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The eniy daily umpnw ka
twee Partland awe) Ml eirea
lata In .every eeetleav of da
ma County, with a aeestiaaioa ef
30.000. Are you an aervertteart
OREGON CITY, OK EO ON, WEDNESDAY, FEHHUAKY 8, 19il.
Feb Week, 10 Cents
Air ' i i
"ato re Dlmick
J but It re
li aim of the
V away the
In a coun
ter met hade
Jthat tl waa
j'lt would not
tona, and In
jd not leava
M their pua
pea. of being
Xa waa taken
tax waa de-
y ll: Friday
I by the Col-
a April at
jajat of mualc
II a Bualnaaa
I oompany at
J! buttar and
jagon City, to
fcity.r It baa
auch an in
St for farmera
jra and Incor
W of the 8o
yattn a are l)r.
Bad Henry I
klatea that tha
aa end may
in. buttar and
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PHYSICIAN UtD FOR DIVORCt.
Dr. William H- Voae and Wife Were
Not Happy Toaether,
Jraale B Voae, wba haaband, WIIU
am 11 Voae, la a Portland phyelnlao,
luntlluled ault in the Circuit Court
yi atarday for a decree of divorce. The
Ill-matched pair were wedded In Cot
umhua, Nb., June 20, 1NUK, and have
wo children, a eon and a dauKhlar,
They were living at Portland July 20,
810 when Mra. Voae left wim n-r
duunLiU-r for a vlKlt with relailvea In
Nw York. While thr, aha aaya
Vona wrote her teillnx ber that ao long
a they ware aeparaled, they had bet
ter rmaln aeparated, but alia did uot
ake hie advice, and returnrd to I'ort-
nnd. Hba found the door of her houae
ticked axalnat her and went to the
achoolhouau, where her eon waa at-
endlnir acbool and ontalnnd th key on
their dwelling from him, and took poa
aeaaloD with ber two children. Mra.
Voaa aaka for lha onatody of the child
ren and $40 a mouth permanent all
mooy for their aupport. Hhe aaya her
uaband earna not leaa tnan fw a
WILL GIVE PROGRAM.
Bethlahe Have Church Parlora Dacor-
atad for Oocaalon.
The Ifthlnha of the Methodlut Kpla-
copal church have arranged for 'the
following programme to be given In
connection with tholr cafeteria aupper.
which will be eerved at the Methoulat
church thla evening, February 8: i
t'horua; aolo, Mini Holla Gray; aolo.
Mlna Kathleen llarrlaon; duet. MUa
Klva Hlanchard and Mla Myrtle Croa-
plano aolo, Mliia Kathleen Ilarrl-
aon, Mlna hid innow, nima Alice
flalley and Mliia Nellie Swafford;
farce, "Courtahlp irnder IMfflcultlea,"
Meeara. Hnoliblrton and Jonea and
The cafeteria haa been arranged In
very unique way and everyone will
be admitted free to llaten to the pro
gram, and the procneda from the cafe
teria aupper will go towarda the lie
Woman of Seattle Vote to Ouat Him
BKATTL.K. Wh, F'eh. 7. (Spl.)
The women of Wanhlngton today vot
ed to recall Mayor Clll. Me waa elect
ed by 3.10a plurality and recalled by
4000, and aa the women have come
nto the ballot between tlmea It la
atural to give credit to the women
for the victory.
Glll'a downfall aeema to be aanoclat-
ed with hla alleglanca to Chief of Po
lice Wappenateln, whoa record haa
not been above reproach for aome
time It waa a victory for the women
of Waahlngton. -
I bill making It a
li-on a bank. In
aa no funda
g our aim to aell
.. . .
'a poaalbla for our
) the fact that the
jllty tha paat two
Vad the axclualva
: ! ri nri r
THE BIGGEST BANK FAfLURE OF ALL
, , , Rogr in New Yerk Hsrel7
110 REPORT MADE
Oil 8-MR M.
PAPER, MILL, MEASURE STILL
HANDS OF COMMITTEE ON
GILL SNOWED UNDER.
Four Houra Saeeion Held and Over
Score of Man Intereated In Pa
par Mill Induatry Talk
on Bill's Merita.
OGLESBY III DEFENSE
OF PRESENT METHODS
ROAD SUPERVISOR SAYS PLAN
TO APPOINT ENGINEER IS
fa .rv.' -'
lain Sa. .
