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OREGON CITY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1011.,
Per Week, 10 Cents
rT "H. bbbbbbpb
y Of JOSEPH FELB,
PROPAGATION. M HENRY GEORGE
"ifcvlls of Monopoly' of
p Residing In
ft44U IIIIIKIIIHIIV H'V
ardent Minnie rax
la alnrora In til a acta
altenled In the flirt
Jnx hla lira and hla
)paK'iil"n of that doc
Jkt -not moan much
Vit when It la undor
tl la very wealthy
SodliiK 1100,000 a year
j of the Bit ale Tax
ty to Bee that he la
le Tax for money.
ar the world have
Kels atid hla fad,
r they believe he la
fart that Mr. Kels
V In the work and
IvIiik load certain
i ponder the proposl-
by Mr. Feia.
. world wide renown
he la doliiK. And
1 day In Oreon City
two friends Mantel
itl, and It. I. .Kcott,
da wore the guests
J. 8. IT'Hen, the well-
They came to visit
tnlk over the pinna
Wnn work for Slnul"
of Orcein and the
jr. Thorn la a Minnie
section of the North
t B. 8 J. McAllister.
5o. M. Morton, II.
3l"ton and W. H.
,')nllHtel In the mis-
, Vela and he la here
on hla pet donma
JXh hla lleutenanta In
for il momenta
U he baa In mind la
prld. Me aald:
ftk over the field and
Jm Ih innktng. Will
id tonlKlt and then
Nar IirltlMh Colmnlila
g la maklna; more
J. country, and I am
tOuntry to note the
K'lua made aome ad
of all peraonal and
aa from taxea for
4m aurh a showing In
Stat no one wanta to
4 mrthoda. - When
ja tried there la no
ie, for no one wanta
nco the beneflta of
urh of my time In
iat ten yeara, and
Tax are more ap
I here; we will aee
ty yeara from now
fern contlnuea. There
fty In England and
e aeea the land aya
ooH and aiecUl
WMIona la the curae
Etie fare today. Sin
ly ayatem that ran
d the people. The
Jt come to us If we
t (trow and proaper
t la In the womb of
enry Oeorxe, the
!le Tax theory, and
he aon of the inme
I bro Mr. Fela quit
k hla mlHHlon work
Jk la ao near to hla
)0 hla Immnnra for
J apent In the city
Art land and to the
md In that city.
o waa aentenred to
Jtentlnry In the year
Jtane of forgery, wai
that hlah nualltv nec-
high prleaa. . In
la ao. It haa always
int aim to offer mar
p nlghaat standard at
Mble prloe, and during
ala we have lowered
Jy one-half In ordar to
!oek before the next
t Investigate the star.
ra offering t
yeaterdny pardoned through hla at
torney, fleoiKO C. Ilrownell. The
term at when aentenred waa from
two to 20 yeara. Olaon, before koIiik
to Hulem, waa an employe ( he 1'ort
land Hallway IJght & . Tower Com
puny, and tlila company hoa offered
him hla poalilon to rommenre work
I till iiiornirK.
! ! '4 t
Oregon Clly and I'ortland Oe-
$ raaloiial light rain; cooler, went
f nly wlnda.
' Oregon OcciiMlonally light rain
weal, light rain or anow euat por- -v
tlon; coolpr, Bouilito went wlnda. t
4. 4. 4, 4 ( ct 4. v'
Mean Much for .Wtrn Traffic In
NEW YORK, Jun. 8t . (Spl.) The
executive committee of the Union
PuclTlc and Southern ruclfle llnea to
day took atepa that meana the douhle
tracking of the Oregon Short Une
from iirmiirer. U'vo . to 1 1 nil t trillion.
Or , a (llalunro of 641 mllea; alao for
the double tracking of the Union Paci
fic from Omaha to Ban rranciaco,
Thla Improvement will take $78,000,.
000 of capital and five yeara time.
P. 0. RECEIPTS LARGER.
lmilTllK.il Or Ian !t1 Kill)
All atatlHtlra hIiow wonderful trade
proaperlty In thla city ana the Norm
vi rnunlr at thla time. Rrerv
trade Index niurkB an advance In
biiHlneaa condltlona that la marked.
