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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 21, 1907)
W ashington county N ews
FOREST GROVE, WASHINGTON CO., ORE., THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 21. 1907.
DELIGHTED HER AUDIENCE
AT VERTS HALL Mrs. Pauline Miller Chapman gave
Pauline Miller Chapman Gives
First Recital in Marsh Hall.
Who s Who in Forest Grove?
DOING BUSINESS AGAIN.
ID. BOOS WEDDED.
SPOKE HERE SONDAT
; Haines Bank Opened this Morning Last Week's News Forecast Turns
Two New Correspondents
Out to be True.
j TO THE EDITOR:
Well, that little bit of conversation
her first song recital, since her year’s
ear SIR:—Will you kindly allow that was caught over the phone in
Good Program Rendered But Was study abroad last Thursday evening
me space in your paper to express my Portland last week with Miss Emma K. îv . Gniirgi! II. Elliott ol Detroit,
before a large and appreciative audi
thanks to patrons and friends Herb at one end, Ed Boose at the
Not Well Attended
ence in the auditorium of the college.
kind sympathy and support other—and another fillow on the side
When she made her bow a volume of
through the financial flurry that causes taking in the enti-ety of the talk with
applause went up and she was greeted
me to loose my Portland correspondent. a smile that would make the Quaker
well deserved offerings on the
JUDGE D. J. HAYNES SPEAKS with
I wish further to extend my sincere Oats man blush, because of the inex AT THE METHODIST CHURCH
rendition of each selection.
to the Hillsboro Commercial plicable feeling that invades one’s
Mrs. Chapman has a mezzo-soprano-
W. Shute, banker, and the heart when he gets his hands on to a
State Bank who so kindly good story—and a scoop at that—well, The Duly and Obligation of Him«
Rev. Blake Denounces University of shown in the arias "Figlio Mio” from
that bit of conversation was right to the
Michigan Professor Who Would
Meyerbeer’s “II Profeta,” and “ 0 Mio
Missionary Work Rests Upon
punctuation, and Ed Boose told The
Fernando” from Donozetti’s “ La Fa-
Make Roosevelt King
hading banks of Portland as corres- News reporter so this morning,
J h e Church.
vorita.” In these she lifted her aud
pondents and am now prepared to do “ Yes, the facts and all were all
ience to great heights and held it there
right,” said Ed, “and we were mar-
K irkwood a large man business as formerly.
It was a very appreciative, but a with hypnotic power. About half of with G eorge
ried—Miss Herb and I—at the St. The church goers ol this city had
a large voice and still larger feet.
small audience that listened to the her program was rendered in German, An engineer
Frances cfturch by Father Black Sun- the rare opportunity of hearing a speak
by profession but a Re
pragram rendered last Saturday after and it was practically the same pro publican by birth
er ol national reputation at the Metho-
noon in the interests of patriotism—in gram she rendered in Berlin when a that it is better to and smoke
ones. I remain
church last Sunday morning and a
deed it was a very meager audience student of the great Lampatti and the hereafter although his name would in
is how the fellow got on to who it was good big number took advantage of the
after the advertisement the affair had audience rose to its feet shouting for dicate—at least the latter part—that
E. w. H aines . talking over the phone unless he rec opportunity. The speaker was Rev.
had, and the speakers who are capital ten minutes. The Germans are music
George Elliot, pastor of one of the De
is des,ined «« a Pla« where fuel is Where is the Young Men's Club? ognized
orators, had been made known to the enthusiasts and this shows what they he
he got his cine from your troit, Mich., Methodist churches and
think of Mrs. Chapman’s voice. It is
citizens of this town.
