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? lotion Morning
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Th .nly dally MwiMPir fce-
tween Portland m4 Salfn; lr
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ma. County, with a population
10.000. Ar you an t1varllrf 4
VOI, 1-No. 38
ORKflON CITY, OREGON, TUESDAY, FEIMUAKY 21, 1911.
Peb Weke, 10 Cemtb
a,MI0 PRtSlOCNT TAFT INVIT
(J HIM TO TAKt THE HELM
IN THE riOHT.
HIOMISfS HIS MORAL KMNCE
...... tl. !,.. I riant Will
Lry Ag'""" 1 r"
Cll er 8'" " Thla
Congr.i. Fall to
iVASIIIN'iTON. Feb. 20-Hpl.-ihn
l"" ri,, Henator Aldrlch la re
ritl mining to tho aid of Pre.l
it Tfi I'1 "" reciprocity
, ctu.lii It ! ald be baa rlt.
I letter " i rrniui'in
R'hrn t h announcement waa mad.
,), (triinlo mat Aiurirn ni s""
Vr to rerlurorii y ruj
lr rommriil Ainncn in wi
gig health, and may noi rriurn,
i..fi...n. k ..iiml iiaa mill
pc any ""lr""
n,r,Mllr l- with ' frl"da.
rht Whii I !" Iad "otnlng
lh letter, and there la apeculatloiie
10 .hi-llKT or hot il "i " P""-
lied There I a rumor m mar
r . . ..... ,,.t. ll.lrlch In lh
Idrlll lii w....- ---
ir and Irulted nun io a i ior rw:i-
Lily ' n,wer
fhe lU'fr aa,a-ali afloat lodaf
lih. ff.rt that If Iho roclprocltf
Liure I l"'"d bla aoaaloo ts
ttidrnl arlil "
try lo Krt It ihronKh thou.
BLIZZARD IN EAST.
L York and Naw England Coaat
PricllclH 8nov.,l Und.r.
IK'A;), III. t. 10 (8l.)
r E no "l I ""' vea waa
Win viitrd ly a var atorm laat
Mil and t"dT and traffic la blocked
11 ronildrraliift iini. nw iuii
th hol Nw Kngland coaat la
lllr lh. fT-t.
OlPHTHtRIA AT ASYLUM.
k. Ct Two Convaiaaeant, ano
PromiM it will Not Sproad.
lAlJTif. Or , rh. 10 (8il.) Tbaro
nin raa of dlphtti.na at tn.
Vlum i wo of ahom aro rtinvaloairoBt
W la a report from tb. official.
rnt thai It ha. ! ChefkaMi
1 will not iproad any fnrtbor.
WO ITOP "LAOUE IN CHINA.
PKIN. China. Fab. 20. (Bpl )
b tovrrnm.nt la finally awako to
nrdi of iho hour and la dolna; all
tu 10 iton lb apcaad of tha plauo.
at! tr. ordered to born tho doad
otbT prw-autlona aro to bo takon.
CHINA NOT AFRAID.
XASIIlNtiTON. roh. 10 (Spl )
Wd rl"n out hero today la to tho
jart that China will dor Ruaala and
It the Chlneao icovernrnent la not
hid of Rniala. and that It thlnka
Ml In only blufflna; In any erotit
FIGHTINQ IN MEXICO.
L PABO. Teiaa. Feb. JO. (Bpl.)
r. i ia:,1 to bo flchtlOE botaroon
lar and Inmirroctoo aoulhoaat of
Pu Orinde, Chihuahua. Taora haa
d fighting all day but returna aro
TO ' FORTIFY CANAL.
NVASIIIMJTON. Feb. 20. (Spl.)
Ii laid that there will bo three
llllon dollar, appropriated tor tho
ctlnn of defenao for tho Penama
(nal. The atatement In Congreaa to-
railed forth cheora.
WILL SEND IN TROOPS
lX)NrK)N. Feb. 20. A apoclal dla
I'ch from Ht, Teteraburg aaya a mm-
li current that a whole army corpa
36,000 Ii preparing to roorctipy Kul
i dim riot of C'hlnoao Turka.tan.
Mr.. D.nlion Burled tundiy.
