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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL PORTLAND, OREGON.
WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 1, 1920.
MEETS IN SEATTLE
ON DECEMBER 7
Discusilon of ' many Important
phases of the shingle industry will
take place at the fourth annual Red
Cedar Shingle congress, which will
hi held at'tlre New Washington hotel
In Seattle December !7 and 8, under
the auspices of the 'shingle branch
of the West Coast Lumbermen's as
sociation. '. . j v
Announcement of the congress dates
.has been made by J. 8. Williams, sec
retary of the lumbermen's association.
Many of the industrial and , business
leaders of the- West ( will : attend the
congress, wh'ch wilt precede the an
ri meeting of the shingle branch of
tli lumbermen's association, ,Decem
ber . - ,
' The purpose of the congress is to
discuttt all angles of the shingle and
allied industries. 1 Shingle-packing will
be one of the main matters for dls-
.eussion. The meeting .will be open to
all interested. . !
' Neil C. Jamison of I Everett will be
Chairman at the congress and . the prin
cipal speaker will be Findley M. Tor-
rence of Xenla, Ohio, secretary of the
Ohio. Association of .Retail Lumber
. Dealers. Torrence will speak on the
cooperation which Ohio dealers would
like to have With the producers of the
Other epcakers wilt ; be Robert An
derson. Logan, Utah i A. a Kerry,
Kerry. Or.; J. A. Scoalwell. Seattle;
W. W. Paulhamus. . Puyallup. Wash. ;
Foster LaBar, Ludington, Mich. ; "I W.
Baker and Lloyd Spencer, Seattle,
Louis J. Wilde, as
Mayor of San Diego,
Raps His Townsmen
LouU J. Wilde, whom Portland peo
ple have not forgotten, , seems to de
sire that the citizenry of San Diego,
where be now - reigns as mayor, shall
not permit him to pass from their rec
ollection when his term of office runs
out, as it Is soon to do..
Wilde apparently - is in the midst of
a fight in that sunny southern city.
Accordingly, a few days ago he took
his pen in hand and wrote a few lines
to the people of that municipality.
Starting' with the announcement that I
he does not expect to be a candidate
for mayor in the spring election, he
lays on for the benefit of certain in
terests whicft, judging from his re-
marks,, are trying to destroy the com
mission form of government now in
vogue there. He tells j his constituents
some plain- facts." I
"You are so stewed in this small
town . nagging." he writes, "that you
are running amuck with a bullfrog
race chart ordinance and the follies of
1120. Curative agency is lost sight of
entirely. Ton are blinded by the glit
tering folly of hobby. Buf the mayor
cannot get the unconscious side of
present day events awakened ..or be
fore you because of the hookworm In
difference of -a great majority and the
rattlesnake hatred of a penurious', mi
nority. Tou listen to the effeminate
side of men and the masculine side of
women. If there are any' brains here,
they have not put in an appearance.
Why don't you harness up for Teal
teamwork and build up a city Instead
of tearing down a village?"
Mayor Wilde says many other things
of like intent in his communication, but
those sentences quoted are sufficient
to show that bis. pen has lost none of
its. vitriol and hiatiicUon none of its
Burlingame's Term .
Too Long, Is Claim
Salem, Dec J. -Petition for a writ of
habeas corpus for the release of W, Bur
llngame. serving a sentence of from It
to 20 years in the state prison for obtain
ing, money under false pretenes, was
filed in the Marion county circuit court
Tuesday by Nettle Patterson. Burlingame
was sentenced by Judge Phelps of Uma
tilla county. The petition alleges that
Buriingame's sentence should not have
exceeded three years.
SUPREME COURT S
When the youngsters
" burst into the house
from school or play,
hungry as usual, give
them breadD i x i e
Bread they I need it
to build up strength
and energy, r
:- Bread, is your best,
food-r eat more of it.
Baking Co., Inc.
Bakers of Sunshine
..." i . .
, : Insure the Whole Family 1
New 20 Pay Life and Whole Life Plan
Assets .Nearly tl.&OO.OOaoO .
Artisans Bldgv Broadway and Oak St.
... Uaia 1229
Pastor Called to Capital
Lewiston. Idaho. Dec 1. Rev. J. D.
Keith, pastor of the Presbyterian church
at Lewlston, has accepted a call to one
of the larger churches r of Washington,
Klamath Valla, Dee.. 1. What Is
believed to be. one of the final
phases of a strife that has torn Kla
math county for more than a decade,
destroyed lifetime friendships, spilt
churches and fraternal organizations,
divided - families against themselves
and .incidentally put many dollars in
the pockets of attorneys and politi
cians, resulted Tuesday with news
that the supreme court reversed the
recent decision of "Judge Hamilton of
Roseburg favoring the Hot Springs
faction in the county court house
The old courthouse, w.itch has stood
for a generation at Fourth and Main
streets. long has been inadequate to
serve the needs of the county. When
it was decided to construct a new' build
ing, the Klamath Development company,
which was engaged in the building up of
the east end: of the city, offered an im
posing site in the Hot Springs addition,
which then was, and still is, some blocks
away from the main business -district
of the city. "
PEOPLE ASKED TO TOTE '
The people were asked to vote tnelr
choice between this and the old site at
Fourth and Main. They chose the Hot
Springs site. The cotfnty Wmlntotration
went ahead with the building and spent
more than $200,000. Before the work was
completed, however, Cotmty; judge
Hanks was elected., representing the
other faction. Before his term' expired
he started another building on , the bid
courthouse site, following which move
he was recalled from office aad County.
