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1X0ILYINQ ENTEUPKla FRIDAY. I'RIL 14, 1911.
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Te MM la HatlaJ BaaaaH u l
NEGATIVE WINS OCCIWOM AFTER
' A VIRY WARM DEBATE
i.vmaxapous. 14. Arm n
Dmooiii of KattoaaJ
gaa arrlrtag today from varto part
of (k njiai States for tk has away
aa kw gteea have UMbjkt kr tk Xataoav
I Utn eg Deeaocraffcr Cbak. Oo
raor Woodrww nilauav. f Xe-w Jtrw
U a area, hart WQteai J. Bryaa
ha cunIM kia unwiiit. i.
HaaUltoa Utli, of Chlraan. will he
imiiMilif. 14 win tetrad ae Ike
ClaJrmoat and Uouuli VWw HI louwwiag kmmi:
rery eortette loraad koras Tharaday J Ganmar Woodrow Wlaoat. whose
meat oer the eweatto. -Ro4Td. ! h"rt la TU Party 4 IW Pre-1
That the .tW Tar Is Preferable toj at .-Gora Harvey, of New Tort, oa j weicked.
IB r' MBl 7 wvm. a m a " r - - - - aw
a. Urea aitralaoc of tk frlawdt gweoav. of Saw Mexico. MillLaat Ue
of b"tfc sMee a4 mack later, waa i naocrary;- Alia Albert," ef Cotembaa,
meir-tra la ta qora'loo. la tk dt O. The Power aa4 lataaac. erf la
t-eeeioe. aad la tba detlaioe taat a j Pra " Jot, a Temple Grarwa. of New
Tom. tm x- )agov, oover-
aor Once. of Oklahoma. "Democrat ,'
can laev PwrUaad at 8:!. 8:62. :2X
UL It U. I1:U a4 IJ . TW taat
tw cara mt Fstb4 tear Or
Oty at I JSS a. a. M I 'M a. aa, a-
la to KrU aaraa alr.
aUfl ra tiiry a Trva.
Moaara. JoAa B. Haaipkrvr aa4
Kav. Ckaa. Baafcuaai war arty Ba
ara ai ia rails taday. jLa Ik
aterj m Mr. Haavavara ka4 acra
Ikrni kia koofc tmm (W a(ar Mill
aa artoa4 Iri aoa4 aaUao.'
aar for a Mala aaorl TVta Uaaa H
a lm tat tka flak wa4gka4 M
i M a ca of auatai"
Mr. Haatrkrrra aaraa4a4 la
laWXrns kia akaklk a4 Ular ka4 M
Tka dabat ona of tka warmat
- that baa ba pull4 off tkla aiatrr or
aprfc. la aaral caaaa tkara wara
potato rl'rmi mada aad tka a
Utrra kad a krd tlma of It to kaop
aelr wtu aoar tka Uk of tk-tr
Obvon-Bt WTitla tba qaaatioa la ant
a popular un a. ft. and arktll It ,
lakf am lima to a inortKua aa-
tfrratd!ac t-f a aobct. Ik oU-
rtinlna of It la cartaln to to
Ihtoklnf and oiwa 'ha AmarKa
pta beiti to think tbTa la ao lot up
till Iba maitr la ana m
jfefir rlr rlht
J. a Hodfaa ..
C fionwkak ..
C. C Ota ...
C. Ba0ar4 ....
C Crooar ....
C kV StlUaafl
a r. Uaa ...
Caiaarataa Mr4 SWtkaViy.
rfVada satkarM at tka fcnn of
Ekaaaaar Waraor WTaaaaAay aitor-
aooa to raaaocat tko tlrd MrtkAar of
tkat caa'braua. H kaa Ura4 a aaaa
kar of yvar la tkla city, kot lor yaara
Kt ton aato4 ?.M.r W lr oWl ' ,W
Worth Rail PmoitIiuU ui i a oo ev inran (aiaawaaj
. -" ... . . 1 lo aa? tkair rraoacta aa4 la tek kl
ftrmr Govaraor Cnri W
aaaay rvtaraa of t a dir.
WILL GIVE CftANO BALL,
Tho nasail tokadabaU
flen th dwrl.lon. Thoaa a ho wera
rbora to o(ln that alda of tk
qunWa wre Krank Mlni-r. fa
Kordoaaat, Joto iafTB aa4 B Kap
nnbradar. Afftnnatlr J frt. fr- Ro
berta. J"bn Ca1!n and Wm IWard.
