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OREGON CITY, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1911.
Pra Week, 10 Cents
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WASHINGTON, . March II. (Spl.)
r" ST chairmsnahlp of tha commit
C aTpoitoirir. and poetroad to
w- Bourn, of Oregon, whether
STftMldont would o hav hlra
irvr.lilnn or not According to
1 . t. - if 11 u nioraurr u
d.Bt b mt be glvan that poel
rT,4 president Taft would not
to BUI nim"' " " -
bav. been many plana put
tk 11 K BOW luv lu" w-. ,
I,. another but any on. of
.a would smack too much of a dl-
iUd and mat wouia nv
13 nd I ih. naU la not llkdr o
Ihouuhl that Bonra.-a hoatllltf
u TK lll i"ko It B.xt to Impoa
U (or th. 1'wldanU to put Into
rtrtita crtln r.forma in th. poaUl
lkt h. ha. In: mind. It
" i. iha ehalrman.bin. and
ST Admin' railun can now no
U. 10 bMd him off. h. will bo In a
ptM to m tor t0
tjort Bourn .;n -
MAY IITHI INO. rf
iu iT(wm. Tixaa. March It.
'sulH-Whiit Inob. Hh. th. and of th.
juiWi wtr I" t h.nd. It I. bllrad
m thtt one or both of th. Madwroa
n to r Kxi'ta to maat Dla tomor
t uA ib th m.ttnr la all aattlad
ib detail.. If th.ra ta an aTa
Ma( to nd talk It o.r -It la
July to .n pone-fully a. both aldaa
kn Urtd of lh
Aftorta Oat. Poatal Bank.
viaiiTMnrnN March 19. In th.
L lAilitional noatal aavtnaa da
LtiiorlM announoad by Poaimaatar
Urtl Bltehmck ara A.torla. Or
Wlam, Waah., and Kall.poll, Mont
owcat ron nttt.
I MM ntWTA. M.loo. March 19.
Lmh-lt la known that tha r.bal.
Vtn4 I td d.fwtt naar Urwa ya
Ma, d which tb.y loat TS m.n and
kdrraaltlon. The raculara loat.SO.
AT OSWEGO APRIL 22
OORAM PRACTICALLY . COM
MTED PROF. ALDERMAN
Ta program I. practically bom-
Vtai for th. taachara' Inatltuta, to
k WM In OawRO Saturday, April IS.
am will bo thro addraaaaa at tha
bmoon aomlon. aa followa: - Miaa
fuala 0. Portar, of PortUnd, . will
in -Tba ItMltatlon In Hl.tory."
Un Porter la an Or.con City product
M lb. la now tha principal of th.
tUlai achool. In tha Roaa City, and
M paople of ttala city arc proud of
laeond on tha program wilt ba an
Urt on "Reading." by Mra. N- D.
jiotleton. of Portland.
Prof. Toote will comol.ta tba work
V (hi forenoon with an addr.aa, anb-
aet to b announced latar.
Tbt dinner will ba alron by tba
Foman'i club, of Oawago. '
Tbt addreaa of tha aft.rnoon will
h by Butt Superintendent ot Public
"traction I It Alderman. : . ,
Mr. Clara n. Mora. nrinclDal Of th.
to achool. la nlannlna to glv.
ml taacbar who attanda two aouve-
" o( tba occasion.
TBI BUDlla of tha Ctawaao achool Will
rr I mualcal and literary program
)' tha afternoon aeaalon.
ball cow ar'ona of tha
VjtJf "w othr or hy?.th,r!
I ,Wl nOtltl J .J .
rwna man an tha atraata wna
naTV n,'M' th.lr,attlra ara
""""I our olothoa.
llttl. batttr. ' - .
' Like Otkara
ALDRICH PLANS ACCIPTCO.
ank.ra Cemmltta. Approval Com
mlaalon Will M.ka Campaign.
