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DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR
GOVERNOR MEEKS AID OF
KU KLUX INTEREST
HAll’S NtW CANDIDACY
DEFEATED REPUBLICAN CANDI
DATE MAKES NEW MOVE—
’ *CGALITY IS QUESTIONED
ter M. Pierce, democratic can
didate for governor uf Oregon, gave
to De press Tuesday a statement
fav ng the school monopoly tall
wtei will appear on the ballot in the
Novi .abor election. After dealing with
the increasing burden of taxation in
the State, he says:
"Many people wonder why a re
ligious controversy should have been
fore* to the front in thia state thia
year, when we are in such danger.
"1 did not bring religion into thia
campaign. 1 refuse to meet it. It
is not the issue. Wo are living in
America, the land of the free, the
20th century, where every one can
worship God aa he pleases.
"1 am a Protestant, the ninth gen
eration in America Every one of
my ancestors haa been a Protestant
for over 300 years. My wife and all
her relativee are Protestants. Every
one of our six children waa educated
in the public schools. I believe in Che
free public school, from the primary
to the college and university.
School Bill Favored
"I am in favor of and shall vote for
the compulsory school bill sponsored
by the Scottish Rite .Masonic bodies
"I believe we would have a better
generation of Americans, free from
snobbery and bigotry, if all children
up to and including the eighth grade
were educated in the free public
schools of America.
"I believe we should have legisla
tion prohibiting the wearing of sec
tarian garb by teachers in the public
schools. I am unalterably opposed to
the appropriation of public money for
private or sectarian nurpoeea.
Hall Independent Candidate
1’ierce's declaration in favor of the
bill has not satisfied the Ku Klux-
Orange combination who have nomi
nated Charles Hal) of Marshfield aa
an independent candidate for gover
nor. The Kluxers wanted him to make
the school issue the principal plank in
his platform and Pierce is apparent
ly averse to doing so. A number of
old-time democrats say that they h id
Mr. Pierre’s promise not to associate
himself with the school bill. Hal's in
dependent candidacy has met with
legal difficulties', there being a stat
ute which forbids a candidate de
feated in the primary election from
prosecuting an Independent candi
dacy The matter ia now In the hands
cf the attorney-general of the stat«
for an opinion.
W. C. T. U. Appoint Delegatee
At the regular monthly meeting
of the Arleta W. C. T. U. held last
Tuesday at the Arleta library the
following delegates were appointed:
Mrs M. L. Flahburn and Mias C, L.
Cauthorn to the state convention at
McMinville, October 10, 11 and 12;
Mrs. Minnie Arp and Mrs. Warmack
to the county convention in Portland,
September 20 and 21.
Heaaemera Hold Reunion
The results of a deer hunting trip
taken by C. C. Heasemer to southern
Oregon, near Myrtle creek, were en
joyed at a combination family re
union, birthday party, and venison
dinner held at hia home Friday, Sep
tember 8. Fifteen people were pres
ent at the reunion, including R. R.
Heasemer of Tulsa, Okla., and Mrs.
E. Brown and daughter, Elsie. The
occasion was also the birthday of Miss
Agnes Heasemer. On hia trip Mr.
Heasemer succeeded in getting two
deer, one of which was on display
at Warren’s market over the week
VOL. XX, No 37
LENTS STATION, PORTLAND, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1922
Subscription, $1.50 the Year,
1825 FAIR CAMPAIGN IH ON
All over Oregon an intensive edu
cations! campaign is under way to
inform voters of features of ths 1926
Under direction of Mayor George
L. Baker the managing committee la
acquainting people with the constitu
tional amendment which will be on
the November ballot ami which pro
vides for the City of Portland taxing
itself in the extent of $3,000,000 to
hold the Oregon exposition. The pre
vious, state-wide tax plan haa been
idwmU ned, and the present amend
ment does not call for taxing a single
foot of property outside of Portland.
