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LENTS STATION, PORTLAND, OREGON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1923
COLUMBAN PRESS. INC, IN NEW I SOUTH MOUNT TABOR, RESEIt
VOIR PARK AND VICINITY
ISSUE CHANGE IN PUBLIC SENTIMENT
VOL. XXI, No. 5
IN REPORTING BILLS
t ansa t Lon of the head* of the state
university and agricultural college and
limits the pay of professors.
The Columban I’roaa, Inc., will movn
Velma, daughter of Rev. E. O.
The Pacific 'telephone A Telegraph
8alem, Jan. 30.—(Special corres
Literary Test Provides.
^’< rk was begun recently on the Its plant this week to the Railway Ex Shopherd, is home from Philomath company has issued a pamphlet ex pondent)—Three weeks of the legis
The senate by unanimous vote adopt
plaining th« use of new equipent and lative aernion of 1923, or half its nat
k wing of Joseph Kellogg school.
ed the Clark resolution which would
Unitori Brethren church gave a radio left It at subacribere’ premise» wher ural life, have passed and no far the With Half of Session Gone Only
Is now wing, when completed In Ix-twoen Third and Fourth streets.
provide a literacy test as a qualifier-
• ' for the beginning of the fall
Catholic citizen has little to complain
Six Unimportant Measures tion tor suffrage Ths measure ta-
kn in tieptember, will make Kellogg printed at the above number here evening. Covers were laid for 24. t strument. Thi* pamphlet explain« of. There has been a vast change in
valvee a constitutional amendment and
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Harrison of the few simple rules necessary to ob- public sentiment since the political
L’-room building of Claaa A eon- after.
Have Passed Both Houses.
if passed by the house will go before
action. There are 590 pu|iil« en-
ccrve In using the new service. First - campaign which ended last fall and
the voters for action at the general
.F )<*d thia aemeater, an Increase of continue tus heretofore: laiwrencc M. Hell and family, of Sixty-eigtr’h Consult th«- directory in orejer to se that change is reflected in the course
Balam—When the legislator» as election In 1M4. A companion bill
cure the proper telephone number be which both houses have wiopted since
hit 40 students over last team. 'I’he Din neon. Sunset 4782; Mrs. 8. Gray, street.
Mm. Dustin, of Seventy-first street, fore placing each coil. Second—Re a few days after the session opened. sembled Monday for the fourth week which covers the proposed test in de
rhing force hoe remained the same, Sunset 1609, and Morrison Hand-
of the session there was very little tail requires that before a voter eaa
bhe Gleaners society of the Anabel saker. Sunset 2814. Any of the above is entertaining with a series of din move the receiver and listen for the
The radical enemies of Catholics in
to its credit In the way of bills passed he qualified he or she must pass a test
ner parlWR in honor of her mother. dialing tone. The dialing tone is a
church meet*, next
Portland, where they can make a big
and seat ap to the governor. Only six la reading and writing.
dnesday at the home of Mrs. J. D.
noise, imagined that when their rep unimportant bills had passed both
The senate refused to approve a Mil
Farland, 5231 Fortieth avenue,
In the house which provides
Most of the failure to ac
scriber to dial the number desired. It legislature program they would have houses
New York and Boston.
ite. J. W. Go* will speak on “The ing and other matters.
for the physical examination of teach
Elk» Lake and three other boys
no trouble in putting through all
4 inese Side of Home Missionary.”
ers tn the puMlc schools. The bill was
NEW BOOKH AT LENTS BRANCH
of Franklin high school left Monday, scriber» having party line service kind» of annoying and oppressive weeks Is attributed to failure of the referred to a committee for drastic
|. h »I talent will be displayed at
shall listen for thia dialing tone as it measures, but in a very few days committees to report out bills referred
« Tremont United Brethren chureh
found that the balance of the to them for attention.
The boye will not come in on the line if the they
■day evening. February 9, in the
Another one of Representative Wood
Vandenberg, A. H.--“G r e a t e a t going to Wabtum lake.
