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IEF NEWS OF OREGON
Orouon Unnkers association
convention lit Meuford.
.TfrBO tt!xt books question was
,J(,d umlT nt the icbool election
i-tirtloud.
tjp(jwrllr' pol contest waa
I t Amurtn Thursday. A ttlvor
lg cup w" tlie PrUe'
lArgod homcHtoiid law. Mont of the
lands embraced In tills d.mlKnatlon Ho
In the Deschutes and John Day river
basins.
Dental work fo the estimated valuo
of $2000 was performed on prisoners
at the state penitentiary during the'
hiBt week by applicant! for licenses
to practice dimtuttry In Oregon who1
appeared for exumliiatlon at the reu-1
lor suml-annual aeiNlon of the Oregon '
Hate board of deutnl examlncra. I
Interpreting the count v iiivi.i,,.. . I
t DamIqIam - "w I
tho firm i "'""""M"-ior u. u. rutnain of liend, Attorney.
k I to 10. General Crawford hold, thut If a coun-
ndrow J. Ilurur, Jr.. iirsi mayor ly n io be dlvldod Into three countlos, 1
one of the founder! of Dufur, died onch of the two now countlei muBt '
urtlntiil. " ,recolvo 85 per cent of the voto cunt1
(oiiroe adopted a new city charter In IU proposed boundaries, and 35 per '
i,0ut much opposition, uui oi li coin oi mo vote cubI In the balunce ,
t cant only soven were opposed or the torrltory, Including the othor
!,e charter. , proposod nw county. In other words,
Minus McPurliind of Bank! caiirM the attorney genoral hoi Is that when
riliiir deer In his back yard, to two new counties are being created
H pliica the animal had strayed. ut the mime time out of ono county the
"SJImmensc Celebration
Separate Conferences Between
Americans and Constitu- jSt. HeldlS
uonaiists buggested.
will keep It for a pet.
poreeiitiige of the vote that mum he
l ali' of Hurley Lull, ei-county obtnlntnl la the same for each pro-
i i ft. .. . iiiiHiiii iiiiw fmiiirv iiu in.Liii.ii
lt, were scuuurea m mo uajr i " t .u(1n um one
do, by the lodge ot eiks, in ao- Ucu. viuuien.
" wkiii io eveniiBtlliKiy kill off
.Initio tax; that's whut this measure
Is for," docliired T. J. fording, of I'or'..
lend, when he submitted a copy of a
proposed constitutional amendment tj
the socrotary of state. The measure.
lance with the man'! request
bin street dunce the last night
ho Salem cherry fair to be held
v 25, 20 and 27 will b one of the
arm of the celebration.
li.. n,. ii pisit Id Ant tt Inrnnrl '
ferce to attend the Cave Iy ! "' Kor'" " oM be In..
.... ..,., a. dim nniliu ui 1UVI(J ill.
Nation, which whs bold undor the
jilces of the Granta I'ush commer-
club.
icbnrd Wllllnina, former niombor
lonsnns from Oregon, school dl
jrof I'ort IiiikI and the oldest prac
nrr before the Oregon bar, died
I'orllnnd.
ho Orec.on nntloual gunrd, the Ida
a;itli:;i:il ciiurd and the regulars
i Vancouver harrucks, Wash., will
tin annual encampment at Guar
t Turk July 12 to 20.
n Bgulc, rontaiiilng a half moon
liiowlim the "Man In the MooV
boon found by Mrs. N. J. Moore,
Agate Di'iich. It Is ono of tlio niont
,irUtle iiKules ever found.
b out of doors dlHplay representing
..on life will ho ono of the nttrnc
(c.tur b at the l'nnaiua-t'aclfic
illlun at S.in Francisco. The ex-
I will com about 1 10,000.
U following officers were electod
tho Oregon l'loneer asHoclatlon.
Ideiit, T. T. Oeer, 1851; vlreproa-
X Charles I). Moorca, 1S52; seo
ry, Georiie II. Illmes, 1853; tre.ta-
r. Chirl-B K. Uidd. 18S7; directors,
o W. Vlnto. IMS; Henry U Tit-
k. 1FS;1 ; Nathan K. Dlrd. 1846.
ha On-ivin apple box will become
ilanilanl npplo box for the entire
led SlutiK, If congress can find
' to puKs Die linker bill, which
favorably reported recently to
tiouae by the committee on Coin-
'. weightM and measures.
p an opinion nuked by C. C. Spon-
of Orison city, Altorney-aonernl
Dunne. It proposes to amend section
1 of article IX of the constitution. The
menuure provides that no property, to
exceed In value tho sum of $:I00, shall
be exempted from taxation, and thut
this provision, when once' adoptod,
shall never he amended, except by
two thirds vote of all tho electors who
may participate In any general or spe
cial election wherein a change In the
system of assessment and taxation Is
proposed.
