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M0UN1N0 ENTERPRISE, TUESDAY, MARCH. 28, 1911
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It Wouldn't Pay to Advertise
A Poor Articler
Nor a proposition of doubtful merit or honetty for idnidtn
0.dye, are -DISCRIMINATING. They know, values thty know
GENUINE thlnge, genuine opportunity. .. " -
oy artlolo which aan b told by advertising Is, by that tot, a
COOD artlolo. YOU aro oaf In buying a thing which has "stood
the lira of publlolty."
Th maker of widely advertised artlolo, or commodity, la al
wty, on trial for his bualnoaa life. Ha cannot ahlrk, nor cheapen his
product and thla la the boat possible protection for th consumer.
you aro SAFE l buying advertised things It'a the logic of
nowaday business conditions. N
1 mi v a1hh"'.' fMolH, tu In this
city on Monday.
Oar ro stylish and cblo. 'Mlaa
. J. R. i'"1". ' Molalla, waa In Ore
goo City '" Monday.
Glluert Allen, f Molalla. waa In
Oregon City on business Monday.
(lllbert Allen, of Molalla, waa In
"Oregon on bualnoaa Monday.
OA. Schunbel, of Bhubcl. waa. In
Oregon lty on bnelnees Monday, y
D, J Kropf. a prominent farmer of
aurora, In Oregon City on busl-
rr n rt,l of Hsndv. was In Oreaon
City on Hunday, and waa registered al
D. J- Kropf, a prominent farmer of
Aurora, l Oregon City on busl-
, V. n Krlfl. of Bandy, waa In Oregon
City on Sunday, and waa registered at
Mr. Madison, of Cryatal Springs,
as transacting business In Oregon
.Cy yesterday. -
Chsrlri . Warble, of Canby, waa
among the Oregon City bualneaa visit
on on Monday.
J. M Ware, who his been at phllo
tuib. hH relumed to Oregon City,
it wire to return later.
Harry (.tcason, of Kansas City ad
iiiu.n l.-ft on Sunday for Seattle,
Wtib, where ha will remain until
You take pn chancoa when you
by fleur at' llarrla (Irocery. Wa
tarry only the "money back" kind o(
Route AKnta A. P. Rapp and H. fl.
Nutter, i f Wells Fargo A Co. Expreaa.
were i h. cktng up - the Oregon cuy
, Dried finite are. getting araree, hut
are mill selling those fine dried
apples ami peaches at 10c per lb at
E. C. Ashbaugh, representing the
Hartdon llagedorn Company, of Port
land, wiih In thla city on bualnesa
Monday, fraying on; the evening train
tot Canby. . ,
Tks Sophomore number of the Ilea
ftriu n juat off the proas and In the
audi of Ita friends. U la a very
crerffabU number and Ita contents In
flate much caro In Ita preparation.
Woodburn la to hold Ita fourth an
ml horaa ahow on Friday, March 31
-Friday of thla week. There will be
a grand parada of stock at 9 a. tn. and
l parndo of prize winners at 4 p. m.
There waa a good attendance of
Woodmen at the evening aervlce of
St. Paul's Epleeopal church Sunday,
at which time the rector. Rev. Cha.
BoliliiHon, preached a moat excellent
The Mountain View church la under
going renalra. The eaterlor of th
building la being repainted, and a new
earpet hsa been purchased. E, C.
Dye will have charge of the aerrlcea
at this church on next Sunday.
Officer Shaw baa taken the matter
la hand and purpooea breaking up the
bshlt of newshoya Jumping on and off
of moving tralna at the 8. P. depot. In
a effort to sell their warea. There
Is loo much danger to the boye anJ
Chief (thaw aaya be cannot permit of
The picture to be ahown at the
Orsnd Theatre tonight la entitled "The
Lily of the Tenementa." Thla la a
picture with a moral. The atory la a
recital of what befalla aome of the
girls unfortunate enough to live In the
tenements. The picture Is a Blograph
and Is wild to be Tory good.
The first of the aerlea of aermona
by Rev. 8. A. Hayworth. pastor of the
Baptist rhurch, given on Sunday even
log. wns well attended and the con
("cation manifested much Interest.
There nre three aermona In the aerlea,
and the remaining two will follow at
the evening services of the two aucJ
PEOPLE POINTED OUT
Mr. Alvln IJndahl apent Sunday at
the family home In Woodburn.
Or. Bchorey, a Woodburn phyalclan,
In the city to aee a patient on
Mr. and Mre. H. T. Buxbee went to
, Clarke on Sunday, where they apent
s the day on their ranch.