With one-half of the session gone
have not yet returned, and a party line Is already being need for another and that in order that Porta!nd might
*n of a muaieal entertainmenL American," Alexander Hamilton.
ward’s educational bills wont into the
be able to obtain any legislation at
JBper will be served from 6:30 till
discard when the house defeated a pro
"Washington stand» as the father will be sent out tomorrow in search
Third—The new telepnonc directory all it« members must abandon the Importance, both houses must turn In posal providing for transportation of
of hi» country, but his great aecom- of them.
Five girls from Portland schools
Bha. Ward Swope «poke before the phlshmenta were possible largely
devote themselves to the bigger and they wish to keep the legislative pupils who reside more than throe
?rouver W, C. T. U. on Thursilay, through the constructive ability of who have distinguished themaelve» an office prefix and the first two better things which the state needs Thesis from being clogged late in the miles away from a school houee.
through their efforts and success in letter» of that office prefix capi for its development.
Dairymen, milk dealers and (llatrlbn
lary 2f>, <«n the "The Menace of another, Hamilton.
The house had an apparent ma session. Doubtless both houses will tors would be protected from the heavy
class««, have organised a talized. These letters are capitalized
so-called All Star Canning club. They in order to call the attention of the jority of Ku Klux members and sym quit cutting oat Saturday’s hereafter, loss now suffered through the pur
Homo*'» Missionary society of Nor There.’’
pathizers to begin with ar.d they had and In the future work Saturday morn
“Who but Providence (or Mr. will join in making jam» and jellies subscriber to the n o esmity of dialing full power in the organizations of that
chase and resale by junk dealers of
• Kern Park (Siriatian church will
ings and bold a short afternoon see-
body so far as Captain Kubli could alon, instead of suspending activities milk bottles, proponents of a bill by
■1 a special guest day meeting M | Hoover) could ever have thought of
study work. Margaret Stark la presi tach call, from a dial instrument. give it to them, but there has been
Representative Meimll, which passed
a churrh on Wednesday, February the happy expedient of providing each dent, Helen Dustin secretary. Other
The two capitalized letter» of the quite a change and the house i» de Friday afternoon.
the house, claim.
Bn>m 2 to 4 P. M. Special music
At the close of the third week of
members are: Elizabeth Dunning, prefix and the four figures are veloping into quite a sane body of
A bill introduced by Senator Eddy
■ be given by Mrs. J. C. Ghormley the United States but also in Eng
dialed in order after which either legislators. Marion county and east the session the house had a total of and amended by the committee ob
J Mr«, Ham Ennis. The topic will
the busy signal or the ringing signal
191 bills before it and the senate 104,
group of members who have been a grand total far less than any ses roads and highways, provides that
3’Among the New Americans.” many, with a warm ftir overcoat ?
will be heard. The busy signal is a ful
farmers who obtain permission of the
^rhee to be given on the aubjiwt
rapid “buzz-buzz" sound and indicates and fair play and they are getting sion in recent years.
KENDALL STATION NEWS
state highway commission to move
as follows: “Benefit» and Peri's thought of mentioning it?”
that the called station is in use. The good help from Washington, Linn,
Not many of the bills before either heavy machinery over the roads on
Stock. Ralph—“South of the Line."
inmigration," Mrs. Ellen Knight;
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson and ringing signal 1» an intermittent lume and Coos counties, so that the house are of much controversial mo the state and comply strictly with the
Imperativ» (Thailenge to the
Mia.« Grace Haverkamp attended the "burring” sound the same as la heard “organization" is faced with the alter ment. and ought not to require much
eh," Mr* L. Glover; "ftoeial patible, but Ilf» in the South Sen concert at the auditorium in Portland over a manual telephone and indicates native of being half-way decent or tipe for their disposition once they regulations as laid down by the com
mission, shall not be liable tor any
)lems and Their Solutions,” Mrs. islands is fascinating in spite of the Sunday afternoon.
that the called telephone ie being
Tn the senate the radicals never get out of committee and up for Anal damage that may result
The author cruise.1
I Mulkey Hchirk; others on the hurricanes.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jones of Port rung. If the busy signal is heard had a chance of putting over any of action.