Judge Bunnell Installed. ' . 'ill -
Enough money had een turned:: over
by the Hanks administration to com
plete Courthouse No. t, with the aid; of
private subscriptions from friends of
that faction, so that, in spite of the
efforts of Bunnell and his colleagues,
the newest courthouse was completed
and ready for occupancy while the work
on' the' Hot Springs edifice. '.which I is
much more pretentious than, the Main
street building, was Ued up by Injunc
tions. ,; . :
OKK. JUDGE BALKS 4 '
Circuit Judge X. V. KuykendaU J of
Klamath county refused two years ago
to hear the various suits, the' principal
one of .which was the action of Contractor
Dougan of Portland to recover 145,000
spent in construction of the Mln street
courthouse. Judge F. M. Catkins of
Jackson county was .secured to act in
the matter. An affidavit of prejudice
was filed later against, him and Judge
Hamilton was selected.' Hisverdict in
favor of the Hot Springs element was
most emphatic. , . . ' i
In the meantime, with one courthouse
falling to pijces, another standing for
eight -years well along toward comple
tion, one new and ready to occupy, being
used temporarily to take care of the
overflow of public schools, the trials of
the circuit court, are being held In the
city halL i
Killed Overseas, Is
Buried With Honors
Last honors were given o the body of
Murle McNulty, private In Battery A.
147th field artillery, Monday afternoon
at the Mount Scott cemetery. The body
was escorted to the grave by a firing
squad and bugles to render military
honors. . -.'"!-'
McNulty was killed In France June 29,
MIS. Funeral services were conducted
by the Rev. W. T. Kerr from the Finley
chapel. McNulty is ' survived by his
father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. T. F.
McNulty of Qoy, Mont
Mary B.' Cosola ,
Mary Bitnott CosOla died at. her
home, 980 Congress street, November 2T.
The funeral was held from the Brethren
church November 29. Mrs. Cosola is sur
vived by her husband; Vito Cosola ; her,
mother, Mrs, J. J. Schechter of Portland,
three sisters and one brother.
' John A. Martin
: The funeral of John A. Martin was
held from his residence, 87 East Forty
seventh street, November 29. The , Rev
H. It. Bowman - conducted the service.
Martin died at his home November 26.
He Is survived by his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. William Martin; his sister, May
Martin, and two brothers, William and
James Martin. j
neral was from the Finley chapel No
vember 29. .The service was conducted
by the Rev. I). L. Fields. Muscott is
survived by his widow, Stella Muscott;
his parents, two sisters and one brother.
Frank II. Muscott .
Frank H- Muscottj 44. died at his
home. 284 McMillen street. November 26.
Muscott had been a resident of Oregon
for 10 years and was employed as a con
ductor for the S. P. Railroad. The fu-
. Miss Mary Hawkins
Miss Mary Hawkins, a pioneer of
Portland, died at the Nortonla hotel No
vember 28. in her eighty-first year. Miss
Hawkins came to Portland from Indi
ana in 1881 and had made her residence
here since. She was one of the oldest
living members of the First BapUst
church. Funeral services will be held
at the First Baptist church Wednesday
afternoon at 2 o'clock. The interment
wilt be at the Riverview cemetery. (
Ask Appointment of
Medford, Dec. L Claiming that the
local county prosecutor would be more
or less subject to influence and opinion,
citizens of Jacksonville are circulating a
petition to be presented to Governor Ol
cott for the appointment of a special
prosecutor to try the Bank of Jackson
ville cases, -which come up at the Febru
ary term of circuit court.
The petition .sets forth that such ap
pointment would be in, the interest of a.
Rawles Moore, the newly elected coun
ty prosecutor, has an open mind, he told
the committee which called on s him to
ask about a special prosecutor. He Is
not. adverse to a special prosecutor, but
will begin at once collecting data and
evidence for the prosecution of the cases.
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ealth to- BREA
Here's to the food Aatj starts the day as it jehdsit, with good cheer; the food
that contains more actual nutriment, ounce for ounce, than any other; the food
that lends delicious variety to your meals for least expense. Saver
Budget in many homes. ; 4jj j j
Food that gives the infant' his first taste of grown-up fare provides
for the young, fortifies those at high noon to bear
keeps the old folks hearty and vigorous. I .
their burdens gallantly;
Food of Foods for all ages
And Your Most Economical Fodid. Eat More of It !
MASTER BAKERS ASSOCIATION
OF OREGON !
No Swollen Hands
When You Wash
4 Puffed hands, red and. aching aire unknown
to the housewife whose washing is done, in
i an Electric Washer.
She is also just as unfamiliar with other.
f present-cfay laundry problems for the Electric
f .Washer solves them all.
Have Plenty of Clean Linens
You, need not deprive yourself of generous 1
use of clean linens and personal lingerie when you'
have an Eletric Washer. All are quickly and
easily washed the. Electric way and there is prac
tically no wear so gentle but thorough is the ac
tion of the machine. -
4 You'll save yourself many a dollar and many
a worry, by. purchasing your machine now. We
invite you to inspect our jine. V '
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