, Mr- Pr-ter Jacobaon la here from
"no on a visit to hie brother nd
-mlly, John Jacobaon
Mrs, tnakeep, of Cams, haa moveJ
the city and taken up her reeldenee
on Madison atreet.
Mr. Chester willa. of Canby, one of
v if i iimm Art o . .. .v inar
In Oregon City on Sunday
''"ting with friends.
ilAt,orn"T J. H. Latourette, of Port
a In Oregon City on Morlda
way to Albany, where he oea
w "mi business. ,
Messrs. A. A. Price and Joe Justin
Pnt tho dr Rundav In Woodburn.
cloth? Mr" rlc P,n t0 open np '
avure in. me near miuro. .
".M.rv.,nd Mr- Harry McCarver and
""in sr. Mlsa Leila, of Portland,
w In this city Sunday, guests at
nome of Mr. and Mra. C. C. Bab-
Mlsa Constance Kin;, of Portland,
vum- th cltT Saturday and 8unday
"sitlni friends ' ,
vu.1" ?nd Mri- Edward B. Brodle and
reiurnea tiunaay nmui
; m ,B Sunday visit at Btigene.
th. w,nim H. Proctor, pastor of
U, .,!t Congregational church, left
a" "Ight for Seattle, where he waa
called by telegram; announcing the
serious uiness or bis brother. The
telegrsm waa received juat before
the evening aervlce, and Mr. Proctor
left Immediately afterward.
Mr. and Mra. Conn, of South Dakota,
are visiting with Mr. and Mra. R. W.
Porter, of Gladstone. Mrs. Coon la a
nlere of Mra. porter, and she and her
husband are looking for a location.
Mr. Henry Ilrand, of Mountain View,
left the latter part of laat week for a
trip to Kurope. Mr. Brand wilt aiiend
aome time at hla old home In Ger
many, which be left many yeara ago.
Mr. I p. Moulton, wire and little
daughter, of McMlnnvllle. were guests
Sunday of hla mother and sister, Mra.
L. B. Moulton ad Mlsa Eva L. Moul
ton, llvlna near l!tone
Mlsa Echo S pence, who haa been
sick with measles for the past three
weeks and unable to be In school,
again look up her atndtea In the Ore
gon City High achool Monday.
Mlsa Ethel Green, wtio la employed
In the dental parlora of Dr. Vaugban,
of Portland, arrived In Oregon City
Monday night for a brief visit with ber
cousin, Miss Bedonla Shaw.
Mr. Creston Brown, aon of Mr. and
Mra. frank Brown, of Sell wood, who
formerly resided In thla city, and who
recently underwent an ofieretlon for
appendicitis, la Improving, and able
to leave the hospital for hla home,,
Mr. M. Slasendlne, manager of the
California Jewell KeMer Company at
San Francisco, arrived In Oregon City
thla morning and la a guest of Mr. and
Mra. W. II. Howell, of SOg Jefferson
Mr. E. J. Swafford, aecretary for the
Thomas Kay Woolen Mtlla at Salem,
arrived In Oregon Pity on Saturday
evening, and apent Sunday with his
brother, J. L. Swafford and family.
Ha returned to, lila .home .on Sunday
evening. . ,
Mra. Laura Slaughterback and Bis
ter. Mra. Margaret West, of Portland.
in n.nn rMf v nn Hundav. aiieat.1
wnw .,. w" -
of Mr. and Mra. C. O. Miller. J. M.
lAwrence, brother-in-law or Mrs. Mil
ler, waa also a guest at the Miller
home Sunday. Mr. Lawrence la In
Portland on business and la from
' Mr. William mller. coualn of Mra.
irii..kth Warner, of Mount Pleasant,
and whose residence la at Oranta Pane.
arrived In Oregon City on uauirasy
remaining over Sunday at the Locust
nann Me. fuller will remain In Port
land for a few daya before returning
to hta home In Southern Oregon.
Mr. and Mra. E. J. Hall and daugh
... ui.a union tiaii. Mr. and Mrs.
Archie Slravhorn. of Portland, formed
an automobile party tnai came io we
nn nn flundav and were guests
of Mr and Mra. C. W. Evana. of Center
atreet. Mlsa Helen Hall, although 16
yeara of age. had charge or me car.
and la an experienced chauffeur, and
la a very enthusiastic driver.
