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VOL. 1-No. 73
OIIEGON CITY, OREGON, 8 UNI) AY, APRIL 2, 1911.
Per Week, 10 Cents
fRIWIV IS SEEH
.IN PARTY CAUCUS
DlMOCRATB SHOW HOW A PARTY
CAUCU6 CAN BE MADC REAL
KONOMY THE ORDER OF THE DAT
House WlHJovo 8110,000 By Lotting
Out Useleae Employee ond Pay.
. Ing for Work Oono
WASIIINOTON. April 1. (Special)
-Thi Democratic party haa bold Its
raurtia, which waa noticeable for Ito
harmony, and adopted without chansa
th committee aaalgnmenla and the.
. rules prepared for tha govern
m.ni of tho coming Oongreaa. Tho
(.ImIiIv program (a to confine tho
activities of tho coming session to
Doitnlur election of Senators, Canadian
reciprocity, tariff revision. Invcstlga
lion of governmental departments,
ronnrt'imlonal reapportionment, state
hood for Arlsona and New Mexico,
...nornl deficiency appropriations Dla
trlrl (Colombia leglalatlnn and pub
licit "f campaign .contrthuUona.
' This means a general reorganise
linn of the llouao and Important
rhanawi In tho procedure. The powof
of naming committee la to bo lodgod
In the House Itself. Committee mem
bers are aleo to bo elected by tho
Hon. and the filling of vacancies aa
well Jhla means that, the llouao It
t i to be In cpntrol.
The cutting Off of auperfluoua em
ploye will mean a saving of 1180.000.
Consrrsalonal poalttona muat be asked
for from a committee that will have
ll recommendations In Ita power.
That there will bo walling and gnaah
Ina of teeth among tho employee no
Iniwrr needed la aoon to te In ovl
denee Bui tblo Congrees meano to
retrench and baa gone about It In
war Inat promleet real economy.
1000 Out In Kansas City.
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. April 1 About
1io Union carpenter failed to ap
pear for work today at varioue local
shop. They announced they would
- not return to work until Ove cent an
hour ralao In wages bad been agreed
to hv' fho contractors. The men now
receive 60 centa an hour. . Two largo
local firm algned up for tho Increaae.
Bhopa where ponunlon men are env
ployed wore running aa uaual today.
Mvited to Writ, on Temperance Quae
tiona,.Por Caah Prliee.
CORVALUS. Or.. April 1. Eays
on temperance subjects to le submit
tal for the local. State and National
W C. T. U. prlaea aro to bo written
lv tho college atudenta of Oregon. O.
A t atudenta have Juat been notified
of tbla opportunity to win tho 1100 of
fered by the national organlxatlon,
-n given by the State aaaoctatlon, or
mnnller local prUea, by writing on
' The Relation of Individual Total Ab
silncnre to tho Proaperltv of tho Na
tion." or aome ouch apodal theme aj
"The Public Schools and Bclentlflc
Temperanco Instruction," "Alcohol
and the Public Health or "Peroonal
Ub-rty ve. Public Obligation.''
FALLS INTO CHIP Bill
BUT FRIDIDS SAVE HIM
, . .
ROBERT rOX COME NEAR LOS
ING LIPE AT CROWN PAPER
OURNE .TO BE SIDETRACKED.
WABIIINOTON. Anrll 1 n.rln
a- . a a . . . i
--nriHin lonay aayt mat Senator
Crane haaagre-ed to yluld to tho wlah
ui rraaioKni ian ana I'oatmaator
Oenaral Hitchcock and will accept the
cnairmnnanin or ina mmm i u nn
poalofflcea and poat roada. Thla will
mean mai nenauir Ilourne will be
aldotracked and the Prealdvnt will not
ned to yield to the Oregon Benato'
, , DRYEST MARCH EVER-
The paot March la tho dryeat March
In the hi. lory of Portland at Jeaat
alnca authnrltattva nenrea nava h.n
taken. '. According to meaaurement
hero tho rainfall In March waa but .C3
of an Inch. Twonty alx yeara ago
tbera waa-a March about like tblo one
aa to quantny or rainrau.
