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FOREST GROVE PRESS
THURSADY, NOVEMBER G, 9131,
that only a united and non-partisan spirit could D ear M argaret : —Last wees [at 7:30. A good musical pro A Chance to Make Money in
P R E S S hope
to achieve. Out of that disaster, as out of was one of the most strenuous gram has been arranged. The
Your fpa'e lime
the wreck of Galveston, has come a new form weeks I have encountered since public is cordially invited to at
G E O R G E H U N T IN G T O N C U R R EY
the services of an
EDITOR AND O W N E R
to adopt a plan long established in Germany, but following lineup and judge for Special invitation is given to the active man or woman to look
lecture on Tuesday evening.
hitherto untried in America by any municipality yourself.
after the local subscription inter
Pub!:«hed rvrry Thurid.y at Forest Grove, Washington County, Oregon. larger than that of Staunton, Virginia; the plan,
ests of Cosmopolitan, Good
Entered at the Forest Grove, Oregon, Post Ofice as second-class matter. namely, of having a city governed as every
Housekeeping, Hearst’s Maga
an illsutrated lecture on as
great corporation is by a manager chosen solely had
as sfeen The young people of St. zine, Harper’s Bazaar, MoToR
for competency, and paid a salary commensurate by the huge telescopes were Anthony’s Parish met last Mon .nd MoToR BoaTinG. We pava
S u b s c r ip t io n R a t e s in A d v a n c e .
the value of his services.
g nernus cash commission and a
wonderful. By the successive
One Year.................... $1.50
Six Months..........75 Cents
evening at the residence oi monthly
which is regu-
“The new charter provides for a govern us of pictures taken by tele day
their pastor, and organized •< ated by salary
P h o n e M ain 502.
O f f i c e o n M a in S t r e e t .
to be known as “The Catho lone. It can be carried
administration of all the departments, except moon was brought closer until club
Coterie.” Several brilliant spare time or full time just
the city schools and the courts, will be in the theoretically speaking it was lic
for the club’s future preferred. It offers an unusual
“ Discussion is the greatest of all reformers. It hands of a city manager, a capable, trained ex ¡within 32 miles of us. I wa- programs
brought and discussed, an' opportunity, as many of our rep
just getting ready to run when it were
rationalizes everything it touches. It robs principles of ecutive, whom the commissioners will hire.
finally decided that they esen tati ves now earn $5,000 a
all false sanctity and throws them back on their reason
“In contrast with our habits of city govern | the operator changed the subject. rent a permanent
11 nd give year. You can do the same.
ableness. If they have no reasonableness it ruthlessly ment, our management of the public schools has
The next evening some of us series of dances, hi card
parties Write today for full particulars.
crushes them out of existence and sets up its own conclu been excellent. We select a school superintend Juniors skimmed around the etc., during the winter evenings,
Charles C. Schver, The
sions in their stead.”—Woodrow Wilson.
ent, not because he belongs to this political
a public dinner on Thanks Address,
classes mix in their attempts to as
New York City.
The following article, not even insist on finding him a resident of the tie each other up. Nothing giving
Coterie is an exclusive on.
A STEP F'ORWARD taken from the Salem city; but we search the country over for the serious happened, as the Sophs., and The admits
only actual member-
Daily Abstract, gives best man we can afford, and then we buy his were afraid and went to bed and of this and neighboring
parishes Royal bread at Purdy’s store.
GOVERNMENT. some reliable history of brains and experience for the good of our the Freshs. were afraid to come Its object is to furnish légitimât
the modern evolution of children. The Dayton plan applies the same around where they thought the and innocent amusements and t<
city government, and is especially of interest method to the management of the whole city. upper classmen would be. Both eliminate as far as possi b
to local people at this time:
ready for combat but
“Although new here, the plan is familiar in appeared
tendencies leading to mixed
both succesfully evaded the other any
The Abstract hopes for the good of the city Germany, where it has resulted in the most effi class.
and every one of its citizens that before another cient and economical city government in the
The club cordially extends it’.-
municipal election comes around Salem will world. It is certain to gain ground in the United Wednesday was our first invitation
to those eligible, an
adopt the commission form of government. The States. Our grandchildren will read with an annual, All College Day. In the invitations
present costly and cumbersome method involved incredulous smile of the days when the chief morning we had our class stunts be given to out it’s parties
A Toilet Article of value
in politics, foolish factions and other archaic magistrate of a great city could be chosen be in chapel. Our take-off, on the Those wishing to join
ociety for the hair and for eradi
features, has long outlined its usefulness. The cause of the shrewdness or the subservience he Seniors, received quite an ovation may come or send their the names
present form of city government is as much out had shown in the practice of petty and some and it was voted the best stunt any regular meeting, where to i
of dale in a modern city as street lighting with times dishonest politics.”
of the day. In the afternoon we vote will be taken for their ac- cating
the scalp. A n
tallow candles. Everywhere the new commis
played the faculty an exciting ceptence. The next meeting will
sion form of city government, and in many
elections, in gen- and won four to three. It was be held at father Buck’s residence tiseptic and germicide, pro
places with its most advanced feature a city THE WORLD Tuesday’s
moral reform great sport to see our profs., next Monday evening at 7:30 p. moting growth of the hair
manager instead of a mayor, is being adopted. IS GETTING and financial a optimism
over whom we imagine, w ‘re chronic- m.
