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VOL. 1-No. 88
OREGON CITY, OREGON, TIIUKSDAY, APRIL 20, 1911.
Peb Week, 10 Cents
0TH 810ft IN
CHAMBER 'Of" DEPUTIES TAKES ACTION
Brsmlsa Mado That No Mora Amor
leant Shall Suffar From Mexican
Bui lata, Through Care
lossnees. MEXICO CITY. April 19. 8pclay
-Th-bmlrof Deputies baa now
taken a hand la tho negotlatlona for
peace and has oome to tho front" with
a request that all tho data In tbo mat
ter b given It. Jt aooma that there
save been nogotlatlona going on under
rover ao that lai might not bo forced
(o how hie hand, but now that (ho
Chamber of Deputlea baa como out la
lbs open wnn ia rqui iur wiurma
ttoo tblnga ran be dlseuaaed on the
ttreria and tho Insurrectoa be given
to understand that they aro dealing
wlib a known quantity.
Terms of peace are known to bo on
their way to Oeneral Madcro, and be
la lo be Informed that they aro official
tod aeed not be quibbled over later.
Both aides 10 tbo controveray aro anx
ious for peace, tho only quoatlon being
M U i question as to what will M
bononbla peace for both aides.
The terms of tbo armistice will bo
easily arrangod now that both sides
ant peace; tho terms of peace may
lake more tlmo la tbo settlement
In the meantime both sides aeom to
bo satisfied to root on their arms until
Ibe terma of tbo armistice can bo
agreed to. Chamber prom lues no mors
casualties to Americans.
TAFT WONT COM I TO COAST.
SEATTLE. M'asb., April IS. (Apo
dal.) According to Richard DalUnr
r, Just homo from a vacation, Preal
tint Taft will not visit tbo Coaat tbla
mu, and probably not In lilt. Tbla
afcrmatlon was given him before bo
aYt Waablngton, bo ear a, and ha la
(laded that Tart will not leave tho
last tbla year. Bruce C. Bhorta wll
be Ralllnger 'a law partner bore,
REBEL SURROUND JUAREZ.
EL. PA 80, Texas, April 1 (Spe
cial.) Rebels bare surrounded Juaret
and are demanding Its surrender. Tho
Ooneral Navarro aays be baa received
ao demand to aurrender. Americans
believe that the demand bas been
made and that unleas the cHy aur
rtodora within 14 hours there will be
PARIS TAKES CENSUS.
PAR18, Franco, Aprl (Special.)
A census - taken here last montb
shows this city to be atlll the third
larirst In the world. Population 1,
H6,S86. an Increase over 1906 of 124.-
MR. AND MRS. EASTHAM
Intsrtaln Tuaaday Evening Bridge
Club Has Enjoyable Evening.
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Eaatham enter-
Ulncd tho Tueaday Evening Drldgo
Club at their home on Tuesday evea
The prizes In bridge were won
by Mlsa CIs Harclsy Pratt and M. D.
Utourotto. The bouae was prettily
secoratrd for the occaalon In dogwood
blossoms and ferna. Refreshments
Preaent were Mr. and Mrs. W, A.
Shfwman. Mr. and Mra. John Adams,
Mr. and Mra. M. D. Latourette, Mr. and
Mrs. Llnwood E. Jones, Mr. and Mra.
A. A. Price. Mra. Nleta Barlow Law
rsnre, Mlsa Orace Showman, Miss Cla
Bsrclay Pratt, Tyra Warren, of Oak
' IrlMM' I-'
Special Booster Day
Th Amarlcan people "like to be
jumbuggad" but not on the clothes
MAN Tft MAN ' ' -
"S Sail fh k... maHa III
u. u for th money. Wo are offer
" tnm at apaolal roduotlona on
, EXCLUSIVE CLOTHIER '
Not UVa Others ' '
th and Main Bta.
1 Xi' Li
BASE BALL CHAT.
