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BURNED TO DEATH
WILL THE CRASH FINALLY COME?
6EO.BORNSTEADÎ SAYS A V KFNT
GLOCKNER IS SUICIDE
Blanche, the 12 year old daughter of
George Bomsteadt called at the Herald
Mr. and Mrs. Gao. L. Boynton of IS
office Tuesday morning,
County Central Committee Used as
str«t Ma», MSI
east ill Street, was burned so badly at a
near Tremont now,
Cats Paw to Give Nomination to camp ou Ml. Hcott yesterday morning
Clerk, Admits Robbing Mail Sacks
Preferred Candidate. Procoedinct that «he died during the aftsrmxm. It
of Hundred of Dollars. Arrested
with Fred Glockner who died from un
Illegal From Start to Finish.
appear« that the Boynton« ware camp-
known cause at one of the city hospitals
ng near the Ulrich farm w lie re Mr.
last week. He thinks Glockner com
A meeting of the County Central t Boynton was working and th. mother
tn t ed suicide. He says domestic dif
When Arthur V. Kent of 7^32 Eighty-
Cou.miltee on Tiie-’Uy ^veiling of th" wm visiting some one near Clackamas.
ferences brought it about. He says
second street stepped from the Mt. Scott
22<l undertook to secure the nominstion
car at Grays Crossing Sunday evening
person and liked to be in company, but
of A. E. C«»vert as Senator to till tho wood on the camp fire and in «onto way
postal inspectors C. B. Welter and C.
vacancy cauee«l by the resignation ol
M. Perkins plaeed him under arrest
bors much and that Gl<x:kner's yearn
Tim plait was to
; and searching him, found 2100 in hia
authorise the Executive Committee to
ing tof companionship
..... j 1 P«»ckets. which
which he admitted he had
¡taken from the mail he was handling on
cast th» vote of the entire body of pre The doctor does not lielieve she triad to
cinct committeemen tor Mr. Convert.
hie run as postal clerk between Eugene
The latest judgment of the authorities |
Jmlge Thayer ot Montavilla intorpoaed were n«it burned. Both parents were
and Portland. They then went home
seem to indicate a concurrence in the
an objection which wm supported by
with him and lie showed them a tin can
a »icide theory.
W. H. H Dufur. The rrsult waa tha t brought by a passing automobile to Dr.
: in the woodabed which contained several
another meeting <U called for last
| hundred dollars. He admits the taking
Tuesday evening for the purpose r»l I Sellwood iMtpital. tier burn« were ao
of about J1742. J87O being recovered
POET KILLY WAS SENSITIVE
putting over the nomination iu spite of
from the tin can and a hundred at the
«11 objection«. Agents of the bttsMx
station. He has accounted for all but
visited many ot the precint committee- 1 relieve the pain.
tive nature." said Melville E. Stone. '24000.
men of the countv, wherever they
"Jim and I went alone to the theater
The money spent lias gone for thing«
thought they coul'l turn the trick aatis-
to see Sol Smith R ubju IL who also be J in the home an«l to send his wife
Miss Pearl Armslronq Married
longed to the “aints and Sinners' Cor ! children to the beach.
factorily, and secured the promire •>( j
th» commltteeiiH n to support the
tion.' In the play was a scene where | Kent is 28 years of age. He is a
At the homo of Mr. utnl Mrs.
catididacy o! K. E. Ooovert, Where
Russel) took a young boy and put him yooug man of temperate habits. His
the committeemen could nut Im present i
a barrel while he removed bis trou ' pilfering» have been going on for the
a proxy w»« secured, «nd if tlte proxy August 14th, at 8 <,t ¡’ ‘ clock, Mr. O. V.
sers to mend tl>em. The audience ! [Must year or more. He bx>k all sori ta of
could not Ixr »■ecure«I by th«« consent «11 King of Brito
roared with laughter at the comic sit i money from envelopes, but the deposits
the couimltteernaii it la said eoue were Alida Ih-url Armstrong of Portland,
nation. Next to me in the box sat j sent by postmasters from the small
used any way. At any rate no effort I Oregon, ware united in tnarrisge, W. F.
