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VOL'l No. 7
OREGON CITY, OUEGON, HUNDAY, JANUARY 15, 1911;
Per Week, 10 Cents
r IS M
.miNTH ANNUAL CONVEN
TION HtLD IN THE PfUIBY. .
mm AND EVENING SESSIONS
71 car a Chosen for tha Ensuing Ysar
0k Oroya Nait Placa of Mt
; ' ing i. A. PMppa tptaka
i : t Tonight.
Shm Clackamu County Sunday
IX) I Association began Ita fifteenth
" convention In Ibla city Hatur
4 oiwnlnc with a morning eeaa&n,
1 I convention waa hold In the Pre-
t rlan church and tha ladles served
ishments In tha parlor of tha
7 la convention waa opened at 10:30
I devotional eierrlsrs by' Itev. J.
Latidtrooh. There waa an ad
" on I be "Friendly Ulbl t'lasa,"
Jt J. Kddr. followed with reading;
llnutea after which thara Wera ra
M from officer and schools. Theaa
jrts tnld many encouraging thlnga
lorn In a: tha Introduction of graded
oaa, and tha reimrt from tha Mt.
arhool aliowtd that It la one of
banner achoola In tha aaaorlailon.
Mt (ha reporta showed marked In
jae In nearly every tnatanra, and
workers were cbred y, results,
aort addresaea ware her given on
1 benefits of orgsnlsed claaa work,
i ad ran land speaker falling to ra
id to tha program.
.ha appointment of rotntnltteea fol
ad: Committee on reaoltitlone
1 r. Clark. Mra. H. M. C. Ilrown.
I, laudaborough and C. IS. Hyaotn,
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'omlnatlng committee Mra. D. C
HirHte. Mra. W. C. flren. W. J.
alien. Mra. if. N. Smith and O. M.
. Jare of Meeting Mrs. O. C. Drown
VOeorge Rannell and Mra. C M.
- e ronaecratlon anrvlre after the
! 1 reeeaa waa led by Mra. F. Clark,
tha abaenra of her husband, who
fbe Drat addreaa of tha afternoon
by Mra. J. W. Wllklna. on "Orad
t T'nlona " flba aald that graded
inn aland for, I. Teaching of (iod'a
lord, t. Study of tha Child, J. Now
aye of teaching. Tha apeaker am
iaalied tha fact that graded union
aa needed now mora than aver In
at graded lesaona ara being Intro
red. Tba motto offered la "Keep
I Keeping On." An effort wilt ba
Ida to organise aurh a union here,
lends of tha union to meet In tha
iptlat church Saturday. January 11.
Mra. M. II. Mearham gava "Tha Prl
ry lessons for Sunday." Sha In
d thoae present to baronta children
r tha orraalon taking tha lesson
eaua Going Up to Jaruaalem." Mra.
larham gava a graphic description
(tha journey, bringing out tha thlnga
It would he certain to Infereai tha
tie folka In making their flrat Jour
y to a big city. Tbla waa Jesus'
Jit when a young lad and tha loader
)de tha moat of It In It presents
m In a graphic way.
A aolo by Mia Ivy Rnaka wa tha
It on tha program after which W. J.
awellrn. of Sprlngwaler. completed
I program of tha afternoon with a
er on "Condition of Sunday School
k In Thla County
It. rhlppa outlined tha condition
.the banner ennteat, ona of tha
g uaed to quicken Interest all
tg tha Una of Sunday arhool work.
I ong tha thlnga a arhool muat do In
a. or to ronteat ara thraa:
Ueep open all tha year.
Hold taachera meeting at leaat
t Make annual report lo tha aerrrtary.
School muat ba repreacnted earh
yaar at dlatrlct and Stata convanilon.
Bach member muat contribute at
iTaat flva centa to t'aa Stata work.
Muat observe decision day.
