Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914, July 18, 1912, Image 1

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LEMS, MULTNOMAH CO., OREGON, THURSDAY. JULYIKf, 1912._________________________ Vol. IQ.
A. & W. Team Defeats Oregon Cities Well Repre­
Portland Ravens—Second | sented in B. I’. 0. E. Par­
Game Required 15 Snappy ade-Great Activity in all
Lines throughout State.
( By Grimm)
Th« lam Is team of th« A A W.
league defeated the Portland Raven«
Sunday by th« score of 4 to 0. Ttie
Kama wa« ««II play««I, neither aide
making a single error until the eighth,
when the visitor« made two allowing
two rune.
The other came on a frit.
Lents «cored the fir»t run in the third
as a result ol two «ingle«, a ««crifice
and a stolen >»»•«. I'hel>e»t tiie visitors
could do wa« to wee second liase as Malt
Boland allowed them only a few «.at-
tared hit« The team worked like ma
chinery not one error lieing made. The
tine support given Matt wa« the only
thing that gave him a shut-out victory.
The feature of the game was Teddy
dietin'« remarkable running one-hand­
ed stab in the first inuing.
Shortly after the first game was over
the Giants trotted out upon the field
determin'd to win another game. Only
four regular Giants were there ready to
play, so five of the "second team" men
were chosen to till the vacancies
Among those picked were Johnson.
Gelhing, Stevens,
M. Boland and
Grimm ami they ¿were there with the
goods a* the following account of the
game will signify.
The Tiiums Cress team started out
by makiug two rune tn the first frame
a» a result of a walk, a sacrifice, and
two singlra. l-enta (ailed in her half as
did also the visitors in the *econd and
third, in tiie fourth however, they an­
nexed two more on one hit and two er­
rors, and the score liaiked decidedly
Neither side w as ahis to
Connect in the fifth.
In the sixth,
Stellar, fielding on the part of the lo­
cals, prevented another score for the
visitors. In the last of the sixth, l-ents
began to wake up and when the swat­
fest was over three runners had crossed
the rubber. "Red" Lund, the tall six
footer from Arleta who was on the
mound for tin locals, settled down and
pitched steady ball from then on. In
the last of tiie seventh Kellar tie.) tiie
score vn Grimm's slashing single
through short and the deadlock was on.
After the «eventli inning all the oppos­
ing players could do was Io secure eight
goose-eggs in the lucky thirteenth the
visiting pitcher tired down and asked if
the game could not be called a tie, but
Ixinls wanted to win. Nevertheless it
was agreed to call the game at the end
of the sixteenth if neither side had
But no euch agreement was
necessary. In the last of the fifteenth
Gulliford flew to right, Kellar singled
and stole second from where he «co ed
ou Johnson pinch hit over second.
Never Indore have the fans l>een treated
to such a liattle royal lietween two
pitchers. Lund held the visitors score-
lea« for tiie last eleven innings, while
Robbins held the locals for seven be­
fore the fatal fifteenth.
Next Bunday there will be another
double-header the first game starting
promptly at 1:30. The l.eagnrs will
play Clackamas and the Giants will line
up against the Eagles for the third tune.
Each team has won a game and this one
shows who has the better team.
still the l.eagura are called the "second
“TTsocial dance is announced for Sat­
urday evening in the Grange Hall. A
Ix'nts orchestra of five pieces will furnish
tiie music and a royal good time is as­
sured all who attend.
Tickets will lie
50 cents.
Names of 1000 Ex-Kansan'a.
Address, 11. A. Damali, t.ents $
I Oregon.
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Each section is want to Imast its own
Portland, Or. July IK (Special I —Com­
munity spirit was demonstrared to a re­ J advantage« and you often hear much
mark« bla extent by Oregon cities al the about big potatoes and the great yield
recent Elks convention in tills city thereof per aero. But, it takes Iarnts
This was one of the moat noticeable soil to beat the world. Not only do po­
features of the gathering. The various tatoes bere yield exceptionally well and
places where Elka lodges exist made a grow to big proportions, but they thrive
«urprisitrgly good showing in the big I so well that in some cases there is not
Elka parade that opened wide the eyes | room enough in the ground for them.
of Portlanders and of visitors.
