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OUEOON CITY, OREGON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1911.
Per Week, 10 Oiim
k sums ASie
MS UP tt
PERHAPS HE, TOO, HAS MET THIS FELLOW.
l0lUATURE WILL PA88 UPON
THOUGHTFUL MEN WRITE ON
THIS QUESTION, WHICH IS OF
APPROPRIATION BILL! A PI
pffrTED BY COMMITTE.
' h:rlpllont for m m.."i,
r .Z will be received for
,"."T imiwd tlm. at a op'l
',ny .nd I your order tod.y
Wand a quarter dolurs
Major Institution and th Bum
Granted By tho Commltt
Paring Md No
eaaary. ufi. or. Feb. 15. ihpu mo
i.rorltioii LIU carrying total of a
illim and b quarter la now compioi-
by 111 roriiiulttee ami reauy 10 lie
frd tt f"f various institution
carried In the appropriation uui 10
aubmlitJ In tho legislature tumor-
Uon Aayltmi tor Inoona . $li94.4&2 04
Lnin Inaan Ayium rarra i.'. uui.uk
for KY.'Mn Minded.. 123.250.00
jjiera' ItotiK at Uoaeburg 1 1 .nn H)
i Hefiirni Hi liooi. ... . . . i.i.uiiu.mi
ie Arhool f-.r Itlliid .... . 24.007.00
( Bch'X'l f,,r n1"' Ml,t M.HOO.OO
rrrlnx hi"i and I tot a 1H.000.00
neylng Com li t 17.0OO.OJ
, 8natrluiii fr TutM'f-
rovement Hi ate hair
t.n Btai I'ciitltcntlary 101,250.00
he 1 1 mi enumerate!! anove ior im-
,nnnt at th State hair round"
got include n appropriation or
nuo ankrd In a aeparale bill for
k.,iMinr anil chance which aro
ironpect for the coming Rummer In
arrangement or tho tmliuinn ana
inr of t'H auma aro different
what wan vtantnl at th lioxtn
Tke aKltntlon ronrernlnit the
,m k l.il mtnrlv rvrrr Inatltu-
.Ltnr aitiiritiirlnt Ion to revlae Ita
in an effort fo iinre It ao that there
lht t be ! loae a acrutlny.
hkfj 8IGN 1915 FAIR BILL.
m Epoiltlon Finally Aaaurod
to Sin Franclaco.
ASMINtiTON. Keb. 15. Tfeal Jant
today ilitnrd the bill dcalnnallna;
Franrlaro the city In which
1 held In ISIS tho expoaltlon bIk-
vfriK the openlnii of the Panama
'h a t"ld im n mnde of metal
J lo CafJforaa, and In tho prea-
ef tb two CnltPd Htaloa Hen-
k and a number of tho Hopreaenta-
from that atate, tha Trealdetit
tried blulKnnluro to tho engroaaod
v. Tft preentel tha pen to one
Bit memlxTi of tho party, and It
piarru oil vaiim'iiiou av iiiv cr
Ptag-KIM, 100 Dally.
AWVOHTOK. Ruaala, Feb. 15.
krta fnim llunrhun Bay that the
m li raKlna; there, the donthi av-
lt lo dnlly. Among tho. dead
Ililrtca to Have Uniform Rulea.
IICACO Keh. 14 National rule
wvk (i aell as In football, aro now
liahl for rolli'irea and unlveraltlea
ti countrr. A movement to unify
mve'timent nf American Interpol
ate track and field meeti baa been
unnced iy Coach A. A. Btana;, of
I'nlverllv nf r-lravA mhn la one
Ilia aiithura fif I ha rwa rtt lawa.
ttlotied hv the Intereollealato Ath-
Aaaorlntlcn of tho United BtateB.
lua; made puhllc the complete text
iff nilea flrnftAil Kw klmulf Pro.
ft W. a. Ijimbeih, of tho Unlver-
t"f Virginia, and F. W. Marvel, of
n I'nlveralty, actlna; for the Na
tt'. rv.a n nnrb ait.
h-KM, Or . Feb. 14 Followlnc a
renre Innt nlvlil leton anma
fhefa of the IKlalature and flov
r Weat It hna heen derided to aak
neclal rommlttee bo appointed
l"termlne what Intermit the ataU
'n 'he public levee at Portland or
pronertv nn tiMch lha Teffarann.
kt BOUthern 1'nlfl I Innate
F' end In view la to demand that
iDrmwtr t n .... i- . 1 1
tWotild Like To
i.a . " " "na wo know you will
m..!." : 'u "o otore and
rPDoln.7 re'lng.W never yet
fwinted a vll. -i.i ....
or our pricing method
fidw.-V y ,wo wooka li
"""tag, of our Clean Up
Not Uk otaera
and Main Bta,
REPRESENTATIVE MAGOON, who
mad a apch In tha Houa agalnat
th bill doling th Wlllamatt from
- March 1 to May 1.
e Oreuon Tlty and Portland
Thnraday fair; eualerly wind.
