The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, October 29, 1911, Page 62, Image 62

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utur draprrallOQ thay laborad, knowing wm aalck to Imllati bla mat and both
lull wall tbat If thajr failad th .ollr honf on t.Mcloualjf. Ovardaar And th
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fllht, aad tboroHihlr ihanalrd. thay topm. Had tba hoi . hind Un, thn
war eharrad by alng th. flunai III 4rw Mm vp by th ld of A llwib. tl.d
down and tha haa4 aubald. Tba day All four faat tei.tbar ajm Mllad off lha
wm won In that quarter, bat a lone Ao- A whaalMrrow waa prtwurwl. a
Una if mn atrorilad on Sarond itraat .trong t w.i built and bla bogthlp
to brannt i kprnl to lha wait Many wonftnaa tbarvln. . .. ,
or them wer rorarad wllh wat blankaii
M a protactlon igalnat tbi Awful hrat,
and burk.t brlcmda war Malatlog Ih.
wornout yolunlarr flramn, whoaa
.aqulpment eonalated of an inglni or
two and mankllJlng band brakaa.
rrotortlon cnglna company No. 4 wai
houaed on rirat atraot. near Jeffaraon.
and when It bcmi Apparant that tbi
Crater Likt.
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county haa juat votad to apand
Il.a00.l04 for roada aclanllflrally
ronatructad, wolch will probably
Inrlud.-aueh a highway lo lha
wait llni if th. Crat.r national forcai.
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ftarwaal atofgan. 71 m Mm II MaH
to M mill Aid 1a paWad karwiMy wl A
bla rlrhtr mala rial haa dm iMtlnn.
t.ly rra)li Ih nary if Oaloa. Morgan
and Iba ill board whm look In
Morgan', aya. Tbal oort af wild.
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(an a tm. makal II vary aaay la arvdar.
tA4 what Map ana I wM Mr. Clalaa
mi li Mr. Morgan a afflr to proiaat
MrauM it waa ka. Morgan, that kapt
Oai.i Mni iff from lha iiaal Moral
Mr. Oala aakad him in a mild Mlr
If IhU waa trva. Mr. Morgan. Main
from Ma chair, gall:
"Tan. Mr. OaiM, It la traa I am th
man' wha la bping yon off."
Mr. ati aakad why, Aal Mr. Morgan
an.waral:
"On Account Af your rapuLallon, Hr.
Oala. broba out Into MroaatJo langn
t.r. aaklng Mr. Morgan If ha.' Oala,
had irar Iom Anything woroa than
Morgan. "Dnlr." hi ad dad. you havo
dono your atanta Mblnd load doom
and I bar dona mln la th opan."
Aa Mr. Morgan took bla hat from th
tabl nnd walked but of th num. h
Mid: - -
Mr. Oataa. that la what doora an for,
to M k.pt eloaad."
Bo whan you im tha iup of Mor
gan' ya ran raalUi th kind, of man
who would hava th nerr to tall Joha
W. Oataa what doora an for.
ftnci which .noloaad thalr gravi haa
bran carriad away by ntle aaakrra.
lYatty' irMn vlna from a nearby lot
hav romplt1y co varad tbi reatlnr
"" placi of thaaa two unfortunate man, aa
... k.i.M t . T am mrmmmm .A .wn .a Im T rM. (N, nm j, . II. I. Unas n b I N MI.H. If tO hflW that MlUMI bAUtla (
mi ni companion, battlad with tha .. . ... i.b. ... . . . . . . . .... -. .n b..- t..ki. . u . ..i. and .rntivi mil alika
:lnT? on cond and Jafferaon. In an of whleB w) probably b from i . B c.-i. for hla kind. -ntlimanl- ware, la hen. lard. William Allen. Our Packard and city. Upon a eummer morning many In 1I7T Donald Macleay arreted a
V. r V. "?PT'"V DUh "r a,1L ,uww" 1750.000 to II. 000.001. Th general T '. . .w.. ... iiom.i.. t. ui..ir. M.,r ih...i.n.. Joawh L. Berrr. Tim hu Bounded years Ago the little maiden hurried beautiful mauaoleum at a eoat of 111.-
MJAni inrai congragi- Zawnmmnt t. fa-orabli to luch Im- r"V " ."7. .1 ' 1" . . .7 I"-" throua-h U.I. .acred .not many time.. Hong on an errand for her mother. 000. to the memory of hla wife. Thla
!L?."JJ?!. Proyement. In our n.tlon.l park, and " "t" T. el Y """.m "n There ' .r. the grave, of many older Her w.y lay aero., th. old jrourth itructun 1. cha.t. mi an orr,
J u I "-.Eun. Torrance who chmo rtomOrw iZZr.ot 7 Vm . A be.utSu. .t brldiV s.HIA loo
uuuuni, uwraimi anrTinine in it. t.