The ftinernl aervlcoa over tho ro-
Pln of Mr.. John Donlaon woro
I'd Sunday afternoon at tho family
pidenr t Clnd.tono, Rer. A. 11
uiKey having charge of tho aorvlcea
i ha Interment waa In the Clacka
cemetery, and many frlonda of
w.iied and of the family Itlond
oti Simply Got To
)"ur Invlt.tion to i th birgalna
f? ,r off.rlng during th laat wk
r t ci.in Up Sal. Tim I flrW
"9 Ihort- dont mlaa thla aalenallal aV
rtunHy of procuring high elaaa in--pnindli,
at low el... .Htaa. Sarin
hu.. . . r
o uk otMri .
th anal Main 41
POPE IS GETTING BETTER.
Phy.lol.n. Attending HI. Holln...
Batl.fl.d With Condition, i I
HOME. rl. 19 Tho l'o.o'a condl
lion I. very antlafactory to hi phyal-
rlan.. Dr. Ktloro Marchlafava. tho
ootiaiillliiK phyaUInn, paid hi. uaual
weekly vl.lt lo hi. hollnea. tx.y, nd
found lilm comparatively well, con.ld
erliij hi. rex-cut condition,
Ikr. Marchlfava romineniled th pre
cautionary mea.ura. In order to pro
vent a relapao and advl.ed that audi
nice, ahould not bo re.uiueU tomor
row. Judge Groaacup T.Ik, of Lincoln.
M A N8FIKIJ), Ohio, Feb. 20
"Another IJncoln la tho ned of the
country today," waa the auhmanco of
au addrea. dllverid laat wek by
JuiIk I'eler H. (iromwup of CMcano
lie w.a the principal .peaker at a
celebration In mmnorr of a nieotlnx In
Matuflelj In IHT.g. In which, for tho
flrt time, Uncoln waa named for tho
prealdency of tho United Htatea.
Twilight La.guo on Again.
AIJIANY. Or, Feb. 1J. I'lana are
helm formulated for tho reornanlxa
(loii of tlm Albany Twilight Ilaaoball
Ixhriio for the ciniilriK aeaaon.
Thl. Ii'atie, formed of all tram.
repre.entliiK local achMila and other
organization., played out a mo.t auc
cueaitful arhedule luat year and anoth
er ajood aeaaon la In pro.)Mct. 1'hree
game, aro played each week, afier
working hour. In thn early evening.
TWO BOYS' BRIGADES
TO BE INSTITUTED
REV. CHA6- W. ROBINSON INTER
ESTED IN DOING FOR YOUNG
MEN OF OREGON CITY.
The rector of the Eplaropal church,
Rev. C'haa. V. Hobln.on, ha. lutere.t-
ed the people of hla congreg.llon In
the organlxatlon of A I toy. Ilrlgade,
and a brigade wa. In.tltuled H.tur-
d.y ulght. Thl. brigade la not to be
exclu.lve with tho Kplacopal church.
but alt boya who wl.h will le made
welcome; and It la not Intended that
an effort will bo made to make them
Kplacopallan later. One hundred
boya aro wanted and there are to bo
two companle organlied.
Tho purpoao la to give the boya a
good drill and to aurround them with
healthy moral aurroundlnge. Two
Friday ularhta In each month aro to
be devoted to th drill, and Woodman
hall on Seventh atreol ha. beon ae
rurod for th drill room. Ther will
tie buglera and a drum corpa and bug
le, and drum have been ordered.
Ijiter there will bo tun. and kahkl
At tho out.nt membere of th Sen
ior Ilrotharhood of 8L Andrew will
act aa comaalaatonod officer, but later
boy of th corp. will t given tbo
placea aa they aro fitted for tho dut
to. . Ror. Roblnaon will bo at tho
head of tb work, lie baa had large
tporlence with boya and la th found
er of St. Martin a boy college, In Phila
delphia, a achool that took Into It th
boy who were offered no opportunity
In any otbor achool. lie waa It presi
dent ontll he camo her a few weoka
One corpa haa been organiioa ana
he non-commlBBloned officer r a
follow.: Flrat aargent, Kant iwoooy;
lecond aargent, Chaa. IleaUe; third
argent, John Hoatle; orporala. York
Unmmond. Irwin Kvana, rrana nm
and Olen Seoley. , Thor will bo mor
officer when th cond corp. I or-
Tho boya who hav ao tar enron-u
are: Joe iieagea, w auer jum, -
Moore. Ooo. Rooa. Albert Moor. Ken
neth paweon, Olen Jeremiah, Walter
Rooa. well Campbell, Donald Sllcox.
