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LENTS STATION. PORTLAND, OREGON. FRIDAY, FEB. 23, 1522
Ar. Organized Lents
COM UNITY SPIRIT
VOL. XX, No. 8
M • M. L. T. H.dden will present man talk.
L DIM “A L D f C M h
deprrtment, Libia »’udy and
TL* young lud.es' class ef the Bap
/A. L 1\ 1 * ‘ / « JUZ
Ci rlitlin eftlzt' shlp to the members t at church will give a supper S itur-
«nd friends of th' Mount Scott W.'day evening from 6:30 to 7:8®, fol-
| C. T. U. n an alLdr.y meeting at the lowed by a good program.
D.. IL Atoofd h » been ill recently Ik me of Mrs Elva Echeuerm:ji, 6017 ( Sunday even ng, March 5, Rev.
4J»th street, Tuaaday, February 28.1 Cl.es. Rutherford of Deccan, India,
with the giippe.
Editor, The Mt. Scott Herald:
horse-back ride We saw a I'.orsj
Within t o limo limit sot J. F.| u««’n»!< tn of laterals that will bring
Gilbert school was close I Tuesd » bogln.r nx at 10:80 a. m. Pot-luck will give hi« experiences in the re
t>,at ha<i d:«* of starvation
jW.ej compuny has coinpht <1 the
Foster Read Extension
work there for the last seven years clal delivery letter postmarked at Ar. »retched hi man beings were tearing
Foster Ro id trunk eeier and accept
’ Icta containing $4 00 in currency,,,ke ^®*h with the:r hands end eat-
Th« statutory time limit in which nue, is very sick.
and Fuel company ce‘umod February Do not m'ss this wonderful treat.
ance will probably be made by the to ill« court action against the pro-
from “A Friend of Little Children.“ ®Z
«'«••• m >st repulsive sight.
Chatter Ciesllnaki has entir.'ly re- 15 from a trip te Un’ontown, Waah.,
Outside the Windows
i wish to acknowledge receipt of
city next veek. Shen finished the pOM'J Foster Road extension from covered from a had cold.
wher? he purchaa«*d a carload, 18
'this through the columns of youri “All day long »e can hear the wail»
50th and Powell Valley through the
$321«,000 job Tuesday mvning.
V'etoria Airola is digging a c-ss- iwad, of fine g«M>ng». None of the
paper, as I have no way of kno . inj and grozns of little children outside
wooded section to 52nd and Foster pool at his home, 6719 50th avenue horseai, Mr. Steel says, «re over six
The seoei is a little more than
sent this, I t:Ust th'S im. our office building in hope we can
Road expired at 5 p. in., February
Jefferson H'gh defeated Franklin ) «ara, and they are all without blem
mile i in length, and 's a l»rr ranging
If the Kin
to the attention of the one end will pick them up.
21, ami no action had bien filed. The High al basketball Monday after- ish.
from 36 inohes to 78 inch's inside
ance>, weather statistics, Washington whoae generosity enables us to g.vo »***'*• a little while they quiet down,
assessments for this improvement mon.
diameter. Th’« great drain Lea un
When it rains they begin again. One
have now been placed on the lien
F. F. Footer io now working no a lice station February 16 and booke I repor s, ant particularly, «tverything at least seventy-five meals to some
derground at an average depth of 24
> t-‘" rain turn« I to snow and it
night watchman at the Pacific Brldg for investigation following episo-les
fact, the etcavation having ranged
a,t " to thcm- The
It is thought the entire Improve- company.
in Ix-nts bus n as places and streets
from S6 feet to 20 feet in depth. It
__ 2 just
"__ _ re.
terror that came into the
a Loa Angeles phor
she 1 had
ment of Foster Road
from 50th and
W. I.. Hoff, 6127 87th »be?’, lui!
She received $12.75 each" for a letter from Dr. Mabel ‘Ell ott, who>eneral •■a
pla nly pereep’ibk-
wxtenda from Slxty-aecond street to
Powell Valley Road to 82nd and Fos- a nanny goat which gave blr’.t te ished a loaded revolver and mado firm, f
the ead of Ninety-second street.
I’petairs, and I h3d the windov.«
»er will be unopposed and
threat« to kill.
fuui kid. last week.
