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a shallow mind than its curiosity as UNION PACIFIC
■ thirty-five thousand miles each aad
DO NOT USE TOO MUCH CRETONNE IN A ROOM
to the private life of. others—their
CHIEF PROTESTS eaqh axtsad'.ng from Puget Sound or
weaknesses, their foibles, their mis
the Pacino ocean to the Great lakes,
takes. It can be nothing else but a
io the mouth of the Mississippi river
lhibliaiwai Every FYidav at Portland.
pitiful, frantic effort of a mind to DOES NOT FAVOR GROUPING OF
aad ths Gulf of Mexico, and traversing
escape complete emptiness. With thia
moat of the Intermediate states, make
POSEDBY HALE HOLDEN
LAWRENCE DINNEEN. Editor world so crowded with matters of
the combination« entirely too large
importance, of beauty, of worth, it is
X^r efficient management and service
Entered aa second-class mail mat self-evident that the only possible
for the welfare of the corporations
tor February 14, 1914, at the poet reason any mind debases itself with
Judge Lovett made It plat* that he themselves, their creditors aud stock
office at Lenta. Or., under act of eon its neighbors' affairs is its incapacity
green, March S, 1879.
had no objection to the commission's holders and tor the public good, and
to hold anything else.”
authorising a consolidation of the HUI present a situation which probably
Subocnption Price . -41.50 a year
FOREST PRESERVATION WEEK linos, but that If that were done the would be a source of much undesirable
commission should also authorise the friction and in many ways a constant
Railway Exchange Building
This is forest preservation week reconstitution of the Harriman group, menace, especially in case of failure.”
and if we are going to have “weeks” the Union and Southern Pacific, to
He answered Mr. Holden's argument,
at all there can be no objection to meet the strong combination that based on the tact that the traffic
Reporters—Mrs. S. Gray, 3549 Sixty
would be effected by the consolidation handled by the New York Central and
eighth street, S. E., SVnaet 1609; this particular “week.”—certainly not
IT-etimn.w are good, but do not overdo tbeju Is the advice of the Interior
Pennsylvania respectively la substan
Morrison Handsaker. 5603 Forty in Oregon which depends so largely of the HUI lines.
The Holden plea, however, does not tially aa great as Chat which would be decoratore. In a room with a figured wall covering or a pat terne« I rug. even a
fourth avenue S. E., SUnset 2814.
on its forest wealth.
very attractive cretonne strikes a wrong note. The room shown In the sketch
Depletion of the eastern and contemplate a consolidation of the handled by any of the four systems, affords a very pleasing effect gained by ui
isliig a ohlnts patterned paper hung In
RELIGION AND CITIZENSHIP
southern forests has gone forward Union and Southern Pacific, but in by pointing out that the problems of panels, white rutiled curtains and Ivory w« roodwork snd furniture. A taupe car-
management In a territory extending pet covering the entire floor la a new touch.
until sixty per cent of the country's
Did our Lord say: “Suffer the little forest wealth is in the west. Twenty down with lines with which they have only from New York to Chicago and
children to come unto me after they eight states now consume more lum no natural affiliations and makes them St. Louis are very different from the
SALE—<2850, six-room house,
ssloa In granting the Southam FOR
are children years old?" Leonidas I. ber than they cut Exclusive of farm competitive with their nstural allies, problems of management In new and
modern, at 4136 83rd street. S. E.;
Newby, grand master of the Knights woodlots, says the secretary of the
4350 cash, |25 per month. See Mrs.
Hattie Wilson, 4738 Hist. S. E.
Templar of the United States, who interior, “we have 181 million acres cific by placing the Chicago A North all the way from the Canadian border,
"/taAlly. to guard against po««lble
was in town for a few hours the of logged and burned forest land western tn a rival group. The Holden Puget Sound and the Pacific ocean to
other day, seems to think so. Sir which has not been put to cultiva plan also would run counter to the the Great lahea. the mouth of the Mia misunderstanding of my views In stat
LAUER REALTY CO.