Kdward Dungy, Gerald Park. Loall
Wllla. Robert Beatl. Dewy Knigor,
tioward Dawaon. John Moyera, Fair-
fai Meyera, Bdmond Bollack, Victor
Meyer. Arthur Freiae. rrank t-nam-plon.
Dewey Urnmond. Leonard Nut
t.ll Jamoa McOoehan, Jodl Miller.
Carnott Spencer knd Floyd Eporly.
Th mow who will aaatai in n"i
thing to moving are Me-.ra r.onr
Chpman. Carl Joohnk and Will
Tlia hr law are not compioieo a.
r.t and It la Hot known Juit what
nam will b chon th organlia-
NEW AUTO FIRM.
Sell Old and No Cira, Repair
and Rant Car.
Mnrt Park ha handed In hi re.lg
nation aa mechanic for C O. Miller
.nd haa accepted a partnorahlp with
C O Elliott In eatahllahlng gara
and general repair ahop, which i will bo
located In the naming -
Fifth atreot between Main .
Th roting men win act a. "
. o.rH motor cara In conjunction
I.M t - - .. .
Ith Huntley Broa. vo., mo
" . ,
n I W . II i biiu W I . v...
full alock of Ford part. 1 ney w...
..i in n and aecond hand automo-
mi., mniomvclo and blcyclea. and
aimnlloa ana acceoaorioe iui
t.i' f -
Th.v will alao hav cara lor nire
wk niit and day. and will no doubt
ura-a,w - - . . . -
do well In thl aa thy ar doib pyn
drlvr, having drlvn car In this city
for a numbr of year. Th young
.r. hntv. member of highly re-
apncte! famllle. In thla city and hav
a hoet of frlonda to wlh them auccee
In thelf ufiflanaKing.
atAwa r.luh to Be Formd.
Thr will b a gathering of young
hoya in th parlor. Of th M. B. church
.v.- .w.nin. for th onrpoee of or-
ganlaln. a boya1 club. AI boya b
tween )0 and H are eligible. In c.a
tky are not mmbr of (o- almllM
l.lli... k. o V the tachra and
organltor of tb Portland Y. M. C
a will He nreaent to aaUt In th m
.n.ti nt the nrd'or. Th paator.
Rev. -nmmannan; ba brn At worl
rrfawtlnr nlan. for thla organlxatlorl
for om Uttl tlm and hop to raah
a uccea of th undrtaing.
M MASQUE BALL
OF GERMAN VEREIti
BUSCH HALU WITH ITS SEA OF
MASKERS PRESENTS A VERY
Th grand ma.que ball given by tho
German Vereln at Ilu.ch'a hall laat
Saturday night waa a decided aucceaa.
The mualc wa furnl.hed by an or-
he.tra of aeven piece compoaed of
ome talent eicept two and theae
were from Portland. Many of tho
latest dancea were furnl.hed by theae
musician, and the merry dancer
danced until a late hour. Many gro
tesque and pretty coatumeo were
worn. At an early hour people com
menced to arrive In the hall and by
o'clock the floor waa filled with
ma.ker. and at 10:30 tho maaka were
remved whep many more attending
njoyed the dance. Tbo orchoatra
waa liberal with Ita mualc. and re-
uonded to all th encore. Thl waa
on of the moat enjoyable balla ever
given by the German Vereln. and ev
erything went off with a anap abowlng
tho. in charge of tho affair had
pared no paina In carrying out tho
program of tho evening. During the
evening punch waa aerved In dining
room. Many apectatora were in at
The commltteea tn charge of the
ball were compoaed of tho following:
General committee H. w. Streblg,
L. Nobel, D. H. Klomaen, Chrla Hart-
man, P. J. Winkle.
Reception committee Ferainana
Miller. 8r, Guatav Schnoor.
