Morning enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1911-1933, April 12, 1911, Image 1

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    t..t.!r!ptlono for th. Morning
IN (3
Tho only dairy newepaper
twoon Portland and Salem; elrett
tatoa iln .every eeotlo of Clash-
maa County, with population of
80,000. Aro you an advortlaorf
L..i. will b recaiveo rer w
'T uriltod tlmo at a Poll
ordor today
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VOI, 1-No, 81
OREGON CITY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 39li.
Per Week, 10 Cents
ENTFEIMttSE
OiOCRAT CAUCUS
( ON RECIPROCITY
i
UM' FBI U-T, Witt ALSO
Ljciivt NEAR-FUTURE CON
I SIDERATION.
IDI AND COHOM SCHEDULES TOO
L ojAriiofthjrthlnga thr Dome-
,rtt will Try and Tampor
. yylth Statehood Meae
uroa Too.
WASHINGTON. April ll (Special)
in DriiHKTBtlc caucus bold to
1 " . . . . .V-. UI n-V.lt Willi
Kuda and a farmere- rreo not art
L tvo lirma that will ba taken up
L Thi-n iho woolen aad cotton
rbrdulfi r" lo receive conoldem-
n caucus mad no change and
rd no amendmente to the bill aa
Cearntrd by t'halrman Underwood.
U ther no oppoaltlon to Ca
Ui.n r.. ii.r(K-liy. It a aald tha free
Tit will embrace tba tblnga that tho
irmrrn ue-d At tba preaont time,
Ciorr the .! Cannon tariff, tho Inv
jort duly makes It prohibit! la many
L.,... i.ui these will bo cut ao
C.t it alii be possible to Import thorn
f n. rndorwod reciprocity bill wae
m4ord without change. Tha eaucua
tked in President t conllnuo bla
itotx M M-curo further reciprocal
rid relations whTO It la mada poo-
fm.ra-are throo other ' measure
Vr in tho iw-mnrratl heart likely to
Loo be rearhiMl tho election or Hon
Cnn h th ikh)iIo. publicity of cam
before tho vote la
Wo nJ smtehood for Artxona and
CAooihtr rmieua la promlaod to de
it the revision of the wool and cot-
i schedules.
WISCONSIN HIT LORIMER.
MADISON. Wla., .April H. Tho
I in Benam today concurred In the
MOdemnatlon of I'nlted Blateo Bona
r luar 8t-henaon for voting to bud
yen William Irlmer In tho eonteat
or kit at Juat before tho cloao of
lh loot session Of Congroea. TbO
reaolvtloo f condemnation waa adopt-
V4 ty the lower houao -cf tno legiaia-
t wnth ago. it camo up m
t today and waa aaopten wun
ifr two dleaentlng votes. Tha reeo-
Woswrnmends Senator La rolleue
la atand agalnat Lorimer.
WOULD FIND SOUTH POLE.
NEW YORK. April 11. Captain
YtZrt rartlett maater of the Peary
Cwiii. .hin Roosevelt, waa a New
p-- r . . - .. i-i
hoiidlander and accompanied Aumir.i
mrj on bla Journey to tno won"
ol With tho exception of Peary.
U ajuhtcr of tho Rooaevelt baa been
Harer to tho "top of the world" than
in )iti man.
- - -..i..
CaptalD Bartiett toog oui ciuaw
ihtp papora aome tlma ago and tnakoo
ll homo In nrookiyn wo ,B
llty. Iln la organiaing nn -i-3u.i
lo try for the South Polo.
SAME OLD NATIONAL QUESTION.
WORK PROGRESSES
ON NEW RAILWAY
LIBERAL SUBSCRIPTIONS
STOCK ARE BEINQ MADE
DAILY.
DSRECTOKS KORE EKCOURAGED DALY
Money Being Well Spent In Making
tha Roadbed and Caro Being
Taken That no Waste
Occur.
LIVE WIRES MEET
CHOOSE
OfflCRS
E. HEDGES IS ELECTED MAIN
TRUNK POR THE NEXT SIX
MONTHS.