Mra. Kate Wlaner McCluskey, of
Chicago, la expected hre thla week
to visit her brother, J. N. Wlsner.
ii.. unPinaka la a wonderful resd
er of beautiful atorlee and la at pres.
ent teaching in the Cumnocg wcnooi
of Oratory at Loa Angelea. During
here vlalt here it la possible that the
people of Oregon City may have an
opportunity to hear Mra. McCluskey
Lodge Friends Give W. H. Smith a
Surprise Saturday. Evening. f
- Saturday being the birthday annl
reraary of W. H. Smith, of S10 Center
atreet. aome of the membera of the
Pythian Slatera called at the 8mlth
home laden with good thlnga to eat.
The evening waa devoted to music and
games, and the host waa preaented
with a beautiful gold Knlghta of Py
thias lodge button.
Present were'Mr. and Mra. R. Oood
fellow. Mr. .and Mra. A. M. White.
Mr. and Mra. F. D. 8ltnmona, Mr. and
Mra. Charlea McCormack, Mr. and
Mra. C. Brunner, Mr. and Mra. J. F.
Blount. Mr. and Mra. W. A. Blount,
Mr and Mra. W. If. 8mlth, Mre. Joaeph
Beaullau, Mra. Woods, . Mra. Barton
Barlow, tdlsa Llllle Trembath, Elda
Baxter, Gladys Blount, Dorothy Bar
low, Margaret Slmmone.
THE HALL OF FAME, t
JAMES MADISON "Father
X of the Constitution" and fourth
18. 17Q1; died
frou Princeton In
Y delegate t the Continental con
gross ana to me censumuonai
cnnvsntlon. In which bo took a
moat conspicuous tart Kept
juuriiai vi iu '
body and Joined with Hamilton
and Jay In publfahlug the Fed
eralist. Later broke with. the
Hamilton faction and became
associated with Jefferson. Serv
ed aa aecretary of atate during
Jefferson's two terms and auc
ceeded him aa president, 1800
17. It waa during Mgdlaona
administration that the war of
1813 occurred. Socially the Mad
laon regime waa brilliant
STONIT WELL SHOWED
FLOW OF OIL SUNDAY
DRILL PAS8INQ THROUGH FORMA
TION REtEMBLINQ THAT , IN
STONK. Or., March .7.Spl.)
The drill In the oil well la atlll going
down but for the past 2i hours It haa
gone down alowly. The drill la down
1128 feet, a downward movement of
14 feet the puat day. The drill Is In
a hard substance that la thought to be
rock and It Is expected to drive the
casing Into this and ahut the water
off again. The water waa entirely
shut off at about 800 feet but since
that time, the men can scarce get It
shut off until It bresks through again
and annoys. .
The drill Is now In a bard aubstance
that the drillers think to be rock. It
followed a vein of black aand of sev
eral feet In thickness and ibis may be
the bard crust that la Juat above the
oil, a phenomena often found In the
California flsld. In any event It la
likely to enable the drillers to get a
good foothold for the abutting off of
the water, which will destroy all op
portunity unless It Is headed back.
Sunday the drill penetrated Into the
black aand. and let loose quite a flow
of aand and black oil, and the drillers
ssld It greatly resembled the black
oil of California. When it waa reached
the men at the drill became greatly
enthused and were aortaio. good news
waa near at hand. The hard forma
tion Into which the drill Is now work-,
Irig Is' almost certain to give the men
an opportunity to drive the caalng
In so securely that the water may
again he ahut off entirely. Tbla munt
soon be accomplished If oil la to be
found In paying quantities.
The drillers experienced men In
the business are satisfied with the
prospects and have offered. In case
oil Is not found before, to take half
their pay for drilling In stock If the
company will go down 2000 feet be
fore stopping the drill. Which shows
that to the experienced eye there la
something In the prospects here that
lead men to have confidence In the
Samplea of- What la taken from the
well have considerable grease and
crude oil la nothing but dirty greaae
In them and It la only necessary to let
It stand a short time In a dish until
the grease and oil como to the top In
a noticeable quantity.
The drill la atlll being, driven Into
the ground and the two shifts of men
are making notable headway.
, . CLAHKS
Mr. Debreve'a horse kicked the
front part of the wagon In and hurt
hla foot Tuesday.
Oacar lloel. from Portland, ia out
In Clarka to look aler hla farm.
Alex Scherruble waa out Jn Clarka
on . Thursday. He Is going to leave
soon. Ife Intends tor make his home
In Central Oregon.
Mr. Tallman sold.eix.ht hogs the
other day. , ..
The Buol Broa. are clearing a
piece of land to sow to oata.
