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THE OHEG01T DAILY " JOURNAL, PORTLAND, I.iONDAY, OCTOBER SO, 1319.
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Nlnta aamial Pscills Intmstionel UvwUek
Exposition, PorUaad. Moremper IT to 2S.
.'-i TODAY'S .yOBBCASTS '
Portlsjid iM' lcinitr Tooi(b and Tuesday
fain wtnde mocUr weturty. k
Orroa and Waahtnctos Toois-at end Tase-
day Uin cooler tonight Mat portion; moderate
Wind, mostly Westerly.
, ' WEATHEB COHDITldlTS
Iw pmon .- preraila along the Mexican
boundary. In the upper Mississippi 'taller and in
tnMdla WMtcm Canada. - Over tha remainder of
the country lb pressure ia high, toe highest
reading being in the North Atlantie atates ana
on the Pacific coast. Froclpitationi baa occurred
in the western Canadian proxrinces and ofer a
bolt naeliins from Kaatern Idaho eastward to
Minnesota, and Mlmourt. The heaviest ratnisll
ramrtni aa 1.99 inchea at Prince Rupert. B.
.'. The weather b much warn) or in part of
the northern Uocfcr Mountain region. The tem
perature Is now above normal in parta of Wsuli
incton. Idaho. Montana. Alberta' and Sas
katchewan, in tho-astern portion of the plaim
states and alone tha Oulf coast and ia gentrtlly
below normal in ether sections.
KelatiTe humidity at Portland: 1 o. m.. yes-
tenrlsj, 80 per cent; 8 p. m., yetUenitJ. 65 per
tent; a a, in. today, 92 per eene.
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Boston, Mam, .........
Buffalo. N. T ..
tihinago, IU. .........
Denver. Colo. .........
Ies Moines. Iowa ......
Edmonton, Alberta. . . . .
Helena. Mont. .... t ..... .
Honolulu, T. H ,
Kansas City, Mo.
Ixis Angeles, Cel. .........
Memphis, Tens. . ... t ..... .
New Orleans, La.
New York, N. Y.
"ome Alaska . . . . .
North Head, Wash..,
Oklahoma City, Ok la.,
Phoenix. Aria. .
Pittsburg. Pa. ,
Prince Albert, Sesk.
Kossburg, Or. ....
St. toola, Mo. .
Ht, Paul. Minn
Halt Lake City, UUh.
Man IHego, Cal.
Han Francisco, Cal. .
HeatUe, Wash. . , . . .
atpokane, Wash. - . . . .
Swift Current. Bask.
Toaopsb, Ner. . . . . .
Vsldes. Alaska ....
Victoria, B. C
Wall Walla. Wash. .
Washington. D. C . . .
Winnemncra, Ner. . .
P. M. report of preceding day.
WAB EATINGS STAMPS
On Bale at
Business Office. The Journal
Fostoftlcft May Be Slieonttaied
Abraham Plnckney Aaa resigned as
postmaster at Cove Orchard. Yamhill
county, and unless aome one volunteers
to take the poatmaaterahip noon the
office will be discontinued. At Keasey,
.George II. Stltta has resigned and tells
the poatoffice department that the office
should be discontinued because it now
aervea but two personsaslde from his
own family. - The postmaster at Jewell
has resigned i and recommends the dis
continuance of the ' office, explaining
that the patrona of the Jewell office
may be served by the atar route between
Aatorla and Elsie.
