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TTT13 MOT? XING tmiSGONTATT, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1914. "
TEACHERS MAY BE
SHORT IN OREGON
Superintendent Churchill Ad-
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vocaies ranna worK
in High Schools.
UTILITY COURSES FAVORED
CONFESSED SLAYER OF FARMER NEAR RIDGE FIELD.
Greater Extension of Industrial Ed
ucational System Demanded as
Preparation for Those Who
Iieave School Early."
EUGENE. Or., Dec 21. (Special.)
Oregon will face a serious shortage of
teachers in 1915 unless high schools of
the state .respond to an appeal for the
Installation of teachers training
courses, according to J. A. Churchill,
State School Superintendent, speaking
before the Oregon State Teachers As
sociation here today, at which about
700 educators were assembled.
"Oregon needs 1000 teachers annual
ly, and the State Normal School does
not furnish more than one-tenth of
this number," he said, "and this Is in
face of the fact that after September
1, 1915. no one, not even a high school
graduate, can be granted a certificate
who has not had an elementary teach
ers" training course.
"While the course In the nign scnooi
cannot give the training that a stand
ard normal school gives, it can par
tially prepare teachers for their work,
and it can give the training course re
quired by the new law. Incidentally,
It will assist In raising the standards
of the rural schools."
A still greater extension of the In
dustrial educational syEtem in the
schools of the state was demanded by
speakers today at the opening of the
fourteenth annual session of the Ore
gon State Teachers' Association Ex
tend the teaching of book-keeping,
shorthand and handicraft work below
the high school into the grades; pre
pare those students who do not even
go Into the high school to be indus
trially fitted whenever they drop out,
were the themes.
"Commercial education has been re
served for those in the secondary
schools," said S. F. Ball, principal of
the Franklin High School. Portland;
"but as 70 per cent of the children
entering school do not finish the grades
and most of these enter business or
Industrial pursuits, it is evident that
a knowledge of commercial subjects
would be useful to a majority of them.
It is said that 90 per cent of men fail
in business. Commercial education
would reduce the number of failures.
"Many business failures are due
largely to poor bookkeeping. The trial
balance, the monthly statement and the
annual inventory are as necessary as
the highest degree of shrewdness and
Industrial education as a whole Is
the most vital, most far-reaching edu
cational problem of today, according to
"cinni. i r C"v i : . i M
jr laitn ii, ciicpiimu, a-asisiam processor
of industrfal education at the Oregon
Agricultural College. It is a preventive
of social evils, he said.
"Its aim is to so equip every young
person that when he leaves the school
eystem he shall be able to take hold
of life's work at some definite point
worth while, presenting him with the
possibility of being a useful, self-supporting
citizen," he continued.
The typewriter as a substitute for
the child's spelling-book is an exam
ple of natural methods of English
teaching used in Oregon, declared 3.
F. Carleton. Assistant State Superin
tendent of Schc Is.
Exercise Is Recommended.
An appalling death rate and great
number of nervous breakdowns exists
among the teachers of this country, ac
cording to C. E. Hugh, head of the de
partment of education. Ue said that
the profession of teaching under mod
ern conditions, with the multiplied
cumber of subjects, the intensification
of the systems and the greater require
ments of the teachers, demanded a
greater amount of nervous energy than
any other profession.
His appeal to the teacher assembled
was that Oiey break the monotony and
the routine of the teaching profession;
that they take sufficient exercise to
counteract the intense concentration of
facing 30 or 40 pupils for six hours, and
in general tak care of themselves
with a view to preventing the present
terrific number tf cases of broken
M. S. Plttman, of the Monmouth Nor
mal School, made an. appeal for more
efficient training of teachers for the in
termediate grades, where the life of the
pupils is in a formative stage.
TEACHERS' tlXlOX APPROVED
Kew State Organization Proposed at
EUGENE, Or.. Dec. 21. (Special.)