Untold benefits will accrue to the
entire stale through holding of the
exposition, «ay Interested parties
Figures show that California has 22
people to the square mile, Washing
ton 20 and that but eight to the
square mile reside in Oregon. It ia
held that Rhe exposition will bring
thousands of people to the state, that
many will settle here and that the
resources of the state will be de-
A special train will leave
Portland ■September IK. and will
he rad the exposition to the people of
Mr«. Roland on Year Trio
Mra. M. J. Boland ia leaving Tues
day. September I», for a year’s trip
to Sheridan, Wyo.; Alliance. Neb.;
Omaha and Milwaukee, Wla. She will
viait her brothers, whom ahe haa not
»een for 21 yearn, aa well aa her Bie
ters and a daughter. Mr» Boland haa
been a rvaident of Mount Scott for
Addreaa Parent • Teacher Association
Mrs. D. T. Kelly, president of the
Portland Parent-Teacher association,
will address the Arleta Parent
Teacher association Friday, Sept em
ber 15, at 3 o'clock in the Arleta
school. Her subject will concern the
national ParenLTeacher association’s
convention held last spring at
Miss Zetha Schrllhoim Passe*
Miss Zrtha Schellhous. 17 years,
of 6825 Sixty-second avenue, died
Wednesday, September 6, at 2:30
P. M. Mixa Schellhous was secretary
of the Sunday school of the Tremont
United Brethren church, and was a
faithful worker. She a survived by
her mother, Mrs. Ida Schellhols, her
father, Herbert Schellhous, and taro
brothers, Loren and William Schell-
houa. The funeral, held from the
Kenworthy parlors Saturday, Septem
ber 9, was conducted by Rev. B. R.
Tvans of the Tremont United Breth
ren church. Many beautiful flowers
were aent. Interment was in the
Mcunt Scott cemetery.
W. C. T. U. Leader to'l^cture
The Slat annual convention of the
Multnomah county W. C. T. U. will
bo held in the First Methodist church,
South, Union avenue and Multnomah
street, September 20 and 21. Madam
Hayashi will be the guest of honor
at the luncheon and will addreaa the
Madam Hayashi is a prominent tem
perance worker of Japan, and ia now
on her «ray to attend the «-orld’a con
vention of the W. C. T. U. in Phila
delphia, November 11-18.
Give Mrs. Sibley Farewell Party
The women of the missionary socie
ties and the ladies’ aid of the Lents*
Methodist Episcopal church recently
stormed the home of Mrs. F. R.
Sibley, much to the surprise of that
good lady, caught as she was in the
midst of packing, she was, as ever,
the gracious hostess. Refreshments
of sandwiches, cake and coffee were
served during a social hour. Aa a
token of their love and esteem Mra.
Sibley waa presented with a gold bar
pin, preaentation being made by Mrs.
Julia Rohlfing, president of the
woman’s home mimionary society
Mrs. Sibley responded in a few well-
Mrs. McDowell ia Plaster Cast
choaen word*. The Sibleys leave for
Mary A. McDowell, 9024 Foster 'their new charge h> Bums, Or., the
Road, while mopping the linoleum In early part of next week.
her home three weeks ago slipped on
Lenta School Pupils Very Healthy
the wet floor and broke her hip in
Mrs. Mary Drain Albro, health
two places. She haa been in Good
Samaritan hospital, but ia now at the nurse, examined the children of I*nta
home of her daughter, Mrs. J. H. school Wednesday and found a splen
Page, 742 Yukon avenue. She ia im did state of health existing. Tbere
proving ax well aa can be expected, were but a few cases of minor akin
but will be in a double caat for four diseases to mar a 100 per cent record.
weeks. She would be glad to have While in I^nta Mrs. Albro took oc
the women of Shiloh circle and East casion to compliment the principal
ern Star and other friends call during and teachers of lente school upon the
splendid co-operation shown towards
her lonely siege.
Mrs. McDowell ia one1 of the first her in health work.
settlers in the Lenta district, coming
'Joseph Grsaoena Enters Business
here 24 years ago from West
Joseph G rexsens, 6204 Ninety-sev
The McDowells were one of the enth street, bought the Mount Tabor
first subscribers of The Mount Scott Madket, 1582 Test Stark street, cor
Herald. Either I. F. Coffman or ner of Fast! Sixtieth street, Monday,
W. H. McDowell, her husband, now and opened for business Wedneodav
with a fresh, new line of meats. Mr.
passed away, waa*the first.
