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CONGRESSIONAL SINECURES RUN
triX.0 THE ' THOUSANDS
"v .: : ".- ryrrrtf-i
fin JOBS BY IHt 5CURI M
r(int Democratic Congrsea Hll Cut
5 " Thm All Off Some Have'"-
it Bn Deed for Many
I v. Year!.' ' "-' n i
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WAHIIINOTON. AprJI 10. Mow the
rminm has ben systematically
"milked" tr years , through congrea
ulrmnl sinecures' U shown today In
Ci,nkT"Hiiimi rmmers sperisi repon
on Jobs" In the house, moat of
which lvi been nut off by the new
Palmer's report shows that a girl of
13 rnir. inn daughter of a door-keep-er.-'was
n the payroll fur $1200 an
nuiill. (tiHt 38 policemen, appointed
ilurtKK ! Spanish war to watch fitf
pinners, who were anld to m likely to
mi. mii pi tu dynamite the rapltol, were
.till in Hi" payroll at coat of $39,000
war; i lint two telegraph operators,
I iHHii'BPhrwIiii were long since
itttiiilKscd, were at III drawing their
mint-leu .-, '
It further shows that fnofto could be
saved by rutting off the "iflono a year
for n clerk's document room, which
had niif been In exlatenr-e for 6 yara,
ml Mmt mii eijual aum could be aaved
bv i.iilli.hln expense for an "em
plove ciMiltal library" which In fuel
who removed from the capital years
DIAZ WOULD FLte.
WASIIINtiTON. April 10. Thai
pr-.Uul Dlax la planning fo flee from
Mt iii in tht near future la Indicated
h. iv to.tuy In-renorta Teelved at the
Only two regiment , the department
It lnfiTtHU. remain In Mexico City.
I'ra i' .illy all the Mtrengtb of the
Miiiiiin urmy la being located be
!. n Mexico- City and the caat. tbua
aHordiiiK a protected avenue of eacape
ti,'uM i he prcMilcnt UqClde ,tO i)an
gun ni cupnai.
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LINER TAKES TO WATER
Vry Lltle Damage Done te Veaaal
By Oolng Aahore. .
STV YUKK. April 10. With only a
tat'ered ruddr poat to a how for SO
fcjt.ra Nnt on a aandliar. oft Fire
fciund, the liner Prln"a Iretie came
loto her dock today under convoy of
tn .iriny of tuna and light era, Dlvera
n i rtd tbtt the veeael a hull waa not
eri iiialy dAinaged. The Irene will be
umi' to Newport Newa for repalra. ,..
Tt. veaMcl, with 2S"0 person
!) iurd. went aahore Thnrartay morn
Ins. The paaaengera and part of the
Mrm were tranaferred. After a doaen
ti. nipn the liner waa pulled off the
lir last night. - '
TWO NEWS ITEMS.
WASHINGTON. April 10. l'resl
dVm Tuft today nominated R. R. Ware
to r. pontntater at 3h. 0Y t f.
I, Hjrne Introduced n b'U fortwo flab
fuluiro atatloit bnltle ColumblA River
to com $50.i00. The bill provldee that
Or. Kon and WMhlngton cooperate by
pvrmlttlng the operation of the fed
eral Muttona, far 'the Blate lawe
re concerned, j' V . ; . r- .
CARRIE NATION DEAD.
LEA VKNWORT1L Kan., April 10.
Mm. Carrie Nation, famed throughout
'h.- mitcd Btatea aa a foe ofte Houor
trfiic, died at a sanitarium here te
dy. ller condition had been critical
evernl tlinea recently, owing to gen
eral breakdown, bnt her remarkable
vitality canned her to rally until today.
iia . mi .vat . am m .lAiii .
AnKrtnrCEN.-Waab..- April -The
Gray Harbor country.. wrapped to
dtv in a mantle of snow, wblcb began
fallitifc early thla morning. What dam
a hna been done to erope, If any,
l not y. known. -The anow fall U
Imom unprecedented s thla eeaaon of
year. - -'.
