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VOL 1 No.
IKQON CITY, OREGON, HUNDAY, FEBRUARY 26,' 1911.
Lull VOTtt TWO TO ONE TO
,.rNp ABOUT '
1 FORTIFY CANAL.
WiO GIVEN TO START WORK
L St"'" ' 'vof Tw'lo'0t
B.u.f I. That Action of -House
WAHHINUTON. Fob. .5.-(8pl.)-
Ve are l' bave Ioruu-u """
C- ,M-r ft 10 o'clock tonight voted
f 11 .... .. j.iHb p. in lutvln tha
L.,rk It WBB B
' - nn II la OB-
.mated 'h" w -
JOO. . I.. ... n In
A 1,1 ... .....llM.ljttta ll Itf
V. in fuvor or me irtin" -
kouittit 'tic n. uuu w
FnM u -r...rl In nafull
ThH-.r niw.7i-."- ------
L,ru'u vo for lb.
EXTRA 8E8HON CONOWttS.
Leilealiy Agrood Upm for Tuotdy,
......niurTiiM rb . ttt.--iopl.i
Llrm . .b.,roh!r -ttaiud b.t
.r will l'1' MTiprwHj B7 -nnrrM
Biul In roni"'nr ho h
t),M will 1 IliO o"" """V" :
the iH inorrsU nn nn
l; hv llino lo ly OUt plP-
MUCH HARD KICKING
Whoto Mour Aro Not
SAI.KM or. Kb. 2 5-(8 P.
FMt Vi-tixJ lh Ulll ippniiii..i
,,0-Kl fr lmll(llfl t tho io rir
id fav-.r.. tho $160,000 for t ho Cop
R iiuilittiiKK. and frlrndo of tht rir
erltl. lHlM Win todoy. They erlt
m. Mm for permlitln n PI
ir. of ov.r imir mlllloiio two yooro
,l not thrir bill omcing tho numbor.
Ciuoht in tno toi'". .
SKATTIJS. Fb. 5.-(8pl.7-h'"
l . ,.nii rfpuonea. was
today on ho charito of brlb-
t i. A T " llllll in unn
MO nirmwu- --
iii"r' h"iod. v , t
HAS NATURE CURE.
MAY NOT BE FATAL EGG. - J.
Peb Week, 10 Cents
I HEDGES AND LATOURETTE ARE
ON PROMOTION DEPARTMENT
OP COMMERCIAL CLUB.
ANNUAL BANQUET COMES NEXT MONTH
Club Will Footor Big Booator Day to
BO Hold In April and 'Will
Cooporato For Calibration
at Gladatono Park .'"
HOW IT LUw.. tv m. OrtJIisArtV CAY M'
MAIN ARTICLES ARE GIVEN FOR
ENLIGHTMENT OF'PEOPLE IN
TERESTED IN THE WORK.
- Tho boya of Snlnt Andrew a Guard
h'l'l mrotliif and adopted their Dew
ronatltutlon. Wo print below tho
main llprna In tho ronatltutlon. Thla
aorlety la Eftllng Into kxh1 ahaoe for
biialneaa and the drill will commence
at the next ineotlng. Following la
the eonatltiillon: ' .
ThU oraanlaatlon ahall be known a
amm niTwp uhhiu ,
ARRESTED POR BRIBERY. Th- purpuao of thla orKanlr.atlon
- ahull be the encouraging and aaltlnK
tf Chlaf 'f Po4' f of the boya of Orrirort City In attain
ing the brat fhinga which mae ror
arMxt clltienahlp. - - '
The (iunrd ahall mwl on the flrat
kmnml today on Ihe cnarKr m u..- ,n,, (Hrd juny, f earn montn ai
ly Two aaliMin men who had paja 7;0 p m ,nrt nl B,lnD piaco had other
lr urotoctlon ",1 ' n'v?. t tlmea aa ibo director ahall appoint.
TWO READINGS IN JULY.
