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The Or ange ville Globe
/ [theamer ICAN :iA" OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER FOR CITY OF ORANGEVILLE ORANGEVILLE, IDAHO COUNTY, IDAHO, THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1922 VOL. XV, NO. 23 $1.50 THE YEAR IDAHO COUNTY BASE BALL LEAGUES Representative Fans Met Cottonwood Last Tuesday Night. at EIGHT TEAMS SIGNED Season's Schedule Opens on May 7tr; No Game at Grangeville. All towns in the league had dele gates at the meeting with the excep tion of Greencreek whose co-operation along any favorable lines was sent ii by telephone. John V. Nash of Cot tonwood was elected president; W H. Pearl of Stltes, vice president; F W. Albers of Cottonwood, see re tar; and treasurer. The managers of th< uifferent teams will constitute the board of control by whom the business of the league will be conducted. By-laws aud constitution were adopt td and after setting forth the objects of the league as being to "foster and promote the national game in Idaho county during the season of S>22" coutaiued the following: "ÆT An entrance fee of $7.50 shall bi paid into the treasury by each team three days before the first scheduled game, which fund shall he used t< defray the expense of the manage nient of the leagues. Any balance re laalnlng at the close of the season will te returned pro rata. A uniform admission charge ol twenty-five cents will be made to all games, the home team to receive tin entire gate receipts and pay all locö) expenses, visiting teams paying thei. own travelling expenses. To be eligible to membership on any shad have'obtained* 1 ^Uvehhood 1 with in a the county for a period^? Tix days prior b/the first^aml! in which they appear, and each team is requir ed to submit to the secretary of tin league ten copies of a list of not t. fxceed twenty names from which tli team shall be selected, before Mav 4th. No compensation to any Individ SÊàsjSSîaaSvS strikes and bases. One will be chosen by the lnmie team, the other by thr visitors, the home manager giving them their initial positions. For the official ball the meeting adopted the D. & M., for use in the two leagues. The winning teams In each of tin bagues will play for the champion ship of Idaho county at the close the schedule, the date and place to be selected by the managers of the win Representatives from Grangeville, Fenu, Ferdinand, Kooskia and Wino na met with a delegation from Cot tonwood at the latter place Tuesday night and after considerable discus sion organization of two leagues with . in the county resulted, the Nationals end the American, Grangeville, Cot tonwood, Ferdinand and Kooskia teams comprising the National lea gue, while Fenn, Stltes, Winona and Greencreek are included In the Ameri cans. iifaiw »v ^ -m rm r-, m * ! COUNCIL MEETS ; ! i 1 I : S ' : *< L ^ * ! The World Service Council of the Y. W. C. A., composed of a grotto | of 145 key women selected from various parts of the United States, will meet during the National Con- I ▼ention of the Young Women's Christian Association at Hot Springs, Arlc, April 27th. Mrs. 1 Lewis H. Lapham of New York City is chairman and will preside O ners. ■ ■■ r>< ; I - ■ Following is the schedule: National League. May 7—Orangeville at Kooskia : Cottonwood ut Ferdinand. May 14—Kooskia at Cottonwood : Ferdinand at Orangeville. May 21—Cottonwood at Kooskia Orangeville at Ferdinand. May 28—Kooskia at Cottonwood at Orangeville. June 4— Ferdinand ut Cottonwood Kooskia ut Orangeville. June 11—Orangeville wood; Ferdinand at Kooskia. American League. May 7 Stites at Fenu ; Greencreek at Winona. May 14—Fenu at Greecreek : Wiuo na at Stltes. May 21—Stltes Winona at Fenu. May 28—Fenn at Winona • creek at Stites. June 4—Fenn at Stites : Winona Greencreek. June 11 —Greencreek Stltes at