This is the case on John Huntington*«
Those who have believed Oregon to be place in Shadywood Park, where he has
a state with one city changed their ■ hill of potatoes with none in the
minds when they saw the parade and ground and 52 of the tubers growing
tiie loug column of Elks from the four and clinging to the vine. This is not
corners of the state sweep al ng Port­ the only vine in this tract where the
land's streets. The active aupporl of same applies, as he has others, but the
the state cities made the |>ara*le the big ’ one mentioned in particular is the one
success it proved.
The occasion fur­ i that had produced the greatest yield.
ther proved how much Portland relies
on its friends in the interior in accom­
plishing any really big thing.
Tillman Reuter, who makes grain
grow on the serni arid lamia of Central
Oregon wiiers none grew before, does
not want any oue to over-look the
forthcoming International llry Farming
Congress to lie held at Lethbridge, Al­
The regular monthly meeting of Lent«
berta, tie to tier 21 28.
He is collecting ' Grange came last Saturday. Attendance,
exhibits <d the products Oregon grows probably due to the season and the
by dry-farming, and, as usual, expects farmer*« being so much occupied, was
to win the leading prises with products «mailer than for a long time.
of Oregon dry farms. lie has got into visitors assisted to make up the audience.
the habit of winning firsts for this slate After til« dinner hour the regular lert'ire
and expects to repeat bis success this program w is taken up. Mrs. Otto Katz-
ky presented a paper on child training
Heaside, which grows prix« dahlias, which was discussed bv several mem tier«.
will have a dahlia rlsiw August 21 and Mrs. McNeal also read a selection reiat-
25. There is a movement on foot to , ing to the moral growth of children.
make Seaside known as the "Dahlia Musical selections were given by Misses
City.” It is claimed that nowhere else | Jean Fairbanks „nd Edith Turner and
do the tliowers reach such perfection.
Fhirence Getliing Clyde Cox gave a
Scouring Interior Oregon, picking out recitation. Considerable time was given
tiie liest r< utes for a flying squadron of to discussion of Hie county fair and tiie
automobiles tliat will make the run to plans for making a grange exhibit.
Ijtkeview late in August for the conven­
tion of the Central Oregon Development
la-ague, is a parly of men interested,
headed by C. C. Chapman, secretary of
tiie Oregon Development league. This
path-finding trip is occupying two week»
of strenuous road-tinding and map­
M. K. Hedge anil Emil Otto, two lo­
Preliminary plans are going forward
cal amateur wrestlers will meet in a
for making the Pacific Northwest land
finish match tonight nt the Ld« Theatre
Prqdticts Show, to lie held in Portland
a« per schedule.
The scenery on the
Nov. 18-25, the biggest ami most success­
Isis stage lias Isen removed, the mat
fill land show ever given west of the
secured, and everything is in n-adiness
Rocky Mia.
Tiie management is get­
for an interesting bout.
ting in touch witli commercial liodies
While taitli contestants are only aim-
and individual exhibitors of tiie terri­
U'tirw at the wrestling game, they are
tory to be represented snd promises of
husky young men and are out to win.
lilieral support sre tieing received. This insures a bang-up good match.
Everv district of the Northwest states
Both men have been doing considerable
has au opportunity in this "dirt show"
road work and are iu go<ai condition so
for valuable exploitation.
far as staying qualities are concerned.
Oregon and Washington nurserymen,
From tiie tact that Ixitli an- local busi­
at their meeting just held, determined
ness men, elean cut ami popular, the
to wsge a vigorous campaign for mem match is attracting much attention and
tiers during the coming year, ro that a record bnwkiiig attendance is expect­
when the American Association of ed.
Hedge lias a slight advantage in
Nurserymen meets in Portland next weight, but Hi« opponent is built more
June, tiie visitors will lie met by strong along tiie lines of the professional and to
delegations from the two Northwest all apia'araiices they an* evenly matched.
states. It is hoped tv swell the enroll­
Tin* regular run of motion pictures
ment of the Oregon-Washington Asso­ will be included during the evening and
ciation of Nurserymen to 500 bv next tiie price of admission will la- 2i cents.