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TUNE '(, -
To mat the tfemandf of our faat Ire
ritlng bualneae, the llnee we offer
'or thit i,iton ara the largeat the
nd comprtae the keat valuee
"onared In thla oirunlty,
ylta'dlatlnctly different '"'T
ia.S0 to iaa.no "J f
-r orli in anfitfioD
BXCLUSIVt 6L6TM1rI iv'
Met Like Othere
ttk mmd U.I. ' 'I
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JUNE ROSE FESTIVAL
BIGGEST EVER HELD
THE COMING ROSE SHOW PROMI
SES TO 8E JTHE GRANDEST
SPECTACLE VET OFFERED.
roRTl.Nn. Or. April in A bril
liant historical atreet pageantry de
veloping the growth and progrewN of
Northwestern civilization 'since the
empire waa drat , discovered, la the
unlii and' novel feature which the
thousnnils of school children of the
city will add to the program of the
Portland Rose Festival to be hel.l Here
the week of June 5-10.- Thla public
atreet procession will supplement
another strikingly elaborate apeetacle
also of hlatorteal purixnt which will
lake place on the new Multnomah
Club Meld. . .
Thi'se two events wnl be novelties
which will be a part of the contlnuoua
urogram for-the six daye In which
there will be parades, decorative for
the daytime and Illuminated for the
night. All told el auch atreot pa
geanta wilt be given In what la by all
meana aolldest and heaviest week of
pastime, amusement,, entertainment
and education ever held In the Pacific
Northweat If not In the West.
No like celebration has been favorea
by the railroads with .such- generous
in tea and combination of eelllng -datee.
Thla applies both to through trans
continental farea ' and ratea , from
points In the Northwest. , ,
The Rose I'estlval visitor win oavo
the onnortunlty to any number of side
trips, and In fact many Inquiries bave
iMien received at Festival headnuartera
from all parte of the country TndTcaTJt
Ing that a goodly numner or r.anern-
i-a axpert to eee an :ney rwo i
tnatchlera' wenlo beaitflea bf ihla ter
ritory wett a'Jt look for desirable
Investments. .- J .'!
Even New Engjandera and people
from the South are? making auch Jn-
qnlrle... ; V L
Of rlKcmi iraponnnrw wm oo
FesUral ratea this year beraua with
g OMartrtrn Wtdlt, the Eaaterners
will. he able to apeiuj mat. nm
h. r'mii stein the .Rose, reatlvat
In Portland in June andrthe Aatoria
Centennial celebration tn August ;
r hetore hnve.the conlmunltlea
of Oregoii had auch an "opportunity for
getting the Eastern ttwwis, uumiw
men and jnveaiora uuoresieu iu "
.m.rnriui. tor two auch attractions
aa the Rose Feet Wal an the Aetorla
celehrailort are hound. t,o Induce IhoipJ-
sods ntranger to flotne nere nw
would not .otherwise do so.' v
JOE 6HEAHAN ', WON tCONO
PLACE IN 50 YARD ANO 220 . C
:v YARD DASH.;
The repreeentatlvea of the Oregon
cay HUrt school 'to 'totow
kt CpWmDI; rmtirslty ' 1W Portland
j.'l . a J . r.lrt rood showing,
and cottsldeflrrg the fact ttst'.tUW va
nP rtwh you
stera J, waa r XewWy (w
:urrr second Nace in mo
siAiin niacu iu iuq uv j
dart and again In the 220 daeh Con-hroad-gauge
nture of the
I1UOI ! W rfvtlflalro
the noya cn ,K"
.hmelves on this snow.n., -
ofJWai the ays
twnva were kblO td do.
0,m".r.iT,hooi will send a team
the InteMohoUatl meet at Eunene,
dr?thi atisplces 6t f: of O. A team
will alao be sent to Corvallli i to enter
the O A. C. meet on May 19 and 10.
and grammar achools In the county
ara UTited tP tnd contestants. jhlch
will botelaVl (HftdstoM o P
?n l.wlll bel inUltdur- meel,Un ef
fort, are being put forth to make U
g mostueeeaful affair.