Floor committee reter Kiooetra,
Frank llopp. Harry Seller.
Among thoae enmaak, and the char
acter aaaumed, aro tho following:
Cow Girl." Mia Meyer; 'Domlnoa,-
Mla Rnglebrecht. Milton Price, and
II. Ganong; 'Painter," Henry Vonder
ahe; "German Girl." Mlaa Kilmer;
Jaoaheae Girl." Mra. U Ruconlch;
Comic." Mra. Ihman; "Tramp," Mr.
Uhmia: "Prle.t" Mr. Heckler;
-Spanl.h Cavalier," Ed Schoenhelni;
-Flower Olrl." Ml. IJ"le Mcnoen-
heln. and Dulln Scott; "Maud Muel-
l.r" Ml.. Flora 8ellor: "Mexican
Girl," Ml.a Ina Bmlng; "Ea-ul
maui." Mlaa Streblg; "Riding Club
Mra. Streblg. Mra. Paulina Schwarta.
Mra. Ruaaell: "Unci Sam, Jonn
Knapp and J. C. Knapp; "Fancy Co
tume," Krma Lehman ana i neo ioe
well: "Po.t Card,'' Mr, nenry lien
inaam- "Ton.v." Mra. Hoop; r-ar-
mer," Jamea Partlow; "Da.her Olrl."
Mra. GUI Ruaaell; "Yellow Kia. iir
Oeorae Campbell: "Jap ldy," Mra
Rarah Hendereon:. "Row and Arrow
furl." Mlaa Hilda Ford; "College.
Girl." Mlaa Cynthia Pace; "Dinah,'
Mra. J. D. I"ke; "Jew," A. cannon;
iii.rw Hand." Geo. R. Mieiko; "An
lat," Henry Vonderane.
A Young Cartoonlat.
Tho aketchlnga In tho ahow wlndowa
Of Richard Bchoenborn on Heventn
atreot aro attracting no little alien
tlon of thoao palng by, which la tho
work of their aon, Henry, who recent
Iv had both limb broken while paint
ing at th Willamette Pulp aV Paper
Company, and hla future aa a carioon
(at la bright. Richard Schoonborn'a
brother, Auguat, waa th dealgnor and
architect of many of the government
building at Waahlngton. D. C. and at
tho tlm of hi death wa among th
beat of architect.
Given to Mlaa Edith Cheney, Who I
Soon to Marry.
Th Gypalea met at th home of
mi.. Zlda Goldsmith on rotineentn
and Main atreot Saturday night, th
afralr being a handkerchief ahower
for Ml Rdim Cniy; W PottlttM;
JUSTICE AND "DOING IT GOOD."
I ' I BARGAINS I
Wj MARKED JOWwl ' Mgt
formerly of thl city, who.e marriage
will occur In April to Mr. Thomaa
Keith, of Portland. Many beautiful
handkerchief were presented to the
brtde-eloct. Mualc and Five Hundred
were the main featurea of the evening,
tho prize for five hundred, a handaome
handkerchief, being awarded to Mis.
Helen Iaulton. A luncheon waa
aerved, and tho table decoration, were
Present were Ml.a Veda Wllll.m.
Mlaa Kdith Cheney. Mlaa Almeo Bol
lock. Mlaa Chi Pratt. Mlaa Boo Daul-
ton. Mlaa Helen Ikaulton. Mlaa Marjor
lo Caufleld. Ml. Raum, of Portland,
Mra. M. D. Itourette. Mr. U. A. Mor
rla, Mra. Walter Wells.
TEACHERS WHO WIN
IN COUNTY EXAMS.
LIST OF SUCCESSFUL TEACHERS
WHO CAME THROUGH WITH
County School Superintendent pary
haa juat announced the namee of the
ucceaaful candidate for county pa
per The examination wore bald in
Oregon City about 10 day o. Here
after, under the new law, th paper
will be graded In Salem. The suc
cessful teacher are:
First grade Jamea M. Park. Allca
K. Rltter. Philip E. Coleman. HatUe
Grace Drown. Job. Y. Rethnne. Maude
M. Maaon, Delia K. MatUey, Rick An
d rer aon. Eatella McGetchle, Inza R,
Thompson Wood. A. M. Winn, Emllle
C. Shaw. Irne Carter.
Second grade Jean A. Maxwell, I
bella T. Mann. Mra Ada Jolley. Ther-
eaa Dthler, Ruth M. Green. Lola E.
