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LENTS STATION, PORTLAND, OREGON, FRIDAY,
MAY 5, 1922
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VOL. XX, No 1
FOSTER ROAD BUILDINGS NEAR
PRESIDENT «AYS HALT!
LOCAL HA PEN INGS
MOTHER. 2 CHILDREN.
"Don’t be shocked,” said the bare
It was only a tiny seed,
IN NIGHT CLOTHEM.
John R. Leach and Henry Werth
Seven governors of eastern, western
John A. Barney, 4803 Seventy-sixth
LEAVE BURNING HOME
"Be on the level,” said the square. and southern states, in commenting on street, is building a $3000 house at are thinking these days of their new
As ■ result of being gassed at the
But it grew in time to a noxious weed
"Never get unstruag,” said the the editorial, “An Appeal to Gov
front while fighting against the cen
buildings, just across the street, re
4803 Seventy-sixth street.
And spread its poison wide.
Fire which destroyed the home of
ernors to Halt the March Toward
tral power» tn 1918, Dr. Earle Goode,
spectively, from their present places
Federal Empire,” recently published
27, died at the home of hie parents, J. A Wharton, a half mile east of
It was only a single spark.
in the St. Ixiuia Post-Dispatch, have street, is having Bradley and Bowker, of business. Mr. Leach will have his
the Rev. and Mrs. John A. Goode, I xmls, early Wednesday morning,
anequivrjcally condemned the cen 5133 Sixty-third street, build a $1080 t'hoenix Pharmacy in its new home
Dropped by a passing train;
"Have a keen •ye, said the needle tralization of power in the govern-
7412 Fifty-fifth avenue. Hunday after- routed Mrs. Wharton and her two ehil But the dead leaves caught, and swift
June 16; Mr. Werth will occupy ths
"Don’t break your neck,” said the , nient at Washington, D. C., and prom- one-story residence at 5221 Sixty new quarters of his grocery store,
noon Dr. Goode waa a member of drn, Eddie, 15, and Ruby, 12, from
1'« their aid in checking the tendency.
the state legislature from Multnomah their beds in their night clothes bare
June 15; Mr. Werth will occupy the
"Be Hire to look things over,” said I'risidant Harding, through bis secre
Wss Its work on wood and plain.
O. J. Jones, 6619 Powell Valley
eaunty in 1917, being one of the ly in time to escape the flames.
the Werth building today. The
tary, George B. Christian Jr., also ex
Fred Smith, a neighbor, believing
"Don't talk harsh,” said the phono- press d the view that “an effort Road, is having'L. R. Jones, 341 East building will be completed May 15,
yaungvot men ever elected to such a
that the girl was still In the burning
position In Oregon.
* "ft old tight to what you have," said should be made to halt the persistent residence at 6619 Powell Valley Road. but will not be occupied until June 1.
That the workmen used—ah me!
effort to reach the federal treasury in
When the war broke out, he en hotiaa, dashed In to rescue her, but But the ship that else had weathered
Among those who will occupy the
the staple puller.
payment for public service which very
Mrs. Ora I. Uh Vanderhoof, 6615
listed and was soon at tho front. was forced out again by the flames
Never bum round," said the bomb. frequently deserves to be the warden Fifty-fifth avcnuA is on the May Leach building next month are: Dr.
Riner his Injury he had been a victim after failing to find her. Ho suffered
J. T. Fox, Dr. Pugh, a dentist, and
"Always hold your temper,” said of the separate commonwealths.”
Went down in the deep, dark sea.
a number of minor bums.
the cold chisel.
of the lingering illness.
Dr. W. 0. Boon, a dentist; Dr. G. E.
In the course of the editorial, the circuit court jury list.
"Always keep thing* smooth,” said Post-Dispatch called attention to the
Hie fire itrrt-d from an overheated
Dr. Goode is survived by his par-
Rose City Van moved Mr. Fanen Margason and Dr. Ghormley. The
fact that the governors of the states
eats. • a brother, Hubert A. Goode, stove and spread rapidly over the
"Always hold your head high,” said of the union have been organized since from 4327 Pike avenue to 1469 Mis latter two doctors will install an
Scarce meant to be unkind;
Secretary to Commissioner Mann, anil house. A few household articles were
sissippi avenue Toesday.
i analytical laboratory, surgery and
But it pierced as a dart to the heart the jack.
