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OREGON CITY ENTKIIMUSE, FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1901
If your blood h ililn and Im
pure, you arc miserable all flic
lime. It N Purc r'c'' blood
ihiit In vlicruics. strengthens,
refreshes. Vou certainly know
the medicine that brings good
hcalili to the liomc, the only
marine tcslcd ond tried for
i!0 years. A docto'b mcJicInc.
h i. v.. m, tirn. wlllimit it.mM tn Ar'r'i
H.....l, I !' illl..lllll ll..l
iii 1 1 ' v ni "I l( ii" I nni Hrrut li
1 M ik. Imi-U ' ' I-. r..aia. V J.
n,uht rontty Aid tho Sartftparlila.
Oregon City Enterprise
TOLD IN SIDEHEADS.
, r,,iau hni ti A. W ho
DP. l recently .nr. Ii.mmI II... Kail
.'' ,rIV nl llin corner nl Main mi't
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0 A. Knapp '"' F-'llM-
Win I ii i r. A rr nui'H in hsvr
r,, in.m l-l llm Oregon City
A,!rn.y snd !'" Harmony I 'r-ry
N,1PH l.ii a scries ( Ihlee debates,
j-, , I tn l discussed Iiv nil
tel l.i ii ' ''''I-
'U Ml . t
maik Taum Comity
,n noint'cl In M.itc
Trt---'t M"" Hi. . tu be applied
00 aintf Kli'i line If I lm conn
, I b'lai "I nbllgallolia "I ClMi '
.ii.jh I'linn'v in lli"1 slate ill this relation
li Ml." ''' '"
fun I'm CiM t'ul li I" - ('ll'1' -ii
1 1 ! '! i"i' under Mm rebate s.s-
inn i'l I l r cent " 'I itxn i by
(tirnir f r tonight. In -ri'xl nl os
linn iii"htli llmt has '""I
hlii-filt Mhiit has receipted ! r f I Ki.lMI
00 I toll "I U'.'.IKX).
Jvi ' I 1 1 r t tk M li"1 farmers'
initiiuiM in l'i' held at New Fra Tuesday,
Mrrl V".. ll.rrn wtU Im three sessions,
llirt'.l II Illlg Will I Ml enlivened at III
o'clik A M After llm usual basket
(turner, there ill Im mi (lrtlHKii Mini mi
ftrnii d n-i.nl. iii. i'lin meetings will be
lilifii 1 l.v Putin, tors limn the Cnr
Taili Arn iilliitnl i i11',ii. Tin furim-m
01 Clm k.iin.. county urn uri-.l In attend
II. Ii inertii.g. Hi course, 1 1 n- w ill U'
Upectr.l lu tiring Well-filled baskets.
mi Will. M(;r. At mass
Hireling lii'lil In' If lllill Saturday, tlir So
Cill.'li ul I Isi kslliMM Cnllllly decided In
Call I C 'II II I V I 'III Veil! i Ml III 11 liflil nl I i
H D I lly April V . Tim iil'Kii nl I lli
PiiivriilMii if llm liniiilim uf iiiiiipli'ln
Iriinitllvf itiiil I'lmiil y tu ki'l. A ruiiiinilli'K
a inuii 'l to Ki'i iiiK di4rn In tin pri'tift
ol ll.n I'.miii V In Ih i"liti'i uri'klv in tni
lnlri'l il tlm orKiimil'ili iml II" IK''
I. Tln'iM n limit iVHI HiH'iltKln In
Wml'iri ii run S i ki. I'.non C!iir
liui juif.l milt tlic Salmi Ii'hiii inaniik'1"
miril in tliH OiPitiiii hum lUm'I'ill
L-ijui. mm nl lb iitclifrN lur Hie
CijhIii 1'ilv orifntiizAtiun. Citliir lii'l