A VERY ENTKUSIASTIC - GATUG
Monday, May 15. Chosen as Oregon
City Poet-Card Boost Day. at
Suggestion of Major C.
8. Noble. '
, PLEASANT REUNION.
Class Prom Barclay " School Enjoys
Day With Mrs. Cellar.
" A" very pleaaant"feuiiTon of oneof
the graduating classes of the Barclay
i-Htah nchool waa held at the home of
! Mra. Charlea W. Oelhv. of Portland, on
the afternoon of April 6. Tho time
waa mostly taken up with talking over
the dayg when all were In attendance
at the Barclay school, t The most
amualng feature and tbat which waa
of most Interest waa the fact tnat an
have changed their names, Tne
gueits of Mra. Gnller wore aa follows:
Mra. James o. Hoiixer. nee lib
flolmstrom, Mra. James H. Abrey. nee
Emma Allison; Mrs. Wilson, nee Bes
sie Wood: Mra. Cumpaton. nee Jean
ette Reed; Mra. Fred J. Melndl. nee
Lorena Laxello; Mra. Olover, nee Kva
Mochnke. and Mra. Oeller, ne Mabry
McCowan.
TOM L. JOHNSON DEAD.
J. E. Hedges will guide the destinies
of the Live Wires for tho next three
months, succeeding W. A. Huntley,
who has been Main Trunk of tba or
ganisation since Ha formation aix
tnontha ago. Roawell L. Itolman suc
ceed Dr. L, A. Morris aa Sub-Trunk,
M. J. Laxelle la tho now Tranamlasion
Wire, and Theodora Osmund la Guy
Wire. -
These officers were elected last
night at the quarterly meeting of the
Live Wlrea In the parlors or the com
mercial Club. The attendance was
not large, proving, conclusively that
ri.Brvvi.4Mn. Anrll 11. All Uiev
W I today mourning tha death of
fom U Johnson, which oocurroa ibbi
.v. . ... i n- M.mnrl-1 la nlanned.
H Mayor llorman Baehr announcea mo wir- wu.a .n
k. would apiH.lnt a commlttea today to day. during the feeding hour But
krrtnee for It Tba body will lie In what the meeting lacked In numbera
Kits, probab y on Wodneaaay. it more man m-ue uv
I r I m ik. aiArta aiianlrtiiia
innwiHiiuHuwi
KINQ JAMES BIBH. ly wltn a luncneoa ne . -u-j
lln the Masonic Hall by tha grace of
SALEM. Or., April 11. (Special.) peed Wlra Tom P. Randall.
L.ii - i,lki. in nhurtiriM of inr c. ft. Noble, the Live Wlrea will
jo 100th anniversary of tha prepara. father a movement to observe Monday.
lioo of the King James version, wnicn May is. aa uregun , -
k.M im . i. Hnost Dar." It la propoaed that all
bualnesa men. public-spirited cituena
I4i44444444 a'a I nr visitors having an Intereat In tha
i WEATHER PORICAST. town and State, ahould send to those
they deal with, their acquaintanoea.
f Oron Cltr and Portland relatlvos.' frlenda and other . persons
Continued cold ralna; poaalbla throughout tha United Btatea and ku
k .. .....i.. . a rmatai cards, namohleta and
r 11 ill I i mui - - - - - i
nr.n- rv,ni in..l nA ralna nawananera containing views u
clea apeclaiiy aeaenpuve i wi
City and Immediate vicinity.
The Live irea duiiovo i
interested In the development
rnwth of thla proaporoua city,
imtv and State, ahould make a ape-
.,..1 -. m canae Its manifold ad
vantage to be known to the outalda
world. i .
i Barntarv of the PUD-
llclty department of 1c,om,ne"'t,
i..k n. i.i ntorht aoDolntod a com-
riirAot campaign of educa
tlon along tha llnea iuggested In Major
Noble' resolution.
ELKS' INSTALLATION.
