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twee Portland and Salens olrou-
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.VOl- 1-No. 42
OHEQON CITY, OREGON, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, .1911,
Peb Week, 10 Cents
BEST VETOES 72
JOY RIDING AGAIN.
House and 2 Lots $600
KANSAS CITY ADDITION
TROUBLE FOR OUR
a PjaJKajajaj Bga. aVallBaMBSaWaWallllliaBjaaaB
OUT OFTOTAL 233
roU" 000 0A0 MEASURES GO
TO SCRAP PILE, WITH MANY
4 OTHER PIT, SCHEME.
1CIIE RIVER MOSOPOIY IS K11ED
H Dn a Busy Wotk With th
Cloilna Dsys Flllsd With
HAI-K.M. Or., K. 24. (Bpl.) Gov
nr Weal haa word of vetoing
1; (,111. oiii of a unaslblo 233. : In this
L hu iifitiitrtl lo follow .the ex-
IrrMli'ii "f h" lM'lo In past refer
Lduin iiirnmtrra. Among Iho mean-
vfHw.1 are Uio jour road mess-
. . . ,1...... .una.! I .1 Ihd an.
tp, HOI I'll" HI t iii-iii iiiv-uh ii.w - V
oval of Hi Executive.
I In Hie matH'r or spproprisnonB rui
r (tic Cuvcrnor liaa a total , to hla
In lh mutter or iiaiiina ill inn iwu
... ihi ilovornor atayed with the
rikm of ' ImoI'Io l tba referendum
I vniril TinI Novomber. r
Th mtoiiil choice bill la among
I, hli h ih Governor failed lo
nrtl.Mi K bluntly ho does not b-
bvr In n wan having a aecona cnic,
If ho hi thinks no suouiu seep u
himself: S !" the bill forbidding
Lt an office holder may sell supplies
lh Kinio or lo a wiaio.ini.iiiu. ion.
it haa I n a busy week for the
Vvrrniir and ha """ consrletv
bm work.. t '
it Statu- of tho Lorlmor Caao, lev
. turlng a Vota on It. ',.
r cam- of S-imur Urlmer naa nnai.
bern mndf unfinished business In
. I. I 1. 4 M MIIM
b B-nri nnu mw uim uw
Co uin It or mako a ahow by fill
Wtrrlna If thla laat la dona mora
kn oiio 8i'imtor mny aoa hla flnlah
. .1 I. ll 1.1 n I A 1.1 1 1
IIDf OUirOllll. HIIU Ifc Uimj umy iw
Viiurh Ih" iiroiwiHlllon to oloct 8on
bra br dim t vote of tha popia.
Not In Thlt Saaalon Than In tha
VaHTSUTOV. Kob. 2. (8pl.
ih rarh day th bollof growa airong
that if thla Ongroaa falla to paaa
i I'rrntdmlt rorlnrorlty moaaura
El ih rxtra aeaalon aura to coma
it la known there la more lib-
Illiy In ihe new membera to coma
Rhan lo aome who wilt pna out.
L SCHOOL APPP.OPRIATIONS
ilvo Gov. Woat'a Approval' Kacopt
at.irf.nl' Travollna Cxoanaoa.
Ill vl nr l"eh. 14 (8nl.) k.
lt la anld to have approved all the
Iroprlaitona for (Mate achooia aa-
tlhe rlanae relatlva to traPim
nwa for atudrnta for Ihe normal
hlnnniouth. Tha U. of O. ta Ita
noo for It medical department at
UaM.-r .. '
EXPOSITION WORK STARTS.
ictora Call In Plrat rnatallmant 0
AN FIIANCI8CO. Feb. IS. The dl
nri of tho Pnnama Paclflc Kxpoat
Company railed In today tho flrat
ir'rfiit Itiatallment of the $7,600,
bond Imhuo aubacrlbed by tho cltl
i of Ran Franrlaeo. . ,
ho money . la for tho purpoao of
(lag tho active work of prepara
for lht- world'a fair In ISIS. ,
IPANESE TREATY RATIFIED.
t Took But Two Houra lo Put It
A8HIN(iTON. Feb. 24. (8pD
Bonati. ratified the Japaneae
y tonlnlit after an eaecutlvo aea-
of two houra' duration. The
crn aenalorn did not flint tho
y but they did expraaa their
itude liHt It let down tho bara.
to Bo Built at Saattle, Aoeount
pATTLE. WaHh., Fob. 24 (8pl.)