Mlit Lulu Tyler Gatea an Especially
Oiia nf tha attractlona for the
Chautauqua program the coming Bum
mer will bo the reaair ana imperso
nator, - Mlaa Lulu -Tyler - Galea, who
baa a reputation
TTni aecond to none on
H UP HIS ROOF
.iifnrnim Bava Ooatn vai y
...... -.nl tU ITMIl. Zft. I Din. 1
Lfnr.,1,. now emta to tho front with
mo.y that Ita "loatn ""--7
mitur,. annltnrium ana mai i b--
IhM d.-Hirt will cure lui.crr.u..-.-.
. . -i i. mnA aro
vi-riil hay iney bbt-
re The gaa la aak to 1 death tp
CC CNI8T D Y TO BE tri.
. . . ..mi' rlarl
March 1 Half HOiioay.
8A1.KM. Or.; Feb. 35.. .U0eror
out will doubtla laaue prociamw-
n di-c luring March l . "uoionioio
)ar.n a aoinlb'Ral holiday, no e-
-t to hoar from C. C. cnapman
kit MMwuciit of tfce plana that are
ilrr wiiy and ahortty atterwan win
dmiht iniike a request inai m
... ,-.,.,... An avarvihlns In their
fewer to promiito tho welfaro of their
ate Btid Internal their frienaa in a
iiRrpnH of Oregon. -
Ju iho nature of tho procUmaUoo
kiii umi i nni known definitely.
ft It prniia' will bo largely along
ii llnca of t lint auggeated by tho aeo-
ttary of the Oregon ueveiopiu""
REVOLUTION IN PARAGUAY.
niiPMoo ivni-q Fah. JR. Adrlcoa
krivi4 h.r. ihow atat that another
i . - . . . i..
ivowtionary movement Baa oeguu
pfmy. . .
f Siibocrlbo for tho DHy Knterprtao
e nave lust received lare
'Ipment direct from the fae
ry of the celebrited JOHN
STETSON and The
METTE HATS for
ring made exclusively for
by the John B. Stcts6n Co,
Wladelphla.' Hats that have
tamp of style and char
Jeter. Don't fall to see them.
Not Llko Oikon '
th and Main tc
Tba offlcpra shall be aa followa:
rrealdenl. Tlre-prrahlcnt. aocrniary
.k.I iromiiiror who ahnll lie elected
from tho membera of tho Guard and
.i.uii . h.. il nffli'M fur a. term of one
yoar from tbo third Friday In March
or until their anrccaaora aro -incit-
and qunllfled. .
The bualneaa or Ihe uuara anau io
tranaocti'd by a board , of manngora
tnlntlfig 'of aevon neraona,. aa roi
Iowa: Tho Rector of Balnt I'liula
pariah, who ahall act aa chairman,
two membM-o of tho Senior prother-
hood of Saint Andrew, iwo memnora
of tho Junior Brotherhood of Saint
Andrew, of St. I'aul'a parisn, ana iwo
member, of thla Ouard who are not
membera of either of tno anovo or-
gatilsatlona. All - of tbo foregoing
managers, witn ne excepuun nn
n.tw ahall in elected by thla organ
isation aa tho offlcora named In sec
tion 4 arer elected ana anau noia oi
fire for a period of one year from tho
third Friday In March or until their
aurceasora aro elected and qnallfled.
Any boy In good standing in ma
community who la nine yeara of age
or over la eligible to membership in
Tho duea of thla organi.auuu ...
bo ten cenU per month, payable In
Each member ahall bo asaignou io
. iv.. nn,naniAa nf thla oraanUa-
IJ I IT- VI l. v.-' ' K
. . w .k nlrwln. and ahall Berve
IIUII UJ k.v-. -
In aald company and bo subject to hla
auperlora in omco
Tka minrsrv niiicrsirBi ui iuibi -
tun m''-' . . . . . aw
IK Ml l'll " - .
board of managero, proviaoa n
appointment anau no uuin. mr
' .... ... iv. Hlrarlnr nf tha KUard.