HOMK TWKN'TV YK.tltS AdO j
I 1
A young man by the name of Hans
Johnson was kicked iff of the train
hntween Hunter's station and (loe
on Tuesday last. He laid there all
night until the next day at noon
whon he was dlncovered by t'to men
who summoned a physlclar and was
found to bnve sustained a fractured
hip and a number of scratches Ho
was tuken to the hospital at 1 ortioni
on the next south hound train.
The St. Helens tioMic ichnol com
menced Monday with an attendance
of 83 scholars which line Increased to
4 2. The school Is under the mnr.BRf
ment of Prof. C. II JnncB formerly of
Warren, who says everything points
to a successful term of school.
E. 11. Flag and fuwlly of H U
boro, are visiting the family of J. It.
Deegle of Ctllton.
Mrs. W. J. Mucklo. of Rainier, was
ford h:ia held that the bonds of , visiting relatives In Rt. Helens on
in nr. t bo double the Saturday last.
Dan HIchardBon, Jimmy Cox and
E. T. Ooro left Tuosday for Mount St.
Helens on a hunting expedition to
be gone for several days.
xA clerks
ant of money It Is estimated they
' handle. The bonds must bo ap
ei by the school hoards and the
itr school superintendents.
ommleHloner Campbell bai an-
pcod that the state railroad com.
iloa henceforth would Insist upon See the Warn sr i ipncl: fea'uro
rommliinton merchants In the elate program!, Tuosday. Thursday and
'lng the commlKBlon merchant Sunday.
enacted by tho lust legislature. I AHC.VDK TIIKATKK
secretary of the Interior bai
'fluted a tract of 284.000" ncrea of
ft In Oregon for entry uiider the en-
We are hoadquartera for drew rks.
Nonli's Ark
i
The New Perkins, Hotel l
I'ORTLAND, OREGON
extends to you a cordial invitation to
make this hotel your headquarters.
Thoroughly ReDOYated and Defiled
Rooms Without Hath fli.oo niul Up
koonis with Private Hath 1.50 and Up
UCHm CENTRAL . . BEST OF SERVICE 3
RESTAURANT WITH FOOD AND PRICES RIGHT I
C. II. ssiIAFER, Manager
A COMPLETE LINE OF
lAm Atib CCMT UIT --CHILDREN
CL0THWG--- .
Call and look over our stock "
MORQ LJS c5c SON
Niagara Kalis, Ont. The mediators
proposed a new course of action which
will not only prolong the proceedings,
but eventually may work out a solu
tion of the Mexican problem.
Tho plan contemplates separate con
ferences between the Americans and
representatives of tho constitutional
lats. Justice Lamar and Frederick W.
Liuhmann would continue their deal
ings with the lluorta delegates
through the mediation board. In this
way all elements In tho Mexican situa
tion ' would be drawn together and
there would be no necessity for the
declaration of an armistice until some
agreement was reached and approved
by the rebels.
The plan wbb said to be a result of
the vlHlt of Minister Naon, of Argen
tina, to Washington, where President
Wilson Is understood to have empha
sized the w itten statement of Justice
Lamar that my agreement reached by
the medial in board which was not
approved y the constitutionalists
would bo paper agreement" and
would not accomplish the sole pur
pose of k United States, the paclfl
cotlo" of V xlco.
It -as re- irtod here that the Wash
ington government already had ex
tended an -ivltntlon to General Cur
rnnza to id his representatives to
Niagara T 1, N. Y to confer with
the Atneri'an delegates.
Oregon
Genrl Chao Not Executed.
Torrcon. Coahulla. Rumor that
Genoral AugoleB had been proclaimed
provisional president by General Villa
and General Chao had been executed
was denied by General Villa. As soon
as tho representatives reached bis
headquarters General Villa said that
he had heard nothing of General An
teles' dismissal from Carranza's cub
Inet, 11a reported at Saltlllo.
WAGE REDUCTION ADVISED
Shingle Manufacturers Plan to Meet
Foreign Competition.
Seattle, Wash. A meeting of shin
glo manufacturers of the stuto for the
purpose of recommending ways and
means to compete with l!rltlnh Colum
bla manufacturers, held here, resulted
In the decision that the best way to
meet tho situation was to reduce the
wnge schedule. A report embodying
this vlow was presented.
It Is generally understood that
new schedulo of wages among the
shinglo manufacturers of the state
will be put Into effect on July 1. The
committee appointed at the meeting
did not make such a recommendation,
but put the question to the Individual
manufacturer to act as he thinks best
BUTTE MINERS FORM
INDEPENDENT UNION
Butte, Mont. Secedera from the
Western Kcedrntion of Miners have
launched an Independent miners' un
ion, rejecting pence overtures of Pres
ident Uoyer and associates and elect
ing M temporary president M. Mc
Donald.
There la little hope of compromising
tho two factions and with the issues
sharply drawn an open breach la ex
pected. Federation officials threaten
to Import miners to fulfill tho con
tracts with the operating mlnmg com
panies.
A mass meeting was attended by
6000 miners. The report of the exec
utive committee, In whose hands had
been left the drafting ot the Insurg
ents' policy, was adopted without
chance.