"Those who" participated In the Co-
LET : 'EM FIGHT IT OUT.
lumltla t'nlverelty meet lav week
were Joe Hheahan, Kent Wilson, Em
em (.'rosa. Hoy Graves, .John Dombach
and UhIo Kellogg. These may be the
boys Bent to these other meet a but it
tnrty be poanlble an effort will be made
to atrengtben the team, If It can be
done. . ' i
WOMAN'S CLUB PROGRAM.
Mrs. Eva Emery Dye Will Mak the
Address Thursday Afternoon.
Ther will be a special program
given at the meeting of the Woman a
Club on Thursday afternoon of thla
week. The club will meet at t o'clock,
In the Commercial Club parlors, atod
after the business session Mrs. Rva
Emery Dye will have charge of the
program. ' '
Mrs. nye will give a talk on "The
School as a Social Center." The meet
ing will be an open one and any one
Interested In schools and achool mat
ters Is Invited to attend whether a
member of the ebnb or not. As this
Is s atibject that ought to be ner.r the
earU o( .purenta jl. Urge .tUnUauce
of mothers Is looked for. ,
TORNADO TAKES FRONT
TO SMALL BUILDING
FRAME FRONT TO CHARLIE LEE'S
V LAUNDRY BEARS MARTIN
BOROWICK TO THE GROUND.
t A miniature tornado swept over the
city at 12:15 Sunday and aa the wind
whistled up through Main street on
Its way up the Willamette River It
blew ou-ihe-frout-f a-frame- build
ing at 312 Main street, the whole
front of the bedding falling across
the sidewalk with a loud crash. .In
Its fall the front bore to the ground
Martin llorowlrk, a Greek, who waa
Bussing at the time.
The building was a atory and a half
frame, occupied by Charlie Lee as a
Uundrv, and waa very old and dilapi
dated. Horowlck waa within a few
feet of the north end of the building
whon the front fell and waa caught
before ho was aware of the danger.
He cried for help when struck and a
crowd aoon gathered and lifted the
corner of the frame and released him
Horowlck was Assisted to his home
la the rear of 416 Main and Dr. Stuart
rolled to hla aid. The Doctor founJ
no bones broken but the man was
bndly bruised and his back waa con-
a derab v nceratea. it was several
minutes before he regained conscious
mhs after he was taken home.
Three yeara ago Council passed a
resolution ordering certain "shacks"
that were a menace to health and' a
constant source of danger from fire
removed and thla la aatd to be one
of them but no action was taken in
POVERTY MOTHER OF VICE.
jThe vice commission, of Chicago re
oorta that poverty Is the principal
cause of vice. It tella of other causes,
nd proposes palliative remedies, some
of them excellent. It. tella of no re
medy for poverty. The cure for the
bitter and principal disease afflicting
civilization la to brueh aside in some
way the men who have grabbed the
Heys to the storehouse of Ood and will
let none enter without tribute of their
toll. Since no man maae me iana any
more than the aea, none should have
aught but use of It to the extent of
his needs. The taxation at iana vbi
uee la a simple and practical remedy
to break up land monopoly and that
itestrova In turn the poison ot invoi
uptary poverty and cures the ulcer
call vice. Alter tms can come om
et aoclal changes to do away with the
lis of modern civilization.
United Artisans Planning for a Plsas
J ant Event Thursday Evening,
ft There will be a masquerade ball giv
en In W. O. W. hall Thursday evening,
Under the auspices of the United Art!
na. Arrangements have been per
fected for an enjoyable evening and
those who enjoy those functions can
not do better than to be present on
iJaII friends of the order are Invited
SO that It la not necessary that you
be a member before you can attend.