Leonidas is quoted as saying that the tion. Timber is the only crop that legislation under which ths Union Pa alsstppl river, the gulf and the Mex ing our purpose to carry out aa far
as wa can ths tentative plan of ths
function of the religious school “lies most of this land will grow.” It is cific and Central Paclfto were con ican border.
Judge Lovett also disagreed with Mr. commission with tbe modifications
in the training of the child after he obvious that any intelligently thought structed aa one continuous line by as
city raoruRTT «ea farms
has passed through the high school out plan of forest preservation must signing to the Southern Pacific a half Holden's view that each of the Pacific above suggested. 1 should like to add
stage of education.”
include the reforestation of these Interest In the Denver A Rio Orande coast lines should have a line ex that I believe entirely too much la WU Had Street
Western and Denver and Salt Lake, tending to the gulf, stating that the expected by some of our statesmen,
Leonidas is also given credit for lands.
east and weat traffic was the im and In some quarters of public opinion,
this amazing opinion: “Religious con
Extension of adequate fire protec
victions are a thing apart from edu tion to the existing forests, adapting land from Colorado Springs and Dea portant and controlling traffic with from thia commission's work and the
cation which is so vital to the pro taxation to the timber “harvest" and ver to the Missouri river and Chicago tbe transcontinental lines. After point effect of the transportation act of 1920
duction of good citizens.” Mr. New the study of reforestation constitute wonld make it to the Interest of the ing out various reasons for thia he with respect to these consolidations
by’s religious convictions may have the basis of a sound forest policy in
Sheet Metal Works
tear down instead of build up the
"But more Important still sud almost solidation and lagal solidification Into
nothing to do with his citizenship but the opinion of Secretary Wallace.
Ogden route of the Union and Central startling Is the Inevitable tendency one company of lines naturally allied
most Christians will take another
and effect of the Holden plan to and grown together aa ons system, but
view of the matter.
“In addition” he said, “both the divert grain from the trunk Itnee and legally held by numerous different
The mere opinion of Mr. Newby, ‘
GET MY PRH’E BEFORE
Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Atlantic seaboard to the gulf. Hither corporations loosely combined In oom
unsupported by any evidence, would
z are sent far afield Into territories to the Great Northern, the Northern mon control through stock ownership.
be entirely negligible except for his V,
LETTING THE JOB
where they have never been, where Pacific, the Burlington, the Chloago. There will also be consolidations of
position at the head of an important
they have no business or connections I Milwaukee A St Paul, the Chicago A some lines not at thia time under
Protestant fraternal order.
Whether bishops are chosen partly
opinion is of interest chiefly as cor on account of their ability to tell a and where apparently there is no Northwestern, the Union Pacific and oommon control or otherwise related
MOV j «2d St.
roborative testimony that a consider good story, or whether the ability to shadow of reason for them to go. The the Chicago Great Western have been where the stockholders are able to
able Masonic group has entered upon tell a good story is something that a Union Pacific is sent down into Ten impartial as between Atlantic and gulf agree upon relative values. Yet. ths
bishop acquires ex officio is a ques
a campaign of secularization of edu tion that I have yet to determine. A nessee. Alabama. Louisans. Tsxaa, ports, as their carnage did not extend consolidation of Independent systems
prelate from the South introduced a Arkansas and Oklahoma with lines beyond Chicago. Kansas City or St wtll not be aa rapid or aa numerous. PUBLIC 'WELFARE
Normal Protestant opinion, we good one the other day when we to New Orleans. Laredo on the Mex Louis, and they Interchanged without I fear, as are anticipated by many,
SPECIAL PRICES ARE DRAW-
should say, is represented not by the were talking of people who spend ican border and to El Paso, and again preference with the trunk llnee and at least without further legislation by
most of their time anticipating
grand master but by such a declara trouble. An old lady had taken her into northern Michigan. The HUI lines, the gulf lines alike at the usual gate congress solving many of the problems
tion as that made by Professor L. A. seat on a cable car about to make a however, ere treated very conserva- , ways. But the Holden plan ties each that will present themselves even
ON SATURDAY. APRIL 2«
Weigle, of the Yale Divinity School, descent, when she called the con lively In this respect and the only new one of the great 'Granger' roads up whsre the teraaa of consolidation have
any one of following articles in
at the annual meeting of the Reli ductor and asked what would happen territory la which they venture Is from with a gulf line of Its own. but with been agreed upon; and there will bo
stock will be sold for ONLY
the cable broke. “We have a rachet Fort Worth to Houston. Texas, and out any line east of Chicago or St. great difficulty In ths stockholders
gious Education association in Cleve if
system, madam, which would stop
land a few days ago: “Our children the car immediately,” he answered over the Kansas City Southern snd an Louis, thus forcing all of them In their agreeing upon relative value even not
own interest thereafter, through con counting those individuals who are in
cannot help but note the omission (of reassuringly. “But if the rachet broke, other short line to New Orleans."
