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The; only 411 newopape
tween Portland and Salem; Jr
litti In ovory. tootlon of Clek
mae County, with a populaile of
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VOli. 1 No. 7t
OUEGON ,CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1911.
Peb Week, 10 Cents
"THOUGHT" TMB nt OUtAR- DEMO-
CHATS WILL, OIV INSUR
GENTS WHAT IS ASKED.
Advlt Republican, to Support Liberal
Democrats ,rt tf,ort Thwart
Old . Domooratlo Ring
ALDASY. N. Y.. March IO"-Bpe-j.l,Thi.ro
aro 10 way. open to the
mwrtic In.urgeute. tt U believed
tonUsM. ona of which la to accept the
man that HI ' '' mo:
and. ihe other la to namo a ginnl
Scan, help """ 1"ct h,m' Ll 1?
".hejn.urgen.s anew they bad the
Imp band end Intended to koop It.
Wm iwrnea. Jr.. chairman of tba
R.nubilfn Btata Central Comrolitao,
S,. .dvlnrd iho Kepubllcana a a body
., into an agreement to that
,..t, and II ,B C,M
Ihi rvn.'H-rekj lueurgenta ere not an
raJed r.Hr In tha day thoy will do
. ttli and aettle the manor at Iho next
tron of lha legislature.
The Democrats will eaucua at 10
. m rrlday. and nnlo.a there are lha
riihi kind of pledgee from tha regu
hr. thr nl BM "urnU
,o loin them. It I Ihoughl that aome.
ihuYg will l eccompllebed on way or
-The rfher Friday. :
CAN'T DISARM YET.
'Otrmtn Siataeman- Wno Imi No Ray
f Ugh! for Unlvoraal Peace.
DERMN. March SO. (Special)
Chtncrllor von Bethmann-Hollweg.
on of (! many', groat men. aaya that
dlanmument l Impnaalbla aa long aa
- pen ate constituted aa thoy aro. Ho
iMrrtu that Iho etrong would Ihua be-
n... ..r if tha weak, and that
- PHIIf III' I " ' -
n ii only ihrough foar that thoy are
rtprrawd Ho aaya tnat aiaarmamn
l not practical, and any conforonca
Ot the aulJt ! fniltleas.
WILL CELEBRATE BIRTHDAY.
CHICACO. March SO. (8peclal
Df D. K. Pearson., of Hlnsdsie, III..
Il planning 10 gWo I300.0XK) to ''?u"
fcnrikftncea on ma oinuu-,
tonna April H. Bcnooia ana
kt onio in for a largo part of hia
unMir .Wlna. Thaa glfia will maka
. iomT of H.QOO.OoO. '
IttlNESS PROSPECTS 1RIOHT.
SEW YORK. March SO. (Special I
-Buslnoaa condltlona on tha Coaat
ind In th conntry at larga ara certain
ly taking a hoperul turn, aayw r
A Vandi-rllp. proaldont of tha National
rii Hunk, ona of the big SvtfHl,OM
of hi homo city. Thlnga look gooo to
this Mk banker.
K0HL8AAT STILL DEFIANT.
ritu'unn M.rrh 30. f BDeClal)
in Imnriaon Kdltor Kohl-
unt In raao ha refuaad to Aoll what ha
any know In tha acandal concerning
tha rlei ilon of Senator, Ixrlmer, haa
m icui him in weaken la tha leaat.
He aaya he will go to prlaon hut wa
won't ti ll.
an m rr March 30. (Special. I
Th.ri tlavm tuinn 131 new flrnn In-
mnnr.t.l( In ihla Alllt tO (if In
March, inwklng tha banner monm tor
the launching of new buaineoa onior-
Drlnaa. There ara over 400 for tha
inHlta Tarrlfv Peru.
T.lUi im March 30. A band of
160 bandit a la levying tnnuie on mo
aiTphanta In Iho north. Troopa have
ton acnt nRalnat them. Tho govern
mom ! criiloUail fnr nnt harlna main
UlnH aitfflplently equipped garrlaona
in tnat aiatrict.
w f atm a r roRKCAST.