II ahau be tno
to bo present at every regular raw
. 4,111 An member ab
aon't Vo";ucc;;.W. drill, ahall b.
subject to auapenaion or urnm.-.
loaa on a furlough or having a good and
Any member may bo dlamlaaed or
ouapendod for disobedience or for non-
anaa aftar duo courtmar-
tla) or privately by the board of man
agora without oourtmartlaL ' ,
Tha mintarT ORuariinitii vi
-a .vail V. a mvarnad hv the In
fantry drill regnlatlona of the United
gtatea Army, ah ouainoao mwuH-
ahall be govornoa oy RODorto nun.
ThU Conauiuuon ana or
be amended by recommendation of
. . n.. .4 v Manaarara and the Vote
of a majority of Guard proaont at any
regular meeting. r-
vote for auch 'AJ?
taken on the same day that the rec
ommendation la made. ,
NEW POSTMASTER ORDERED.
WASHINGTON, Feb. W.The post
office department ha. au borlaod th
oatabllahment of rural route No. 1, out
of Bcotf. Mllla. Marlon County. The
following poatmaater. wore appointed
today for Oregon! Georgia V. Bennett,
Allegheny , Jamo. Barne., Ton Mile.
You need not bS afraid thehjn.
will eat too much oniahed aholla.
them have all they wanL
tho American plat
form. Tho man
agement of Chau
tauqua feela that It
ran congratulate It
oelf In securing
Miss Gatea will
gtve two readlnga,
one on July 5 and
a aecond on July 6.
The two programa
will be greatly var
ied, ao that a per-
aon - hearing one
will be aa grOatly
delighted in hear
lug her the second time.
Mlxa Gatea la aald to be strong In
her Scotch dialect, and that aho glvea
It to perfection and to the great do
llvlii of tha Scotch folk themselves.
The management assures us that they
have In thla young woman one of the
heat attrnrtlons. of anv character, on
the American etage today.
GIVE FAREWELL PARTY
to mm MASS
YOUNG PEOPLE OF WILLAMETTE
GIVE SHERIFF'S DAUGHTER .
AND SON GREAT SEND-OFF.'-
k fnrewpll tiartv was tendered Mlaa
AilHh Maaa anil Krneat Maaa. aon and
d:iiighter of Sheriff and Mra. Krneat
Mima, of Willamette, laoc nignt ai
their home, tho occasion "being a fare
well to Willamette, a. they aro to
iia nn their residence In thla city on
Tidnesday of next week, their home
to be on Main street nciween bignm
and Ninth atreeta. Hoth will be great
iv tniaaad hv thalr aaaoclate. at Will
amette, aa they are general favorite.
with tho younger aei or inai piacr,
where they have resided all of thetf
Tho early part of the evening was
devoted to game, and these wore fol-
I,.--.,! hv vcw-ai ana inairumenmi mu
sic. Mr.. Maaa waa assisted aunng
tho evening by Mra. B. P. Burdine ana
Mra Ne 11 Uurdlne. A aeiicioua iunn-
eon was served. Oregon grape wns
uaed among the decorationa or rooma
Present were the Mlaae. Alice Ol
Ma niiver. Mabel Larson, Eath
I V V I I 'J -
y .rnn uaaal Rchults. Ida Berdlnd,
Mildred Reama, Mabel uarcnoiumww,
tKii..h..K Dmilav. irrancla Rodlev. 1111-
aiiHitu ....... . , - - .
da Kaiser, Georgia Edmonds, Jer.slo
Johnaon, Glady. BaKer, inoiho iiuu-
ardaon, Hattle Coleman. Etnei uomok.