James Whitcomb Riley, sobbing as if ■ offices to their depositories in Salem or
was BXkde to convince tboee who were ; Horn, J. F.cUb'iat ng.
hie heart would break. He saw no
The gnoin is a prosperous young
humor in the plight of the little boy. i Portland suffered most. At last a letter
aware of the intentions and motive«
| with $100 from Marshfield to Portland
him It wus pathos.
back of the caodidtwy of Coovert. They
was watched. It never came through so
u«re left alone, and «hen tha meeting the contracting businera, and the Irrida
j Kent was taken on sn^picion and con-
aas called to order on Tueeday there
loved them artistically. I am not sure 1 fevsed. Tiie result will be a long term
was an undoubted majority oqeaent, in- dowed wiUi tho qualities that con
that personally—that Is, mind you. ¡in a Federal penitentiary and a life
< luding the illegal proxies, tor the ■
hanging to a man’s coattails—they ei o »-sting with fair prospects, pertnanetrt-
They will reside in Tipton for the pre»-
t tvored candidate.
tber of them wauted children around y biigh ted
Chairman Day called the house to, «•tit and Im given a cordial welcome by i
They lacked the patience necessary for
i»uin county is harvesting one of I lue reXiuencB ot ner aaugnter near dally contact with children. Riley and
order and announced the purpose of the its people.
the test crops of oats produced in i Roseburg, .Mrs. Nancy A. Fairbanks. Field could write heartbreaking verse
meeting, to nominate a oaudidate >»r
H. A. Lewis Nominated
' aged 78 years, fell by the roadside In respect of children and* put into
the vacancy caused by the resignation ‘ FOOTBALLS WW A CHARGE many years.
Since January 1, 1916, there have * and die«l. She was overcome by the them an Inordinate amount of human
of Mr. McBride, and he further de- [
A meeting of citizens in Montavilla
sympathy, bur so far as 1 know this
received in Klamath oqunty 1220 .b--at.
c'»are<l It WM the decision of the chair to Surreys Boot Them Along Until They
evening nominated H. A. I»ewis
Capture Cervnitn Pc»t-
consignments of Intoxicating liquor. . Optometry boards of Oregon, Wash sters themselves, espedaUy In Field's
VM'ieve proxiea, and to vote the nomi
of Russellville as an independent candi
nation by ballot. He immediately pre- I
ease. Riley was ever exceedingly sym date for state senator. This will ensure
par«-«l to proc<*e«i with th«* nominatioti. ' Ing incidente of the great ndrnnce on the large Oregon yards on September ; are to meet in Portland October 3 for pathetic. One evening Sim was recit Mr. Lewis a place on the ballot, and
At this juncture, Mr. Darnall, ol i Hie Somme, a correspondent ret«*ra to 5 and .6, with a sufficient supply of i transaction of business and to take ing his poem. *A Happy Little Cripple,' give his friends a chance to show how
«'Xplolts of D m * «•«««t Surrey«.
up the question of quack optometry before a large audience. He had scarce
labor lti sight
lente, secured the floor and interpored j the
much they think of him. The meeting
“This captain of one of the
ly begun the lines—
Ooorge Leach Story. Oregon pioneer schools.
objections to both prix'«xxtinga on the i (>aulea.*' he says, "liad provided four
Montavilla was a rousing one and
A mountain slide last winter wt “I'm th 1st a little crippled
ground« of illegality. He maintained ' footballs. one for cacti platoou. urging and one of the foremost In construc
soln' to grow
gave the nomination a send off that will
that the nomination duld nut lie made them to keep up a dribbling competl tive devotion to the state. die«l at Port
An' git a great big man at all. 'caus. ,be felt aronnd.the county.