Mr. Marshall haa finished hauling
manure on the notatoe natch.
. Ham Rimer hauled manure on the
land be Intenda to plant potatoea on,
Mr. Bottemlller Bowed H) acfea of
Mr. 8ulllvan, road supervisor, Is
blasting ont atumpa.
Mr. Wettlauper'a hired hand left the
Dora Marquardt atayed out of achool
to help her father sow oata ana veun.
Mrs. Rungo and aon Clyde are
Mra. H. O. Inakeep and grandchild
have come to Oregon City to make
their home, and are occupying one of
the Cheney cottagea. on, Madison
atreet. Mra. Inakeep haa resided at
Carua for many yeara. She recently
disposed of her property Interests
CRIME ON INCREASE
SPEAKER IN ORATORICAL CON
' TEST PRESENTS FACTS IN
PROOF OF STATEMENT.
EUGENE. March J7. The Unlver
atty of Oregon atudent, Carlton Spen
cer, who won the recent IntercoUegj
ate Oratorical Contest held In Eugene,
brought together aome aignlflcant
facta In regard to crime and ita cauae
In the United States. In hla oration.
"The Rust on Our Legal Machinery,
In speaking of the marked Increase
of crime, the perversion of Justice by
the courts, and the common disrespect
for a law Spencer cited how the Un'
ted Statea leada all natlona In the
crime of murder and especially unpun
Ished murders; how crime coBta the
nation more than the value of Ita to
tal output of wheat, coal and wool:
how In the 20 yeara prevloua to 1904,
homlcldea Increased twenty per cent,
and only one and three tenths were
punished: how every year the lynch
Inga outnumbered the legal executlona.
while agalnat thla latter fact, the Uni
ted , Kingdom of Great Britain haa
not na a lyncntng ror seyemy-nve
In analysing the cauae for our pres
ent day lawlessness aa a nation, Mr,
Spencer believes that the old love for
law and order which la the heritage of
our race haa not Buffered retrogres
sion, but that the cause for crime Ilea
largely In the defective criminal pro
ceedure of American eourta, tn the
strict adherence to legal precedent,
the necessity of which no longer main
talna alnce merciful and Juat lawa
themselves offer protection to Inno
. Mr. Spencer pointed out that In
England aa late aa the eighteenth cen
tury there were two hundred and
twenty-three offenaea punishable . by
death: that a man accused of crime
waa totrlly without protection; that
the Indictment waa written In lan
guage wholly unintelligible to the pri
soner, that he waa allowed no counsel,
could not testify In hla own behalf,
and had no appeal.-.
Aa a natural revolt against such
lawa, merciful Judgea enforced tech
nically in favor of the accused. .They
would release Innocent men upon the
slightest defect In the Indictment or
trifling error in the procedure, when
Justice could be secured In no other
American courts atlll follow theae
rulca and precedents, long after the
necessity baa passed away. Aa a re
sult, crlmJnaJa laugh at the law, or
openly defy It, with the certain knowl
edge that tbey can escape with little
or no punishment if they have the
means to fight In the courts. Thla la
the Indictment agalnat our system of
court procedure. It Is very largely
the cause for American lawlessness.
Will Equip Ball Team.
The puplla of the Mount Pleasant
achool will give an entertainment at
the achool bouse On Saturday evening,
April 1, th proceeds of which are to
gu towards the purchasing of base
ball aulta. An excellent program Is
Baseball Men Think Coming Sea-
. son Will Be Greatest Ever.'
INCREASED INTEREST IN TEAMS
With Magnatse at Pssce, Flstoher Idea
Dead Issue and Few Holdouts, the
"Fane Have Chance te Oovote All
Their Interest te Plsyera Alens.
According to those In tbe know, the
baseball season of 101 1 is going to be
the most successful, Uuani-Iully and
otherwise, ever known on the circuits
of tbe major leagues and of tbe rent
Class A oripinliathmx the Eastern and
American a ssoctatlons.
Never haa there Ix-vn such a pleas
ant off aeaaon or m in which there
were so few rows among tbe magna tea.