Compensation for Shsrtffs.
ram will be: Mrs. K. I. Dixon,) through the islands on his own ship
Insurance Bills Missing.
land visited Mrs. Jones’ patents Sun the calling subscriber should hang up their stuff this session.
for sheriffs or depu
llulda Elie and Mrs. Ward
the receiver and wait for a moment
The Prevailing Spirit
Some big pieces of legislation much ties injured in the pursuit of their
is bound to communicate itself to the day.
talked of before the session have not
Mrs. Hunter went to Greshhm Tues
* Quickenden, formerly Miss
ringing signal is heard and after in this legislature today is for useful, made their appearance. Particularly, official duties or for their dependents
Ford, Henry—“My Life and Work.” day to visit frienda.
in the event of death of one of these
ord, who taught commercial sub-
Mr». Ella Chirk left Friday for a a reasonable interval the called sta in expenditures and for the equaliza the measures bearing on the Industrial officials is provided tor in a bill intro
Mr. Ford’» purpose in writing thia
at Franklin high school up to book was not to toll bow he became short stay in Seattle.
tion does not answer, the receiver
tion of tax burdens. The only trouble accident commission, expect to come duced by Senator K Tepper, which seta
■ time of her marriage two years a multi-millionaire, but to give to the
1-e« Falkner's friends gave him a '.hould be hung up and the number ia that while all are favorable to from both sides of the fence, have not aside an appropriation of »25.000 for
< has returned to Franklin.
such a program, the subjects are ro been put in. One of these bills from
people his ideas and theory of buai- surprise Friday evening, it being Ms dialed again a little later.
this purpose to be administered by the
hen a townbound Mount Scott neaa—"theory that look» toward mak birthday.
The letter “O” in the sixth finger large and have been so poorly studied, the labor side would be to propose
Industrial accident commission.
0" na derailed by a defective switch ing this world a better place in which
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Stewart at-
author is fully satisfied with. But a constitutional amendment to make
The tax on gasoline would be raised
(Troston station Monday eve- to liver. Power and machinery, money tended the Ella* reception in Port with the figure “0” (zero) in the even if nothing definite is accom the act compulsory, and the other
from 2 cents a gallon to 4 cents an*
about 6 o’clock, traffic® wa4 and goods are useful only as they set land Tuesday evening.
tenth finger hole. There is no oc plished at this session except a make from the employers' side would open
license fees would be reduced on all
for about two hours until us free to live." It is th».story of a
Rev. Mr. Williams preached here casion for anyone to dial the lefier shift horizontal cut in salaries, the the act further to stock Insurance
automobUte under the provisions ot
lamage was repaired.
Sunday afternoon instead ef Rev. Mr. “O" as It is not one oj the two first ground work will be laid for a per companies and self-insurance. While
letters in any prefix used in Portland manent system which will come tiro measures covering both of these have two MJls introduced In the house by
e Mount Scott Mental Culture
j ears hence.
Senator Klepper and Representative
Mrs. Stewart and Mrs. McDonald It is necessary frequently to dial ths
met with Mrs. F. R. MRoy, 2704
ARI.KI A LIBRARY NOTES
consolidaii->n and the income been prepared, and have been at the Melndl.
visited with Mrs. Loyd Sunday eve figure “0” (zero), but subscribers tax The
measures presented are not suf capitol for some little time, appear
Under the new license regulations,
should remember that it must not be ficiently digested to insure the pass ances indicate that neither may ma
sd at noon and in the afternoon
The Portland Library association ning.
if this bill is adopted, licenses for
J. P. Nelson had lumber delivered confused with the letter “O” in the age of either of them and whatever terialize.
nteresting program on "Jnpan’’ ha» secured Dallas Lore Sharp, the
automobiles weighing less than 17op
giren. Mrs. la*Roy was aasiated In famous naturalist, as one of the the past week for the building of a sixth finger hole as the letter need is enacted in this line will come
Practically all of the general ap- pounds would cost *7.50 instead of *15
duties as hokteaa by Mr«. Webb speakers in its lecture series. Sharp, bungalow on Hamilton avenue, just never be dialed under any circum through pressure from the governor’s prtation bills have yet to come in. only
as at present, and automobiles weigh
office, as Governor Pierce feels that
an intimate friend of John Burroughs, west of Eighty-second street. Electric stances.
