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OREGON CITY, OREGON,
THURSDAY, APRIL C, 1911.
Per Week, 10 Cents
NINC HOUR Of TRINUOU LIFE
Y IX PHIWMNT IN ROM
ca nuo to nEiira
striata Ham WM M Twcha on
Unelaannee In f.litlsal Ufa
. Lor I mar OivM Vhannt
POHTLAND, Or., April (.(Spe
cial.) Th greeting to Rooevlt Wad
nenlay wn tha Mat aitandad vr
liven to n Individual lo the history
nf Iba city, rrom tha Urn a entered
tb city till ha left, nine fall hours,
tb Ex President waa accorded ona
honor after tha othar, and hla lima
iu nil a to overflowing with tha
greetings ha received and tba wisdom
tod good cheer that( ho ga forth for
Almoit tha wbola of Portland'! cltl
isnahtp made a holiday of althtr tha
afternoon or thai evening, or both.
From tha mo mailt Roosevelt arrived
Oil b ltn at midnight tbar u no
equation of tha nomas paid him.
Tars things that h did while bar a
ware to aaalat In tha laying of tha
Multnomah Amaumr Ataletlo Club cor
ncr iion, alt at baaot with TOO of
tha leading rltlaena and) addraaa 6.000
In tbe Armory at nlgnt
In hla Armory - speech Roosevelt
lauded tha Oregon syatem, urged har
mony In Stale polltlca, advised fewer
and more aubstaBttal officiate, and
condemned Iriatr and the methods
that made a lrlmr poaalbl.
Ha praised Oregon's wisdom In bar
moihoda of cholc of Senatora, tb
Conatltutlnn not providing what Ore
gon and bar cltisenahlp daelr along
tha popular election plan.
Roosevelt ha coma, ha haa con
quered and h haa gone. Tboaaaads
in him for tb first time and among
the are many who hare now a bolter
Idft of tbe man, of hla characteristic
and of what they think of him aa an
American cltltan and a good fellow.
The final stunt nf the Commercial
Club entertainer waa a a peach by tb
-Quern of Mombasa." In this apeech
there war many references to tb pro-
pnaitlon of race aulclds, bordcrng on
a )!. Tbl angered Rooaove. an I
tooii those gnllty of the Jeat to task
t words little abort of angar.
3000 TROOP OTTCED UP.
KU PA BO. Texaa. April 5. ( Special )
-It la tha bollef that the rebel leader
ha 3000 of the heat Mexican soldiers
bottled up and that h can crush them
at any time and la preparing to do ao
ahr-n It will tell moat. The Insurrec
tion la aald to he growing dally and
that the regular government cannot
poaMhly atop It. Madrroa la certain
in have tblnga bla own way If he can
turn ona or mora trick a. Is the opinion
of the best anthorltlea here.
MILITIA TO IMUVER
INFANTRY CAMP TO SIT DOWN
FOR FIVE DAYS' WORK AT
PORTLAND, Or., . April 5. (Spe-rlal.)-Mllltla
of the State will under
take a nerlee of maneuvers for coaat
deft-nan at the month of the Columbia
River early In Anguat The entire
trenrih of the National Guard will be
mobilized and tha war game will con
lt nf movements against a theoreti
cal force attempting to take tbe Co
lumbia River fortifications.
In addtlon to the maneuvers, an In
fantry officers camp will be held at
the rltlo range at Clackamas station
arty n July. This camp of Instruc
tion will continue for five days and
practical training will be given all In
fantry officer who can attend. The
emirne w include lectures by officers
of the regular army.
Hear Ye! Hear Ye !
VV ar ready to serve you.
. u' 8prlna and Summer lln 'of U
CLftrue. nd M'CHAatLR . STERN
id. """ yu of Mw
In latter day cloths making.
st a place for yuT
M Lik Otiars -,M
and Main Ite.
Oregon City and Portland
Fair and warmer; westerly wlnda
Oregon Fair, warmer, eiospt
near the Coaat; westerly winds.
ROOSEVELT OP.EETS INDIANS.