- Alao accept thraa from tha follow
"g point a: Cradla roll, temperance
jcretary. homa department, grading,
cher training, fifty per cent of tha
ult claaae organised, give at loaat
conta tkit momner 10 nuaaiuna, in
ner cent of member owning Hlbloa
Id using them, superintendent'! and
7tz Don't Like
a anybody' piping. Wa don't cara
vfcat tha ragular priea of any article
aa, wa ara datarmlnad to blaan up
lur stock,, and during ur Clean -Up
)ala whlh I a monay saving avant
ihat Is looksd forward to by all waar
ara of good waarablaa, wa ara offarlng
valuaa that dafy eompatltlon both In
quality and prlea. r
Oat buayi gat In tha band wagan
and soma In.
Not Llka Othars
th and Main tt ,
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aepartt room or apace for thraa
Offlrara wera elected for tha year,
aa follow: Preildent, John W. Utd
er; vlca praaldnnt. O. W. Itorlng; aae-
ralarytreaaurer. Mra. W. A. white;
uparlntendent tearher'a training de
partment. Mlaa Ivy ftoake; auparln
tendent boma department. Mra. I).' C.
Iatotiretfa: auperlntendent elemen
tary department. J. K. Ely; auperln
tendent adult department, Italpb Ed
Oak nrove wa rhoaan aa tha pla-e
of maetlng neit year,
Tha commit tea on reaolutlon ra
ported Thank for entertainment,
favoring temperance, favoring uaa of
Klhlea In Sunday arhool, that declalon
day ba obaerved, that load era vlalt all
arhool In county, effort ba made to
get boy and young men Into Sunday
arhool, regret that wa loaa tha aer
vlcea of Mra. Naah. who baa rendered
Bitch efficient aervlca In tha paat thraa
year a prealdent, and decline to
aerva further at thla time.
At th avenlna- aeaalon J. A. Emrlrh,
of Portland, apoka of tha Junior grad
ed leaaona. Mra. K. K. Zimmerman
aang a aolo approprtata to tha occa
sion. C. A. Phlppa. Stata field worker
for tha aaorlatlon,rgaya an addreaa
on "Making flood."- '
Among othar thing Mr. pnipna aaia
that auperlntendent and techera muat
plan ahead, they muat craata tna at
moapher tbey want, they muat an
tiroarn th methoda of tha day school
teachar. There muat ba flrat knowl
edge, then preparation; puplla ahould
have arhool aplrlt to -Make Good"
They need a knowledge of tha Hlbl
to b cultured. To appreciate tha beat
In life In nalntlng. In music. In lit
erature, In nature ona muat know the
lillila. Illustration ware given oi
achoola that did and did not make
good. ' v
Mr. Phlppa will glva bla addreaa on
"Tha World'a Convention at Waan
Ington" thla avenlng, In tha Preaby
WIN THE DEBATE.
Mtssr. Dya and Malndal Ara Qivan
Tha Woydlawn Evening Star Grange
debate, which waa achedulnd to ap
pear Saturday avanlng. tha 14th, at
Wood lawn. Portland, cama off at the
tlma appointed. Owing to the death
of tha brother-in-law of Hon. J D.
I. Meaara K. C. Dya and P. J. Meln
del carried tha entire burden of tha
negative. . In splta of handicaps, tha
negatlva won. Tha argument, of
Meaara. Iya and Melndol wera auffl
clent to bear down tba defenaa that
had ben built up. Aa RuaaeWtlle
Granga challenged tba wlnnera In thla
conteat, thara no doubt will ba. In the
near -future, another Inter-grange de
bate. Tba eubject of tha discussion waa,
"Reaolved. That tha Federal Govern
ment Should Retain tha Title to All
Ita Coal Lnds. Timber Lands and
Water Power Sltee." Tha affirma
tive waa aupported by H. V. Petera,
Attorney at Law, V. of O. graduate,
and undoubtedly ona of tha graatrai
college debatera In Oregon. Ha waa
aaalated by Attorney Da Graf, of tha
Portland Truat . Company, and Rev.
iHtugla. of the M. E. church, of Port
MANY AND SEVERE
MISS MARTIN MORE SEVERELY
THAN AT FIRST REPORTED
OTHER MISHAPS OCCUR.
