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Vol. 1 No. ’.5
FOREST GROVE, OREGON, THURSDAY FEBRUARY 24. 1910
$1.00 Per Year
ing the cornerstone of the Na
Lo cal and Personal ANOTHER INSTRUCTOR WEDS
tional Capitol. In 1799 it per MRS. LABADIE CIVES
the Masonic ceremonies
A. M. Porter, a well known PROF. ORB'S MARRIAGE TO MISS M’COY
READING IN MARSH HALL business
TO NATION'S FATHER at formed
man of Gaston, was a
SOLEMNIZEO FEB. 8TH
In its halls, crowded with prec CHIRMS AUDIENCE WITH “IRE SERVINE IN visitor in this city yesterday.
ious mementos, his memorial
The case of Avery and Dooley
ceremony uniting Prof. F.
was organized today. There
will be heard in the Circuit court W. The
and Miss Luella McCoy
the old charter granted by Last Wednesday evening in the on appeal, Saturday the 26th. in marriage
A lexandria , V a ., Feb. 22.— hangs
held at the home
Edmund Randolph, grand mas college chapel, Mrs. Labadie of Holbrook Lodge No. 30 A. F. of the bride’s was parents
The movement to erect a per ter
Masons in Virginia in 1788. Philadelphia delighted the small and A. M., special meeting this ton, Portland, Tuesday in evening,
manent Masonic memorial to Close of by,
its pendulum cord out audience which was present with Saturday evening. Work in the Feb. 8th. It was a quiet home
George Wasnington took its first and its hands
min her reading of Charles Kennedy’s F. C. degree. Visiting brethern, wedding and only the relatives
definite form today when General utes after 10 pointingto20
J. M. Dickinson, Secretary of the hour and minute of his death- “The Servant in the House”. welcome. Edwin Allen, W. M.. and intimate friends were pres
ent. The house was beautifully
War, and the grand masters of stands the old bedchamber clock. Mrs. Labadie is probably the A. Ben Kori, Secretary.
many Masonic grand lodges met No money could buy this silent best diamatic reader who has The E. W. Haines power plant decorated with Oregon grape
here with other distinguished old talebearer. Nearby in a case ever been heard here and her which was damaged by a land and daffodils. Prin. H. L. Bates
men of the fraternity to form a is the little trowel he used at graceful stage appearance and slide some ten or twelve days performed the ceremony and
National Masonic Memorial As laying the Capitol cornerstone. beautiful voice made the enter ago, has undergone repairs, and just before it one of the bride’s
sociation. Perhaps no Masonic In another are his wedding tainment one to be remembered. is now in condition to be opera friends sang ‘ ‘I Love You Truly”.
She has a remarkable voice of ted to the delight of a good many The bride and groom went for
celebration ever held anywhere gloves,
his pocket compasses, deep
clear quality and her inter people whom the lack of power f a wedding trip by way of Seattle
in America has been more elab farm spurs,
a piece of hia tent pretation
seven different has greatly inconvenienced.
and Spokane to Godfrey, Wash.,
used at Yorktown, his old-fash characters of in the
they visited with Prof.
In this quaint old town of ivy- ioned
scales and an ful and gave an individuality to Guy W. Talbot, general man where
covered walls and rambling gar eloquent medicine
token of his reverence each character.
dens, upon a street laid out by for his mother—a
little knife she One of the strongest passages
the young surveyor, near the gave to him as a reward
his was the dialogue between Mary
spot where in 1754 Braddock’s obedience, and which he for treas
and her degraded father who Since his return he has definitely Prof. Orr has been in charge
young colonel quartered his troops ured for 56 years.
continually cursing the order announced that the proposed ex of the Public Speaking Depart
before the fateful march to the The Williams picture, painted
which had put his tension from Forest Grove to ment here at Pacific for several
Ohio; near the historic old lodge from life in 1793, hangs on an
luxurious circum North Yamhill would not be years and has brought debating
where he was a master and in other wall. It cannot escape
him poor. Other built this year. The surveys and j and oratory in this school up to a
the midst of a field rich in the the eye, for it is much unlike the
were those be estimates of this line were re high standard. His bride is a ^
events of his life and memory, accepted likenesses of Washing
and his wife viewed by the directors and a de charming young woman and in v ^
it will be the purpose of this as ton. It shows the man in his
sociation to erect a temple to extreme old age, and is the only and the parts in which the kindly cision was reached which will her several short visits to Pacific,
of Benares, disguised as postpone the extension at least she has made many friends and
George Washington, a Mason.
life picture extant in Bishop
in the house, ap another year.
will be heartily welcomed to the
Set apart in the structure will be original
Masonic regalia. His Masonic peared.
life of the school.
a hall of fame in which space apron,
in gold, with Mrs. Labadie is making a tour Chas. Jamison and family, re
will be allotted to all the grand French embroidered
and American flags en of the world and all who hear cently from Seattle, have de
j irisdictiors in the country to twined, presented
1 lace tablets to the memories of in 1812 by his nephew, Lawrence her are delighted with her read home for the coming year. They
Perhaps the most enjoyable
i heir distinguished sons.
party of the year »723
Lewis, hangs nearby. The only House” is an interesting treat in have rented the Sherwood resi that given
The memorial would stand on original
a week ago Friday
painting of Lord Fairfax, itself and Mrs. Labadie’s inter dence on S. Second Avenue and evening. The
Washington street. Close by is Washington’s
rink was gorge
early patron and pretation added to the interest. Fifth St. Mr. Jamison is a plum
\ le old Christ Church where, in
with strings of
by trade but for several
is also there.
