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Hi'iTi'lxr jf 1. 1 I naatirr.
r-ecri'larv nf ar ,
I'o.l nilr Oeurral . . . .
I nomas l Marshall
... . M miam J lirtan
.. William li MiAdoo
.. I.liiilint M Harrison
, Jain.'. C M, Hit noldt
. ., .Alberts Hurli-eou
rVcretary nl Navr
Hrrrlrj of Interior
rii reiarji ol Aicripiilliira.
rierrttisry ol t'oititnrroe ..
.... rrauaiiii K
. Iavll lliiii.lon
.William V. KiilflrM
. . William II. Wllauu
rwereiery ol Uiiiiir
ulerslale Communis Comtnls.liinir
ftnoreiar of Slate
Mil in. I'ubilo Instruction. ,
.. O.walrt Wn
,. Hii W.OInoii
...Tlios. H, Kt
I.. It. Aldermen
W. H. Iiunlwa)
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0. at. Senator!
no. , Chamberlain
Uarry i aua
I . 0. Ilawlay
It.Wt A. J
II. i. Hear,
U. H. Hur
r. A. Moor
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nl i-ai'b xpi cI All ara cordially Invited l
iiwiiu me aorviri'B.
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LAKBVIKW LOIMJK No 71, A. P. A A If. Hold
atalod mpetluaa balurda.- on or lHlorti full
moon. Maroii Tl, April 1, May 17. Hpvvial
mtraiiuaa upon can. ctmaraiiy Miuraaj evrii
lna. Vlalilag brathran welcoma. K. K
Woudrix'k, W. M. i J Cbaa Wmlili, bvc'y
DKUKKK or HONOR - I.A K KHHOHK U.uot
No. 77. I), ol H., A O. I .W., Mnl .r t ami
llilrd Thurailaya ol em li uioniii in l nilr
Hall: Mary I'oal, Col II.; J. belle Artnvr, L
of II ; l.ra Hnyilor t:. of I'.; Alameda
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Mi-. u erery avcoud and lourth Tliurailay o
nh mouth. In Maaonlc Hall, lkerlew
k. L). Kvervtl. M.W.: Hail llrcunau, K
I. O. O. r -I.AKKVIKW MMIUK, No. all, 1
O.K., niucla every Haturday evenlui Ol
Polloara Hall, al 7::i0 o'rliH'k. from Ooto ci 1
ut April 1, and t olclock Irom April I in
He plumber Hi. W. . Vernon, N. u,, K. II,
Clark, tteoretar j
BKBKKAI1 LOIXIK-LAKKVIKW LOlKiK, NO
it, I. O. O. V., iiicf la the aivond and fonnt
friitava of '-ai'li inimih 'n MiM Kpllowi Hal J
ira. li. Jtaiu-y, N.w.i M. V. Mom, tieo'y.
I. and anil Law Of lice
Abstractor of Title
Entabllattpd Ihv. !.
Attorney at Law
and Notary Public
1). VENA TO It
I jiii d Slattern Mpcvlaiu
OPflCK Daly Mulldiiii.
W, 1-A1R TIIOMI'KON
Attorney at Law
Office ou 3rd Floor I lory ford l.ldg.
i; A. 8HEUMAN
ATTORNEY AT LAW
State and U. S. Court Practice
Offlce . ALTUKAS, CALIFORNIA
IU. J. IRVING IIUSSISLL
Fbyalolan and Burcaon
Hnyder & IteynoldH Druijr Store
PlIONKl Office, Main
J, L. LYON V
No. 343 Herjrford Uldic., Lakevlew, Ore.
IV. HAY DEN FISK
Sult337'339 Her y ford Bldg.
onto 052 -
A Want Ad In 77m Lako Couriy Examiner
Kcpuitcd n few times, if nccc.ss.'iry, will lit iJ h customer
for that property of yours. Tlicy tire scanned closely
ly intending buyers, and the cost is nominal f cents
the line for each insertion. Special long-time rate.
KOK "ALK Lot 33 H M, O. V. L.
A. 1.1; Hlao lUacrea, NX of H NV.
HK. Hec. 3l, ,'l p. ilU, ti. 1 .1 II
VVnrrik, Attica, Kimm. I'rlce $
H)K 8Al,i: 10 acnn nir Lrikevli'W
K of SX. V.M of SKif, Hrc 1. Tp.