Mra- Joseph Wilson, who lives on
Sixteenth street, fell on tha slippery
pavement Saturday evening and was
seriously hurt. Sha waa starting for
tha bualncaa part of town to do aoraa
trading, and had just -stepped Into tha
street when her Teat went out from
under her and aba fell heavily to the
pavement. Her ankle was Injured and
It la feared there may ba a fracture.
Carl Bchrader, son of B. Schrader of
tha Royal Bakery, waa hurt while slid
ing on Fifth atreot, Friday.
Miss Effle nillman, living on Sixth
atreet. near Jackaon, was given a se
vere jolt while coasting Friday night.
She and her friends were out coasting
on tha hill and wera just atartlng for
homa when aha took her place on tha
slftd for a laat ride. She waa no soon
er seated until two hoy a ran Into her
sled from tha rear, knocking her off
tha aled and Injuring her head and
Eva Alldrlch, a young Mlaa, had her
leg badly hurt while coasting Thurs
day. Joe Shlnn had hta arm fractured
Thursday night. Wnlla ha waa aa
verely hurt he said nothing to hla
folka lest they become fr4Khtcnad of
his Injury and f of bid his coasting any
mora thla winter. Ha told a girl friend
that ha split wood and did chorea with
much tlm to make It appear that he
was not Injured, while In fact ha could
scarce raise hla arm It waa so sore.
Miss Freda Martin, Injured while
coasting on Twelfth street Friday
night, wss mora aeverely Injured than
waa supposed when the case waa first
reported. She waa hit on the head
near the lert temple. It la feared the
skull la fractured and It Is certain the
nerves lvlng near the surface at that
point ara Injured. The left arm can
not be raised of her own volition and
It la feared the Injury to the nerve ax
tenda down Into the ahoulder. Mlaa
Martin Is doing nicely, and Is Improv
ing, but her Injuries are more severe
than was at first supposed.
, Prof. Hernar Lacturea.
Professor llorner, of the 8tate Agri
cultural College at Corvallla, gave an
Illustrated lecture In Park place Sat
urday night on "Rome to Jerusalem."
He was on a visit to his daughter,
who la one of the Park place teachers,
and took" thla occasion to tell hla
friends of his Journey over this old
route to which much historic interest
WILL BE THERE
OTHER CANDIDATES, TOO, WILL
ATTEND THE SANQUET AND
JUBILATION AT BALTIMORE. '
NOT SO CERTAIN HE IS THE KOSES
Political Pandultm Sma to bo Swing
ing Away From the Doughty
Olnclnnattl Poll-' ;. -
WASHINGTON. Jan. It. (Spl )
The rx-morrata are to have a banquul
and jubilation In Baltimore next Tues
day, and Indications from certain quar
ters Indicate that Harmon and bis
friend have looked upon the gather
ing aa an endoraement for him fur the
presidency. Certain other Democrat?
do not relish the Insinuation; and do
not accept Harmon as the Mom
sought. The latter are now In doubt
aa to whther thla gathering la to bene
fit or Injur the Democratic cauae.
On second thought Harmon Is not
to be considered the only man pre
ent at the banquet. Hla friends will
about loud and long for him. It la true,
but there will be tboae who refusi at
thla time to join In the refrain.
Harmon will be preaent and iirlve
to look In hla moat receptive mood;
all- of which will convince eoma that
It la 'his diplomacy which should Jiand
In his favor whim the party la castinz
about for a man who can please all.'
Oil GREAT NORTHERN
RAILROAD EMPLOYES DIG OUT
THOSE WHO HAVE BEEN .
SPOKANE, Jan. 14 (Spl.) The
Great Northern train that waa burled
In the snow for four daya haa been
reached and the paaaengera 17 In
number reecued. The relief train
approached wimia a. mile of the one
stalled near Fielding. Mont., and took
aboard those who had been Imprisoned
for four daya.
Passengers report tbey were ma la
comfortable and Buffered nothing but
Inconvenience. The train stalled Mon
day nlgbt and by morning waa burled
almoat out of alght In the anow. Th
train waa kept warm, the passenger
well fed and the road rescued them as
soon aa possljije.