.2 atorv vvrinur tnat Meaiiie
to let from K V Smith la aald to
wm off. The Seattle building
f'mant lnixfd ao many reatrlo-
I that It la anlH amllk nnrm de
a.ma inclib'nt forever cloaed. .
jhavc just received a 1 rge
Jment direct from the fc
of the celebrated JOHN
fTETSON and The
M-AMETTE HATS for
t; maae exclusively for
7 the JohnB. Stetson Co.
aaelphla. Hats that have
ftamp of style and char-
Don't fail to see them.
tee Br otficf r.
Not Like Otaera
and Main Sta. '
NEW DANCING CLUB
IS BEIIiG ORGANIZED
COMMITTEE WILL PASS ON APPLI
CATIONS AND SAY WHO MAY
ATTEND ON INVITATION.
-A - duttclug - club- la . being orgalilaed
In thla rlty, the rommlttee In charge
blug compoaid of Harry B. Draper,
r. t'lydn Mount and M. D. Itourette.
The mwnberahlp committee la com-
lioaed of three, the namra of which
are wlthhi'id. it la tne intention oi
the club to limit the memberahlp to
about CO, and Invitation have already
been laaued Inviting thooe to whom
aent to become one of the membera,
many of whom have reaponded. All
are to report before tha flrat of March
ao tba further arrangement for the
aerlea of nartlea can be arranged. Tba
following date have been decided up
on for the holding of tha dnnclng par
tita, which are- to be held Hn-the
lliiftch hall: March. . April 6, May
4, and May 25. and probably one will
be given during the month of June.
Among the rulea to be followed by
Ihe membera are aa followa: Mem
berahlp fee la to bo 15, thla to be uaed
In the defraying of the expenaea of the
dne-a to tie given; aecond, gentle-
man la entitled to bring one lady and
no mora; third, out-of-town gueaia will
be permitted only to attend dance up
on Invitation, approved by the com
mittee, and he la permitted to bring
one lady, but no mora.
The name of the organisation win
be known aa tha Willamette Club, and
already many of thoae who are to bo
memliera are very entnuaiaauc, ang
are planning for good tlmea that are
to be given in tne near iuiure. me
beat of mualc will bo aecured for tha
LISTED FOR U. OF 0.
TRIANGULAR CONTEST HAS MUCH
OF INTEREST TO SCHOOLS ON
THE PACIFI6 COAST.
EUOKNK. Feb. 24. Tho TnlvetaTty
of Oregon thla year panicipaiea m
four debatea with alaler Inatltutlona.
Tha debate which probably holda
moat Intereat on the Pacific Coaat la
the triangular debate between Oregon,
Washington and Stanford Vnivera
Idea which fa held aimultaneoualy at
Eugene, Seattle ana mauiuru, mnu
at ttach Inatltutlon la repreaented by
an affirmative and a negatlva team,
the negatlyo debating away from homo
and tho affirmative remaining at
homo. The queation tor aeoaie 1-
Renolved. that tho united Biatea
ahould catabllHh ar'ayaiera 01 anipin.uii
aubatdlea." .. .t
Tho aecond debate la wun mo iju.
...r.u. t iitah. which will be held
. . . .1.. ititia nt March In Bait
Uko City, upon tho aamo queation ot
The other debate la a Woman a dual
debate with the Unlveralty of Waah
lagton. which will bo upon tho Federal
iMAnmA Tit. . w '
' Tba prcecnt triangular league be
tween Stanford, Oregon and Waahlng
ton -waa effected 'during tho proaent
rear, upon the withdrawal of the Unl-
veralty or laano irum iu
weat Tralosular League laat fall.
STRONG MEN WANTED.
1... il.hiiraiJOh Will
Haarara About i auno y
1 ., . 1 tt,a, naatnr of tho FreaDy
torlan church. Rov. Undabjlb. J"
been reading tha accounta In tho dally
praaa concerning, what haa been golnj
.t h. meetina- of tho leglalaturo in
Salem. Ho will preach Sunday morn
ing on "Strong. Watonrui,
Men." Thafa tho kind that
-a .. a.t.m a nit nna who haa followed
ho doinga of that body thla winter
can acarco but talk on tho
n....o in thai tnnlo from which Mr.
