Morning enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1911-1933, January 29, 1911, Image 1

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OREGON CI?Y, OREGON, SUNDAY, JANUARY 29, 1911.
vPeh Week, 10 Cents
WILL THEY LAUNCH IT IN TIME TO GIVE US A FEW SHIPS
FOR OUR CANAL7 -
EIGHT HOUR BILL
WEATHER FORECAST.
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Oregon City and Portland
ProbiUily fair; northweaterly
wlnda. 4
4 Orennii lonerally fair; north-'
wcatorly wind. d
ROAD EUR
IS NOT VAIJTED
J ECONOMY
COMES UP MONDAY
FIGURES
(
IR Of DR. STtlNER
FRIENDS TO
CHARGES.
.1 CUT OYER (200,000
I In th. Matter to
ff MondayBoth
! Getting
i ady.
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28. (8pl.) Indie
yOnday will show a coo
r wrsiigle ovp( tho State
m the legislature hero
and means committee
in Ita nicotinic bit that
bo aoon- Certain leu
jn to atari something
t lit approiirlatlon
Other hand there aro
icreatt will bo asked
ao la ready fur a right
V of tba ammunition
Individual claims to
)0 what will bo tho at-
B offlrlala. Superln
I rcfuaod to atato hla
(and It la asserted that
1 before tho board and
(.that ha hare hla say
, gas cut tho Htelnwr ro-
lajr from Ml J.ooo to
plea of extravagance;
Ml back with anawer
-Of over reach Inc.
k bo tnado to ahow duo
t asylum figure ahow
I oiner inaiiiuuons. u
Jbt that figure will
Oregon Inatltutlon la
V conducted than any
2a alaowhoro.
TTY n
I THE HOUSE
jfArr PET SCHEME
YEN A FAIR SHOW
) CONGRESS.
jSSsawaBBB-sa-s . .
So. Jan. 18. (Spl.)
Tation reciprocity bill
to th Houao hopper,
aa begun. htcCall, of
was entruatod with ita
The bill waa promptly
wara and moana com
promises to tako It up
jraak.
pot Taft meaauro and
foolishness permitted
Jtratlon can prevent It.
fed hearing In case car
rest foal aggrieved, but
Jarwlae. Tho Prealdent
t the public something
ek of reform, to turn
fthat baa aet In against
Tmln I at rat Ion and tbia la
effort that mu at bring
DEGREE TEAM
' Lodg Fbruary 10, for
lark H ore-
met In regular session
and after the routine
veiling Initiated two
neat Slevers and Arth-
eral other application
Ind acted on.,
fcrpose of the order to
JKly elected officer on
5 th la waa deferred till
r meeting, Pobmary
jte the Portland degree
jd to OrcKon City for a
;sal camp and put the
beat form.
JCE UP!
as
yzt that we are offering
lvalues in odds and ends
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.
Wearing Apparell
makes such as W. L.
C 1 I o.... I
1 isnoes l. oysiem ana
Sin Suits and Overcoats,
jats, Yorke Shirts, Etc
Si ... hiHjr 40 per cent; can
2 Come in and let us
ttUtesMoL -
2 Bjotherc
VSIVl cloth tent '
)o Uk Other
and Main ft. .
AN EVENING OF WHIST.
S. N. C. Club Entrtalnd by Mine
Hln and Baaa Daulton,
The B. N. C. Club wa entertained
Friday nlnht by th Mlaaea Helen and
Iieaa Daulton at their home on th
Went Hide. Tho evening waa devoted
to whlat, the prUe being won by Mia
Clara Cauriuld Vocal and InBtro
mental mimic were among the feature
of tho evening. A luncheon wa
aervvd. Tho next meeting of tho club
will be at the homo of Mra. C. If
MclManer, of Beventh and Jefforaou
atreota, on Friday evening, February
10.
ThoHe attending the meeting at the
Daulton home were Mitt Kdna Cau
flold. Ml Clara Caufleld, Mlaa June
Charman, Mlaa Kdlth Cheney, Mra.
Mortlmvr Cockrell, Mra. C. II. Mela
ner, Mra. M. 1). Ittourette, Mra. Hem'
dry.