Winona. Ferdinand at Cotton at Greencreek : Green at at Fenn • TWO SUCCESSFUL BUREAU MEETINGS Farmers of Uarpster and Clearwater Sections Now Organized. ^Fwo very good farm bureuu meet ings were held Monday and Tuesday of this week In the Uarpster and Clearwater communities, ltoth places were organized and a plan of work outlined for the coming year. Much interest was shown In the Harpster community in poultry and general c rop improvement and orders were taken for certified seed potatoes. It was the opinion of the men pres ent that the organization should the county commissioners this fall make a pest district of certain see t ' l,us °f the county n order that a systematic squirrel campaign might be Put on in order to effect the poisoning ot land that Is now a source of mn> annoyance to adjoining farmers. This ,and " owned for the most part by non-residents who are holding It fori speculation and naturally are not in jested in keeping it free from squir re is. By u systematic campaign as is Proposed this class of land would be poisoned along with the rest and the ( P should be rid of the pest In a , year8 - A certain amount of ° py , 18 < ® ent •jjch y°® r under the jvff*_ 8yst ,^ ln , y" 1 Practically no re to caeck them suffi , ^ 8a ^ ther crops. . or ,, e .™ en lnteregted In fr.L.®, ® ootl « a 'ry cows will be . ,,, s community a little later KL „„L? the breed and the ' ea '. tr Ihnting squirrel poison ? av ® Î cujllng demon " °" a flock of forty-eight hens. f oun( j ' 8 or The interest in the * ra water wSd on th^Äf ? t ,, C1< ; ar - Three fal 4 er s rf ^ ™S"seS a lS cL™ He _ hull ^ llf ge month a n i,i t? U * rn ' on exhibition at the meeting surf t WUS 8pecln,en of the typical dairy ÎÏT ' Thcse ? ea 88 wel1 «« other, in 'I'*" , , 1(1 Illlftinp . ' Kra<io Çoxra this fall dairy stwk Wie ,T? tPred W t was tt it fiti L da 'P pr,v this vear Internat IT» registered cows a systematic soîdrr^ n a,80 . 8hown lr > \ numbed of° lldiol campaI ^ n - wsä-SFm: ~TL .** " I18l\ to num poor layers were *»; ^A«.. » V.ars, M Tum. nay. Interred Yesterday Afternoon. After a long illness from wntei. „ relief was oTtaÄ, ^me^Baxte i U '\ Ty ? ,Pd at h,s hon "' ln White Bird Vpri'l and "w ''"Tr" ° n , Tnes<,av êeineterv' at thlt pla^"t 2 o'cWk ÄL ' «rangevillo. con j, f K hoi \ i(»o8. the funeral being W'ÏÂ'T.&ÎSÂ. non tbs sn<1 d ^fl t aCWl 76 yenr "' 3 noiiths and 29 days On November 26. 1S6R. he was unit P< ' n ma triage to Cynthia Ann Ross. lÄ'Z!? Wb'" t0 " ' >h , ndn - follows- Mrs G h I>mro Tst Nebr.: J P Bo"r CL t * i in • Mrs T 'Lli C ( 'if„ r . ton ' N V - m it Binghfimp A „tÄ B P |. videre. S. Dnkotn : Mrs. M Rofrem v ra Ä , VÄ : ^. vn nnf1 E vtrs t 'm ^ Ite Bird. Five sisters. Tv Biehardson. Wliito Bird J 7 , Hudson. Valentine. Wh r ■ til Ed ' rT 0 ' ra »fornla ; Mr« wm * ti'* ntV ' T ' ,wn ' Mr8 ' ' r Wllbrirt. Johnstown. N-hr • rnin, î r v 0f H Hielte. Wvo ming. also survive. 1 For Cash t W-LWaii-.., n n « . i nl ®j 1-, rH. I?* e ..U* 2' ^ Vr ' j mond lui chased Smith Home ! Through tut- office of M L. Ays , 1,8 jrcck C D DeArmond, one of t! c , **«* know 1 ra-mers of this imme.'.iatc "option, pu ' 'ti ed the Chas. S. Sn.lt'i residence ' ,r _ cash consideration Th, !.. r ' n< ' lu(î, "l I he furniture and pi in - b< ' e . 18 on ? ? f J he m ° 8t mo ' , eln ., ln . ' •• "r 1 ", 18 located in t e T ° f th t T ity ' Fossessi. ■; "" J* *' ren ynne l8t - when Mrs. r n m r H h I | < -*^| B Ch dren W,U Joln Mr in 1 .auroraia. WAS BURIED AT WHITE BIRD. FARMER BITS RESIDENCE. As President Waves To Teddy's Grandchildren m / \1 4 * v* 1 m Aumnt.mnt Grandchildren ol former .