8lf, Hahko 19, E. I'rlce liV). Ad
ilrfHM W. I.eltner, 4X11 No. Wlnchi'
ter A v. Chicago Dec. 11
1 11 K LiUevlew Abstract A Tit In Co.
In making Mcial price on Almt.racts
to O. V. L. t'o.'s TiartH iiml Town
AO KM I'M WAN ri-l) Wnt.' !o,l,i
fur M-i in hi -n t pio.lt urn n uiirHHli'M
fon-f. 1'n vli.iia hi llluif ex f r r ii-ii'a
lint ln-lfcaMry. 1 1- nl rtri-r t . mill
In willing to work utnl follow lu
at rue I Ioim, wit h n ilfMiro to U'lur
your c ti 1 1 1 1 1 u U C inmli nili.
inn rmtiip racltlo Nurwry Co , IWHl
,'I(IS Hunk KichAiiKo JHiIk. I'r
liiliil, Or. I-' fi -tt
SITUATION WANTKD-mh cook mar
uki'Vlf w, on a ranch or If a Imy
ramp, about tlie llrt of Muy. U p
Iiiivb tlircc boy a, hk" 18, 16, ami 13
Mr. ninl Mra llinrv lli'Ki'lbai h,
K. 2 H 3 A. Mlnnooln. Ktins
A.ItltrSlM All t tUAUm.
I. H. CL'TLKK whisky at the
1 lot! likrvtiw liar. Tlio lxt and
itir.Mit wlilxicy tnnil. tf
LOOK AT THE NOTICE KOK 111'.
ward iHMtii'd liy tl 'IV W-iihoiic
i onipaiiy lor at'HtroyiiiK ita iro-t-rty.
.riO KEW AKU.
A KEWAKI) of fifty dollars In iire
ty oltereil fur mioruiHtiou tlml will
lead to the ftrrou' ami convlctloo of
any oiriou who tutu stolen wlrea or
other iroitrty from our Comiany;
and the hhuih reward la horetiT cifi-reil
for informu' i',n that will load to the
arreet aud l urlctloii nf anyone dea
troylnx tin" jiroperty of the Coniiauy.
Meoretai y Lake Co. Tel. 4 Tel. Co.
NOTICE OK FINAL ACCOUNT
In tho Matter of the Kntate ol Emc-
line M LtiievlllB, dewaseit.
Nollto ih hereby Kiven that the
uinlerHigiii'd adinlnlatriitor of the es
tate of Emetine M. Liuvlllr, ilti-raHed,
hns filed hU final account of the fl'l
tnltilHtratlofi ut said estate wlib the
county clerk of Li ko County, Orcu-on.
and tliu l ouuty Court of Lake County, j
wreKoti, nun ny oriler nxcii Iburailay.
tlie ltfth day of r. bruury, 1014, nt the
Hour oi iu o clock, a. m.. an the time
ami the county courtroom, iu the
cotiuty court hoiiHc, In Lakevlew,
Oregon, as tlie place ii.r henrinir said
final acconnt noil all otijiH-tions there
to. and for Melt lenient t hereof
1 hcrcfore, nil u rnona iutereateil
are hereby notified aud rriilied to
tile their olilictioiiH to miil a. count, it
any they have, in writini; with the
county clerk nf Lake ( 'on nt.r, Oregon,
iiciore the lUih day of Kelirtinrv. 1H14.
I'aieii una lutn day ol January, l'J14
C. W. JOHNSON, administrator
of the cut ate of Emellue M. Llit
NOTICE OK FINAL ACCOUNT.
Notice I hereby o-lven that the
undersigned. Administrators of the
Partnurfihlu EHtateof S. F. AlilHtrom.
aicciiHKii, aua w in. tiunther, did on
tho -ml day of February, 1914. hie
tnlr final Account as such Admuila
tratom In the County Court of the
Mate of Oregon, for the County of
Iiko, and the Honoralila 11. Daly.
judge ol Halil Uotirt, on snld date,
lid fix Saturday the 7th day ol March.
HIM, at the hour of ten o'clock iu the
loreiioon thereof, an the time, and
he ( ouuty Court room In the County
court luiuae in Lakevlew, Lake Coun
ty, OrcKou, as the place for the hear
ing ol ill Final Account, and any
nud all objections thereto, and for
Now, all iieraons interested therein.
and having objections to said Final
Account are hereby required to present
the name accordion to law on or he-
fore the above date aud hour set forth
as the time for hearing ot said obect
Ioiih to said Final Acconnt, and tbe
Dated this 2nd day ot February.