Lewis is th#
I on the South Fork pipeline which
aunty told me so.
eo as to exclude other candidate«, a« tlon nil the tray over the uille and a land at th» age of 83.
Bend physicians are busy combat
the Central Committee had no authority quarter of ground they bad to traverse
out of the bed
his shoulders about right. He is abso
to fill thia vacancy. 11« then devoted
An' got 'the eurv'ture of the spine'—'at'»
lutely on the square. If he goes to
what the doctor said—
con«idorabto time to the illegality and from the treu-h the platoon command 1 a large number of children being i Friday night.
Salem we may lie sure that his vote will
nnlairne»« ol the n>»th<xi- of using
be cast solely for merit and never for
De« ember 13 to 16. Inclusive, have show at Junction City havb bee', iq the audience leaving the hall. He
proxies. Person« unable to be present «loath coinmrneed
'The gallnut captain himself fell bsen sot as the dates for the annual i changed from September 14. 15 and It made Inquiry and found out that they selfish motive, expediency, or anyone’s
wqre represented by proxies unknown
had a little lame child of their own personal advantage. He will go for tlte
early In Ute ••barge, and men began to
to them, and who could have no |dTop rapidly under the ball of machine | show of the Central Willamette Vai ; to September 21. 22 and 23 on accoun' much like the one he was describing public r.nd those who are looking for a
knowledge of the withes of the coin* h'tiu bullets. Rut still the footballs I ley I' »nltry association at Albany.
He resolved never to recite that poem more pliable publie ser>■ « .; ha«i better
il> ’ .u-ntatlve Sinnott has been ad- on the iorinor dates.
roitteenmn or precinct which be re pre- ' were booted onwgftl. with hoarse
in public again.”—New York Post
Examiner Disque, of the Interstate
eented. The law does not provide tor . rics of apcouregenient or «lcrtanfx*. tin ' vised that postofficcs are about to be
any proxies. The proxies ire usually • II they disappeared hi fhe dehae smotb ! «1- continued at Cline Falls, Crook commerce commission, will come tc
GUIDE YOUR BOY NOW.
Portland on October 4. next, to cor.
Mrs. Jesse Woods Dead
given out in support of the chairman, ¡■■r b'hlnd which the Germans were county. an«l Harney, Harney county.
Muhir'nah county will not pay its duct a series of hearings
whatever hia motive may be and thus I hot.it i ng
Ksep Him on the Road That Loads to
this month. The employes rates and service affecting
you would find a precinct represented "Then when tlie bombs nttd baronets , epii'l
Mrs. Ruby Elnora Woods, of Grays
I a«l inn» their work and the enemy hu I I will get
a Ci their salary warrants, but the
This is a good time to think of your < rossiog was laid to rest on Monday
as supporting a movaitocnt that was ab ieare«l <u < t’b* St.. ■ > men to. i:vJ for
At a special election at Silvertm i boy. If you do not I<x>— «»ter ul,u in afternoon in Multnomah cemetery, her
solute! v objectionable to it or its com I >iMr
.id nn«1 recuvorcd two of i county will not be able to cash them
mitteeman. Not infrequently proxire ¡them tn the captured traverses The««-
The second hand business has as for the purpose of voting on tile ques ' the right way si rune cue will do It tn death having occur««! on Iridav. She
are is«u««l without the consent ol the irill be rent to the regimental depot at sumed considerable proportions in tlon of issuing bonds for J21.000 to | the .wrong way. Begin now.
had been ailing for some time, being
Teach your boy to follow tn
committeemen, who happen to l>e ab Kingston «a war trophies worth pre Oregon, declares Ijibor Commissioner provide funds for a municipal nuxil steps of his father, to respect the foot troubled by gall stones. An operation
Hoff. There are 178 firms engaged , j iary water system, the bonds were ’ to obey his parents, to regard the seemed necessary and it was while un
sent. He stated that «•«aontially the serving.”
authorised by a vote of 14k to 41.
in this line.