ROBBIE BURNS SOCIETY.
People of Scotch Deacnt Mat and
Organli Friday.
Th nobble Hum Society of Or
gon City met Friday nlKlit and orga
nized on a permanent baala by elect
lng the following offlrwra: Major C.
B. Noble, chief; William Mclirty,
flrat chief; II. N. Cadell, aecond chief
and aecretary; John Ixwry, -third
chlff and treasurer; John Crawford
fourth chief and financial aecretary;
8. McDonald, atandard bearer; Patter
aon Uroa, niualclana; Rev. J. R. Iand
borough, chaplain; William Kennedy,
eergeant-al-erraa; It. MrlJirty, aentl
nel; Dr. W. Chamber Bchultze, phy
alclan.
Rev. J. R, Ivndaborough, Dr. W.
Chamber Bchultze and William Mc-
Lrty were appointed a committee on
conatltutlon and by-law, and thla
committee will report at the Doit
meeting to be held January 31 at Mr,
Mclarty'a rooma, at which time any
lover of Robbie Durn who may have
made application to the aecretary, H
N. Cadell. will be voted on.
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SHORT WEIGHTS
To Be the Subject of Loglalatur at
Thla Soaalon.
8ALKM, Jan. 18. (8pl.) The legla-
laturo la being Importuned to paa
meaauro that will properly punlah
merchant guilty of using abort
woicbta. The claim waa put forth
her today that one-third the acale
being uaed In the Stale were defective,
and that In few Inatance do the
merchanta loae In the transaction. In-
veatlgatlon la promlaed.
Ill
,tpictorB Remove Kidney.
Adolph Joehnke. who ha been
for ao mo time, and who ha been un
dergoing treatment at the 8L Vin
cent's Hospital,. waa operated on Fri
day, when ha had one of hi kidneys
removed. At the laat reports He was
resting easy.
HITS OF ARREST
OUT FOR LEGISLATORS
TWENTY-TWO ABSENTEES FOUR
FROM CLACKAMAS ARE
WANTED AT SALEM.
SALEM. Or, Jan. 28. The House
adjourned at 11:35 o'clock to 10
o'clock Monday morning The Houae
haa Imposed a fine of 15 on every
member abaent without excuse, and
adopted a resolution of cenaur.
Armed with a warrant for the ar-
reat of 13 absent member or tne
House Sergeant-at-Arma Ely left for
Portland by an Oregon Electric train
at 11 o'clock this morning.
Thla action waa taken by Speaker
Rusk s the culmination of one of the
most striking scene witnessed In the
legislature this session. The sltua-
lon Is altogether unique In Oregon
leg'slatlve history, and mark the de
termination of the Speaker not to be
aovet a to hi policy by the per
aonal affalra of members, many of
whom rehelled berauae he refused yes-
terdv to take an adjournment until
Monday, the name as was done by the
Senate.
Ttrownhlll. of Yamhill, took the floor
and made a fiery apeech In which he
declared that the conduct of the ab
sent members Is Inexcuaable, that they
re continuing live policy of making
the Oregon Legislature a farce a pol
icy which, he said, was Inaugurated
ong ago and trial not oniy anemia
he Legislature be anonnnea, dui mm
It haa come to be a shame and dis
grace to the state, and the day la not
far dletant when It will be wined out
of existence by the people and the In
itiative depended on entirely In the
enactment of law.
Representatlvea Carter, Chatten,
Jonea and" Magone, of Clackamaa
Connty, are among the membera for
whom warrant were Isaued.
NEW WATER SYSTEM
Under Consideration By City Fathers
of Qladeton.
The member of th Gladstone
Council met In Informal aaaalon Sat
urday evening to consider the need
f H city for a water worlta ayatem.
It la generally conceded that water
works are meoeaaary If the health of
th oommunlty la to be conanrved,
and It IS tip to Council to get for the
people what tboy need.
. With this need In mind representa
tive from the firm of Mitchell, Lewis
ft Stiver, of Portland, were present
to tell the City Fathers what was neo-'-'
f small water syaleaa and
wfeat It wUl cost la caas th City r(h
ra oaa their way clear to make
tha veatur at thla time. ' Nothing
u'.iniie aa been decided upon yet
but the Informal meeting la almost
certain to load to results within the
near future.