Landaborough will preacn; and ho la
in a poaltlon bo that ho may talk to
aome purpoao aa ho no doubt will on
Bnnitif mornlna. 'mere wore
of that rlaa of men at Salem, but It
mlKbt bo wine to Increase the precent
age. .- . ;.
Paat Noble Grand of the Order En
tertain the Memberahip.
" There waa a banquet to the Kebek
aha of the city Friday evening In Odd
Fellowa hall In tho Willamette build
ing, whlrh proved an enjoyable occa
alon... The paat noble granda of the
order, of which there are 22, were
loKtennea nt a banquet which proved
one of the moat pleaaant evenlnga ev
er aHnl by the order In thla city.
There waa a abort meeting In the
early evening, followed tiy a chicken
aupper gotten up In the dainty manner
for which theae good ludlea are noted.
After the enjoyment of the apread tho
evening waa apent In a aoclal way,
with aeveral mualcal numbera by mem
bera. Mr a. a 11 Cooper aang, aa did
alao Mlaa Monia, while Mlaa Florence
Grace gave aeveral recitation. All
were well received and added to tho
plcaaurca of the evening.
NEW FAD, WHICH
GOOD FOR PARTICIPANTS.
PORTLAND. Or.. Feb. 24. (Spl.)
Surf bathing In winter haa become a
favorite amuaeme.nt with Multnomah
Club membera of thla city and a apo
dal train of club members and their
women friend will o to the beach at
flearhart today for the aecond dip la
the ocenn thla winter.
There will be no leu than 100 de
votee of the aport make tho trip and
hla number la likely to be augmentea
largely by-the time tho excursion take
place bocauae of tho growing interest
In the winter awlma. Swimming will
be In the open o-ean for tho moat
nart. although aome racea are aet tor
the tank at the hotel.
Arthur Cavlll. awlmmlng inatracior
at the club Art Allen, and a few other
atrong awlmmera, will venture out be
yond the line of breakera and dlaport
In the open ocean, to mo oeugni 01
the big oarty of alghtaeera who will be
lined up on the beach. A large num
ber cf men and women will bo In the
aurf. jumping rollera and having all
the fun tjoaalble in a peraonai nanu-iu-
hand contest with old Neptune.
Racea In tho hotel tanK inciuae iuu-
i.r.t arraKh and 100-yard nanaicap
racea; 100-yard racea for women awfm
mer; fancy awlmmlng and fancy dlr-
Ina conteHia; bllndroid race.
Many people wouia no "
nlunno Into the ocean In midwinter
but those who tried It at Chrlstmaa
time riked It ao well that they have
Induced a large numDer 01 me r
rrunita tn venture In the laat of thla
week and aurf bathing now promlsea
to become an all-year-rouna diversion
for poople of the pacific Northwest
HORSE BECOMES FRIGHTENED.
Two Ladlaa From the Country In Ac
cident, One injuroa.
'Mra. J. W. Draker, who realdea at
nmanwmd about two mllea from
thla city. mPt with a painful accident
...tarriav. She In company" with. Mra.
Campbell came to thla city In a bug
gy and the horse became frightened
n .th. mornlna- while on fhelr way
here, and broke tho bridle, but tho
nn aware nf the broken brl-
dlo proceeded to their homo In tho af-(
ternoon, and were paaHiug
enth atreet opposite tho Duane Ely
whan the horsa commenced to
back. Tho bridle being broken tho
wr unahle to control the
aimat and Mrs. Braker waa thrown
from the vehicle, tho wheel, paaalng
over her head, Inflicting a,, painrui
She waa taken to tho Ely atoro,
where her Iniurlea were attended to
by Mr. Ely and hla two clerk a, Mlaa-
Belle uray ana ,jni" ii"i riw
and the Injured woman waa able to
resume her Journey, Mra. Campbell
Chatten'e Willamette River Bill Saved.
Representative Chatten'B bill regu
lating flahlng on the Wlllametta River
haa been given tho Banctlon of tho
Oovornor and permitted to become a
IS THE CHARGE MADE
YOUNG LAD RIDES AWAY WITH A
LIVERY HORSE, GOING TO
EASTERN OREGON WILDS.
