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OUEOON CITY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 1911.
Per Wee, 10 Cento
n II VI 1 Kc MiVI
.1 lAlltll IA
iDMlTI He MAS EXHAUSTSO ALL
OISIBXK MW. vr
jOPI OF SENTENCE IS U YEARS
, H W Convicted Contrary to
AH Ruiti of Lsw Ns Claim
Mad of Inno
.... niiNCIHCO. Meb. 28. (Bol.)
n look! m If Abe Iluef will go to
... mua A 1 1 lata MJBM.
ikA aenltrniiary iu -
liri bribery. Today tba State
,.m. Court vacated ma oroer
ihH ex-hoe re-hearing
DH" . . .. . . .
. mere la noinina
Lading between him nd ths aervloe
Lftb beorn warrant, cumiuiuumi m
LBmltinnl. which haa boon loaned.
lit id not l' r" ei we uur,
guff, when s-en ly a roponr,
.... ii u aiiilfl Ilia nam iur iiuvrir.
trrm of service haa boon aat at
II tears. Iluef ys nai w"
; ..j ...r.irtv thai all aorta of errors
TCTn yill hi ' i - ' - -
wtrt rommlttwd In hla trial, and that
it for ibe-shooting of htr. Ha nay,
ltd tb prejudice which that engen
lares,, be. would not hava been con-
'"ue claiming that tba'trlal wara
ufalr and conditions were mada to
tori uIp1 him. atlll Ruvf mada no
ntttmanl rlnlmliii Innocanca from
tarjft ml" nKttinnt blin; hla whola
MaMd to ta aaalnat. taa math
M ated t " ura conviction.
)ICT CLECTION LACKS fOUR.
M fritndt Say It a Victory and
Not sion Will faaa.
WASHINtiTON. Kab. 8. 8pl.)
it uratliin of a direct election of
Irnatora ranit ! a vol In tha Uultad
wtt 8nat-today, aud tha raaolu
wbmlttliiK to tha gtatea a con-
(Inttonil amonilmitnt to that and oo
lacked four votra of tha two-thlrda
mMry tn Ha ndopUoa. Tha vota
lood U for. with 33 aaalnal.
Borih anthtialaatto In proclaim-
k that at thv aiit ConirTaaa, aparlal
lrrfculr. m jui likely to carry. Tha
Lull ud Ih'm h.i rarafully canvaaaad
Vat lb rrault a known before tha
at vii taVan
KOIBCRS HOB CAR.
Yon Mount Tln la Laatad Within
f C ty Limit.
ST Wit. .. Tab. St. (Bpl.)
uM robt ara bald op an Iron afoun-
kia trail within tha city Umlta to-
tlM tad ko4ad an axpraaa ear. Tha
aarncw waa bound and robbed.
Iktrt ware two robbera Implicated.
u a rlrh haul. They hava not
WILL VOTE ON LORIMKft
kiday Aftarnaon to Saa tha Mat-
- tir r.tltaB By aanata.
Rllli:TN. Iab. . 21. (SdI.)
Fi Honaifi a i, a o ciocr iaia aTauma
e4 to .)! on tha Lortmer mattar
I M n m Inmnrro. Tha frlenda
IAa avaiiiiir fear that ha will fare
ally it the haada of brother 8ena-
Btu1 In Alarfatana Mloh.
Claiklnne lilirH aehool will debate
m Mouni . fkMuiant lllah achool at
Wttona Krlday, . Oledatone takea
Mlflrm.lve on tbe.queatlon. "Re-
Kd, Tb.it Foreiirn immiftrauon
14 he Further Reatricted by
Uw." . Th.me who will ao on for
JlUwoaa I a Verne Taylor, Haiel
alkey anil TVIyal pavla.
Tkart w hn a debate at Pnrklace
IB TriAmw Lulwua Ik VIlvA arthrwl
r ' ' w n V u W inn'.
pjpla of r;kitlnre and Canby. The
fhXwt wll. ik. -Reaolved. That Fo
n Immu iton Should be Farther
ynikiti i Uw." t-.