CHBMAWA, Or.. April 8 (Special)
Tba tralu stopped her for tea min
ute that Roosevelt might shake
bands with tb Indian boys and girls
In tb school here. "Come oa, boys,
com on. girls." waa the glad cry of
the K President to tb too Isdtaa
children as they flocked about hi train
today. Several hundred of tb child
ren, emboldened by his cordiality, did
climb up oa the steps tf his train and
greet tbe big man.
MESSAGE ON RECIPROCITY.
WASHINGTON. ADrll I.-I9irln
President Taft aaut bla maaag to
Congress today, urging early action on
me reciprocity treaty with Canada.
He avers that hla maaaaa-a Is sent In
deference to popular sentiment and In
duty to me great maaaea or the Amer
MO' ME JOLE
ROOsiveLT sees the old lifc
IN AFRICA AS HC ENTERS
PORTLAND. Or.. April (. (Spe
cial.) When Col. Roosevelt entered
tha banquet hall at tba Commercial
Club Wednesday nlkht for the banquet
given him, he well Imagined ha had
been carried back to Africa, for the
scene that confronted him waa that
of the tropic Jungle. Palm ireee
alood all about him, with monkeys
snd parrota chattering In their branch
ea, the wall of tha dining room were
covered with huge paintings of African
acenery and live alligatora were on
the banks of an Imitation African riv
er. In the mltlMt of thla simulated Plain
of Mombasa was pitched Col. Roose
velt's csmp and trophies of his prow
ess all about, while ebony-aktnned Af
ricans ware seen packing up tha alaln
monstere for shipment to tba Smith
sonlsn Institute at Waahlngton.
Tha Rooaevelt dinner coat 12000 and
was attended by Joo prominent Port
land men. President Henrey Hack
vlth of tha Commercial Club waa
toaatmaater. Immediately after the
banquet. Col. Roosevelt went to the
armory, where ho made a public ad
dress, after which he made a call at
the Preaa Club and then hurried away
to catch his train.
ROOSEVELT AT DINNER.
Train Slows Up While Paeslno
Through City But Does Not Stop
The limited on the Southern Pacific
bearing Colonel Rooaevelt to Portland
slowed down a It passed through the
city to pick up the railway Inspector,
who alwaya boards the train at this
place, but tbe Colonel did not put In
an appearance. Partlea who stood
across the trsck from the depot say
Ihst Roosevelt waa at dinner aa the
train paased through the city.
"CITY POUND" REPORT.
Chief Shaw Showa It to -Be Paying Its
In his report on tha operation of the
City Pound Chief Shaw reports:
Appointed D. A. Lewis pound mas
ter, with power to collect for animals
i. nd credit himself with the
amounts. The msater's report ahowa
the Impounding or 17 nean 01 m
and the collection of 132, all of which
went to the master.
There waa a horae taken up ana
when no one called for It the Chief ad
vertised It and aold It with a net pro
fit to the city of 4. the hone aelllng
for ten dollara and the cost of keep
and aal amounting to $6.
IS GA HEADWAY
LIVE WIRES AND CONGREGATION.
AL BROTHERHOOD HAVE EN
DORSED THE MOVEMENT.
The campaign for the Sunday clos
ing of the local poHtofflc la on In
earnest. The Congregational Brother,
hood and the Live Wires have gone
on record as favoring It and tha
churches and church members through
tha city are promlalng aid where need
ed. Data given out by the local employ
ee la to the effect that five employe
work now wall If there was no open
ing pfth general dallrary Vlndow
and no distribution of the paper one
man could do the work. This would
mean that eight could enjoy Runday,
requiring a man to work on Sunday
It Is said that laat Sunday the em
ploye handled 8000 papera and only
jl called for them until Monday. Tner
weri 116 that called from town and
country Sunday. Th plan la to put
the mall In th boxaa Sunday as usual,
ao that a man who feels he must hav
hla mall can get It by renting a box.
City carrier work part of the nay
oriw but under cloalng rules they
would only collect the mall and then
turn It Into the office and go home.
Th employes feel that If th rest
of th chufebea take th matter up,
thy feel th churches will, ther Is
certain to com om good to the men
who are now required to spoil the
Read th Morning Enterprise.