Those who did not attend cer ber
1 is mature years, Washington friend,
years has been in the employ of
master’s chair, occupied tainly missed a treat.
sjrved as a vestryman. On a by The
the city of Seattle in the light
General Washington in pre
field not far off he held his last siding
and water department. Mr. and
CHEAPER PAVIKJ IN PROSPECT
the lodge, stands in
military review. Across a shaded a glass over
Mrs. Sherwood will spend the which were later filled with the
green in the stately old court- removed only on extraordinary The Warren corrri’ny has an coming year in California where names of those with whom they
1 ouse he cast his last vote, and occasions. It is 122 years old, nounced a new schedule of prices Mr. Sherwood hopes to regain wished to skate. Skates were
for putting down bitulithic pave
soon secured and the couples
there his will is filed.
and was in constant use for 117 ment in Portland and Willamette his failing health.
were flying on the smooth floor
Alexandria, by undisputed years. Scores of other tnings valley cities and it looks like a
to the strains of the orchestra.
consent, is the natural site for of his day, the old chairs and reduction is in order in southern
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
the memorial. Washington benches of the lodge still in use, Oregon. In Salem, for instance, I, the undersigned, have been j The tumbles that occurred during
the evering only added to the
i loved to Mount Vernon when he the frrntdoor key of the Bastile,
duly authorized to collect and amusement.
>vas 16 with his half-brother presented in 1825 by Lafayette, “Standard,” which has been receipt for all accounts due E. :
Lawrence, and until the chill, which have come from relatives used on the business streets of C. Klancke, and for all accounts Later in the evening the skat
i aw day of his death it was his and friends, are valued beyond thst city, has been reduced $2.06 for job work done at the office of | ers were led away in twiTgroups
to the banquet hall where delic
home and Alexandria was his estimate.
the Forest Grove Press on and ious
oyster soup was served. At
home town. He became a mem There had been a sentiment tion of 16 cents under the old before February 15, 1910, and
hour the party broke up
ber of its council, represented it against choosing a new site for price, bringing this grade cf for all advertising in the Forest
went away, declaring
in the house of Burgesses, en the memorial, but for a great pavement closer to the idea of Grove Press, before February
had a splendid time.
dowed its schools, established, its many reasons the one proposed the small pocketbook.
1st, 1910. All parties are here Those present
fire department and was master on Washington street is better The “Special A” pavement by warned against paying money
of its lodge.
fitted to the purposes of a Na has not as yet been tried in Sa to any other parties on these ac as, Fletcher, H. Chalmers,
The men who will form the as tional undertaking, and the ne lem, but will be this spring on counts. Chas. E. Dixon, Forest Thomas, E. A11 worth. N. Hope,
sociation met today in the same cessities have outweighed the Twelfth staeet. This class of Grove, Oregon.
Belknap, Whealdon, Koerner,
Alexandria, Washington lodge- patriotic sentiment and have won paving is now quoted at $1.90.
McCorkle, B. Hope,
room, where Washington occu a graceful consent to the new The “Special A” is considerably
pied the master’s chair. While site.
no fixed plan could be announced Today’s first maeting, held in is used on residence streets and
prior to the assembly of all the the lodgeroym, adjourned at in districts where traffic is not
grand masters, it is in short the noon and all went to Mount Ver | heavy. The construction com 19. at 8 p. m. Deceased was in C. Rogers, H. Rogers, Austin,
purpose of the lodge to raise non by a special train. The pany puts out a still lighter pave terred at Cornelius on Tuesday Burlingham, J. Taylor, Ward,
$1,000,000 to build and endow party of distinguished men ment which is only desirable on and funeral services were con Weathered, Koch, Mayfield, R.
the memorial. The institution walked along the bluff that over outlying streets where the traffic ducted at Lutheran church.
A. Mills, A. S. Markee,
will be unique among the me looks the majestic river and laid is very light. This grade is the H. Seidler, the father of de Mills,
Ferrin, Holman Ferrin.
morials of the world and will a wreath upon the tomb. They “Special B” and is now quoted ceased, is a native of Germany
and the mother whose maiden
permit every grand jurisdiction then returned to the lodge at at $1.75.
NESBITH (? ) COUNTY
name was Holz is a native of
to honor every Mason it esteems Alexandria for the conferring of
Wisconsin. This sorrowing fam The opposition to the creation
CARD OF THANKS
to be deserving with a leaf in its degrees.
Nesbith county from Lane
hall of fame, a photograph and Tonight, at the annual banquet To the kind friends and neigh ily has experienced three deaths of
Douglass is growing very
bors who tendered us assistance
of the old lodge, Secretary of and
Delegations of deter
sympathy during the illness
The gathering of such men of War Dickinson, James D. Rich
from both counties
prominence in the old lodge was ardson, sovereign grand com and death of our beloved wife
in convention at
impressive. Alexandria Wash mander. Scottish Rite Masons;
ington Lodge, No. 23, made Representatives Charles C. Carl
made an occasion for a general the new county and
Washington its worshipful grand ing and Champ Clark, and the wreath we wish to extend our good
time instead of the usual that the}' would fight to declared
mastsr in 1788. At his request, Reverend John Wesley Hill, D. heartfelt thanks and apprecia
M r . J. M. R uggles , prrgram, ?s that will be the last ditch. “Rain or shiqe, Lane
in 1791 it laid the cornerstone of D., of New York, will speak. tion.
M r . A. M. R uggles , meeting of the Society for seve Douglass will never change a
the District of Columbia, and
X. line”, is the anti-division slogan.
M r . and M rs . I. W. T homas , ral weeks.
two years later assisted in lay Spring is pretty near here.
GE0R6E WASHINGTON'S OLD IOOGEROOM SCENE
Of IMPRESSIVE GRTNERINS