LNt spring many Hraona Interested
fa baseball were tired out by tbe time
the campaign onenvd from having to
wade through the urtk-lea printed In
the off season, wherein one magnate
accused the other of being a crook
and of belug more at borne In jail
than at large. Talk like, tbla wasn't
good for baseball, and fortunately tbe
mud allngera hsve realized thla patent
fact and Btopped bsrklng at one an
other. Moat of the news that haa been
printed during the winter waa legiti
mate, and there wns little cause for
the energetic scribe to have to do any
Tho fana now are interested In base
ball aa they never liefore were, due to
the fact that their luterest baa been
kept alive all winter by tbe chron
icling of the paat exploits of the new
comers and by the-reflghtlng of bril
liant lo t ties of days of yore. There
was do scrap about tbe re-election of
Thomas Joseph Ljrncb to the presiden
cy of the National league,, tbe big
organlzatlgna drafted and adopted
their achedulea without any members
of the Joint committee getting peeved
at one another, and Ed Barrow step
ped Into tho presidency of the Eastern
league wlthont a riot call 'being sent
to tbe police.
Players, fana and scribes alike took
the Fletcher inuewweat ea a Joke, and
the third rail league passed away
before It got Into tbe Infancy stage.
One good thing the Toledo promoter
did for tbe gallant athletes was to
ahow the magnate the - foolishness
of their former methods In welting
until Feb. 1 or March 1 before send
Ing oat the contracts to their play
era and I he wisdom of algnlng their
atara to long term agreements, Fletch
er aided the magnates, too, for aa a
result of the. failure of hla plan tbe
athletes learned tbe capitalists were
not going to risk their filthy lucre In
financing a third league and learned.
too, bow much It cost to run a bell
teem. The pantlmera no longer look
on their employer aa persona who
coin barrels of money wlthont baring
to assume any rinks.
The holdout league had fewer mem'
bera during the off season of 1910
11 than for many yeara. Garland
Jacob Stahl carried out hla threat
to retire, but it wasnt because the
terma offered him by John Bring
Taylor were not satisfactory, but be
cause he thought It waa wise for him
to lead the simple life of a banker
rather than the turbulent life of e
It la a cinch that the American
league will be run thla year In the
aame smooth style It alwaya has been,
and conditions point to tbe National
leagne campaign -of 1911 being leaa
turbulent than the races of previous
yeara. In the executive chair of tbe
parent organization la a man In whom
the eight club owners have confidence,
though they all do not love him with
an ejidurlng affection. Lynch, how
ever, baa the men who do not like him
scared, and those troubbeoroe twins,
C. Webb Mnrj'hy and DTorace Fogel,
will think twice before they attempt
to atari anything. ;
The Eastern league ought to do bet
ter thla aeaaon nnder Edward Bar
row than It did when Ita chief execu
tive waa the Marathon king. Barrow
la giving tbe big minor organization
of thla section of the baseball world
hla undivided attention, which la
something thnt Ita former president
did not do and really could not be ex
pected to do. rowers could make much
more money on outside enterprises
than by devoting all hla energies to
the developing of the Eastern league
and cannot be blamed for only giving
the club magnates $5,000 worth of serv
ice. The new president ia a bustler,
a bard worker and haa the happy fac
ulty of making friends and retaining
them. Ho has ahown already that
he haa good Ideaa about bow a leagne
should be run, and It la only a ques
tion of time when all hla employers
will realise that hla Idea a aro baaed on
aound logic. '.
Barrow believes that In order for'
a league to succeed It ahould be a case
of the league first and the clubs after
ward. Thnt la the Jlea Tom Lynch
haa and the Idea on which tbe suc
cess of the American leagne waa
based. Everything 1s running along
smoothly tn the American association
under President Tom Chlvlngton.
Watch the aeaaon of 1911. It la go
me to be a bummer.
Ma Build Traek In M.xlo. .
California racing men may build a
track at Tia Jnana, Mexico, across the
Self Corid emnea
By MARCARETi C DEVEAUX
Copyright by American Press Asso
ciation. 1U1. t
M. le Judge Curler was dispensing
Justice on tbe bench during tbe French
revolution. The Justice he waa dis
pensing wss betweeu classes, not indi
viduals. The noble hud tyrannized
over tbe common people for centuries.
Now the common people were endeav
oring to extirpate tbe nobles from the
face of tbe earth.' Judge Curler wa
sending a batch' of tbetn to the guillo
tine. "Who la this?" he snlted.' seeing a
girl, a mere child, brought before blmFi
"Cltizenesa ElUe Bellalr," replied the
officer of tbe guard. -
"Who ordered her brought here? She
la not old enongn to to understand the
difference between patriotism and tyr
rany." "She waa Included In a list furnished
by M. Marat"
"Indeed," said the Judge, frowning.
"M. Marat la accustomed to make in
quiries If all those on hla Jlata have
been taken care of."
