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LENTS STATION, PORTLAND, OREGON, FRIDAY,
10R !HE YOUNG FOLKS
they are, don’t you think they
ARI.ETA TO HOLD COMMUNITY ST. PETER'S CATHOLIC CHVRCU
the best treatment?”
The boy did not answer for a mo
Tho decorations of ths altars for
ment, then he »aid, “i spose they do,
A Scholar’» Morning Prayer.
The prugram for the community Raster called forth much, praise.
mass meeting to be held in Arieta Banka of potted and cut flowers Upon the morning stillness.
When you say
’please,’ and ’thank you’ to Joe’s
The little school bell sounds.
school, April 28, at 8, is as follows. almost smothensi the entire sane-
mother and to Billy's, is it because
Orchestra, Arieta school; report from turary. Mrs. Grsssena was In charge. And calls us to our studies,
you think their mothers are better
To school where work abounds.
Plans are tentatively being made
child’s labor commission. Mrs. W. L.
than your mother, or their sisters
Wilson, re|M>rt from woman's protec for the proposed new churrh. Whether Dear lord, receive our offering,
better than your sister?"
The day for us liegun,
tive bureau, Mr». Sadie Orr Dunbar; the entire structure will be completed
Carrol started up. “Well, I guess
not—not for one minute. And if any
court of domestic relations, Mrs. Ada at ones or the first unit finished will > Its tasks, its toils will comfort,
fellow says so—” he doubled up his
*Twaa “all for Jesus” dont.
Jolly; girl’s glee club, Franklin high depend on the financial ability of the
fists and his eves flashed.
school, “What Our Churches Have parishioners.
Mama smiled. “Then, why not treat
The poster ia aeehing far and wide : We think of thia— oh, surely.
Done in One Year,” Mrs. Edna Hall;
them to your very bool manners, son ?
The thought with strength ¡1 You want to be a gentle
"Have Our Schools Succeeded?" 1. A for a half dozen of teaching Staters
don't you? Who is the
_J very nicest
Melcndy, "Improvements Pending," to take charge of the parochial school
gentleman you know, ^e:
Chari«« M. R om ; “What Can Wo which will be erected as soon aa a It winds a charming halo
Around each victory bought;
Do?" 8. F. Ball; “Our School Situs- teaching staff is svallable. Owing to
tion, "Why, papa, of esurae.”
Hot," Frank L. Shull, school director; the greatest demand in the history of
“Then, why not try to be like pa-
i>a? He never foi-gets
‘i to say those
With many u pang oft won;
Boys’ glee club, Franklin high school. the Chuivh in the state« for nun«
little words you think »
immediate succe«« to problematical. But oh, the joy of knowing
—then why should yoa? If he ssks
Woodcraft Circle Tonight.
Twas “all for Jesus” done.
The card party of last Saturday
you to pass the bread, he always say
The regular meeting of Woodcraft was a very pleasant affair. Sixty
‘please* and then ‘thank you,' doesn’t
circle No. 596 will be held Friday persona occupied playing tables.
Then with our hearts all glowing,
evening, April 28. - All members are
“But he always napembers, mama,
Our eyas on Jesus turned.
The Easter offerings showed a
I don’t believe he ever forgets, as I
««quested to be prevent, aa business ( greet Increase over last year’s; in We make our little offering,
said Carrol with a sigh that
of importance la to be transacted.
And know His smile we’ve earned. seemed
fact, the parish income steadily
to come from the toes of his
A »hurt entertainment will bo given | grows.
We go with loving fervor.
stubby brow n shoes.
immediately after th« regular moot
To study, write, to fun.
“Do you know why he never for
The present rectory ha» been sold
gets, laddie? Well, first, because he
with two adjacent lota to M Henry, And when the day is over,
knows that his very best manners
launch own will be served. A num- i a moat worthy member of the parish.