The reputation for enjoyable events
i. .. - w ihia Imtir assures vou of a
tnr .inw w
' OF SiliiDAY SCHOOLS
DELEGATES , APPOINTED TO CO
JO EUGENE FOR MEETING
1 " THIS WEEK.
Considerable Interettt Is manifested
in the Stat Sunday School conven
tion to be held tn Kugene, beginning
Wednesday and continuing throughH
Thursday and Friday. . This conven
tion 'promises great, things to those
who attend. : There are alxty speakers
on the program among them being
several workers ;from the East, who
have world-wide reputations ss speak
ers and workers. It la an inter-de-
nominal lon&l. convention, and there
will be eight sessions In an.
"gmvtaythy several rhnrehes in the
cltr that are Interested in the coaven-1
Illin, Uliu 111 lis wui K, npiHjimru urie-
gates to represent the churches and
the denominations, aa follows:
Baptist Mrs. L. M. Olmstead. Mr.
Frej OlmBtead and Mrs. F. M. Thomp
son. Congregational Mrs. C: H. Caufleld
and Mrs. W. A. White.
. Methodist Mra. J. L. Swafford and
Mfks Mlnnnle Case.''
Presbyterlan-Mrs. E. D. Andrews
snd Ralph Eddy, go as delegates; Mrs.
W. C. Green, who la auperlntendent of
the Presbyterian Sunday achool, will
go In her right as a superintendent.
ASKS FOR DIVORCE.
Mrs. Greener Mskcs Pisa That She
lun STalMtful. no
t Alloelta-ocner. knuifDeti asuiv
Qtattef afalnHt le lisNband., Joseph
A.'TSrDener, to -whom he wa married
at Vancouver, Waah March 10. 1907.
Or-ruHr 1. 1M7.4U) Seattle, Washv
toenr' deserted "hlj f ife-' Mrs. tiro
nr fciaiftia that she htti beenTi dsjlfsl,
losing and affeolfbirafeVlfe. irt her
hwabajid UU, aoi aoreuale U Xaou.r.
Mrs. Oroener asks to resume ber
maiden nsme, Alice Englert. Her at
torney Is W. N. SheneneVd.
nenem. t -.
LOCAL OFFER BEnER
',rt!-'-''t!rn.! -"M wit. .i',V
OREGON COMMISSION CO. GETS B
KUPPEN BENDER'S POTATOES
The Af jrepeaied stpiy ,4iai V farm
1 1 1 -4 ii -
produce brings more In' rtland than
at Oregon, City jvaa. exiUoded , again
of th Oregon Cflly;, rndt ft Prodeoe
Unletttwant to the 1 metropolis with
thejulcnjllpn otjeffectlngjhe ale of
150"sack of fine potatoes. - Mr. Kup
Denbender was disappointed at the
price offered In Portland and he re-.
turned to Oregon uiy ssa inn
depot of the Qrwroe.. Commission, C-0.
where he was Offered ' ' larger prk
than he could obtain at .Portland. '
The local commission- soncuo se;
cured the potatoea,wltr'outuPStlm.
it has often been, reported that toD
prlcea are. not paid-berg for all kinds,
of products- Of iroiy pui imi mw
tratlonls bnly on W "many that the:
managers of the Oregon Commission
Co. have to gye. o jih laterf sedj
..iali MirM -
Mrs. Kate Wiener -McClukki
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Wlsner have Is
sued Invitations to a reception this
evening to many of their friends U
meet the former'a sUter, Mrs. Kate
Wlsner McCluskey, a lyrle reader, who
Is in this city on a visit to her brother.
Mrs. McCluskey will leave In a few
days for Mills College, where she will
give a program.
The affair given In her honor thli
evening will be In the Elks' hall.
Msrrled By Squire Samson.
F. C. Aldrlch and Lena Oik, jotn
from Wilsonvllle, were married Mon
day at 2 p. m. by Justice Samson. The
ceremony was witnessed by a few
friends of the contracting parties and
nrnrm,il In thA offlCH Of the
bftrclatinr jnstlce,-w this- eur.