'WEThfR fO RIGA ST,
OrHot tliy and Portland
Weiltwai v fntr; eaaterly wlnda.
Ortrl -VVednfaday flr:
wrmr l'nriiiiaHt portion; -aaat
My wln4 ,, e
Jt aia. . wn,n o vva paea
Vwaia'J0 i' Pub"- We are not
t oivJ!.1iv'T',r,o P0,l "
i aae.li ?f vfy ooaaon we nuiho
a. ,n up yu n P,oh
katl:,""' goo, vaiuae. Wlee
)rw tll. ,"',cl,t flood clothee at
"''j follow their example.
, CXCLUSlve !L0THItr.3
'. f ' Mailt tta.
THE NEW HAROUN-AL-RASCmP
CHURCH MAY LUR
TMK. tUOCNt CONGREGATIONAL
CHURCH ASKS RIV. PROCTOR
If HC Wn.L CONSIDER CALL.
0 KEAD LETTER TO (UCATION
Rev. Proctor flaaaantly Situated Here
and May Not Accept, In Caaa
the Call la Ten-
Two weeka a no Rev. W. M. Proctor,
paaior of the ConKrenat tonal church,
waa Invited to apeak before the Eu
gene Y. M. C. A. on Sunday afternoon.
February 18, and to preach In the
Congregational church tn that city In
the evening. He accepted theae In
vitation and apent a pleaeant day In
Thla week Rev. Proctor received a
letter from membera of the Kugene
Congregational church aaklng him If
he would conalder a call to be paator
of that church. Thla letter will be
read to the local church of that de
nomination In thla city at the meeting
for prayer aervlce on Thuraday even
ing. Rev. proctor did not go to Eugene
aa a candidate before the church there
and yet he knew the church waa with
out a paator. and' had been hearing
candldatea, before he went. He la
very pleaaantl- altuated here, and
nee ma to lie well aatlafled with the
Oregon City charge. And yet there la
a great temptation to wlah to get Into
a larger city, with Ita atronger and
wider work; and aa Eugene la a col
lege town, and Mr. Proctor a college
man, the temptation to aay yea la
very great. Not that Mr. Proctor haa
received a call for he haa not-but
the fact Jhat be la aaked If he would
conalder a call Indlcatea that he made
a favorable Impreaalon when he apoke
there ten daya ago.
Churchea In theae daya tre careful
to know whether or not men will ac
cept a call before one la I mined ao aa
not to prejudice the altuatton and to
refrain from any em harassment that
may come la having one call turned
down and then offering to aome one
elan Romethlng that haa been refused
by another. In case Rev. Proctor
should reply In the affirmative the
church In Eugene will likely call a
meeting and then vote aa to whether
or not t will extend a call.
Rev. Proctor la doing good work
here, and his Oregon City congrega
tion will he loth to lone Mm: and he
himself haa expressed himself aa not
wishing to sever these pleasant rela
tione at thla time, still If the church
at Eugene is insistent, and the way
opena up plainly In tha matter, the
temptation to better himself may
prove an , Inducement sufficiently
strong to lead hla to enter that wider
field of uaefulnesa In the vineyard In
which hla life's desire la centered.
Surprise Mlsa Edith Jaekaon.
Friends of Mlsa Rdlth Jackeon met
at the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Jackeon, of Clalrmont, Tuea
day evening for-a surprlsa on that
young lady, The occasion waa the
celebration of the young lady'a birth
day, and there waa a very pleaeant
time spent by friends and guests. The
whole neighborhood Joined In making
the evening, one long to be remem
bered. . , . n ',
- YOUNG MAN RECOVERING.
Will Require 'sever-nT Weeks Mora o
, Raat In tha Hoepltal.
Reynold Forabarg. who mt wlu
paiktul twUot ,wWH working near
hla hoaa at VlUunette on Sunday,
.a A vji tatran ttf
Ireoruary iw, u
taa tt r,?r.'i cp.
