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JUYL 7, 1522
VOL. XX, No 2 7
¡OREGON NEWS NOTES '¡LENTS REVISITED
OF GENERAL INTEREST
Mr*. Ella Buley of Eugene la visit
Winners In the Fourth of July More than $1.000,(MX) has been re was but $15,000. When asked how
ing Mildred V. Avert in 1-ertts.
Wieo Bros, department store j>ur- parade at I xmls' playground were: ceived by Imperial Wizard Simmons tho bookkeeper could possibly have
To one who has not visited Ix>nta ought to be a more enterprising town.
chaaed a new Keo delivery truck this Katherine Brady, Bobbie M. Swan, and Imperial Klaliff Clark« of the Ku increased $16,00« to $161J)M.72, th«
since 1900 the great changes wrought The first thing that is noticed by a
“wizard” cuntenleil himself with as
Mildred Short, Bobbie Barker, Bernice
Klux Klan as their share of money serting that th« bookkeeper was Principal Events of the Wook in growth in population and in busi stranger visiting • place with a view
F. Hodge and A. R. Grave« find Obray, Ixria Sheets. Girl.«’ track meet
Briefly Sketched for Infor- | ness is apparent. About that time of locating is the condition of th«
by the Klansmen for initiation wrong.
buainraa ia their Foster Road barber
the electric line to Estacada and Caza streets. Dilapidated sidewalks and
dine Durrie and Ruby Wilson. Bobbie and the hooded robes worn by mem
Ixiter exhibits on the part of the
dero was being constructed.
We poorly kept strets are not conducive
mation of Our Readers.
Barker, Bernice Bray, Barbara Hil- bora of the Idan, according to in klan showed that from June 1, 1920,
Mr. and Mr*.
to increase in population.
formation dieclosed by the district at the date on which Edward Young
family «pant tho Fourth with BL
I am informed that Lenta has a
Emma Grischow won the 'baiwball torney'« office here as being set forth Clarke and Mrs. Elizabeth Tyler en
The Haleey State bank le detailing tric power and thence on to the end
excellent public school which is,
Mrs. E A. Wilson, sunt of Mr».
» burglar alarm systeoi.
Lents was a small place of only a indeed, commendable and the condi*
A. C. Ixindberg, returned last week and Irene Hangs won park ribbons Coburn, former grand goblin of the propaganda, the organization had re
James M. Keytoa, 86. veteraa ot the few stores and of perhaps 200 peo
tion of the streets and sidewalks
in the 75-ysrd dash. Marjorie Daw klan, who ia under indictment on a ceived $171,00, or a total of $322j600
to I xm Angeles.
' Civil war, died at La Grande.
be in harmony with its excel
felony charge in this county. The since its organization. Of this money,
H V. Otter, representing the Elec
Hlaeback salmon are entering tho when the town was started by an lence. I have been about the town
■ trie Maid Shop, 232 Aider street, was Emma Grischow won the phonograph correspondence, according to Deputy the exhibit indicated, there waa but ' Columbia river In large numbers.
suction sale of town lots by Messrs. but little, but I regret to notice that
record. Hannah James, Cora Justice District Attorney W. C Doran, con $124)00 in bank and $11,000 wm in
In Lenta Wednesday.
Construction of new buildings la the Campbell and Morrow, agents of the in a number of places the walks and
The three Wise brother«, Ben, Leo and Martha James were returned trad let« testimony given by Simmons vested in furniture and other equip
burned area of Prineville is well under Oregon Railway, Light A Power pavements arc worn, broken and
■ and Max, have taken the Kennedy winners in the marshmallow eating and Clarke when they appeared before ment. The balance, “Wizard” Sim
dangerous. In aererai places they are
a congressional committee in Wash
house on Ninety-second street.
The "Royal Anne" cherry ero»
It was represented that a manufac overgrown and ohecured with brush.