' m J M Ik. w
. -
v. MiAwina: are tba officers who
were Installed at tha meeting of tha
S?dlr of Elk. bald t tha Elk.' lodge
no - moar 77 "V
REPORT IS UNTRUTHFUL.
v. J. R. Landsnorougn saya He uia
Not 8poak of Booster Day at AO
Some one who either did not hear
correctly, -or permitted himself to be
mooned upon by aome one who lis
tened carelessly, waa telling the story
about town Tuesday that Rev. J. R,
Landsborough, of the Presbyterian
church, made the statement Sunday
n an Illusion to Booster Day that It
should be denominated ''Booxe Day."
When hla attention was called to
he matter later In the day Rev. Mr.
Ijindaborough aald there waa no truth
n the atatement at all; that at no
Ime on Sunday did he allude to Boost
er Day In any way, and that he had no
thought of ao characterizing It.
cold
M MOW.
iHOWVATaa.M?
A SERMONI
KASTERTIDIU
ttari,Viri VttrTarrr? :ZTlint-. eateemed lead
,n .,yU. for i HIM to ohooaa I rMfcnbt7r.W. Humphry; Vateemed
ST th b--," " .eoturlng 2:
-r. "C Swei; tfljr. Henry I';
- - mr moaoiB mrw going
'J? ytsm elothoa plaaaa a
' ' wwwf Binu rtlBJ lvvnvi
Wirtory-lu so to SM.0O.
Mcz Brothers
INCLUSIVE CLOTHIERS
Not Uko Others
b and Main Sta.
trustee. J. T. iey ,
rarer Inner grand. J.
chaplain. W. l! Mulvyi org.nl.t, Bel
Thia order la making grat prepara
.h. rand ball to be given at
;. h hall on Friday evening
April Jl. when the oe . r -
ViirnlahaVI 1QT liiw "
rangemem. w ... ,
car from Fori.Boa. - w,
many from that city a";
"JUSTS n .7. Wb: . Pared
to maka'thla 6n. of tha aoclal aventa
of the aeaaon.
Road tha Morning Bntarprtao.
TO
Notwithstanding the Inclement
weather, the work la still progressing
on tho grade of the Clackamas South
ern Railway line, although yesterday
onlr a few men were braving the
storm.
The directors are very much en
couraged for the reason that people
who do not even lire In the county
are subscribing to the capital slock
aa an investment. Also, a largo nam
ber of our moat Influential farmers
and business men are subscribing for
stock In the company, believing that
Good consistent adver
tising in The Morning
Enterprise pays. It has
proven so with us.
Prico Bros
A. Am Prico, Klgr.
but ao far ther ' are over 800 who
have aignlfled a willingness to see the
local office) cloaed on that day.
Case Settled Out of Court.
Tho Case of Edwin Richardson vs.
Th? Hawley Pulp at Paper Co., for
damages sustained In an accident at
the mill, baa been settled out of court.
Will Hear Injunction Case Thursday.
The Injunction case against D. K.
Bill, to enjoin him from erecting a
cottace on hla lot In Gladstone at a
les cost than a reservation which It
b aald ahould have been In hla deed,
will be argued. Thursday. Aa Circuit
Court la not In regular aesslon cases
are heard by agreement between the
clients, and the Court baa been asked
to hear thla case Thursday, and has
consented.
GUIDO ROSCOE CLARK
IS LAID TO REST
- s
FUNERAL OF YOUNG MAN MADE
VERY .IMPRESSIVE YOUNG
PRIENBS PRESENT.
The funeral aervlcea over the re
mains of Guldo Roecoe Clark, aldeat
aon of Mr. and Mra. Theodore w
Clark, were held Tuesday afternoon at
5 n-clock from the family roaiaenca on
the corner or wn ana nonroi
streete. Rev. William proctor. paBior
n tha rtonireaatlonal church officiat
ing. Mlaa Ivy Roane Bang imprenw
ly "Beautiful City of Rest." and -waa
accompanied by Mra. W. A. White.
tv iiharra wwre the young tnana
former schoolmatea. fcn were Chaflea
mhimk. Jr.. of Portland; nowa.
Rrownell. of Aatorla; Thomaa m.
Tonirue. Jr of Hlllsboro; Chauncey
B. Ramabv. Mortimer D. Laioureue,
rharlea Hrhram. of thla city. The In
ferment was In the Mountain View
Mtnetarv.