,r"ai . ri.n r was . narforiaM.
when portion of the tnteatlnea waa
A DREAM Of BAGDAD. MADE IN GERMANY
t . mjV- ."- . 1 7- la a aV n
reaaoved. la improving, and bis condi
tion la favorable, but be wilt tm. re
quired to rfmaln In the hoaplul sever
al weeka louner. ,
Mr. Foraberg waa asalattng hla fath
er tu-law, p. C. iMnovan, tj remove a
long and a board waa placed beneath
It. when It broke throwing Mr. Fora
berg Into a hole. He fell on his back
sustaining Internal Injuries. neceaHl
tatlng the removal of pnrt of the In
testine. DEBATERS ARE CHOSEN.
Effort to Be Made to Get a Special
Car to Make Trip.
The choice of the-High school of
members to participate In the debate
at Eatacada Friday evening reaulted
In Louise Huntley, Mary Money and
Waldo Caufleld being choaen for the
honor. Tbeae young people must sus
tain the negative aide of the question,
"Resolved, That Immigration Should
lie Further Restricted."
. There la an effort on foot to have
the debate noatonpd for a week aa
the young people have ao ahort a time
to prepare.- There are aeveral united
in an effort to get a special oar to run
to Kstacada and back after the debate,
but aa the company Inslsta that there
must be 40 to get the special li is
feared tbe attempt will prove barren.
Otherw-lae the debaters' will need to
sli p tn Eatacada over night.
ST. PAUL'S SERVICES
DURING LENT SEASON
SCHEDULE AS LAID DOWN FOR
THE GOVERNMENT OF COM-'
MUNlCANTS OF THAT FAITH.
Today la Ash Wednesday. The
Episcopal church haa two great faat
daya In the year Aah Wedaeaday and
Good Friday.- On both thane daya by
the discipline of the Episcopal church,
only one full meal Is allowed and that
without meat. The service of St.
Paul's Episcopal church. Rev. C. W.
Robinson, rector, will be aa follows:
Holy communion 730 a. m.', morn
ing prayer, Litany and office of penl
tkncc, with aermon, .10:30 a. nt; ev
ening prayer 7:30 p. m.
Ily ihe discipline of the Episcopal
church every day In Lent la a day of
abstinence, especially Wednesday and
Friday, when no flesh food Is to Ve
During Lent the sevvlcea at 8
Paul's church are dally mornl
prayer 7:15, Holy communion 7:30 a.
m., evening prayer 7:30. On each
Wednesday In Lent the choir will be
present and a sermon - will be
preached. On each Friday In Lent
at 7:30 there will be a Bible class and
an Instruction for those adults who
are to be confirmed. The children
will be Instructed for confirmation on
Saturday afternoon at t o'clock. Bish
op Rcaddlng, of Oregon, Is To confirm
at BL Paul's church on Wednesday ev
ening after Eaater.
DIRECTORS WILL MEET.
Fruit and Produce Union Offlcera Will
Settle on Certlflcatee.
The board of directors of tha Or
gon City Fruit and Produce Unlo. will
meet at S p. m. today at toe warenouee
to go over the business of the past
month. Thlncs have progressed fav
orably for the first month of bualneaa
and the manager and board are feel
ing good over prospects,
i Principal among the matters to
coma up for consideration Is the ques
tion of tha laaue of trading certificates
to member. The plan la to Issue
eertlfloatea stating how much fruit or
produce haa been delivered to tha
Unloa and what turn tha holder of tha
certificate will receive for It, and tha
Union etanda hack of tha certificate.
That will enable tha holder to go to
business man and trad oa tha eertl
ftcate, and tha Unloa wtU pay tha
holder of the certificate whether ha ha
tha original owner or not. Tha (arm
and scope of thla certificate will be
settled 'on by tha boa re or directors.
nacriba for tha Dally Enterprise.
Raven-Mill In Punch.
