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LENTS, MULTNOMAH CO., OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1915.
Bits of Travel
SI. PETER’S PARISH
Dear friend» "The unexpected sotnc-
GIVES BINI III 'time« happens," so we are often told.
THE FORTY-TWO CENTIMETER.
Bdby Swallows Safety Pin
Baby Betty Winninger, the 18 months
old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Winninger, swallowed a safety pin.
The pin passe I through her stomach
and into the intestine where it lodged.
An X-ray photograph located it and
the family doctor removed it. The child
is recovering nicely. The pin was found
open, and, as her little sister says, "she
swallowed a new pin and when we got
it out it waa all blask." Mrs. Winnin
ger is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Mohr of Gilbert street, l-ents. She has
been visiting with her parents for sever
I Yet whoever would expect to have
has ter Sunday usiierwl In with a full-
One of the interesting developments
Members of St. Peter's Pariah of
grown fieeemlier blizzard. Woe to the
la-nls gave a iwnetil entertainment at
of the past week was information that
flower vender, and the new Easter hat.
the president of the State Highway
the Yeager Theatre Monday evening
It 1» a matter of record that the «torrn
Association ia interested in a good sized
that was highly successful. There w re
, that swept over the eastern section here
tract ot land near the Columbia Grange
several tine photo playa and a splendid
<*wne with a swiftnews of assault, and a
hall, a short distance this side of
ruiuneal program. Mr. Win. Foley, a
promptne-w of retreat. The velocity of
Corbett. Not only is be said to be in
prominent Portland attorney, gave an
the wind ami the deluge of snow bid
terested but be recently u«ed his posi
ilhiatrated lecture on Koine. Besides
fair to paralyze everything ami every
tion and personal interest to secure a
local people in attendance there was a
1 Ix-dy. Yet in spite of the elemental
change in the road way, after it bad
large numlier out from the city. The rage, Easter morning came in with a
been located and considerable work bad
recripta amounted to a comfortable auro I quiet calmness truly spectacular. The
been done. It is said by competent
which will lie turned into the pariah . street car companies were caught nap-
men that the change must have coet
1 ping They lia.1 housed for the wason
Get d Claim
the county *20,000 as the new line in
The program included:
ali their snow plow car» and were thus
of the Interior baa just volved expensive excavations. The
Instrumental trio. Mandolin, Jamee
Pelaney, Thoe. Curtiaa, Piano Mra.
issue I a public notice opening to entry road as now laid out runs directly in
The spirit of Ea»ler was a-field in
irrigation certain lands within the front of the Meiers property. Thia ia in
•pile of the blizzard. More than 1100
Aria,from I. African«..
by Meyerbeer homeless men did not go without Easter
Fifth Unit of the Umatilla irrigation formation that will be investigated ful
Mr. Ernst Corby. Accompanist, Miea cheer, for ail day long a line of weary
project, Oregon. The lands consi-t of ly and found to be correct conveyed to
only 250 acres, divided into nine farm tbe public in detail.
and hungry human« stood outside the
Violin Holo. ................................... Selected Bethany Rescue Mission and waited to
According to the terms ot the public
get their cup" of lx>t coffee ami »lice« of
"Hing Me to Sleep"
..... G.E. Green hot brown and white broad. Tin- State
notice, the lands will be open to entry
Mra. M. Messenger
at the local land office at LaGrande,
W. <’ T. U. Flower Mission, under the
Readlog, by Miss A. Meister .. ......
Oregon, on and after May 1, 1915, and
direction of Mrs. Samuel Simpson, dis
Vocal solo, "My Little Itomozell" ......... tributed from the vestry of the Sweden-
no entryman will be given any prior
Mian Swensen. Accompaniat, Mra. |
right on account ol any settlement or
The regular monthly meeting of
borgian church, more than non dozen
filing made before that date.
Itente Parent-Teacher Club will be held
egg" and 550 baskets of jelly, fruit, etc.
"Rome Illustrated." Wm. Foley, Atty. One hundred basket» were for the blind
The farms average about 20 acres as usual on Friday afternoon at 2:30.
