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LENTS STATION, PORTLAND, OREGON, FRIDAY,
ODDFELLOWS AND REBECCAHS TRAVELER
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Kepeha are at
M. F. Jobes of tha American Manu
Friday night, July 7, Mount Scott
Miss Ethel Io Salter is now em lodge, No. 188, Oddfellows, installed facturing company making advertía
ing rulers, etc., is a camper at the
ployed at the I.aurelwood bakery.
the following officers; Dr. A. C. l<ente’ auto park with his wife and
Jack Heitman is employed at th«- Lundberg,
noble grand; WUson,
M. 4 R. market. Ninety-second street. V. N. G.) Brandon, R. 8.; Kautz, family. They came hare from lx>»
Sherman Nelson and brother, J. A. F. 8. J Goggins, treasurer; Edwards, Angeles and will leave shortly for
8. Nelson, were I xmls visitors Tues warden; Moodonbeugh, conductor; Seattle and thence on to eastern
paints. Mr. Jobes la mixing business
Linquist, chaplain; Schweitzer, R. 8.
Mrs. F. M Barker and children are N. G.; Reed, L. 8. N. G.; Hodge, with pleasure on tha trip. He was
visiting Mrs. C. Barker’s parenta at R. S. 0.| Wakefield, R. 8. N. G.; highly «nth us issue over the lints'
auto park and being an extensive
Hummel, I. G.; Christenson, L. 8. 6.;
T. H. Ray, 6442 Eighty-third street, Greenfield, L. 8. V. G.J Jehaeon, traveler la well qualified to judge.
has moved to route 8, box 62, O. G. Assistant D. G. M. Walter H. He made the suggestion, however,
that particular attention should be
Baker, assisted by District Deputy paid to proper road signs. Other-
Eddie Deining, box 45, R. F. I). 2, G. Marshal and Tom Cox Installed.
wise all of the advertising will be
Adam», Or,, to one of Tha Herald's
The Relieecehs Installed tha follow done for the benefit of the munic-
ing officers: Mrs. Stevens, N. G.;
C M. Barlow rodr the goat into Mrs. Byrd. V. G.; Coral Bengq, R- 8.; ipal auto park.
Motorists are confused, says Mr.
Arleta lodge, No. 216, Oddfellows, Nellie Dilley, treasurer; Mrs. Laraon,
Jobes, because the Lenta* park signs
last Friday night.
chaplain; Mrs. Solee, warden; Ruth
Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Samuel have Baker, conductor; Mannie Cox, R. 8. are like the municipal sigma He
moved from l^nts to 1115 East N. G.; Mrs. Richantoon, R. 8. V. G,; suggests that a big sign be placed at
Eighty-second and Footer Road to
Mrs. Ixindberg, L. 8. V. G.; Mrs.
Mrs. 8. E. Bobbin* of Bruneau, Christiansen, I. G.; Arthur Mooden- direct motorists aright
Since the Rose Festival Mr. Jobes
Idaho, recently visited her slater, Mrs. baugh. O. G.
says ho has cashed four KO checks,
B. C. Heath of Laurolwood.
which is an indication of the money
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Ftoher of Med
Miss Dimhanian Injured
automobile travelers bring to a com
ford. Mr». P. A. Swan's daughter and
Little Margaret Dinihanian, age 10, munity.
son-in-law. are visiting Mrs. Swan.
E. P. Williams. salesman far tha of 6635 Eighty-first street, nearly
IJHin-Dry-Etto and the Royal Cleaner, severed th« index finger of her left
was a Lente business visitor Satur hand while helping her mother wash
Mr. and Mrs. Hremmer have rented
last week. The finger was caught in
tho Easton residence, formerly thn
The stork brought a son to Mr. and
Abbot home, on liMith street and
Mr*. Paul Vandenburg June 28. Mr. had presence of nund sufficient to Forty-fourth avenue. A great im
Vandenburg la a stepson of Johh
sistance. It required seven stitches provement already has been made on
close the wound during the taking > the grounda.