Somehow we never hear anything reference to Ed—Ed Mendenhall, you the orator of that denomination. His
many big things have been done more
about the Young Men’s Club ofjkiiojv/’
W. R. Beach presided ar.d after call hard to say in what number she pleased but
word pictures were vivid, thrilling and
George. Had the poet not pre this city
ing the meeting to order introduced the audience here the most, but the by
and his beautiful choice of
varicated the world would be ha-haing What has become of the organization | Schiller, I was telephoning from there,
Miss Gertrude Allen who delivered in applause was greatest in “Keys of all
poetic rhythm which
with George and his laugh. that its members arc so silent? Or is The on]y thing ,hat j can say is that
a very charming manner a recitation Heaven,” an old Englisn song, Ruben- Will the not time
thought was soul
nor the local there such a club now and if not what
entitled “ We’re all Wearing the Blue.” stein’s “Es blink der Thau,” and an street car, take but medicine
the way of the reporter is wonderful, I inspiring,
Richard Abraham who has a baritone old Scotch song “My Ain Folk.”
been the cause of its disorgamza- yes, and still better—it is mysterious. "Toe duty and obligation of home
News till he has to take to that has
voice of much power sang a patriotic Prof. Frank T. Chapman lent much The
We have bten informed that it Come down and get a smoke.”
..I the speaker.
where newspapers and newspaper has ceased
song and Miss Devlin read “A Flag on interest to the recital by explanation of land
the same as
different selections. This was the men do not exist.
and that some of its old time members Gleason house, on hirst avenue north, 'the larger missionary work. The pro-
Every School House.”
are now up in arms. The cause for this city.
Judge D. J. Haynes of Portland re first recital of a series to be given by
gram of Christ was to save the man
the dissolution of the club, as we un
viewed the history o< the Civil War
next you first but to go on and on.
Notes From Portland.
and told many interesting experiences. country.
Sunday, November 24, the German rules and regulations so as to impeach There is going to be no let up tn The supreme duty ol the church in
He denounced the statement made by
this city is to save Forest Giove. Start
Lutheran Emanuel church of Cornelius
a Southern paper recently that Grant, Mrs. Dunning Dies at Patton Home. will be dedciated. We will meet at any member that might work against advertising Oregon. The experts of at your own door and save the whole
Thomas and Farragut had offered their Mrs. J. G. Dunning, aged 81, died the Advent church where the meetings the interests of the club. Some of the the State gathered at Portland Tuesday, world. Jesus was a true patriot and
services to the South as a lie and sup at the Patton Home for old women in have been held. From there we will members took delight in destroying the and there is a determination to in therefore started his work from Jerusa
plementcd his statement with plenty Portland Sunday morning at three go together to our new house of the furnishings of the club, damaging the crease rather than diminish the good lem. The inner essence of American
and breaking up other things work.
of argument to prove the falsity of the o’clock.
patriotism is for mankind. America is
Lord. Service commences at 10:30 of pool the table
southern press. After paying a glow
supreme missionary field. When
ing tribute to the soldiers of the Civil past year and lived at her late home We herewith heartily thank the Ad nave had by-laws—and perhaps they windows in Portland, in which this country was discovered Martin Lu
War he said that there are battles yet at the east foot of Second avenue until ventists of Cornelius for the free use of did, which were not enforced—and a the excellence of those of Hood River ther was stirring ali Europe with his
set of officers that would see to the en and of the Willamette Valley is shown, works on religion and the Renaisance
to fight and victories yet to win a few months ago when she went to their church.
of the rules or the letting have drawn thousands of visitors and was on. America is the child of the
moral battles. Crime, insanity and
After dedication by Rev. C. Buechler out of the offenders.
Members should the entire population is more con Renaisance and it was never intended
disease must be fought with heroism
and his brother ministers, Rev. A respect their organization
to vinced than ever that Oregon grows that this country should be discovered
and stamped out if this is to remain a
Krause of Portland, will deliver sermon work for its interests instead enough
great nation. The only way to uproot
in German. After the meeting, din it down, and if they have not this re the finest apples on earth. All of our in the Dark Ages, a tint: of ignorance,
these evils, said the speaker, is by
[ ner will be served by the Ladies’ Soci spect then—well then “can” them citizens are becoming experts as to ihe superstition and persecution.