’Twas “all for Jesus” done
.ought to be for those he loves best,
her of visitor» from other circle« are ’
and secondly, because be has always
H Aim ST NOTICES.
expected. At our last meeting Neigh
used these words. You see. Grand
bor» White, Orton and Puyton had
mother Day always teamed on them,
Sunday school, 9:45. Good music
The importance of small things has so he has been used to them since
charge of the entertainment and
1 and claaaea. Church worship, 11; been pointed out by philosophers over childhood. If he had not been trained
so carefully, he might sometimes for
The entertainment consisted of a 1 pastor’s theme, “God’s Judgments." and over again from Aesop down- get.”
potato race, the prises bring awarded ‘
Carrol started up amiling. “Just
8:30; awning services, 7:30. a bad wall,” says a quaint Greek as I did at Billy’s bouse the other
to two young ladies from Monta villa meeting,
muaic and aong service. Sub proverb, which seems to go back to day. I said, ‘Give me some meat,' and
A short prugram of readings and Good
“The Blessed Ufe.”
i cyclojican times
In an old Hindoo you should have seen how they all
music was rendered and then came ject,
The annual business meeting and story Ammi says to his son, “Bring looked at me. And then I told them
the call for luncheon, which consisted
I know how to say *piease‘ all right,
election of of fleers took placo me a fruit of that tree and break it for I thought maybe they would
of chilli con came, rolls, coffee, cook- the
think I didn’t have mnch <>f a mother,
iea and pickles.
re|>ort showed both Sunday school and “Some small seeds." "Break one of and 1 wanted them to know you are
tho church had made a 100 per cent them and what do you see?” "Nothing, just as good as Billy’s mother sny
LENTS SCHOOL NEWS.
increase during the past year. The my lord.” “My child,” said Ammi, day.
‘‘Yes, dear, mothers and fathers
The baseball team «cored an easy church is now self-supporting.
"where you «ee nothing there dwells are often blamed because their chil
victory over the Kellogg aggrega
a mighty tree.” It may almost be dren forget or refuse to do the best
tion Haulier, of the Kellogg team, Star Electric Coaipany Incorporates. qutstioned, whether anything can be they know. Do you see now that if
you are always to remember the little
wat hit hard, while Limbach, for the
Tho Star Electric company has been truly called small.
ways that make life more pleasant,
locals, pitched steady ball.
Lenta incorporated by A. E. Mullineuux, L.
“If then, you wish not to be of an you must practice them at home?”
romped home cheerfully with the It. Mullineuux and C. M. Barlow. The angry temper, do not feed the habit:
Carrol started up, a mischievous
score 15 to 8.
capital stock is 12000 and head throw nothing on it which will in smile on his face as he started for
A praclKgame was played on the quarters at 6338 Foster Road.
crease it: at first keep quiet, and the kitchen, and his mother heard
Lenta school diamond last Friday
count the *days on which yeu have him say, “Sis, please give me my
with Arista. Lenta won with a «core WiU Have Daily Vacation Bible School not been angry. I used to be in pas cookies. Thank you,” and then she
heard her small son pass on to his
Under the auspices of the district sion every day; now every second play, feeling sure that he would
of 11 to 10. Until the sixth inning
Lents led, then came a nearly dis Sunday school association the Daily day; then every third: then every never forget again—.«elected.
astruua inning. Arieta’« men brought Vacation Bible school will hold ses fourth. But if you have intermitted
IS YOUR NAME HERE?
in one more run than lx>nts had. Ix<nta sions in the Arieta public school build 30 days, make a sacrifice to God. For^
lied the score in the seventh, and did ing from June 20 to July 7. Mrs. J. the habit at first begins to be weak
in Hebrew, means Beloved
not allow Arieta a hit. Lenta put a J. Handsaker is principal; Mrs. W. L. ened, and then is completely de
man on baaea, when Richard Hubler
Susan is Hebrew, a Lily.
stroyed. When you can say, ‘I have
Alma is Ioitin, the Kindly.
put the ball over the left field fence Hollingsworth, publicity chairman. not been vexed today, or the day
Guy is French, the Leader.
for a home run. Earlier in the game Mrs. W. A. Pratten is chairtnan of before, nor yet on any succeeding day
Margaret is Greek, a Pearl.