Dr. O. A. Hess ambled back to
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green and
which Margaret showed much more
Lent* last week -omewhat “stove*
son, Harold, have gone to the beach.
up” after a week’s stay at hi*
under like circunutnaces. At last With Mr. Green's parents they recent
ly spent a short time visiting his
L. R. Mullineaux, brother of A. E. reporta the wound was heeling
sister, Mrs. John Baird, and a neice,
Mullineeux, of the Star Electric com
Mrs. Artist Logan, at their home in
pany, Inc., 6338 Foster Road, has
Lents Has Mac-Dry Agency
joined the firm.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bitters are talk-
The H. 4 H. garage, 103d and
The poatoffice department is look
ing of starting a store in Lenta in
ing for a new site for the I«enta* post- Foster Road. H. Hebestreit, owner,
the near future.
office. Specifications may be ob has obtained tho Lenta agency for the
Mrs. Mary Brook, who has been
Mac-Dry battery. The battery to 30
lamed at the poetoffice
visiting for some time with relatives
L. A. Harker. of the Economy Fur per cent cheaper than the ordinary in Seattle, has returned to her home
niture store, left Friday on a busi wet battery, has a written guarantee |
near Ninety-second street. Her health
ness trip to Corvallis and Monroe on of a life of three years, and needs !
is improved greatly.
a business trip. He will return Mon
Mrs. F. 8. Armstrong of 9912
r««charging is needed because the !
Fifty-sixth avenue returned to her
Mr*. J. L. Kelly and family of automobile’s generator does not func home from Emanuel hospital a week
lewistown, Mont., visited with Mr. tion properly. Because it is a dry
ago, bringing with her little Miss
and Mrs. W. R. Howe, 9926 Wood battery there is no fear of corrosion Grace Elouise Armstrong, who seems
stock avenue, recently, while on their
La Faver 4 Jordan. 132-34 Broad perfectly at home and contented.
way to I os Angeles.
Mrs. McGinnis of 6529 Eighty
are distributors for Oregon and
Rouen Faith is fast regaining his
seventh street has been a visitor
strength in hia Oswego lake summer
with her little new grand daughter,
home. He has hia piano with him,
also Mrs. Armstrong’s sister. Florence
and to working. He plana a recital
The Star Electric company, Inc.,
for late September.
Mrs. Ix>u Northrup, formerly of
Vara Alice Crete. 6 years old. a of 6.338 Foster Road, donated the Fifty-fourth avenue, is now living in
pupil of ths first grade Seventh-Day labor of three men three-quaiters of a new house just across Johnson
Adventist school, lonta, is one of the a day Wednesday and completed the creek, opposite her former residence
moat welcome paper buyers who comes electric wiring of the Lents' auto there. She reports that she has
park camp grounds. The company just returned from Seaside, where
into The Herald office.
aold the material used at the price the she his been for sometime.
Tom Word Jr., non of ex Sheriff
company paid the wholesaler for it
Mrs. Mary E. Johnson of Nebraska
Tom Word, and brother of Dick Word,
is visiting with her sister. Miss
Zadlerbach Paper company’s salesman
Banker Enjoys Suburban Home
In the Mount Scott district, died July
When C. H. Chambrcau, assistant
MRS. ADAH L. CONINE.
7, and waa buried July 8.
cashier ot the United States National
R. A. Rnlieon, the grocer at Ninety-
bank, looks for rest and recreation, he IT IS “ROAD.” NOT “BOl'LKVARIF*
second and Forty-eighth avenue, has
turns from Portland's financial center
City Commissioner Barbur's office
opened a branch store at Ninety-
and drives, or rides in the street informed The Herald again yester
sixth and Forty-fifth avenue. Mrs. car, to hla palatial home on lluckley
day, upon request, that the name
Robson will be In charge of the new avenue, near Gilbert station. There, “Foster Rond” has not been offi
working among the woods, he finds cially changed to “Foster boulevard.”
