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mt. Scott Herald
w~~ ILLINOIS LABOR
Published Every Friday at louts
Station, Portland. Oregon.
J. K. UPDIKE -
C W. SMITH .... Manager
The labor party of Illinois has is
Entered as second-class mall mat sued the following statement of its
ter February 14, 1»14. at the post-
convention held recently in Spring
office at Lents. Oregon, under act of
Congress, March S. 1ST9.
i. N. SHUPP GIVEN
SURPRISE 8T LADIES
When Yen Want to Move
Call Tabot 7707
fETTY’S TRANSf ER|
Th«« ladies* Aid society of the
Evangelical church of la*nts planned
a complet«’ surprise un Mrs. N.
Shupp, the pastor’s wife, st their
regular meeting last week. Tea and
cake were served. Mrs. Shupp. like J 94S6 Foster Rd. Lents, Ore. ;
Lot’s wife, lingered at her home,
when a messenger was sent urging uartNaaamnmwamaanMiaartiubaaoaiaoook
her presence at tea. However, she "— —* 1 -
did not “turn to a pillar of salt” in
Mrs, C. Coffman, the live, ener
getic president, with her calm, char
acteristic smile, placed a large mar
CORD WOOD AND
ket basket on a chair, saying, “this
is for you. Mrs. Shupp."
“All right," said the victim of their
fun, supposing that it contain«Ni the
Yard on Foster Road
waste paper from the cake wrappings
in front of lients Library
to be used for kindling purposes.
Then the joke was on the ladiea.
Phone Tabor 7823
The lady of the occasion would not
surprise. Would she dump th«' bas
ketful into the stove when she got
The Herald Does All
home? “Better aoe whut is in the
basket,” ventured one of them. Th«*
Kinds of Printing....
hand was pushed into the basket, and
lo and behold—well, too numerorTS to
Suffice it to say they r
were all valuable.
The following ladies were present:
Mesdames Donaldson, Ash, Will Gil
bert, Bischoff, Anderson. Fankhauser,
Tyler, Wharton. Curtis. Spring. Rise.
Morterud Fisher. Cochran. Huxley,
J. E. Gilbert, M. H.. H. R. and E. M.
Scheuerman. Bertha Rienecker, H. B.
Yost. Rusk. Coffman an<l Miss Flora
First-Class Sheet Metal Work
Guttering. G*n»r»l ¡Rrpglring, Gurlmge Cana, Flour Hina
U'axh |to>h-> m . Slow Pipaa, Chickfii Fountain«, Ulilikvil Grit-
Feed Box«« and Chitikau Fe*«l Trough«.
| and Express Auto Truck ;
Labor is the primary and just basis
Subscription price • - 11.50 a year of political responsibility and power.
It is not merely the right, but the
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duty of the workers by hand or bra'n
to become a political party.
5812 Ninety-»coud Street
The labor party is destined to
usher in the new day of freedom in
the United States—freedom from the
grind of poverty; freedom from the
ownership of government by big bus
f ■vh 5?eS£
iness; freedom of the men and wom
NR.ONG' WHts '
en who buy food and clothing and
N» pan wa* vui«
pay rent, from exploitation at the
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hands of the money kings of “kings
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want ans T hing
Organized workers are members of
t XT a A ,NA GOTTA,
it. Unorganised workers are mem
VAS VER IT -
bers of it. Clerks, housewives, news
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papermen. farmers, school teachers,
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I t ' betchai J storekeepers belong to it. Such heads
of organizations and business con
cerns as are not exploiters or profi
teers belong to it. There is no place
in the party for those who are not
workers. There is no room within it
for all who perform service to so
The party enunciates the following
program to which it pledges itself.
Democratic control of industry and
commerce for the general good of
•hose who work.
The unqualified right of workers
Freedom from economic hazard
which comes with a minimum wage
based upon the cost of living.