fir Iniimisf iiin ititiiniiii a I wirier
dunlin llm l-t two mhikiiiiii. Till" m tln
ion,l in. n , I ,i r nl llm Or'K'in City I emu
llnl i!l lliMyi'ar la with haUiin. Waril
If l,ii inK' rntilrarttnl aanlin ol I lie llnlil
ri ',ini. i, in,, mm, Ai an aiiiali'iir
p!lrl,iT, ('iiliir ma (iw i-,UIh on tln
HrM,i:ur iiik Ki v kk. 1 1 a villi; attain
Jl'k',. nl III H li'iit, llin Wlllami'llii
riTi'r ri'inuiiicil nUt oimry Um KrlUy,
Mil ti,.i-r rivt-r BilvaiHTD ilnlirati'il a
(lliiiti nl tlm rivir. PiirliiK thtt lnnt
tliicn tui kii tlm WllUnmtln rivof al
Uii ", mi I, ri-inaiiii'il nlnlinnary at a
fainlii-r Ht.in mill (or a Ioiikit time Hun
ny oilii.r tuim i lonrliKii yeari. Hw
ll'l. I),,. iimiKimlly lllill nUit lf lIlH
hvit, work in iom iliiirlinrnta ol llm
li'"r hiiIIh lut, I tu Im lim'untiiiii(l lor a
Aiiimud Mamonic IUndi'ict. The
KniuliiH li'iupliir liflil an iMilorUinnirnl
ml l,ii,ui.t at t'ortlaiiil lant Thiirailay
nililit. hi-vi-ral OrHtfnn City Mawina at
JpihIimI ,,ii. ri'iiort an tiveniiiic of rl t'li
jovini'iii. A n 1 1 1 n u tlioHii atlHinlini; from
thiiciiv wi.re: K. 1. lUmli, Dr. K. A.
7'" H. A. MillHr, Koliort Yoiiiik,
"'In- !'. K. liyan, J. K. lle.lK, (J. W.
J.viiin, lot. I.yiu h, J. 1'. KialinK. 0. A.
JJ'lliT. J. II. Humphry, Kred Miller, K.
liiiimiiif ami U. Kocriiur.
Hmi a I loo ItAKri.K. Two of the line
thoionli IiIooiIimI rutiieraiiifl Spita pnpn
thai rn nt wi'ck on exhibition in the
how window of Iliinllcy Iiroa.. wnrr
tlim ck mlllml oir. The aucrcHMlul
x)rHoi,H wiiro: Kohb Farr ami A. Klrin
Wn. Mini o IH pupa a inrrli-."l h'
Mi- I :,.. j,. V,hhI, ol (irccn I'niiii.
li-," ui.niln'r ii.-, am . tin. prop ii v nl h
I'mv in I'urillaiiil. Tlm lllili of the
I'linint will In, trainoil aa a iru-k ilng
ii'l aiiimiK tlm f,.ata lint will " h -toinpli
il will ho It'apinK from luihl. r
oin lifty ,.ut ijijjt,. j;, Karr, of tln
')', im tliu owner of these pupH.
1'iihtkk At Onck Tlm Clackamas
couniy nleciora are dilatory about regis
"riiii. Siih h January 1, when the bookn
opiimid for reintralioii, 1(5113 voters
re reuiHtered. In tlm same lenifth nf
Ji'im two years aio 24riH had performed
Jl"1 amo duty. The railing in the retfis
ft'on in this county is believed to be
""'to the. hj,.( t1Ht j,, enturtained by
D"'iy to the eirect that the registration
j' lo years ta was suHiciflnt for an In
Jlelniite p(.ri,i. There about &000 voters
in lurkamas county. Tho remainim
i"0 mum re.istor betwenn now and May
nut if they are to vote at the June
Tiibmk Aim (iiikmh. Thumi who ro in
iluln Ml IiIkIi laieN In I'., nl mi will 1,1, .
teiiMled III hi'MriiiK IrniM llmir brntlmr
Imimvers In llm town ol Ottmnwa, Iowa.
