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BEAVER STATE HER ALD
LENTS, MULTNOMAH CO., OREGON, THURSDAY, JANURARY 16 1913
Subscription, $1.00 a Year.
CONTEST INTEREST GROWING
NEW NAMES ARE NUMEROUS
THE SILENT DELEGATION.
Parents of Wayward Boys Dimick and Thompson Pre
And Girls Will be Called on
pare to Lead Fight to Se
to Explain Why They Are
cure Passing of Bills Over
Thirty-five People named Already and Others in View,
torcycle Takes General Attraction. Votes Will
be Announced From Next Week Till Close
Nice results are being shown already
by the contestant» in ilie new conteat,
Mr. Mark Conklin wa» the first contrat*
ant to drpiadl vtiliarripttoii money; Fred
Heiman wa» second and Fri da Alplanalp
waa third, In another iviluinu will lie
found tlie name« of nominee« to this
date. Otla-r naimw will prolmbly la- ad
ded from time to time until the Contest
gets well «imler way.
During the next week a letter of in-
tristuction will 1» addrmaed to all con
testant« and any of tlioar who have not
received order blanks will |>l«*aM< notify
ua and they will be sent at once.
planation will ato«> ba made <>( our two
coiiiion »ystems, adiUtional to that run
each week in Tin- Herald.
feature» give additional opportunity for
M< uring vote«.
Ws suggest that cm 1 tea tents make a
careful study of The Herald. Few coun
ty i>aiM-ni contain the various commend
able <h-|«artinent» ax well suetained ax
tin«y are in The Herald. The front page
to always well filhsl with good reliable
news. The iariou» country de|«artmenla
furnished by correspondent«. 1» unexcel-
l««l anywhere in the state.
to raaentially a local ucw»pa|>er, that is
it attempts to give news relative to peo
ple near the plare of publication or with
in ths county.
But it« xeeond page
i>re«enU a wide range of news in brief
from all over the country. Tlie column
of “news noUsa" to well calculated to
kcei> busy people iiif<>rnie<l of lendenciM
of II»- tin»«-», rag,- three to a continua
tion of world news. Page six usually lias
agiMxtHlory, which by the way to fre.
uuentiy a very high class piece of work.
Other column» ol this page are devoted
to U m - home, farm improvements, live
stock. the dairy. poultry. »«•< general in
formation. In abort, Tin- Herald to an
old round newspaper, which if carefully
read from cover lo cover will keep any-
out* in touch with what is going on and
keep him well informed. All this to slip
pliol for only one dollar a year, fifty
cents for six month», twenty-five cents
lor three months, and half v tniicli more
to foreign readers.
If you have been contemplating entry
into tlie contest do not delay but get
your name up.
FOSSLER MARKE F
The Fussier market is coming to be
so popular that the proprietor contemp
late* putting on a night shift.
day trade opened up at 4:30 a. rn. Mr
Fussier was not preparrel for the rush
.nd th. case seeinrei to demand action.
He and hi. |>artnrr, somewhat scant>1»
attired made a quick answer tn the call
and meet the visitor preparing t<» leave
with a week’s supply of provision-
But on the way Mr. Fussier got ruix««d
up with a lol of lumber, a .and pile,
and other iaiplimeuta.
reaced the market door in time to greet
the early necr with an upper cut wnich
found la ding in the region of the visi
tor*. eye. but be got a well directed re
turn which for the time put him out of
Before Fussier got over
the sand pile and Williams cauie to,
the visitor bad left without his shorts
He may have it anytime he
calls. By the way, Fowler intends to
cultivate the habit of sleeping with his
lioots on. He sa)S if he had a couple of
guns, a bull dog, some flash lights, two
(tail long tMxits and an ulster coat or
two, he might entertain hi. early cus
tomers in a manner more satisfactory to
himself it not to th. other (ellow.
AARON FOX Gt IS CON
ÎRACT FOR SUPPLIES
CONST ABLt WISE SENATE SCENE
MAKES STATEMENT OE FIGHT TODAY
• »- A w .
PROF. LOWE SEES POMPEII, PAL-
ERMO AND THE CATACOMBS
Allowed to Carouse Nights
Governor’s Vetoes of 1911.
It ha. been a long time since Lents
had any officer of the law announce
their intention, of looking after tire pro
tection of the people of the community
ax re|<eated report» »eem» to indicate is
a necessity. In tire first place thereto
entirelv too much disregard of tlie feel
ings or others not only on tbe streets,
but in public halls and meetings.
ticular mention is made of a bunch of
smart young boys who congregate at the
station, along the car line and indulge
in remarks to the girl, and young women,
ex|«cialiy, as they leave the cars. Izrud
and ungen tieman I y talk or conversation
suggestive of improper thoughts have
been all too common.