Men’s. Ladies’. Children’s hata;
With reference to Mr. Holden’s sub trol of car supply and otherwise, to the habit of acquiring a small amount
religious education from the public where should I go?” “The company
Winter overcoats (except army).
Trousers, Pants, Coats. Men's
school curriculum) and mark the dis that, madam,” he replied. “That stitution of the Chicago, Milwaukee * exert their Influence In favor of move of stock and posing as an oppressed
vests. Bathing suits for men,
crepancy between the elaborate pro would depend entirely upon the kind St. Paul for the Chicago A Northwest ment of all export grain over their minority.
women and children.
ern for consolidation with the Union own rails to the gulf instead of being
“A great difficulty in thia connection
vision which society makes through of life you are leading.”
Pacific, Judge Lovett pointed out that Impartial aa heretofore. If suoh oon- is that there are many unsuccessful
the public schools for their education
attempt is being made this year the former la a competitor of the Un solldatioM are accomplished where railroads in the Ualtod States which
We mention these 25c selling
in everything else and the poor pro to An
institute “blue laws” in ten States
articles merely to give an idea
vision which it makes for their edu of the Union. In Illinois (and prob ion Pacific for traffic to and from the will the trunk llaee and Atlantic ports ought to be liquidated. Doubtless there
how determined we are to clean
cation in religion. The suggestion is ably in the other states) it is pro Puget Sound country, while the Chica get their grain for export? I am not are owners of those who are looking
up our stock and to give the Pub
unavoidable that religion is unim posed to close the theaters and to go * Northwestern is s connection. The their advocate, but only wish to point tA this consolidation law aa an op
lic the benefit.
portant in human life or else that it prohibit the playing of games in the substitution would not only disrupt out this aa another revolutionary and portunity for them to escape from their
public parks. When asked for his existing routes and channels of trade disastrous effect to some Interests of Investments by unloading or the
is so decisive a factor as not to lend opinion on the matter, a Congrega- i
MANY. MANY OTHER ARTI
itself to our common educative pur tional clergyman said he would favor but would run counter to another re the action the commission is asked to strqpg roads. Their properties are un
CLES IN STOCK AT PROPOR
profitable and failures financially for
pose. Thus the public school seems the closing of moving picture houses quirement of the law that competition take."
TIONATELY LOW PRICES.
be preserved as fully aa possible.
Even If the four-system plan were one reason or another, and sooner or
to foster irréligion. A school that only, because they tend to keep in
doors people who would otherwise be Again, the consolidation of the Union adopted, it is Judge Lovett's view that later must be dealt with according to
claims to be a broad-visioned dem outdoors. The lack of any sort of
PUBLIC WELFARE STORE
Pacific and Chicago, Milwaukee * St the systems should be constituted In a thelj actual ralue based upon their
ocratic institution has made the state principle in this argument should be
a fosterer of non-religion. We must noted. Might I enquire what busi
NO. L. UNION AVENUE.