1908 in a continuing body known as
George Í.. Roth, Wizard Battery ! X-ray room. Phoenix Pharmacy will
a ai>ter, Mrs. Berber K Tyler. The- saved. Wharton, the father, waa away
“Grasp at every opportunity," said 4he governors’ conference, ard urged
funeral waa held from First Evan from home.
upon them the necessity of a special man at Niney-first and Foster Road, ! occupy the entire lower floor of the
And left its sting behind.
"Always reflect on things first," meeting "to formulate a definite pro
gelical church, ladd’s addition, Tues
telephone is Automatic 634-24.
said the mirror.
FOSTER ROAD EXTENSION
gram of action and to press it upon
When Mr. Leach opens his new
day Interment waa in Mount Scott
W. E. Brown has moved his Foster
It may seem a trifle at most,
Cneir respective legislatures in con
drug store he will offer a $20 kodak
cert to the end that the most hope Road cleaning and pressing shop to
The thing that we do or say;
Mount Scott Improvement and Lents
The Seven Mistakes of Life.
ful experiment in self-government East Sixty-fourth and Belmont street. for the best and briefest description
And yet it may be that at fearful cost
Business Men’s Club« Join Hands
LENTS SCHOOL NOTES
of the store, and a $15 kodak to the
1. The delusion that individual ad eier atu-mpted by a great people
We may wish it undone some day.
Interest in the proposed extension
C. R. Maddock, of Fred C. Taylor i grammar grades pupil who writes
shall not end ia failure . and
to Foster Road, to permit a shorter
A Co., insurance agent«, with offices the best and briefest description. The
—M. P. Handy.
tlovernors Agaiiwt Federalization.
The 8B class is planning a picnic
The governors who replied with ap in the Northwestern Bank building, details will be in The Herald next
routs to Portland from the Boring
some time before school is out.
2. The tendency to worry about proval and pledges of co-oper ation are was a Lents visitor ’ Tuáday
country grows each wook. This morn
The baseball boys will play games
thing« that cannot be changed or cor Thomas E. Campbell of Arizona,
ing at 9 a number of Mount Broil PREFER« CHARACTER TO
Mrs. R. A. Emmons ha/ moved into
Besides Henry Werth’s meat market
with Craacent, Kellog, Woodmere and
residents left the Arista and Lenta
house at 6532 EightyWixth ® street.
£11110^1 V dllla, A^Uieiy
•« V-*. on the lower floor of the Werth build
of I Pennsylvania,
J. ” a nvuj^
Woodstock, all on the I .ent a grounds,
d I str lets to view the proposed road,
I San Souci of Rhode Island, Satuu'd R. M»s N’ottw Chapman, her daughter, ing will be a drug store, Russell’s
Jlcforv the end of school.
A plea that public educational in possible because we eurselves cannot McKelvie of Nebraska, J. B. A. Rob-1 „
In company with County Commis
. (of Sixty-seventh stseet) confection-
The 811 boys have finished their
«rtson of Oklahoma and Thomas W.
stitutions should place greater stress accomplish It.
G. A. Tussey is now employed with cry and Joe Hanna’s grocery store.
desk lamps in manual training. Borne
4. Attempting to compel other per
Tuesday night a number of Lents
The editorial in the Pc«t-Dispatch Robinson Smith at Sixth and Madi Upstairs will be the offices of a
fit them are n-»w making radio sets.
esty, justice and decency” and leas on
sona to believe as we de.
was an exhaustive review of the leg son streets.
Anita Henry, 8B pupil; James mon attended the meeting of the the subjects generally termed “high
dentist, a chiropractor, a doctor and
islation and the judicial decisions
Long, 7B pupil; Robert Houck, '¡A Mount Bcott Improvement club in the brow,” was made by John J. Tigert,
the remainder will be used for apart
Arleta library building. Mayor Baker United States commissioner of educa ing the mind by not acquiring the which in the past 20 years have
pupil, all of the safety patrol, went
abridged the powers of the Several is a piano tuner, with office at 107 ments, including one for Mr. Werth
spoks. The greatest matter of in tion, in an address before the National habit of reading fine literature.
to the Lincoln high school last
Education association department of
6. Refusing to set aside trivial states and vested in the federal West Park street. Mr. Ha-cld has himself.
terest was the acquisition from the superintendence
government authority and functions been a Portland resident the past
in session in Chicago.
Wednesday to attend a meeting of all
“If »f cannot teach these virtues perferences in order that important which, the paper declared, were speci year.
