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HILLSBORO, OREGON, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 1, 1928.
New Building for
City Ticket Headed by Phelps
Merits the Support of Voters Ireland & Co. to
Be Built at Once
The reliability, ability and integrity of Orange Phelps,
Mohr brothers have been award
Noted by Many
Gaseo Window Winner
Chamber, Fair Bonrd and
the County Agent
Exhibits nt the annual Washing-
ton County Corn nnd Potato show
in th« Long building her« Friday
• nd Saturday exceeded exhibits of
former yeai in quality. This was
particularly noticeable in the Netted
Gem potato classes, nnd there wa-
improvement in the Improved Bur
bank potato «lasses over the high
quality displayed nt former shows.
Display Nasi Week
To Mac Eleven
Who’s Who in Politics
Will Be Decided by the
Voters at Polls Tuesday
Thomas Connell, Harty C. Hill, John L. Anderson and M. H. ed the contract to construct a 50 by
Stevenson entitles them to the vole of the citizens of Hills 100 concrete building on the prop Desperate Passing Attack Is
boro as the leaders of an eco erty recently purcha-<-d by Dr. J. P.
to the east of the gray
Fatal to Local Boy»
nomical and business adminis 'Jamie.-ie
tone building occupied t.y Lester
tration of city affairs.
Ireland & Company at Third and
Main streets. Dr. Tamiesie is put Injuries Are Handicap Close Race Between Smith and Hoover Is Expected in Wash
During the eight years that ting
the building for the hard
ington County; Silent Vote Factor; Municipal Election
.Mr. Phelps has served the city ware, up furniture
and implement ttore
as a councilman not one single which will have a floor space of
Provides Flenty of Interest in Hillsboro; Brown and Hiatt
action of his can be question more than 25,000 square feet with Jack Rushlow Outstanding in
Commissioner Only Contest fcr County Office.
ed. There has not been a
His Line Plunging; Bea
will be one story with a large bal
member of the government cony.
The building is to be ready
verton on Friday
that has raised his voice to as by February 1.
Next Tuesday is the day that registered voters throughout
A new stucco front will lie put on
sure the taxpayers a dollar in
United States have been looking forward to with much
desperate passing attack in the
value for every dollar spent as the old corner building as well as j last A quarter
of the Hillsboro union interest. The results of that day are not only of interest in
th« new addition.
much as has Mr. I’helps. His
Work of tearing down the old ‘ h'gh school and Mac high football Washington county because a president of the United States
knowledge of city affairs and buildings started Friday. Mrs. Clara cla- =ic at McMinnville Friday scored is to be selected, but because there are a number of local
hi.« fearless attitude make him Garrett’s Princess li-auty Shop and two touchdowns for the Yamhill contests.
thoroughly qualified for the the Abendroth Jewelry store will county boys to win the game, 20
move 1 to other locations on Main to 14.
office of mayor,
street. Construction is to »tart at
made by local republican leaders
Every man on thi« ticket once.
Coach Byron M. Goodman’s boys that Herbert Hoover will carry this county by several thou
were leading 14 to H until the last sand majority, but others contend that the result even in this
has been successful in his own
quarter when injuries to John Hare,
business affairs and the peo-
heavy republican county is going to
left end and a pewer on defense and
l be very close. Contentions have
pie of Hillsboro can be as-
offense, left the game with an in Get Sample Ballot
■ been hurled back and forth by the
sured that they will give the
Tuxt before this Hewt
At Argus Office
- rival forces to the point where in
Johnson at fullback was forced out
same careful attention to the
terest is at its highest. There are a
business of the city.