the Holden plan. He said that if the
think our way through what differ ness it is of this Congregati jnal min
ister whether I spend my Sunday in Northern Pacific and Great Northern, Hill lines were to be consolidated, the I apprehend that financially strong
ences can be reconciled. No longer doors or outdoors, so long as I pay
which are the oldest and strongest Union Pacific and Southern Pacific roads asked by the commission, by the
can we afford to have the state put my rent? The Lord’s Day Alliance. I
lines in that territory, would be con should also be consolidated, as their adoption of Ita plan of consolidation
in a position through the public which is backing these attempted
solidated under the Holden plan. Such combined strength would be needed to to absorb these roads. will 6e willing
school of becoming a suggester of “reforms,” seems to regard the popu
lation of this country as a kinder- [ an alignment would certainly not be place them on a fair, competitive basis to take them, if at all, only at their
garten, dominated by its own elight in the interest of giving the Puget with the northern llnee. Again he said actual ralue, and that if there are spy
ened presence. If the people let the Sound country the best competitive
that under a four-system plan the Chi losses to be liquidated they must bo
“blue laws” slip through, the Alli
cago, Milwaukee A 8t. Paul Instead of borne by those who hare ouatained
ance's estimate of their puerility will service
Concluding this portion of his testi the Chicago A Northwestern should be tpern rather than be shifted opto the
have been justified.
An American correspondent in Lon
mony Judge Lovett said, “The consoli combined with the Santa Fe. Such a stockholders of the successful rfiads.
don reports a movement of protest
dation of the Hill lines with their sub consolidation would put the Santa Fe
"But if tbe object of the statute ie
The world’s knitting champion is ' sidiaries into a single system would so system into the North Pacific coast accomplished and a plan tor the con
against the growing license of the
press in the matter of reporting an Irish woman who cannot speak I far overshadow Its competitors and territory In competition with the Hill solidation of ths railroad properties
divorce proceedings and other scan not plan to make a lecture tour of the ’ any other railroad system proposed in lines and the Union Pacific-Southern of the continental United States Into
in Internal Medicine for the
past twelve years
dalous happenings. It appears that United States. She is just plain Mrs. tbe United States in size and financial Pacific group Instead of stopping the a limited number of systems la adopt
there is in England a type of Sun McShane, of Garrick, County Done- I strength and possibilities that one Santa Fe group east of the Cascade ed by the commission and carried out
DOES NOT OPERATE
day paper which makes a specialty of gal, Ireland, and until a few weeks might infer that a desire to meet this mountains as proposed by Mr. Holden. in full, it will not in my optnion aid
ago had never been on a train.
this sort of literary garbage and is
Mrs. McShane, despite these few objection bad something to do with the He also stated that the Chicago, Mil rery much in solving the railroad prob
Will be at
offensive beyond anything known in deficiencies, won the first prize of a jumbling of the International-Great waukee A St. Paul and Santa Fe con lem. It will not reduce the cost of
America. It that is true conditions 50-guinea cup and 50 pounds sterling Northern. Texas and Pacific and St. nect at both Chicago and Kansas City, transportation, which la ths great prob
must be bad, indeed, for there has in a knitting contest with hundreds of ( Louis-Francisco systems with the while the Chicago A Northwestern has lem, or increase the traffic. Of course
women, recently held in one of ,
been a grave deterioration in Ameri other
no line to tbe latter point.
ft will not affect wages or the price Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
London’s largest department stores. |
can press standards in this field in She won the prize by completing a ■ cific, Toledo, Peoria A Western and
Judge Lovett dealt at some length of rails or rolling stock or coal or
May 8, 9 and 10
jumper in 28 hours and 25 minutes. , the Missouri Kansas A Texas, and var with the history of the Central Pacific other materials and supplies, or re-
There is not much use in blaming
ious other lines with tbe Southern Pa and Its relationship to the Union Pa • uce tit»
Office Hours: 10 A. M. to 4 P. M.
and 11 wl>1 not heIp
young girl who completed the work I
the press; the publication of a daily in 31 hours.
cific, tn order that there should be cific and the mutual dependence of the credit of the railroads aa a whole;
newspaper is a great commercial en
other systems équal in mileage and these lines on each other. He referred and *e shall still hare 'etrong* and
THREE DAYS ONLY
At the time of writing the long investment to the Hill combination, to the decision of the supreme court, 'wegk' railroads.
