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OREGON CITY, OK EG ON, WEDNESDAY, 'ttEDKUAHY 15, 1911.
Per Week, 10 Cents
Iff HOUSE TODAY
LaLL MAJORITY OF REPUBLI
AN VOTE AGAINST IT BUT
PIMOCRATS SAVE THE DAY.
MfflS SUPPORT THE PRESIDENT
,ft ld 10 BMv It Will Carry In
th 8"t 11 Can Bs
Brought to a
wifHIINGTON. Feb. 14 3pl
LiH.ni Tft wm In hla contention
lr reciprocity "h Canada anl tha
Irretmmt panned in ina iuhi-b u
LhL Th" lirniorrata supported tha
tuura alni'wi iv m nmu mm uiw mo
.tarried liy a vota of 221 to 92.
yrt than a nair of in nt iuiun:ii
-u.nl Tilled ngnlnst th tilll and tne
Lmocrat " y for Tafl. At
7H llepumirans uieu mr ii.
nujorlty voted for tha bill.
Th bill- II I" ta Mcrau mu re-
Ill no to the Senate. What will
L.nn to II there ran omy ii conjee-,
LmI at th' "-arly day. Tho Pres-
tut Ii rnporfd aa having a belief
Li It will ! there in case it can
brouiht to vote.
ht) drtiate In the (oua haa been
bitter at tlmea and tha bill waa
k ibrtiuKh ly tne nararwi or won.
PORTLAND MAY WIN DOCKS.
Lma Cmal Argument Alda BIH'a
PMgt In Senate.
IAUM, Or.. Keb 1 4. IMrtnrlnn the
fcimlty of the ocean-golnic veaacla
i lll touch the I'ortiand naroor
iro th Panama Canal la completed
I ihowlnx furcllily what a wonderful
.lopment that canal will mean for
IOrenon mctropoiiB, nenaior ma
f j I plea raimed the ttenate to
Halllnc'i public ' dock bill last
JM when prevlounly It had appeared
ihotinh the bill would have hard
th bill provide that the rlKht of
ntnt domain may be etercUed for
Lie 4M-kRi;n puriviace and la the
kiltif lKe for a ytera m public
)U at rortlnnd.
PORTLAND JUDGE COMINQ. -
holo Banquet at Gladaton Prom-
Im Many Good Patur(,
utu C rjiuh. of I'ortiand. haa
pfed th larttaiion to aeak at tbe
little baoguet planned or Febru-
1 by th Indlea of the (lladatone
ilin church, alon; with other lo
apcakera. It waa tbe dealre of the
y that the Judae be Invited, and
nt. With that In mind It waa
m of hi comma; and waa aoon
led abroad that he would come
ll th--Jilae h4 -not ' aceeuted
th announcement waa ftrat
I. It I now reorted that the
nhi auld that he would be game
com reaardleaa of the fact that
Id people anticipated hla accept.
. Tha plana for the banquet are
nf on nicely and the Gladstone
M ar pUnnlnit for a royal gotxl
Cln Up 8vnth Street.
frry Clark, colored, In Jail for 30
for dUalpatlon, waa put to work
Knih atreet Tuesday mornlnR
imcer Hhiiw and did a food job
learltiR It up, - lie preferred to
n out In the open to belna confined
m tail, and aa be made nromtaea
llng KM)d waa put to the teat.
worked faithfully and returned to
rnr hla lodcliiK. Cltliena on tho
Ft are plcaxcd with the work done,
r wnnderlna whether the city
N will route alone; and take the
wij or leave It till It la acattered
th treet aKaln.
rfir Without Blood or Paaalon.
achnlara In the Praahvtarlan
f T achool have been divided Into
oiviaiona, the Uluea and the Reda,
my are to be given receptacle
wm noni nickel and then turned
The "flllern" have arrived and
Bnntlar tile vouni folks am to
rmed and ncnt forth to conquer.
