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WASHI NGTON C O U N T Y ’S NE WS P AP E R .
FOREST GROVE, OREGON,
RESOLUTIONS PASSED BY CITIZENS IN MASS MEET
ING CALLING FOR THE AUDITING OF CITY ACCOUNTS
Nominees for Mayor and Three Councilmen Pledged to Arrange
for City Primary To Have Investigation of Funds Made- To
Secure Modern System of Bookkeeping—To Submit Any
Question of Disposal of Municipal Light or Water Plant to
Voters of City.
FRED B. SMIT11
THIRTEENTH ANNUAL CONVENTION YOUNG MEN'S
CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION CONVENES HERE FRIDAY
Delegates from All Sections of Oregon and Idaho Will Attend—
Programs of Interest Arranged Noted Workers to Address
Gatherings Banquet Saturday Evening Big Meeting for
Men at Christian Church Sunday Afternoon Sessions Close
The Thirteenth Annual Con-! Saturday Afternoon. M. E.
vention of the Young Men’s Church. Bible Study, led by
Christian Association will con- Norman Coleman. Se c t i ona l
vene in this city to-morrow for a Conferences: (a) City, Railroad
three day session. The opening and Industrial Associations, The
service willjbe held in the Con- Efficient Director, John P. Cong
regational church and the clos- don. Efficient Committee Ser-
ing service in the Methodist vice, II. W. Stone. Making Re-
Episcopal. Fred B. Smith, one ligion Efficient, Fred B. Smith,
of the best known among the (b) Student As s o c i a t i o n s :
Association workers, will be Keeping the Spiritual B’ires Hot,
present and address a meeting B’red B. Smith. College a
for men only Sunday afternoon Training for Service, Raymond
in the Christian church. Ray- Robbins. The Unoccupied B’ields
mond Robbins, another noted On Our Campus, W. H. Lewis,
member, will also attend and de- Informal Dinner for Delegates
Promptly at 8 o’clock Friday Attorney Langley, in a brief
night Acting-Mayor J. A. Thorn speech, moved that a new and
burg called to order one of the modern system of account, which
largest meetings ever held in would enable each of the city
this city. Vert’s hall being filled funds to be kept separately, be
to capacity by the men and wo adopted as soon as the books
men voters of. Forest Grove. had been audited. This mo-
C. 0. Roe was elected perman ion received a hearty second, and
ent chairman by a practically was passed unanimously.
unanimous vote, and Miss Minnie 0. M. Sanford, nominated by
Meyers and Fred Gardner ap Dr. Chas. Hines, received a ma
pointed secretaries. Attorney jority of the votes cast, for the
J. N. Hoffman presented Uie fol candidates for mayor; E. W.
lowing resolution, which was Haines, nominated by T. J. 0.
adopted by sections, with but Thatcher, running a close sec
ond, with a scattering vote for
Noted Y. M. C. A. Worker w'no vvill attend
Interstate Convention in tins city.
Longing for Oregon’s Moisture Paralysis Claims Another Victim
E. C. Lenneville, brother of James Martin Mangold died at
jjoe, the popular, recently bund his home in Seghers last Friday
led up his family and returned afternoon from a stroke of par
to the wilds of North Dakota, alysis. Deceased was close to
stopping at the village of Dickin h:: sixty-third year, and had
Congregational Church of Forest Grove
Marsh Hall of Pacific University
son, where the wind blows been a sufferer for some time
strong enough to keep the lid off from asthma and Bright’s dis
m. Congregational Church.
Resolved that it be the con Harvey Baldwin and Samuel |8,759A hours every year. And ease. He came to this section liver several instructive talks. 6 p. 7:30
Evening, M. E.
sensus of this Convention as Lawrence. The total vote cast now E. C. wants to return to the last April from Wheeling, W. An informal dinner for Satur Church. Saturday
Message of the
was 222, Sanford receiving 122, happy hunting grounds of Ore Va. He leaves besides a widow day evening has been arranged, Men and "The
Haines 77, Baldwin 14 and Law gon, to bask in perpetual sun- and daughter, four brothers and and other interesting features Raymond Robbins.