F, M. MILLER, and
. Wm. GUNTHER,
Administrators of the Estate of H.
F. AhlstroiU. deceased, and Win.
Uunther. f5 6t
Yon will find that Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy has rccosjnliod ad
vantages over most medeclnes in use
lor coughs and colds. It does not
suppress a cough but loosens and re
lieves It. It aids expectoration and
pena the accretions, which enables
the system to throw oft a cold. It
counteracts any tendency of a cold to
result In pneumonia. It contains no
plum or other narcotic, and may be
given to a child as confidently as to
an adult. For sale by all deatlers.
Pat Twomey, until recently employed
at the Hotchkisa ranch, li now sojourn
ing In town. Pat la undecided as tu
ths future, but is seriously thinking of
making a trip east.
Curtis 4 Utley buy furs. N. 13 I
SHEEP ARE DOING
FINE IN CATLOW
(From Tlie Irluli New)
The tollowinff aelf-explinatory letter
wa received a few diya hro:
"Editor, Irish Nea :
Have juat arrived In I'lurh with a
bunch ot nurku after auenlinkT tie
winter in Catali Valley. We are
fccdiiiK mime of iho aheep hi're.
Kor (,'tiriHlmHH we hu I lola of anuw,
but it ha I all diitHipeare'l by Ne
The r-heep are doing line, am) as trie
wedlhtr Iihh lift'n very noil tu dain I
don't look tiT any Inae now Thf
weather hai not been cold a a durii.g
With T. J, Sullivan I am depoHitmg
19.00 for tubarriptionB to vour paper
as follows: For myself, thiee to br
rent to addresses as stated; Tim
Twomey, one; Tim Wi'!',a, "e: iIt
All the boys are strong and doing
1 will close by wiishing you all a
Bright and Prosperous New Year, and
noping mat me Piews win nave a wtoer Beraper wUb the height of buildings planning Is to divide this entire conn
clreuistion this year than ever before, j i other cities. Tbe Woolwortb build- try Into four districts, with perma-
bincereiy. Ben bhanahan.
WALK TO 'FRISCO
Daniel O'Lesry, aged 70 years,
Bleumcd into Sun r'runciHOO a few duys
kgo and, after he had handed a letter
to Mayor I'olpn intrusted to him by
the Mayor of Portland, O'Leary added
up his mileage and found that tie had
walked 101.857 miles since 1874. when
he began his professions! career as a
walker. "And 1 have more gasoline
left in mi tank." chuckled O'Leary.
after telling what a bully walk be had
down from Portland.
"Right now I would like to wslk any
msn of my age in the world, Weston
preferred. Tell you whst 1 bsve been
doing the last forty years on my birth
days: wslking as many miles as 1 am
years old. Last birthday, when 1 hit
the seventy mark, 1 stopped over to
Mount Hnori, a distance of about sev
enty miles, without any serious elT
orta." Mr. O'Leary recsils some of his
esrly triumphs, which were Dec ted
in San Francisco. In 1870 he walked
5o0 miles in six days, which was the
first time such a thing was attempted
on the coast. Later in the same year
he defeated Henry SchmehT of Chicago
in a six day match for $2,000 a side.
After that be walked all over the
world, including France, EngUnd,
Canada and Australia. Some of his
greauat triumphs were over Weston,
whom he defeated three times, once
being in England. In London, in 1880,
in a six-day match, be beat Weston 27
miles, wbicb created no end ot interest
throughout the world. It created so
much excitement that Parliament ad
journed the last three days to eee the
contest. Weston was backed by Sir
John Astley, a member ot Parliament.
Although an American, Weston took
sides with the English as against
O'Leary, who was reared in Ireland.
The Home Rule Question was at a
white beat, with Parnelle aiding the
Irish forces. Astley bung up a cham
pionship belt in addition to a side bet.
The bet was to have been won three
times. O'Lesry beat Weston the Hret
time easily, as already recounted.
Seoond time O'Leary competed for the
Astlay belt there were twenty Enlish-
men against him, and the odds were 20
to 1 against him. Because of poor
health, Weston declined the issue. O'
Leary defeated tbe big field handily,
walking 620 miles. Vaughn, tbe sec
ond man, negotiated 600. In his third
essay, O'Leary was beaten by Rowell,
who went go-as-you-please.
