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OREGON CITY, OKEQON, TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1911
Via. Week, 10 Cents
ffl EACH DAY
rMJT ABC RUEP
V,T TMUWVjr. .
rW . .lultllllllTIN
KEIP OUT or
" PRISON LONOER.
W( COURT REFUSES WM
' . j 'a.,..,. It Ra.
Liitlen Tu"" -
dud No Now Fc That couio
Be Mad Vital to
. i-iiAS'l'IKCO. March 6. (Bpl.)
Ubi Rii'-f """,0 ,""t pl,y ,oU"
i nrlaon for I bo H-yoar larm in
,m. ami h- lost. Tuesday ho Diuat
I id th prison unleaa ho can turn
L,tblng up that la nowhere now In
km Ah Hu"f. who haa lived llko
pd for tl"H i""7 ''
8e fit or the iinu. mu iiim
r . .i .... iivImkn fa r A
Af RU'I " V " - -
IT f'"' W,,,, ,n wn,rB 10 "
Liln nmiiera before going to pri
ll and It granted, and ho ueed
I.', .hnl. wwk trying to atudy up
nn schema of escaping fato anj Iho
Kurt. It l (ttuii'trul whether any court
rill glv him another chance to mako
n m-mpt In cheat Juetlo.
V fl hours notice no wm reqmrao
b five before no mum mae any iei
t.- A than aakad tho California
Lrm fuurt for parnilaalon to pro
Lt a petition for tho court to rocou-
.tar In ren-nt onmra ana in riH a
kt; In tba nn-anilmo. Tbla tho jiylo
Wuwd. toiitmnl auya another t
Wnpt will l niatlo, from tho prison
MUST CANCKL RATI.
lillwiyi Will Not Ba Parmlttad to
Su.pcno ina Advanoo.
WASIIINCTOS. March B. (8pJ -
lidtm mllay offlrlnla who waro
fcihwi to put naw and advanced
itra Into nHration on tna rauwaj
rld ronforrnra and aakad tho Hail
ny rommlmlin to allow them to ana
rni tholr advanced ratpa from March
I to NnvaffiW i. nd not to cancel
k prrtpoMd rta, aa ordorad by tho
smmlulon a fw daya ago. To tbla
k rommlMlnn replied refuattag tho
uMfniiion and Inalatlng on tho can
Thli arlkia" of tho oommlaalon
Mn, (Air lower ratea will do lu
brra tor two yaara.
I nit Broktn at Oneo, Saya Oovar-
ALBANY. N. Y.. March 6. (8pl.)
h lmM'railo Inaurgonta here balk
a cauriia aa tbay do not wlah to
art their handa tied. An effort la to
nidii lb hold anotbor conference to
Ilk matK-ra over, even If tho Inaurg-
!ti won't go Into a caucua. gov.
i la Mid to have aent a demand that
eonirHtanta at onco nettle their
IfortncoR ao that a Senator may bo
amea. Tbla tnuai no acoompnanea
Nw York will have but one Sena-
V In the apodal aeaalon.
HRCC TEMPERANCE ADDRESSES
lit Superintendent of Anti-Saloon
Lwaue to be at M. E. Church.
J. R. Knodoll, gtato auperlntendent
the Orr-Kon Antl Saloon League, of
prtland .will aieak Sunday at tho
B. church In thla city. There win
ihre at-rvlrea and an effort will bo
ld to nil the church on each occa-
Mr. Knmlcll will apeak to worn
only at 3 d. m.. to men only at 4
m. and to a mixed multitude and
hoped by thoao having the .matter
tharce ttmt thpre will bo a roultl
Me-at the evening hour, 7:30 p. m.
Mr. Knndcll la aald to be a atrong
..r, and It la aald that be refralna
pm pflrsonnlltlea Intended to hurt
p feellnKN of thoae who do not hap-
fa to think JiiHt aa ho doea.
WEATHER FORECAST. .
Oreiton City and Portland
Rain; aouthnrly wlnda.
Orepjon Rain; aoutherly
winda, becoming brlak to mod-
lately hlch alone: the coaat. 0
fw UU 1
Wn,,r,t,0B you plan to buy
y.. ,tr,ct,y "tyllah merohandlaa
I TkLj 8 ' 11 n,r0-'
'LftiuLl" ,nd MICHAEL STERN
j -ni,; Dont fall to aea them.