Steps to form what will correspond to
a . teacher s union, or a centralized
organization of Oregon educators, were
taken today with the appointment of a
committee or id to effect within a year
the reorganization or the Oregon Statu
Teachers' Association. Patterned some
what after the California - organiza
tion. Its purpose will be to form a body
large enougn and sufficiently lnflu
ential to direct and initiate educational
legislation in tne state.
The organization, although growing
out or tne Oregon state Teachers As
Eociation, will represent virtually the
first body of its kind in the state, it
will be formed, according to the plan
outlined tentatively ay ti. D. Sheldon
head of the department of education at
the University of Oregon, In two units
an eastern and western division, with
a. central board controling the two. Al
though Internally the organization will
be democratic, through the equal repre
sentation of all parts of the state, the
two units will form a highly central
The following nominations for offi
cers to be elected Wednesday were
made today: H. H. Herdman, Portland,
president; B. F. Carleton, Salem, first
vice-president; George Briscoe, Ash
land, second vice-president; W. M.
Smith, of Eugene, secretary; W. H.
Dempster, of Eugene; C. W. Boetticher,
Albany, and O. M. Elliott. Salem, mem
bers of executive committee.
ORPHANS TO SEE SANTA
thildren at St. Acnes - Baby Home
Not Forgotten at Christmas.
OREGON CITIf, Or.. Dec 21. (Spe
cial.) Santa Claus will not slight the
children in St. Agnes Baby Home at
The sisters of the institution are
assisting Santa In preparing for the
entertainment Wednesday. A Christ
mas tree will be covered with presents
for the children Christmas morning.
The programme Wednesday is open to
Seventy-two children of all denomi
nations and ages are housed in the
home. Many of the tots are orphans.
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HO LET-UP ON COLD
YET IS PREDICTED
Weather Bureau Can Find No
Promise of Warm Wind or
Rain for Some Time.
MERCURY REGISTERS 21.5
Clear Days Forecast Ice Floats in
River and Men Work at Bull
J In n Intake to Protect Pipes.
Steamers Tie Up for Awhile.
No matter how much money
you're going to spend for
some should go for
music to make your
We will send to your home
any one of the many
Christmas Outfits for a first
small payment. Balance to
be paid after the holidays.
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AUDIT IS ASSAILED
Columbia County Officials
Deny Expert's Charge.
FIGURES ARE EXPLAINED
Teasnrer Declares All Banks Save
Kept Law, That Only One Magis
trate Failed to Report and Wis
dom Prompted Bond-Bid Act.
experts had reported a shortage of ap
proximately J250 in Sheriff Quine's of
fice. "Tne very fact that County Judge
Rice and the County Commissioners
have refused to .pay the claim present-
ed by the experts for accounting the
books of the county is sufficient' to
show that their report is not considered
seriously here," said the Sheriff. "Fur
thermore, the experts spent less than
a day In checking the records of my of
fice. When I asked to be shown the
several alleged items comprising my
shortage they were unable to. 'deliver
the goods.' Their report, which is
semi-definite, merely said there was
an apparent shortage of S250 in my of
fice. I will gladly make good the
shortage in the event any errors exist."
LIFE TERM WELCOMED
LTJDKE'S MlRDEKEa AT FIRST
EXPECTED DEATH PENALTY.
ST. HELENS, Or., Dec. 21. (Special.)
That the charge alleging negligence
of county officials, as made in the State
Accountant's report, is not well founded
as concerns Columbia County, is de
clared by county officials here.
Columbia County Is alleged to be in
volved in charges that surety bonds
by county depositors were not renewed
for 1914; that the Scappoose State
Bank failed to credit the county with
110,000 deposit; that Justices of the
Peace failed to file monthly reports, and
that the bid on highway bonds was not
awarded to the highest bidder.
The accountant s report is said by I
Mr. Hatton to be based solely on the
failure of the Clatskanie Bank to file
a receipt for its 1914 renewal receipt,
as it had made renewal and possessed
surety In excess of deposits.
