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lets it happen again, because we can supply every man
in town with good, strong work shoes at a reasonable
Our line comprises the famous "Star Brand" Work
and Dress Shoes, which means that every shoe sold will
give entire satisfaction.
All "Star Brand" Shoes are "solid leather" from
heel to toe. A "Star" is stamped on the heel of every
shoe, which insures the wearer that he is getting the
most for his money.
THE QUALITY" ST HIE
President Taft Gives Seri-
ous Thought to Inter
The Mexican situation is becomirg
moie acute each day and fierce figntir g
is being continued. Much bloodshed
has er.tued Tom the Cattle of the
Madreo and Diaz force?. President
Taft replied to Madero's place fur non
intervention, saving no orders for
landing American t'cops nad been
given yet, but the Chief Executive
strongly pointed out the vital import
ance of the etrly establishment of
peace ard order, and the present para
mount duty is the prompt relief of the
The prtsident wisely realized that
intervention i- not a matter qf hasty
decit-ion. It should be postponed until
tbere is ro lunger question as to where
our duty lies. Intervention would
mean war. And it would also mean
the sacrifice of many more lives than
would be sacficed by the present follies
of the Mexicans.
Seven Tables Dinner
The Domestic Science Department
of Lakeview High School will give a
upper at thsir rooms in the school
building, Friday evening, Feb. 2$, 1913.
Jl will be along the order of a "pro
gressive" meal, there being seven
tables at which seven may sit for seven
minutes before passing on. Each table !
and its purt of the menu will be car
ried out in colors.
This will probably be the only public
function of the Do.xestic Science De
partment this year: therefore a good
patronage is solicited
Ihe tickets will be limited to one
hundred tni will be for sale at Thorn
ton'a Drug Store. 50 cents will entitle
each hold' r of a ticket to the entire
seven tables. U jors open at 7 p. m.
Kememoer date and place.
ry to be equal to any
j Beer brewed. Bot-
I tied and on draught
jl at all leading saloons
W a 1 W B
Reno Brewing Co. Inc.TI
MEN'S WORK SHOES
There is no use in a
man who works out-doors
throwing away money on
shoes that will not stand the
wear and tear of out-door
work. Many a working
man has had this experi
It's his own fault if he
Bly Stockmen Summoned
for Grazing Cattle on
Klimnth Northwestern: Deputy
United States Marshal returned from
B!v last eveniner, where he served
summons on George Bloomingcamp and
William Lowery in a civil action
broueht by the Indian Affairs Com
missioner in the Federal court at Port
land for the recovery of pound fefs
alleged to be owirg tr.e Government.
Bloomingeamp's and Lowry's c-ttle
are allege 1 to have strayed onto the
reservation and were impounded, but
that they were removed by their own
ers without having paid the legal
do'jndirg tees It is understood both
parties will get the legality of the im
Deputy Marshal Griffith also arrested
Elmer Lynch, while at Yanaix, on a
chagre of selling liquor to the Indians.
Lynch was brought as far as Bonanza,
where he was taken before the United
States commission and held in $."00 bail
to appear, when called, before the
Federal court in Portlano.
The latest railroad activities for Cen
tral Oregon comes from the official an
nouncement of J. D. Farrell, president
of the O W R. & N., that the Oregon
Eastern will rush work, and that it
will build to Bend and connect with
the Deschutes line, the present termi
nal of which is now at that place.
The Ladies Civic Improvement Club
and the Lakeview Mission have remov
ed from the Bunting building on
Center street to the rooms in the First
National Bank building formerly oc
cupied by Dr. Fiske. They now have
verv pleasant quarters and will fie them
up in a most comfortable manner. 'J
Wilson Hat Count of 435;
and Taft Eight
Congress has declared Wood row Wil
son elected President of the United
States and Thomas K. Marshall elected
The electoral vote certificate, open
ed in the presence of tho House and
Senate sitting together showed that
Mr. Wilson and Mr. Marshall received
435 electoral votes: that Theodore
Koosevelt for President and Hiram
W. Johnson for Vice-President receiv
ed SS votes and that William H. Tuft
for President and Nicholas Murray
Butler for vice-president received
Lincoln day exercises preceded the
electoral count in the House. Repre
sentative Kussell of Missouri, read
Lincoln's Gettysburg speech and K ?p
resentative Graham, ot Illinois, from
the district Lincoln once represented,
made a speech.