^President Roosevelt returned to the White House lawn Easter Monday when they participated in the annuaFegg-rolling contest. Shown in the picture are President and Mrs. Hardmg greeting the laddies Loa» the White House porch. Insert shows the children of Secretary ol Navy Denby and Ass'L Secretary Theodore Roosevelt receiving a salute from the President. urtii v. -vr- y. , 'Vill Probubly be Adjourned Tuesday Night to Permit Scales to Conclude Term at Nez PerCOl „ - tt „ KSJllIBJl BäQK C<iS6S Up. * DISTRICT COURT CONVENES MONDAY, MAY 1; 81 CASES FILED .TilHere Judge Wallace N. Scales, accont Ijianied by Mrs. Scales, arrived In thi city on Wednesday evening's train having adjourned court at Nez Pore« until Thursday, May 4th, night when adjournment will be taken to penult- the Judge to return to Ne. Fe ® to conclude the term for I.ewi: county. It is possible that the bank cases will occupy the atteution of thi court for a week or more, Following is the calendar, there Is »"« al * ' ri " lnal ca8e8 in " total " ''ä/'sä,. s . 3? - •«- ■» — - «-■ B y " when the Waterman bank case will come u; for hearing. The regular term as set by Judgi Scales will be convened at the cour house on Mouduy morning. May 1, and will continue until possible Tuesday Civil Calendar James M. Martin vs. A. A. Ham "" « *"«, » -»• . Em P ire National Bank vs. Enoch « ^»t^usen, suit ou note. su? - « SlStoït ^ Wareh ° U ^ Co. F M Frizzell vs C A Bicknell e al. suit for damages « W ' Tnu-ehlood vs. Salmon'Rive, 8 ^idï r M tt K*k maI1 , 8ult on account Harry Mcf^aulev vh P P Piivph r <» S' W Bank of Stites vs. C. M Butler' suit on note jj <- USfu i v v s ™ t 't et al suit to'^enforce ä „ , J ^/Johnson t0 vs e Salmon Rive, State Iinnk ot su 't for monev. Franz Schlicker vs (i B. Can.pb.-r pt al suit contrn( . t an<1 f h age8 . u 18,11 , Ada ° S,,,lth V8 ' Wm. MacNeill Sl V H "wriirlit vs T K «.«for an injunction KW "" r ^ "' Martin Woldson vs N Y Mining Co et al nnd delivery a *riaim ana delivery wlit(in „„J' C °" °' R Monro '' Vollmcr-Clearwater Co vs P 11 r ,, 8ne KU | t ,, n ^Tcconnt ' " | 1H „ ,l I v S C W n r ,w u man, suit for wajes "" K Vollm<*r-CU'arwut<*r Co. vs. Pljirk .T Matthews, Jr. forclosure of mortgage C. B. Knorr et al vs. Nezperce Hoi ,er Mllls et «h «' tion for conversion. Ba «'k of Stites et al vs J B Leer f r . 8utt on note V8 J 1 J. G. Fraliok, Commissioner etc. vs I. Ewing, suit on note. G. S. & T. Co. vs. Mark Arthur et al. foreclosure mortgage Arple Steen vs. Earl H Steen dl voree. ' c - B. Knorr et al vs. Sam Sfamev suit on note. * S. A. Deflong vs. S. E. Dunn et al foreclosure lien „. F,rRt Nat Bank Grangeville vs. Ben Wensman, replevin. Criminal Calendar. State of Idaho vs. C. W. Brock man, charge: unlawfully selling stock. State of Idaho vs. George J. Bur gund, Grund Larceny. State of Idaho vs. Everett Rambo. Bank of Stites et al vs. E. H. Steen, suit on note. Bank of Stltes et al vs. Mrs. Arph Bank of Stltes et al vs. E. M. Steen suit on note. Steen, suit on note. Bank of Stltes et al vs. Lawrence Howard, suit on uote. Churles Amera et al vs. Lutliei Hampton et al, suit to set aside deeds Gaiety Mt. Mines Co. vs E. P. Adams, suit for iujunctiou. ' .i-i, u ,, ,, , . Alvm lteushaw vs. C. U. Works et G. S. & T. Co. vs. U L. Robertson, O. S. & T Co. vs. Tony Rylaarsdaui, suit on note. _ „ , G. S. & T. Co. vs Bert Brockman, suit on note , John Baer vs. Asa Jones et al, suit for damages, etc. Alois L. Bogner vs. Otto H. Nissen toreclosure mortgage. j O. C. Nail vs. Sam Stamey, fore closure chattel mortgage. Hugh Arnold vs. Tony John R.vlaars cam, suit for unlawful detainer. O. T. Lingo vs. L. H. Lee et al | suit on note. 1 John Mussum vs. Charles C. Brown action to dour title. Ferdinand Rochdale Co. vs. Glen Po ^ e ,? e f ?. 1 ' mortgage. al, Äusure Lrtgage | , B- «■ - ' V.wk». e. .1. foreclosure mortgage. Janies Davis vs. George H. Teats ^--1.*^ mortgage cbe'ure umrtgage. O. E. Guernsey vs. Western State dumber Co. foreclosure mortgage K,rra?:ro^' vs - J - A Maude V. Ayers vs. Marion Evans foreclosure mortgage. " Charles Holt vs. Brownlee Sheep Co.