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I gubsorlptlona for the Morning
I Intsrprlee will ba receive for
I only Urn' lm"
I rou. yup rdf dy
I and ot benefit of low prtce.
NOT A CANDIDATE
pCCLARES HI HAS. BEEN OIVKN
ALL THE HONORS THAT CAN
CREATiWEST DID MUCH FOR HIM
Mad One Statement That Might By
Some Bo Construed ao a
Bid for Mora
SI I IK A.N t, vtasn., April n.-Mpo-,
rial I Colonel K""wU made a vory
bromi hfnif mKiii today relative to the
. iri)Miion thai he waa a candidate
fur n third I Tin aa President. And In
id co'ir' of Ma remarks on thla qitea.
i..i i, rinia verv near aavlna that ha
.,nli nol 1m JL candidate Ho- aald;
" am not an anpiiBni lur aiijwiiim
IxTniifi- I have had everything. ' I am
ihiiid of I he game."
TtiiN I ho broadest alalemeia that
(, v.'li haa mado on Ibla tour, and
wan iimite III anawer to th uneatlon
an to I tir ptirMn of tho trip. Thla I
the hromh-at statement ho baa mad
on OiIk iiiimiIoii aln.ee be left tho
WUir House. Ill the courae of hla re
mark" he attributed murh ho haa ac
complished to hla life In the Wm-10
the inspiration ho received and tho tin-bouml-r
riithualaNm that ho thus Im-bilx-U
Vhat might by sonrfn be con-"lrii-
us a bid for further honor la
(imtid in tho following:
"WTuii I loft the ITealdenry I made
op my mind that when tho opportunity
oltt-rrd after my return from Africa, I
thou Id try to vlall each aectlon and a
nearly tm kIIW ovory atalo la tho
t'bitiu to greet tho people, to ondoaror
lo ) them my belief that tho man
ho him been a president of tbo Cnlt
od l forovor after the debtor
of tho American people. Mind von. 1
do nt car for any office In Itaelf. The
only rcMion'why 1 value any office la
beraiit-e of the opportunity Riven by
thai offire to do work worth doing."
LEFT HANDED CATCH A BEAUT.
US AN0ELE8. April I (Special.)
-TV Vornona won today In a a core
t for tho Beavers. The feature
afie giimo waa a wonderful-one hand
MirU by Pecklnpauih, Tortland'a
TOM JOHNSON VERY LOW.
(I.KVKLAND. Ohio. April 8. (Bpe
rial. ) Tom Johnoon, the groat Com
moner who made aucb a game fight
for throe cent fare In Cleveland., and
wffv haa been at death'a door for aov-
rt ifv inil Md rood hve to hla
'.friends and at once lapeed Into' tin-ronm-lousness.
BUT CH1CK0I ESCAPES
CAPT. APPBRSON HAS HIS FIRST
AUTO ACCIDENT NOTHING
SERIOUS TQ IT.
Captain J. T. Apperson, regent of
the orpitnn Agricultural College, one
of the wealthiest realdonta of Clacka
maa cimniy, and paat department com
mander of the Grand Army of the
Republic, who purchased aa automo
bile a few daya ago from Elliott A
Park, a ml who la learning to operate,
m "rhirkon" hearted Saturday morn
Irk. and im a reault hnd to have hla
uto repaired. .
Chmtrr Elliott waa tn. tho car with
Captain Apporaon giving him aome In
truotioiiH of operating It, when a
chicken ran acroaa tho road near the
Abcrn.Mhy bridge. Captain Apperoon
at I he wheel, and Elliott
tllmd "you are now going to kill
Jour Brat chicken," and tho driver of
the rar had hla attention on the chick
n rnntuad of the direction In which
the rar waa going, and aa a reault
nt through a fend. In tho tflroctlon
of tho fiwl. The Captain aaya If It
d not been for the "dog gone" chick-
hit auto would bar kept la tho
'tol of the road.
TUN i ta I - . 1
bar.).. Z. . "'J"Z.r". I Z.Zr " " T
. . ... .....
!'" on aro tho laneet-the
Vyiinni. IPta IIMeaal IM1 OfTST I
"" ang eomnrlaa tk haa waluaa I ,
ffarad In thla oommunlty.
An IbtOluta tn.tk
Not Uko Otnara
WILLIAMS IS KILLED.
MEXICA1.I Xlenl.o Aurll (.
rliil.) Hlanley Wllllama, a. deaertor
from the I'. 8. army who waa working
with tho Inaurroctoa, waa killed and
hla command cut to plocea by regular
Mexican anldtora tolay In a fight In
which Wllllama ahoweti he had pluck.