Mrs. Inex I. S. Gulliks is clearing the resource to carry him along while To avoid confusion, unless advertisers
out an entire stock of summer milli- downtown. Just now Mrs. Harry M. particularly demand “Foster boute-
nery at greatly reduced prices. Mrs. Bouvy of I.a Grande (Calls Cham- vard” The Herald will use the official
Gulliks also desires to sell her entire breuu) is viaiting her parenta, Mr. name, “Foster Road.”
business because she looks forward to and Mrs. C. H. Chambroau. Dr.
engaging in other work.
Bouvy, an eye. ear, nose and throat BASEBALL SCHEDULE AT LENTS
Mr. and Mrs. loo Katzky and specialist of the Union county seat,
family and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Katzky will spend a few days here within a
Indoor baseball is the thing on the
returned last Thursday from Call- short time.
playgrounds just now. Ix-nts has five
fornia. Otto Katzky, who was In
Dr. and Mrs. Bouvy returned April teams playing in the city schedule:
jured in an automobile collision I from a aix-months’ visit to nine Girls, 4 feet 10 inches and 5 feet 6
recently, is recovering.
European countries, where the doctor inches, boys 4 feet 10 inches and 6
Mias Doria Henningaen will become did postgraduate work. Europe is feet 6 inches, and unlimited, Each
the bride of U. 8. Harkson. director not yet settled enough to be entirely team will play ten games before the
of the Multnomah State bank. Uni safe for travelers, says Mrs. Bouvy. middle of August.
versity of Nebraska graduate and “Vienna is just a shadow of its former
So far Lents has three games out
Portland contractor, tomorrow in St. self, Paris is immoral, Rome has the of four to ita credit. Yesterday the
best hospital Dr. Bouvy wax ever in. 4- 10 girls played Sellwood. As it is
David's Episcopal church.
Margaret Ixdtch. 11-year-old daugh In London we met Bill Munly of girls’ day at the swimming tank they
ter of Mr. and Mrs. James Leitch of Portland and hia bride,” said Mrs. made a day of it. Both the 4-10 and
Eighty-ninth street was operated on Bouvy to The Herald reporter. Dr. 5- 6 boys played at Dunniway park
at Good Samaritan hopital Tuesday. and Mrs. Bouvy plan to return to yesterday.
The schedule for the rest of this
The operation was to correct a leg Europe within the next two years for
month follows: Girls (4-10)—July
injury caused by a fall. Dr. Akins is further study.
15, Kenilworth, at Lenta; July 20,
Sam Newman wks considerably ex- Terwilliger, at Lenta. Girla (5-6)—
S. G. Gibson of Stanley station is
last Friday morning over the July 14, Mount Tabor, at Lenta;
catcher for the Kendal baseball team ereised
report that the cement sidewalk In | July 19, Kenilworth, away.
which has played 15 games this year
and lost one. Sunday the team de
E. R. Bradbury says though bust- Lenta. Roys (5-6)—July 17, Laurel-
feated the Baby Beavers, 22 to 3.
Next Sunday the Kendal team will neaa now Is a little slow, du<- large- hurst, away; July 20, Johnson creek,
ly to the torn up condition of Foster at Lenta. Boys (unlimited)—July 14,
play Washougal at Washougal.
Road, he realizes that once the pave- ‘ Johnson creek, at Lenta; July 18,
Mr. and Mrs. C. M Barlow and ment is down the community will go Dunniway, at Lenta,
children, Charlee, Kenneth and Mar ahead very rapidly.
The girls’ games and the boys'
jorie, went southeast of Hubbard, 0r-> , Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Heath, who have' (4-10) are called at 2:30. The other
to Horace Stone’s farm, last Sunday, boon in business in LaurelwooJ for ■ games
are played evenings.
and demonstrated the audion radio the paat 19 years, are selling out
receiving set built at the Star Electric their grocery business because the
Mrs. Inea I. S. Gulliks is clearing
company. Ine., shop at 6338 Foster land on which their store stands has
out an entire stock of summer milli-
Mi*. Harlow picked up the been sold and will be used for a
nery at greatly reduced prices. Mrs.
