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LENTS STATION, PORTLAND, OREGON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1923
Laureiwood Cong relational church HOI TH MOUNT TABOR REHER M)WER MOUNT »COTT CHURCH
gave a community dinner last Tues
VOIR PARK AND VICINITY
Kera Park Christian
A basket cocial will be held at the
The camyry at Fiftieth and
Mrs. J. E. Fountain, box 83, Rea
Pre-Easter services will be held [
view, Wash., is a lady interested in | Foweli Valley was sold this week at
morning and evening next Sunday
. public auction.
Dena Shepherd will entertain with
i by the pastor, Rev. J. F. Ghormiey.
Lawmakers Onabfe te Com*
The new garage on Fiftieth and a 5 o'clock party February 22.
F. E. Jigger and son, George, ar»
Special music by the cborus, directed
proud of their new property, an auto Foster Road was ojwned this week
Mrs. Robert Massy and daughter, by Mrs. Mae Billingsley, will be sup
jleta Labor* Within Con
by Wilson Bros.
Dorris, of Valsetx, Or., was a visitor plemented by solos by Mrs. Emily
Mrs. M H Rice of Milton is visit
H. H. Jenah, millworker of Forty
Patterson of Eugene.
ninth and Division, hopes for an early ing her slater, Mrs. Ward Swope, of week.
The loyal workers meet thia week
15329 Seventieth street.
■pring pickup in the building line.
Mrs. E. M. Bell, of Sixty-eighth at the home of Mrs. William Clem,
Salem.—The constltutionai 49-day
William lieinzelman left Saturday street, is III with tonsilitis. Oswald 4409 Sixty-third street, under the period prescribed for legislative ses
Mr. Clock, formerly a resident of
sion* expired with the Important qjes
Creston, is a new salesman for the for California where he has a state Bell cut his hand seriously while at new president, Mrs. Griff King.
position testing and inoculating fruit his chorea.
Baptist snd Congregational
«fona of consolidation, taxation and
Endicott Paper company.
George Pratt, of Seventy-second
Joint services in the Laurel wood fncome tax unsettled, so It wee neces
The Franklin Garage la a busy |trees.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Bowker, of street and Sixty-fifth avenue, has Congregational church during the sary to extend the session over into
place these days. The cold weather,
you know, was hard on Fords and 5133 Sixty-second street, had a visit completed a new and modern rab- building of the new .Baptist church. this week. Even the appropriation
Congregational Sunday school meets bills did not make their appearance
.from the stork on February 11. He bitry to house 90 animals.
The federation of New Zealand at 10 A. M. and Baptist at 12:15. until Saturday
Chester Cieslinski, the Franklin
The pay of member* ends, they work
Mrs. Emily Patterson of Eugene is ami Flemish giant breeders of fine Regular preaching services at II
barber, reports business as fine in
for nothing, and the legislators can
rabbits held a party at the home of and 7:30.
and around Fiftieth and Division
retqain an long as they Tiesse, with
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hall, F. C. Griffin at Jenny station, last
Rev. J. M. Paxton, pastor, will out expense tt> the state insofar a* the
The Mount Scott Transfer com
The canning, poultry, garden, sew preach at 11 A. M. on “The Touch pay of the senatore and represents-
Funeral services for the late Isa
pany has been doing some moving
ing and domestic science clubs are of Christ” At 7:30 the Y. M. C. A. tires Is concerned. The compensation
work for E. J. Oberle, the contractor,
of the bouse and senate staffs, which
nue, were held February 20. Inter competing for the session of sum gospel team, under the direction of
Include everything down to the steno
ment w*» in Mount Scott cemetery. mer school to be given by the Ore "Wee” Coyle will conduct the serv
Creston, Franklin, Kellogg and
ices. The men’s club meets Tues graphers and pages continues until
gon Agricultural college in June.
Dr. Sheldon, who has been lectur
Arlrta schools all observed Wash
sine die adjournment.
The Ninovan Bible class met at day. The Gleaners will meet Wednes
ington’s birthday with appiopriate ing on phychological efficiency for
The question of consolidating var
the past two weeks, spoke to the the home of Miss Velma Shepherd,
ious departments of the state govern
children at Creston school Tuesday. competent musician and teacher. A
Mr. ami Mrs. A. J. Mathes are
A joint musical will be given at ment was in a chaotic condition and
Mrs. Ella Emphson Wilson, of special selection will be rendered at the church March 7 by Mrs. Fred many believe nothing will be done at
eagerly looking forward to the com
each Sunday morning service.
pletion of their now home on Ninety- Franklin high school, left this week
Olsen, Miss Nettie Foy, pianist, and this session.