J. Y. Wood, ol tliltt ily, rermvcH a news
I'tipur In, in there, and a lain Ihhiid chii
Iiiiiii the Intereiiiliiu liiluriiinllnii that
llm I m levy there In IMi inilU. The Ux
mi a IftlHI prnpertv Im W. In CurvalllN
It Would be tl:i ?(). In Criiluii, oul.idit
ol Im oi pointed InwiiH, It would he H L'O
Cor vail Is Tlinra' lieniocml.;
Wil l, tit vn a Ham k. - Thii lioyul Ar
to n ti in . ol thl city, will uivh a lUiire at
llm Afinnrv in tlim i lly Kilday eveniiiK,
Aplll H Vlverent'M lili'tia-Mtrit llMN U'eii
eNtfiitfeil and will IuiiiihIi llm inimir. li
will he a aenil lep year all'iiir, In whlrh
tlm ladles will hiiTe the pilvileii ol i-li-V'llfiKK
a part nl the fUincMof llm even
lii(. I lie iiieinherM ol tins IihIkii Ml too
Well known mm miiik ennliil eillerUinerH to
reipiini any in t rxl ik-I Ion to tlm sorial
clioles ol Oregon (jlv. Invltiiliniis for
tlm parly will Im iued next week by a
roiiiinlliffl that ih hi'i-ii plan. , I in
elision ol the atranuelneiirN.
j I'aiii I'aiiiosh Wh.i. llm yeur IlKIII
w mm a proieMiiiM chic lur the Clear Creek
Cleamerv Co., a r,)-"-iutivii bniler
making ilialltiilion that la lx lr. on tlm
('lai kainaa rl er a lew inilea limn llun
ii' Iv. In the I'J inoiilha Ihla plant llinlill
llllrlllled i i.'il i 1 1 1 I ol butler. TliiH
j proilurl nelled llm patiolm MIIMVeiKKH
lor (he year n 1:0 renla per pound lor
their I utter at the I'leiiinei y, or "II f
ir.'iila when their rri'uni wis railed lor
I 'l he r, ml of inakiliK llm butler wm V
i ii'iilM per pound and tlm ri" ends from
I llm sale of the rreiliiiiTv'" oulpllt lor I he
! year ainoiiiiled In IM.VKI. The voliimn
ol l la i'oii,,aiiy 'a hiiaineHM is im regaiii
1 1. mi ri ii mi i iik Com ii. a im r A not her
deiiiiiriei to llm riini,iuil.t has hi eil II led
' in the ilkNI Mi tioll lor ilaiiiHge Suit ol
I Chaa. ( iimijeii MKMilial I'lM. W. V. Carll
i and C. A. Milan, ol thi i ily. I r . Hu.irt
apa-Mini( aeparalely, llnotiifb hia allnr
, lie) a ("lien Hi li UcIm-1 . demurs to Um
' loiiiplaint ii-a-liiB (hat the plttllitiir la
: not proniy iualllii', In luetiliite aril, ill
i lor daiiingea lor the reanoii lhal he Is Hot
I the pei in rrprenenlMlive ol the de-
ifhii',1 nor lur ei'ale ami lor the lilfher
leanon lhal Ihe coinplniiit falls In stale
fur! a Mlllllrienl U i'onllllle a cailae of
Mi'tliill. The CMae w III he tried at the
ri'Kiilar term ol the or nil I'ourt whh b
will Im on veiled on llm third .Monday
I'tWK Tl-KAalMI I 'M I M I AI.SM KS r.
Miss urlila, nl Klwnod. rloel a live
liiniiths m b'Kil lor ilininrl No. h.' lanl
Kndity, In the evening' "he vve an
enteilailiiiienl in Ihe achool houae,
hu h was a Inoat enjoyable allair. Had
a line programme ol recitations, ilia-ou).-ea,
tahleanx and iiitian al seleiiioiis,
hu b waa enjoyed bv all. Tlm rhll
dreii a, led their parta Very nicely, Wetter
than ever U-lore, shoauiii llm ellect id
her faithful elb.rla ami drill. There is a
(eeluiK of rrttrel aiiioun all the parents
that tlm school had to cloae to soon, as
the teacher has the faculty, to a marked
lenree, ol nnliatiiiK tlm alleiilioii and in
terest nl her pupils, and limy made nil
usual advance in their Hludiua.