Driirin rttv and Portland
OFalr; nurthnrl wlnda. T
Orpifin Kalr: north to eaat
Conditions wnnA fnr fair weath-
M.000.000 TO REPAIR CAPITOL.
ALBANY. N. Y.. March 10. Tha
work of rehabilitating tba flre-ewept
State Capitol, begun yeaterday winlit
tho name were atlll crackling In the
weatem wing, waa continued today
with tncreaalng vigor. Flrat offorta
were directed to drying out the por.
tlona of the great bnlldlng untouched
by the fire, but aoaked by tona of
water. Today tho leglalatlve leadere
I blegram received by the officiate of
the American Red Croae.
The veaael will proceed Immediate
ly to Nanking and Cblnklang to unload
ONLY A WOMAN'S TRUNK.
But Gaol 6 What a Lot of Thlnga
. It flantalned-
HdMir YiMinr whn nniftiria a aAr4
ratr TrvlMV lha IfMrlalAllv IMdara " ' -
....ii i mi.. ith R..rar I m """"I otoro In- the Willamette
are expected to confer wlife, Oovernor rarrhad a trunk
v uimiii 11 il in Ktmu 1UI leaat v
a .... i in..ni
na and Increaalng temperaturea
Dig and State Architect Ware regard
ing toe appropriation necaaary to re
pair the building. . The State Archi
tect baa recommended that tb Lagla
lature authorlie Immediately th prav
paratlon of plana for rebuilding the
ruined third and fourth floora la the
weat end. rnofflclal eatimaiea place
the coat of reconatructlon cloae to
WILL HUNT PRUIT PESTS,
RAt.RM fir. March 30. (Saeclal)
Fruit peat experta will open offlceo
here for the Invent Igatlona aa to fruit
peala and how to be rid of them aa per
the appropriation of $15,000 which the
State will expend fn an effort to bet
ter condltlona In the Bute. -
PORTLAND WINS THE GAME.
T ra ANfllTT.rs March AO. 8ie-
clal) The Portland team beRted the
1,ob Angelea ball playera in a nine in-
ln .im. In a aonre ot tt to 1. It waa
a good game and the home team did
not have a look In at any atage of the
- DENY RUEP'S APPEAL.
din rnANriam. March' 30. (Soe-
clalj The State supreme uonrx loaay
denied the petition of Abraham Ruef.
rki. mum that unleaa the Federal
Courla come to hia aid he will be com
pelled to nerve hia aentenre.
STATE FORESTER CHOSEN.
QAtiPM nr. March SO. (Special)
F. Ai Elliott, of thla city, waa today
-i.t.H Btata rareater at the flrat
meeting of the new State Boar of
CLAIMED BY PORTIAIID
mkw DIRECTORY JUST l8Utu
MAKES THIS THE FIGURE BY
L lyitam Clothaa ' Steteon Hate
writt adt. Do you know that we
M" M per cant of good dreaaora here
rtlotheaT Thafe a fact and we
- - ' - . .
Un nrOVt. U Tn.eA a. MAAArt. lAtal
ur window dlaplaya and 'if you can
?Wrt tha tlm, come In. It will pay
' ' ' . .
i . --.i
L. Oouglaa . Holeproof
EXCLUSIVE CLOTHIERS ,
Mot Like Othera
h and Main ta.
bulMinc thla week pdrcbaaed a trunk
that haa beea held for atorage by H.
C suimi tar thm naat a1 veara. and
aa tto avHr had not aaade her apoear-
' a. . -
aa IB avafr Baa an aim amr rwr-f nmpir wmwrw r '-
re at waa ddde4 to aeU to the high-1 . Thoenaa L. Jonaaoa. foreman of the
Lia. . ur klililln. nrnnl.n irromDulcd hv William
ktarbMt ar'vd ft. I Habernacht. of Portland, were In Ore-
TV. n.w nilaxl rfraa wrmA ! .na dl. Thnradav enlovlna flahing
eom of velvet, aatla. cotton, allk, and for Chinook aalmon at the falla. These
trtnketa, glaaa ware, chlaaware, eomoe two men nave ine repauauon. iar auu
ana Druinn, piciarva. cniiwi wiwr wiw, m wu iuuifivii "".
clea from the battleablp Maine, after i Before they left for their homes they
. . . . i .... iflAMftkMa Amf 1 M IbhJI ajtmA rt th.