When the House and Senate finally
got into joint session the counting of
the vote began. As earn certificate
wbs read it was approved and recorded.
The reading of the certificate of
New Jersey's vote was accorded to
Senator Martine. In a loud voice he
announced the state's 14 votes for
Woodrow Wilson, and Senator Bacon
was unable to stop an outburst of ap-
When Uath was called, near the end
of the lis, a rourd of applause, led by
Senator Smoot, greeted the first votes
CHSt for Taft and Hutler. Another
round greeted the only other votes cast
for Taft, four from Vermont.
Silver Lake Items
(Silver Lake Leader)
Richard Sherlock went to Paisley
Sunday with Mr. Mocre in? his automo
bile. A bunch of about ten deer were seen
gnirg duwn toward the swamp Sunday.
Tiiey were evidently driver out of the
mountains by the deep snow.
B. T. McKimens. of Klamath Falls,
game warden located at Lakeview,
came to town Sunday to go over this
district with Wm. LaSater. Wonder
what is in the wind?
James Lane returned home from
Corvalhs, where he hBS been spending
the winter with his mother, last Fri
day. John Moore, the automobile man,
brought bim from Bend in bis ma
chine. Deep snow drifts were encountered
in many places but he bucked through
them all without any outside assist
ance. The snow extends from Bend to
within four miles of Fremont, and
Mr. Moore thought if he had runners
on his front wheels he could keep out
of the ruts and it would be easier on
the auto, besides he could make better
time. Accordingly he nr.d Nichols,
the village blacksmith, built a pHir of
runners last Saturday. There is net
enough snow in this vicinity to try
them out and he will have to wait un
til he gets to the timber before know
ing whether or not they will be a sue
cess. Prof. Hallock Discredited
No credence is given to the theories
of Dr. Charles Mullock, published in
The (Jregonian, concerning pre glacial
conditions In Oregon tv Proyfe-m.r
Arthur Colli re, of tne department of
geology, at the University of Oregon.
The conclusions of Dr. Hallock are
contrary to all scientific opinion, and
his alleged discoveries are probably
pure fakes, according to Professor
"The assertion that Cain built Enoch
near the present site of Klamath Falls
is a challange to unanimous scientific
authority," has declared the Oregon
geologist, . "The Garden of Eden
and the suena of the creation of
man are generally located in the south
western portion of Asia, and there is
no reason to believe that Cain migrated
any such distance as that separating
the two continents.
High School Notes
Basket Ball game in Snidera Opera
House Saturday night, between Lake
view and Alturaa.
The Art Exhibit which was planned
for the Higb School this week has been
postponed until March fifth to eigh'h.
The High School work ia showing
much better this semester than last.
Pupils in all departments are showing
througn interest and the work is very
The Basket Ball team with Mr. Dun
ton visited in the Alturaa schools last
Monday, They found some things
superior to Lakeview but on the whole
were glad to get home again and into
The school Literary has been changed
from Friday night to Friday afternoon.
The Senior Class is getting busv on
Hp.I nratior-. ?'hry hope to have a set
nt t atinti rnnrty In a weeks nd
be able to render an evening to.,. the
MUCH BUSINESS TO finishing PRESBYTERIAN
CuntlMii'il from first page
editing satisfactions of mortgages by
tho state land board.
H. B. 84. limiting indebtedness for
H. B. 17, repealing sections 3441 and
344'.' relating to terms of oflice of the
secretary of state, state treasurer,
printer and supreme judges.
If. B. 1'Jfi, amending motor vehicle
11. B. 14f, amends section 2099 rela
tive to penalty for sodomy.
