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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 5, 1914)
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The mailmuni weekly hour*
ahall I mi 64
The maximum hour«
for any day are Bled by the aiate
law at lo
S In aome occupation* aufflclenl
caperle nee may l.e bad In a few day*
or a few week* to warrant the week
ly wage of $a 26 In caae employer*
In auch occupation* fall lo ealabllah
voluntarily a reaaonable term for et
perlenred worker*, the Coiumlaalon
will call ronfereneva and fli appro
priale term* of eiporlenrr The pree-
ent ruling almply indicate« (hat In
no occupation will more than a
year * experience be re<|ulred
i aae aeveral month*' experlenoe I*
required. It would be In accord with
the purpcMie of the law to have a
gradual alep up In I he rate of wage*
from the beginner'* wage« until the
rate of |t 36 a week I* reached
II la not Intended to Include
In the order fur a So p m dlamlaaai
any oreo pal Ion. the very nature of
the aervlce of which require* night
Th r In dual rial W rlfa rr Com ml* work
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J Take Notice Th a i pursuant In
Ihr authority In II vrslril br Ihr Urn
krai U « l of Ihr State Ilf Oregon
1*13. Chapter «2 . pages »2
anil In arcor«lanre with Ihr dr
It. r initiation hr II duly niadr and rm
|.|rrr,i thr Induatrlal W rlfa rr Com
Jti.iaslim of Iba Slate of Oregon here
11>r ofilrra that
Honor roll for the week eliding
I No person. Brin or corporal Ion January SU. 1914
II. hoii One
I rli a 11 employ any etperlsuied adult
1» »man In any Indualry In llir atalr
I ul Oregon. paid by time rate of pal
I n ■ nl al a weekly * a | r ra lr of Iraa
I Mian right dollar« and twenty five
I I'rnta l | l i l l a week. any Iraarr
amount bring h rrrby drrlarrd Inad
«quale to aupply Ih r nn raaai y coal
Im m ise H o a c h
»1 lit lng lo auch «roman worker* and
| lo maintain Ihrm In bralth
llooni Tw o
Nor ahall any auch person.
[ rrm or cor (Miration employ women In
any indualry In Ih r atalr of Oregon
for tuorr than 64 hour* a wrrk
Nor ahall any auch prraon.
firm or corporation pay Inexperlem •
ed adult woman workrra rinployrd
by tlnir ra lr of payment, al a rate of
wage* Iraa than $6 0 « a wrrk And
ihr mailmuni length of lima auch
workrra may br ronaldrrrd Insxpcr-
letirrd In any Indualry ahall not ei
feed onr year.
4 No peraou, Arm or corpora
Il atei Caughey.
tion owning or conducting any mer
cantile. manufacturing or laundry
ralabllahmrnt In Ih r atalr of Oregon
ahall employ women worker* In
auch ralabllahiuenl later Ilian the
hour of B SO p m of any day Thl*
hour of dlamlaaal doea not apply to
telephone and telegraph companies,
i on fret lottery
tauranta and holela
Said order ahall become effecfl»*
from nnd after February 7. 19)4
After auch order la effective. It
ahull br unlawful for nny employer
In the alale of Oregon affected there
by lo fall to observe and comply
therewith, anil any peraon who vlo-
laiea aald order ahall I»* denned
K it Ilf y of a mlademeanor and upon
conviction thereof, ahall he punlah
ed by a tine of not leaa than $26 nor
more than lliiti or by Imprlaonment
In the county jail for not leaa than
I" day* nor more than three month*,
or by both auch flue and Imprlaon-
tnenl In the dlarrellon of (he court
Section 9 of Chapter «2. Ooneral
l.awa of Oregon 1913. provide* that
every employer affected by I hi* or
der «hall keep a copy ported In a
conaplcuoua place In each room In
ealahllahmenl In which women work
W ilbur Dlltlmore.