IIS oeairuction in Havana naiwi, muu i vrif buctwiu w.
w t. r.MArMr I . .1m n th.l KttA hA.n .nrhl
many uincr tr-w. i wa .rwcu. i 1 1 ur.i vi...vh .u "
ihi ih owner had traveled a areat
deal, and especially In Europe, aa each
arltc'e waa carefully wrapped ana la-
to hinder th drilllna" After nrord
In v a Utile flirt har an ffnrt will he
made to cut off the water by puahlng
the casing down Into the present
hale formation, and once the water la
.it nit tha alia nf Ihe raalna- will ha
reduced and tne aniung none accora-
tngty, no runner ensnce nemg isaen
of atartlng the water afresh by mov
ing the casing up or down,
Drillers are aim pleased vim u
Indications, and the work la proceed
ing nicely, the greater depth making
the work somewhat alower. .
OF ELKS BAIL
AT HEW BUSCH HAIL
SUMMON THREE WITNESSES.
npniTsinFlKl.n ill March 30. Sen
ators Womanck and Isley and former
Representative Carl 8. Hurgeit were
today served with aubpoenaa to appear
next Thursday before the Senate Brib
ery Committee. Burgett Is the door
keeper at the House. The hearing to
ln.atla-at the election of William
Larimer to the United States Senate
adjourned to next Thursday. No wit-
neas lesuneu wuny. ...
tjommuiees nave oeen appoiniea tur
...i.. i tho rrand ball to be given at the
. . . .v.. .r . imi. niiarh hall hr the Order of Elks, and
The cam la mane inn n"1"" . -'. " ... V . r i
.K . . . m th. whlrh will k. a-lven nn Krl-
vail 7 nninia in ine uiku acnwi -- - --- ---
trr-out Wednesday aa agalnat 21 re- day evening Apr 1 21. promisee to he
COMMITTEES APPOINTED FOR
? THE ' GOOD WORK PERSON
nniiTt tun nr.' March 30. (Sol.)
a.-iin tn the loll ctlv directory
and the uaual eetlmate of the direc
tory company, Portland na a popuia
.t- art rot Thla Includes, how
11UII VI uv.
ever, the outlying suburban towns of
St. Johns, Lenta, Miiwaume ana uum
ton, with a combined population of
tC inial numher nf namea In the
directory for 1U Justsued ta 11.-
170. ine caumaie vi j..u
reached by multiplying that figure by
tr.v.iofnr. In maklnar Donula-
tlon eailmates, the multiple need waa
1V4. The manager of the directory
company believes that heavy building
operations, manuiaciuiuiB -n..,
eto., hM caused an Inflm of alngle
men or married men who have preced
ed their families West, and that ltt
Ii the proper multiple. The directory
company bellevee Ihe Government
census of 207.214 ! far below Port
land'i real population.
SHIP BEARING SUPPLIES
For China's Starving Thousands Has
........ Arrived Safe. ' :
WASHINGTON. . March SO. The
United Statea transport Buford. bear
ing the relief auppllea to the atarvlng
i- i. rkiA whinh were collected
In thla country under the auspices or
the. American National nea . roaa ..
the Seattle Commercial Club, arrived
In Shanghai today, according 10 c
w-tl at the rlnae Of the contest. In
the report given the Enterprise there
were two eventa omitted, it la claimed, :
and It la theae two eventa that bring
an Increase In the fatal that should
be credited to Wllaon.
Glvoa Plaintiff Judgmont
. The case bf J. D. Brasher va. W. O.
Bohm. which waa a case for wages
lhat haa been hanging Are in Justice
flainnon' court for noma montha, has
finally been aettled . Samson gave
plaintiff a verdict for $t28.02 Thnra
dav morning. Thla case waa one bad
ly mixed aa to data and evidence, tne
evidence being very conflicting. The
parties hall from Ragle Creek.