Portlaad'i Harbor DcTelopmeat
Colonel J. R. Slattery, In command of
the second Oregon division, river, har
bor and coast defenses, will apeak to
the Klwanla club Tuesday noon on
"Portland'a Harbor and' it Develop
ment" He la scheduled to add happy
facta about Portland to those he has
brought out already before the Portland
Ad club. The Royal Rosarian quartet
will furnish music
Trlckey Speaks oa Aastralla Leslie
Trickey, recently from Aastralla, will
five a free lecture on that country at 8
o'clock tonight In the auditorium of the
Y. M. S. A. under the auspices of thd
association's service department. He
will tell something of the social lerlsla
tion which has made Australia famous
and of Ita nationalization policies, which
are now of special Interest to Ameri
cans. The meeting Is public and all are
Freshmaa Elect Wilson Kent Wilson.
son of Sheriff and Mrs. W. J. Wilson of
Oregon City, has been elected presi
dent or the freshman class of the Ore
gon Medical college in Portland. He
is one of the popular young men at
tending the college who has returned
from overseas. Ha joined -a hospital
corpa while at Camp Lewis In 1917 and
was among the first of the Oregon boys
to arrive in France,
. Fire Losses la September Losses
caused by fire In Oregon during the
month of September aggregated S667,
875. according to a statement issued by
A. C. Barber, state fire marshal. The
most damaging fire wae at Klamath
Falls, where a lumber mill waa burned
at a loss of 1225,000. The next waa
paper factory at Astoria, (150,000. There
la believed to have been but one in
cendiary fire in fhe state during the
Portias Girt Xg Presldeat Officers
for the February graduating class of
tna Oregon formal school have , been
elected as follows: President, Alice
Armstrong of Portland; vice, president,
Glodys Perkins' of Portland ; secretary
Luclle Dunbar of Joseph ; treasurer.
Roth E. Brown of Los Angeles ; sergeant
at arms, Chad Newhouse of Eugene;
meaiDera oi atuaenr. oooy council, Fran
cea Tousey of "Portland and Verl Burk
hart of Harrisburr. .
Oregom fetadeat Heaerad Wilbur K.
Hood, a Portland boy, received one of
. the highest honors paid to a student at
Stanford when he was appointed to the
senior flower committee. Every, year
the most prominent man In the senior
class at Stanford la selected by the class
president to serve with the moat promi-
, nent woman In the class on a committee
which decorates the tomb of- Senator Le-
lana suuiiora eaca Sunday.
roruain tm Elected At ft recent
meeting of the senior class of Oregon
Agricultural college, Miss Haael Streif
of Portland was unanimously elected
secretary of the class, to fill the place
vacated by Miss Frances Brown of
Hainea, or. Who tailed to return to
Portlaad Boy ! Idltor Chester
CrowelIof Portland has been chosen
editor of the Student' Engineer, a .pub
lication put- out by tha Association of
engineers of Oregon Agricultural col
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ITelgkaera Say' Woman 'Screamed The
police were called to 1603 Virginia street
Sunday night; where neighbors said a
woman had bean carried from the house
screaming "Murder, help, police ! When
Officers Norene and Scotv arrived they
found evidences of a drinking party, they
said in thela report S B. Wright, found
in the house, refused to give the officers
any information and he waa arrested. In
municipal court today be was fined $25
on a charge of drunkenness. . ' -
Army Aeaslts Sergeant The sergeant
who shot and killed Private Elmer J.
Backlund, of the Third company, artil
lery corps, on July 2t, St Fort Stevens,
has bern acquitted by an army court
martial. Toung Backlund. was II years
old at the time of his death and was
the, son of O. Backlund of Seattle. . lie
was shot by a hospital sergeant while
prowling around the basement of the
hospital with two companions, ' .''
Stadeats Only Get AM In answer to
questions received; at the secretary of
state's office. Deputy Secretary of State
Kozer gives out the information that
educational aid to former soldiers, sail
ors and marines can be paid only . to
men attending Oregon educational in
stitutions, and cannot be paid , in the
form of a bonus, under provision of the
law passed by the 1919 legislature.,
German Sailing! Opes E. Kroner of
the German and Austrian relief com
mission at Portland has been;, advised
by Senator McNary that the '" shipping
board has not suspended sailings or
bookings to German ports,, as had' been
reported. C. D. Kennedy, 601 North
westecn Bank building, is in. charge of
such matters In the Portland territory.
