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not accomplish the «id sought. Th ■
measure virtually involves a union of
church ami slate. In this case the
state exercises arbitrary authority
over the church aa was done in the
C. H. Coleman and family of Dun
days of the old Roman republic. Who dee, Or., were guests of Mrs. J. J.
wants a return of those cruel days? Handsaker Bunday. The CoIomana
The adoption of this measure muW
formerly lived on Sixty - seventh
GOVERNMENT MUST NOT TRAM trample upon the constitutional rights
PLE ON PRIVATE RIGHTS
The government that turns its citi
Mr. and Mrs T. C. Lockwood, 4961
zens into subjects and makes them Seventy-third street, have returned
inrrs cogs in a wheel, without any from a visit to Kansas City, Mo.
righto of their own, ia a government
Mr. and Mrs. Ward Swope re
that ia transforming itself into a
tyranny, and io paving ths way for turned Monday evening from a tnp
its downfall. No government that to Spokane, Wash., and eastern Ore
acts itself up above the Inaliwieble gon.
MILLIONS OF DOLLARN ARE AN righto of its citizens, and tramples
Rev. E. O. Shepherd and family in
NU ALLY PUT INTO RE
these righto late the dust by the ex
ercise of unjust end arbitrary power, tend to visit the state fair Friday and
can long enduro. The measure is Saturday.
Friday evening September 22, W. B.
"paternalism" on the part of the
The Seventh-Day Adventists of state and a thousand evils will surely Fetterman waa married to Mra. J. C.
Oregon have puWished in the voters’ follow if It is ever enacted, ft should Nortan. The wedding took place at
Mr. Fetterman’s home at 8046 Ruth
the following argument be defeated.
THE SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTISTS avenue. Rev. E. 0. Shephard offi
against th* school monopoly bill:
We believe in our public schools.
Ry H. G. Thurston, general field ciated. Only immediate relatives were
We believe they should be supported secretary
by public taxation. Ws believe thuir
Asa Eastbum and Mimes Blanche
highest aim ia to aaaiat la developing LOWER MOUNT SCOTT CHURCH and Velma Eastburn of Albany spent
intelligent cittaMia. Wa believg in
Bunday with their sister, Mrs. L. F.
compulsory education. We are not at
Newton. 5735 Forty-fourth avenue.
all certain, however, that a man edu
Laurelwood Methodist, 4227 Sixty-
Clark Walsh returned Sunday from
caled in the public school is more in-
telligont than if he were educated tn third street. Rev. F. E. Finley pastor. a four-days trip to the Rounod-up at
Morning services, 11, “Winning the Pendleton.
a private or sectarian school. Nor
have we hoard convincing argument World for Christ."
Clarence Varley and several other
that a person ia necessarily more
Evening services, 7:30, "Jesus an'I boys are picking and packing app'cs
patriotic, if educated in a public
at Hood River.
school not supported by public taxa Cast."
September 29 the
A reception waa held last Friday
For its first 50 yearn, our country Epworth league volley-ball team will night for Mr.. Kershner and the
bad no public schools, but the patriot practise each
faculty of Creston school.
ism of that Um« cannot be questioned. Arieta school.
Mrs. Carl Flashman of New York
If anarchy is taught by any teacher
A program is being prt-paml for
of private or public achool, thia can rally Sunday, October 1. It u the city has been visiting old friends in
the Mount Scott district during the
and ought to be corrected by the gov
ernment. la it proven thaj anarchy intention of the Sunday school offi past two weeks. Mrs. Haihmsn was
ia bred, and hatred for the “stars and
formerly Miss Elsie Homeeor and
stripea*' ia begotten by a daily study graduating classes in acknowledgment made her home at various times with
of the gospel of Jesus Christ? Those of satisfactory work performed during
Mrs S. I). Briggs and Mrh. J. J.
initiating the measure are well aware the past year.
Handsaker. Her husband ia con
that not all who have attended public
The meeting of the official board nected with the staff of the Spirit of
schools are desirable citizens. An
archists and criminals have, many of held on Tuesday was well attended M lesions, missionary organ of the
them, attended public schools; there and a very efficient corps of workers Episcopal church, and they have been
fore attendance of public schools is not was elected.
here attending the Episcopal conven
the infallible road to good citasen-
A meeting of the Baraca class was tion. After a short visit with Mr.
held Tuesday evening. September 26. Haahman’s parents in southern Ore
We favor state inspection uf all
gon they will return to their home
schools. We favor an educational
Kern Park Christian, Forty-sixth in New York city.
standard for private or sectarian
schools, at least equal to the standard avenue and Sixty-ninth street. Rev.