“ The great <|uestion is: What kind
looking after the parentage of the
ety of the church at the Cornelius and your organization will last. What different varieties.
of men are we breeding? If we have
children. There should be a com She had no relatives except a grand Hotel.
lodge, church, fraternity or any other cox, President of the Portland Flouring conquering blood it is that we may
mittee in each county including a doc son H. H. Porter now of Austin, Minn., ' The afternoon service will be held successful
ever permitted . Mills, in an address before 150 busi help; if we are strong, that we may lift;
tor to look after the moral character,
in English by Rev. J. P. Doescher at its members organization
a devil-may- ness men at the Commercial Club if we are righteous that we may save.
the strength of body and mind of the
2 o’clock. Everybody invited.
permit this Tuesday night, when he announced: American Anglo Saxon is an improve
man seeking the license, this will
C. B u ec h ler . there would be none ere long.
Since “ The flurry is over. Will be in the ment on the English Anglo Saxon on
bring about a wonderful type of Amer
evil market buying wheat and paying gold a -0011111 of the mingled new tints of the
ican manhood and womanhood.
Kev. Blake formerly of the Metho morning, with memorial address by The Thanksgiving services will be if it should reorganize, strict rules and for it tomorrow,” met with a more en Celt, Scotch, Hollanders—the choice
dist church of Cornelius, but now of Rev. Sias. Interment at Naylor cem held in the Christian Church at 11:00 regulations and a good corps of officers thusiastic reception than any remark breeds of the world capable of a won
a. m. sharp, when the following pro
that has been made in Portland in derful typa of man.
Woodstock denounced the Professor of etery.
“ But we are not receiving the same
Michigan University, who a few weeks
Hurt in a Runaway.
a successful club. Other towns no i A canvass of the business houses in stock from the north and west of Eu
ago proposed that Roosevelt should be A. M. Benefield, who is driving a 1. Music. 2. Prayer. 3. An it larger
have men’s clubs and Portland wholesale and retail, as well rope as ol oid. This ceased thirty
made king, as a traitor, desirous of milk wagon for Mat Hines on the Gales them. 4. Reading Proclamation, they are than great this boosters
for as the factories, proves that business years ago Now the big influx of for
tearing down the institutions of our Creek route, was thrown from his wagon Prof. Orr. 5. Hymn. 6. Offering. their respective towns. and In pullers
fathers. He who desires monarchy is at the condenser just before noon to 7. Scripture reading, Pres. Ferrin. ing winter months is a club with club has gotten back to normal conditions. eigners into this country annually is
8. Discourse, Rev. W. H. Boyd. 9.
guilty of treason and should be treated day and narrowly escaped death.
Miny report an increase over last year. peoples Jrom the east and south of Eu
rooms needed, when the dark of the There
as such. True patriotism is not loyalty He was unloading his cans of milk Hymn, America. 10. Dismissal.
been a failure or a sus rope—the most startling sociological
is long and many of the days unfit pension has of not
to man but loyalty to institutions. The when his horses became frightened at An urgent general invitation is ex day
house or problem we have today. Slavs, Jews
for outside work. The advantages of factory in t iar city. business
speaker deplored the fact that so few the steam from the plant. Although tended.
of the Iand f,a''ans are pouring into this conn
a club are legion, and it looks as State can depend upon the newspapers
people were present to hear the patri he used every energy to stop them the
a startling rate.”
though with the present goodly lot of of Portland giving them the facts, and try at l*,e
otic program, as a grave omen which horses ran with breakneck speed out
evren>nK another big man oc-
the Young Men’s Club before they get these facts they can
must be checked. He said that all across the railroad track and into a Yesterday was the annual Thanks of paraphernalia
Methodist pulpit in the
this city should reorganize.
Lynch, presiding elder
children shouid be compelled to go to
turning the wagon over and giving offering day for the missionary
A R eader above statement being merely rumors. ^ so"fh district
M. E. church of
the public schools so as to inculcate in throwing Mr. Benefield headlong upon
them the love of country and a patriot- th# gravel bed with such (orce that it In the afternoon the ladies met in the
ism, which comes from speaking the knocked him unconscious for half an church parlors and prepared patch work Wilson Whitmore of Hillsboro, died A fire Hands
same language, studying the same hour and lacerated the left side of his
the last of the week, his funeral taking Cornelius, Tuesday at evening
event ol interest was Ihe
books, and breathing the sam* spirit. face badly.
place Monday. He was born in Cosh- might have proved serious. He had marriage ol Mr. Alvah L. Kinton to Miss
Let no child be absent from doing this. He is a man about 65 years old.
ockton county, Ohio, October 26,1832. filled his gas lamp tank with a <pi»rt of \ 1)or‘* Wodc,,> which took place Sunday
Rev. Sias offered up the prayer.