The credit with the Scappoose bank
instead of being $10,000. says the
County Treasurer, refers only to in
terest of $141 due by the bank on a
deposit of about $6000, which the bank
had held back- pending an investigation
of rights in the case. "
The highway bond bid was awarded
to the Portland Trust and Savings Bank,
although the bid of Sidney. Spitzer &
Co., of Toledo, was higher. The bids
were opened April 1. and the figures
show that Sidney, Spitzer & Co. offered
a premium of $6156, with several con
ditions. Had the bid been awarded to
them, says the County Treasurer, other
good bids would have been lost if the
Toledo company had changed its mind.
The court, therefore, accepted the bid
of the next highest bidder, the Port
land Trust & Savings Company, at a
premium of $5555, or $601 lower than
the bid of Sidney, Spitzer &. Co.
-Only one' Justice of the Peace failed
to file his report.
Complaint Is made by officials that
the cost of county experting is higher
this year than before. Columbia County
paid more than $800, or double the cost
Columbia officials declare that every
Irregularity in the Columbia County
books had been reported to the audi
tors before they began their work.N
BAKER SHORTAGE IS DENIED
County Treasurer Says Expert Mis
understood Bookkeeping System.
BAKER, Or.. Dec. 21. (Special.)
County Treasurer Palmer today de
clared that Insurance Commissioner
Ferguson's report that his books
showed a shortage of more than $1200
was" not warranted by the facts and
was not based on an inspection made
by C Lockwood. the accountant sent
here by the State Insurance Commis
sioner. The Treasurer declared that Mr.
Lockwood had been in his office only
15 minutes and thai the only checking
done by him was to chek a receipt
book up to September 26. 1914, and to
take a record of the cash receipts for
January. 1914. This record, he said,
showed a difference from the County
Clerk's record, but only because the
County Clerk keeps an entirely differ
ent system of books, which, he said,
Mr. Lockwood did not understand. The
difference in the cash balances, he
said, was accounted for t y moneys and
warrants in transit between the offices
and outstanding at the time tha bal
ances were made in the respective of
fices. The incompetency, he declared.
was on the part of the examiner.
County Judge Carter said the insur
ance department was biased from the
outset because the County Court had
told Mr. Lockwood that they resented
the audit and would not allow the
state's bill for It.
PROBE CALLED " OH ETiT ABLE
Sheriff Quine, of Douglas, Attacks
Report of $2 50 Shortage.
ROSEBTJRG, Or.j-Dec. 21. (Special.)
That the "expert accountants sent
here by Insurance Commissioner FergU'
son to check over the books of the sev
eral county offices were Incompetent
and unreliable was declared today by
Sheriff Quine, of Douglas County. The
Gall, Confessed Assassin In Vancouver
Jail, Sleeps Soundly, Eati Well.
Slayer at Victim's Funeral.
VANCOUVER. WASH Dec 21. (Spe
cial.) Edward Gall, 33 years old, who
killed Otto Ludke near Ridgefield No
vember 20. thought before his confes
sion to Sheriff- Cresap, Detective Archie
Leonard and L. M. Burnett. County
Attorney, that he would be hanged or
electrocuted for the crime. When in
formed that he would be sent to the
penitentiary for life he drew a sigh
or relief. tiall is being held In the
County Jail pending arraignment and
it is probable that he will not be tried.
as he has confessed full details of
The prisoner sleeps soundly and the
Sheriff reports that he eats heartily.
At bunne s luneral uall was one of the
chief mourners ancj was conspicuous
FORTUNE LEFT CATHOLICS
Portland Homes Share in $20,000
Willed by Marshfield Man.
MARSHFIELD, Or., Dec. 21. (Spe
cial.) By the will of John Golden, who
died recently in Marshfield. Portland
and nearby Catholic Institutions are
Dequeathed between $20,000 and $25,000.
Mother Agnes, of the St. Agnes Baby
Home, of Portland, is made executrix
After $150 is expended for masses
for Mr. Golden's soul and a like amount
for a monument, the residue is to go
to the Baby Home, to the Girls' Or
phan Asylum at Oswego, to the. Boys'
Catholic Orphanage at Beaverton, to
tne Mount St. Joseph Home for the
Aged In Portland, and to the Mary
ome ror xoung Girls at Portland.