Mias Velma Shepherd left Monday
J. F. Ghormley pastor.
4>f the public schools-
for Philomath college, Philomath, Or.
Civil governments are ordained of
Sunday school and church services
C. B. Norb lad, former groceryman
God to protect men in their natural will be combined Sunday, October 1.
rights, and, as Thomas Jefferson de The occasion will be the Sunday at Sixth avenue, Lente, and his
mother, Mrs. Susanna Norblad of
clared Juno 7, 1816, “to take none of
them from us.” The greatest con school rally.
South Bend, Wash., will arrive the
Evening services, lecture on the first of the week to make their future
stitution ever framed by human hand
declares, ' congress shall make no law book of Revelation by the pastor.
home with B. Tabell, groceryman at
respecting an establishment of reli
The loyal workers meet next
gion. or prohibiting the free exercise Wednesday at the home of M-v Clem, 8601 Foster Road
George Selfridge of Ninety-sixth
thereof." U. B. Constitution, Art. 1,
4409 Sixty-third street.
a'reet and Fifty-fifth avenue, presi
Some believe it ia their inalienable
dent of the January (*22) class at
Anabel Presbyterian church. Fifty Franklin high school, ia enrolled at
and constitutional right to educate
their children for missionary service. sixth street and Thirty-seventh ave Oregon Agricultural college, where
To many parents this haa become a nue, Rev. John Paxton pastor.
he is prominently identified with
religious duty and ia an "exercise" of
Last Tuesday evening Mrs. Ella
their religion, and a matter of con
science. Where the equal rights of Hoberg Tripp put on a musical enter
A son was bom to Mr. and Mrs.
others are respected, in America "the tainment consisting of solos, reading Ostgard, 111th street and Fifty-fifth
dictates of conscience” are held
avenue, September 22.
sacred. Christians believe the Master's
The Gleaners will meet next
Mrs. N. J. Brennan and daubhter,
great commission is of force today. Wednesday at the home of Mrs
Cecilia, arrived in Lenta August 26,
He said, “Go ye into all the world Moore.
and teach all nations"; and this work
from I-omond, southern
ia to continue “even to the end of the
Canada. They are living at 4928
Ninety-seventh street, next door to
Seventh - Day Adventists believe
Mr. and Mrs. Callins. Mrs. Brennan
training ia highly essential for the Three • Course Dinner Nerved at
ia a dressmaker by trade and would
greatest efficiency ns missionaries.
They have proven thia by actual ex
One of the moat pleasant affairs be pleased to have work.
Mr. and Mrs. George E. Hoyt were
perience. In their efforts to aaaiat in that haa occurred in connection with
evangelizing the world, these people Lento school was held at the home hosts to 40 people at a dinner party
have established many schools. In
in their home, 1963 East Morrison
addition to the fundamental branches of Mrs. Maud K. Damall, 5309 street, September 16. The occasion
taught in the public schools, they, are
instructed, not only in tree Ameri noon, when a reception waa given to was the celebration of the 19th wed
canism, but also in their duty to the the new teachers by the other ding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs.
heathen of all lands. They now have teachers.
about 40,000 students in aetkial train
Evening school will open in Arieta
ing, a large number of whom are
school Tuesday evening. October 3,
inspired by the missionary idea- Moro
than 1300 teachers are conducting were seated for a three-course for the third consecutive year. Sub
jects needed by foreigners, partic
elementary schools. In the great dinner.
world evangelization effort, they paid
The new teachers, who were the ularly, bookkeeping and eight-grade
last year more than 38,462,000. Nor
guests, are: Misses Ixtuanna subjects will be included in the course
does this sum include the cost of their
Hoch, Ethel Powell, of studies.
educational work. This waa an addi
While on her way to the Anabel
tional sum. Oregon haa become a Agnes Christensen, Ruth Van Zandt,
liberal sharer In thia effort- Will the Alice M. Tipton, Mabel Pringle and Preebvterian church last Sunday. Mrs.
