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OIIKOON CITY, OREGON, KIM DA Y, NOVE.MKUK 24, 11)05.
THE COMMERCIAL BANK , 'vQN CITY
Oregon City, Oregon '
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $100,000
D. C. LATOURETTE
F. J. MEYER
Transacts a general banking business. Open from
9 a. ni. to 4 p. m.
C. D. and D. C. LATOURETTE,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS
Main Btroot, Oregon City, Oregon.
DO YOlir Work Wofk Guaranteed
Wo lo a (i nral IIiikKiiKa and Transfer Business.
Safes, Pianos ami Furniture Moved
Ollicu ()j)M)Hilo Masonic r.uiWlinj?
1 ,'l'l;;::1:,:;::''i;,"21 Williams Bros. Transfer Co.
Furnish Abstract o( Title, Loan Money,
Forcclono MoiIkiiki-. and tronoact
General Low liunlnesii.
() W. KAHTHAM
j ' ATTOIlNKY AT LAW
5 Collections, Mortgage Foreclosure, Ab-
( stracts of Title and General Law Bus-
( Bank of Oregon City, Oregon City, Or.
I W, 8- U'Ren 0. Bobnebel
U'ltKN & SCHUEBEL
Attorneys at Law.
Will practice In all courts, make collec
tions and snlttami-nU of estates.
KurnlHh abstracts of title, lend you mon
ey, lend you money on first mortgage. .
Office in Enterprise Building,
Oregon City, Oregon.
JIVY ST IP J'
Attoknky at Law.
Justice ol the Peace.
CLUB IS RAIDED
LIFE OF MILWAUKIE RESORT 18
towards making the meeting a suc
cessful one. We quote the following
from the Forest Grove Times.
Portland Authorities Assume Right to
Close Club Sheriff Shaver's
CAUF1ELD WILL RUN
Dry Goods of every description at prices to suit
Our immense stock is the most complete in the
history of our business in this city.
Every lady in this county should av.Hl herself of
the opportunity of visiting our magnificent store,
Dress Goods of the best materials and latest pat
terns, Dress Skirts, Embroideries, Laces, and
Hosieries, everything in the Ladies' Furnishing
Goods line can be had at
THE FAIR STORE
Willamette Building Oregon City, Oregon.
cr IMdtf., Oregon City
J. U. CAMPBELL
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Will practice In all the courts of the state
Omr-e In Caufleld Building.
L. L. PORTER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Abstracts of Property Furnished.
Office with Oregon City Enterprise.
rjLACKAM AS TITLE i;u
Your Clackamas County abstracts of
Title should be prepared by the
Clackamas Title Company, incor
porated, Chamber of ComKrce
building, Portland. This company
Is the builder and owner of the best
and most complete plant of Clack
amas county titles. Astracts rrom
Its offices are compiled by experts of
long experience, competent attor
neys and draughtsmen, and are of
Clackamas County Lands, Mortgage
Loans, Estates managed, Taxes ex
amined and paid.
. F. Riley, pres... F. B. Riley, sec.
Lato Saturday night the Portland
police force raided the Mllwaukie
Country Club and arrested seven men,
Including those in charge of the resort
and players. Nearly $1000 In money
wt-s seized as was also paraphernalia
connected with the establishment
which will be used as evidence in the
trial of the case to establish the char
acter of the resort and the business
that Is conducted there.
Much Indignation has been aroused
among the people or MiiwauKie at
this unusual act on the part of the
Portland authorities. The people of
Milwaukie, fully two-thirds of them,
are not opposed to the operation of
the Mllwaukie Club within the cor
porate limits of their city and they
consider It an Inexcusable interference
for any Intrusion by the Multnomah
county authorities whose Jurisdiction
Is seriously questioned. .
The raid on the Mllwaukie Country
Club by the Portland police was not a
surprise to Sheriff Shaver and the of
ficers of this county.
Last Wednesday, the day following
the adjournment of the Clackamas
county grand jury, interested Port
land gamblers came to Clackamas
county officers and offered to deposit
$1000 as a fund with which to defray
the expenses of proceeding against
the Mllwaukie Club and prosecuting
Its promoters. But the tender was re
jected for the reason that to Initiate j
such a movement against the manage
ment of the Milwauki resort would re-1
suit in a demand for similar action
against gaming as it is being carried
on at Estacada, Canby, and other
points In the county and for which
there are not available funds for pros
ecuting. "These raids and prosecutions of
the Milwaukie Club are not the vyrk
of the moral people of Portland," said
Sheriff Shaver In discussing the situ
ation. "On the contrary it is the di
rect result of a quarrel among the
gamblers themselves. Portland gamb
lers being denied the privilege of con
ducting games in that city, are leav
ing no stone unturned to suppress the
operation of the Milwaukie resort.
