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VOL 1 No. 87
OREGON CITY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, APRIL It), 1911.
Feb Week, 10 Cents
PEACE IN MEXICO
IS NOW PREDICTED
CIAIM MADE THAT DIAZ ORDER
,N0 ELECTION WAS . FOL
LOWED BY OVERTURE.
DEIS NOW AS ANXIOUS AS ANY
dqut y "obola For. Armistice
aj.d to Have Boon Followod
Immadiatoly By Concilia-
tory Anowor, -
-CITY OF MEXICO, April 18. 8pe
fUl.) I' l,'lt now " ,ner w t0
an. armistice with prospects of
rart In Mexico. Tho depnrtment of
yorclfn U'dutlone received a proposal
II i said, from tna reoeia via wasn
liltoo, )! I ! one back of I ho mee
M la ailil (o bo Vasoues Oomi.
rrom tho roply It looks as If tht
government Is willing. Trouble from
tb L'niKd Btatvs In com of continued
BjtbtlDK "'or the bordor baa made
both Ides fearful, and tho heavy loos
of life al Anus Prists baa born boavlly
os both 'des. Roth sides arc learn
ing mil -as --w ........ j
ind It Is that which hss Tnuch to do
Kb making rffita dealroua of peace.
. War may coaee lo 41 hours and tt Is
arreted that If it does it will not
Uks long to bring a permanent peace
est of an armistice. The people are
brooming tired of the loss and destruc
tion and oho cannot long continue a
uicctuful l-ailer In politics who advo
cates surb a waste and expense, and
lb death of friends made necessary
RACING TO DEATH.
- I'ODTLANl), Or., April 18. (8ps
cImI ) While racing on the way to
Portland to attend the hall game Tues
day th machine driven by Vernl pal
mer went ft the county viaduct near
Itayden's Island on a curve and
dropped a dlstsnce of 30 foot, palmer
was killed outright and four other men
In the machine were seriously Injured.
The xar was wrecked.
GOULD WINS RAILWAY FIGHT. .
NEW YORK, April 18.' (Special)
George 3. Gould won today In a fight
with the Rockefeller Interests that
have been fighting him on his own
road for seversl years and 'elected
hla own man president. Knemles of
Could In the directorate at once re
signed when they saw they were defeated.
TACOMA MAYOR BEATEN
IN RECALL ELECTION
FAWCETT -IS BEATEN BY EY
MOUR, BUT BY ONLY 852
WHY NOT COME RIGHT OUT AND BE DONE WITH IT ?
FAST MAIL IN DITCH-
PE.NDI JCTON, Or., April 18. 8ps
flail The fast mall went Into tho
ditch st Camp Siding.' hear here on
ik. n u A KI al an aartv hour Tues-
Uj morning. Two cars were wrecked
bet ob one-rioualy Injured- Traffic
u delayed serersl hours. A Though,
tW fsxtest train west of Chicago this
aWtts Orst accident la the history of
Oeirnln, running for a year. -
KAILS THE PLEDGES
TO CHURCH PEOPLE
V. CHAS. ROBINSON PREFERS
THIS METHOD TO DISTRIBU
TION IN CHURCH.
In the campaign for sentiment In
hor of rloalna the local postofflce
ot Sundays the committee having the
work In charge asked local pastors to
dlitrlhutn nledgea In the cnurcnee,
B. ('has. W. Robinson, rector of 8t
Piuls Rnlsconal church, did not dis
tribute tho cards in the church but
tasued n llttls circular end enclosed
th card lo each of hla people request-
la an etnreaalon In case they wished
vlt These cards . were returnable to
lbs postorrice committee, and many of
lbs Episcopal people have given their
burnt to tho plan. The circular from
the rector follows:
Af Pmil'a Rectory. ADrtl 17. 111
... u n.ur- t am sure you are In
faor of the purpoee the enclosed
esrd sets forth. Will you pleaae sign
It with your name and addreas and mall
It AT ONCE la the encloeed stamped
fBinnn i mvuilf have done so and
I fool confident that all eltUene of
Oregon City will do everything :
their poser to observe the Lord s Day
of r. Faithfully yours,
CHAS. "W. ROBIN80N.
Patronlte our advertisers.
TACOMA. Wash.7 Aprir 18 (Spe
cial.) This city . has again passed
through a stormy recall election, this
time recalling Its Mayor, A. V. Few
cetC'end choosing In his stead W. W.