terprise which is constantly growing
more costly as is seen in the number distance dancing record stands at however unequal in solidarity, finan ordering the dissolution of the control
“Even If all the systems to be creat
No Charge for Consultation
something like seventy-five hours, cial strength and prospects and In
of long-established dailies which have and
of the Central by the Southern Pacific ed by the commlesion plan were gl/en
efforts are being made to break
discontinued publication in the past it. This world has managed to think traffic and operating relationships."
because violative of the Sherman act. an eren start (which is Impossible)
Judge Lovett complimented highly and to the recent hearing before the thiy will not remain eren, for some Dr. Mellenthin is a regular graduate
five or six years. The pressure of out some foolish ideas in the course
in medicine and surgery and is
businesa competition urges the daily of time, but the present craze is the manner in which Professor Ripley commission of the application of tbe will succeed while others fail, and licensed by the state of Oregon.
publisher to greater and greater gentleman, whilst engaged in a long and the commission bad worked out Southern Pacific for authority to ac- tb.re Is the rery great danger of
He visits professionally the more im
laxity as long as his offerings in this distance dance, suddenly commenced for the direction of congress a plan quire control, and the decision of the i permanently welding together Incom- portant towns and cities and offers to
line are reflected in an expanding cir to hoot like an owl. The obvious ques
and Inherently different prop all who call on this trip free consulta
tion is: “Why an owl?” If he had properties of the United States. He to the granting of the Southern Pacific 1
except the expense of treatment
aid Isolating trade oenters and tion,
said that while there were defects and application. protected with reasonable traffic rentes and relationships which when desired.
Reform can come only from a re
According to his method of treat-
mistakes hers and there, which must adequacy the rights of the Union Pa with tbe greatest care cannot all now
volt of the readers. Some one has
resurrected a quotation from Carlyle
Teacher—In agricultural class)— be oorrected If great injury to public cific, and that with these conditions be foreseen in a situation so rest and ment he does not operate for chronic
gall stones, ulcers of
as well as privets interests is to be Imposed the Union Pacific would not complioated. Rut it Is tbe policy of appendicitis,
which newspaper readers might well What’s a ground hog?
stomach, tonsils or adenoids.
Student—Why, er, it’s sausage.
avoided, that yet the tentative plan of object to a permanent consolidation of the gevWnment, aa declared by oon-
take as a subject of meditation:
Student—Why, er, it’s sausage.—
He has to his credit wonderful re
the commission affords the basis and ths Southern Pacific-Central Pacific.
■“There is no more infallible proof of St. Edward’s Echo.
gfees which the commission Is carry sults in diseases of the stomach, liver
He said that the Holden plan provid ing out, and it Is our purpose to co bowels, blood, skin, nerves, hearth
ground work whloh should bo followed
and from which departures should be ing for a half Interest by tbe Southern operate to the greatest possible ex- kidney, bladder, bed wetting, catarrh
made only with great caution. He said Pacific In the Denver A Rio Grande tehi we can consistently wjth what weak lungs, rheumatism, sciatica, leg
he doubted whether railroad men Western and the Denver and Salt l^ake we regard as our duty to our stock ulcers and rectal ailments.
If you have been ailing for any
themselves could have formulated a lines would be Inconsistent with thine
end employees and the cont length
of time and do not get any
The April Birthstone and most ap
end traffic we serve.”
better, do not fail to call, as improper
they oouid not have divested them
preciated of Gems. Make someone happy
measures rather than disease are very
with a Diamond
selves of their environment and their referred to tbe testimony already of
often the cause of your long standing
affection for lines with which they fered tn behalf of the Union and
had spent many years.
Southern Pacific asking that ths Col
Remember above date, that con
sultation on this trip will be free
Judge Lovett opposed the suggestion orado lines of tbe Rock Island be ellm
The Square Deal Jeweler
Wants patients. Will do house
and that his treatment ie different.
st all lines in western territory Inated from the proposed Southern Pa-
ild be consolidated into four ays riflc group, as the ownership of these
I Married women must be accom
panied by their husbands.
saying, “Four systems, compris
•■v would be likewise Inconsistent
MRS. R. L. OLSON
DR. PATRICK F. MAHAR. Optometrist
'he conditions imposed bf file
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