Until I am given assurance that the
county will reimburse me for all ex
"The Oregon State Dairymen's As
sociation will merit this year In For
est Orove. The time had been left for
the officers to decide upon and notice
was received a few laya ago that
they had selected Friday and Satur
day, December 22 and 23, as the date
for the sessions. Gale Grange had
appointed a committee at its last
meeting to confer with a committee
from the Board of Trade to make ar
rangements for the proper reception
of the delegates. Messrs. W. K. New
ell and A. T. Buxton, of the Grange
i committee, met with the directors of
the Board of Trade Saturday after
j noon and after considering the quest
tion at so.ne length Messrs. Walter
Uogo, B. 8. Callendar and Judge Hoi
lis were appointed a committee to
represent the Board and together with
the Grange committee to make all
necessary arrangements for the meet
ing. There are usually from 60 to
100 dairymen in attendance and it
has been customary at other places to
give them a banquet or dinner during
their sessions, and It was the sense
of the conference that the Board of
Trade, together with the Grange,
should give a dinner to the visitors
STATE ASKS SHARE
SUES PORTLAND GENERAL ELEC
Claims It Is Entitled to Ten Per Cent
of the Profits on
An important suit involving a large
sum of money was filed in the State
Circuit Court yesterday by the State
of Oregon against The Portland Gen
oral Electric Company to recover 10
per cent of the tolls collected at the
locks at Oregon City since 18(3, re
ported the Oregonian last Friday. A
M. Crawford. Attorney-General, and
John Manning, District Attorney, rep
resent the state as counsel. The com
plaint contains a full recital of the
statute under which the Willamette
Falls locks were constructed in 1873,
The state of Oregon contributed $200
000 and was to receive each year 10
per cent of the net profits arising from
the tolls. It is alleged that on Decem
ber 31. 1873, the Willamette Falls Can
al & Lock Company, which built the
locks, paid to the State of Oregon
$135 as 10 per centum of the net profits
from the tolls during the year 1873,
ACCEPTS INDEPENDENT NOMINA
TION FOR MAYOR.
Appears To Be No Opposition Candi
didate Election on
B. G. Caufleld, cashiet of the Bank
of Oregon City and former Mayor, on
Monday morning announced that he
would accept the nomination for May
or as an Independent candidate in re
sponse to a largely signed petition rep
resenting many of the prominent busi
ness and professional men of the city.
Mr. Caufleld s acceptance follows:
"To W. A. Huntley, V. Harris, A.
Mlhlstine, M. C. Strickland, Linn E.
Jones, Sol Garde, D. C. Latourette, R.
Holman, R. Petzold, J. M. Price,
S. M. Ramsby, C. Hartman and others:
'In answer to the communication ad
dressed to me asking you to be allow
ed to nominate me as an independent
candidate for Mayor of this city, would
say that I appreciate the sincerity of
the request made personally by many
of my fellow citizens, as well as in
the communication referred to, and
will accept the nomination. '
"If elected I will to the best of my
ability endeavor to merit the expres
sion of confidence and esteem you have
so kindly made in your letter.
"Thanking you for the honor confer
red, I remain
"Yours very respectfully,
"B. G. CAUFELD."
To date Mr. Caufleld is the only can
didate who has developed for the May
oralty. Representing as he does the
anti-franchise sentiment of the city,
Mr. Caufield's election is practically
assured. The franchise question will
be the only issue in the contest and
with two-thirds of the voters of the
city opposed to the granting of long
time franchises of an uncertain char
acter, the election of a Mayor and four
Councilmen in opposition thereto may
be expected by a proportionate vote.
The annual election will be held Mon
day, December 4.
; .1 . I . ,w, ; . n V,
( penses that may be, incurred in pros- j gUte Rlnee
a editing gamming cases, 1 uo not, ieei jn j,ar
Jos. Lynch, of the Second Ward and
Jos. N. Harrington, of the Third Ward,
candidates for election to the City
Council, on Monday filed with City
Recorder Dimick their nominating pe
titions. Prespective candidates for
municipal offices have until Wednes
day preceding the city election, which
is to bte held Monday, December 4, in
which to file their nominating peti
tions in order to be entitled to a place
on the official ballot.