Br PlAMONO OUST
mm PELICANS MAKE MEAL OFF CUB
HOCK AN D BUTCHEKE 0 EASY. WHITEWASH
UPStT BY KrVtc. COLTS 11 A 0l1GO0ftu GAME
HE SAYS NOTA MAN GOT TD HIM FDR A
fcWFE BINCLE. H WA38TIMU ON THE
pit Oft THE ICE7TW J BUT NOW H
MIKES ARM 13 STILL BRITTLE BUT
HE WAS SOLO TO C0MMI5KY BY "
rf CRAVAT A RUMMAGE SALE
PRICE . MORE BY MAIL TONIOT
Mt 13 SK PER FOR WiRlNO This in t
THE ONES WE HA'
VERY GOOD TIME BY TH06E PRES
PLIMENTED. FOR FOURTH OF JULY USE
Contsst on For "Qoddoaa of Liberty"
Honors on tho Fourth
The Eaeter ontertalnmoot given on.
Tueaday evening by the Mount Pleas
ant Civic Improvement Club at the
Mount Pleaaant achool house was a de
cided succeas. The auditorium waa
filled to Its capacity with an entb.ua-
laatlo audience, and following the ex
cellent program refreshments were
served. The room was beautifully
decorated appropriate for the occa
alon with Oregon grape, ferns, Eaater
llllea and festoons of yellow ' crepe
The following program was given
during the evening: Tableau, "Christ
Is Rlnen." Mlsa Alene Chnalenaon;
recitation. "Sna Sang to Him In Heav
en." Melva Kants: recitation, "Uttie
Do-Peep.! Cora Carver, In costume;
chorus, "Jolly Boya," aix ooys: auei,
Alene Chrtstenson and Alvtn Benolt:
Raster drill by 14 girls; chorus by 14
iris, "When the Song Blrda Bow
Their Heads;" recitation. "My Dolly
Does Not Leftrn at All,- Dorotny mon;
tableau. "Rock of Ages," Violet Truax.
Mlaa Helen Hartke waa tne organiai
during the evening. Every number on
thn nroa-ram waa wen receivea.
The entertainment comram-e wn
compoaed of Mra. G. A. Blckel, Mr.
T. O. Clark, Mra. W. B. Stafford, Mlaa
Luclle Kellogg. Mlaa Mrytle Christen-
son; program. Mrs. A. C. Warner, trot.
Slovers, assisted ny mo puyua ui
Mount Pleasant school.
rn nt tho rnaturea tf the evening
... th. votlna In the Goddess of Lib
erty contest. Tha young ladlea who
ar voted noon last nlaht were Mlsa
Luclle Kellogg. Mls Chrlatenaon. Mlaa
nnma RtaffordL Mlas Violet Truax.
The ballot box will be at the Mount
Pleaaant at ore. and Bve cenia a voi
le to be charged. There lo already
much Interest taaen in tne corneal oj
th. vnnna- ladlea. aa won as too mem
bora of tha olub, who are anxious to
aee who the winner will be. The com
mittee In charge of the Fourth of July
celebration la already at work and
will no doubt have a celebration that
will long be rememnerea oy
WILL MEET SATURDAY.
... r.nuntv at os Soolaty
Hold Seaalon In Willamette Hall. .
Th riackamaa County Roae Society
wm mSe? in "he Willamette Hall on
Saturday afternoon at 3 !
la the Hrat meeting of tbs 7r, and
baa been called by the Present. Mra.
Roalna Fouta. .
As many of the membera realda .la
different sections of the
will no dbubt bo In this city to attend
the Booster Dny oxorolaes, there win
rfn.iht h. a larse attendance.
At Thla mooting the matter of tha
. . saw m, .1 J-VJi I
r5csrT $Xrk iCc (Scol ?JTr&
Q (jnjBOS SE-S A 5P0OK MANIFESTATION. 1
BY WALT Ac DOUCALL
NECKTIE CORNER BT JAYHAM LEWIS
THE YARNTHAT J.HAM
LEWIS 0W3 365 NECK
ME 15 INCHES LONO.
