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Th only dilljr mwiiok ft-
tween Portland anal Salem; elraae-
lata In every eaotlo of Claekat
mti County, with a population of
30,000, Are you an advertleerf
VOl 1-No. 31
OREGON CITY, OREGON, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1911.
Per Week, 10 Cents
r,h.orlpUont for tho Morning
.rorlM will b. received for
".' 7 limited tlmo .t apeol.l
Sendm your ordor tod.
,n,lll.l low prloo.
HOUSE WILL PASS
GILL BILL MONDAY
... n. MANY WHO HAVE
.tlBN WATCHING ROAD LEQIS
" LATION MANIPULATION.
SfCHL COMMITTEE TO REVISE
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tt Round In tho
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Voum iiy i' ,on nd n'rd tu'
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Uruln provl.lona In tho GUI bill thai
r unlnlallon would have ben
f7: .,,,ii.h.-(i JuaL-rUr to adJourn4le
aunt tbo ''HI waa referred to a
Wonturila amendment and reort
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tell, and 11 w"
a' Monday. . t
When lh iin '" ,r" rvu mt
I . If nriiV idodn that tha ballot
..j .ii..niiiiM the road a to bo lm-
Coved. tht '!" Ilnr ' beginning
Lid ending annum aii-u. n w.
tired theae provmiona wuuiu iuwii-
wrinkling and eb-angoa were
n'klta tnanV nf tho obloctlonabln
Viiurri have been removed from tho
UJ1elltlnti now in nauu. u la nui
LTu.1 iha rarmlna element will ever
Ike kindly th" leglalatlon that
hemi Hly to ! - J-
i .-A c.rhanaa Bill Paaaoa.
..Liinv;,'.-rrvM ii'oh 11 Tha Ran.
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P lllJ Jf- '
Hhortilnn tho fxchanita of public
Dili althln rorlamatlon iirojwta for
ndi n prlvaiw ownorahlp under tha
m prujwt. when rruqlrod by tho
varnmrnt In connection with tha
kiitlrurtlon or irnnaiinn worn, inn
kuia aim paHrd tha Ilourna bill
kwtiri lha roriHiruciion I a nrai-
hu full poarrnl IKtni vaari lor inn
Hon nr uxiora jirri, on v
Stnalora and Praaidant tha Ton
of Taddy' Addraaa.
IRANI) RATIKS. Mich., Kcb. 11.
.i i l'k&.uli.rA UaimuvaII fam nut
Mloolrd for tha flection of Snalora
I r.rl inla nf ttia naollld In a f Jit-
In Pay addraat hrra today. Ha
I'm l.'ia prrarat aritara or cnooama
niurni a a railc or oiaon nmn,
kuld b rolritaiail to tho paat.
Hit It Plain Ho Bollovoa Paopl
IPRtNOnEU). 111.. b. 11. (8pl.)
jn ipMK-h to tha Illlnola lenlalatura
lar PrMldi-nt Taft took advanced
(nil oa th" aubject of raclnrtK-lty
CU aarnml tha lander or tne if
linn ivartv aa In what mlaht lia
ktctrd In caaa there waa continued
koaltlon to him and what ha be
trad wia tha liberal acntlment of
ELDER ROTHSCHILD DEAD.
VlKNNA, reb. 10. Itaron Albert B.
Rotbtrhlld, hoad of tha Auatrtan
nrh nf ihn itnihachlld hniiaa. died
fr. He tu bom In 1843.
CALF SOLD FOR $10,000.
klWCKTON. Maaa.. Feb. 11. Hanlol
nt yeaterday announced tha
or nit 7 week" old royal purple
calf to W. H. Miner, of Chlcaao.
parchiae being 110.000, tha bUh-
n M aid, ever paid for young
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Commemorate Forty-Eighth Annl-
hu of ryihlai will be obaerved
Idneeday evening at tha Woodmen
nq me committee in charge or
affair ll ronmnnnrt nf nr nanrare
m Elmer Lanklm and Mr. Miller,
f Mrly part of the evening will be
to i literary and musical pro-
K nd thl will Ia fnllnwen hv a
wiirt and nipper. Among tha apeak-
hk-k nR wl1' llon- '
e've Been Discovered
N flrat . m.rch.ndla. at eeo-
V a?l,!,t0 k,,P doing It whan-
K hi r. PP' -tora in
: v..J.,?B,.of I""11 em In and
or0in w are offer
Wot Like Othera .
h ond Main tia.