- EXCLUSIVE CLOTHIERS
Not Llko 0 there .
'. Ith and Main Sta. -
a-' r fwm . r jt- i aam. ''aa -ab
DOES JAPAN SEEK WAR
WITH THIS COUNTRY?
S. OAKLEY KNOWN IN THIS
CITY, THINKS SO JUST
HOME PROM ORIENT.
IL 8. Oaklny. who will ho remm-
bored by a few Oregon City people,
nd who yeara ago waa a ateamboal
man on the Willamette, told aome In
terval Ing trutha In a recent Interview
which wo reprint aa of Intereat to
fc.War may not be aiarted aoon, but
on every band In Japan la found evi
dence that the Inbabltanta aro antici
pating trouble of tome kind and there
la no queatlon but that government la
Innlrumwntal In the purchaae of heavy
atiicka of flour and wheat wherever It
can be negotiated for, and, beaidea, an
rder haa been placed with England
for another modern battleahlp," aaya
11. 8. Oakley, of Spokane, who waa
puraer on tho flrat llghtdraft ateimer
operated on the Upper Willamette,
making that run In 1877.
n company with hie, wife, Mr. oak-
ley yeaterday terminated a 40,000-mlle
Journey that began laat 8ummer with
Ma departure from Spokane and em
barkation for Europe via New York,
nd hla return to the Norlbweet vJa
San rraiiclaeo, coming from the Ori
ent. The China plague alluatlon la In a
moat aerloua elate," he aald. "There
will bo over 1.000,000 deatha ahortly.
udgtng from the fact an average of
300 are dying dally, and unleaa the
Summer, heata check the apread there
la no aueatlon but there will be the
greateat loaa of life alnce tho Middle
Agea. Mlaalonarlea are leaving' the
country for their homea in the United
Statea and England, aa tnero aeema
to be no ceaaatlon of tbo epidemic. '
Should the dlaeaao reach canton, in
the form It haa been prevalent else
where In the empire, there la certain
to be dire conaequencoo. With Ita
population of 3,000,000 aoula, living In
01th, with no acavengera dui nogi, na
tho entire newer ayatem an open one,
Canton will offer dlaaatroua Induce
menta for an epldemlo.k The dlaeaae
la dlagnoeed aa being of tho pneamo-
nlo type and tho mortality haa been ao
great that inbabltanta of the Infected
dlatrlcta are terrified. ! aaw a Chlneae
lvtn hv the road at one point ano
It waa apparent he had been atrlcken.
Not one of hla countrymen wouia oner
aid and he remainea mere an auer
nnnn. until ho died.".
Mr. Oakley waa In more than one
marine venture on the Willamette and
Pninmhii rlvera. but he recane nia ex
perlence on the ateamer unio, wmcn
niiorf . far aa Corvallli and Eugene,
aa one of tho moat aternuoua. He lert
laat night for hla nome. out eapecia
to return to apend a few weoka re-
vlaltlng old aeenea, aa be naa reureu
from active huaineaa.
A YEAR FOR OESERTION.
Qlvcn Hla Liberty on paroia, rn-u
rt,i-ta'a'nrickar. of nawego. charged
with failure to aupport hla wife and
four children, entered a plea of guilty
vaatarda afternoon and waa sen
tenced by County Judge Beat to to
aerve one year In the county Jail. It
atinwn that Brlcker la not In the
beat of health and mat tna eiaeei ui
...... i a ,
hla children 1a a son is years oi aa",
.nrf Jnrlaa Beatle paroled Brlcker,
...... to nar nia wue eu
month toward the aupport of tht faml-
ly. . - '
Nxt program By Woman'a Club Will
j ' Ba Along That. Line.
m- urnm.n'a rinh will hold their
meeting at the Commercial Club
Thnmrta afternoon. It waa
planned to have a debate on that day,
ihi. v. hoen Indeflnliely poet
poned. and the Mra. B. W. Boott. who
baa charge of the program on thla day
haa decided to have it "nou"i'
Day." and she haa arranged the fol
lowing promam. ,.