WA8IIIN0TON, March 29. After a
oonfaranca of two day. with tha our
raooy rommlttaa of tha American
Hank. re Aeaoclailon, tha Monetary
OoBimlaalcHl hu found Iha nrnvUlnna
of tba Aldrlch currency bill In tba
mam accapiauia 10 ina banker., but
thay have augge.tad changee In
PIARY It RIAR-AOMIRAL.
01 aoo verer of North Polo Roc.lv.
Commlaalon From Conoreaa.
WA8HINQTON, March 29. Robert
K. Pair waa today commlaaloned a
civil .nglnaar with tba rank of Roar
Admiral. In accord a uc. with tba act
of Congraaa paaaod at tba laat aea
alon. ' -' "" t
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PIACt COMMITTtC FORMED.
M.mb.ra of Houao af Commona tup
port Taft'a Arbitration Treaty.
LONDON, March - 29 A ganeral
commit tea, to ba mada up of mombaro
of tba Itouaa of Commona of all par
(Jh, la under proeeaa of formation,
with tba object of aupportlng Preal
drat 'Taft'a Anglu-Amarlcan Arbitra
tion treaty. .
RATE It CONFISCATORY.
ST. LOWS. Mo., March . BpU
Tha rallwaya won flret, blood In tha
two cant fare contention, th. United
Rtatea ClrculirCourt of Appeal, hold
ing that tba two cant-far rata In
Oklahoma la conflacatory.
HIGH SCHOOL PUPILS
HIOH SCHOOL ATHLETIC REPRE
SENTATIVES TO E CHOSEN
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Tha alhlalle lrvwul of ' Utah achool
nnnlla waa held at tha Chautauaua
Park grounda Wednaaday .afternoon.
Tha cnndldalaa were in gooa inm ana
paaaed tba ordeal with credit to them-
aelvea. Chaa. Kelley. Ben Tonkin ana
Prof. Freel acted aa Judg.a and Neleon
Dowland waa tha atartar. The .venta
and contaaunta wara aa follow:
60 yard daah: Joe Bheanan nrai,
Rrnaat Croaa Bacond. . Kant Wllaon
third tlm 6 1-6 aeconda.
440 yard daah: Kent Wllaon flrt.
Join Dambaoh cond,,Roy Oraye.
third 4mo 80 aecondfc " " .
. ia .rt hlvh hurdlea; Joe Bh.ahan
flrat. John Pambach aacond. Roy
Oravaa third time 7 4-8 aaoond..- I
too yard daah: Joe Hbeanan nrai.
Kant Wllaon second. Erneat Croaa
third tlma 10 8-6 aaconda. . '
110 yard daah: Joe Hheanan nrai.
Rrneat Oroaa second. Kent Wllaon
third 24 1-6 aaconda.
18 "pound ahot-put: John Telford
drat. Kent Wllaon aeoond. Fred Baker
third dlatanoa 36 feat 6 Inchaa.
Tha boy. have good wora. tor ma
manager of tha team, Herbert 8mlth.
whom they think haa dona mach to
bring out tba beat there la In tha boy..
Joa Sheahan acored 32 polnta and
Kent Wllaon 11. Tha achool repre
aentatlvea will ba choaen from thee,
HEW YORK'S CAPITOL
DAMAGED BY BAD FIRE
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LOSS ESTIMATED AT SS,000,000
VALUABLE BOOKS MAKE UP
PART OF ITEM.
ALBANY, N. Y- March 29. Flra-
aw.pt, amoka-fllled and water-
drenched. New Tor state a magnm
u H7 nnA nnn, ranltnl atanda tbla
morning a partial wrack, burned by
flame that atanea in in aaaeraui
library, datroyd tha entlr weat
win. and did damage eetlmated at
between f 5,000,000 and f7.000.000.
