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.'- CAUtll TROUBLE.
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3WERMAN AND TREASURER KAY
a In a Tilt Today, Ovar Allogad
' Blight io Propoaad Eaat-
'JEM. Or., Jao. 17-(pl)-A
promises to break over tha leg
, I balla hre In tha discussion of
' aaaine aa arn at tha Inaano
1 1n thla oily. A big reduto la
f tha forma In which tha ghoat
.111 no down alalka forth, and a
ot $10,000 la another. -ucea
wtrni to muttlly that ex
n a has. retailed supreme, and
31 y r1hoa who ara dissatisfied
y thing havo gone In tho paat
exported to make tha muat of
1 .t ffc'iiaior jiowerman ana mate
JTr Kay had a tilt today ovar
Vwltlnn In connection with tha
I Orraon alto for tha new aay
Certain ona claim thla discuss
for lha purpose of turning tho
way front tho Inatltutlon In this
TARIFF WAI TALKED.
yata Pladgad Thamaalvaa to
TIMORB. Md.. Jan. 17. (Spl.)
ral at tha Jackson Day ban
onlcht talked tariff. Nearly
eaker look a fall out of that
and It la generally conceded
C Itemocrallo party la aa much
"1 aa tha Republican. '
i great qtieatlon In all mouths
Orwony. however, all raoogn li
lt without harmony there ran
further conquests. No attempt
Saadn to launch a Presidential
.though many put their best
jrward In an effort to call at
j to availability.
STATE SENATOR WALTER A. DIM
ICK, who Introduced the new eight
hour , law In the Sonata yaatarday.
. FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD
Offlcere Paaat at Hotel Portland Mon
day Evening- '
There waa a banquet of fraternal
HrotherhiMMl offlcere In Portland, at
Hotel Portland, Monday evening In
honor of the aupreme vice preHldt-ut,
Mr. Knightly, of Ua Angelea, X'al.
TbiMie Invltrd to participate were the
offlcere of Oregon City lodge, Mult
nomah, Vancouver, Portland and Lodge
There were S5 who aat down to the
tablea londed with the good thing of
the enaaoti. Thoae. preaont from Ore
gon City were Mr. and Mra. II., W.
Htrcblg, Mr and Mra. Gardner, Ceirga
Mlelke and B. Ilurke. After the feast
there waa flow of reaaon and Mr.
Btreblg waa railed on to do the hon-
ore for the lodge In thla city It proved
to be a very pleasant and entertaining
affair and thoae preacnt voted It a
IY IIDI HEEDED
rY-SEVEN MEMBERS FORM
J ORGANIZATION AT THE
inen of the Preabyterlan church
igregatlon met In the parlor
church Tueaday evening to per
organisation of a Brotherhood.
. the rebuilding of thla church
Udertaken there waa no place
l Ilrotherhood to meet ao a va
I waa taken nntil thla time. :
were 00 preaent at the meet
A 17 were taken Into full mem
a. The organliatlon waa effect-
followa: President, Fred J.
vice president, 0.- flchuebel;
TTi A.. B- Froet; treasurer, T. J,
rlnolpal fcpeilie of tho even-
f e. Thoa. tlolmta walker, of
The keynote of hla addreai
thla la atrlctly a man's move
lid If It la to succeed men muat
Id of It In a manly way. After
a Prealdent Tooxe called upon
JeUel, Rev. I,andahorouKh, O.
' and other a for remfrka. Mr.
fwelt upon the fact that If the
hood waa to win It would be
try that a democratic aplrlt pro
ad that each one dp all within
and Mra. DeLarzoa furnlahod
for the occasion and the Lad lea'
liclety provided tho apread for
;ok the World
J you will find no better bargalna
fyou can ret right hero during our
QREAT CLEAN UP SALE.
tken llnea In the world renowned
;laa 13. BO and 1 4.00 ahoea at Sa.OS.
.00 aulta and overcoata at. .10.e5
I 50 L System aulta and overcoata
perfection of atyle and tailoring,
exposition of unbeatable ba
"Get busy: coma In.
j EXCLUSIVE CLOTHIERS
! . Mot Uko Otkora
tth and Malai Bis.
BOLTERS ISSUE DEFI,
Look As If a Compromise Candidate
Muat Be Taken.
