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THE SUNDAY OREGOXIAN, TORTLAND, JUNE 3, 1017.
GRADUATES OF DEPARTMENT OF DENTISTRY, NORTH PACIFIC COLLEGE, WHO
RECEIVED THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF DENTAL MEDICINE. MAY 23
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The total enrollment of students at North Pacific College for the year just closed was 482. More than thirty American states were represented, most of the Canadian provinces and several foreign countries.
1. Noel Prentice Akers
t. Leroy Albright
S. Rowland Locke Atcheeon
4. Lyle Arthur Baldwin
(. Allen Turner Bates
. Nona Paul Bennet
7. Gordon Alden Billings
I. William Fred Bowman
8. Howard Gunder Bradbury
10. Hugrh McCredie Breckon
11. Roy Earl Brlggs
11. Philo Glenn Brown
13. Vivian Z. Brown 25.
14. Rurlc Lester BurdlC, Jr. 28.
15. Frank Goodhue Burrell 27.
16. Harold Goldwln Carson 28.
17. Charles Joshua Coultas 29.
18. William Michael Dale 30.
19. Louis Allen Dlllard 31.
20. Melvin Orion Egbert 32.
21. Elwood Byron Faxon 33.
22. William Ay-lmer Ferg-U 34.
23. Clinton Thomas Fleetwood it.
24. Joslah David Labau Fletcher 86.
George Golden Forbes 87.
George E. Gaynor 88.
Howard Ira Gilbert 89.
Robert Reeves Glen 40.
Edward Wayne Gourley 41.
Philip Joseph Graef 42.
Arthur William Hager 43.
Arthur Wllmer Hahn 44.
Robert Edwards Hampton 45.
Frank Sylvester Heer 46.
John Gilbert Hobson 47.
Henry Leonard Holter 48.
Walter Ralph Hooper 49.
Aubrey Humphries 60.
George Hiram Johnson 61.
Tolva Solomon Johnson 68.
William Harold Keller 63.
Koudo Mori Katsu 64.
Joseph Albert Kurlander 66.
Albert Ernest Lawrence 66.
Arthur Benjamin Lelnlnger 67.
Cecil Franklin Llndley 6 8.
Ronald Archibald McAlister 69.
Robert Clarence McCarter 60.
Samuel Beckwlth McCllntook
Roy Manvllle Mellor
Leslie Vinton Merrill. Ph. O.
Solomon Miller, Ph. G.. LL.B.
Henry Wellington Mlnton
Harold Farrar Mitchell
Frank Clifford Morse
John L. Mulder
Lester Lewis Murphy
Marguerite Mary Murphy
1. Olaf Thomas Olsen
62. Robert Ervln Ostermann
63. Russell R. Owens
64. Janfred Par pals,
(6. Arnold Pedersen
66. John Emery Pederson
67. Wlllard Arthur Peterson
8. Lawrence Flnley Pickens
9. Edward Howard Prehn
70. Frank Vernon Prime
71. Lonnle Ephralm Roberg
78. Lawrence Adolph Rosenthal
73. Alfred Schllt
74. Joseph Theodore Shlmck -
75. Chr. Slamberg
76. Reiba Lester Smith
77. Walter KIrby Sproule
78. William Limy Btansbury
79. William Ronald Stokes
SO. Merlin Rex Stolts
81. Wallace Sundborg
82. Michael Conrad Suit
83. William Sylvester Thompson
-84. Harry Wlnfleld Titus
85. James Wendt Wabraushek
86. Donald Arnelll Walker
87. Frank Harold Weeks
88. Francis Scnter Weir
89. Errol William Willett
S0. Oscar Fred Willing
91. Lawrence Hlchard Wllnon
92. Albert DeForest WooUmansea
93. Guy A. Woods, A. U.
WALTER TOOZE NAILS LIES
ABOUT GOOD ROADS BONDS
Secretary of Marion County Good Roads Committee Urges Those Who,
Want Better Highways to Work Hard.
BY WALTER L. TOOZE,
Secretary Marlon County Good Roads
THE voter who desires good roads
must get busy and keep buvy. Op
ponents of the measure are now
nd have been for weeks past engaged
In the task of distorting the facts and
reading most diligently, and often
effectually, the poison of suspicion
relative to the $6,000,000 bond measure.
Oregon wisely mails to each and every
voter of the state a printed pamphlet
containing a copy of every law pro
posed, with arguments for and against
each measure submitted.
Have you carefully read and studied
House Bill No. 650, providing under
certain carefully considered conditions,
the issuance tf 36,000.000 in bonds for
the Improvement of Oregon highways?
Have you examined the map of these
proposed highways in this voters'
Does this map and the law convey the
impression to your mind that some
vaeue personality Is- trying to "put
something over" on the voters?
If this is your opinion, read it again
and again and study it and the laws
passed preceding the passage of House
Bill No. 660. , v .
Restrictions Are Noted.