Mr. and Mr». A. P. James of 491$ and Harold Kuehl were winners in ington during a government investi ot cetera.” The “et cetera" was not
I realize the heavy burden of street
itemized and no explanation was ’ around Canby will be somewhat short turing center was to be builded there
Ninety-ninth street ere making a the 25-yani event. Harold Clark won gation of the klan.
pavement tax tion, but would
month'» tour of the coast resorts.
It ia recalled that during the con offered to its exact disposition.
suggest economy in other things be
Operation of La Pine's second saw to be had in the Clackamas river.
Roy Selfridge and Luther i’ennoyer Long and Ellis Endicott won ia the fines iona! investigation last Octo
Chairman Campbell of the congres
Many people were induced to invest fore neglect of your thoroughfares. I
left thia week for Billings, Moat., 75-yard dash. Alfred K. Abbott won ber, Imperial Wixard .Simmons was sional committee then read a report mill, now under construction, will be
in property, later to be disappointed have long heard of the beautiful
the broad jump. Elgin Ponswyer and notably embarrassed when questioned which disclosed that F225368A4 bad j started soon.
where they will try to obtain work.
Peach growers In the Silverton com- for all the power developed there until cemetery at Mount Scott of which any
Marguerite Duel ha* joined her John Kohn won the wheelbarrow race. as to the financial returns of the or gone to Clarke and Mrs. Tyler, but
report that crope will be abuad- the present dsy is that of the railway city might boast and the town is to
mother, Mrs. Robert Depew, at Eagle
Bookkeepers' figures, the imperial wizard, who had been
be congratulated on its location and
■Creek, Or., for the summer vacation George Klatzel won in the 100-yard prepared at the request of Simmons glibly eloquent on the subject ef the . ant thia year.
The «liver wedding anniversary of dash, George Trenary, George Klatzel and aubmitted by him to the com klan's labors in behalf of “honor,”
Tho date for the second annual New
And while an attractive sepulcher
Mr. and Mr«. B. Kletsel waa cele and Roy Clark won the shot put. Rich mittee with a groat flourish early in "charity," “patriotism” and “Ameri berg berry festival has been set tor carfare was concluded and the higher
fare to points further out commenced. for our dead is most desirable and
brated Saturday evening of last week. Hubler, Frank Batch and H. Bangs the hearing showed that the receipts canism,’’ was halting and incoherent Saturday, July $.
town was known as .Mount Scott. sentimentally appropriate the things
(Theater Ciealinaki reports tho bar
of the organization up to Juno 1,1920, in hie replies as to questions concern
For the first time in many years
for our temporal needs, safety and
Soon after it was called Lents.
ber basins»« at his new shop, at H. 8. House, H. Bangs and J. Chico« were $151,083.72. latter Simmons de ing finances
when Congressman three cuttings ot hay will be put up
The number of stations on the enjoyment are more essential and use
Fiftieth and Division streets, aa very won in the married men's 100-yard clared that in the first five years Campbell called his attention to these in Death ute« county this year.
railway betwen Lents and Portland ful.
race. Earl Boatright and Nicholas preceding June 1, 1920, the income facta.
Bend was chosen aa the nezt place has greatly increased. Since Lents
In making these few comments
Mi«. Frank Moaeo and children of Roth won the boys' pio-eating contest.
ef meeting by the Oregon Fire Chiefs was started, as is the case with all there is no disposition to unduly criti
101st street and Forty-ninth avenue, The judges were: R. M. Hazel, C.
association in session at Marshfield.
the suburban roads leading out of the cise, but on the contrary to stimulate
have returned from a Seaside, Or., H. Burna and Frank Wininger.
Ths state highway commission start city.
effort to improve the condition of
Mr. Enkelis, the boys* director, has
ed from Portland July 5 on a circuit
Lents to the end that there be no more
Mias Davis, teacher in Gilbert-Bel-
(From the Capital Journal, Salem.) tablished reputation as a freak state ot the road system of tho entire state.