GOOD ROAD SAYINGS
FROM A BUSITIESS MAN
TELLS WHY A MAN SHOULD HAVE
AN EXPERT ON THE JOB TO
The Interest in road , building In
Clackamaa county grows aa the day
go by. Aud tbe more the subject Is
studied tbe easier it Is to see that
past methods of spending thousands
of dollars without knowing what one
waa doing, or where he waa coming
out, baa been a dlaaatroua onaw .Wltb
thla In mind another Oregon City bust
neaa man haa "taken hla pen tn band'
and Indited a few tinea aa to how the
matter appeala to bim. It will pay
you to read the communication, and
then conalder Ita strong points for a
few days to see If the writer Is not In
the right. It follows:
Editor VKnterprise: Looking at the
matter of roadbulldlng from the bual
neas man's atandpolnt, I would aay
If I had $150,0H) to Invest In build
ing a wagon road, a railroad, a fac
lory, a mill, a buslnesa block or enter
prlae of any kind that I did not thor
oughly understand myself or did not
have tbe time to give to tbe work.
providing I did understand It, I should
first look for a competent man to take
charge of the work. I would cheer
fully pay him a reasonable per cent
on my- proposed Investment for the
sake of knowing positively that I was
getting the worth of my money.
If I could not find the, competent
man or could not afford to pay hla
price, I would keep my money. Nev
er, under any consideration, would I
expend It without the beat obtainable
I would expect my superintendent
to nave ma money, not coat me mon
ey; that Is. he should save me more
than I paid him.
Now, wa have about 1150,000 to ex
pend on our county roada and I be
lieve It possible to hire a road engi
neer who could aave ua twlceaor three
tlmea hla aalary; becauaa roadbuild
Ing today la a profession or a aclence
and no man la fully equipped to prac
tice It unleaa he haa been . properly
educated In that profession. -W.
An effort will be made to organize
a young married people'a Bible class
In the M. E. Sunday achool, and a
meeting will be held thla evening for
largains In v
2'a "cr tract In Clackamas Heights.
' acr tract on Maas Hill ',
I BlocW Improved good S-room house,
16x24 barn, city water, on Sixteenth
''j - '
Corner lot on Twelfth;, and Jefferaon.
Beth atreete Improved. Good 8-room
house, " ' '
1 lota an Seventeenth street. '
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Corner business lot or Sixteenth street
Lota In Gladstone and a few. on Fern
Large lot In Weat Side Addlthn.
Prieea rvaeanalM. Terma to ckiHt pur-
TTe Le Cl-i-iix
nEW SCHOOL LAWS
EXCERPTS GIVEN HEREWITH FOR
THE PERUSAL OF' READERS'
AND SCHOOL PATRONS.
anaaawaaswa-W ' '
KEXT DOATO JUNE 2I TO 24
Facta Concerning the Different Certi
ficates to' Be Issued Under the !
preeeitt Lawe Now In - - :
At the meeting of tbe last legisla
ture aeveral lawa were paaaed affect
ing the public achoola and Dublli
school government With a view to
acquainting county aupertntendenU
officially with theae changed condi
tions State Superintendent L. R Al
derman baa aent out printed informa
tion covering theae polnta. We nub
lish below portlone of this circular
which will be of Information to aur
Under the new law on supervision
tbe County Superintendent of each
county having wore than etxty acbool
districts shall appoint on or before
June 1, 1811, four members of a Coun
ty Educational Board, of which board
the County Superintendent Is ex-offl-
clo chairman. The membera of the
board receive no compensation, ex
cepting traveling expenaes. Members
of thla board muat be legal acbool vot
ers and no person holding any other
county office, excepting the County
Superintendent, shall be eligible.
on the first Monday In . June the
Educational Board shall meet and di
vide all tbe acbool dlatricts in the
county excepting dlstricta of the flrat
claas Into . supervisory districts No
supervisory district ahall contain lees
than twenty nor more than fifty school
districts: The County Superintendent
shall be counted, as auperylsor for one
district and-tbe board ahall employ
atiperrleora forthe other districts.
Tbe aupervlaor shall le employed for
not leaa than ten moo the each year at
not leaa than $100 per month to be
paid from the general fund of the
The next examination will be held
on June 21, 22, 23, and 24. There will
be no examination In August hence
all pereona whose certlflcatee expire
In August, or who wish to take teach
era' examinations in order to teach
next year ahould write at the' Jane
examination... The new law doea away
with the county certificates,-. but you
will have, authority to laaue county
certificates on State giades until May
Under tbe present law applicants
must complete the subjects for a
State certificate within three succes
sive examinations. The new law pro
vides that auch persons may complete
ti.elr examinations under the lawa
now iu force. All persons, therefore,
who are writing for State certificates
r-hould appear at the June examine
Applicants for a one-year State cer
tificate must make a general average
of not less than 75 per cent and shall
not fall below 60 per cent In any one
of the following subjects: Arithmetic,
clvjj government, geography, gram
mar, history, orthography, physical
geography, reading, school law, theory
and practice of teaching, and writing.