FlHKMa Wil l, JiAMJI KT. The IIIHIlf
la-ra ol the voliiutner Urn departuieiit nl
Oienn Ci'v will hold their annual ban
ijuel at WilUinettii Hall Wednesday
eveiiitiK, March -.1 There will be a pro
liram nl uiuaie before Ihe least, which
w ill Im supplemented by several toasis
by prominent business men. Ihe ban
ipiel this year is belli); arranged laiKely
bv the members ol the Cataract com
pany which recently succeeded III elect
Iheir candidate, Howard M. i'.rownell.
chief ol Him department. Since this is
the Ural time in a doteii years that a can
didu'e of the Cataract company has lieen
elected lo (he bead ol toe department,
the banquet will Ino pirlly in celebration
ol Ihe fact. Alter the leaal of noodl hinKH,
culinary and Intellectual, there will likely
lie an athletic elhlhilioii.
Kkatti.k Hnr Won. One ol the best
llltblM that was ever pulled off in this
section ol Ihe I'acillo coast country was
tho laelitv round bout U-tween Kid
Krant, ol Seattle, and Jiminie Keilly.ol
i'ortland. This Ihixiiiu contest was held
at the Armory in Ibis city hist Thursday
tiiitht. In the twellth round Kraut
scored a knockout, pultinu Jieilly out of
business alter one of the lastcst goes
that was ever witnessed by I'ortland and
Oreiton City eporta. There were two hot
preliminaries, the llrst one heltiK be
tween two youtiK pupils of Tom Tracey,
of I'ortland. The other contest was a
four-round ao between Frank Freeman,
of this cily, and Kid Hatten, of Fast
Portland. In thie event Freeman had
decidedly the best of tho ar.uuiuiit, al
tbouiih his adversary was at least 16
Mr, Si-kki) in Sikkdv. SluaK L.
Speod, who for some months has been
an operative at the Oregon City woolen
mills, disMpHjared Irotn thie city mys
teriously last Saturday uiKht. Simiilta
neous with hia diiaipe'',. "re
also missing at the boarding bouse where
Speed roomed, several articles ol cloth
ing belonging to other boarders, f-H in
gold, and a diamond brooch valued at
I'aM), and the property of the iiiismng
man's aister-in-law, a Mrs. Speed, of
Chiciigo. Speed came to Oregon City
from Chicago, and the mission of Mre.
Speed in visiting this place at thie time
was to induce her relative to return to
hia Festern homo. The misMing man,
w-ho is about 'Zt years of age, was be
lieved to have Ke 10 I'ortland. where
the police locBled him about 3 o clock
Midday afternoon "' caused hie return
to Ms my-
I. XV. .a I'a.iitol
TlIK K(IATIV Oil'" "ui.-v.,i:.
. . . ...... t..;.. a. I mt a 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 (1
punialimeni was '" ,, ni- i ..
debate held at Willamette Hall l uesiUy
rM .1l..iu aviJl llsalil tint llir
. t .i. r,..,,.n.. t,tv Aim mv
Ihe auspices oi iiiwn,..v.'j V " '
ami the subject was atatod as o Iowa
Keeolved, "That Capital V!
