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MOUNINO BNTERPB1SE, SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1911.
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Oregon cmr, oyco
I. E. BROOIE, Kdltor and Publish,,
" Application mad for soond clam prtvl
lea at th Postofflc at Oron City,
' Onton. under th Art of Compass of
HarcS I, 117.
Ttimj tr suucurnon.
. WHAT'S DUE RAILWAYS,
The man who dealgned tb pretty
lithograph ehowtng tha railroad aa
Santa Claua had tha comic Instinct'
Showing aacka depending- from tha
branch labeled "Million for Labor,"
"Million from Toa-naUe," etc., may
Please tba railway men but tha "Mir-j FEDERAL COURT REFUSES TO
lion for Dlvldenda "aack haa not yet HOLD UP ACTION ORDERED
vins its conmio;i
been permitted to grow and proaper.
Tha railroad are" good . institution
Jut ab far aa they are servanta;
On Tear, by mall
:l"KS.,,.i :.' lo7tera they ara very obnoxloua. Sr-
For week, er carrier.
' V .s-1 . AlVtfTOlNw IATO
Flrat Fa, oer inrn'firM tnrtlca....le
Ftrt P-, per Inch added Ineertkuia. .IS
Preferred poMttua any PS. per Inch
ttrwf tneertloa .....Ita
Preferred poeitloei any pas, par Inch
added Inarrtlooa 10
Run nam other thaa flrat Pac. par tarn
Mrat Ineertton,... 13c
.. kuo paper otiter man nm pa, par men
added aieertion , ......to
Local le per Una; to regular advr
' lieera e una.
Want a. For Bala, To Rant. to.. on
cent a word flrat utaertlon; one-half cent
Rate for advertlatn m the Weekly
' Enterprla wltl be the earn aa la th
daily, for advert tegmenta set eaprclally
for th weekly. Where the advertisement
. la transferred from tha daily to the week
ty. wJthout change, th rat wilt be se
an Inch for run of th paper, and toe an
.tacit for apecial poeition
Py DOROTHEA HA LB
tVpyrlht by American proa At
- chMion, UIU "" -
PORTLAND. Jan. it (8pl.) lt-
vant ara entitled to an equitable re-1 ting ejt banc thl morning Vderal
m Deration; so. too, th railway Aud Judges Cllbcrt civet-ton, w -mm
.v v .. .w v r. rendered a decision which will be an
tha better tha service th-swrr ImporUB 4 throughout th
muneratlv tha returns which la the wit, perhaps tha entlra country,
usual sequence to good service. Dut in tha matter of Interference with or
because rallwaya properly controlled dare of atat railway commissions In
. 1 .., it An. nn fnllnar rste cases. 1 ney reiuu 10 gram mo
ara a good, thing; it doea not follow n,f.' . .,,. ii, nrd..r
that we ahould give up everything to n(llnr . hearlna on It merit of lb
k.M lm . AfV.kPf St nainlfSp tbaUlt. Th I Jl.t.lk.tllaat . xa.AA haMila fK.rtT'
lil"CIU IU BKU WUVI jrwavaaj UISU IUUII l Sa alv, V M UV
reasonable man wlshea to see tha rati-1 Oregon commission seeks to make an
waya earnlna- a fair dividend on every Important cut In chargee for services
wva earning a rair uiviae r 7 1 (n Htutbtfrn rBC,fio ,lnM w,,h,n
aoiiar s wonn vi lumuirem, Ithla slate.
wish to see good dhidenda on thou- jn (n ltt,st federal judgea nearly
aanda and millions of water. J Invariably have granted auch Injuno
tg ' I tionw. Uptm a ahowlng that It would
I difficult to mllert the finally an.
PRESENT PUBLIC SPASt, - J proved rat pending adjudication after
There la a present public apasm over the case was over, tha courts have
Caah ahould accontpany order where I lt. M k e evl. been restrainlns- atat cotnmUalons
party M unknown In Uualneer offlc of ! " . . . . . frm .nf.lne the. r.t. Ih. nr.l..l
Leal adverttalng at k-fal ad vert lain
Ctrcua advertlalna and special tranalent
advertlslnjr at 26c to tdc an Inch, accord -
hi to special eondltlona governing the
"fire Bale" and Bankrupt Sale" adver
ttaementa tSe Inch first Inaertton: addl
tlonal Inaertlona aam matter ISO Inch.