II. B. 194, repeals section 70M1, ob
selete. II. B. 199, repeals sections 681:1 to
H. H. 200, repeals sections 64:!S
H. B. 91, amends section M3 relative
to maintenance ard custody of child
ren affected by divorce.
It. B. M. increasing salaries and dep
uties in oflice of assessor of Multnomah
H. B. 30, clearing government's title
of lands at Fort Stevens military res
ervation, H. B. 3.r, providing compensation for
persons held as witnesses In criminal
H. B. 133. amende sertim 20 and
repeals section 4791 and 4792 pertaining
to disorderly c. indue'.
H. S. l l(, relating to ballot titles on
measures referred to the people.
H. B. 130, civil se'viee for teachers
in school districts of 20,00') or more
H. B. 31, making 100 pounds the
standard weight for a sad of potatoes.
H. B. It'i relating to the descent and
distribution of real property.
H. B. 104. relating to mail inspector.
H. U. 130, authorizing school dis
tricts of 200.000 population to establish
tra le schools for dependent girls.
H B. lfV.t, widow's pension bill.
II B. 179, to prevent swine from
running at large in certain townships
in Malheur county.
H. B. SI, increasing salaries of all
circuit judges to $1000 a year.
H. B. 4S. repealing sections 2222,
2223. 49." t to 49i0.
H. B 79. relating to the inspection
of railroad track scales.
H. B. 138, amendments relating to
the retirement fund association.
H. B. 173, providing for the suspen
sion and inveatigat ion of the interstate
schedules of railroads before same be
come effective. ,
S. B. 73, amendment relative to the
employment anil pay of convicts.
S. B. 41, amendments relating to
roads or gateways for lands not reached
by convenient roadways.
S. Lt. 3f, legilating tare for the
weight of sacks in the sale of grain.
S. B. 4tf, increasing the fees of
applicants for admission to the bar.
S. 15. 10, provding free meeting
places for G.A.R. posts.
S. Ii. 22, amendments making the
shore of the Pacific ocean a public
S B. 2.S, amendments relating to
the interchange of intercalate traffic.
S. 15. St!, amending aectim tiHl'8 re
lative t" the costs of certain cases.
S. B. 71, amendments relative to
the transpo-tation of livestock by
S. B. 80, creating a light of action
against any person who gives or sells
liquor to an hatitual drunkard or an
S. B. 91, amending section 5791
relative to drainage of standing water.
S. K. 103, amending section 3411
relative to the time of meeting of
S. U. 118, amendments relative to
the care of cemeteries.
S. B. 123, authorizing the regents
ot the state university to lay out and
dedicate streets through the university
Hills In (Jovcrnor'K Hands
II. B. 116, creating tne office of
clerk of the circuit court tor Klamath
S. B. 93, amending section 719G, re
lating to the registration of land titles,
liillri Through Itoth IIoum-H
S. B. 77, to protect the lives, health
and morals of women and minor
S. B. 108, specifying hours of labor
oo state contracts
II. B. 69, sterilization bill.
II. B. 78, making it a crime to
threaten to kill and in pursuance there
of to purchase a weapon.
H. B. 98, relieving circuit judges of
tbe necessity of reading in toto any
statutes when instructing grand juries.
This bill was vetoed by the governor
and the veto ws sustained.
ALTURAS TEAM VICTORS
Continued from tirnt pBge
ine-up of the two t'amB was as follows :
Alturas Position Lakeview
Pierce K.F. Urem
Wells L.F. Thompson
Payne C. Bartdng.
Williams R. G. Hemingwr and
Campbell L.G. Ayrea
Ihe Nev Pine Creek school will give
an entertainment nt Saturday n ght
consiotir.g of drilL, ritoricala and ed
Dr. Crawford of Chicago
Chosen; Is a Talented
Jesse Darnell is In receipt of tho fot-
' lowing letter which is self explanatory
; in itself.