Mr. O Leary's IsBt strenuous contest
was at Cincinnati In 1907, wben he
walked 1,000 miles in 1,000 hours. He
walked a mile, rested the rest of that
hour, then walked another mile, rested
the rest ot that hour, and so on for
1,000 hours, which was a most arduous
performance for a man ot any age. "1
always keep my teet in first-class con
dition," he says, speaking of tbe art of
walking. 1 don't let any callouses
grow on the bottom. By using a little
sandpaper I.file off any growth and the
result my feet are soft, and smooth as
glass. I never use one pair of shoes
two days running. In fact, 1 used up
six pairs coming down from Portland,
-Irish World. 1
A Commission Investigates the
NEW YORK OVERTOPS ALL
The Commission Studies the Practloa
of Many Cities In Amertoa and Eu
rope In Height, Area and Oooupanoy
Regulation Interesting Dsta Col
lected. During the last eight months, saya
the American City, there has been un
der way a remarkably thorough end
liitclllpent study of tbe regulation of
the belghta of buildings. This In-
veHtlgatlon was financed by a $15,000
appropriation of -the board of eHti-
mate and apportionment of the city
of New York.
Tho coiiiihImmIou Iiiih InveNtigHted the
practice of tunny cities In America
n ml Europe In height, area and tx-cu-
pnncy reKiiliitlonH. Studies have been
made as to the effect of tbene regula-
tlons on property and rental values
and ou the more general growth and
development of the community. Tbe
attitude of tbe courts with regard to
the constitutionality of such remila -
lous has also been considered.
Tbe commission's investigations
.... .. ..
brought to light many Interesting
tacts, une onus, ror example, impres-
slve evidence of New York a peculiar
situation as regards building heights
DT COmoarinaT lUO CUTS Ulietll
lng Is 7M) feet In height ibis la 7t
feet higher than tbe maximum limit ;
for buildings In London. 078 feet high
er than the limit In Berlin. U85 feet;
higher than the limit In Paris. 671 j
feet higher I linn the limit in Rome and
078 feet higher than the limit In Stock- j
A building erected to a height equal
to the combined maximum heights
permitted In these five great European ,
capital cities would be noven feet low-'
er than the World building, und the !
World building Is only half as high
as the Wool worth building. A build
ing erected to a height equal to the
aggregate height limits of London.
Rerlln, Paris. Rome. Stockholm. Edin
burgh, Zurich. Frankfort-on-Maln. Co
logne. Dusseldorf and Hamburg would
exceed the height of tbe Woolwortb
building by only fourteen feet
Tbe maximum heights of buildings
permitted by ordinance In some of the
large cities of tbe United States hav
ing such restrictions are:
Charleston. B. C
Erie. Pa .'.
Fort Wnyne, Ind
Loa AnRolea. Cal
Manchester, N. H
Newark. N. J
Portland. Ore ICO
Providence. R, 1 10
Bait Lake City 16
Scranton. Pa I
Worcester. Maaa 13
The commission's report contains
tabulations which were most difficult
to obtain, but which were invaluable
In framing the recommendations bear
ing on safety und health. In this con
nection there are tables showing tbe
number of people on each floor In a
number of typical factory and offlce
buildings; showing the use of artificial
light near the windows of office build
ings on narrow streets at noon in sum
mer on a bright sunlit day; showing
the movements of people down stair
ways; showing the movements of
crowds on the level; showing the con
gestion In office buildings, factories,
large department stores, etc. From
such data calculations were made
showing tho length of time It would
take to get people out of certain typ
lenl crowded buildings, showing the
congestion that would result In certain
downtown streets if the buildings
were vacated In a panic and showiug
the Inadequacy of exit facilities In
Much attention hns been given by
the commission to tbe districting or
sonlng system In German and Aus
trian cities and to the lncreaslng'adop
tlon of this system of height and occu
pancy restrictions in ' the United
States. Tbe American cities repre
sented in such maps are Boston, Wash
ington, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Mil
waukee. Baltimore and Indianapolis.
A Town Planning Competition.