Should lie AbohHlie ." Ho. . C.MI.O .
of I'ortland, anu n. v. j, - -
city, were the eteakere for the alhrma
.... .:.,..i.lu nf llm ariruinent
live, i lie neui.i " ... ., .
was presented by Mm Uur O.otl.er
l"y. J. C. Craig and Howard
ML Brownell. of thia city. There
waa a arge aiienoiinco
"Z waa thoroughly enjoyed, bo.ne
Biuii . . .,.,. hark uo bv
irood, Sll isianuai .... r ,
guv... , , wnrfl Ol-
ronv ncing lecia aim .i
u ..rfl vm. Irrtivi, ui ,
Hasl.m n j Ur. C D. Lov. of lb,, city,
rendered a decision favoring the nega-
Hkai.tiik Amoosaht. Among the no-1
hie features ol the Argonaut lor March
'Miss lilailya slid the Jan,
dialect story, by I'.ailev Milliard; "Ihe
llridne Mania. '' in which (ieraldine Bon
ner tells i, tlm terrible hold bridge w hist
has upon New York society people;
"Thlnus Theatrical ill i'arls;" a letter
of doings In the play houses thorn ; end
a t ritii ieiii ol "The Silver Hlipier," at
the Columbia, by Joaephine Hart I'lielpN.
A I.AiuiKU Fai tohy. A visitor from
Colormlo called nil the Oiegou CilV
Hoard ol 'I rade with a proposal lo Install
In this cily a plant lor Ihe luaiiu'acluro
ol fruit ladders, (mil presses and other
horticultural apparatus. The local com
mercial organization baa Ihe proposition
under cniisiderali in and will strive to
securoihe liidnsiry lur this cily. No
honua or other consideration is asked by
ihe piomoter of tlm plant, who is favor
B'dy impiesMcd with Ibis place as a de
snaliln liM'Mliori lor such a business.
Akhki-ii'Ii As Si -si-ki ts. Fred Sch's k
and Charles Jones, nl Killtoli, Multno
mah tviuhty, were arres'ed Tuesday night
on the charge of burglary, by Constable
Moody and Ollh erCkaa. Nobleti. ol this
city Tlm lads are suspected of burglar
izing the poHlolllce at Oawego at an early
hour U-l Sunday morning, when about
t'l in money and Meveral dollars in trade
Ionia, the property ol i. W. Trosser, ihe
merchant in whose store building the
Hial olli. e is located, were taken. The
only damaging evidence the olflcers have
agaiiiit the accued young men is the
k,..4kioi; o a iiuiiiher of these trade
coins, but in explatiMtion of ibis the lads
claim thai they (mind the checks on the
railroad track ii'-ar their homes at Ful
ton. Schoi k Mini Jones were h roll i; lit to
this city and, allend-positing a cash bail,
were rnleai. Their Ii il waa fixed by
liepuly rroaeiiiling Attorney J. V.
Thami Hai a lit n. I., r'eiguson, a
Nil Kia farmer, had an unpleasant ex
perieui e one dav last week w ith a tramp
Kerguaoii waa working ill a field when a
ti , ii ul tramp impnred i( be could do
enoiwh work to earn soliietbing to eat.
I'he lariuer replied that bis pantry had
been robbed but a lew lva More and
lor that reason he bad dltliculty in feed
ing even I imself without providing for
tramps wlmieat tlm stranger pulled a
revolver which he llourisl ed in the air
and adtiM-d llm granger to desist in
alio, hug to him as a tramp, rergusoii
replied liv stating ibat il the man with
the gun did not gel a move on himself
thai he 'Oild rail llm sheriff The
trump turned on the fanner a second
time and repealed bis thieat but Fergu
son did not wait lo hear any further en
treaties ami hastened to the (arm house
w hi'e tlm tramp wended Ins way towards
I .IMA I. P.OYM TooK SkcONI) MoSXV.
Several Oiegon Cily lade attended a
dance al i'aik place laal Saturday night,
but il it a Bale let that they will Hot go
there again unli-sa properly re enforced
witli a sullicient number to co w ith the
hukv la, la w ho live to the north of Ihit
city, lu eoine way wuliar lo public
dances, a dispute aroee between some of
the dancers, slid lo say thai there waa
something doing right away would be
limply reporting the fads There waa
no iroatponeiuciit of hostilities that a
regulation ring might be provided, but
the participants waled right in. The
Oregm Cily Iwye were oulnumlered
hadiy, and used excellent judgment.
