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' IgbtcrlptlOM 1" Morning
1 lBrprlM will bo receive for
! yur nUr tod,y
! .Vd ot bonoflt of low prloo.
Tho only dally newspaper bo- V
twee Portland and talon t olroto- O
lata In ovory oootion of CUmIw ,
mil County, with a population of
30,0Oa Aro you an advortlaorf a)
VOL. 1 No. 89
OREGON CITY, OREGON, F1UDAY, APHIL 2t, 1911.
Per Week, 10 Cents
READY TO FIGHT
TO BITTER END
pBANCIS jMADERO WILL NOT
LAV DOWN ARMS UNTIL DIAZ
Ill WAIT UNTIL THIS EVENING
MaoVO Not Saoklng tho Proaldaney
and Will Agroo to Aocapt Any
Suitabla Peroon Inataad - -of
El, I'ASO. Texas, April .0. (Hpe-i.l-rranrla
I. Madura lat tbla af
ternoon gave out n'' l"t dn to
ma M'l' n government. This In ana-
Wrr a.roqueat that ho grant an
"All thnl tho Federal want la time
to brlnf up mora reinforcements. I
will Klo I'lai li hour a to realgn.
"Thn jM'Hr cominaalun came umif
(dally and anked under what terma I
would niuke peace. I a'ulit 1 would
ijrrri. nit I have already a!d 4o.Dr.
Cnmi't, thntrft the"" Interest of peaco I
: would rriilgn as provlalunal president
of Mrili-o, but only If I conaldor that
tho will f tho people haa own aat la
ded, niliirwlae th revolution will con
tinue, notwithstanding my peace n-
"I kimw the ipio want ine rotire
nmt of Ila and no re-lectlon. For
that irMM 1 will accept aa provla
Inual ir ildi'nt any ono of tho mem
ber of tho VroapntHrablnt't who will
Tcall a n-w election.
"In ni thla ctindltlon la agreed up
on, we want Juarcs to bo delivered to
a, and then an armlatlco will bo
"I will wait until tomorrow evening
to hear thp-Teault of tho peaco nego
tiations, which. ro being directed by
Dr. vKiuca Oomes. If tomorrow night
o ancr cornea I will commence hoo
tlllllrn" Uti-r. when talking to friends, Ma
otto ald: -
"I do not want tho Preeldency. t
ta wllllnc to aacrlfleo everything
ralth. position, family Hume and oven
r life for tho cauao of Mexico;' Dias
MKht not to hoaltate to aacrlfleo tho
aonltlon that he haa held for 30 year
lor the cauao of hla country."
It la evident that Madero la not will
tng to iruat Dias, and porhapa few
oihtra who have been tarred by the
old government pitch. That ho meana
what he aayo la. generally believed;
ind that ho will ttontlnue to fight un
ion ho geta what ha think tho poo
pie are entitled to la a good gueag.
WILL FIGHT BEETLES.
ttatt to Join the United Statoa In an
Effort to Save Timber.
8ALKM. Or., April 20. (Special.)
Tha State Hoard of Foreatry la to Join
the I'nllod Btatea government In fight
ing the beetle peat, that la killing off
much timber In tho State.
Much timber In tho eaatern part of
th 8iHie haa been apolled. We hope
to formulate plana that will put an
nt to the peat," la what member of
h board aay.
BIG MEET PROMISED.
Ortgon city High School Haa Accept
d Among Other School.
C0IIVAI.LI8. Or. Aprtf 30. Tho In
illation, of the Oregon Agricultural
Collcte to tho high ochoola of the
8ut to aend their athletea to the In
'rtrholiiHtlc track meen May 19 and
JO haa received hearty reaponae, uc-
ttntanna nl u.nla- having ham rtt-
wlvad already, Including thoao at
Pove, Hood River, Daker City, Oregon
City, Aatnrln, M ml ford, Salem, Pendle
ton, Euaone, Enterprlae, Woodburn,
lTftlnn All...... n 111. ,Va Dai4.