Bert Howell sprained her ankle. She
noble, liberty-loving citizens of thia Cora A. Peterson.
commonwealth, by adopting thia
is confined to her home.
measure, help to brand this ¿ate aa
Rev. J. J. Handsaker, state director
the first in the union to cut abort
the efforts of Christian people to Damall, Elsie Bolt, Jessie Armstrong, cf near east relief, left Saturday for
dWcharge the solemn duty which they Laura Harvey, Grace Wolverton, a three-weeks trip through eastern
feel they owe to men in other lands Ixiretta Chapman, Clara Vaughan, Oregon. He will speak at Pendleton
less favored than ours?
Matie B. Train, Mary Mancur, Carrie I and other towns.
We understand the exemption noted Absher, Marion Dickey, Laura Leach. I J. L. Farley, the genial barber, who
in (d) of the measure does not In
The rooms and tables were taste I recently purchased the Gilstrap shop
clude parochial or sectarian schools.
decorated in asters. The eve on Sixty-aeventh street, near Kam
They are abolished altogether. It
gives almost unlimited powers to the ning was spent in games, music and Park, reports business as flourish
superintendent of Instruction in each dancing.
county. The power granted him in
The general Impression among the
Mra. J. J. Handsaker has accepted
thia measure might be misused, and, teachers fiat have been connected
a place on the staff of the FSrA Con
through prejudice, become tyran
with the Lents’ school for some gregational church. Her work will
Let all our children be taught In Ums ia that this community is to be be largely caring for the Sunday
aish. No sectarian school should congratulated upon the assignment of school interests in the church.
or accept state aid. The public new teachers to our school for the
Mrs. Harry Thomae, 407 East
achool cannot and ought not to at present year.
street, presented her hus
tempt to train students in religious
band with a baby girl Wednesday,
lines. Such effort would prove a
Mrs. Worden Passes
September 20. The baby’s name is
Mrs. Sarah Worden, 85, mother of
We are not ashamed of the product
Patricia Marie. Mr. Thomas is a
of our parochial schools when con
former resident of this community.
ducted by well-trainsd spiritual teach sier home, Ninety-second street, Sep
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Manashey and
ers. If all the children of the land tember 26, after a lingering illness.
could receive thia same kind of spiri Funeral services were held yester three children have taken the apart
tual food in connection with their day aftemon from the Kenworthy ment over the Lents’ dry goods store.
secular education, we feel confident parlors with interment in Mount Mr. Manashey will open a grocery
that our republic would have nothing
store at 5931 Ninety-second street
to fear, and there would be very little Scott park cemetery. Mrs. Worden next week.
need for policemen and jails in the
D. H. Letcher, the painter and dec
Fulda, Minn.) Miles of Sioux City,
We have no disposition to question la.; Wallace and Hugh of St. Paul, orator of 8439 Footer Road, is paint
the sincerity of the promoters of this Minn.; William and Mrs. Jean nett ing the interior of Manashey*s new
measure, hut we see many reasons Williams of I xm Angeles, Cal., and grocery store at 5931 Ninety-second
which convince ua that it ia un-Ameri-
cancan and unconstitutional, and will Mr». Hattie Fötaler.
HAVE IHtIROWN SCHOOLS
VOL. XX, No 39
LENTS STATION, PORTLAND, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1922
MRS. MARY A. MeDOWELI, CELE
A birthday party ia honor of Mrs.
Mary A. McDowell was celebrated at
the homo of her daughter, Mia. J. H.
Page, 742 Yukon street, Friday, Sep
tember 22. The occasion was her
A birthday card and flower shower I
by the Shiloh circle and the Eastern
Star lodge and many useful gifts were
received with much surprise by Mrs.
Those present were her daughters,
Mrs. L. 8. Johnson of Wheeler, Mrs.
J. G. McDougall, Mrs C. P. Mc
Dowell and Mrs. J. H. Page, her
granddaughters, Mrs. William Carver,
Mrs. I-aurence Tieta and Miss Evelyn
Page, and her great-grandson. Master I
Bobbie Carver, and Mrs. Hamlin and
Mra. Powers, all of Portland.
A large birthday cake, made by
Mra. Carver and lighted with num
erous candles, waa served at lunch
FOUR HURT AT THE YEAGER
Painters on Scaffold st Lenta* Show
house Fall Acroen Seats
Four painters were hurt when a
scaffold, which they were using to
kalsomine the interior walls of the
theater, I»enty, collapsed
Thursday morning about 11 o’clock
F. Bachofner of Hillsdale was in
jured about the head and abdomen;
H. Green, Parkrose, nose injured;
Walter Goethel, Forty-ninth avenue
«nd Eighty-second street, arm and
leg hurt; Chris Samuelson, 420’■»
Stanton street, arm scratched Dr.