WHITE DENIES CHARGE.
Hit Qaeeer for Calling Him Names and
Not Without Provocation. ,
Harry White, whom Frank Gaaaer
accused of assault, waa before Justice
8amsnn and plead not guilty to the
accnratlon". He aald that he did hit
Gasaer. but that Gaseer called him a
vile name that he would not atand for
and that he hit him In consequence.
I.,atln Oamann aald that flchtlng must
top hut that In passing sentence he
would take into account me provoc-
tlon that White laoorea unaer ana w
sentenced him to pay a fine of 17.60,
which he dlcL ,
DRILL SINKS 10 FEET
'Til THE 24 HOURS
PASSING THROUGH SOME SOFT
; SHALE FORMATION WATER (
GIVING NO TROUBLE. j
one nf the leading eoclal functions
held In thla city during tne year, no
donht there will he a lame attendance
as many of the members of the Port
land order will be extended invita-
tlnna and . arranaementa have been
art. m have a late car from thla city
The following are the commiuees
n.mlntH. Heneral dance committee
Henry 6'Mailey, Wflllam B. Howell.
John Adams; general entenainmem,
Charlea Evans; floor, Dr. Clyde Mount
Harry Draper, Thomas P. Randall
.inhm v. Clark. Harrr S. Moody, Wil
Ham R. Uogue, William Mulvey, A. A
D-tna. raj.eniinn. nr. M. CI Strickland.
William Sheahan. B. T. McBaln. Frank
Busch. Unn Jones, Jonn Riaiey, w. n
unwell. J. E. Hodges. E C. Baker
Theodore Osmond: ticket seller, E. T
Fields; ticket collector. Charles Ev
STONE, Or., March 80. (Special)
The drill has made a peed of ten feet
the last 24 houra, and the well Is now
down a depth of 1170 feet. The drill
Is still In the ame aoft formation that
It haa been paaalng through the past
36 houra, howlng no changea tn con
ditions and giving forth no new signs
of what la to come.
So far the water has not been en
tirely shut off but there la not enough
Close To City
Cash and Install-
T. L Char man
CITY DRUG STORE.
O. W. P. RY. REPRESENTATIVES
MEET WITH COUNCIL AND .'
VISIT SCENE OF DISPUTE OJIJUDI
Abernethy Bridge Matter Will Be
Threshed Out By the Engl- .
noora of Both CKy and
The nrrlrera tit the H. W. P. Rv. are
aa desirous of settling the controversy
concerning the rosdway between thla
city and Canemah. and the matter of
tha Abernathy bridge, as Is the City
Council. To that end a half doafen
officiate of the company were In the
city Thursday to attend the meeting
of Council, and to visit the scene of
the dispute with members or Council.
nrii.n ih.r. waa nnt a ntiornm nresent
TJX'Waa" decided to visit the Basin and
f . . , . . I . I
tne roaaway ana b woh uwu
and how mattera can be aettled to tne
eatlafactlon of the City Fathers.
Those who made the trip aa repre
sentatives of the O. W. P. were
Meaars. F. W. Hlld. general manager;
Thos. Pumpfrey. engineer of mainten
ance of way; A. H. Richmond, chief
engineer; J. W. Howltt. aupenniena
ent of O. W. P. division; T. D. Hunt,
traffic manager; C. D." Latourette. lo
cal attorney. W. P. Hawley, president
of the Hawley Paper Co., who la In
terested In that part or tne cuy. waa
OalfaA ta gtafft fl t
For the city Meaars. r. w nur,
i i uniman. Rert Roake. F. J. Meyer.
