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mt. Scott herald
Published Every Friday at Portland,
Entered as second-class mail mat
ter February 14, 1914, at the post-
office at iMnts. Or., under act of con
gress, March 3, 1879.
-Jl.50 a year
5812 Ninety-second Street
Phone SUnset 2228
Reporters—Mr». S. Gray. 3549 Sixty
eighth street, S. E, SUnset 1609;
Morrison Handsaker, 5603 Forty
fourth avenue S. E., SUnset 2814;
Lawrence Dinneen. 4827 Ninety-sec
ond street S. E. SUnset 4782. Miss
Ruth Meyer, MAin 3429.
The urge toward a purely indivi-1
¿■¿alistic conception of Christianity is |
responsible for dividing and sub
dividing Protestantism until there
are in the United States nearly 200
denominations. This is a rank abuse
of the principle of freedom. Not over
a dozen of the bodies mentioned can
show good reason for separate ex
istence. A shifting of emphasis to
ward the social gospel which neces
sarily involves co-operation among
both individuals and groups in order
to accomplish anything worth while,
will go far to change this unhealthy
situation.—Pacific Christian Advo
But which 12 are to be adjudged
worthy of separate existence? Who
will decide whether the General Six
Principle Baptists, with their 456
members in the United States have
not so much right to exist as the
Baptists even though the latter have
679 members in this country? Then,
too, there is a nice question to be de
cided between the “Free Will” Bap
tists (Bulloc kites), with 184 mem
bers. and the German Seventh-Day
Baptists who have a grand total of
136 members. Who will say that the
Church of the Universal Messianic
Message has no reason for its exist
ence? Moreover, if it is to be closed
where are its 266 communicants to
go? Will the Advocate tell the 112
members of the Apostolic church, the
91 members of the Church Trans
cendent and the 64) members of the
Friends (Primitive) that they are un
reasonable in maintaining their de
In a famous speech, delivered after
the civil war, Wendell Phillips, aboli
tionist leader, complained that the j
political parties did not turn to the
new problems of the time.
trouble with all political parties.” he
declared, “is that they linger on the
stage long after we need them. Al
though ‘the brains are out, the party
won't die.’ ” That was in 1871; what
would Phillips say now if he were to
return and find the same old parties
cumbering the ground?
NOW IS THE TIME
REED OR FIBER FURNITURE VERY PRACTICAL
The wfMfl blow cold, and rough, ami
And the breath of the snow is chill;
They have their day, and the right
And stand in their path» who will?
But. not far off. I see a time
When the roaring blast grows
And the sting of the frost is toned,
And then—the violets come!
HJd and Powell Valley Road
Phone Sl’nset 2164
Indiana and the Telephone
The telephone is a steady source of
wonder to the Indians. The Hudson
Bay company built a line from Ft.
Fitzgerald to Ft. Smith, a distance of
16 miles, and when Indians come to
the fort, the first thing they are told
about is the spirit talking machine.
Then they go to the store and see it»
and if the telephone rings, and they
hear the ensuing conversation, they
concede that the white man has mas-
tered spirit talk.
Six braves came into the store one
day at Ft. Smith, stating they came
from Ft. Fitzgerald, and that the
LEED & FUEL CO.
A Thrift Year
dressmaker and representative of
Nu-Bone Corsets, the most popular
made to measure corset.
It's all in getting started.
Call SI’. 1609
WB STBC1AUZB 4M
You Can Earn
4 Per Cent
on your savings.
Why Not Try tdgle Garage
Dr. Patrick F. Mahar
By Frederick D. Stricker, M. D.. < of
the Oregon State Board of Health
Spring is significant of new life,
and a rejuvenation of the old. Soon
the vegetable kingdom will arouse
from the winter period of indolence,
“Olive Green” so vs: “One who will
and will burst forth with new raiment rake the life of a cabbage need not
of green to soften the hard outlines
hesitate at chicken or
of hill and dale and meadow, and to
turkey, for cabbage has
beckon us forth into God’s outdoors.
