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mt. Scott herald
Published Every Friday at Lanta
Station, Portland. Oregon.
FESTIVAL OF MUSIC TO
A GLIMPSE OF THE
BE HELD MAY IS AND 15
TO ASSIST WARREN
M the Call of the Outdoors
The Portland Oratorio Society,
By Milton P. Wiley
of 150 voices, conduc
Evening Star grange will go in
Upon entering the brokerage office
J. SL urniKE
Joseph A . Finley,
Mana<or ■ a I body tomorrow, Saturday, to your attention is first attracted by
C. W. SMITH
will hokl a festival of mush* on
the large blackboards which in moat
Entered as secoud-claaa mail mat ¡Wi arren to put a class through cases cover th«» entire two ai«ies of May 13 and 15 at the municipal
ter February 14, 1»14. at the post-
auditorium. On May 12 at a
Warren grange, the the office. The click of the telegraph p. m. the oratorio, "The Crei-
•fflce at Lenta. Oregon, under act of grange.
master of which is A. J. Hulling sounder brings the life to the market. tion" will lx* given with , Miss
Congreaa, March S, 1ST».
Continuous quotations are received
>1.00 a year worth formerly of 5610 71st St.,
Martha Atwood of Ni w York as
has the largest membership of ami are marked on the boards as soprano, E. Graham Morgan of
6M11 Ninuty-aecond Street
'any grange in tlx* state and is
Seattle ns tenor and E. Maldyn
Phone«: Tabor 78Î4.
just initiating a new hall. The | Th«' New York Stock Exchange Evans of Portlaml ns baritone.
Evening Star Grange will take opens at 10 a. m., which makes it There will be an accompaning
from its hnll and its about 7 a. ni. in the Pacific coast. orchestra of ten pieces with Miss
The Chicago Grain Pit opens at 9
According to a report of the own team of 30 members. The a. m., which is 7:30 a. m. here.
Danae IJvaey at the piano and
physical examinations of first-yeai program for th«* «lay includes ■ There are many men on the floor F.tlgar E. Couracn at the organ.
men at Harvard. 80 per cent required starting from tlx* city hall at of these outside exchanges who live
On May 15, at 8 p. tn.. tlx* so
training In “bodily mechanics“ upon 1 1 :30. grange work at 2 «»'clock, j practically on excitement. They fol ciety will give a miscellaneous
their admission to the college. Fewer a banquet at 5:30, and an eve- I low the trend of the market through program including oratorin, op
than one |«»r cent were rated as "hav ning program. All outside mem its fluctuations from «lay to day,
Repairing, Gas, Oils and
eratic aixl semi popular chorus
ing a good mechanical use of the bers are invite«! to join the crowd year after year. The intensity with
body." the rest were faulty to some if they are supplied with their i
which they watch the board brings
Prof. Finley has secured a
degree, standing, walkiug or sitting, own machines and sandwiches, .ns ' their nerves to the highest pitch, es
studio for Wednesday of each
and more than oue-third were pul the Evening Star will be limited
pecially if they plunge. To plungt* is week over the Herald of fine. On
down as being very bad examples. to its members. By special re
to buy a larger amount of stock than other days he may be found at
This part of the examination does quest Miss Gladys Johnson, dau
you can protect if th«* market goes his studio in th«- Tilford build
not relate to physical defects In the ghter of J. J. Johnson, master of
against you. Most stocks are bought ing. it«* brings to his work va
ordinary sense, organic or functional Evening Star grange will play a
Phone Lenta 2011
through commission houses on a mar rie«l experiences in music* Includ
troubles, as ailments of the heart violin solo. Miss Wilda I
ing eight years as student of S.
lungs, eyes, throat or ears.
DAVIS a EARNSWOHTII
man is acting lecturer of the
some of th«* traders make* a nice W. Dudley of Boston; a course
strictly concerned with determining
Evening Star grange in the ab- picee of change on«* day. only to lose at th«- New England Conservato
5820 Ninety-second Street
how well the student “carries him
of Mrs. Delia Murray, who it later. Others hav«* made big money ry of Music; work as teacher of ■---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- |
self." It is a reasonable theory, how
ever, that a good carriage has a fa left Wednesday, A.pril 7. for her ' but still they play.
music in the public schools of
In almost every commission house
vorable Influence on the general bod cottage at Newport, where
Grvshiim, Independence ami Dal
th«- ¡exchange you will find a few trailers
lly condition, and physical directors will probabdy lx* most of
las; five years as tenor with the
■ who base their dealings entirely on
nowadays lay stress on It.
i statistics. I «'specially remember one University male quartette of
strange If, as indicated by this Har
: of these characters who could tell Boston; one year with the Se
vard report, preparatory schools are LECTURE AT LIBRARY
did one quoia male quartette of Port
neglecting bodily mechanics, for a
HALL APRIL 17, 3 P. M. j you what a certain stock
He sc*em„ to
,,n ,’l<' Ellison-White chau
campaign of public education has been
tauqua course; on«* year of music
carried on for some years, says
|instruction in Oklahoma; four
At the Central library ball on
The subject April 17 at 3 p. tn. there will be I moves the same way at a <?ertain years as leader of the Centenary
ought to be taught before a boy or a lecture on “How to Build Bir«l
For instance, if it went up one M. E. choir ;one with the Mt. Ta
girl reaches the college age.