Rev. Thomas Jenkins, of St. Davids Mrs. Hampton, violinist This is the
When the legislature adjourned over
first street and Fifty-eighth avenue.
church, will hold services at the St. trio which recently delighted radio Sunday the Carkin bill was the only
Mrs. H. Ixx>k. of 5028 Ninety-sev
I James Episcopal chapel at Seventy- fans with their concert.
consolidation measure pending, as the
enth street, has returned from a visit schools.
I second street, every Wednesday eve
Hall bill had been killed In the senate
to The Dalles. She went away during
ning during the Lenten season.
relations court, wiH speak March 20. and the senate compromise bill was
a storm and came bark in time to gvt her tonsils removed at the Portland
A young people’s chorus has been
defeated In the house. The Carkin
Sanitarium last Tuesday. Her home
Fourth United Brethren
into the February blizzard here.
is at Fifty-eighth street and Forty- organized under the leadership of
Rev. B. Ross Evans will preach bill was lying on the house table and
Mrs. Ruth Demeter and Mrs. For
Miss Velma Shepherd, competent morning and evening on "The Valley | even if It is sent over to the senate
rest Clark attended a special show
and teacher. A special of Decision” and “The Reason of It Is very doubtful if It will get through
Twenty-five girls from Arleta
ing of a movie, "Prince and Pauper”
selection will be rendered at each Preparation.” Revival meetings will | that body.
at the Rivoli. They recommend the
ojnday morning service.
continue all thia weak. The pastor is •28 Bill* Introduced, t17 Approved.
film as a suitable one for children. of Mesdamcs Royce, lemur and De
Unique invitations are being pres much gratified at the interest shown
meter enjoyed a swim at the Y. W.
At the close of the sixth week of
The funeral of Mrs. Susanna Bax
ented to a party of 23 who climbed in the meetings.
C. A. this week.
the session a total of 828 bills had been
ter, who, with her sister, has con
Introduced. A total of 227 bills origin
Mias Dorothy Swaine, who formerly lairch mountain early in the season,
ducted a store at Sixty-fifth avenue
i by Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Adam, of
Rev. Henry White, the pastor, will ated In the senate and 390 in the house,
and Ninety-ninth street, was con lived at Arleta, recently was mar- Thirty-sixth avenue, who will enter
take the subjects for next Sunday: tn all, 1T7 bills had b««n approved by
ducted by Rev. Henry White last | ried at Hood River to Glenn An tain March 8.
drews. They will make their home
"Paul's Immortal Triangle” and both houses and signed by the gov
The luncheon given at the Third "Desert Experiences.” A most suc ernor. One bill has been vetoed.
at Washougal, Wash.
J. A. Dunbar, newly elected chan
The paper drive at the Arleta I United Brethren church on Tuesday cessful budget dinner was held at There remain 76 Mils which have
cellor commander of Ivanhoe Ixxige,
began last Monday and is by the ladies’ aid wax a big social the church last Tuesday when the passed both houses and which await
No. 1. Knights of Pythias, presided
ami financial success. Teachers and pastor, W. W. Dillon, and Dr. Boudi- executive action. Of these, 36 are sen
at the celebration of the 59th anni being pushed vigorously by the com pupils of Joseph Kellog school at
not Seeley, were the chief speakers. ate bills and 39 are house bills.
versary of the founding of the order
Ths joint ways ssd means commit
tended beside interested mothers in Ona-third of the budget for the next
used for athletic equipment.
tee, upon oonoludlng its work approved
1 the vicinity.
Fire in the dry goods store of A. J.
Mr. Lewis, of the Uwis-Franklin
The Third United Brethren church plans were made to canvass the appropriations for the present bien
6418 Foster Road, early in
Candy Shop, 1390H Division street,
its 14th anniversary on Sunday, entire church. Thu meeting was nium aggregating 89,120.085. or 3689.-
goes to town Tuesdays and Thurs the morning of February 15, de February 18, at the morning service». under the auspices of the welfare 387 lese than had been reoommended
days to meet the "rounders." as he stroyed a large stock of goods which J. Davidson gave an interesting read club, F. C. Whittlesy, president with by the stat* budget commission. The
calls them, from Coos Bay. Mr. and were only partially protected by in ing on the past history of the church; F. E. Crum, chairman of the church budget commission had recommended
Mrs. lewis came to Fiftieth and Divi surance. An overheated stove caused C. Coon on the present, and Rev. E. board, presiding.
appropriations in the »mount of 88.-
780.842. after lopping off *440,000 from
sion streets from Marshfield.
