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WAS HI NGTON C O U N T Y ’S NEWSPAPER
FOREST GROVE. OREGON, THURSDAY. JANUARY 2. 1913.
FIND A CLUE T h e B ig E v e n t s o f I n t e r e s t I n 1 9 1 2 EIGHT MILLS
Letters and Papers Discover
ed Will Help to Locate
Friends of Schultz.
Three Thousand Dollars Will
Be Expended on Repair
of Central Building.
GRIP REVEALS SECRETS
TO BUY MORE GROUND
Had Woman Friend in Los
Angeles— Possible Was
P a r o l e d Criminal.
Electors Turn Down Resolut
ion Authorizing Building
of New High School.
Discoveries of an interesting
Figuring upon a valuation of
character have been brought to
$1,215,000, the school electors
light in connection with the sui
levied an 8 mill tax at the annual
cide of Henry Schultz, who made
meeting held in the Central
way with him§elf between this
building Monday. $3,000 was
city and Cornelius, about six
also voted for the purpose of in
weeks ago. The grip belonging
stalling a heating system, and
to Schultz found in the Oregon
making necessary repairs, at the
Electric depot a short time ago,
and which, upon first examina
was appointed to act in conjunc
tion, failed to produce a clue of
tion with the school board and
any kind, has upon a second and
Photo oi T a lt copyright by Purdy. P h o t o s o f E q u it a b l e fire. R o o s e v e lt and W ilso n c o p y r i g h t by A m e r ic a n P r e s s A s s o c ia tio n .
purchase a suitable site east of
third examination, conducted by
N’ .lantm ry the $15.000,000 E q u ita b le building In New York w as b urned down. Roosevelt th rew his " h a t in the rin>i" in F ebruary. Roald A m undsen an
Fourth street upon which to
nounced th e discovery of th e south pole iu M arch. April w itn essed the T itan ic disaster. W ilbur W right, the pioneer of av iation, died in May T a ft was
Chief of Police Burnswurth,
a building to be used as a
renom inated in Ju n e . In Ju ly th e m ikado of J a p a n died, and t lie follow ing m outh w as m arked by the dentil of W illiam Root It in London A m erica was
turned out a small sized mine of
forced to send troops to quell n N icarag u an revolt in S eptem ber. The opening engagem ent of the B alkan w ar took place in O ctober N ovem ber saw tbs
information. Papers which were
•lection of W ilson, and the bouse of governors m et in R ichm ond, Va., In D ecember.
A resolution was submitted at
first overlooked, and later found
this meeting calling for the
skillfully concealed in the legs
demolishing of the old portion of
of a pair of heavy overalls, to all
the Central building and the
intents and purposes show that
erection in its place, of a modern
Schultz was a paroled convict
brick structure, to be used as a
from the Salem penitentiary, as
grade and high school combined.
among them were about two
The presentation of this resolu
dozen paroled prisoners monthly j
tion brought forth considerable
Opinion of City Attorneys Based on Decision of State
argument, and after lengthy
Attorney General—Final Decision As to Qualifying
A postoffice money order for $3
debate it was defeated by a two-
Probably Up to Election Board in Coming Election.
made out in favor of W. G. Mac-1
Laren, 22 North Front street, j
The expenses of the school
Portland, and never forwarded, |
Forest Grove, Oregon, Dec. 31st, 1912.
district for the year are shown
was found, as was also an envel
Editor of the Forest Grove Press,
ope from the Pioneer Employ
Forest Grove, Oregon.
S a la ry ......................... $11,654.00
ment Agency of Portland, ad
We do not wish to enter into any controversy over the article
dressed to J. C. Callahan of Gas
on warrants to
ton. In all probability the most FUNERAL ON TUESDAY appearing in the News-Times relative to the opinion of the Deputy M. E. DILLEY HONORED
of $3,200 at 6
Attorney General as to the manner that women should /ote at the
important clues, those which will j
I City Election of our City. In justice, however, to ourselves, and by
per cent in te re s t....... .192.00
possibly lead to the finding of the ;
way of explanation we desire to say that the opinion we gave
Interest on bonds to a-
dead man’s friends or relatives, | Members of Clergy Form an ¡you, at your request, was based wholly upon the provisions of the Presented With A Handsome
mount of $12,500 at 5
Charm by the Members
are two photo postals of good
Escort of Honor to Body [ City Charter and the State law construed in accordance with a
cent interest......... ..625.00
I letter of the Attorney General himself written to us on December
looking young girls, and a sou
of Holbrook Lodge.
of Rev. J. R. Hall.
Interest on bonds to a-
venir postal from a young wo
to how the new law would effect the voting by women during City
mount of $500 at 6
man of Los Angeles, which were
Ele ction this year. His letter is as follows:
per c e n t ...................... .. .30.00
With the installation of officers
found carefully wrapped in sev Rev. J. R. Hall, a retired min
December 3rd, 1912.
ood............................... . 500.00
“ I have your letter of the 30th ultimo asking for an opinion of the local Masonic body Friday
eral thickness of newspaper. ister of the Methodist Episcopal
ta x ...................... . 198.00
The card from Los Angeles was | church, died early Saturday from this office in regard to the right of women to vote at a com night, M. E. Dilley began his
fortieth consecutive year as
signed in an affectionate man-1 morning from a sudden attack of and how they should register.