Selmdian Roth had put one in the the finance committee- Eight churches during two or three months; but I
Job ia Hebrew, the Mourner.
same «pot. As every homer brings an are actively interested in the school. took/care when some exciting things
Rachel is Hebrew, the Lamb.
ice cream cone, both boys received Mrs. Handsaker is now completing happened,’ be assured that you arc
Paul is Latin, the Small One.
Edwin is Saxon, a Conqueror.
theirs from Mrs. Chick.
in a good way."
Lionel, Latin, is a Little Lion.
The girl « of Mnts school played a
"The great man," says Emerson,
Clara is Latin, the Bright One.
game of baseball lust Thursday with
Martin Eberhart to Be Buried.
“is he who in the midst of the crowd
Hugh is Dutch, the Lofty Man.
the Woodmere girls The score was
The funeral of Martin Eberhart of keeps with jrerfect sweetness the ser
Martin is Latin, the Martial One.
Gilbert is Saxon, Bright as Gold.
20 to 30—not in Lent« favor.
Eberhart Bro«., grain and feed mill enity of solitude.”
Jacob is Hebrew, the Supplanter.
The girls in rooms No. 16 and No. men of Potter Road, near Ninety-sec- ' And he closes his conduct of life
Lucius is Latin, the Shining One.
18 have organised volley ball teams. ond, will be held tomorrow at 2 from with a striking allegory. The young
Ernest is Greek, the Serious One.
Other rooms will organise later. the A. D. Kenworthy undertaking mortal enters the hall of the Firms-
Peter is of Ioitin origin, the Rock.
Muliel Dillman in captain of room parlors. Mr. Eberhart died in Emman , ment. The gods are sitting there, and
Eunice is Greek, the Fair Victory.
Florence is Latin, the Blooming
16’« team, and Marie Henry of room uel hospital Thursday morning of i he is alone with them, They pour
blood poisoning, caused by an infec on him gifts and blessings, and beckon One.
Leonard, German name, is Lionlike.
The circus seemed to draw mos^of tion of the hand made three weeks , him to their thrones. But between
Ruth is Hebrew, and means Beauty.
the athletes from Thursday night's ago when a hay hook broke the skin. him and them suddenly appear snow
Sophia is Greek, and means Wis
meeting of boxers and wrestlers, as Interment will be in Mount Scott Park storms of illusions. He imagines him dom.
Arabella is Latin, the Beautiful Al
not many were present.
Mr. Eberhart’s widow, self in a vast crowd, whose behests
There is a contest on book reports Arline, and 5-months-old daughter, he fancies he must obey. The mad tar.
Sai-ah, Hebrew name, means Prin
among the 8B grades of the Port Bemcice, are the immediate surviving crowd drives hither and thither, and cess.
land schools. Pupils arc to give five- relatives.
Rosamond is Saxon, the Rose of
sways this way and that. What is he
minute talks on a book, telling why
that he should resist? He lets him Peace.
Caesar, Latin name, means Hairy
they like it. The children are urged
self be carried about. How can he Man.
to »-rile book reviews. Two of the
think or act for himself? But when
Agatha is a Greek name, the Good
April 18, Jerome Moran, 56, the clouds lift, there are the gods
best are to be selected and read at
tho library, Last year Failing school
Isaac, a Hebrew name, means
still sitting on their thrones; they
stood first and Woodm re second na ton, Canada, and Joseph Moran of alone with him alone.—Citizen.
Oliver is of Roman origin, an Olive
Clare, Mich. Funeral was held Mon
having the best reports,
Tho 8B boys are finishing desk day from St Peter's Catholic church.
J VST HOME FOLKS.
I.ucy is the feminine of the Isatin
At 3933 62d street, on April 2'2,
lamps that they have been making in
Edith and Editha aro Saxon, Hap
“I don’t see why I have to NV
Room 20, the 8B's, won the attend Amanda E. Harmon, father of W. E. •please’ and ‘thank you’ just at piness.