CAR RUNS AWAY.
Croaalng Hawthorne Brldg, Portland,
at a Mad Pace.
I'OKTIANU, Or., Feb. 11 (Bpl.)
A car on tha Madlaon at real line In
Portland became unmanageable at
rirnt etreet and ran away, In It wild
flight runnlug aoroaa Hawthorne
bridge, craahlng through the croaalng
te at Kt Water atreet, killing one
man and aerloualy Injuring five other.
The air brake would not work and
whn once the cur waa under way tha
men In charge aeeined powerleaa to
atop It. Tha car waa filled with pa
atoignra and UJn a wonder no mora
PER CAPITA WEALTH S34.43.
WASHINUTON. Feb. 11. Tho per
capita wealth of the United Htutea
aa baaed upon tha new cenaua flgurea
I f 34 43. Under tba cenaua of I9u0
It waa computed by the Treaaury De
partment aa 135.15. According to the
lateat eatlmate, tha total amoupt of
money now In circulation la 13,211,550,
475, aa agalnat $3,125,587,720 a year
4492 MILES OVER SEA.
HAN rilANClSCO. Feb. 11. It la
claimed that a world'a record for wlre-
aa coinmuuUtaihm botwwea-ahta-eHd
ahora waa made yeaterday when a
meaaage waa received at a local at
tlon from the iteamahlp Korea, 4492
mile away. -
LATE WIRE NEWS.
The Unlverally of Oregon la to get
fT.00.000 If the lloiiae haa Ita way.
.-UNika aa If tha llotiae will vote an
additional judge for Multnomah coun
The Senate haa promlaed It la aald
not tu repeal any menaurea paaaed
by the people at recent electlona, and
ao bllla of that character aem to be
a waale of time.
The Houae haa added Ita two mem
ber to the committee to Investigate
the State Dairy and Food Commlaalon-
Loka aa If Increaaed aalary meaa-
urea over the Btate were unpopular
with thla legtalature.
8-HOUR LAW PASSES
SENATE INTO HOUSE
WILL BE FOUGHT STEP BY STEP
IN ITS PROGRESS THROUGH
-V LOWER HOUSE.
BALKM. Or.. Feb. 11. (Spl.) Aa
a laat parting ahot to the 8 hour.bUl
an 'alteniit ' waa made to once again
reconalder It, thua aendlng It to the
bourne from which none ever return
until they, rft leaat, are again rejuven
ated. Tna attempt waa a failure, but
the move took up a conalderabte time
of the Senate and becauaa of It the
memNira were kept In their placea un
til 7 o'clock.
Now the bill I up to tha Houae for
final hearing. Doth aldca are making
clalma, but It look a aa If tha affirm
ative waa making the moat nolae that
look Ilka a aucceaafu! paaaage. At
the aame time It I not to be allowed
to drag ttalf along without opposition,
and the opposition believe they may
be able to wear out ita friend. Dlmlck
hlmaelf feel that he haa a chance for
more than an even break.
THEY MAKES TROUBLE
FOR SCHOOL TEACHER
CHARGES PREFERRED BY PUPIL
BUT ON EXAMINATION THEY
ARE QUICKLY DISMISSED.
r v niake. who reside at Park-
place, and whoae daughter, who I
about 10 yeara of ago, preferred chirg-
a agalnat one OI toe lencnera, mine
Ida Mack, who ha charge of tho
rnnrih and fifth erode, atatlng In hi
charge that ahe waa unfit for a teach
er aha had told her DUIllla Dot to
tell their parent of anything that
happened achool. It eoeme inai mo
vt.un daushter of Mr. nlake had told
her parcnta thla upon returning from
achool one day before Uhriaimaa, ana
ih mrnnli hecomlnr ansrr. brought
the alMive charge agalnat tha teacher.
Mia Mack, alnce coming to Far
nin haa made many friend, both
among the pupil of the achoola and
the children a parenia, ana ene wa
MirnrUnit nonti hearing of the charge,
and aecured Attorney George C.