MARKS PRAIRIE. Feb. 6. (Editor
of the Knterprlae.) In - your laat
week'a laaue you proceeded to roaat
the underelgned to a flnlah and lo re
ply will Bay that no dlareapect waa In-
ended tha County Court by Bending
out thone remonatrancea agalnat the
anoolntlna- of a Hoad Engineer aa 90
per cent of tha taapayara regard It aa
a graft pure aad simple. ,. Thla ayatem
waa tried when Dave Klnnard waa tha
road hoaa with about 2& or 40 deputlea
and the result waa that It took about
half the road fund to pay the "bosiiea.
we get lmt enough money aa It la In
tha Road Distrlcta of tbla county with
oat having a "big boaa to alt In hla
office and look wise. We hava a good
County Surveyor who la alwaya ready
to b aent out by tha Court to aet
grade atakea and Instruct the an per
vlaor regarding the work to be done
In grading down hllla and making fills
when auch fMla are to be mane, in
your article you aay the aupervlaora
are onnoaed to a Road Engineer aa It
would interfere with their handling oi
tha County funda. Now, right here
we want to aay that the auperrtaore
are not all graftera or foola... Tbey
are under bonda to perform the duties
of thi office to the beat of their
ability and we believe they are doing
tha very beat they can to make aa good
roada aa they hava money to build
Thla whole Road Boaa bualneaa la a
political game being played by a lot of
polltlclana in Oregon City to effectual-
Ir klllef certain enrwo. wJU oe out
for office atiMIt net ekactlaa nt they
know that If they can make thla go the
men who will be out for omce would
UKt about aa long aa a paper ahlrt In
hoar flsrht.1 tr. -' ." t t i'H'Iii
,Tfce , aaiountUng,.laUlennt oi
Judae Dlmick oomea with very poor
tus at thia tioaa. Why did he not
iak thla aiaiement before election
It abowa one thing or the other ha
waa afraid he would loae votea or ha4
aome pete In a poaltloa that IX would
affect, wa thick, tha determined effort
being mAda hy the Oregon City "Hot
Air" Club, la not conducive of tb beat
result a for tha Improving of our public
roads, especially when one of thai
leadera ' la knowa to be ona of the
greatest ta dodgera In Clackamaa
County. Wa refer your readera to Ut
ters from Mr- O. 8. Yoder appearing
In the Oregon Journal and Oregon City
Coarler- aa, to the atftftdini of tha far
mera of thla Counts oft' tMa matter.
GEO. E. OOLESBY,
BuDervlaor of Road I)lt. No. 23
-r - -? r ; rn
' Entertain t Five Hundred.
Mr. and Mra. Henry Btreblg enter
tained at their homa on Ninth atreet
at Five-Htmdred, Kat night I Mr. and
Mra Fred Matinet . Mr. aad Mra. Whit
tier, Mr. and Mra. Doeta, of Mlnne-
aaoUa Mlaa-. Cala.,aJfcar,...Loul
7.anaia- Mlaa Htrabig, Mr. n Mra, H
M. fievfa gaa Oeorgw n. Maellta.- a
freahmanta were aerved during the
aveolng, and a moat enjoyable time
REGON CITY DELEGATION LOBBIES
SALEM. Feb. 7. (8taff Correa-
nondence.) For over four houra laat
Ight Senator Dlmick a eight hour law
waa under dlacuealon hafore tha eon-
te committee on commerce. Contrary
lo. eapactaUona, lha, committee today
did not make a report. Tha commu
te haa aot held a further m eating aad
reached any conclimlon aa to the re
port that will be made.
The committee meeting laei nigni
waa of a nubile nature. Over a acore
of men associated with and Interested
the DSDer manufacturing bualneaa
at Oregon City appeared before the
committee either for or agalnat the
measure. Repreaentatlvea of trm pa
per mill argued that the enactment oi
bill would operate aiaasirouaiy
ta tha Induatry, while aupportera of
the meaaura urged lta enactment ior
the benefit of tba laboring men.
Amonar thoee appearing before the
committee for the paper mllla were
Franklin T. Griffith. B. T. McHain,
William Sheahan. John Dewthwalte,
George Puaey, 8am Francla, Jamea P.
Lovett. Frank Uonergen ana liu J
, The bill waa defended by C. Mcnue-
tMl. J. W. Moffatt, JudK uoraon n..