I Haa Caraxrfca a Rara OM ridl.
rraak Bock. Jr. kaa aa oid rtoita
..i,-. u.ti . r-. ; Ml Pwd a. Wktlo It kaa
kku Bni rdkiL ' cr' P" bat a Rood -addla."
Tb Mcrfr Brotkarkood of A.r- SLTrJ! fTT ?
uiamtit at tba WtUaawtta Hall oa ' " trta- ,m.fc fj
ha fatara tTb r U1 koaaiJ?" ' lho
addraaa glraa by W J. AppWata. j "Z" 2TT5-T
Ptata Bilun . iba Mooara Btk- 0,t ,b'
rkl. of PortUod. Tba coaiaUttaa J r-bTaakar la Ha annafartaro.
la rbara of tb affair oatta of A. ' 1
it ml!r. Mr Praixva Saaakaa, Miaa "m imm aiatMaa Ow at Twaifta
kt Catear ........
Waiter Todor .....
J. Oftsajor . , . . .
W. C Oavfer4 .
U T. Startair
T. P. BtUIveU ....
A. ft Haatfr
P. Bparrard ......
R. Sartta ...J,..
R. J. Skorklay .
kaa Lks ...
AtVra Edwards .
1 aa, . iWal a.(VlLrladaa mill alBk.
If. B'' v V aawaaa. ara f w aurw w a-
'lor akat wa ba cbariabad la ear
Oiaaatar Coara Portion, of Four
ftiataa. and Dath Laaaaa Mitttioly
TOPKKA. Kan. April J IBpUli
La tar rat urns from th four Bataa
davaaUtad by iba rrclooa of Wadna
day tacrftiwd the number of il-atka
and kdda lo tha total of property loaa
ra. Id many ' nlanrr thr mallr
towaa auffi-rmt aa well Iba larger
aad lh ialfnuhlc a-rvlf- bln
mar tbera l""a rhanfa for the
news gettlns out to tb world.
News b" roma pourlnn In all day
sod It Is but a repetition of h an
fMMBeaaieBt of perwns dead aad
uundd sod of property destroy ad.
ti list of raanaltlea iron wtrb each
hour, aad tkr pn perty toaa I m!tl j
Ataaada Zak. Mr, rkrutlos X- Boat- ' w Wowla owl a few stuna oa j q wiaaaaodla
maa. Mtaa CyBtbla Paee lh rv Uae oa the rtaak Baati ' .
TW. vfll K. nl uif faralah i proKartT Bar tba Willaaaetta Rlrwr I A- rBKB
thi mumi td iyrm U m Anml TaeJftb atreat Wadaaadav tka I - Srkowabora
bat 'bat tae fjr vitl e Unrely at- ; "rstteratl a bwacb c ladtaa reltrs orer I E. Ilaskes
tefxi la" "w ABBoac taeai aaa oee aeat p fj HearM
i-i isii u wwna a piarw la a moat
any rotlsrJja of relic. Busrk Is jrery
proud of It aad wDi add It to kls rich
(Ooatlaasd frota sa 1 1
Idiaewaa aaytkUd roa wlafc la row
lawMta arbool kulldlaca"
Tfcka BocUl t aaiar panvw
orkeater becaata Iks wordar of
aeiakborlaar toaaa Ikirak saat
aUaalloa to sew kow I key rB
Tk Maror of RorkestaT arwaldad SI
tka aMlir aad tba woataa of Bo
ekawtar pro tided a baaauat. rlxfct la
tka aablle arbool baiidlac Tbea Oo-
araur Nackaa waat on w n
was aoiac oa at tka Rorkeaier Social
- . ' rniMi. Tker ssr kirn a baaauat la
ilka arkool balldlaf lis said tkoaa
w paopla. "Taw are kattreaaln tfce foun
IN ; dailoa of democrsry. Toa sre making
laN; Tka aea aiartad wlik-ea Civic chib,
T.W 'bow ik era are elakteea Clvle claba.