the manner of his election makes one deficiency bill having been put ing more than this would be licensed
ke music pupils of Mrs. Helen E. is to speak February 6 in Pythian lights also are being put in on Eighty-
necessary some tangible measure through to save interest charges, and
OUp LADY OF SORROWS PARISI! promising at least to give tax relief one of the measures to provide par for a flat rate of *12.50 instead of
i»h and Mrs. Grace Jones united hall on “The Magical Q»ance.” The second and Stevens streets.
on the sliding scale now provided
to the fanner.
Iving a recital at the Laurelwood following books by Dalia» Lore Sharp
tially for legislative expenses.
which reaches a maximum of *97.
C ower mount scott church
Liegntionnl chuivh on Tuesday ir» In the Ar lets library;
The Hall consolidation bill will take
An Open Letter to Oar Friends
The tire width basis of computing
You are cordially invited to attend after appointments, the most insist its place upon the calendar of the motor truck license tees is abandoned
k>rk is progressing on the Arleta
ent being the young Ku Kluxers who
and a flat rate of *60 for motor trucks
“The Spring of the Year.”
which will be held February 8, 9 and supported him with a vision of the
Senator Johnson, whose bill was and *25 tor trailers provided whek
)iwt church. The old structure has
10. Thia event will mark the formal loaves and fishes. They have thronged sidetracked by the committee in favor
| moved unto its new foundation,
Wil 11 a Fostvedt will be the speaker opening of our new parish halL
“A Watcher in the Woods."
the corridors of the capitol every of the Hall measure, abandoned hja solid tires are used and *40 for motor
¿instruction of the new building
trucks and *25 for trailers when four
and are howling with hunger.
“Where Rolls the Oregon.”
plan of attempting to substitute his pneumatic tires are used.
cents, children under 12, 35 cent»--
All danger of troublesome attempts
will be served from 6 till 8 P. M., at radical legislation is not yet past, bill for that ot Senator Hall. The Hail
Mra. J. Brindley of 6804 Fifty-firs*
Tremont United Brethren
Would Post Lord’s Prayer.
Do you know that any Fourth of
but it is safe to predict that anv bill received the indorsement of Gov
Th° boat tu two ri6ter»-in- July in Ft Yukon, Alaska (north
bill introduced in the senate by
ernor Pierce In a speech in Portland
Bazaar features of every- kind will
<r 'rom lh<- east
Senator La Follette would make it
the Artic circle) is likely to be hotter to Get It.” Evening, all the United be on hand for the entertainment of will receive little consideration. Three
. Harrington, English teacher at than in New York or Florida? Rend Brethren churches of the city will our friends who attend. Please coma! weeks have passed with few bills in last week.
compulsory for any person conducting
Mklin high achool, ie ill with Vilhyalmur Stefansaons book. “The Join in a union service at the First
Take Woodstock car to Fifty-3econd troduced and there is no excuse for the consolidation and elimination of a public office, place ot religious wor
eu ionia nt his home in Hillsboro. Northward Course of Empire." Mr. church.
street. Automobiles will find pave coming in now with any measure ex
ship. fraternal ball, school, court house,
H R. B. Wnleh ia substituting in
ment all the way by coming south on cept it is of first importance and of state departments, boards and commis shop, store, mill or other playe where
Stefanson sees in the far north a
Kern Park Christian
Ihirty-nintli street to Woodstock ave general state interest,. There will be sions, were introduced by Senator men, women or children are employe#,
great new empire, tl)e only hope of
a tendency to frown on new bills or Hare.
Morning, “Sowing and Reaping.” nue and thence cast to Fifty-second surprise hills from now on.