Victory I to hn lilrvoHI. anil I ha
H" IH be devoted to 'peaceful
I man warlike puraulta.
Would Like To
Vu it. Z': .,n? k y- W,M
iwthiui " . Know ,nl" "or" nd
Jhlnau ' Bixner in our
LT? 0r our pHclna methoda.
I flVira Of ftUP a .
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"XCLUSIVE OLOTHItRt '
. , Ho like Oihera
"d Main ttC'
TAFT ENTIRTAINt CANNON.
The Proeldanf Pollowi the Fad aa Sat
WA8IIIN(in)N. Kel.. 14 Tonlnht
iTeaiaent Tri Rave dlnnnr to Hpi Mk
rr Cannon. In honor of hla bi'lmr tbt
Bpoaker of the llouae of Heprewinta
Uvea, and one of the few leudora of
tne party. The Idea for a dinner to
the iraker waa Initiated durliiR
uoonoveit a Incunilxtnry at the While
I Inline, and baa no political alioHM
r.uiire. Taft and Caution have been at
variance on many thing of late and
there la no effort on the part of the
I'reaidi'nt to beal the breech.
U)8 AHQK1MH. Feb. H.-.(8pl.)
Oaplan, charged with belna; one of
three men who blew up the Tlmea of
fice hint Heptember, haa ben arrealed
at Idahel, Okla. Me ha tieen atarted
for California, requlaltlon pnpera bav
Inn been aecurud.
Dog Inaurane Bill Loaea.
8ALK.M. Or.. Keb. 14. (Hpl.) Sen
ator Caraon'a attempt to aLart a do
Inauranre plan by placing; a llrenae
on all doc to eatabjlab. a fund out of
which to relninuraA owner of atock
that have been killed by dona failed
tMlHr There were 80-whtvtfeti
Rnlnat tha bill and elxht favored It.
Woman aa Politician.
FIKHHK. 8. I)., FVb. 14 A conven
tion of women held In the Btatehouae
yeaterday t(Kk flrat etepa toward the
omanlxallon .of woman'a party.
14 Hour, Railroad Work Day.
SALEM. Or.. Feb. H. 3 ul.) Ci
der the provlalona of a bill Introduced
by McColloch and paaalna the Senate
today, all railroad employee auch aa
trainmen and telegraph operatora, em
ployed on road doing an Intra-atate
bualueaa, kkall work io more than 14
hour a day.
Portland to Have Congrman.
8AIJCM, Or., Feb. 14. O'lvera bill
(IvIhr Multnomah county a. Congre-
aluiiol dlatrlct by Itaelf and dividing
the balance of the atate Into two dis
trict, one In Kaatern Oregon and th
other In Western Oregon, panned the
Senate laat night with only one dls
Bentlng vote, that of Calklna.'
LOOKS OUT WINDOW
While Old Comrades March By Bear
ing Old Glory Aloft.
Mr. I). K. DIM. who waa taken aud
denly 111 laat week la reported much
better and on the road to apeedy re
covery. Mr. lllll la commander of
Meade I'oat No. I. that attended
church In a body at the M. K. church
Sunday. Mr. Illlla illneaa, together
with the Inclement weather, made It
Imperative that he stay at home and
not venture forth.1 Hut Mr. Hill could
not forego the opportunity to crawl to
the window and aee the old comrade
march by, dropping; a tear fur the old
flag aa Ita colora were borne In on bia
vlalon. Mr. Hill la a patrloilo old aol
dler and la making an enthualaatlc
commander of the local post.
High School to Be Completed.
Th hoard of director of the city
achoola Tuesday lot the contract for
tbe plastering, marble work, painting
and renting plant for the new high
achool building, and engaged W.
Vonderahe to proceed with the con-
atructlon of the building. Work will
be atarted at once, and will be com
pleted aa aoon aa posaible.
GIVEN BY THE BOYS
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH PAR
LORS DECORATED FOR THE
OCCASION MONDAY EVE.