way from TamhUl to CUy .treat And l""r , d-nTnda on th. TDaoDla of Ore- ,. th of y""
from the river to Second itrnt. hrSrZ h.eet llnof h,h r,J Mr th "lone flr J
- Among Ih modern akyacrapera of ff. n-,Tlonaforeat T th wUt lint of tr"' re,t th ""'" Honorabl. be
-today It aeemi atrange to read in a re- ?;L0B. . ,,?r!TL:.. J ..... T..... .i Sylveater Pennoyer. once Oregon', gov- tu
.upervleTon of a govern- rB0 A,""Ul'ar'her on lh W J. I? wU.h "X f h'r cn,ldr: '""l AmeHcan war.
tment, which ha. no money CP,"'n. Jh" ,u,ch J" Tin "" ;"un mn of " met erected In 1902
ruction of auch a road, .o fnd "f Dr- J ,c- Hhorn are acen. h. ,,, h !n the flr.t pa.aenger elevator H.re r.,t m,
ornament
etream, I. burl(1 In tnil cemetery. MTU. ....i n ,k. nrwin th. i... nn9 A. O. Chinnlnaham and hla wif aM
Jamea H. McMillan, who waa greatly memory of the aoldlen of four war Union Avenue. When nearlng the hurtid In one of the larger .quare
beloved for her kindneaa to all unror- tht M.XC,n tn oivll. the Indian wan northern approach, a plank gave way Mr. Cunningham cam to Portland aa
... 1 w i. .it ... ..w -,,.. Djivr.irr rmnoj-rr, um a wir.u.i Bvt- lunaien wnom ane couia aa.l.l. ilea ,i . .. k. ....i... Sn..th h.r r.., .... m... nrlvala urr,t.r. 1. Ih. 1.1. n. Walla.
Ml Af tha MnfllmtlA. th.. m -' ' " " A Hill. .rlh. nn tha . of V. i.v .1. t ... -Vll r . w.m.. ...u ... " T .' '
iwi.. i. .u " . ofc under tha lupervl.lon or a govern- ",'r Z. irV A . "T " Aitierlcen war. The monument was cipiuted into the muddy water be- aay in in. .any ieveni.es. ,
nmlnt mot m-- ment.1 department, which ha. no money cP'."'n. Jh" ,u,ch J" Tin fOBaUBl: K?un?. m.n of " ?" ".ot.Kl In 103. nenth. itrlklng many croaa beam, and In old hl-torlo Lone Fir cemetery tba
Parkin .Ir 7r T thaaa "I?11""', tot thi con.tructlon of auch a nnd. bo Jll Yrl ai !"" d " 1 ? f P"n" le:?or Here re.t many who have met tragic timber. In the fall. When her llf.le.. epitaph, an almo.t a. numeroo. a. the
imkii . . i there muet be a apeclai appropriation. " V, " r,." V, ,., iL, . deatni. The grave or one young woman txHiy wan lined tenaeny mm th tomoaionea, eome maioaung aaaneea,
irtmw w.tS it. ti?a r.m2nUm.ent ,0f "Then li A tide in the event, of man. r0? m?n- aKA "f w,.f! .re Dur' ?Mt. D? "ldV, , . "h0 met lth lol.nt death 1 marked water, her little hand, .till held tightly othan humor. In IMS well known
glory, with It. three stories and man- ,... .t th. flood, leada on to his life by .hlpwwk during the great Lieutenant Colonel J. 8. Backenatos wilh . ,iw,nia t...ri.inn. with th. it. two email nail, which her mnth.r had character of tha town named Mitch. 1L I
T . ' .. , ... a. j, s Alaskan rold excitement. Near th. of the Flr.t Mounted rifle., tha flrat . ... r. i i... v ... li. k i . '
rortune. ni.lll liw w mei a i. nem u. - ... . : . ' .era in. v. vi.tui mn. wnw ,ii.mw tt.m vr jjm w ua.