Mellmurne Evaos, aon of Mr. and
Mrs. Evans, who formerly Teslded In
this city and who moved to Portland
about two years ago, was placed under
arrest at Liberal on Thursday, on. the
charge of horse ateatlng. The lad.
who la about 17 yeara of age, borrowed
75 centa from hla mother. It Is stated,
and went to the Riding Academy at
Portland, where he aald be wished to
rent a horse for a abort time. The
horse waa aaddled and the boy atarted
out wearing ahapa aitd having the ap
pearance of a cowboy., Ho came to
thla city on Monday evening, where
he had the horse placed tn the 8ev
enth street livery stable, owned by
W. F. Milton, and the-following morn
Irig called for It and started out.
The first place he stopped at after
leaving Oregon City-, waa Canby. At
that place ho called at a blacksmith
shop, where he asked one of the young
men to clip the horse, but before the
man had completed the Job ho waa In
formed by the boy that ho did not
have enough money to pay for thla,
which waa $1.50. The horse only get
ting part of a clipping the would-be
horse barber refused to complete the
lob. and the boy proceeded on hla
Journey, hla destination being to East
ern Oregon, where he Intended to be
cowboy of the wild and woolly West
He went to Mackaburg from Canby,
and then on to Liberal, where hla
Inurnev came- to a audden -climax.
Papers were out for hla arrest and
ha waa at once brought here, and tak
en In charge of one of the officers
from tho Juvenile court. .Tho horse
waa brought hero and haa been In
charge of Mr. Milton until Friday,
when the latter had It shipped by boat
to Portland to the ownera. The boy
la tha only eon ot Mr. and Mra. Evana,
and haa been making plana to go to
Eaatern Oregon for some time.
SEND HANDSOME EDITION
Of Tha Morning Enterprlae to Your
Many Eaatorn Friend.
A aoeclal edition of the Morning En
terprlse, setting forth tho advantages
of Oregon City and Clackamaa county,
and which la baci-od by tne puoitcity
Department of the Oregon City Com
merclal Club and live ouaineaa men
of Oregon City, will mako lta appear
an nn Sunday mornlnc. Manv beau
tiful vlewa of the, city and county are
to be found In thla edition, and It is
Just whst you want to aend your
frlenda In the East who ' are con
templating coming West during the
coming spring or summer.
A Valuable SCIENTIFIC REMEDY for
WEAK and DISORDERED KIDNEYS.
MORROW'S KID-NE01DS are val
uable Kidney Tonle, for Man, Woman
Preacrlptlona and Family Receipts
Filled With Pure Drugs..
- Quality and Prlcea Right
CHARHIAN & Co.
City Drug Store. ,-
Noit Door to Eloctrio Hotel.
Paclfle Phono IS Homo Phone 41
RESIDENT SEEKS TO STOP IM
PROVEMENTS BY RAISING
QUESTION OF LEGALITY. -
CLAIMSf TAXES - ILLEGALLY LEVIED
Court Asked to Stop Sheriff In His
Attempt to Collect the Ten Par.
cant Improvement Taxee
If the contention of D. O. Leavens,
of Willamette, la correct the little
burg to the south has got itself into a
peck of trouble. The contention Bet
up In a. suit filed in Circuit Court Is
that due form waa not pursued In the
levying of taxes for 1910 and 1911,
and that In conaequence the assess
ment for these yeara for contemplated
Improvements may not be collected
and said improvements cannot be
The aald D. O. Leavena seeks to
enjoin Sheriff Man from collecting
taxes under what purports to be the
tax levy for 1910 and 1911, setting
forth that auch levy waa not made ac
cording to -due process of law. Ho
set up that the charter of the village
of Willamette say a that "on or before
December 31st of each year, the
council Bhall make an estimate of the
expense of the town for the ensuing
year, and the' council ahall by ordin
ance, estimate and declare the neces
sary amount of money to be raised by
general taxea, and shall levy the nec
essary amount, therefor, which levy
shall not in any caae exceed the sum
of fifteen milts "on the dollar, which
shall be' certified by the recorder to
the proper officer of Clackamaa Coun
ty. Oregon, who shall extend the said
tax in an appropriate manner and col
umn upon the county tax roll; and the
same shall be collected by the officer
collecting the county tax, and ahall be
by him turned over to the city treas
urer of fhe city within ten days after
he haa collected the aame; provided,
that the tax levy, aa certified up to
the aald officer, ahall be In one sum
snd shall lie entered In the column
headed "Town of Willamette Tax."
Neither the sheriff nor tax collector
of Clackama county, nor aald county.
shall receive fees or compensation for
collecting each taxes."
