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OltlOTOls CITY, OREGON, TIIUH8DAY, JANUAItY 20, 1911.
Feb Week, 10 Cents
, , it '
a aia s s s i s
TJCS JA"JNQ VOTE IN CON
in NtXT Tula
re NIMBY 11. ' .
pi 10 STATE CASE
rad for Mora Tlma
K.,Heloeo Would Not
,"" Poatpon. -
IliiK. of Watford; Allwirt, Hrnllh, Charf.
anil Herbert, of Wllaonvllle; John, t
Willamette; IJsy Weely, of Wood burnt
Huale On ma, of OreKuo City, and
James, of Turnar, WmsIj.,' who were
II at lr hedalda at Iha time of her
death. Also a brother of Mr. Turner,
Charlaa Turnar, of Koaalla, Waah., and
a nephew, K M. -Tiimw; of Turner,
Waah., and lve Turner, of Dayton
i Mr. Tumor w a prota'aunt mam
ber of TuaUtlu UrunMe., ' of 11.
."7 Jan. (Spl i -
C... ttew haa fuel Tn--,
JMMir fl, M the tltn-i for Uj
ai?tr 'mib to w-iiicn eit
v t New OrbMiia aliall
t ' i nongrcaa fcr a 1'ana
-.'fba ffort i mmi.
the next "onr:r,
ViJ Orleana la tWsid,
Schoola of Eugana Inapactad By Law
KIT'JKNIS, Or. Jan. 25 (Hull The
city hna barn MMod with nuiutra oi
HvrutlM Aiid Koiui all dy and a clous
iK(H.'tlnn bu limn lvrn to all the
IiiiIIiIIiik and K"iiii(la xrtalnlu( to
lli avliool livrf. ,
1 th coiiitnita of ItixUlntora la any
criterion our arhoola will got all tha
caab they nad. It wit a wintry day
IIU anow on tho ground.
; t Ua aixrlal ruin earn
r l.alf hiHir for 1-
;hrb tha roll will
I r"Ban Kranrlaro."
t taMj with the rroa
J" anrtiratlf bellATea
10 will win hamlM
Jaoo haa ummI no
Jbf a'aga of the ron-
New Orloana la
f thliiRa not arrord
MINUET CLUB DANCE. 1
Affair la planned for Thla Evening In
The Mlniirt club will Klve a Uiirln
party at tho WllamHte Hall tlila vtn
Iiik, at whlrh tlmn only tho iuemhire
of the club will attend. The commit
l haliK Hi affair lit rharwe con
alata of K. T. Uarluw, O. li. JCUy aud
John AUania. ' .
Thla club w orjianliu Inat y(nr
and liiNtructUMi In dana liit: were kIv
it hy one of thtf'lM'itinr (taming
tnarhwof rorilaml, hut thla la the
flot dunclng party that hna tx-eo giv
en alni-e the clitae of the rluaa.
LAWS OF PEOPLE
WILL BE IMMUNE
ATTEMPTS TO AMEND INITIATIVE
AND REFERENDUM REPULSED
TWO U'fiEN MEASURES FACE DETEA
Highway Commlaalon BUI Oeta Paat
Senate, But Will Have Rough
Sledding In Houae Chatten
Haa New Fleh Bill,
I CIT3 SUBPOENAS.
IKT , Lli Jan. !5 (H.l )--er
C t Bjkd hla frlenda turnl
ZX: l J.IffoM iit(ira today by
upd for Democrat
(.have Irnrn luveatt
"t t J' I forre In the coun
t to friend aay taoy
C . t are InvratlKatlnit
Kit L-J ' an have not rlwin
ucxzari, ,4's support.
tt'iX'ft Ihe Claim of N
' ' . -f ldltlon.
il Jan. J5. (Sii1.-
that Ihe frlrnda of
a Ifnune tried to bur
VNew York Journal
a baa alwaya on
and the hualneaa
(( paptr win bofore a
Ilouae today to toll
y; In Ah matter. 1IU
m. ftot conrlualve and
"Jon la to l made. .
AT SUNDAY SERVICES
BOVS WHO WIN WILL BE OIVEN
.. MONEY SPECIAL PROGRAM
UxC" 5T Company to Mllla
Vin. 15. (SpD Tho
V)o'p A Taper Com
Jy purchaaed a tract
the rlrlnlty of Sven
Jn a few rlahta of
.llnnd. allhouah a t
mul It floea not plan
Iructlon of the rail
aontha. I now negntlatlng fo-
i ranch on the, water
L the plan bolng to
kit for bxtnmlng ant
1 to dlapoe of thrf
ta In no fear of tha
I Woman of Stafford
k Age of S7.