„ foreclosure mortgage. W. M. Rhodes et ai vs Ernest Wienss. foreclosure mortgage Hiram F. Evans vs. Heirs Georg. R,, " kpl <'tc suit to quiet title. '-' tmef Ck-arwater Co., vs. C. I. Morris, suit on note. Emil L. .Mueller vs. Robert H. Me Ca "' e r ' ' or ^ ,os ; ,rP mort gage. Lvons divorce ' - '" nS V ' f ' - His-r ^Highway Hist. vs. Don Highway Di«t.. suit on contract Goldie R. Stanley vs. Samuel Slam PV . divorce. J. G. Frallek. commissioner etc vs Wo8tprn States LumlH-r Co., soil m notes. . Roy D Wisdom vs. Lois Wisdom »'«voree. Albert C. Christner vs. H. II. Ue, ''haw, unlawful detainer. H. Robertson vs. Reynolds Rotiert i ^ et al - foreclosure lien. Ge °rgc Holler et al vs. Malm Neva da Min. Co., foreclosure lien. Joseph Squibb vs. Otto Schultz et aI. ejectment. , Jo ,ln H. Curtiss vs. Chester Spragut foreclosure ii,. ri Ada Smith foreclosure mortgage. C1ias J Hall vs. Hulda M Brock man, foreclosure mortgage. Mrs. Geo. T. Bacon vs Milo Wood foreclosure mortgage Charles H. Wilson el, foreclosure lieu. suit on note. ' vs. S. L. Mahurin vs. Charles C Gallagher et al, foreclosure mortgage Passed Away at Hospital at Lewiston Wednesday Afternoon. Charles W. Shim, n well known cltl- ! C. W. KHIKA HEAD. zen of this place, died at a hospital at Ix>wl8ton yesterday afternoon fol lowing an operation for appendicitis performed last Saturday. Mr. Shlra enjoyed the best of health until about two weeks ago when he was first af fllcted. His physician did not seem to l»e able to relieve his condition so he went to Lewiston where an Immediate ojierntlon was deelnred to be necessary He seemed to tie getting along nicely following the operation and hopes for his complete recovery were entertain ed until just before death resulted. At the time of the operation it was found, that the appendix had been ruptured. The remains will reach this city on this evening's train and will be taken to the Hancock chapel. Funeral ser vices will be held at the I. O. O. F. opera house at 2 o'clock Sunday after noon, O. A. Cooper and W. N. Knox, officiating. The services at the ceme tery will be in charge of the I. O. O F . of which d »censed had been a mem her for many yenrs. Charles Wesley Shlra was born February 1st. 1861. In Marlon countv Tndlnana. When n young man he mov ...... , . .. ed with his parents to northern Miss ouri. and spent several years In that „ . section and In the southern part of | Iowa, where he was united In marriage . .,,, ,, to Allie M. Mlioon, on October 11, 1801. To tills marriage five children were bom all of whom survive Mrs. S. E. Thrasher. Orangeville : Mrs. J. S Walker. Toppenish, Wash. ; T). Bryan H«rry B. and Phillip Shlra. of Orange V UI® All of the family with the oxceîltion of Mrs. Thrasher and Hurry Shirn T er f, a * t'^side at the time of t eallt. With his family deceased moved ti this place in 1910 from Noel. Mo., nr riving here In July. Later they pur chased the Chadwick residence In the eouth part of the city where they have since resided. For a number of years Mr. Shin. had been connected with the Christ ian church and was a charter mem- I her of the I. O. O. F. and Rchekuh I lodges of Noel. Mo. ° CROSS ..EVS^TO IÆAVE. Thomas Crossley Transferred to Coeur noma^r^ley lYansrerred to Coeur After* ÂÏÏÏvS he Nez ^ Forest since July, 1SH)8 ™os Crossley, who has reached thi ,as Iks-»" transf-rred^to iäsk ä„ a « nar at Coeur d'Alene, where In H * HRsociated with ( . K. MeHarg ÄSTÄAÄ ^ boa ' L hat V" "»P^rviaor of the Bitter Root (Idaho) National F <8t ' whoro h, ' remained until the " f »»•" NV '- ''erce forest in 199s WldIp ^rc Mr and Mrs With Execution of Superintendent \l) , IWs Now Filled. ... r ,P r( > >'t trustees of Grange V n p Independent school district No. 2 .'"'"I » mm-ting last evening and i : ' ,,l " :ion