In Houses.” On April 24 there will
ago at 10 a. m. and it dropped bor Presbyterian church ami the
struction can hardly begin too early.
•«• a parade of pets at 10:30 a. m. at the same time two years ago, then past year and a half at the Arh-
siiarp. the line of march extend it will drop this year at 10 a. m. la Baptist church.
The point is that leisure succeeds ing on 1 llh to Main street, up to !
This is a |H>or theory us the world
and does not precede work, that if 12th, down 12th to Yamhill, and
conditions change so much from year quarterly reports were given.
you plan a day with four hours of theli back to the library. Entries
j to year, which affect the market. The junior choir sang at the
work and four hours of t>oetry writ
i ilist be made before Wednesday However, this man once had a for eleven o'clock hour under |he di
ing. you are perfectly justified, pro
the 21st with the local librarian. tune which he mad«* in the market, rectitin of the Misses Maud ami
vided you find more nourishment In
Any pet entered must be in a but in time he. lost most of it until Dorothy Snider.
poetry than tn beefsteak. The hours
or on leash; there should be now he has become a slave to his
of labor are determined by an adjust
of ribbons; banners 1 passion for excitement, which he sat-
The topic for the prayer meet
ment between wbat we want and what
ing of the society next Sunday
might be used with 1 isfies.
we are willing to work for, and the
There hav«* b«*en some traders who evening will be “When is Cour
hope of leisure can spring only out good effect. Numbers (place in
stopped when they made a big age Needed?” Miss Anna Mui
of a confidence tn the ability of col parade) will be sent to the lo-
but they are few and could key will lead. The society meets
lective brains to provide facilities by
i every Sunday evening at 6:30 at
which a man may do more with less
• the Kern Park Christian church.
effort, says World’s Work. The only may get them beftire Saturday
way to provide these facilities is by
tock speculation is like a big clock |
W. C. T. U. NOTES
Increasing the margin of production ities specificiallv state that the
It swing.-, back and forth, ’ The Mt. Scott W. C. T. U. met
over consumption, for It Is that mar )in< of march will b«- protected
making and breaking traders, l<-aving with Mrs. I. F Coffman, 6116
FRESH AND SMOKED
gin which provides the capital for In so that parents may not hesitate
in splendor one day only to 92nd street Tuesday p. m. April
t > allow their children to take
MEATS AND FISH
drag them to poverty later. Andrew ..
| <». Among those present was
part in the exhibit. Further' in
Carnegie often said that he never
The death of Professor Garner will formation may be had at any of
Mrs. Gilbert, County President.
knew a man who has made a fortune
probably end practically the peculiar h«- branches or at central library.
She urged that we put forth spec
Vegetables find Frnitw
in speculation and kept it.
My advice to the layman would be ial effort to raise the Jubilee
simians and their language to which
Hutter und E uiíh
not to speculate in stocks, as it takes fund also to secure new members
he had devoted his life. His theories
given S urprise apr . I the man with a big capital to play until our quota for both is met.
met with more ridicule than belief,
She spoke quite at length on the ■
right, and oftentimes they lose.
which, however, is In itself no argu
Phone Tabor 2573
effort being made to secur«
On Sundey, Apri I 4, M rs. A. E.
ment against them, as ridicule Is the
E. Kenworthy. 8911 53rd avenue,
Kern Park. C. E. Society
5919 Ninety-second Street.
lot of all advanced ideas and theories.
was most delightfully surprised
The Kern Park C. E. Society
But their subject did not excite more
than a mild interest. Considering the by the Kenworthy families, who will hold its regular monthly and 66th avenue met with a
vast amount of talk in the world brought a splendid dinner, all business meeting at the home of
painful accident Saturilay night
now, the addition to its unprofitable cooker, to celebrate her birthday, Arthur
66th April 3, being hit by an automo
stock by a monkey language, was
street, one block north of Powell
not looked upon as either needed or < < iicious birthday cake, decorat Valley road, next Friday evening bile on 82nd street near Foster
ed with the correct number of April 16. Every member is road, while he was on his way to
Fortunately he was
candles, which was the center of urged to be present. Fifteen Lents.