Tha floral trlbutea were In profusion
and were beautiful. Many frlenda of
the family and of the deceased aitena
ed the aervlcea at tho house.
accredited delegates from the various
churches aro aa follows:
Baptlat Mrs. L. M- Olmstead. Mrs
Kred Olmstead and Mrs. P. M. Thomp
son. .
Congregational Mrs. C. H. Caufleld
and Mra. W. A. White.
Methodist Mra. J. U Swsfford and
Miaa Mlnnnle Caae.
- Presbyterian MrB. K. D. Andrews
and Ralph Eddy, go aa delegates; Mra.
W. C. Green, who la auperjntendent of
the Presbyterian Sunday school, will
go In ber right aa a saperintenaeni.
Gladstone Christian church Rev.
A. H. MulkeV and Mlao Bensle Mulkey.
Charae Made of Desertion.
William H. Nelson has filed a suit
for divorce against Jennie Nelson.
throuch bis attorney George C. Brown
ell. Tbey were married In Jaspai
county. Mo., on April 10. 1881. and In
December Mra. Nelson deeerted her
husband.
YEDDItiG BELLS RING
FOR YOM COUPLE
WILLIAM CLYDE HUGHES AND
' MISS CLEO CLAUDA DIU.OW
C MARRIED TUESDAY.
Miss Cleo Clauda Dlllow, eldest
daugater-of Mr. and Mra. J. R. Dillow,
of Bolton, waa united In marriage to
Mr. William Clyde Hughea, of Bolton,
Tuesday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock at
the parsonage of the Taylor Street
Methodist church. Portland. Rev. E
P. Zimmerman, of thla city, officiating.
The ceremony was very quiet, and the
young couple left for Hlllsboro and
Poreat Grove, where they win spena
rhelr honeymoon, and upon tneir re
turn will make their homo at noiton,
where the a: room haa a nicely fur
nished oottaae In waiting for hla bride.
They will be at home to their frlenda
after April i.
The bride waa very attractive In her
nwn of wnlte crepe ao coin
mesaallne. and wore a large- wniie pic
ture bat.
Th hrMA came to thla city about
one year ago from Hoiuater. uauior-
nla, and la a bright young woman.
She graduated from the Holllster High
. .. .. m .AAA k n .1 I...
Ahnni in tiiA vpar ui isini. nu
k..n fnr mmi time bookkeeper and
...ki.r rnr th nreEon City Enterprise.
She haa been active in cnurcn wora,
vin. a member of the Methodist
.K.,nk nri has made many friends
" - . i j- i r..
slnce taking up ner nmucm. .
tnn ritr.
The a room la a wen buuwu
man of thla city, having apent the last
19 years on the Magone homeetead
near Bolton, and Is a nephew of Rep-
iivn m A. Magone. He la the
h late Mr. and Mra. James
u...h.. Tie la the owner of a farm
near Bolton. Mr. Hughea tooka couree
at th. Oregon Agricultural College at
Corvallla. and la a atudloua young man.
in w
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CARS RUilTOO SLOW
CHARGE I0Y MADE
O. W. P. CARS RUN IN CONFORM '
ITY TO ORDINANCE AND PEO
PLE NOT SATISFIED. "
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For several weeks there were con
slant complaints made tbat the care of
the O. W. P. Ry. Co. were running Into
town too faat that they were being
taken down the line at a gait some
thing; like 0 miles an hour, com
plaint waa almoBt constant to Mayor
Brownell until be nnauy ineiruciea
the Chief of Police to put a atop to it. '
Thla was done. Several moconnen
were hauled np In Police court and
fines were assessed tbat made a hole
In the motormen'o wage. Tho natural
sequence la that the motorroen are
now careful not to exceed, the apeed
limit.
There la a second sequence that la
likewise natural r- the public ha be--gun
to kick because the cars win ao
slow from Greenpolnt up, and not a -car
runs through town that aome one
and many times more than one ...
sets up a kick because the cars run
so alow."