A Valentine aocl&l waa given at the
Congregational church parlora Monday
nlaht hv tha Lamda and Oamma Club.
organizations composed of tbe boys
of the Sunday achool, who are In a
conteat with the girls' club to purchase.
a piano ror the nunaay acnooi room.
The church parlor waa very attract
ive with Ita decoratlona of ferna and
featoona of hearta of all alr.ea and col
ore. The tablea were correspondingly
decorated. In the room waa a post
office Rally decorated, where those
who had purchased valantlnea at the
valentine booth could man mem. i ne
poatofflce waa prealded over by Ever
ett Dye and Elbert Charman, and
Herbert Ilarrla Bold the stamps. The
Valentine booth waa In charge of Al
bert Roake. Ted Miller, Rert Iageson
and Joe Hodgfea. The Valentine
booth, extending along the south end
nf the room, waa well patronised, and
many valentines . were disposed of
The candy booth waa presided over
hf Wnndall Smith and Shelby 8haver.
During; the evening refreshment were
served, among those assiming were
Gerald Park and Qraydon race. Mrs.
Charles Woodard and Mlaa June Char
mn assisted In the affair to make It
such a success, and great credit Is dut
them aa well as the boys for maklns
t.ie affair the success It proved lo ne.
One of the features of th evening
was tha program given, which was as
follows: Solo, "Sweet Hlrd of Song,'
Mrs. Mabel Woodard; remarks, "Boys
Day at Chautauqua," Rev. W. M. Proc
tor; recitation, Sammy McLarty; cor
net solo, Verne Roake; recitation,
Carlotta pace; club swinging, Robert
Warmr; closing remarks,' Rev. H. N.
Smith. " ' '
TIME RIGHT FOR A DAILY.
rtn ' Tinniri R tha Bh t ernrlse. of
Oregon City, Oregon, appeared as a
morning dally, a Dngni newsy
rna.v nave of a se ven-column. Ore
gon City and surrounding country Is
growing rapidly, and Bdwara uroum
publisher, has thoroughly canvaaaed
tha field and concluded the time w
rtjiht for a daily. Mf. Brodle haa met
with great success In publishing the
weakly Enterprise, and we wish hi
equal success with the dallv.
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BONE OF CONTENTION
EFFORT BEING MADE TO RETAIN
MONEY FOR STATE UNLESS
DOUBT IS CLEARED UP.
Following the Bull M Ihe . Btat of
Oregon, through Frank Hcae,-Bpeial
counsel apiMilnted by Governor. Weat
to bring proceeainga 10 escneai me
money of the estate of F. A. William
son to the estate, application for a
writ of review waa made Tuesday by
Fred Hargreaves, administrator of the
estate of Hernhardt lialst, who claimed
that the body of the man found three
yeara ago near Oswego waa that of
hla brother. Christian Halat
Mrs. Effle H. Robinson, administra
trix of the estate of Williamson, la
made defendant In the ault filed Tues
day, a la WL. Mulvey who aa Coun
ty Clerk, la custodian of the recorda
In the case. Tbe Identity of the man,
whose pockets contained CG0 ln gold.
haa never been proven to the aailsfac-
tlon of all concerned, though Mra.
Robinson haa all along cofitended that
the dead man was her father, F. A.
Wlllamaon, and llalst, now dead,
Claimed the body waa tnat of hla
Former County Judge D4m(ck. after
hearing the evidence In the caae threw
both clalmanta out of court, and sev
eral weeka ago County Judge Peatle
reveraed Dlmlck'a decision and or
dered the money paid over to Mrs.