Nelson attended and took Bachofner
arid Green to Good Samaritan hos
pital. J. A- Bradt, owner of the
Yeager, took GoeGtei to his home. Mr.
Samuelson was able to get to his
home without assistance.
ARLETA LIBRARY NOTES
Beginning Tuesday, October 3, the
weekly library story hour will be
held in the Arieta branch from 3 to 4
o’clock. All boys and girls cordially
are invited to come.
The Bible clave of Franklin high
xhool girls who are studying for
credit will begin Monday, October 2.
Mrs. Kathryn Swift will teach one of
the classes at the Arieta library.
Any girls interested may find out
about the work from Mrs. Wilson,
dean of girls at Franklin.
The following new books recently
have bene received at the Arieta
(Bok) Dutch boy 50 years after.
Adapted from “The Americanization
of Edward Bok.”
(Bone) The brae »bounder.
(Burnett) Robin. Sequel to “The
Head of the House of Coombe.”
(Cockaday) Radio-telephony for
everyone. How to construct and main
tain modem transmitting and receiv
(Garland) Daughter of the Middle
(Hudson) Abbe Pierre. A charming
romance of Gascony.
(Sinclair) Life and death of Harriet
(Thomson) Outline of science,
(Underwood) Wild brother. Fasci
nating talc of a Maine woods bear
(Wilkinson) Dingbat of Arcady.
Narrative of a vacation spent in
floating down the Willamette.
REHENT8 HOODLUM’S INSULTS
St. Peter’s Rectory, 8648 Foster
Road, Sept. 27.—(To the Editor.)—
Little did I dream that a day would
come when an American citizen would
suffer insult aa he walked peacefully
about the streets of a city that he
helps to maintain.
I find the manly sport of insulting
passers-by is peculiar to th»» Mount
Scott district. On questioning I find
such conduct is alien to other dis
tricts. and tho>e I interrogate hold
up their bands in horror when I in
firm them that such is not an ex
Perhaps the Mount Scott district is
in need of the refinement of Ameri
canization. At least I hope it ia not
representative of the attitude of many
parts of America.
Catholics are long-suffering, they
have patiently stood abuse, vilifica
tion and calumny coming from mouths
that confess their own moral filth*
And now they are waging a clean
fight in defense of rights guaranteed
by the immortal constitution.
But when it comes to personal in
sult hurled at them as they go about
their business, patience ceases and in
tuited decency smites back.
As I was walking along Foster
Road, past Eighty-sixth street, today
voices called out insultingly from an
automobile that was parked there I
turned back and confronted them, but
manly in act as in worii, they hid
their faces and as the curtains were
up I could not use the necessary
force to compel them to thow them
selves. However, my perseverance
was rewarded by seeing the face of
one, and as I hurried off to get some
assistance the gallant trio “stepped
on her" and fled.
I secured the license number which
A lesson will be taught to those
violators of low and order, which will
drive home future respect for the
rights of American citizenship
The fight in defen.«« of rights will
go on. Catholics will never stoop to
degrading tactics, and when the smoke
will have cleared away from the
political battle field in November, and
the so-called compulsory education
bill lies smothered behind an aval
anche of adverse votes Catholics can
say: "We fought with honorable
weapons and the great American peo
ple fought with us.”
REV. J. P. O’FLYNN.
Groceryman Has Interesting Career
B. Tabell, groceryman at 8611
Foster Road, has had an interesting
career. When one calls upon him for
groceries the tales that come from
Mr. Tabell, as a by-product, are in
tensely interesting. Europe, South
America and other continents—all
are familiar to Mr. Tabell who has
sailed in every capacity from cabin
boy to skipper. Just two years ago
Mr. Tabell sailed as chief mate on a
Norwegian out of Portland.
Lodge« Celebrate Anniversaries
Eureka lodge, No. 178, Lente, will
celebrate its foundation tonight.
Arleta-Mountain View lodge cele
brated its foundation last Saturday
Arieta I. O. O. F. Sponsor Pla,
Under the auspices of Arieta No.