Order oa Bids ssaed Portland has
been made one of the two cities for
newspaper publication of advertisements
for bids by railroads for the sale of
securities, supplies, or for the construc
tion and maintenance of their
property, under an order Issued
by the Interstate commerce commission.
San Francisco is the only other city
chosen on the Pacific coast.
Irrigation Bond Certificates Asked
Multnomah county irrigation district
No. 1, through Ks attorneys, Teal. Win
free & Minor, has applied to the'.etate
engineering department for certification
of a bond issue of 8400,000. ' The usual
investigation relatives to value will .be
made before the application-Ms .passed
upon by the state irrigation securities
commission. ; v
Land Grants to Be Thrown Onea
Preparations are being made to throw
open at as early a date next'rlng as
possible all of the agricultural lands in
the Oregon & California land grant and
Coos Bay wagon road land grant. This
Information comes from Representative
Hawley, in response to a request that
these lands be made available for re
turned soldiers, saDors and marines.
Balk Rate A iked One of the big fruit
shippers of Portland has inquired of
the public service commission whether
the freight rate on bulk shipments of
apples in Oregon is the same aa the box
rate, which is $1.06 per 100 pouriHg. .It
is said at the offices of the commission
that there is no rate- provision for ship
ments in bulk. r . ' -V
Lang k Co. Braaehisg Ost Lang &
Co., wholesale grocers of Portland, have
practically closed a deal for: a half
block of ground at Nampa, Idaho, on
which they propose to erect a "branch
house to more easily supply the trade
of Northern Idaho. The company also
has a branch at Baker, In Eastern Ore
Hog-ne Goes to" China Edward Hogue,
who waa a Portland newspaper man for
se venal years, but who has recently
made his home at Los Angeles, left last
week for China, where he will be identi
fied for some time with a newspaper
in Shanghai. He is under contract to
devote three years to the work.
West Poiat Tsits Set-Competitive
examinations of candidates for appoint
ment to the United States military
academy and to the naval academy at
Annapolis will be held at the university
of Oregon on December 6. Two princi
pals and six alternates will be selected
for Annapolis and one principal and
two alternates for West Point
Aeeaied ,of Flaylag Lottery Lee Sun.
326 Flanders street waa arrested Sun
day night by Officers Rockwell and
Thomas for having an elleged lottery
outfit in his possession. AX Taylor, John
Smith, Gust Brown, Peter Baker and Al
Mundt were arrested on charges of vis
iting a lottery game.
Delivery Is Asked For Business firms
located on the Macadam road in Port
land have written to the public service
commission asking : that the American
Railway Express company make deliv
eries and pick up as far south on the
road as No. 1718.
Child Hurt la Fall Falling from the
porch at the residence of his parents at
410 Harrison street Leonard Schneider-
man, 3, fractured his left arm and in
jured his head about 8:30 Sunday night
He was taken to tha Good Samaritan
Falllag Wreckage Iajaret JTIcholsoa
Kim Nicholson, an employe of the Alaska
Junk company, was badly bruised Sun
day morning when he waa caught under
a pile of falling wreckage. He was
taken to the Good Samaritan hospital.
Shepard An to. Bas Xlaea St Helena.
Hood River, Bridal Veil, Caacade Locks
and all way points. Leave St Charles
hotel on schedule time. For Informa
tion call Marshall 4381. Main 930. A-361L
PortIaBd3wberg Leave Fourth and
Alder daily, 8:30, 9:80. 11 a. and L
2:30. 4:15, 5:30, 6:30 p. m. ; Saturday
and Sunday. 11 p. m. Phone Main 6105.
Adv; . ;.
Steamer Jessie Harking for Camas.
Waehougal and way landings, dally, ex
cept Suhday, leave Alder street dock at
3 p. m. Adv.