Firemen Will Give IceCream Local and Personal Items of | Home and Contents Totally
Destroyed Saturday Eve-
Social Friday Evening— the People In and About
Lents Band Will Be Fea­ That Busy and Growing ening—Fire Department
Does Good Work.
ture of Occasion.
There is a royal good time in store
Mr. and Mrs. Max Schneider enter­
for tiie good citizens of Len's next Fri­ tained at their country Inane at Damas­
day evening, the occasion being an ice cus last week, Mr*, ami Mis* Petry, of
cream »octal given by the Lent» Volun­ Kan Francisco.
teer Fire Itepartmeut and a band con- j Tiie new street sign* are a great im­
provement to the town.
cert by the 1-enU Concert Band.
The treasury of the fire department ; Mr». Robert Lanadown, of Cottrell,
visited her Mister, Mrs. C. E. Bustier,
wss depleted when the chemical engine
last Tuesday.
was purchased and the bovs are giving
Born—To Mr. and Mrs. George Cu­
the social with a view of obtaining a
few dollars f r incidental expenses sick, a daughter at tia-ir home at Cor-
While the expenses of recharging the l>ett. Mrs. Cusick was Mis» Laura
tanks on the engine are comparatively Biirkhobler and was well known in
Gresham where «lie made her home for
small the members of the department
do not fell like footing the bills from several yean.
Misees Maude Michel, Hope Ander­
their persona) funds and it is hoped
that every citizen of Lenta will attend; son, Ethel Calkins and Margaret Sehan-
the social and give the fire fighting tin were successful in the recent state
examinations and have received their
fund a substantial boost
The feature of the evening will be one year papers.
the initial appearance of the I-ents Con­
Mr. and Mr». Nelson will move into
cert Band before I-ent« people.
Al­ the house on Rolierta Ave., formerly oc­
though the organization played in Port- cupied by Pughs.
Ian i all last week and was heard by
Mrs. T. R. Howitt traded her lot on
many, comparatively few Lente people Maple avenue to C. E. Pugh for one in
have enjoyed the treat, and their con­ Zenith addition on Fourth street and
cert Friday evening will he a treat to Mr Pugh sold the lot on Maple avenue
lovers of music. Prof. Thielke and the to Mr. Whitehead, of Portland.
members of the band have donated
Mrs. Harve Metzger was operated on
their services for the evening free of
last Tuesday at tiie Good Samaritan hos­
charge and will assist the fire depart­
pital and at last reports was resting easy.
ment in every possible manner.
Miss Winnifred Hopkins, who has
The social snd concert will be held at
the public play-ground, commer cing at >»*11 visiting friends in Salem has return­
M o’clock, at which time the opening ed.
numtier by the band will be rendered.
Ice cream ami cake will tie provided for
all and there is no excuse for any one
staying away for fear that the supply
will be diminished.
Remember the date i« Friday evening,
July 1!*, and the place the public play­
ground. Plenty of ice cream, cake ami
music will be served for the small sum
of IV cents.
At the Eair Directors meeting Tues­
day ths committee was instructed to ask
bids for tiie erection of a machinery i
hall and also for an entrance arch and
On the verge of atarvrtion a woman
Ml years old, named Colman, was found
yesterday in the woods atxiut a mile
from Boring, and was so weak that »lie
could not walk. Tiie Red Cross ambu­
lance was called and made the run to
Boring, thence to Oregon City. Little le
known of the woman, Some time ago
■lie located there with her husband, but
s short time Isler her husband deserted
her. She wss living in a tent and when
the supplies in store were exhsusted she
iisd no means of securing more.
was accidentally discovered yesterday
by people walking iu tiie woods.
turnstile. The machinery hall will be
40x100, to lie built on the grounds
southeast of the main pavilion. Tiie en­
trance will tie placed at the end of Fifth
The committee on advertising was
instructed to get busy, ami it is expected
in a feW days the country will be pla­
carded for the Mill nomsh County Fair
to be held at Gresham, October 2-5.
Secretary Kardell has just mailed out
I5IX) copies of the new premium list.
He would like to get one into each home
in the county, and asks any desiring a
copy to phoneor mail request.—Outlook
Don't forget the ice cream social and
hand concert F.iday evening for the
benefit of the l^nti Volnnter Fire l»e-
partment. The liand concert will lie a
tre't and you can well afford to spend a
few cents for the benefi tof the fire fight­
ing force.