Portland concerts—40 miles distance public park. When Mr. and Mrs.
Gulliks also desires to sell her entire
Heath camo here 19 years ago there business because she looks forward to
A. J. Knady, 4803 Sixty-sixth street, waa but one house visible from their engaging in other work.
has opened a modem shoe repairing business place, that of R. A. Taylor.
shop at 6603 Foster Road. Ameen Across the field from them the
Mrs. C. Bryant of Loa Angeles ar
A. Farah who heretofore han rm a ground wea in stubble. The Eatacade. rived this month to make her home
shop of hla own at Laurelwood, will Casadeno and Mount Scott cars used with George Bryant, new owner of
work for Mr. Kaady in the new place. the single track along Foster Road. the Arleta Studio.
OREGON NEWS NOTES
OF GENERAL INTEREST
Principal Event* of the Week
Briefly Sketched for Infor*
mation of Our Reader*.
The Orant county fair will be bold
at John Day, September 27 to M. in
Head's bonded indebtedness has
been decreased »3,221 la tho past
year sad unehalf
The annual summer session water
carnival at the Oregon Agricultural
college to scheduled tor July >1.
Two persona were killed and 518
were injured in automobile accidents
in Portlaad during ths month of Juno.
The Ladies of the Invisible Empire
to the name of a new organisation
which filed articles ot Incorporation
September 8 has been announced
as the day on which the cornerstone
ot the mlllion-dotlar Elk’s templa will
be laid In Portland.
The forest fir* situation In the
Tillamook country Is becoming rather
grave, according to the latest reports
received from there.
With the cherry harvest nearing
completion Wasco county is now turn
ing Its attention to the wheat, and
harvesting has started.
The buchleberry crop in the Blue
mountains this year will be unusually
large, according to Floyd Kendall.
United States forest ranger.
Although the highways of the state
were crowded with motor vehicles
July 4. less than a dozen arrests were
made by state traffic officers.
Forest fires along the line of the
Tillamook branch of the Southern Pa
cific have handicapped passenger and
freight service to some extent.
H. J. Overturf of Bend, whose ap
pointment as an appraiser for the Spo
kane farm loan bank waa recently
suspended, has been reinstated.
Shipment o< lumber from Bend dur
ing the mtMIh dt* June was at the
rate of 36.7 cars a day, a new ship
ping record for the Industry there.
The blggeat three-day celebration
ever held in Union county waa hold
at Elgin. Eighty horses participated
In the races before 5000 spectators.
The Roseburg city council has put
into effect an em.-rgenoy ordinance
limiting the loads o' trucks operating
through the city to 400 pounds to
each Inch of tire width.
Valuation of imports In the Oregon
district for five months ending with
May. according to official tabulations,
were 83 194.347, as compared with >1.-
406.846 for the first five mouths of
The average grade for all milk dis
tributed within the city ot Portland
is as high as that specified by law
for certified milk according to Dr.
D. W. Mack, chief dairy and milk
Men above the aga of 15 yeara out-
number women in Portland above the
same age by 5841, according to figures
which have just been released by the
department of commerce at Washing
ton. D. C.
D. L. Hamilton, aged forty-two, died
at Klamath Falls from Injuries receiv
ed when a logging truch upset, crush
ing his body and pinning htm be
neath a stream ot boiling water from
a burst radiator.
A statewide association of poultry
men probably will be organised at
the national convention of Instructors
ami investigators in poultry hus
bandry at the Oregon Agricultural
college this month.
Because of the Increasing distance
between mills of toe Brooks-Scanlon
Lumber company of Bend and the log
ging camps, a new 50-ton Raidwin
locomotive has been added to the com
pany's transportation facilities.