Drownell to act aa her attorney, oai
....i... .ii.mnnn at the ParkDiace
achool houae lllake appoared to tell
hi veralon of the atory, ana Aiioruej
drownell waa on hand to reprfiont
the teacher. Some of the pupil of
theVa.de of which Mlaa Mack la teach
ing, were brought before Mr. urownen
and Mr. Dlaka. but the children were
not aware of the teacher advising her
pupil of auch an act aa to not miorm
k.i niunli nf anvthlnr that ever
happoned at achool. The case ' was
u riliLn and fumllv came to Park-
mi. - -
place about one year ago. Thla I
Miss Mack'a rirst year, ana ane n
i., antiafnctlon as teacher. The
Parkplace chool haa an excellent
corpe of teachera, and thla la the nrj
complaint that rm neen e...rB..
A truant orricer recenny vinu
u . w. mnA un make to ascer
tain the reason why their daughter
waa not attendlnf achool, ana ne i
advised that ahe waa receiving Inatr'ie
tlon from a private Instructor and
that U waa not neceasary for her to
attend tha Parkplace achool.
r MARRIAGE LICENSES.
' Licenaea to marry ware granted
Saturday to Mra.- B. A. Hallay and J.
W. lmg. and Margie J. Tledeman and
THE PIED PIPER
Nawa Item, Peatal aaving bank
I territory in the United States. i
O. W. P: RY. JUICE
INSPIRES OLD NAGS
YOUNG ONES, TOO, LOOK UP AND
TAKE A RUN WHEN THEY
FEEL ITS INFLUENCE.
Main atreet waa the acene of a live
ly runaway Saturday afternoon and
several persona had a narrow call for
a serious accident through It Cleorge
HaU'a team waa being exerclaed by his
stable boy to take the kinks out of
the horses' leg. The team waa driven
across Seventh street bridge and about
a considerable when the horses were
brought back, to Main street. When
near the pootofflce one of the horse
tepfied on the O. W. P. tracka In a
manner that made a ground connec
tion when the horse affected went up
Into the air quickly.
When the horse came down It waa
aatrlde the tongue of the buggy. This
scared and Irritated the horse ao that
It began to kick and run and Boon the
mate waa aa excited a the horse that
received the electric "Inspiration,"
The tongue waa aoon broken and the
team Btarted to run down Main. At
gavttnlh elre-4-h tm -turnd to
wards the river and the driver tumbled
out aaid he didn't care to rid any
more; that he was tired of riding,
Well, the team went under the Sev
enth atreet bridge, collided with the
frame upport to the bridge and about
finished the buggy. The team was
then captured by the onlookera and
tied to the bridge to await the owner.
The horsea were not Injured but the
buggy will need extensive repalra.
The driver aaya the water he could
aee It In the dlatanre aa the team
turned the corner looked cold, and
he doean't care much about awtmmlng
It aeema there have been a number
of horses that have received shocks
thla winter on Upper Main, and there
Bovms to be a place where the ground
connection "ralsea the aplrita" of the
animals before one can have time to
calculate a to what doea really ail
the dancing animal. So far thla I
the flrat team that has made a get
away. WANTS 15-CENT FARE.
Ca Agalnat O. W. P. Will Be Hard
m.,i n iiirhann a member of the
atate railroad commission, waa in the
city Saturday and haa arrangea ror a
nui.iin haarina- at the Court House In
the suit of M. E. Dunn va. The Port
land Railway Light tt Power Co The
case haa been eet for Washington'
birthday, February ZZ, ana tnia is bibo
Commissioner Altchson'a birthday.
Mr. Dunn aeeka to have the fare be
tween Portland and Oregon City re
duced from 25 to IS centa.
ASTORIA GETS $80,000.
SALEM, Or., Feb. 11. (Spl.) Tha
bill giving Astoria $50,000 for the cen
tcnnlal celebration Jaa passed and
been elgned by the Oovernor. fly the
terma of the bill Astoria must raise
PLANNED FOR FEB. 21
LONG LIST OF 8PEAKER8 ON THE
PROGRAM WITH GOOD MU
SIC FOR THE OCCASION.