LENTS TRUNK SEWER
the safety patrol committees of the city for a p.irk of the triangular
piece of ground Just south of the along with modem thought, then we things may be accomplished.
fically reserved to the respective com
TO COST $750,060
city. Several talks were given on
had better dismantle our splendidly
Mrs. Effie R. Tam pl in has gone
7. Failure to establish the habit of monwealths when the federal constitu
safety, one by Mr. Grout, auperin Arleta library. The matter of a new equipped institutions, and turn to the
to Richmond, Ind., to attend the an
saving money.—Shelton Ixx>ms Bul
bridge across the Willamette river
tend ent of schools. One fireman
Speaking of the use of the taxing nual meeting of the Americ-n Contemplated •~w»r Plana Completed
old log school house," raid Mr. Tigert. letin.
and to Be Filed in a Few Days.
power of the federal government and
In the words of a famous evangelist,
showed different knots which they
Some Arleta and l^nts people at '1 would rather have my boy in heaven
!•., g r.ecr O. Laargaard an
the use to which it has been put by Friends bAard nr t rrism m’ssiors of
He In case of emergency. He also
Household Exhibit* at Fairs.
th advocatee of centralization, the’ which rhe is n ra'n.be'
learning his A It Cs than in hell read
nounced this v.-eck th t pre’i . inary
showed different ways of carrying a tended the meeting of the South Port- ing
Isatin and Greek,’ we had better
Leroy Selfridge ’•««
f“ plans and estimate of cost of the
Th« extension serviea of the Oregon Post-Dispatch says:
man out of a burning house. A play- | i land Improvement association, held in have citizens who have character and
‘It was initiated to encourage road!
college has issued a bul building in the states, a subject that business with a “bS:?* shew in Vie Ler.ts trank sewer would be ready for
let on safety was given. After the
At tins meeting the location knowledge is a periol to society.”
letin entitled score cards for house congress Is constitutionally competent space formerly occupied by Brown’a filing within the cert few ¿_ys. The
meeting the children went outside an 1 21 ,u
new bridge across the
hold exhibits at fain, designed to aid to deal with. But frem that point it eleaning and pressing shop on Foster contemplated drain is eupei'oJ
Sandy took taeir picture. It was put
river was discuwied.
coat approximately $750,000 and will
exhibitors and judges in the display is now luring the states more and Road, near Ninety-second street
Time After Time.
in the Sunday Journal.
At the meeting of the I«nta Busi-
and classification and judging of ex more into subordinating to some
L. C. Pullen has had some slight serve as an outlet for sewage in the
Mr. Krohn, gymnasium supervisor,
visited the school last Friday. Instead neas Men's club, May 10, the South of workmen busily engaged in con hibits. This bulletin Will be followed functions as health and education. In repairs made to the Millard-Avenue Lenta and Mount Scott and outlying
ZrMMng’theTuri’Zxetei^. he ’hod
districts in souheastem Portland.
by others on agricultural and horti such coses ‘federal aid* is nothing Fuel company’s office.
the children practice for a tnu-k maet tentative. The Mount Scott Im structing ■ building. "That seems cultural exhibits and on livestock and more than federal taxation for state
The sewer will connect with the re
which . to be held May 23.
, P™'ement club will be well repro- like nice work," «aid one to the other, poultry. The bulletins are free to purposes, in which the stat«« receive nue, has erected a garage.
cently completed Foster road sewer
HigMy-fiv. pupil, .«.«ted
-nd >< « the hope of Preai- observingly, as he watched a me resident» of Oregon applying for l>ack a mere trifle of the sums col-
at Ninety-second street and Johnson*
George Rosegrant has renaired the
I , lected.
wrestling and boxmg club last week.!*"»
* chanic driving, with well-aimed force, them.
creek and empty into the river.
residence and chicken house of C. O.
April 27. Luther i’enm.yer said h. Or'bu'-y of the Lent. Business Men. nail after nail into place.
A timely circular issued by the ex governments, even iifnited ones, to
“Yes, I should like to be a car periment station of the Oregon Agri gain ground at the expense of civil Wilson, 4915 Sixty-first street.
Mount Scott W. C. T. U. Meets. 4
hail the hardest wrestle of hi. life flub th“‘ •U
penter, but I could never have the cultural college deals with seed potato liberty. But if to this inherent qual-
Mount Scott W. C. T. U. met
when he tackled Jake Kletchel.
patience to hit the same nail so many improvement; the selection, treat ' ity is added a limitless purse, as was ing contractor often appears in the with Mrs. Ruth Heacock Tuesday,
The eighth grades mule spongv CELEBRATE GOLDEN WEDDING
done by the legislatures of our states
times,” answered the other boy.