-.ii, mutiny, uurvaiiia, -
"id Wnslilngton, Jefferaon, Columbia,
mil Military, and Allen'a preparatory
Special Booster Day
American people "like to bo
""mbu0Bd"-but not on tho clothoa
uy. .. MAN TO MAN '
Mil tho beat olotheo made In
. trttm at anaxlal rarfuetlona oft
wtt.r Day. r" . '
Hot Like Otaora
th and Main Sta.
WSff&Pl T0 m
COn.SFRnNF SFNTRYr WAMMn I
- w ' irv ' lutiJiumi wruuw. iiUAJnHir XPUlWlnU.
0FABSF.C0N N.I HFSAY.S ih. hhu,,,, ut
lt IJ VlilBLE ON THIS BONE
MEANS SNOWONTHE" I3TH
IF ThlS SIGNFAIIS WF Wll I
OT OUT THF UFATHFR lYiPf:
AND Luc FOR SPRING
P0EM5 AND LOCAL TIMETABLES
OUR ILLUSTRATED INTERVIEW.
t kloT nu.BOa
WI00W5 COT m KITTY
BUT ITJ LIKE T05AY
THAT IWGITTW 50RE ON,
SPlFli fiRHllT Mil eV.
ERS.AINT THFRF ANYTHING FUNNY
IN KAfKTJRIVERS OR FIREMEN? ANOAINT
SOMEff THE NEWSPAPEflMUTTS SOME
C0niU7VW,CriA(UrDKTDtN 13 A
Ll THi. WIHCft BtlW PQvy )
, -I'tT tux . "
THE 0NF.SY0I) HAVE TO TELL
PICTURES OF PROMINENT POINTS
ALONG THE LINE WILL TELL
STORY OF CONSTRUCTION.
There baa been conalderablo pro-
Rrrma on the conaUaictlon work on the
Clarkamaa ' Southern Railway since
thj laat report In tho columna of tho
Moinlng Enterprlae. There la but a
llttlu work to do to flnlrfh up to the
niKhan pile of rock a, and then the
rnmnlnlnv tnomhitra of the rnnaime
Hon crew will be taken around that
barren apot ana aet to work on tne
other aide and out towarda the Denver
Crock end of tho lino.
The ureater portion of tho conatnic
tlon crew have been working; acroaa
the ravine for aeveral daye, and have
made quite a hole In the aide f the
hill. Additional men will be put to
work the coming week nd the work
miatiA.1 Shan A aa faat aa noaalble. A
little later another itanu will be put
to work further aneaa, ana wnei Tne
mnil run aettlea down to bUHlnertO
and the engineer haa hla work well In
hand a third fane; will ''break in
anmewhere elae alone; the line.
Th mail mnA Ita aToavatlona are to
. II W -'V
be photographed today to show to the
people or tma county wnai ia nii
done. Certain people are. wllllnir o
believe what they can aee, and little
bcaldea. And certain or tneao people
are living In hopea that tne new ran
..v win h hullt hut thev are a lltrle
timid aa to tho ability of the bualnera
men of thla city aocompnoning u ana
are afraid that the road la more or leaa
wind. Taoae photographa, to do taaen
from time to time, will ahow Juat what
la belnu done from week to week and
convince the timid public that the
board of the new Clackamaa Southern
la composed of men who have mo
nerve to tackle a hard Job, ana 10 o
ahead and complete It.
The people living out along the lino
are generally Very favorable to the
i.,.iMin. r,t the road and willing to do
their part to aeo It made a aucceao.
Thla aentlment ia growing imm
. -i - nrith ih. roaitwav Of the line
creeping out towarda Heaver Creek,
the flrat objective point on the line,
Knnmtnff mora and more
confident In the ultimate auoceaa or
tho project and the people living In
the city ana along me line are unfil
ing; up their purae atrlnga materially,
within a few dava tho columhe of
the Morning Enterprlae will contain
photographa of the conamon or pro
greaa along the line, which will tell
the atory much better than worda can
MRS. WARE PETS DECREE.
