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Special Train Excursion
Seattle, Tacoma and Portland
O-W. R. & N.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 31st
11:00 P. M. Leave Seattle
12:30 A. M. Leave Tacoma
6:15 A. M. Arrive Portland
6:45 A. M. Leave Portland
4:30 P. M. Arrive Bend
10:00 P. M. Leave Bend
7:30 A. M. Arrive Portland
8:00 A. M. Leave Portland
1: 15 P. M. Leave Tacoma
2:30 P. M. Arrive Seattle
,M ot wnlor. fcotoraf 'flhlslolshs'
were prontut, nnd wdrkvd lU'kWrntoly
to rovlvo tho strlckph man, hut with
out nvnll. Cnusu of donth vn un
douhtodly hwirt (nlluro.
Mr. Morrlck wnn 30 yours old, nnd
In survived by n vtf tuid two child
ren. Mo wns appointed Portland's
Postmaster In July, lit 10. Mr. Mer
rick hnd nutocd south vln Hums.
This will be a complete private train of sleeping-cars and dining-car, run on
the above special schedule; and tickets ($25.00 from Seattle and Tacoma, $17:50
from Portland) will include all expenses, sleeping accommodations, fure, meals in
the dining car, and meals at Bend. From the time a passenger buys his ticket until
he returns to his home, he will not be allowed to spend a dollar.
Make reservations at once with either Company. For further information, see
OREaON-WASHINQTON RAILWAY BEND PARK COMPANY
J. H. O'NEILL . . ' . FRANK B. POOR
District Passenger Agent General Manager
710 Second Ave., Seattle , Empire Building, Seattle
JONES IK SAY
TOWN W GOOD
RESENT AGITATION BY
militia to Redmond and wo have
So the Governor's atatement that
hla recent reports from Redmond
that tho town has Improved must he
all wrong. It didn't have room to
Improve. Tho trouble Is wo have
tbreo or half a dozen well meaning
but misqulded old women of both
exes up there who would like to ice
conducted on puritauloal
Redmond 3 fen In Portland Interview
Declare Reformer Retard Growth
of Town, Which Should Have
Three Thousand Inhabitant.
Ex-Mayor H. F. Jonca of Redmond
made the following statements In
Portland last Friday, as reported in
"This fellow Dillon came to town
looking for trouble," said Jones. "I
suspected him from the start and de
cided to see what bo was up to. So,
one night when I learned of a 'little
freeze-out game I sat in. I didn't
seo any money change bands and I
couldn't learn what Dillon's game
was. It was that hand of pokor
that Dillon reported to the Governor
and It was his evidence concerning
that game that caused my arrest and
conviction. I have appealed the case
to the Circuit Court.'
Jones, as well as other leading
citizens of Redmond are not so much
concerned over his own personal
intorest In the situation there as they
are over tho effoct that tho "roform"
agitation Is likely to have upon the
business of the commun'ty. They
declare that "the activity of the
'.holier than thou' element Is driving
Redmond la a town of 1200 people.
They point out It should have at least
3000 inhabitants. Constant meddl
ing with conditions that effect busi
ness, they say, has dwarfed tho city.
Rodmond is In the center of one of
the most productive regions in the
Northwest and Is destined to bo
great In spite of the agitators, they
"The morals of tho town aro good
today and they always have been
good. For that matter they ore no
better today than before Jones re
signed," said one of the men yester
day. "Wo never had open gambling
and don't have it now. We had no
undesirable women at tho time tho
Governor threatened to send the
TROUBLE OVERJEW SCHOOL
letter in Mctolltis I'nper Given Views
on Madras Fracas.
Tho following letter reprinted
from the Metollus Central Oregonlan,
shows that tho creation of tho now
union high school at Madras was not
as universally popular as generally
understood In the southern end of
Vanora, Ore., Aug. 4 M ,
Metollus, Ore., Olr: Thinking that
I know tho attitude In which you
people stand regarding tho Madras
union High School schomo I tako
tho liberty of writing you of how
such election was tried to be held
hore yesterday (a farse from begin
ning to end) in this dlstrlre No. 49.
The meeting was called for 1 o'clock
but was not going (nover called to
order nor objoct of meeting stated)
until 2; IS p. m. and no selection of
election officers was mado and tho
school board assumed tho authority
of election officers and two tellers
were named (VanTassel and Hough
tailing) by Chairman J. K. Campbell,
and the ballots wore distributed.
Then I challenged tho votes of C. K.
Powell and Omor Houghtolllng but
no attention was paid to my chal
lenge Until I again demanded that the
challenges bo acted on and then tho
word "challenge" was written after
each of tho names of tho challenged
voters and their ballots marked
challenged, yet tho chairman never
swore them, nor questioned them,
but permitted them to vote and both
these voted for high Bchool and
wlion those present had voted at 3
o'clock the votes wero counted and
showed S for and S against high
I have a letter from tho Stnto
School Superintendent saying a voter
must' have children of school ago
(on rolls I guess) or be on tax roll
(not on assessment roll) to bo en
titled to vote. Neither of these chal
lenged mon were on tax roll (but on
assessment rolls of this year) as
both aro nioro homesteaders hero,
and Powell has no family, -Hough-
tailing has a wife and ono child and
ho claims tho child was 4 years old
on August 2, 1912, but not on school
roll. I wroto Supt. Ford yesterday
asking that theso two votes he
counted out or that tho vote of tho
district bo annulled. Can't say what
ho and tho hoard will do. However,
It seems to me as the vote was taken
as a whole on all tho districts that
It should nnnull tho whole thing In
all tho districts. I loarn that In
Madras a Mr. Dorllng was permitted
to vote for the high school although
ho has no children nor taxable prop
erty. I also learn that after the
election hero was closed that tho
non-tax-paylng clerk, Goo. Irwin,
made hla report with ballots, etc., to
II. W. Turner of Madras Instead of
to the County School Superintendent.