Mra. McDowell ia the mother of Grassena is an experienced butcher
Mrs. McDougall of 5911 "Ninetieth who has long made his home in
sistlng of Cari Bpllng, Dwight Fergu
son and Theodore Dykesta, have ar
rived at Astoria to launch a campaign
for th»- destruction of the black cur
rent vines In that district In order to
check tbe spread ot the white pine
Principal Events of the Wie blister rust with which these vines
are alleged to be afflicted.
Briefly Sketched for *nfoc-
A compressor plant and engine la
being inatalled at the Bay Horse mine
mation of Our Reader*.
oa Snake river. Baker county, in pre
paration for increased production. The
Prune picking will begin in Marion Bay Horse is a copper producer and
county In about two weeks.
has shipped 40 cars of smelting ore
The state lime plant at Gold Hill •Ince May 1 .
Is now operating on a self-sustaining
Freeh fruit is almost a glut on the
market in the Rogue river valley, due
Baker and Union counties will hold to the fact that this section not only
a joint teachers' Institute at Baker, has the largest and finest fruit and
October 11 and 11.
vegetable crop in yean, but that the
Bight Ln Grande citizens are ill state and entire country seem to bo
with typhoid fever due to the use of likewise fortunate.
A party of Indians from Umatilla
well water for drinking purposes.
The Clatsop county agricultural fair reservation camping around Beaver
will be held at the port terminal In meadows, near North Powder, furnish
ed a thrill for forest service men when
Astoria from September 1* to 21.
By tbe middle of next week Salem they cooked a bear barbecue style
will have spent approximately $60.000 and treated the white man to one
in the improvement of street* this of Its moat relished dishes.
Proposals for the construction ot
The new milling plant at tbe La- a uew high bridge to replace the
bellevue mine, near Granite, in Grant present Burnside bridge and a via
county, will be ready for operation duct to be known as tbe Roes Island
bridge, south of Hawthorne avenue,
The salmon season on Rogue river will be submitted to the voters of
haa ended. The season from the gill- Portland at tbe November election.
Mrs. Clara McTaggart of Eugene
netterz' view, aa a success was tar be
haa just received notification that
¥he annual meeting of the Oregon ahe had been named aa one of a board
Purebtpd Livestock association will of 12 members who will act ae a na
be held in Salem, on the night of tional committee of censors of moving
picture films. She will leave Novem
The Union county court has let a ber 15 tor New York city to assume
contract for the grading and other her duties.
Production from the 123 mills of the
preparatory work on three miles of
reporting to the West Coast
the Island City-Cove highway.
Receipts of the Portland postoffice Lumbermen's association for the week
for August this year were $178,074 as ending September 6 was 2 per cent
compared with $156,769 in August last above normal and new business was 2
year, a gain of $21,306, or 18.73 per per cent below production, according
to a report issued Shipments were 14
Petitions from the business men of per cent above new business.
A cararan of 20 Klamath Falls auto
Oregon City urging the city to main
tain a paid fire department consisting mobilea visited Merrill, 30 miles from
of four men, have been granted by the Klamath Falls, and waa greeted by
more than 200 Merrill citizens, who
Forty-one children, grandchildren served their guests with a dinner. The
and other relatives of Wllllgm Goin. purpose of the caravan was to promote
Oregon pioneer of 1864, ga&ered at greater understanding and friendship
Jefferson park near Albany for a re between the two communities.
Oregon pensions recently granted
Thirty postmasters, of the third and include Mary J. Stockwell, Marquam,
fourth class, representing the Oregon $30; Florence A. 8. Watson, Portland,
branch of the National League of Post $30; Sarah L. Wood. Coquille, $30;
master«, held their annual convention Anna Guild. Portland. $30; Delilah M.
Chase, Portland. »30; Lisle M. Wag
in Portland Friday.