V home, two mllta
Nancy E. Tttmer.
er. She waa born
Bluer 9. 1844. and
; with her huaband
llldren, arriving at
ctoher flrat of the
i they attled on a
haa realded contln
'death, January ),
inita were beautiful
i of the olgh eateem
."her waa held. The
( h. K. Weddle, O- I.
idman, O. T. Stlne,
Dd Oeo. Aden. The
i the Stafford Ceme
ar Inavea bcnldoa her
jllttnen and Klla Becd
ti i in
Jtertrl woeke ago tin. Zlmmer.-nan
f the M. K. rlnirrh. Ixaued a avrlci of
twelve gucHilona to oya of hla 8un
day arhool to which he anked for
anawi-ra. a an Incentive to anawer
two prlK were offered three dollara
and two dollara. Following are the
gueatlon 1 If yoo had HOrto, what
Would you Jo with the money? '
(juration ! why do you go to
Queatlon 3 What had hablta tempt
boye ()f your age moat atrongly?
Queatlon 4 How do: you uaually
apend your evenlnga?
gueHiion 6 nave you ever quar
reled or bad flghta with your play
nintea and what canned them?
Queatlon o What book haa given
you the moat plenaure In reading?
Queatlon 7-Why ahould boya ab-
Htnln from the uae of alcoholic llquora?
Queatlon H Why ahould you be
graleful and obedient to your parenta?
Queatlon Why would you like to
vlalt New York City, and what would
you be moat Integrated In aeelng
' ri....il..H t t tin V . .
4n.'ii km, i ' i m mniij iioTii oi jtnir
age In Oregon City amoke cWtaretiea?
Qm-arion 11 Wlint la there In your
beat boy friend that make you like
Qunatlon II What do you mean to
be and do when you becomo a man?
There are 24 anawera Theae are
being prepared for the hand of the
Judgea, and will be rend and adjudged
In time for the reault to be announced
at the aervlce Hundny evening. There
will be three Judge and Attorney C
II. Dye. Iter. Proctor and Trof. Toore
have been aaked to act In that capac
ity. There will be a special program at
the evening aervlce, when the finding
of the judge will be announced.
a gopa and the ( new
d. Why not brSotlca
during tha naw yaaf
AN I1D HILL T
. " M' . :
n your wardrobe
of nearly one-half.
a reduced. It will pay
Vl CLOTHIERS (I p ;
lka Otbera '
WILL BE IRRIGATED
PLAN TO PUT FOUJJ THOUSAND
ACRES UNDER INFLUENCE OF
'SANTIAM RIVER WATERS.
Although the rainfall of the Will
amette Valloy haa alwaya been conald-f-rod
ample for "a 11 purpoeea, come
now the proposal to Irrigate It A
ayndlcate hit been formed at Port
land and a tract of 4,000 aerea near
SRlem will lie waterel by meana of a
canal from the Bant lam River. It la
expected to have tho canals and later
als completed In time for watering
the coming seaaon'a crone.
It will be a aurprlne to some that a
district where 'over 44 Inches of rain
fall a year 1a experienced needs irri
gation, but exports have decided that
much largor crops will be produced If
water Is aupplled during the height of
the . growing aeaaon, Mldaummer,
which 1 a period Of scant moisture,
Alfalfa, forage crops for dairy cattle,
root crops and fruits are found to pro
dure greater, yields as well as much
better quality where water III supplied
to the thirsty ground. '
Irrigation tn the Willamette Valley
Is much- of an experiment, but those
bohlud the,proJec.t believe It offers a
great; ntvro fop Wantrf" Oregon In
e gefable ajrftwlao; and. in faAt all lines
of Intensive farming. The men be
Mnd tbe-etrtHJlneta-are. prominent In
P-tInad ' ans wafle; they' expect the
projnet to make- money, they alao re
gnrd the venture In the light of mis
sionary work, believing the whole val
ley . wtIL be retly Ippreased In for
tlllty'as the result.-' V '
,fi"."T Inaian Joe Uackad wp.r-.-yv
lodlaa". Joa, j the ' "Jila: Bioax- ftp
Chief," waa taken Into custody by Of
ficer Shaw Wednesday. He waa mak
ing trouble about tha Electric hotel,
and was very full, and go tho officer
deemed It wlaa to put him Into Jail
until such time as ha sobered up.