O. Shepherd, the future.
Warren G. Greenwell passed away
Miss Bradt, daughter of Mr. and
The Ninovan Bible class met at church will meet with Mrs. W. W. the amounts requested by the state
Mrs. Bradt, of Yeager theater, is a at his home, 5314 Sixty-third avenue, the home of Mrs. Hoy, of Sixty- Raybxxck, 7403 Sixty-second street, department», boaria and commissions.
this week. The funeral was conducted second street, Wednesday. A deli Miss Alma Hollingworth, president.
Appropriations authorised by the
student at Franklin high school.
Friday from the Woodstock Metho cious luncheon was served at 1
ways and means committee two years
The only consolation ye editor had dist Episcopal church by Rev. L. CL
ago aggregated more than 88.000.000.
KENDALL STATION NEWS
in seeing his frozen automobile in Poor. Interment being in the Da o'clock by Mrs. Hoy. After the
Several members of the committee
the hands of the Franklin Garage mascus cemetery.
Born, February 12, to Mr. and Mrs. had a change of heart and rescinded
was that a number of other folks,
The many friends of Mrs. Grace
R. J. Strasser, on Eighty-second their previous action with relation to
too, hadn’t drained theirs.
Van Dewater, formerly of 4712 Sev
street, a son. Robert Lincoln.
the desert land board and the sealer
Morrison Handsaker, son of Rev. enty-second street, will be sorry to
Rev. Mr. Ghormiey preached a of weights and measures department.
J. J. Handsaker, of 5830 Forty-fourth learn that she recently suffered a
.Miss Messer ge.’s room gave the pro splendid sermon last Sunday after The deeert land board had requested
avenue, was operated on for appendi stork of paralysis at Long Beach,
an appropriation of 88500, which was
gram. The most interesting number noon.
citis at the Portland Sanitarium by Cal. Thy had sold their home there,
Mrs. S. M. Williams is on the sick leailned at a previous meeting of the
was a solo by Merland Tollefson,
Dr. W. B. Holden and Dr. Robinson preparing to return to Portland when
list this week.
committee. The committee allowed
on Tuesday morning. He is getting she was stricken. The latest word is who surprised and delighted the audi
An old-fashioned dance will be this activity an appropriation of *8000.
ence. Mr. Hendersen, of the city
along nicely and expects to be home that she is rallying well, has regained
The request of the sealer of weights
community service, gave a talk on given Saturday night, February 24,
In about ten days.
her speech and, to some extent, the national motion pictures. Plans were at the community clubhouse.
and measures for 810.000. turned down
Mr. Kirkpatrick, of Oregon Agri use of her hand.
Mrs. Fred Johnson shopped in at a previous meeting, was allowed by
made for a grocery shower to be
cultural college, has been visiting
As a result of the survey recently given to a needy family.
the schools of the district, organising made by the women of thia com
Mrs. Riley Loyd visited in Lents
Finance Body Bill Passed.
garden, canning and poultry clubs. munity for the Americanisation coun OREGON STUDENTS MAKEGOOD Wednesday.
After a bitter debate the senate
Much interest is shown in these cil, the Arleta W. C. T. U. is con
J. S. Yeast of Montavillk, who passed a bill authorising the creation
AS MAGAZINE WRITERS
clubs in all the Mount Scott neigh sidering the resumption of their
traded for the Worthington property, if a state finance commission. This
borhood. The Parent-Teacher asso Americanisation efforts. Some two
University of Oregon, Eugene. Feb. moved in last week as did a Mr. bill originated In thè house and was
ciation of the Joseph Kellogg school years ago classes were conducted for 22.— (Special.) — Graduates of the Messier, of Rose City Park, who one of a number of measures baaed on
have promised to send the most effi foreign women and the present can University of Oregon who specialised bought the T. F. Norton property the report of the state tax Investigat
cient club member to the Oregon vass shown a desire for more of this in writing courses while in college on Hinkley avenue.
ing committee, appointed following the
Agricultural college summer school sort of work on the part of many. are continuing their success in
The school gave a George Wash laat session of the l?yt«'ature.