Robinson, who again qualified aa ad
Hargreaves contends that the Coun
ty Court can only be reviewed either
by a writ of review or by appeal, and
that decreea cf the County Court can
only be aet aside for fraud or col-
lualon. He charges that Judge lieatie
tiassed on the facta In the case, with
out being acquainted with them, and
he aska that Mrs. Robinson be re
quired to return the money to the
County Treasurer. Mr. Hargreaves
seeks to have the order of Judge nes
CHANGE IN NAME f OR
REV. BAUER ADVOCAE3 ADOPTING
SOMETHING DISTINCTIVE IN
NAME AT LEAST.
Rev. Fhllllp E. Bauer, pastor of the
Flrat Congregational church at Salem,
waa In the city Tuesday transacting
business. He was here to assist hla
father In the purchase of a home at
Willamette, where the father and
mother may enjoy their last days In
peace and comfort.
Rev. Bauer la a graduate of Paclflo
University and Is Interested In the
proposed change In name for that In
atltutlon. He la In favor of the change
hut thinks when a change la made
'hnt I ought to have reference to
what Is to be accompllnhed, what the
achool Is really to be, and that even
the nHme Itself ought to stand for
something distinctive. The proposition
to change the name to Marsh, In
honor of the first president, did not
Appeal to him In that auch a name
Carried nothing of distinction, but
rnthor the college gave distinction to
There are a numher of Paclflo Uni
versity graduates In this county, and
-tiany more who did part of their
studvlng there and then finished, their
studies at some Eastern college, so
thst this matter la of considerable In
terest to people living In Clackamas
v-5m-' . izrrzrrs
INCIDENT IN THE AWAKENING OF
with their euee evidently waa not
the hat daalars ar undr auipioien.
MILWAUKIE GET8 A FACTORY.
Chicago Men 8(art Label and Carton
Establishment In Suburb. .
Through the efforts of N. M. Dean,
of the Iean Land aV Improvement
Company, a new industry haa been se
cured for Mllwaukle In the shape of
an establishment for the manufacture
of labels, cartoons, bottle boxes, etc.,
for the drug trade. The business will
be carried on under the name of the
Portland Label Company, with J. W.
and Fred A. Klnxel, recently from Chi
cago, aa tuanagera. . i
While tne bunlnesa wilt be conduc
ted from Portland, the factory will
remain In. Mllwaukle, where the plant
of the Willamette Publlahlng Com
pany haa been acquired. Heretofore
good of this sort have come from
Chicago and other Eastern points.
Pioneer Dies at Eagle Creek.
Jamea Smith waa born near Dun
dee. Scotland, November 12. 1822,
died at Eagle Creek, Or., January 31,
191 L at the age of 88 years.
He left his home In Scotland In
1876, arriving at Eagle Creek, Or., the
same year,where. he.reslded unU hi
He is survived by one son, Jamea
Smith, who resides at Eagle' Creek.
RAILWAY TO MOLALLA
TO DEVELOP SECTION
LARGE SECTION OF RICH COUN
TRY WOULD THEN BE MADE
TRIBUTARY TO THIS CITY.
Through the Live Wires of the Com
mercial Club an effort waa made Tues
day to revive the project of the con
struction of an electric railway from
Oregon City to Sllverton through the
Molalla Valley. It Is tentatively
planned to go about the proposition In
a small way, first obtaining the pro
files, maps, plats and other data se
cured by F. M. Swift, who worked
several years on tbe project and
abandoned It, after spending about
I15.0O0. ' - .
It la believed that t25.OO0 can be
raised In this city, and after securing
the rights of way, which would prob-
A Valuable SCIENTIFIC REMEDY for
WEAK and DISORDERED KIDNEYS.
MORROW'S KID-NE-OIDS are a val
uable Kidney Tonic) for Men, Women
and Children. ; -
Prescription and Family Receipts
Filled With Pur Drugs.
Quality and Price Right
City Drug Store.
. .. Next Deor to Blecirlo HotL '
Paeifl Pkoa 11 Home Phone 41
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In.plred by th barbara. but
Wilder in Chicago Raoord-Herald.
ably be cheerfully given, It is proposed
to grade r,oad from Oregon City to
Beaver Creek. With the shoving Ii
Is expected that adequate funds cm
be secured to complete tbe project.