Seymour. But with all there waa a
hot fight, and much oratory and many
charges of a gross character, the re
call prevalla In a majority of but 882.
nut this Is not the end, for on May
3 there Is a recall election as to the
four City Commissioners. The women
were the Influence that led to ihe re
call; bow soon this influence msy
wane time alone can tell though the
prediction Is that It will not last.
CARUSO RETURNS TO ITALY.
NKW YORK, April 18. (Special.)
Caruso, the greet tenor, has been
forced to cancel hla engagement on ac
count of jllness and will return to his
native land of Italy to rest.
'BEAVERS WIN AT HOME.
PORTLAND. Or, April 18 (Spe
cie!.) The greatest crowd ever at
tending a ball game In this tlty wss
present to see the Deavers defeat the
!s Angeles tesm in a score of 4 to 1.
O55 ' a.
. . v.
PflHMD TOBE If
i ntfirnp mum I
ft ruudd iuwm
PERSISTENT CAMPAIGN TO BE
WAGED ON THIS DISEASE
LF NO FLIES BUT FEW ' DISEASES
Lectures to Bs Given to Show People
How to Get Away From This
Pest and Germ
. , Spreader.
Good consistent adver
tising in The Morning
Enterprise pays. Itdas
proven so with us.
A. A. Price, Mgr.
SWIFT TRESPASS CASE i
PASSED BY DEFAULT
W. BIGHAM FAILS TO APPEAR
AT TIME SET BY JUSTICE
park-keeper, who la now making some
extensive improvements In Hendrlck's
psrk. snd all hobos found In the city
will be made lo Tiandle the pick and
shovel In constructing roads and grub
bing out brush. For year the weary
travelers have considered Eugene the
"easiest" town on the Coast for the
reason that they have not been molested.
CHAMBERLAIN DEFENDS RECALL.
WASHINGTON. April 18 (8peclal)
Senator Chamberlain In the United
States Senate today defended the re
call as It Is wished to make It apply
to Judges, and said there was no rea
son why the people should not recall
Judge the ssme as any other servant
NEVER KEPT CO'iTRACT
ABKI THAT ESTATE BE TAKEN
FROM BROTHER AND GIVEN
RIGHTFUL HEIRS. .
d thsro wsro ninety and nine
J'ffersjnt styles fof a HIM to chooee
boQlnnlng of the Spring
There . a. msnv now
the rsal smart -models are going
- ..... ,
Tn L. Bvetam ' etothoa ' please
"'a eyes, his body, and hla pocket
Offsrtory tn.60 io S36.00.
' smsmbsr the Eaater Bonnet
Amsnl - - - -
H ' - 1 n i
The case of trespass agslnat F. M.
Swift, complaint being made by O. W.
DlRham, the allegation being that aald
Swift did trespass on property of said
Btft-hsm, set for hearing in Justice
Ramaon'a court Tueaday," was not
tried.' Blahs m did not appear to prose
cute and so the case was allowed to
go by default.
This Is the case in wntcn umnam
stopped the Clackamas Southern Hy.
Co. from building across his land until
the company had settled at a figure
all out of proportion with what the
land la worth, or which other land In
the same neighborhood Is priced at.
Perhsos Mr. BlKbam has aecioeu
that he will be more benefitted than
Injured by the propoaed railway, and
has decided ndt-to preas hla claim.
In case Mr. Blshsm does decide to aid
rather than hinder the new venture
It is certsin that the . business . men
who wish to see the project prosper.
and are putting up "their money to
foster the enterprise, will appreciate
the fact that he Is convenea wnne
there is yet time to do the road a good
turn rather than an Injury.
Not Frank Capon's. Brother.
iMndr raoen is a brother and not
un nf F.llery Csoen. aa stated In
the Morning Enterprise yesterday, and
la an uncle to Frank Capen and not
i.miher. Leander Capen baa not
been connected with the buelnees of
the Capen Shoe Co.. at Willamette, ex
ceDt as employe. This correction Is
msde at the request of Lesnder Capen.
0!l APPLE MID PEAR
WIFE CHARGES DESERTION.
Mrs. Newell Asks For a Divorce From
Cyrus P. Nowoii.
pinnp r. Newell has filed a ault
for divorce against her husband, Cy
rus P. Newell. They were marnwi
In January. 1888. at Harpersvllle, New
While residing at Ban uibo.
fornln. In the year or linn, me nur
band deserted his wife and she was
compelled to make her own living.