FIGHT? N01 ONLY SHOWING A FRIEND MY
DECIDE TO GO DOWN TO DEPTH
OF 2500 FEET IF NECESSARY
FOR PAYING WELL.
acToxs jo ofFictts urn
Indications aa Rsported By Drillers
Look Good to Stockholder
'asay Reduce Six of
The Home OH and Gaa Co., w hich la
drilling In a well at Stone, held Its
annual stockholders meeting In this
city Wednesdsy sfternoon. In the sam
ple room at the Electric hotel. Report
was msde of the condition of the well
now being drilled In snd the general
condition of the bustneas of the com
pany. The following officers were
chosen: , ,
Ireslilent. U D. Mum power; vice
president, Henry 8tade; secretary. C.
I). Latotirette; treasurer, First Na
tional Ilnnk. Directors were chosen
aa followa: L. D. Mumpower, Henry
Stade, (leo. Vlerhus, I-nula Vlerbus, J.
(1. Mumpower, J. W. Watts and J. J.
A rcHOlutlon was passed Instructing
the officers to go ahead and drill until
oil In paying quantities Is found or
tbe well reaches a depth of 2500 feet.
Tha present expert drillers were
present , at the meeting and gave a
flattering report aa to prospecta. They
think' the oil la here and that they are
almost certain to find It. They report
ed that there waa a continued flow of
gna for the past 100 feet In depth,
with some little tracings of oil. Indi
es! lona, they aay, could not be better.
These men have had experience In the
East and In th California oil fields
A geologist from the East, who
when In college aome 15 years ago waa
considered considerable of an expert,
has made a casusl analysis of the
atone taken out of th well at a depth
of 1250 feet. II aays that it Is a lime
rock formation with crystallxed flint
running through Its texture. Thla Is
the UHuat cap formation that Immedi
ately precedes the finding of oil and
la the usual covering of an oil pool or
oil bolt. The formation Indicates that
there waa oil used In Ha structure by
nature and If the deduction Is true
then there must have been oil there
Close To City
Cash and Install
ments T. L. Charman
CITY DRUQ STORC
In sufficient quantity to have made
the formation possible, to say the
lat. Ho la of opinion that this stone
must com from a covering to an oil
pool, but aa to whether or not It will
be found In paying-quantity remains
to t seen. '
The drill still continues to stir tip
gas and oil and the bucket brings up
oil all the time and th stirring up of
the wster permits the gas to rise In
quantities sufficient to light.
The drillers will continue to go
down with the present site hole as
long a th present stone formation
doea not permit the well to cava In.
If th well begins to cave In It will
be necessary to reduce the aiz of th
casing to protect th well, or if gaa
or oil are found in sufficient quanti
ties so that it is wise to shut out the
wster then tb casing will need to be
reduced in alt-. .-
The onglnalfVnter made a mistake
In starting the well so small, and that
error In a measure handlcapa tbe pres
ent drillers, but things muat be taken
as they are, and not aa they ahould be,
and the directors feel warranted in go
ing on even In the face of the fact
that better conditions might have at
tained had the first drillers been wise
to conditions in this western field.
It Is certain, say the directors, that
signs the past 300 feet have been very
encouraging, and the meeting of stock
holders Wednesday was one of con
FIND FRESH SALMON
COVERED UP IM BARN
FISH WARDEN RATHBURN MAKES
COMPLAINT AGAINST EDWIN
Complaint waa mad before Justtc
Samson Wednesday by Fish Warden
L. Rathburn that Edwin Richards was
Belling freshly canght salmon from bis
market contrary to law.'- Aa an out
come Richards waa arrested and taken
before Samson to I answer to the
charge of having In bla possession
no charge was made of his selling
When complaint was made that
Richards was selling salmon the (lab
Warden went to the barn of Richards
and there he and hi witnesses found
several steel bead salmon that were
fresh, aa the officers declare. When
called to account tor them Richards
said h did not know they were there.
It Is said by the 'officers, but later he
did admit he knew they were there
and when asked why ha did not take
them to his market said he dare not
lest he be caughr with them.
The trial has been set for Friday at
10 a. m. - The defendant will ask for a
Jury trial and the evidence will need
to be convincing to satisfy the Jury.