Gerald. Lola F. Walker, Anna Ootrred
aon. Lla Reexl. Frl H. Kocher, Fran
clg Potter, Marian Humbel. Bessie M
lewia, Alicia Pearl Horner, Mary E.
Yoder, Ethel E. Sharpe.
Third grade Harry H. Hargreave
Charlea T. 8levera. OHv It. Mortl
more. Jeaalo M. Maxwell, Genevieve
Canen. Tlllle Knudteon, Paulino
Forboo W. Koaa raion. enei n
Gllnea, Thomaa IKllng.
MOR RO WS
A Valuable SCIENTIFIC REMEDY for
WEAK and DISORDERED KIDNEYS.
MORROW'S KID-NE-OIOS aro a val
uable Kidney Tonic, for Men, Women
Proecriptloo aad Family Receipt
rilled With Pure Drag,
Quality aad Price Right
CHARttAN Cl Co
CHy rwfl Mere.
Neatl Door to lawtoU Hotel.
RAISED THIS SUMMER
O. W. P. OFFICIALS PROMISE COM
PANY WILL DO WHAT IS RIGHT
IN THE MATTtR.
Council recognize that aoraethlng
must be done In tbo matter of raising
he road leading to Canemah that
part of It, at least, thai la within the
city. It cannot be permitted to let
matter go on and tho road overflow
every time there Is a email freahet
and the people living In Canemah be
nut to Inconvenience and loea.
With that thought In -view council
man Burke made a inp u i-onuou
thla week to aee offlclala of tho O. W.
P.. who in tho manner of their Im
provement in that part of town have
made It poealblo for the overflow com
The offlclala of the company ex-
preased a wtlllngnesa to do whatever
la right in the matter and referred
Councilman Burke to Tom Sullivan,
ho la in charge of the construction
work for tho company in thla aeciloa.
Councilman Burke took Mr. Sullivan
over the ground and the two decided
that It would b necessary to raise
tho roadbed two feet, to coniorm lo
he raiae In tho height of tne oam.
Mr Sullivan aaya that he la ready to
do what la best In tho matter and that
th people ahall have no cause for
complaint against hla company; that
ha will take un the mauer wilu iua
engineer of the road and find out
Juat what la necessary to do. what It
will coat and how long u "i
do it and then corner runner -nu
Council In tho matter.
In case the road la raiseo. iwo vr
three feet It win oe J
change the gradea in the atreet for
some distance each way and thla will
require the work of an engineer to
There haa been tarn oi u.--
measure in cane iub
to do Ita part and It may be having ita
effect. At any rate the company now
promise to do ita pari, ami -j
1 t . -nl,nil in. 1st It
once; memoei. ui
must be done the coming ".."-
It Is unfair to ask the people of t ane
mah to go through thla trouble anoth
SOPHOMORE CLASS BANQUET.
M.mbera. Faculty ano tn. '
An Ev.nlng Wltn cta.s
tw. a.mhnmnra class of the Hlgn
School gave a banquet In VV . O w. ,
hall Saturday evening to which they
had Invited member and friend,
preceding tho banquet there was a
program and the evening uu
v . . . - the most
eventa proven w on - - -enjoyable
In the history of the achool.
Grand March. lea oy ---and
Bothwell Avlaon; address. Claaa
Spirit" Prof. Tooxe; piano aolo, Mar
lon Money; recitation. Eula Schuebel;
aong Sophomore liiee tiuo ui, ac
companied by Mia Caufleld.
Th. h.ll and tho dining room were
decorated with class colors and ever-
greena. with pennant on mo w.u
n....h .a. aerved during the even
Ing. After the program came tho
banquet at which all member ot me
faculty wore called on for apeeche.
Tk. rn-ara of the class and the edi
tor of the Hoeperlan also made short
-HITS THE PIKE
For th Reeervatlon aa Soon aa Re
loaoed, Doe W.rr.n Bralnerd.