Steamer Iralda for St Helens and
Rainier, dally at 3 :30 p. m.. foot of Alder
street Sunday, St Helens Only, 1 :30
p. m. AaV. ...
MeCarger, Bates aV Livery Fire. life.
casualty-and automobile -insurance. Teoa
Duuaing. Telephone Main US. Adv.
Hadley Stiver, tenors, make depend
afle clothes. 10) Sixth street -corner
star. aov. " ... . .
- HalreatUag a speeuUty at the Market
Barber shop, 187 4th, at TamhllL Adv,
Dr. J. E. Anderson, Osteopathic shy.
sician, 816 Selling bldg Main 4113. Adv.
Saaee, Hibernian kail, October. 22 ;
gooa music; everyooay welcome. Adv.
Br. C E. Brown Ear, Eye Mohawk
Duiiaing. Adv. - vi v
Moore Saalterlntalor the; Hflk Cvre
Chehalis. Wash., Oct s0, When, the
Coal Creek Lumber company of Cbaha
lia, of which C L. Brown is manager.
put 17 Japanese to work-in the mitt this
morning, 80 of the mill . crew quit at
wee and, in protest, paraded through
the ChehaUs streets In a body.
Secretary Daniels has acquiesced In
the senate proposal to. give retirement
rank of vice admiral, to Rear Admirals
Sims, Benson and Mayo, instead of the
rank of admiral. ,
ODDS AND ENDS IN THE NEWS -j, : :
; , OF TRAVELERS AND HOMEFOLK
Reception to Dr. Hendricks -CDr.-A.
O.-Henricks, organiser and for
several years pastor of the First Church
of the Nasarene of Portland, spent Sun
day in the city, preaching morning and
evening. Dr. Henricka Is now pastor of
the First church of the Nazarens at Los
Angeles and is . president of the college
at Pasadena, conducted under the' aus
pices of the church. A reception will be
given Dr. and Mrs, Henrlcks tonight at
the church. East . Tenth and We Idler
street, after which they will depart for
their California borne. .
Southern Oregon Marvel
"If you were ' years old and were
taken to a table containing different
kinds of ice cream, each one as delect
able aa another, and were told you could
have' only one kind, the problem of
chdice would be something like the feel
ing we experienced throughout Southern
Oregon," said Tatsy" Clark of the Mult
nomah thla morning. Clark and Ken
neth Hauser were members of the Cham
ber of Commerce excursion party. "I
never saw such prosperity - and auch
promise for future development" said
Clark. "It is the valley of happiness
and contentment. I never before re
alized that Southern Oregon had such
unbounded resources. The cropa are all
good, the cattle are all sleek and fat, j
the timber la dense."
t e e
Seattle Tourists Here
Among the motorists at the Benson is
a party from Seattle consisting of Oliver
J. Vanderbllt John W. Vanderbllt their
-mother, Mrs. DeGroff of Honolulu ; Miss
Anna vanderbllt of Honolulu. Mrs, Con
stance Hlckey of Seattle. The Vander
btlts are taking a pleasure trip and will
return to Seattle, leaving a little later
for California, where they will spend
the winter. The Vanderbilts deal in
trucks In Seattle.
, Represents Can Company
K. S. Beckehridge, one of the business
heads- of the American Can company,
.together with Miss Beckenrldge and Miss
Plielps and W. E. Taylor, are at the
"Multnomah while Beckenrldge - attends
to business matters in connection with
the operation of the company's factory
To Reside in Portland
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Kineier have re
moved to Portland from Boston and will
frhake' their residence here with Mrs.
Klneier's sisters, -Hisses Helen E. Crowe
and Marion I. Crowe, at 185 East Six
teenth street Kineier is connected with
"An unproductive man is no better
than a dead one and he Is a good deal
more in the way."