. Tjihnr Ravine? Inventlona for tna
t. M.. n K. Itardlng; "Pro-
.. 'nf the Pure Food Law,". Mra
Roalna routi;-rValtlng Houaekecp-
WAR IS NO LONGER M-
sv1' rxsi i -
er," Mra. O. C. Drownel); tJomeetle
Science in the Schoola at the Preaent
Time, and Plana for tho Future." Mlaa
Ida Mae Smith; queatlon box; Instru
mental aelectlon, Mlaa Madge Urlght
tilll; Inntrumental aolo, Mlaa Florence
Urnce; vocal aolo, Mra. Frank DetxeL
Mra. M. D. Latourette Entertaina.
Mra. M. D. Latourette entertained
the Gypalea at-her borne on Four
teenth and Main atreeta . Saturday
evening, the feat urea of the evening
being. Five Hundred,, and the prize
being won by Mlaa Deaa Daulton. He
frenhmonta were aerved ' during the
evening, and a delightful time apent
by Mlaa Zlda Ooldamlth, Mlaa Edith
Cheney, of Portland, Mlaa Almee Bol-lack,-
Mlaa Cla Pratt, Mlaa Helen Daul
ton, Mlaa Doaa Daulton, Mra. Waller
AT PARKPLACE HOME
EIGHTEENTH ANNIVERSARY OF
MISS PEARL JONES REMEM
BERED BY FRIENDS.
Mra. Sam jonea entertained at her
me at Park place on Saturday even
ing In honor of her daughter, Miss
Pearl, whose 18th birthday occurred
on that day. The memoera or me
Parkplare High school claaa were the
gueata, and a moat enjoyable evening
waa apent In games and guessing con-
testa. In one of the guessing conteata
the flrat prlxe, a postal card album,
waa awarded to Mlaa Ethel Butts, ana
a Henry Fraaler has eatabiianea a
reputation of carrying away the booby
prlsea at the parties given at ram
place, and did not break the record on
thla occasion, he waa given a fine,
Juicy lemon. During the evening a
luncheon waa aerved by Mra. Jonea,
who waa assisted by Mra. John Kent.
The rooma of the -Jonea home were
very artistic In their decoratlona, daf
fndlla and college pennanta being uaed
Present were Miss Kaue urunnw,
Mlaa Vera Hendricks, Mlaa t-inei
Butta. Mlas Grace Barnett, Mlsa Amy
Peckover, Mlsa Myrtle Holmes, Misa
Mildred Barnett. Mlaa Pearl Jonea,
Mlsa. Re va Jonea, Mra. Sam J. Jones,
Mra. John, Kent; Messrs. uiarence
Rrunner. Henry Fraaier, Aaoipn
SdIoso. Will Lucas. Frank Peckover,
Ernest Pursell. Lester Brunner, Henry
Loenberger, Kenneth HenuricKa.
MEADE POST C. A. R.
WILL -WORSHIP AT ST. PAUL'S
CHURCH IN THE MORNING
BAPTIST IN EVENING.
Ten dava ago the officers of St.
Paul a Episcopal church extended an
Invitation to Meade Poat. O. A. R.. to
aHatori relleioua aervlcea In that
church as a Poat. on Decoration Day,
A fear dava later an inviuuion waa ir-
aivai from tha naotlat church. At
h maatini- Saturday the Poat voted
to accept both invltationa. worsmpiun
with the neODle of the Episcopal
church In the morning and with the
Bapttat church In the evening.
Tha memhera of the Poat will meet
at the hall ahortly before the- hour of
service and march to the church in a
body. A large turnout la being
planned for. Aa the old eoiaier ooye
are getting on in years there la more
than ordinary intereat to their friends
In connection with these annual aer
vlcea. Each year there la a thinning
in tho ranks of the poeta the eountry
over, and the fewer there are of our
"Natlon'a defendere" the warmer
hv aeemlngly have In our
License to marry waa lasned Mon
day to Marian Rosa and Howard Nya.
Dannall in SL Lauia Oloba-Damoarat.
SENIORS DUOY PARTY
WOODMEN HALL' IS PRETTILY
DECORATED FOR OCCASION
The Senlora of the Oregon City
Hrkh school gave a narty at Woodmen
Hail on Saturday nlaht. that proved a
moat delightful affair. It waa attend-
ed by-snout 70 young people, the pat-1
ronesaea of the evening blng Mlaa I
Edna Caufield. Mlaa Louise Brace and I
Mlsa Esther Johnson, In the early
nart of the evening there waa a grand
march, which vii Jed by Mlaa Esther
Johnson and Thoraton Howard, and
ueaalne- conteata and tnualc followed.