A maximum working day of eight
hours and abolition of unemployment
by reducing the hours of work fur
Word was received last week that
ther, as necessary to permit all who Mrs. Carrie C. Ingles passed away
are able to work and to find occu it her home in Chicago Friday. April
THE HERAl.D FOR 5« CENTS
The special 50-cent subscription | pation and full pay for those who. 18. Her death was due to rheuma
for a time are unemployed because tism of the heart. She was former-
drive begun by The Herald has had of illness, accident, or temporary loss
ly a resident of I<ents and was n
gratifying results so far and prob of work.
very active worker in Shiloh Circle
ably will remain in force until the , Complete enfranchisement of wom No. 19. which udopted the following
middle of the month. The purpose en and equal pay for men and women I resolutions:
doing similar work.
“Lents, Ore., April 29, 1919.
of the drive is to expand The Her
•Reduction of the cost of living to
"To the relatives and friends of,
ald’s circulation to cover more com a just level by the elimination of
I Sister Carrie C. Ingles, a member of
pletely the Mt. Scott district. While wasteful methods and profiteering.
Shiloh Circle No. 19, L. of G. A. R..
Complete revision of the state con department of Oregon:
it was begun primarily for new sub
“Whereas. Carrie C. Ingles has de
scribers. in order to be absolutely . stitution.
Taxation of inheritances and in parted this life in response to the
fair all old subscribers are also given
comes and land values, but not of im mandates of the Supreme Ruler of
the privilege of renewing at the 50- l provements.
the Universe; and
cent rate. A definite date will be I Public ownersnip and operation of
“Whereas. Her response to that
set soon fcr the end of this bargain all public utilities, including grain summons severs her earthly relations I
offer—but don’t wait until the last elevators, warehouses, stockyards, I with those near and dear to her in
abbatoirs. insurance and banks.
this sphere of action; and
minute whether you already take the
Development under public owner
“Whereas, The severance of the j
paper or intend to do so. The local ! ship of the water power sites. Public
friendly and loving ties formed dur
news it contains is worth many times ownership, preferably federal, of the ing her sojourn here amdngst us
the insignificant sum—less than one mines.
; leaves a vacancy that only sorrow
State aid to provide lands and can fill; and
cent a week—for which we are offer
homes for Illinois residents.
"Whereas, Shiloh Circle sympa
ing the paper.
Abolition of employment of all un thizes with her loved ones and ■
friends that mourn her loss;
A democratic system of public edu
Therefore, We tender to them our
cation from kindergarten to univer sympathy in this hour of bereave- j
sity with free textbooks.
ment and point them to her patri
By A. E. Shurr
Old age and health insurance, an otic associations and efforts as pleas- ,
There are many commodities that adequate workmen’s compensation ant memories of her highest virtues
can be sold by advertising alone— law and a mothers’ pension.
and commend them to that Ruler who
before the customer starts for the I Use by the state of only such sup measures all humanity by the same j
plies and materials as bear the union standard and with the same charity
that grace affords to clothe our
But many others—and especially
Abolition of private employment I shortcomings and makes us present- ,
new articles—require demonstration detective and striker employment able at the eternal seat of mercy,
and much patient explanation before services.
where all can sip of the waters of
Abolition of the state senate.
life and the evening beams smile the
they secure the foothold that brings
Abolition of the power of judges clouds away.
people to a store to ask for them.
to issue and enforce injunctions in
And no store can afford to stock up industrial disputes.
President Shiloh Circle. ,
with goods that nobody asks for, and
Complete restoration of all funda “ANNA M. MELVIN. Sec."
which require persistent effort to mental political rights—free speech,
free press and free assemblage; the
Of course all stores want to sell removal of all war time restraints
upon the interchange of ideas.
all the merchandise they can. They
There will be a «lance given at :
the gym tonight.
are eager to find new things that
An assembly was called Wednes- I
ing arguments, what he puts into
will sell well.
day morning. Mr. Van Groos of the i
In buying these new things the
that is revealed in the store’s service. faculty gave a report as to how each j
merchant must consider the buying All else comes with individuality. student was to give 10 cents to the j
public, which is divided into three For it is in service that the indi French relief fund for the support I
of the children of that devastated
classes: (1) those who do not con viduality of a store centers.