He waa outnu in bored; he la mortally
wounded. , -
HARRY LANE FOR MAYOR.
PORTLAND. Or., April 8. 8peclal
Dr. Harry Lane, who waa a Demo
cratic mayor of Portland aevoral yeara
aa baa consented to aaaln become a
candidate.- It waa thought that he
waa tho only Democrat who could be
electeaV that ponltlon and ap extreme
preaaure waa brought to hour on him
to get him to run.
EVIDENCE BLACK FOR LORIMER.
riltrAf.O III Ai.rll a nixrlnl I
llAlib rieiwilta thnl fnrreaiinnH with
the rlHlm made by wltneaaea In the
Lorlmer bribery caae Indicate that
there la more evidence obtainable than
waa at drat believed. Thlnga look'
worae for Ijortnier at thla time than
Snow Storm Stop Game.
rt.RVRI.ANin. Anrll 8 A MOW
atorm In the aeventh Inning ended the
game thla afternoon between Cleve
land'a aecond team and the Toledo
Aaaoclntlon Club, with tb acore 3 to
t at the end of tho alxth inning, In
favor of Toledo.
FOREST TIRE LOSSES
VALUABLE RESOURCES OF THE
STATE GOING UP IN SMOKE
Cnreat Area, one of the areateat
aourcea of destruction to tbo moat
valuable reaourcea of tho State, will
nrai t roatrtntad and their terrora
largely reduced If the people w4ll co
operate with toe State roreater in me
administration -of tbo new roreatry
law enacted by tho laat f Legislature,
which will bo ready for distribution in
pamphlet form in me near ruiure.
one of the moat Important provl
ainna nt thai law la that making I
cloaed aeaaon for burning from June
I to October 1, ilurlng wwen perioa
niiMiur na nt all kinaa are nronioii'
mj .an imitar mnet atrlnt enf regti'
latlona and the proDaDiiuy or neavy
nanaltlaa. .; ' "''
in thla ann'nocttan the State Forester
nnaa hmm rv nnai lha nOjCeaattT Of
doing all poaalblO' buraing before tho
M,iaf 'anaaon -ho'a'ltia 'and thua BV0
amaiKIa' ktfrt". la Millnlli Hf. lA
permloatoo durlag taat aeaaon or grev
oat danger wnen nr apreaai ao eaaiiy
ana invmrr - ... , ....... .
c. IKUMiaC Haalraa.'tka aau
aiaiait am cooperation f 'vry od
.. .i....k,.i.iIa nt ftrnnrt from' for.
in IUW IIUIivv.l " V r --- ---
eat, graaa or nruan nr, u . i
end inrltea ouggowiono ana
inii aimiated to asalet In any manner
1 nr hla moat Import-
.t duLiea. Coolea ot tho law will be
BPomntW furnlahed to an wno neair.
them. Roqueata and communicattona
L.i ' nr0mnt and appreclatlvo ttten-L
ua ra. rtltAl nuliniflV. H1I0IU. Will W I
WILL OPEN DELICATESSEN.
Room Noar Masonlo Building lo Bolntf
building, recently tuitKi, oeinf nj
IIIVJUTTir'll l"l a w -
na.a1a.jt hn avllt AniUI flAllCftteHen
I'UrilBUU, W UM Will -B"-' .
and confectionery. Ho la the proprie
tor ot the Durgoyna rooming house in
th. nranvne rooming house in
va, - at.i-..aa.-a'
Portland and haa a fine wfocttonery
. . ii. Mmaa hara wan
in me noae v,nj. n- w" .T 21 " " tnrtl.
recommended and It Is aald the store-
room wl"l he mado handsome and that
OREGON CITY, OUEQOtfHUNDAY, APRIL 9,
SUPT. J. j; GARY
SUPERVISORS AS REQUIRED
BY NEW LAW.
TWO SUPERVISORY DISTRICTS MADE
Men Appointed Are Those Who Have
Had Experience In School Mat
tora for Several
County School Superintendent T. J.
Clary Saturday afternoon' announced
the appointment, under authority of
an act of tho legislature of 1911, of a
board of supervisors, to serve with the
!omyHerlntendent -in the " direct
Hon of the county schools, It being the
purpose of the legislature, at the sug-
gealton of L. R- Alderman, State sup
erintendent of public instruction, to
provide for looking more cioaeiy auer
tho rural schools. The personnel of
of the new board follows:
John R. Colo, of Molalla.