In the bean messing contest the
Drlzes were won by. Miss May 8mlth
and Chrla Michaels. Refreshments
and punch ' were aerved during the
The Woodmen hall waa gaily deco-
rated for tbla occasion with pennanta
of bright colore, festoon a of crepe
paper of the clasa colors, green and
cream. Thla was one of the moot sue
cesaful parties ever given In thla city
by the students of the Oregon City
The committees in arranging for
the affair were aa followa: Enter-
talnment. Bothwell Avlson, Madge
Brlghtblll and Haxel Tooae:' decora-
tlona, BernlcoaDawaon. Zeta Andrews,
Milton Nobel; invitauon, Misa Maua
Park. Fay Batdort. Ray Scott: refresh-
menta. Evelyn Harding, Margaret Me-
Culloch and Ethel, Kidder. . , :
Gate K. O. T. M. Insurance
Record Keeper of the Knlghta of
Maorabeea E. 8. Follansbee received
on. Monday morning tne insurance
policy of 31000 of the late Millard
Hyatt.-and Mr. Follansbee will today
take It to the widow, Mra. Jessie Hy
att, who la at preaent realdlng in Port
Mr. Hyatt died aeveral montha
avn nA hmutht to thla c.ltv for
burial, and had been a member of the
K. O. T. M. for eeveral yeara.
. j . -r b l.
SUDS' I'nvnuBMi i vve v opi.
Superintendent F. J. Tooze, of the
v . .aL.la kaa aaAAlwavl a n
invitation to aaaresa me aiuuem bouj
.ml faemtv of Pacific University aome
time this month, Thl. I. honor
mai uoeani come i u...
tendent in the amall city achoola and
Mr. Tooxe will undoubtedly prepare
hlmseTto reflect credit on the school,
thai he renreaents and the city In
which lie 1a principal
Read the Morning Enterprise.
Bargains. In " V
2', aore tract In Clackamaa Halghte.1
yt acre tract on Maaa Hill. .
1 Block, Improved good 8-room houae, I
16x24 barn, elty water, en Sixteenth
Corner lot onTwelfth and Jefferaon.
Both atreeta Improved. Good 8-room
16 lota on Seventeenth atreet
Corner business lot on Sixteenth street
Lota In Gladstone and a few on Fern
Ridge. 1 -
. ' ' ' '"' .'
Large lot In Waat Side Addition.
Prieee reaeonabla. Tarma to ault pur-
T. L. Charman
CITY DRUG STORE
HRE II! MATTRESS
DID HIE DAMAGE
DOUBTFUL IF THERE WAS ANY
FIRE FROM EXPOSED LIGHT-
INO WIRES. .
NORE DAjMACE BY WATER THAN FIRE
Smoke So Danae That Fireman Could
, Not Sea Juat Where Fire
Waa or What It
Some new thlnga come to light In
connection with Sunday nlght'a fire
when the acene waa vial ted by day
light Monday. It waa plain that the
moat of the fire waa confined to the
back room, where .there waa found an
old mattreaa that had been ablaze.
There waa no place found where there
waa any certainty of lire else wb ere.
When the firemen came upon the
acene the amoke waa pouring out
through . the roof and through the
openlnga from the loft or attlo above
the atore In auch quantity that one
would think the fire muat be in the
attic. The firemen thought tbla and
mounted the roof and cut their way
through Into tho attic. But when
tbey did ao tbey found plenty oi
amoke but no fire. The hose waa
turned into the bole for good luck
and after aoaklng the ceiling the men
were called off the roof.
It la the belief now that had the
firemen been able to aee Just what'to
do they might have taken the mattreaa
and waate out or aoora ana ex
tinguished It there and aaved throw-
inc anv Water on the atoclc at all. The
amoke waa ' ao dense when the fire
men did arrive tttaan one could aee
a foot ahead, hence the atep taken
that waa taken and the outcome aa it
VETOES THE FRANCHISE.
Council Paaaea It Over the Mayore
Head 12 to Z.