They ran. Hut they nid not getaway
until some ol their uumber received
some decolorations of the cuticle ol such
character and dimensions that they have
been unable since to explain that it all
hapleiied in the woodshed.
STIVK tillKKSK HxlMIUKhKI). Ex-
I'osi master S. U. (treene last Saturday
night received a telegram from Senator
Mitchell liiformiug him of the passage of
a bill by Congress providing foi lireene'a
reimbursement to the extent of over
I'JtKI on account ol Ihe burglarizing of the
Oregon City poat-otlice in lHlHi while
lireene was serving as postmaster. In
Iiecember ISlHlthe Iik-bI pot-oflice was
entered by burglars who took 1X1.40 in
Bioncy in addition to stamps and other
oll'ue supplies, lireene was required by
the department to make good the money
loss. Until a short time prior to the
burglary lireene had been keeping the
post ollice receipts on aleposit in a local
bank but be was advised by an inspector
to discontinue the practice and keep all
funds in the safe al the post-ollice. It
w as largely on the strength of this show
ing that Senator Mitchell accomplished
Was ItuBSgn to Dsatii. Miss Rosina
Pmilh, a helpless cripple, was burned to
death at the home ol her uncle. Uu
Hrady, about tkree miles south of this
city, last SJundav evening. In the ab
sence of Mr. and Mrs. Brady, the unfor
tunate woman in some manner set fire
to her clothing and was found roasted to
a erisn on the leturn of her relatives
later in the evening. Almost miracu
lously the building did not catch atire
and the victim of the awful accident was
slowly burned to death. Coroner K. L.
Holman, of this city, was called but, af
ter investigating the circumstances, de
cided that an inquest waa not required,
aa no one waa blaraable for the death.
The deceased waa about 70 years of age
snd had been a cripple lor many years.
The remains were brought to the under
taking parlors ol Coroner Holman's in
this city and prepared for burial, which
took place at Aurora Tuesday, where
the deceased had relatives.
I'orti.nd May Join. There is every
possibility that Portland will be repre
sented in the Oregon State Baseball
league, savs the lelegram of .Monday
evening. Whether the league will be
expanded into a six-team league, includ
ing Portland and Oregon City, or will be
kept down to four teams, substituting
Portland for Vancouver, Wash., remains
to be seen, but it is an admitted fact
that Portland will undoubtedly form part
of the circuit. Dr. Kmmet Brake, win
was president of the Portland Nationals,
and Chester A. Whitemore, who was
president of the old Portland Baseball
Club, are two of the gentlemen who have
ku.n intemsted in the matter by Paul
Srnat. of Salem, who is in Portland at
the present time in regard to the matter,
Sroat reached Portland yester
day, and today has been spending bis
in Vancouver. Wash., and in Ore
gon City, to look over the prospects of a
six or four-team league. There have
lon rumors that Vancouver might
a -undraw, but according to other advicee,
v.nmivnr mav remain in the league, in
which tase Oregon City will aiso be
Tiik I'ai.ikic 1
twelfth annual c
Univkksitv Wins. The i
contest of the Intercolle
giate association was held in the audi-.
torium of thii Marsh Memorial ball In
Forest lirove F'rnlay night, the winner
being Richard I-rank l'etera of Pacific;
(''Diversity, Mr. Peters' oration on
"The (ii-rman Patriot, Otto von Ills- i
luarck," was pronounced the best in '
comparison with all the orations entered, '
and ids delivery was considered excel- j
lent. Second place was awarded to Kay I
lioodrlcli of llm University of Oregon. !