WE HAVE NAIliD THIS KM BLUFF
TWICE AND UNLESS JJtAM 15 GOING INTO
tXlTTMAT OROUHOHOG THING
DRAMATIC NOTES Wf MfcARDARlVAL-
CRmC SAYTHAT fsOOWCER LIVING
HAS ANTWNG ON RUTH ST DENNIS
AND SINCE WF .SAW THE LADY Wt
WE CAN STATE THAT RUTM HA.DN1 AjJfN) YET RETAIN THEIR I DEALS. RL-
THING TO SPtAK OF ON HERSELF
NEXTWE REVIEW THE BJGCIRCtiS
IFWECtT OUft SEATS MCTRIOWCUi.
coming rose show will be dlacaased,
and arrangements ' will be made for
tho affair, the date of whlcb will also
ROBBERY ON WASHINGTON. -
PORTLAND, Or., April 19. (Spe
cial.) Two robbers bold up R. A.
Cowle, one of the proprietors of the
Crown Jewelry Co., Washington street
near Sixth, at I o'clock tonight They
secured $1000 worth of diamonds, 16
watchea, $13 In moneyall told $1200.
Two women looking In at the ahow
window on Washington atreet aaw the
whole affair but did not get "wise" to
what was up and did not give an
WILL IS PROBATED.
John C. Vaughan Made Administrator
of Mary Susan Vaughan Estate.
Tie will of tho late Mra. Mary Su
san VauKhan was admitted to probate
Wedneaday, and John C. Vaughan waa
The family Bible waa willed to Wil
liam O. Vaughan, a feather bed and
two nlllows to John C. Vaughan and
a mahogany rocking chair to Stone
wall J. Vaughan. One dollar waa do
vised to two dauRbtora. Mary Frailer
and .Virginia Cutting, and a aon, Hardy
Lonastreet Vaughan. Beventy-nvo
acrea In the William Vaughan dona
tion land claim waa willed to William
O. and John C. Vaughan, share and
ahare alike, and the remainder or tne
property was willed In equal parts to
Frank W., isora ana dwiiwii a.
Vamhan. and Viola Engle. Susan
Moody and Sarah McCown.
LETTER CONVICTS -HIM
McQAHUEY SENT BACK TO WASH
INQTON TO FACE CHARGE OF
BAN DON MINT.
Clarence W. McGahuey. charged
with willful abandonment of bta wife
In Douglasa county, Wash., waa turned
over to the cuatody of Sheriff Kelly
David, of Douglaas county, Wednes
day, and Waa taken to Waablngton.
McGahuey'a wife. Mra. Elva.H. Mc
Oahuey. awore to tho complaint whlcb
reeulted In her husband'e arrest, and
be was placed In Jail ty Deputy Sher
iff Miles last Thursdays -
Attorney George C. Brownell se
cured the release of McGahuey on a
writ of babeaa corpua and presented
hla case to Circuit Judge Campbell
Wedneaday morning. The defense
ran up ngaluat an Impossible proposi
tion. McGahuey having written a let
... n hla wife telllna- her of his In-
i.ntinn to ahandon her. Abandonment
of a wife la a penitentiary offenae In
The McOahueys were marnea i
Brewster, Wash., In September, 110.
He avera that aha called his mother
a "red headed fool." and that ahe read
novela and ld hla aupper
ready when ho came borne from work.
McGahuey haa been employed by the
H iwley Pulp V PPer Co., and went
with hla wife to her paronta' home In
Washington and returned to Oregon
City without her. George C. Brownell
la McCUhuey's attorney.