One nf the mnat tin tent atrawa to
hIiow la the poatofflce reculpta, which
ilemonatrate a is per cent in gain over
laat year. All slgna look gutxi at thla
SHIP SUBSIDY A GrtAFT.
In a hearing tixlay
Hlilp aiiliHlily bill
committee John W.
Jan. 31. (8pl.)
In the matter of a
before the Mouae
Journal of Com
of opinion that all
a graft. Me cou
of the New York
merce, Bitld he waa
ahln aubaldy waa
ceded, however, th
nt there might be
honent men among
the friends of the
Mora Greeka Fight.
Two Rreeka were caught fighting In
the rear of the Iirunawlck reBtaurant
yeeterduy evening and taken to prlaon
by Officer Cooke. Bach put up $20
guarantee for hla releaae and their
caaea will be called later today.
OREGON'S SYSTEM NOT
SENATOR ABRAHAM SEES A PLAY
ING OF POLITICS BY SEN
8ALKM, Or., Jan. 31. (Spl.) The
effort to commit the State leglulature
to Senator Ilourne In hla next cam
paign, aa waa the Interpretation given
the attempt to have the Senate and
Mouae inatruct Senatora Ilourne and
Chamberlain to take an active part
In urging the amendment to the Con
stitution providing for selection of
Sen at or .by direct election, waa a sig
nal failure. 8o, too, waa the reaolu-
tlon Baking . for legUlatlve endorse
ment of Oregon'a ayatem of govern
The general expreaalon waa that In
defeating thla reaolutlon no one waa
crltlclHlng the laws of hla State, but
that rather one waa putting hla foot
on another man'a attempt to play
Senator Abraham became so caustic
In hla criticism of Senator Ilourne
that Trealdent Selling called hla at
tention to the fact that Bourne's name
waa not brought Into the leglalatlon
and Bhould not be In the criticism.
8AN FRANCISCO WINS.
Panama Exposition to Ba Held On the
WA8MINGTON, Jan. 31. (Spl.)
San Kranclaco won on the first ballot
In the oonteat for the Panama Expo
Bltlon. The vote atood 188 for KtIhco
and 169 for New Orleans. Thla will
moan a great boost for San KranclHCO
and th whole NorthweBt country
On the ftflnal roll call the vote waa
259 to 43.
The San Francisco resolution does
not sak for a cent of aid In swinging
the gigantic proHslUon. On the first
vote 'It waa tied up to the hundredth
KILLED ON TRESTLE
IN BARTON TUESDAY
MAN AND WIFE BOTH HIT BY O.
W. P. TRAIN WOMAN KILLED
AND MAN IN HOSPITAL.
One person waa killed outright and
a second aerloualy Injured and will
likely die aa the result of an accident
on a trestle on the O. W. P. at Barton
it 4:30 yesterday afternoon. The
trends la about 200 feet long and la
often used In crossing a Bmall stream
by foot paaaengera when the waters
are high, and a man and wife named
Huffman, In doing; thla, were caught
by a passing car at that hour and
thrown to the ground some distance
Mra. Huffman waa killed outright
and Huffman, who waa taken to a
Tortland hospital, la almost certain to
die. Carelessness" la charged In that
the regular atop of the train la but a
short distance away, and at thla point
people aay tha train should have been
tinder perfect control.
Coroner Fox has been notified and
will hold an Inquest today.
"LIVE WIRES" PLACE THAT TOPIC
ON THE PROGRAM FOR THE
CROSS CHAIRMAN OF THE COMMITTEE
Much Talk as to the Proportion of
Waste In Road Building
Under tha Present
The live Wlree met In the Com
mercial Club parlora yesterday, and
a banquet waa enjoyed.--ThiRre were
many Important subjects brought up
H. E. Cross, who waa chairman of
the committee on roadmaater, gave a
lengthy talk on thla subject, and hla
remarks were highly appreciated by
hla hcarera. Mr. Crosa said In part
that he believed that Frank Jaggar,
of Carus, was the best road super
visor In the county, and atated that
Mr. Jaggar advocated a roadmaater,
that such a one would be a great help
In putting down grade atakea and as
sisting the road supervisor. Mr. Cross
said that there had been enough mon
ey apent on the roads of Clackamaa
county to build railroad llnea, and this
was caused by using the wrong sys
tem, as It takes great skill to build a
giKxl road. Me said that there are S3
roada In Clackamaa county, and that
there were 63 different waya of build
lug these roada. The matter of road
master waa Iminirtant to the taxpayer
and the merchanta.