Adah Maaa: Mossr.. Melvln Young,
Krneat Young. Ernest Ma.., Byra
Tnmnkln. waiter Ldoaman, bjwwiu
' - . in.u
ij..nii, croa iiaKac. qiuubj vr"
Lihiir Waldrnn. Arler Johnaon,
I vm i, n ...... ' t
Thomas Johnson, Harry Col son, Em
ery Reain, John Raucbo. John Roddoy,
Edward Berdlne. Lavene Mwbnke,
Oeorge Snldow, Wlll.Snldow, Mahlon
Snidow, Leo Lraen
SALEM STOREKEEPER IN . DUEL.
hai.rm Or.. Fob. 85. An attempt
..... laal nlsht bV a hne high
in rnh Jack FTOBt. who Con
. .mail mmhtnatlon stationery
u,nf.riinnnr atoro on Twelfth
troet, near the Southern Padflo de
pot. Froat wa. .hot once In the fore
head and again In the left band. The
highwayman escaped" and up1 to the
preaont time Sheriff Mlnto and hla
force have not located him. . Mr, Froat,
who la an aged man, had Just turned
out all hla llghta but one, and wa. In
tho act of closing: up wnen the un
known robber entered the atoro and
ordered him to throw up hi. banda.
Inatead of complying with the order,
Froat picked up a revolver close at
hand and opened fire. Ten ohot. were
exchanged when the light wa. .hot to
piece, and the robber ran.
FEAR HAD LEST THE DESCENT
. SHALL PROVE DISASTROUS
TO HIS GOAT8HIP,
George C. Browne!! la the owner of
alx full-blooded Toggenburg milk
goata, and bo I. probably tbo only
man In the State who poaaesae. goats
J. E. Hedges, M. D. Latourette, O.
D. Eby, B. T. McBaln and Frank
tliiarh rnmnrlaa tho new Publicity
committee of tho Oregon City Com
mercial Club. They were named Sat
urday afternoon at a meeting of the
board of governor, and will have en
lira rharaa of the nubllcliv and pro
motion work of the club for tbo en
suing year. Tbo. preaont committee
ha. been asked to close up It. affairs
and make A complete report to tho
board of governora oerore we hww
committee aasumea the reino. Mr.
Hedge., tbo president, and Mr. La tour
otto, the aecretary-of tho Commercial
Club, are the now men in tno promo
tion department, succeeding H. E
rvna. nil Unit E. Jones, and thou
select loos meana that the publicity
committee will work In close harmony
with the board of governor.. It la ex
pected that Marshall J. Lazelle wlh be
retained aa aecretary or tno puouci
-nn.iiiarahia hnainpaa vii tranaact-
ed at Saturday , meeting of the board
of governor.. The entertainment
committee wa. given carte oiancno
authority to proceed ' with arrango-
menta for "holding tno tnira annual
banquet of the club. Tbl. event will
. i. . .i.m navl mnnth.
y . i
Arrangement, were aiaw
for a Booster Day lor uregou v.1.7.
There 1. available for thla celebration
. ...j n ahniii iiTn rrom me iai
Booster Day and the Fourth of July
fund, and It la a neat rounnauon ior -iwai.r
na that will eclipse any pro-
... ih.r rharacter.
viuiia c , c n . v
There will be no Fourin 01 JU17
celebration In Oregon City thla -year.
. infnrmnll dlacussed
inn iuouii - , . ,
but the board of governor, concluded
to Dormlt the.WUiametto vaney uu
a I at film A a ATW
For. the next few days we are placing op
sale a fine lot of Haviland China Plates,
Cups and Saucers. Sugars and Creamers
Salad Sets. Pitchers and Bowls at prices
from one-third to one-half off.
yt dot. Piatt a, regular price 12.60, now .
Yt doz. plates, regular price S330, now
14 doz. Cupo and Saucora, regular price 84-60, now
Single Plates, regular price 7 So. now
Single Cupo and Saucers, rogularprico 75c, now
Large Water Pltchora, regular price $3X0, now .
Sugar and Creamer, regular price $3.00, ........
These gooda aro all displayed
fore they are picked ever.
In our window. Come early bo
Burmeistcr & Andresen
Oregon City Jewelera.
Suspension Bridge Corner.
to take a ride, providing they could
find a gentle one. Mr. Dogger, a
horse-trader, wa. present at the time
and atated he had a gentle horse, but
the women thought differently when
they saw It, but the two men urgeo
the boy to mount the horse and .how
it wa. gentle. The boy did aa was
requested, but tho saddle allpped over
the horse e riank rngnteuing it, ana
ran awav throwlne- tho lad heavily to
the ground, breaking hi. artn.- -
Dr. 8tuart waa aummoned, and It
wa. several hour, before tho boy
could be taken to his homo. - Tbo
break la very painful, and It 1. feared
It will permanently cripple the boy.