Wheelock Williams ore reintwuuiiB
AT O. A. C. TAKING UP 8PE
CIAL INVESTIGATION WORK.
PORTLAND, Or., April 18. (Spe
cial.) Health officers are gofng to
make Portland a flyless town this
summer. They promise these disease'
breeders will be rare lnaeed and that
the fly pest of former summer will
he almost wholly abated. The system
of flushing 'the downtown pavements
, every night. Instead of sweeping tbem
as formerly, washes the larva of the
flies into the sewers, thus doing away
with one of the most favorable breed
Every road leading into Portiana
will be oiled this summer to lay the
dust and this treatment completely
kills files and renders their eg harm
less. The oil applied Is crude petro
leum which contains a amall quantity
of carbolic acid, and 1s sure death to
flies and moaqultos.
Dr.. Calvin 8. White. State health
officer, Is very sctlve in his warfare
on flies, "There remains one danger
ous source of fly production," said he,
"and that la unscrenedfood. I would
advlae every (housewife not to buy any
article of ford from any store that
does not use screens. All the food ex
hibited In msrkeu and elsewhere
should be kept screened from flies
Unless these pests have breeding
tdacea. ihey will not bother us and
public health will be protected tre
mendously." Dr. White hss considered the plan
to have the Council pass an- anti-fly
ordinance but he believes the educa
tion of the public along the line of
iMvin, nn limdlm Dlaces for the
neatiferous flv la more important.
Stereoptlcan snaes, snowinu u
dangers to be feared from fliea, the
hMt means of destroying them, and
nroventtns them from setting esiao-
llshed In the house, will be shown by
Dr. White both In the city schools and
in nuhllc csthertnes about tne cuy.
l lartiir will accompany the pictures,
giving Instructions how to swat the
flies. - : .
ted xeeterday. -
Otas's authorisation ot the election
bill indicates his realization that 1U
passage is the only possible hope for
peace with the Insurgents.
Foreign Minister De L Barra admit
ted today that he had been in com
munication with Gomes, head ot tne
revolutionary Junta in Waahlngton re
garding peace. ' , '
Americans at .Atlixco toaay sppeaioa
to Ambassador Wilson for protection.
They sy their Uvea and property are
threatened by 300 reDeis, wno are rav
aging the nearby ountry.
WILL SHELTER AMERICANS.
PUSHES AROO Hill
GRADING BEGUN BEYOND THE
ROCKY "PROMONTORY" DIB- '
PUTE AROSE HERE.
Work on the Clackamas Boutnern
Railway waa continued on up the line
Tueaday with a full force of men. So
nr...,.wna.NvT a n.n i a sv.n.ii far there la a little work yet to do to
Edwards at Juares, Mexico, late this complete the present grading p to ithe
d- BIgnam properly, wum iw
afternoon telegraphed the atate
"The attack on juares la momen
tarily expected. In a skirmish April
la al federals were killed and lz
wounded. I bav arranged to shelter
Chinese and all others excluded under
arose over the right of way, but only
a small force can w rk to good ad
vantage and so the majority of me
men were aent on over the hUL
For the work to continue ngnx on
around the hill would mean lean ex-.
v I a K ft. AAnatniA,
American lawa. I have also asRed pense ana tens uciy.
Colonel Sharp to let in keeping the tlon To forced to opr and care
multitude from crossing tne ooraer m . rr- '
during the battle."
pense". and the company wtahed to
avoid this. But as no settlement could
be made as to the property una en
forced Jump waa made Tuesday. B.