Boys and girl,
roam around on the street, at unseemly
hours of tlie night without any excuse
whatever and not only a risk to them
selves but a menace to respectible people
who may liave to be out late at night
from some good cause.
It may ax well tie known now as later
that Constable Wise intends to make an
example of some one shortly, and par
ent. who have children who will not or
who have not been required to stay at
home, an- advised that they are taking
a risk of having to appear before tlie ju
venile court, or the justice court, and
make explanation, if poeeible, why tiiey
should not be placed in the care of the
county or state detention officers.
particularly important that girl, who
nave been in the habit of trailing the
streets at night instead of being at home
helping their mothers or devoting them
selves to «»me sort of self improvement
should consider their improprieties, for
they are just as liable to be called upon
fur an explanation as noia; or rude
SALEM, OREGON, JANUARY Ik-
War to tbe finish will he declared to
morrow tietween conflicting factions of
ths State Senate when the Governor’s
vetoed bilie come up for final disposition
an 1 determination will lie res- hed as to
whether Governor West or Treasurer
Kay will have a dominating influence
in that body.
It is generally conceded that one or
tao of tbe bills which will be voted
upon will either spell a deatbknell to
much of tbe Weet program or at least
disclose the strength of his hand.
When the judiciary committee today
met for a final consideration of vetoed
Senate bills the two that affect tbe ad
ministration vitally were given long
consideration. These are bills which
were introduced in 1911 by Wood, of
Washington. One provides that it
shall be unlawful for any official, trustee,
manager, director or superintendent or
board of commissioners of any public
institution to create a deticien y.
LENIS INVENTOR HAS
Emergency Board May Save.
In event of a deficiency where tbe life
of the institution is imperiled a board
of emergency including the Governor,
Secretary of State and State Treasurer,
with tbe Speaker of tbe House Presi
dent of tbe Senate and the chairmen of
tbe two ways and means committees,
may meet and cover such an emergency.
Any other means of covering an insti
tutional deficiency carries a heavy pen
alty under the bill. Tbe othe«- Wood
hill prevents the Secretary of State
from auditing a claim for which there is
West is opposed to these two bills.
Kay ia heartily in favor of them, ac
cording to numerous statement» made
in tbe judiciary committee meeting to
The committee itself is split on the
matter, there being three in favor «>(
tbe bills and three against. Bean was
absent, but be said tonight, bow« vex,
that be is in favor of sustaining 1 ie
NOV. 3u. 1912.—Pompeii to the most I out at ail.
No laying aside overcoats
interesting spot I have seen in all my . here I see that plain enough.
travels. Wonderful! wonderful! won | undoubtedly have those beautitul Italian
Troutdale jieople rejoice in the auceean
skies and balmy, delightful breezes in
derful ! walking along the very streets,
of their local merchant, Aaron Fox. hav and treading on the very pavement» ” o vuturner lime the same as we have
in Portland, but they are entirely out
W est friends See Fate.
ing secured the contract for county sup worn deep hv chariot wheels 190H years
of order at this season of the year I
Dimick and Thompson intend to lead a
plies for the next six month..
J. M. Cadwell is the inventor of two
find, though it never freezes here as
fight to secure the passing of these bills
in cuu>|>etition with Meier A Frank, wails, with colors as bright as though it does in Portland, I can tell that by very practical household conveniences.
over tbe Governor’s vetoe-«. If tbe fight
they bad been placed
there ves- the vegetation. As it is out of the ques
Old» A King, Everding A Farrell, and terday.
A place of about 10,000 it tion to try to talk to those dummies One is a new style substantial ironing is won it will mean that the Governor
has not much chance in the Senate with
Sperry Flour Co. and Armour A Co., on must have l>een, a country seat for tbe
PRIZES TO BE EXHIBITED.
here, I have to draw my own conclu table which folds up into small form. his general program. This much is
The county farm wealthy, judging from the elegance of sions about everything.
I'm surelv in The other is a table designed for camp
Arrangement has tiern mail« for »»me part of the auppliea.
conceded even by some of bis friends.
the houses. The streets are all narrow, a foreign land now and no mistake.
of the prizes to be on exhitat most of is located close to Troutdale and it
the two principal ones tunning at right Haven't heard an English word spoken ers and banquet halls, or for home use.
the time. Tlie motor cycle is now on show aeema just that some of the county or-
angles, l>eing shout 12 ft. from curb to since I came here and don’t expect to I It is light, strong, and packs away so
at various time» during the
oon- den* at least, should go to that town.
curb, The side walks are all raised about hear one on the Island. Tbe reason is I neatly that a four foot table will form a
ta-st. The piano likewise will be brought
a foot above the street and on the main obvious This is out of the regular line ' bundle four feet long, 4 inches thick
out during the last month.