Soon the animal kingdom will shed
nant, compelling and pen
their winter coats, and girls and boys
etrating life. Anyone liv
will join the carnival of spring in
pretty, bright Easter attire.
ing In a flat may prove
In a few weeks towns and cities
it by cookinug cabbage
and communities will advertise clean
and listening for remarks
up, paint up and brush up campaigns
made by the other ten
in order to harmonize with the set
ants. Anything lifeless
ting with which nature has sur
rounded them. All of these activi could never be so forceful and power
ties are good and are worthy of the ful as cabbage, even In Its last mo
highest commendation. “Cleanliness ments.”
is next to godliness.” We wonder if
Cream at Cabbage Soup.—Take one-
godliness is possible without cleanli half of a medium-sized cabbage, chop
ness. for without a clean mind, clean fine and measure; to one quart of the
body and clean soul how can one have chopped cabbage take one quart of
a full appreciation of the spiritual milk
Corer the cabbage with one
Are you merely making a sham of quart of water boiling hot. add a tea
your spring cleaning? Are you cover spoonful of salt, a slice of onion, and
ing a withered, decaying body with a sprig of parsley. Just simmer, not
fine and beautiful clothes, and mak allowing the cabbage to boll, until It
ing yourself believe that because the la transparent; the flreless cooker Is
clothes are good, so is the body un a good place to cook it. Press through
During the winter you a colander, saving the water. Add to
have had your automobile repainted this a quart of milk, rub one-half cup
and thoroughly overhauled to avoid
trouble during the coming spring and ful of butter with three tablespoon-;
fuls of flour, stir Into the soup and
But what about the human ma cook, fteason with salt and pepper
Have you had it examined and serve with squares of bread or
for defective parts? A thorough small cheese balls. Red cnbbnge will i
examination now with intelligent ad give a violet shade to the soup; it Is
vice will possibly add several years
often used «hen serving s violet
to your life. If you are approaching
or past middle life this fact makes a luncheon.
Cream of cauliflower may be used
thorough physical examination the
more imperative. Many of you who for soup in the «»me way, using a
read this letter, when you receive head of cauliflower.
your notice of premium due for your
Bisque of Turnip.—Put a table
life insurance will find enclosed an spoonful of butter, one sliced onion
offer of a free examination. Are you three slices of carrot Into a saucepan
going to take advantage of the offer?
The insurance company realizes that toss until slightly yellow, then add
by thorough physical examination four good-sited turnip«, grated. There
years may be added to the lives of should be a pint of pulp. Cover the
the insured, they will therefore col saucepan and without adding any wa
lect more premiums from you, and ter, simmer on the back of the stove
postpone the payment of a death
for twenty minutes.
Then add a
claim. If it li-gosd business for the quart of milk and two tablespoonfuls
insurance company, is it not good each of flour and butter well mixed
business to you? Nothing is more
Cook until smooth, add a teaspoonful
valuable than human life.
A physical examination should in of salt, a dash of red pepper and a
clude among other things a thorough teatpconfnl of kitchen bouquet. Strain
examination of the heart and lungs through a fine sieve and serve with
with the body stripped to the waist; small squares of farina.
testing of the blood pressure, and an
examination of the urine. A care fill
history to determine the appearance
of symptoms is of no less importance.
National Bay State Shoe Co.
296 Broadway, Nsw
Phone SUnset 3571
York, N. Y.
U hen once you ve
given us some work
we’ll please you so we
know you’ll be back.
That’s the way, ex
perience has taught us.
“Pat and Jeny
Electrical Fixtures Selected
by the School Board?
They found them mere efficient
and effective than «everal other
competitive «amples shown.
Pitone Broadway 5781 and have
sample light installed. Wiring
service and eatimaU*s given.
Tavelli & Mack.
Walsh Electric Co.
50th and Division Sts
106 FOURTH ST.
Bri. Waah. and Stark Sia.
"The Hank That Give« You Service'
Phone Sl'nset 1308
Grays Crossing Barber Shop
6007 82d street, next the metal work«
Ml Mcrvwon Street
Semi correct size. Pay
postman on delivery or
send money order. If
sheos are not so repre
sented we will cheerfully
refund your money
promptly upon request.