Vocal Solo, "Widow McCree,"
.......... iw-ople. For the »¡glides» ones Mrs.
each. Th? construction charge is *70 Miss Grace Det-raff was scheduled to
Mra. E. Holway
per acre, payable as follows: Three speak to tbe members but Miss De
1 Simpson had sweet-smelling geranium«
—Carter in New York Eve.,
Finale, Portland Glee Club.
dollars and a half per acre as an initial Graff’s place will be filled by Miss
i and some balsam Hr pillows. All tlie
instalment, at the time of making entry Virginia Arnold. She will speak on
baskets, Iwixcs and growing plants hail
and water right application; no further Women’s Movement. Mise Arnold is
Ian Easter card attached.
payments on account of the construc quite a notable woman and should re
bid you receive tlx- Flaster message
tion charge will be required for five ceive a good hearing. Mise Train has a
from the "Writers Equal Suftrag»-
years, after which the first five annual group of boys and girls from rooms 15
lasagne.” In fear you have not here it
installments shall be 5 percent of the and 16 in preparation on a song. Mies
is: "The Suffragists send Piaster Greet
construction charge, and the remainder Shroyer will have a class of her pupils
Oregon Agricultural College, Corvallis, ings to all, together with the golden
shall each be 7 percent thereof per an prepared to give an interesting dia
April, 13. Every year about thia time daffodils that are symbols of spring as
num, or *4.90 per acre, until the whole logue. All parents and visitors are
well as of the Woman Movement.
the Station receive« a great many in
shall be paid. The first of the welcome.
We rejoice that these, our Howers, are Probable Majority of 13,500 Named.
Big Vote, But
quiries regarding moee found in the used more and more for Easter card«
annual instalments will become due
People Mislead. Unfair Tactics Charged.
and payable on December 1, of the
lawn. Question« are asked how to get ami decorations— and tlieee things are a
fifth calendar year after the initial pay COMMIT TLC ON Bi ALT Y
rid of this, and also bow it uiay be pre
ment. and subsequent instalments shall
CONTEST TO FORMULATE RULES
vents«! from roocurring. The gras» ia the working people are with us, and the
What waa proliably the most peculiar
The real motive tor the opposition to be payable on December 1 of each year
apparently well grown, the grade of the | spring is with us.
election ever put over in Multnomah the bonds still remains and will be thereafter. There will be an annual
Easter is the season of life triumphant
A committee consisting of C. L.
lawn good. and there is every evidence
County closed last night when the polls . JU|?| t ont vigorously. It was the set charge for operation and maintenance
of careful mainlenanca so far as the • over death. With all reverence we re closed on a bond election with a prob
H. A. Darnall and Dr. Sells
based up->n the amount of water used.
lawn is concerned. Why ia it then that member that tlie women wen- the last able majority of 13,500 for the bonds. tled intention of the promoters of the
at the last "Lente
Garden, truck, fruit and alfalfa are
tnose keefia coming into tlie lawns and at the cross and the first at the tomb on The vote will likely run to 24,!KW0 for bond issue to put a patented asphaltic
the principal crops, and dairying one of
making llieui appear as if they were the first Easter morning; and at the the bonds and about 11,37« in opposi surface on the roads. Now that the
the leading industries. On account of
sadly neglected ami were »lipping back same time we note that in this month of tion. The election is peculiar in that ftonds are carried the Bitbnlitic people the low altitude, crops mature earlier con tee. rule«.
April the Women’s Peace Party is to
year after year?
In the meantime quite a number of
a great international conference at every daily in the counQr gave active will use every scheme possible to con there than almost anywhere in the people about town have been making
Thia condition is largely due to our
Northwest, thus insuring an especially
Women are bringing
climate, as we have what might la- The Hague.
last few -lays absolutely refused to pu> - been considerable good reed sown by goo-1 market for early fruits and vege inquiries about tbe contest.
called excessive moisture. It is tlie
tables. Owing to the small farm units
And so it is that, even after this long
ideal condition in which mows develops
measure. It looked to anyone on the face that may result in a consideration the conditions are more nearly suburb into the spirit ot tbe undertaking.
and in spite of anything we can do it
outside as tho there was no opposition of other pavements. If an equally good an than rural, while the wonderful fer There ought to be several hundred lined
will continue to develop. Shady nooks, cheerful Easter greetings to all the since nothing was ever seen by 90 per asphaltic pavement is given a chance, tility of the soil, sdendid climate, and up to catch the fine prizes that will be
lawns placed under trees, or to the north world and promise that the Woman cent of the peoi.le of the county, except or if concrete is to be used the opposi character of the crops bid fair to make offered.
of building», along embankments ami Movement will bring to the world new material prepared by the bond pro tion will be slight. The opposition con of this section the garden spot of the
And now that
in a similar situation, mo»« develops in life, hope and peace."
with its moters. In addition to excluding all tention has all been aroused by the Northwest.
very strong manner. This is due to the
letters for week ending
fact that the grass in these particular lesson of ‘New Life’ the eye turns to meeting at which opposition developed ment was getting from Mr. Yeon, Mr.
Difficult to Build.
Berry, Mrs. tieorge;
situations does not develop as strongly
was report«,! correctly.