Tho error was found and W. It.
Cook, a Madras hcaior, came down
hero this morning (Sunday, as It Is)
and after election Is supposed to bo
over, and hunted up J. K. Campbell
and Geo. Irwin (chairman and clerk)
and told me ho was going to havo
them amend or change their actions,
etc., and sign up a proper roport and
I guess ho has dono so as ho went
and got Campbell and brought him
down hore and now has gone to
Irwin's, so perhaps a new set of bal
lots and poll book will bo mado out
and signed and sent In, as all theso
I understand originated at Tho
Turner telephoned Alex Smith
hero last night that Irwin had sent
him tho ballots etc. My God!
what kind of a snldo way of doing
business with our chlldrens' school
funds Is this coming to, although I
have seen a lot of It here lately and
porhaps In Madras It Is worse. Can't
you people got an attorney to go he
ro ro District lioundry Hoard and seo
that justlco Is dono and also place
bo mo of thoho pcoplo behind bars,
whore thoy, belong, for If not Madras
dives will Increase for our high
school chlldrens' pit-fall.
Last Wedncsduy Postmaster Merrick,
of Portland, Ilc at ftkovletv.
A tragic damper was thrown up
on tho convention activities at 1tko-
view last week through tho sudden
death of Charles I), Morrlck, post
master of Portland and ono of tho
leading spirits among the big dele
gation from that city.
Mr, Morrlck, in company with oth
er members of tho party, wont to tho
hot springs a mllo and a half from
Lakevlow early Wednesday morning.
When tho other bathers emerged
from their dip, tho absence of Mr,
Morrlck was noted. Tho searchers
discovered the body lying at the bot
tom of tho springs, In less than five
NOTICK OF CONTN8T.
Dopnrtmout of tho Interior, United
States I.nnd Olllcn, Tho Dnllcn, Ore
gon, August 8, lt12,
To heirs of Mnrgnret I). Hobbivdo
censed, of No. 271 Sturk St., Port
land, Oregon, Contentce:
You nro hereby notified thnt llnrry
Spoor, who gives e-of R. R, Parker,
llond, Oregon, ns his pot-nffico ad
dress, did on August 8, 1912, lUo In
this office his duly corroltornted ap
plication to contest nud securo tho
cancellation of your homestead, entry
No. , Serial No. 07615, mado
October 4, 1910. for KU 8WU.
8oc. 1, KVi NWK, NKU 8WU,
Section 12, Township 1(1. 8., Rango
14, U., Wlllamuttu Meridian, and as
grounds for his contest ho alleges
that said Margaret 1). Huhbs, de
ceased, died Intestate, In tho City of
Portland, Statu of Orogou, on tho
SSth day of January, 1912, without
Issue; that sho loft a husband
(Georgo I). Huhbs), 4S vnrs old,
whose present place of rosldenco Is
unknown, that on the Oth day of
Fob., 1912, on tho petition of Mary
Dwyor, a. sister to the said Margnret
I). Ilolilm. tho County Court of Mult
nomah County, Oregon, apiolntvd
ono 8. F. Joffrey, administrator of tho
estate of tho said Margaret 1). Ilobbs,
Contestant further states that tho
said Margaret D. Ilobbs, deceased,
nevor established rosldenco on said
land; that sho never Impruvod or
cultivated tho same: that her heirs,
whoso address Is unknown, hao
nevor rcsldod on said laud or Im
proved or cultivated tho samo with
tu six months after tho death of ssld
entrywoman or at any other time or
You aro. therefore, further notified
that tho said allegations will be taken
by this ottlco as having been confess
ed by you, and your said entry will
bo canceled thereunder without fur
ther right to be heard therein, cither
beforo this ofllco or on appeal, If
you fall to fllo In this office within
twenty day after tho FOURTH pub
lication of this notice, as shown bo
low, your answer, under oath, spe
cifically nicotine and responding to
theso allegations of contest, or If
you fall within that time to fllo In
this ofllco duo proof that you havo
served a copy of your answer on tho
said contestant either In person or by
registered mall. It this service Is
mado by the delivery of a copy of
your answer to tho contestant In per
son, proof of such service must ho
either tho said contestant's written
acknowledgement of his receipt of tho
copy, showing tho dato of Its receipt,
or tho affidavit of the person by whom
tho delivery was mado stating when
nnd whoro tho copy was delivered;
If mado by registered mall, proof of
such servlco must consist of tho af
flavlt of tho person by whom tho copy
was mailed stating when and the post
oITIco to which It was mailed, nnd this
affiduvlt must bo accompanied by tho
postmasters receipt for the letter.
You should stato In your answer
tho name of tho post office to whloh
you deslro future notices to bo sent
I.OUIS II. ARNBfiO.V,
Dato of first publication, Aug. 14,
Dato of second publication Aug. 21,
Dato of third publication, Aug. 28,
Dato of fourth publication, Sep. 4,
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