The University of Tolen, Tolen, Swe
den, has issued tbe particulars of a
competition which It is holding for the
purpose of developing as a business
speculation a considerable amount of
property which It owns on tbe out
skirts of the town. A portion of the
property is already occupied by the
university's museum and botanical
garden, and these will be Included in
the scheme. They have reserved about
30,000 square meters for tbe future
uses of tbe university and suggest re
serving space for open squares, a prom
enade and a playground. Only apart
ment bouses are to be built and tbey
are to be of a type to attract people of
the middle classes. Tbe flats are to
consist of from two rooms and a kitch
en to four rooms, maid's room and
A BUSINESS PROPOSITION.
llixli'i ii tow n pin fining la a
practlciil litMni'M prMitltlin.
TlitTf art.' tin- iMMt biinliiina ri-H-aont
w lili li pay divlili-tidit In dol
lars and iviiln for tbw proper de
Telopmcnt of the clty'a water
front, fur the utralKhtPiilug ntid
widctiliig of Klrifta, for the ellm
Imitlou of grades, for tbe proper
layout of belt line and terminal
railways, for the proper distri
bution of breathing apace, for
tlie proper coOMtruction of build
ing and for tbe Unking up of
natural living and business cen
ters through a carefully planned
system of underground, over
bead and surface railways for
both pnsaenger and freight busl
neaa. Adequate town planning touch
es tbe problems of sanitation,
police control and education on
their financial and social sides.
John Purroy Mltchcl.
RfQ CROSS IN SMALL TOWNS,
Society Is Planning to Place Nurses In
j To Improve conditions of life in
small towns and rural districts is at
' present the nlm of tbe American lied
CroHs H'M-lety. which la putting nurxes
j and public health instructors Into
tbeae country districts for the purpose
of teaching the inhabitants the es-
sentlals of sanitary and healthful Ut
! "We consider that it will be a big
j factor In Improving life in small
Ba,d P. BIcknell of he
Red Cross. "We expect to use the
jioo.000 fund given by Jacob Schlff as
a nucien, for this branch of the work.
and we already have sixteen nurses
at work now.
, -Annthar Innnvillnn vh eh nrav p
, net headquarters In each district and
with a trained man in charge of each
of the headquarters. By putting one
of these, possibly In New York, an-
j other iu Chicago, another possibly in
Denver, and the fourth in Sun Fran
cisco, the corps of workers stationed
at these headquarters would be able
to reach any part of the United States
in twenty-four hours. This would
bring the association Into closer touch
with tbe people of the entire country
and make us more able to handle any
"An extension of the staff has be
come necessary because of the growth
of the work, aud any such change
would make it much easier for us to
take care of disasters we might have.
Lust year there were nine big ones,
and at tbe time of tbe flood In Ohio
it took 300 men on our staff in the
flood district to meet tbe situation
there. Some change bus got to be
made, and dividing the country as we
have planned seems tbe best way to
Cities In Pennsylvania That Have Re
cently Adopted the Plan.
Twenty-three Pennsylvania cities of
tbe third class began use of the most
advanced system of municipal govern
ment on tbe first Monday in December,
when four new councllmen and a may
or in each city, to be known as com
missioners, assumed office.
Tbe system Includes the democratic
principles of initiative and referendum
and similar features of control that
have been successful in other states
and takes the place of the two councils
Tbe cities, with their population In
1910, which have begun operations un
der the commission form of govern
City. County. 1M0.
Readme Berks 96.071
Wllkeabarre ..Luserne C7.1U6
Brio Erie 66.63
Harrlabura ....Dauphin 64.186
Johnstown ....Cambria 66.481
Altoona Blair 62.U1
Allentown Lehlsh 61.913
York York 44.76U
McKeeaport ...Allegheny ., 42,694
Cheater Delaware ss.6Ti
New Caitla ...IJiwrence
Wllllamaport .Lycoming Il.ftiu
Raaton Northampton t&.bTi
Hasleton Luaerne K,4.r
Lebanon Lebanon 19.240
Pit tat on Luaerne 16,:Vi
Oil City Venanfto 15.66i
Bradford McKean 14.644
Franklin Venango H.TtTi
Tttuaville Crawford k.f&i
I!k Haven ..Clinton 7,771!
Mononrahela.. Washington 1,69.
Corry Erie I.yii
OLLi WIM1 HALN . MOK.
Meal 5 Served at All
Hours with every
thlng the market
$6 Meal Tickets
given to Family Din
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