No. 26
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Pugh will lie sorry to hear of their re­
moval from Gresham to Vancouver,
B. C.. wliere Mr. Pugh is engaged in
the wholesale bakery husinesa. The
boys Russell and Lonnor will remain
here this slimmer and will attend school
here next winter.
Felde McColl, of Portland, visited his
mother last week.
Ralph Kepler, of Portland, spent the
week end with his grand parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Congdon.
The sympathy of all the people of
Kelso is with C. A. Johnson, whose
house liuriHil Monday evening. Julyflth.
The bouse was being fumigated afterthe
d< ii th of his daughter which occurred a
few weeks ago. and it is thought the tire
started from the fumigation.
Mrs. Ixiuis Ritzer, of Boring, visited
in Gresham last week.
Mr and Mrs. E. E. Sleret. of Port­
land. visited relatives in Gresham this
Dr. A. Thompson is having his house
moved to the rear of his property and
will erect a new ntddence <m the part
facing Roberts avenee.
Will Hockinson has a new Ford ear.
The Gospel Temperance meeting held '
at the Tremont Camp Grounds by the
Mount Scott W. C. f. U. was a very
enjoyable occasion. The af ernoon pro­
gram opened with a Bibl lesson show­
ing tiie Evangelism of I he W. C T U.
in a clear and interesting way. Mrs.
Clark spoke on the “Do Every Thing
Policy" of the organization. In a very
instructive and entertaining manner
M a. J. W. Wilkins handled the subject
of Christian Citizenship in an able man­
ner illustrating a model program for
Church qrork along this line.
Rev. George Carr gave an inspiring
talk on the outlook over the state.
Mr». Mary Mallet, th« county president
gave an interesting talk on the Evan­
gelistic side of the work.
A quiet lunch between ses ions was
enjoyed by a number of the mem lie re
Those who missed the evening lecture
There will be a meeting of those in­
missed a great treat.
Seldom lias it
terested in the organization of an ath­
lieen our privelege to listen to a more
Rev. Conklin and family are spending rousing, entertaining and inspiring lec­ letic club held next Tuesday evening at
their anuual outing, at Seaside.
Mrs. ture than the oue given by Rev. the store of J. C. Mount & Son, at
which time the committee on by-laws
Conklin will probably remain there for Clarence True Wilson.
a month, while her husband will return
Any short review of it would not do will report and a permanent organiza­
tion will be formed.
to till his Sunday appointment.
justic“ to either theme or speaker. Mr.
It is the intention at present not to
Wilson was at his liest and that is say- <
extensively in a room or equip­
Mrs. Hugh Eague was brought home ing a great deal The audience, al- i
Wednesday from the Good Samaritan though n >t as large as it should have ment for the same until it is ascertain­
Hospital, win-re site recnetly submitted been, was very appreciative, ««frequent ed just how many members can be se­
to a surgical operation
Site is «till applause plainly showed. The Au iito- cured and how much rent will have to
be payed for a hall.
weak tiut is gaining rapidly.
riutn should have been peeked. Mt.
It is the plan of a majority of those
Scott W. C. T. U. will meet again July I
in the movement to secure
Members will go from Lents at
Gsotge Taeley and family have moved 24.
that is suitable and install
into I. F. Coffman’s residence on Camp­ 10:80. Picnic lunch at noo i. A most
only those things that are absolutely
bell street Mr. laeleyis one of the
necessary, until later on in the season
directly after lunch
guards at Kelly Butte.
Each member and visitor is invited when it is expected to fully equip an
athletic hall. All those in attendance
The young daugl.ter of Mr. snd Mrs. to represent some flower either in some at the previous meeting and interested
Wsrren Kilbori.e is centime i in a Port­
in the movement are urged to be pres­
land hospital, as the result of a broken will be given o tiie one that guesse« ent at the next regular meeting.
collar hone, the result of falling from a
A very full attendance is desired, all
horse at Scott’s Mills.
the new member« esperialy urged to at
Chas, Breshesrs, a memiier o’ the
I tend
lx*nts Fire Department made a record
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Lowe, «f Portland,
breaking run on tiie evening ol th-' re
visited in tins city during tiie week, be­
Tiie installation of the newly elected [ cent tire. He was at Kellv It tte at the
ing the guests of Mr. and Mrs. 1. F.