Hayes, Ccarlea uveaiy ana
It la expected, however, tnai me
rennrt will be made to me oenaio
u.-otnariav but no lnaicaiion naa
lbed out aa to what report win ne
mita k the commerce committee, u
la understood that tba memoera oi ma
committee are equally divided, two in
favor of the bill and two agalnat u
TMa mlht indicate two reporta
thnurh it la Doaslble that the bill will
be aubmltted to the Senate without re
The aeaalon last eight before tha
eommnrre committee waa a warm one,
Hi.nerlntendent E. J. Daulton, or. me
Crown-Columbia Pulp Paper Co.,
Intimated that "pin-head" politic'""
ere responBlble for the introauciion
of the meaaure. Thla remara waa not
y reaented by Mr. Dlmtca.
WILL TELL THEIR AGES.
Birthday Boxea to Be Given In At
The Saturday Club met at the home
of the Mlesea Edna and Clara Caufleld
Monday evening, and bualneaa of Im
portance waa transacted. It waa de
cided to have a birthday box, and thla
to be brought to the next meeting,
which will be held on the flrat Mon
day In tha month at the home of Mra.
M.- D - Latourettev It la plaaaed - to
have each member, on her birthday,
to place in aa many centa aa her age.
During the evening refreshmenta were
( Those attending were Mra. O. E.
Frpytag, Mra. Richard Freytag. Mra.
E. 8- Follenabee, Mra. Fred Warner,
Rev. and Mra. William Proctor, Mra.
M D- Ijitourette, Mra. C. D. Itour
ette, Mra. Jama Roake, Mra. Don
Jaataa, Mra. - Strickland, Mra. Bert
Roake. Mra. C. Cook. Mra. C. L Zleg
ler, Mra. Hendrle, Mra. Walter Wella,
Mrs. Robert Warner, Mra. C. H. Melaa
ner. Mra. C. H. Caufleld. Mlaa Muriel
Stevena, Mlaa Maude Warner, Mlaa
Mattley, Mlaa Ivy Roake, Mlaaea Edna
and Clara Caufleld.
New Western Union Manager.
N. W. Carr. of Portland, haa been
appointed laaaiaai of tha Oaaaan CUy
office of the waeiern union m-
araph Co.'- Mr.- Carr aoceaeoa tay
Ilarbur, who waa connected wliu tne
company for a number of yeara ana
who resigned a few daya ago.
DIES AT OLD HOME
AFTER SIX "MONTHS
HENRY ELLIGSEN A VICTIM Or
CONSUMPTION WAS SICK BUT
A SHORT TIME.
COUNCIL MUST ACT
NOT DELEGATE POWI
APPOINTMENTS OF THE CITY EN
QINEER NOT LEGAL, REGARD
LESS OF FITNESS.
, At a recent meeting of Council that
body gave the City , Engineer . the
authority to appoint a atreet inapector
for hla department. Since tha paaaing
of tha resolution permitting of the
appointment It haa been called to the
attention of council tnai u ta tie pro
vince to appoint and confirm the ap-
aaintment of all city officials, ana th
there la no province made for Council
to delea-ate lta powera to another.
,', It la pointed out that the City Engl
rer may hire help aa he neada, but
tfcat ha cannot appoint to a position
let any event. Matt Patteraon waa ap-
DOlnted to the poaltlon by tha Engl
aaer, but It la now ahown that the ap
pointment la not legal.
hi There are no objections to tha man
pointed, ao far aa can be learned
aim ply that Council. In an effort to
hava thlnga move along smoothly an
with the reaproialblllty on tha ahoul
dara of tha engineer, attempted if
deles-ate lta powera to another, which
It not permissible.
The following are thoaa who have
nva-tatered at the Electric Hotel:
1U Vlck, Molalla; F. E. Johnaton, B
tgyman. J. E. Mumpower, P. U Col
man, Canby; A. Johnaon, Ban Fran
AT STONE Wfli
WELL IS SUCCESSFULLY SHOT ON
MONDAY,' A HEAVY CHARGE OF
DYNAMITE BEING USED.
. m rrn '" 1
oi ran rrsaf to surface
Prsssure Must Be Very Great to Push
It Up Throagn 160 Feat
of Sand and
t- At 10 o clocc -juesaay morning, i
ala fataera boms- in Stafford. 1 usury
Elllgaon gave up thla life and entered
Into, the unknown beyond. . He . had
haen tick for the. past six monthe and
death waa not unannounced., i Ha waa
a. victim. of conatimpt lorn, and at hia
death waa 26 years of age. The run
eral will be held Wednesday, at the
family home in Stafford, with burial
In the German Reformed cemetery at
Stafford. - " i i
Henry Elllgsen waa the son of Fred
erick Elllgsen and waa a alngle man
He leavea to taonm hla Jota a father,
h rot her Albert and rm outer
Mra. Lna Seeley, Mra. Ella Petera and
Mlaa Roaa EUIgnaU' of - tarronl
except Mra 6eley. of Woodburn.