A LHA NY, N. Y.. Jan 17 (Spl.)
Chae.' r. Murphy baa the fight of bis
life on hand In hla auempt to elect
Vqi,K. Bheehan Senator for the Em
pire Htate. He la oppoaed by a hand
ful of up-Htate Iemocrata who do not
wish Sheehan elected, and they claim
the fight la to laat all aummer rather
than yield. Alton B. Parker and I).
Cady Herrlck are apoken of aa com
promise candidates, the former Demo
cratic candidate for Prealdent In 1904.
Twenty-ores Democratic Senator
and lUpresentatlvea have banded to
gether and laaued a defl, and without
them Bbeeban la defeated.
DIMICK PUTS IT UP
TO THE LEGISLATURE
INTRODUCES AN EIGHT-HOUR
LAW, TO GOVERN MANUFAC
Following la a copy of a bill Intro
duced In the State Senate Tueaday, by
State Senator V. A. Dlmlck:
For an Act lo define and limit the
hour a of laltor constituting a day's
work, for certain laborera and me-
rhanlca and other 1 workmen em
ployed In certain mechanical or
manufacturing eatabllabmenta, and
fixing a penalty for Ita violation.
Be It enacted by the People of the
Slate of Oregon:
Do It enacted by the Legislative As
sembly of the 8tate of Oregon:
Section 1. Eight hoarae shall con
atltuto a day'a work for all workmen,
laborera, mechanics and other persona
now employed, or who may hereafter
ho employed. In or about any manu
facturing or mechanical Inatltutlon
employing labor, except in csaes of
extraordinary emergency, Involving
the protection of property or human
Section I. Any employer who ahall
require any person employed In any
manufacturing . establishment, where
laborera are employed to work In any
aurh place mentioned In thla act, more
than eight houra In any day of twenty
four houra, except aa In thla act pro
vided, and any overseer, superintend
ent, foreman or agent of such employ
er, who ahall violate any of the provis
ions of thla act. shall be deemed guilty
of a misdemeanor, and upon convic
tion thereof, shall bo punished by a
fine of not less than fifty dollara, nor
more than five hundred dollara,' or by
Imprisonment In the county Jail not
leaa than ten days nor morejhan one
hundred daya, or by both auch fine
Section 4V This act ahall only ap
ply to such manufacturing or mechani
cal Institutions as actively continue In
the business In which they are en
gaged during twenty-two houra or
more of any calendar day, and provid
ed that It ahall only apply In such In
stitutions to such employees ss are
engaged during their houra of labor
In and about machinery operating
twenty-two hours or more on each or
any calendar day.
8ectton.4. Juaticea-of tho peace
ahall havo concurrent Jurisdiction ov
er any of the offenaea mentioned In
. Introduced In the Senate Jan. 17,
1911, by W. A. Dlmlck.
School Meeting at Clermont Tonight
County flchonl Superintendent Gary
and City School Superintendent Tooxe
will attend tha gathering of pa rent a
and achool pat rone at Clermont school
this evening. Tho people of this dis
trict, who are awnkso tho fact that
there are new way het are good
ways, want to know more about these
propoaed tfnprovementa In school
measures and havo Invited these two
leaders In educational matters to meet
with them and mnke short addresaea
on tho benefits that may be expected
Patrons In the district have also In
vited W. r. Bchooley, of Gladatono, to
be present .
CAN BE REVIVED;
: NEW ORDER MADE
MRS. EFFIE B. ROBINSON GIVEN
JUDGMENT FOR MONEY. FOUND
ON SUPPOSED FATHER.