Recorder Stlpo and City Engineer
vtu. .... nnMnl and W. H. Howell.
of the water works yatem. Joined the
party at the Basin. -The
visit waa planned before hand
and when the delegation arrived on
the acene It was found that the rail-
k.H dim nn the around
j mitlara lhat the cltv had
been complaining of had been or were
in nnw-Ma of being remedied. The
..u.i... that the cltv haa been com
.1.1.1.. airalnat hSVO DOth been
changed and satisfactory switches i are
I. nn.r.tlnn Tha two or lore"
HUM ... KK1"- v.w... - . . .
places where ralllnga were needed to
protect men passing along tne ""Tr1
on a dark nigni are oeiog uw ai
time. The two pointa wnere me vuy
Fathers thought gatea should be put In
will be fixed aa fast aa woramen can
An tha Wnrk -Places where the com
plaint waa made mat the planking waa
bad have been oraerea nxea.
ti..,. I. nnint to the right of the
...t aa nne naaaes the bulkhead
lo the Basin where there la waste
enace for aeversl hundred feet along
the right side of the track as one goes
to Canemah where there is oniy ru
i. ...Inn that the CitV Fath-
ers thought should be cleaned up and
v.- widened out. ine rail
way people promised to consider thla.
.The question of the raise in the
height of the dam and the conaequent
overflow at high water neoaw i -
raise, the false work having been ea-
tabllshed years ago to turn me water.
.... .v.. .n channel of the river
having been taken away, led Council-
men to ask the railway propm
how thev would fix this in oraer iu
ssve this overflow. Offlclsle preeent
mnceded the fsct that the water did
thua overflow once and even iwice
the vesr. to the annoyance oi ine coiu
nnnv and to the complete atopplng of
traffic and foot passengers during such
period of high waters, and It was
j .v.. un.ihin should be done.
City represeniaiivea aunB"
the roadway should be raised or plana
made to carry the water away m
other direction. Different representa
tives of the company, covering differ
ent departments, agreea o CT...n.uC.
.w- and suriest methods and
means for the cessation of the annoy
ance. Councllmen preaeni wr.
certain that relief could come except
to raise the roadway.
Mr. Pumpfrey said his department
would consider the needs and the
remedv and would report to the city
snd thought there would be no dif
ficulty In arranging things satisfactory
t0In'front of the Hawley storage ware
house on the east aide of the street,
just before the wide roadway to Ca
nemah la reached, there la a rise In
the sidewalk that amounta to an ob
struction of the atreet. Councl men
thought this should be put on a level
with the other walk at once and a re
quest to that effect will like y be ex
tended at an early meeting of the city
'tnrquestlon of the Abernethy
bridge wa. the next to be P
lsc..sed. While the Abernethy I. a
tamo and limpid stream eight or nlna
month, of the year a portion of the
remalnleg weeks it Is a noisy, turbu
e"t and dare-devil fellow. And when
on the warpath nothing .eem. to .top
it but sheer, aoiid rocs. . -new
bridge made necessary at thla
Elnt oi. Main atreet. the ncrea. nf
traffic of the O. W. P. making the
nwesV With this In mind the en
glneerlng department haa had plana
mad. and detail drawlnga 'rated.
Plans shown by the officer, of the
company indicated a crib foundation,
tn the bed of the stream, a. part of
the support of the atructure.
City Engineer Noble and two or
three of the Councllmen objected to
thla at once. It waa
pany offlclala that while the Aber
nethy 1. quiet for part of the irear,
and the bridge construction proposed
would S. ample during that part that
when Tthe stream la bad It would not
Tor 2 moment brook auch an obstruo
tlon and would aoon clog with drift
wood and debrl. and it It did not carry
sway the bridge It would back tta
waters Into the cellara and baaemenU
In the neighborhood and do great dam-
Good consistent adver
tising in The Morning
Enterprise pays. It has
proven so with as.
A. A. Price, Mgr.
t. h Kon tiia aiiimhtlna- hku-k nf manv a brlcht nroeoect. You
. uuiui iwn . " . B -
and I have both aald tomorrow will do for that Job but when tomorrow cam
how easy It waa to put off again the task tnat aeemea eo aisagreeaoie.