Douglas is Gaelic, signifying Dark
ance record thia month for the seventh of Estacada, Adelin M. Kingsley, H. home.” and Carrol Gray flung him Gray.
self into a chair, a frown on his
and eigth-grade classes. They had
usually placid fo.vhend and nn angry
Daniel is Hebrew, meaning God is
1)6.6 per cent of attendance. The neral services were held Monday in look in nis brown eyes.
James is of Hebrew origin, the
class got out at 2:30 ns a reward. the mortuary chapel. Interment Mult-, He was cross, very cross, indeed,
because big sister, Louise, refused to Bcguiler.
Mrs. Chick, the 8R’s registration nomah cemetery.
give him some of the fresh, delicious
teacher, ia justly proud of her pupils’
cookies she had just taken from the Children Running Streets Become
William S. Harmon,
The funeral of William S. Harmon, oven, when he came in from school
Two moving-picture shows were
as hungiy as a bear.
“Keep the kids off the streets afte
76, of 712.| Fifty-third avenue, was
“He wouldn't say ‘please,’ and ho 8 o’clock,” Mayor George L- Oles of
held Wednesday In the school audi
held from A. D. Kenworthy’s at 2, didn’t thank me for the big slice of Youngstown, O.. advised patents re
torium. Hie afternoon show will begin
April 24. Rev. Mr. Owens officiated bread and jam I gave him awhile cently. "I don’t believe in nrreeting
promptly at 3, and the evening per
ago," Ixiuise explained to her mother the kids for violating the curfew, but
formance at 8. Afternoon admission
who was btisy mending a big tear in the parents.
is 10 cents straight, and the evening
"The time to nip outcroppings of
Amos Wise, who died at the home
"I don’t see why a fellow has
_____ to criminalism and bad citizenship is in
admission is 10 and 20 cents. Mr.
the short-pants stage. I was going
Hunter’s orchestra of 15 or 20 mem-
is at home,” again came tho boy’s to say the short-skirt Stage, too, but
bens will render music in the eve- just south of Kendall station, was defense.
I remember now that some ladies of
ning in addition to the moving-pic- buried in Multnomah cemetery, April
Mamma looked up from her sowing advanced years wear skirts as short
lure entertainment. “Little Shoes" 27, at 11 o’clock. Rev. Mr. Oster offi geavelv. “When would you say ‘please5 as the 10-year-olds. The way parents
and ‘thank you’ dear? Surely you allow their children to roam around
is the feature film, and “Blowout ciated.
say them sometimes, don’t you?”
at night is nothing short of scandal
Rill’s Busted Romance” is the comedy.
"Why, of course. I say them when ous.
Della Re Schuctee.
The proceeds are to be applied toward
I go to Billy’s house or to Joe’s, you
"The streets have become a train
The funeral of 17-year-old Della Re know.”
the purchase of a moving-picture
ing ground for jazz, drunkenness, im
"But why do you say those words, morality of all kinds and disregard
Schuetee, 5704 Forty-fifth avenue,
of the domestic virtues Jf the parents
was held from the Laurlwood Metho then, Carrol?”
“Oh, I—I guess just because the won’t do it the city will put the boys
Lad Emulate« Boid, Bad Man.
rest do. And I guess I know how to and girls to bed at the proper time.
Special Officer C. N. Anderson ar P. M. Hav. Mr. Finley officiated. say them, even if I don’t want to If one patron isn’t enough, we will
have the council buy us several
rested Joe Norton, 9635 Fifty-eighth Many beautiful floral pieces banked bother every time.”
"Listen, dear,’’ and mamma smiled
avenue, April 22, in front of the the casket. Interment was in Mount up into the face of her 10-year-old more."
Grange hall, Lents, as he was ap- Scott Park cemetery.
boy. "Who do you think are your
The wooden brigantine Essex, the
paently about to steal something
heat friends, the people away from
home, or your own folks ? Who loves flagship of the American fleet which
from an automobile. When searched
broke up the slave trade on the west
To Mr. and Mra. W. G. Paynter, 7501 you the most?”
tho boy had some rope, a sledge
Carrol looked down at this ques coast of Africa, is to be Stripped of
hammer and a padlock taken from
, I—I guess home folks." its engines and beached at Duluth as
tho French 4 Bauer circus grounds.
home folks are your best
friends, if they love you better than an armory and station ship for Min
The boy was turned over to the
I can other friends, no matter how kind nesota naval reserves.