DEATH VISITS HIM
GUIDO ROSCOe CLARK RISES TO
'; PLACE OF HIGH HONOR !
IN LIFE. i
TO BE STRICKEN BY CRM REAPER
Born In This City, Graduated With
-High Honors, He Makes a Name .
for Himself Early In
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' Guldo Roscoe Clark, eldest aonAof
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore W. Clark, of
this city; died at the family home on
Sixth and Monroe streets on Sunday
morning at 1 o'clock, after a lingering
illness. Mr. Clark's death Is keenly
felt by his many friends In this city at
well as his bereaved . parents and
brother. . He waa a young; man with
a bright future before him. ,
Mr. Clark was bom In this city on
December 12, 1881, and was 30 years
of age at the time of bis demise. Tn
the year of 1897 he graduated from
the Oregon Clry High achool with high
honors, and afterwards took up a
course In mining engineering at Paci
fic University, Forest Grove. He alno
graduated from that lnstltniton, and
to further his atvdlea in this' course
be went to Boston, where he entered
the Boston School of Technology, grad
uating from that institution also wltn
honors. Prom there he went to Mexi
co, where be accepted the position as
assistant superintendent of the Gug
genheim Smeltetipg Works at Monte
rey.' After remaining there for several
yeara his tealth failed him, and he
went to san Antonio, Texas,, thinking
the change of climate would, be bene
ficial to hltm ' and later to Tucson,
'Arizona, tut not regaining his health
he decided tu come to bis home In
Oregon, thinking the Oregon climate
would be of benefit, but without avail.
. Mr. Clark was a young man of high
ambitions, and his -untimely death is
much regretted"by his large circle pf
friends. Although be was of ar quiet
and reserved disposition he made
friends wherever he went He la sur
vived by hla parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Theodore W. Clark and a brother. Roy
Clark, of this city. He Is the grandson
of the late Mr. snd Mrs. 8. W. MosSj
promrnenr pioneers oi uregon.
The (uartl eervieee-wui bereonaucv
ed from the family home on Tuesday
afternoon at 2 o'clock, and the Inter
mentwill be in the family plat In
Mountain View cemetery. Rev. Will
lam Proctor, pastor of the Congrega
tional church, will officiate. t"
DR. WM. PARSONS OF PORTLAND,
ADVERTISED AS SPEAKER
One event that will take a promi
nent place In the happenings of tod.-vf
Is the Brotherhood meeting in the par
lors of the Presbyterian church thla
evening. Preparations have been made
for a most enjoyable occasion, and the
program and the banquet promt
much to those who attend.
The speaker of the evening will be
Dr. Wm. Parsons, of Portland, who
will deliver his great lecture on the
"Making: of the Constitution." The
Doctor comes to Oregon City bearing
a great reputation as a speaker, and
those who claim to know say that the
man who misses this address is miss-
Ins a eood thing.
A male quartet has been practicing
for this occasion and it Is said ther?
will be musical program worth wnue.
Will Organize Lodge at Gladstone. '.
The Rebekahs held a special meet
Ins last evenlne at the I. O. O. F. hall
for the purpose of Issuing withdrawal
cards and to receive applications for
re-instatements. Five members of the
order took out their cards to become
members of Rebekshs of Gladstone,
the order to be Instituted In the near
future at that place. ;
HE WILL 8UPPLY CONGREGATION;
AL PULPIT UNTIL 8UCCES- V
80R IS CHOSEN. p.-
The resignation of Rev. W. M. Pro
tor. pastor of the Congregational
church, tendered a few days ago, has
been accepted by the church. An ar
rangement has been made with the
church whereby Mr. Proctor agrees to
supply the pulpit until such time aa
the church may secure a pastor. v
Mr.. Proctor wjll move to Forest
Orove Msy 1, where he has accepted
the Biblical Literature chair In Pacific
University, and where he will take u
his duties aa Instructor. Mr. and Mr.