"But thla one did he know that ahe
la a chlldr -
, The officer shook his bead. M. Ma
ra t'a brain was not eo to him to
Tbe Jndge pondered a few momenta.
There waa so dm thing wrong In thin
case. Possibly a list bad been made
out and presented to some one in au
thority who had signed tbe warrants
accompanying it while thinking of
something else. Nevertheless tbe Judge
did not dare disobey tbe order be had
received to sentence every one sent be
"Take ber away with the others,'
he aald reluctantly.
He waa looking down into the child's
face pityingly. She aaw tbe expression
on the Judge's face. Children are jult k
to recognize their friend, and the mar
quise, not understanding that the
Judge had sent her to the guillotine,
smiled at him. Then a soldier took ber
little hand in hla and led ber away
with the others.
The Judge anked one standing by
something about her and waa told that
ahe waa the Marquise de Bellalr, and
alnce she alone represented the Bel
lalra and since the revolutionary com
mittee waa anxioua that no member of
tbe family ahould be left alive the
child had been marked for execution.
When the deed had been done It would
be put down to an error. - - -
The Judge weut home that evening,
and bis own little daughter, about tbe
age of the child be had condemned.
eat upon hla lap, put ber arms about
bis neck and kissed him. -
"How hot your face Is, papa!" she
JLJe unwound ber arms, gently put
Ict away, and called for a glasa of
wine. ' He bad stood up under the
grim duties required of him till tbe
matter of tbe little marquise had re
quired hla attention. He did not eat
his dinner and went to bed feverish.
The smile he had received from the
little marquise had unnerved him. All
night be lay in bed, two eights coming
np alternately before bla mental vision
the one the marquise's smile, the oth
er her little figure lying on the gull
lotlne, tbe drop of the knife and her
little curly bead dropping into the
In tbe morning Judge Curler looked
as if he had passed through a fit of
alcknesa. " He ate nothing, spoke not
a word. When he went out after
breakfast hla little daughter put up
her arms, aa waa her custom, for her
morning hug and klsa. Her father put
her away and left ber standing with
tears In her eyes In the hallway.
The Judge turned Into a boulevard
and after following It for awhile en
tered a atreet that led him to the
Place de la Revolution, now tbe Place
de la Concorde. lt la one of the most
spacious plazaa In the world, lying aa
It does between the Champa d'Elyaeea
and the gardens of the Tullerlea. Car
riages drive through It, but few who
ride or walk past ita fountalna and Ita
obelisk think of the work that waa
going on there more than a hundred
A crowd waa collecting about tbe
guillotine, and a tumbrel waa driven
np loaded with condemned persona.
Aa la passed tbe Judge be caught algbt
of a little figure about half the height
of the others" and aaw a little hand
waving to him. He walked on and
Joined the party at the guillotine. At
the moment an officer began to call
namea from a list he had In hla hand.
"Cltizenesa Ellse Bellalr!"
The Judge , approached, took the
child by the hand and aald:
"I condemned tbla child by mla
take." He waa recognized by tbe officials
and permitted to lead tbe little mar
She waa never aeen again. In Paris
till long after the revolution. She re
turned a middle aged woman. A
When the Judge went borne that
evening he seemed to have the aeal of
death upon hla brow. He took hla
little daughter In hla arms, while tears
rolled down his cheeks.
In the middle of tbe night there
waa a knock at hla door. Tbe Judge
went downstairs and met an officer,
who told him he waa under arrest for
being In conspiracy with the emigres.
Tbe visit waa not unexpected, and the
prisoner went with the soldiers with
out a word of protest
A week later a tumbrel drove np to
the guillotine In the Place de la Revo
lution, and among .those who stepped
out waa Judge Curler, no died on the
engine of death from ' which he bad
saved the Marquise de Bellalr.
Home From California.
Mra. Harry Aune, who has been In
Oakland, California, where ahe haa
been receiving treatment for cancer,
haa returned to ber home In this city,
and haa recovered. Mra. Aun haa
been undergoing medical treatment at
the Dr. Bohannon'a Sanitarium, and
apeaka In tbe highest terms of the in
stitution. -. '
The following are those who have
Mffiatarnd at tha Electric Hotel, Carol
Kingsbury, H. Chapman, New Tork;
H. McKensle, portiana; w. Biiienn, j.
B. Frlel, Sandy; Mike Theodore, O.
RaJney, eltyj A. J. rullle, city; S. A.
Ford, city; T. A. Trauger, Portland;
John rianagaa, city; Gilbert Allen,
WEODEO IN PORTLAND.