APRIL 28, 1922
VOL. X X, No 17
MISS Tl SSEY MARRIED.
Mias Anna D. Tussey, 18, daughter
of Mr and Mrs. F. W. Tussey of the
Rose City Van, and W. Christensen,
28, were married by the Rev. E. H.
Smith of Lents Baptist church, April
20. The young people are building a
home at 8820 Foster road. A wed
ding breakfast was served in the
Tussey home following the wedding.
LENTS BOY’S BODY RECOVERED
Grief stricken University of Ore
gon students Sunday night at 7:10
o’clcck witnessed the recovery of the
Secretary Christian Says His Chief
body of William Poteet, law student,
Has Disapproved of Kluxers.
from Lents, who was drowned late
A Ku Klux speaker in Medford, Or.,
Saturday afternoon when the canoe
having recently asserted that Presi
in which he and William Ralston of
dent Harding was friendly to that or
Portland, capsized in the Willamette
ganization, Mrs. Frank L. Applerate,
a woman of M<dford, wrote to
river, near Eugene.
Will Study Japan.
the president concerning the truth
A dredge scoop, attached to a long
For the next year the Mount Scott
of the statement. She has received Mental Culture club will study Japan. cable, brought up the body 100 yards
the following letter from the presi
At the last club meeting Mrs. W. O. below the scene of the drowning.
Ralston, wo narrowly
“The White House, Washington. Boon read a paper on the industrial
D. C., April 18, 1922.—My Dear Mrs. life of Chicago, and Mrs. S. F. Ball, death, was said to be entirely out of
Applegate: Your letter of April 12 on the city’s educational system. Mrs. danger Sunday night, but he was
to the president is received. You may Ben Leaho and Mrs. J. J. Handsaker almost frantic from grief over the
be very sure that any statement of
death of his companion. Poteet’s
the president's interest in or ap were hostesses.
father, G. W. Poteet, and his two
proval of the Ku Klux Klan is a
brothers, George and E. W. Poteet,
complete and egregious misrepresen
tation of the president’s attitude. In
Under the auspices of the Arieta ' the latter accompanied by his wife,
some quarters it has even been rep Parent - Teacher association. “That! all of Portland, were in Eugene when
resented that the president is a mem
the body was found.
ber of this organization. Not only is Something,” a photoplay, was shoMTl
Practically the entire student body,
that untrue, but the fact in that the in the Arieta public school building
president heartily disapproves of the Wednesday afternoon. School Direc i members of the faculty and many
townspeople spent the entire day
organization and has repeatedly ex tor W. F. Woodward spoke.
pressed himself to this effect. Very
searching for the body. The bank»
I^nts Dry Goods Store in New Hands I of the river were lined for miles with
“GEORGE B. CHRISTIAN iR.,
Sam Farah has taken charge of the searchers from daylight until the
“Secretary to the president.”
Lents dry goods store, which J. A. search ended. Students went eight
Teeny has been managing since the miles down the river. Leith Abbott
CASH OFFERING OF
first of the month. T. G. Samuel, was in charge of the search and
KU KLUX KLANSMEN former owner, still is residing in President Campbell and Dean Colin V.
Lents. Mr. Farah is a former resi Dyment of the school of literature,
Kamas City, Kan.—The identity of dent of Arieta. He is unmarried.
science and arts, took directing parts.
three masked and shrouded men who
Sorrow pervades the campus. All
wore the regalia of the Ku Klux Klan
Gardners Salting Salmon.
official functions scheduled for the
and entered the Washington Avenue
Brother L. H. gets ’em. Brother A. early part of the week were cancelled
Methodist church an the evening of
April 22, remained a mystery today. N. buys the rock salt to put away and some of Monday’s classes were
Pushing aside an usher at the door, those not eaten fresh. That’s the called off.
the men offered Rev. G. Frar.klin partnership at the A. N. Gardner
During Sunday many floral offer
Ream a contribution of money. He
asked them to take off their masks jewelry shop. L. H has hooked seven ings were sent to the chapter house
and identify themselves and when so far this year, the largest being 34 of the Sigmi Chi fraternity, to which
they refused he returned the money. pounds (salmon, of course), from the Poteet belonged.