Oreuon Thuraday fulr; var-
latiln winds, becoming aoutheaat- e
AND THE DUPLICATE
OREGON CITV MAY TAKE IN VAL
UABLE HOLDINGS UNDER
THE NEW LAW.
BAI.EM, Or., Feb. 15 (Spl ) Sen
ate bill No. 29, which haa paaaed both
houae and la awaltltiK the alKiiature
of the (Sovi rnor, provides for the peo
ple of Ornicon City taking In a liirice
additional arrcaxo and tbua ureal ly In-
rreaalng the tax duplicate and the to
tal tax buiUet. Ily Ita frma the
largo InveatmentB arroaa the river
may become aubjnet to the Oreuon
City tax collector and tho chancea for
Improvement will le oven better than
Friend of the mnaaiire who are
gla4 for tba Increaaed tax duplicate,
aay that It will add about I30.0.K) to
' um total of taxea collected In the
city. . .."
FAIR BOARD MEETS
OLD OFFICE R8 CHOSEN FOR THE
COMING YEAR SEPT. 27i30
DATES FOR THIS YEAR.
Tbe bosrd of directors of the Cluck-
amaa County Fair Association met In
the room a of the Comerclal Club on
Saturday afternoon and organized by
the eloctlon of the following offlcera:
I'realdent. J. V. Smith vice president,
O. K. Freytag; eecretary, M. J. 1-a-
xelle; treasurer. O. IX Kby: being a
re-election of the former officers of
It was decided at thin meeting to
bold the Fair the coming caon on
September 27-30, four days.
Cnorge Larelle was made manager
of the race meet, which will be hold
some time In May date to be choaen
later. .There la a good half mile track
on the grounds of the association,
which will be used at the May race
Work of revising the premium Hat
will be begun within a short time so
that the H"t may be printed In ample
time for the fall meeting.
SMITH FACES MUSIC
IN JUSTICE COURT
JUSTICE BAMSON FINES HIM 123
FOR A88AULT ON O. W. P.
Oarer Smith, who was one of tho
principal characters In trie fare Inci
dent on the O. W. P. Ity. Saturday
evening, and who dlaroftarded his rec
ognizance and did not show up when
hla ena waa called In Juatloe Sam-
aoVs court Monday, has returned for
trial. Aner thinking the matter over
flmlth decided to face the music. Jus
tice Samson this morning fined Smith
$25, the charge being assault. The
fine was paid and Smith given his
The evidence In the caa was not so
black as at first reported. Smith did
not strike the conductor, bo witnesses
i.ntil Via had struck Younat. Then
Smith was so angered that he threw
discretion to the winds and knocked
the conductor from the car without re
gard to the consequences. 1 nose mcts
ur taken Into consideration by Jus
tice Bamaon In fixing the amount of
Smith baa been In one or two little
troubles before thla but he says now
that he la not to be drawn Into any
more; that he Intends to do what Is
right to do from this on. In view of
that fact Justice Samson decided to
make the sentence light and to give
tha young man an opportunity to make
good. Smith Is an athlete, and has
great strength; this fact makes It a
groat temptation to us that strength
on ocoaalon aad he doea It often with
out weighing the consequences.
I b il I ltV ta.Dalhi
A Miaaeuri Ugialator propoaaa that railway atation agent who rafuaa to miwtr quaationa b fined $S0,
CARTER WILL LEAD
FIGHT IN THE HOUSE
PR08PECTS FAIR FOR PASSAGE OF
eHOUR BILL IN THE HOUSE
HARD FIGHT AHEAD.
SALKNf, Or., Feb. 15. (Staff Cor
respondence.) l'Kin a request from
Carter, of Clackamas, this afternoon
the eight hour bill was made a special
order for 10 o'clock Thursday morning.
when the fate of the measure that
was finally pushed through the Sen
ate by a determined struggle will be
settled. It Is said the fight In the
House tomorrow will be close, but
that there Is some prospect for the
passage of the bill.