. OREETINOS TO ROOSEVELT.
PfinTI.AHjn Ctr Anrll 1 fHnArlall
Arrannementa for the reception to!
Bi Prealdant flooaevelt on Wedneaday
aro about complete. Comniltteea for
tho varloua work bavo lieun named
and It only remalna to put on tho Aj
lahlng tmichea to bavo tho program
, "H '
NEW LIBRARY ASSURED?
vrt vaT imnw rtr Anrll 1 Vf.
furla n rlu tha nacaaarv endow
ment fund for tho new library, for
I'avtflc fnlvereltyi ao aa to aecuro the
Sau.OOtHtnilldlng fund promlaed by An
drew Carnegte, havo been aucceaaful
and tbo new edifice will be erected
the coming Hummer. An endowment
of 131,000 haa been pledged.
WOULD OIVE SETTLERS LANDS.
WA8IIINOTON. April 1. (Bpoclal)
-Tunirtumiii Laffertv wanta all
land nn Irrigable, m tbo Btato,
thrown open to aettlere. He wanU to
aea the borne aeeker given an oppor
tunity to get a homo, and to that end
will preparai bill and Introduce It In
Congreaa at an opportune time.
BEWARE OP PIRE8.
LENTEN SEASON FOR ALL BUT THE POLITICIANS.
SWIG FLOW GAS
STONE OIL WELLS
A SECOND STRATA OF BLACK OIL
BEARINQ SAND PENETRATED
BY DRILL. .
DRILLERS EOUND THAT OIL IS NEAR
...... . .-.
Qaa Porooo Ita Way Through 800 Feet
Of Water, Burning Freely ao
It Uouoe From the
Satani "Believe me, yeu aeuldnt make tha Hunch htar you "H t eann"
YOUfiG MARRIED FOLKS
PLEASANT EVENING AT THE
HOME OF MR.. AND MRS. M. D.
"fho Newlyweda." a club recently
I organised In thla city, and which U
8AIJ7M. Or.. Anrll I. (Special)
Btato Koreater Elliott, who haa a
aumed the dutlea of hla new office. ! comnoeed of aome of the young mar
'flVacepf P- ter,..ned Friday
then In aafeguardlng them until all night by Mr. and Mra. M. D. Latour-
danger la paat. He thlnka that too ette at their home on Fourteenth and
. . . " . . . . t.v i Main atraala Tha affair waa a vary
mucn care rannoi d w, mnu - . -- - -
lha cotia.rv.tlon of property and tlferjenJoyableine. the evening being de-
- vniaJ tn tlva 14 nnri ran Mra. w. R
E. L. MOORE, WIFE AND DAUGH
TER THROWN FROM RIO ALL
BADLY SHAKEN UP.
n..i,np( s him near lonlng hla
life at the Crown Paper Mill one day
lat week Ho waa operating mo cpip
bin, through which tho ehavlnge aro
(n,,,i inin ilia "dlomater." when
hlH fiMit allpped and he fell Into the
bin and began to olnk towarda the
"dlKentor." Thla U a vat of cbemlcalo
Into which the ahavlnga aro turned
Into pulp, and a few momenta wouia
nit nna'a Ufa.
Aa he aank Into tho neck leading
from the bin to tho "dlgeater"' ho
called for help and waa flahed.out by
workmen, the machinery having been
'atnnpcd to aid In hla reacue. Ho waa
pulled out nearly luffocatM but with'
out Injury, a few momenta longer and
e could not have been aaved.
L System Clothaa ' Stetoon Hatt
to write ada. Do you know that wo
Mil 90 per cent of good dreeaera here
thlr clothttt That's fact and w
n ptovi it, Thart'a a raaon.