Newa ttema and well written article
of merit with Intereat to local reader,
will be gladly accepted. Rejected manu
aeripts never returned unlet arcotnpan
Ml by alamoa to prepay poata.
Men with larga Investments In bank
ing Institutions have been so busy
' watching thelr'tlerka and amaller of
ficlala that the big guna have been
able to get away with almost . any
thing they wished without being de
' 'The man who is poor la generally
more patriotic than the rich,' and the
quality of hie patriotism is generally
. of a higher class.
rich he ta often led to go abroad (o
- Uve; having money he la led into tha
belief that hla home country la none
too good. "
If the Postal Banks make It im
perative that stockholders give more
attention to their officials, and to the
deCaile of the business, this return
win atone more than repay the pub-
lie for the expense. The present well
equipped and well managed banks
cannot be greatly improved upon, bnt
where there nave been lax methods
the laxnesa haa often coat the com
' . Sea
Ujfwt want the yonng people to
learn rapidly, and to learn what they
do acquire well, teach them to inquire
into the things that come beneath
their notice. This csn be done by
- always answering their inquiries' as
If yon were interested in giving them
- the beat possible information; dont
cut them off abort when they do in
quire of you, or tell them that they
are not yet. old enough to understand.
Financiers tell ns that when trade
ia against us as a nation we are not
, prosperous, and when it la not against
us we are prosperous. In qne breath
we worry lest the world will not want
our" apples, wheat and kindred pro
ducts, and In the next we are told it
la bad for ua when we must send
abroad goods to psy our bills. All of
which goes to show that It Is much
the way you look at things whether
you are prosperous or not. '
dence a. to vot-buying and vote-aol- ,r" iJ .1
. - . a a a V a I uuttl luu uutptivu HBU unwwvu I W vrif i
ling la thla country. It la not that ,n COurU A, ,h on of
the better people know more now con- Congress a law waa enacted that one
cernlng the evil in their own balll Federal judge could not alt alone in a
wick, for they do not; but it la that heart"" where a restraining order waa
, . , . . - sought against enforcement of a atata
tfcolr horlion haa been widened. So uu wMhB .u( Md
long as It waa themselves or their ng thre judges to hear auch Uauea.
own party that profited and it waa The flrat controversy of the kind In
In such cases that men knew the e West since enactment of the law
,v. u , waa over tha Southern Pacific diatiio-
moat concerning the evil-It waa not u(lT fM cm tne oi(lnon hll(J.
such a glaring evil aa It ia after the own thla morning indlcatea that
light has been turned on and It Is there will ba a marked change In ju-
found that our friends, the enemy, diclaf policy.- j
tircuit judge W. U. uuuert. presid
ing officer of the court, rendered the
were just aa active aa we; and we
also have that further knowledge that deCBon. which waa very brief, but t6
we were both apending our money and the point In the following language:
then comlna- out lust about where we "The court ia not convinced that
would have arrived at had we not 'hl f.,tt whlfn hou1
. , , n rreiraiuiuK wruer. i no cane
spent it that makea the crime ao doM itnd on h - .
heinous. The present apaam la not between private parties, where a right
so much one of better aentlment on la alleged to have been Invaded. The
I . . , I m tl tn rt iKa Metswtawalsisilfksi lam riraan mA
ien a man, gets our part, but ratner a reeling tn.i - ;----,"r "" V
after all we have been duped. of Ucl, 4 ought not to be en-
Joined by the court until It la very
TAKE VOTE AWAY. - P''n trom the averments of the bill
vi .v., i. ,.. . that some right haa been Infringed, or
7 v that a rate baa been 'fixed which
spasm aa to the corruption of eetllng WOuId dprive the railroad company
votea and buying votea why la It not of a fair return upon ita Investment,
well to consider the proposition of Considering all the allegations of the
how easy it la to do this thing and bill In thla application. It dor, not nec-
I Besla 11 1 inrAJi f naPirrvtm ttt at ffnat
yet not sjet csught in the meshes of nllrotl4 company will be deprived of
the law? Why have there been ao ha property, or a fair remuneration
few convictions for illegal buying and upon Ita Investment without due pro-
selling If the vice hss been so preva- cess w isw sna we oeneve we snouiu
. .. , .. , not be Justified In restraining theop-
lent? Is It not posalble that the pnn- er.tlon Jof the new ratea pending flnkl
Ishment for the-crime haa something adjudication of the case upon Ita mer.