It la the Intention of the Live Wlrea
to have an open session with the coun
ty cou't In regard to this at the meet
ing of next Friday afternoon, and
those who are Interested In this are
given an Invitation to be present at
this meeting. The committee In
charge consists of II K. Cross, chair
man; W. A. Hn"y. E- E- Brodle. J.
E. Hedgea, J. F. Clark, Frank Buaeh,
K Adams, B. T. McHaln ana O. u.
Judge Dlmlck Is In receipt of a let
ter from Judge Code, of Pallas, olk
county, stating that he believes that
40 per cent of the money of Polk coun
ty la aquandered every year for road
work, and he haa heard that Clacka
maa county la In a almllar position,
and he suggested that Clackamaa
county take the Initiative In preparing
and placing a bill before the present
legislative Besslon of establishing
road engineers to oversee the road
construction pf the State of Oregon.
A committee was at once appointed to
act In thla matter, and the following
were named: Judge O. It. Iilmlck,
Harvey E. Cross. J. E. Hedges and
V. A. Huntley. Thla committee will
draft "the bill and present to the leg
At thlB meeting the subject of a
hotel building was discussed. Many
of the members of the club were en
thusiastic over such an establishment.
A communication was recently re
ceived from The Pallea In regard to
the hotel at that place, which pays a
25 por cent dividend. The money for
this building was rained In a few day
In that city, and Judd Fish, formerly
an Oregon City boyt was at the head
of tie movement. The building la
ono of the finest, hostelerles In the
Plate of Oregon, consisting of IZri
rooirs, steam heat, and la an
ment to any city. Mr. Fish la secre
tary of the Ituslness Men'a Associa
tion of The Dalles.
. NEW BILLS INTRODUCED.
The 8nat Hopper la a Convenient
One to Reach.
SALEM, Or, Jan. 81. (Spl.) The
following hills were Introduced In the
Senate this morning:
Regulating the fees of the sheriff
of Orant county.
Amending lord's Oregon lawa re
lating to division of water districts.
Providing that corDoratbna shall
not be anbject to the Juried Ictlon of
. . . .
state courta nniesa mey re crmuni
under the lawa of the State or have
an actual agency In the State.
. Relating to service of summons. .
, Prohibiting attorneys from becom
ing candidate for Judicial offloea be
fore they have practiced five yeara.
Cared For In a Bill Befort the en
.ate. 8AI.KM, Or.. Jan. 31. (Spl.)
Clackamaa county fishermen were
here today In the Interest or proposed
legislation affecting the Willamette
ocvas Ntw Yarfc WHi
River. Attorneys C. Schuebel and
John Ki Clark, repreaentlng the ang
lers, were before the Senate commit
tee on fisheries last night. M. W.
Trembath and Marry Anne are here
J. N. Wlsner, of Oregon City, waa
here yesterday In consultation with
Master Flah Warden Clanton.
To Receive a Salary of I10O0 Per An
num, Payable Quarterly.
Senator Darrett haa a bill In course
of passage providing for the payment
of salaries of District Attorneys In
the different counties In the Fifth
Judicial district. According to the
bill the District Attorney In thla coun
ty la to receive $1000 per annum.