.SALEM. Or.. March 6. (Spl.) The
Salem, Fails City and Western Ry. la
aeAkina- a franchise In thla city. The
Council paased the franchise and the
Mavor vetoed 1L Then Council to-
night passed the veto over the Mayor's
had bva vote of 11 to 1. The Mayor
1 then took the floor to explain and bo
talked very plainly of bribery and
money easy to . get., ,No accusation
I were made, however,
I streams RISING RAPIDLY,
PENDLETON. Or.; March 6. (Spl.)
Streama In thla part of the State
are rising on account of warm rain
that have fallen, . melting the snow
and thus adding greatly to the usual
volume of water.
ROOSEVELT'S TRIP WEST.
r--.pratident Will Start Wedneaday
. a(n Ba Away Till. April 26,
Kcnr YORK. March 6. (Sal.)
I Theodora Roosevelt will .start for hla
tHn nv.r country Wedneaday. and
h. -.m not he home again until April
H) ... at0n la at Atlanta, then
I to New Orleans, crosses the continent
to tne southewst country, cinces up
p.Mfle Coast to Portland and
Ha wiii be at Portland about the
Kth nf Aorll. at which time he Is to
speak to the people aa they gather to
Auto Takea to Bucking Sunday.
Th auto of F. M. Laache, of Glad-
atone, took a notion to cnmD on to
the urilea belonging to H. W. Streblg
at hi meat market on Main atreet.
I Sunday, demolishing them and giving
I tha nwner of the auto a good scare,
r Mr. Lasche naa jusi lumea u u.-r
chine towarda the river to drive down
nrth atreet when mevacciaeni w
rnrrfui The scaie wns a
I -- . w , .
he settled ror mem wouu-,,
' . (.in T Snnrtav achool
The Baptist mission Sunday school
J t hext
rin, tha treat-
Bunaay. i u pui. --
er number of scholars Is to reeeira a
canta. After Sunday each on wno
brings In a new acholar la to receive
a song book aa a prlxe: f
HORSE TRADE MUDDLE ;
IS STILL UNSETTLED
WYRICK ET AL ASK FOR wa-
RANT FOR CHRIS SCHUEBEL, ?
BUT GET NONE.
In Sunday'a Enterprise waa printed
a atory of a horse trade In which
Chrla Schuebel figured aa attorney,
with the natural sequence that the
lawyer came out on iop.
There were two teama to the dis
pute, the aorrela belonging to Tom
Montfellne, of Milwaukle, and a gray
team tha property of 8. H. Wyrlck.
The teama were irsaoa uu iu
eMon 0f the men In direct opposi
tion to 4he listing above, witn ii m
tha hands of Wvrlck et al. Then
came the attempt on Montfellne'a part
to trade back, with Schuebel getting
In aa attorney and poaaeeslon of both
teama. ,' -"
Monday Wyrlck and CaaeCaae be
ing the et al. were out with blood in
their eyea, and the blood getting red
der each time they thought of what
Chrla had done to them. Bo a trip
was made to Justice Samaon and that
official Importuned for a warrant for
Schuebel. Samson at once backed np
and off tbey trotted to Recorder Stlpp.
Stlpn waa out of consolation powdora
and advised them to have their attor-
ney make the application In person.
Schuebel still bas ' possession of
both teams, and la atlll out of Jail, and
la determined to get that SIS back or
aell the gray team to get 1L
PROF. STOUT PLEASING.
Two Large Audiences Sunday, With a
Good Service Monday Evening. .
Sunday waa In Intereating one In
the history of the Baptlat church. At
the morning hour 17 new members
took the obllgatlona, followed with the
communion aervlce. Prof. B. P. Stout,
who alnga and preaches, occupied the
pulpit at both morning' and evening
At the evening service the bouae
waa packed, chairs being placed In the
aiales. The Professor waa at his beat
and thoae preaent were highly enter
tained and Instructed.
Prof. Stout aang again Monday
night and will be here tonight and
Wednesday. He will sing and talk at
each service and the pastor. Rev. 8.
A. Hayworth, will give a short addreas
at each service.
This church will bold its Brother-
hood banquet on Tuesday evening,
March 14. The Congregational and
Baptist churches will unite In the Boy
Scout movement, organizing on March
15. Each church will have patrols of
Ita own and the patrola Joining in one
band of scouts. .
Wil Elect Officers.
The Mount Pleaaant Civic Improve
ment Club meet thla evening at the
Mount Pleaaant school house, at which
time the election of officers will take
place, these officers to serve for the
ensuing year. Other buslneaa will be
brought up for discussion.