Henry Elllgaen waa a farmer ana
had alwaya lived at the family nome
near-Stafford.. He waa a maaaber l
the N. B. Jt. at .Wllaonvllla, and nirm-
bera of that order will attend ata run
neral In a body. He waa also a mem
ber of Tualatin Grange No. 111.
Mr. Elllgaen had been alck roe aix
moatha. t Hla flrat lUneaa .aaa a at
tack of tvnhold fever which developed
Into conaomptlon later.' The -funeral
in he held todav at 11 a. m., wnn
Rev. Kirantermaa of ficlaiinc. . .
There it Joy In 8tone over tba new
proapecta In connection with tha Indi-
catkxia that tha laat few houra. have
brought to the surface In and around
the oil well being; drilled In at 'bat
place. Aa waa told tn the rolumna of
the Enterprise the first of the week.
the well waa shot on Monday. An at
tempt waa made to shoot the well laat
weak., and all poealble precautions
were taken to make tba shooting a
aucceaa, but for aome cause there waa
no explosion when the current waa
The well la down 850 feet But the
oil bearing Band la aome 150 feet near
er the surface and It waa here tha;
the charge of giant powder waa placed
to do lta work. But when there was
no explosion, and the well waa aa yet
stubborn In Its yielding up of lta oily
aubstance, an expert who makea the
powder waa brought here and. asked
to aay why it had not exploded. -
Aa a result of the investigation tha
work waa begun over again ana a
charge oT dynamite put lnio the well
on top of the powder. Thla aecond
charge waa aet off Monday and tore
thlnga looaa. Aa a reault of the aec
ond attempt the well waa ahot auc-
cessfully. using a large charge of Her-
eulea dynamite powder. The explo
aion tore loose a large amount of de-
hrls. and since that time workmen
have been bnay cleaning out the well
but have not got aa far down aa the
oil bearing aand. But regardleaa of
this fact there Is a good showing of
oil, rich black oil coming up In and
on the bucket and being mixed wim
the broken aand and atone that la be
ing taken from tbe well while the work
of cleanlnr la In nrogresa. .
Those who own the well are very
modeat . Jn . claima . nuuU ,coacerlag
what the well ta doing and la likely
to do. . People who. live to, that eoaa-
munlty. and who are deeply Intereated
In the auccesa of the undertaking,
have aome very Interesting atoriea of
what the well la doing. They are car
tain that the well la to be a good one.
and thev make strong atatementa aa
to what la being brought up on the
bucket and mixed In through the aand
that Is taken from the well In clean
lm it out. . i
As soon aa the well can be cleaned
an effort will be made to pump it and
then the company can aay definitely
lust what the well shows, l ne pro-
pecta now Indicate thai mere ia cob-
alderable oil at the point to which tne
drill haa penetrated and It will be but
a few daya until thla suspicion can be
confirmed or disproved.
We understand that In caae there ia
not a aufflclent flow of oil when the
well is cleaned that the company wtu
at once atart the drill again am: go
enough lower to aecure oil or to aatia-
fv themselvea that oil In a paying
nuantltv doea not exist.
The fact that the on ia iorciug i
way througn mia idu iwi ui
aand and debrla, whicn must lane-
great pressure, gives crcJonce to tne
hellef that there la considerable prea-
sure of oil. or gaa. and makea membera
of the company aniloua to see me
well cleaned of loose materiaia, ana
in case the oil flow la not now of auf
flclent quantity to be proruaoie 10
then atart the drill aownwara aniu
with all apeed.
KNIGHTS WILL MEET.
Local Membera to Assist In Installing
Order for Sell wood.
Tbe Knights of King Arthur of thla
city will . meet , at tbe Presbyterian
church Friday night, when four can
didates will be brought here by Rev.
F- Ilowen, of Sellwood, formerly
pastor of St. Paul'a Episcopal church
of thla city, and these will be Initiated
nta tbe luysterlea of the society.