So said Dr. W. T. McEIveen at the
First Congregational church Sunday
morning. He had his gun loaded for
ineffective Christiana This is what he
said about them:
"They are amiable, but not affirma
tive and aggressive. ' They are suave,
but not strong ; courteous but not capa
ble Or courageous. They never do any
great wrong; neither do they attempt to
do anything really worth while. They
seldom make a mistake, but they never
make anything else. They are not
wicked : . they are weak. They donT
seem to have enough energy to be either
boldly bad or bravely good. They are
neutral, negative and nerveless. They
conform to the thou shalt nota' of the
Old Testament but they do not joyously
and constantly obey the thou ahalta' of
tha New Testament They are harmless
ly nice, softly good, splendidly nil. They
accomplish nothing. Their fruitless
lives remind us of the old lines :
"The house of peers throughout the war
Did nothing in part it-alar
And did it very well."
There is a host of people who do
nothing in particular and do it very
If you haven't any religion to give
away you haven't any religion worth
At his Sunday service the Rev. Wil
liam Reece, pastor of the New Christian
church (Swedenborgian) said :
The Lord shall cause thy enemies
that rise up against thee to be smitten
before thy face;. they shall come out
against thee one Way and shall flee
before thee seven ways." Deuteronomy,
"When you feel that you are being
encompassed by a turbulent mob of
troubles sit down quietly, and deliber
ately look each one of them squarely
in the eye.
Our troubles sometimes get us on
the run, and when they do we become so
intent on outdistancing them that we
do not see that the further and faster
we run the more there are of them pur
suing us. Troubles are like a rabble
pouring along a highway following a
hangman and his victim ; the further the
horde goes the greater it becomes, at
tracting to itself every mean individual
who hears and sees its course.
"When this Is done you have, mental
ly, turned about You are facing the
rabble : the horde. Instantly, as you
are coming to yourself, the mob becomes
the pursued and you the pursuer; you
can now drive them where you wish
and as hard. Like all stewards at heart
the7 are bold only when the tide is in
their favor they slink and skulk to
cover when courageously faced. We
face them courageously when Ve think
of ourselves as being put to the test
and, thinking this, resolve that under
God we will not fall.
."A merry heart Is a fundamental of
true religion.". This was the statement
oi xcv. jLawara tjonsi&m i mo niga
land Congregational church Sunday.
"Cheerfulness, or the merry heart la an
essential element of true religion," he
said. "Gloom is depressing. Sorrow 1s
blighting. Carklng care or worry eats
the heart away. . Fear enfeebles and im
pairs vitality. Pessimism creates de
spair, and when we. become the victims
of despair we are lost The world will
accept no man for lta leader who ia an
everlasting pessimist The policy of the
church must not be simply repressive,
tending to make life dull and insipid.
The. -note of her preaching must be that
of Joy and hope. Instead of appearing
to be like a mother who is always ad
monhthing and scolding those she loves.
she mast rather' appear like a parent of
.loving patience, smiling face and cheer
ful words, inspiring those about her with
the spirit of endeavor and gladness.'
"Jesus Brought things to pass and the
world was blessed thereby," Dr. Francis
Burgette Short stated in his sermon Sun-
da at the Wtlber. Methodist church.
"Something is "always coming to pass
when some routs -are around." ha as
serted. "That's the genius of them and
the reason they are followed and loved
or Ignored and despised I they are bring
ing things to pass. Jesus was a bringer
to-pass, and the things wrought by him
were ootn neiprui and worthy of his ef
fort Herein shines the glory of his life
he brought things to pass that always
blessed those With .whom and for whom
he labored." - i: .. . i n ' i
. ' . - -
"Soclety has-returned from the Inanl
ties of tha aummer resort to resume the
inanities of tha uncial rrluh hsiimnn
the theatre, . Dr. A. L. Hutchinson de
clared. Sunday ae the Piedmont Prhv
terlan church. , "In business, and society.
tha Dalton Adding Machine company,
Marion Crowe is auperintendent of the
Visiting Nurse association and Helen E.