Warren Bralnerd. an educated Indian
who la a carpenter by trade but who
haa been hanging around tho city and
It U charged get whiskey for other
of hi race, wa again In th lockup
fot tMt Often. Recorder Stipp aen-
fenced him to a fine of f 4 and 25 day
In jail, and he waa locked up the last
of tho week. Monday ho asked for
permission to go back to hi tribe,
paid hi. rloo and the Jail aentence
wa su.pended during good behavior.
Dralnerd la evidently tired of the
Jail for aa soon as released he "hit
the pike" for the reservation and haa
not boeQ seen since. It la said ho I
good carpenter and when once at
work dcH-a a good atroke at It until he
get that whiskey taste In hla mouth
that brings him Into civilization (?).
BADLY RUPTURED SUNDAY.
Log Get. B.tter of Him. Making Visit
to Hospital Necessary,
Roland Fosberg, clerk In the Bright
bill grocery store on Main atreet, was
seriously Injured Sunday at hla home
near Willamette. He waa rolling a
log at the time and In some way tho
log got the start of him and In hla
effort to control It lifted when In an
awkward position, rupturing himself
So serious waa the Injury, and ao
grave the danger from the wound,
that be waa at once taken to tho hos
pital in Portland and an operation per
formed. At laHt accounta ho waa rest
ing easily with prospecta for a speedy
DEED OF VALOR TOLD
IN BROriZE OR MARBLE
STATUE TO BE ERECTED IN COURT
HOU8E 8QUARE IN MEMORY
OF LOCAL FIREMEN.
If ihe plana of the membera of the
alx fire companies In Oregon City do
not miscarry the court house square
will bo adorned with a marble statue
of a life-alzed figure of a fireman.
The 12 men, two from each company,
are working heroically to raise suffi
cient money to obtain a monument
that will be an everlasting credit to
the firemen and to th city and coun
ty. George Griffith, who waa delegat
ed to go to Portland and make Investi
gations of the prices and character of
a suitable monument, reports that a
life-sized figure, In marble, alx feet
and alx Inchea In height, can be pur
chased for $1000, and that a almilar
figure In bronr. will coat a little more.
Thla ia aside from the baae, in which
It la proposed to Install a drinking
fountain, and the officers of the
Clackamaa County Humane Society
are co-operating with the firemen a
committee tq obtain the monument
It la proposed tq place the monument
directly in front of the gate In the
court house square, fronting the step
leading to the door of the court
house. The alx companlea have each
appropriated $25 and with a nucleus
of $150, the committee la encouraged
to proceed with ita work. Next Friday
evening another committee meeting
will bo held In the Fountain Hose Co.
rooms, at which Mayor Brownell and
E. G. Caufleld. of tho Claqkamaa Coun
ty Humane Society, will be present.
BURGIM 0:iTHE HILL
... .. i
GUI A BAD SCARE
EFFECTS ENTRANCE THROUGH
WINDOW BUT IS DISCOVERED
AND DRIVEN AWAY.
The home of Mra. Maggie Draper,
on the hill, wa visited by borglar
at an early hour Saturday morning,
The burglar Was frightened away by
the Inmates before he had an oppor
tunitr to secure any booty.
Shortly after midnight a. daughter
of Mra. Draper waa awakened py some
one pushing up the window to her
hedroom. Waking up ana loosing
around she discovered a roan about
half way Into the room, coming In
ttimufh the window. She at once et
up a shout, calling for help in a loud
and excited voice. The burglar aw
at once that his entrance was not to
be effected noiselessly and he quickly
fl,d- ' t. ji
Feeling that the man waa as badly
scared as themselves, and arguing that
tt would be a long time before he
would dare try It again, no report wa
m,ta to the oollce and ao there wa
no plan set on foot for the capture of
the man, whoever he was.
PLAN FOR ENTERTAINMENT.
Epworth League Votes 130 to Foreign
Mission at Bu.me.a ruraim.
The member of the Epworth League
of the M. E. church met in regular
business session In the parlor or me
church last night. Several matter of
Importan' buslneea were transacted.
Among other thing it waa deciaea 10
Improve the league meeting room, to
the extent of redecorating the walls
and woodwork and re-carpetlng me
floor. It wa alao decided to aend $30
to foreign missions.