Proctor are looking forward with
pleasure to the college life which Is
nromlsed them In Forest Grove, the)
work in the Institution offering lit.
Proctor a more congenial life than is
afforded by a pastorate in a email cttyv
Noah Btingley, a well known prop
erty owner and farmer of Eagle Creek,
was anions- the Oregon City buBtncse
-TtlsttOTion Friday.-- '- -
Good consistent adver
tising in The Morning
Enterprise pays. It has
proven so with lis. J
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FINED $50 AND COSTS.
Justice Samson Decldee Edwin Rich
ards Is Guilty as Charged.
Justice Samson handea down hla de
cision In the case of EdVln 'Richards,
charged with having freshly-caught
salmon In. his ' possession, in Justice
court Monday at 10 o'clock. The ease
was tried to Samson laat week and he
withheld decision to Monday.
-. Samson decided that Richards was
guilty and fined, him the minimum al
lowed by the statute $50 and costs.
George C. Brownell. attorney for Rich
ards, gave notice of appeal. . It is said i
the case will be taken to the (Jircuit
Court for further adjudication
Are Married In Oregon City.
Miss Elsie Dalley and Harry Shad
burn, the latter of Chehalls, Wssh.,
came to tbta city Saturday In a taxicab
and secured a marriage license and
were married by Rev. 8. A. Hayworth,
pastor of the First Baptist church.
They returned to Portland Immediate
ly nfter the marriage ceremony, i
MISS-VEDA WILLIAMS HOSTESS
AT SISTER'S HOME ON 6EV
' ENTH STREET.1 ' '
Tha r.vnsles were entertained on
Saturday evening by Miss Veda Will
iams at the home of ber sister,, Mrs.
C. G. Miller on Seventh street The
evening was devoted to instrumental
and vocal music and guessing contests,
the winners of rte contests being Mrs.
Louis Levinger. of Baker, and Mrs. M.
D. Latourette. , . Refreshments were
served during the evening. One of the
features of the evening was a linen
thavtr riven In honor of Miss Edith
Cheney, of Portland, tut formerly of
this city, whose marriage will take
place in this city on Wednesday, April
2f, . at 8 o'clock to Mr. Thomas Keith,
of Portland. ' Many useful as well as
pretty srtlcles of linen were" bestowed
upon the Urlae-eieci
Present were Misses Helen and Bess
Daulton. Miss Edith Cheney, Miss
Almee Uollack. Miss Cls Pratt. Miss
Marjory Csufield, Miss Zlda Goldsmith,
Miaa EU)el CauDeia, Mrs. tu v. u
imiratic. Mrs. Louis Levinger. of Bak
er. Mrs. L. E. Jones, Mrs. Neva Grls-
wokl Watklna, of Portland. Mrs. v alt
er WeUa, Mrs. C. O. Miller.
A SURPRISE TENDERED
LITTLE HAZEL MILLER
SENT ON ' ERRAND BY FRIENDS
AND FINDS HOUSE FULL ON
Hazel Miller was tendered a sur
prise party on Saturday afternoon
from 2 to 6 o'clock at the home of her
grandparents, Mr. sad Mrs. T. J. Cham
berlain of Gladstone. Tbeparty
proved to be a most delightful affair.
The young lady. In whose honor the
affalr-tas given, waa aent on an- er
rand so that arrangements could be
made, and upon her return ebe found
the rooms filled with her- many little:
friends, and' the rooms prettily Tiecv
nrt for the occasion. Oregon grape.
,ferna and wild flowers were used, and
the table waa decorated with bright
colored hyacinths. The- afternoon was
devoted to vocal and instrumental mu
sic. Each little guest received a favoT.
Present were Elda Baxter, Delia
Blount, Gladys Blount, Alice Freytag,
Fayne Burdon, Marjorle Curtis, eveiyn
Williams, Mildred Sladen, Lilly Carl
acm, Haxel Miller, Clarence Stedmao.