RAUCM, Or.. Jan. 23 (Staff Corre.
pononce There la not the slight
111. ... - . .
iirouBuijiiy mat any or tue peo-
pioa iswa will be amended or supple.
meinea at tni aeaaion of the Iglala
ture. two attempt to add further
aoction to Ihe Initiative and referen
dutn In Ion He have been re t.u Inert
and aentlment In the Senate I equally
strong agalnat meddling with theae
atatutea a they were adoptod by the
Yealerday the Houao killed by lu
uerinite iMiHtponnmeut, by a two to
one vote, tbn bill by Thompson pro
viding for tho creation of a law board
i no function or which would be to
prepare all Initiative measure for
aubmlaalon to the voter. The author
of thla bill argued that Its enactment
would simplify and strengthen the
Initiative In (bat electors would be In
a poaltlon more Intelligently to vote
on the many menaure aubmltted at
election time. Champions of the Ini
tiative, however. Instated that the bill
In effect would annul the Initiative
and plare the queatlon of preparing
law a In the handa of a group of poll
llclaiia with the reault that little une
could te made by the common people
of the Initiative as waa the purpone
of Its enactment. A majority of the
Houae members concurred In thla view
and Thomjmon'a bill waa killed by a
vote of .10 to 10. four being absent.
It waa only last week that the
lloime, by an equally decisive vote
killed Clemona' .bllL which required
electors, before Hgelng Initiative pe
titions, to cetttry that they hart either
read the measure to be aubmltted or
had heard Its provisions read In an
Another bill rulallng'to the Initia
tive ' aud proposing a aupplemental
section thereto la now before the
llouno committee on elections. It was
Introduced by Itepreaentatlve Rggles
ton and provides for the appointment
of a commission of five members, con
stating of the (Jovernor and Attorney-
Oeueral and three circuit Judgea of
the state. Thla commlsaloD Is to meet
prior to a general election and, after
studying the different luliinUve mea-'
surea proMHd, prepare a brief atate
inent aettlng forth the legal effect and
constitutional meaning of each bill.
Theae statements, It la provided, shall
be printed at the expense of the stale
In the official pamphlet for the In
formation of the votere. , Remember
ing the fate of the Thompson and
Clemens' hills, it la doubtful If the
KggelHtoa measure can get through
the Houne, although It la conceded to
have merit. .
L- 8enator Dlmlck'e eight-hour law la
before the Senate committee on labor
Industries. It Is being fought bitterly
by the managements of the Oregon
City and Iebanon paper mllla.
One of the Important measures ap
pearing before the Senate Is that by
Dlmlek. which requires the proper
auditing of every claim agalnt the
atate and directs that each voucher
shall be Investigated and signed In
person hy the Secretary of State. A
further reform In the handling of state
funds Is proposed by another hill by
Dimlck. It provides that when large
sums Of money are appropriated for
atate purposes, the funds so appro
priated shall remain In the state trea-
aury until they are needed. Instead of
being deposited and used by various
banking Institutions throughout the
state for 'several months at a Time.
It la not probable that two bills,
drafted by W. S. U'Ren . and Intro
duced In the House by Shaw, Demo
crat, will be enacted. They provide
the entering wedge to the considera
tion of single tax leRlsiatlon. One of
these measures, providing for the as
sessment of all appropriated waters
separate from the land to which It
belongs, was killed In the House to
day by Indefinite postponement fol
lowing an unfavorable report from the
Judiciary committee. The other bill,
segregating , Improvements on land
from the land Itself for purposes of
axatlon, will either be reported un
favorably by the committee on aa-
seasment and taxation and killed In
he House, or It will he allowed to
slumber tn the committee until the
eglslature adjourns and then be con
signed to the "boneyard" of rejected
There will be no session' of the
legislature Thursday, both the Senate
and (he House having accepted the In
vitation of President Campbell, of the
University of Oregon, to visit that In
stitution on that day.. A special train
will Jaave Salem with tha loglslatlve
party at 9 o'clock in tha morning, re
turning about, midnight . The people
of , Eugene have made elaborate ar
rangement for tha entertainment of
the visitors. The ,, excursion to the
university lty has already called for
similar invitation from tha people
of Corvallls and It la understood the
cltlsena of Monmouth will alao extend
sa Invitation for the legislstors to call
and Inspect the bulldlnga and grounds
of the normal sohool at that place
After ao extended debate yesterday
afternoon, the Senate In, committee of
the whole adopted a favorable report
on tha first good road tUI appearing
before that body at this, session. It
la what la known aa the Highway Com
mlaaloa r bill and,, , although ,. many
amendmenta were made to the orig
inal bill. It still makes provision tor
. . p- T1 .
j " i COMPETITION. j
WHO ARE MEMBERS
tha commission. f Sentiment among
Continued on page two.