The tailor shop once used by Andrew t ie table attraction. Those pre members of the Kern Park C. E. thrown far enough to escape be
Johnson, In Greenville, Tenn., is to be sent included Mr. and Mrs. O. N. society met with the Arleta Bap ing run over, though he was
seroiusly injured.- The
moved to the courthouse grounds in Kenworthy, Mr. and Mrs. W. (!.. tist society last Sunday evening. quite
order to make room for a finer build J. \ ., A. I), and A. E. Kenwor These union meetings arc- a man whose machine struck him
took him to a nearby physician
ing, but apparently It Is to be pre thy and Ella, Lloyd an«l Lucile
great help to the society, as it who gave him treatment. Mr.
served and not destroyed — merely Kenworthy.
gives th«- members a chance to Porter had a bad bruise on his
moved and not demolished. Out in
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ravburn see what others are doing.
Edmonton, Alberta, the relics of tl<- < •’ Portland were dinner guests
forehead on the right side. He
past are not treated so kindly. The
is now abb- to go back to work.
• fr. ami Mrs. E. L. Ravburn.
last moldering ruins of the Hudson 8,09 56th avenue Saturday eve-
At the I.auel wood Congrega
Lieutenant Hex Stoner, son of
Bay company's fur post. In the shadow iing April 10.
tional church next Sunday morn •Mr. anil Mrs. Geo. Stoner of 7411
of the present capitol, has been re
ing the pastor, .Mrs. J. J. Hand- 69th avenue, arrived home last
moved. Thus Edmonton's oldest land LENTS P.-T. A. WILL
tirevalue and should have
saker. will use L»r her theme Tuesday morning on a short fur
a prominent place on every
MEET THIS P. M. AT Í
“Our Conception of God.” After lough from his post at Kelley',
table. But quality is an impoi •
the morning service last Sunday field on the Border, where he it
The kitchen distillery constructed
tant feature to watch.
of a couple of milk bottles and some
th«: congregation met in Lucky billeted in an air plane corps.
tin cans has been held by revenue au ! at the school house at 3 p. rn. Cottage for a fellowship dinner, Lieut. Stoner left yesterday, for
thorities not to be a still in the legal Friday. April 16, at which time following
which the regular the South.
meaning of the term, and anyone who I the following program will be
•ver tried to drink anything r-oncocted given: Song. Miss Evarts'
in one of these domestic trouble-breed Selection, school orchestra led by
adds greatly to the tast i ness
ers will heartily agree with the reve Miss Loretta Chapman; Song
of the meal, and we always
Miss Stella Smith's class. Dis
have plenty, both creamery and
cussion, Mrs. J. S. Chapman, for-
An English woman known as “The 1 ier president of the Portland P.
Comer Ninety-first and Carline
country made. Cheaper
Silent Wife," having failed to obtain 'I'. A. council, on the four millage
grades tor cooking.
a divorce will tell about It through the tax measures. The parent-teach
Where you can get a good
American newspapers. We think she r organizations are bending
Home Cooked Dinner, one
would find it more profitable to can every effort to secure publicity
the literature and come to America for the mcasu res.
that you will relish.
Have your car attended
now and get ready for
those fishing trips and
picnics. See us for new
or second-hand Fords.
Eagle - Garage
JI. D. Kenworthy & Company
First-class Service given
Day or Night
Close Proximity to Cemeteries
Enables us to hold Funerals
at a Minimum Expense
5802-4 92nd St.
Eggiman’s Meat Market
Freshest Eggs and j
Finest Butter JJ
Butter and eggs
have a highly nutri-
Rich, delicious butter
The Lents Delicatessen Shop
and just let the married men look at
The more rent a landlord charges
the more Income tax he will have to
The additional earnings re-
qulred to meet the rent raise, how
ever, will also have to pay additional
tax. The revenge may be sweet, but
It Is not a practical relief.
Alaska was bou -ht nt a bargain price
several years ago. but^ook what It’s
costing the government to build IU
railroad up there now.
This country Is going to get over all
this uproar about grub and duds, hut
it may touch some new ground In
H Dolson Has Modem Dairy.
H. Dolson. dairyman of Fos
ter road, has found his milking
machine, installed last November r
to be very satisfactory. Bv its
use his herd of 50 cows can be '
milked in one and one half hours. |
I he buckets used with the ma- I
chine are of German silver, each
having a capacity for 70 pound.
<>f milk. Mr. Dolson says that
the cows, after once becoming*
used fo t||,. mechanical device, I
appear to like it better than th«-
human hand, there being no un
due strain or pressure. Mr. I)ol- !
Min is extending his business by
starting a route iu the city.
Our eggs come in fresh
HOME MADE EIES AND CAKES
¡F made FKESH EVERY DAY
every day—right from the
poultry farms. And wc
MRS. W. A. ASH
charge no more than you would
pay elsewhere lor in«
M. & R. MARKET
5927 Ninety-second Street, Lents
Téléphoné Orders Given Prompt Attention
Meats, Groceries, Fruits and Vegetables
If it’s good to eat we have it
77ie place that gives
the Creen Stamps...
2 18 1
Lents Mercantile Co.
Phone: Tabor 1141
5805 92nd St.
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