Harvey O. Starkweather,' of Mll
waukle. ' -
Henry Bablor. of Logan.
' , Edward E. Brodle, of Oregon City;
T. J. Gary, County School Superin
In thla hoard la vested the annolnt-
ment of at least two supervisors, who
hall receive a aalarv of 110(1 Der
month each for ten months ot the year,
and who shall work unaer tno direc
tion of the County Superintendent, of
aphonia. The main duties of theainp-
ervlaora will be visiting the rnrat
schools and co-operating wun me
... ' ... . ..! 1. A4
teacnera-wun a view io wcunoi loi
ter results and to keep more closely
In touch with the educational work
of the county.
Tho recant legislative act provides
that in counties that have 80 or more
schools, there shall be a supervisory
board, oonalattng of the County Super
intendent and four others appointed
by him. The county la divided by the
board Into districts, with not less than
20 nor more than 50 schools In each
district. There shall be a 'supervisor
In charge of each ot these educational
dlatrlcta. and there aball not be leaa
than iiira, aiinarvlaora. the County
Superintendent acting aa ono of the
Thar, ara in dlatrlcta In Clackamas
county, and aeven Joint districts. Thin
means that at teaai two aupervioura
must bo named, and the maximum
aumber In Ciackamaa county oneu om
even. It la prooaoie, nowever, wai
for the Brat year the ouperYleory board
will not appoint more mu um
tium number of upervloora.
Of tho new appointees, Mr. Stark
weathet li a director and Mr. Cole.
... n.ki.. ami Mr Rrodla are district
clerks rn their respectWo toealltles.
All of them have been wnnwiw;...
school boards and have taken an act
Ive Intereat In educational work for
THIRD ANNUAL BANQUET.
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Ploaoont Socfal Tlmo.
TbO tnira annumi nuqu
the Commercial Club or Oregon uu
... . - w.iji txranaattam, .vMlnff.
Inrll 19. from I o'clock to 11:S0.
John Aaams, . "-
ml, U. VV. Hivaiia, n.
T. Fields and Dr. Clyde
SSKf on fh, "reception commit
Operation la Succoasful.
Helena" Stof. the little ytar M
daughter of Mr. ana "-""
I a. ..L-.h rt fhA I iOOa III It I liosit li"-"
was taken to o ta girl
mtai ror an wi,-...- .- ....
' " .ffarln from a d slocation or me
was "" " prti.nd, ws
MaeauUy'in Ntw York World.
proved ouccesaful and the little girl
waa brougnt nome saturaay. ii la
thought her recovery will be speedy.
SENT TWO SUBSTITUTES.
Had Little Opportunity to Study Sub
ject Local Team Wine.
.fMali-mnnt riahatlnir team went to
ICarua Friday night to debate the aub
Ject. "Resolved, That the Emigration
T - Dkniilil CSimIiav HMtrlit tKa Pn.
slrable Class of Foreigners." . The
negative waa taken by the home team
and It won th decision. Two of Clair
mont'a regular team were unable to
attend and they aent 'substitutes and
aa the aubstltutes are not quite as
used to debating the team thinks per
haps therein Ilea the aequel to the de
feat. ELK INSTALLATION
: Oif FRIDAY EVOJING
VERY IMPRESSIVE CEREMONIES
-N WHICH MEMBERS OF ORDER
JOIN IMPROMPTU BANQUET
The Installation of the officers of the
Order of Elks took place In the Elks'
lodge room on Friday evening, and
waa a very impressive affair. Dr.
Clyde Mount waa Installed as exalted
ruler; Henry O'Malley, esteemed lead
ing knight; Fred Humphrys, esteemed
loyal knight; Theodore Osmond, es
teemed lecturing knight; Roy Young,
secretary: William B. Howell,-treasurer.
John Rlxley waa Installed as
trustee, the other two trustees' terms
not having yet expired.
There were over 100 members of
DR. WILLIAM PARSONS, Pas
tor , of Third Preabyterlan
Church of Portland, who will
talk at tho Preabyterian Bro
therhood masting next Tues
day evening. ' " ' ' '
this order In attendance, and after all
business had been transacted C. W.
whn la chairman of the recen-
ttn MMimiiia. aurnriaail tha members
by Inviting them to the banquet halt J
01 me aiasoniv uuuuina, wuviv .
elaborate banquet waa In waiting. The
tables were prettily decorated for thla
affair, and waa a moat delightful aur-
nrn tha avanlncr Tr.- W. K. Carll
paat exalted ruler, made an address
and waa followed by E. C. Bauer, paai
exalted ruler; Hon. J.. B. Hedges,
James Carer. Hon. W. A. Dlmlck, B.