JUDGE BEAIIE REVERSES PREDECESSOR
Testimony at Early Trial of Cat la
Conflicting Monty la In the
Handa of County
Judge Beetle baa taken decisive ac
tion In the famous Williamson caae
that haa been dragging along In tho
Clackamas county court a alnce Sep
tember 13, 1908, when the body of an
old man waa found In the wood close
to Kprlngbrook achool houae near Os
wego, with $000 In gold In the pock-
eta of hla clothing: It waa auppoeed
the man bad been dead for about alx
weeke, and soon after hla body waa
discovered. Mra. Kffle II. Robinson, of
Flrland atatlon, near Inta, applied
for letter of administration, claiming
to le the daughter of the dead man,
whose name, ahe aatd, waa P.-A. Will
Isnisoti . She waa accordingly appoint
ed administratrix, giving the required
bond, but Immediately afterwarda,
Hesse A Beckett, of Portland, repre
senting Bernhardt llaiste, filed a pe
tition for the removal of Mr.. Robin-
aon, aettlng up that her claim to re-
latlonahlp to the dead man waa falae
and made for the purpose of getting
control of the. money. Bernhardt
llaiste claimed to be tho brother of
the dead man, who was said to be
one Christian llaiste.
. Grant H. Dlmlck, then county Judge,
went Into the caae thoroughly and ob
tained a maaa of testimony that was
very -conflicting. Affidavits snd depo
f!t!bns were secured from the East.
and finally. Judge Dlmlck rendered an
exhauatlve opinion, Jn which he de
clared that neither of the lltlganta had
the slightest rralm to the estate, and
that Mra. Robinson's maiden name
was Wllllanis, and not Williamson.
Her marriage certificate waa produced
and Indicated that the lettera "on"
had been added to the name or Will
lama after the original certificate had
been made out
Mrs. - Roblaaon'a attorney, J. II.
Hitching, of Portland, 'promptly ap
pealed to the Circuit. Court, and Judge
Campbell, after a hearing, dlaralaaed
.Judge Beetle haa Just made an order
setting -aside -the order - of former
Judge Dlmlck, upon the ground that
the order waa not made purauant to
any atatute providing for cancellation
of lettera of admlnlatratlon and la con
trary to the atatutee. Judge Beetle
also aaya tho order of Judge Dlmlck
waa not accompanied by or followed
admlnlatratrlx. Indicating that,4bo pro
ceeding In the county court were Ir
regular. Thla week Harry K- Draper, T. J.
Myera and R. L Holman were appoint
ed appraisers of the estate, and they
found 1624.30 tn the bands of County
Treaaurer Turta, and thla money haa
been, paid over to Mr. Roblnaoq. upon
an order rrom the court, which will
prevent Ita being escheated to the
atate. It la auppoeed that the attor
neys of Haalte, who haa alnce died,
will fight the order of Judge Beetle
which placed the money In Mrs. Rob
CLACKAMAS WELL REPRESENTED
its Delegation at the State Capital a
There la quite a large delegation of
Clackamaa county people at Salem
during Ike legislative session. Clacks
amaa haa one aenaior, W. A. DUrrtck,
one Joint aenator, Dan J. Malarkey,
one Joint representative, W, 11. Chat-
ten, and three representatives, IJnn
K. Jones, E. P. Carter and M. A. Ma-
gone. Mra. Bessie Ruconlcb la ecu
ate atenograpner. John riiiucane la a
botiae atenographer and Mlsa Joale
GrlsehtbWalte, of Heaver Creek, .will
be made assistant clerk of the aenate
committee on engrossed bills. K. Mc
Anulty la asslatant Janitor at the capf
ul. The face of Judge Thomaa V.
Ryan, chief deputy state treaaurer, la
a familiar one.
W. A .Showman la actively lobbying
In aupport of the dill to provide for
the publication of delinquent tax Jlata
lit county newapapera.
WEST'S MESSAGE READ.
Oregon City Mechanlca Who Will Aid
In the Work.
C. W. Bagby, Guy Richards and
Charles Galogly have gone to Eugene,
where they have been sent by W. II.
Howell, who has charge of the Install
ing of the filtering plant st that city,
the coat of which will be $40,000. Mf.
Howell goea to Eugene on Saturday
returning the following day, and re
ports thst the work Is being pushed
along rapidly, and will be completed
by about February 10. Mr. Bagby la
In charge of the men who are Install
ing the plant
It la probable that after the plant
la Installed and In working order there
will be but very little sickness In
Eugene. Since the plant haa been
Installed In this city there are but
very few cases of typhoid fever or
other dlaeaaea that are contracted by
drinking Impure water.
TO BE RECOGNIZED
LEGISLATURE LIKELY TO EN
DORSE MEMORIAL . PROPOSI
. TIONWITH APPROPRIATION.