Thirty-five homesixes and six club ner. Estacada, $30; Martie V. Heller,
house sites have been laid out on the Glendale, $30; Lydia M. Clay, Med
west shore of Diamond lake by Fred ford, $25.
J. H. Booth, president of the Doug
W. Cleator, recreational engineer of
las County bank of Roseburg, has
the forest service.
A head-on collision between two deeded 6.8 aerea of land lying along
Southern Pacific freight trains near the highway more than a half mile,
Oakland resulted in a small amount bordering on the South Umpqua river,
of damage to the engines and the to the atete, the land to be used for
complete wrecking of one freight car. a park alte. The land is south of Van
Henry A. Vaughan. 48. son of A. L. dyne creek about 15 miles south of
Vaughan, a pioneer fanner of Walter Roseburg.
Judging teams of the boys’ and
villa. Lane county, died at Houston.
Tex., aa the result of a bullet wound glria’ industrial clubs in the various
In the head, inflicted by a Mexican. counties of Oregon have been instruct
A report issued by the port of As ed to report in Salem Monday morn
toria shows that in August 33 vessels ing, September 25. to participate in
loaded or discharged cargo at ths local the state fair, according to a letter
terminals, whereas in the correspond mailed by the state superintendent of
ing month last year there were but 12. public instruction to all county super
Shipping records of the St. Helens intendente.
The extension of tbe electric rail
mills of the McCormick Lumber com
pany shows that 24 vessels cleared way system on the west side from
from St. Helens harbor in August Corvallis to Eugene, aside from the
carrying cargoes totaling 17.169,197 completion of the Natron extension
are among the early projects of the
The newly constructed 16000 pavil Southern Pacific company, when the
ion at tbe new Jackson county fair present litigation la disposed of and
grounds at Medford, containing one the former plane of tbe company are
of the largest end beet dance floors allowed to materialise, said William
in the state, was formally opened last Sprodle, president, while in Eugene
There were four fatalities due to in
Clark R. Jackson of Chehalis. Wash.,
ex-state tax commissioner, and Mrs. dustrial accidents in Oregon during
Linda Bolling Sturgis, cousin of Mrs. the week ending September T, accord
Woodrow Wilson, were married re ing to e report prepared by the state
cently in Portland, where the bride Industrial accident commission. The
victime wore Alfred Moulle*. logger.
baa been living.
B. S. TUliagbast for the past 17% Salem; H. Oberie, machinist, Port
years superintendent of ths Oregon land; Herbert O. Byrnes, laborer.
state school fbr the deaf at Salem, Portland, and Marion Waddol. laborer,
has accepted a similar position In M Ip Oakland. A total of 111 accidents were
sos ri and will leave tor that state reported during the week.
The secretary of state has received
about October 1.
George Howard, tweaty-flve. for from the department of agriculture at
feited bis Ilfs st the stajs penitentiary Washington a chock for $110,015.11.
st Salem Friday for (he yarder of which will bo pro-rated among the var
George R Sweeney of Vgjp, two years ious counties of Oregon, based on the
ago. Howard was pronounced dead tea acreage of national toreeta. Thio
money waa received by the govern-,
mlnetee after the trap was sprung.
Inspection of ranges in the forests ment from réntalo and eaion of nation
for developing the forest service gras- al forest* The money ie used by the
lag plans is being steadily pushed countiee for the maintenance of pub
and will be completed this tall, accord lic roads and schools
O. L. Molntyre of Fulton, Me, and
ing to D. C. Ingram, grazing eaamlner
E. Taylor of Boulder. Mont., have
of the United States forest service.
Clapton Kirk, eooretery of the tribal filed applications with the state
council of the Klamath Indians and board of oontroi to succeed M •. TtU-
long identified with tribal affairs, waa Ingtfaet aa superintendent of the OaAb
arrested by Justice of the Peace Snook gon State School for the Deaf Ip
of Chiloquin on a charge of Introduc order to have euffteloat time in whle^
ing liquor on the Klamath Indian res to consider filling the place made va
cant by Mr. TUUnghaat'e resignation,
A party of pathologists from the the board haa deferred opening of thá‘
deaf school this year from Septeigi^r
federal agricultural department, con-
25 to October f.