Mr. Howen la organizing a society
n Sellwood and la bringing a few Of
bla boys here to Initiate them Into the
mysteries of the order that they may
assist him In starting the order off
there without too much work for hlui-
elf personally. The boys who come
here will be the charter membera of
the new society at Sellwood.
The club of tbla city now numbers
20 membera, and all take an active
part In the meetlngathat are held.
At the recent banquet held at the
Preabyterlan church a moat enjoyable
time waa had, and the ladiea who had
tharg of the aupper were mothers
of the boys and were: Mra. Angua
Matheaon, Mra. Edward 8tory, Mra.
J. K. Morris, Mra. C. Wi Friedrtch,
Mra. Georga C.-BrowaelL Mra. George
Ely; Mra. W. J. Wilson,. Mra. E. 13.
Andrewa. Mrs. W. C. Green.
Backache afiJ Kid
50o par Box.
Money Back If Not Relieved.
Preecrlptlone and Family Receipt
Filled With Pure Drugs.
Quality aad Prlcea Right
CHARMAN Cl Co
City Drug Stare.
Next Door to Ileclrlc Hotel.
Paetfte ptaaax II ' Hoaaa Phone 4
HAS UNANIMOUS VOTE
APPROPRIATION BILL IS PASSED
IN SENATE AND MAY SOON
GO TO GOVERNOR.
E ASKS f0!l
WRIT OF REIVE
FAMOUS FIGHT FOR DEAD MAN'S
GOLD IS TAKEN INTO CIR
DATE Of HfAJtKG SET FOR MARCH (
Portland Attorney Appointed By Gov
ernor West to Start Escheat
Proceedings on Behalf
of the 8Ute.
LINCOLN DAY MEETING
SHIVELY OPERA HOUSE
JUDGE McGINN AND ATTORNEY
HAYES HAVE CON8ENTED TO .
8PEAK ON THAT OCCASION
The Lincoln Day meeting In 8hlvely
opera bouse la being looked forward to
with much of Interest. Arrangememe
have been made for a moat acceptable
occasion on that date and the speak
ers, having signified a wllllngneaa to
appear and talk, the following program
haa been arranged for the afternoon
of Sunday. . - , '
The speaker of the afternoon, Judge
Henry E McGinn, of Portland, la too
well known to need recommendatlona
from ue. Attorney Hayea. to he the
local speaker for the oocaalon. ia well
known both at home and abroad. The
musicians have often been heard and
are favoritea In Oregon City. Taking
the proposition aa a whole It haa been
a long time alnce ao much waa prom
ised and ao little aaked In return.
Every citizen who can ahould be prea
ent at the meeting Sunday afternoon.
Prayer . . . v. . .Rev. Wm. M. Proctor.
Gloria- . B.i7.7.l-Pecc!a
Mra Niota Barlow Lawrence.
Addreaa ......Hon. Henry E. McGinn
The Ijord Ia My Shepherd." Koachat
. Gladstone Quartette
Mmari. Hollowell. Mulkey. Homer
Hollowell and Gault
Addreaa . j ......... Hon. G. E. Hayea
fiood Old U. S. A."
Another chapter In tbe caae of the
estate of F. A. Williamson waa opened
Tueaday whan Frank Hesse, a Port-
land attorney, filed a motion for a writ
of review in the decision of County
Judge Iieatie, who, several weeks ago,
ordered the money belonging to the
estate turned over to Mra Effle B. ,
Robtnaon,; the ' administrator. It la
contended by Mra. Roblnaon that the
man whoae body waa found about '
three yeara ago In tbe wooda near Oa-
wego waa her father, and that hla
name waa Williamson. Mr. Hesse pro
duced a client named Bernhardt Halst
who claimed the dead man waa a rela
tive, Christian Halst by name. There
waa $660 In gold In tbe pockets of
Williamson or Halst, but Mra. Robln
aon, through Attorney J. H. Hltchlnga,
beat lit' axe, to it The caae waa in ina
county court for more than two yeara
and Judge Dlmick finally decided that
neither claimant waa entitled to tne
money and revoked the lettera of ad
ministration Issued to Mrs. Roblnaon.