The fire waa got unaer camroi aner
...in mnn than four houra. It la
believed to have bean Matted by a
fueed electrM puab-button becoming
, t. an waa dlaAovared by an at-
tacha of tba Aaaembly llbraryand the
alarm waa aounaea at i:o ociwr.
r... u Unman reached the DIM'
alv atructure, prlcelea documents.
book and recoraa atorea in in Aa
aembly library had bean deatroyed and
t.... ii.mriniMii were balna threat-
UlllBl K -
aned. Tba Imitation oak celling of the
Aaaembly chamber, compoaea oi p-pler-macha,
waa partially doatroyad,
aa waa alao the famoua million-dollar
...i.-... In Ik. waat wlna.
r On tha third. floor where th. flame.
ajaiii van , mvm -a -
wholly or partially deatroyed by nre
pr aerloualy damaged by water were:
Th atat library, containing 600,000
amnn tham tha moat valU-
AnAii habit aif arr. iD4i aeuai iiiioiiia
able genealogical work In th United
State, with reuoa ana pnwmi
menta, aoma of tham dating back to
1776 and Irreplaoaable. - ,
Th Aaaembly and Bapata Librariea
stored wlta tbouaanda of yolumea of
. Am knnka. also a numbaf of
document and manuacrlpta that never
can ba replaced.
1 V 0P.00N CITY BOY
Haa n Choaen Pr..ld.nt of th.
Harrla, of Oregon City, Clackama.
county ha. b.en elected to th presi
dency of tba Agricultural society of
. . .t.iitanta hand-
IB. U. A.( D u .vwr , Varl
ea lOgeiner tor unuu.i --
cultural metboda. A. B. Volck of June
... , .n.,ntir la vlca nreal-
lion j-ivjr, lu '
UV III . IU . wwv"t v M- .
ond vice president ; O. Wandatrum, of
Flah Hawk, Columbia county, Ja Becre
tary, and W. B. Cockran, Monument,
BIG GUHS COMING
PLANS MAKING FOR SOMETHING
TO INTEREST ALL SO SCHED
ULED ONE MAY KNOW.
Wm iMEY, FROM LW
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Scot oh pay and Boya Day Ara Two
Now Propoaltlona Squoetod In- ,
to tha Program by
A. tha day draws near for tha meal
ing of Chautauqua Interest Increaeee
In that event. Tha hlatnrv nf thm naat
saoceaaaa looms up big In tba dtstaac
out ina program mis year promise
more than any In tha paat With the
big show only throe months away, and
many Items on tba program that on
does not want to miss, It ia only natur
al that tba public eagerly reads what
la written and listens Intently to what
Is said. ' .
Maw thlnai ara halna? addad dallv.
changes being mada and condensa
tions planned so that additional gooa
things that keep bobbing up from tlma
to time may ba equeaxed Into the pro
gram a program that seams to have
been aqueeaed and crowded about as
much ss Is possible. .'
Scotch Day, July 6, Is ona of tha naw
things for which thera baa been found
place by Mra. Eva Emery Dye, In tha
Forum. There la to ba a Scotch pro
gram and all tha Scotch societies In
this section of tha Northwest ara to ba
Invited to participate. Tha program
will have both mualcal and literary
numbers and as there Is a great vari
ety In what can ba served up In a
Scotch way friends of such a program
can look forward to real enjoyment on
that occasion. .
July 7 Is to be known aa Farmer's
n hut whv Parmer's Day when all
ara fanner's daye ona may well ask.
Farmer's Day laat year proved a vary
iniaraatin avent and this year mora
effort will ba put forth to make tba
day distinctive and In consequence
much mor may ba expected of tha oc
casion. , " .
That Farnier'a Day may have aome
thlngtf especial Intereat attached It
Is planned to have m-uovj nwrej,
t.i.h. nn that m-caalon. Oov. Han-
UUI - .
lay Is tha man who refuaed to give
Oov. Taylor an, whan ia,nea irom
Kentucky to Indiana for protection
, v whn oiaimad that Taylor
II Vf 111 IIIUWV - - - ,
had a hand In tba killing of Ooebel.