PROFIT SHARING
BV ITS EMPLOYES
PORTLAND TRACTION COMPANY
PLANS TO INTEREST ITS
WORKMEN.
WUl DRAW DIVIDENDS FROM START
Th Plan On Worked Out By Presi
dent Jooaalyn Man Subacrlb-
lng for tho Stock "
Eagerly.
PORTLAND. Or.. Jan. 28 ISol.l
Employe of th Portland Railway,
Light and Power Company will bo
come stockholder of th company,
Thla big concern, rated as a 130.000.-
000 corporation, has decided to adopt
method ' of profit. aharlng whereby
men In the various departraenta of
the company. Including conductors and
motormen, may become owners or
blooka or stock.
The plan waa formulated br. Presi
dent B. 8. Joeaelyn and he recently
arranged with a took holders In the
Eaat to part with eome of their stock
for. the employes. None of the stock
la - for sale In the open market but
Prealdent Josaelyn succeeded In Inter
esting a number of big holders to part
witn a portion of their stock ao It
might be turned over to the workers
of the corporation.
Tranafera will be made February 1.
Prealdent Josaelyn waa surprised at
the Dumber or men In the company's
service who have applied for a block
of the stock. These men will each
draw dividends from the time th
stock la taken over on February 1,
although in many casea time pay
ments will be allowed, running over
period or two years.
Most or the men or small salary
who have decided to take stock have
applied for five shares at 170 a share.
Men drawing more money have asked
for a larger number of ahares, and
President Josselyn, who la already a
large stockholder, added a small block
to his holdings Just to be In with the
boys.
The object sought In making the
men profit-sharers In the company U
to get them Interested In the concern
so they will feel a direct responsibility
In the successful operation of the
company.
part of those who did not make good.
The high school has 125 pupils at this
time as against 80 laat year, and things
are moving satisfactorily to teachers
In that department. The examina
tions reveal good work for the first
half or the year.
CONVENTION, ASHLAND
STATE GATHERING FOR FEBRU
ARY 10, 11 AND 12 BEING
PLANNED.
The Oregon C. R. ITnlon la planning
to hold a big convention In Ashland,
February J0-13. Dr. W. D. Htnaon, of
he White Temple, of Portland, and
Paul C. Brown, field secretary for
California, are among the prominent
speakers and workers on th program.
A rate of one and one-third fare
for the round trip has been granted
by the railroads, but It la necessary
for delegates to secure a certificate
from the agent at the time of pur
chasing ticket and bring It to the con
vention to be signed by the State
secretary.
Free entertainment, consisting of
room and breskfast, will be provided
for all delegates during the conven
tion. '
Ashland Is on of th moat beauti
ful realdence cities In th State, and
haa a reputation for hospitality aecond
to non.
Indications are that the convention
will be a great suoceaa, and all who
possibly can do ea-ahould plan to at
tend. ' " .
Jcn Rlgg. Ashland, Or., Is aecre
tary or the registration oommiUa and
delegate ahould send name to hire.
SURPRISED BY FRIEND8.
Two Score Neighbors Run In to Cele
brate Birthday Event.
Mr. Clayton White wa taken by
surprise at her home In Canemah Fri
day night when a number or her
friends called to remind her that the
occasion waa th celebration of her
birthday anniversary. The White
home was soon In possession of the
merrymakers, and a most enjoyable
evening waa spent In games and mus
ic which were followed by a luncheon.
Present were Miss Beryl Long, Miss
Adah Frost. Mias Ella White. Miss
Jennie Schats, Miss Bunn Owenby,
Miss Mary Ellen Long, Miss Ruth
Hedges, Mis Helen Smith, Mr. and
Mra. Shank, Mra. Maude Spencer, Mra.
P. H 8m!th, Mr. Ola Aahbaugh, Mr.
and Mra. Clayton White, Messrs. Har
ry White, Earl Smith, Earnest Long,
Gilbert Long. Ed Vonderahe, Louie
Smith, Bd Smith. Oliver Frost, Arch
Long and Mr. Morris.