Spring is here. Everyore in Men van. The following p •ra^hp’-.s .re clcsal. They well knew what a night
The contract was awarded Mr. Shea improvement will be stalled within
During the IHnees of Anthony
ou. in the snow would mean to them.
seems to be getting his ground a pert of what she read me:
July i, 1921, but actual work on the th« next two months and finished I
Schultz, night foreman of The Jour
We are picking them up as fast as
project was not tegun until Septem within the next six months.
nal's meilfng room, E. V. Gibson is
p-ss.bie, but it would be fatal to
the job Monday morning.
Lor SO. as the contractor’s equipm n*.
tents Trunk Newer De»elo; ssi nts
«•ib.nituting for Mm. Both men are
Mr. and Mrs. I. I’urviance are Mt. Scott roxidentk.
Jeans and Burbank’s hullcre oats, of the Near East Relief. We have crowd them to such a point where we
was lied up in the construction of
At ihe meeting of pnqierty own
would lose even those we already
the Balch creek sewer. The peak of ers from without the city limits, held among the many Ment< ne pe pie
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Freis'nger Chickens are beginning to lay well 852 cases in the hospital The chtl-
; dreu are dy.ng in all corntrs of Use Lave >n the orphanage.
activities was ranch'd about Oetobe at ti>« City Hall February 17, it was who have recently installed electric 2nd baby are in Chicago where they again.
rail *v Mai yours,
Mr. Johnson is making plans for city.
IS, when 275 men were employed. unanimously dmided not to enter ity a* a household help.
wor- called by the death of Mrs.
large extension to his house. He
Eatin- Horse Flesh
J. J. HANDSAKER,
Practically nil of the time of con into the proposed aaaerament for the
The Epworth l-oague baaketbrll FroDingar’a mother.
expects to install the most up-to-date
“Sunday afternoon we went for a‘
struction three shifts of mm wen Izn « trunk sewor. Accordingly th?, team of lents M. E. church met a
Henry Werth haa given J. E. Her
employe<l. AI out 13 days were loot city's plane will b« am-ndvd, a small I Sellwood tram in Woodmere school be» an order for 10,000 white-faco electric appliances, including range,
ATrEMPT TO ROB
I Portland Crematorium chapel.
because of bed weather, but despite er bore sewer will h- nd'oeated. an I gym i ecent I y and will meet the First brick for the new Werth building at washer, ironer and heater.
CORNELL— February 18, David F.
thia and the delay in beginn'ng, Str. « a resolution was pass«-J by the nun-1 Church quintet at Tb<mpson school Arlota.
Cornell, late of 7503 61st avenue,
tier«, is a good b-)os‘.er for Mentone.
Shea has finished the project more ell yesterday to th« effect that M Fcbiuary 28.
Ixsuis Breidenbach, nephew of Geo.
Wh n employes of the Monta villa
aged 62 years, husband of Emma
than within a week within the origi property owner from without the city
L. W. Sauers has taken the plac Nehi-r. haa accepted the job of jani-
M. Cornell and father of Mrs. J. F.
around his place. He is also con Saving Bank opened the doors yes-
nal time limit, ft was the expecta limit« be permitted to connect witl 'd E. A. Kelly at the meat mirk?t I tor-in-chief at the Herald plant.
Valentine, Mrs. N. I. Farnsworth,
tion of city offieia's that a consldera- th- sewer.
near 3Mth and Foster Road. Mr. end
that during the night the outer safe Mrs. F. B. Million, all of Portland,
Lie extension of time would have to
City Hnl' effirirls
Mrs Sauers and baby have moved
Lenta Baptist Church
l’aul Bunyan hz returned from door had been cut open with rn aeety-l and Larence E. Cornell of El Y)on>-
be «Gloved for the completion.
lente trun'c ne uer, to cost a million into a house at 5X31 42nd street.