Since Lents was the first and most attractive and desirable place of resi
roao school, returned last week from camp at Oswego Lake. A tent, boat
The Oregon Voter calls attention to is known by its selection by another
Because he changed a license plate
a month'» visit in southern California and roped-off swimmmg space is the fact that invisible government secret society in its attempt to put from a Dodge to a Marmon car, 8. C. prominent place in this region it dence in Multnomah county.
J. B. HUNTINGTON.
seems to a casual observer that it
reign? at Portland, where the only over a compulsory public school law Rogers was arrested at Bend and
James J. Harrington, the painter the playground« of Portland. Dar qualification for men and measures designed to abolish all primary pri
and decorator, is working on the rell I^avitt will succeed Mr. Enkelis ia indorsment of the Ku Klux Klan vate and church schools, a measure
Former Salemitee. now residenta of dumped out when on leers destroyed make her home with her «on*.
George Geary house at Forty-fourth
and allied secret societies. The Voter affecting all churches but aimed Portland, gathered In Laureihurst park stills discovered in the valley.
Increases amounting to half a cent
and East Taylor atreeta.
Organization of a motor corp« by on 40-40« and a quarter-cent on all
principally at the Catholics.
in Portland, Saturday tor annual re
Ray Butler and Mr. and Mrs. Ellis
the Oregon state motor association, other sizes of prunes were announced
“After the success of the Ku Klux
This school bill, which violates the union and picnic.
of Rock Island. 111., were recent
Leopold Derfler, 21. 1597 Peninsula F. O. P. S. ticket at ths spring pri principles of the bill of rights, is not
Walter Hall of Princeton. Or., has to entertain large croup« of visitors by the Oregon Growers' Co-operative
visitors in the L. J. Ellis home, 10004
avenue, and Jessie Tatom, 20, 8722 maries, it was no surprise to have local in its origin, but wished upon been appointed to the United States to Portland from Um« to tim«, ia association of Salem. Demand for
them carry the school board election us by a distant grand lodge, a little military academy at Weet Point by requested in a letter sent to A. M. Oregon prunes and a wider diatribu-
Mr. and Mrs. William Krueger of
Loa. president of that organization, tlon than ever before was given by
George Adrian Smith, legal, 142 for an unknown against one of the group of non-resident secret society Senator Stanfield.
Dallas and two children, William Jr.
by Mayor Baker.
officials of the association as the rea
Curry street, and Jessie Wharton, best-knewn public men of Portland. bosses, who admit that they cannot
and Ella, were last week-end guests
Also, as soon as the ‘yellow ticket' put such a measure over in their Bridge Island, was knocked Into the
The city of Coquille, Coos county, son for the advance.
legal, 6642 Woodstock avenue.
of Mr. and Mr». John Man*.
Ten years in the state prison was
Edward V. Leaay, 25, 5411 Seventy- came out in behalf of the $3,000,000 own states, so interfere in Ojgffln Snake river near Nyssa by a passenger has launched a project for a municipal
R. A. Keene, proprietor of the Fix-
water system involving construction th« punishment meted out by Judge
first street, and Vida B. Marston, 22, school bond measure and the $1,000,- affairs to destroy Oregon
It Shoe Shop at 4704 05th street,
000 school tax measure, it was a fore and Oregon institutions, and make
6522 Fifty-eighth avenue.
S. C. Seeds, assistant postmaster at of Rink creek storage reservoir, which, J. A. Eakin of Astoria to Robert Drake,
formerly was one of Portland's promi
Angelo Costanzo, 25, 1727 East gone conclusion that both would carry. Oregon really the fool of the family. Bend, Or., has been appointed acting together with Rink creek would furn who pleaded guilty to an Indictment
nent contractors. That was before he
It bodes no good to the republic, postmaster, succeeding C. 8. Hudson, ish the necessary water for the city.
charging him with assault with In
Twenty-first street, and Antionetta For a time, we have our rulers, and
tent to rob. He entered the Knapps
Nicoletta, 24, 4404 Sixty-seventh while we think we know what they this meddling of secret societies in who has moved from the st^te.