1st: That before any change rence
shall be made in municipal
Sunday. Morning Bible Study
P. C. Starrett and | the moisture which is so gener- were held Sunday in the chapel gram is now outlined as follows: College
lighting or ownership of the Dr. H. S. J. E. Goff,
led by Norman
received the nom j ously provided, according to J. of the Forest Grove Undertak Friday Evening, Congrega Coleman. Chapel,
municipal lighting plant, that inations for Todd
Church Services, Ad
the can G., who is in receipt of an ing company, Rev. Gould officiat tional Church. Opening service dresses by Convention
the same shall first be submitted didates and councilmen,
by II. W. Stone. “Tne Bible
cast being as | aerogram of lament and sadness ing. Interment was made in the in led Its
at an election to the voters of follows: Goff, votes
Relation to Education,” Men’s Meeting at 3:15—“ Ameri
Forest View cemetery.
147; Starrett, 150; from the wandering brother.
the City of Forest Grove, for the Todd, 135; Abraham,
Dr. John H. Boyd. Organiza ca’s Greatest Sin,’, B’red Smith,
purpose of ascertaining the will son, 90; Semones, 41; 79;
Christian Church. 7:30 p. m.
of the Convention.
Fruit Growers Hold Big Meeting Automobile Deals Death to Lad tion Saturday
of the Citizens.
“A World Wide Vision of the
2nd: That the Council by re Prof. W. G. Harrington, for A large number of fruit-grow- The little grandson of J. F. tional Church. Bible Study led Christian
Faith” Fred B. Smith,
solution or ordinance perm.t the City Recorder, and Robert P. ers met in the new cannery build Haynie, of this city, who was by Norman Coleman. ‘‘The M. E. Church.
voters of the City of Forest Wirtz, present incumbent, for ing in this city B’riday and listen struck and seriously injured by Social Application of the Gospel,” Service, M. E. Church.
Grove to select candidates for
to addresses by J. O. Holt, an automobile in the streets of Raymond Robbins. A Survey of
Treasurer, were nominated ed
City offices in a matter to con City
of the Eugene cannery, Portland last Saturday after Our Field, Jno. P. Congdon, R. Maus Entertainers Make Big Hit
form as nearly as possible to The chair appointed Dr. Chas. and A. Rupert,
Portland, on noon, died at the Good Samari A. Booth. “Abounding in This
the State Primary Nominating Hines, V. S. Abraham and Rev. fruit-growing and of marketing
the tan hospital 4 o’clock Sunday Grace Also,” B’red B. Smith. The Star theatre offered one of
o I morning and was buried Monday Noon meeting at the Star The the greatest attractions ever pre
a committee to fill any | the Fruit-Growers’ Association,
This was a most un
3d: That this convention re Barber
in this city, last week,
12 to 12:30, led by E. W. sented
vacancy in the list of nominees ; gave a brief report on the asso- afternoon.
fortunate accident, depriving a atre
quires at the hands of the City which
when the Maus entertainers, in
| ciation’s work during the past loving father and mother of a
Council a full and complete ac
an up-to-date repetoire of in
counting and investigation of Road Supervisors Appointed year, showing that all the stock son of rare promise and undoubt- j
strumental and vocal selections,
the various funds and finances
in the association had been sub ed gifts. The grandfather, whoi Locals Defeated at Basketball delighted hundreds every night.
of the City of Forest Grove, H illsboro , O r e ., The County scribed and nearly all of it paid thought everything of the child, | Too bad, but it had to be. The Star absolutely turned the
The cannery will be equip is broken hearted with grief.
and that the Council procure a
away. Standing room
Court Monday ‘for.
chaps from Newberg beat people
competent expert, who shall Commissioners’
ped for the coming season’s work The sympathy of the entire com The
was at a premium, and the at
make such investigation, and
it is expected that immense munity is extended to the be in the first basketball game of tractive little theatre was filled
40 road supervisors, and
that the result of such investiga pointed.
to capacity at each performance.
crops of fruits and berries will reaved parents and relatives.
the season, held in the P. U. The
tion be made public.
Maus entertainers are de
among the number. Two mem be available as a supply.