Mr. Yeon's Benson, Mr. Meyers and others who
The gTeat railroad bridge acroaa the Bres-hardt, Mr.; Brockman, John;
as it does out in the open.
In a ease of general interest.
By tlie way we may boast of our meeting at Lente was reported as have been promoting the bonds. Mr. Ganges at Sara took six years to build Burgone, Mrs. John; Cappe, Mra. E. R.;
this kind, then, one remedial measure
It consists of fif
I enthusiastically in favor of the bonds, Yeon has gone on record at least two and cost *15.000.000
may be taken. In shady situations we glorious scenery of the north-west, and an absolute falsehood. Judge McGinn’s times in favor of the Warranite. There teen main spans and six land spans, Christenson, Willie B.; Cann, H. B.;
Darling, Richard; Ford, A. J. ; Godley,
can sow a grass seed mixture known as
utter failure at Arleta was not men is some reason to feel that he may the total length being about a mile and Mrs. H. D.; Hamilton, G. H.; Harden.
a "shady lawn mixture" which will
tioned but his effusion at the Or ph rum change his mind somewhat, due to in an eighth. It was necessary to sink Mrs ; Jacobson, Miss Emma; Johnston,
the foundation to a depth of 200 feet
grow mon* vigorously than the ordinary hqlds a place in our sacred past, held was given a column.
formation he has recived recently._____i
below high flood level because the bed Wilbur; Pelton, Perry; Robertson,
run of lawn grasses. This extra strength I by no other state or section. "Aye, call
of the river consists of the finest sand, Chas.; Wooten, Mrs. Dan; Owner
in growing will in a considerable menr- it Holy ground, the land where Hrot
which Is carried down from the Hima 6133 91st street 8.
uro ward off the attack or arrest the de they trod,” so sang the poet to the
laya* An obstacle such as a sunken
Geo. W. Spring, P-wtmaster.
velopment of moss in that area. This memory of our Pilgrim fathers; so sing
boat or tree causes this One sand to
"shady lawn mixture" can be purchased we in our h«>arta as we rohearse the
be disturbed to as great a depth as
Attorney General Brown hold* that
from any seedsman or merchant who lesson of throe centuries ago
Another difficulty is the
makes it a business hi handle a fairly
habit of the Ganges to change its jitney busses tre common carriers.
establish free schools; first to establish a washing of sand and gravel will be in clusively to taxation, good roads, crop course rather whimsically The point
good range of seeds of various kinds.
Clackamas County improvements in
In any case, tlie moss found in the militia; first to build great asylums for stalled at Roseburg in the near future. marketing, rural credits and other live at which the river has been bridged is. eight total *771,000.
lawns at present should Is* removed, her insane; first to erect and maintain Several thousand dollars will be invest topics, is being launched by C. C. Chap so far as could be ascertained from
Tbe "morals court” once voted down
and this is most easily and effectively sanatoriums for her consumptives ; first ed in machinery and buildings and man, who has just retired from the available records, the one place at is sought to be revived at Portland.
done by selecting a period when the
side-tracks connecting the works with secretaryship of the Oregon Develop have been at minimum. The river ia
Tbe new Couch school of Portland,
ground is slightly dry, or when we do first to stretch great highways from one the Southern Pacific Railway will also ment league. The new publication is walled with stone three-quarters of a
has a roof-garden and swimming tank.
not tramp down the grass and injure
be put in. Contracts have already to be called The Oregon Voter and the mile upstream and one-quarter of a
Linn county will build a *20,000 wood
tlie physical conditions of the soil while will have more to say in another letter);
been entered into for disposing of a first number will go to press late in mile downstream from the bridge
and steel bridge acro«e the Santiam.
working on the lawn. This moss should
large i art of the output.
Aurora opened bide April 5, for a
then I m * ratlh*d loose or worked loose corporations; the first to say to employ
Whan te Propose
After a thorough investigation of the
concrete jail building.
with a rake, gathered iu piles, removed, ers of women and children, "yon must
officials to induce farmers in the Wil various fruit growing sections of the himself 1» wbeu be sees, by signs that
Where the spots are, treat them well.”
Theo. Rotb will erect a three-story
The "Hotel Association of New lamette Valley to grow cauliflower in Pacific Northwest, the big Chicago can't t>e mistaken, that bi» a»klug mercantile building of brick at Salem.
that have lieen at lacks-1 by the moss, it
packing firm of I.ibby, McNeil A Libby
ia well to apply a liheral application of England” has arranged three distinct wholesale quantities. It is «aid there has decided to erect a cannery at The won't be in vain
It coet *4,054,646 to govern the City
The time may be soon or late tn the
air-Nlacked lime. This is done not with
Baaed on a
table in Chicago and other cities of the ' Dalles. The announcement has been course of a courtship, but it will mark of Portland during 1914.
the idea that the lime will prevent a re
currence of the moss, but that it will go verily it will lie hard to find a more at Middle West and that regular market
a long way toward sweetening the con- tractive immense "Summer Playground”
rushed in order to be ready for the lm|M>rtant question and be certain of | individual, which is probably more
ditiotv’f th’- «od, ami possibly inducing
than some of them are worth.