Couple Married By Judge Beatte.
County Clerk Mulvey Issued mar
riage' license. Saturday to Zelma
Spraguo and H. P. Mattoon, 'and to
Ida May Wallace and- T. F. Spraguo.
The latter pair were married at the
court house by County Judge Beetle.
since that time four'tlrta have been
born, two of which made their appear
ance laat Sunday. Martha Washing
ton, to celebrate the anniversary of
hfr birth on Georra Washington's
birthday Wednesday ellmbed to the
ton of tho nrownell house, which Is
Ali rAt ft-nm tha around. Mr. Flrown
oil haarlnar a naltertflo Of feet"ent to
her porch to 000. what wa. caualna
the commotion ana peering exywara
- " 1 to permit m. n uui"- , . .
of thlg breed. : He purchaaed im of 1 tanaua to have full avrtng at Gladstone
the gonta about two year, ago at Red-1 prk, and extend , to them the co-
. . . .a a-. i A . . . .ua rwaar,n C.t 9 neOOlO.
anaa, i.aiuoroi iv tima, auu i operation wi iui.wii"-"j ---.-
.ina thai iima fnur'itiAa ham ham I . Tki -fnnnwtn members were, ap
pointed aa delegatea from the club to
attend the meeUng of the Pacific
Highway-Aaaoclation Mrcn a i ru. v
land: Franklin T. Grtrnth. Dr. E. A
Sommer. J. W. Oanong, G. B. Dlmlck.
Thoma. F. Ryan, it is tno puriwjw
thla aaaoclatlon to plan a main high
way from Waahlngton to 8otithern
California. ' .
-.1.1 ri..h haa made ID-
I no conimonon ana pwnun ?" t ne tjommoiviat - . -
she obaerved Martha on the peak of pUctlon to the United State. Fisher-
horbouae. The rat wa. enjoying the lei Bureau for a large allotment or .
''" ...I J... ...... h . , ' v. . ni..arf in tha various I
trout i' j iw u" i"- - . ...
atreama of Clackama. County, with
the ultimate re-UK that tht. .ectlon
will be more than ever a aportaman a
paradise. ' - - ,
LOCAL FRUIT UNION
A. J. LEWIS TALKS "N rnTi
AND THEN GOES OUT TO TRIM
t ' A PENNY SAVED IS A PENNY EARNED , '
SO MANY PEOPLE LIVE tK
Living cheap tixes low wa tar free oavingo largo. There are many
advantages and privileges afforded tho owner of a Clalrmont acreage
tract that -cannot bo obtained In the city. - Ask us about them. v '
W. F. SCHOOLEY & CO.
612 Main SL, Oregon City.
Bcenery in the distance, and refused
to come down until It became tired
ani than mid. Ita deooent . carefully
and aafely. . -At the rear of the house
la an embankment, ana me aoai
Jumped from thla to the roof and made
the trip to the highest point on tne
house. The following day and ever
since that time a .harp lookout is
kant nn tha eoat. aa .aho Jia. made
manv attempt, to repeat' tne reai.
n,i. .mi ka th mnr ownea dt
t Ml" ft1'-. - - -
Mr. and Mra. nrowneu. la wortny 01
the name which ba. "been given it.
The name, borne are. Haael, Blue
Bell, and the two making . -their ap-
naaranra on last Sundav nave been
alvan Iha aamna nf Laddie and LaaMO.
The milk from .these Boat, raisea oy
m nms-nian la nf fina flavor, ana ricn
and the family ha. b-wn. using the
same for borne time. 'Tney are very
valuable, and Mr. Browneii ha. re
fused aeveral ouma of money for them.
All have become pet. o vne neignoor
t.A mwA anv Hav can bo found grox-
ia la iha vnat vara at tne urownm
ii a o - - - -
vard nn Eleventh and John Adam.
a... Ant From Portland
w r m j w-- - - .