SENATE EXPECTED TO VOTE ON
DIMICK LABOR MEASURE
SOME TIME TOMORROW.
NEXT BATTLE COMES IN HOUSE
If Proposed Law Is Pushed Through
Senat Effort Will Bo Made to
Place It In Friendly
House Committee.
u;;couj day talks
BY VISITImG SPEAKERS
FEBRUARY MEET OF CONGREGA
TIONAL BROTHERHOOD TO BE
A' RED-LETTER EVeNT.
The Congregational Brotherhood,
which haa held Ita meetings on th
first Tuesday In the month for the
past two years, will hold Ita February
meeting on Tuesday evening, February
7. This brotherhood had in. anticipa
tion the commemoration of Lincoln
Day, with, a Lincoln program, but In
view of the fact that another brother
hood from a sister church haa chosen
that aubject for elucidation, and not
wishing to have too much of a same
ness in brotherhood matters in the
city, the Congregational Brotherhood
committee will make choice of some
other topic for Its February meeting.
There will be speakers rroro Port
land, and aeveral of the Representa
tlvea and Senators from Salem will be
Invited to be present for the occasion
with talks In harmony with the spirit
bb breathed forth from that great com
moner and friend of the people Abra
ham IJncofn. .
Married In Juatlce Court.
Justice Samson performed the cere
mony Saturday arternoon making
Arthur J. Corbln and Alice May Nott,
both of Multnomah county, man anj
wife, In his office In this city. Friends
wanted the usual amount of Chinese
food In commemoration of the event.
txam. Show Wall For Btudonta.
Examination In th schools har
passed off with th nana! happlns
and disappointment happlneaa on
th part of those who showed to good
advantag snd dlaappolntment on th
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We Fill All Drog Wants
, A Full Un of,
A. D. S. Remedies
Prescriptions and Family Receipts
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CHARI3AN & Co.
SALEM, Or, Jan. 28. (Staff Cor-
resnondence.) Senator Walter A.
Dlmlck's 8-hour labor bill will prob
ably be railed np In the Senate Mon
day on third reading and final passage.
The bill which I being bitterly fought
by the paper mill industry In thU
State Is on the chief clerk's desk and
will come up for the final vote In Its
lecular order, as the committee .in
labor Industries, of which trtmlck ! a
member, has already made a favorable
renort unon the measure, and the Sen
ate has adopted th renort.
The fate of the pro no Bed law Is
rcmewhat In doubt although Senator
Dim Irk says be Is sanguine of Its pass
age thrniiKh the Senate. There Is no
doubt that the bill will receive the
votes or some senators who' are ut
heart unfriendly to the measure, as
they believe It Is class legislation and
aimed at the. paner mills alone, bo
these legislators have no desire ti be
claimed as unfriendly to the labor in
terests, snd will probably vote for the
bllL
H the" measure goes through the
Senate, It will then go to the House
where It will be referred to a com
mittee. Ther Is no certainty, how.
ever, that the bill will go to the House
committee on labor Industrie, for n
effort will be made to place It with a
committee that la known to be friendly
to the proposed legislation.'
It Is rot known who has been select
ed to champion the measure In the
House. 8enator Dimlck, however, will
not lose sight' or the bill when it
leaves the Senate, but will follow Its
course with hi usual vigor, and will
see that the bill doea not become Inst
sight of In the maze of legislative pro
ceeding.
J wo years sgo a similar measure
rsssed the House, but In the Senate
It fell by the wayalde. It mieht be
supposed that Dimlck would consider
his duty done with the bill through
the Senate, but It Is ssld he will not
rest on his oars after the expected per
formsnce Monday, but will strain .ev
ery nerve to put the measure up to
Governor West for the executlv sig
nature
COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT T. J.
GARY, who with President Todd,
ha been visiting Clackamas County
schools tho past week.
Chatton Get Judgment
W. H. Cbatton, of Oswego, who sued
to collect commission on land sale.
client refusing to transfer the lands
when a buyer had been found, was
given Judgment in Justice Samson's
court Saturday for f 107 and costs, the
amount In controversy. The case wa
tried aeveral days ago but His Honor
withheld decision for consideration
further.