LOCAL HAPPLNIN6S KAY OBJtCTS TO LOWLK MT. SCOTT OREGON NEWS NOTES
Miss Ix»is Handsaker of 5630 Forty
RELIGIOUS ISSUE CHURCH ACTIVITIES OF GENERALINTEREST
fourth avenue entered Reed college
Clyde Beckelhymer of Millard ave LANE COUNTY CANDIDATE HAS
Tremont United Brethren
nue is leaving soon for Eugene where
The basement of the new church
WITHDRAWN FROM CONTEST
he will attend the Eugene Bible uni
located at 7123 Fifty-ninth avenue is
FOR STATE SENATOR
Joe Morris» of 5616 Forty-fourth
The women of the church will hold
avenue is remodeling hia house.
a food sale every Saturday at Tre
A baby boy waa born to Mr. and
Mrs. R. H. Emy, 6510% Foster Road,
The girls of the Otterbin guild are
RELIEVES SCHOOL BILL WILL on the market for quilt patching and
ami Munday. Mr. Remington, an ex
BE DECLARED UNCONSTITU
tying. Funds thus gathered are for
pert trombonist, played "The Holy
the new church.
TIONAL BY COURTS
City," at the Baptist church list Sun
Kern Park Christian Church
day. They returned home Tuesday.
v^Aiext Sunday will be observed as
L. L. Ray of Eugene, democratic women’s and girls' Sunday. The pro
Theodore Zehrung haa resumed
publication uf the Baptist church ! candidate for state senator from gram is being arranged by Mrs. Hall.
Lane county, has withdrawn hi. can
Wednesday, September 20, the mis
Word haa been received from Mia* didacy, leaving J. D. Magtadry, the sionary society will hold a silver tea
Edith Steel, of 6715 Forty-fourth ave republican nominee, the only candi at the home of the president, Mrs.
nue, whu is visiting her father in date in Che field. The injection of Roy Newton, 5734 Forty-fourth ave
Illinois, that she can see no reason religious issues into the campaign is nue. A program is being arranged.
by Mr. Ray as his rt-adow&x
why anyone stays in hot Chicago given
withdrawing. HU »mtement, sent tq Cake and tea will be served. All
when there is such a cool place as 1 the secretary of state, fallow»:
women of the community are cordial
“When I became a*' canjjidate for ly invited. Proceeds are for the
Mr. and Mrs. Ward« 8wope lefti state senator I believed that this Chinese mission.
Thursday on their vacation to visit ! year's campaign would be conducted
Arleta Baptist Church
relatives at Spokane, Walla Walla along the lines of tax reduction and
Sunday is the close of Round-up
and Milton. They will return about
campaign it has become more and week. The following program has
more evident that these questions, been arranged: At 11 A. M. services,
C. C. Heasemer has sold his
which should have been the i.aue. arc sermon by the pastor, ‘Recruiting
at 5609 Forty-fifth avenue to S. G. being shoved into tbe background by for Christ"; at 6:15, young people’s
Knight. Mr. Knight took possession religious and fatema) questions. rally; at 7:30, evening servicee, usual
Though I am a Protestut I cannot
feel that those who have stirred congregational singing, mtrt'c by
Fire that comietely wiped out an but
up this question are very much in choir and orchestra, sermon by pastor.
auto repair shop at Sixty-fourth the wrong and were I to remain a
Great interest ia being displayed
street and Division created much ex candidate I could not* conscientiously by the people of the community in
citement Saturday, for due to the do otherwise than attack them and the Round-up week now in session.
high winds several houses were en the compulsory school bill which they The meetings are well attended and
dangered. No insurance was carried. are promoting. I should not hesi free with no collection.