The moral aeema plain: It la wise
to do what your own Judgment dle
tatea and then let. the rest of man
kind howl. And at that yoa cant
please everybody but you are apt to
please more than if you listen to what
everyone has to aay la tha matter.
J. E. HEDGES prominent attorney and former State Senator, rho wae laat
. . . ... . . . I I.. uIh. mm Inn., ArnjnlTlliAn flf the
nignt eieciea iwsm ininx i m - - -
Commercial Club.
BROTHERHOOD BAISQUET
in
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DELEQATE8 TO EUGENE.
State Sunday School Convention Wed
nesday. Thursday and Friday.
Tho delegatea to tha State 8unday
school convention at Eugene have
been named by tho oeveral churchea
In the city and certain of them lert
Tueaday while the othera will leave
at an early hour thla morning. The
U..IIM Fat Cattle.
..:ii,b7g: R. P-toUL and.Earcr
Brother went to Portland Monday af
ternoon, where W whajc4'fw?
the Union. Stock yarda 35 fine atoera.
corn fed. and which were recently
ahlpped from Montana. The ca"'
raced about $86.15 each, the amount
pa" for th 35 totalling over 12000
The cattle were brought to thla city
Tueaday afternoon. '
Will Plant SO Aoree of Poara.
W H. Richardson, of Logan, waa in
the city to consult friends on tha
varletlea of pear to plant. He la pre
paring to plant 80 acre i of peara on
his ranch near Logan and haa decided
to plant Bartleta with a few othera for
fertillxera. He will have an orchard
largo enough so that In caae there la
little aale for tba fruit from the orch
ard ho will have enough ao It will pay
htm to open up a amall cannery, wblc'i
ho la planning to do. . '
they are making a .good Investment
The directors of the company ans
all welT known business men, and they
are employing strict business methods
In prosecuting their work, which win
greatly lessen the cost.
The Company has secured a good
ttrst-clasa engineer, and also a thor
oughly competent foreman, and they
re using their best endeavora to get
full value for every dollar expenaea.
The par valae of the stock of the
company Is 8100 per share, but In the
pioneer work, the company la selling
the stock at $50 per share.
The dlrectora feel that a large part
of the work In this great enterprla
can be accomplished by subscriptions
to the capital Block of the company,
and those who subscribe will be mak
ing a good profitable investment.
. The drat twenty mllee of the 8ump
ter Valley Railway In Baker county
waa built and equipped by aubscrlp
tlons to the capital atock, and when
completed, there was not one dollar
nt indebtedness against the corpora-
Ltlon. and we have every reason to be
lieve that the country traverseu ojr u
Clackatnaa Southern Railway la far
auperlor to the territory traversed by
the Sumpter Valley Railway, and the
passenger and freight . traffic In our
home territory la more inviting.
Th dlrectora of the Clackamas
Southern Railway Company have
agreed with the atockholdera that they
will not Incur any Indebtedness wbat
.v.r nniMi ther Is cash In the treas
ury to meet every obligation, and thev
are purauing that course for the pur-
nrntActinar tho stockholders,
and they have also agreed with the
stockholders that every dollar paid I in
for the capital stock wlU be expended
under competent -workmen In the
k..iuin. ni tho road, and not one doi-
Liar of "hla money will be paid to the
officers of the company.
. The dlrectora of thla company-greatly
deslro that eery cltlien of Clacka
maa county ahould assist In thla great
work, and they must help in order to
Imuto thauocesa of thla enterprise
One-fourth ot tho ibomj"''"w
can be paid May 1. "B"
1. one-fourth Juiy l bo vu-v..v-Auguat
1. Thla givea those who wlah
, "L.v. . liberal atook aubacrtptlon
an opportunity to pay for It by
and without too mucn oi
Brownell at Stone were attorney for
plaintiff. Plaintiff having been eatis
fled the caae haa been dismissed.
BY PRKBY1ERIA11S
DR. WILLIAM PARSONS MAKES
VERY INSTRUCTIVE ADDRESS
BOUNTIFUL REPAST.
RESTLESS AND DESTRUCTIVE.
Found Necessary to Send Albert Wat
berg to tho Asylum.