W. F. Headland and Dena Lulter.
Arthur Wager and Nettle May Huck
R. C. Wallace and Edith Harris.
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT BILL DEAD
SALEM, Or, Jan. 31 (Spl.) The
House thla morning killed the bill pro
viding for the abollahment of capital
punishment. Upon an unfavorable re
port from a committee, the bill wag
TWO YEAR TERMS FOR
PROPOSED LAW TO MORE FULLY
ORGANIZE FOR ROAD
At the general election in 1912 and
every- two years thereafter there shall
ho elected In each road district In this
State a road supervisor who shall be
a resident of said district, and who
shall hold hla office for two years, or
until his successor shall have been
elected and qualified. At such elec
tion every person entitled to vote for
county officers In a given road district
shall be entitled to vote for one road
supervisor, and said officer shall be
nominated and elected under the Gen
eral Election Laws of the State the
Bame as other officers are now nomi
nated and elected. Before entering
upon the discharge of his duties, each
road supervisor shall take an oath to
faithfully discharge the dutlea of his
office. All vacancies In the office of
road supervisor shall be filled for the
remainder of the term by the county
court of the county wherein such va
cancy occurs, at the noxt term thereof
after such court Is advised of the va
cancy. Within the confines of their
respective road districts aald super
vlsora ahall, tinder the direction of
the county court, have and exercise
all the powers and authority now vest
ed In th road master In any county,
In addition to the authority now pre
scribed by law to such supervisors,
and the compensation of said anper
vlHora shall be fixed by the county
courts of tne several counties, ah
acta and parts of acta In conflict here
with are hereby repealed.
Backache and Kid
Cured With '
50o per Box.
Monay Back If Not Relieved.
Praacrlptlona ani Family Receipts
Filled With Pur Drugs.
Quality and Fries Right
CHARH1AN l Co.
City Drug Star.
Next Door to Electric Hotel.
Pactflo Phone IS Horn Fnona 41
RARE OLD COINS
WITH A HISTORY
PICKED UP BY OUR TOWNSMAN,
MR- FRANK BUSCH, WHEN SOU
DIERING A3 A YOUNG MAN.
FATHER HIEIEBRAND'S TRANSLATION
Shows Coin To Be of Ancient Date
Other Relics Picked Up But
Many Long Since
Frank Busch, who la known far and
wide as one of Oregon Clty'a live
business men, came to thla . country
from the German Empire when a
young man. But he waa not so young
but that he had seen service In the
German army as do all young men
who do not emigrate while yet very
The atory told by Mr. Busch con
cerning what he saw as an aide to
his colonel has much to Interest young
men, and especially those of German
descent. Among other things he has
this to aay:
"By the treaty of Berlin, made In
1878, the PowerB authorized Emperor
Francis Joaeph to occupy Bosnia and
Herzegovina, two northern Btatea of
the Ottoman Empire. At that time
insurrection, anarchy and general law
lessness prevailed throughout this
whole territory and the Sick Man of
the BOBphorous waa utterly unable to
restore order. In consequence the old
Emperor sent eight thousand of his
best fighters Into this very little
known country, and they were never
He sent a second army, but this was
sent 80,000 strong and then there was
fighting In earnest.
In this second army was our towns
man, Frank Busch, who waa then a
young man, serving out his military
duty In the First Imperial and Royal
Ingeneut Regiment. To his company
was assigned the work of building
roads and fortifications always in the
front and while serving In this ca
pacity he often found relics that have
a history and value. While excavating
for the purpose of building . fortifica
tions on the River Drlna, In the town
of Ustl Callna, Mr. Busch found a
bunch of old coins . An opening an
old Roman grave which was covered
with a monster black marble stone 4
feet thick and 6 feet wide and 10 feet
long he found a handful of old coins
and ear charms.
One of the coins he haa left and the
inscription, translated by Pev. Father
Htllebrand. reads as foJIowa: Inscrip
tion around head "Imperator Galer
tus Valerius IJclnianus Pontlfox Max
Imus Aug." Abrevlaled Imp. G. vr.
IJclnianus P. F. Aug. Born A. D. 2C3
of peasant parents. Married sister of
Maxlmlnlanus and Constantlne iu.
Waa strangled 323. The Inscription
on the reverse of theoln "Tovl Con
servator!; To Jupitet the Protector.
Other graves were destroyed ry ex
cavating and contained petrified skulls
and bones, fragments of Roman wea
pons and any amount of copper coma
anij household ; utensils were -found.
In one spot ashes and charcoals Indi
cated this to be an ancient Roman -settlement.
The Inscription on all stone worn
was well preserved.