Mrs. Robert II. Depew arrived in
are we are not permitted to know who
State bank, seeking money, but fled
Portland and waa in town for a few
they are. , Invisible
government politics and this interference of dis
after firing four shots at the men in
days. Mrs. Depew was at the Edi
tant fanatics in our affairs. It can
the bank. He was captured a tew
son hotel. Mrs. Depew’s fsther, John
This is a fine commentary on the only create discord and strife. When ed by the Salem Commercial club.
sion can be gained, according to a minutes later by a posse
Osel of Knappa, Or., visited over the
T^e eleetjoj recount suits filed tn
intelligence of the Portland electorate the people surrender their initiative
Fourth in Portland.
which blindly votes as instructed by to secret societies, and religious in of Brownsville gathered at Laurel mission.
Portland by W. W. Banks against W.
J. R. Douglass now goes agate died at the home of her perenta, Mr. unknown bosses who have capitalised
R. H. Thomas, for fourteen years J. H. Clarke for stajo senator, and
hunting in hia own front yard at and Mrs. James F. Barnes of 6630 religious prejudice and racial animosi tolerance replaces political tolerance, hurst park. Portland, Oregon, for an
clerk in Portland district and John Coffey against R. j. Kirkwood,'
invisible autocracy replaces democ annual reunion eno evening last week.
Seventy-second and Foster Road. He
ties and from behind closed doors
years prior to that a Herbert Gordon, E. R. Campbell and
showed The Herald reporter a pretty
issue their instructions upon yellow racy. But we hear no peep of protest
schools of Portland, Louis Koehn for state representative«,
water agate he picked from the
from the fearsome press of Port
Lille F. Collins, aged 19 yean, died tickets.
company of Eugene, died at Modesto, notified members of the school board both on the Republican ticket, re
cement walk a workman waa break
The fact that Oregon has an es- land.
at 3332 52d street, son of Forest Col
Cal., where she had gone in search of that he will not be a candidate tor ceived a backset when Circuit Judge
Phelps ruled that more definite allega
Morterud's Ford decided to turn
onds. The pump is four feet under
tion« of mistake« on the part of elec
over on Ninety-second street yeater-
ground. Sealed by the weights and
tion boards must be given.
day morning, and did so, yet the driver cousin of Oren arxl Glen Simpson,
measures department of the state, the business and mining circles for the which was eighteen and three-quarters
Hundreds of letters have been re
did not receive even a scratch. Neigh
glass guage is visible to buyer. An
at the offices of the public
bors helped right the machine, the
automatic air vent drains the hose. floor in the office of the Oregon-Idaho Carl F. Palmer of Cottage Grove at service commission with relation to
engine was started ami the Morterod services were held Wednesday. Con
W. H. Christiance, secretary-treasurer
cluding services were at Mount Scott
A general advance of 1 cent in milk Mr. and Mrs. Adam Deer, 791 Grand the recent order unacrambllng the in
deliveries were made as usual.
Threat to publish correspondence of of the company, is in charge of the
terests of the Southern Pacific and
has been announced by Port Avenue, Portland.
While on the subject of the Rolands
a private nature which, he said, would Portland station. Other Salem men
Central Pacific railroads. Most'of the
Mike says to say that the $100,000
prove charges that $15,000 was sup interested with Mr. Christiance are:
Win« New Ford Car
directly to the increased cost of pro- granted authority to E. G. Isham, letters received from points in west
home of Leon Kirsch on Montgomery
by Edward Young Clarke, acting Noble Henningsen, president; A. C. ductlOn, the dealers say.
operating the Isham transfer at Grants ern Oregon urge the public service
Drive and Jackson street ia getting
Henningsen, vice-president, and A. C.
lawyer Pass and vicinity. A permit was grant commission to protect against the
along towards completion. The Bolands Lents gnrage, drives n new Ford
Nelson, A. J. Jacobs and A. C. Shoe
of Pendleton, was a speaker at the ed to W. A. Cornell of Newberg, auth segregation of the railroad's interests,
did the brick work on this house, car. The Eagle did more than scream to be used in defense of California maker.