Read the Morning finterprtae.. :
THF FIGURE OF FATE.
rYHOl00fU5WA520HLRFlGUfiE WA5 1
THAT IW KULOsVY. SUM AND STRAIGHT
WITH EATIIG.BOTH EARLY ANO LATE
BOOT Ttf CLUKUnG HAS &Vl0.t BEGLW
HER SHAPE IS THE FIGURE OF ft
' PHOEBC SNOvV
V BY GNAT GOOOWIND
aTT7. Li. r vr nur iiiuru a
halt inc. t iriLwncn
WIFE QUITS HER JOB 173
ORE 0(1 HER HUSBANO BUT BE
CAUSE SHE ISTJRED OF WASH
IfIG DISHES .SOMETIMES IT IS
BECAUSE HER HUSBAND HAS BEEN
TOO GOOD TO HER . MY SERIES
OF ARTICLES WILLEJIOEAVDR TO
OUT THEIR WIVES ANO TO BECOME
INDEPENDENT OF FEUIWNE ASSEJAHH
NEXT ARTICLE; HOW TO MAKE PICKLES.
OF CITY COUNCIL
DISCUSSION MADE OF -SOLID
ROCK- ANO "LOOSE ROCK"
LOOSE ROCK CHARGED SOLD) ROCK
Fill on Lower Twelfth Street Ellmin
T atad Pool Room Ordinance
la Passed First
Council met In special session at 8
o'clock Wednesday evening with
quorum presentr" The pool room or
dinance, up for dlacuaalon at a pre
vloua meeting, waa read first time and
paaaed to the printer. The ordinance
received considerable dlacuaalon but
at that few rhangea were made from
tho draft aa read at the late meeting.
The principal clauses that will Inter
eat the general public are those re
quiring open fronta. almllar to thoae
ordered In tho saloons, and a cutting
out of cards and dice and like gamea
of chance, generally used for peuy
There waa an Impromptu dlacuaslon
of the overhead bridge at the Tweirtn
atreet creasing of the Boutnern racinc.
No repreaentatlve of the company waa
preaent and no plana aubmltted by the
company so that what little discussion
there waa on the aubject waa of an
A fill had been planned for on
Twelfth atreet. between Main and the
river, but property ownero being will
ing It waa decided to change the grade
at thla point and omit the fill.
The question of what the city la pay
ing for rock excavation on the atreets,
notably on Washington street at the
present point of excavation and on
that street between Eleventh and
Twelfth, was up for Ha ahare of dis
cussion. The fact was elicited that
the city la paying $275 per aquare
yThla led to a discussion of the differ
ence between loose rock nd ol
rock excavation It waa brought Into
the discussion that the price of $.
was not too much to pay for solid
rx work; It waa also shown , that the
rock now being taken out In Waab
lngton atreet excavation la looee lock
nd not aolld rock, and this haa been
the case In nearly all the excavation
work that the city haa ao far paid for
And $3.75 la said to be too much for
that claes of excavation. -
Where there are large and ainall
bouldera It mattera not how large they
are that la looee rock work and not
aolld rock. It Is solid rock when It
Is one mass of stone and It Is neces
sary to drill Into the rock and 1 blaat
In order to make headway. And It U
..Id that little of that class ; tt work
bas been encountered In the street
work on Oregon City treets.
It wss further shown that by some
error the keeping tab on then ty work
in the past had been done along the
nn. of calling loose rock work aolld
atone, and In thla an overcharge bad
been made against tha city In much of
Its Jmprovomont work.
patronise our adrertleere.
WELL FOR CHURCH
WITHIN THE YEAR HA
BEEN MARKED IN ALL DC
PORTLAND PRESBYTERY MAKES REPORT
Very IfiUreeting Session Held In Thl
City on Wednoeday Enthuoiaam
T Runs High Th rough tov.
The Wednesday session of the Pres
byterian presbytery, la session In this
City, opened at o'clock. Rev. S. O.
Finney, of Tillamook, conducted de
votional exercises. There were 60
ministers and elders present At 9:30
the routine work of the ' Presbytery,
conatatlng of reports from committees
and relative lo the work of the past
year waa begun and continued until
II o clock noonrwnen a receaa waa
taken for dinner. Dinner was served
In the parlors of the church, by the
ladlea of the church.