He also stated hat Frank- I
sciously “have to count the pennies,”
deeply impressed with one aspect of lin High was a little delinquent with
who want the best and are able to
the service—another’s with another. its payments. Professor Ball fol
pay for it; (2) a great mass of the
One may shop there because goods lowed with a few comments.
middle class of neither rich nor poor
Dr. Amil Erma and Charles Sauth
are promptly exchanged; another be
customers who look to individuality,
entertained the students with music
and (3) those who definitely aim at
buying cheap goods at bargain because one always finds what one
The U. of O. glee club will give a
wants; another because there is no
misrepiesentation of values; another concert in Portland May 21. Prof.
But the individuality which a because it is such an inviting place Ball said he expected the Franklin ;
store strives after characterizes a to trade, and so on. One of these High students to dispose of 2000 [
store simply as a place to trade at, elements, or others like them, or a tickets.
which will draw an increasing volume mixture of such elements, constitute
The sophomore and senior girls’ '
of trade and which will render trade individuality—the something distinc indoor baseball teams played a gam«'
tive and good which separates one Tuesday which ended in a draw. '
If we remember that individuality store from its competitors. •
score 23 to 23. Perseus Karagozian ,
denotes also worthy characteristics
Does advertising create individual was the star pitcher for the sopho- |
as well as different characteristics— ity? Yes, insofar as advertising is mores. Wednesday the sophomores :
is a selling force comparable only to the store’s propaganda — the chief defeated the junior girls’ team with
that “good name in man or woman” means by which the store makes its a score of 24 to 23. Mildred Ander- i
which is “the immediate jewel of service known to new customers and son of Lents is catcher for the soph- i
their soul.” It is not exactly pres makes old customers conscious of omore team.
tige; it is not a mere reputation for things that they may have only dim
The James McVey family, who re
modishness; not' simply a synonym ly felt and seen.
for square dealing, or efficient mer
Every merchant should strive for side on Seventy-first avenue, have
chandising or low prices. It is that this individuality in his advertising, sold their half-acre home and will
which a merchant puts into his ad in his' personality and in his mer move in the fall to a farm east of
vertising, what he puts into his sell- chandising.
FORMER LENTS RESIDENT
DIED IN CHICA60 APRIL 18
A. S. PEARC& The Tinsmith
Fotttr Hoad, Opp. P. O.
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THE PORTLAND BUSINESS MAN
J. H. Bradbury
who in ain'cvaalnl turroiliuln bimaalf with
every available modern «leviae f<«r*aving
hie lime ami money. The hunim-«*^>aii
who tail* t«> nae an AUTOMATIC THE
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to Ihotiaaaxla id puaaihle ciinlomera
■nay never know the teal rranon tor hin
failure in huaiiiem. THINK IT OVER.
Ixing Diatanoe Everywhere
CALL A 6221
Home Telephone and Telegraph Company ol Portland, Oregon
ALL THAT IS NECESSARY
FOR YOU TO DO
opening a bank account here is to
see our Cashier for information.
The man doing a small business needs a
bank account as much as the largest firm
We invite YOU to do your banking with US.
Multnomah State Bank
SHERMAN HARKBON. Cnaliier
THE STORAGE BATTERY
is one of the most importand items
of the equipment of the motor car.
If it fails, the lights are dead.
batteries are strong and lasting; eas
ily* charged by the generator and
give maximum of current.
Money Made by Our Vulcanizing
In these days of saving and avoid
waste, and especially in’ view of the
rising ccst of new tires, why not
make your tires last two and three
times as long by letting us vulcanize
their weak spots? Many an other-
wise sound shoe can be saved by
THE LENTS GARAGE
AXEL KILD AHL, Proprietor
8919 FOSTER ROAD