Crowe is a stenographer in the off too of;
the Industrial .'welfare commission, ;
' . At be Hotel 'V
( A. "'J. Gibson, who helps "run Pendle
ton,? Is at the Imperial. V?
J. B. Mulholland. known as "Sticky
Bin" among liis associates, because of
his syrup selling qualities, la. at the
Seward. ' - '
r Judge F. J. Carney of Astoria Is at
the Cornelius. ' vmW
j a L. Plant of the Mine 4 Mill Sup
ply company of San Francisco is at the
Multnomah. . I, j
i William P. Griner is one-ot the Pen
dleton guests at the Portland. '
- Mr. and Mrs. John B. Mulholland of
Spokane are at the Benson- Mlulholland
is a contractor.'
Mrs. -'George Teager has rejoined the
Multnomah force in th capacity of mai
clerk. Mrs. Teager was with the Mult
nomah until several months ago when
she left to keep house.
Mr. and Mrs, 1 R. F. Booth of Ilwaco
are at the Corneliua. Booth is one of
the live business men of Ilwaco.
Ed Kiddie, whose flour mills are
sprinkled throughout Union county, ar
rived this morning at the Imperial.
Mr. and Mrs. T. A Lloyd are at the
Multnomah from San Francisco, where
Lloyd is assistant auditor of the St
Francis hotel. Lloyd is spending his
vacation visiting numerous aostelries in
Owen McCusker,- Jr., who cells auto
mobiles on the Pacific coast la at the
Mrs. H. W. Colllhs, whose husband is
a warehouse owner of Pendleton, is at
W. S. Brown.' attorney from Spokane,
is among the recent arrivals at the Im
perial. O. B. Leonhairt of the Schermerhorn
Brother company is at the Multnomah
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. jlimpaon are at the
Portland from Coos Bay. With them
are Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Tower, also of
Leslie Butler, banker from Hood
River, is at the Benson.
L. J. Keady. one of Seattle's pro
moters, is a guest at the Imperial.
H. E. Post' public accountant of Ta
coma, is among the guests at the Mult
Mr. and Mfg. Jess Hawley are at the
Portland from Boise, Idaho.
men and women no doubt are looking
forward to 'doings' that shall surpass
those of any previous season. Scripture
tella us that the sons of this age are
wiser in their generation than the sons
of light' It would seem that here is a
hint fron Jesus that the sons of light
might take a cue from their opposites in
life and purpose. I imagine that we
might learn from the world to cultivate
a spirit of alertness, cooperation and or-
sanitations with seal in a better cause.
The wisdom- of the sons of the age 'in
their generation' or kind is exhausted
tn the pursuit of things that do not sat
isfy. The sons of light might well imi
tate those elements of wisdom in 4 their
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"There are no stopping-places on the
ladder of life etart climbing and keep
going." Such adyice was given the con
gregation of the-Pilgrim Congregational
church Sunday, y Rev Robert Murray
Pratt "The doctrine of the ladder-life
ia .final perseverance,' " he asserted.
"There are no stopping-placea on ladders
--iio conveniences for snatches of sleep.
A ladder is an Inconvenient thing for the
loll of the lasy, but a sure means of get
ting there for the vigorous soul of cor
duroy courage. Ladder-climbing ia good
exercise. It calls for the play of all fac
ulties; hands, feet and eyes are used in
mental concentration. Who reaches, to
climb, climbs to reach. And., when the
climbing--' ambition is motived by the di
vine smrit the significance of the words
of Paul la clear 'Exercise thyself untoJ
goaiiness. une sow neeas im gym
nasium. Limousine religion and air
plane philosophy may look pretty and
nave speed, but the soul suffer impov
erishment that is not practical as well
aa lofty, vigorous aa well as refined.
The parable of the porous plaster is per
tinent to the secret of success in ladder
cHmbing. It gets In its excellent ef
fective work by sticking to it Two op
posing armies. may be brave, but the de
termining factor in victory, other things
being equal, may be the time limit of
bravery. Be ambitious and be worthy.