From 1 to 3 In the afternoon tne
several committees of the Presbytery
met for the transaction of buaineas.
Later each waa given time for report,
after which at 3 o clock Becretary
Knodell, of tho Ant! , Saloon League, of
Portland, made a short address on tne
work In his department and aa to how
It becomes a part of the uplift work of
. The eleetlon of commissioners to at
tend the General Assembly meet In
Atlantic Clt. N. J . May 18, resulted
In the choice aa delegatea of Rev.
imi and Rev. EL Nelson Allen, botn
of Portland. Rev. A. 8. Gilbert, of
Aainria. and Rev. Chas. Hayes, of
Portland, were chosen as alternates,
Elders chosen aa commissioners
mm Mr. Benntfleld. of the Third
.Church, Portland, and A. E. Frost, of
Oregon City. Anernaiea are ooorgo
Rcott of Piedmont church, and C. Ma-
aon, of Spokane avenue church, both
When the aeaalon of the afternoon
dosed the Preabytory adjourned to
meet Thureday In Calvary rreaoyier-
ian church. Portland. Many oi me
pastora and delegatea went to rory
Und for a miaatooary. meniing u
held In the First Presbyterian emiren
In Portland Wedneaday evening.
fltatlatlca renorted to the Portiano
Preahvterv here Wednesday Indicate
a decided rosy color for tne anaira oi
that denomination In the Preabytery
which extenda from Oregon uty to
iitnru There are 41 churches, with
total nrooertv valuation of $473,550,
and 10 manaea with a valuation of
$55,950. In the Preabytery there are
6043 communlcanta, a gain over last
year of 385. Thla gain baa been added
by confeaalon of faith, and 593 have
been admitted through certificate.
The Sunday achoola in the Preabytery
ahow a total enrollment of 6254, a gala
of 111 over 1910. Beetdee Doing sen
supporting the Preabytery has made
the following contributions to the
various boarda of the church: Home
missions, $9234; foreign missions,
$7798; education. $803; Sunday achool.
$932; church erection. $1725: minis
terial relief, $987; freedmen. $734; col
leges, $214t; temperance, $2618.
The total congregational expenses
for the year wero 1136.363. an Increase
for the year of $50,000. For all other
purposes the- disbursements were $10,
683 The total for Denevolences was
$26,972. and total for all purposes was
The Presbytery has a membership
of 60 ministers, 13 pastors. 7 stated
BuppHee. 13 home mlsalonarlea, 5 hon
orably retired, 1 evangelist, 1 teacher,
3 general church work, and 6 with no
During the year Rev. Robert Mc
Lean and Rev. Otto Hoffner were or
dalned. Four men have been installed
and two mlnlatera have died, Rev. Rob
ert Chrlstlnson. October 12, 1910, aged
85 years. 7 months. 12 days, and Al
bert Robinson, February 4, 1911, aged
6 Vhs?' figures will be presented to
the-General Assembly, and a petition
win be filed for the establishing of a
church at Arbor Lodrx
FISHERMEN ill SKIFF
CHASED BY OFFICERS
UNLAWFUL FISHING AT OSWEGO
LEADS TO A HOT CHASE OF
... vnnwn hv those who are
"wise" to condltlona on the riyer that
.... . . - - a In mm win
there la all tne time
tawtal fishing in the Willamette The
better class of fishermen are not only
obeying the law but many of them
a?eyrenderln- the m
his aseistanta' all the aid Vonlbls In
an effort to catch and punish those
who will not obey the law.