j se sad bo aad of boys' ctwka. aad woa
,iu n'i clubs all Interacted la booatlng
- ..(.Ika R orkeater sckools aad lb Iowa
iof R.vkaatar. Mor tbaa tbat. Iba
tSN fnreuaera Is loan rams la sad rotated
itMlrlnba. tber are lo Italian Clvle
v.,CIba. "This Is wbst es dreamed of
" i la Italy." tkey said, -but bad lo coae
T 00 io America to get It
S4 00j o,- S4IM (a preatdent of Iba
:LM arkool board, "has a rlsbt lo Iry to
a j regwlata what tltlaaas (ball talk about
Mjla iktlron tilMlm
'IT I Columbas, Uhto. Boalon. I'hlUdel-41-j
pfalaall aaat dalegates to' saw wbst
41 N i was gtng oa la Roc heater, sad br
tiM adopted Ike aystsm. It kaa spread to
21 j Ctnrtnnatt.-Ckleagw, Ixa Anguiea. SDI
.,! Portlasd la shout to opes lbs
,u w i Iji.14 ackool building for a SorlaJ Cea-
! . ire. Rocbester has latrodiieed aBMv-
(100 Ing plrturo abow, and so baa Los Aft
J7 (Mt j " aduratlonal films lo Inter--.
..l e4 lha rblldraa ta tblkis worth aea
11 1 big sad knowing, pree deatal rllnlca
J;hae been added. Portland atarted
ILtMlione roar moo tba ago, and already too
TEACHER Oe" HISTORY.
M aa Mary Belle Meldrvm is QWerad Xectoaj of rartos.
Coed Pwarbaw at Moacaw.
af Mr a4 Mr. Heary Meidram. of CUUJN IY COURTl
i nia rnj. n J- a iwwt wit
of hia'ory la tbe Hlgb arkool of Moa
row, MjK.. ft jti nw her
PRESBYTER1AM C. L
ELECTS ITS OmCERS
VXitrrt WILL HOLD A kPCCIAL
WKTTMiTMUR KJAY AFTER-
dun at that jiuMitatloB aert falL luoenaaed from y eat ero y
Mim Meldmra gradoated from t be , Frank. Da ten port ,
I'niteraity of Idaho Ut year, and i J; 'phelpa, ..."
at prevent tnfnw-ior of French. Pby- fmLL
cal rimrapby and Latin la tk High . ' ?
-nvl at Ooeae. Idaho Of tb lal- r- ABderwoa .........
Iter atudy be kaa foir claaaea, and la John Wlltard
m-tir. with aacresa ! Frank Darenport
TTua yoang aocsaa la well knos In i . .
tkla rlty wbr tbe baa a boat of ; -
fneiuU bo are pleased to bear of the i A- H Miller
lacratita prltlr" be baa beea of Carl Una
fered. 'Willie TJna
kENT TO ASYLUM. "i
j O'st. Ne. 10. -
Mr, r Whence Richmond, of Viols Be- ' F-' E Thomaa ,
cana V-onl, Sent to Salem. ; Eatacada Mercantile Co . .
Mri FVjreace Richmond, of Viol. , i ,. T
IL Heartrf MM
O. Shock lay . .. 40.Se !
Mr. Meyrlek 4S.75 j
C. fttroag 4.i
Harry gaelVey 30 00 !
E. BBTder .... M.00
C Joaea -.- . ..... . S0.
W. H Roettger . . $ W
W. P. llartaell laS
W Hughes . .. ..r.....
8. P. Load erg is ... ,. ...... . t(h
E Edwards ......... 10.00
E. Lewis .......! 1.00
ao great eipetiae-
T CXrfM Ej'w aday of
te ri'.,",ei n fvttrtk aeid tu aemi
rsituat evnrrva vf dVrs ia tka
trktmxa arra TVsrsday a-git Har
rj VSeT waa r-fJl are'4ea4 aad
k-jat SLaara ImAry was re-elected
ynanaag, ium'jtrj i Ax Meade ;
tew I' 'Jfe aad Miaa Or-
7a Bw2soa 'ia arw treaarer.
'rT. Jf j" L3aa Lot.
Kti-y t-ja cf wwrlaeaa were takes
t k4 aWaaawd Tt preaiaeat
X a p-ej Ba.taig lor text
7Wcrir ewtg after tke prsrer
tbeerig tos 4 bicb tic t be ao
wy wfl C tbe Midget for tbe
rtr. tear it, 4eJ! father Impurt
ast toaser will also te broacbt op.
Tbe roong people of this awlety
are going to try to take the banner
J'.t the beot attendance at the Toang
People's RsIW to be held In the First
Preaby'erian church of Portland next
Wednesday evening In connection with
ihe annual ga'h-ring of the Women's
North PsrlnV Board of MIalon.
atn- iirtsm-ThBrHir by J-wf' nm "'
pee emoa. acting la the abrf-f"eiur-
aure of Coanty Judge Beetle. She T. Beeby ...
baa a k a band aad threw children. f; DeShielda
Jin aucaawaa aaa bee troaoiea wits ;
H Mr. Becker
DUt. No. IS.