While definite plans have uot yet
been made, there will be a determined
effort to start work, with the hope
that good faith and an actual showing
will be followed by financial aid. The
Live Wires will take up the matter
next week, when a mass meeting will
probably be called to consider tbe project-
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VISIT Wff HOOD
DEEP SNOWS ENCOUNTERED EN
ROUTE 8IGHT PRESENTED
ONE OF GREAT BEAUTY. -
diaries n.T" field "and two''Bons,
Raymond and Wallace, returned to
Oregon City Monday night, after mak
ing a successful trip to Government
Camp, where they had the pleasure of
viewing old Mount Hood with Its
heavy mantle of snow, a sight that
very few people In this city have wit
nessed In mid-winter. The boy, who
are attending the University of Ore
gon, and who had made a record two
years , ago of making the quickest
climb to the sumlt of Mount Hood of
any party that summer, have been en-
Joying their week's vacation In this
- They - left here In - company - with
their father on Tuesday morning of
last week for Government Camp. Tbey
went aa far aa Boring on the O. W. P.
and from that place staged It to
Welches, making the remainder of
the trip to Rhododendron, a distance of
about four miles on foot. They
reached the Tavern about 5 o'clock
that night, where they remained until
the following morning, starting on
their trip to Government Camp, which
is about eleven miles on skis. At
Rhododendron the snow was 18 Inches
In depth, but further up on the moun
tain In the Laurel Hill district the
ground waa covered with two feet of
fresh snow, which made It difficult to
travel on skla, but the party reached
Government Camp that evening about
8 o'clock, and states that the scenery
waa grand, as they traveled by moon
light part or the time. The following
morning Mount Hood showed up In Us
glory, and never before presented a
more attractive sight than on this day.
At Government Camp the snow was
five feet In depth. The party remained
at this place Friday and Saturday.
While at Rhododendron Raymond and
Wallace Caufleld accompanied the old
mountaineer, Mr. Yocum, to the Sal
mon River, where the latter Is engaged
by the Mount Hood Railway Company
to read the water gauge. The party
went on skis, and covered a distance
of 12 miles, six miles each way.
Thla U Mr. Caufleld's first trip to
Mount Huod on skis, but his sons made
a successful trip a year ago, and en
Joyed the sport. This Is the second
party that has made the trip In this
manner successfully this year. 1
EGG PRICES BREAK.
Blame Laid to Drought of Laat Sep
tember. nilCACn Feb. 13. A break of 5
and 6 cents a doien In the price of
eggs last week has brought values to
the lowest level touched In February
In many yeara. Extra eggs closed ai
21 - centa a doien, while seconds
brought only 8 to 10 cents. Last Sep
tember, following the long period of
drought suffered by the country, eggs
acme forward In excessive quantities,
and dealers placed them In cold stor
age In oredr to keep prices from d
dining. At that time they believed
tha hM movement from DOilltry
farm would not be of long duration
nrf that the would have little diffi
culty In clwUur holdings at profit
later in tne year. neowi".
of excessive volume longer than had'
oeen expected. However, and when
values began to ease off, there waa a
sudden rush to liquidate. Recent
events are traced back directly to laat
September's heavy egg production.
Closing at tbe lowest level In years.
Commission men Bay It la not likely
that prices will go much lower.
WANTS $5,000 DAMAGES.
Claims Company Did Not Take N0-
Edward Richardson yesterday filed
a suit against the Hawley Pulp t Pa
per Co. for $5000 damages for the loss
of thre fingers In the mill of the com
pany April 12, 1909, while working as
an oiler. He charges that he was a
new and Inexperienced man and knew
nothing of the risks that beset him.
In hla work he bad to pass between a
pump, a wall and a huge fly wheel
that revolved at a high rate of speed,
which, he aays, was installed In a neg
ligent manner, and was open and un
protected by a railing and not guarded
by any safety device.