After three years of service in tne
front line Mr. BviBch was. given his
honorable discharge as Sergeant Ma
jorcalled Fcldwebel In German. He
was once slightly wounded on his lefj
shoulder with the butt of a rifle In a
hand to-hand fight In Nov! Bazaar.
When the troops marched into tnia
Ottoman Empire there were no maps
to go by and the troops of which- Mr.
Busch was one had to march in with-
. . , , . .. n.i.r. (ri ,1 II O-
out knowing wnem B n.
or what they were to encounter u
was a leap In the dark, so to speak.
Th. nnntr was not civilized; It was
a wild section all througn. anu ir
engineering corps was always In the
van to prepare the roads for the army
proper. Sometimes the corps was in
the wildest of country, not knowing
what was going to happen next.
As Mr. Busch looks back on his life
at that time he sees how little he and
those with him knew of the possibili
ties of the country. The hills were
full of all kinds of metals but the peo
ple were not permitted to mine them.
The country was in no better condi
tion than now, and today it la one of
the worst governed countries In the
Mr. Busch picked up many curios
at different ttmea in hla career as a
soldier but aa he had no way to care
for them they were soon lost or stolen.
One coin which he retains has more
than ordinary lntereat to those who
gather rare things, and we give here
with an Illustration ahowlng Ita con
dition today. It Is deecrtbed earlier
In this article and lta Inscription
shows It to be very old. It Is only
one of many but jt la on or the best
preserved among those Mr. "Busch has.
Oregon City Fruit and Produoa Union
The director of the Oregon City
Fruit and Produce Union will meet
today at 2 p. m. . Carpenter have
been at work the paat few daya put
ting Into shape the room on Seventh
street for storage purposes for the
Union, and It will prove large enough
for the outset. The directors will
meet at thla time becauae of the fact
that this Is the opening, so to speak,
of the Union and its buslneas. O. E.
Freytag has been chosen manager
and will be In charge of the rooms
when once they are ready for the
business of the Union.- .
WILL DYNAMITE WELL TODAY.
Battery Failed to Explode Dynamite
Monday Laat -
STONE, Or., Jan. 31. (Spl.) The
oil well at Stone, which waa to have
been shot on Monday, did not tear
things to any considerable extent. For
some reason the dynamite did not ex
plode, and those who claim to know
say It waa from lack of battery
strength In the dynamo. The dyna
mite la aald to be In place all. right,
and that there Is plenty for the work
once It goes off, but from lack of bat
tery strength It doesn't go off.
It Is said that things will be In
shape so that the explosion may be
pulled off tomorrow Wednesday.
Many anxious ones will await the an
nouncement whether It be of success
or further failure. Thla la a hitch
that often cornea to people In that
business and those who know are in
no ways disheartened because , there
was no big noise Monday.
CROSS COUNTRY RUN.
Oregon City High School Team Get
ting Into Form.
The track men of the Oregon City
high school will have a cross country
run thla afternoon. The boya are-being
coached by Professor N. W Bow
land, of the East bam grammar school,
and are taking great Interest In com
ing track events.
Clark Is trying out for the distance
event aiui .weights, Andrews for the
distances, Alldredge for sprints. Jumps,
hurdles, weights and distances. Cross,
Sinnott, Dambach, Graves, Kellogg
and Peters for the distances, Sheahan
for the short sprints. Jumps and
hurdles, and Baker, Mlchels and Welsh
for the weights. r
GRAND BALL PLANNED
BY COMMERCIAL CLUB
COMMITTEES CHOSEN AND DATE
SET FOR THURSDAY NIGHT,
FEB. 16, BUSCH HALL.
Arrangements are being made for
the grand ball to be given by the Ore
gon City Commercial Club at the
Busch new hall Thursday night, Feb
ruary 16. The following committees
have been appointed:
Entertainment John Adams, chair
man; E. T. Fields, C. W. Evans, Dri
Clyde Mount and Harry Draper.
Music T. " P. Randall chairman;
Dr. Clyde Mount, E. T Fields.
Printing Dr. U A. Morris, chair
man; Forbes Pratt, Dr. Thomas Fox.