Script ur A It-iullaa
WlTaoa A Cooke
C. E, Black
P. E. rraak
W. M. MrCbrd
Wa have a gold mine la tbe public
arbool hnlldlagm. Kow wa moat learn
30 00 . how to mine It. The time Is coming In
Oretoa Cltr. If It has not already ar
rived, whew the neighborhood of arery
school building abould And there tia
Boelal eeatrevavot Interfarlng with tbe
arbool. bat making It all tbe more Ike
people's popular palace. Bys and
girls of the day schools "ill bare ad-
vantage of all this equlpmeat Is the
ray time. Older boys end girls, work
Ine In ahooa and ml Ha and ala
1.00 wa til bat aa uplifting, helpful and
lO.oo healthful placa for arening study and
10 oo recraatlon. Mea and women of middle
j Ufa ran hare renew tbeir youth. Or'
rhetra and slnglnc rla'aaes rag be
I conducted evenings. Ths orrheslra
' clubs together to hire Its leader or
aewraigta aad apeat aeven week a Is a
por-cd koapt'-al wltkowt beneflcUI re- j J Da as .
a JA. Botkia ..
She kaa tried to kill herself, her j Jjokcloa
avaaia being aoicidal. The complaint ;
waa made by A. M Barrett, sod Dr. ' ' n
M C Stricklaad coaducted tbe -, - Unn
SIGNS THREE-YEAR CONTRACT.
aasiaaJira- Mrs Ricamocd aaa taken C.
"i jv:-a laa sight.
HORSE CASE SETTLED.
Parti tA nattrvrv TiiAm Cvt t a i P.
Keep Out of Circuit Court. . : W. Rhode
When C. gcboei-! got out the paper, c. Dkvia
for the app-al of the Tom Montfeline , Marshall
n H v ynck horae trading cae.
iiiiendinr to tk- it into the Circuit
Court, there was a acurrylng around Trr)an Powder Co..
to get it settled. Tbe defendant saw , c. H flauchy, Jr...
that If th, csm. wa. taken tbrongb the ; John & 8mh
'.ii'.uji 'tn auwm cxjbi mm. iua
the team was worth and It waa com
promised by bia paying half the coutt
and calling It quits.
$ : 13
, 1 j oo j (cncral lac tare In the large ssaambly
ll.Oo . halls of escb building wber all gather
20.00 ! (ber gather at a Chautauqua lec-
tralner. and practice once a week.
. J m A .1 .Li
I ntiin lur mt arBU,t riiuix riiui
Diet. Ne. 11.
...... t OS
jC. Peckover 19.00
; Percy Smith 15.00
O. P. Bslley
D U BoyUg
CHst. Ne. IS.
Wltaon A Cooke ........
I. T. Meldrnm .........
D J Hughes
W. 0 Randsll
J. R. Cowthon ..........
Ci. I. Thomas ,4 v.
tare. Sunday afternoons are given to
choral singing, under a paid taseber.
Rochester found that nearly all her
lecturts were coulnbuted; It did not
II ncjeoaV a cent abors now and then some
i speaker a car fare.
Ia Oregon Cltr wltk Its hundreds of
mill boys. It Is our duty lo opea to
: them our school houses, and to go our
ST.Soj aves and meet and make their ac
' jgualntance. We do not know enough
i of ona another. Eighteen yeare ago
""""lour Chsutauqua here grew out of a I
. IS.OVj study circle at my houas. Now we I
7 .SO I need more: w need a Chsulauqna all
100 1 (D Jr"r round, where everybody en
ta Ait i receive th beat American Inatltntlonv
have to give good elilieoablp. social
. 3.oo j recreation, and educational uplift..
. 57.00 j
. 2S.7i STAFFORD.
WASHINGTON. April 13. Walter
Johnson, the Wahlngton American
league team's star pitcher, who left
the team while In Atlanta In training,
r-fulling to sign for a salsry less than
t"V0. ban come to terms with the club
and aiinied a contract for three years
st a salary aald to be $21,000 for tbe
term. Johnson has resumed training,
and will be pitcher either Saturday or
THE HALL OF FAME,
Moat relelirated of tlie early
Born Halt-iu. .A
Msxs.. July I
4. 1H04; died f
Ply month, N. 1
U.. May l. ?
