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About Stayton standard. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1915-1917 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 21, 1917)
ings of State Legislators Marine News
Schools Military Training
PRESENTING A FOOTBALL TROPHY
Big Shipyard Started
t ' ’ ’ 0919 i
—-M ilitary trainine In the kick
u o ftb r etat# In authovtoaduk
llu tlv * Crandall‘a MU which
is Paaaad by 8anate
not safeguards of th#
ftll along the Hylsb— or—k waterway,
upon r tto k S o Todd flhipbuiidlu
company wUl ultimately build tk#
moot modern and complot* yard la
tko nortkw—t. A con*tract ion offlc*
ha* boon orootod a t the *tu.
w Many carload* of bru*h aro boia«
brought to tho alt* of th* dlk*. and
aro at work ptao>
tko plies wh
! Tb* goi*™ * '•
yiitarv training depaH—aat.
S L u that ••tabllab It muot apply to
ST for authority.
No company of
f f ^ e a n b* organlaod with fowor
2 jo oMmbora or without a aaitablo
S ecto r.
At looot thro* hour* a
m L ar* to bo Mt aside for tho work.
^Tb* atoto I* authorised, too, to fur-
¿ T ib . Mv.ral oompanlo* with rifle*
prf other oquipmoot
• m i m i . M/ovwi 7 ■urruijiifiing m©
reported arrival of two Japan**# crule-
ora la tho Stratta of Juan do Prie* rato
ruary • wa# claarod up Tburaday with
th* arrival la Tneoma of a party of
nine officer* of th* Japon—* cruiser
Iwate, which, with the crul— ra (diurna
and Nlahla of Admiral T. TakaahlU’s
squadron ara at Esquimau, and — Id
to bo coaling at that port Now* of t -__ liefor*
of » militia
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” HM* V
1111111 III man
11 It'll Oafmt-ti
11 team «if r straluni nt American football near Honolulu,
tho arrival of the mombora of the Im HawalL The picture «hou* Oov. Lucius E. Pinkliatn
p resen tin g to Brig. Gen. 8. I. Johnson. N. O. H„ the trophy
perial Japan—0 navy wa* clo— ly rapa.
guarded by the Canadian censor.
It to reported that tho cnitoers
$181,300 Cut From Fair.
Irltpi — Tho joint w*ya nod moan*
Mwittm operated on tho roquoota of
to State fa ir board ha* out out SIRS,*
no but added ItSOO on two Item*.
[gjgaMte* of f i t s ,000 for a soil-
am and 140.000 for a woman’* build.
fg m n allmlnatod antiraly. A total
f M l 000 waa grantod for pramluma
¿ad. The oommlttoa a t Aral tonto-
holy decided to allow «50,000 for
Th* commltt— also rocon*Iderod Ito
etion of sarly ln thé so—Ion, doing
—T with agricultural a—ietanta u>
Is Superintendent of Publie I—truc
co. who handle children's Induotrial
tob work, and granted 18000 out of
le flt.000. _______
This method to made
ravirions of 80 —tor I
lady passed by tba
Th* bill empowers Ut* commi—ion-
» of Mnltnomatb county, " a t their
■ration," to levy a tax of 15-100 of
■111, the proceeds to bo Maced In k
parato fund and —tended only for
m Festival purp——.
Beans—taUv* Mann, who handled
s bill on the floor of tho ho—n oa
si oed that at this rat* of taxation
proximate! y 140.000 would be a vali
odified Cigarette Bill Passes.
Am endm ents to Go On Ballot.
Salem At to—t two and po—ibly
four or flvo constitutional amend mania
and othar propn—to will bo submitted
by this legislature to tho people at an
election In November. 1918.
“ Rap— ntattv* Sheldon's joint rudo-
lution prop—ing the —Ubllshmont of
Floren—, Or —A special maotlng of
a normal school at Ashland and an tba chaabor of 'Bouunerce w— hold
other somewhere In- Eastern'Oregon Wodnooday night to dtocuu mothods
of oooporatlng wlth tho Eugen* or-
gantoation for securigg th* proposad
ahlpyard. A oommlttpo w— appolnted,
— etotlug of J. W. Bergman. W. H.