, a '
.' r window dloplayo and If you can
Pr th. mt come In. It will pay
Thara waa a Barlmia runaway ac
cident on Seventh afreet hill Saturday,
shortly after noon, in wbicn mreo pen-
ma h.ra wxvmn a aanniia snaK ni uu
The' team waa acared by a road roiv
t.i atnttji at iha aina nr tna a i reel ai
breaking away threw tne occupanta
from the rig and ran out Molalla ave
V t UnAM who Uvea on Etahtta
atraet. hitched ud hla team for a ehort
drive abmtt t p. m. Mra. Moore and
tbo five year old aaugnter, Minem.
accompanied him. Aa tbey drove Into
Seventh otreet at Taylor tho team
took fright at a road roner and began
to run.. Before tha team could bo put
nniiar Minimi tha end of the wagon
tongue waa broken and the wagon ran
Into the ditch ana nr. Moore, who
and daughter were thrown out At
thla tho team broke looae from the
wagon and ran out Molalla avenue,
where they wore capturea ana re
turned to tho barn of Mr. Moofe.
In tho fall to tho atreet Mr. moor-
waa aeverely bruiaed and nia neaa
lta aavaral Cnt. Mta. MoorO
had her left ahoulder brulaed and It U
Not Llk Otkor '
' Ith ant) Main SU.
WITH THREE MED
Uogua waa awarded the lady a prize,
and A. A. Price the gentleman's price.
Refreshment a were aerved.
Tbo post meeting of the club fall
ing on Good Friday It waa decided to
havo the meeting the Monday previous.
which will be at tne notne oi rnr. nu
um a a Trla '
Mra. Latourette waa aaalated by her
sisters, the Mlaaee Danlton. Thooe at
tending Friday nlght'a affair were Mr.
and Mra. Walter Welle, hit. and Mra.
George Hanklna. Mr. and Mra. W. R.
Logua, Mr. and Mra. A. A. Price, Dr.
and Mra. C. H. Melaaner. Mr. and Mro.
M. D. Latourette. Mlaa Helen Daulton,
Mlaa nea Daulton. -Snookuma' Latourette.
kell ' Dreaon Cltr: Mra. R. A. Brod-
gert, Maraballtown, Iowa.
Funeral has not been announced
but an effort la being made to gather
the friends ao aa to bold the funeral
Monday at 9 a. m.. with burial the
same day at Sherwood, laying him to
reat aurrounded by hla old nelghbora
--U. 8. Buya Cranfleld Spring.
E. P. Dedman, of Clackamas, waa In
Oregon City Saturday. Mr. Dedman
haa Juat aold to the United Statea als
rp tnovn aa tna i ranneia sonni.
on which la located the hatchery be
longing to the "Government. Thla
nrln. la In tka Pranfleld n 1. C. and
haa been owned by Mr. Dedman alnc
1881. It baa been leased ror tne paai
.i vaara hv the government for hatch
ery purpoaee, and la conaldered to be
valnahla- The orlce naid for the
GRAND. JURY DRAYtl
FOX THE APRIL TfRM
" 8TONE, Or.. .April 1. (Special) -The
drill hag been going down gradu
ally alnce the laat report and baa gone
down aeverai reel. , it naa paaaea
through the shale formation which
waa encountered for aeverai day a and
la now In black oil bearing aand alml
lar to that passed through aeverai daya
aavt Tha Brat atreav or mis Band
showed aome oil, and It la a aand that
always bears more or less oil.
About o'clock thla evening,' while
the drill waa making good headway In
thla black aand. a atrong now oi gas
waa ancounterao at a aenin or arxrai
1225 feet The gaa flow waa ao atrong
that It forced Ita way thaougn 800 leet
of water In a volume sufficient to
miV. a atrnnar. lint blaze. The aas
haa been lit for aeverai hours and
maWaa a stead blaze, burnlri freely.
Tha rirlllera ara tubiiant ana ieei
certain that oil cannot be far away.
Aa aoon aa a rew aaauionai prepara
tions can ha made the drill will be
farted downward ajtaln. with tne
hope of aoon striking oil..
O- C. BESTS WILLAMETTE.
Game at Canemah Park Saturday Won
nv Home Bova.
Than waa a nmt of hajut ball at
Canemah Park on Saturday between
a riuh from Ore eon City and a second
from Willamette. Following, is me
O. Story ...
Jeremiah . .
Itruce , . . . .