Hanley refused to gi. Taywrwp
. .....i.iiIa. i, nraaantail from tha
Oovernor of Kentucky, and Taylor
lived In Indiana not oaring io iiu
lo Kentucky leat ha b. put on trial for
a lll Ka known aa Bovs' Day.
-. ,k.t Am- all tha hov organizations
of tha Northwest will ba Invited to ba
present, and tha day will bo given
over largely to a program that will fit
well Into their Uvea and taatea. There
will ba two ball gamee and other out
door sports that win imi ":
struct the youngsters wno
worth their while to attend at the
great Chautauqua on thin occasion.
i July 13 will be woman wo
. -ki.w iim iha riuha tha section
over will be made welcome and a pro
gram prepared with especial reiemu.
ih. taataa of tha women who en)ov
m.mm .mi iuh nroarama
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July 14 thera win be a txingrea. ui
Oregon Mothera. witn a pruniam y.-
a .i.h a via to tha needa and
enjoyment that tired mothers seek.
, July 15 win mw.. i'. Jm"
A - ' l..tlnna amllatad with the
tampereanca work will ba supposed to
make a rana raiiy m ww
world that there Is a body of organised
.nman who are fighting for tha prin
t- it ail ia all tna nroarani inn
- . v.. murk in it that ahOuld ln-
jTiai - . - - - . ,.
terast tha people or mis rei
west country ana uisiiaeiyw
IB M M
PLANS ARE COMPLETK rnu-
ORAM OF MORE THAN USUAL
. An entertainment will ba given by
th. . Junior Iaiiim ' Of tha UaDllSl
church on Friday evening. March 81,
at th chtircn, at wnicn um me im
inaini nroaram wilt ha aHven:
Piano BOlO MIRS Klia rtmur
um tuat "Wa flhall Rhine.
Alta Ruasell and Naomi Armstrong
Recitation. "The Llttl Pilgrim.-..,
VnVa'l aolo. "Sailor Boy," . .Olive Hall
ii.iinn "atviiah ComDany.". .. .
- Sammla McLarty
4a "Where - tba . Fame
Dwell," ..'.Anna and Emma Lennon
Piano solo . ...Miss Anna Bella Lavltt
n nrlftlna to Sea
r .i ua KVnuf Mlaalon." .
VIITMI WIVi . .... -
, ., Ruth WUllama
i. . .inM nkrnhwt'a fhlld."
i i Hn.o 1 iltla Ranulmo."
Recitation; "Der Baby," Alta Russell
Song ....... Six Boys
piano solo- Martha Uvltt
.i .nii irva a taaale."
! Sammla McLarty
ii.lnn Rnn' Rlshta."...
KW . . I .... brvhla Oglasby
i Tha nolden Rule."...
VDTbU IJ UTT ba " m-ir
. Naomi and Eschlo Armstrong
Dislogue. -Visa Versa M woman a
RlRhta,- to ba given with tha , fol
lowing caat of characters: Minnie
Gray . ' . . . O.rtrud. J.remlah v
Bessla, th. baRrage ml"t"'"J;
Katl., th letter earlier,
Biddy, tha Juryman, Mabel Nelson
Jeaale, Census taker,
Will, traveler;1 Clarence Cannon ' '
Ben Oreen, trying to get a dinner,
Two Uttle Travelers ,
Frankl Jeremiah and Grant Trul-
. linger , ... ...
The programme 1b In charge of Mrs.
Charles Oglesby and Miss Alice
Thompson, and tha pianist of tba ev
ening Is Mrs. at. D. Latouretto.
. TENTH BIRTHDAY.
Mary Luoaa Ql van a Surprise By Little
Mrs. Frank Lucas, of Park place, ten
dered her little daughter Mary, a sur
prla Tuesday afternoon, tha occasion
being bar 10th birthday annlvereary,
Tea little girl frlenda Called, and had
a moat delightful . tlma In playing
gamaa and mualcal aalectlona ware
rendered. Mlaa Mary was presented
with several' gins- Refreshments
wara served. . ; .