Mrs. Minnie S. Collins acted as cap marketing articles to the national ington birthday program Thursday
The bill conbempfotea the appoint
The funertll of the late Alfred tain of the survey.
ment of a commission of five members
Frank L. Beach (17), now auditor
The dance given Saturday night by to pass on alfe bonds proposed to be
Spearin was conducted by Rev. Henry
A very successful leadership train
White last Tuesday. Interment was ing school under the auspices of dis the the Hibernia Commercial 4 Sav the baseball boys was well attended. voted in the state, arrange for a sink
ing fund Uh liquidate the obligations,
in Riverside cemetery. Mr. Spearin trict No. 9 of the Multnomah County ings bank, has within the past two
EXPANDS supervise the certification of evidences
had suffered for years with cancer Sunday School association was held years sold a number of articles to
La Stella, a newspaper devoted to of Indebtedness with the secretary of
at his home on Seventy-aeventh ave last week at the Kern Park Chris business magazines, and a book writ
nue and Forty-fifth street. The tian church.
Sessions were held ten by him has been published by the the interests of th* Italian people of state and1 otherwtoe lend their services
thoughtful kindness of the relatives every evening from 7:30 to 9:30. W. Ronald Press, New York. Articles Portland, and the official paper of to the end of tax reduction in Oregon.
of Mr. Rosenblatt whose funeral oc E. Whitman, district president, pre written by Mr. Beach which have the federated Itahtkn societies, is now None, of the members of the commis
"How to printed on the pre sses of The Co- sion will receive any salary.
curred the day before, in giving gen sided as dean and W. A. Pratten as been published include:
Tax Re lumban Press, fee. Dr. De Rosa is
Th» governor has power to appoint
erous gifts of flowers was deeply registrar. The faculty consisted of
editor of La Stella.
th* Heather* óf ths commission with
Mrs. Dant, Mrs. S. E. DuBois, Mrs. turns," “What It Qsata to Run a
Marion KaMeh, linotype operator, tk^ exception of the secretary of state.
Bank,” "Co-operative Savings As
Mrs. A. B. Crossman, president Clara G. Esson, Rev. E. E. Cissna,
sociation” and “A System for Get and Valentine Ballestrem, pressman,
Banking Cods Passed.
Kellogg Parent-Teacher association,
ting Out Reports of the Condition of are two new employes of The Mount
with the threat of the govereer’»
returned from an extended visit to Nan Nuys.
Banks,” all published in Burroughs Scott Herold plant. Messrs. Kalicb reta hanging over the banking code,
the east In time to conduct the as
clearing house, and “Out of Town and BaBextrem have had years of unless amended, by giving the gover
sociation meeting this week. On her Mount Scott Men Visit Montavilla Deposits,” published in Business.
-xperieaee at their respective trades, nor the power to appoint the bank
Monday evening Messsrs. Charles
trip she went to the White moun
"Twenty Twenty-Minute Lessons but recently have been employed superintendent, the house failed to re
tains of New England seeing them M. Roes, F. I. Marshall and others in Bookkeeping” is the title of the with the Casetta-Times at Corvallis.
in all their autumn beauty. Mr. Hen from Mount Scott attended a booster book written by Mr. Beach. The Uni Mr. Kalieh also was two years with act to the threat, and passed the bill
without a dissenting vote and without
derson of the Community Service meeting of Montavilla people who versity of Oregon graduate is now the Capital-Journal, Salem.
apo» on "Motion Pictures." The
writing a section devoted to banking
The senate passed the bill by a vote
Parent-Teacher association is giving fare to their suburb. The Montavilla which will appear in the Accountant’s
M to 4.
«very encouragement to the clubs
Manual, a book in course of prepara
The Pacific Coast Norwegian Sing
Senator Brown’s sterilisation bill
.being organised by the Oregon Agri Hill, gave the meeting wide public tion by the Ronald Press. The edi ers’ association will hold its annual;
passed the house with only two dis
cultural college. A case of extreme ity-
tor of the book is Dr. Earl A. Salieri, "sangerfeet” in Portland August 21, senting rotea Keeney and Kubli were
destitution being reported on Tues
a former Yale professor and an ex September 1 and 2. Two concerts the only two members to vote against
Newspaper Makes Bow
day at the meeting, a grocery shower
will be given in the auditorium. Mrs. It Differing from the former sterill-
pert on depreciation.
wax announced for Wednesday with
Mr. Beach took two years of work Hansen Olsen, formerly of Fargo,1 xatlon hill, It applies generally rather
sufficient donations being received
Irvington and Alameda districts made in the Oregon school of journalism N. D., and Silverton, Cr.t now of than to Inmates of stat* Institutions
until some of the community chest
its bow to the public this month. and completed his course in the Portland, and Mr. Halvorsen of Se-: alone, and has for Its purpose the ster
beneficiaries have time to arrange
attle will be the soloists.
school of business administration.
ilisation of any person who may pro
Dimm 4 Sons print the paper.
for permanent relief.