Invitation M. D. Latourette, chair
man; Eber A- Chapman, O. D. Eby,
W. L. Mulvey. Theodore Osmond.
Reception FTank Busch, chairman;
W. A. Huntlev, John Risley, Thomas
F, Ryan, B. T. McBaln. J. U. Camp
bell. Dr. B. A. Bommer, Dr. A. U
Beatle, Dr W. E. Carll, E. J. Daulton.
W. A. Dimlek. U E. Jones, Dr. Hugh
S Mount, William Sheahan.
Floor committer T. P. Randall,
chairman: E. T. Avlson. Walter Wells,
Roy Armstrong, John Lewthwaite, Jr.,
R. I Holman, W. H. Howell, Jr., Dr.
U U. Pickens. A. A. Price. Carl
Sehram, S L Stevens, W. B. Stokes,
E. E. Brodle, Dr. Clyde Mount, Dr.
Thomas Fox. L. Stlpp, Hehry O'Mal
ley. Refreshmenta C. W. Evans.
fl A II? MONT Plant your dollars in Clairmont Acre
mlmm 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 Mala SO At 56
Price's Chop House
If you wont the best, at lowest prices, eat with us.
Our specialty Is satisfaction. !
MUST HAVE THE ROOM FOR NEW PUKCS
a. cTimr.RQ v
7th and Center Stm. '
LABOR MEASURE IS
PASSED IN SENATE
DIMICK'S frHOUR BILL PUT
TROUGH UPPER BRANCH
BOWERMAN LEACER OF 0PP0STTO
Abraham's Attempt to Put Burden On
Shoulders of Labor Commiasloner
la Defeated and Bill Now
Facea Fight In Houae.
SALEM, Or.. Jan. 31. (Staff Cor
respondence.) By a vote of 20 to 6,
with three members absent and one
excused from voting, the Senate thla
morning, after a furious debate lasting
more than an hour, passed Dlmlck'
bill providing that In factories operat
ing 23 hours a day or more employe
shall not be permitted to work more
than eight hours Id a calendar day.
Senator Dlmlck was confident that
the bill would pass the Senate, but
even he waa surprised at the majority
for the measure, as there was consid
erable antagonism manifested, mostly
on the part of Senator Bowerman.
The vote follows:
Yes Abraham. Albee. Calkins, Car
son, Dlmlck, Hawley, Joseph, Kella
her, IBter, Locke, Malarkey, McCol
loch, Merryman, Miller, Nottingham,
Oliver, Parrislr, Patton, Sinnott, Sell
N C. A. Barrett, Bowerman, Bur
gess, Norton, Von der Hellen, Wood
Absent W. N. Barrett, Bean, Hoa
- Excused Chase. ,
The bill came up aa a special order
for. 10:30 o'clock this morning, when
Itanick made a strenuous argument
In favor of Its passage.
"I Intrdoduced this 'bill," he aald,
on behalf of the laboring element of
this state, and at the request of a
great many of the laboring class liv
ing In my district. I live among these
men, associate with them, see them
every day, and I know of the condi
tions that exist. I refer to the condi
tions that exist in the paper and pulp
mllla of Oregon City.
"There never haa been a time la
the history of progressive legtalatlon
where the legislature has attempted -to
regulate the corporation without -encountering
opposition, and the oppo
sition to thla bill cornea principally
from the Willamette Pulp Paper
Co.. which Is worth perhaps 110,000,
000. This concern started In 1889,
with a capital of $250,000, and Ita 14
hour shifts have resulted In Immense
profits. There la something further
In thla measure than mere commer
cialism mixed up In it. Where Is there
a drayman In thla state who would
work his home aa many hour a day
as the Oregon City paper mllla do
their employes? They would be re
ported by the humane aocletlea t the
courts, and yet the representative of
this corporation who have been here
lobbying will stand up and tell you
this bill Is class legislation.
"Last Saturday and Sunday when I
was home I made a peraonal Investi
gation of these conditions and I found
that between 50 and 75 men started
to work at 7 o'clock Sunday morning
and worked through without a break
for 24 hours until 7 o'clock Monday
morning. I could bring a lobby of
1000 men here to substantiate theae
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