Lack of The bid made by Mr. Fox wax over »»•0
thoroughfares are about four feet wide
convenient place lai make a satisfactory Oloaer on the $2000 order than by any
,o,nn*t travel, very few Americans i and 8 inches wide. He has patents
In manv of the st reels, however, they are visiting
here. s<i they have no occasion i pending.
display is th" reason for not having of the other.
only about three ft. wide on one side,
Yet with the \
them all the time.
and from one and one half to two ft. I to learn the language.
few Italian word. I’ve picked up I make
Mr and Mrs M. C. Reed, ofPortiand
| on the other. The pavements are made j
THE EILER PIANO IS WELL
. it alright. But i’ve seen enough of the
visited the Misses. Shoemaker from
of large blocks of stone of all sba}>ee. the , "Italian»’’ and as»oon as I get on board
known in Lenta. It, or one of the same
Saturday to Monday.
largest I notice»! lieing about four ft, the vessel I’m going to ait right down
style ami value, was on exhibit here
Miss Nellie Fox, county librarian,
long ami two feet wide.
Everywhere and forget every Italian word I ever
last spring for ten weeks and received
visited the Gresham library Tueedav.
along the streets were fountains about iknew.
unanimous approval from every one
Mrs. A. H. Gould went to Portland
four ft. square anil three ft high, the
I got a nice room here however for |
that tried it.
Its quality of tone, its
Tueaiay to see her son-in-law, A. G.
walls always l>eing of single slabs of L 2. but living is expensive, a equate
style and finish all were highly com
«tone and standing there as perfect ap
An eight monthsold Rhode Island Re«i Pullen, who is still quite ill.
» meal at a restaurant running from 2)y
Miss Grace Lawrence has resigned
parently as the day they were made i I to 34 L. and while some of the dishes ■ Pullet belonging to Master Bowen Faith
Since planning to give an
The l.ents Parents Teachers' Aseocla- Pottery of every sha|>e and size from
: of Clemson 8t. has a record. Hereggsare her position as secretary of the Mult
tion will bold its regular monthly meet great earthern jars that wonld hold 50 I
EAGLE MOTOR CYCLE
nomah and Clackamas County Mutual
1 able, but the only way one can know I of exceptional site but when slie plact-d a
ing at the Lenta school Friday after-1
We have bad a large number of experi noon at 2:30 o'clock. An interesting gallon to small drinking cups was found that, is to try them and while they I 8x7 7-8 inch egg to her credit the other Telephone Co. and Mi-s Eva Anderson
has been elected to tbe position.
All the smaller articles
enced motor cycle |*ople commend the
don’t get me the second time on the »lay it was thought to be of sufficient
program has been arrange«! ami it ia I
Robert McKarrow, who has been
»election of an ’’Eagle.”
Tbe style, imped that a goodly number will lie that the tourist could carry away have same dish thev're sure to catch n>e on importance to give her some public no
lieen putin the museum but hundreds of <ome other. I must sav, however, that tice. She is a pet and has developed a working at Bull Run, came down this
wearing quality, am! j»iwer are all win present
week for a few days.
the larger ones are standing around in
ning pointe with people who know
they construct a doughnut here that’» whim for the society of human beings
Rotiert l-ansdown. of Cottrell, was a
the rooms everywhere.
You must re
about motor cycle quality.
pretty hard to heat.
As to pie, they and declines to associate with the feath Gresham visitor Monday.
member that all the roofs, excepting
ered inhabitants of the barnyard.
»ay that the fellow who gets that ma
the arched ones, h id caved in, hut al)
Miss Ethel Wilkinson has received a
chine as a prise, will have a lot of rea
of all kinds are up to the standard, neat has been located -on tbe back porch
that rubbish has been removed, and the
where special preparhtions have been teachers certificate and will teseb a
son to congratulate themselves for their
though pretty expensive
spring term near Sandy.
rooms are as clean as the day the good
There is nothing beautiful about this made for her convenience.