to do with the ease of escape from Ita. The application for the restrain
prosecution and conviction? It ia no ,n order must be denied
easy matter to convict a peraon of the
crime of selling his vote when it ta Dill I Llfll I C DDIHPr
known that conviction meana Imprla- Qy 1 1 LLL DtllUllL
onment tor ine victim ana me pur
chaser going free... Make It a caae of
disfranchisement for five years for
first offense, with added penalty for
second offense and life dlsfrsnchlse-
ment for third conviction and -it wilt
be easy to convict Imprisonment
seems unfair for the offense In the
minds of many; disfranchisement
aeema more to fit the error.
. feeding value, the slop encourages the
pigs to drink freely, which Is desirable
in cold weather.
Don't try to winter fall plea without
rood provision for slop. Besides the forelsn Weld because of the poor
Afternoon and Evening Sessions Will
B Held in Presbyterian Church,
On Wednesday, February 1, the
Presbyterian missionary conference
will be held at the Presbyterian
church, afternoon and evening. Drs.
Hall and Mllligan will be present as
the principal speakers for the occasion.
Dr. Hall has the work In charge on the
Pacific Coast for the. missions of the
Presbyterian denomination, and will
likely have much to aay about this
work. He is a returned missionary
from corea, giving up the work In that
- V X VaTawmajjaja
ea.th of Mrs. Hall. Dr. Mllligan Is
Iron Portland and is one of the Im
portant Presbyterian pastors In the
r JACOB H. iCHIfr, B.ke, of New York.
PROJECT UP III AIR
NEWBERQ WANTS IT LOCATED
THERE AND THERE'S A MER
RY FIGHT JUST AHEAD.
I ' NOT IN FAVOR OF ISSUING STOCK FOR Lrna
t THAN ITS PAR VALUE IN CASH. AND I WILL SAV.
- AS I HAVE OFTEN SAID. THAT ANY DIFFERENT
METHOD WILL NECESSARILY OPEN THE DOOR TO
THE SAME PRACTICES WHICH. WHILE IN THE PAST
LONGER BE .JUSTIFIED.
.r,.., AT AVE BEEN AND NO' DOUBT
I ITAIVi aa . . .
...mit, WOULD NOW IN THE ECONOMIC DE-
wrnivn riA TAKEN PLACE Or
LATE YEARS NO
H at at
. When I gay stock issues .hould not be permitted to be made for
, ; leas than par in caah I do not mean to exclude by this property at ita
,,. eaah Talue, to be fixed either by expert, appointed by federal author-
' r,r?;glTO,?wUt further "titration, but NOT BY THE
. It should also be made permissible to issue atock for consolidation
rrposoa of two or more railroad companies, based on THE FAIR
AND REASONABLE MARKET VALUE OF TILE STOCK OF
THE CONSOIIDATEP COMPANIES. ,
. '.j87: of 'tf two companies wish to consolidate the bona
fide value of whose .hares is below par, it .hould be permUaible to
fasue new consolidated rtock tn proportion to the market Talue of the
rtock. of the regpoctire companiea. !
;. V '.To fllustrate: If, for instance, the Misaouri Pacific IUAwst com-
SALEM. Jsn. 27 One of the breex
lest committee wranglea of the pres
ent legislative session marked the ef
fort of the many Interested persons
to get together and reach an agree
ment last night as to the trl-county
bridge provided for In 8. B. No. tl,
by Carson. The bill requires the
bridge to be located at Buttevllle, but
most of the Msrion constituency In
Senate and House want the structure
at Newberg. After a half or three-.
quarters of n hour devoted to debate
and Interchanges of opinion the com
mittee, composed of the Senators from
the three Interested counties Marlon,
Yamhill and Clacksmas adjourned
without mattera being materially
Senator Carson, of Marlon.- chair
man of tne committee. Is said nerson-
slly to oppose the Buttevllle bridge,
though by Introducing the bill and
promising to support It he now finds
himself In a rather awkward predica
ment. If the general belief that the
parson aouDtiess will feel greatly re
lieved. A citizen of Buttevllle named Purdy
caused the Introduction of the bill and
has been one of Its strongest advo
cates before the committee. It Is said
the Trl-county Push Club waa formed
to try to carry through the law dhv
poaea- i ne opponents of the bill
wsnt Ysmhlll County to dst Its share
for building the bridge, though only 15
feet of It are said to He In Yamhill
It is expected that the majority re
port will be against the bridge and the
minority In favor of it. Without a
united delegation from the three coun
ties the prospects of the measure pass
ing do not appear bright.