- , n mind strong enough, backed by an In- military rorce coming into Oregon, rests The frat wife and a daughter of th One of thi many pathetic sights In w" fro.en to death during th extra-
Two Boys and Boar. tere.ted people, to unite tha divergent middle of November. Both aecretarle. cemetery. He arrived In Sep- it Oeorg H. Wllllami an buried "Old I-oni Fir" la a long row of graves ordlnsry .cold night of January It. His
REVTOUS to 1861 southeastern Interests that predominate In thi fore- are favorable to the proposition, but It tember, i4. e. j. ana Howard North- her, George E. Cole, who was once of the Insane, who died In the old East ody w ronslgned to Us narrow cell
sard roof.
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1RI -iitti-.at.n. i.i.nrii that nradomtnata In tha for, ara favneahla tn tha nrniin.lt Inn hut It tember, 1149,
Kansaa was tha home of Oa.se going condition, and weave from them need. .om. on. at hand to pre.ent the """P. two of Portland", pioneer bu.lneas Portland's postmaster, with his entire Portland asylum before this Institution Ine Fir And his friends placed a
Indians and a region little known one harmonious whole, which can be matter In a comprehensive manner, men, lie in tn lamiiy acre. ueneral family, lie In Lon Fir. Sam L. Simp- was removed to Salem. This strip of monument to his memory, on which Is
to whites, except a bountiful sup- done if there 1. Immediate action. There which .liould be done without unneces- Eckerson was burled in Lone Fir more 0n, the poet. Is sleeping here among land was furnished by the county for engnved thi following couplet:
civ of outlaws and a dea-rarlert la tm tlma to loae. Recommendations urv delay. Kollowlnr closely nnon recently. Bishop B. Wlster Morris, and the trees he loved eo 'well. Several thla rmrnoae. Near thla not ar. th. "Hen lies one who has taken steps
specimen of humanity known as squaw- from the secretary of the Interior and such recommendation, it I. necessary memoer. or ni lamuy, are Dunea nere members of the well known Sellwood grave, of Johnson and Brown, two des
man. In 1807 the government got poa- the aecretary of agriculture. In their for some one thoroughly familiar with In A neatly kept lot A .on, Rodney B. family are Interred here. M.ny will perate young men who tried to reslat
sesalon of the land and the next year regular annual reports to congre.a. Is the situation to follow up the matter in Morris, lo.t his life In an Attempt to remember the' kind face and hearty officers of the law who detected them
every foot of It waa taken up. an absolute necea.ity, if success is to congres,k watching every step, which save the live, of three men In this city greeting? of J. A. Strowbrldge, Sr. He In the act of robbery. In shooting at
Many years before thi.. somebody be expected from the present congress, will probsbly require eeveral months of in 1871. He wa. a lad of 19 years. Hor- rests in a pretty spot near th east the officers they missed them snd
- took to that region dome.tie hogs and If such recommendations are to be ae- vigilant service. It seems to be up to ace Lyman, Oregon s historian, rests driveway. ' killed A child who waa crossing the production last yesi waa nearly one
permitted them to run at large. In cured. It must be before such report, the people of Oregon, particularly those here. Down through one of the prettleat street. They wer afterward hanged fifth of all th eoal mined In the world
course of time they became as wild are finished, which will hi before th of the southern portion of the state. A blight young girl, Mary E. Miller, walks one comes to the resting place In this city. Every vestige of the Iron In that period.
That won the applause of men:
But grim death came and took a step
Which he could not withstand."
Pennsylvania's record breaking cost
' AS CARTOONISTS PORTRAY IDEAS SUGGESTED BY CURRENT EVENTS AND COMMENT
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