WILL BE REPAIRED
CLARENCE SIMMONS, A LOCAL
BUILDER WILL DO THE
WORK, COSTING S3000.,
Several weeka ago the crlticlsma of
the condition of the suspension bridge
across the Willamette River at this
point becoming Insistent, and that
there might be no cause for complaint
against bis court, County Judge Beatle
had a bridge expert make an examina
tion of and report on the condition of
that structure. Careful examination
showed the bridge to be la fair con
dition, and not in a dangerous condi
tion, aa the criticising public had
averred. ' -
The recommendation of the. expert
led to a decision to have certain re
pairs made so that the structure may
continue doubly safe. These repairs
will entail an expense of about $3000.
Clarence Simmons, a local builder,
haa been engaged to make the repairs
and will commence at once. Among
tn repairs to be made are new pillars
and reinforcement, as also the laying
of a new floor. When these repair
have been made the -expert . assures
the Court that there can be no danger
in the nse of tbe-brtdge np to a strain
three tlmea the usual load. '
A PENNY SAVED IS
80 MANY PEOPLE LIVE IN .
Living cheap taxea low water free aavlnge large. There art. many
advantagea and prlvllegea afforded tha owner of a Clalrmont acreage
tract that cannot be obtained In the city. Aak ua about them.
W. F. SCHOOLEY & CO.
Both Phones. 612 Main 8W Oregon City.
fully equipped with top, wind shield, gas lamps,' gen-'
erator, speedometer and magneto? No extras to buy, ,
$775 AT OREGON CITY
FIVE PASSENGER CAR $8 75
Inexpensive to buy, inexpensive to nsel" Travels 25
miles on 1 gallon cf gasoline. Tires last twice as
long as on heavy cars. Lots of power. One horse
power for every 60 lbs. weight.
HUNTLEY BROS. CO.
CLACKAT.IAS COUNTY AGEilTS
WILL PUSH DRILL
BATTERED PIECE OF CASING HAS
BEEN REMOVED OBSTACLES
NOW OUT OF THE WAY. ( ,
SIGNS OF 01 KABPANTDAiY
Will Not Start New Wall But S!n
Old One Down to 1200-foot
Depth, Using Two '
STONE, Or. March 6. (Spl )-
Well, the announcement la made offi
cially tinat the oil well people have
aucceeded Jn getting the casing that
waa fast In the well loose aad have
drawn it out, thna solving that put
of the difficulty; .confronting item.
This casing had been fast In tho well '
for several daya and continued bat
tering at It had badly defaced tb-i top
and made it very difficult to get hold
and draw lt. This haa finally been
done, we are told, and the well 1 now
In good shape for further pmresa
That meana that the flrat hri t
to L-c drilled further Into the bowel"
of Mother Earth, with the hope that
there will be an oil or gas flow worthy
tbo effort ' ' .
The Home OH ft Gaa Company boa
aucceeded In getting; driUers that
know the buatoaa thoroughly ard
these men will go ahead with the
work. A night and day ahift la to be
operated from tbla on and ltls be
lieved that the well will be down the
1200 feet that the company haa vcteJ
to go within the next 30 days.
This meana that the company, no
that the well ha been clean out.,
ia satisfied with the present well and
will not atart a new hole bat will purm
this one down deeper Into tba earth
with the hope thut it may prove pro
ductive. Proa peeve are very flatter
ing and the members of the company
are In no way discouraged, aa to pn-e-pecta.
but a trifle annoyed wl'a tho
ST. PATRICK'S BALL
To Be a Pleaaant Affair and to Be
Well Attended.' , r
.The ball to be given by the Merry
Dancing Club at Buach'a hall on 8t.
Patrick's night, March 17. promise to -be
one of the most successful dancing
parties given this season. The mem
bers of the club are a paring ao palna '
to make it a grand success. , .-,
Hoesley'a orchestra, of Portland,
one of the beat In Portland, haa been
engaged to furnish the music for the
dancing. Several new aelectiong nev- ,
er before heard on the coaat are to
be given on thla occasion. Many tick
eta have been disposed of by the
young ladles, and from ail indicationa
there will be one of the largest crowds
ever danced In the Bosch haU.
A PENNY EARNED