Sunday school» at 9.45, M Flier, Californ:a where he was stacking rai- lene torch. The inner door had not
do, Colo. Funeral services were
City Fngineer l.surgaarri'a rati- do'lars, will be started in 1922 and
The monthly institute of the Mult general superintendent. Preaching sins. He has finished his fall plow- i*en reached. The metal was still] conducted Tuesday at 2. Conclud
mate on the cast of the sewer was finished towards the end of 1923. nomah County W. C. T. U. was held service at eleven; subject, “The Joy ] ing and has his famous yoke of oxen warm, indicated that the robbers had' ing services at Mount Scott Park
$403,000 Through controversies that Thr icwer vili connect with the prer- with the Woodstock union, Thursday, of Salvation and Service.” Juniors
on psuiture near Stockton. Cal. Paul been disturbed in their work but a
arose over bids, a situation was ere-1 ent Foster Road trunk newer st the February 16. The women occupied at three: leader, Marie Henry. Se
has purchased a number of acres at short time before. At two yesterday EDDY—At the family home, 550'!
ated wherein Mr. Shea offered to do end of 92nd »treet and follow John* the morning in aewing for the Mult niora at 6JO; leader, Mias Louise
65th street, Charles T. Eddy, age 1
■ Jon's station and expects to log it afternoon the police had announce)
the woik at a price of approximately I son creek bed to the river, or John- nomah county hoapital. finishing Merritt. Baptism at 7:30. Captain
65 years, husband of Mrs. Cather
soon. He is confident that PoPrt- ] no hot traps.
$16,000 leee than hie original bld, and • ron creek l.rd to E.’isti.torrlaid ard several slips, gowns, and other tiny Bf-rton F. Bronron, chaplain of the land and Oregon will have the 1925 ]
ine Eddy, father of Mrs. George
ww> sec pt rd "nie contract - r..
cc from there, through s tunorl to ‘.lie garments for the babies, and the res’; 159th Inf., Vancouver Barracks, will
Frost, Jr., of this dty, and C. C.
DANIEL B. C1.ARX DEAD
(Fair, end that the location will be at
<■ aa $320,000. but there are r-tras In river.
taken home by members.
preach. Come and hear this overseas Rocky Butte.
Eddy, residing in Seattle, Ws»h.
Daniel B. Clark, 9518 57th avenue,
Member of Multnomah camp No.
“We sincerely hope It will not be
died at 9:00 p. m. February 22 at
Pilli.1C SERVICE COMMISSION
77, W. O. W. The funeral services
Good Samaritan hospital. He was
noceaaary to resort to such extrema
CHAIRMAN MAKES STATE
took place at 2, Wednesday. In
' action, ns there is no valid or reas
79 years, nine months, 26 days. He
MENT REGARDING IT
terment, Mt. Scott Park cemetery.
onable excuse for non-complianc"
was a Pennsylvanian and served in
Chairman Williams of the Public . with the law, as thia act protects the,
a wee. tiny puppie. It is just old, three hours completed the program. a Pennsylvania regiment during the
Africa, December 16. 1921. enough to be takes from its mother ‘
Service comm'asion gives out the fol j operator to the same extent it pro
Civil War. He was past junior vice
I have roasting ears for supper to It is part either 9C Be: nard or Coliie?) We had brief Christmas exerc'ses' commander of the departnflhit of & C. Holland has taken out a permit
lowing stat' ment relative to delin tects the public, and Is mutually ben
to erect a one-story residence, to
quencies under the “Truck and Pas- i fclnl.
night. Of course it is only field corn, It is a dear little roly-poly thing.] ■Saturday mora.ng, followed by the! Oregon G. A. R-, and a member of
cost $2000, at 6509 41st avenue.
•engvr for Comp« nsilion” act, to the
•The law aS pass I'd chargee the sweet corn won’t grow here, but it H's name is laddie. I don’t be so distribution of gifts. The program Reuben Wilson post, of which he had
commission with the enforcement of is yood nevertheless. And it is cheap. lonely now if I have a dog here. Just opened with scripture reading aivi1 served as chaplain. The body will Mrs. Mary Wilsorson, repair resi
dence, 9003 68th avenue; builder, !..
“The comeiisi on has cnieavored tol each and even one of its provisions, It costs 5 or 6 cents a dozen in this Kfle«- I bought Laddie (for 80 cents pray er, and then there were some ! be buried in Multnomah cemetery.
give notice to all operators and own-] and we have n> other alternative money which would be a little more American) some natives came along songs, music by our band, and an
M. S. Emery, repair shed, 3200 E.
era of commercial passenger and ] then to fulfill our obligation to the than 2 cents in American coinuge. I I with two baby parrota, only about original stunt by some of the boys.;
Community Meeting Tonight
53rd street; bui dlrc,eas;m
freight ;uit »motive conveyances oper state. The law is plain and specific got seven nice large tomatoes for 4 three or four days old. I bought The best thing was a song by 15 of
A meeting of the business men of
53Td street; builder, same; $25.