It la then further recited. "That the
council of aald town of Willamette
failed, neglected and refused to make
an estimate of the expenses of the
said town of Willamette during the
year 1910 or at all for the year 1911
and failed, neglected and refused to
make an estimate and declare the
necessary amount of money to be
raised bv general taxea by ordinance
as provided for under and by virtue
of said subdivision three, section 18
of aald charter, and failed, neglected
and refused to make a levy by ordin
ance, aa provided for under and by
virtue of said charter, and the only
act of said council In attempting to
levy a tax under aald charter appears
upon the minute of special session of
said council held In the said town of
Willamette on December 30, 1910, and
Is entered upon the minute-book of
said council as follows, to-wit: On
motion made and carried a 10 mill tax
It Is further claimed that no ordin
ance was ever made, passed or adopt
ed by the council of Bald town of Will
amette declaring the necessary
amount of money to be raised by gen
eral taxes on the tax roll of 1910 for
the year 1911, nor waa there ever any
ordinance of any kind or description
paaaed or adopted by aald council de
claring a levy of ten mills or any
other number of mills upon the tax
able property within the corporate
limits of said town of Willamette or
at all, and the said town of Wlllam
ette. after the aald 30th day of Dec
ember. 1910. by and through lta offl
cers, certified to the County Clerk of
Clackamaa county, Oregon, that aald
town of Willamette had levied a mu
nicipal tax of ten milla upon all of the
taxable property within the corporate
llmlta of said town of Willamette, and
the eald County Clerk did thereafter
wrongfully and unlawfully and without
authorityof law. enter said tax levy
upon the assessment rolls of Clacka
mas county. Oregon, and . thereafter
turned over aald rolls to the aald de
fendant, the Sheriff, with a warrant
for the collection of the taxea therein
described. Including said ten mill tax
ao pretended to be levied by the Bald
town of Willamette." '
All of which goes to show that there
la trouble for tha town of Willamette
if the allegations aa set frtb ln this
attempt to restrain tho Sheriff from
collecting the taxea la true. Certain
It la that there la to be a stubborn
court fight, and In the meantlm the
Improvement In Willamette must
wait until auch time aa the matter can
be cleared up In court.
The petition wlndB up with the pray
er that the court will hand down a
decree declaring Bald ten mill tax null
and void, and asking that the Sheriff
be restrained from attempting to col
lect auch tax or to In any way put a
cloud on the title of the property ao
assessed, winding up with a request
that Willamette bo assessed tha costs
ot tho suit.
Kuppenbender Talko at Mountain View
Tho Mountain view improvement
Club held Ita naual .weekly meeting
Friday night with a good crowd In at
tendance. The program for the even
ing waa a good one and those present
enjoyed It. Tho principal apeaker for
tha evening .wme B.: Kuppenbender,
who talked about tho Union and Ita
present success. Ho also explained
what is wanted In tho matter of push
ing through a railway from Oregon
City to the Molalla country, and ad
vised all to boost and not to pull back.
Ho told of tha desire to form a lodgn
of Artisans at Clalrmont and invited
any who wished join ln the move
4 Lots in Fisher D. C C
273 Acres at Beaver Creek
148 Acres near Stafford
111 Acres 3 miles from Oregon Electric... $11,000
36 Acres on Willamette River5 miles south
of Oregon City... ; ....$5,000
Employers' and Contractors' Liability Insorancc
General Liability Insorance V .
R. W. BAKER
2 and 3 Masonic Bldg. Oregon City, Ore.
Wife Gete Up and Loaves.
Benjamin Jack haa filed a suit for
divorce against his wife. Laura B.
Jack. They were married at Portland
on March 24, 1908, and the plaintiff
atatea in bis complaint he haa treated
hla wife In a kind 'and considerate
manner. On April, 28, 1909, ahe de
serted him-without cause and without
bis consent. There are no children.
Jeffreya Jt Lenon are the attorneys
for Jack. .
Business Moating Next Wednesday.
There will bo a meeting or tne- Jen
nings Lodge Community Club on Wed
nesday evening of next week, at which
time important business will be
brought up for discussion. The meet
ing will be held in the Betta cor
aervatory. An Invitation la extended
TWO LATE VETOES
THAT PLEASE FRIENDS
WHEN WEST VETOED DEFICIENCY
BOARD MEASURE. AND LAW
FOR FURNISHING SUPPLIES. .