1'lucngo 111. I'rli 13, 1913.
j Dear Sir: I hitvr jut imti'd vnur ml in
II IIMiHic jniltnsl pnlilialird lie i c in
Chicago, asking Inr musician to Incite
III l..lkcvi W, (Hid IK that llillll'll to be
the town v tii-i c- I mil lining "l"t"g
to Inc. ilr nt ii I'll. I til i ill mlinstel, I
thought pel Imps vim would tic intrusted
in knowing iilnil u,-li tiuirnts I pluv. and
a little about mv musical ripnirm'r.
Have brrii working on time iimtiuiiiriils
since about the ng ul ti n l"iml Inking
up llir piano, thru llir xlidr 1 1 ninliolir
it ml lust lint not lean llir violin. 1 liavc
liail seven vrnn ripciHiicr in luiiid mihI
orrliiKtm with the slide 1 1 nmbniie, mid
wan ilirAtnr id llir hand nt I lie Univrr
hi t y of Woimtrr in Ohio for our year.
I lave tin 1 1 t w n rni cupeneiiee with the
violin in oiclioti.i woik lieu- in Clnnigo
I'lavrd trombone and violin with
the linnd and oiclustia at f.i.mtH 'u
Oirgoii, wluiel io located iliiniisj llir
Mliutnri ol 1111 In leg ird In voi.il
iolk, I have had srirral ifiitu rxprn
i iicrin tunic 1 1 in 1 1 1-1 le. Miiging luiiiloiir
mid mcoiiiI triinr. I ntn 2.1 year old,
not nun i ird, lui t v ill lr t lie lith ol the
coming Ma v. no providence pirvrniing.
I Mill lr vriv gild to inter into the
musical activit ic nl vour town and help
out in nut way ill it I po.nldv call.
I lour very little inloi milium irgauliog
lour t"Mi and am Inditing llieir iiiulei
the influence nt KeV. . I . Slili Ids. I. I
at Meillord. 1 ii-ll yon would lir kind
ruouili to .rile mr n caul or a Irtler
and tell lurvvtmt musical 01 gam it imifc
you liaic.it l.nkevicA. What (lie llir
iosililiticx nf tenting a limisr ami do
you ha vr a good lui mt in i ilenlrr their
or v mild you Hilvisr one to Imv I heir tin
lnlure here .and uliip It out to l.akevu w?
What ili ymi use I'T he. unit; and light -nig.'
it ix I what ! tln-iutuil tinpnl.it Ii in
ol LakevieA? I will til. ink you hi r
iii'U'Ii it you w ill niisw cr t lu sr nrsi ions
unit unv othrr Information ahout Lake
view that will lie lit 1 1 l 11 1 to know in ad
v.tnec. Anv cotuineicuil cltl'i litri at urr,
icwiptprr or anv literature iilinut I lie
town ili lir very much aini tatrd.
Vt ill iiunr at I. i kev lew illli nig I lie la t lei
laitid May Will lie gi ld In inert ymi
i n 1 1 in woi k vs ill) you.
Very Mi'ciilv yoniH
Geo. A. i'riiwfoid
State Aid Supported
The Senate approved tho Thompion
resolution, propoitng an amendment
to the constitution granting authority
to tho state to issue bunds for devulop
' mei t of water power for irriugtinn and
puoer pu'pases. If the house concurs,
the question will go before toe people
l.'n 'er the Thompson amenrnnent, in
a 1 lit'nn tn thfl inuu of bin l-i to tho
extent of 2 per cunt, of the assessed
valuation for building good rouds, the
state will be given power to issue
bonus to an amount not exceeding 2 per
cent additional for the purpose of irri
gating the desert lands of eastern Ore
gon, or for the purpose of developing
great power projects, such as the one
By proclamation of Govenor West
last Monday was designated for obser
vance as Child Welfare day in Oregon.
The proclamation follows:
"The men and women of tomorrow
will be what the boys and girls of to
day are taught to be. The citizenship
of the country grows from and depends
upon the children of the country.