Sample ballots for the general ' lot of people that are not talking
' lieved Johnson, had to be taken out
election Tuesday may be secured about how they are going to vote in
The statement has been
on account of a knee injury.
these parts, and the belief is that
Mac started the scoring when at this office. This service is ex this large silent vote will go to Gov-
made that the city pays too
R« feree White penalized Hillsboro tended voters because of the con I ernor Al Smith.
much money to the city manager, and that money can be
Marley Copeland. 28, of McMinn for what he termed "interfering dition of the court yard, which
The contest for mayor of Hills-
ville, was instantly killed early Sun with a pass, receiver.” This penalty makes it difficult for voters to
The show was sponsored by the
Hdbboro chamber of commerce, the
county ’ fair board, and County
Agent • 1. T. McWhorter. Th« ex
hiliiU will in any cases be taken
to the Pacific Interrui-
tionul in t'ortland next week.
The award on Minnesota No. 13
corn, going to J. J. VanKleek, is
especially noteworthy due to the
quite prevalent opinion that local
grown seed corn runs out after a
Do you know that in the year» 1920-21-22, when very
few years. Mr. VanKleek has been
improving and selecting Minnesota little »trret improvement work wa» done and prior to the
No. 13 for a period of at least ten time when a manager wa» employed, the city paid for
(Co* tin tied <>n I*« m * Four)
engineer service» alone $9,026.27 or an average of $3,008 per
year? That during the year» 1923-24-25-26-27, a period of
five years while the manager has been with the city, that an
average of $2,485.26 has been paid per year for all engineer
ing service», including assistant» and the city manager’s
ary combined ?
Youth Dies as
Struck by Car
boro and for four councilmen is
put Mac in the shadows of the Hilhi visit the office of the county ' 1 causing
more interest here than the
goal posts, and a series of line clerk.
; rational event. The political wise
plunges brought them a touchdown,
here say that the personal popular-
but attempt to kick goal failed.
' ity, magnetism and ability of Orarge
Leonard Rea returned the kickoff
Phelps will carry him to victory
after the Mac touchdown 60 yards
i over his opponent, E. L. McCormick.
through a broken field, but the old
Others on the progressive and busi-
steam roller wasn't working and the
1 riess-like government ticket with Mr.
scoring threat was stopped.
1 Phelps are Thomas Connell, J. L.
Attemptio» to Pass
The first Hilhi touchdown came
Anderson, M. H. Stevenson and H.
State Traffic Officer Frank Me- on straight line bucks the length of
C. Hill, all successful business men.
Mahon said that Markham, going the field with Jack Rushlow. half
Aldermanic candidates on the ticket
In 1921 during one of the largest construction years the north, attempted to pass a car back, bearing the brunt of the sav
'with Mr. McCormick are C. C. Ban-
Ministers of four Hillsboro city has had, 22.5,000 square feet of concrete pavement WHS | driven by F. W. Gaines, 1424 Fen age attack. John Hare converted
wick street. Portland, coming di the extra point. The second Hills
churches put on the program at the
Oregon » great natural resource,
’ u h
probabl been one of
rectly into the path of the approach boro counter came on a series of
chamber of commerce Monday noon.
,he m0St biU«rl* f”U«ht municipal
Officer McMahon, plays that started deep in Hilhi ter »wsv°lni t'he^^te £
Rev. E. B. Lockhart of the Metho about I per cent of the cost of the completed job. Compar- ing motorcycle.
the history of the citY
di- t Episcopal church uefed as the ing this with the year 1922 when the preliminary engineer who with Sheriff J. E. Reeves and ritory when Charles Blazer inter one cent from the power companies
ing watt done for concrete construction and the contract
Monday morning, said the car was followed this with a 20-yard gain
The courage, bravery and pa-
triotism of Anu-rirans throughout up, no work being done, the city paid $810.10 or 5 per cent piled up 120 feet in the ditch from through right tackle. Rushlow kept Doors, who talked at a meeting Fri- candldates "> a11 wards-
Brown a Hustler
the history of the country were for engineering on a job which was never completed.
I where the body was found and that up the good work by skirting left day night at the chamber of com
eulogized by Rqv Hither J. F. Cos-
Finis L. Brown, native ________
.Many more facts could be stated, but we give these few Markham must have been driving at end for a 30-yard gain. Jack took merce. The meeting, attended by
tello of the Catholic church.
He to show that city affairs are conducted in a business manner a high rate of speed.
' it across for the score and Pasley people from Timber, Banks, Reed- life-long resident of Laurel, is mak-
characterised the luncheon
It was in the play near ville, Hillsboro and
neighboring ing inroads on J. M. Hiatt for coun-
as beinr r.-;>t. , •
, <,f (he true and at less expense than formerly.
on the motorcycle were dim, but the the goal that Hare was hurt,
communities. was called
by the ty commissioner.
Mr. Brown has
America, ready to mix with one an
Washington County Rod and Gun ' successfully managed three Wasb-
Under the city manager plan, the council formulates a the cycle were still going when he
Breaks Aid Mac
and is recog-
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The McMinnville boys came back
Rev. M. Putman of the Christian policy and the manager carries it out, or in other words the arrived half an hour later.
Kenzie, Deschutes, Rogue and Ump- , nized as a hustler throughout the
church took ns his subject, "The council tells the city manager what to do rather than the
qua rivers water and fish bills.
I county. This is the only county of-
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church, n fast growing organization manager telling the council what to do. Prior to the appoint crushed and parts of the skull were j
; fice that is being contested.
in American life." lie quoted figures ment of a city manager, the city liens, principal and interest, found 50 feet away.
Mrs. Anna L. Wells gained con-
A second traffic fatality occurred
to show that the church had a were in bad shape. A statement made by the auditor at the
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at the bottom of the Rex hill early
growth of 30 per cent within ten 1
Sunday afternoon when a car driven
years. Rev. Putmnn said the facts
taxes and then oppose the water and
by R. W. Powell. 311 North 31st I
contradict the plaint that the church
“As you are perhaps aware, a great amount of hard work street, Portland,
He said that the state
is dying out.
jumped a concrete
should exact rent for its water
" rhe model city," was the subject has been done in the last year in the manager*» and re railing and Powell was instantly
power just as the state of Maine
__ much killed. A woman passenger was un-
office in _________
discussed by Rev. J. H. Wood of corder
the Free Methodist church.
Mr. praise cannot be given those department» for their effort».” | injured.___________ _
An outstanding event in Odd Fel-
The question, according to the
Wood said he was sure that the
i low circles was the meeting of the magazine editor, is whether the peo
chamber of commerce was interest
Instead of just being a city engineer, the city manager
Three Link association held in the ple or the power companies are go
ed in the upbuilding of the city. He serves as engineer, street commissioner, city construction sup-j
Odd Fellows’ hail Tuesday evening, ing to own the water. “If you sup
was happy to see so much improve erintendent, park manager, city purchasing agent and hast
the local Odd Fellow organizations port the bills, the people will hold guilty of a statutory charge by a
ment in Hillsboro in ten years. The
¡jury in circuit court Friday and
acting as hosts. It was an unusual what is left,” he said.
pastor sai<l all should register for supervision over the city recorder and all clerical help.
meeting in many respects, in that
Everything, he said, would go on ¡Judge
, . ■■ George R. Bagley .—
receives no wages for any private engineering, everything j
God’s model city.
the association had as their guest, in the state as it is today, for the
servc a" >ndetermlna‘? term
Mr. Lockhart said if “we would that comes in goes to the general fund.
power plants are not running to full i ,three >ears ln the state pnson at
Earl Donelson and Fred Sewell
put more into the church we would
of Oregon, members of nnrn.i»,.
n!_ I ‘ -11«m.
by a o Innn.
It has been proven that business men of ability are willing have purchased the Glenn F. Bell Jurisd-etion
get more out of it.”
Members of the jury were C. L.
William Walker of Banks, Sam to serve on the council when the city
i the business. The new firm will go bers of the order from other states, that it won’t do them any damage, Syverson, Allen H. Hayden, B. L.
Walker of For« t Grove and Charles neatdike manner.
Adams, Peter Rahn, Frank J. Hol-
j under the name of Donelson & among them being visitors from he stated.
M alker of Hillsboro brought back
boke, Charles A. Hunt, William C.
Maine, Iowa, Idaho and Washington,
Other Oregon cities have the city manager form of gov- j Sewell Mortuary.
Stop and Check Up
old memories with their old time
Christensen, H. L. Attig, Ebert Oh-
Mr. Donelson is a graduate em and to Mrs. Cora E. Heaton, presi
ernment—Astoria, LaGrande, Oregon City. Warrenton and
“Stop this filing on water rights, ling. M. J. Hermens, Frank B. Cleve
dent of the association and chair
Tl>e American Legion will be in Hood River.
Astoria pays $6,000 per year simply for a city this line under his father, W. O. man of the evening, fell the unusual
land and Arthur E. Broderson.
charge of the program next Mon-
to see what is going on and then
The usual $500 fines and six
Donelson, here as well as in a Port honor of introducing to the Odd take steps to make these valuable
months in the county jail were given
present their Grand Master.
The nominating petitions of the candidates named were land undertaking establishment. Mr. Fellows
Henry R. Greenburg, Theodore Van-
At the conclusion of a most inter
Sewell, formerly cashier of the old
wanted by a power company,” Mr. | Loo, Frank Fish and Frank E.
signed by SO representative citizens of Hillsboro.
Commercial bank, is now associated esting talk by the Grand Master, J. Kirkwood urged.
Erickson was hit twice
A vote for the ticket headed by Orange I’helps is a vote with John W. Connell in the real T. Young of this city was escorted convinced that a big steal was going and was paroled
for $150 on the
to the front by members of the Can
for a greater and better Hillsboro.
on, and that it was not simply on
Mr. Connell becomes sheriff Janu- ton and the Grand Master presented the thought of fish preservation that first and $250 on the second. Green
burg was paroled for $300. VanLoo
ary 1 it is expected that the busi- Mr. Young with an honorable vet he got behind the bills.
for $350, and Fisher for $150.
ness wili be sold. Both Mr. Donel- eran’s jewel signifying sixty con
Clubbing Offer On
He stressed the value of fish life
Divorce decrees were granted to
son and Mr. Sewell are life-long tinuous ve-ars of membership in the in bringing tourists to Oregon year
Leola Pearl Young from _ Marion
resident* of Hillsboro, and have a *\r< ,‘r* , j- ^ oung hax^ing joined
Oregon’s recreational I Young, and Aleta P. Walters from
host of friends in the county.
¡Ossian lodge No. 1... Iowa, Octo- after year.
Cornelius, Oct. 30—Eighty dele-I
The time limit on the clubbing
Mr. Bell and his family time here
of 21 ye„ar^’ resources or facilities were called Roy R. Walters.
gates were present r.t the meeting of
offer enabling anyone to have the about eight vears ago from Me-
those in other states.
Harry E. Davis waived a grand
transferred to Hillsboro in 1890.
the county federation of women's
Argun and Daily Oregonian, by Minnville. He plans to move with- The master stated that never before The destruction of fishing would jury indictment on an assault and
clubs, which met in Cornelius Thurs
The first move into the new ad
battery charge, and was fined $500.
in a few davs to San Diego, Cal., *° hls knowledge had such a jew-el
The Civic Improvement club
lar price of the Oregonian, has
It was explained by Mr. Kirkwood He was paroled for $25.
in fact, few tn the
acted as hostess and served the I dition to the court house was made been extended to November 10. where he has’an opportunity to buy been • Presented;
Court orders were given as fol-
Possessed fifty-year jewels.
Wednesday afternoon when the of The Argus and Daily and Sun a half interest in a mortuary. Mr.
luncheon nt noon.
*tbp Brother Young gave many interest law to the best interests of the ilows: Otto W. Heider vs. W. F. Ro-
Mrs. F. ('.