Lack of cherry and berry pickers
to hindering operations at the can
nery of the Eugene Fruit Growers' as
sociation. and may cause a loss ot
a great deal of fruit on account of
allowing It to become too ripe.
The big sawmill of the Booth-Kelly
Lumber company at Wendling was
totally destroyed by fire last week
and It was with difficulty that the
planer and other units of the plant,
es well as the whole town, wore
A total of 164
quired to Instruct the 3921 children
enrolled in the Union county schools
during the year ending Inst June, ac
cording to the annual report prepared
by Mrs A. N. Ivanhoe, county school
Because ot the damage resulting to
■acadam roads from the open cutout
on nutomobilee, Herbert Nunn, state
highway engineer, will go before the
legislature at Its next session and
JULY 14, 1922
VOL. XX, No 28
ask that the tramc laws bo ameaasa
A PROFESSIONAL FAKIR
so as to curb this evil.
■ via Kirby, alias James Owens, and
(From the Daily Guard, Eugene.)
John R»UUe, slayers ot Sheriff Til
R. H. Sawder i# back again, telling
Teylor of Umatilla eouaty la 19M paid
the more gullible people of Eugene
a lot of pernicious falsehoods which
ike penalty for their erime oa the
tend to stir up strife, racial and
gaUews la tho state poeitentiary ot
religious, in a community. He is a
Hales*. Rathls waa the first ot tha
professional talker and fakir, having
two men to mount the gallows.
jumped from one religious denomina
There was one fatality in Oregon
tion to another, until he has finally
duo to lad net rial aecideets during the
landed where such men always end
week ending July 6, according to a
their careers, as a religious agitator,
report prepared by the Industrial ac
and the tool of cheap politicians. If
cident commission. The victim was
there was any truth in the statements
A. N. Oarrett, salesman, of Portland.
made by Mr. Sawyer, then his or
A total of 448 accidents wore reported.
would be no leas dangerous
Warning waa Issued to smokers st
than it is, because it is a secret poli
Bend by Fire Chief Carlon against
THE DIRECT PRIMARY
tical order, and such orders, which
throwing away lighted cigarette stubs
and indorse candidates for
near say inflammable material. The
Much discussion to now being had public offices behind locked doors are
warning was given after six small
pro and con on thia ail absorbing a menace to the very government It
fires In sawdust and dry grass had
question—the direct primary.
self. There is no objection, legal or
been extinguished la the south end
Oregon’s experience with the pri otherwise, to any citizen who dislikes
of town nesw the big pine milling mary election law is not dissimilar to
the Catholics expressing his opinion
that of other states under like and governing hia vote accordingly,
Ail of the state lastltutlons, with statutes.
provided he does it openly and above-
the exception of the school for the
The alleged purposes of the change board. Neither is the man nor
deaf, probably have on hand sufficient from the nominating convention to
woman who harbors a resentment
money to handle their operations until the nomination of candidates by oift-
against the Jews, colored people, or
the close of the present biennium, ac-; present system was to insure to any
any foreign element or religious creed
cording to reports prepared by the citizen and every citizen the right prohibited from expressing it and re
superintendents of the 'nstitutions and opportunity to aspire to public fusing as an individual to vote for a
and submitted to the state board of office. Said its advocates: “It will member of such race or subscribe to
eliminate the perpetration of intrigue such a creed.