"The Nalioral Congresa of Mothers
desires through united effort to bring
home to all the people the great need
of the best education, control and care
of the young. Monday, February 17
has been set down as a day of Nation
al observance, on which tho National
Congress of Mothers and its affiliated
organizations shall bring this great
queation before the people in appro
HLBSCRIBK l OKTHK KXAMINKK
E. F. CHENEY
DANCE WAS SOCIAL
L.C.I.C. Increase Excheq
uer Handsome Sum
of SSO Dy Event
A brilliant success was the all-night
dance given last Frulay night by the
Ladies Civic Improvement Club. About
sever. ty llve couples assembled at the
Hnulor opera house, pnvlng tribute to
the popularity and progressive spirit
of tho club. The mimfc was provided
by Prof. Hioe, of Alturaa: Chas. Wal
lace, Joule Harvey and Miss l.orena
Bailey, of Lakeview and was a great
factor in making the evening memor
able. The net proceeds o' the dance was
ti ll. 10. with thrt exintni amount ng
to SSO 70 which leTt a gain of to0 40.
Aside from the flnaivial en I the affair
was pronounced one of lh test social
features of tho season and the mem
bers of the club are to tie congratulat
ed upon their enterprise In providing
such wholesome entertainment aa well
a acipiiriiig a fund which will be used
exclusively In ranking the city beauti
ful. The Indies felt very grateful to
ward the cltinens for their liberal pat
ronage of the dance and have requtatcd
tho Kixmlmir to express their appre
ciation for the generous spirit mani
fested. PARENTS SHOULD
HELP THE CHILD
Education Better Accom
plished Dy Giving As
sistance At Homo
When a high school pupil fails to pusa
bis exHtninslion'i or drops behind in
the rn 'tine work of his studies, it ia
on him that hi" parents and the teach
ers place the blumu. To him it belongs
in inns' eases, but not in all, and per
haps in any case not all of it His
parent too, have a respmiH bility,
and it is often they who have "failed
to pass" rather tnan the boy.
A teacher telephoned o the mother
of one of her pupils to suggest that he
was not putting time enough on bis
I.'Sboiis. "Why" aaid the mother "I
epxei t you to attend to liHt."
"Madam," tho teacher answered,
"Johnnie is only one of my pupils, tut
be is the only sun you hnve."
Tbe dfhool provides opportunities
for learning: the parent must see that
the chilil uses them. Ilo you point
out to your boy the- personal an I the
business valuo of an education? l'
you help him to select tho cotirn's thai
will be numt useful to him'.' Ilo you
help bim to see that he has a definite
time for study? Do voii provide a quiet
place for bim to study in, or must h
prepare hiH lessons in the midnt of all
tho distractions of a family evening?
When he has a hard problem to solve,
do you work it out for him, or do you
give him the piiicinus help that will
enable him to solve it fur himself?
Do you see that ho has l ine hours of
sleep and then see that be baa a good
breakfast? Do you trv to prevent the
scattering of his mental and physical
energies by caused by going to tho
dance, the theatre, the picture shows,
the Club meetings or loafing on the
street corners? Do you know your child's
teachers; and do you ever go to the
Hchool to talk over the ditrculties
If you will answer these qtiHestiotm
honestly, you will know whether it
ia vour child or you, who baa "Failed
to I 'ass."
Because the word "hello," as a salu
tation over the telephone, has been
deemed vulgar bv some of tbe fasti
dioua critics, an effort ia being made
at different places to have "good
morning," "goud afternoon" or "good
evening" take the place of the shorter
and handier word aa a form of greet
ing. If a fellow had occasion to use
his telephone along about midnight
we suppose he would have to say
It's When Your Horse
Starts to Bolt
that irovfN tlin vhunivtvr ot
your h anienti . Tin' mihIiIvii
strain In what WstH It In fn
utiuoHt. Svltlwr n sinhJi'ii
ntralo or u midden imll will nf
Art our harm us. It In Imin st ly
in ado of good. Inmost Irntlwr,
Hewed with fyxnl limi' st I liiiwid.
A net of It may mtvi' yon n bad
acvldeut. Itrtter have oiu: