, Mitsctro, is or the afflicted, Many a pain or eor- approach and the main bridge, and
has come to stay. Both in and outside
row has been soottied by her gentle Governor Withyeombe ot Oregon mad»-
The State Fair Board will erect a undergoing »2.5,008 repairs at Portland. touch or voice. Her nature wae cheer an appeal to give all the work to tba
tbe cities it will continue to be a boon
to the traveling public. But the pres rest cottage at the Salem fair grounds.
ful and sunny, an inspiration to those i home industry.
Bandon is to get harbor improve- around ber. To know ber was to love
Persons de«iring permits tor burning ent-day jitney craze will be short-lived
He was roundly applauded for hit
trash of any description should apply to unless the touring-car owners raise the
W. Al Jones of Wallowa county offers menta in epite of the bill failing in her.
vtatemeat that this would mean the
Wm. Goggins for the Mine, Fires start fare to a level that will give them an to combine the position of State Fair Congress.
She leaves to mourn her less two distribntion of more than »200,000- in
ed without permits may lead to arrest. adequate income.—From March issue Secretary and farmer at one salary-,
sons, Jacob and Lafayette, three wages at Portland for high grade skilled
I of Sunset Magaziiie.
saving I1M0 a year.
The O. W. R. A N. Co., is to be ex daughters, Bessie, Mrs. Rachel Jewell, labor but it was of no avail.
The commission made up of tbe
tended from Juntura into the Harney and Mrs. Eds Hummel, and fourteen
Tea at Mrs. Maffet’s
and Clarke County Com-
I he Labor Opinion
Shiloh Circle No. 10, Ladies of the
relatives acid friends who will hold her *h>sioner* seemed to have an idea that
building at Corliett.
G. A. R., gave a most delightful tea on
tbe recommendation* of tbe Kansaeu
in loving remembrance.
The United States Supreme Court has
The Connor Creek mine in Baker
Friday, March 12th, at tbe home of
engineering firm was «acred.
County bar been leased and will be
Mrs. Lillah Maffei. A number of com banded down a decision bo ding what
This wae a test case, where publij
rades of Reuben Wilson Post were
nigtn to establish a line of Jitneys, run official* had the right to reject awy and
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present, as well as many other friends statute to be unconstitutional. It con
from 180th street in ever the Lin all bids, had the right to group bids,
West Park and Tenth streets, Port
ot the Circle' Mrs. Maffet gave some
Si usi aw will get »112,900 from Con coln read to the city. Quite a number ami in *ome. «as*» »«ardt -1 bide to high
instrumental music, after which all
greve for harbor work.
of tlie |«>ople met at Holway’s stove, er bkxkers.'bm sent the big payroll east
present joined in sinking some of the nounce their union sffilliatiou as a con apartment.
and waited patMWitly tor more than art on a Imgatetle of *80.
old-time songs. All who enjoyed Mrs.
hour, for a cewjile of gentlemen, who
Maffet’s hospitality expressed t tieni paragraph of the majority opinion is: 1 The construction of Hermiston-
of 1 were tn meet tlwvn there, but who «u-ver
U matilia highway, partly hart! surface,
selves as having had a very good ti me.
came. This thing of «Muring tran-«-
Clover may lie'broadcasts ) in March,
inherent and constitutional right to I has begun.
' portaCion for shoee wh«> live upon •’the preferably before th«* 15tb of the month,
deny membership to any man who will
not agree that, during such member
Frank Linn of McCoy, will build a I liH!" seems to be one of the impossible if it 1« to be Heed«*) ove- winter again -
I St. Helens considers paving her main
things to obtain. It do«*« seem to a fair any time in March if il ia to be seeded
Mails at the tents postoffice arrive ship, he will accept or retain employ
observer that it is a gtvat hardship bo with spring «ate. Clever sewied with
and depart daily, except Sunday, as fol- ment in company with non union men, ;
force those peopl«- to wade through ikii I barley may be seeded somewhat later
and just as a union man has a right to ,
A vein of good burning coal has been ,
shwh to grt to the ear line. They during April. Barley is really prtfer-
found three miles from Klamath Falls. I
pay taxes and an* entitled to some wf able to oats as a nurse crop for clover as
7:» A.M. the employer will agree not to employ K«1
fl:0b A. M.
tlie benefits of sjuiek and <x>mfort«Me it does not shade the young clover
12:»)P. M. any non-union man, so the employer
After a long struggle. Main street at j transportation.
Bids opened Saturday for a
5:30 P. M. has the constitutional right to insist
plant *0 much. Not over one ami ana-
3:30 P. M.
Oregon City will be paved with
that the employee shall relain from school house at Warrenton.
bushel* of either oats or barley oer
bitnlithic two-inch wearing surface on
Htniiation with the union during the
The State Highway beard has re acre should he used a* a nurse crop. If
ceived l«ids to authorise the construc the clover land has been pio*«*l early
term ot emp.oyment.
The Roseburg merchant* are en
Advertised letters for week ending
tion of eae mile of Columbia highway arid the s.*«*d bed kept thoroughly culti
couraging Kendall Bros., to erect a
A county that lets a cannery die in Hood ifiver county, to out $56,«AM. vated, clover may be -eeded with rape
March 21), 1915:
Mary counties are protest.ng against «•»•"*<' «
P1*«1* with ,0«in» r**d creates the office of fruit inspector.
suecessfnllv as late as May.
Myers, Mrs. Hadi»; Polaove, Joseph; the extravagance oi the State Highway :
The cvmbiaiug ni city aw<l state
Hhultx, Mrs. Katie; Smith, Mrs. Roy; Engineer. Some counties charge that |
A. L. Foiley will establish a brick in- taboratariee will save Portland SlOU a
The contract has been let for a new
Weber, W.; Warrington, Marion F.
dnsUy on Coos Bay.
year and tbe Mote »27*M a yoar.
for road work.
I'.iiSed Lutheran Church at Silysrtoa.
Gso. W. Spring, Postmaster, necessary.
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