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 - Knights Templar Install January 30 1 State lay...
Knights Templar Install January 30 1 State lay under unprecedented snows .with temperatures such as 19 below !at Chehalis, 13 below at Wenatche ',14 below at I.ongview, 13 above at Seattle. Everett's water famine fol - Officers of Woodland Commandery lowing bursting of mains mounted. No. 21 will be installed January 30. ' with 4.000 men out of work in mill James T. Langford, generalissimo of . shutdowns. Oregon felt the breath. . " , Difficulties grew in keeping the Co - vTS ilumbia and Willamette rivers open for i Deaths from exposure were sum - mi marized as seven in the Rocky Mountain States, 8 in south centred , state, 2 in New York City, 3 in ; Pennsylvania, 3 in Monterey, Mexico. and 7 in Chicago. Fear for the safety 1 of Police Lieutenant John Mathisen , of Los Angeles and three companions I in a mounta.n cabin near. Bear Lake giew as rescuers pushed toward th snowbound spot. Six men on the tug Faiquhar have been missing six days j in a blizzard near Vancouver. O Floods increased in the Missis - ! " sippi basin. Hundieds were ma - rooned on house tops, in snowy freez - weather near incennes, Ind., 1 Xewpoit, Ark., and Kennett, Mo. Sev - ,eial pei sons froze to death m Ten - ; ncssee and Mississippi. The Shenan - , i doah valley was coldest in eight years,' 'at 12 below. j The Rocky Mountain Northwest was i still very cold. A snowstorm blew , all day over Wyoming and moved over jOoloiado, Arizona, New Mexico. In , its wake down went the mercury. The delightful and convenient way to travel to any point on the Pacific Coast is over the smooth scenic highvr'ays, comfortably relaxed in a deep cushioned chair of a modern Motor Coach. That's the way knowing travelers go. It's the money saving way, too . . . take YOUR next trip by Motor Coach. San Francisco 2.60 Lcs Angeles 12.60 San Diego $ 15.fil) Portand 13.50 Seattle $16.00 UNION STAGE DEPOT Phone 23 j JOURNEY EDUCATION (By United Press) ; i LONDON A witness at Tower j Bridge police court declared, "I came I the grand commandery of Knights J Templar of California will be the in - 1 I stalling officer. j Those to be seated are: Eugene C. J Stowe, commander; Kenneth C. I - au - j j gonour, outgoing commander, gener - , alissimo; Arthur G. Van Gorder, cap - 1 I tain genreal; Harry D. Porter, treas - ; urer; Irvin Clover, recorder; Emory ' I F. Dodson, senior warden; John W. Caldwell, junior warden; Lester II. j j Cranston, warder; Herbert L. Mur - j phy, sword bearer; S, Larsen, stand - 1 i HnTlii'niTT - r C S. Raker, .sentinel. I

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  1. Woodland Daily Democrat,
  2. 21 Jan 1930, Tue,
  3. Page 4

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