Albert Walberg. of Canby. was
brought to thia city Tuesday afternoon
where he waa examined aa to bla sani
ty by Dr. Hugh S. Mount, and waa tak
en Tuesday evening to Salem, where
he will be confined in the asylum nntll
hi condition improves. He is restlesa
and destructive. -
Walhcia visited In Portland recently
and nnon his return to his home
showed sign of Inaanlty. and on Mon
day evening It waa necessary tor iour
men to take him In charge. Mr. Wal
berg la married" and baa Ave children.
DRILL AT STONE WELL
IS DOWN 1360 FEET
CABLE GIVES WAY AND A NEW
ONE IS 8ECURED
PORTLAND.
IN
g00 SIGN PETITION.
Patrons of tho Local Pootofflee 8m
Satisfied for It to Close.
The' pootofflee employes were cir
culating a petition Monday among tha
k..1i.JL r the city asking for an ex
pression favoring the Sunday cloalng
of tho local postofflce on that day.
There were very few refuaala among
the buBlnesa men when aaked to algn.
The cards distributed through the
churchea Sunday were quite generally
Blgned also. There are aome churches
that have not made report on the
cards distributed In their churches,
STONE, Or., April 11. (Special.)
There haa been little headway made
here within the past 48 hours for the
reason that the cable used In the
drilling gave way and It waa neces
sary to go to Portland for another.
Thla was secured and put In place to
day and the drill has again started
downward.
The drill Is down about 1360 feet.
and la now and baa been for 24 hours
In a hard atone formation that goea
very alow. General condltlona about
the well are about aa reported at tne
last time, but the formation In which
the drill la working now is very hard
fcndlttaltes drilling very slow. At that
every day ahowa some progress, which
keeps up the Interest of those closely
associated with the work.
More than fifty men ast down to
loaded tablea at the Preabytenan
Brotherhood banquet Tuesday even
ing. The music for tho evening waa
furnished by Harlea and Carol Ely
and waa much enjoyed by those pres
ent. The speaker of the evening waa Dr.
William Parsons, of Portland, who
apoke on the "Making of the Consti
tution." Dr. Parsons delivered a maa
terful discourse and brought to the
men present a new and clearer con
ception of the condltlona that brought
about the adoption of the Constitution
in ita nrant form. In speaking of -
the makers he deacribed them in order
of their Importance in terae and glow
ing language that made them more
real than they had ever been before
to most of hla auditors, v
The nnatable conaiuona nui
previous to the adoption of the Conatl
tutlon were vividly preaented and
mH. a mntt Interesting subject. - The
comparisons with present day condl
tlona throw into startling couirui u
times of which he apoke.
To many of those present n w
news tnat mere
State applications filed wun tno ecTw
tary of 8tat to bring about tho calling
by Congress of a constitutional con
rent ion. When this becomes necea
sary our country will be brought to
the greateet crisea of ita career. ' .
The method or conducting prwuon
tlal electlona through the electoral col
lege; tho lack of power by th gov-;
eminent to enforce the foreign treat
ies by the States and tha utter lack
of moral foundation for the constitu
tion wera conalderea ny Dr. raroono
the greatest weaknesses of the prea
ont Instrument' . -
In tho light of tha expianauons of
fered with It Dr. Parson a auggeatlon
that tho new Constitution tnat la anro
to come ahould Includa in tho pre
amble the worda -to promote Justice
andrCbrietlaBmofallty TfJ.'H
with round of fcearty applaua-
Rev. Lmndsborough and Pror. Bow
land offered abort but laudatory crltl
clsma of the address.
$50.00 Given A7Ay
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Thla ad la worth 850 In cash to the first six P"""r c'"
mont Acreage Traoto No. S J", aeroa; all In cultivation; to
school; macadam road, and o" Clackamaa Southern Eloctno R- Ft,
now building. Prloe now only $878 per tract; 8300 aaah. balance 810
per month. Thlo prico will aoon double. Com, today and cloao the
deal. ' I ' .
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W. F. SCHOOLEY Cz, CO.
Phono: Paciflo M-80. Homo A-158.
$12 Main St, Oregon City.
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