Richmond, county fice of County Treasurer E. B. Sap day Oregonian, by mail, under Bell served as president of t... ing facts in his response, telling of state if the need for public develop dolph et ux; H. W. Kretzmeier vs.
health nurse, <li <-u« «d the curbing pington was moved from the Com the bargain offer, may be had for chamber of commerce in 1923 and the changes in Odd Fellowship, dis ment arose.
■ Eugene L. Byrnes; Occidental Life
during the past year has been on
of black diphtheria in the Gaston mercial building to the first floor of $7.80.
The Portland police quartet sang Insurance Co. vs. General Invest-
district. She also made an appeal the new structure.
a number of selections.
■ ment Co. et al; John Berry vs. Bes-
chairman of the Fourth of July use in the Iowa lodge, and given to'
for cast-off children's clothing.
j cie Kirkpatrick; E. B. Tongue vs.
him upon his leaving for Oregoti.
The office of the school superin-
committee in 1927 and 1928.
All women were urged to vote at
Ella Huston; Grace Pettit Scudder
Mr. Sewell and family will move I As a reminder of changes dyfing
the general election by Miss Manche tendent, Mrs. Emma Bryant, is be-
vs. James M. Scudder; Belle Ben
front their farm east of Hillsboro to his three score years’ membership
Langley, Forest Grove attorney. ing moved today.
nett vs. Roscoe M. Bennett; Helen
the residence nt 1255 Third street he stated that of 178 who held
Mrs. G. J. Frankel, president of the Frank W. Livermore said every-
L. and Hugo Naumann vs. George
membership with him in Iowa, only-
within a few days.
stnte federation, gave an inter« ting body would be moved during the
A. and Grace II. McLaughlin.
three now remain, and of 88 of
talk on the scholarship loan and en month of November, The opening
Paroles were granted Tony Flos!
Montezuma lodge who made lodge >
dowment fund and the various de of the November term of court on
mid Albert Schluppi.
history by winning a co'-etcd prize
Business houses planning to en
partments of the state federation November 1(1 may possibly be in the
in 1893, now only six remain.
attractive new circuit court room.
ter the American Legion window
Other numbers on the program
Many consider the circuit court contest for the best window dis
The pictures arc rendy for distri
Final plans for the Armistice Day
were the Beaverton male quartet,
bution in the rural schools, accord room the most attractive in the plays, bringing in advertising of the
Hillsboro quartet consisting of Mrs. , celebration here, in which all ex-
The decorations were done events for Armistice Day, must dec-
ing to an announcement made by late.
The assessed valuation of Wash V. W. Gardner, Mrs. C. E. Wells, [ service men are1 invited to take part, i
Mrs. Clara Smith of Metzger, chair under the direction of Oscar Jacobs, , orate their windows on Monday, ington
county without corporations George McGrath and Floyd Miller; will be made at a special meeting
November 5, and carry it through
man of the picture library commit local plastering contractor.
this year shows a decrease of reading by- Miss Luce; song by Her of Hillsboro post of the American
the following Monday, according to
tee. Mrs. E. J .Ward spoke on the
Jack Murton, chairmnn of the ac $827,380 from last year. The total schel Tallman; music by Mrs. Lewis Legion at the I. O. O. F. hall in
The legion is for this year was $24,026,640. The nnd daughter, Dorothy, of Peaver- Beaverton at 8 p. m., Friday.
A board meeting with the follow-
Special acts have been secured
; offering a $5 cash prize for the best decrease, according to Deputy As ten; reading by Alexander Morley;
ing officers present was held prior
sessor Carpenter, is due to timber music- by Munson's orchestra, and from Portland by the activities com
to the general meeting: Mrs. W. 8.
mittee and a general invitation is
lands being cut off and to reduc violin solos by Sam Walker.
Roberts, Forest Grove, president;
tions in farm land. Hillsboro’s val
The members accepted the invita 1 extended to all ex-service men in
Mrs. Elwood Johnson,
uation this year not including cor tion to meet with the Gaston lodges the county to be present. The meet
second vice-president; Mrs. Clara
Refresments were ing at Beaverton will be the zero
porations is $1,4Iff,600 as compared in January.