Mrs. Lucaa waa assisted In tha en
tertainment of tha following by Mia.
Ivanna Monger; ' Eva. and Viola Mc
Anulty, Helen and ' Laura Branner,
Rera Jones, Marie . Holmea, Grace
Davenport, Vara Wymann, Maudle
Johnson, Helen. Lucas. .
" PUSHING BOLSTER DAY.
Evsrythlng Being Done to Get a Crowd
Here on That Dsy.
S. B. Kramer, a well known eques
trian of Portland, haa been aelected
aa Judge of tha boraa show to ba held
at Oregon City, Saturday, April 22.
M. J. Lazelle, secretary of the pub
licity department of tha Commercial
Club, will go to Woodburn Friday to
attend tha horse show la that town.
It la the Intention of the local Com
mercial Club to have a gala day here
April 22. with many attractions to
bring visitors to th city.
TO MARKET LUMBER HERE.
Canby Saw Mill Man Buy Timber
Tract Near Tiws City.
J. A. Kilmer, ot Canby, accompanied
by O. Olson, of tha aame place, were
In Oregon City on business Wednes
day. Mr. Kilmer, who Is one of the
nartners of tha KUmer-Klnxel sawmill
company, haa cloeed the deal for the
purchase of a 320-aer piece or land
on which ara lowou xeei oi nne
timber. This land belonged to Wil
liam Harris, and la located about four
miles from this city on tha Abernethy
It ta tba Intention. of the firm of
Kilmer-Klnael to erect a aawmlll In
this belt of timber In the near future,
and Oregon City will ba the main mar-
ket . . ... .
Oahata at Twllloht Saturday Evening
Twilight will bold Ha n.ual weekly
literary on 8atanlay. erasing, but this
week tha evening will be given up to
a debate. Tha subject chosen is, "Re
solved, That a Clean, Cross Womsn
Makes a Better Housewife man a
Dirty Essy-Ootng Womsn." unaries
raidwail and Wallace Johnson will
spesk obn the' affirmative and M. J.
Laselle and W. A. Dooas on me nega
All EASTER COLOn
THE CONGREGATIONAL BROTHER-
, HOOD HOLDS BUSINESS SES-..
i ; 810N TUESDAY EVENING.
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" There was a bualneaa meeting .of th.
Congregational - Brotherhood In the
church parlors on Tuesday evening.
Tha principal business oi th. aventng
waa the making of arrangemente for
the next Brotherhood meeting, which
will be held oa .Tuesday evening, April
4. Plans are - practically completed
and the announcement ot speakers
will be made- In a few days, r -
The Brotherhood took lap th pub-
Ject of Sunday closing of the post
office general delivery aad carrter'a
wladowe,, and' It was decided that a
committee be appointed to take th.
work In hand, and see what can. be
done In tha matter. This subject la
to be discussed at tba banquet next
Tuesday, and an effort will be made
to put 4hoae present on, record aa
against the Sunday opening., ,
Aa Easter ta drawing nigh th next
program will take on .n Eaatee color
ing. In anticipation of that even. Th
ladles of tha hurch are planning for
an exceptionally nn umu... - ; ,
One Urge block of sloven lots; good
a. room house, .16x24 bam, good chick
on houa. .Ight lot. und.r good picket
fone. and Bat to hearing fruit tr.ee!
barnyard und.r fane.; sidewalk In
front of prsmlaaa; city water. The
property la worth S4000; will b.II for
3500; 1-3'down, balance In ...y psy
msnts; 6 per cant Intereat
T. L. Char man
city drug store.
mU, Ilif RUBBISH
OUTIIE r.'EY RAILWAY
FORCE OF MEN DOUBLED. WED
NESDAY AND CREW OF GRAO-
' ERS WILL BE ADDED.
Thera was much Intereat taken to
day In tba work on the Clackamas
Southern Railway, and visitor were
running out to sea what was doing
and some were anxious to see If It was
really true that graders were at work,
or It waa simply a newspaper story.