Active nrenaratlons are under way
for an entertainment to be held In the
Are you not awr that CLAIR MONT offer you a Opportunity the
1 not 6ftrd every d.yT WHY PAY RENT and work out all yotir -lit
Think th matter ovr at onoe nd oe-n and talk with tt.
W can held you jet home. 4 a'mail payment down and 10 per
month. Writ for elroular.
W. i. SCHOOLEY Cfc CO.
Phono, Main SO. A-154. S1I Main PL, Or0n City.
WHERE CHILDREN HAVE PASSED
TROUGH THE DISEASE THEY
MAY ATTEND, HOWEVER.
HEALTH OfflCOl LAYS DOWN RULE
Prof. Too. Doe. Not Wl.h to Work
Hard. hip pn Pupil Where It la
Found to Bo Unn.c
eeeary. There haa been more or less trouble
and annoynance from measles tn tho
public schools the paat few weeka and
it haa been a case of how to handle
the matter with the leant Injury to
those pupil living In homes where
brothers or sisters are 111 and at the
same time protect those who have not
had the disease.
It ha not seemed right to keep pup
ils out of school who have had the dis
ease, from the reason It la doubtful
f It can be carried In the clothing.
And it did seem unwise to permit
those who had not had the diseaae,
but had been exposed, to continue In
attendance aa It wa uncertain how
soon they might come down in the
school room and infect the whole
room. A conference waa had between
Superintendent Tooze and Health Of
ficer Norrla, Monday, and the Super
intendent gave out thl atatement:
Acting upon authoritative advice the
public schools have refuaed to permit
children living In bomea where the
measles prevailed to attend achool,
though they might have had them In
some time paat. After consultation
he health officer authorize the fol
lowing atatement aa a guide In the
matter of contagion from meaale for
'Henceforth children who have
had thla disease meaalea may . at
tend achool upon the atatement from
a physician or satisfying proof from
parent that they have recovered from
the same at some past time.
'No child, however, will be allowed
to remain In achool during th time In
which there are other In the aame
house that are alck with thl dlaeaae
If he haa not had it, because the lat
ter la likely to be taken alck in tn
warm room with other children and
thus transmit It to many.
'AU pupils who have been alck with
the meaale must preeent satisfactory
evidence to the health office or phy
sician who will furniah certificate of
health, or to the auperlntendent of
schools that they have fully passed
the danger point of tranamltting the
contagion before they will be permit
ted to re-enter and remain In achpol.
Thla authority doe not extend to
any other disease than the m eaa lea."
UNDERWRITERS SAY YES
Commercial Club May Build on Let
Oppo.lt Court Houe.
The Underwriter, who paaa on In
surance risks and have much to say
to what may and what may not be
built in congested district have given
permission . for the erection . or tne
Commercial Club quarter acroa from
th Court House In thl city.
The building ia to be of frame and
glass, and will be on the lot adjoining
the Weinhard block. I,t will contain a
suit of room for the offtcea of the
Commercial Club aa alao ahow room
for th product ot Oregop tn general
and Clackamaa county In particular.
Stranger will be hown tho display
kept on exhibition, and from tho office
they will be supplied with literature.
RECEIVES THE BANNER
COMMITTEE FROM PORTLAND
LODGE BRINGS IT AND HANGS
if IN LOCAL LODGE ROOM.
Monday night wa. a gala day in
Willamette Council Knight and Lad
les of Security, The laat quarter of
1910 the local council secured tne
greater number of pew membera. of
any council In the tate, and In doing
so won the banner that la given over
for keeping to the lodge doing ao for
the succeeding three months. On that
occasion Unity council of Portland,
that ha held the banner the past
three month; aent a committee to
Oregon City to deliver the banner, aad
the local council had prepared to re
ceive lt Following the banner pre
sentation ceremony there wa a ban
quet and a social good tlm.
At the close of 1910 there were
100,383 member and 11.831.&90 aar
plus. Th order had paid In benefits
aad death loaaea $7,551,617. There
are 200 member" In Oregon City and
the order Is growing very faat. There
la a elaaa of 60 In preparation for Initiation.