Vexatloua Divorce Caao Ende In a De
cree for Mri. Belle Ware.
Borne two weeka ago Rev. John
Ware filed milt for divorce fftln"'n
wlfa. Delle Ware. Mm. War then
filed a counter' charge agalnat ware
and aaked that the decree be given
bor. Very aerloua chargea were m(H
In the complaint filed by Mr. Ware
and Ker attorneyo and W8,"" ,M,"t"
that the chargea be modified. This
waa done, the caae heard, and Mra.
Ware given a decree, with the cus
tody of the children and a monthly
allowance of $25. '
The Warea have not been getting
on well together for aome time, and
1 V- v
TO BE PHOTOGRAPHED
DT WML I UUULr ALL
WEEKLY FINANCIAL LETTER
NEW YDRK:A RUMOR OF A WSUL STREET
FIRM LOSING Z DOLLARS IN REAL MONEY
PROVES UNF OUNDED. CLEARING HOUSE HAD '
DlDtVPn CmTVDAinDC iu urrrc cuntun
iLaHJiiu ii i uu ill riMi in. i in r yiuhijiit
P808 0ET0lTOfMY5JCHTATOflCE MEX-
Itr'HTIMtl twt nrw lorn. Zr
50MET1ME5 HAPPENS .
I , --w-a M i -L '
BYLDRAJAME LIPPY AUTHOR
fcf 2o8 SRH5MS.ALL 50LD.WaE SOAEWJIM
I VMJIUVMM (MUM n.TT.I. NkgUMk
you. m ir vow wiit t'Lm
KuT tm boon ommmmtrt "AJtsLi
TOW OFFATrttt IFMETHIMGtTIN
mJTHF HABIT Of IflAFlWf, MOUND VflRHIICF Hf
. WIUTW3I GEORGE TO flAYPIrtOCHLf .CO TO BUR
LESQUE SHOW CSAVE OUT OH H15 SALARY. HE
BTPFKHiM IffTO KnnnnnS ORfSSFS THAT BtfTTDfl
i pritt WIW WTwHtRE 13 PUTJ 1M WI5E
niirii i i ii j lit .1 1 jm i fin .r u iu
BUT NEW TO Y0U.FATHER IS THE ONE WHO
FIRST Sffo THAT Lire IF15URANCE IS BUNK
felRLS.GIVE FAltlERTHE HOOK ON HIS
iVFRY FIRST APPEARAMCE. c,ZZ0
KjuawTUM SUF "MIANS IN0UCH SUFFRAGISTS
th IneTltable outcome waa a aepara
tUm, which haa come. While each
aide to tbe dlapute charges the other
with vexatloua dellnquenclea. It ta
very probable that both are charge
able with error and that the trouble
la not all on ono aide.
Two Indlcttnonta Handed Down.
The grand Jury Thuraday returned
an Indictment against E. W. Keller,
who la charged with larceny from a
atore. Keller la In Jail.
An lni1lfMmnt waa also returned
agalnat H. C. Donaker, who la charged
with, pointing a gun at i. w. Alien.
Bonaker haa agreed to aurrender him-
aelf to tbe court.
SINGLE TAX TALK
BY MR. W. S. U'REN
CLACKAMAS GRANGE WILL HOLO
PICNIC AND OPEN MEETING
SATURDAY, APRIL 29.
The next regular monthly meeting
of Clackamaa Orange will bo held on
Saturday, April 29, at which time there
will be a picnic and an open meeting.
Clackamaa Grange haa voted to have
an address on aome subject of Interest
to the general public on these month
ly occaalona, and arrangements aro be
ing perfected to make the aerlea en
tertaining and Instructive.
At the meeting April 29 W. 8. U'Ren
will be the speaker for the afternoon
and he will give them a talk on -Single
Tax-" After tho close of the ad
dreaa all present are to be permitted
to aubmtt questions for anawer, and
so far as Is possible to do so on the
spur of the moment Mr. U'Ren will
answer the questions propounded.