Dick Aiusworth, a young American
with-a rUb aud liidulgvut father, speut
much of his tluio s broad. aria being
hla favorite place vf realdeuce. He
Vaa a Trvquoiit Ultor at lbs Pwra and
th theaters. Indeed. the were hla
world. Oue ufcht on tb slsge of the
Opera Coiulqu be mw.dI fate. , Oue
of the alugcra. Mile. CWbctt Vrrdler
waa th Impersonation of luodoetr.. ot
dx4rum, of all that ia gwnti and fern
rAMi worth requested a theatrical
friend to take hint behind the seme
and Introduce him to the lady. Tu!
waa duly granted, aud Atnaworth
fouud Mile. Yerdler the sam shy
uuassumtug creature she wss on the
stsge. 8b wss rather petite and
dressed off-and usually on-th etag'
la rery simple attire, her hair wlul
ly U'lng plainly done. When Alu
worth looked at her admlriugly her
eyes dropped 10 the door and she stood
before , him a living slatu of luiio-
At the end of a few month, during-which
Atnaworth gave Mite. Vr
dler all of hla time that ahe was
able to apart of her own to be with
htm. be fouud hInuMlf (U-eratily In
love wttti ber aud made her a proioal
of marriage. It was accepted, and
Alnsworth waa Inordinately bappy. lie
tom ni oancee that It would not be
necessary -for her "to remain ou tUo
aUge that hla father was a very rich
Atnaworth aenlor'was but twenty
two years older than Aluswortb Junior.
one ne naa always been very liberal
with his sou and had told tb boy that
wnen.ne wniued to marry be would
provide for him. "I don't wlah you to
ne in a nurry to get me out or the way.
Dick." the pareut had said. "I'm good
for twenty or thirty yeara yet, but I
ahall not trouble you because I still
Uv.M When Clochette asked Mck If
nia rather would object to hla marry
ing on on the stage Dick told ber
tnat hi rather had com very near rt.v
lag the sam thing himself before he
married hla mother.
Iih k wrote his father about hla en
gagement, and hla father replied ayn
pstbetlcslly that If the description he
uaa receirea or tbe lady were correct
he would have no objection whatever
to tbe match and would provide for
tne coupi liberally. Tbe elder A ins
wort h.w a a widower, with no other
child except Dirk, and be promised to
settle half of hla estate on bis boy on
tbe day of his marrisge. "nat," h
aald lu closing hla letter. "I must make
tb acquaintance of your fiance be
fore giving my approval, and 1 am
sorry to aay I shall not be able to
croaa tbe ocean for several months
Thla Isst part of hla father's letter
wss the only part of It that Interfered
witn Pick's comfort. He wss very
ujucu in iove and desired to be made
hsppy at once. It troubled blm that
hla dear, modest little Clochett should
contlnu to be the target forrfh eye
of the young bloods of Paris, n
would gladly bsve bad ber leave It at
once, but she declined to do so until
they were msrrlcd. Bo Dirk wss
forced to wslt till bis father could
come over and alt should be settled.
At last be received the welcome
news that Mr. Alnsworth would sail
on a certain dale and go direct to
Parts on his arrival at Havre. Dick
waited for the day of arrival feverlab
ly. II hsd-no donbt of bis father s
spprovsi of his ladylove. Such unsf
reeled sweet nm would
JOINED THE CYOTES
AND NOW ROAMS WILD
ONCE FAITHFUL GREYHOUND
PREFERS LIFE IN THE
A once tame arvhmind. owned by
a resident of Randy, Oregon, -haa be
come wild and now Uvea with tha coy
otea It formerly chased In tba sur
It hss hern three years sine thl
greyhound heard and responded to the
call of the wild, and It haa never vea
lured back 1o hla old home except to
coma to the outskirts to steal chick'
ens from henroosts.