Applicants for a five-year State cer
tificate muat make a general average
of not leas than 85 per cent and shall
not fall below 70 per cent In any one
of the following subjects: Writing,
orthography, arithmetic, physiology,
grammar, geography, theory and prac
tice of teaching, reading, U. 8. history,
civil government, school law, psy
chology, American literature, algebra,
physical geography, and composition.
Twelve months' teaching experience
Is required for this paper.
Appllcanta for a life State certlfl
cate must make a general average of
not leas than 85 per cent and ahall
not fall below 70 per cent In any one
of the following subjects: Arithme
tic, writing, orthography, reading, phy
siology, achool law, civil government.
grammar, gjography, theory and prac
tice of teaching, U. S. history, pay
chology, American literature, English
literature, algebra, physical geogra
nhy. plane geometry, botany, physics,
bookkeeping, composition, general hla
tory, geology, and history of educa
tion. Six montha teaching experi
ence Is required for this paper.
Applicants for primary five-year
State certificate muat make a general
average of not less than 85 per cent
and ahall not fall below 70 per cent
In any one of the following subject a:
Methods In reading, methoda In erlth
metlc, methoda In language, methoda
In ireoaraDhy. theory and practice of
teaching, writing, orthography, phy
siology, paycboiogy, ana in aaamon
thereto shall write a thesis on an edu
cational subject selected from a list
prepared by tbe superintendent or
public instruction. - Twelve montha
teaching experience la required for
this naper which tires the applicant
authority to teach only In the flrat,
second and third gradea.
No examination In English clasalca
will be required in tha June examina
tion oa account of tha lack of time for
announcementa and preparation. All
examtaatlona will be baaed upon toe
text-books adopted by the State Text
AN INFORMAL PROGRAM.
friendly tfelf) Claea Will Combine
1 BueHiee and Pleasure Tonight.
Taa FrVandry Bible class of the
Frr'iTterlan Sunday achool will hold
a tr-'4" meeting Wednesday even
tual. lll,b aa Informal pro
gram 1 wls occasion with a debato
by met .ora of ths cJaaa, Ths ub
ret wia be, "Resolved. That a City
Girl Kakaa a Kors Competent Wife
Than a CwunLy OUrl."- Affirmative.
IZelb Kidder, Oartlsa Andrew and
-Choiee office roont in Oambrtnua
btoek: steam heat. See 1. J. Tobln
Etta Long; negative, Harry Miller,
eta Andrews and Helen Ely.
Miss Blanch Bailey will give a talk
on tha sublect. "Fi a ija nn "
This wa the eubject assigned Mlaa
uauey at the recent banquet when
she waa unable to attend on account
Mia Ethel Kidder will read a paper
of class topic.
Good Thing to Be Presented at the
Meeting In Gladstone. ' . ,
Following la the program for the
teachers' local Institute to bet held at
Gladstone, March 18:
"What Practical Arithmetic Means,"
i F. C. Buchanan, Can by.
"What The Country School Can Do
to Keep The Boy on tha Farm."
. A. M. Winn, Harmony. . s
Dinner by tbe Ladle of Gladstone.
Literary Program by the Gladstone
BCDOOI , .,
"Better. Health Condition in the
W. C. Joller. Parknla-
"The Child' Bide of Thinea". . . . .