APPROPRIATION UPT0 LEGISLATURE
BILL VETOED BY GOVERNOR CHAMBERLAIN
TO ASSIST RESTORATION OF HC-
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An appropriation of $1250, made by the laat legislature for the
preservation and care of tbe home of Doctor John McLoughlln, waa
vetoed by Governor Chamberlain. The reasons given showed that
he waa laboring under a misapprehension of the facts In the esse;
only one of the reasons given being true, which waa that the build
ing has been moved from its original location. Thla removal waa
made necessary from the fact that part of the property on which the
building was located belonged to The Hawley Pulp and Paper Co.,
and waa needed for manufacturing purposes. The question of giving
the building a permanent home on one of the moat alghtly and prom
inent park blocks In the city was voted on by the cltlsena of Oregon
' City and adopted by a large majority. The McLoughlln Memorial
Association, with a membership extending over all of Oregon, haa .
, expended over $2000 In moving and restoring tbe building to Ita
, original1 condition. Th work has been done under the direction of
- Mra. M. L. Myrlck, grand daughter of Doctor McLoughlln. and has
been pronounced well, and faithfully done by ploneera familiar with
the building when occupied by Doctor McLoughlln. - The approprla
tlon, though ft smalt one, will be of great assistance to the Aaaocla
. tlon In making the building of greater historic Intereat and a mono
ment to the "Father of Oregon," of which all cltlsena have reason
to be proud. The McLoughlln Memorial Association, Incorporated
for the purpose of honoring the memory of Doctor John McLoughlln
and the ploneera of Oregon, feci that the Important part taken by
Dr. McLoughlln In the early history of Oregon, hla aympathy and.
benevolence to the ploneera. Justifies the Association In asking for
thla appropriation. The people of Oregon City sincerely trust that
when this bill comes before the. present legislature, for action on the
- veto, that It will receive the practically unanlmoua vote by which It
paaaed the last legislature. - -
FUNERAL OF MRS. GORDON.
Last Sad Rltae Will Be Said Thla
The remalna of Mrs. W. J. Gordon
were taken to the home of Mr. and
Mra. J. L. Lageaon on Main atreet, be
ing brought to the. city Saturday af
ternoon. Membera of the family and
cloae friend accompanied the re
main. Arangement have bem per
fected for the funeral, to be held from
the Congregational church thla after
noon, at Z:J0 o'clock. Rev. . WM.
H'roctot, paator of the local church,
will have charge of the funeral and
he will be aaalated by Rev. O. Z.
Creasy, of Canby, pastor of the church
In that place where Mra. Gordon
There were, many gift of flower
by tboae who were close friend of
dereaaed when ahe lived In thla city.
The Eastern Star,' of which . Mra.
Gordon was an honored member, will
attend the funeral In a body and par
ticipate In the last aad rltea to the
The pall bearers from among tboae
who knew her well In life will bv C.
II. Dye, O. B. Freyug. W. A- White,
U Adama, J. M. Mark and John Craw
ford. MAGONE TO BE HONORED.
"SALEM. Or. Jan. H.(8pl.) It la
aald to be a foregone conclusion that
Magone, of Clackamaa county, will be
given tbe chairmanship of tha fisher
ies committee In the Lower House.
As Mr. Magone stands well with his
delegation this honor to him will come
with due congratulations.
BUBONIC PLAGUE -SCARE,
Harbin Rsporta 150 Deatha, Mukden
MUKDEN. China, Jan. 14. (Spl.)
Thirty deatha from bubonic plague
have been reported -here. A system
atic fight baa been Instituted.
A dispatch from Harbin Indicates It
la even worae there, 130 deatha lav
ing occurred. The alarm started ax
Pekln bss -aubalded aa Investigation
shows not one case there.
PRISONERS MUST WORK.
Salem Chief Will Clean Up thi
SALEM, Or, Jan. 14 (Spl.) City
prisoners were today put to work on
the at recta. They were put to work
scattering aawduat on tha allppery
walka. Thls is a move of Chief Ham
ilton In, an efort to make the prison
self sustaining. With warm weather
the men will be aet to cleaning the
alleys In the city.
. . HAIR-PULLING CONTEST
Waa In Sight Whan the Police Were
TACOMA. Wash.. Jan. 14 (Spl.)