There had been registered fa Ore and ’jobs,’ and assure to the voter the
But when men band themselves to
gon up to the night of June 30 a total full exercise of his or her sacred gether in secret societies to control
of 109,001 motor cars, 2425 motor right of the elective franchise." Does elections, to boycott and restrict the
cycles, 423 dealers. >801 chauffeurs our present system accomplish these rights of citizenship guaranteed by
and 198485 operators, according to results?
the federal constitution they are any
a report prepared by Sam A. Koser.
in answer to this question let us thing but real Americans. In truth,
secretary of state. The total receipts ! recount Oregon's experience.
most of the secret orders of this
from the license fees for the first six
Jonathan Bourne’s Campaign
character have as their active mem
months of the year 1922 aggregate' Our first experience was in the bership naturalized citizens who do
case of Jonathan Bourne. He ran in not yet know the real meaning of
Plans for the submission to the; 1896 for United States senator from Americanism, in its broader sense. It
voters of Portland at the coming gen Oregon and was nominated.
is a safe prediction that this man
eral election of a >1,000,000 bond Is- ‘ His campaign was spectacular. His Sawyer, if he is really a sincere
sue to pay for the Immediate erection fit», move was to lease a full floor crusader for religious and racial in
of a bridge across the Willamette of a large building and employ 2o tolerance is not a native-born Ameri
river, near the lower end of Ross is typists. He procured carefully pre can. If he were he would have learned
land. were made by a joint commit-1 pared lists of names of all voters in that the most effective way to protect
tee representing seven south and south the proceeding election ami opened a one’s own right to think and act with
east Portland communities Interested publicity bureau, the completeness of entire independence, within the law,
which neither before nor since has is to fight the battle of the other
tn the erection of such a structure.
Dismissal of proceedings before the been witnessed in the state. He sent fellow when his constitutional righto
public service commission of Oregon s letter to every voter in Oregon. He are attacked. That is why the moat
on the ground that it lacks jurisdic announced his candidacy for the strenuous opponents of Ku Klux ism
lion, was sought by defendant rail highest office in the gift of the peo are neither Catholics, Jews not
roads in the rate case brought by ple; he proclaimed disapproval of the negroes, but plain Americans who
eastern Oregon farm interests in an use of money in elections, and in are jealously guarding their own
attempt to obtain a lower rate on al- other and many ways emphasized his liberties against possible assault by
talfa hay shipments to western Ore inclination toward simplicity and his intolerance and bigotry, because the
gon daltymen. Commissioners Mc-| firm and unyielding belief in purity life of the republic is dependent upon
Coy. Corey and Kerrigan denied the in politics. Each voter received many these guarantees. As to the masked
of such letters which practically were night riders of the Klan being a neces
motion for dismissal.
The voters of Oregon, when they duplicates of the first one, though sary adjunct to law enforcement, that
go to the polls at the generwl »lection couched in different language. The would be a joke if it did not oc
next November, will be confronted by headquarters were very comfortably
casionally end in tragedy.
seven proposed constitutional amend furnished and made the mecca of all
ments and two initiative measures. who were votaries of the system or
KLANSMEN IN FIGHT
This was announced by Sam A. Kozer. who
secretary of state, when the time for Bourne’s bureau distributed an im
filing completed p«jtltions tor the fall mense amount of printed matter,
Atlanta, Ga.—The two leading
election expired. All of the petitions which, together with his letter mail, I literary lights of the Ku Klux Klan,
presented were accepted subject to
as well as the principal promoters of
master supplied him with sacks and
rechecklng by the state department.
the Klan plot to consolidate racial and
twice each day sent a postal wagon
Umatilla county’s wheat crop will
religious prejudice for nationwide
to “headquarters” to transport it to
be approximately five bushels short.
underground political activity, have
the postoffice. Twenty-five thousand
had a fistfight No decision is re
on the 200,000 acres In grain this
dollars were expended for postage -
year, on account of the recent heat
alone in this branch of the service,
wave, according to the best authorities
The battlers were Carl F. Hutche
and be it remembered this was by a
who have checked the entire county.;
candidate who had written to every son, moving spirit in the promotion
This is a loss of a million bushels and; voter that “he depreciated the use of
of the Great American Fraternity and
will make the crop about 1400.000' money in politics." He was nomi
bushels short of the bumper crop of. nated. The republicans had a work Georgia’s moat violent anti-Catholic,
last season. Conservative estimates ing majority in the state at that and J. O. Wood, editor of the Klan
place the crop in I’ matitla oounty this time of 35,000. Against Bourne was organ, the Searchlight, Klan candi
year at 4400.000 bushels.