The companion of th greyhound la
a coyote, and they have frequently
been seen together running through
th outskirts of Handy. Heveral per
sona have tried to get photographa
of the strage couple, but have failed
The greyhound haa lost all dealre to
return to hla former home and naa ne
come even more wild than his com
panlon. The animal haa quit a his
tory, hsvtng been rwised from a puppy
In the nelshhorhood. One day he die-
appeared from his bom, and severs!
week afterward waa Been with tn
coyote, which haa been hla oonatant
- ADDITIONAL LOCAtft.
j .ail ISI1S '
The trial of the Keller boys, aet for
hearing, waa postponed to todsy at 1
p. m. The lawyera were not ready ao
the case waa poatponed.
C. R .Humboldt, of Portland, ha
purchased a five acre tract In Cler
mont allotment No. 3. which he will
proceed to put Into', high at ate of
At the Gladstone Christian church
Sunday there will be a merger aer-
vice In th tnornlns one a month
th church and Sunday school being
merged. There will be preaching at
the evening hour.
At the Christ Rv. Lutheran church
Sunday the aubject at the morning
hour will be. "Three Stare for Earthly
Pllgrlma" 1. The Star of Nature; I.
Th Star of Divine Word; 1 The Star
of Bethlehem. Service will be at
10:30. In Rngllsh.
II. C- Croaa haa bad a dllch opened
up alongside the O. Y. P. Ry. In Glad
stone to take off tbe water when It
rslns. The O- W. P. haa no culverts
under Ita tracka and when It haa
rained In the past the water waa
barked np and unable to get out Thla
new ditch will Insure that the water
ran run off and no more floods are
to occur. The ditch la on th eaat
aide of the track.
The Bank of Oregon City
Gives Its customers genuine Wa
and its Increased business end grovv
shows that such service Is appreciate
THE OLDEST BANK IN THE COUNTY
For fin shoe rpalrlit l
THE OLD RELIABLE OREGfj
CITY SHOE SHOP
Work dne white yen wait
Out Mottot Satisfaction Gaaraatrc d
C. SCHOENHEINZ, Propria
711 Main .lath and iewenth.
GEORGE A. HARDIKc
PURE DRUG. PERFUMES, TOILET ARTICLES AND
STATIONERY. PRESCRIPTION AND FAMILY
CEIPTE CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED.
PHONES . MAIN tMt. HOME, aV44.
Sit MAIN STREET
Next Door (o Pocid
a C. LATOURhTTTl PreaidenL
r. i. aJITatf
THE FIRST. NATIONAL Btf
of OREGON CITY , OREGON j
capital, SoAOoaoa . I
Traneeet . Oeral Banklef welne, Oh free Kit'
Dank up the old barae to shut out
lh cold wind under the floora.
The aunsbln ahould come Into
every stable through large wlndowa.
If a cow haa an apple or similar ob
struction lodged In ber throat. It can
be removed by pouring a pint oCjnelt
mere was a piesssm aurpns on I ed Isrd down her throat. Thl ni
Mr. and Mrs. Done In their pretty make th animal strangle and cough,
bungalow. They apent a very pleas- land In tbe Simula th. ohatmrii.m .in
ant evening with gamee and cards, be dislodged.
rterresnments were served during tbe
evening and all the guest a reported
mat-they naa a very pleaaant time.
Tbe guesta were, Mr a. Gwlne and her
three daughtera, from Walla Walla
Warren D. and Ella R. Hathaway,
J. II. Graham and Helen M. rallln el
Mra. Rose Nehren, Mr. Elva Single- ' t0 Joh" R- Oatfleld. i:o.ll acre).
lownaoip i aouin, range l eaat; quit
Mile to A. J. and Kate
Lai. 17.13 acre, between aectlona 13,
10, so, and 31, township 4 sooth;
W. II. Seltser to Catherine Ooticber,
terrv. Mr, n II Unwell Mr Dan.ll
Mr. and Mra. W. M Gardner Me ant claim
Mra. J. PL Reelev. Mr anit Me r.l.l. I Isaac A
well, Mr. and Mra. Oua Wamblad, Mr.
and Mra. Van Hoyton, Mr. and Mra,
Charlea Moran. Miss Kthle Green.
Miss Msrlorle Mvera Ml Jnal rsie.
an. Miss Msud Moran. Frank llamp- acrea, aectlona It and IT, township
ton, R. p. Caldwell and Carl Nehren. ou!h' ' xo(hl-
There were eiactly thirty people In- M,rr R Mayflel. t al to U 'W.
eluding Mr. and Mra. Done. Warner, 135 acrea and a SO foot atrip,
Mr. Louis Helgbmen, of 8aeonore, D,w aectlona j and 14, township
Wash., wss visiting his parents for a ' range 3 eaat; 14500.