large force of men has been, set at
work beyond tne Bignam rocs pim,
and the grading haa begun farther on
Returned Delegates Will Make Report
to Meeting Thursday Evening
A sort of mass convention will be I
ekvrtttnri the hllL
hsM in the narlort of the Prbrter- Bnv nrprnn ntv business men are
Un church In thlm city on Thursday u.yintAdi in thi xtra expense be-
even in g, to wnicn ine puuuv Mnj made. - It was nopea inw wbhu
Ml If Will EMS 111 CUAIKB VL UV w I V.A nKtoAfAP W fllll inajf KRUH BKE yir
turned delegates from the several UJ v8 interested In the completion
churches in the city who attended the ot tne that au obstruction would
Sunday school convention In Eugene TanBB ani that the company would be
last week. . made welcome to the beet that the
There will be reports rrom an iau
EPWORTH LEAGUE MEETS,
- a iu.w case In the Circuit Court Is
that of Dora Toedtemeler vs. Louie
Toodtemeier. Jr- a brother. Aa the
story goes the father and mother aepa
rated aeveral yeara ago and In aeenr
Ins the divorce the mother received
iVi cuatodv or tne cunuruu
number. A few yeara later, having a
premonition of death, the mother
made a will In which ahe gava all her
KKArt in a son Louis, who me pro
viso that he should keep the family
together. Bupporting mem ana .vow
ing them, the noye w
till 16 and the gine tin is y'" "
" - Th form waa 40 acreo with
- W .sainnsil EofftflCtl.
fa ma in lnin USajT VI wvww.
e nAt tWar Uri lOlletn 1 VU .wiuwa
made and .luted h lt will which
i .n iMttm all of the real
eatate. personal and mixed, and to her
VSSA HenryiW.llam,Dor. Ruby
ten iaUs a.anh II .
lutjutuir., v; . ,.,x(vA. van
lllJt a wra 1 nil Illfl Uiuw vi
.ih with the mother, that
ZZJSZW Vth h. began toabuse
" , . Hri. na brothers and
sisters away from home, that he did
not try to achool them, that . he later
began to M abua.ve, ---;;
not tried te- jiv p vw m ;
"siSceula Toedtemelef haa come
into possession of the property Jfc. ha.
railed and naa reiu" -
Sen left by b..u mother, and j.
..1 brothers, cdtse. awe.r and to
make life miserable. ' WJ"
wt"h other children compelled to lave
to io to I r l tVei. ne could btiy Her
)ooka for her, aa bo lad plenty; ot
????rVi thU heauesfany
Mxoim on the pgtt ot the legatee "
1" vi .1 ik. (! to an escheat,
UnM. Monthly Business osasian
M. E. Church Tussasy tvsrvng.
Th Enworth League of the -AIj E.
church met In regular bualness 4ea
slon In the paiiora of the church
Tuesday evening. Among other in
portani maiiera i uuo...--w "
were appointed to the dlotrlct conven
tion to be held at Foreat Grove May
5. and 7. Mr. and Mrs. . n. va.
Miss Moreita Hicsman.
Blsnchsrd and Mlsa Maud Smith were
choaen as delegates. '
Mr. Will Snldow or tne ioci u-y
ter. being second vice president of the
district. Is down for a talk on Satur
day, May 6, at Forest Grove.
WILL DRILL NEW WELL
TO HUNT GAS AND OIL
..mibina SMALL FLOW WHILE
DRILLING FOR WATER GIVES
The finding ot oil and gas In the
well drilled In on the McBrlde farm
wen " . vinlalta haa led
aome tnree nun
to those gentlemen . - -how
much there Is In the ground at a
no.. .k"J. th. amall amount waa
poini wiiciw -
ro"" v7."K.en let tor a aecond
well, and thla la to be a teat well for
oil or gaa and have no desire to ae
cure witer. It will be but a ahort dla
tance from tho first wol , which Is
.v..in. a awut flow of water. Rivera
ft Meoregor have been given the con
tract to drill in tne seconu w,
yesterdsy a new drill and other para
phernalia were ahlpped In and new
gasoline lampa secured so that the
drill may run night and day.
TRAMPS MUST WORK. .
triTfiENTC Or.. April 18. Hoboa will
heStKompeled t. rt I. Jj;
gene or stay Wttm- Ar;
rangements have beet i made to care
for any number of them by the city
CORVALXJ8. Or.. April 18. The de
partment of horticulture at the Ore
gon Agricultural uotiege i uoms
pollination work on an estenslve scsle
In apple and pear orchards this year
near Medford and Hood River. Four
men have been at Madford experi
menting on crossing, In the orchard
there, and studying various problems
concerning the setting of pears and
applea. - i ' .