LIST OF THOSE WHO ARE BACK
ING THE. ORGANIZED EFFORT
BEING PUT FORTH.
It has often been asked, who are
the men backing up the publicity of
the Oregon City Commercial Club and
that arc doing so much in the way of
advancing- the Interests of Oreaon
1 heir latest action deserving credit
a the publication of a neat booklet de
scribing Oregon City. This book Is In
colors and contains many local scenes
nd storm of our city. You should
ave one of these books snd also send
some to your friends In the Eastern
State- jYou will be courteously re
ceived at the office of the secretary
In the club rooms In the Masonic build
Following I the list of the men and
companies, who are standing IVeblnd
the movement 'and believe In pro
gression rstber thsn retrogression,
book and see who they are: First
National Hank. Iiawley Pulp Y paper
Co., Oregon City Mfg. Co.. Bank of
Oregon City. Crown Columbia Pulp &
Paper Co., Willamette Pulp 4V Paper
Co.. Oeo. C. Drownell, Burmelster ft
Andreson. Huntley Broa. Cel., Oeo. A.
Harding. H. E. Cross. O D. Eby. Jones
Drug Co., Thoe. F. Ryan, Pone A Co..
H. P. Brlghtblll. Charman A Co.. T. P.
Randall. F. T. Barlow, W. B. Eddy A
Son. J. J. Tohln. W. H. Sllcox. Frank
Busch. John W. Lder. Portland Flour
ing Mills, W. W. H Ssmpson, J. Lesv
Itt. H. U Msrtln. Price Bros., T. ToV
polar, M. K. Dunn, L a. Ice, Clacka
mas Abstrsct Co., V. Harris. R. Petv
old, H. S. Mount. Frank Janrar, Dim
lck A Dimlck. Jos. B. Hedges, C T.
Tooite. Freytsg A Swafford, Portland
R. R. Light A Power Co.
REPRESENTATIVE CARTER. of
Clackamas County,' who Is closely
watching road legislation at Salem,
In the Interest of the farmer of his
Farmer Falling Into Lin With Naw
The Oregon City Fruit and Produce
Union officer are having considerable
produce offered for market at thla
time. A considerable number of ap
ples and potstoes are offered and some
have been accepted at the new sales
room near the depot. There ta a con
siderable quantity of bay andr grain
still In the handa of the producers and
the Inclination la to havw the- Union
get busy In the matter ao that It of
ficers may learn the ropes aa soon aa
New scales have been Ordered and
will soon arrive. ' Those 'wishing to
contract for spray materials ahonld
get orders In at once. "
Bring this ad and we will tell you
how to get a sample of tbls tha !
LATEST AND BEST.
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' One Dya For All Goods
, Sixteen Colors . '
' ' Ten Cents Per Packsge
We Fill All Dt tig .Wants
A' Full Line of
y!':;! t .1
A. D. S; Remedies
.) ...i ...,, ...... ,
Prescriptions i and , Family Receipt
, Filled With Pure Druga.'
Quality aad Price RlgbL.. ;,,
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CHARHAN t Co.
City Drug Stare.
Next Door to Electrla Hotel.
Paolfla Phoaa II Home Phone 41
WILL BUY FOUNTAIN
WITH MONEY SECURED
WOMAN'S CLUB TO FOSTER EN
TERTAINMENT TO BE GIVEN
AT ELECTRIC THEATER.
A few day ago the. Morning Enter
prise contained an account of the en
tertalnment to be given at the Electric
tlieater by the Woman' Club for the
benefit of the McLauglin home. The
ladle plan to purchase a figure for
the fountain with the money secured
by this effort. '
The ladles have secured "The Sack-
Ing of Rome" for this occasion.- It
Is a fine picture and will be Interest
ing. There will be a lecturer to ex
plain the picture to the audience
Home talent will present a program
chief among which will be presented
a farce, "The Sausage Machine."
Those who will participate are MIsa
Eva Alldredge, Waldo Caufleld and
Byron Moore. Mr. Oscar Woodfln will
furnish special music.