Harold Rockwell, Clyde Morrell, Char
He ' Carothers, Clyde Miller. ' Harry
Sladen. ;.. .'. i . Ii J
Read the Morning Enterprise.
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o . mont Acreage Tracts No. a i acres; t alt. tn cultivation;, elosej to. , 6
" school macadam road, and on Clackamas southern ' Electric ft R f
now building, price now only S87S per fraetj MOO cash, balance1 $10 -' )
0 per month. .This price will soon double. . Come today end close the 0
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,!l ...t .-t fr .' -' ; , .;vv" " . MA 'A LA i . i j: .'i. iViv-l
7. F. SCHOOLEY Ci CO.
Phone: Paclflo M-80. Home A-1B6.
JACOB A. IS HERE :
HIS ADDRESS WILL? BE ON "THE
mAViNG OF AN AMERI- .
' '" CAN."
Wednesday evening. April 12, Is the
date announced for the appearance in
this city of Jacob A. Rile, the great
New York sociologist, reformer, phi
lanthropist and friend of Colonel Theo
dore Roosevelt.. The address adver
tised for the occasion Is "The Making
of an American." Thla is one of Mr.
Rlls' famous lectures and should be
heard by all. .
This lecture will be illustrated with
stereoptlcon slides of scenes In the old
Danish town where Mr. Rils was born,
and -scenes of the fight for social; po
litical and economic Justice I the
great Metropolis America. .
: It is Mr. Rlls' fight in this wonderful
struggle and his subsequent service to
city and Nation that has made him
known throughout the world. Every
one is especially Invited to hear him.
He is one of America s great men, ana
must be beard to be understood and
appreciated. Everyone who believes
in, Mr. Rlls and Ms worn is invnew u
attend thla lecture Wednesday evening
to do honor to him in our own home
city. - -' ' " ' J
He will lecture W Shlveiy opera
House. '-i... t
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SUIT FOR DAMAGES
r ASKING FOR $15,000
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JOSEPH ' CONNELf' SAYS
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CAR KNOCKED HIM OFF. . . , ,
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Suit for $15,000 damages was Hied
mt Monday bv Joseph - Conseli-
agalnst the ' Puget Sound Bridge
Dredging Co., for injuries said to have
been sustained while he was working
for the company at River Mill on the
Clackamas River, where the concern
Is constructing-a dam for the Portland
Railway Light ft .Power Co. ......
The company has built a tramway
from a concrete mixing machine to a
derrick. Oonnell says this- tramway
was dangerous, though he waa sot la
formed of it He further Bays the car
on the tramway was defective, was not
equipped with brakes and there was
no war of stopping Its speed. Cou
ncil was directed to walk along a
plank on the side of the tramway and
to hold back, on the car to keep it
from running down the grade. He
was unable to- do so, and the ar
struck, him, throwing him from ; the
track. His left leg and ankle were
badly Injured, hla back and spine
were wrenched, and he received per
manent Injury to his stomach and
bowels. Jesjde8 JBttUUlUH- KUBfe
Unanimous for Clsalna-w U'
-JLtth morning serflc in lb M- Et
chufch -snnday there weretanlw- dlay
trlbuted asking for an expression tor
Or against the Sunday closing of the
noat office.. The cards were Quit gen
erally signed favoring the closipg or
the office. After the morning sermon.
and. a Jew words as to closing, a rising
vote was taaen as 10 inose in xavor ot
ita being closed and the rote; was
unanimous, '' ' j . : !
.1 MARRIAGE LICENSES.'
TneWlowing were- granted 'mar1
rlage licensee Monday by County Clerk
Mulvey; Dttn wentwortb ana ueorge
R. MerrineW: Hargaret'U Dolaa And
A. Blacom Cafder; Lena Oik and,rr
C. Aldrich. y r v ; ;
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', . Curles Spence, of Cams, eoe of Cae
prOmfnent farmers of the comity, and
master of the. State Orange, was la the
city on business Friday. . .' ,. i
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612 Main St, Oregon City.