218 Newton Beers, character actor,
will present "The Shepherd and the
King," a mono-drama, Friday, Octo
ber 6, in Woodmen of the World hall,
4517 Sixty-fifth street.
Is Herald’s Kendal Agent
Mrs. Lizzie Loyd, route 3, box 256,
Portland, is The Herald’s correspond
ent in the Kendal district. She will
accept subscriptions, advertisements
and will take orders for job work.
Makes Potatoe Chips
F. R. George, 8123 Woodstock ave
nue, is the maker of fine potato chips
Leroy Meyers Buried
which he is selling throughout Port
Leroy Meyers, aged 19, for several land. Charley Cruickshank is helping
years past an active member and Mr. George in the distribution of his
worker in the Anabel Presbyterian product
church, died Tuesday, September 19,
"Children get queer ideas in their
of inflammatory rheumatism, from
which he had been suffering for the heads, sometimes.”
past two months. He was buried from
“My boy Tommy asked me today
the church Friday, September 22, if the statue of liberty was beyond
Rev. John Paxton officiating.
the three-mile limit.
NEW ST. PETER’S CHURCH, PORTLAND, FOR WHICH EXCAVATION
HAS BEEN COMPLETED
OREGON NEWS NOTES
Briefly Sketched far Urfoc-
mat ion of Osr Reader».'
Portland's second annual music
week to to be observed November I to
The county court of Union county
%as begun a campaign of retreacb-
City Health Officer Picket haa is
sued a warning to the Medford public
to boll all drinking wnter until further
The prone harvest In Douglas coun
ty is at its height and the packing
bouses are receiving hundreds of thou
sands of dried prunes dally
Owing to the lack of bouses In Stay
ton several families are living tn
tents, while some are occupying »tore
buildings that have long been vacant.
The reports of the four banks In
Astoria, just issued, shows that since
the former report on June 30, the de
posits have increased in excess of II,-
Wesley Oilman. 35, driving a motor
truck, waa run down by the Southern
Pacific Powers passenger train st
Coquille and died an hour after the
The three-year-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. John P. Dozier of Stayton was
drowned when he fell into the Salem
mill stream, which passes through the
The claim of the state of Oregon
to 32,127 acres of swamp land in the
Warner valley has been rejected by
the general land office. Senator Mc
Nary waa advised.
Fourth class postmasters have been
named in Oregon, as follows: Mabelle
A. Grant,. Harlan, Lelah I. Blodgett.
Hullt; George F. Allen. Point Ter
race, and Henry O. Umar, Quincy.
Right Rev. William P. Remington,
suffragan bishop of South Dakota, waa
elected bishop of the missionary dis
trict of eastern Oregon, to succeed
Bishop Robert L. Paddock, resigned.
Charles Hall, defeated tn the recent
republican primary for nomination for
governor, and who later filed as an
independent candidate, Friday an
nounced his withdrawal from the race.
Bend property holders are demand
ing hard-surfacing if any new street
Improvements are started by the city
council. An extensive program of
paving is expected to be Initiated next
The Southern Wasco county fair
was held at Tygh Valley. Agricul
tural and horticultural exhibits, dis
plays of the work of school children
and a good livestock show were the
An appeal waa made by the city
of Portland to the Oregon congres
sional delegaton in Washington for
intervention with the interstate com
merce commission for a decision on
freight rates on cement.
Harry Bailey of Lakeview was ap
pointed by Governor Olcott as a mem
ber of the board of regents of the
Oregon Agricultural college to suc
ceed H. von der Hellen of Jackson
county, who died recently.
The suits Involving the validity of
the so-called interest rate amendment
graduated income tax measure and
the salmon fishing amendment prob
ably will be carried to the supreme
court for final determination. It is
The lumber industry of the Pacific
northwest, particularly of the lower
Colombia river district is enjoying
one of the moat prosperous periods tn
many years. AU the mills and log
ging camps are running to their capa
Contracts for the erection of two
buildings on the University of Ore
gon campus at Eugene to replace those
destroyed by fire a tew weeks ago,
one as a home tor the school of
journalism and the other to house
the school of architecture, have been
Portland was hegt last week to a
party of mining and metallurgical en
gineers from eastern states, who pass
ed through the city en route to the
12<th meeting of the American In
stitute of Mining and Metallurgical
Engineers, held at San Francisco Sep
tember 26 to 29.