There wtn be prizes for selling tick
ets, aa follows: . The girl selling the
most tickets before 5 o'clock next
.Wednesday will be given an amethyst
necklace, the boy doing likewise will
be given a watch, second prize of a
gold ring will be given and a picture
for the solution of a hidden sentenco
on the bills. The time agreed upon
Is Wednesday and Thursday evenings,
February 1 and J.
TALKS ABOUT ROADS
THINKS THE FARMER NEEDS TO
CLOSELY SCRUTINIZE ALL
, ROAD BILLS.
Er-County Judge Grant -B- Dimlck,
who for years had charge of the roads
In Clackamas conncy, and who has
.made the building and repairing of
roads a study In connection with that
position, thinks that the people of
Clackamas county and the State had
best stop and consider the many road
bills that are being Introduced In the
legislature before; they accept them.
It aeems to be a case of building
roads or at least one trunk road
acroas the State that shall be a pleas
ure to auto men to travel. Thla la alt
well and good aa far as U goes;-
good road is a good thing; but It la
not going to be a -good thing if the
farmer 1s required to pay the whole
expense of an anto road, or nearly the
whole expense. The farmer needs to
bear this In mind when requested to
favor the passage of these measures,
snd be certain that If the auto men
want a road that they pay their share
and not saddle the whole expense on
AT JOININGS LODGE
COMMITTEES APPOINTED TO GET
TO WORK FOR BETTERMENT
OF COMMUNITY CONDIT16NS.
There was a large attendance at the
Jennings Lodge Community Club meet
ing Wednesday evening, . upwards of
sixty being present' There waa much
enthuniasm and a delegation from tha
Commercial Club at Oregon City was
present to glva encouragement to the
new ' organliatlon. ." Those . forcing
thla delegation were Meears-i4vy
Stlpp, O. L. Hedges. T. P. Randall and
Harry E. Draper. -!.
The meeting voted to get to work at
once In an effort to accomplish things
for tha community. Committees were
appointed for certain new , work,, aa
follows: 'I. Better telephone service,
Johnson, Palntoa and Russell; elec
tive rights Lee.i Redman and McFar
land;' sidewalks. Cook; Rosa and Arm
stead; to take up questloa of better
drainage with county official, Shaver,
Thompson and Roea; committee to dis
cuss question of new road to Gladstone
and Oregon City to b appointed later
-The next meeting will be held Wed
nesday evening, February 1.
Installation of Officers for Saturday,
With Visitors Present ;
Warner Grange will hold Its regu
lar meeting next Saturday In their
hall at New Era. It will be very Im
portant that all members try to be
present, as the Installation of officers
will take place. Mrs. May Howard.
Mutlno, Is expected to be with us to
do the Installing. A very entertaining
program has been prepared by tha lec
turer. .; ' , ,
NEW MONEY ORDER. FEES.
Pottofflce Department Issues Schedule
-,'bf Rates to Fdrttgn' Countrle."""
Changes have been made In the
fee charged for international money
orders, effective February LOVhen
payable In Apia, Austria, ; Belgium.
Bolivia, Cape Colony, Coata Klca.
Deamark. Egypt. Germany... Great
Britain. Honduras. Hong Kong.. Hun
gary, Italy, Jspan, Liberia," Lnxetn-
burg. New South Wales, New Zealand,
Orange River Colony, Peru. Portugal,
Queensland, Russia, Salvador, South
Australia, Switzerland, Tasmania, the
TrinavB.I ITnim.v anil V! p t rr 1 a bs.
ders for T3r anriij witartJ-aririsi out ot
cents. $7.50 are 20 cents, and Increas
ing five cents with every Increase of
$5 on the amouat of tha order. When
payable In any , foreign country not
enumerated above orders for $10 are
10 cents. Increasing 10 cents for every
InrTee.se or $10 on the amount of tha
order. Thera are no ehangaa In-the
feea for pioney orders to Great ' Brit
Ian,' Greece, Chill, France, - Nether,
lands, Norway and Sweden.
SUBJECT TO TALK
NO DEFINITE . RE8ULTS COME
FROM MASS MEETING AT
COMMERCIAL CLUB. , i
BOTH SIDES OF QUESTION TOftT
Judge Campbell Says Gerporatlone
. Always Try to Fool People; and" ,
J. E. Hedges fray Oregon
la Laglalatlon Mad.
Not a resolution waa Introduced, no
definite plan waa offered, nothing
tangible wa suggested, and the mass
meeting of people Interested In the ,
proposed 8 hour law of Senator W. A.