Carter will lead the fight for the
measure,-w.htch"""wTU" be" reported" by
the committee on labor Industries.
Two report will be submitted, Shaw,
the chairman, filing a minority report
and pierce and Clyde a majority re
port. If the measure gets through the
House It will surely go on the statute
txfts for there Is every reason to be
lieve that Governor West will sign It.
IN MATCH AT ARMORY
TWO ROUNDS OF SHORT DURA
TION AND ANDERSON WAS AT
Duzekoa, the Greek wrestler, who
claim the lightweight wrestling
championship of the world, wrestled
II. Anderson, of aVncouver, at the
Armory Wednesday ""evening. The
Greek won two falls and the series,
throwing Anderson twice In succes
sion. The first round lasted fifteen min
utes. Anderson waa at the mercy of
the Greek at all stages of the round
and put him on the mat when request
ed to do so by the crowd In attend
ance. scar Smith, of Canemah, act
ed as referee. The second round last
ed lCVi minutes, but at no time did
Anderson have any show to throw
After the close of the match a man
who would not make publlo bis name
but as Id that he waa a "top-notcher"
of twenty years ago, came forward
and wanted to teach the wrestlers
the game, but failed to throw either
of the men who had wrestled earlier
In the evening.
GREEN POINT SEWER.
Council Will Loam of Need and Cot
and Then Act.
The sewer at Green Point has been
causing trouble for those who are con
nected with It for some time ana sev
oral months ago Council promised to
do something In the matter. The at
tentlon of the Council was again caller
to the trouble, and the promise at the
mnotlna Wednesday night.
To show Its good Intentions In the
matter Council referred the matter to
the City Engineer to consider and
make plana for needed Improvements.
He will also make specifications so
that Council may understand both
needs and cost of same.
FAIR APPROPRIATION 1000.
SALEM, Or., Feb. 15 (8pl.) Rep
resentative Jones' bill (Clackamas
county! appropriating $1000 for the
county fair, waa passed on Tuesday,
In the House.
REPRESENTATIVE CARTER, who
will lead th flgfit In th Houae to
day for th 8-hour law.
WILL- STUDY" MINING.
College Student to Visit Smelting
Plant at Tacoma.
CORVAUJS. Ore.. Feb. 15. New
subjects added to the curriculum of
the mining engineering department
of the Oregon Agricultural College
for the second semester, which opens
February 28. Include mine surveying,
special work In assaying, the metal
lurgy of gold and silver, and ore drea-
The mining students are to take a
trip during - the Inter-eemeeter holi
day to the Tacoma Smelter Com
pany's plant, to study Ita operation.
Harry J. Evans, of Itourne, Baker
county, who graduated from the min
ing engineering department at O. A.
C. last year. Is now employed by the
American Mining Company of New
York at Ita mines In Korea.
May Yot Bo Held By County Superln
Undent of School.
SALKM. Or., Feb. 15-r-(Staff Cor
respondencesThe House today
killed Cole's bill, which waa aimed at
the small abstractors and would have
practically put them out of business.
The bill prohibiting County Superin
tendents from conducting summer nor
mal schools failed to pass the House
A Valuable SCIENTIFIC REMEDY for
WEAK and DISORDERED KIDNEYS.
MORROW'8 KID-NE-OID8 sr. a val
uable Kidney Tonic, for Mn, Women
Proscriptions and Family Receipt
Filled With Pure Drugs.
'' Quality and Price Right
CHARHAN & Co.
City Drug Store.
Next Door to Macule Hotel.
Paolfl Pboao II Hoaao Phono 41
LOCAL FISHERMEN WIN
AGAINST LOWER RIVER
MAGOON FIGHTS WINNING BAT
TLE WITH COLUMBIA RIVER
SALEM. Or.. Feb. 15. (Staff Cor
respondence.) The House this after
noon by a close vote killed the Clatsop
county delegations bill which provided
that the close season on the Willam
ette and Clackamas Rivers should con
form with that on the Columbia. Ma
goon, of Clackamas, made a speech In
opposition to the bill. Under the pres
ent bill the Willamette and Clackamas
are closed from March 15 to April 15
and an effort was made to close these
atreania frum..March-1-ta May l.The
bill was lost In face of the fact that
this morning the House agreed to sub
stitute a minority report of Belland.