a representative republican and yet date for the legislature and until yes
Because the officers of Jackson by the votes cast Bourne was shown terday Hutcheson’s law partner. Both
county have failed to prosecute al to be the “choice of the people.” When
leged "night moba" for outrages com the following legislature met Bourne’s are directors of the fraternity. Hutche
mitted there a few months ago, Gov nomination was ratified and he be son is its general counsel.
Hostilities began at a recent con
ernor Olcott addressed a latter to I. came the senator for Oregon, osten
H. Van Winkle, attorney-general, in sibly the choice of the people, but ference of Klan and American frater
structing him to take charge of the actually as the result of the expendi nity officials when Wood, it is learned
cases in question, present any evi ture of a prodigious amount of money.
from intimate friends of both men
dence that may be assembled to ths
Bourne Spent Money
expressed disapproval of Hutcheson's
grand jury, and in ease of indictments,
Bourne had spent more money to
proceed with the prosecution of the corrupt Oregon politics than any ten radical methods of spreading the fra
persona charged with the offenses.
men in the state. He had defeated ternity’s propaganda.
Some winter wheat has been cut Dolph; he had “held up” the legisla
“You are carrying thia thing too
In Oregon, but although the hot ture and had deprived the state of far and making an ass of yourself,”
weather la hastening maturity, har one representative in the senate and
Wood is quoted as saying to his law
vest has not yet become general, says had completely disrupted the republi
the weekly crop report ot tho weather can party; had given the state two partner and brother promoter.
bureau. Conditiona are unfavorable democratic senators and finally elected ■’ Southern blood wanned and tha
for filling ot wheat, but In some of the himself senator and all through the men faced each other as enemies.
principal wheat-growing countiea the purity and innocence of the direct Details of the fight could not ba
crop has escaped serious injury. primary.
Teamed, except that Wood landed one
Tha Newberry case in Michigan is
Spring wheat and oats, especially
where sown late, are being materially a similar example only, if possible, blow on Hutcheson’s face. The law
partnership was immediately declared
Injured by drouth. Corn has respond much worse.
If such results aa these are obtain dissolved. Temporarily, at least, the
ed well to the hot weather, but where
able, let us return to the old conven organisation plans of the Great Amer
not Irrigated will need rain soon
That a fleet of >0 purse seining tion system in which the people have ican fraternity also are upset.
craft, the majority of them from a choice of candidates for their
J. B. HUNTINGTON.
Puget sound, is planning to start fish officers.
A new automatic shuttleleea loom
ing off tho Oregon and Washington
has bean invented, which, it is be
BUILDING PERMITS lieved, will revolutionize the eotton
coasts about July 15 waa the informa
tion received nt Astoria by Deputy
manufacturing industry. The loom
Bertrand F. Hedrieh. erect resi is the invention of an Englishman
State Fish Warden Larson. To bo
prepared to combat the operations of dence, 29*20 55th street, between 29th and is said to give double production,
this fleet, the cruiser launch Phoenix, and 30th avenues; builder, B. F. plus automatic weaving.
which has been chartered by the fish Hedrieh; $3500.
eries department to patrol the coast,
Charles W. Bauer, legal, 581 Fifth
Cowry shells are used as money in
will have a one-pound gun mounted street, and Anna Linderman, legal. Siam, in the East Indies and on the
on her bow and will be equipped with 6723 41st street.
west coast of Africa. Sperm whale
range finders, so that the exatt bear
teeth are used as a medium of ex
Ings ot any tiahlng craft whloh en
Ninety-seven per eent of the popu- change in Fiji. Among certain South
croaches on the three-mile limit can lation of India live in the rural dia- Sea islands red feathers and attrac
tive kinds of stones pass as currency.