Tyler of Holbrook Lodge No. 30,
ner, which would lead one to be-; heart disease, at his home in
Reply ing thereto I would say that since the polls closed on
A. F. & A. M.
lieve that something more than j Forest Grove.
Diseased was election day, the 5th of November, women have had all of the same
Mr. Dilley, who passed the
friendship existed between th e ! born at Pittsfield, Mass., June, I rights and privileges that men have had, as far as exercising the
Sources of Revenue
Two roughly 1848, and in June 1870, was mar elective franchise is concerned, and they 1 ave been subject to all of seventv-fifth milestone of life’s 8 mill tax on $1,215,000
same registration rules and regulations as rmn. If your city journey last May. has been a
drawn maps, made with a pencil ried at Pem, Mass., to Miss the
charter requires that voters register, they should then register the member of the local organiza
on the back of cards, one, pre Mary E. Livermore, who died in same as men. However, in the event they did not register, they
State Educational fund
sumably of the location adjacent this city a year ago last October. i could vote on election day by swearing to and signing Blank “ A” tion for more than 43 years. He 751 children at $8...... 6,008.00
has the record of having attend Special tuition.....................300.00
to and including Eleventh and He entered the ministry in Ohio whether registered or not.”
more meetings, visited more
Everett streets, in Portland, and 25 years ago, coming to the coast
brethren and attended more
the other of a section of the Pat and locating in Eastern Oregon We did not expect, and wre do not now expect that the Election
of brother Masons than
ton Valley, in this county, were in 1898, remaining in that sec Board will make it an absolute qualification of the privilege for
also discovered carefully preserv tion eight years, and having women to vote that they sign what is known as Blank “ A” . We any other member of the lodge.
ed. Both sketches bear a num charge of several churches. Six think that it is a matter to he left to the decision of the Election He was signally honored by the
ber of dotted points, presumably years ago he moved to the Wil Board unless the City Council should establish some rules govern lodge upon the date of his sev- [
ing the manner of voting. If the Election Board are satisfied to enty-fifth birthday, being ten- i
of houses or certain locations, as lamette valley, settling on a permit
women to vot e without registration and no one challenges
they all have initials beside farm near Forest Grove, moving their vote, we presume there will he no question whatever as to dered a reception, and made the
recipient of a handsome and j O r e n c o , O r e . , - Mrs. Electa
them. The Patton valley map into the city proper about two their being permitted to vote.
Very truly yours,
unique charm of special design. Tolman became the bride of
shows two roads carefully lined years ago. One brother. Dr. J.
Hollis & Graham.
Mr. Dilley was born in Han-1 Richard Olsen of Portland, Sun
out leading from one objective H. Hall, of Lodi, Ohio; a sister,
County, Indiana, and cross-1 day evening, the ceremony being
point to the other, while the Mrs. Mattie Wood, of Cleveland,
plains to Oregon in 1853, | performed by Rev. Boozer of
Portland sketch also bears evi Ohio; four daughters, Mrs. M. J.
in Linn County, the Presbyterian church, at the
dence of having been planned Cummings, of Seattle, Mrs. J.
six miles from home of the brides parents, Mr.
with the idea of showing the L. Vankirk, of this city. Mrs.
he conduct and Mrs. James Hocking, in this
streets or alleys plainly. The R. S. Brymer, ot Oswege, Ore.,
number of city; a few close friends and
grip and its contents have been and one son, G. W. Hall, of
abandon relatives only were present. The
turned over to Sheriff Hancock, Lostine, Ore., survive. Funeral
to ta k e ' bride was gowned in a beautiful
who will endeavor to discover services, followed by interment
a tract creation of lead-colored silk, and
something of the past of the sui in Forest View cemetery, were
city. ' wore a bouquet of purple flowers
held from the Methodist Episco W. McBurney, Rev. Barber con Christmas day. The ceremony Fora number of years he has re at her belt. The groom was
pal church Tuesday morning, ducting the ceremony. Immedi was performed at the home of the sided in the Grove, dividing his dressed in conventional black. A
Doctors Saw off Finger.
Rev. Hiram Gould delivering
F. A. Stanhope, a farmer liv the final words. A number of ate friends and relatives only briede’s parents, in the presence time among several business in bountiful wedding supper was
I served after the usual congratu
ing near here, caught his hand Methodist clergymen from this were present. After partaking of near relatives only,1* Rev. terests.
between a tug and single tree section of Oregon attended thp of a delicious luncheon Mr. and
lations had been tendered. The
hook, Monday, while hitching up funeral, acting as an escort of Mrs. McBurney left for a The bride was one of the most man of wide business experience newlyweds will make their home
a team, and injured his middle honor to the remains of the vet months tour of California. There popular young ladies of the val and now engaged in the manu in Portland.
facture of sash and doors in Port
finger so badly that it was found eran of the Lord’s army. Prac
land, where the couple will make
necessary to amputate the mem tically all of the immediate
Read Pages 2 and 8 Carefully ,
one. The groom is an eastern then home.
the groom has a large farm.
family also attended.
ber at the first joint.
WOMEN VOTERS SUBJECT TO SAME
REGISTRATION REGULATIONS AS MEN
Old Time Mason Holds Unique
' Record for Continuous
and Faithful Service.
Veteran Minister of Methodist
Church Answers Final
Call of The Master.
COUPLE WEDDED AT
ORENCO SUNDAY EYE
POPULAR COUPLE UNIT- SCOGGINS VALLEY GIRL
ED AT FOREST GROVE