Mrs. Donovan and Guests Enjoy Social
Afternoon Togsthsr. .
Mrs. Donovan entertained a few of
ner friends at Willamette on Wednef
day. Those Invited In thl city . left
on the 11 o'clock car for Willamette,
and at 12 o'clock a aumptuoua dinner
waa served by hoateas, who was as
sisted by her daughter, , Mrs. Josle
Forsberg. The afternoon was spent
In a social manner, and th guesta ar
rived home at 5 o'clock. :
Mrs. Donovan's guests-were Mrs.
Emma Thomas, Mr. Paul Naumann,
Mra. a. J. Howell, Mra. Randall, Mrs.
Pauline Schwartx, Mrs. Maddock, Mra.
William Harvey. Mr. N. M. Alldfedg.
Mra. E. H. Cooper, Mrs Joule Fors
berg. Attend Funeral In Portland Today.
Justlc and Mra. W. W. H. Samaon
will go to Portland today to attend th
funeral of R. K. Gibson, who wa a
cousin of Mrs. Samson. Th funeral
will be held at the lata horn on West
avenue, Kaat Portland, at 1 p. m. Mr.
aibaon died Tuesday morning and waa
a man 55 year of ag. Mr. Gibson
a etna friend of tha Judge and
tha deceased man'a children attended
school to Samson when he waa teach
ing aa a young man.
ATTEMPT TO SHUT WILSON OUT
FAILS BELIEF THAT WILSON
IS HIMSELF HONEST.
Wg CALLED TO EXPLAIN ASXEST
Tails How Father of tha Lad Told
That Ha Was of Age Hoi
man Explains Hla
Council met In regular session Wed
nesday evening with Mayor Brownell
in chair and Messrs. Burke, Holmao,
Meyer, Pope. Roake, Hall and Mich
The reading of the minutes by Re
corder Stlpp took nearly an hour, the
meetings had been ao numerous since
the last regular meeting In March.
Harry Jones' bond for the work on
Ninth street was tbe first business
taken up; It was referred to the City
Attorney for report.
The acceptance by the Mt. Hood
Railway, Light and Power Co. of the
franchise granted was received and
A. W. Cheney and Prank Rotter Bled
objections to tbelr assessments on
Eleventh street. Mr. Holman moved
that tbe kicks be referred to tbe ap
praisers on the street Jack, Eby and
James Roake, from the lay benches,
suggested that the atreet he completed
before the re-appraisement be made in,
which case tha appraiser might find
the -value was correct.
R. E. Woodward had a kick against
the condition of tha ditch on Fourth
atreet, and -the long time which the
condition has been bad. City Engineer
thought he could report within a week
then the work could b completed.
Referred to committee on atreets.
Recorder read the appllcattona. for
saloon llrens and reported that ad
vertising had been done In each case.
Mr. Meyers wanted a report from the
Chief of Police aa to what saloons had
been complained against.
Chief Shaw eald there had been no
complaint against any but that of Jodl
Wilson. Said Frank Bruner had com
olalned that he had Jost several dol
lars there. Others bad said they had
been robbed of change, etc. In answer
to question aald Wilaon bad p"0 fined
for slllng to minor ftafcin a few says'
Councilman Meyers moved that It
cense be not granted to Wilson.
Msyor Brownell wsnted to say a
word for the honesty of Wilson; knew
not If some one else bad taken the
money In the saloon but Wilson was
an honest man and had not taken It
himself. Had little confidence In word"
of Brunner. Had known Wilson for
15 years and believed In his honesty;
might not In his Judgment.
Wilson was given the floor on the
further request by Mr. Pope that he
be heard. He came up front and aaid
he owned the saloon, had paid 11200,
had never touched another'a money,
had tried to be honest. Explained
that' father of theloy for whom he
had been fined had said the son wal
of age. and he could prove it. Said
father had aided boy in getting drinks
at his old place and had said he was
Councilman Hall believed Wilson
was honest, had known him for yearj,
bellevd he was telling me irum, do-
lieved in giving him a chance.