The Groom Waa a Former Realdent of
Announcementa were received in
thla city Monday of the marriage of
Mlaa Dorothy Jorgenaen, daughter of
Mr. and Mra. IL C. Jorgenaen, Port
land, and Mr. William E. Marshall, of
Russellvllle. Mr. Marshall la well
known In tbla city, having made hla
home at Canemah for many yeara. He
la the aon of tbe late Mra E. J. Mar
shall, of tbla city. The marriage waa
solemnized on Saturday evening at
After a brief honeymoon Mr. and
Mra. Marshall will make their .future
home at Russellvllle, where the groom
la a prominent bualnesa man.
M. E. BROTHERHOOD MEETS.
Banquet and Program Will Be Given
In Church Parlora Tonight
Tbe regular monthly banquet of the
Methodist Brotherhood will be held in
tbe. parlora of the M. B.' church this
evening. Supper will be served at 7
o'clock, by the lad lea of the church.
Tbe program of the evening will fol
low tbe feaat.
Principal among the apeakera of tbe
evening will- be Rev. C. E. Cllne, D.
D., of Portland, and N. D. Lokena, one
of the secretaries, of tbe Rose City T.
M. C. A. There will be a recitation
by Will Snidow and muale by Prof.
Douglass, a violinist who will be ac
companied by Mra. Douglasa.
Tbe promise of good thlnga la cer
tain, both at the feast and in the pro-'
gram which will follow. Friends of
the church and congregation will be
GYPSIES ENJOY EVENING.
Mlaa Marjori Caufleld la Hostess
Guests Play Ffve Hundred.
Mlaa Marjorie Caufleld entertained
the Gypales at her home on Saturday
evening at Five Hundred, Miss Veda
Williams winning tbe prize. The
rooms were decorated green and yel
low. Refreehmenta were aerved dur
ing the evening.
The guesta were Mlaa Cle Pratt,
Mlsa Emily O'Malley, Mlsa Veda Wil
liams, Miss Helen Daulton, Mlsa Beea
Daulton; Mra. C, H. Melasner, Mra.
Walter Wella, Mra. M. D. Latourette.
EUGENE. March 27. The Inter
collegiate Oratorical Association, com
posed Of the eight leading collegea of
Oregon, baa . been in exlatence for
nineteen yeara. Nineteen contests
have been held. The Univeraity of
Oregon leada with five victories to
her credit. Pacific College and Mc
Mlnnvllle College tie for aecond place
with four first placea each. Willa
mette Univeraity, Pacific Univeraity
and Albany College tie for third
place, with two victories each. The
Oregon Agricultural College and the
Mon month Normal School have ween
unfortunate, neither of them ever
having won a first place. In the laat
five yeara. the 8tate University haa
won first place twice, and aecond
place the other three yeara.
BIRTHDAY SURPRISE. '
Frlenda Take Mrs. Jennie Butts' Place
By Storm Saturday Evening.
Mra. Jennie Butts, of Park place, was
taken completely by surprise at her
home on Saturday night by many of
her frlenda. the occasion being her
63rd birthday. Mra. Butta waa pre
aented with remembrances of the oc
casion. The evening waa devoted to
gamea, guessing, contest and music.
In the guessing contest Mrs. Joseph
Brunner waa awarded the first prise
while the aecond prize went to Mrs.
F. Frazler. A luncheon was aerved
during the evening.
A most delightful evening waa spent
by the following: Mra. J. T. Apper
aon. Mra. F. Hayford. Mrs. John Kent
Mra. T. Brown, Mra. J. C. Moore, Mra.
C. Rivera, Mrs. F. Frazler, Mra. W.
Rivera. Mra. Retta Rivera. Mra. Frank
Brenner, Mra. James Keeley Mrs.
Fred Slevera, Mra. Joseph Brunner.
Mrs. S. J. Jones, Mr. and Mra. Paul
rtutta, of Portland: Mis8 Catherine
Tlrunner. Mlaa Ethel Butta, Willie and
Next Brotherhood Meet
Pr. Wm. Paraona, of Portland,, will
deliver hla lecture on "The Making of
tbe Constitution" before the next
gathering of the P fsnyterian Broth-
arhrwwl AnH 11.
A new male quartette from the local
lodge of the L. O. I. will render bov-
rt numbers. The members of thla
quartette are William and Hugh Ken
nedy, Harry Miner ana Jonn Ktcnisoa
Mra. Mary Russ. mother of Mrs. E.