ating over the public highways of in that any individual, firm or cor cants, or less than 2 cents American them for 20 cents American. I am the little children between three and Lents who are organized to secure
I have taught my boy (cook) to fe ding them as I used to feed the five. The gifts this year were very better fire and police protection will; W. M. Becker, erecting residence.
the state for comp«nsatlon as to ths poration transporting |>crsuni or
5306 81st street; builder, J. F. Staf-
provisions of the new law governing property by automotive conveyance« make Brown Betty out of bananas. . babj canaries, on bread and milk, I nice and the people were pleased. be held in the I. 0. 0. F. banquet hallj jorf
such vehicles. During the first week for compensation over any public It surely is fine. Almost better than -tc. Also 1 have ordered two kittens The smaller girls all got dolls, nice tonight, starting at eight. A lunch
in January official notice was given lighway shall first procure a license with apples. And bananas ar> get i from a white settler, and have asked ones, too. The boys _ got balls, ham- will be served.
to such »-lid operators and owner-1 from this commission
ting cheaper, too. Uist Friday when the natives to catch a baby monkey mere, blocks, mouth-organs, etc. The
L. M. Olsaver, for Robt. Hess, at 9833
through newspapers of general and Exempli« ns Must He Pasaed hy Com- the Rees family was here to dinner, | for me. So I hope some day to have men got scarfs, knives or books, and
57th avenue, $40.
local circulation throughout the state,
] I had two chickens. They were about s zoo of my own. Shall I bring them the women mostly a piece of cloth
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. M. Olsaver, for JI. O. Wood, at
aa to the ins’ructions of the com-
Th«' law further provides that cer half grown. And I only paid 20 cent? all home when I come?
for a garment. They surely were ex-|
L. Hagerman, 4824 65th street,1 9659 57th avenue, $35.
mission, provisions of the law, an I tain rural operators or owners not on American for them both.
cited when the gifts wuV being
February 7, a daughter.
Phillips & Bressie, for Mr. Winches
the effective date of same. Copie« a conimeicial basis, may, under defi-
Now since school has closed I am
given out. Alice Virginia received a
BERTRAND—To Mr. and Mrs. R.
Christmas is over, but part of the
ter, at 4620 60th street, $65.
of the law, together with rules and nite conilitionx, be exempted from the ¡taking time to practice my guitar and
(little pink knit cap and pair of pink
Bretrand, 6028 E. 62nd avenue, C. L. Dearlove, for M. H. Gahson. at
regulations of the commission were requirement« of such law, hut such violin. The natives are quite taken I eelehration is yet to come. Saturday bootees.
l night we all went to Ronds for the
| I 6441 94th street, $10.
forwnrded to the county clerks and exemption must be obtained through ¡with my guitar especially.
After this we had big khana or] February 9, a son.
] Christmas tree. It is not the kind
county courts of the various counties the medium of the commission. There'
dinner out in the yard. It was like] McMAHON—To Mr. and Mrs. H. Me- Peninsula Elec. Co., for E. C. Morgan,
of Christmas tree I am used to hav the one we had on the first of April. | Mahon, 5141 67th avenue, Febru
nt 5619 70th street, $18.
of the stale. Aa a consequence there is no minimum or maximum limit set]
There have been several things of ing. It had shiny green leaves and
ary 17, a son.
American Elec. Wks., for O. J. Jones,
of few, if any, of such operators an<t as to the number of trija a vehicle
Igsst sweet smelling white blossoms. It
LOURANCE—To Mr. and Mrs. P. A.
at 6619 Powell Valey Road, $10.
owner« failed to get thia information shall or »hall not make over the high interest occurred recently.
night we hud an earthquake. It was so large we had to cut it off rice, 70 pounds of puries (a kind of
Elec. Co., for Mrs. Barnes, 5218
even in the most isolated districts of way, but e:ich and every :«uch con
wian't very serious. But it scared to gel it in the room. The older bread), some curry, tomatoes, etc.
ruary 16, a son.
63rd avenue, $.30.
veyance operating over th«' public
JACOBSEN—To Mr. and Mm. A. R. Cooper Elec. Co., foi G. W. Betts,
“The attitude of the public officials, highways of the state for the pur- me. The whole house shook and pic people here do not exchange gifts but
An Indian Christmas Dinner
tures on the wall rattled. They have each gives to the children. So I was
Jacobsen, 7819 55th avepue, Feb
at 5835 E. 52nd street, $50.
the public and the operators, gener poso of carrying pas :engers or
much surprised to receive an apron |
ruary 9, a son.