The Aid Society of the Christian
church of Gladstone waa entertained
Thursday afternoon by Mra. A. It.
Mulkey, at which time the afternoon
was apent In needlework and planning
for the patriotic banquet that will be
given in the Gladstone hall on Tuea
day evening. Februa-y 21. The ban
quet, which will commence at 7
o'clock, will include chicken pie. for
which the women of Gladstone are
The toastmaater of the evening will
be C. A. Williams. Among those wo
are to respond to toasta are Rev. A
II. Mulkey, O. K. Freytag. Rev. Kerr
Nf Portland, Judce Cavanaugh, of
Portland, Rer. CharVe Robinson, of
Oregon City, and othera.
Mra. Nleta Harlow Lawrence win
render a vocal selection, and the Pas
time Quartet, eompoaed of Garland
Hollowell, first tenor; John Mulkey,
second tenor; Homer Hollowell, first
baas, and Victor Oault, eeoond baae.
will render aeveral selections. The O,
A. R. drum cor pa will alao be preaent
UP TO DATE.
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have been pDened in. ovary atate amd
Morria In Spoken Spokeaman-Review.
and an orchestra will play during the
The committee on decoration 1
compoaed of Mra. Hendricks, Mrs. T.
K. Oault, Mr. Ralph McCietcnle, Mra.
William Goodwin; aupper, Mra. L A.
Head, Mra. P, O. Wells, Mrs. O. E.
Freytag. Mra. W. T. Schooley, Mra.
Charles Forschner. '
Played By the Ladiea Saturday for
Mra. L. L. Ptckena was the hoatesa
of a military bridge party at her home
da tha West Side Saturday afternoon.
The piizea were won by Mrs. Hugh
8. Mount, Mr. J. P. Keating, of Port:
land, Mra. M. D. Latourette and Mr.
Allan Ellsworth, of Portland. The
prlzea were ferna and Caroline Testout
roue In brass jardlniera.
Refreshments were served and the
hoatesa waa assisted by her nlocee,
the Mlssea Irene and Alice Moore and
her daughter, Mamie. About forty
guests were present, ' , -
FIRST WHITE CHILD
BORN III OREGON CITY
SIDNEY D. RICHARDSON DIES AF
TER ILLNESS LASTING SIX
WEEKS FUNERAL MONDAY.
Death came to Sidney Daniel Rich
ard aon at an early hour Saturday
morning, and after an lllnesa of six
weeks. He was 87 yeara of age the
day before be died, being- born on
February 11, 1844. His death waa
caused by dropay. . -.
Sidney Richardson ia aald to have
been the first white child ever born
In Oregon City. He had alwaya lived
here and waa well known to the old
inhabltanta. He had been aick for aix
montha and his death waa not unex
pected. He lived at the home of hla
sister, Mra. Theo. Clark, at the corner
of Sixth and Monroe street, and he
had lived there for yeara.
Funeial will be from the. home of
Mra. Ciark on Monday, at 2 p. m.,
with hurlal In Mountain View ceme
tery. Servicea at tfre cemetery.
Mr. 'Clark waa not a man of lofty
ambitions and while he had been a
realdent of thla city all hla life, and
had aeon the city grow from ita early
Inception, he had not been ambitioua
to acquire wealth and left but little of
this world'a goods.
A QUIET WEDDING.
Young People Married on Saturday
Afternoon by Rev. Vogt.
A quiet wedding was consummated
at the home of friend on Fifth street
Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock at
which time Rev. Vogt, of Reaver
Creek, performed the ceremony mak
ing Charlea A. Stelner and Miss Marie
Hollmann man and wife.
The groom's best man waa George
Holman and the bridesmaid waa Mlsa
Sophia Ttohlander. The bride wore a
cream Panama dreaa and carried a
boquet of white carnationa while the
attendant maid carried pink carna
Proscriptlona and Family Recelpta
Filled With Pure Drugs.
Quality and Pricoa Right
CHARHAN Cl Co.
CRy Brag Star. ...
Naxt Door to Bleetrie Hotel.
Paorfle FWae It Hem Phoae 41
WHOSE THE FAULT
CONTRACT BEING FOUND SHOWS
THAT COUNCIL DID CONTRACT
' FOR NARROW STREET.