C. Warren, died Sunday evening at
her home in Montavtna. mnerai ser
vices at the Baptist church in Mon
tavilla at 1 p. m. Interment at River
view cemetery. Frlenda Invited.
Elmer Worthlngton had the mis
fortune" to cut his left foot while at
work on the Mt. Hood Railway at Bull
Run. He came home Friday and la
out on crutchea.
Mr.' and Mrs. Crum were called to
Portland Sunday on account of the
alcknesa of Mra. Krum'e Bister.
C. W. White Is Improving slowly.
Mrs. Wm. Holt and Mre. D. K.
Worthlngton apent Sunday In Van
couver with Mrs. Holt's alster.
Rev. Henry Spela preached Sunday
evening to a large audience. The
tinut fort the evening services haa
been changed to 8 p. m.
Oak. Grove Push Club will hold Ita
regular meeting Thursday, March 6 in
the M. K- church. All invited.
TV- anhnnlmatea nf Ruhr Stromer
gave here a surprise. Saturday after
noon. Games of all Kinaa were in
dulged In and a pleasant afternoon en
Joyed by all present' Refreahmenta
were aerved by Mrs. Stromer.
Wanted At Once!
Oak Grove ; V
FOR THE f
Liberal terms to hustlers. See Mr.
Miller Circulation Department, En
terprise, Oregon City Oregon. ,
DISSOLUTION, OF PARTNERSHIP.
The partnerahlp heretofore exletlag
under the firm name of Story A Thoav
aa, having been dissolved by mutual
consent, all liabilities of the firm are)
aaaumed by Owe Q- Thomas and all
accounts due the firm are payable to
the aforeaald Owen O. Thomae,
Dated at Oregon City, Oregon, this
24th day of February, 1911.
H. r. 8TOJIT,
OWEN a THOMAS.
Wants, For Sale, Etc
Notices under thaew classified hasdtnaa
will b Inserted at on cant a word, first
Insertion, half a cant additional tnaar-
tlona. One Inch card, ft par month; half
Inch card, (t Unea) It par month.
Cash must accompany ordar unlvaa on
haa an open account with tha paper. Ne
financial reaponalbillty for arrorai where
rrore occur fraa eorrectvd nolle will be
prtnUd for patron. Minimum chars It.
WANTED Small advertisements for
tbla col'itnn. Prices : very reasons
able. See rates at head bf column.
VACUUM CLEANING done for 60
centa an hour. Call Paclflo Statea
WANTED Waitress at Electric Ho-
FOR SALE Bay horse, weight about
1000 or 1100 lba. Inquire of Geo.
' M. Shover, Boardman Station, Ore
gon City car line.
FOR SALE By owner 2.71 acres,
four room house, barn, cow, horses
chickens, well, fruit trees, small
frulia. Concord Static, telephone.
Oak Grove, red 214.
1V4 acres on Division 8t, 6 room
house,' bath room and basement,
barn, chicken house, orchard and
email fruit city water. Price $1,300.
Terma. Clyde It McRae, 1002 Main
FOR SALE 10 Acres orchard land,
7 acres planted to apple trees, 7
room house, amall barn, 1 miles
from Oregon City on good road,
$3,600, terms for quick sale. Tele
phone Farmers 213. 8. R. Cogan,
R. F. D. No. 2, box 13f, Oregon
City, Oregon. ,
STOLEN OR STRATED - from , 11
12th Street Sunday, two white rab
bits. Finder return 'to above ad
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR.
HA RAT JONES Builder and General
Contractor. Eatlmates cheerfully
given on all classes of building
work, concrete walks and reinforced
concrete. Res. Phone Main 11L
O. D-. EBT, Attoruey-et-Lew, Money
loaned, abstracts furnished, land
titles examined, estates settled, gen
eral law buaineas. Over Bank of
Oregon City. j
U'REN A '8CHUEBEL, Attorneys-at-
Law, Deutacher Advokat will prac
tice In all eourta, make collections
and settlements. Office tn Enter
prise Bldg., Oregon City, Oregon.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE. -
V. R.HYDE, Abstract Office
Land titles investigated, conveyan
cing, notary public. ( '
trOMPETITORS COPY :
Room 7, Barclay Bide Oregon City.
K. H. COOPER, For Fira Insurance
and Real Estate. Let us handle
your properties ws buy, Bell and
exchange. Office In Enterprise
Bldg., Oregon City, Oregon.
FRETTAQ A MONEY, Real Estate
Dealers, have choice bargains In
farm lands, city . and suburban
homes, good fruit lands and poultry
ranches. See us for good buys.
Near 8. P. depot
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