To My that romance reside« In the
old. the unusual, and the remote, will
do well Mou«h for young people: tor
them it does so.
. . But as we
grow older, supposing that we have
not given up the search for It as un
profitable. we come more and more. I
think, to seek It In the near, -he tree
ent and the familiar. And sometimes
we discover It in the most unlikely
Get the habit of
Read the Herald Classified ads.— Read the display ads too.
Position Wanted By
Sl nset 1983
We have purchased
122,(XX) pair United States
Army Munson last shoes,
sizes 5% to 12, which was
the entire surplus stock of
one of the largest United
States government shoe
This shoe is guaranteed
100 per cent solid leather,
color dark tan, bellow:»
tongue, dirt and water
proof, The actual value
of this shoe is $<». Owing
to this tremendous buy wu
offer same to the pub
Do It Now!
any more fur. The factor at Ft. Smith
HUR CVmNO.FACIAL MASSAOLM)
made the connection, and the bravest l
4M) IUI8 BOBB1.NÜ
l^nts, Portland. Or.
of the six picked up the receiver, but 1 Ute DD I SION
Bet. 49th sa4 5»tb Sis.
when he heard the familiar voice, he
n> KSV BClUalKS
dropped the receiver with a yell and
ran out of the door. Two others ran
also, but the remaining three, seeing
the white man in the store laughing
at them, took courage, and one of
them picked up the receiver and
Why not give us a call when in
asked, “Is this Billy Lyle?” And as
need of garage service?
the answer came, “Yes, this is Billy,” I
the Indian said, “You're a big liar,
because you’re in Fitzgerald.” Then
5820 92d St.
he walked out. The fifth one spoke
for a minute, then ran around the
building, thinking Lyle was behind
the wall, while the last one asked
Currey’s Pharmacy, Grays Cross
When you want to borrow money
Lyle whether another Indian was
ing, is your neighbor, Here you
on your property see
near, as he wanted to ask him whether
may have your doctor's
Lyle was really there. A friend of
OTTO & HARKSON
tions accurately filled, Here you
his was found, and they talked in
Chipewyan Indian for a while, until
will find real service.
413 Chamber of Commerre Bldg.
he was thoroughly convinced that the
spirit machine could not only talk to I
Try the Drug Store Firat
Fitzgerald, but that it could talk even ,
his own Chipewyan language.
Start a savings account today.
It only takes a dollar. After
that you’ll learn what every
other depositor knows—that it’s
fun to sava
Either silk or wool Jersey would
make up this youthful model very at
tractively and if further decoration
were desired, the long narrow vest
supplies a suitable hackground for it.
The closing is to the left of the inserted
vest re and the neck may be in round
or square outline. Deep cuffs finish
the short, kimooo sleeves
size require, 1J4 yard 40-uica o< 1:|
yard 5-4-inch material.
Pictorial Review Girls' Dress Na
1547. Sizes. 6 to 14 years. Pnco
O I L
all kinds of
Good for 50c applied on an order
j for not less than ’» dos. photos; also
one painted premium FREE. Present
this coupon anytime at
THE BENJAMIN STUDIO
6435 Foster Road
Hudson Bay factor there had told i
them that he could speak to them,
although he stayed in Fitzgerald. If
he had lied, they would never sell him |
SMART IN JERSEY
MEALS AND LUNCHES
Eastern and Western
Herd or fiber furniture is not only good for the porch or sun room. but la
equally suitable for the year-round living room. A comfortable settee, several
substantial chairs and a cunning round table will coat Just about half the
amount that one would speud for the usual living room furniture The pieces
may be bought In the natural color and stained or painted to harmonise with
any color scheme.
128 Third at., bet. Washington
•mi Alder sts.
Just, 1H blocks from ”M-S” car.
Millers’ Service Station
Tis so with my heart. Though the
winds of life
Are cruel, and sharp, and cold.
And the bitter chill—though “tis
calm and still—
Is fraught with a strength untold.