1WH. Was I
from now- i
doln college X
lo 1829. Mervsd In Boston cus-
torn bouse 1S1H-41. Member of
Brook Farm aaaodatlon In 1841.
Rurveyot of tbe port at Salem
18VJ-8. United Ktatea rountil at
Llvarpoal 1H.VJ 7. Returned to
X TJnltad States In 1801. Ills moat
famous book Is Tb Hearlet
Z Letter. prfbtlahed In 1X50. His
first story, "Pauahsws.M waa
published In 182 at bis own ex-
T Dense. Awoug bis well known
f books are "Twlcs Told Tsles,"
T -XIAMmm Vmrn IMA at
"Tbe fJouM of tbe aeven Ga
bles." Tsnglewood Tsles" and
"Tbe Msrble Fsun."
NEW O.W.P. SCHEDULE
CARS LEAVE FEW MINUTES BE
FORE HOUR. THROWING EM
PLOYES BACK HALF HOUR.
WfflemHmHHTt until 7::68pnm.!
. Employes of the mills and factories
of Oregon City will be disappointed
ahen the new schedule of the Port
land Railwsy Light A Power Co. goes
into effect next Sunday. Working peo
ple from tbe woolen and psper mills
bav found the cars leaving Oregon
City at 6:35 and 6:07 p. m. a great
convenience, but under tbe new sched
ule they will be compelled to wslt
nearly s half hour before taking a car
for their homes In Uladatone and other
suburbs north of Oregon City, where
scorns of tbem reside.
Theatre goers in Portland, too, will
not rejoice over the new schedule, for
tbe car leaving Portland at 11:15 bas
Imen cut out, and tbe first car after
tbe theatres departs st 11:52, unless
the Mhow Is out early enough for the
patroiiM to catch a car that leaves at
Cndur- tbe new schedule the first
car lesves Oregon City st 5:46, the
next at 6:17, than 6:47, 7:21, 7:58,
S:28 and every 30 minutes until 7:58
p. m. After that time the csrt leave
at S:2S. 8:06. 0:36. 10-(l!l- 11 -UK and
12:04. There la a car leaving at 8:16
! p. m. that goes to the barna at Bell
wood. ' Tbe last car leaving Oregon
'City for Portland at 12:04 Is sn Im
provement over the present service at
Out of Portland tbe first car leaves
at 6:27, then 6:56, :27, 7:04, 7:31,
then every 80 minutes
after which hour the
Diet. Nov 12.
W. E Haherlach
F. 0. Rlebhoff
E. C. Cerber
T. E. Anderson
F. W. Rlebhoff
Oiat. No. 14.
Beall A Company ,
Pope A Company :
Straight A Ssliabury
D. C. Robblns 12.7
wiiaon ac tooH ............. tJ.II.Zi)
C. W. Frledrlch 7.45
Everhart A Hall 9.45
R. Grove 14.60
Owen Parry , ,6.75
Ward Bros. 1.60
A.. R. Stephens 18.60
S. Norton 48.00
Geo. Randall 22.00
Ernest Gelbrlck- 11.25
H. Engel 22.50
P. gchelber 16.00
Tom Rlsncbard 20.00
N. Crltser 22.00
D. Crtteaer 20.00
C. Glaxler 6.00
E. McArtbar 12.00
Nell Thomson 21.7.1
Diet. No. 17.
C. Thorns-. 29.00
Herman Plpkey 39.00
D. R. Dlmlck 32.50
D. R. Dimlck; 27.50
16.60 " Kann
A. Johnson , . . .
A. II. Knight
Dlst Ne. 18.
vVllson A Cooke . -'
Wm. M. Moehnke
J. II. Cumins
H. H. Hughes
Af e You a : Subscriber to b'n e
New Daily? -
If The Morning enterprise la to be ss - successful aa tba Interests of Oregon
City demand It must needs have the support of all. Tba new dally has
a big work before It in boosting Oregon City and Clackamas County. Tour
support maana more strength for the work. ,
Vill You Help Boost your owa Interests?