L refer first to House Bill No. 21.
which specifies clearly the duties otthe
Highway Commissioners, their term of
office and gives In full the Shackelford
act passed during the last session of
the Sixty-fourth Congress, which pro
vides Oregon with 81,180,310.65 for post
roads in the state during the next five
years and the additional sum of 3638,
970, for roads and trails within or part
ly within the National forests of Ore
gon; with the proviso that the Federal
Government's contribution shall rep
resent 60 per cent of the estimated cost
of such highways and that contracts
for such Improvements shall have Fed
eral sanction and- approval.
House Bill No. 21 Session Laws of
1917, in Section No. 12 also places the
state road tax at 4-mill. House Bill
No. 509 provides for the licensing of
autos, trucks, motorcycles, motor bicy
cles, and all other vehicles propelled
by gasoline or electrical contrivance.
Now remefhber, voters, that House
Bill Nos. 21 and 509 are now accepted
laws of Oregon. Citizens must pay the
licenses and the tax, roads good or
Good Roads Needed Now.
Why then, you ask, do we bond our
selves for $6,004,000? The answer is
simple indeed. We need good roads
The moneys are provided fcr, but not
at once available. Are we mortgaging
the future? No. We are providing for
our present pressing needs good roads
and an organized, not a promiscuous
good roads programme. During the
past 20 years we have frittered away
more than a score of millions, groping
In the dark in our vain attempt to con
struct permanent roads. Now we de
mand an Intelligent and .concise pro
pramme and it is before the voters for
endorsement. The libelers of this pro
posed law continually harp on that old,
old song of the siren, "the paving
trusts are behind this law; ahere la a
graft in it for some one somewhere."
Let me ask the voter two questions.
Important Section Cited. '
First. In what state and when has
one dollar ever been paid as royalty
to any construction company on any
state material for state highways?
Second. When has the Federal Gov
ernment ever contributed one dollar
for such royalties?
Now, as to House Bill No. 550. This
measure is of infinite importance to
every citizen. It provides as follows, on
pace 27, Section 13 of Voters Pamphlet:
"Section 13. The State Highway
Commission is hereby authorized and
empowered to enter into contracts for
the purpose o constructing the roads
provided in this act; provided, however,
that all contracts shall be let accord
ing to law and in open and public ses
sion of said commission; provided fur
ther, that In the opinion of a ma
jority of the members of said commis
sion, the lowest bid for the construction
of any of the roads or parts of roads
herein authorized to be constructed,
shall be excessive, then and in that
event, said commission shall have the
right and It is hereby empowered and
authorized to reject all bids and to
construct under its own direction and
supervision, all of such roads or any
part thereof, and to this end and to
accomplish this purpose said commis
sion is hereby authorized and empow
ered to purchase or lease all necessary
machinery, equipment, tools and appli
ances and to employ all necessary help
and labor and to do all things necessary
and convenient to carry out the pro
visions of this act."
Oh, now, you see that now we need
pay no graft, no royalty 'to any con
struction company. The Highway Com
mission has full and well-defined pow
ers to install a plant and do the work
untrammeled, unfettered by any paving
We have entrusted the $18,000,000 In
rural credit funds to the wise judgment
and honesty of our State Board of Con
trol, the Governor, Secretary of State
and State Treasurer. The Legislature
acted wisely in doing so and the Gov
ernor of Oregon acted with equal wis
dom in appointment of Simon Benson,
K. J. Adams and W. L. Thompson to
handle the highway fu- ds of this state.
In their hands, every dollar will be
conserved for the people's benefit and
under their guidance and control Ore
gon will commence genulno good roads
construction. Vote "Yes" No. 814 on
June 4, 1917. To do so does not add to
you? taxes or expenses one copper
MAYOR WINS AT ABERDEEN
Council l-'orvwtl to Accept Execu
tive's Jfolice Chief.
ABERDEEN", Wash.. June 2. (Spe
cial.) Mayor Sargent appears to have
won a victbry over the Council in the
matter of forcing that boo'y toaccept
his man. George Dean, as Chief of Po
lice, despite the tact that the Council
refused, by a vote of 7 to 5, to lndorsa
The Mayor followed this refusal by
discharging Chief Schmidt and namini? '
Dean as acting chief. The law re-'
quires that he make a new appointment
within 10 lays after Dean was refused."
but Mayor Sargent declined to take that't"
step, thus giving he Council a chance
to name a man over his head.
The Council has declined to take that
action, and so Dean remains as acting
Chief of Police with the Council willing
to approve his salary.
.. Aberdeen lias 53 Graduates.
ABERDEEN, Wash., June 2. (Spe
cial.) Commencement week for tha .
class of 6? graduates, who are to re
ceive diplomas Thursday evening, opens
tomorrow with the annual baccalau
reate sermon. On Wednesday evening"
class night will be held, this to be fol
lowed by the annual junior reception.
The graduation exercises will be held
on Thursday evening, with Judgo
Charles E. Claypool as the principal
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