INCREASE CAPITAL.
Homo OH Comoany Now In Position
to Forgo Ahead.
The stockholder' meeting of the
Home OH Company was held In the
Commercial Club parlors yesterday
afternoon. The meeting waa called
at 1 o'clock, and was presided over by
George Vlerbus. president or the com
nanv. There was a good attendance
or the stockholders, and there was an
unanimous vote ror the re-organlxa-tlon
and ror the capitalization to be
increased to $500,000. the former cap
italisation tielng $25,000.
The same officers as heretofore wlli
serve for the ensuing year, and are as
follows: President. George Vlerhus;
vice president, L. D. Mumpower; treas
urer and secretary, C. D. Latourette;
general manager. J. P. Dunham.
RECEIVE AN OVATION
FROM EVERY SCHOOL
PRESIDENT TODD AND SUPERIN
TENDENT GARY SPEND ENJOY
ABLE WEEK WITH PATRONS.
City Drvg Store.
1 Nxt Door to Kctrte Hotel
Paein FnoM U . Hosa Pfcoa) 41
The recent tour or the country
srhools. by President Edward H. Todd
and County Superintendent Gary,
among the schools or Clackamas conn
ty, has been one long continued ovation-
Beginning Monday morning
there has been nothing to Interfere
with school visiting and many calU
have boen made and each evening
there has been an educational and
social gathering In a school center
that promised an attendance worthy
the effort.
There were 28 schools visited and
President' Todd spoke 25 times. Mr.
Gary did not speak so often as tha
time was limited and where he haj
often an opportunity to talk to the
people ho refrained from doing so on
this occasion so that the school pat
rons might have the pleasure or hear
lng the county's guest Mr. Todd.
The last talk was at the Brown school,
near New Era, on Saturday night. -
President Todd expresses himself aa
well pleased with the conditions In
this county, and says he finds the
achoola doing aa good work here, and
as far advanced ror similar situation,
as any Id the State.
The gentlemen were train-bound at
Greaham on day and ao took the oc
casion to visit the schools of that vil
lage, even If It waa not In Mr. Gary's
district both gwntlement being Invit
ed to apeak, and both making good In
well chosen words. . .
JACK LODER IS
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BADLY INJURED
BOY PLAYS. WITH A DYNAMITE
CAP AND WILL PROBABLY
LOSE RIGHT EYE?
CREW (MESSKESS APPARENT
While Parent Ar At Luncheon, Their
Son' Childish CuHosity Causes
Him to Play With Pow
erful Explosive.
Jack Loder, the only child of Attor
ney and Mrs. John W. Loder, was
frightfully Injured Saturday afternoon
by the explosion of a dynamite cap
that the little fellow found on the
front porch of th Loder residence on
Center street. Th fore or the ex
plosion severely lacerated the right
side or the boy's head and he will
probably' lose the sight or his right
eye and may become disfigured for
life aa a result of the accident
- Center street is being Improved and
the 'Workmen have been using dyna
mite in blasting out the rocks. Since
this work has been In progress Mrs.
Loder has been very careful and haa
warned her aon more than once not
to play In the street or to go Into al
most certain danger-
At 1 o'clock Saturday arternoon,
while Mr. and Mrs. Loder were fin
ishing their luncheon, the boy Jumped
from the table and went out on the
wide veranda to play. He picked up
the dynamite cap and with boyish
curiosity took It into the basement to
Investigate. Mr. and Mrs. Loder
heard a hammer pounding, and sud
denly the boy uttered a terrible
scream and his horror stricken par
ents rushed to the scene to rind their
son In agony, but conscious, and able
to tell them where h found the ex
plosive.,'
Dr. M. C. Strickland was hurriedly
summoned and the Injured lad was
rushed to a Portland hospital, where
his wounds received attention.
It Is apparent that some one has
been criminally careless in leaving a
dynamite cap where It would rail into
unskilled hands. It Is not known how
the cap was brought to the porch, un
less it had previously been placed
there. There Is no susplcon, however.
that harm was Intended and the un
fortunate occurrence Is probably due
to the carelessness of someone.
