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mt. Scott herald
EDUCATOR IS HONORED
Published Every Friday at Lents Sta
tion, Portland, Oregon
Entered as secon-i-class mail mat
ter February 14, 1914. at the post
office at Lenta, Or., under act of con
gre», March 3, 1679.
-$1.50 a year
Options on several thousand pri
vatsly-owned seres of the best timber
In Grant county situated In the Hear
valley section about 37 miles from
Canyon City have besn obtained by
s middle »stern lumber concern, and
Il J» reported this company has on
deposit In a Portland bank sufficient
funus to cover the purchase pries
of the 390.000,000 feat. board m»a
uro. of timber, which will shortly bo
placed on the market by the forest
service. Bend. It Is believed, will be
the location chosen tor a large mill
with a railroad oxtsudlng Into the belt
SSI2 Ninety-second Street
Phone Auto. 622-2S
ecme to Oregon, vote YES. November
7. In the latter class we believe is
the Koss island bridge issue. No. 14
on the ballot. We firmly believe that
Hawthorne and the other bridges need
relief from the heavy traffic which
passes over them. We know that we
low much time because of traffic jams.
We know that when we wish to get
from Mount Scott to some point in
southwest Portland, or to Oswego.
VOTE 14. YES
Riverwood, Tigard, etc., that vn
It is our firm opinion that Portland either must go a long distance out of
is just starting a healthy period of * our way to get to the Hawthorne
expansion, not expansion of the hot bridge, or we must take the unsatis
air type, but expansion of business factory service of the Sellwood ferry.
Taxes are. high. yes. very high.
volume. We must do our part to
help our city grow. We must see 'High taxes are not the kind of bait
that no action of ours gives our city to hold out to newcomers and new
and state a bad reputation in the eyes capital, but taxes for such a neces-
of people from other states. For if * sity as the Roas island bridge will re-
»r do grow, we must have capital turn dividends.
from other centers. This capital will
When we vote November 7 we
not come to us if we become known should vote NO on every measure we
as radical and freakish.
We have think will give Portland and Oregon
pioneered the way in many improve- a black eye in the opinion of the
merits We most not now retrograde. eastern homeoeekvr or capitalist and
If there is a measure on the ballot we should vote NO whenever in doubt
November 7, which you think will give or wherever we see a useless expendi
Portland and Oregon a black eye in ture of money (an increase of taxes).
the eyes of other states, and particu But we should vote YES on No. It.
larly those states from which we must the Ross island bridge issue, and be
draw capital in the way of peopl? glad that we are adding very slightly
and money to develop our resources, to our own burden. Well more than
make it upin the future—in tim--
vote NO on that measure.
If there is a measure or measures gasoline and tires—when we drive or
which will help people and capital ride to west Portland.
FOR H EALTH
ing 10c per line first insertion.
Minimum charge, 25c.
words to the line. Strictly cash.
Why Is it sought by certain people
in Oregon to revolutionise our edu
cational scheme by means of the In
itiative hlU which propoaee to do away
with all private schools’
Such a bill will be on the ballot
Rut why cloae the private schools,
many of which have been doing their
magnificent work of teaching a com
bination of education in material
things, with an element of the reli
Thus far. there has been no satis
factory answer—but there ought to
be. if the proponents of this measure
wish the voters of Oregon to close up
such well-established schools as ths
Hill Military academy and St. Helen's
Hall and others which have for years
stood for the best in everything
The so-called compulsory schcol
bill would close all private schools lr
Oregon. Can we afford such action’
THE TEST OE TRI E LIBERTY
The late Theodore Roosevelt set up
a teat cf civil liberty which is of in-
WANTED—Work for Fbrd ton trucks.
$1.26 an hour. Tabor 6030 41-ltp
FOR SALE- - Brown reed Imby car
riage, good condition; $16. Ax to,
JOSCPH A. HILL
At a recent meeting of representa
tive. of several non sectarian and Pro
testant private schools held la Port
land. Joseph A. Hill, president of HUI
Military Academy, was elected ex
ecutive secretary of a permanent or
ganisation formed on that occasion
Mr. Hill. In addressing the delegatee,
said: "Our private schools are en
dangered by the measure known as
the 'compulsory educational bill.'