Hit oration on "The Passing ol Absolute;
Leadership," ranked high in comM)si- j
lion. Ilounrahli) mention was given to'
Mih. Kiluli Owen ol the Monmouth Nor- j
trial school. 'I he contest was close i
throughout and the imiiienie audience j
present gave the closest attention to the
speakers. Pacific college of Newberg '
was compelled to draw out ol the contest j
on account of the sickness ol their rep
resenU'ive, Audrey Krainien.
KoliiikUY at Ohwkoo The postoflice ;
at Oawego was hurglarix'-d early Sunday
morning and the burglar ntrrowly es
caped with bis life. A lion t 3 o'clock in j
llm morning postmiister (J. W. Pioss r j
was awakened by a disturbance in his I
store building in w hich the poatoffi :e is
loeati-d. With a companion, who was
arme l with a shot gun, Mr. Prosser pro
ceeded to the building wiiere the hurglar
was caught in the set ol robbing the till.
Hut the lei low escaped through a window
whence he hud entered the building and
successfully dodged the two ehota that t
were tired at his retreating figure.
Sheriff Shaver was promptly notified of
Ihe burglary and with Nighl Ollice.
Nohlett kept close vigil of the suspension
bridge at tlm city thinking the burglar I
might come to this cily. At daybreak J
the officers visited Hie scene of the burg- I
lary The thiol, who entered the build-1
ing through a window, is described as a !
short, heavy set man weighing about l'XI
poiiudh ami wore a dark suit of clothes.
A Unit pi in pennies ami a quantity of
stamps were carried away together with
several dollars in Mr. Prober's trade
checks. These coins will be helpful in
identifying the burglar.
IltKKAT is Hi rrxK. Fourteen to eleven
n lavor of Oregon City is the Score
w hich in part tells the stort of last night's j
basa-et hull game between Ihe Oregon
City and Salem Y. M. C, A's. That ie
the score as oflicially announced, Out in
reality wmsII lo 10 in favor ol Salem.
Four of Oregon City's points were made
after time had been called for by Salem
players, and after all the Salem players
had ceased to play, but because the ref
eree neglected to blow his whistle the
points were allowed to count. To say
that this was unfair would be stating it
too mildly. Il was simply robtiery. The
game was the lastcst, most interesting
and also the roughest game ever played
in the Y. M. C. A. gymnasium. The
Salem team put up a good, clean game
anil clearly outplayed their opponents
from start to IIuihIi. F'echter was the
etar player for the local team, although
every man played his position well. The
local men have been putting up good
ball this year and deserve better support
from the tieotile of Salem in the way of
attendance al games, than they have
been receiving. A. A'lllianis was the
star M)int winner for the victors, scoring
8 out ol the 14 points made. V.. Williams
came next with four piinU and Peters
scored two from the foul line. Salem's
pniuta were made as follows: F'echter,
seven ; Meyers, two and Jones two.
F'echter scored three on fouls. Number
of fouls called on Salem, five; on Oregon
Cily, six. Sunday's Salem Statesman.
Imi'ohkdo.n Aoatn. Another rank im
position was praclL-ed on the tolerant
peotde of Oregon City last Saturday
night when a double quartet of perform
ers, hailing from Portland, held (orth at
Shively's opera bouse in an attempted
production of what was called "The
Hand of Fate," though in reality it was
nothing more nor less than "The Con
vict's Daughter." The combined histri
onic talent ol the entire bunch would
not produce a serviceable stage scene
shifter (or an average playhouse. And
the performance itself was amateurish
beyond expretsion When the mother,
from who'll the daughter was about to
be taken, fell upon her knees and ex
claimed "See me on mv knees." no more
expression was employed than had she
atgeu a companion ai iue uiuirer um
to pass the butter. The other perform
ers were on a par. in tne aggregate me
gate receipts amounted to between $10 ,
and $17. Of that amount one newspaper
man received $s for advertising ana oo
printing and when otheradvertising bills
and incidental expenses bad been paid
there remained but 95 cents for the
memlieis of the compaoy. But that was
more than they really deserved. It is
regrettable that such inferior companies
are permitted to show in thie cily. But
in justice to Mr. Bhively, it must be said
that thia aggregation secured the use of
the ball upon representing that it was a
regularly organized troupe that had an
extra Dight in its itinerary and wished
to fill the same in at this point. ine
Hand of Fate" was evidently too much
of a name for tne company to carry.
