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HUMANE SOCIETY LECTURE
AT LENTS LIBRARY
ri IT IT
At 3 o'clock WedncMluy uf ter noon
ut th«- lent» library Mrs. Swantor.,
seen tary of th«- Nationul Humane
society, gave th«- chlhlren of the
Lents school a very interesting and
instructive talk on th«- humane treat
ment of dumb animals. She told of
the battle of the Marn and the im
portant paid, the police dogs took in
locating the wounded and dying sol
diers. She had with her the polie«-
dog which belonged to th«- late
Vernon Castle an«l which ha«l been
in the thick of the battles in which
ho took part. These dogs were sent
to the United States to be us-d in
training other «logs foi the service,
and are remarkable for their almost
At 3:30 Mrs. Bernal, of Woodmere,
brought her Bund of Mercy in an«l
Mrs. Swanton told them the story.
'I he children all over the city where
'he has talked are very enthusiastic
over the humane work.
POPULAR MT. SCOn MAR
PASSES AWAY APRIL'21
THE PRESIDENT’S PLEDGE
TO THE WOUNDED SOLDIERS OF THE AMERICAN ARMY
The White House.
I could tell you what the eacrlhcee you have made have meant to the
world. I could tell you what hletory for all time to come will *ay of you and
of the Bufferings you have experienced on your great crusade. But these
things other men will tell you.
I prefer to remind you that the wounds you bear are tne noblest badges of
honor any man haa ever worn; that they exalt you to a supreme place In the
minds and hearts of your countrymen and of all the world. I refer to asaure
you that America realises that she has no more sol >mn obligation, no more
patriotic duty than to expreee In practical terms the gratitude 'hat every
American—man, woman and jhlld—feels for every one of you. America will
Back up that statement. By practical terms the President nionnt money
TI mi Victory Liberty Loan will supply It The President was counting on every
American, rich and poor, when he made that promise Subscribe
THE PRICE OF VICTORY
By FRANKLIN K. LANE, Secretary of th* Interior
What Is Victory worth? What would wo ha ve glvn this time last year
to nave boon assured of Victory? What pledge would we have not mnde? And
now that our mon have won will wo hosltate to pay the bill ’ They paid, thorn»
boys of the Argonne, In blood ami life. They will |iav. many of them, through
all their long lives tn suffering and In weaknex*. "very soldier that we Bee is
a challonge to our hearts end to our pockets. They will not bo a reproof. Their
eyes will never nay that we are, what they never wore, quitters We. too, can
carry on. Generous they were and generous we will be Our pride we will
prove by thanksgiving, not In words but in dollars louned to Uncle Sam to .«ay
for bringing the boys back, for the guns that were never used, for the ships
that were not sunk, for the care of the men who did not die, or tlio rebuilding
of the mon who almost ''went West"
AU the wise mon said It will be the fnll of 19 before the Kaiser will be
driven into hls.own country. Our money would have gone throughout the year
to make that hope good But the Ilusi was driven back. He lost heart and
cried "Kamerad!” a year before the promised time. >nd the Kaiser fled, a
fugitive from a beaton nation and so short a time since he had been in part
norshlp with "Gott"! How many Vlotory Bonds waa.lt worth to hear th. t
news? Victory la not ours until wo have earned It. paid Tor It and got the
receipt In the peace treaty, with a guarantee that we shall hold what wo have
won the right to live In peaco. Yonr Liberty Bond paid for the gun that
drove him Into exile. And your Victory Bond will make sure that he will not
ONE YEAR AGO TODAY
Germans renew powerful attacks
against weakened British and Bel
gian lines In Flanders.
In the bitterest day's fighting of
the lilt- offensive French lose
Schsrpenberg hill, north of Ypres
Few American troops thrown Into
the tghltug below Amiens to stem
Von Arnim appUes crushing tac
tics to destroy Allied line from Ar
ras to the North Sea.