Th klammen then departed
Willamette river at Oregon City, and
Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Ralston, parents
the smallest six pounds.
of the student who was rescued, drove
PIONEERS GO TO CHAMPOEG
from Portland Sunday to be with
Sta ting Battery Station.
Seventy-Ninth Anniversary of Found'
George L. Roth, 700 East Ash I
era’ Day to Be Observed.
Poteet’s body was sent to Portland
The 79th anniversary of Founders’ street, is starting a battery service , Monday.
Members of his family
day will be observed May 6 at Cham- station at 9109 Foster road, May 1.1 reside at 8056 Fifty-ninth avenue.
poeg on the Willamette, near St. Paul. He has been employed with Harper-
Members of the faculty sent a
Judge P. H. D’Arcy of Salem, former
president of the Oregon Pioneer as Burg, Willard battery agents fpr wreath to Portland for the funeral.
sociation will be president of the day Multnomah county, and will handle
Poteet was 24 years old and was
and a program of music and ad the Willard battery here. Mr. Roth
at Palouse, Wash.
dresses will be given.
| hopes to find a suitable home in this
The steamer Madeline has been ! district.
chartered to make the trip from Port
HELP A FELLOW FORWARD.
land. The boat will stop at Wilson
Mrs. C. E. Kennedy is having her
ville to make connections with the
Oregon Electric trains from Portland old home moved across Ninety-second
Help a fellow forward, man!
Help a fellow all you can.
When he’s out of step and slow.
W. R. Beehler is a new tractor1 Courage gone, and can’t say “No,”
MANY WOMEN STUDYING
salesman with Armentrout - Wicke When despair comes sneaking in.
AT GERMAN COLLEGES
When he feds he cannot win.
DESPITE HARD TIMES company.
And you know a little bit
By Dr. Wilhelm von Capitaine.
More of that and he must quit—
Cologne, Germany.—(By N. C. W.: chaser of a used car from Armen- Will you, heedless of his plight.
Forge ahead with all your might?
C.) — Notwithstanding the serious
Will you take the lead, nor mind
economic conditions in Germany, the
This poor straggle? left behind?
number of students in the universi
ties, and especially the attendance of street and Seventieth avenue, is work Nay, I’m sure you’ll stop awhile—
Stop to help him with a smile.
women, is very large There has been
Stop to lend a hand to him
a decrease compared with la3t year,
Mra. Clara Foster of Tangent is the Who is up against the grim
but the total is still quite high.
Tho number of women who have guest of her sister, Mrs. William An Problem that we all must face
Somewhere in life’s eager race.
undertaken the study of Protestant derson of Ninety-second street.
theology has almost doubled in the1
Mr» and Mrs. C. C. Bessemer are HelD a fellow forward! Say
last two years. In 1920 there were
40 women matriculated in theology. enjoying their new home at Forty Something cheering, something gay,
This year there are 72. The other' fifth avenue and Fifty-sixth street.
Something that will stir his soul,
branches in which women are largely
Wake his will and self-control.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Heesemer are Bravest hearts will sometimes fail,
represented, and the number studying
in each case, are as follows: Law 371, to occupy their new five-room house Strongest spirits sometimes quail;
medicine 2013, dentistry S19, philo at Forty-fourth avenue and Fifty And a friendly word of cheer
sophy and philology 3009. mathema
Oft transformed a whole career.
tics and natural science 1150, phar seventh street.