of Clatsop, favoring the bill for the
majority report of the fisheries com
Chatten'a bill has passed the House
This measure provides that anglers
may fish within two hundred feet of
tho fish ladder at the falls Instead of
six hundred feet as Is provided In the
present law. During the close season
the hook and line men may catch three
salmon each day. The rights of the
gill net fishermen are unchanged by
MAKES MANY LAWS
NO SMOKING IN COUNCIL CHAM
BER, CURFEW AT 8 O'CLOCK,
NO FA8T DRIVING.
ninriatonA Council met Tuesdav ev
ening with all members present. There
were eight ordinances passea, me
City Dads being kept In session until
a late hour.
Ordinance creating a general fund
and providing for payments from It
passed third reading and became law.
Ordinance regulating the width of
sldewalka was referred to street and
public property committee for further
Ordinance fixing salaries recorder
$150. treasurer $50 and marshal $25,
Ordinance forbidding smoking In
Council chamber also passed.
Ordinance fixing regular order of
business and another against fast
driving In village passed.
Committees were appointed as fol
lows: Finance T. C. Howell. F. A!
Ilurdon and F. S. Baker.
Fire and Water F. A. Burdon, F. S:
Baker and T. C. Howell.
Streets and Public Property F. S.
Baker, G. S. Williams and C. A. Bax
ter. Health and Police Brenton Vedder,
T. C. Howell and C. A. Baxter.
Cemetery O. S. Williams, F. A.
Burdon and C. A. Baxter.
An ordinance against spitting In
public buildings and on the sidewalk
was given first reading.
Certain people In Bolds addition sent
In petition asking for the opening of
a 20-foot street and the establUhlng
of three crossings over the S. P. Ry
Referred to the street committee.
The ordinance for tho prevention of
the spreading of contagious disease
waa passed. Also th 8 o'clock cur
Dont Forgot I
Tho Oerman VereTn Masquerade, at
Buach Hall on Saturday evening.
REPRESENTATIVE CHATTEN, who
haa a blli allowing angler to fiah
within 200 feet of th fiah ladder,
Inatead f 600, that ha paaeod the
MEETING OF COUNCIL -CALLS
LITTLE BUSINESS TRANSACTED
EXCEPT TO PUSH ROUTINE
present at the speal meeting called
for Wednesday evening Messrs. An
dresen, Meyzr, Holman, Burke and
Strickland. - - -
The principal matter up for consid
eration was the Improvement on
It seems there are certain matters
In connection with thla Improvement
that are giving the Council more or
less annoyance and It was with a pur
pose of talking these things over that
the meeting was called. Matters were
discussed and the further consldera
tlon deferred to the next meeting.
It.Beema that the home of Judge
Campbell and the woodshed of the
PreRbyterian church were by mistake
built a foot and a bqlf over the alley
line and permission was asked to have
that much of the alley vacated to
save expanse of moving buildings.
As alley Is 26 feet wide, and expense
ould be considerable, request was
asked and property holders to pay ad
vertising expense. Will be granted
by CounclL. - - .
EnRlneer'a report on cost of Center
street' Improvement received. It
showed one assessment of $1010, also
$920 and IS50 assessments. T. P. Ran
dall, 3. E. HedKes and C. Schuebel ap
pointed committee to act with City
Engineer in reviewing assessment.
Sewer at Greenpornt referred to
City Engineer to furnish plans and
specification for same.
The question of an Increase in the
salary of Dr. Norrls as city health of
ficer was called up; he now receives
$7.50 a month. Referred to the health
committee-for" tp portr
ANOTHER OLD SOLDIER
E TO HIS REST
DAVID" ROBESON BURIED WITH
MILITARY HONORS, IN FAM
ILY PLAT AT COLTON.
The funeral services over the re
mains of the late David Robeson, who
died at the home of his son, Charles,
in this city on Monday morning, after
an Illness of about one month of heart
failure, were held this morning at 7
o'clock at the family residence. The
services at the house were conducted
by Meade Post G. A. R.. and the In
terment was In the family plat at CoP
ton, where his wife and son are In
terred, Mrs. Robeson passing away
about three years ago, and the son In
the year of 18S0. At the cemetery
the services were conducted at 1
o'clock by Rev. Cooley, of Estacada.
and many old time friends of the fam
ily attended both services. Before
the departure of the funeral cortege
from this city the casket was draped
In the American flag., The pall bear
ers were old comrades, members of
Meade Post, and were J. J. Gorbett,
G. A. Harding, J. A. Tuft. P. O. Wells,
Mr. Vanllorn and A. Mautx.