Council of Allies agrees only
American troops can save the war.
and plana to release all shipping to
hasten troop movements from
SUBSCRIBE NOW TO THE VIC
TORY LIBERTY LOAN.
WOULD YOU HAVE PAID FOR
ONE YEAR AGO TODAY
British lines stagger before re
lentless attacks of the Huns on
• fteen mile front in Flanders.
Appalling losses fall to halt Ger
man assaults in the Noyon sector.
Ypres salient still held by the
French aad British, but at a tre
Germans massing thousands of
reserves at Liege to force decision
regardless of losses.
Vanguard of America's millions
lend small roenfore'esnant to bard
SUBSCRIBE NOW TO THE
VICTORY LIBERTY LOAN.
WHAT WOULD YOU HAVE RAID
lUR VICTORY T1.W
IF PEOPLE WON’T
WALL STREET WILL
Great American’s Word» Ring
True Today as When
"Long after this war Is over, we
shall continue In the struggle to
achieve liberty for all mankind. To
do It effectively, we must bind our
selves together as a nation, and there
Is no surer bond between a man and
hla country than that ha »hall be a
bondholder of his country.”
a a a
"To own bonds of the United states
Is a badge of honor.”
a a •
“There should be Liberty Ronda In
every hpme In America.”
• • •
•I appeal most earnestly to the men
and women cf America to lend their
money to the government; and to do
a o a
”1 myself have^ Invested In these
There Is every reason for
buying them. The patriotic reason Is
enough. But, In addition, there Is of
fered the best security In the world,
backed by the credit of the govern
ment and people of the United
a a e
"The outstanding and fundamental
need of the government, without which
nothing can ba accomplished, is money.
In large sums and smalt”
• * *
“De not leg Wall Strset monopolize
the tnancing of the War and. If yon
do, then do not blame Wall Street but
admit that It la more patriotic and far
sighted than you are."
NOT TO LOWER
IN PAR VALUE
Nev* Issue Has Special Appeal
to All Investors,
C. W. Holliday, 4824 Sixty-sixth
street, died at 1 o’clock Monday
morning, April 21, after suffering
for many months with chronic neu
ritis. Mr. Holliday was 49 years of
age. He was born at Dowagiac,
Mich., May 13, 1870, where he resided
till hr came to Oregon to tnake his
home. He was married in 1894, and
to the union was boro one son, Nor
man Holliday, who is in the navy,
on the torpedo boat Hannibal, a
mother convoy of sub chasers. He
is at present somewhere off the coast
of Spain and unable to reach home.
Besides the wife and son. he leaves
Mrs. Perua Kubberness, Mrs. Minnie
Ferrell, Mrs. Josephine McClure and
Mark J. Renn«-, step-children, who
love«! him dearly. Two yisters also
- survive Mr. Holliday, Mrs. Losh-
haugh, of Portland, and Mrs. Hungi-
ford, of Dowagiac, Mich.
Funeral services were held last
Friday at 1 p. m. at Kenworthy’s
chapel, under the auspices of the
Modern Woodmen, ot which order he
had long been a member. Father
Salu officiated. Besides the sorrow
ing relatives Mr. Holliday leaves a
host of true friends who will miss
his cheery smile and pleasant word.
TJi«- family has the deepest sympathy
of the entire community.
"Capitalists, ar well ns the small In
terior. may purchase the new Victory
x>in notes with the fullest assurance
.but they will hold Ip the market, close
» the Issue price,” declared O. K.
A'w-ks, Victory Iman campaign man
iger for the Twelfth District, today
n calling attention to the strong ap-
xsil the Victory notes make to Invest-
•rt strictly frt m an Investment stand
point He continued:
"It han. of course, been a source of
Hi appointment to subscribers for pre
vious Liberty Ixian isi ues that these
aruee have gone, even temporarily, to
i discount of five or six points In the
M. E. CHURCH
"While this dues not represent a real
os.- to tltose who have held their bonds
Sunday school at 9:45.