Concerning the new plan, an exchange remarks: BETTER. the entire nation. Tammany
and as a dressing it is not
book worms, playing such a The officers elected were: Presi -:-
“All municipal students of American public
was defeated in the New York game.
I think we began to get dent, Edward Jasper; Vice Presi
affairs have spoken of our system of municipal election, at least four of the progressive meas closer together
The bag dent, Miss Krafsic; Secret» y,
government as the point at which democracy ures carried the Oregon state election. Multno rush between the th~re.
Bernards; Tresurer, Miss
Freshmen and Martin
has been least successful. They are right. The mah County voted the Columbia bridge appro Sophmores was thrilling
was Elizabeth Beal.
time honored organization of a mayor, board of priation, Salem, the state capital, voted dry, and only marred by a serious and injury
aldermen and common council is cumbrous and Hillsboro, the county seat of Washington to one of the conte tants. The
inefficient; often it is the easy prey of cor County, entered the parade of municipal water- “Babies” won by the score of REPUBLICAN MAJORITY
wagons, to what this spirit of progress and re
In the evening the Fresh F o rty P e r C e n t W cm en R egistered--- A Good Generous Sized Pottle, 50c
“Thirteen years ago a great storm swept form is due to would be hard to say. Any way 1-0.
formally invited into
over Galveston, Texas. The inrushing waters
T o ta l to O c to b er 13 is 2,861
and the day was fittingly
erased more than buildings and blotted out more ican citizens who are working for bet e.- things. college
ciowned with an all college feed. County Clerk Edw. C. Luce
than the boundaries of city wards. They oblit
Pacif-c Drug Co.
You know there is nothing I en has totaled the registration law
erated party lines and left a clean slate. The
than a feed and you
to October 18, 1913, to be
Forest Grove needs a well equipped suite of joy better
result was the commission form of government.
redily imagine how the up
be 2,861, divided into the follow' 1 Forest Grove - - Oregon
It has proved so simple, so direct, so efficient, rooms for a live Commercial Club. It needs an can
of All College Day im ing political affiliations:
that since then more than three hundred other adequate sewerage system and a new city climax
cities have adopted it. But although it is an cnarter. Then the “Prettiest town in Oregon” Friday me. evening, the Juniors Republican ......................... 1574
improvement over any previous form of city will also be the best town in the state, or else held an informal party and how Democrat .......................... 587
where, as far as that goes.
Independent ....................... 119
government, it has its vulnerable points.
“A little while ago Dayton, Ohio, like Gal
veston, Texas, met with a disaster. The waters
giving! I can hardly wait for Refused .............................. 387
poured over it and left it a sodden wreck, with
that time to come.
Progressive ....................... 35 B R Y A N T
its natural resources crippled, and facing tasks
No party............................ 5
T ed Bull Moose..........................
More Battleships or More Roads Next winter Congress will be Any one who will do nothing
S. L. P.................... ............ 1
to spend money for three for his town is helping to dig the
Prohibition Repub'ic n ... 1
County School New»
The cost of a battleship, with asked
number women régis-
trimmings, would build 500 miles a systematic development of A man who curses the town Superintendent Barnes an tering
of good road. The battleship national highways. It will prob furnishes the casket.
E dw . C. L uce ,
would be obsolete almost as soon ably vote the battleships and re The man so selfish as to have for the schools of Washington
as built, and ready for the scrap fuse to vote the good roads, on no time from his business to give county are now ready for distri
heap in ten years. The good the ground that good roads are a to the city’s affairs is making the bution. The amount of money
Is N ow Open for Business
road would, within three years at state
the most, repay its cost by the Yet a gridiron of good roads The man who does not adver $821 29. This amount purchased Marriage licenses have been
increase it would bring to abut would be a much better insurance tise is driving the hearse.
issued from the County Clerk’s
ting property values, and after of the general welfare than the The man who is pulling back 1488
ward would be a net, permanent costliest fleet of battleships that from any public enterprise throws will be held at Hillsboro, Novem Henry
Howard Holcomb, 23;
bi quets on the grave.
As a reducer of the cost of would you prefer to have your i he man who howls hard times j on Wednesday. There will be of Hillsboro. Debuhr, 17; both j
living, the good road has it over taxes spent?—Portland News. all the time preaches the funeral lectures and departmental work. Eli A. Bowbeer, legal; Ama
an I sings the doxology, and Monday evening the teachers and Simons, legal.
the battleship like a tent.’ What
is the use of expecting folks to
Are You Helping?
all sorrow and care.— Ex.
go back to the farm if the roads
by the Hillsboro Commercial
are so poor they can hardly get A wise man says:
i Club. On Tuesday evening at When in need of some more BOOK STORE
back, and, once hack, have to see A town that never has any P. U. Junior » Letters Home I the Crescent Theatre, Dr. House »ffice stationary call on the
the farm produce rot on the thing
and Dr. Elliot of Poitland will PRESS job department. Envel
to do in a public way is on
ground liecause of the difficulty the road
discuss the subject ol Social Hy opes, cards, letterheads, circular P ress Job Printing Satisfies
P a c if ic U n iv e r s it y
to the cemetery.
of getting it to market?
Wednesday evening. giene. The program will begin letters, bill heads etc.
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