Old Oregon Trail pageant ;n Baker on orising him to conduct a freight trans while a majority of the letters receiv
some of the walls of which are 14 for him. Frank borrowed 50 cents to klansmen accused of participation in
purchase a share in a Ford car that
the Fourth of July, together with Gov portation business at Newberg and ed from eastern and central Oregon
the Inglewood raid at lx» Angeles,
approve the dissolution.
Ben Olcott and Ezra Meeker.
Mrs. I.. L. Lloyd of Kansas City,
was made today by L. D. Wade, former
Restoration of the rates of the Pa
Seymour Jones, Marion county
Cannerymen. fishermen and citizens
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green and
Mo., formerly of Kern Park, waa I-odge, No. 14, A. F. and A. M. at
cific Telephone A Telegraph company
secretary of the klan, says an I. N. S.
married in Kansas City the first of
son, Harold, of Pendleton, are visit
in effect prior to February 38. 1921,
last month and spent two weeks here Fourth. The stockholders knew Frank dispatch from Atlanta, Ga., dated ing Mr. Green's parents. Mr. and Mrs. house of representatives, denies the re nouncement from the Washington
by confessing judgment tn the case
recently, with Mr. and Mrs. R. C.
Harry J. Green, 9927 Fifty-sixth ave governor on the Tax Reduction league purse seiners had been licensed to fish brought in. th« Mbltnomah county cir
8hipley, 3313 Fifty-fourth afreet. She
Four more states, Wade asserted
Inside the three mile, limit a^d that cuit court by Robert G Duncan. John
waa also a visitor to the San Fran- the best of care, so now he is ac in this latest phase of his campaign nue. They will visit other relatives ticket.
fish commission would not take F Risley and Dora Shreve, to have
and friends later.
cisco Shrine convention.
the order of the old commission auth
to force Clarke out of office, have
Bill Boland han swung right into
orising an Increase In the charges
joined the revolt against Clarke and
th« boosters' column with an auto
recently taken seriously ill; a blood
aside, was attempted through a
new $1,250.000 power plant on Hood mercial fisheriee bureaus of Oregon
Present Notable Play
have declined to recognize authority
mobile sign urging people to visit
vessel bursting in his stomach. He river for the Pacific Power A Light and Washington over operations of raeolutlon Introduced by T. M. Ker-
Estacada, where Bill is now engaged
The presentation of Drinkwater's of the imperial palace here until
is in a west side hospital and is con company.
fishermen at the mouth of the Col rigan. recall member of th* oommis-
in selling Standard Oil products, Last “Abraham Lincoln" at the Hellig Clarke ia removed.
umbia river are without truth, accord sion at an executive sesslon of the
Sunday Bill just drove around Port this week, with Frank McGlynn in the
ing to Carl D. Shoemaker, master body held in Salem. Th« resolution
Everett E. Easton died at 10 A. M.,
land. helping to swell the prospective title role, is a notable dramatic
ADVERTISES KU KLUX KLAN
fish warden of the Oregon state fish ' as submitted by Mr. Kerrigan appar
Fourth visitors at Estacada.
achievement. The author has chosen
July 4. He was found dead by his
ently was Intended as a abort cut to
W. P. O'Brien, well-known business daughter, Stella, when she went in
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Gordon returned for presentation six episodes in the
chemistry and athletic supervisor at
Tho Marion-Polk County Realtors the reduction of telephone rates ia
Jun« 29 from a aix-weeks’ visit in east great war president’s career and on man of Astoria, has inswted in the to speak with him.
at a meetlug In Salem Oregon, and if approved, probably will
Mrs. McCune, a well-to-do widow,
ern states. They had a splendid trip. them has built a drama of outstanding local press of that city an advertise
have the effect of throwing th« entire
They report Pennsylvanians were sur merit. It would be difficult to find a ment containing the opinion of the to building a large reaidence on Fifty farmer south of Eugene, playdfr the decided to start an investigation to telephone rate controversy in the
prised to have a frost June 23. Waldo better Lincoln than McGlynn who ia Ku Klux Klan expressed to the New fifth avenue, near 103d street She is
courts for final determination.