'or invent moot II Is reassuring to sub-
Preaching at II a. m. As- this is
-sritx-rs for Victory notes that no sue'
lisrount is possible In the case of th
Mothers’ day a sermon will be
preached to the mothers of Lents.
Epworth League at 7 p. m.
"A decline of the Victory lx»at> notes
Preaching at iY p. m.
rf only one point, to 99 for example,
Regular prayer meeting service
would put them on an Interest return
if 1.03%. Even during 'he war, with Thursday evening.
he prospect of continued large Issues,
>o Ubertv Bonds have ever declined to
any such basin.
The Fourth Ixian
mods today, as a matter of fact, are
Services for the coming Sunday
•riling to yield less than the 4%%
paid by the Victory notes at par.
“A similar situation exists In the
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.
saw of the series of
Review and sermon. 11 a. m.
txanp< notes whirh are suitable for
Boys and girls devotional. 6 p. m.
the larger Investors The flirt issue
Young People’s Alliance, 7 p. tn.
»f the fully taxc-ir-mpt Liberty Bonds
Preaching. 8 p. m.
bearing 3H% Interest, In spite of all
All cordially invited.
the liquidation during the war. are
•ailing today to yield only 3 55%.
“Should the Vl.-tory Ix»an »%%
notes decline to 99, thia would be
•qulvalent to a 4.03% return from Its
At the Baptist church Sunday.
fully tax-oxnnpt note, which would be
eqalvaievit to *1 for the Liberty Loan May 4.
i'~’ which now are in active demand
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Good
la the market at 99.“
Here Are the Term»—
And They’re Easy
Per Cent With
P it Cent___
Per Ont _
. Nov. U
Preaching and communion at 11
a. m. Special solo.
Young people's meeting 7 p. m.
Preaching at 8 p. m. Theme, “The
W. C. T. U.
For various reasons it seems best
to have our next meeting the first
Tuesday in May instead of the sec
ond, as per calendar. This makes it
come on Tuesday, May 6, at the
home of Mrs. Vernie Scheuerman,
6101 Eighty-ninth street. The hour
is 2:30 p. m. Our red letter day this
time is a week, membership week.
May 4 to 11. Every one interested
in temperance and moral reform
along the lines of the W. C. T. U.
should join us this year and this
I use’ for trenk dat anny man
Could be da goods Merlcan,
No mat Ira where upon dees earth
Kes cotn' da lands for hcee birth.
So long he speak, w'en he cos here.
Enough Inglaice to he can cheer
And joosta wave hees hat an' say:
“I'M redda. whita, blue, hooray!“
I use* for teenk eet ces enough
Ef you could joosta maka bluff;
Pretend to love your fellow-man—
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Hatter an
But also skeen heem all you can.
nounce the marriage of their daugh
Eet tnak* no odds how moooh yon lie
Bo Ion pi, w’en da flag go by.
ter, Ida Lucy Johnson, of Portland,
You joosta leeft your hat an' say:
to William Erdman, of Milwaukee,
“Tie redda, whita, blue, hooray!”
Wis., at the homo of Mr. Erdman’s
Rut dat was wrong. My head was bone! sister in Chicago April 16. After a
For now w'en com's d«-es Voectra I man
honeymoon trip to New York City
I nee how mooch eet mean to me,
Mr. and Mrs. Erdntan will come to
Au’ all men here an' ovra sea.
Portland to get Mrs. Erdman’s two
An’ no one here, not anny man.
Can be da gooda 'Merlcan
little boys before returning to Mil
On less he mak' hees money say:
waukee, where they will make their
“l)a redda, whita, blue, hooray!”
home. Mr. Erdman is engaged in
Big Loaves of Bread
The Largest 10-cent Loaf of Bread in
Lents, fresh every morning, and has a
quality and flavor all its own, and it
possesses purity, cleanliness and nu
tritious value not to be found in other
All our goods are baked every day,
which makes them better—that’s all.
WE MAKE TO ORDER ALL KINDS OF PASTRIES FOR
LODGE DOINGS, PARTIES AND BANQUETS
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