Liplanatlon of Order No. H
1 a. The minimum wage* died
hy thl* ruling are wage rate* Con
working for lea* than a full week
Llu.lv I») W rlfarr < ommission
of th r S U O Send» Out
O rder No. 5
||M K LIMIT \M > NN VGES
|l.igr« Placed ul $H.25 Weekly
.H Hour* lo C onstitute a
W erk’« W ork — Penalty for
Son Compliance W ith O rdrr
HONOR ROLL OF THE
benefit the aelller* on the Cary act
At a recent meeting of the
State l.and Hoard both Crawford and
I .e w I * voted again*! Oovernor Weat’a
proposition to have the t'nlted State*
and the state take over the north
unit of the Central Oregon Irrigation
Co'a Irrigation project.
M rller King* Sweet Song
Inasmuch aa thl* stand on part of
the Iwo officials la believed to be
Inimical to (he beat Interest* and fu
ture of the Cary act section and the
whole of Central Oregon. Mr Ellin
ger I* Inclined to take both Mr l«ew-
I* and Attorney tieneral Crawford to
lie reverses the uaual proce
dure. however, of writing on men
and measures to the public prints,
and Instead wrltea to the men In
question themselves Incidentally he
makes a few remarks on puaaant on
politic* wlilrh can hardly lie sweet
music lo I heir ears
Writing to Mr ls*wla he says
"Y o u r actions make me sore and ev
ery man I meet Is sore at you and
the real of the board, who voted
against the governor'* plan, which
plan would Immediately and effec
tively eliminate the Central Oregon
Irrigation Co and bring a return of
prosperity to Central Oregon
"M r Crawford and yourself ought
lo realise your absolute Inrompeten-
cy In everything (he servants of the
|M*ople should be
You are making
asses of yourselves by showing your
«pleen against the only friend on the
board the state of Oregon ever hail
The sooner such men as you are
j forced from public office, the better
for all concerned, anil I assure you
that If the »«.ttler» of Oregon have
their way you will get your walking
papers quick "
o m n ii.
Kedmund. Or., Jan. 27, 11)14
Itegular meeting of the Common
Council of the City of Heduiond. O r
egon. held at the office of the City
Recorded on the 27th day of Janu
Present : Mayor Hoach and Coun-
cllrnen Immele, lleSouia, Atkinson.
1’ hoenlx. Karri* and Heedy.
called to order by Mayor Hoach
Minutes of previous meeting read
tin motion the following billa were
approved and ordered paid
W I. perry .....................$«7 53
W. k Young .....................
J. 11. Vincent ...................
Deschutes Power Co........... 77.60
Turn A bum l.mbr C o . . . 10.70
Proportion of K. It Metcalf for
the position of pumper at a salary
of $500 per year read, and on motion
further consideration thereof was
deferred until the next regular
meeting of the Council.
liond of A O. Alllngham, given
by the National Surety Co., read,
and on motion accepted and his pres
ent bond released.
Itond of II. J. U v e read, and on
Application of C. R. Mcl.allln for
a plumber’» permit, accompanied by
a bond In the autn of $2000, read,
and on motion approved and the re-
M rd M ,M truct„ , to ,M u i
t 'heeclng \Yunl*. fo r 4'aaillilate
After applying the particularly
euphonious word "barnacle" to the
attorney general. Mr Klllnger pro
ceed* to say a few words on Mr
Crawford's candidacy for the gov-
ernshlp. They are very comfortable,
cheering w ords of encouragement, a*
should nominate you. Just keep tab
on what amount of voles you gel In
Central Oregon. 1 think you will be
able lo count them without the aid
of your siM-retary. If ever you had
a chance here In Central Oregon
(which Is doubtful), you have effect-
Ively eliminated II by your continual
opposition (o the first and only
friend that the settlers on the Carv
lands In Oregon ever had upon the
State IVesert Land Hoard.
"Oovernor West has a plan for
completing the North Canal Cnlt of
the C. O. I Co., which means a very
great deal for this vicinity, but you
and other members of the board are
now playing a 'dog In (he manger'
game with the governor, simply be-
cause you do not feel friendly to
ward him. The benefit hi* plan will
be lo Central Oregon, or the good It
will do for the settler, does not enter
Into your consideration
yet to give a decent excuse for your
| opposition to this matter.
"I wish you would come to lted-
mond and bring the other 'barna-
(there that's pretty word
again). "J. H. la*wl*. with you. and
let u* have your Ideas regarding
I your scheme for reclaiming (he land
here. I can assure yotl of a full
house and a hot reception.