Mrs. Margaret Kennedy, of Bandon,
a sister of Mr. Golden. Is provided for
at $20 a month, in the event she is ever
COMMERCIAL BOARD NAMED
W. M. Hamilton Is Chairman of
Salem Club Governors.
SALEM, Or.. Dec. 21. (Special W,
M. Hamilton, manager for the Port
land Railway, Light & Power Company
in tnis city, today was elected chair
man of the board of governors of the
commercial Club. The board is com
posed of William Walton, Curtis Cross,
Theodore Roth, David Eyre and R. C.
It was decided to urge the Oregon
delegation in Congress to make an ef
fort to have Oregon stone used in the
construction of federal buildings in
The Dalles and Medford. The board
also decided to have signs placed along
the route of the Southern Pacific Rail
way, calling attention of visitors to
the Panama-Pacific Exposition to the
advantages or Salem , and Marion
184 Wed in Jackson in 1914.
ASHLAND. Or.. Dec 21. (Snei-lal v
Jackson County reports 184 marriages
up. to ueceraoer i, tor the year 1914.
During the same period 34 divorces
were granted, although about a dozen
other such cases are now pending be
fore the courts. Six of the divorce:
were granted to Ashland couples. June
remains tne banner period for matlngs,
29 weaaings out oi tne 184 Having oc
curred during that month.
Astoria Movie Show Incorporates.
ASTORIA, Or., Dec. 21. (Special.)
Articles of incorporation- for the Crys
tal Theater Company were filed here
today by J. M. Anderson, Henry New
man and A. W. Aorblad. The capital
stock is $6000. The object of the cor
poration is to operate a moving-picture
Portland people may as well prepare
to shiver a little longer, for the cold
spell is expected to continue and to
day will see little change from yes
terday, according to the best guess of
the Weather Bureau last night
Yesterday was the coldest Winter
day in two years the mercury standing
at 21.5 at 8 o'clock yesterday morning,
the lowest point it has reached since
January 8, 1912, when 20 was regis
tered. It rose slowly yesterday, being
29 at noon and it attained 33 by 5
o'clock last night; this was the highest
point of the day.
Pressure continues high and tem
peratures low. The barometer was un.
changed late yesterday, standing at
30.53. To the weather-wise, this means
fair weather, undisturbed by rain or
snow flurries, and as the wind still
sticks in the east and north. Acting
Forecaster Theodore F.' Drake can 'see
no great cause for hope that the next
24 hours will bring more moderate
Chance forAaln Small.
The thermometer may show slight
changes here, he says, but he is
dubious about any considerable im
provement, and least of all does he see
any chance for the coming of what
every Oregonlan is longing for, a brisk.
blood-warming wind from the south,
bringing with it the rain common to
this season, and banishing the frost
kins from the land.
The whole Columbia Basin is the
victim of continued high pressure. At
Spokane the thermometer was 22 and
at Walla Walla 18. At The Dalles and
along the Upper Columbia, it was
It was warmer yesterday in the
Rogue River Valley, throughout most
of California, . Arizona, most of Mon
tana, Wyoming, South Dakota, Ne
braska and in far-away and frigid
Alberta, Canada. This improvement is
likely to affect this part of the country
one of these days, but the weather man
says not yet.
Ice Runs In Willamette.
Ice floating in the Willamette, a
rare sight, attracted much attention
yesterday. In the open river there
was running ice; although in sloughs
and protected places a film covered the
water. The slack-water channel be
tween Ross and Hardtack Islands was
covered completely, although it was not
thick enough for skating.
-Columbia River steamers generally
tied up yesterday because of the ice
in that stream. Ocean-going craft have
not been disturbed by Ice conditions
as -yet and are not likely to be, say
Ice in Bull Run River at the head-
works, where Portland's water supply
is diverted from that stream, annoyed
officials of the Water Department to
some extent yesterday. Employes
were kept busy clearing the Ice away
from the intake so that the two big
pipes that bring in the city's water
will not become choked.