... a u rhencv. of Portland.
ill l a. . ... - -
chaperoned an automobile party to
thla city Saturday afternoon, which Bprayng in September with lime
i.n h her son. Oren. hi. gueata ea Bprayiuo k u.ra.,r.
being Mlaaee Jeanette Wigglna, Helen P O;egon Experiment SUUon
Wlegand. Ruth uusning ana ueuev.e
a . a.aoia oanirnan vn i iihii i
anaver. in .w-w..-.
of "the horticultural
wing of tho Oregon City Fruit ond Pro
duce . Union waa . held In the Court
timiHA Saturday afternoon, witn me
beet attendance no far ahown. County
Frul tlnspector A. J. Lewi. wa. prea
ont and made an address. E. C. Ryall
made a talk on grafting biacic wainuis.
T. J. Gary discussed grafting crab ap
ples and wild cherrlea.
e. r o .rail railnd attention to the
fact that grub worm, were destroying
currant buahee. A. J. lwib bubkii
$485 PIANO FOR ONLY $245
v. aKn.,1 a-!tn ana ainea at tne
Louvre, where a feast wa. enjoyed.
2i4 .ere tract In Clackama. Height..
Vi acre tract on Maaa Hill
1 Block, Improved good S-room houao,
16x24 Varn,lty" water," on Sixteenth
Corner iot on Twelfth and Jefferson.
Both atraata Imoroved. Good 8-room
house. "" "" - " . "
16 lots on Seventeenth .treat.
Corner business lot on Sixteenth street
Lot. In Gladstone and a few. on Fern
Largo lot In Wast Side Addition
Prloo. roaoonablo. Term, to suit pur-
T. L. Channan
: CITY DRUG STORE
t tinhhla had anrared gooaeDer-
rle. for tbo green worm with arson-
ated lead. ,
A. J. Lewi, in answer to wquirj,
-.1 il.i ih.n waa no narm to a
grown: orchard to raise vegetable, be
tween the row.; luouga m 6
able. would .uffer, however
B. Kuppenbender .poke on the ben
efit, of the Union and O. D. Eby on
tho future of the Union.
u. T.ata mid the address of the
day on the matter of .praying. After
the address the audience aujouruou
.v. -iVa.man hnma arrOSa thO .trOOt
to .ee apple tree, trimmed a. an old
tree ehould be treated, i ne iree w
found to be Buffering from .cale and
tha attention of those preaent wa.
called to It. condition. In .praying
Mr. Lewi, aald one wantea tne proper
pray., at the proper time, In the pro
nr manner and with thoroughness;
Tha mHinn oi lu uuiva n
...k.nin. th farmer, of the county
a. they were never .tlrred up before
and it 1. certain that much good win
come from It Tne meeting next eat
urday will be at I o'clock.
BOY THROWN FROM HORSE.
Owner' Of tho Horse Telia Party It la
a mVJtn. tho 11-year-old .on
of Mr. and -ts. Fred Rowan, wno re
.i. .a xii mh and JaffeTMn streets.
while visiting at the bam of hi. uncle,
William Rowan, on 8lxth and Water
a.aaafa mat With II accident WD1CQ
resulted In the breaking of hla loft
arm near the elbow. - - ' .
' Several of the wotnan who are play
ing at th Electric Theatre called at
the Rowan barn for a horse Intending
Big bargalna In Planoo com
mencing on Feb. 27 and last- ,
Ing to March 6, Theae are -a
few left from my laat ahlp
ment and I muot have the
room for new Planoa coming
In. , Theae pianoe aold on
A full line of Graphophonoa.
A nice Jot of sheet music for
only 10c a copy. ; '.
A. H STURGES. center sts.
Lots ffoi? Safe
5eoutiful Residence Section
Near Suspension Bridge;
.';'.' " aK'"W - lt . '' - '''
Prices Will Shortly Adyahco.
t a "A
2arid"3 Masoiiic Bide.,