T M-I1,ln . - -
Vina nr tha featuCea of the evening
1 was ne pi c: ... -v.
eik charm to t; w. isvane ana ma prw
Mnt.,lnn .fuurh waa mid h V Jamea
Carey, and waa responded to by Mr.
-u-tfevans. Alier aiusing nm
rjood Fellow," "Auld Lang Syne" and
. t 1 ...... . . Till.
oiner popular ana m ui
their homea. , ,
1 MARRIAGE LICENSES.
Marriage licenses Issued Saturday
; ' OKr
I W3l V W VIIU nuiuirji auu v-tnw sj-
hack: Charlotte B. Schwarts and Wll-
1 ... . ... -
'M, Klrchem; Harry Eh'hurn
EVA F. WASH READS INSTRUC
TIVE PAPER BEFORE .PAR
ENTS AND PUPILS FRIDAY.
CHILDREN ARE ENTITLED TO PRAISE
Commendr'Jon Rightly Given Is
at rue t Ive and Opens M'nd of
' Child to What la Wanted
The word encouragement means to
nut heart into. .No work can 4a well
. - -
and successfully done unless the do
ers heart-la In that work. The great
achlavementa nt tha world, tha area!
Inventions, the great victories of war
have been possible because men a
hearts were In their work to such an
extent that they were Willing to make
anv aarrlflra nt aelf In order that their
heart's desire might be accomplished. '
In some rare characters there Is no
need for eneoursRement from without.
They can work on with the same dili
gence and enthusiasm wbether tnelf I
fellow men show Interest and approval' j
of what they are doing or whether
they are met wun criticism or auu uis
To most of us, however, there must
come much encouragement from with
out -if we are to put our hearta Into
our work to such a degree that this
work may reach Its highest possible
- Perbapa the beat way to encourage
a discouraged or disheartened man or
woman la to abow him thai tneir wora
haa good points aa all work must
have that it Is worth while to them
and the world and to remind them that
work faithfully completed always
brings Its reward. -
' No other .work demands so many
sacrifices, such complete giving of self
and heart aa does motherhood. May
1 i.ffer to vou mothers a few words of
An-AiirlmniAnl ? Your work la the
moat beautiful and wonnenut r
to the world. It la of tar more Import
ance to the world than the painting ot
beautiful pictures, perieciing greai in
ventions or leading great armies to
victory. It Is the work of moulding
characters. We teachers are ao often
reminded of our opportunltlea to In
fluence the lives of 'our pupils. Yet
our opportunities are as nothing com
pared with youra. During the first six
yeara ot the child's life the years
when hla little mind and heart" are ao
open to lessons of love, bravery and
truthfulness you have him close un
der your loving and watchful care.
r a.. K a atartai tn arhool the time
spent under home Influence Is much
greater than the time spent In school.
There are ninety-eight waking hours
In the aeven day week ot the average
child; of these only thirty are spent
tn school. Therefore no matter how
,...), ma atrlve and long to
build up beautiful characters In the
Uvea of our pupua, you momtn
the advantage over us.
it U most wonderful what a mother's
love and teaching may do for a child.
I beard a wonderful man who held
areat audiences soellbound tell how
hla 'Mammy" back In a log cabin in
Tennessee went barefooted that he
mivht have hooka and schooling: how
she kept the cabin with its dirt floor
and aoanty furnishings as cheery as
possible that he might love his home;
how aha talked to him and told him of
her hopes that he might grow to be
a good man.
You will not need to go barefooted
. hair, vnur children but you are
called upon to make many -sacrifices
of time and seir ror tneir saaea. auu
your reward will come to you Just as
surely as It came to that mountaineer
mother. Heaven Itself can offer no
aweeter reward than the Joy of a par
ent over a eon or daughter grown to a
perfect, well rounded manhood or wo-
After William McKlnley had taken
the oath of office aa President of the
United States he turned to hla wrink
led, gray haired mother and kissing
her tenderly said, "This is all your
doing, mother." '
Abrsham Lincoln aald "All that I
am or hope to be 1 owe to my angel
Your son may never be President
and your daughter probably never will
be but whether the son be a merchant,
carpenter or mill hand and the daugh
ter a teacher, clerk or houaewlfe. if
they can look back and say. "1 owe,
that la in ma to the teechlnga
of my mother." then dear mothera all
your sacrifices ana caree ana jea.a u.
anxious hopes have been amply repaid.