A corps of the college men will
shortly go to Hood River to tske up
the study of some special problems
there. For three years work haa been
dose on problems aa to sterility and
fertility of apples there, and the mu
tual affinity of all the) leading varieties
np there. This year special difficul
ties In handling Spltxenbergers will be
taken no. Trees of varying vigor will
be atudled to learn what Influences
such conditions aa their fertility or
Prof V. R. Gardner has ataned a
series of studies of the Woesome of
the prune and cherry, along tne i
of preliminary studies oi urtw
work he hopes to lane up mm comma
year with these frulta. We ahall nrst
determine the fertility or sterility of
the leading varieties or cnernes auu
prunes. From the studies obtained we
hope to get a certain Percentage of
seedlings which Indicate the stabl Uy
and unit characters of these varieties.
Damage AssessmOnt Will Annul Trss-
Tha caae of trespass on the part of
nf the (jiacsamas
Southern Ry. Co. on the rock p" be
longing to O. W. Bignam. oui
the line back of Kansas City. Is set
vA..n in f-ircuiL uouri iuuj.
effort will be made to have the hear
fng pVtponed for It the case seeking
condemnation i " '"i"1 " rrc
through the property 1. beard which
must be heard some day on Its merits,
and Is allowed, then the case of tres
pass will fan to the ground for a man
can't trespass on n
STOCKING SOCIAL FRI0AY.
Prosbytorisn Church Psrlors to bo tho
Scone of Fun and Lauflhter.
Thra will be a stocking social at
the Presbyterian church Flidsy even
ing. No thst lsnt Its' you won't be
shown a stocking and then asked to
...... h. .iza of It It's another plan
on which this Is to work. Ton bring
a cent a else for each Blocking if you
... o'. it will cost you 18 cents. If
5H's 11 cents, and ao on. . Easy to
n., and easr to settle 1t you
imd too large a also of host.
There will be a half doien other en
ticing waya for getting your money,
but the committee says they will tske
so little In a place, and give auch large
chunks ot fun In return for the money
that you won't know you are the poor
er. Better be on hand and eee how
easy the plan is put wio enecv. ,
v. B.arf "Tha ftkv Pilot"
The members of the Epworth
League have been very fortunate In
aeouring Mre Jluby Hurd. a dramatlo
reader of noted fame, to give a read
ing on the famous book ot Ralph Con
nora. "The Sky Pilot." at the M. E.
church Wednesday evening, April 16.
Young People Will Go" to Redland
Th Rlthlah class In the M. E. Sun
day school, and the young men's class
Joining them, win go io neuwuu -few
weeks to give an entertainment
In the M. E. church there. The young
nM.nl of the Redland church will par
ticipate in the program. The enter
tainment will be given on some week-
dsy evening so that there msy be as
jolly a time as possible, with no fear
of Sunday encroachment to mar the
happiness ot the occasion, ine juuun
people are planning to have three or
four big wagon loada go and there will
be an efiort put forth to make a Jolly
night of It.
Bound Over to Court.
Wm Woods, the chimney sweep ar
rested for pointing a gun at v. r.
Schooley on Saturday, was bound over
to court Tuesday In Justice Samson s
court In the bond of 100. Not having
that amount of security be was com
mitted to Jail to await the action of
the grand Jury.
BRIDGE GIVES WAY
HEAVY TRACTION ENGINE GOES
THROUGH BRIDGE EXTENT
OF DAMAGE UNKNOWN.
Tha Parkolace bridge across the
Clsckamas River, near this city, was
oartlv broken down Tuesday evening
Just before nightfall. At that hour a
i n r Kotas
heavy traction engine, vu i
called rotaries tnat weign very
.tt.mntaii to rroaa It and when over
one of the bents of the bridge the
-K end nf tha bridge gave way uu
left the engine balanced over the pier.
The accident to tne priage mu
unsafe to travel even If tho engine
waa not In the way of traffic. But at
that the bent haa not fallen Into the
river and Is supported by the piers.
Report hss not been made by experts
as to whether or not It will be expen-
nut into reoalr again. The
who attended that convention, and an
affort will be made to give to tnose
who stayed at home a true Insight Into
the convention and Its work as it ap-
neared to those who went as oeiegaiea.
It Is only as the public .attend these
lands could offer.
To Bs Sold In
COMMERCIAL CLUB TO
BANQUET THIS NIGHT
GOOD SPEAKERS FROM HOME
AND ABROAD GOOD WORK OF
Blocks. Of 160 Aeroa
Each. . --v
wAsmiMfSTON. ADrtl IS. on-
gathers and hear the' reports made reMman La Betty Introduced a bill to
. . . f a . IlL nWt ! I . . M AMV.a
that tney geep.in toucn wnu "" I require the sale or nnreBwrw iui
Knlns on in me suuuny kuwi lanil tn Individuals at SZ.ou an acrv,
the country over, and an are urgeo io traeta not exceeding 160 acres to any
he nresent. I nn. nnrrhaaar.