Tomorrow to the boys who are carrying me Morning tnierpriBo onsm
with promise. They will tomorrow begin real work In their contest for tbe
but that came nrettr cloae to telling. ' If you find out today, what the prlzea
are to be, I am thinking that I will have to "Let George do It", for I do not In-'
tend to tell you myself. . -
My Dart and your part in the contest will be to give our .ubecriptiona
cheerfully when the boys come for thenu Also we can make our aubacrlp
tlona good and long. Tte boye will appreciate our efforts to help them and
we will appreciate the paper. By the way are you reading the "Forum of the
Peopler What do yon think about the article beaoea -uregon i-uy mc
Right" In the Forum yeaterday? There la more truth than poetry In It to my
vay of thinking. You may feel Indifferently but there are lota or other tnwga
that may properly be discussed In the "Forum" jw.aend In,your auDscnpuou
and put In a word yourself when the spirit movea you to.
The office of the Oregon City Enterprtae la open at all houra of the day'
and nighL Phone or call Your subscription w.111 help the Morning Enter
prise to Boost All Clackamaa County All the Time. ' ,
Engineer Noble asked that a .pan be
put in over the atream proper of a
width of 25 feet, with abutment, on
each side and not In the bed of the
By the terma of the figures made by
the ' railway engineering department
the city should pay $2500 of the ex
pense ana me railway ajauv tur ima
proposed bridge. Tbla tbe City En
gineer and members or council aenieo.
An attempt was made to a now tne u.
W. P". officials that their figures were
wrong that the city needed only a
wagon bridge while the heavy con
struction in the proposed bridge was
made necessary by the loads that the
railway people must carry. Figuring
on that basla the city should pay no
auch percentage of tbe total coat
The railway offlclala asked If the
City Father, wanted the company to
k.iIM it. hridtre In the center, of heavy
construction, and let the city fridge
the roadway In its own way. mis
query was accepted aa a aort or cnai
lenge. To this the clty'a repreaenta
tlvea countered that such a stand
wnu.d he nerfectlv satisfactory, nut
tLst In such an event the railway peo-
come to soma agreement aa to tne
terma of payment.
Talking with one another after the
rallway official, had left for Portland
tha- CUv-Fathers and other city offl
clala expreeaed the opinion that the
city anould not oe as nea o pay any
portion of the bridge. It waa pointed
out that the company'e tralna had
shaken a fairly good bridge to pieces
In the past and tbat arw it waa np to ,
the company to make good in the rec
tlon of a new structure. .
Further, the company I. enjoying a
franchise at no expense that haa been
financed at over 200,000, and la en
Joying the' privllegee that come
through the free use of auch a prop
erty, and that In thla case It ought to
be glad to build the bridge at Its own
expense and keep It In repair on the
SUBSTITUTE FOR PAPER
1 ln mC" , C.; h. ll t.d tt' N.nc, from which paper
pie would not longer be rmltted to e
That Promises Good Results and
WASHINGTON. March 30. Anoth-
tie their structure to the city'e bridge.
and then proceed to snaae u 10 pieces
In running full .peed across its own
It was then suggested by the rafl
wav officials that the City Engineer
and Its engineers should work togeth
er tn an effort to formulate aome plan
and work out some structure that will
do tbe work In a satisfactory manner
and within the expense that should he
appropriated to such an undertaking.
Then, when once it has been agreed
aa tn what the exigencies call forth.
Council and the railway officials can
be manufactured haa been discovered
Trinidad, according to Consul Fran a-.
oy a manager ot a tngar estate at
lln D. Hale, at that place. The new
substance I. ground augar cane, to
which Is added bamboo fibre.
The combination of theae two, the
discoverer believes, produces a cheap
and excellent paper. He haa made
paper by thla process without the aid
The quality cf the paper,- according
to the report, can command the mar
ket agalnat any wood paper now being
$5000 Given Away
Thla arl la worth i50 In caah to tho first six purchasers of Clal
n.M Tnctt No. ! 2. acres: all In cultivation; close
..hmy.i. nararfam Mail, and an Clackamaa Southern Electric R. R
i..'.iirfinn Drira nnat nnlv A7S oar tract: $300 caah. balance HQ
. Thla rlra will ansn douhla. ' Coma today and elqMdVhe
n ... . - -. - I
W. F. SCHOOLEY & CO. :
Phone: Pacific M-80. Home A-15. 61JLM'n 8t, Oregon City.
Complete Change of Program
.aiMal. ennreded the
ground well taken and aaked what
was wanted by the city offlclala. City
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