SALEM, Or., Feb. 24. (Spl.) Two
vetoea that have not been altogether
acceptable to those who know the In
side working of things here are those
Inowhlch the Governor disapproved of
the bill providing for a deficiency
board as also for the Belling -of aup
pliea to the State.
As at present ordered any board can
create a deficiency and then It la up
to tho legislature to pay It -or the
creditor are left to bold the bag and
the State given a black eye commer
cially. Under the terme of tho new
law there waa to be a denciency
board, composed of the Governor, Sec
retary ot State, Treasurer, Speaker of
the House and the President or. tne
Senate. Any board that felt the nec
essity of creating a deficiency must
present the matter to thla board, and
It must approve of It before tho board
could go ahead and spend more than
It had In Ita appropriation. In case
of necessity of course this board would
sanction the measure; If no necessity
existed naturally It would then turn
down the proposition.
The second law provided that any
State official may hot sell supplies to
the 8tate. And why ahould he?
Thre are aeveral who are accused of
doing so now, and the rumor Is that
the State pays top much in conse
quence. Governor West turned these two
measures down, and It la thought In
doing ao that he at least did a good
turn for hla trlends, whether or not
ho knowB It
Are you not aware that CLAIRMONT offers you an opportunity that
la not offered every dayt WHY PAY RENT and work out all, your
llfeT Think the matter over at once and come and talk with. ua..
We can help you got a home. A small payment down and $10 per
month. Write for circular. ' . . 'S
W. F. SCHOOLEY & CO.
Phone, Main 80. A-158. . 612 Main St, Oregon City.
FOR YOUR DENTISTRY
It'a ton to one thoaa tooth you admire ao much are filled with our
porcelain Inlays. They are hard to detct
Children whoae teeth well eared for are not so susceptible to
contagious diseases. m
Far preferable lo It to go to a modern dentsl office than to an old -
fashioned chamber of horrors. ''-.. . ?
Would you rather have comfortable sat of tooth than a cheap oat .
that continually fall outT You lose money If you don't see us about
Dir. L L. Pickens
D G, A; Brown
NEW BRIDGE PICiED
TO SPAN CLACKAMAS
SOUTHERN PACIFIC MAKES NEW
SURVEY THROUGH PARK PLACE
WILL BUILD NEW BRIDGE.
The Southern Pacific Is planning for
very important improvementa In Its
railway line at Parkplace. and among. .
plans for tho improvement of Ita road
bed la the cutting oft of a sharp
curve, necessitating the erection of a
new bridge that will cover three tlmea
the ground of the present structure,
and will cost a large aum of money at
the aame time making that point on
Its line aafer for the traveling public
and lncreaatng the speed at which the
river may be crossed and cutting down
the time Into Oregon City, -
The survey thst haa been completed
within the paat few days will run di
rectly through Parkplace, making It, ,
necessary to move aeveral homes, and
in one Instance the proprietor haa but
recently completed a cement aub
kltchen that wilt of necessity be de
stroyed. Two or three other house i
will need-to- be removed or raxed.
The engineers say that the Improve
menta are to be begun at once the
survey hss been made two or three
times before but It la aald tho com
pany is now ready to make tho 1m- .
provement and that work will be com-
menced very shortly. . . ; i i .
Tho crossing of tho Clackamaa at
this point ha alwaya been considered
dangeroua, and great car haa, been
taken to alow down Ita trains when '
approaching the river, and the bridge '
haa been ln auch ahapo that the high ' '
waters made,, great cjare necessary.
Part of the new plans contemplate re
ducing the expense of np-keep and the
elimination of all possible danger at
The improvement win be quite ex
tensive, require Jhe expenditure of
considerable money and give employ
ment to a goodly number of men. 1
Local men can likely find employment
In connection with the Improvement
It is said the work will be com
menced with a view to completing It '
before the bad weather of the next
winter sets In. Grading will be done
ln time to permit the ground to settle '
during the dry season ao that there
may be no trouble or danger next win- x
The Polite Man.
"Just as you like, madam," aald the
polite man in the trolley car, who had
risen from his sest at the lady'a en-,
trance. "If you wish it I will alt down
again. But I ahould like to point out
that we are already 200 yards past the
spot where I wanted to get off
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Rooma S-7-S Welnhard tl