Motion to withhold license waa lost
Meyer and Roake voting yes and
Burke, Holman, Pope. Hall and Mlch:
aels voting no. Councilman Holman
explained that he would vote no on the
explanation made but if there wer
more complaints would vote otherwise
. Councilman Pope moved the rest of
the licenses being all now having li
cense be granted as per applications.
In the matter of Improving Sixth
street without waiting to settle the
present wrangle, leaving out the
square between Jefferson street and
Monroe, report was made that all the
property holdera Interested had signed
an agreement to permit the city to go
forward and skip that Work.
Reports were received and read
from the Chief of Police and Recorder,
and the treasurer's report was re
ceived and ordered filed. Recorder'
report showed ) 10,907 received.
DYNAMITE LETS CO
STUMP FLIES HIGH
CLACKAMAS SOUTMaVHN RAILWAY
RIGHT OF WAY A BUSY PLACE
The right of way of the Clackamaa
Southern Railway was a busy plac
Wednesdsy. Three gangs of men wer
at work In three different place along
the line some cutting timber and
brush, others grubbing out nd blow
ing out stumps, and a third plowing
and scraping and leveling off the road
bed In preparation for th laying of
th ties and teel.
The most expensive point along th
right of way Is at th point Just back
of Kansas City wher th men are at
work at this time. Ther are mora
trees to remove, mora and larger rocks
to blast out and aa deep or deeper
cut to make and All to level up than
at any point between her and Beaver
Creek. And with that th men arc
making good headway and th grad
Anlahd la tn h. un in rllriin
at it ateepeat point not exceeding 1.7.
Th men at work blasting oat
stumps were doing a 'land-offlca bul-
nass" all day. and at on tiro injcij
Good consistent adver
tising in The Morning
Enterprise pays. It has
proven so with tu.
Prioo Brcom i."
Am Am Prioo, Mgr.
Kate Wisner McQaskejr
The Modern Madonna
Friday Evening, April 7, at Congregational Ctufrch
On Sale, at Hantley Bros. Co. and Jones Drag Co.
a trifle too much "Juice", and when
the explosion came it blew the stump
nearly a quarter of a mile away, land
ing ft in the middle of the roadway
some distance from th scene of opera
tions. The whole hillside is one mass of
rock, some loose and easy to pnt one
side and others requiring dynamite to
move them, but ail one mass of rock
and'worthleas from the standpoint of
cultivation. And among thla waste
land on which the right of way is be
ing built Is the rockplle that G. W.
Blgham la asking $1000 for. Notice
are posted warnlog against trespass
but a th company has plenty of oth r
work the men can keep busy while the
matter rests In court till such time
as the company needs to go on with
Its forward movement
-THE MODERN MADONNA"
To Be Presented by Mrs, McCluskay
at Congregational Church Fr y.
Mrs. Kate Planer McCfbsiey 'ar
rived In this city Wednesday morning
and will spend her Kaster vacattoa
with Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Wisner. Mrs.
McCluskey is at preeent teaching in
the Cumnock School of Oratory in Los
Angeles. Sha is a lyric reader of
much ability and will give a public
reading at the Congregational church
Friday evening, April 7. when she will
present "The Modern Madonna,"
Mrs. McCluskey's press notices are
most flattering and no doubt there
are many who will avail themselves
of this opportunity of bearing an artUt
tell this beautiful story.
GIVEN LITTLE BOOST
PRESIDENT FERRIN TELLS OF
ITS GOOD WORK DRIFTS TO
SHORT ADDRESS ON 8UN.
President W. L. Ferrin, of Pacific
University, spoke at the High school
Forum Wednesday. He said that he
had no Intention of talking concerning
the University but at Prof. Tooie in
vitation would say a few words.
Graduation commencement doe
not mean that you are through for you
are Just ready to begin. And with
this In mind the schools are all tha
time raising the standard, which I
wise. Thla is seen when on stops to
consider that the leaders In this Ufa
are educated men. One per cent of
the -populace graduates, yet 75 per
cent of the leaders of men are gradu
atea. ' '
From the talk concerning hla college
Mr. Ferrin shifted to an address con
cerning the sun and its characteristics.