O’Kolly, R. V. F. Smith. D. M. Kyto
and William Brynd, who wUl confer
wlth tho Engen# commltt— and tako
up tho matter of obtatotog stock sub-
Tho— Inter—tod ar* m—tlng wlth
J eschen’ Bill Passes.
Satofn-Senator Orton's bill amend
ing the teacher*' tenure of office tow.
applying to the schools of Portland,
w— pese «ri by th« hou— Friday with
46 affinasti vs votas. It already had
pomeri the —nate.
The bill to one over which the teach
ers in Um Portland schools themselves
have been divided. Some of them fa
vored it. Other* wanted the tow toft
tho way It to. The school board, ap
parently, to opposed to It.
Th* prcinripel provision In the bill
places the csss* of teachers subject for
dismissal from the servi— ln-the bends
of an Independent board appointed at
th* beginning of —ch y—r by the
presiding judge of tho Circuit court.
This board to empowered to conduct
investigatior* and make decision*.
Tbs voto* of two commissioners will
bo Anal In every case.
am — A "safe and m as" anti-
«to Hill waa paaaad by th* bourn
New Tax Lew Notice.
Monday and probably will go
Salem — Representative Forbes, of
gh Um senate and bseome th* tow D—chute* county, won a decisive vic
tory in Um boo— Friday when ho ob
tained adoption of his amendments to
th* (tolinquent tax list bill.
The Forbes plan provides tor a for
mal noil— by mail 90 days after th*
, toter recai tod and tabled.
tax— become délinquant, end news
• Mil pa—sd to a redraft of tho paper publication of tho— who remain
—y MU. It atricUy prohIMte Um delinquent SO days after Um noti—s
of d geratt— to youths und— SI are —nt out.
I of age and mak— It a mtode-
In Multnomah county nolle— are to
— for a min— to amok* ctga- be published in only two newspapers
1 and prov Id— h—vy panalU— for with a circulation of at toast 10,000
eoptos «ach, while ln Um outside —un
ti— publication to to be made in pa-
Auto Tax Doubled.
selected by Um commi—loners.
MU want beck to Um —net* for
on automoMI— and
«nobil« tracks ar* to b* doubled concurrence, end in this form probably
* provision* of g MU pa—sd by will bo—mo n tow.
««*• Tuesday and Um — 0 —ads
Tax Bill is Passed.
be applied to the state highway
for distribution in —unttes out-
flslstn ft—— nri of W—torn Ore
■ul too math.
gon —unti— in which Um landa of Um
d* MU 1« g part of dm legtolatlve Oregon A California land grant are
pfotram; w— prepared by the situated ar* instructed, under ten— of
boo— and senate oommiU— on a bill peasod by Um hoo— this w—k,
•»d highways, and to g 00 mpan- to restore th* property to Um a—«—
msnt rolla, regard!*— of Um effects,
pending legislation on tho subject
The bill w— introducod by Repre
sentative Been, who pr—anted Ito pro
visions on Um floor.
Th* object of Um bill, — explained
by Mr. Been, to to declare forever Um
sovereign right of the state to tax
JJU go to th* on# ——•
jj**-^b« State Tax commi—ion
wt from $50,000 to 116,000.
¡¡*Jl7 'Th*rs w,u b# busy doing« in
wW d» winds
K* --îüîîion ^
Fir* Marshal Mil Pas—a.
Seism — Tfm house pa—ad Um MU
cr—ting the office of stats Are mar
shal I t plac— Um office In charge of
Um State Insurance commissioner. It
to to be maintained by levying a tax of
one-fourth of 1 par —nt on tho fro—
pramluma collected by the Are insur
ance com pan i— operating in Um state.
In th at way th* department will pia
no additional expense on Um people.
It wlU be —If-supporting. Moat of Um
1 neuron— eompani— favor Um b ill —
they believe it will be helpful in erad
icating dangerous Are haxard*.
? “ ■ °* onflniahed bua* To Redoes Ooat of Printing. ;
Salem — Representative Burdick’s
bill designed to ra d u - the c—t of
printing the Dragon Suprsms court
reports was passed by Um house. It
plea— the printing In th# hands of th*
«è!!» Î ? trivial and the unlmn—t . Supreme oourt itself and prohIMte any
nmmbar — employ* from having any
ua, au in the— Ust days.