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KUST EE WDEKED OR RIP-RAPPED
If Street la Widenad Now City Muat
Foot BUI and Property Hold
er Eacapee the Bur
den. At the meeting of Council Wednes
day evening, when the question of the
poor conatruction of Eleventh atreet
waa up for discussion, the question as
to who was rettpomtlble for the narrow
portion of the atreet waa asked. It
aeema that a portion of the atreet la
48 feet wide, while It should have been.
CO. In consequence the sidewalk, drops
down aa the dirt supporting It washes
away, and the work of raising it back
up must be done over again. Had the
atreet been made a few feet wider
than - the etreet - proper - no - trouble
would be experienced now with sink
ing walks from the street washing
But tha trouble ia that the atreet u
but 48 feet wide and It look aa if it
never would be right until the city
If done now the city must foot the
bill and not the property holder com
pletes the Improvement and makea
the atreet It full width.
Tbia led to one or two Councilmen
asking aa to whose fault it waa the
street waa not made wide enough at
the atart. The reply waa made that
It waa the abutting property holder'a
fault In that they came in and insisted
that Council make, the contract accord
ing o the englneer'B apeclflcationa.
Then It wad claimed, too, that the con
tract waa not to be found ao that no
one could be certain that the atreet
waa made according, to plana and
Saturday morning the contract was
fcyind and Councilman Burke looked
it over to satisfy himself aa to who
waa at fault. He found that the con
tract waa for a 48 foot atrip at certain
placea.' and theae are the placea giv
ing trouble. He further found that
Council entered Into the contract and
waa In fact responsible for the present
wUilh tit the atr L
Councilmen receive "no pay 'for
work done for the city. In conse
quence these men find it necessary
to apend part of their time earning a
living for themselvea and can't give
their time all to the city. Council, re
lying on the City Engineer for what
waa right did. evidently, go ahead and
make a contract for a street that la
too narrow. The people did 'clamor
for a quick beginning on the Improve
ment because they wished It completed
before winter should set lo. Through
all these Irona being In the fire cer
tain of them seem to have been
burned, and naturally the public la
forced to settle. And it la a hard
matter to aay who, under the circum
atancea, ia really to be blamed.
It ia certain that the atreet aa It
now atands ia a bad piece of business.
Either the atreet muat be widened out,
the contractor and 'engineer aay, or
It must be-rip-rapped if tt ia to Btand,
The ralna of winter are playing havoc
with the walk because of the Insta
bility of the street and things are
One thing Is certain, present Coun
cilmen are learning aa to what can
and what cannot be done. The pro
perty holders are dissatisfied with the
work but find no way to remedy me
evil except In widening of the street
or putting atone on the fill.
The present Engineer promise that
nothing like it shall occur In the fu
ture. The city must complete the
work for it la the duty of the corpora
tion to keep up the atreeta once they
have been accepted from the contrac
tor. The work haa been accepted,
and ao far It aeema that the contrac
tors have done aa they agreed but
that the city did not have enough
agreed to. Now that the contract ia
found there la likely to be a warm
discussion at the next meeting of
Bible Clae Meete With tha Teacher,
Mra. Grant Old.
The member of the "Willing Work
era" Bible Clasa of the Christian
church of Gladstone held their first
business and social meeting of the
year, 1911, Friday evening, at the
home of their teacher, Mrs. Grant
Olds. After the business of the meet
ing, dainty refreshmenta were served,
which were followed by playing games
until a late hour.
Mabel Sladen, Gladys Wyman, and
Mildred Denlaon wer appointed aa a
committee to provide refreshments
for the next meeting. Those present
were Mra. Grint Olds, Haael Mulkey,
Mildred Denlson, Muriel Davis, Evelyn
Gay, Delia Miller, Ruth Mendenhall,
Haxel Steadman, Mildred Denlson.
Rush Mendenhall, Hugh Olda and
. . Sent to Insane Asylum.
Upon complaint of Noah Chrlstner,
Judge nestle Saturday afternoon com
mitted John Barton to the Insane asy
lum. The examination waa conducted
by Dr. Hugh S. Mount Barton is a
native of Norway, 67 yeara of ane.