Those who took the palna to go and
see found a large force of men cut
ting brash and getting the right of
way cleared for the graders while a
smaller force was following on behind
and burning the rubbish that waa In
The force waa doubled today. Like
wise the man who will take charge of
the grading craw next week waa here
and looking things over and he aald
that the crew at work was worth
double what a crew of foreigners
would be. This railway la an Ameri
can project and as far aa possible
Americana will be given preference fn
hiring laborers. - '
More stock baa been sold each day
the men have worked than enough to
pay for tba whole expenditure on that
day. This leaves tha money raised
before - operatlone were begun for
equipment when once the road la com
pleted. A ' meeting will be held at Maple
Lane Friday night, in the Grange hall,
for the purpose of Interesting citizens
la the project- Citizens along the line
should do all In their power to make
tbla a successful project for It will
mean much for the county.
At Mount Pleasant School.
The pupils of the Mount Pleasant
school are making arrangements for
an entertainment to be given at the
Mount pleasant achool house on Sat
urday night. April 1. the roceeda of
which will go towards purchasing baa.
ball suits. The affair Is la charge of
Prof. Slevers, Isabel Porteau, Lyman
Rowland, Arthur King and Mary Riley.
HAS BEEN HARD PAST FEW DAYS
AND DRILLING WAS VERY-'
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8 TONE, Or March 29. (Spl.)
The well waa drilled In upwarda of
ten feet today. In the 24 houra of drill.
Ing. The well la now down 1165 feet.
but the drill has. been going down
Slowly for the past two or three daya
on account of the hardness of the for
mation through which the drill la pass-
Tha formation has been hard for
several daya and the drill makea Blow
progress. But It being hard makea it
possible to drive the casing Into It
securely and thus shut the water out
It la hoped that the water will be shut
off by tha present drive of tha casing.
Tonight the formation through
which the drill la passing aeema to
be getting aofter. This will mean
faster progress. There are Indication
at the well aide that are causing the
drillers to hold whispered consulta
tlons bnt not a word will be given out
aa to what It la that laada to the mys
tery. Band Concert at Flrwood.
Tha Redland band gave a number of
aalectlona at the Flrgrova school
bouse Mondsy evening. The members
are: Bandmaster Frank Schwsrtz,
clarinet; Bert Coriess snd Jack Hen
die, solo cornets: Will Kerr, second
cornet; Tom Allen and Lloyd Allen,
altoa; Walton Patterson, tenor; Fred
Wilcox, baritone; Vernon Moore, bass;
Lester Sch warts, snare drum; John
Founds, baas drum. After "the music
delightful refreshments were served
and. all , present enjoyed a pleaaant
TELLS ABOUT BRIBE
NOT HOE BRIBER
CHICAGO EDITOR WHO TELLS
PART OF THE STORY BUT ,
SPRINGFIELD, HU March 29. H.
H. Kohlsaat, publisher of the Chicago
Record-Herald, told the Senate in
veatlaatlna committee today that he
knew 1 100.000 had been used to pro-'
cure the election of William Lonmer
to the United States Senate.
He then refuaed to give the commit
tee the source of his information, nov
withstanding the committee baa tha
power to Imprison him because of hi
"Any man who will violate a con ft
denca la not worth a snav," said Mr.
Kohlsaat. "No newspaper man can
violate a confidence. That la my codo
"You have been demanding this In
vestigation, and now you refuse to aid
"I appreciate tha position, but I will
not violate thia confidence." conclud
ed Mr. Kohlsaat
Tha committee 'then went into ex
ecutive conference. Again Mf. Kohl
aaat refuaed absolutely to answer th
Mr. Kohlssat was excused nntll 10
o'clock Thursday morning. He was In
formed by the committee that Its
members hsd agreed that he must
snswer the queatjoos regarding tba
money. ? -;
Tou can-do nothing toward the development of Clackamas county at the
present time that wlH result Indirectly In more benefits than to co-operate
with your carrier In the Morning Enterprise's Carriers' Contest - - - '
Tba beys who ara leaving your papers every morning ara Industrious and
ambitious. Each ona la worthy of anything yon can do to boost him along.