SWISS OFFICERS ON THE ST. G0THARD
Amsrteen Vee— I tunk.
Roms —-Th* American schooner Ly
man M. Law was sunk February 18 off
tho 00 —t of Sar danla by a b—Ul« sub
marin«. says a Btotaai dispatch from
Cagliari. Sardinia. Tho vessel waa
loaded with agricultoral machinery,
the dispatch add*. Tba crew of 10. of
which eight wore America—, says the
message, have bean landed a t Cagliari
Motorohlp Leav— I t Helena
S t Helena, Or.—The motorfhlp S. L
Allard, launched a t th* SL Helens
• Officer* of the 8wi*s fortress troops on the St. Gotha <1. Ax a precautionary measure the 8w1as federal rooncil
Shipbuilding company's yards tost
mouth, toft Thursday for Astoria, be mobilised more division* of the army. There have been frequent report* recently of unea*1 see* lo Swltserland re
ing towed by a tug. At Astoria there garding possible violation of her neutrality.
will b* about 10 days' work before the
vessel will be ready to be towed to
San Pranctoco, whore engines will be G R A N T S G R A N D S O N IN W A R
ITAUAN BARRACKS AMID MOUNTAIN CRAGS
Portland—Wbeat— Bhmatem, «1.15
par bushel; fortyfold, 11.58; elob,
$1.61; rad Ru—ian, *1.4*.
MiUfaad—Spot p rie « : Bran, «86.50
par ton; aborto, «50.50; roUod bartoy.
Bay — Producare* prie—; Timothy,
Baste— Oregon, $19©20 por ton; val-
toy, 1158*16; nlfaifa, $14016; valtoy
grato bay, «11.60014.
Buttar — Cuba*, extra*, 87c par
pound; pria— Arata, 87e; Arato, S6c;
dalry, 80c. JobMng p r ie - : Printa,
extra*, 89c; cartona, le extra;
butterfat. No. 1, 48c; No. S, 41c,
Egga — Oregon ranch, currant re-
ceipts. Sic per dosso; candted. 83
fó32e; —torta, 54«. ;
Pouitry— H e -, h—vy, 18©80c per
pound; H ght l*«20c; springa, 17M
19e; turkeya, Uva, 20®81c; draaaad.
86©28c; dock« 20®22c; gessa. I l
The Italian arm ; engineers are constantly constructing inter—ting little
barracks such as this one, perched on the crags of the mountains, where most
V aal-Faney, 14*«16c p - pound.
of th* fighting between the Italians and the Austrian* has taken place.
Pock—Fa—y, 1601*1« V " P««*-
Vagetabl— Artlchoksa, $1.0001.*0 Algernon Sartoria, grandson of Gen.
per d o -n ; tornato#«. 86.00O7.50 p«r
erato; cabbege, $6 per hundrad;
aggplant, **« P « P « ^ ! l?ttaoV
it Lsvallebone. H* Is a son of NeIHe
08.60 per box; cucumber*, $1.500 Grant Sartoris and is forty-two yeat*
old. In the Spanish-American war
Sartoris —w active service In the
Philippin— and rose from lieutenant
to captain. In 1808 be was appointed
-hlefly through the good offices of
Theodore Roosevelt, secretary to the
Unerlcan legation In Guatemala. This
Mist he relinquished after a year’s
ce. He married, to 1904.
Jermaine Cedis Noufllard of Paris.
FRENCH 6ENERAL AT ITAUAN FRONT
Had ■—n Hard—sd.
Oouvemeur Morris, the New York
Itterateur, - I d at a luncheon In
“A m erican society la the moat ex-
•lualve to the world. Uaeleaa, quite
tuples*, for a litterateur to try to force
lls way into i t
“I know a litterateur who, on the
rtrength of a best seller, managed to
jet him—If Invited to a dinner at Mrs.
“ ‘Well, did Mra. Van Aatercords
■ordlallty stagger yonr I asked him
h* next day.
__ , ,
"•Oh, no, not at all, h# answered.
General Gouraud af th* French atoll
1 Too ***1 before 1 took up writing I
fre u t The king to pointing M t a
worked la an Icemaking plant’ ’’
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