Richrdson slipped on some oil that
dripped on the floor and to avoid be
ing caught In the fly wheel, he threw
himself on the pump and bla hand was
drawn Into the guard, smashing three
fingers' andr-asraTesutt-be- is perma
nently maimed. George C. Brownell
and William M. Stone are Richard
SECOND ANNUAL BALL
CF COMMERCIAL CLUB
ARANGEMENT8 PERFEtrtKtV FOR
A VERY PLEASANT "AFFAIR
TWO SHORT ADDRESSES .
Everything Is In readiness for the
Commercial Club ball to be given
Thursday evening, February 16, at
which time the Buacb handsome new
hall will be opened to the public. Over
600 invitations have been Issued by the
committee having charge of the affair,
and many will come here from Port
land. , There will be a special car to
return to Portland, after the ball.
Prasp's orchestra of seven pieces will
furnish the music for the dancing.
The grand raarch will. commence at
8:30 . o'clock. Preceding . the grand
march Mayor George C. Brownell and
Father HUlebrand will make a few
appropriate remarks. There will be
15 dances with three extra on the pro
gram, and many of the latest selec
Hon will be given.'
- The following are the committees
having charge of the affair:
Entertainment John Adams, chair
man; E. T. Fields. C. W. Evans, Dr.
Clyde Mount and Harry Draper.
- Music T. P. Randall, chairman; Dr.
Clyde Mount, E. T. Fields.
Printing Dr. L. 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 Osmonds
Reception Frank Busch, chairman;
W. A. Huntley, John Rlsley, Thomas
F, Ryan,B-T,McBaln, J. U. Camp
bell, Dr. E. AT Sommer, Dr. A .U
Beetle, Dr. W. E. Carll, E. J. Daulton,
W. A. Dlmlck, L. E. Jones, Dr. Hugh
S. Mount. William Sbeahan.
Floor committee T. P. Randall,
chairman ; E. T. Avison. Walter Wells,
Roy Armstrong, John Lewthwalte, Jr.,
R, L. Holman, W. H. Howell, Jr., Dr.
L. L Pickens, A. A. Price, Carl
Schram. S. L. Stevens. W. B. Stokes,
E. E. Brodle, Dr. Clyde Mount, Dr.
Thomas Fox, L. Stipp, Henry O'Mal
ley. Refreshments C. W. Evans.
GETS A DIVORCE.
But Not Release From Mortgage Note,
s Signed Before.
Divorce did not release Mrs. R. W,
Haddock from liability from her first
husband's debts, as is evidenced In
the suit that waa filed Tuesday by
William Malre against Frank Gerrlti.
R. W. Haddock and Mrs, Haddock for
the foreclosure of a mortgage given to
secure the payment of a note for $6ii0.
Tbe note was signed January 3, 1908,
and was made payable to J. Blchner
A Sons, of Oswego, and they assigned
the paper to Malre. On September
18, 1909. Mrs. Gerrltx. who signed tne
note and mortgage with her husband,
brought suit for divorce, and obtained
her decree, and has since been mar
ried to Haddock. The mortgage cov
ers two lots at Oswego.
Malre is represented by Attorneys
Geo. C. Brownell and William M.
WIFE HAS TEMPER
If Hutband'a Allegations Are True,
A Recited in Petition.
John J. Kuntx, who was married In
St Joseph, Mo.. April 10. 1888. Tues
day filed suit for divorce against
Louise "M. Kuntx, through Attorney
John B. Ryan, of Portland. Kuntx
charges that his wife possesses a nag
ging disposition and scolded and vllll
fled him before their five children,
ringing from 5 to 22 yeara of age. In
1909. while they were living at Jef
ferson, Or., she took poison In a fit
of temper, but was not successful In
taking her own life. Kuntx seeks to
bar his wife from claiming an Interest
to bis property.