Gym last Friday night. Now
above the average, giv
4th: That any candidate ac bers of the appointing board
Bus Horses Go Home Alone the B’orest Grove lads have cidedly
cepting the nomination at the concluded their terms of office Schultz Paroled from Salem
Lee, who drives the bus sworn a deep vow of vengeance. tainment. It would
be hard to
hands of this convention pledge Monday evening, and there has It has been definitely establish for John
the Fashion stables, was The return match will not be re say which of the members
themselves to use their best been much speculation as to ed that Henry Schultz, who com compelled
to walk into town. corded in unsatisfactory num family excelled, as all were
efforts to secure the fulfillment whether the outgoing board mitted suicide some few weeks Monday night,
from the South bers, spirit and flesh wdling. tra good, securing well merited
would also levy the tax for the ago, near this city, was a paroled ern Pacific depot,
of the foregoing resolutions.
team And again, the Tigers put it all applause at each appearance.
ensuing year. This was left for convict from the S&lem peniten took a sudden notion as to the go home
the new board, however, which tiary. where he had been sen for supper, and breaking their over the second team in the pre The
Crops and Crooks in Beaverton will
plays offered by the Star are al
meet in this city^ Monday tenced to serve seven years for hitching straps, started out at a lim, which calls for more desper so
their part in attracting
B e a v e r t o n . O re . , — Seven morning.
ate effort when again they face new doing
attacking a girl in Wasco county. brisk trot for the barn, arriving each
to the house.
cents a pound is what the grow
a considerable length of time ground.
ers are receiving for hotseradish THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH Mrs. Glenn Metzger, of Seattle, ahead
grown on the beaverdam land At the Christian church next is visiting with Mrs. Willis Goff,
City Officials Have Visitor
which abounds in this locality, Sunday morning Mr. W. H. Day this week.
Flynn, de “BeGar,”
J. N. Brown is spending the The revival meetings at the paid a Jay
and the quality is uniformly ex will speak. Mr. Day is secre
to Forest Grove last
cellent, while the 1912 crop is
Peter Boscow and daugh week at Independence, attending Methodist Episcopal church are Saturday fora
chat with Chief of
of the railroad and construc ter Mrs.
to business matters.
one of the largest ever produced. tary
There is said to be more of this and is a good speaker with a Sunday at the Langley home in B'riday morning last Prof, and gardless of the cold and snow. know where he was Jay
vegetable grown in this locality great message. In the after this city.
than in any other portion of noon at this church there will be Mrs. A. U. Marsh entertained sented with a bouncing baby- way and direct and plain in his finally departed for McMinnville
tne members of the Fleur-de-Lis girl, who, it is understood, will address. Mrs. Crooks is ever for an interview with the genial
men’s meeting addressed club
Safe crackers entered the sa a by great
yesterday afternoon in a be named Constance Cushman. ready with her songs. The proprietors of the News-Report
Mr. Fred B. Smith whose most enjoyable
loon owned and run by Adam reputation
An open meeting of the Wo meetings will be broken into by er. Mr. B’lynn also visited with
Zengen some time last Thursday Every man is in now the world
club of this city will be the coming of the Y. M. C. A. the Honorable Mayor, and Coun
night and blew out the safe, should hear this address. The with Mrs. J. H. Hartley in Cali held January
13, at the home of convention, but will continue the cilman Barber, during his so
making a gateway worth $100. congregation adjourns in the fornia for some six weeks or two Mrs. Burlingame,
journ in “the prettiest town in
the sub following week.
Entrance was gained by boring evening for a union meeting at months, having left for the ject of art will when
holes in the wall between the
Each member is entitled to This afternoon the G. A. R.
Southern state last Monday.
studding, cutting out an entire the M. E. church.
and Women’s Relief Corps are The Knights of Pythias will
section through which the bur
A petition has been circulated bring one lady as a guest.
their installation ceremonies
glars could easily enter. From Mr. and Mrs. John Templeton, by friends of Marion Maarkham, Walter A. Smith, and wife, holding a joint installation in K. hold
evening, followed by a gen
this room a panel was cut out of this city, announce the mar city recorder, calling for the who is a daughter of Mrs. Ber- of P. hall. A dinner is being this
luncheon anil a general
of the door into the main bar riage of their daughter. Avis, to placing of his name on the city nart, of this city, have returned enjoved and the veterans are erous
good time. Rumor has it that
room. They built a fire in the H. William Banfield. of Port ticket as an independent candi to their home near Pendleton, holding a camp fire, relating one
the prominent business
stove and evidently took plenty land, which occurred on January date for recorder. A sufficient after a two weeks visit with the tales of the olden days, when all men of
theGro\e will contribute
cf time and worked in comfort. 4th. They will make their home number of signers have been se home folk. Mr. Smith has a were young and enthusiastic sup to the of merriment
of the evening
The noise was muffled by the use in Portland, where Mr. Banfield cured to insure to Markham a large sized ranch, which he porters of the cause of liberty iby “riding the goat.”
wockson an extensive scale.
is engaged in business.
of numerous gunny sacks.
, good run, at least.