From Washington comes the welcome cherry crop in June.
a stronger growth of grass in the plat* great highway tour», of which more
Wheu her eyes begin to wander In
tidings that the rivers and harbors of
where the moss has lieen.
search of him if be does not at once
The State lx*gi«lature is still in session, the Pacific Northwest have received an changed, the new Portland Postoffice seek ber side; when she stops talking
is not available, wood ashes may lie
“Wotnen nre dreamsl” murtnured tbe
tussling wjth much tlie same problems unexpectedly generous share of the building, to <%et *1,<XX),000, will be in to other people to listen to bls most
sentimentalist gasing on a group ot
There is no known effective remedy of finance ami corporation affairs and *30,1X10,000 appropriated for work of course of construction within the next trivial utterances; when she Lingers In ; them In silk attire
bis society aud shows btm she thinks
that will kill moss and not injure the the ever occuring tax question. The that c ass. The total sum set aside for
“You cnn het tbey are.” tbe practicat
grass. It is oftentimes well to sprinkle tax dodger has found the place to live. this section is *9,926,175, of which ( that it will be completed within four- ' bt« remarks tull of wisdom and bis tat »uupi>ed liack at tbe murmurons one.
a little grass seed over the spot from Hunt up your maps and find a quiet *1,500,000 is to be devoted to complet teen months. It will take the form of
mor-that is the moment for him to “and dréuni» go by contrarie«, ail
which the moss has lieen removed, in nice little town of Orleans on Cape Cod, ing the improvements at the month of a big, fine office building, every part of come boldly forward with bls proposal, rightr-Judge.
the Columbia. With the Celilo Canal which will he occupied by the Govern for the time for It la ripe.—New York
order to start in heavy seeding again. that» the plai-e.
Tlie weather man promises to lie good open to traffic and a clear deep channel ment, the first building of its kind in
In any case, all lawns would be letter
Our Role In Life,
off if a light sowing of grass seed were and we can almost smell the in-coining across the Columbia B.«r, the entire the United States.
No man can be both n dreamer and a
Within a few -lays active work will
man of action, and ««rare called upon
applied every year or every other year fragrance of the May Flower, will try to (Yilumbia Valley is certainly in line for
lie commenced on the north jetty at
a long period of prosperity.
on the established lawn.
When this is send you a whiff.
A well known conjurer one day vis to determine wbat role w« shall play
Lucia F. Additon.
done the rain Is-ata the grass seed down
Within the past few -lava definite ac the mouth of the Coquille River, an ited a Scotch village. After perform In life when we are too mung to know
wbat we do. —Richard Middleton.
in tlie soil and keeps a new crop coming
tion has lieen taken at Salem in regard improvement for which *90,G00 was ap Ing many astonlablng tricks be asked
continuously. This thickens the bot
to starting the flax indn try in thia
him. The conjurer then »aid be would
Coy ton's Cocoa nut Trees.
tom, or makes a heavier turf ami is one
Mails at the Lents postoffice arrive state. In order to encourage farmer» to be opened at Bandon will supply the turn it into a sovereign. He did so. as
Tbe Island of Ceylon ha« about 60,-
of tlie princifial met I ks Is by which and depart -iaily, except Sunday, ar fol to experiment with the new crop, it is stone and it is expected the jetty will the people thought, and handed It
000.000 trees, yielding 1.200.000.000 co
people keep a lawn in good sha|>e
planned to offer *15 p-t ton for tiax be practically completed this summer. around for them to see. When it coa nuts, many of whl-b ar* used total
The Itepartment of Public Works at reached tbs collier be coolly pocketed ly for food and drink.
straw, a considerable advance over
7'J0 A. M prices in other sections. Heed will be Portland has stopped al) laying of it and said to th* astonished conjurer.
From Feb. 2 to March 27, *2,140,12« 6:00 A. M.
12.30P. M furnished at *3 per bushel, payment to "asphaltic concreto pavement" until it | “Will y« cbengs me anltberT—London
taxes were paid in. The same period 12:50 P. M.
Dlffi-nlttoe ar« things which shww
can be tested.
5 80 P. M be made when the straw is marketed.
3:30 P. M.
what met» are - Rptctet*
last year brought in *3,682,922.
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