Your appreciation of their aervlces will
receive them at your door when they
The carriers have been permitted to
urday, April first, so that they may turn In a more than creditable flrat day's
work. Sunday morning an Imposing array of polnta may ba expected. Tha
prize are to be announced later and will bo each as will delight th heart of, .
any boy receiving them. The boys hsve been taken Into the conference on
what the prize shall be and each baa
Did yon read about the new' railroad
that Road Master. Jaggar haa purchased
roada of the county? Sure you did, and lota of other real news Iteme beside.
Every Issue la Just aa breezy and valuable and every taxpayer In Clackamas
County will soon be reading the Morning Enterprise. Taa, and a whole lot of
people who do not psy taxes. .''"''.'
Subscriptions received at tha office
time day or night.
Tba Morning Enterprise Boosts All
RAILWAY KG FOR
IIAPlf lilJE fRIDAY
BOARD OF DIRECTORS WILL TELL
WHAT IS'BEING 'DONE , AND
WHAT IS PLANNED FOR. '
Thera will be a neetlna of the citi
zens llv'.Djr In and about Mapla'Lane
on Friday evening, at the Orange Hall,
for the purpose of talklag over the
proposition of "the new Clackamas
Soutiiim Railway. The -board of di
rectors of the company will be present
and tell the story of the new railway,
and all who are Interested in the move
ment are invited to be present.
There Is nothing that haa been un
dertaken in tbla county In many n day
that offers so much for the good ot
the county as this new project. Those
who understand the proposition are
doing all In their power to aid In push
ing the project througn Those wno
do not fully understand It are Invited
to attend this meeting. It will cost
you nothing to learn what. U being
done, and what Is planned, so attend
and learn what Is being done at mis
end of the line for the good of the
OREGON CITY HUSTLERS.
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Entertained at the Heme of Wallace
' . Mass Tuesdsy Evening. .
The Oregon City Hustlers of the
Methodist church were entertained In
a most delightful manner Tuesday by
Wallace Mass at the home of hla par
ents on Main street Mra,' Mass wa
assisted by her daughter. Miss Adah,
and Miss Mildred Ream, of Willamette
The young folks had a Jolly time In
Dlarlnc aamea and many selections on
the piano were rendered. During the
evening Ice cream, cake, lemonade,
fruits and home-made candies were
' aerved to the delight of tha boys. The
house, decoratloaa were ol daffodils.
Present were Otis Wart ben, Joe
Zimmerman, Wilbur Roberta. Mark
Sturgls. Earl Horton, Neal Zimmer
man, Everett Cross, Chester Tojer,
Howard ' Ormlston, Clyde Helsbey,
Kenneth Thompson, Earl Zimmerman,
Robert Yoder, Frank Terrill, Earl
Mattan, Harry Lundgren, Leo Ormls-
Thia ad ia worth $50 In cash to the first sl purchasere of Clair
mont Acreage Tracta No. S acres; all In cultivation; close to
school; macadam read, and an Clackamas Southern Electrio-R. R-.
now building. Price, now only $875 per tract; $300 cash, balance $10
per month. This price wilt soon double. Come today and cloaa the
daal. v - - ' un;
W. F. SCHOOLEY & CO.
Phone: Pacific M-80, Home A-15S. 612 Main St, Oregon City.
Oregon City, Oregon
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COWBOY AITO .MP.IAW
Held at Cheyenne, Wyoming
Reviewed and participated In by Colonel Theodore Rooeevelt Exclu
alva Motion Pictures ."Wild Glorlea of the Vanished Western Border
Over 3000 feet of the Qreatsst Motion Pictures In the World, Showing
"the Wfst as It Was-" .. - vu "t ' r vt: ,.-..,.