Be not goody-goody, but good. Be busy
aa well aa buoyant. Be steady as well
aa strenuous. Keep climbing and carry
up the ladder of life that character
which Is life's living creed."
For the third successive Sunday the
organ recital at The Auditorium yester
day failed to pay expenses. Eight hun
dred people heard Lucten E. Becker at
the organ, and Warren-A. Erwln, vocal
soloist A program of popular organ
music was instituted.
Using the Bible text "And Enoch
Walked With God and Was Not," Dr.
Edward IL Pence, pastor of Westmin
ster Presbyterian-church, urged his au
dience Sunday night to make a greater
effort to be useful in this world by keep
ing the soul tn harmony with the su
preme being. "You can be respected
and honored by all you meet and still
not make others feel depressed when
you are around them," Dr. Pence said, "I
imagine that no questionable stories
were told when Enoch was around, but
that the men of that day used to sit
beside him on a log and talk over their
problems and used to feel as though the
load had been lifted from their hearts
when Enoch left There are a great
many Enochs in the world today. Many
of them do no realize that they are
helping someone else."
Dr. Pence also advised his hearers to
gain the willingness to be led by God.
"Let your soul feel and hear a few
things for you," he said. "The soul can
, feel and see farther than the fiesh. The
soul can see things too small and too
fine to be weighed on the smallest scale
or that can be seen with the eye. The
soul can see God. The trouble with
some of Us is that we don't want to Bee."
Dr. Pence also suggested that his
members inquire tntc the life of a man
who was able to bring so much of "that
something down here" that the Lord
said to him 'let's go hither through the
valley and climb yonder heights."
Ex-Representative Foster Dead -Olney,
111.. Oct 20 (U. P.) Former
Congressman M. D. Foster died at his
home here today. The funeral will be
held Wednesday afternoon.
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W. HODGSON, Manager,
NATIONAL GUARD, NOTES
Company H gave a moat enjoyable
dance at the Armory Friday night There
war good music and a wen arranged
hall... The committee was Sergeants
Ryan -and Wistrand, Corporals Smoth
ers, Flck, Doty and Nelson ; Privates
McPherren, syalo,; Hlckey, Moore and
tllrigh. Company H baa 120 members
aso Captain A. B. Clark and Lieuten
ants H. M. Beck and J. R. Means are
getting the entire c mmand up to first
The organisation of the quartermas
ter's corps, state of Oregon staff corps
and department was effected at the
Armory Thursday night by the entire
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We are: now in position to take care of all our
Customers as in the past, and if for any reason
our driver has not Called for your bundle please
call us by Phone at once.
614 Stock Exchange Building
membership of the aupnjy : company,
1824 United States infantry now in Ore
got (the old. Third Oregon)' enlisting as
a body. The officers are Major J. V.
Schura, United States disbursing officer;
Major Henry Hockenyoa, Captain C W.
Ackley, Captain H. P.' COffln. There
will be five first-class sergeants, five
sergeants and one - quartermaster-sergeant
The . ranking officer is Major
Scburs, bocause of his being In the
United States service aa United States
disbursing officer, but Major Hockenyos
will be directly In command.
The 'uniting of companies A and B.
Oregon engineers hr.s been effected with
Major William H. Emerlck in command
utitil a captain cat be Selected. During
the temporary absence of Major Emer
ick. Lieutenant C F. Pierce is ranking
wo t in
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officer. The-commissioned officers of
the two companies will be placed on the
unaasigned list of the national guard
of Oregon for the present - It Is neces
sary to , unite the two commands - in
order to comply with the orders of the
war department at Washington . and
secure recognition for arms and sup
plies. It Is expected that as soon as
one" company has been accepted and
armed that another company- will be
petitioned for. .4 ; '-v.
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