A physician was called and dressed the to Miss Jones’ school at Foo Ting Tu, He was wedded to Ellen Cossel of gasoline and was warming up the burn- morning at 10 o’clock at the home of
Iowa, in 1854. To this union were er when it got so hot that it forced the ' hc bride’* parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wor
The Geyer-Sullivan Co. gave their wounds.
three children. He was again gasolene out over the tank upon the | dell of Cornelius. Only the imn e-
first motion picture entertainment at
in 1868, to Rebecca Fleming flames below. The fire flash caught diate relatives ol the contracting par
Vert’s hall Monday evening before a
10:30 a. each . one
fair sized audience. The pictures were Next Sunday, Nov. 24, at IU:3U
. . . together with the officers en- at Bladensburg, Iowa. To this union onto trimmings on the ceiling, burned i ties were present to witness the cerr-
born two children, Tiberius Whit
interesting despite the difficulty the m- Patber Kettenhofen, formerly l*rta‘ne ri n
and Mr. Tracy sustained some ! mony which wr.s performed by the
taken. After din- were
more and Mrs. Nora Miller, now both them,
men worked under getting out here so ’n tbe
business at Freeport, 111., 1 an 0 erinK
Rev. Phelps of that place. The brde
late and not having time to properly
hold divine services at Vert’s Hall ner a program was rendered up n .e deceased In 1371 ,he Whitmore
was gowned beautifully in a creation ol
adjust their machine. Jack Downey to which all Cathoiics and non Catho immigration question.
family moved to Laurel, this county,
white silk with Valenciennes trimmings,
the illustrated song singer, has a good lics who wish ,0 *ltend are raost cor‘ The Oregon Good Roads Associa- where they resided ever since, except Miss Anna Peterson was married to while the groom wore the conventional
voice especially adapted to illustrated d*ady invited. Sooner or later accord- tjon wnjch convened at the Portland for a few years spent at Goldendale and Charles N. Crumby of Portland, Tues black.
song singing. Next Monday evening >ng to the circumstances, it is expected Oommercial Club Thursday and Friday in Hillsboro. The widow and one son day of this week.
After congratulations, a bounteous
the management promises a new lot of lbat * Catholic church will be estab- was decidedly the best attended and by the first wife, Jacob Whitman, of Mrs. Crumby formerly lived in this wedding dinnt r was enjoyed by all.
highly entertaining motion pictures lished
l's^ed in *n Forest Grove. It is import- most practical good roads meeting ever Hillsboro, survive.
city and is the daughter of Mrs. Scott Many beautiful presents were received
which they will receive direct from San ,nt therefore that all interested in this held in this State and was considered A box of pretty red apples every bit Smith of Dllley- Mr‘ *nfi Mrs' Cn,m' by the happy couple, who are deserv
Francisco. Jack Downey will be on matter show up on this occasion to by visitors as equal to any similar neat as the one that tempted poor by Wl11 make ,heir home in Portland- edly popular among the young people
of that place. Mr. and Mrs. Kinton
the bill again for some late song hits, demonstrate their universal strength. meeting vet held west of the Rocky as
old Adam is on display at the Bazaar. Mrs. Clara Billinger Spiegel, who will make their home in Cornelius.
Ed Ward who was visiting his fami- Mrs. Jack Dempsey of Portland, was
They are Baldwins and are the product formerly made her home here, but now
lv in this city last week, returned Mon- visiting her mother Mrs. Fan Clark of L. W. Barber of Mar.on, was in the of James Nichols’ orchard on the of Boise, Idaho, was visiting friends in W. M inner cf PoftUn 1, spent Sun
day in this city.
day to his business at North Bend.
this city, the first of the week.
this city «his and last week.
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