W. L. BLOCK
The Home Furnisher
W. L. BLOCK
The Home Furnisher
warranted in assuming the expense of
suppressing this sort of thing and run
the risk of being ultimately defeated
In the courts."
While the grand jury was in session
last week, Sheriff Shaver was summon
ed before that body and asked why he
was not proceeding against the Mil
waukie resort and other gambling in , ,)resent owner. the Portiand Gen
the dtnty. That officer plainly stated i era, Eiectric Company, has refused to
that such action on his part would not j pay, The court is asked to order the
Lf undertaken until iunus were pro-
March, 18711, the canal and locks
were assigned to the Willamette
Transportation & Locks Company, and
in 1892 they were sold to the Port
land General Electric Company. It
is averred that during all of these
years no accounting of the' profits and
tolls has been made to the Secretary
of State and no money paid, and that
PIANOS and ORGANS J
I REGARDLESS of COST !
vided for meeting the expenses of
the proceedings. As the result of the
interview, the grand jury is submit
ting its final report, made the follow
ing recommendations on the subject
"We have diligently ivestigated all
charges of the vialntion of the gamb
ling laws and nave returned indict-1 i)e aMmt $aO,OUO.
tin-ills which have been returned to i
Mil. Copit. We think, however, that
it is extremely difliniult to suppress
gambling for the reason that the au
thority of the state officers to forcibly
close and keep closed places where
gambling is earned on and to incur ;
expenses for such purposes is qpes- j
tionable, and without such authority!
it is almos impossible for state officers i
to suppress gambling and pool rooms. I
"We therefore must suggest the en- 1
actmen of laws by the state legisla- !
ture giving the sheriff power to sum-J
marily and forcibly close and keep i
closed all places where gambling is '
I arried on including pool rooms, and
providing means lor uie expenses in- i
curred in so ioing." I
That, the Milwaukie resort is not !
objectionable to the people of the '
city in which it is located, is evidenc- j
ed in the fact that there was recently i
liled with the Clackamas county grand I
jury petitions signed by more than
two-thirds of the people of Milwaukie, j
lavoring the maintenance of the Mil- ,
wnukie Country Club and intimating j
that a disinclination of the authori- j
ties to prosecute the same would not
be criticised. j
It is the prevalent feeling here that '
the disturbing element in the Port-
land fraternity having failed to in
terest the Clackamas county officers
by the offer of money to wage a pros
ecution agaiuest the Milwaukie Club,
have been more successful in their
negotiations with the Portland Police
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.
defendant to produce the books and to
j show all sums collected as tolls' for
I the passing of freight and passengers
through the locks and canal from and
i Including the year 1S74 and to and
including 1904. and that a decree be
entered that the State of Oregon re
! ceive 10 per cent of the net profits,
i The amount at issue is estimated to
Ten thousand demons gnawing away
at one's vitals couldn't be much worse
than the tortures of itching piles. Yet
there's a cure. Doan's Ointment never
After a jury had been impaneled to
try his case Wednesday, Carl
Johnson, charged with fishing for
salmon without a license, changed his
mind and pleaded guilty to the charge.
Judge McBride imposed a fine of $50
and costs, aggregating $136.95. John
son was found guilty in the justice
court and was fined $100,and it was
from this Judgement that he appealed.
The jury in the case of Charles
Reese against J. M. Olds, et al., Wed
nesday afternoon returned a verdict
for $120 damages. Reese asked for
judgment in the sum of $495 because
of a beating he recently received at
the hands of the defendants and by
reason of which he sustained a frac
tnred nose, besides being otherwise
Judge McBride has dismissed from
further attendance on this term of
court all of the jurors with-the excep
iton of threje members.
make .com fot out HOLIDAY GOODS
MAIN AND SEVENTH STREETS
ANNUAL MEETING OF OREGON
The annual meeting of the Oregon
Dairymen's Association is to be held
at Forest Grove, December 22 and 23.
The association has met at Hillsboro
a number of times, but this will be
its first meeting at Forest Grove. The
great importance of the dairy indus
try in Washington County makes the
enterprising people of that county ap
preciate- the work or tne association.
The people of Hillsboro have always
shown the association every courtesy
and Forest Grove will not fail to
maintain the county's reputation. It
is a pleasant and interesting town to
visit, and its inhabitants stand high
in intelligence and enterprise. They
are at work making preparations for
the meeting, and will do their share
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