April 25. The morning was given to
ment and methods of planting are de tn 1913, it can cause no surprise if the plumbing permits. Trade at home.
cakea last Monday in cooking claases. '
Someone is going to sleep outdoors sewing for the Children’s Farm Home.
government thus endowed becomes a
Mabel Knox and her partner. Del-
«nd Mrs. C. H.
lifted midway, and smiled, "You
Tuesday Surrounded by Friends
at 1.. R. Jones’ residence, 3419 Sixty For the luncheon each one present
phirw Way, baked the beat cake in
would never make a mechanic, then,”
seventh street, this summer. A sleep brought a favorite dish, with direc-
Would Make No Difference.
the morning class, and Kathleen I
he said, "since it is only repeated
— tions for preparing it. A large birth-
America supports, among other per-, Governor San Souci of Rhode Island ing tent has been erected in the „ yard.
Hawken and her partner, the best in Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Johnson, one mile
south of Ix-nts, the couple celebrated efforts that bring good results.”
nicions parasites, a few periodicals in his response to the Post-Dispatch’s
day cahe, furnished by Mrs. Elia
the afternoon class.
This is true along any line you may which «re devoted to the promotion appeal says:
Fankhauser, adorned the center of
The two pupil« that have the best their golden wedding anniversary.
pursue. The art in accomplishing n of bigotry. Witness the title of an
“I am of the opinion that one of ment work about his premises.
the table. This was for the presi
book report in 8B at Lent« will con The rooms were decorated in golden
gravest problems that we are
dent, whose birthday anniversary was
test with Woodmere. The winners colors. At 2 Rev. P. Rasmussen, of Uisk skillfully is not learned in a testant’of Washington, D. C.: “Rome the
B. C. Dewey, 6015 Ninety-ninth
country today is the
day, but often represents years of i Heads the American Legion.” The facing in this
theie will contest with the lest of tho , the Danish Lutheran church, an
steady drift towards a centralized gov- street, had some electrical work done being celebrated.
nounccd a Danish hymn. Appropriate steadfast toil. This ought not to dis inference is that National Commander emment, and I believe it is the duty
shower followed. A birthday offering
school« in Portland.
just hap- o
0 f ( ever
evcr y j-ood citizen to resist this
added several dollars, to the treasury.
A basidiall game wns played between addresses were made by Rev. F. IL courage vs, however, but rather to in MacNider is a Catholic. It lust
Anna Ravlaux, 5427 Eighty-fifth Sawing continued during the after
Io>nta and Woodmere on the LcnU Culver and Rev. P. Rasmussen. The crease our desire to succeed. It is pens that the national commander is dangerous tendency in order to keep
'IC‘. „And it ®'sobaPP®ns this country true to the splendid prin •,
grounds Monday, May 1. The score guests "ere then seated nt the tables true that "no great tiling was light ,U>at if .^«.uunni ^emmsnder ^1?.'?^ '‘IfT cìples laid down by its great found-' street, had H. Warriner do some elec- | noon.
trical work for her last week.
was 8 to 6, in W<u>dmere’a favor. and enjoyed refre«hments, after which
• were a Catholic, the foci would make crs
fte«e Festival Offers Prizes
Charles Guisncss and William Lim-
Governor McKeivie of Nebraska de-1
bach pitched. George Trenary waa « mgs and addresses, was carried out. his work, whatever it may be, in —Editorial from the American Legion 'dated that: “If this course (of cen-! secretary of the Van Ness Water com
Percy Allen, chairman of the
traliztaion) is to be continued it must! pany, says his radiophone is a great committee on community floats for
catcher. Elmer Lee played second and Mr. and Mrs. Johnson are natives of earnest, is likely to accomplish won
mean that the purpose of popular gov-' joy to him. He hurried home from the Rose Festival floral parade, has
Lowry McKeown played third. John Denmark who came to this country derful results. “That son of yours
A good story lurks in the pages of
will have been subordinated
Cloverio, William McCrary, 1-conard in 1891. They have lived near Port is a born farmer," remarked one man "The Reminiscences of a Raconteur,”., emment
to centralized bureaucratic govern i the Masonic meeting and The Herald secured the approval of the director
Thielke and Glenn Blair played in land since 1900, and have made a approvingly to another, as he noted i Georbe H. Ham, its author, was being ment control and, when that happens, 1 office Thursday night to "listen in” in charge of the parade, for her plan
wide circle of friends. Their only the energetic manner in which the , operated upon for appendicitis. “This the effort that was waged by the on Hawley’s concert. Mr. Holdiman of offering prizes for the best sketch
Roonf 16 has a pupil of whom it is living child, John M., who is con Ind performed his task.