E. O. Caufleld. Rev. A- Hlliehrand,
George A. Harding and E. E. Brodle,
dfrectors of the McLoughlln Memorial
Association,- returned Monday night
from. Salem, where tby went. In tho
Interest of the bill appropriating $1250
for the restoration of the hlatorlo
home of Dr. John McLoughlln.
Thla meaaure went through In the
legislative aeaalon of 1909, passing
the aenate unanimously and receiving
a decisive majority In the houae.
George Chamberlain, then Governor,
vetoed tho bill, hla sole reaaon with
any truth In it, being that tho home
had been moved from ita original lo
cation. The delegation found there ia
a fair prospect of passing the bill over
the Governor's v-Uo. unless the legis
lature upholds the contention that the
vetoed bl11;honld have been consid
ered at the extra aesalon In 1909, and
aro now dead. In the latter event the
bill will be reintroduced. 'Governor
West, who received tho Ctkekamas
delegation, Is In hearty aympatby with
Wanta Appropriation to Defray
penae Of Committee.
SALEM, Or., Jan. 18. (gpl. Gov.
Weat today sent a meaaage to the leg
islature in regard to the propoaed
branch Inaane aaylum hospital to be
built near Pendleton.
It aeems a committee -appointed to
locate tho buildings on the alte pur
chased can Hod no suitable alte on the
premises and wishes additional landa
on which to build. Gov. Weat asks
for appropriation to bear expenae or
aendlng competent committee to paaa
on the matter. The message was read
' SAT UP YESTERDAY.
Mitt Freda Martin. Victim of Coaating
Mlas Freda Martin, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Martin, of thla city, who met
with a painful accident while coaating
down the Twelfth street hllL la "Im
proving, but la still unable. to have
the use of her arm. It was first
feared that Mlsa Martin's- stall was
fractured, but lb-w ill probably only
prove a alight scalp wound. She wsa
able to sn up Tuesday for the first
time alnce the accident.
i .' i 1
, DR. ACKERMAN CHOSEN.
Will Be Prealdent of the Normal
SALtM. Or.. Jan. 17. (Spl.) The
Board J of Normal School , Regents,
which held a aeaalon In thla city today,
by nnanlmoua vote chose J. H. Acker
man to be president of the Slate Nor
mal School at Monmouth.
Mr. Ackerman haa been State Sup
erintendent or Public Instruction, and
la a prominent .educator in the State.
He -will receive a aalary or $3600, and
will take up hla dwUv at once. -
FRUIT AND FARM
REITERATION OF A FEW OF THE
STRONG POINTS CONCERNING
BOARD Or DIRECTORS TO CONTROL
Easy to Strengthen the Organization
. - prom Time to Time Good ,
Start Haa Bten
WATCHED BY POLICE
THREE TOUGH CHARACTERS ARE
FORCED TO GO TO HOTEL
OR TO JAIL. '
Tho police or this city were given
considerable uneasiness by three par
tlea who visited Oregon City Monday
njght and who acted very auspicious.
Tbey hung around the Case saloon un
til the proprietor became nervous, and
wlahed them well away. The police
noted their appearance and that things
did not seem to be as they looked, and
a watch was kept of them. J
At a late hour, when they were still
on the streets, Officer Green made In
quiry as to who they were and where
they balled from. For answer be was
told they had a room In town but
when pressed for Ita location thev
changed tha story to waiting for S cat
for peruana, wnen toia tne iz o ciock
car waa tne laat one tbey admitted
tbey bad lied and were forced to get
a room which they did at the Port
land or go to the city prison.
' One made a great adoo over being
very drunk in the early evening, re
quiring constant care of the other two
companion, but thla waa not true and
it did not cause the police to relax
their vigilance. The police are aatla
ried the men were crooks from Port
land, and that vigilance waa what
aaved an attempt at crooked work.
Bring this ad and we will tell you
how to get a sample of thla tho
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A Full Line of
A. D. S. Remedies
Prescriptions and Family Receipts
. Filled With Puro Druga. .,
I Quality and Prlcee Right , ,
CHARHIAN & Co.
City Drug Store.
Next Door to Electrlo Hotel.