The execution of Russel Hecker for
the alleged killing of Frank Bowker,
a musician of Portland last April 17,
which was to have taken place at the
state prison at Salem Friday, waa
automatically put off, owing to an
appeal having been taken to the su
preme court tn Heckera behalf.
which proposes to allow the city of
Portland to tax Itself for 13.000,000
to defray the cost of the world's ex
position In 1025 waa attacked In the
Marion county circuit court at Salem
through a complaint filed by 8. 8.
Johnson and Rogur MacVeagh, Port
land attorneys. The complaint aaka
that the secretary of state ho restrain-
ad from placing the amendment on
the ballot at the November eleuQta.
Deschutes county (armors are wara-
ed to take special precautions against
the spread of potato diseases, by W.
T. McDonald, recently appointed
that out of 27 fields entered for seed
registration. 11 had been rejected be
cause of the prevalence of wilt and
Donald Hunt of Roseburg, freshman
In the commerce department of the
Oregon Agricultural college was found
dead, shot through the heart, la his
room In Corvallis. Death was the
result tn a pistol wound, and appar
ently was through accidental dis
charge of the pistol, which Hunt bad
There were two fatalities due to ti>
dustrtal accidents In Oregon during
the week ending September 21. ac
cording to a report prepared by the
state industrial accident commission.
The victims were Lent 3. Woodyard,
Portland, and Louis
Mackey, tire fighter, Medford. A total
of 667 accidents were reported.
Governor Olcott, in a proclamation
issued, haa set aside the period. Octo
ber 7 to 14. as fire prevention week.
It was set out in the proclamation
that Oregon, during the five years
ending in 1920, suffered tire losses to
the amount of 310,395.286, a sum of
money that would build 3079 homes,
costing 35000 each or many miles ot
Because of the heavy financial loss
due to the operation of automobile
stages. It may be necessary within ths
next three months to reduce the train
service on the Oregon Electric rail
road between Portland and Eugene to
one train each way daily. It was an
nounced by W. D. Skinner, traffic
manager and vice-president of the
Oregon Electric lines in Oregon.
A perpetual scholarship, the first
of its kind to be accepted by the
board of trustees ot Albany college,
has been donated through the ses
sion of the Grace Presbyterian church
of Albany in honor of Rev. C. A.
Wooley, veteran minister of Oregon
and founder of the Grace church. It
will be known as the Rev. C. A.
Wooley scholarship, and amounts to
Baker county tn its entirety Is un
der a shipping qua ran tins and no hay
nor straw is being shipped, accord
ing to the orders of the Oregon state
board of horticulture. The order Is
the result of a recent Investigation
which revealed the fact that the al
falfa weevil now exists along ths
Snake river and also in the locality in
and around Durkee and on Burnt
river, all in the eastern part ot the
A conference of officials ot the
western states, counties and cities Is
to be held in Portland. October 9 and
10. to consider the Increasing dangers
ot the road. Traffic conditions in the
territory represented in the confer
ence will be discussed and an effort
made to obtain unity of action for the
enforcement of existing laws and reg
ulations and the enactment of more
stringent measures In the Interest of
The session of congress which ad
journed Friday was to the state of
Oregon the moat profitable of any tn
history in point of federal approprta*
tlona. Besides receiving millions In
appropriations for highways, river and
harbor improvements and reclamation
projects Oregon benefited more than
$4,009,000 by reason of the aid ex
tended to fanners and to banks fin
ancing agriculture through the revival
of the war finance corporation
Governor Olcott has announced that
he has revoked the notarial commis
sions issued to Otto Newman. B. L.
Carter, Charles Lorati. Caroline Her
man, Paul Turner. W. H. Carter and
George' Bylahder, all of Portland.
“This action waa taken,” the governor
said ia a letter addressed to the state
department, "because of advtoes re
ceived by the executive office to the
effect that the ootariee Improperly
used their commissions in connection
with certifying to signatures on cer
tain lultlatve petitions”
The Oregon state game warden, Cap
tain A. 8. Burghduff and the forest
service bureau of this district, through
George H. Cecil, district forester, have
signed a written agreement formulat
ing a pact whereby the cooperation
of the law-enforcing and protecting
agenciea of the two services be in
sured. The agreement is one for mu
tual aasietance in propagation, protec
tion and control of game and fish In
thia state as well as tor guarding
against needless damage to the Ore
gon forests from fire and other