Mr and Mrs. Lewie Shattuck enter
house wife last swept them. Wherever
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Hut—The essential thing now ia to
fine pictures were found on the walls town.nd bayfrem^em^ntoinx'ure-
tained with a five hundred party last
get into the race. Don’t lie the last one
There were enough
to present some one's name, and don't
present to make seven tables.
large temp!.-, two theatres and an I iX^n^
b<- backward if you waul to try it your
large temple-, two theatres and an
course lune" was served and every one
self. Just fill out a nominating blank
What might hava la-en a very serious
expreseec themselves as having passed
and send it in at once and get your accidi-ntoccurred Saturday night. The immense amphitheatre for gladiatorial the first I ve seen since leaving Hono
a pleasant evening.
The prizes were
50l)u votes as a la-giiming.
That will bakers had removed a large uuanity of j combats, etc., give ns some idea of the 1 lulu, and the |>apvrus plant, the first I
social spirit of that time.
won by Miss Mabel Thomas and Mr.
put yon on the list of candidates and ashes and half btirmsi coals.
I Uimight St. Peters’ at
Manv of the bake ovens are still in Rome waa about the most beautiful
The following were present:
}M-«ple will begin to deposit their enpons the gas rising from the slnmhering I kix
to your credit.
Several people have of tire and aalii-s wax of a poisonous na tact and the hand mills by which they thing in the world, but the churches
Lents is headquarters for a good many Meedames. Geo, Leslie, Alva Hevel,
called this week to credit tip their cu ture for one of the bakers was suddenly
The latest is an eye Max Schneider, Jas. Elkington, 0. A.
here, although not nearly so large, have good things.
Eastman, W. R. Kern, Arthur Dowsett,
pons to candidates after this week the seen to ealla|>ae, and the other one fell 1 by Those who liave made a careful St. Peter's lieat to a finish in the mat specialist
Dr. Sarah L. Rilea, connect
Fred Everson, W. R Burke, F. A.
lihl of nou.in««eB will l»e priuted and you half<amarions. The noise of their falling
ter of decorations.
I never saw any ed witli on* of tlie leading optometrical
Short, E. G. Kardell, Lewis Shattuck,
see that - our name ia among the num called the owner’s attention and they
thing like it in my life
It's wonderful houses in Portland will establish a
her. It is bsrdly a compliment to be were reeceued l>arely in time to save bed rooms and sitting rooms by their what human lieinga can do along tho«e branch office in Lents and ultimately Misses Hughe», Dowsett, Thoms« Messrs
nominated at the Inst ot the time limit their lives.
confine herself to local practice.
With Alva Hevel, Msx Schneider, Jis. Elk
lines when they s-t about it
walls. Merchants by the tnarble count
The weather being inclement. I put some ten thousand people to serve, it is ington, O. A Eastman, W. R. Kern,
if you want further
reasonable to suppose that this field Arthur Dowsett, Fred Everson. W. R.
by tbe large ja-s standing around. One the forenoon in in tbe churches, and the should support one or two eye specialists Burke, Carl Shattuck, H. Hughes, J.
INFORMATION ABOUT ENTERING
room was known to tie a barber shop i catacombs and tnus lost no time.
A Patenaude, A. Davis, Lewis Shat-
from tlie finding of r»z >rs and other ar af ai>l I shall lie tempted to become a
tdek. Geo. Leslie
Call al the Mt. Scott Pub. Co’» office
ticles in it.
In one small room about
J. G. Metzger has sold two and three
and we will tiy to get you “right" so
ehuicbes 11 Ucii oftener.
But as to the
10x12, ami facing ou ton tlie main street,
DISTRICT NO. 1.
quarter acres to the Catholic church.
far as anything concerning prizes or Matthew Boland,
I lie five sketil-ms in a heap just as they
They will begin at once to erecta chap
method of work is concerned.
We ate Hasel HumtnerveH, Lenta
were found, supposed to liaie been one th«-custodian of one of those museums
el. school ami parsonage.
particularly willing to explain jnsl how Pearl (’lark. Lent»
I family. The door is closed by a large
Guv Fieldhouse was a Portland visi
to go about it to get results, but we will Fred
Ruth Howe. Lent*
gins« plate with an iron railing in front. jusint «il l obedient, always stay where
not give anyone tlie apvnutage in' ad Opal llnnd, Lenta
I '<>11 pm them, and as you tmt them, no
Whenever a »oom is to he opened lip all
Mrs. Danfienback was injured by a
vice. Everyone gets the same advice Edith Smithurst, Lenta
tools are laid aside, and the earth (1 back talk nr any thing of the kind.
street car in Portland and bad to spend
and the same favors and no one can Myrtle
Albert Rndrlaxl, Lenta
sample of which I am bringing home)
Saturday and Sunday in the hospital.
then claim discrimination.