tate to do this if I thought for a
Mrs. Tresaa Simi nsen of Tillamook moment that this question would per
Laurelwood Methodist Church
ia visiting her mother in Mount meate Oregon polities, but ax I be
In tbe absence of Rev. F. E. Finley,
lieve this issue is only a matter of
the pastor, who attended the confer
Mias Gertrude Johnaon of Wheeler. temporary hysteria that soon will die
ence at Salem, the pulpit was oc
Or., who haa been visiting her aunt, out, and if the compulsory School
cupied by Rev. C. W. Wells laX Sun-
Mrs. McDougall,5911 Ninetieth street,
constitutional by the courts. I. can day.
the past month, returned Sunday to see no reason tor becoming a party
Rev. Mr. Finley has been returned
to a controversy which is certain to to the Laurelwood church for the
William Rvan’a Oldsmobile kicked be the cause of disrupting friendships
the wrong way and Bill is wearing a of years’ standing.
itandage over hia right eye this week.
file rav acceptance of the democratic
H. I,. Durrie ia one of The Herald's nomination for senator from Lane SHOP ACQUARIUM IS ARTISTIC
county. I respectfully request that
An acquarium in tiie shop of the
Mr«. C. H. Chambreau entertained you leave my name off the Novem
40 of the women of First Christian ber ballot. (This .sounds very much Grays Crossing Sheet Metal Works,
church at luncheon in her Buckley- like Leon L. Ray, Eugene boy who owned and operated by H. W. Hoecker.
worked his way threngb the Univer brough questions by The Herald re
avenuc home September 7.
Members of the ladies* aid of Sun-, sity of Oregon and was president of porter which tended to show that Mr.
nyaidc Congregational church who the student body while The Herald Hoecker was one of the type of work
assisted in the successful rummage editor was at the university. The men fast disappearing, those to whom
sale held this week at 5814 Ninety- r man is as broad aa was the student.— the love of their work is first and
the remuneration, second. Mr. Hoecker
second street were Mesdames J. J. I Editor’s note.)
is a retired Portland tinsmith and
Staub, L. P. Espenhian, C. Geiger,
sheetmetal worker who found idle
William Ryan's Mother Dead
J. F. Troutman, Jacob Ferguson.
Edgar Hyatt, Nellie Earsley and M. |
Mrs. Mary Ellen Ryan, 58 years, ness irksome and opened a shop near
I. Abraham. The latter was formerly of 795 Oregon street, mother of Will his Grays Crossing home. He is not
a resident of Ninetv-flrst street, near iam Ryan, cement contractor of Lents, seeking quantity work. He need not
Gilber Road. The rummage sale will died September 7, after a few hours’ work at all, but prefers to have a
be continued throughout Sa^irday. illness of heart trouble. She was the shop in which he can keep busy.
Mr. Hoecker learned his trade in
widow of W. F. Ryan, pioneer cement
Miss M. Davis will begin her duties contractor of Portland, and mother Germany. For four years he worked
as a teacher in the Mount Pleasant of the following children: Catherine, as an apprentice, 14 hours a day,
school, Oregon City, Monday. She Elizabeth, James, William, Thomas, without any wages. He received his
was a tracher in Gilbert school last Edward, Marie, Margaret, John and board and out of no salary he had
Mathew. The body has been held to have some one give him his
Lawrence Snyder's shop at Ninety- thi« length of time in the attempt clothes. It was arduous, and not
second and Foster Road waa closed a to find James Ryan and party who the system Americans would want
portion of Wednesday, during the fu are en routF via automobile from in this country, but as with many
neral of his 17-year-old sister, Ruth, Wisconsin, and who, aa yet, has not foreign trained mechanics, he learned
his work well. Work which American
who died Monday at Emanuel hos been located.
mechanics turned out in a few hours
pital after a short illness. The serv
ices «-ere conducted in Woodstock
In his new Overland Mat Grieen- Mr. Hoecker says would thke as many
days in Europe. Yet he believes that
Methodist Episcopal church.
slade, Mrs. Greenslade and children
O. W. Lent of I-ong Beach, Cal., drove to Vancouver, B. C., last week America may learn something from
left Wednesday morning for his home. in two days. They visited three days the slower moving workman of the
He has been visiting with his rela with Harry and Alfred Greenslade, old countries. There they seem to
have time to let their work become
tives in Lente.
and then took two days for the re part and parcel of their own flesh
Work is progressing on the new turn to Portland.
and blood, says Mr. Hoecker.
postoffice on the F. L. Lent property
When Mr. Hoecker’s son was in
on Woodstock avenue.