SESSION AT SALEM
RUNS OVER 40 DAYS
pagate um aam.
The senate by a vets of 34 to I
passed Repreecatative Hurd's Mil au
thorising an appropriation of 8250,000
for the financial relief of the city of
Under the pravtaioas of the Mil
bonds woald bo issued by the stricken
city aad thaaa purchased by the state
ax pax. Tho securities would draw *
per rent Interest end mature In 10
years. Although the city of Astoria
would pay no interest during the first
six years of the life of tho bonds, this
exaction by th* state would be in
cluded in the deferred principal pay
meats. All of the money to be derived
from the sate of the bonds would bo
expended tn rebuilding the streets,
sewer system and water mains.
Representative Gordon's concurrent
resolution authorizing a corporation to
be formed to put an a world's fair at
Portland, in 1927 was adopted In both
houses The resetatlon would make
the governor, the secretary of state
and the state treasurer members of
tor use maintsaaao» «• cu» Muuesnip
Oregon In tho Portland harbor
Under a Mil passed la the senate In
corporated towns and eitlss of the
state are prohibited from Issuing a
lloenoe to aliens to conduct pool balls,
dance halls, card rooms, soft drink
estaMlshmento or engage In tho pawn
The senate adopted house ooneur
rent resolution No. 6, which provides
that a eommiaslon bo earned to ooafer
with a like commlMloa from the state
ef Washington to InvsMigato i^to the
fsMiblllty of building an interstate
bridge on ths lower Columbia river.
Members of ths senate presented to
President Upton a beautiful silver aerv-
Ire to* set. The prese nt a t I on was
—»a* bj Senator Eddy.
KU KLUX LOBBY
FAILS AT SALEM
Salem, Feb. 2d.—(Special Corres
pondence.)—With the legislative ses
sion of 1923 about ended, the fair-
minded people of the state have rea
son to congratulate themselves upon
the defeat of nearly evry attempt
Changes In Bonus Approvsd.
to place upon the statute books
A house Joint resolution which measures that were prompted by
would refer to the people the question bigotry and hatred, and calcu
lated by bigotry and hatred, and
of amending the constitution so the calculated to insult and annoy a large
benefits of the bonus and loan act claas of citizens. Notwithstanding the
would, be opened to Spanish-American presence of a large lobby every day
war veterans aad to Oregon soldiers since the legislature started, threat
ening and buFL-dozing members in
who, anticipating the war. went into the interest of radical measures, a
the army prior to those now benefited I large number of members in both
by the act, and also opening it to six ’ houses refused to be led by the
nal service women, who heretofore Kluxers and their allies and even in
the lower house, where they were
have been held to have been civilian supposed to have a majority, several
employes, was adopted by the senate
of their bills were decisively de
A bill Introduced in the bouse by feated, the remainder receiving
Representative Bailey to prevent aliens similar treatment m tile senate. It
is a sure sign of returning sanity in
not eligible to citizenship in the Uni Oregon.
ted States from holding any Interest
Demanding the Spoils
In real property In Oregon passed the
Governor Pierce has been a de
senate without a dissenting vote. The serving object of sympathy ever
bill Is said to be identical with the since he assumed his duties. He has
law*' already tn effect in Washington been pestered almost beyond endur
ance by a horde of Ku Klux job
and California and will forbid Orien hunters, without any other qualifi
tals from owning or leasing land tn cation for the positions sought than
the ability and desire to draw the
The sheriffs’ compensation MIL spon salary. He is faced by the fact that
those fellows supported him for the
sored by Senator Klepper. was killed purpose and with the hope of get
in the senate. The bill would, have ting into control of the state ma
provided compensation for sheriff» or chinery and upon the score of that
they are demanding ■‘the
deputy sheriffs injured In the perform support
ance of their duties or to their de
Governor Pierre is naturally a
pendents in the event these officials fair-minded man, who carries no
were killed in the performance of their disposition to deny any citizen his
rights or privileges because of reli
gious belief, and it must be a sore
Rsld Highway Board Is Defeated.