routine business rec-ived 'he acccntanccs of a number of teach ere elected a couple of weeks ago as '"Hows: Miss Leona Lynch. Miss Or Herzog Miss Stella Tuttle. Miss ' * rr ' »T* TO rvossifu have mad«- many close friendships and iegret is being expressed at their do parture. / TEACHERS ELECTED. w no wll employed in thi* errndos: Mrs Klfn Arnold. Mr« Wm. Lyon high 80I100I. Miss A lire anil Miss Mary Harlan • Miss Harlan is a sister of Harlan, ( ,f the Wlka Milli ery. APPENDICITIS OPERATION Mrs. Howard Wetherbbe was ofs-rat ed on early this week at Lewiston fo appendlcitls and Is n-;»orfed to Is- g«-t Ung along in good shape at this tin- - Mr. Wetherbee. who is cashier of * Hank of Camas Prairie went d -wn to Lewiston on Sunday moraine's tia'n Hccompat.iid by his son Field »C: bas be« n visiting here'for a f-w w-eV- Mrs. Wetherbee has he-n home in Lewiston during the wint-r inakbc/ b FUNDS ASKED TO AID RATE CAMPAIGN A. E. Holcombe, President of Association, Talks to Com mercial Club. WILL RAISE $20,000 Lewiston Pledges $1000, Other Cities and Towns Now Being Solicited. A. E. Holcombe, president of the Producers and Shippers Transporta tion league which was recently form ed ut Lewiston, was the guest of the Wednesday Commercial club luncheon, u,,d addressed the club at some length regarding the objects and need of the «'/gunUation, chief among which is the reduction of freight rates on wheat from the central Idaho section to the eoaBt terminals. Included In the district seeking to have the interstate commerce commis sion adjust the present rales on a more equitable basis is Idaho, Iydwls, Clear water, Nez i'erce Counties of Idaho, and Asotin county, Wushiugton, the latter being taken Into the organiza tion by mason of Lewiston being the shipping point, the warehouses being located on the north bank of the 'Snake river. The yearly Joss to that district is said to be $200,000. It was pointed out that all points on the Canins Prairie road from Grangeville to Craigmnnt. are assess ed a differential rate of 8 Vj cents per bushel to Culdesac, which Is consider ed unjust and discriminating. The executive board of the associa tion at a recent meeting established an assessment on the production of tlie districts of one-half Cent per bushel, approximately one-third of the amount It is proposed to save annually to the producers. A meeting of the executive commit tee of the Commercial Club has been called for aSturday uiglit when a corn mit tee will be selected to arrange for the solicitation of GrangeviUe's quota Jim i that of the producers of this soc tiou of the county A . Urbahn of the Miller Hardware t o., who was a delegate from the i„ ca i Commercial club at the rate i,.a ring held ut Portland some two years ago, gave some upt illustrations which showed that tariffs on the Camas Prairie road were greater for u run requiring two or three hours than for runs in the east requiring fj vt . days Frank McOrane A F Par Uor and others also pointed'out Un rlta i importance of having the ratc mutter presented to the interstate i ommercc commission with all necess arv d a tn Recentiy Mr. Holcombe vlsitetl Port i n „d nll d was given assurance that the Portland Chamber o* C mmr-rce would a n i.i its iw.wei- to ui<l in n.e nre sent contest for more equitable raV K HlKhway Information. McCready, came the information that mothm) ftlIinrt to fl „ nll( . r the ZT'X'Z " f It W, ■■C <> f <he North and Soidh highway to î^d '^i^aolutioi^thal it "is e" a-Aed '' av< ' th, ' '-».mlssloners an. ^ ,.r i,,k,. (Continue* on page 8) 1U.WWES0TA WOMAN IN' RACE FOR SENATE P q . b ! p r m . ffl Mrs. Peter Olesen, of Minnesota, proposes to give U. S. Senator Kellogg, Republican, a hot fight for his seat in the coming fall elections. She has the endorsement of the Democrats and also a large inde pendent following.