The pearl button waa first manu
France during the war he reported
Nicholas Deis, son of Mr. and Mrs. factured in Illinois in 1887, and has
to his father that the slowness of
Anton Deis, 8934 Foster Road, left been developed until now the bulk
'the workmen appalled him. To this
last week for Menlo Park, Cal., where of buttons’ are manufactured from
the father smiled, for he realized the
he will attend school.
Other buttons are difference his son noticed. He had
Because he waa badly gassed at made from nuts, potatoes, horns, been trained in the slower moving
the second battle of the Somme, while hoofs, blood, porcelain, skim milk, Hanover, Germany; he had made a
a member of the 49th Canadian in glass, metals and seaweed. The total success in the faster civilization of
fantry, F. Dunsmuir, Gilbert Road button sales each year in America America.
gardener, receives a substantial alone are mors than $32,000,000.
The acquarium which prompted the
monthly pension from the Canadian
questions put to Mr. Hoecker about
government With Mr. Dunsmuir and
Pine, poplar and other ordinary soft
hia work is eight feet high and is
Six little Dunsmuira, the ex-Canadian woods can be converted into hard
surmounted by a group of lilliea done
and ex-Amej-ican marine, for he also
was a member of the American devil mahogany, ebony and the like, under in metal. The whole is well propor
a new German invention, it ia said. tioned and the octagonal fish space ia
dogs some yean ago. Uvea on his The device consists of an apparatus,
capable of holding a barrel of water.
little plot and sells hia produce around hydraulic in nature, which compressee
Any sort of a spray may be used at
the Mount Scott district Mr. Duns
top and miniature
muir was bom at Newcaatle-on-Tyne. heavy it will sink in water.
mouths lead off the overflow from
The Duke de Stacpoole, the head of the pan under the lily group. Mr.
Jim Burdette ia not vrorrying for
a distinguished Irish family, has not Hoecker thinks he may place the ae-
a few days about milk testa, bacteria wandered through life in vain. He
quarium in his own yard at 6314
count, etc. With Mn. Burdette and haa caught much of its charm and
Robert James Burdette he is at the much of its humor, and haa packed
them into the book "Irish and Other
sea coast for a week.
One of the beautiful things in life
Mjrw. Maggie Bohl and cljjlibvnl Memories," which made a recent ap
pearance. Rather late one evening in is the unquestioning faith in parental
Emma and James, are visiting Mn. Dublin the duke sasisted a man who ability, it does not last long nowa
Bohl’s son, John Bohl, in Lenta. They waa trying, with no prospect of suc days, it is true. There is the story,
arrived Wednesday for a week’« cess, to fit a doorkey into his doer. as a case in point, of the father who
The man waa grateful, ami asked th« took his little bov to church when a
* Mn. Frank Boulden of Dallas and name of his benefactor. The duke minister was working himself into a
tried to turn the man’s mind from the furv on the subject of "The Future
Mr. and Mn. B. Arnold and Frank subject, but as he insisted that he State of the Church." At the proper
Barker were recent visitors at L. A. must know it, the duke in the end oratorical time he roared "What shall
Barker’s Lente shop.
said hia name waa Paul. This seemed be the future glory of the Church?"
La«rrence Snyder, proprietor of to interest the man deeply, “You say Pausing for a while to (pop his brow
Snyder’s Sweet shop, I-ente, ia Sun your name is Paul,” he remarked he threw out his hands and repeated
after some thought. "Tall me, did "■What, I any, shall be the future
day school superintendent at the you ever receive an answer to that glorv of the Church.’ The little boy
Errol Heights Methodist Episcopal long epistle you wrote to the Ephesi took pitv on the minister’s distress.
“You tell him, dad. and let’s go.”
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