River Drops Foot in 24 Honrs.
The Willamette River has dropped
more than one foot In the past 24 hours
on account of the freezing of smaller
streams. There is still a shortage of
5.39 inches of rain for the season.
deficiency that presumably will be
made up later In the Winter.
The Columbia River gorge is ice
bound, low temperatures of the past
week in that district having frozen the
streams, and the waterfalls are, many
of them, solid pillars of ice on the face
of the cliffs. The falling spray has
been caught by the frost at Multnomah
Falls, making a wonderful and beautl
The absence of storms during the
present period of temperatures that
are considered low in this favored
region accounts for the fact that there
has been no damage reported as the
result of the unusually cold weather.
Many are enjoying the bracing weather
to the utmost, finding plenty of skating
on lakes near the city.
SOLID RIVER THOUGHT LIKELY
Temperature Reaches Five Above
and Boats Seek Cove.
THE DALLES, Or., Dec 21. (Spe
cial.) The cold weather of the past
ten days has covered the Columbia
River with ice here, and if the low
temperatures continue the Ice will soon
be strong enough to permit persons
nere to walk to Grand Dalles, on the
Washington side. A like condition has
not prevailed for Several years.
Navigation has been suspended, and
the wharfboats of the steamer lines
have been moved to a cove two miles
down the river for the Winter.
The Pacific Power & Light Company
is having trouble at its power plant at
White River, the stream there being
Jammed full of great cakes of ice. A
force of 24 men is working day and
night to keep the ice away from the
screens to the penstock. One man
slipped into the river yesterday, anu
by the time be had been rescued he
was a human icicle. He was not In
jured. The minimum temperature this
morning was 5 above.
ETJGEXE COLDEST IN 10 TEARS
Mercury Drops to Seven Degrees
Working Hardship on Sawmills.
EUGENE. Or., Dec. 21. (Special.)
A low temperature record for more
than ten years, according to unofficial
statements, was set last night when
the Government thermometer in Eugene
recorded a minimum of seven degrees
above zero. The Booth-Kelly Lumber
Company today was obliged to cut its
logs out of three and four Inches of
Ice. both at Wendllng and Springfield,
according to A. C. Dixon, manager.
Factories have been obliged to main
tain additional forces to protect ex
posed pipes. The temperature went
above freezing point today, and the
snow partially melted, but it turned to
ice again tonight.
ICE STOPS LA GRANDE WATER
Streams Choked and Pumps Draw
From Grand Rondc.
LA GRANDE. Or., Dec. 21. (Special.)
La Grande today Is face to face with
a water famine as a result of the con
tinued cold weather and the lack of
snow in the hills at the source of the
city's water supply.
Never before in memory has there
been such a light fall of snow at this
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RAY LAWRENCE, Artistic Delineator of Feminine Types
BRAVO, the Popular Tenor
"Maury," the Parisian Dancer, assisted by
Miss Bob Randall
Miss Foster, Lyric Soprano
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NEW YEAR'S EVE TABLE RESERVATIONS
SHOULD BE MADE AT ONCE
Roy O. Yales, Pres.
H. C. Bowers, Mgr.
L. P. Reynolds, Asst. Mgr.
season of the year, and small streams
In the hills are running low. Added
to this, the cold weather has frozen
up all of the small streams flowing
Into Beaver Creek, the main source of
the city's supply. Today a four-inch
stream is available from that source,
entirely inadequate to meet the de
mand. It is believed that a fall of
snow within the next few days would
thaw out and fill the small mountain
Btreams and that the situation here
would be relieved.
In the meantime the city is pumping
water from the Grand Ronde River.
The water in the river is also low and
it nas oeen necessary to construct a
temporary dam. At Wallowa and other
towns dependent upon water-power for
their lighting plants, considerable dif
ficulty is being experienced. The
thermometer here registered six above
zero this morning.