C. L. Dearlove, for P. K. Peterson, at
ally, we are glud to say, signified freight for compensation, regardless some quite severe ones here.
from Dorothy Rond, and a plate and ■ and Miss Baird over to eat Christmas
3927 52nd street, $55.
Night, and ■ Wild Animal
their dose cooperation with the com of the number of trips made, comes
from the Hoyt boys, also some dinner with us. We didn’t have an
L. M. Olsaver, for W. A. Koller, at
mission in the enforcenwnt of this within the restrictions of this act.
Then Monday night 1 was awak
c'aborate meal, but we enjoyed be
9644 57th avenue, $30.
new law; but there has developed re- This include» for hire cars and trucks ened by the sound of an animal just animal cookies from Dorothy Rees. ing together. We had a bunch of PARKER—The funeral service for
Elec. Co., for J. R. Robin
cently a noticeable failure on
aa well as stages «nd truck lines. Th«> outside my window. It was breath
real poinsettas in the center of the
son, at 5611 Foster Road, $110.
part of some of the owners and op- commiaaion does not, however, regu ing heavily and was close sgainst the have not yet reached me. They may table. Our menu consisted of soup,
51st avenue was held February 18.
erators of commercial cars, under the late motor vehicles carrying freight house. As soon as I got awnko conic , up tomorrow. _ However, I did chicken fixed with biscuit and gravy,
Concluding service, Mt. Scott ceme G. W. Rouse Elec. Co., for Mr. Pur
cell, at 2620 48th street, $60.
P- ' mashed potatoes, baked beans, cauli
purview of this act, to comply with or pa songe is for hire exclusively enough to know much. I realized R
*nd ,a «W of “*•
of flower, sliced tomatoes, lettuce, mock THOMPSON—Frank Clyde Thomp Star Elec. Co., for C. W. Harvey, at
within a city.
was a a cow.
cow. I I don
don ’ ’ t t know
4417 61st street, $15.
nd thp fuany ’ crwnve<ry
“Further, the law has no bearing (made llle get up and go to the window, ’J® >’®ar y m**‘'.n,r'
Penalty for Failure
son, 6618 Whitman, February 15,
from an n-
twra-N th---------- -
. mL'T’1””"* di.n fruit, and pudding.
71 years; angina pectoris.
_> Then we
“The commission has at all times,
was addressed to me, and the inner
i had chocolate fudge with peanuts in STO ESSEL — Xavier Stoessel, 580.1
since ths first announcement, been and has only to do with the use of but I did. And theie, not six feat
for F. H. Smith, 6409 83rd
away, was a wild animal crouched
59th avenue, February 8; 77 years
I it, salted peanuts we fixed ourselves,
ready and prepared to take care of
That is the first time I ever knew I
1 street, $140.
all applications. While there have commercial automotive conveyance«, and following the cow. I watched it was Mrs. Rogers.
and some little raspberry candies we
PARKER—Olive Edith Parker, 7014 Stark-Davis Co. for M. Evans at 6103
bought. I guess we had enough.
been some delays by reason of in and the protection of the pcraon and for a full minute and then I happened
And now for Sunday. We had our
to think of the small shot gun I had
51st avenue, February 16, 34 year»; | 85th street, $15.
vestigations and other details con property of the public.
Baby la Consecrated
J. R. Widmer for Mary M. Bis well
nected with the general program,
Sunday morning Alison preached a REATEY—5417 69th street, Febra-1 at 6119 86th street,
_ $90. „ ,
been shooting hawks and had left the
there is not necessity for further de
Christmas sermon, and at the close
Foster Road. $60.
lay or failure to file applications.