I is eternity,” he thought as the doctor framers of the constitution in the es is one of Ben Miller’s fraternal broth in color of designs for community
"John always does his level best
tablishment of this republic will have ers who is loud in his praise of Mr. floats.
very proud. For two consecutive nected Vith the state accident com
put him to sleep. “When I recovered been made in vain.”
months now" she has received “ex mission, was present with his family. at everything,” was the reply.
Miller’s taste in chinaware, ns shown
Mrs. Alien’s plan includes a request
from the effects of the opiate,” he
That is really the secret of the
cellent’’ in every subject, including With the close of the afternoon the
by the new set of dishes the Masons to each community club that they
says, “I found myself in a darkened
application and deportment. This pupil guests departed after wishing Mr. whole matter—our level best, and room, and wondered where I was
promptly submit some idea they
I see that a “college wees.” is an- now have for their banquets.
and Mrs. Johnson many years of con stopping at nothing short of it.
bt Carrie Bohna in the 7B grade.
and what it was all about. The kind- nounced. We have just had. or are
Mrs. Stearns, of 110th street, is would like to illustrate and she will
Robert Houck has taken Lowry Mc tinued activity.
i ly-featurcd nurse quickly discovered going to have, or, for all I know, are having Mrs. George E. Hoyt as her include this idea in the list submitted
Those present were: Rev. and Mrs.
Keown's place on the safety patrol.
Looking for Comfort.
to the artists.
that my consciousness had returned, actually in the process of enjoying, a nurse during her convalescence.
He now wears the green badge on his F. B. Culver, Rev. and Mm. P. Ras
If any Mount Scott artists wish to
Mr. and Mrs. George E. Hoyt have
Dr. Semper writes from London
mussen, Messrs, and Mesdames J. M.
remembered everything, ‘But why weeks, and kindness weeks, and bet moved to their home at 1963 East compete for the $50, $25, $15, $10
On Tuesday, a very interesting Johnson, H. P. Larsen, H. Hansen, J.
' prizes offered, they should get in
except the formal dinner occasion this dark room? It was early morn ter English weeks, and fire weeks, Morrison street.
lecture on catching moles was given Mortensen, C. J. Fankhauser, J.
touch with Rose Festival headquart
ing when they operated on me. but and safety first weeks. All of which
Lund, A. W. Fankhauser, J. W.
to the garden club members.
now it can’t be night.’ ‘No it isn’t,’ are rejuvenating and uplifting, and I of the Sunshine Shop, Yott building, j ers, Automatic 512-17, at once. •
Muriel Dillman has been al sent Hagensen, Mrs.N. Hanson, R. Ras liking for an odd assortment of rough she seriously responded, *but we were trust that the ordinary citizen has ob
find business good.
Fare Reductions to California.
several days, owing to the death of! mussen, L. Larsen, Miss Helen John- tweeds or flannels, of varying hues afraid of the shock you might get.’ served how much kinder and safer
Twenty-five per cent reduction will
her brother. Her clasa mates extend
‘Why, what shock?’ ‘Well, there was and more literary we have all become
Mortensen, Miss Margret Johnson.
be made in round trip fares to San
their sincerest sympathy.
tht costume matching with its neigh a big fire just across the street, and by reason of their passing. It is to
Francisco and Los Angeles, on various
We were all very sorry to hear of
bor. No attention is paid to what in we were afraid if you awoke and saw be hoped that the people who propose
New Dean to Spink
Mrs. Bertha Sauer, 6342 Eighty- days in May, June and August. Spe
Earl Wharton’s home being destroyed
America is styled ‘a good fit.’ Clothes
third street. Burial Monday in Mount cial fares art available to all persons
Rev. Elizabeth W. Ward, of North
by fir* Wednesday morning.
to elongate the year so that we can
in England do not fit in any sense operation hadn’t been successful. ”
Scott cemetery, Rev. Mr. Culver offi although the fares are authorized on
Pacific Evangelistic institute will of the word; they simply hang from
squeeze in a few more weeks. Perhaps
account of conventions. Tickets will
preach at 11 o’clock Sunday mom-
wo might then add to these weekly
J. W. Pry ton Io Serve Ninety Days
the wearer. There is method, how
be on sale a few days before opening
ing at the Friends’ church, and at 8 ever, in he Englishman’s undress, for
strivings after perfection a “no mur
•rj. W. Peyton, arrested by Deputy P. M. the pulpit will be occupied by
date of convention and will carry long
Sheriffs Beeman, Schirnwr and Wolfe Rev, Hdwani Mott of Long Beach, it is quite evident that the freedom Seventy-second, $75.