He told of its mammoth size, not in
abstract " figures but In comparisons
that he knew would have something to
Interest the young people. He told of
Its heat and the part it played, of ita
size and one'a Inability to thoroughly
comprehend, of Ita life-giving power
and how we all must have of this, of
Its distance, the control It exerts on us
and the Universe and of the one great
center th Creator.
While there wer aome things that
parbaps tha young people will need
to grow to In his address, yet th High
school atudents enjoyed the talk and
will not forget for many a day tb
speaker or the lesson lie brought to
Rev. W. M. Proctor waa among th
guests of the occasion. Prof. Tooz
Introduced the speaker In a few well
$50.00 Given Ax?ay
This ad la worth Im I r..k t
mont Aerwag Trade No. XS"t acres; ail In cultivation; cloa
school; macadam road, and en Clackamas Southern Eleetrie ft, rU,'
now building. Plica now only ag'5 par tract; agoo easn, aaiano Sto
ps r month. This pric will soon doubl. Com today anal th
W. F. SCHOOLfeY Civ Gd
Phone: Pacific M-SO. Horn A-1S4..
THE CLOW F(MII
VILL BE CELEBRATED
MOUNT PLEASANT CITIZENS AP
POINT COMMITTEE TO TAKE
.UP AND EXPLOIT WORK. j' ....
The Mount pleasant Civic Improve
ment Club mot at the school boose
Tuesday night, and a movement waa
mad that a Fourth of July ceiem-Br
tlon be bald at Mount Pleasant, There
waa a large attendance at the meet
ing, aad ther waa much enthusiasm
manifested on thla movement... It waa
decided to hold a celebration, and a
commute oonpoaed of O. A. Btck!,
J. M. 8lver and A. C Warper, waa
appointed to secure speakers, music
and arrange for th races. On of tb
special features of this celebration
will be a basket dinner picnic A
celebration was held by thla organisa
tion two years ago and proved a big
Arrangements sra being made for an
Raster entertainment by th Club
which will h riven at th school
house on Tuesday evening, April 18.
Tb committee appointed Tuesday
night to arrange for th affair la a
follow- Mrs. A. fL Warner. Mrs. T.
Gilbert Clark, Mrs. O. A. Bickel. Mia
Lucile Kellogg. Miss Mabel Christian
sen. The program will consist of drills,
recitations and music.
The committee appointed to arrange
for the Fourth of July celebration will
make its report at an adjourned meet
ing to be held in the near future.
WIFE ASK8 DIVORCE.
Alleges Inhuman Treatment, Intoxica
tion, Abus and Sever Blows. -
Eldora Heath haa filed a suit for di
vorce from Bert R. Heath. They were
married January 22,. 1898, and shortly
after their marriage Heath com
menced to treat his wife In a crul
and inhuman manner. He has used
Intoxicating liquors, coming home
from his work in an Intoxicated con
On many occasions he haa cbokejd
her, knocked her down, beat and
bruised her. She became IU from this
treatment, and he told her be wished
she would die. On many occasion he
ordered her to leave bis home, and on
March 20, 1908, his conduct became so
violent that sh was compelled to
leave horn. Jay U. Upton, of Port
land, la representing Mrs. Heath.
Visited By Paralytic Stroke.
Mrs. William Vaughan, on of th
well known Oregon pioneers, was
stricken with paralysis a few daya
ago. at her home In Molalla, and her
children hav been summoned to ber
bedside. Mr. Meldrum McCown, of
Medlord, arrived In Oregon City Wed
nesday, and left Immediately for Mo
lalla. PARENTS ARE INVITED.
Course of Study to B Exiaind at
Masting In Bolton Shl Friday.
. A meeting of parents and teachars
will be held at th school aooa In
Bolton, Friday at 2:10 p. tn.f April 7.
Th course of study will b briefly
explained, and recent school legisla
tion set forth. . i 1 . ' '
Eva Wash will read a paper oa "En
couragement," and Ullle Miller on
upon "Relation of tha Teacher to th
Community." School work will b -habited,
parents ar requested to at-
h' 'ftrat alv ourchaaer of Clair- '
U Main ttf Ort CMy. . X