^Knint meeting of the trustees and relief from the over crowding that
or wpo gather in bodies tor labor or
Consider Income Tax Bills.
ien of the Anabel Preabyterian is menacing us.
worship, to have one or more coping
The Portland newspapers have an
Actual consideration of the three in
^Kh will be.held Tuesday evening.
unusually strong corps of representa
of the Lord's prayer posted where it
“Tramping With a Poet in the ice, “The Deity of Jesus in Ancient
tives here this year and they are come tax bills Introduced in the legis
^nrd party was held Wednesday Rockies,” by Stephen Graham is a
A horizontal reduction of 10 per watching things very closely. They lature began Monday night when the may easily be seen and read.
The so-called nou-sectarian garb bill,
g at the home of Mrs* Harvey
eeat In taxes by all taz-levyiw bodies are fully prepared to puncture thè joint committee on assessmept and
Methodist Episcopal Church
has been under cepslderat^p
, 4309 Seventy-rixth street, through Glacier National park and
te directed by a measure Introduced by
taxation began a series of sessions
T. H. Downsu pastor of the Lents’
by members of the senate educational
er party will be held with Mrs. the Canadian Rockies undertaken by
have the latter badly buffaloed, ex
with members of the state tax investi
Stephen Graham and Vachel Lindsay, Methodist Episcopal church, Eighty
s February 13.
pator Brown has Introduced a bill cept th® fellow in the house who has gation commission, Frank M. Warren, eommlttee for more than • week, was
neither pride nor character to suffer.
reported out favorably. This bill, as
Howarton, of Seventy-fourth
Idipg that two ot the five mept-
chairman of the state audit commie reported provides that gay teacher
Two other new books added to the makes the following announcements
who has been very ill is now
of the state game commission
slop, and Dr. James Gilbert, head of
for the week: Sunday school at 9:45
who violate« its prwt*|<j^s shall ^4
shall bo farmers.
the economies department of the Unl-
"Sin of Monsieur Petfcipon" and A. M., R. B. Calkins, superintendent.
»ablest to suspension from the schools.
Governor Pierce signed a bill Intro God saw a lonely road.
boys of the Christian Endenvor
other humorous tales, by Richard Morning worship at 11 o’clock, the duced by Senator Strayer designating
Originally the bill provided for a One
And knew that one
of the Millard-Avaiue Prea-
The apparent lack of authority un
sermon theme, “The Grounds of Cer
the east and west highway through Weary of heart, in strife outdone, der existing laws to check the expendi or imprisonment in the county jail for
n church, gave a social to the
"How to Become a Private Soc- tainty in Christianity."
any teooher violating |te pfovisioqp.
Wiould walk that way.
the state as the old Oregon trail.
46<>f the society on Friday eve-
tures of approximately 40 offices,
league at 6:30 P. M., topic, "Chris-
retary,” by J E. McLachlan.
It originally was Introduced in tie
Absent voters hereafter will Include God saw, but spake no word;
n£| February 2.
ti.-uiity Changes Caste,” missionary
house by Representative Woodwarp
Marion Macintosh, of Fifty
tive tn Oregon, was oritlcised severely and received tnvorabie oonaid ‘■ration
topic on India. Evening worship, 7:30
LION TAMER MOVES
With food a wild-bird neat ward sped la a letter seat by Governor Pierce
street, Is in the Sellwood hos-
o’clock, theme, “The Unknown God."
by that body.
On love-buoyed wing.
sent on election day if the bill which
I vith appendicitis.
to 0. J. Smith, chairman of the senate
Dr. P. J. O’Donnell, who ha» main The third sermon of the aerie« on
passed the bouse becomes a law.
ways and means committee, and W.
M t to Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Olney, tained an office for many years on “Paul’s Visit to Athens." Prayer
The young man who is born rich is
Minors are prohibited from being And Io! there dropped a seed
19 I I'ifty-ninth avenue, January 26, the second floor of the building on meeting and Bible reading Thursday,
D. Fletcher, chairman ot the ways and very apt to be particular about his
Beside the way;
That night dew drenched it lay.
means committee of the house. Cor hour» of labor, says a one-time poor
the northwest comer of Ninety-second 7:30 P. M. Come.