Dimlck held last night In the Com
mercial Club rooms was practically
barren of results. There was some
conversation, pro and con, and be-,-;
wllderlng maasea of figures. There
were statements on hearsay and on
knowledge and there were misstate
ments, and the most that can be said
of the meeting was that It wa en
tertaining; to a degree.
circuit Judge J. C. Campbell, W. 8.
U'Ren, who needs no title. Rev. Will
iam M. Proctor, Attorney. E. Hedg
ea, John W- Hoffatt and B. T. McBatn,
the latter talking for the allied paper,
mill Industrie, spoke at some length
on existing conditions, and W. A. Hunt-'
I ley, main trunk line of the Live Wire, '
presided. Judge Campbell fired the
first gun and made an Impassioned ,
plea for more consideration for tha '
"Corporations always make the mis
take of trying to fool the people," said !
Judge Campbell, "and the information
they give , out is sot reliable. Tha
mills are nsing the . same argument
against the adoption of an 8-hour law
that have been used for 25 years.- You '
show me a single thing that haa boon .
done by the mills In the Interest of.
the laboring man and I will show yon
a white nigger. Just look at the men
who com across tha suspension .
bridge at 6 o'clock In the morning,. on
their way home from a shift of li ,
hours. See the look of hopelessness
upon their faces, and you will, mora
than ever, be convinced that tha cor-
po rations do business along cold-blood- :
ed lines. If tha paper mills contlna.,
to drive the men here, as they, have
been doing, they will have on their
hands the worst band of anarchist In '
the world. 'Yon will never get A inert-1
csa cltisens to eoma bera and aettla
down In a town where the prevailing ,
wage Is 11.75 and $2 a day.
"Far better,'' exclaimed His Honor
dramatically, "to have the mllla shut
down entirely than that they should
raise In this town a race of slaves.",
Mr. Proctor, pastor of tha Congrega- .
tlonal Church, took Issue with state
ment made by officer of the paper '
companies. ' He said - men' Impaired '
their ' health and undermined" their -t
constitutions by working 105 hours a .
week on a night shift and 63 hours on ,
a day shift- He could not sea how
wages could be reduced to a point
lower thsn they are at present. Mr. -Proctor
recited aome Information he .
had received from a relative who la .
manager of a New Hampshire mllL
and later tn the evening Mr. Sheahan
attempted to puncture holea tn tha '
reverend gentleman's remarks, basexl
on letters from the East. Mr. Sheahan
had a slight sdvantage here, as ha had ..
seen the mills referred to, and Mr.' '
Proctor had not. " '
I . i J Hadxea said tha North wet aud
Oregon bad gone legislation mad.
I "There! y-wrfld Torpnrtt Ton" tn aires'
us mad," said Mr. Hedges. "It's like
a red rag In the face of a pnlL. Don't
let us say to" the corporations, . after
they have come here and Invested
millions of dollars, "Now we'vw got
you and. we're going., to t aoak you.'
These big companies cannot pick up
their plant amd -take) thanst a www with
them, but if we' continue this sort ot
freak legislation the corporations will
finally be compelled to quit It la on
ly because the railroad commission Is
fair that they did not put the railroads
-X du aoL-belleva-Uu).
corporations can stand thla sort of
thing, and I; da not believe tney -win
Mr, Hedjre told. o Jiia own dlss- J
trous experience , as a stockholder In
local corporations 'and explained! f ha t
was not talking in th Interests of any
u. i. mcxMiu. wffsiDicmi j.reanurer ni .
the Willamette Pulp & Paper Co., pre--
seated a glittering array ofT statistics;
(Continued, -on Paga S.)v'Aia
v Marriage Licensee.
Licenses to marry were granted yea,
terriay to Stella M. Martin and John
C. Mattoon, Alice Collins and C. Chris
carlton, of Canby.
CLAIRMONT Plant yur Ur Clairmont Acre-n t?
' " ac it will return you Bank Rolls. , . 't. o
-With, all of the convenience of the city and pleasures "it v
of the country- it is the most Ideal place for a home. ,, , 9 ,
5dThe present low price of , the land will remunerate, the. ;
$ purchaser ttwo or three.jUmes. in ajShqrt timefJ., A Tl$
9 The best soil that . lavs, .out ' doors. . . Small . navmrnt' 6 ."
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Pr ice's Chop: tHIoajse
f v Meals at All Hours .
If you want the best, ot lowest prices, eat with us.
Our specialty Is satisfaction, i n ' :
Between Fourth and Fifth Street.