BRIDGE THE DIVERSION.
Twenty Ladles Enjoy the Game at
Miss Nell Caufield Home.
The Wednesday afternoon bridge
club was entertained Wednesday af
ternoon In a pleasant manner at the
home of Miss Nell Caufield. at Eighth
and J. Q. Adams atreets. Bridge was
the diversion of the afternoon and
those present voted the affair to have
been a most enjoyable occnslon.
Mrs. J. H. Walker won the first
prize and Mrs. E. C. Baker the sec
ond prize. Lunch was served during
the afternoon. There were twenty
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VAST SUMS OF.OfJH SrflU
And Still There Aro Few Noatt Within
Clackama County That Aro
Worthy of tho
JThe following communication have
been received by the Enterprise In
favor , of a more systematic plan of
road building In Clackamas county. .
The articles are gladly given apace lni
our columns and the hope la expressed
that other tax payers and citizens of
the county may be inspired to send
In their views of this -rery Important
question. Let the agitation go on;
good will come out of it. . When It U
generally understood that a half mil
lion dollars have been expended In the
roads and bridges of this county dur
ing the last four year the tremendous -importance
of the question becomes at
once apparent. The question at once
becomes bigger than any man, and
all this talk about ita being a flgbt
between tho city and country will be
put aside and we must and will look
at It from a business and economical
standpoint. The articles follow:
Editor Enterpriser Under a compe
tent roadmaster it Is possible to sys
tematize the building; of roads, and
when the system Is Inaugurated and
In effect every suburban resident will
be benefitted. Every winter there are
numerous complaints of Inefficient
postal service as rendered by the rural
free delivery carriers, all on account
of lack of system In building trteds.
Good roads mean quicker service, bet
ter service, and In fact the canrlera
can cover more territory, thereby ex
tending the service to many who are
not receiving the accommodation they
Better road;, larKer load; more
profits, larger pockets; Bborter miles,
broader smiles; all of which go to
make life longer and bapuier Wo
have tried the old style of making
roads for the past fifty year now
11 us try a system for five year and
note the difference.
T. P. RANDALL
Editor Enterprise: A few reasons
why road construction in Clackamas
county has not been a auccehs.
It hag been stated that from 33 to
50 per cent of all moneys spent upon
the county roads of Clackamas county
has been wasted, and the statement Is,
without doubt, true, for It proves It
self. One -has only to know the amount
of money-ao-apent and iho-cot- per
mile of macadam road, to at once real
ize the truth of the statement- .
The present so-called monev ryatem
was Inaugurated In ' this co'inty In
1892, and since that time the money
appropriated for, and spent upon the
roads In this county amount. to ap
proximately the enormous sum of two
million dollars; this at $10,0(V) per
mile, which is a liberal estimate, would
give 200 miles of first diss, scienti
fically built macadam trunk road,
whereas, the fact, Is, there Is not. one
continuous mile of such road In the
At 12000; which amount should clear
and turnpike a mile of ordinary dirt
road, wo should have on thousand
miles of uch roads In the county.
We fall short of the realization of
either proposition; probably even the
60 per cent la too small.
Road building Is a science, which
has been jriadually bun' up and de
veloped through two thonsii.l years;
the lawa governing the science of road
building are laid down In numeroua
text books and can be studied and un- -derstood
by those bavin? thu time and
Inclination to learn.
It is only reasonable to stale that
one who has studied an I demonstrat
ed these laws for a number of years
is better qualified to build a road.
than one who has never read of, or
seen demonstrated the proved best
method of road construction.
The essentials of a good wagon rond
1. Easy grades, i
2. Thorough drainage.
3. A hard and smooth surface.
These essentials cannot be secured
without an Instrument, or without a
man behind that Instrument. This
man should also be backed up by
enough money to make his serlces
worth while. ,
Last year there was spent on tho
public roads In this county, approxi
mately, $170,000; but this money was
so scattered that It was sadly Ineffect
ive; the same can be said of the $V
000.000 spent In the last eighteen years
In thla county. . ' '
The reasonable deduction Is that an
engineer, with the proper backing by
the County Court, would show a great
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