No official recognition was taken of
the WeBtern Federation. President
Moyer hud no representatives preBont
to offer compromise and his apparent
advances In asking for the resignation
of all local minors' union officials did
not win even consideration from the
Insurgents.
Unofficially It was declared that the
socodorB' reasons for not accepting
advances from tho federation officials
wna determined opposition to the na
tional as well as local officers and a
strong desire not to be affiliated with
uny nutlonal organization. '
July 4th
1914
LYNCH
Under the Auspices of St.
Helens Fire Departmeut
i
z
t
GIBBS
BARBERS
A SANITARY AND MODERN SHOP
FIKST CLASS WOPJC
- ALL THE TIME
t
Baths
GIVE US A CALL
St. Helen. Oregon
.iterary, Musical and Sport Program
to be an Interesting One
OFFICERS. OF THE DAY
H n . .President
II jn. V. A. Carter . , Or ator
H ;n. Martin White .Chief Marshal
1. Sunrise-Salute
2. 9:00 a. 111. Parade Formation.
3 9 to 10:30 Tarade.
Martial Airs by City Hand of 17 pieces.
4. 10:30 Vocal Selections at City Tark
Direction of Mrs. G. R. Metsker
Invocation., ' .Rev: F. J. Myers
5. 10:4g Oration Hon. W. A. Carter
, Reading of eclaration of Iiulq'cmlcnce. . .Mrs. R. C. Williams
0. 11:15 to 11:30 Vocal Selections.
7. 11 :30 to 12:00 Patriotic Airs by City Band.
12:00 to 1:00 Refreshments.
1 :00 to 3:00 Uacesand Sports at St. Helens Cinder Path for
Liberal 1st and 2nd Prizes.
1. 220 yard dash, free for all.
2. Fat mens 100 yard dash, 200 lbs or over
3. Ladies free for all 100 yard dash.
4. .Sask Race, 50 yards.
5. 3 legged race, 100 yards
(). Girls under 15, 50 yards.
7. Boys under 15, 100 yards.
8. Bicycle race, 400 yards.
- 9. Slow Bicycle Race.
10. 100 yard non-professional.
11. Tug of War. 5 on a side.
3:00 to 5:00 p. m. Base Ball Game at the new city ball park.
ST. HELENS
vs.
KELSO
Prize for Winning Team.
5 :30 Log Rolling Contest for the Championship of the Colum
bia River. Open to all confers.
8:00 p. 111. Fireworks from Barges on the Columbia River.
9:00 p. 111. BIG pANCE IN THE CITY HALL,
V0NA.GRAY
Watches
Clocks
Jewelry
CUT GLASS
and NOVELTIES
Watch Repairing ,
a Specialty L
LOCATED IN RUTHERFORD BLDG.
ST. HELENS OHEGOX V
"Health Sunday" In Philadelphia.
Philadelphia. "Health Sunday'
was observed in more than 60
churches In this city when prominent
medical men from all sections of the
country addressed the congregation
on the fundumontal principles of pub
llo health.
Man Feedlno Llont Torn to Pieces.
Chicago. Emerson D. Dietrich, 28
venra old. a graduate ot Cornell unl
veraltv. was torn to shreds by five
Hons, whose cage he had entered to
feed them. Tliey virtually ate him
alive. . v.s
Annoue cement
To the People of St. Helens
and All Way Towns
ST. HELENS -PORTLAND AUTO CO.
has established Poitlaud Office
For Passenger Auto at
Meier 4 Frank's Store
6th and Alder Streets, Portland
Passenger auto will receive and deliver passengers
at this location beginning MAY 4th
REST ROOMS-FREE CHECK ROOM
PUJJLIC TELEPHONES
and every convenience is offered to you
. ' at
MEIER & FRANK'S
$200
DE LUXE
Grafonola
FREE
Save Your Votes
WILLIAMS
SHALL CO.
GROCERS
WHEN IN PORTLAND
E-A-T
AT
VHITIIEYS
108 FOURTH ST.
NIAR WANINO)TON
M-E-A-L-S
MORE 25c LESS
JUST LIKE HOME
Mm tow Men Ui Oo IB aw
f til electric Unci pucele ekeefcai IfM.
ope. trod 6 h ml a.
1
X J
OV II
That's
what you
est when
you buy
chocolates
Send to Modern Confec
tionery Company, Portland,
Oregon, 6 "Modern Sweetx"
eali cllDoea from tbc ndown foand la all
nck&ie of "Moderm" product, or lOccmt
(nrnpi or coin) fo pott if, and fall au.pt box
ol VocaM CbocoUtoi will be tent yon
Thbir Guaranty. If for any rcaaoa
Vogan CbocoUtM do aot fire a purcbawr per
fect MciHtctioBaWc art auiaoaxM m replact
uwa M tbtir speaat.
Lunch'
Waffles
X
EGGS FOR HATCHING Turkey
eggs, $2.00 pet setting. Thoroughbred
White Rock eggs, $1.00 per 15. One
turkey Tom for sale, $4.00.
MRS. J J BRUGGER,
Mayger, Oregon
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