The women suffragists here ended a
convention today in a row; tear were
ahed and algha expressed, but without
avoiding hot worda. It waa necessary
to call In officers to keep downa
THERMOMETER GOES DOWN.
SPOKANE. Wash., Jan. 14. (Spl.)
High wlnda prevail here, with a low
temperature. Ten below xero la re
ported for tonight.
MAY BE VOTED
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IN OREGON CITY
MANY FINE RESIDENCES HAVE
BEEN ERECTED IN TOWN
; AND ITS SUBURBS.
GLADSTONE GOMES IN LEADING PLACE
First Church of Christ Constructing
Naw Edifice on Ninth and Can
tar That Will be Credit to
8oclety and City.
- During tbe past six months there
haa been aomewbat a building boom
In Clackamaa County. Many of the
homea that have been constructed are
occupied by the ownera themselves,
ar-4 as soon aa one ia completed 'to
rent It la eagerly Bought for. At prea
ent there are very few desirable resi
dence vacant that are for rent.
Among thoee who have built this
year la Attorney John W. Loder, whose
home on Ninth and Center atreeta ha
attracted no little attention. Thla
home Is modern throughout, with a
full cement basement, stationery wash
tubs, fireplace, den, and It large airy
rooms makea It one of tbe most desir
able homea In the city. Mr. Loder,
before having thia home built, assist
ed by the contractor, J. D.- Renner. ar
ranged for Its convenience, and from
ail a p pea ran era he had exceptionally
good taste. There are two veranda,
one fronting on Center atreet, while
the' other overlooaa Eighth Street
The grounds are to be beautified aa
soon aa tbe weather permits.
Opposite the Loder home Is the
First Church of Christ, Scientist,
which Is under construction. The
members of the church, although not
many In . number In tbla- city, have
worked diligently to build a structure
of thlr own, where tbey may hold
aervlcee Instead of the hall, which
they are now occupying. Two beauti
ful and alghtly lota were purchased
from Captain J. T. A p person, formerly
owned by Carey Johnson, and as soon
aa theae were in tbe cbnrch'a posses
sion' tbe membera aet to work and
planned for the edifice. The building
ia In charge of C. B. Huyck, one of
the prominent builders of thla city.
Tbe auditorium la 42x35 feet, and will
accommodate about 160 people. Front
ing the building are two entrances,
the main entrance and the vestibule.
Swinging doors have been Installed
betwea the vestibule and the audi
torium. At tbe rear of the church Is
the platform, and on each aide are
two smaller rooms, 12x12 feet, the one
fronting Ninth Street to be used as a
literary room, where literature per
taining to the Christian Science faith
la to be disposed of, while tbe oppo
site room, which is reached by means
of a hallway, la to be uaed aa a read
ing room. The ceilings of the audi
torium are of eloping design. The
church la to be well ventilated and
lighted. There are four large win
dows of the Martha Washington de
sign, beside two smaller ones. In the
auditorium. These are 'to be of
chipped glass and leaded, while In the
literary and reading rooms tbe win
dows will be of partly leaded. In the
hallway leading from the literary
room to the reading room will be
found a stationery washstand. - A
heating apparatus la being Installed In
the basement Mr. Berg, of Willam
ette, kindly donated to the church the
brick, material from which to make a
chimney, besides having the building
constructed. This waa greatly appre
ciated by the church membera, and
la an excellent piece of work. The
cement basement Is 35x? feet, and
thla room Is to be used for the furnace
and for fuel. A septic tank has been
Installed in the basement The Inter
ior of the building ia to be plastered,
thla work to be commenced within a
few days. The upper part of the build
ing, both rear and front, will be of
ahlngled finished. Tbe work on the
structure Is now being pushed rapidly
along by the builders, and will be but
a few weeks when aervlces will be
held therein. When completed it will
be one of the most attractive little
bouses of worship In the city.
In thla eame block, where the
church la being built, ia a bungalow of
modern design. This Is owned by
Mr. and Mra. Mortimer Cockrell are
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Paclflo Phone 1$ ' Home Phone 41
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When you buy a watch of ua you know Just exactly what
you are getting. We only enjoy going with you into the
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