which will come before the voters thia
November. We have given our beat
thought and effort and years of un
tiring devotion to the cause of educa
lion and now all our work would be
swept away in the flood that Is direct
ed at the private schools
"Oregon already baa a compulsory
Why should this
new measure be necessary? Private
schools such as the Hill Military aca
demy and others on the list of those
to be affected use practically the »me
books and courses of study u do pub
But we have smaller
classes and can give more individual
attention to the pupils. To do away
with our schools would be to tncreoaw
the taxpayers’ burdens materially for
ft would take millions of dollars to
build extra public schools, equip them
and provide them with teachers. In
addition it would destroy the mwos of
living of hundreds of our teachers snd
We teach Americanism
most loyally and our patriotic exer
clses daily Inspire our pupils with
pride in their country and a respect
for authority." •
terest in the present situation in Ore
gon. Speaking at the University of
Para in April, 1910, on his return
from Africa, the ex-president deliv
ered a sermon on "Citizenship in a
Republic,” during the course of which
“The good citizen will demand
liberty for himself, and as a matter
of pride be will see so it that others
receive the liberty which he thus
claims as his own. Probably the best
test of true liberty in any country is
the way in which minorities are
treated in that country. Not only-
should there be complete liberty in
matters of religion and opinion, but
complete liberty for each to lead his
life as he desires, provided only that
in so doing he does not wrong his
"I have an old-fashioned notion that
Majorities can make their liberties In a government where freedom of
secure, but minorities are dependent religion Is guaranteed to the citlsen.
to a greater or les» extent on the good as the father of A child. I have a right
will of majorities. The treatment of to train it along the lines of my own
minorities is therefore a good test religious belief.
of the public conscience. As Roose
"I doubt that any officer, however
velt said it is probably the best test gifted and high-minded he may be.
can have a tenderer regard for my
of true liberty in any country.
The people of Oregon will be sub child than I myself possess, that he
jected to that test when they vote can more slncersly desire bla health,
November 7 on the school monopoly happiness and success "—Former Vice
President Thomas R. Marshall In the
bill through which the rights of t
Chicago Dally News. January 14, 1933.
minority are threatened.
A Women’s Idea
of Laundry Service
Next Week is "Visit Your Laundry” Week. Be sure and come.
In case you cann t find time next week, remember you will be wel-
eome rny work day m the year. Just step in and say you want in
.«ee the plant and you will be shown the very latest improved machines
for washing, drying and ironing family work.
Note the Intelligent Appearance of the Workers.
Tabor Laundry Invites You Oct. 23 to 28
Nov. 7—THURLOW LIEURANCE and Assisting Artists.
Dec. 2—ALLEN D. ALBERT.
Subject: “American People of 1922.”
Failure and Its
Jat>. 17—LOTHROP STODDARD.
Subject: "Midst Snow and
April 17—THE HINSHAW CONCERT QUARTET.
Lincoln High School Auditorium
PARK AND MILL STREETS
Ticket Price. $2.59 and $3.50
Mail Crock Now to Inxure Seat—Capacity of Auditorium Limited I*
Open sale of tickets and reservation of efcata, October 19 to 26 at
Meier 4 FYank> store
ONLY FIVE DAYS MORE OF TICKET SALE
Satin and Crepe Aprons
has been received.
beautiful designs, to sell al
may be secured for any purpose on
farm lands. Irrigates! lands, to buy
or build homes, city or farm, under
our first mortgage certificates. Bank
ers' Reserve l>«poslt company. G m &
Electric bldg., Denver, Colo.
A spl**ndid assortment of girls’
and boys* winter rain capes, at low«
eel prices, will be fi>und here.
Men and women average $1 per
hour sidling hosiery, four pairs guar
anteed wear four months or new
hoaiery free. We pay 30*4 commis
sion. Free samples to working agents.
Complete line of wool and heather
This is the big hoaiery
season. Experience unnecessary. Eagle
Hoaiery Works, Darby. Pa.
5931 92d RUvet, S. E.
(Formerly Ionia Dry Goods Store)
EIGHTY-SECOND AND FOSTER ROAD
RED TOP BATTERY
AND ELECTRIC SERVICE CO.
We specialise in battery and automobile electrical repairs.
FOR SALE—large garage business
and building, center of Mount ScolL
Address, 402 Couch bldg.
ELDERLY man. who spealm German
and French, would like to find a
home where he could do light work
part of the week in exchange for
room and, perhaps, breakfast. 2 or
3 days a week.