ITntll two veara ago me limner auu
stone act had been construed to re-nnii-a
tha sal of Umber lands. The
interior De oartment in wovemiw.
1909, practically repealed thla act by
nrnvidlns timber lands be sold only at
appraised value. The object ot the
Lrfferty bill la to virtually rw u
timber and stone act He claims the
act has never been repealed by Con
gress, and there Is no evidence of Con
gross' action aa to the Interior Depart
ment In abrogating the same by the
Issuance ot regulations.
. Lafferty Introduced a bill appropriat
ing $150,000 for a public building at
Tha thlrH annnat banmiet of the I - Ai.n a hill authorising a nomesieaa-
Oregon City Commercial Club will oe 1 er to offer commutation proor an.er a
held in this city this evening, in tne
Commercial Club parlors, at which
time rich feast will be spread. And
In order that all may participate, and
that the Interest in the success of the
wnrir for which the club stands for
may become general, the club has de
cided to price the reasi at oo ceme
plate making the banquet come with
in the reach of ail.
The program for this evening prom
isee to be of more than usual interest.
There will be a number of local speak
ers who will have placea on the pro
gram, but in addition there will be
several from out ot town. Governor
West who had hoped to be present
Is detained by the funeral of Mr. Ben
son, much to the regret of members
who had hoped to meet and, hear him
on this occasion.
J. E. Hedges will be toastmastef for
the evening and will preside with his
usual dignity. C. C. Chapman, secre
tary of the Portland Commercial Club,
will make an address; Thos. F. Ryan,
of Salem and a former resident, and
Robert A. Miller, a Portland attorney,
will also have placea on the program.
E C. Glnther, head of the publicity de
partment of the Portland Commercial
Club, will be present but does not
wish any part In the speaking of the
Tha Commercial Club haa done
iiuvu u-mu " ' -
the advertising of Oregon City and
this Northwest country, and mese an
nual hanoueti make for an Increased
Interest In the work of the club, and
form a closer union between the sev
eral business men of the city and the
business Interests of the community.
v A ' . ..rful nf thla
fr.me Ume 'and the atory much T hard work, and good work, tor
has been current that a new bridge
was a matter of hut a short time in
tbThlstUbrldge waa rebuilt to a large
extent but four years ago, and at a
consldersble expense, under the di
rection of John Llewellyn. It waa not
considered at that time that the bridge
was an Ideal structure but aa the coun
ty had no funds for a new structure
then repairs were necessary, and were
made. The extent ot the present dsn
- .,nt nnt h. kanwn definitely until
there has been a report by an expert
bridge man. which It was too late to
get after the accioeni nyii
NEW ELECTION CALLED.
Dlaa Sanction Indicates Ho Fools Hs
MEXICO CITY. April 18. Slmul
tsneously with President Dlssa aub-
mission to Congress of pending pesce
negotlatlona a bill calling for a new
Mexican general election waa aubmlt-
months' residence, regsrdless of Inten
tions at time of entry.
LAST HONORS GIVEN
TO FRANK W. BENSOil
LATE SECRETARY OF STATE BUR
IED WITH HONORS BY ELKS
AND ODD FELLOWS.
ROSEBURG. Or., April 18. (Spe
cial.) Frank W. Benson, late tiecre
tary of Stale In Oregon, waa buried
here at 10 o'clock today. Tho Elka
Tem Die was crowded with citisens
anxious to do the last honors to de
ceased. ..The procession was led by
the mllttla. Roseburg lodge of Elks
conducted the funeral, while the Odd
Fellows had charge of the ceremonies
at the grave.
GovT West was present aa waa also
Judge'Thoa. M. Ryan, whe la master of
the State Grand, Lodge of Odd rei-
. Business was suapenoea in me euy
during the time of the funeral servic
es. ) Flags In the city were at half
mast and many honors were accorded
deceased. ' The wematso rrtved bet
from California at 11 p. Monday
evening and were kept In state at the
Elks'- Temple until time for the fun
f ' affa
$50.00 Given Aray
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