Tb liirtk aat aTrtlVpieBta.
The flint periodical .newspaper of U
English pre nppeured in 1022, but
advertisements were not developed till
XG47. In April of the Utter year was
published No. 13 of "Perfect Oceur
rencies of Every Pule Journoll in I'ar
llnment and Other Moderute IiiU-lll-t-enoe,"
which coutalnetl the following
"A Book npplauded by the Clergy of
England called The Divine Bight of
CUurvh Government," collected by Bun
dry eminent Ministers lu the Citle of
London, corrected and augmented In
many places, wltli a briefs Reply to
wrtaln Queries otfiimst the Miuhjtery
of England; Is priuted and published
for Jaxippb Uunscot and George Cal
vert and Arc to be sold at Stationer's
Il.ill and at Uie 'Golden Fleece' In the
The Ixmdon Gazette vras the first
newspaper to publlau commercial ad
Tertiiicinfuts, which soon began to oc
cupy so much space that the proprie
tors, not wlbhlng to "charge tne Ga
irite with advertisement unlea they
be matters of Bute." Issued a Special
Advertisement Supplement, "printed
apart and recommended to tne Fubllck
by another baad."
Older still la an advertisement In a
feluck letter Dutch paper of aa auction
of aurar, hrcry and eeacco fcJ4 at
iksa okan mt MOtV
V. ' ai
Ung the Stomachs and Bowm of
ness and Rest.Conlains neithtT
Ojiiuin.Morvliiiie nor Mineral.
Mnii y m rimvm
Aprfecl Remedy forConstipa
rion . Sour S(03iach,Diarrhoca
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish
ness and Loss OF SLEEP.
Fax Simile Signature of
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
F. S. BAKER X
BUCKLEIN & KLEINSHMIDT. Proprietors.
General Machine Work of all kinds done. We carry in stock a line of Shafting
and Pulleys-new and second hand. First class Engine and Saw mill machinery.
Orders bv Mail or Telephone promptly filled.
At rear of Pope's Hardware Store. Oregon City, Oregon.
j 5Tarb Effets
Our buyer is now in New York and within a few weeks we
will have on display the smartest and most complete line
of Novelties in Ladies' Wear ever shown in this city.
Prlcis Extrtmtly Low.
Blood flows through
J your veins at a speed
J you scarcely dream of,
5 runs the circuit of the
J body every three minutes.
J What is going to hap
J pen if it becomes im
l pure? Skin eruption,
J indigestion and debility
! om nndtv certain. Per-
" i j - -
haps something worse, it
the condition is unheeded
Red Lino :
cannot, fail to purify the :
; blood. No better remedy
J can be had, no matter
what you pay.
j now :
l is the time to start in ;
and cleanse the blood, j
Dollar Size 60c.
Charman & Co
City Drug Store-
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
TMS MMTTWa BOalMUIV. SlaW TOM SITV.
All kinds of Building
Material, Sash, Doors
Moulding, Etc. - -
A A If
I OREGON CITY, ORE.
Swell Lace Collars just
(SEE WINDOW DISPLAT)
Main St., OREGON CITY
sicians preicribe it
for their most delirate
OLD and PURE.
FOR SALE BY
v - E. MATTHIAS -Sole
Agency for Oregon City
"A done in time saves lives." Dr.
Wood's Norway Pine Syrup; nature's
remedy for coughs, colds, pulmonary
diseases of every sort.
By reading the Enterprise you will be
kept folly informed aboq the Clackamas
county campaign. We will send you
the Enterprise fiora now until after the
June election over three months for
25cenU. Send in your lubecription at
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