Tho regular fishermen In and about
thla city are law abiding cltlxena. and
while they feel that the l.w-or per
bapa It la better to aay the Interpre
tation of the law la loaded against
fishermen on the Willamette Riv
er, atlll all of the bettor
ins the law and rendering "'nc
to the cspture of those who are Ignor-
'"unlawful fishing has been continued
from the first. . Tuesday evening the
Water Bailiff, an under officer to tha
Elsh Warden, discovered fishermen
nlylng their trade near Oswego. A
chase waa made but the culprits got
swsy. not. however, without a good
.care and a bard pull down atreara
with the officers of the Isw In hot pur-
"whlle the fishermen got away tbey
Good consistent adver
tising in The Morning:
Enterprise pays. It lias
proven so with tts.
Prico Broo. "
A. A. Prico, Mgr.
JUST AN ILLUSTRATION. -
Since Januarr-1 of this year
there haa been received at the
local Wells Fargo express office
223 C O. D. packages, nearly all
of them, coming from Eastern
mall order houaee. Their value
can only be estimated. How do
the mall order' bouses get this
business for cssh? The answer
simple. ' By advertising. Local
merchanta should take these fig-
nres to their hearts. The lesson
is plain. You had better have the
cash business that the mail order
bouses are obtaining by the use
of printefa Ink. -
left tbelr net neta behind, which were
taken possession of by officers. There
were three In the party of uniawrui
fishermen. They were at work In a
llaht skiff and when disturbed and
chased tbey made fast time in tbelr
Releaaod bv the Grand Jury.
Wm. Woods, accused of pointing his
run at W. F. Schooley and the party
of men and women in his auto Satur
day evening, and bound over to the
grand Jury by Jnatice Samson, waa re
leased by the Jury on Tuesday. School
ev wonders what it would tak to
cause thla lury to bold a man tor inai
for. It la aoidL the man admitted point-
ja the gua and saidUln extenuation
of the error'tnat ne was a iuu u
hasty. - ' ' '
BRIDGE AGAlIi OPDI
TO USE BY PUBLIC
ROTTEN TIMBERS IN THE LONG
SPAN CAUSED IT TO GIVE
WAY UNDER LOAD.
The Gladstono-Parkplace bridge
serosa the Clackamaa River haa been
ao far repaired that teama are permit
ted to again cross It. The damage
done to the bridge by the heavy steam
aane Dlow that attempted to cross on
Tuesday evening will not toul over
$200. With a little care and prepara
tory work It waa possible to back the
nrine off the bride Wwdnesdsy with
out the bent on which It rested, and
which made the trouble, going Into
th river. Then It waa a short mat
ter to make It aafe to light vehicles,
which wss done.
The bridge Is a light on and was
not built to sund extra heavy traffic.
When It waa rebuilt four years sgo It
was thought safe to leave two of tho
old needle beama In place, and It was
the crushing of the soft timber In
one of these that made the trouble.
It la the purpose of Roadmsster Jag
gar and County Judge Beetle to re
place these with new ones in the be
lief that If properly repaired the
bridge will do service. In safety, for
.three r four yeara more. At that
time a new bridge will be needed, and
It Is believed that the traffic by that
time will make " wise to put .In a
The engine that did the damage Is
one of the large plow engines, called
cataplllar and made for hauling a gang
of plowa. that are being Introduced In
thia section now, weighing upwards of
eight tone, and was more than the
bridge could sustain. The bridge Is a
light structure and not Intended to
carry over eight tons when new. The
bridge Is composed of a short ap
proach on the north end. a main apan
of about 30 feet, a short span and a
short aouth approach. It waa the 30
foot span that gave down, making the
During the time that the bridge was
closed a number of autoa crossed the
railway bridge a abort distance furth
er up stream. This was a dangeroua
expedient aa trains were due at any
time hut a few men preferred to take
the risk to making a Journey around
by the next bridge up stream, a dis
tance ot a miles, one autolst had lust
turned his machine off th south end
of the 8. P. bridge aa a tram entered
at the north end, ao close waa the
connection between trains.