I might find It profitable to open your
campaign for governor here In Red
mond. You would gel a f«»ellng of
what public opinion I* regarding
your long service on the board. We
! have your measure, and have known
full well that both Lewis and your
self were wolves In sheep'* clothing,
Here's hoping that you will wake
K K i* o n r
on the payment of the annual li
The Water Committee reported
that the Stale Hank would collect
water rent* for one per rent of the
On motion the
report was approved and accepted
Iteport of Ordinance Committee
on the proposed ordinance granting
a franchise to the Deschutes Mutual
Telephone Co. read, and on motion
(he same was approved and the rom-
mlttee Instructed to lake the matter
up with the telephone company.
No further business appearing
J. A. W 1LLC O X . Recorder.
THE BOYS AND HIRES
(Continued from 1st Page)
these projei-ts, such as bulletins on
potato growing, etc. These will be
distributed through the clubs, and
will be of value to parents as well aa
lo the children. The work of organ
ising the clubs will fall largely upon
the county superintendents working
through the teachers. The I'ntver-
slty of Oregon, the Oregon Agricul
tural College, and the Oregon Nor
mal S«-hool have proml*«>d to send
out men In addition to the field
workers from this office to help the
superintendents in this work.
The State Fair Board has appro-
prlated to this department $1000 to
be distributed among the boys and
girls as prlxes at the State Fair. The
board has also promised us $500 to
be used to entertain two boys from
each county for the whole week at
the Fair. The boys will be under
the most careful supervision and will
make a study of every department of
the Fair, Including especially the
poultry and stock Judging, in addi
tion to thl* we expect to send the ten
children who stand highest in the
state contest to the Panama Kxposi- |
Hon at San Francisco.
Nil L L P
S \ I.L
I have some old Kwea and some
Lambs for sale. Call at my ranch ,
14 miles w«**t of Redmond, or write
F R E D W IE S E .
Slaters. Ore. j
Hampton— The swindler beat you
You know of the bargains In your ou' of only *600*
Rhodes Ye*. I was a pretty good
store. Don't he aelflsh. Te ll other*
I about them.
Saturday, Feb. 7 ’14
I will hold my first annual Livestock Sale on
at 10:00 o’clock sharp, at McLALLIN’S RANCH, 1*/* miles
north of Redmond Depot.
20 head of High Grade Dairy Cows and Heifers, some
fresh, some to freshen soon.
30 head of Duroc Jersey Hogs.
10 head of Bred Sows.
15 October Sow Pigs.
3 Boars ready for service.
Here is an opportunity to lay the corner stone of the
greatest industry of Central Oregon.
FREE LUNCH AT NOON.
TERMS: 10 months’ time given on approved security.
Three per cent discount for cash.
G. A. BRADLEY.
Col. J. C. Thrall. Auctioneer.
W. S. Rodman, Clerk.
CENTRAL ON OREGON l j
CENTRAL OREGON LINE
And points on the S. P. & S. Ry. in Washington.
Tickets on sale daily March 15th to April 15th.
Inform your eastern friends of this chance to move to
the Pacific Northwest at very low rates. Fares may be de
posited with local agents.
ONE WAY TICKETS FROM
C h ic a g o ................
Si L o u i s ..............
Little Rock . . .
M e m p h is ..............
New Orleans . . .
............ 42 50
............ 48 05
St. Poul ................. ......... $30.00
Minneapolis .......... .........
D u lu t h ................... .........
Kansas C i t y ......... ........... 30.00
Omaha .................... .........
St. J o s e p h .............. .........
CENTRAL OREGON "OWL”
Daily between Portland and Central Oregon points. Leave
Bend 8:30 p. m.. arrive Portland 8:10 a. m. Leave Port
land 7 :00 p. m. arrive Bend 8:00 a. m. Tourist sleeping car.
Berths. $1.00. First-class day coaches.
Connections in Portland to and from Willamette Valley.
Puget Sound. Spokane and all eastern points.
Two limited trains daily via Spokane and East.
H. BAl'KOL, Agent. Redmond, Oregon.
R. H. Crozier, Asst. C.en. Pass. Agt., Portland. Ore.
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