Coffman. Mr. Lowe holds a position officers of the la-nts Ijnlye, 1. O. O. F. i time the blaze was first noticed.
were installed Tuesday evening by D 8<w the Hame« and started f-.r town in
witli the 8. P, Co.
D G M , Jo» Kli'i'-nwn. The follow marathon fashion, resi-hirig here in time
ing was held: N. G, D. L. Filley; to assist in polling the <-hein<i-al envine
W. H. Fearuley, a pahrmaciet of V. «».. A. E. Wasner, Secretary, T. C. to the scene of the birr.«
He i- some
Seattle, has accepted a position with the C-x ; Tress in r. F R. Peterson; Fi­ what «ure for th • fast a id will or >ha-
Mt. Scott Drug Co, suit will remain with nance Committee. G II. Schermerhorn. b v not attempt auoth-r lix- f at fur a
that firm during the summer season.
I Cha* Kir-ctunman »ml N. Girling.
few day»
A residence belonging to Mrs Bar­
ker, situated on 9th Ave and occupied
by the Mclaiin family caught fire Sat­
urday evening about ’J:3<) o’clock and
was totally destroyed. The origin of
the fire is unknown, as at the time the
member« of the McLain family were
in Portland attending the closing fes­
tivités of the B P. O. E convention.
The fire is known to have originated in
a bed room butfarther than that nothing
is known. Mrs. Barker had had the
residence insured, the insurance run'
ning out just a few day» ago.
The McLain family moved into the
house only a few days prior to the blaze
and their loss was total except a camera
owned by Mr. McLain that he kept in­
sured, being a photographer by pro­
That adjoining residences were de­
stroyed was due to timely and valiant
work rendered by the members of the
Lents Volunteer Fire Department.
The alarm had no sooner been sounded
than the chemical engine was rushed
to the scene of the blaze, and while it
was too late to attempt to save the
Barker residence, excellent work was
performed i n protecting adjacent
houses Many of the members of the
department were in Portland at the
time, but those who were here worked
in a heroic manner and ably demon­
strated the value of the chemical en­
gine recently purchased from Kern
Park- A bouse adjoining the Barker
residence was on fire in many places
and to save it seemed impossible but
the excellent work of the chemical ex-
tinquished the flames in a manner that
elicited praise from all, and it is the
, verdict of all who witnessed the blaze
that other destruction would have been
rendered had it not been for the chem-
; ical.
Kelso, Or , July 16.—C. A Johnson's
residence was burned to the ground on
the night of July 8th between 11 and 12
o'clock The family was at the time
sleeping in a tent while the house was
being fumigated It is believed that
the fire resulted from the fumigation.
Very little of the household goods were
saved and the insurance on the house
was small. Only a week previous Mr.
Johnson's daughter died and the family
has the sympathy of the community in
this added misfortune.
Clatin E. Fish, youngest son of Mr.
and Mrs, V. H Fish, met with quite a
serious accident July 6, while deliver­
ing for Roberts Bros.
He was riding his wheel on 2nd and
Taylor Sts., when an auto, driven by
Mr. Barzu. collided with him throwing
him 20 ft. or more and landing him on
the car track.
Had it not been for the batten in the
sack which he was carrying he might
have fared a good deal worse By landing
on the batten he escaped with a broken
collar bone, a dislocated shoulder, a
bruised hip and a cut in the back of his
head, the cut being so deep that an
artery had to be taken up and four
rtitches were required to close the
wound. It will be remembered that
Mr. Fish was a graduate of the Lents
school a year ago He is improving at
this writing and wishes to thank old
school mates and friends for kindness
showen him and for the beautiful flowers
brought in
The hundred« of Lents people who
witnea-e-i the B. P O E. parade in
Pnrtlaii'i last Thursday are nnanimous
in the opinion that it was by far the
lH*»t event ->1 like nature ever witnessed
m ih • ............... »«st It waa a treat sel­
dom -eeii i i a life time and worth going
in nv mile« to witneea.
everv Im-in *a hoiiaein l .«nta waa closed
during tti- day all iwing all to witness
tiie «pectm'ular event.