Funeral services eon- A,aska P,umber’’ for Jay Defoe, at
but let their people come we had a little consecration service
This act carries a penalty for fail club's basketball team defeated the living room, got "the gun and went no services
Thi.re"were b^twe^TTsOo' and i for
H s~med 8uch * fit'
ducted Wednesday at 2. at the ,
59th avrnue' *240'
ure to observe or comply with the Arleta team on Franklin High gym back to my bedroom. But the gun to ua. T2------------ ------------ —.
i ting time for a public dedication of ________________________ -__________ , H. H. Jonah. 2435 71st street, $4o.
taw, and th$ rules, order and de nasium floor Sunday afternoon, 33 to
last night but our little darling to the Lord. Sun- a long engagement is not wise. The C. B. Comstock for Geo F. Ehlen, at
cisions of the commission, which Is 15. The visitors are big and strong, If I had had a knife handy to have turned to their homes
The~day "follow- day «ft«™«”* durinK the Sunday two couples and some of their friends
6035 62nd avenue, $250.
ra follows, to-wit: •• • • shall be
: school hour we had the Christmas met in the drawing room of the big F. L. Lent, 8216 51st avenue, $60.
mnl and it had charge,L I would ing Christmas is always sports day. i ! ----------------
guilty of a misdemeanor and punish their smaller, lighter competitors.
----------- ----------- . It was very simi- bungalow. Miss Baird and the ma- N. W. Pipe Co,, for A. Boyd Will-
have shot. So 1 »cared it instead. It So again they gathered, a larger
able by a fine not exceeding $1000
I lar in nature to the ones we have at tron of the orphanage made a few
iams, at 5603 56th street, $275.
i sn’t Fool 'Em
or by imprisonment in the county jail
home, consisting of exercises and remarks on the sacredness of mar-(C. M. Luton, for Mrs. Wilson, at 5032
The next morning early, I was, heathen came to take part in the
Two negroes wore engaged in con-
not exceeding one year, or by both
The children don’t always
Then 99th street, $60.
venation when one of them bccame out looking at tracks. Rut the ground, sports. First a tall pole having at keep on the pitch, but they make up ringe and then we had prayer.
such fine and imprisonment.’
gifts. N. W. Pipe Co., for Mrs. Anna Hy-
“Our duty to the publie and those very much annoyed by the persiat- was linked so hard (it is the dry sea-lit* top a box containing one hundred in volume what they lack in har the young people exchanged
The young men gave the girl« a
land, at 6412 85th street, $80.
son) that we couldn't tell what it was. I cents was greased carefully and the
who have made application and filed ent attention of a large fly.
handkerchief, silver ring and
some L. D. Taylor, for W. F. Boatner, at
PPaul declared it «’a» a leopard, Ho boys tried to climb it. The success
"Sam, whut kin’ a Dy am dis?"
their obligations prompts us to in
Indians' Engagement Cereasoay
sweets, and the girls gave
them 6542 55th at-eRue, $130.
ward says it was a jacknl, and Mr ful one obtained the cents as a prise.
“Dat am a hone fly."
sist »hat all psTnsna, corporations or
Yesterday we had the engagement handkerchief^. Then the band pl aye 1 A. L. Howard, for P. A. Hill, at 7031
Hoyt Naid it might have been a hy Next was a sack race for boys. This
“Whut am a hoes fly?’’
associations, subject t > the provisions
84th street, $250.
“A hose fly am a fly whut busses i ena. But this I know,—it was some was followed by a bottle race for for the couples who are to be mar and it wes all done. They are to be
of thia law, file in thia office at the
girls. They put empty bottles on ried next Saturday. They make all married next Saturday afternoon, W. A. Dean, for J. Reylalans, at 2709
earliest pcssble date, their appli ’round cowe an’ hoses an’ Jackasses
“Variety is the spice of life." I their heads and ran a certain dis arrangements for the wedding but end another hig dinner will follow.I 71st street, $45.
“You ain’t makin' out for to call
cations, as o»hsr., lae it will be neces
sure having the variety alright, tance without touching their hands do not have the engagement proper One of the men is our servant who J. W. Ixmney, for Jas. Clock, at 3016
sary fnr vs to call upon the various me no jackass?
55th street, $350.
with earthquakes, animals to the bottle. Then came a shooting until a few days before the marriage, has been a widower for two years.
"No, I ain’t makin’ out for to call together
peace officeis throughout the state
C. Walker, at 5823 84th street,
to take action to force compliance you no
Magazine.)' tinues in the pets I have. I "Bought large wrestling match lasting two or'siderod as binding as marriage and cf a real home again.
dem boss fliea."—Forbes ?*
with the law.
FOSTER ROAD TRUNK
OF LiTlLE CHILDREN”
Christmas, 1921, In Africa and India