$50.00 Given Away
This ad la worth ISO In cash to the first sis P""'""- Clair
moot Acreage Tracta No. -, acroe; all In oultlvat Ion; otoef t
W. F. SCHOOLEY & CO.
Phonet Paclflo M40. Home A-164. . 12 Main St. Oregon City.
GOOD ATTENDANCE OF MEMBERS
AND FRIENDS SPEECHES
RIPE FOR OCCASION. .
OSCIC RALLY OF ROYAL K30THS
: -. ' ' '
program One of the Best Speeches
Bristling With Boost Banquet
Blending With Exuberant
. Jollity. r
There was a goodly attendance of
the membera of the Oregon City Com
mercial Club out laat night at the
third annual banquet In the banquet
hall of the Maaonlc Building. J. E.
Hodges, president of tne Commercial
Club, was toastmaater, and presided
with bla usual distinction and easi
ness. The speakers were Judge Thom
as F. Ryan, C. C Chapman, oi tne
Portland Commercial Club, Giioert i
Hedges, Colonel Robert A. MlUer and
City Superintendent of SchooU Too.
Judge Ryan talked in favor of ex- (
tending the boundariee of tho city and -
urged the construction oi naro. sur
faced atreete. - Mr. Chapman talked
along the booster lines, showing what
la being done by tne commercial iw
lea In Portland and other sections of
the 8tate. , ' '
The toaatmaater read a letier w
Judge T. A. McBiido, In which mai
venerable Jurist regrewea m
tack of la grippe prevented his at
tendance at the banquet, uhdotx
Hedgea gave a breezy talk and gave
hla lino P tor an uregou uij m
baU team that he aald would heat
McCredle'a aggregation, i ne
Is 1 Stipp, pitcher; Geo. A. Harding,,
catcher: John Adama. firA base; O.
B. Dlmlck, aecond base; Clyde Mount,
short atop; B, U Holman, third baae;
Frank Busch, right field; Charles H.
Dve. center field; W. S. ITRon, left
"e)?Ji t mn nrvmA tha Btlmulatlon
of a community apirlt and an educa-
the affair ;
. Thoae preaent at tne nanqu
J E. Hedgea, Thomae F. Rya, .
W. Baker. R. L Holman. A. Bigger.
C. C. Chapman. M. Moaessohn, Fred
Hogg Dr. IL S .Mount. Colonel R. A.
Miller r J. 8. Tooie, Grant -.cGilb
l! Hedges. W. B. HoweU,
T. u Charman. E. C. Dy. D. C. Ely.
C. W. Rlsley. Jamea r,r"""'
Warner. Henry Salisbury. Charles Bol-
S T. Avlson. W. L. Mulvey. R. W.
r: T a oi.lnv Henrv Streblg. J.
J.ooko," Franklin T. Griffith, WS-
U'Ren, George a. riai"".
le Frank J. Lonergan. Uvy Stipp.
John Busch. Carl A. Schram. k. r.
Rands. R. O. Young a x.
W. Evans, H. K. aruJ; " W
M D Latourette, E. A. Chapman, W.
A. Huntley, J. T. Ciark.M. A. Mago"
H. S. Moody, u. r.
Parker. Charles Thompson, y. '
j B Falrclough, William Wliaon.
Theodore Osmund. U Gordon Edward
Sheahan. O- Dv ;T. W. lj aonM.
J. Laxelle. B. Jack, J. rU J'it
son. Earl LuU. E. S. Follanabe J Frank
Busch. C. 8. Noble. Henry OMalley,
Le J. Caufleld. ,
SEVERAL SOCIALISTS WIN.'. '
SAN FRANCISCO. April IS. (Spa
tial.) Frank K. . Mow , ana .
Booth, both Soctallata, were nominal
ed for mayor In Oakland yeabsrday.
Th counting of th ballota aurpnaea
many. Also th lx candidates i"
school directors will go on the ticket,
and one commissioner and tho auditor.
Looka'ta If the party eul wtsi li
several Instances at tneovv
r-mA T.a lfornlng Enterprlae. ,