Permission to remodel the Lyons'
Smith, Metzger, secretary;
with $1,404,330 last year. The com served.
hour for the start of the biggest
f .......... nnd building on Main street, formerly
membership drive Hillsboro post has
plete statement may be ready next
Mrs. Deacons, Forest Grove, d’rec occupied by the Hanoi electrical
ever had, according to Commander
week if the figures on utilities and
tors; and Mrs. W. W. Phillips, Hills store, was not given F. Abendroth,
W. H. Dierdorff.
eorporations are received from Sa
jeweler, by the eity council in spe-
boro, press chnirmnn.
Members of the Rotary club Boy lem.
Jack Murton, chairman of the ac
If you have a few little re
Discussion of a new project was rial session Saturday morning. Mr. Scout troop were entertained at a
tivities comittce, announced Satur
pairs or a large job on your
the purpose of the meeting. It was Abendroth wanted to move the par- dinner meeting Thursday evening by
day that Rev. Charles Tator, captain
voted to pass out slips for everyone titions back, and considering the the Rotarians.
top or side curtains, just turn
M. R. Stevenson,
in the Canadian expeditionary forces
to make suggestions in writing. The condition of the building from the chairman of the boys’ work com
following committee was nppointed standpoint of a fire hazard no action mittee, was chairman of the meet
Work on the new union high Presbyterian church in Portland,
A large delegation of ing anil gave a short talk, followed
to decide on the most popular pro was taken,
school building was resumed Tues would be the speaker at the Armis
Hillsboro Business and
ject: Mrs. Clara Smith, Metzger, business men was present.
by W. G. Hare.
day under the direction of the Com tice Day exercises in the Venetian
Mrs. L. M. Hesse, Scholls, and Mrs.
The boys sang a number of camp
Next Monday is the last day to mercial Casualty company, which theater. II. L. MacKenzie and Henry I
troop songs. Albert Creitz, Pacific pay the second half of the 1927 tax concern bonded P. J. VanBruggen, ■ Kanina are on the committee with
Court House and Banks
_ The club voted to plant a Mary
university violinist, rendered sev without a penalty. The usual last contractor. The company has placed Mr. Murton.
The annual football
on page six of the
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——— — somewhere
.J in the To Close Tuesday
eral numbers accompanied by Mrs. minute rush to pay taxes is antici a superintendent in charge of con classic between Tillamook and Hills
county, the county court
McBreen. Sports and games were pated by Arthur Kroeger, deputy struction.
The court house will be closed ___
all in charge of B. M. Goodman.
sheriff in charge of tax collection.
A delay of more than six weeks of the afternoon. Legionnaires are
Sherman is past president of the day next Tuesday on nceount of it
District Governor John Casper of Tax payments may be made by mail has caused the union board consid now selling tickets for the biggest
The Walla Walla, Wash., is to be the provided they are in the postoffice erable worry. The building is to be Armistice dance and “Night in
Federation of Women’s being general election day.
banks will also be cioscd.
speaker at the luncheon this noon. by 5 p. m., November 5.
completed within 100 days.
Paris” in history.
day evening near Six Corners, when
his motorcycle was -truck head on
i by a car driven by E. R. Markham,
3329 East Madison, Seattle, Wash.,
who is held in the county jail here.
A charge of involuntary man-
! slaughter will probably be placed
against him. Young Copeland for
merly lived in Hillsboro.
J. T Young Is
Given a Term
Have Meet With
Cornelius Group First Move Is Made
In the Court House
Must De In Monday
Veterans to Plan
Armistice Day at
In County Over Year
Permission Is Not
Granted to Remodel
Rotary Club Host
For Local Scouts
Motorists Will Find
Second Half Taxes
To Be Paid Monday
Work Is Resumed on
Union High Building