UNUSUAL METHOD ADOPTED IN
SENDING OUT PETITIONS TO
ROAD SUPERVISORS.
PROCEDURE IS RATHER REMAXXAEIE
Commissioners M jit toon and Blair Not
Witling to Try Now Systom Ev
en in Face of Dlmlck's As
tounding Statement.
The fine art of moulding public sen
timent la detected In the circulation -of
petitions throughout Clackamas
County asking the county court not to
appoint a road superintendent. In
vesLgatlon Saturday proved that tha
petitions to the number of 35 or 40
were mailed to road supervisors snd
others by George Ogleaby, supervisor ,
for the Marks prairie district, and Mr.
Oglesby admitted that he had the pe
tition printed and sent out at the sug
gestion of County Commissioners Mat
toon and Blair who are understood to
be opposed to change In the method
of constructing county roads.
These petitions were received more
than a week ago by many of the road
supervisors and there was nothing to
Indicate where they came from or by
whose authority they were mailed.
Several or the supervisors concluded
that the county court had forwarded
the petitions, and It waa then that
County Judge Beatle had his first In
timation of the existence of the pa
pers, by receiving telephone inquiries
from some or the supervisors, who
wanted to know If the court desired
the petition circulated.
Judge Beatle quickly made an In
vestigation, and about the same time
Attorney H. B. Cross, who haa been
foremost in urging the county court
to appoint a road engineer and adopt
a systematic plan of road building, ob
tained a copy of one of th petitions
that had been sent to Jamea Tracr,
or Gladstone. It waa round today that
the petitions were printed In the offlc ' -or
the Valley Publishing Co., at Caaby,
ror Mr. Ogleaby, who said, when called
up by telephone, that his object in
sending out the petitions had ba to
ascertain the septlment of the anpor- .
visor and farmers snd to obtain mm
expression, it being expected that tho
supervisor would place the petitions
in circulation and file them with th
county court at the time of filing their
monthly road reports next Wednesday.
Mr. Oglesby stated that th com
missioners had some knowledge of
the transaction.
It Is thought likely that tne petitions
were prompted by in effort that has
been made her for aeveral weeks by
the Live Wire to Induce the county
court to name a competent road mas
ter and to abandon the systom that
has been In vogue for a number of
years, under which th 55 supervisors
are a sort of law unto themselves and '
do not work Under general supervis
ion or by any concerted plan. Mr.
Cross was appointed chairman of a
committee of the Live Wires to pre
sent the matter to the court, and
few weeks ago Commissioners Mat
toon and Blair met with th Live
Wires and listened to arguments for
the appointment of a road engineer
and the adoption of a sensible system
of permanent road construction. Noth
ing definite came of thla meeting, ror
the two ffwimlasioners were rather
noncommittal and were not willing to
go on record as changing the present
so-called system. . ,
It waa at .this meeting that Formor
County Judge Grant B. Dimlck made
the astounding statement that during
his four years' administration that haa
Just ended, at leaBt one-fourth of all
the road money expended had been
practically wasted, because of the lack
of system, and that his attempt to
obtain the appointment or a road en-.(
glneer one year ago had been resisted
by Commissioners Lewellen and Mat
toon, who did not share his views a ,
to road construction.
(Continued on page two.)
CLAIRMONT
- Four Licenses to Marry.
Th following licenses 'to marry
were graated Saturday by Connty
Clerk MntTy:
Ola MSB and Mlchaol Prana.
Mary C Howard and William M.
tnmfe.- I
Alte alary Nott and Arthur J. Cor
bln. Diet) L. Wilkinson and Otto Heckel.
Plant your dollars in Clairmont Acre
age it will return you Bank Rolls.
With all of the convenience of the city and pleasures
of the country, it is the most Ideal place for a home.
The present low price of the land will remunerate the
purchaser two or three times in a short time.
The best soil that lays out doors. Small-payment
down $10.00 per month.
W. F. SCHOOLEY & CO.
Oregon City, Or. BOTH PHONES Min 60 At 56
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