Tha thrklicrhi nf encouragement muat
be constantly In the mind of the pri
mary teacher. Tno nrs. year m k-
work to most Important In forming
right habits of doing work. It tha
child can learn In the Brat grade to
put his heart Into hla work, that a lea-
eon that la etudied nan aearceaiy is
pretty apt to be 'a failure, then ha has
learned one of tho most Important
lessons not only of school 'but of all
But the beginning ot things la often
hard. The prat efforts are often times
crude. So the teacher must always
ba ready to encourage, to And aome
good points In tho halting reading or
the funny acrawllngs the child so fond
ly thinks are beautiful writing.
The parents may help teacher and
child very much If they will encourage
the Httle one by finding something
good to aay about hla efforts to read or
write. One of my tiny tots said one
day, "My mamma sinks I'm dose doing
Una," and then how aha did study her
lea son to prove to me that aha waa
"doing fine!" I wonder if you reallie
how much you can encourage your
children only by taking an intereat In
their school work. - Ask them to bring
home their readers and. read a lesson
fnr.jmu or do so"1 work In arithmetic
yOUR eyes are just as likely to be in
, a bad conditftjh as those of that
friend who wears glasses.
One of these days your eyeballs may get -
painful or you may suffer from headache
back of the eyes or you may not see dis
tant, or even near, objects clearly or the 5
V- type in print may all run together or your
" eyesinay "get constantly, blurred. It may"
then.be too late'. Now is the time to have
your eyes tested. Come and see us today p
all examinations are free whether you -buy
If you wear glasses let us show you why OUT
glasses are better, than. Ihe ..ones.jpu.npyruse.
There is a reason. Come in.-
But meister & Ancfr estn'
Oregon City Jewelers. . Suspension Bridge Cor
VERY FLATTERING REPORT.
R. L. Badger Haa Four Valuable Jer
seys on Beaver Creek Farm.
R. L. Badger, of Beaver Creek., has
a flattering report to mate, tor me
two departments on his farm that he
specializes his cows and bis chickens.
He reports receipts of $205.50 for four
Jersey cows for the past three months.
Receipts of $140.70 from 165 hens for.
the same three-month period.
This means that Mr. and Mrs. Badg
er are giving their bens and cowa good
treatment and excellent care, and that
they are giving considerable attention
to the marketing of the product. All
of which adds emphasis to the oft-re-
Lpeated statement that It pays to do
" UOl. J UU UU UU WCII.
Read the Morning Enterprise. .
$50.00 Given A7ay
This ad la worth $5 In cash to the first six purchasers of Clair'
mont Acreage Tracta No. 3 2M acres; ail in cultivation; close to
achool; macadam road, and on Ciackamaa Southern Electric R. R 9
now building. Price now only $875 per tract: (300 cash, balance $10 o
per month. This price will soon double. Coma today and close the 4
tvt m ctrM r?xr ol t
vy. r. ovnvauc x o& vaj.
Phone: Pacific M-80. Homo A-156. 612 Main 8t., Oregon City.
A Great Western Picture, A Bison, t
. A Picture appropriate to Palm Sunday; 1000 foot of film- an Imp.
4 'The Victim of His Doubles",
f. A grtt Wttttr Hcturt.
Sunday Only Matinee and Night
..' - I-'- '" "k'i'.l.l,.., ,1. . 1
Good consistent cover
Using in The ETcrniss .
proven so with us.
Tho only dally newspaper bo-
twoon Portland and Balem; alrwo
latoo In ovory Motion of Cleeka-
mae County, with a population of
30400. Aro you an advortloorf
Peb Week, 10 Cents
.Bound Over to Court.
Chris, Bonaker, accused some ten
days ago of pointing a gun with ma
licious Intent by Q. W. Allen, was be
fore Justice Samson Saturday morning
to answer to the accusation. - After
hearing the evidence tn the case' Bon
aker waa bound over to court la the
sum ot $100, which was a satisfactory
bond to the State's attorney.
. Boa of Oranges aa Present.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wllllama on 8aU
urday received a box of oranges from
Mr. and Mra. B. M. Doollttle, of River
side, California, and the oranges meas
ured 15 laehes In circumference.
Mr. and Mrs. Doollttle. after visiting
In many sections of California, have ,
decided to make their home at River
side, j ., t .. ...... ' : ; - -
of the Palm"
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