Gordon of Newcastle, Pa., a nephew supported by a company whieh hi York World by the grand master of the master mechanic, as well as com here when he saved the livee of two ject at 8L Paul, several milee east
the New York Masons, a vigorous in mon laborer and works right along
of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon, ia visiting
After testing the youngsters with
with a carpenter who must hustle to a dynamite blast In the bottom of a and the money of investor* is being
with them in their Ninety-second- throughout the week with Saturday dictment of the Kluxers.
numerous questions, the school in
used in sinking the well.
do hia share. The nicely shingled well they were digging
Aa $8060 bond Keue tp aid in the
The favorite "bad rood" leading into spector was trying to impress upon
Ex-Cy elope Found Guilty
roof towers above some of the homes
Tuesday, July 4, Mrs. M. Morgan,
financing of the school construction Scio is being graded and rocked by them the importance of one point.
Fifty-seventh avenue caterer, took
Stemmie Monnich, of Fifty-fifth program tn La Pine was voted by the the county court This road, known
The clinic days of Arteta Well of the Taft, Cal., Ku Klux Klan, was
■Now,” saM the inspector, ‘ths
her annual vacation day. With her
and Ninety-ninth street, en La Fine dietriot in the annual school as ths cemetery hill road, was Impas thing that you must keep in mind ia
eon-in-law, daughter, two grandchil Baby clinic has been changed from
election. The school building was sable during tho rainy season of the
dren. and son, she drove to a picnic Monday and Friday to Tuesday and ing Dr. Dwight R. Mason by a Bakers tertained several of his near neigh
year, making reeldenta two miles east that you should always seek to do
bors with his radio Tuesday evening. recently destroyed by fire.
field jury last Friday.
at Forest Grove. 8he did not go to*
Friday of each week, beginning at 1
The Willamette Valley Lumbermen's of Scio go nearly six milee out of some one thing better than anyone
With a graphaphone horn attached
stay overnight this time. Ixut year
Salem Men Run Service Station
the music could be heard on the naaoelntlon has gone on record as op their way to come to town.
else can do it. You can begin to do
she went to Seaside and she stayed o’clock.
After faJthfullf performing her that right now. Tell me—is there
The Honest Measure Pump com street Mr. Monnich used some kind posed to the dissolution of th» South
all night “That waa the lontarest
pany of Salem, Or., is now running of a device of his own to cut out any ern Pacific and Central Pacific lines duties m chief operator tor the Canby
Sere Throat Malignant
night,” she «ays, “I ever apent.”
The organisation included manufae Mutual Teiphone company for tho laot anyone among you who can do that
a service station at Eighty-second unusual noises.
He loves hut lightly who his love
one thing better than anyone else?”
and Diviaion streets. The station was
16H yearn. Mrs. R. Soper ot Canby
Workers ere wanted badly in a turers of western Oregon.
Foeter road at Sixty-ninth street, is
A youngster held up his hand.
Durk Stendaaa. a rancher and cat baa tendered her resignation, to tab«
erected for this company to demon- man’s berry patch He left word with
“And what is it?”
Votes might to be weighed, not ill at St. Vincent's hospital with starte their patented pump. The pump Mrs. Conine in» her store at Fifty tleman of Sumpter valley tn Baker effect in two montha
“I can read my own writing better
malignant septic sore throat
county. reports the loss of four eowe will go to Newberg, where she ie to
capacity ia ten gallon* in eight see- fifth avenue and 100th street
than anyone else can," said the boy.
mqab Mtpt feed been
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