whole dissatisfaction with this year's
i rights of all then, to honor virtue, to dergoing the operation that she finally
After being lost in the thickly tim respect womanhood and to depend yielded up her life. Mrs. Woods was
The senate has confirmed the nom
committee work had been due to the
inations of the following Oregon post bered districts of the Wolf creek sec upon no one but himself for his ad born in New York. She has lived in or
admission of proxies, and he tuovtxl
masters: John S. Howe, Lents; O. tlon of Douglas county for two days, vancement
that the use of proxies lx* here and now
near Lents for the past 12 years. She
Teach him that the Golden Role of
Stokes E. Johnson.
Edwin Marvin. Wallowa; Mary O. Misses Ella Dillard and Hasel Jewett
discontinued. After somr.direu-sion it
leaves her husband and seven eons and
I were found by searchers on a trail life will be found in the Ten Com three daughters to re-call her memory.
Stokes E. Johnson, 48 years of age, Vail, Carlton
was agreed to handle the matter as an
appeal from the chairman’s previous died at his home near Bellrose, on
A new department is being added | | about two milcB from their camp.
have survived the ages. They stand The funeral was held at' the Methodist
ruling Mild as such was put to vote by August 28, of heart trouble, Mr. John- to the work of Pacific college at New-1 The cement and lime plant of the today unchanged and unchallenged.
church on 84th street, Rev. Mrs. Smith
lukllot. The result of the vote was son was a native of Ohio, having lived berg and beginning with 1916-17 a full Beaver-Portland Cement company, at j They comprise the first great written delivering the address. Mrs. Woods
favorable to the chair, although it ex in Oregon for the past three years. He two-year course in commercial work Gold Hill, in Jackson county, in the < law given by G«?d to man. Before will be remembered as a kind, mother
installation of which more than half ! these few commandments all tuan ly woman and her going will break up
pressed a decide«! diaxatiafaction with leaves a family to mourn his early will be given.
death. The funeral will be held at
the system of using proxies.
Succumbing to an Illness of three a million dollars have been invested, made laws fade Into Insignificance. the circle that has been home for near
Following this nominstion« were pro- Kenworthy’s at a date not yet an months, L. Samuel, an Oregon pion- Is about ready for operation. It has Tench them to your boy. There is dan- ly a half century.
postxi for the eenator«bip andMr, E . E. nounced.
eer, founder and general manager of a capacity of 1000 barrels of cement R<^ nbend If you do not.
Tbe universal drift of mankind Is to
Convert was plsctxi in nomination.
the Oregon Life Insurance «ximpany. a day, with a crushing capacity of ward
decadence. Heredity pays its
Again Mr. Darnall interposed the ‘ob
Loia Minerva Cunningham.
i premium aDd also exacts its discount
Black leg has caused the team or ; The son of a good father and an affec.
jection that the proc«*edings were illegal
The highest price for which an
Mrs. Lois Minerva Cunningham, liv
The many Lents friends of Mrs. E. H.
and propose«! that the matter of nomi ing with her daughter, Mrs. L. D. Rose, agate was ever sold in Newport was 400 sheep In Whitman national forest, | Donate mother, brought up In an at Willis of Tenth avenue near Mariestreet.
nating a candidate be droppol. The near Gilbert Road and 104th street, paid last week. wh««n G. A. KlnBey, a according to Assistant State Veter tnospbere of parental regard, never will hear with sorrow of the passing of
chair ruled otherwise. In the course of died August 26 nf.seniie decline. The wealthy Pittsburgher, bought a coral inary Dr. Osborne, who has been at j will disgrace the family.
this one recently at the home of her
The boys of today are to be the men
tempting to stamp out the disease. It
the discussion it wm suggest«*! that funeral was held privately on Tuesday agate from A. L. Thomas for JI 00.
daughter, Mrs. Timothy I.ydston at
there might be other candidates than at the JCenworthy chapel and she was
Conditions in the lumber business has been general all through the Whit
American people are to be in the bands Midvale, Idaho, on the afternoon of
Mr. Convert, and a cry went up, Blaine buried at Mt. Scott. Mrs. Canningham have been better so far this year than man forest section.