The case . was . taken to the circuit
Court on a writ of review and Judge
Dimlck waa sustained. '
Soon after "Judge Be tie assumed
hla office, he aet aside the declBion of
Judge Dlmick. on the ground that tbe
statute had not been eoaaplled with -
and ordered the money, a balance of
I52t,30. turned over to Mra. Rokln-
aon. ..Whereupon Heaae obtained a
apecial appointment from . Governor
Oswald . West to . start, suit ror . tne
escheatment of. the money to the state-
Hease filed the nepers Tuesday ana
Judge Campbell has aet March S aa
the date of the hearing. County
Clerk Mulvey, Mra. Roblnaon and Fred
Hargreaves. administrator of tne es
tate of Bernhardt Halst. now deceased,
are made defendants to the ault. the
county clerk having custody of the
recorda In the entire caae.- .".'.""
, .The efforta , of Attorney Heaae to
prevent Mra, Robinson from enjoying
possession of the money will he bitten
ly reaisteay Attorneys Hltchlnga and
Gilbert U Hedgea, of thia elty.
TRIP TO HONOLULU
Be Subject of Mrs. Dye'e Talk
Mrs. Eva Emery , Dye will give a
personal description of ber trip to
the Hawaiian Islands at the meeting
of the Womena Crnb at the Commer
cial ClJb parlora Tburaday afternoon.
Mra. A. A. Prloe will alng a aolo. and
Mlaa Uuine Huntley will give a piano
aolo. after which Mra. Ernest P. Rands
will rive a talk on Current Toplca.
The nrcrramme hi In charge of Mra.
W. A. Shewman, and the business1 aea
alon In charge of the president, Mra.
J. Wl Norria. . . ,
For the Hook and Ladder Ball Planned
- - -for February 23. -..
Tbe Columbia Hook Ladder Coav
pany la making arrangementa for tha
grand ball to be given at Buach'a hall
Wednesday evening. February tt.
The committee having the affair in
charge conalata of Joseph Beanllaa),
Thomas Trembath.. Henry, Hennlas
aen, and the floor committee la com- ,
posed of Henry Hennlngsen, C. E.
Burns, Jr.. C. W. Pope. J. Daren port,
William Mulvey and W. 8ym.ee.
i., .i .
Bride-aroom Makea Three Laapa...
County Clerk Mulvey on Tuesday la
aued a marriage license to J. G. Alpln
and Marie PalmenL The prospective
groom ia a resident of Marlon Caatnty.
obtained bis license hi Clackamas and
la to be married In Multnomah. . .. .
O , itiit : !, t . a
t f I A It) MONT Plant your dollars in Clairmont Acre-
LLrtlM'lUU I ' . R . Ron.
With all of the convenience of the city and pleasure.
of the. country, it is the most. Ideal place fqr hjQine. ;
o The present low price of the' land will remunerate the
J purchaser two or three times in a short time. n ,,
o The best, soil that lays out doors. Small payment
down $10.00 per month. ( . 'y - j
t W: F. SfiHOOLEY & CO. ,
? Or.gSiCtty.Oi. BOTH PHONfe MatoAOAl
SALEM. Or.. Feb. 7. (Staff Corree-
nte 1-Th Mclxmghlin noma
bill of Senator Dlmick carrying with U
an appropriation of $1250 passed the
Senate yesterday without a oiaaenimg
vot dimllcatlng the performance of
two years ago, when exactly the aam
thing occurred in tne upper ui
of the state legislature.
The measure haa gone mio in.
House, where it la expect ni .i
receive favorable consideration and
will pasa without amendment ana aw
to Governor West for hla algnatur
T-v...-. vi nredeceasor In office
Governor Chamberlain, vetoed the hill
It la known that tJovernor wem m
heartily In favor of the atate recogn'
Ing the aervlcea or it. jonn mcijuru
iin t the earlv Oregon emlgranta.
The bill provldea that the appmpria,
tlon shall be used to aaslat In the ra-
atoratton of the Tilatorlc MCLougnnu
home at Oregon City.
WANTS AMOUNT CUT.
Jonaa Only Wanta S2B,000 to Go to
8AIJCM. Or., Feb. 7 (Spl.) Whef,
the bill carrying $50,000 appropriation
for Aatoria waa called In the Hotted
today Represehtatlve Jonea, of Clack
amaa, ralaed an objection te the
amount and aaked to hare It cut la
two. After a hard fight tha Aatorlan
won and the $S0.0A waa retained.
Head tha afornlae
The Last Day of the Big Salte
1 Uljr'U'lJllv a
Anything In The Funutere Line
tin be iwad' ktliia.iioie.oa tk
Street; Bctvrccn' Fifth and Smb. A
Remitabt the lasi day of ffia Sole li
i , .