Yet. with vision clear, I see a day
When the gladness of spring gives
To the budding trees and the vagrant
And then—the violets bloom!
Daily Fashion Hint
R. and M.
45 Steps West From Broadway
John J. Conboy, Prop.
With Carl Greve, the
LAUER REALTY CO.
THE CITIZENS BANK
Grsnd Are. at E. Alder Street
32 years old
Interest Paid on Savings
“We Would Appreciate Your Busi nena
CITY PROPBRTT and FARMS
Have YOU a
Cantilever Shoes Make
Could you do Walter Camp's
famous "daily dozen” with your
feet strapped to boards ?
Ordinary shoes are like boards
on your feet. Your arch cannot flex
in them because they are reinforced
with steel between the leathers, of
the sole. Ask your shoemaker to
show you when he is resoling a
pair of shoes. See how impossible
it is to bend them at the arch.
A Cantilever Spring
Dr. Douglas Stewart a leading
specialist, says: “The ^foot is a
cantilever spring so made that when
it is allowed to function normally
it carries the body with the great
est possible ease and resilience.”
The Cantilever Shoe is made with
a flexible arch which permits the
cantilever spring of your foot to
function normally. It gives that
ease and resilience which char
acterize a perfect carriage. This
can only be accomplished by giving
perfect freedom to the muscles of
the foot. The flexible arch of the
Cantilever Shoe fits snugly, while
it forms a natural support to the
Makes Life Easier
Cantilever Shoe« _
give an added
zest to your pleasures and lighten
the daily round of your duties. They
are stylish aa well as comfortable.
The modish, rounded toe and the
medium heel are worn by women
who are particular about wearing
That youthful, swinging step is
made possible by wearing Canti
levers. Buy a pair tomorrow and
know what it means to walk miles
out-of-doors or at your every-day
work without fatigue.
CANTILEVER SHOE CO.
Sheet Metal Works
ON THE JOB!
266 Morrimin Street, the Jewelry
Store—and the Optical Store la
■quare arroa. the street at 269
Morrison Street—1 have no other
branch stores. We have a full and
complete shop filled with men
who have been with me for years
and who are true to their em
ployer and their work — Honest,
industrious, Ixiyal to both you
Jewelry of modern make.
Optical Store right
your parents kava
Richmond Plumbing &
GET MY PRICE BEFORE
1078 Division Street
LETTING THE JOB
PHONE TAbor 3760
Your inspection invited at the
6007'j 82d St.
GREEN HILL DAIRY
Phone SUnset 3442
74th and Foster Road
Whipping Cream and Buttermilk
266—269 MORRISON ST.. PORTLAND. OREGON
You may get the famous
2-J Powder Soap
Horseshetlity & Gen. Blacksmithinq
at the following stores:
9327 Fester Road
6040 Foster Road, SUnset 2424
D. C. GEDDES
6405 824 St., SUnset 3508
L. L. DUER 4 SON
5010 724 St., SUnset 1353
«305 Foster Road TAbor 2430
CRUM & CHAMBERS
7136 55th Ave., SUnset 4931
29th Ave. and 71st St., SUnset 2573
R. H. HUKE
1781 Belmont at 69th St
I. T. BOEHM
271 E. 824 St., TAbor 8685
5537 Foster Road, SUnset 2644
5204 Foster Road, SUnset 2929
H. O. HICKOX
5914 82d St, SUnset 1283
5807 92d Street
2-J SOAP COMPANY
343 Russell St, EAst 0154
266 Morrison St., Portland, Oregon
DR. P. J. O’DONNELL
Phone«—SUnset 1510 (office)
SUnest 1818 (residence)
Cor. 924 and Foster Road
New and Second-Hand Sewing
Anything that’s good to eat:
Groceries, Meats, Fish, Canned
FOR SAIJÏ < HEAP
Trade in your old one on your new
Singer at a liberal allowance.
GEORGE A. JIGGAR
III Gl 11 MARKET
5927 NINETY-SECOND STREET S. E.
Phone SUnset 3955
Monarch Furniture Polish for Sale