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FOREST GROVE, OREGON, THURSDAY, JAN. 2i. PJ18
Tell of Battlefront
Mote than 100 residents of For-
Portland, Jan. 22.—The great
e t Grove journeyed to Hillsboro
est stumbling-block now in the
last Friday night to hear Major
way of the Food Administration
Edwards, Golonel McMillan and
is the selfishness and unpatriotic
('upturn (look lell of their exper
indifference of the average Oregon
iences in tfie fight. against W il
family, according to Federal Food
lie m’s i luus and Vandals
Administrator W. B. Ayer, who
the Liberty and ('re rent theaters
and the auditoiium of the court
says that wholesale and retail
house were jammed with people]
dialers throughout the state are
anxious to «et hr .t-hand inform-j
co operating splendidly, but that
ation fiom the theater of war.
the public in general, through in
Captain (look said when he left
greed and selfishness, is
Canada in 1011 for France he
proving a serious obstacle in the
didn't know what the war was
about, but he knew now; it w as1
successful carrying out of the Ad
jit keep the most despotic and
bloodthirsty tyrant on a European
‘ •Many families are splendidly
throne from extending his evil in-
said Mr. Ayer, “ and are
lluence. When the first troops
loyally observing the conservation
left Canada many men who had
not enlisted got on the trains and
requirements in every detail, but
insisted on going along. That is
many others are either selfishly or
the way Canadians felt about >
I AIM*-«! nflWvrw on th<- flrln« Itn« at Lena, M h J. Prince Aind-ashot of Siam being the one In the light coat. 2— j thoughtlessly ignoring the regula
German domination of the world.
British howitzer* In Kliuelcr* that continually hammer the German lines. 3—Carnp Mill«, Long Island, after being
tions, and in addition are making
ravaged by u severe wind and snow storm.
There were some costly mistakes
life miserable for the grocers, who
on Doth sides in the beginning of
the war, hi. battalion of lOof)
must restrict the sales of flour and
men having lost all but 280 dur
(¡rand Officer Visits Stars
Ill-natured complaints and
Installed Officers and Feasted
ing the first year. The allies have
Mrs. L e n a C. Mendenhall,
The members o f Rosewood threats of discontinued patronage
learned the trickery and resources
worthy grand matron of the Or
of th»* enemy now, however, anil
Camp No. 3835, Royal Neighbors are made by angry house-wives,
these complaints and threats in
allied soldiers are being spared 1
The “ Red Letter Day” com of America, saw their newly-elect
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many of the dangers they en*, paid her annual official visit to
ed officers installed last Friday
countered early In the war.
Fore t Chapter last Monday night, mittee of the Forest Grove Wo night, Mrs. Carrie Graham, past:
Major Edwards, who lost both : witnessed the initiation of two man’s club has arranged an ex oracle, assisted by Mrs. Alice |
arms in action, declared no man members and inspected the work cellent moving picture and musi Mar-hall, ceremonial marshal, in -'
eould do a greater thing for his 1
ings of the chapter in general cal program for their entertain dur-ting the various officers into i
country than to don its uniform
ment at the Star Theater next their new positions. The officers
Miss Mary Pickarts of Seattle,
and throw his might against Prus The worthy matron found much
are Mrs. Dora Emerson. Oracle;!
sian despotism. He described the • to commend and little to criticise Monday, afternoon and evening Mrs. Mary F. Lepchat, Vice Ora representing the Young Women's
< lei man and Austrian troops as in the conduct of the local chap The entertainment is being given cle; Mrs Winifred Aldrich, Re Christian Associations of the
being heartless and very expert in ter. Other visitors from Portland for the benefit of the Studen s’ corder; Mrs. Carrie Graham, Re Northwest, was in the city Mon
the matter of trickery and the in were Mrs. Young and Mrs. Belle Loan fund and should be well ceiver; Mrs. Alice Marshall. M a r-, day to organize the ladies of this
vention of new forms of savage
patronized. The prioe* are, gen ishal; Mrs. Rosetta Benfer, Chan city for the drive for fund« for
warfare. H e advised those at Richmond, worthy matron and
admission 25c: reserved seats cellor; Mrs. Nellie Myers, Inner patriotic war service by the Y .
home to keep the boys in Europe secretary, respectively, of Martha
Sentinel; Mrs. Rosa Sears, Outer
cheered up by cheerful letters. Washington chapter.