Good consistent adver
tising in The Morning
Enterprise pays. It lias
proven so with us.
7 Prico Bros
A. A. Prlco, Mgr.
...... i .
Have brought out a big lot of post cards and will put them on tho
market at 1 cent each, and 3 for flve regardleea of coot.. There aro
about 15,000 of these cards ranging from 1 cent up to 20c each and
if you want big bargalna In poat carda do not mlaa thla chance.." Sale)
commenceo Monday April 3 and laete until April 11.
Big valuta In other thlnge also. One $32 Victor Talking Machine for
$20. 8350 Piano for $240. $10 Guitar for $5, and Iota of other bargalna.
A. H. STURGES
the auaplcea of the Junior Society of
the Baptist church was a decided suc
cess. The affair was lb charge of Mrs.
Charles Ogleaby and Mlaa Alice
Thompson, and every number on tho
program received Ita aharo of encore.
Tho church waa filled to Ita capacity
by an appreciative audience, Tha ac
companist of tho evening waa Mrs. D.
5 DIES AGED 80 YEARS
AFTER LOiiG ILlliESS
ELDER J- P- ALLISON PASSES
AWAY AT. MOUNTAIN VIEW
HOME ON SATURDAY.
Death came to Elder J. P. Allison,
living In Mountain View, at about 7:30
a. m. Saturday. Ho was aged 80 yeara
and was Tor yeara a resident of Sher
wood but had retired from active life
and had lived for some time at hla
present home. Ho had been alck for
a year, having been confined to his
UaA tor aavaral month.
Mr. Alllaon waa born in Lawrence
feared It was aeverely apralned. Lount'y, HL.'March 4. 1831. and came
cit.ahaiti Urn littla rlrl. had her ahotll I . vaara a rn ITn.
Am hurt hut It la honed not Seriously. ... ,i- v... hait haen an active
The occupants of tho rig, realulng nd w, a citizen and neigh-
tho poworMl character oi mo leam. In death ho leavoa a who
are pleased that their injuries are no n( Mvpn children, Bve boys and, two
mmm ..rlnui than thav are. vkn.. whn aurvtva him ara his
iii"1 - I gina. I uvnv n v . . . ...... -
About three Hours earner in me uy wj0Wi jiving In Mountain View; Mra.
a hnraa atahat In B llEht bllKfty. and I ., ol Valla lilaho! Mm.
ramlnt to town from the Molalla coun. ,H- Ktarfleld. Wamlc. Oregon:
try. was frightenea at xne same mi r . AiIlW)ni California; uuoori,
Nevada; Abaolom and Reuben, resi
4.iu nnt known? Robert. Sherwood
There ara two slaters Mrs. D. A. Has-
and ran away at about the same point
on Seventh street' Tho buggy was
overturned by tho horse, tno innis
broken and tho damage to tbo buggy
was such that It had to be repaired
before Its owner could take It homo.
The name of the party coum noi i
a. ha diaannaared almost as
soon aa tho accident occurred.
O C BOYS WIN GAME
VIT1I CRESCDIT TEAM
SCORE 17 TO 4 IN FAVOR OP THE
LOCAL HIGH SCHOOL
Tho Oregon City High school baas
hall team waa victorloua over tho
Crescent nine at Creocent Saturday.
The score waa 17 to 4.
Telford, Wllaon, Baker, Alldredge
and Michaels were the gunr for Ore
gon City, while Jones and Parka
played a good game for Crescent.
O. C. H. 8. '
Andrews " v
nnker ......... r.cf..
Close To City
Cast and Install-!
. . . Jones
Umpire Tollt Jones.
T. Ls Chatman
CITY DRUG 8T0RB.
. . waldron
, , . Johnson
LIST OF JURORS WHO WILL SIT
IN JUDGMENT IN CRIMINAL
Tha following Is the panel of luror
that has been drawn for the April
term of the Circuit Court of Clacka
mas county: .
Emll Oelbrlcht, New Era; A. P.
Todd. Pleasant Hill; D. C. Toder. Kll
lln; Richard Wright, Mackaborg; Sam
Warnock. New Era; L. O. Palmateer.