WHAT THESE REELS SHOW
World Champions in bronco rldlngj trick and fancy roping contests, .
trick and fancy bronco riding, ateer roping and calf branding con
tests, fancy rifle and pistol shooting, bulldoglng of wild ateer. riding
and driving only team of buffaloes aver broken to harneas, hitching
and driving wild horsea. spectacular galloping parade of Indians, cow
boys and cowgirls, Indian war dancea and ceremonies, champion lady 1
bucking bronco rider, riding bucking mulee and buffalo, w Z'
ladlea' cowpony races, Indian races, mounted "potato race, ana Toe-,
dy Rooeevelt throughout the entire ahow. COU R008EVEtT trav
EtED $000 MILES TO SEE THIS SHOW. WJ BRING IT RIGHT TO
YOUR HOME. CAN YOU AFFORD TO. M,M ,TT , '
LASj; CHAN(X V
To sea thaae picturee today t.rnoon apd evsnlng.
thsm as It la a ewel production. . , V . '' -,
Jh Talk of The Town
. Only 5c JL& 0c, ; .,;
be patent In the manner In which yon
come to you with their meeaag,
hold subscriptions received before Sat
bad his say. '.,') ;. ". '
yesterday? And tha new road roller
at his own oxpenae to Improve tba
of the Oregon City Enterprise at any
Clackamas County ATI the Time. "
ton, Leonard Thompson. Elmer Tar- .
rill. Paul Sturgla. Guy Waldron, Ran
dolph Ral ney, Wallace and Howard
Maaa. . . . t , , - -j-, ,
Question of Gate to 0.WP. Entrance
v. to Lower Beli . Raised. i
An effort was made to hold a special
meeting of Council Wedneaday but It
proving abortive a meeting waa called
for today at 4 o'clock. The matter to
be given special consideration in that
of the erection of galea to tha crossing
where the cars enter the Lower Basin
pool In tha southern part -of the city.
At, tha aame Ume the matter of rale- ,
ing the roadway to Canemah, so It
may be used at all times, will alao be
up for discussion.
Offldala of the O. W P,' who are
directly interested In the matter, pro
mise to meet Council to see ir mere
can be some adjustment It la thought
tha dangerous character of th open
ing and tha way it la kept, wm ieaa
to some. action being' taken.
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HOME FROM CALIFORNIA. '
Mr. and Mra. John Bradley Have K"
Joyabla, Winter In South iaa.
Mr. and Mra. John Bradley, who
have been in Callfornln alnc Decern--
bar 15. retnraed- to Oregon City oa
Wedneaday morning. ; Mr,, ana jam. .
Bradley have had a moat delightful
. . . . - .1.. -v. -
I rip, naving apeni auoi ui
land, San Diego, una Angeiea, ana
Orevtlle. At the Utter place thay vis
I ted with Mrs. Bradley's brother, H. O.
u.ln.. Mfiiralnv A Or a fm-a
they spent some time In Mexico. Mrs.
Bradlev haa been anffertng nine Jan- .
j, muvu. M-f . rw
nary with blood poUonlpg In her hand.
and ia still unable to use it. tr. ttraa
ley and wife are glad to return to Ore- -
gon, ana" ciaim in
Oregon salts them. .While visiting In -California
they experienced much rain. .
Has New Mitchell Auta. .
Charles G. Miller haa pnrehssed a
Mitchell machine, tne oniy one oi ua
make In Oregon City.: Tha aBschlne
ta for five paasengera, and h will add
It to hla garage. Mr. Miller had the
li 4 Kkf hnTnMjIlT and
macuine um. vu w.a - , -nronounces
it aiu excellent make, and
thinks before the close of the -aeaaon
he will have orders for several from
those contemplating buying machine
tbla year. Mr. Miller haa been ap
pointed agent for thla machine.
Sabacriba for tba Dally Enterprise.
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Don't fail to see
Oram county, ireaauror.