Refresh 35c and school children 10c. Ful Sentinel; Mrs. Minnie Roswurm, j W. C. A., which has set out to
“ Keep your troubles to your-1 ments and fraternal visiting fol lowing is the program:
raise a fund of $4,000,000 to erect
selves,” he counseled; “ the boys I lowed the evening’s work.
After theinsCiellation. the Neigh and maintain Hostess Houses in
have plenty of troubles of their >
bors enjoyed a nice chicken din the cantonments of this coun try,.
Mrs. E. E. Williams, grand or
with hot biscuits, salads, c o f-!
Colonel McMillan told how j ganist, and Mrs. Mary Abbott, i ‘ ‘ Snow White" - - Marguerite Clark fee, tea and other good things on places where soldiers may meet
their mothers and female relatives
troops were taken from this coun- j worthy matron of Forest chapter, Uncle Sam’s Hints to Housewives
try to Europe; how the unmost entertained Mrs Mendenhall,(the Cartoon Characters
and find a touch of home; for
. . .
care was necessary to prevent fhe grand matron); Mrs. Jessie Scott, Educational Scenery
Neighbors of Woodcraft Install
emergency housing of girls and
enemy learning the routes to be
women engaged in war work; for
. . .
taken. He eulogized the good | Todd, conductor; Mrs. Meta Alg- Orchestral Selection
work among the war-worn muni
work of the Red Cross and Army | gren, as-ociate conductor; and
Y. M. C. A. and asked the people i Miss Manche Lanrley, marshal, Vocal Solo "l.a Serenata" - Braga their newly-elected officers as fo l- : tion workers of Europe and the
Mrs. Wilbur MoEldowney
tp support these movements lib at a 5 o ’clock dinner before the
lows: Mrs, Pearl Ramsey, Past heroic nurses in the base hospitals.
Sun Is a Sinkin’ ”
Guardian Neighbor; Mrs. Anna
The work has the endorsement
G. Jean Bohannan Nicholson, Guardian Neighbor;
He saw many of the American
of Bragadier General James A.
Prof. E. E. Fleischmann
engineers in France and never j NOTES AND PERSONALS
Giltner, Adviser; j
saw a better looking lot of men, j
Mrs. Belle Roe, Magician: Mrs. Irons and Major General Green,
even among the Canadians.
Lilly Morley, Banker; Mrs Sophia at Camp Lewis; and Colonel
still on trial at Portland.
Smith. Clerk: Mrs. Lilly Buxton, \ Wolf, at Plattsburg, as well as
All the speakers made it plain
A «laughter was born yesterday Violin and Piano—‘ ‘ LeCalise-de-Bag-
1 Attendant; Mrs. Nettie Bellinger, many prominent civilians. Such
that there was but one outcome
Boieldieu Captain of Guard: Mrs. Emily!
of the war possible the complete to Mr. and Mrs Nonen McLeod
women as Mrs John R. Mott,
Arlie and Margaret Marsh
Anderson, Inner Sentinel; Mrs.;
overthrow of Hohenzollernism. I
Marguerite Clark * Lizzie Wirtz. Outer Sentinel; Mes- Mrs. Henry P. Davidson, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Griffin of Pictures
While they did not set a date for
. . .
Marian Bookman dames Catherine Wirtz, Nettie Robert E. Speer. Mrs. William
the big victory, they intimated
Miss Aileen Hoffman Hoffman a n d Emma Schultz. McMaster, Mrs. Chester Thorne,
that before another year had
Remember, next Monday—af Managers; Miss Jessie Buxton, Mrs. C. D. Stimson, Mrs. E. B.
passed Germany would be ready
A daughter was born last Thurs
Mu'ician; Mrs. Lilly Buxton, Burwell and Mrs. Helen Ladd
to accept almost any peace the day to Mr. and Mrs. Peter Yan- ternoon and evening
Tickets will be on sale tomorrow Press Correspondent. Mrs Belle
oudenhagen of Verboort.
allies were willing to olIYr them.