Pacing phono It Home Phone 4$
Considerable baa. been printed in
the columns of the Enterprise In the
paat concerning the Oregon City Fruit
and Farm Produce Union, which was
recently launched In Clackamas coun
ty. Wu11e It la poHefble that a por-
I lion of what may be said tn tbla arti
cle will be a repetition it la deemed
tiest to again call attention to a few
things concerning me organization
that may- bear repeating.
In the, first place the men who urged
the organization of the association
were not aeekera after the position of
manager. This will be an Important
poet of duty, and not every man can'
fill It successfully and to the attrac
tion or members. But on the other
hand, the board of directors as the
association ia planned will dictate
the policy of the association and not
the manager. That official will be
entrusted with but little Initiative and
lis" duties will bo limited to the carry
ing out of the orders et the board. He
III be simply an executive official
and will net dictate policy or -lay
plana; he will put Into effect the pol
icy that-hla superiors decide upon
and carry out the plans the board en
trusts him with. The board of direc
tors, to be composed of ten members
of the association will be the aupreme
Messrs. Kuppenbender, A. J. Lewis,
and M. J. Lazelle, who have been de
voting time and energy to the organi
zation, are not pulling for any soft
Jobs. Tbey have been spending their
own money and putting time into the
project with the hope that th organi
zation may be effected and maJe suc
cessful, for If It can be done it will be
money In their pocketa along with
thoae or other Clackamas county citi
zens and be productive of great
good to the bualnesa lntereata of tbla
section of the State.
Little argument ia now necessary to
convince men of the beneficial results
that have accrued from the organ I ia-.
tlon of the Hood RJver association.
And yet at the outset more opposition
waa encountered than in trying to dup
licate that auccesa. In Clackamaa. The
organization of the" onion association
In Texaa waa fraught with greater ex
pense than will thla association entail
here. Added to that was the losses
which came In blazing the way for the
auccesa of those who follow, which
heed not be encountered here. Then
the California oil association, whlcu la
succeasfully bucking the Standard Oil
Company, emphasizes the fact that
despite the most strenuous opposition
the small producer may win on his
metal If he will pin bis faith to or
ganization and business methods.
In the case of the California oil as
sociation there were grievous errors
made at first by the association
managera, the outcome of not knowing
the business. Added to this was the
fact that the Standard threw every
possible obstacle tn the way of the
new and weaker rival- But a manager
waa trained and by sticking together
the association did finally win and Is
now trimming the sails or that giant
corporation and paying handsome divi
dends to Us members.
It may take a little time ror the fruit
and produce union In Clackamaa coun
ty, and Its new officers for they must
be new at the outset to learn the
ropes sufficiently well to at all times
market its product at a satisfactory
price; but now is the time, when the
producers are few and have small
bearing orchards, ror Its officers to
learn the ropes so that In five or six
years from now the organization may
be In shape to market any quantity of
fruit and produce which Its total mem
bership may raise.
It Is the purpose of the organiza
tion not only to market the produce
of Its members but to also teach thoae
needing Instruction how to care for
their orchards and product, how to
grade and pack to get beat results,
how to fight pests, furnish at least ex
pense to members materials for pack
ing and fertilizing and In a score of
other ways ld members to produce
best results for them Individually and
It Is not the aim of the association
to require members to sell all their
products to the association. A mem
ber msy hsve ten acres of strawber
ries and declare but five. In the case
he sees that the association will be
able to pay him twice the price he
can realize on the outside be cannot
require the association to take the
crop from the second five acres, and
It will not do so unless It need the
fruit to fill Its orders; I. ., It Is tip to
the producer, even when a member,
to declare the portion of bis crop be
wishes to entrust to the association,
but he can then expect to have the
association care for only what be haa
The members of the association will
be required to in a measure pin their
faith to the association. But the -le
will not be very binding and me mem
ber will be required to hold but one
share of five dollars ss a member.
With but a small sum tied up In te
atock and the opportunity open for an
easy withdrawal, every fruit or pro
duce grower tn this section ahould ear
ly alllgn himself with the men who
are striving to make good with the
Clackamaa County Fruit and Farm
Produce Union. .