A. C. Freel, Barclay School, Oregon
F. J. Smith haa luat eomnletul a
handsome new home at Clalrmont.
ths I a beauty and a credit to the
HUMANE SOCIETY MET
FOR BUSINESS MOmDAY
DRINKING FOUNTAIN WILL BE
ERECTED PEOPLE CHARGED
WITH CRUELTY TO REFORM. '
The Clackamaa County Humane So
ciety met In the Bank of Oregon City
parlors on Monday evening, and Im
portant business was brought np for
discussion. Many complaints have
bwen received by tbe organization, In
which dumb animals have been aeg
I'Ctwl, and all the cases hare been
Invest t natetl. and the ownera; prom
ised to look after them la -the.futur.
- Among the - subject ttiat , were
brourht op' for consideration was the
erection of a fountain, which is to o
erected by the Humane Society In tbe
near future. - Already two fountains
have been erected through the soci
ety. It ha not yet been determined
where tbe fountain will be erected.
and some of the member suggested
it to be located on the East Side be
tween Oregon City and Milwaukie, aa
there la at present no place for the
horses to drink. Some of tbe members
were in favor of having tbe fountain
established on Twelfth " and Main
streets. It is probable tbat action will
be taken in tbe very near future to
determine the exact location, and the
matter to be, brought up at the next
The meeting of Monday night waa
presided over by tbe president,. Miss
Anita McCarver, and there was one of
tbe most enthusiastic meetings held.
There have been several members
taken In, and it la the intention to se
cure a larger membership.
V A PENNY SAVED IS A PENNY EARNED '
SO MANY PEOPLE' LIVE IN
Living cheap taxea. low water free eavlnge large. There are many
advantages and privileges afforded the owner of a Clalrmont acreage
tract that cannot be obtained. in the city. Aak u about than. - r
W. F. SCHOOLEY & CO.
Both Phonea. , V1? Main St" Oregon CMy.
TT .mfe !wc S
Beautiful Residence Section
ivsst mmm c
Near Suspension Bridft2.
Prices Will Shortly Advance.
1. W. BAKER
2 tzd 3 Masonic Bldgr,
I , t
TWO CHICAGO HOSPITAL GRAD
A UATEB WILLING TO OPEN !
WOULD OFTEN SAVE KBTS UYtS
Live Wlrea Endorse' the Movement
and Appoint A. A. Price Com
mittee of On t Co- .
Oregon City may have a public bos- -pltal.
Two young women, graduates
of tha Cook County hospital at Chi
cago, arrived in the city Monday and
held a conference with M. J. Lazelie,
secretary of the publicity department,
who took up the matter Tuesday with
the Live Wires, and A. A. Price waa "
named a special . committee to Inter
view the physlctana and surgeon and
the various manufacturing concern
of the city, with the object of ascer
taining Just what support might be
There are scores of accident aa- '
nually in . the three big paper mills
here and there haa been for yeara ,
urgent need of a hoapital. There la
no way of handling emergency cases,
and In more than one Instance 'Uvea -
of wounded people have elowly ebbed
away under a wait of an hour or more
for an electric car from Portland.
These conditions are very lamentable)
and tbe sentiment Is general that they
should be improved. ' j
Tbe nursea propose to rent a build
ing in tbi city and fit it up adequately
for treatment of patients, and If thlf
is done and the physicians co-operate
with them; there hi no reason to ques
tion, tha- success of the enterprise.
There are few, if any, town In the
State aa large as Oregon City, without
Malurliimi lA ailrilrinn tn nubile hem- .
pltals. . ' v-t.Vi::'7' -
The Live Wires hare indorse Uie.
protect and will lend every aid to e-
cure the establishment of thla Uece- .'-
sary Institution.,- -. . : -
PUBLICITY COMMITTEE MEETS.
Will Further Consider Plana at a Bee-
r lon Thursday Evnlng.
The fmhlicltv committee of the Com-
merrtal rinh met Tuesday and organ
ized for the year. The committee ia
composed as follow: o. D. kdj, u.
T. McBain. Frank Busch, M. D. Lat.
ffliratta and J. VL Hedge. The club
will meet again on Thursday at S p.
m and on that occasion eaca ia to
come forward with an outline of work
for the year. O. D. Eby ia chairman
and M. D. Latonrette secretary.
Frank r.aaser. of Molalla. has pui-
chaaed a 24 acre tract In Clalrmont
allotment and will begin a new nome
In June. ,
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