In connection with dances or furnish
Then sank in earth.
recting the existing evil by placing boy, now a millionaire. Not so the
I Pauline Pratten, of 5430 Aixty- street and Foster ro«d, has moved
ing the music for them, under the
these offices, boards and commissions young man who has been brought up
ST. PETER'S, LENTS
MHtreet, has returned home after to a suite of rooms over the Mount
Along the lonely road
upder the jurisdiction of the ways to work early and late. The young
teaching several months near Dallas. Scott drug store on Ninety-second
Enforcement ot the prohibition and
(deans committees was suggested fellow who want» to get along ip the
Rev. J. J. Handaaker, 5630 Forty-
The annual bazaar opens midday narcotio drug laws of the state will bo
A man passed by.
Dr. O'Donnell enjoys a large prac
by Governor Pierce in his communi world, and is particular about hia
fo’irth avenue, spoke at Imurelwood
Friday, February 2, and closes the put squarely up to Governor Pierce in
hours of labor, is on the wrong track.
Methodist Episcopal church last Sun tice as an orthodontist- whatever that following night. Dinner will be served case two bllla introduced by Senator And all along the way
One notable feature of the present Employers don’t like the man who is
Saturday from 5 till 8, prices 50 and Eddy meet with favorable constdera-
day on his trip to the near east.
Wild roses grew;
much more comfortable while wait 25 cents. The church hall is located
session Is the absence of "salary grab" always watching the clock.
He saw their beauty and knew
Mrs. C. W. Mollett, of Sixty-third
Again, the poor young man, after
at the comer of Foster Road and U oq by the legislature.
ing their turn in the new office.
bills Instead of increasing salaries buxines« hour», is more apt to try to
God loved him still.
't, Is collecting clothing for near
The house passed Kay's bill direct
The doctor became famous as a Eighty-seventh street, on a paved
the present legislature seems inclined improve himself than is the rich
the tax commission to levy each
lion tamer during the recent election highway. Passengers take the Mount ing
not <jnly to cut them, bat abolish jobs young man. The rich young man feels
MR. COITE AGAIN
Crowe, 58, of 6707 Foster and ever since then has been known
as way. Bills intended to abolish a that he has no need of improving
'ped while alighting from ax the "Big Cheese” among his more which corresponds to Eighty-sixth bo sufficient to administer the pro
Day by day in every way,
number of offices and boards have ap himself in the way of education; the
street, and walk one block north.
visions ot the veterans* educational
right kind of a poor young man feels
ar at Sixty-second street, intimate friend*. We know of ono
Father O’Flynn asks the friends of
My sense is coining back;
that he must. And that is just the
ening. He was taken to instance where the doctor paid a con the parish to remember the basaar aid aot during the foUowtng year.
When bust I courted Rena May
R»pre*entaUve Randall has introduc spirit which is going to make him
K. K. Kubll. speaker of the Oregon
-capital where it de- siderable sum of money to the Lion dates, February 2 and 3.
I sat down on a tack.
ed * hill which would make a flat cut succeed. To gtudy is one of the guar
hoaeo ot representatives was compell
Tamers’ club and signed the money
of 20 per oent In the salaries of »11 antees of success.
MarysviUa P./T. A. Dance
ed to return to his hotho In Portland
Sauer A Co., ex erder aw Andy Gump.
The young man in commercial life
public officials, end Representative
Marysville Parent-Teacher associa end take ft Ms bod. Mr Kubll con
T. Erickson, 9413 Forty-third ave- Cartner has sponsored a bill which should always bear in mind the great
teal dealers, has not thi» is hia offjjM title in the
rr. Sauew 3. order we are unaWeto say, but we tion will give a dance February 7, tracted a severe oold at the oapital and nue. has installed a Laun-Dry-Ette. reduces the salaries of praotlaally all pleasure hie success will bring to his
mother. I think that is brought homo
re associated do know that he is highly respected in Lenta’ Grange hall, 8:30 P. M., for the Illness 4 st sloped a particularly an as has Mm. Ferris and W. Cahill, of state oftloers. Including the governor. more to a poor young man than to a
noying r.ttack ot brooohltia.
among his brother Cheeses. Oowah. the association’» benefit
Seventy-second and McCoy steeeta. The Cartner bill also reduces the cqjb - rich one.