Corbett are behind the drive,
A new son arrived Friday at at Baldwin’s confectionery; doors ftoe was the installing officer.
which is being looked after in this
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Julius open at 3 and 7.30 p. m., with
J. D. Stewart, aged 82, died on city by a committee headed by
Vuylsteke of the Roy district.
Tuesday near Hillsboro and funer Mrs. J E. Pogue. This committee
W. P. Dyke attended the semi
al services were held in Forest
will go before the various women’s
With B J. Simpson and Rev annual meeting of the trustees of
The Armenian and Syrian Re , View cemetery a 1:30 this aft r- j organizations, lodges, etc., and
R. E. Putnam taking the affirma
Mr. and Mrs. James Devlin re lief drive is on for the last of the Deceased was a native of Tennes ask for contributions and what is
tive and E. M. Graham and W. J.
see and came to Oregon with an not raised in that manner of the
McCready t’other side of the ceived a letter from their son, Roy, week and the first of next.
The town has been districted ox train in 1864 and has lived in
proposition that “ Oregon Should written aboard .a transport near
and the young ladies have been the Willamette valley ever since. $400 asked of Forest Grove will
Adopt the National Non-Partisan j ing England.
! He leaves two sons, J. N. of Gales be raised by a canvass of the city.
Leage Program,” there is going to ■ You will be helping a worthy assigned their territories.
They will ring your door-bell Creek and C. W. of Scoggin’s v a l-! Washington county is asked to
be a lively and intensely interest cause if you go to the Star
ing debate at the Christian church i Theater next Monday, afternoon Saturday or Sunday, and ask you 'f ley, and a daughter, Mrs Louis raise $900.
next Tuesday evening, Jan. 29th. or evening. Good ¡musical and , to make a monthly pledge for the Thompson of Lyle, Wash.
Church Boards to Confer
year 1918 or a lump sum to be
The debate is staged by the For picture program.
Byron La Mont was 51 years
est Grove Brotherhood and is free
The official boards of the Con
A daughter was born at the
! “ young” yesterday and la-t night
to the public, following a dinner home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
The young ladies are author- a number of his friends and neigh gregational, Christian and Meth
by the members of the Brother-1 Kelley Saturday t o Mrs. H. ! ized by the Central committee to
bors came to the LaMont home to odist churches will meet at the
hood and others who care to pur I. Dickson, of Eastern Oregon, receive cash and credit the amount
help Byron celebrate the event. M. E. church at 2:30 next Sunday
chase tickets (35c). These tickets sister to Mrs. Kelley.
on the cards you sign.
M r . and- Mrs. LaMont warmly j afternoon to talk over the pro
are on sale by a committee of
These cards when signed by | welcomed their self-invited guests
The remains of Mrs. Belle W.
which A. E. Scott is chairman, Cook, aged 83, who died at New- you will be fumed in to O. L.
and the evening was pleasantly posed church federation scheme.
'fhe dinner will be in the base berg, arrived at 2:30 this after Hutchens at Russell’s Shoe Store,
spent at cards, music and refresh
At 7:45 this coming Saturday
ment of the church at 6:30 and noon and was interred in the where you can make further pay-
the debate in the Auditorium im Mountain View cemetery.
the members of the high
mediately after the dinner. Bet
team are going
He will turn the money over to
Mr. and Mrs. Allan Rice re
ter plan to attend.
scalps of their
turned last night from a two our treasurer, M . R. Johnson, at
See Marguerite Clark in “ Snow months’ visit in California. Mr. the First National Bank, who will has laid in a supply of good fuel long time rivals, from Newberg.
White” at the Star Monday, a f - : and Mrs. R. McCracken, who andit his accounts.
coal and is prepared to supply, The game takes place at P. U.
ternoon and evening. Benefit of j went with them, are still in Cali
Please bear in mind the people consumers at a reasonable price. gym and the admisssion is only
25c. Go get your money’s worth.
Students’ Loan fund.
are starving and need help at once. ' Order by telephone No. 0232.
Fine Program for
“ Red Letter Day”
Y. W. C. A. Drive
Is Started Here
Next Tuesday Night