'hort time. He returned to hla bom J"na and Ruby Adama to Carl
Monday evening. Ronth, tract In section 23, township t
Mr. Arthor Erlckson Is stopping on'h, rang esst; 1.
home at bis psrents. Mr. and Mra. Carl "nd Hanna Rooth to Jamea and
Victor irrrlrkann ir ) n vi. ... I Ruby Adama. tract In section 11. tn.
man. rt.l.i. ilii i L.T. -" ' '""i iw nmiM " . ."
k . jl i ""r" nnt nis rs and maybe longer,
ther bad a keen lnslgbt Into character Mr .nrf Me. n
especially or women. He would at few daya In Bellwood with their daugh- IMn r Lydla Urklna
once recognize Clochette'. mors I worth ter. Mrs. Clyde Plckered. ' tlarn Engle. 40.(5 acres, township
wuum see now different I There waa a aurnria n.rie nn n. s soutn. rsng I eaat: Quitclaim.
irora many women on tbe stsge, car and Arthur Erlckson Mondsy ev-
vn tne day of his fstbt-r's kru-ti anmg. Tbey spent the evenlns In
srrlvsl Dick received a telegram from- me ,ncn Ave hundred and pedro.
him Inviting his son to snp with blm Th xumt9 w"r ola achoolmatea
at a cafe on the rhamna Ria. at. tlmt n,a moved to Portland. Thoae
Alnsworth would not arrive lu.fr. in PJ.""1 wr"-. M1"" Tll,l Thomoua,
GREAT WAR i:
On of the Bast platureits
In Thla City Drautt
Dont fall to attend
Theatre thla afternoon or
to aee lh treat war (
On Keniarky Boll,- aa aaw
Civil War. ahowlng th tkc
of the Union Spy of t
camp. Thla great war fka
plt with stirring artkas'
by th Reliance All Star?
Another picture Is "Tba On
which Is considered oata!
picture put on. and c i
not arrive before 10 r,"T. " " Inon,ou'
P. m. and hla ,, .u. Dr" nomous. miss cora jag
11 A K annl., W " llill.ll, m v.. Bi.
t to fhe ear. T, ? ,bV" E""' Mr Ann, BvtM' Mr- Mra.
UoJi!ecafandjlH(f09r Jamea. Russel. Mr. and Mr.Vlctor
r. J he proprietor announced Erlckson, Mr, (J. R. Orshsm, Mr. Pew-
csfe at II.
the, if II. ., . . " ... .V mi. u- ll. uranam, mr. liew-
inst M. Alnsworth bad engaged a prl- ey Thomous, Mr. Brooks, Mr. Oscar
r"" 'si ne nnd evidently Erickson and Mr. Arthur Erlckson.
uTiaiiipii. aince be bsd not yet
-...r-. OAK OROVE
" "'"Pa U nlly walked bsck and The Oak C.rove Junior basket W
' u"ur' wnen vrslter step- team dnreated the Young Men'a Jew
ped up to him and bade him foiinw Ish team of Portland Wdnat.
him. He led the young mau to an np- nln' January J6, In Oreen'a hall,
per atory and. stopping st a certain Bcore 28-14.
door, fbrew it open. Mr"- Arthur Kuehl la quite alck
ine sight young Alnsworth beheld ' 5rlDp'
stsrtled him. Arotmd a table on which L WM rc,v(1 ,rPm Loe Von-
were tbe remains of a sumer sat . ??Th fr?m Angeles, Cal., stating
company of men ami .,., I. l"" weatner waa nn.
wore? for wme Tl ! "?' V"- l.nd. P
the beinnin,, -k! r.ll " " "u ' W""K na Oraham.
" " "ua I'RS HflW,
entiled -Columbus' RHtn'l
crowds attended this shmK
night to aee these plctort
C. E. Society Social.
The Christian Endeavor society Of
the Congregational church rave av
clal to membera Friday evening which
proved a very pleasant event There
waa a enort program and prominent
among the young people to partlcl-
imie waa A1JSS Ann e Miller nt r-..
land, who gave several recitatlona and
At I Arthur Oraham la once more able
FOR GOOD OF SERVICE.
ti5t?.UN2T0.N' ,an- 27-nr ilr
Nav. u he PTfM. Secretary of the
for M15 h" ,"ke1 Admiral Barry
Sved snrS"KD"Hon' " bn re
It thl WM wcepted "for the good
SLn rTl9" according to an an
nouncement made today by Secret."