Eatacada; B. F. Weddie. Tualatin; j.
J. Cooke. Oregon City. R. F. u. wo. i -.
H. 8. Gibson. Eagle Creek; H. 1.
8hlpley, Went Oregon Oty; Wlllam
Fine, Canemah; Micnaei Kron, wapio
t an., w u Kandle. Snrlnswater;
John Kent. Abernethy; Hubert Engle,
Soda Springs; K. W. Zimmerman, nr-lowj-
O.-C- Whltten. Oswego;- Chris
Kocher, Barlow; Josenh Conrad, Mar-
quam; John Aden, maiaun; uimu
Williams, Oregon City; 8. P. Berg.
Barlow: Charles Schockley. Highland;
Charles A. Lakln. MUwaukle; John F.
Jennings; Gladstone; W. E. Bonner,
Canyon Creek; Adolph Aachoff, Bull
Run; Charles Hattan, Harding; W. F.
Hartnell, Maple Lane; k. r. uuen-
ther, Boaver Creek; O. w. aiwwj,
THROWN FROM A CAR
111 TRYIIIG TO AUGHT
WM. RADGATE FALLS TO PAVE
MENT AND 48 UNCONSCIOUS
FOR A MOMENT.
A man name. Wm. Radgate, who
llveo In Ponlnnd, came to Oregon City
Saturday morning on business. While
alighting from an O. W. P. car at
Eleventh street he was thrown heav
lly to tho street and severely Injured.
At first he wag unconscious, so heavy
was his fall and so rudely waa he
thrown to the rocky pavement. '
. It aeems Radgste was anxious to get
. .... . that nnlnt In thO City.
OH IUW car pi .. , . ,
There aro two parts to Eleventh atreet
and because or mia BxranB..
sometimes fooled as to whether or not
the car Intends to atop. In any event
Radgate decided to get off the car.
and attempted to do so before It
stopped, in doing so he was thrown
heavily to the ground the force of the
fall threw him op on hla face, and I fall
Ing on hla right arm ho brulaed It
''T.tlt'V- ... flrat nicked UD he WSS
d"aied-ho lay there a minute or two
before any one aoeing "
wenl lo his aaalatanco-and It waa
... . k. ha waa taken to the
oe W7 K Car,.. Examjna.
tlon showed that ho was wwr.tr
bruised but with no bones broken. Ho
was fixed up and after a short rest he
waa put aboard tho cars and returned
to Portland. . - -
. Second Dance of Sorloo.
The second regular dancing party to
bo given by the Willamette Club will
be given at tho Bnach hall on Wed
neaday evening. April 5. Parson s or
cheatra, of Portland, will furnlah the
music forh dancing.
Th. acore stood S to 7. in favor of
tho Oregon- City lads. It waa a 10
Innln nmt. Indicating that It must
havo been pretty fast for an amateur
JUNIOR 80CIETY ENTERTAINS.
Pleaaant Evening at the Baptlat
Church Friday Full House,
The entertainment given on' Friday
evening at the Baptist church under
This ad Is worth $50 In cash to the first slg purchasers of Clair
mont Acreage Tracts No. S 2a acres; all ' In cultivation; close to
school; macadam road, and on Clackamae Southern . Elect rlo R. R
now building, price now only $879 per tract; 0300 cash, balance 810
per month. Thla prico will soon.. doubled Com today and close the
deal. ' '
W. F. SCHOOLEY & CO,
a-..-... rt..l. u SA Ua-aa A.4Kat U alaa . Amhaii bItw
frnvntJe raniints rn-ov nwmi ri- ' w-f viw" w v
Next time you walk by our store, we wish you'd stop a minute
and take a look at Big Ben. ... '
He's the finest sleepmeter made-:the best looking the best
built the best runniug.. You needn't take our word for it, we
keep it in the window; you can see for yourself.
;' ' 02.50 .
This Is tho clock they aro advortialng In the big maganlnes.
BURMEISTER Ct ANDRESEN .
Sospeasion Bridge Cornet rf Oregon City Jewelers