Have you not yourself been stirred
macy 147 and political economy 1212
The Rev. and Mrs. F. J. Cope have In the pest by some good word
purchased the T. G. Moore property To a stronger effort still
Mark Sullivan, who knows a lot
As you climbed the weary hill?
about American public sentiment and at 6332 Eighty-ninth street and are Sb wheae’e? you see another
whose letters on national affairs are no«« living therein.
loosing hope—well, he’s a brother.
published locally by the Oregonian,
Mrs. Jessie Smith and daughter, And a word, a deed, is due
maintains that the lack of enthusiasm
To that brother-man from you.
shown Marshal Joffre on his present Clara, are here from Loveland, Colo., Help him! It is Christ's own plan-
tQur when compared with the very to visit Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Emmer He’p a fellow all you can
great enthusiasm for Foch is a mea son of 6389 Ninety-sixth street.
sure of the loss which France has
suffered in the esteem of Americans
William Anderson and wife, Mrs.
Shiloh circle, No. 19. Ladies of the
in recent months, the loss being due Grand Army of the Republic, will A. C. Gilman, and Miss Marguerite
to the militaristic attitude of the
French representatives at the Wash hold their .egular business meeting Tifft visited relatives at Tangent Sun
ington conference and now at Genoa. Saturday, May 6.
Rut it is hardly likely that the ordi
Frank Foster of Emmett, Idaho,
Mrs. A C. Gilman of Ranier, Wash.,
nary American who made up the Foch
crowds and now refuses to get ex-‘ is visiting at the home of her parents, is spending the week with his
cited about Joffre is moved by any Mr. and Mrs. William Andersen of parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Foster,
elaborate consideration of French Ninety-second stree.t.
Ninety-second street and Forty-ninth
foreign policy. Joffre was a great
figure in the war, but his star had
Mr. and Mis. Fred Hodge, Byron
set before America became involved; Hodge and Miss Bernice Rogers
Game Warden Clarke picked up two
he is far less, well known to Ameri
cans than Foch who. moreover, had motored to Salem Sundsv to visit $50 fines this week, from Adolph
the ¡»¿vantage of making his Ameri IJoyd Hodge, who is in a sanitarium Mathes of the M. & R. Market for
can tour under the auspices of the there.
handling salmon trout and from L. H.
Gardner, who caught the fish and
L. S. Geimer, 4728 Sixty-fourfh turned them over to the M. & R.
avenue, is having a $1000. one-atorv Market.
A child of 6 needs 11 hours’ sleep. house erected at 5504 Fifty-ninth
So do all children, up to 10 years. Be street, by R. F. Lowther. 4928 Sixty-
If business Is slack with you, tighten
tween 10 and 17, youth requires nine fourth avenue.
vour belt and go to It.
hours’ sleep. Who says so? An ex
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pritchard and
pert of Uncle Sam's health service. son are living at 6402 Eighty-ninth
It’s better to lose smilingly than to
Feyv people get enough of sleep, the street. They came to Lents from win whlnlngly.
great battery charger ami builder of Nampa, Idaho, three weeks ago. Mr.
He U rich, he Is a Ung, he is a ruler
resistance against disease germs. Pritchard is looking for work.
who has mastered self-control.
When you feel “all run down and
New books in Lents library are:
shot to pieces,” a week in bed will do
Failure U the salt, success the su-
Council of Seven; (Walpole)
you more good than a gallon of any |
gar. of life. Both have their place.
medicine. Lose sleep continually and Young Enchanted, (Daulton) From
nature hytens the date at which she Sioux to Susan, (Freeman) New Eng
The fellow who has a "drag” usually
land Nun, (Dunsany) Book of Won
tucks you away for eternal sleep.
der, (Rinehart) More Fish, (Snaith) Is a drag on
Adventurous Lady, (Harrison) St.
The business ship, now drifting,
After lying exposed to the weather Theresa, (Schults) Rising Wolf.
should by and by begin to steer a
in the mountains of British Co!"m-
straighter, better couree.
bia for ten years, a gold watch was "H. Warriner, Lents electrician and
found recently by a mountain climber
flood food, good habita good diges
and restored to its owner, who de electrician's examination nnd has hi< tion contribute to good fudgment. And
clares it to be running and keeping license posted ’n his Ninety-second- good Judgment la the raw material of