return limits and stopover privileges,
served, the United States would finish
at 3556 Sixty-fourth street has been!
which he enjoys in matters of dress
Cal. Rev. Mr. Mott has accepted a makes for the maximum of personal
Forrest Maxfield, repair residence, the week 180 lives to the good at terday from the Methodist Episcopal at all poihts.
sentenced to 90 days In the county call to the position of dean of North
6126 Eighty-sixth street.
the present rate of murder mortality. church. Interment Mount Scott ceme Insured. Injured. Dead. Widow Paid
jail by District Judge Bell. It was Pacific ^Evangelistic institution, to comfort Tn England the apparel does
only last week that Peyton was begin July 1. He is one of the promi
While in The Herald office yester
An ex-service man was telling of a
Elmer Thadius Smith, 5409 Fifty
released from jail after serving 50 nent ministers of tho Friends’ church never tell a person of rank, or wealth, corporal in his company who was a
day Mr. Sheehy of the Oregon Life
or education by the clothes which he auick thinker. One day during drill delay which customarily elapses be fifth street. Funeral Saturday at 1:30,
days for bootlegging.
in America, and all are invited to happens to be wearing at the mo tne corporal was standing on the side tween the commission of a crime and with interment in Multnomah ceme told of a young Lents business man
who insured on April 3, stuck a hook
hear him. Rev. Mr. Cope has gone inent’’
lines of the parade grounds. A prettv the conviction of the criminal is tery, Rev. Mr. Sibley will officiate.
McArthur Slated for Chairmanship
in his hand on April 4. Before the
girl waa eagerly watching the drill largely responsible for the levity with
to Beattie, Wash., as a delegate to
Congressman McArthur la one of Tacoma quarterly meeting.
when a rifle volley crashed out. With
67th‘Street Garage Is Assnmed Name month was out he had died and on
a scream «he shrank back into the
May 1 his widow received his policy
the two Pacific coast members of the
Nation’s Finances Sound.
Mr. Travis has given his garage on in cash.
arms of the young corporal standing tudes of people. Swifi relentless
committee on naVal affairs, and if he
District 45 r.-T. A. Entertains.
Soamg prices of Lberty bonds and beat de her.
justice never yet failed to suppress Sixty-seventh street the assumed
remains in congress will eventually
A bazaai^ fair and chicken supper the fact that in two yean the public
"Oh I beg your pardon,” she ex lawless tendencies in a community. name of “67th-Street Garage.” S. C.
become chairman of thia Important will M held at Gilbert school the
debt has been reduced hy 3,500.000,- claimed, blushing. "I was frightened The Chicago Tribune has found bibli Berry, who was associated with Mr
afternoon and evening of May 12. A 000 prove that the United States is by the rifles.”
cal authority in substantiation of its Travis, is reported as "out of town
Kempt S. Rosenbuk, 9811 Foster
cafeteria supper will ba served from rapidly recovering from the wounds
‘‘Quite all right,” the corporal gal plea for a speeding up of the judicial and not at home. Call later.”
Road, 14 years, April 28; carcinoma
St. Peter’s Catholic Church
5:30 to 7. The program begins at of the war. A nation that has paid lantly replied.
"Let’« go ovey and machinery:
The Stoddard half block at Eighty 8. For the benefit of club work. The off in such a short period a sum equal watch the heavy artillery.”
"Because sentence for an evil work Harkson-Olsen Incorporated Company
Baby of Mr. and Mrs. Grischow, of
seventh and Foster Road has been affair is given by district 45. Parent-i to the total national debt of the
is not executed speedily, therefore
The General Investment company of 7009 Sixtieth avenue, died May 1.
purchased, making the new parish Taacher association. There will be United States at the close of the cost
the heart of the sons of men is fully Portland, with T. C. Fisher, U. S.
Chester E. Dillman, 6102 Eighty
property one full block. Building op plenty to eat and a good time as ly civil war is a pretty solvent na
To Mr. and Mrs. James Griggs, 8 set in them to do evil.”—Eccles. Harkson and John Olsen as incorpora seventh street, 18 years, April 28:
erations will start this summer.
Bucktel avenue, April 19, a daughter. 9*1:11.
tors, has started business.
DR. EARL GOODE DEAD.