theLr sons. If the boys are taught Sunday, August 13.. She had been un
them. Aa no one responded, and as it was a native of Ohio, having lived
in 1915, reports to Labor Commission The dead body of C. E. Bowman, a respect for the law (both human and dergoing treatment for cancer for some
appeared that nominations might lie Oregon the past seven years.
er Hoff from 13 sawmills of Clacka cigar manufacturer of Bandon, was I divine), obedience to authority, manly time, and had submitted to another
closed, Mr. Darnall then arose and
mas county for his annnal report show found by a searching party lying on a , independence and the fear of God this op«*ration the day before. Apparently
brigfly discussed hie favored candidate,
In the next five years, according to gravel bar in Deep canyon, He had great nation will be a noble monument she was doing well until the afternoon
ending by nominating H. A. Lewis ot
Engineer Lewis. Ute state of apparently been dead for 12 hours, to man’s capacity for self government of the following day when she passed
Letter of Condolence
Russelvllle. W. H. H. Duinr seconded
Oregon will receive approximately Jl,- Death was due to exhaustion. Mr. I and self control ht a time when all the away. At the time of her death she
the nomination. 8. 0. Morton of
820.000 for the building of roads under Bcwman became lost while on a proa- world is a seething cauldron of unrest. was «1 years, 3 months and 5 days of
. unreason and disbelief.
God with his infinite Wisdom has the provisions of the federal aid road peettng trip.
Columbia County Interposed a further
Teach your boy to rale, but first to age. The funeral service was conducted
objection but hie objection« were ruled
rule himself.—John A. 81elcher In Les by the Baptist minister at Midvale and
out of order. A roll call of delegatee be
Harvey Wells, commander of the change has announced final returns on lie's Weekly.
the interment took place there. Mrs.
gan. After «ome time it was «o evident admired and loved neighbor, one who United Spanish war veterans, has des the 1816 strawberry crop. The ex I
Willis was an active member of the
that Mr. Coovert waa going to receive
ignated the heads of the various en change handled 16.000 crates of fruit
Lenta Baptist church, at the time of tier
the majority a proposition to concede
campments throughout the state as at an average of 12 12 a crate. The I There Is a curious story of how tho leaving here, being president of the
hia nomination waa made.
A sag- deed; one who was ever faithful to hie recruiting office« for the Third infan highest price received on any ship Duke d'Aosta when king of 8 pain told Ladies Aid Society. She was always in
ment was 26 a crate at tho openlag a muleteer to whom he was talking to her place in the church when possible.
gaation to make it unanimoue wm ob family, kind, generous and loving, an try.
cover hlmeelf, the sun being hot, for
jected to and nil tboaa who supported ideal father and neighbor.
Within the next three weeks the of the season.
A woman of sterling worth she has gone
Therefore, be it raaolaed that wo, the Bend commercial club will conduct a
In the hope of preventing the waste getting that by so doing be made the to be with her Lord. The sympathy of
Mr. Lewis were Mked to rise. The
coant showed seventeen
votes for members of tho Epworth League of vigorous campaign among the local ful destruction of straw thia fall M. prevent thia catastrophe, knocked the the friends here go out to the husband
Lewie, in a house that had been packed Bennet Chapel, extend our heartfelt business men to boost Its membership 8. Schrock, county agriculturist at aaan'a hat out of hie hand, and, at* and daughter in their bereavement.
sympathies to the bereaved mother and list from its present 80 members to Yamhill county, has issued aa appeal
for Coovert. Tho chair declared Mr.
cording to some, the muleteer had
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to the farraerrnot to hum their straw. something to do with Prim's s«session
While walklag from her home to Should straw be burned Mr. Shrank tte that followed aeon afterward.
Mr. Parry Klepper
morning for Seattle.