Petty differences between farmers
ahould prt be allowed trt bold ' mem
bers back from -joining the association,
neither should -differences aa to who
la to be" manager or even members of
the board of directors. The men chos
en are certain to do the best wltbln
them. . snd harmony is essentia to
success even more than brilliancy as
business manipulators. The way to
auccesa haa been blazed by other or
ganizations, and by a study of the
methods that led to auccesa there la
no reaaon why wonderful resulta may
not crown the efforta of the Clacka
maa union from the outaet
, FAMILY REUNION SUNDAY.
First Time Burns Family Has Been
Together for Ysara.
A family reunion was held at tbj
home of Mr. and Mra. Webb Burns, of
Green point, Sunday. Tbla occaalon
was tbe first time that the family, haa
congregated for 17 yeara, and ope of
the features was that there were four
Mrs. Burns was asalsrW In serving
a delicious dinner by Mrs. William
Mcllugb. of Portland, and Mlaa Veta
Kelly. The table was prettily decorat
ed for the occaalon with cut flowers
while the living room and dining room
were also decorated la terns and flow
Mr. and Mrs. Burns' guests were
Oregon Waabblrn, Mr. and Urs.
Cbtrrles Burns, 8r..' MrS." Andrew Mc
Coy, Mrs. Edna Cafk, of White Salmon,
Wash.; Mra. Alice Beaty, of Wash
ougal. Wash.; Mra. William McHugh.
of Portland, Mlsa Veta Kelly, Mildred
McHugh, of Portland, Louis Berry,
Will Washburn, Charles Berry, Ralph
McCoy, Leslie and Edward Burns.
MEET ON FEB. J
CLACKAMAS COUNTY FAIR ASSO
CIATION WILL HOLD ITS AN- .
NUAL BUSINESS SESSION.
PLAN TO MAKE THIS YEAR'S KEfT
Beat in the History of the Organisation .
Every Stockholder Urged
to Bo Preaent at the
Meeting. . .
PROPHECY ON POPULATION.
Prealdent Kerr Seea Great Thinga for
In an address to the short coarse
students at Corvsllls Prealdent W. J.
Kerr, of the Oregon Agricultural College,-
prophesied that tbe population of
tbe State of Oregon would pass thd
million and one-half mark within the
next decade and that the atate College
of Agriculture would. In the same per
iod, ahow an increase to over 4000
students- He also stated that the de
mands upon the atate college from the
people of the state for help in the solu
tion or their agricultural and Indus
trial problems were constantly increas
ing and had already reached tbe point
where the facilities of tbe College
were entirely Inadequate for the work.
CONGRATULATIONS FOR US.
After a week's trial we wish to
$ congratulate the management of
the Morning Enterprise upon its
-very creditable appearance and
newsy reading matter, and wish
It' aucceaa. .
. THE C C STORE.
Tbe annua! atockholders' meeting of
the Clackamas County Fair Associa
tion will be held in Oregon City on
Saturday, Febru&rjr 4, being two weeks
from next Saturday.
At thia time the report of the nrealr-
dent, secretary and treaaurer will be .
read. Including a complete financial .
report of the association for the past
Plans, will be discussed for the fair
for the coming year and; much busl-.
nesa of importance will be considered..
Every stockholder Is urged to bar
present as a great deal dependa upon'
tnia meeting aa to the future of the
Fair. . -
The Fair held by the association laat
fall waa the best of any ever held and
was given credit. of being the -best
county fair In the aute. and It la
hoped that this year's Fair will even
surpass that of laat year. .
The directors of the association at
preaent are, J. W. Smith, president,
Aurora; O. E. Freytag, vice president.
Oregon City; O.-.D. Eby, treaaurer,
Oregon City; Geo. M. Lazelle, R. 8.
Coe. W. W. Everhart. John Rlsley, O.
B. Dlmlck, John Lewellen, W. II. Mat
For Road Building Found In Willam
"Profeasor H. M. Parks, of the Mln-.
ing Engineering Department of the
Oregon Agricultural College expresses
as his opinion, after an exhaustive
survey of the Willamette Valley dur
ing tbe paat aummer, that this valley
Is probably better aupplied with ex
cellent road ' building material than
any other Important agricultural dis
trict of equal area ' In the country.
Tbe results of Prof. Parka Investiga
tions are to be given out tn a bulletin
entitled "Road Materials in the Will
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