WALLA WALLA DAY IS COLDEST
Temperature Falls to 8 Degrees
Above and Pipes Burst.
WALLA WALLA, Wash., Dec. 21.
(Special.) The mercury slid down this
morning to eight- above zero, the cold
est of the Winter by five degrees.
Clear skies tonight give promise of
even lower temperature.
The cold weather brought the first
broken pipes of the season and all the
plumbers were busy repairing the dam
age. Many residences were flooded
partially. As yet no damage has been
reported to the wheat, snow protect
ICE, PACK FILLS CALAPOOIA
Albany Thermometer Registers 1 3
Degrees Above Zero.
ALBANY, Or., Dec. 21. (Special.)
For the first time In 20 years the Cal
apooia River Is covered by an ice pack,
formed partially of broken chunks
from higher ujrrthe stream.
The Eighth-street branch- of the
Lebanon-Albany canal is also almost
covered. The channel is only two feet
wide In some places. With the Gov
ernment thermometer at 13 degrees
above-zero, Albany last night experl
enced the coldest weather In nearly
Cold Endangers Winter Wheat.
PASCO. Wash., Dec 21. (Special.)
The Columbia River' Valley Is ex
periencing the cold weather of the sea
son. The thermometer dropped to 1
degrees above zero last night, which
ON" THE FIRING LINE.
Is the coldest recorded here for three
years. There Is little snow on the
ground and the air Is perfectly clear
and quiet. Farmers are afraid that the
continued cold will destroy tne winter
wheat. Warmer weather or heavy snow
at this time would mean much to the
wheat farmers. s
Astoria Colder at C7 Above.
ASTORIA. Or.. Dec. 21. (Special.)
Twenty-seven degrees above zero was
the Doint touched by the mercury in
this city last night, the coldest of the the river
Winter by two degrees. Fortunately
the east wind had moderated, and the
weather, while ecld. was not as dis
agreeable as on the three previous
Vancouver Ferry Still Tied Up.
- VANCOUVER. Wash.. Dec. 21. (Spe
cial.) Because of ice In the Columbia.
the ferry remains tied up and the
river steamer Jessie Harkins dodges
the Ice floes to carry passengers across
Give Living Presents This Year
THEY "WILL BE APPRECIATED LONG AFTER MOST THINGS
ARE LAID AWAY AND FORGOTTEN
GOLD FISH We have
.lust received 2000
healthy, active little
fellows. They will in
terest and delight the
children. Prices 15?
to 75J and up.
What it means to most men.
There are many true heroes that
have perished in the European war
who "never smelled powder, but who
Buccumbed to sickness after hard
campaigning coupled with bad water
and lack of food. The sick and de
bilitated man is as much out of place
In his struggle for life and existence
as he would be on the firing line. On
the other hand the strong, vigorous
man. his veins filled with rich, red
blood, has an enormous advantage In
whatever position he may be fated to
occupy, In war or business.
The prompt and certain action of
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov
ery in driving all harmful germs and
impurities from the blood, sets in mo
tion the repair process which works
actively on the diseased membrane
where Catarrh flourishes unchecked or
where the skin gives warning of the
bad blood beneath by showing pim
ples and bolls, also the skin clears up
and becomes wholesome and ruddy.
Thus by building up a new and per
fect covering and carrying out of the
system the Catarrh infested matter by
way of the blood, liver and kidneys.
Catarrh is overcome and permanently
There is not a drop of alcohol or
any narcotic In Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery, but in this safe
vegetable remedy there is a mighty
alterative power which by replacing
the blood impurities with pure, rich
blood, not only ends Catarrhal condi
tions wherever located, but vitalizes
the kidneys, stomach, liver, bowels and
every organ of the body. People who
suffer humiliation and mental misery
because of Pimples, Skin rash. Blotch
es, Eruptions. Boils, Carbuncles, are
especially benefited. It is not a secret
remedy for Its Ingredients are printed
Send tor free book on the blood to Dr.
Fierce, In vail da' Hotel, Buffalo, N. 7.
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