¡conductor- w uld rush the sight-seer
Hasel Conlee, Lenta
it carefnlllv removed by hand
She is teaching altbongh still suffering
Opai D ht I r , Lenta .............
RECEIPT BLANKS ARE READY
Lent. Court 82, Forresters celebrated from her injury.
know the city waa not destroyed by lava
Alma Glbaon, I«enta
Arthur Walker, Ixtnta....................
such as the recent flow, but hy great warne«) I was forearmed and when I had celebrated Monday evening, the occa
Mr. aud Mrs. Geo Leslie entertaine«!
for those who have twen nominated. If E'aa Schmidt. Lenta......................
rivers of mud com pose, 1 of ashes, and
sion lieing the installation of the term about twenty-five Grangers at their
you are ready to go to work call and get Ruth Richards, Lenta
t water formed from the condensing
officers of the lodge. About 250 lepre home in honor of Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
one ami we wjll make any necessary ex Adlna Mortrude.
DISTRICT NO. 2
•«entstive, of Court Mt. Hood from Hollenl>e<k of Heybnrn, Idaho. Avery
I stream, so that digging in those rooms is no he shook his hea-l. I said, “al
planation and yon can liegin to pile up Kenneth Forte, I »ent«
much like Jigging into and old ash heap. .
Portlan I was ei|*ct»d to be p esent, pleasant evening was passed in playing
your bunch ol votes.
II it is not con M S Ha/en. tanta ..........................
but only aliont 175 actually came, and five hundred and Mrs. Hollenbeck ana
The Italian government has charge ot ;
Rodffera, Lents ..................
venient to call send word you want one Ruth
Mark Conklin Lent* ...................
the excavations, about two-thirds of the
there is sums dispute about that. The Mr. Kavanaugh succeeded in winning
and we will send yon one at once.
, Geo (Hlckctr) Wrlaloy, I^enta
The Lents Court now has over 40 members,
ancient city having thus far teen ex to the underground corridors.
the pris s
Those present were Mr.
Frieda Alpiaualp, Lenta
The cost mnst have been
and with invi ed friends, the trail was and Mrs. M. D Kern, Mr. and Mrs. D.
ICIaie Brit lit, Lentil ........................
Montia Parker, Lents......... ..........
pretty well fi'ied. The Court Mt. Hood W. Metzger, Mr. ami Mrs. Geo. Sleret,
••ri'rinous but an admission fee of L.
Lillian Thomas, Lenta
2.50 will amount to a gisxi many thous- j there were alxiut 20.000 skeletons all Drought along its uniformed drill team Mr ami Mrs. Frank Hodge. Mr. and
district NO 1
and« of dollars each year and will ■
an<l essayed to put on tbe installation, Mrs. Kavanangh. Mrs E. G. Kardell.
Fred Heiman, l»ent«
The which they did in a very satisfactory Mrs L. T. Lusted, Mrs. Chas. Mnrrill,
The M. E. Church will give a recep Cleveland Bliss, Greaham H 9
eventually j»ay the total cost; I,. 50 to corridor after corridor of them.
tion at the church to its new member, Floyd Met/ffer (Treaham ...........
charged extra for the amphitheater.
Mias Birdie Allen, John Fieldnouae,
Pitta, Greaham R 2 ....
at 8 p. m Jan 21.
All memlier» and Mamie
I went to Pa’ermo on the 10th. of I took mv time, »0 he eat down on the
Lunch was served and a programmed Mr. ano Mrs. W. R. Kern, Mr. and
Rar Keatersen, Gresham R I
friends are invited to the reception. Iceland Moore, Gresham R 8........
Decemb r anti stayed there three davs.
music and drills and literary features Mrs" W. J. Hollenbeck, Mrs. Alva
Meetings of tlie last two weeks have May Kesterson. Greaham R B....
A cold drizzling rain fell all that dav the various exhibits to mv entire satis- was rendered. Everyone seems to have Hevel. Mr-. W. R. Kem and Mrs. Al
fleeter Ritchey, Gresham R B ...
been quit«-successful and a large num Gian
had an excellent time and commend va Hevel assisted the hostees in serving
Kesterson, Gresham Bl
tier have l*en added to the membership. Marian Brown, Greaham
and overcoat I couldn't have ventured
th. lodge of the hospitality extended.
(Continued next week.)
a dainty two course lunch.
LOCAL NEWS NOTES
TO Mt ET FRIDAY
RHODE ISLAND PULLET
MAKES REMARKABLE RECORD.
MT. SCOT! BAKERY
DR SARAH I. RILEA
TO LOCAR IN LENTS
STANDIN6 OF NOMINEES IN CONTEST
FORESTERS HOLD INI