"PONTOON" PEACOCK DEAD.
cock, known among Teteran. of th
civil war as "Pontoon Peawi, - ,?5
yesterday after a year'a Illness' at his
residence here. Mr. Pescock wis a
?im- u?Sht "Btur"' r"
rrti?J d.tb cor,Suror road and built
brldgee acros the n.irt.i,-T..
awamps. which enabled tJZ"l
Pranklin in em.. .
Hilt ft. "r "'vern
K2SS.tt- -m. of' "PontZ
Try Dunn irr r-i. . .
oood.. Nit ; v:.:: BmoMr'
one .ml ... i.i. .... . I """ ui-iiem i
hot mMtl . eT,aen,r the to be up and around but not able to I
- w it- in- I' ni W n 1 1 1 fr rsM rn tes, I roinmst tilaa i iHe.a lM . a
the scene wss s worasn dancing around Ldlea' Sewing Circle will meet at
... ."u,. oonru. line nome Of Mra. V. Clark Thnratav
She was Mile. Clochette Verdler. I Dasket ball game Saturday evening,
rameri uiochetter rrieri niei, January zn in nreen'a hall between
Shast. ' I the Osk Orove Senior club team snd
Tbe dancer atonnewt a m cnnatian, Brother. Athletic Pinh
. "' nvr i, d-i-
u... io nis rather, got down from tbe "
table and walked angrily out of th. M.Lw7u"k,E.
'My .on" ssld the elder Al. "!?l..B.?..Bd.
"demonstrstlon i. k-m-: ll.r V" """siiKie, win go to
slon. I h.e. i . . ' " rr.""u." " WBW" lo or an appro-1
paria in .. r. r i "" i emmoy counsel io argue
a . tnrtylna; your Dance.- the appeal of the fare caae which the
And that, wss the end of Dirk ai Portland Rallwa i.ih a, pim r-
"'ine urrnm or ltv. m t t.... .1 1 nnnv ha teben m tha a.,n..M. r..
arenm h, h.a ,nth,r ntt!f bu( tj Mllwaukle won th caae for flva cent
i.m nm rainer approved of his choice e MTon R"foad Commission,
v,u uv mw ner. I oiaie nupreme uonri, nut
tne railroad company appealed to tha
1 ii 1 r ears aw r r HiiMama ...a mi
Tl. 1 ' 'ninu, lie u inunev avaiinn e to hand Mil.
.110 Dannuer vmi k. . . 1 , 1 . . . ... -
Congregational XVST' I""""! 2" -for the
waa a very enkVv.M': E.". "n,D rT. l h
wre nearly an hundred f""r" ;r.:Z" -wmmim runos for the
joy tne occasion. Tn speaker, of the I .
this city, and ReV." "r'.of . . " "
tnaifl ,V a m ' VJnCKA I , I1UIEL IDDIuil at
wihi inn rkftatrtw - sl. I . - .. " ' w a- V.
R-v. P.ddock ..thl sat. TOL.'" who' h.v.
-onary superintendent of Or , T V,, M: U
a lntereated in v. "
AND OTHER ILLS OF TH"
AT Till j
(The Hous of IfBs
Bell, round-trip tlcheta. f
month., allowing ;
accommodation st tt 1
rium, at Portla
- ow. r. j.
For further Informstka '
trated booklet, addra i
Phy, Madlcal gupt.
Uke, Oregon, any 0--"
Atent, or writ to
. . .WM. MeMUR.-t
:: . roRTU.--
Interested i V- v'".e,on.' n1
church, w a i7. ' wunc the
erforthe oc.." w"to.tm..t.
Hammal, flan Franclaco. i. a'tZ.Jc'I
rt Mnl.ii. . . - ' . 'an-
V. 1" wmsier, port and:
l James. J v ni....
If u r M.nl! ... . n""r' Portland;
" H. MacDonaM M..n.. n .. '
DO YOU WANT
ANYTHING . . . (
Try the Clatjlfcd Celsans cf
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