Are you not awar that CLAIR MONT offrs you an opportunity that
Is not offered every aayf WHY PAY RENT and work out all your
llff Think th matter over at one and come and talk with ua.
W can help you pet a horn. A small payment down and 910 par
month. Writ for circular.
7. F. SCHOOLEY Ct CO.
Phone, Main SO. A-184.
UNIONS WIN OUT
BILL IS KILLED
EMPLOYERS' COMPENSATION ACT
18 VOTED DOWN IN HOUSE AT
VOTE STANDS 24 fCl 32 AGOT
Measure Would Have Nullified the
Act Adopted By the People
at the November
8ALEM, Or., Feb. 14. (8pL) Or
ganlzed labor came off victorlooa im
Its fight against the Abbott employers'
automatic compensation measure sure
tonight tbe vote being 24 for and 22
against There wa a but Ubi foe-
an hour and a half prior to taking the
Had the bill passed It Is claimed It
would have practically nullified the
employers' liability law, passed by the
people at the last election. It Is furth
er claimed that Gov. West would have
vetoed it, but opponents of the meas
ure were determined that duty should
not be put up to him.
Carter, of Clackamas,' raised his
voice to say that any man voting for
It would dig his political grave. If
that Is a true prediction there were
24 graves dug. 1
Brownblll took tbe ground that tbe
legislature had no right to abrogate
the acts of the people and so soon ai-.
ter adoption and before It could be
shown that the people's work was not
The total laboring Interests of the
State, so far as expressed, were against
8ELLING AND DIMICK SQUABBLE.
SALEM, Or.. Feb. 14. (Spl.) In a
Contention between President of the
Senate Selling and Senator Dlmlck,
in the Senate today, the latter ac
cused the President of playing politics.
The controversy was warm for a few
Miss Veda William Host, at th
Home of Her Sister,
Mlas Veda William (KitertalBed the
members of the Gypsy Club at the
home of ber sister, Mrs. C Q. Miller -
on . Seventh street, Saturday evening
at a Valentine party. The rooms were
very attractive with .their decorations
of hearts, and the place cards were
of the same. The evening was devot
ed to Instrumental and vocal music
and guessing contests, the prize being
won by Miss Zlda Goldsmith.-- Re
freshments were served during the
evening. Miss Williams being assisted
by Mrs. Miller
Present were Miss Helen Daulton,
M las, Lis Pratt. Miss Marjorle Cau
fleld, Mls8 Almee Bollack. Miss Zlda
Goldsmith, Mrs. Walter Wells.Mrs.
L. A. Morris, Mrs. M. D. Latourette.
OIL AND GAS FOUND
YET DRILL GOES DOQ.
8TONE WELL SHOWS OIL AND GAS
AND INDICATIONS FOR PAYING
... FIND ARE ENCOURAGING..
STONE, Or.. Feb. 14. (Spl.) Ev
erything is all activity around our
oil well again after a short period of
Inactivity. The well has been cleared
of debris since It was shot ten days
ago and just what Is In the well Is
known to the owners and operators.
Oih and gas were secured In the
shooting but the quantity was not sat
isfactory for the drill has been again
started downward. The Indications
are flattering, it Is said, and now that
the company knows that there is oil
they are encouraged to go on deeper
In the hope that it may be found in
While there is no ' secret made of
conditions as they exist still those who
are in a position to know most about
the well are the ones who are giving
out the least information. Hopes are
high that the drill will yet pierce a
flow that will make things livelyabout
Twelfth Street Improvement Asses-
ment Up for Discussion.
Council will meet In special session
this evening. In the usual place and
at the usual hour 8 o'clock. The call
for the meeting specified th-t the
meeting will be "for th consideration'
of the Twelfth atreet Improvement as
sessment and any other business that
may need . attention." . There la a
large amount of business calling for
attention and It la likely that Council
will transact all that Is possible to
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