- Fo! 4JLmU,d Hm th Mo1"! Bnterprtsa will b sold to paid In advance
ubacrlbers aa follows; . . ,
c r. i r..r.. ,,,.00
J. B. Cumins
J. F. Olbbs
D. L Torrants
C. A. Clark
A. Schmebel .................
B. W. Teckert
P. F. Sharrard
M. C. Bprague
D. J. Thorns
O. C. Newman........
O. Moehnke : 12.00
A. Staoen '. 12.00
A. niuhm ". 16.00
J. Bluhtn 12.00
11, Hansen ' 8.00
C. Moehnke 10.00
J. Moehnke 2.00
Chas. Moehnke 4.00
A. Moehnke 4.00
H. Moehnke 4.00
C. Grofismlller 8.00
B. Duol ...... ....I.... 4.00
0. A. Shnbet 6.00
M. Hnllmsn .' 4.00
L. Mower .' 1.26
Wm. Martin - 7.00
W. Martin ifl.oo
A. Bluhm 30.00
H. Staben 20.00
Wm. Thomas , , j.oo
F. Kamrath 40.00
(Continued Tomorrow.) ..
Read tbe Morning Enterprise.
owen g. thomas Put Yourself in the
BLACKSMITHINQ AND . REPAIR
Bsst of work and satlsfsctlon 0"r
antsad. Have your horses shed by an
axpart, i paya,
When you write your classified
Kinas or repair work arM amlthv r . "r " "'na or an ad Irr t a
. Prompt service: areater nor. f '"elude In It just the Information
of yeur work can be done while ,ou a to "nd If you were an
de your trading. Give ma a trial aa-raider and were looking foi an
and asa f I can't please you. T M,f tna.t klna' d
If you do this to even a small I
OWEN G. THOMAS V t Si?nw wViS
Cr. Main snd Fcm-i, r-.. Or-i Cly I . . A A A A
This part of tbe universe awoke on
Tuesday morning lo a white world.
Snow an Inch deep bsd fallen, and
farmers with grain and clover seel
la th ground rejoiced. And again
Wedneaday morning Uiere had been a
little flurry of snow, and stock were
glsd to stay under shelter and eat dry
fodder. It rained Saturday evening,
which kept a few from attending the
entertainment and basket aoclal at
the achoolhouse, but the room waa
comfortably filled, and after a abort
but entertaining program, Justice
Bamaon, of Oregon City, mounted the
platform and auctioned off the baa-
keta In his naual style, reminding the
young gentlemen of his standing; offer
to marry any one who paid 15.00 for
a basket, and added lie would even
throw In his picture (a cbromo). The
baskets all brought good prices, 26
baskets bringing tbe nest little sum
of IC0.6O. Tbe teachers had also pro
vided eight gallona of Ice cream.
wbich netted $6.00. One basket sold
for 87.00, hut there seemed to be a
little sbensnlgsn about It. However,
everything, aside, from that oassed
off ploaaantly, aa tbe disturbing ele
ment who were so thoughtless at a
few of the meetings held at the
achoolhouse two weeks ago, were con
spicuous by their absence, or bad
learned wiadom and kept quiet.
Mr. and Mrs. Powell went to Wood
land to visit her sister on Saturday,
ana returned on Monday,
Mr. Welsenburg had tba misfortune
to have bis hen house catch fire on
Tuesday night, about 10 o'clock, and
ournna aooui 800 chickens. A neigh
bor saw the Are Just by accident, and
ran, alarming others as he went, tele
phones Jangled and men collected as
soon aa possible and aaved most of
ine laying hens and one hen and
chickens, but had hard work to keep
the house from burning.
One of the children la sick with
ine measles. Tba school hoard die-
mlaaed the school, and there waa none
Monday and Tuesday, but finally de
cided to let It continue, therefore on
Wednesday the school assembled onoo
The school purchased a flag soma
years ago, but It haa lain folded In the
library until patrona forgot we had
one, but Saturday It waa ran un and
the house looks as every school house
noma, under tbe protection of the
bisrs and Bin pes. .
The alck at Relnt DoNul'a get bet-
irr very sinwiy, nut seem to be stead-
liy Improving. The mother alia up
fm. nW M'M W,Ck' th nUr.
aiimiaance upon the little boy.
Last week, our supervisor, assisted
by Perry and Frank Sharp, were run-
Mr. and Mrs. Nest came out from
roniana ana held the uaual aervloea
morning ana evening on Sunday and
stayed a couple of days and visited
ine people, returning to tholr homo on
Tuosdny evening. They ere rery
pleasant, nice people, although aome
oi us may not fully agree with them
in aome of their teachings, but they
have the merit, wa helleva. in heins
Anna Nemlo waa home from school
at Oregon City for the entertainment
and stayed over. Sunday, and went
with her mother to visit friends at
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