trial to him to have his appointments
The house of representative» for the and discharges dictated to him solely
second time thia season has voted down on the ground of religious prejudice,
as a large part of the crowd now at
a btU to provide a paid highway com- tempting to surround him are doing.
missloner. It defeated a bill tntro-
This legislature has been really
dcced by Representatives Hesse and trying to do something big for the
Adams to appoint a highway commis state, but the plans of its members
for that purpose were not sufficient
sioner tn be paid 310,000 per year.
ly worked out in advance. Every fel
The house also defeated a bill to re low came with a determination to do
quire a fifty fifty apportionment ef something, but no half dozen of them
costs of overhead or underground, rail had sufficient confidence in each
other to confer and work out a plan.
road crossings on state highway», be If legislators would hold conferences
tween the railroad companies and the during November and December for
the purpose of formulating big things
highway commission and county.
Mrs. Simmons' bill to require physi like taxation and consolidation
schemes for the interest of the state
cal examination of persons, both men instead of using up those two months
and women, seeking marriage licenses, log-rolling- foe the positions of pre
passed the house.
siding officers and the disposal of
The bill has been amended by tack committee places, they would be bet
ter prepared for -10 days of useful
ing on the referendum, oiauae to refer ness.
tt to the people at the next general
Lack of Leadership
election. Also the provision prevent
The house lacks leadership and
ing marriage of persons whore men with so much inexperienced material
was bound to flounder. The senate
tality is not over that of 12 years had it
has fared better. It has several
been stricken from it.
brainy men, purposeful and efficient.
Senate Passes W. C. T. U. Bill.
Such mtn as Gatrland, Eddy, Staples,
Representative, «ordon’a MU author Dennis, Edwards, Brown, Joeeph,
Strayer, Corbett. Smith and
ising an appropriation o< *26.000. with Hare,
Dun» would be a credit in any body
which to assist tn establishing a home of legislators, state or national.
for dependent uhtldren was approved
Lewis Bills Defeated
by the senato,. The home will be lo
The bill af Representative Lewis of
cated tn Benton county and will be Multnomah
to abolish Columbus day
conducted by. the W. C. T. U.
as. a public holiday which passed in
The senate by a rote of 22 to 3 the house was defeated in the senate
passed Seswtor Brown » Mil preventing at the end of last week by a vote of
to St Lewis’ bill repealing the law
the use qf milk in the manufacture 27
authorizing two chaplains at the
of subsRtutee ter butter and other state penitentiary also was defeated
dairy products. The measure was <i- in the senate the vote being 16 to 10.
retgedt aepeciaRjr at oleomargarine, the These hills were regarded as having
manqfiHture and sale df which has an anti-Catholic slant and were fost
ered by the so-called patriotic socie
lncteqaed ragMly In Oregon during the ties. Another bill which received aid
past tew years.
from the same source was a measure
Determined efforts were made to by Watson to cut the percapita of
tauster strength enough in th* house the state-aided charitable institu
tions. This bill did not get past th*
to reconsider the vote by which Sena house.
tor RMy** MU to revise the Mgb school
courses of study was defeated. The RANKIN
BUSINESS MEN'S CLUB
MH passed the senate after a projengsd
debate, was reported out ef the house
County Commissioner R. H. Rankin
committee on education with a divided
the regular luncheon of ths
report, and after the minority report
In favor of the bill had been subetl- Lenta Business Men’s club in the
tuted for the majority report against I. O. O. F. dining room Wednesday
It, the bill was voted down by twenty noon. The new commissioner gave
eight votes against tweaty-elx with six the members much valuable informa
tion and shed light on the bridge
engineer controversy in which he was
Representative Carktn on behalf of the minority though vigorous mem
tho house.members presented to Speak ber. Commissioner Rankin has been
er and Mm Kubli a beautiful engraved a business man of Portland for th*
past 25 years.
starting sliver service of five pieces.
With only 10 dissenting votes, the
Head Nurse at Isolation Hospital
house passed house bill No. 31*. In
creasing ths state tax on gasolfne
Miss Martha Sheridan has suc
from I to * cento a gallon. ,
ceeded Mrs. Flynn as head nurse at
The senate by a /ote of 23 to 7 the city isolation hospital, Powell
passed a bill Introduced by the com Valley Road and 100th street. Mrs.
mittee on military affairs authorising Flynn is at the Albertina Kerr nur
an anuronriatlon of 816.000 annnaUv sery home.