WANTED—Men or women to take
for genuine guaranteed
hosiery for men, wuuum and chil
dren. Eliminates darning. Salary
$.>0 a week full time. $1 an hour
»ry. International Stocking Mills,
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JOHN M. SCOTT,
General Paaovnger Agent, Portland, Or.
The School Monopoly Bill
has a misleading name!
The reason that thjs name is misleading is
because we already have compulsory educa
tion under the present existing law, and we
already have compulsory teaching in English
in all schools.
What this bill really proposes is to substitute atate
control over the education of your children for your control.
The people of Michigan have already overwhelmingly
defeated this measure, because it attacked the freedom of
"If you are waking; call me early, to
be or not to be.
The curfew must not ring tonight!
O Woodman, spare that tree!
Charge, Chester, Charge! On Stan
A b an Oregon legislator and na
ley, on! and let who will be
tional congressman, Mr. McArthur
The boy stood on the burning dock, has given effective support to all
genuinely progressive legislation.
but I go on forever!”
He has «hown rare courage in
Hi» elocution was superb, his voice opposing demagogy and legislative
quackery and in advocating correct
and gestures fine;
Hia schoolmates all applauded as ho legislation irrespective of its popu
finished the last line.
He has worked" industriously and
"I see it doesn’t mat ter.',’ Robert
effectively for Oregon and has be<-n
thought, “what words I say,
So long as I declaim with oratorical instrumental in securing liberal ap
propriations for numerous projects—
particularly rivers and harbors.
He has reached a position of in
Cut the time to and from the city— fluence and usefulneM at Washing
ton—the result of four terms of in
Vote 14, Yet.
dustrious and courageous service.
Why replace him
“What is sadder than a man who with a new and untried man?
loses hie last friend?”
Paid ad. by Republican Congres
"A man who works for hia board sional Campaign committee, 1207 Yeon
and loses his appetite.”
building, Portland, Or.
ask agents or write
VOU have an interest in schools? Then be
sure to understand the true meaning of the
School Monopoly Bill which is called on the
ballot the Compulsory Education Bill.
"When freedom from her mountain
high called, 'Twinkle, little
Shoot if you must this gray old head.
King Henry of Navayre!
Roll on, thou deep and dark blue
castled crag of Drachenfels;
My name is Norval, on the Grapion
Hills, ring out wild bells!
Stay a day or more in San Francisco —a delightful stopping place.
TEACH HR OF VIOLIN
420 N. 21st SL Broadway 1120
Pupil of Franck Eichenlaub
c. N. M c A rthur
"The Rising Tide ef
Feb. 17—WILLAMETTE UNIVERSITY GLEE CLUB and STRING
March 22—SIR WILFRED GRENFELL.
Ice in Labrador.”
A fine line of women's
Frances ML Scliniederjost
Beautiful, my Beautiful, who
standest proudly by,
It was the schooner Hesperus—the
breaking waves dashed high.
Why is the Forum crowded ? What
means this stir in Rome?
Under the Spreading chestnut tree
there is no place like home!
Portland Lyceum Course
BM. 9—WILL IRWIN.
KXCH ANGE FUR CORDWOOD
Overland ear in good running
Battery, sei Starter. Cail
at 9101 Foster Road fur demonstra
FOR SALE—Dross suit, white vest,
gloves, shirt, some dress collars
Apply The Herold.
Oct. 26—MAJOR E. ALEXANDER POWELL, Subject:
Once there was a little boy, whose
name was Robert Reese;
And every Friday afternoon he had
to speak a piece.
So many poem.« thus he learned that
soon he had a store
Of recitations in his head and •till
kept learning more.
And now this is what happened:
He was called upon one week.
And totally forgot the piece he
about to speak!
His brain was cudgeled. Not a word
remained within his head!
And so he spoke at random, and this
is what be said:
CALL R. HEYTING. phone 05-67.
for »nd and gravel delivered at a
A Herald classified ad will bring •
44tb and Halsey Streets
FOR SALK — Prolectogrsph,
writer. Call <22 2b.
Protect your rights which are being endangered—do
not be misled by the name of this trill. Read the proposed
bill carefully. Read the campaign literature. Find out
the intent of the bill which is disguised by the title.
You will find that that they propose school monoply.
A hidden attack upon freedom of education
Vote 315X NO on the
School Monopoly Bill
Called on the ballot Compulsory Education Dill
Thi» advertisement la paid for by th« Non-Srctarian and Proteatant School, Committed