He waa struck on the head 18 years
ago and ha not been of ound mind
since that time.
Diphtheria at . Oladaton.
Mra. William Emery and aon, of
Gladatone, are very 111 with an attack
of diphtheria. Tha family haa been
placed under quarantine, and there la
no immediate danger of the epreed of
Read tha Morning Bnterpriae.
SPECIAL SALE OF
SAVE MONEY BY. BUYING NOW
Beglnlng today we are offering our entire stock of Ladiea' and Gents'
fine Umbrella at 4 off from regular price. Every Umbrella guar
anteed tn wear and give complete aatisfactlon If not good we will
make It good.
Regolar $ 1 .00 Umbrellas now $ .75
Regular $1.50 Umbrellas now J.J5
Regular $2.50 Umbrellas now . , t .75
Regular $3.50 Umbrellas now 2.65
Regular $5.00 Umbrellas now 3.75
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY OF THESE GOOD8.
Btif meister & Andresen
OREGON CITY JEWELERS -:- SUSPENSION BRIDGE ' CORNER.
PETITION IS DBilED
BY THE COUNTY GOURT
W, H. MUMPOWER 8TILL HOLDS
POSITION OF ROAD SUPERVIS
OR IN DISTRICT NO. 48.
The County Court room at the Court
House waa crowded Saturday with
people from Road District No. 4C, all
eager to hear the scrap that waa pre
cipitated by the petition for the re
moval of W. E. Mumpower, aa super
visor. C. Schuebel led the fight for
the 39 petitioners, who charged that
Mumpower had squandered the money
of the district; that he had atated
that he had no interest in the Improve
ment of roads in a part of the district;
that he bad neglected hla dutiea by
going away and working tn a aaw
mill, and that men working on the
county roads had been permitted to
Idle away their time. Judge Beatle
and the Commissioners heard the tes
timony of 10 witnesses, four of whom
said they had signed the petition un
The petition also asked that the
present- boundaries of the district,
which embraced the Cape Horn road,
be kept Intact, not knowing that the
County Court had already denied a
petition to alter the district boundar
lea. The petitioners asked for the ap
pointment of L. D. Mumpower, a broth
er of the aupervisor.
Attorney Grant B. Dlmlck represent
ed the eupervlsor, and after hearing
the evidence the court reached the
conclusion that the chargea had not
been substantiated and refused the
grant the petition for the removal of
f I AIPM0NT Plant your dollars in Clairmont Acrc-
jaBMiM ac il wil1 return yu 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.
We F. SCHOOLEY & CO.
Oregon City, Or. BOTH PHONES Main SO A 156
Wc sell this substantial built Fence
for 10c per foot
HARDWARE AND FURNITURD
Supervisor Mumpower. Conaiderable
feeling haa been manifested over the
CURFEW RINGS AT 8.
Gladstone Council . Will Have a Buay
Session Tuesday Evening.
Gladstone Council will meet Tues
day night with a full quota of bualneaa
for consideration. There are 11 or
dinances to come up for second read- -
lng and the session promlaea to be a
busy one. Principal among the mat
ters of Interest Is the planning for the
water works system that citizena think
ia a burning necessity. An ordinance
providing that the citizena may vote
on the water works proposition la like
ly to be voted on.
Gladstone wanta it curfew law, and
the Ctty Dada are figuring on eatab
llshlng 8 o'clock aa the hour for ring
ing the bell for the little folka to get
off the street. O
Salaries of the Recorder, treasurer
and city marshal!" will bar up for con
sideration. The plan ia to set the
salaries at $150, $50 and $25, respect
ively, for these servicea.
MERRY DANCING CLUB
Will Present An Enjoyable Event for
Benefit of Frlenda.
The MerTy Dancing Club of this city
haa completed all arangementa for Ita
annual ball, to be given St Patrick's
night, March 17, at Buach'a hall. The
music will be furnished by Hoesley'a
orchestra, of Portland, and a good time
la assured to all. Refreshmenta will
be served In the binquet rooms by
four young ladiea of the club. The
gTand march will take place at 8:30.
The young ladiea composing the
club are among those well and favor
ably known In thla city, and the as
surance la given that this will be a
very enjoyable affair.
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