Patronlco our advertisers.
But they are going tofereak tho
law again today by ohowlng how
A VERY GOOD COMEDY
HOW DORIS TOOK THE COUNT.
DORIS WAS An AIRY O
SHFWFIGHFD RUT 97
AND SHE SflAhxD UP TOWARD HLA7EN
M QUICKLY LEARNED TO AVI 8
COPPED ALL THE WLTUntH 5IGM3
AND DIDNT EVEN HE5ITATE
TD CROSS THE APPF 9999 1
2 MASTER ALL TWE TRICKS
THE DAK ING GIRL WD MET AND 1
tCW HAvTBffMmaFOft LlSt TW TWS
FUReiHL3 uNUtK FORTY.
WHY WL1J ID A WOMAN
RATHER HM A BUHCH OF VIOLETS
THAN ATON Or COAL "
AHOUSE AND LOT WILL 6EGIVEN
FOR A CORRECT ANSWER
iVr ttTTLt JYMAHtUVt,
MA A MtAN iHC ALU ITS OWN .
SI&NSEEN IN NtWfOBK
ON FINE LADIES WASTES
FIRST AID TO DESERTED HUSBANOS'
BY GNAT bOODWIND
ACaUMN DEVOTED TO THE SOLE INTEREST
OFAHmCKTO NEGLECTED CLASS OF DUBS
OCT YOUR QUPCR IN EARLY .
Of PERRY OKI A
RODE 350 MILES)
TOFJfi ER A KANSAS
fl'junivE.rwi i I
ui l u urn nrnn
W CITY AIS XAAIFn
n vnn nru r r
axaj - iff. w OIbJ Oj W
4881 MILES TD CONSULT A
PALMIST IN CHICAGO .WHO WINS?
use buggS hair inspiker ;
FOUR COLORS IN EVERY BOTTLE .
SECOND ANNUAL SMI
ENTRIES FOR THE HORSE SHOW
8ATURDAY ARE NUMEROUS
AND PROMISE WELL.
The second annual horse show will
bo nulled off Saturday and tho Indies
tlona are that It will prove very auc-
auccessful. Already there have been
many entries and the-books are atlll
open to all who wish to show some
good animal either In tho draft, coach
or light horse standard. Following Is
the premium list by classes: - .
Best draft stallion, any breed. $25
ik am ;
Best draft mare, grade or pure bred,
Best grade draft colt, under two
yeara, $5, $2.50.
Get of sire, four colts under two
avMMtAfl with aire. 110. 15.
Produce of dam. two coke under
four yeara old, exhibited with aara, so,
Beat draft team, to weigh not less
than 2700 pouuds and properly hitched
to heavy wagon or true, .
Best coach, hackney or Cleveland
Bay stallion, 110, &.
tlon t .rianh nr eeneral nurpoae team,
properly hitched to light wagon or
carriage, iiu, .
I Ink Unrtii.
n, .t.nrim-it l.red atalllon. $10, $5.
KmuI mare over 2
r ll EA
...norj hrmi roit. under I
lrn i mauuniu '
n.'t rivino- team. Rce horses
barred. To be properly hitched to
light carriage, $10, $5.
Best alngle anver. n - -barred.
To be properly hitched to
light carriage. $3. $2-60.
Best saddle horse. $5.
Best Shetland properly hitched to
cart or buggy. 5, $2 50.
Ruloa Governing Oregon City Horse
Tho committee reserves the right of
the final Interpretation of 11,ru,e'
and decisions In cases where rules do
nAU "houses competing for premiums
must be entered for same before 9
"clock . m.. the day of the show,
AlAll horses competing for prmtan
are required to participate In the pa-
"Additional premiums, entries not
necessary, are moat comic rig in pa
rade. $10; best decorated rig In pa-
"noo!. Day. with It. horse .how. to
the one local event of the year
Is the opportunity of tho to "J
the farmer boy to clean up the , bet
nag" on the farm and show It off for
the dellRht of your friends and to the
aaUsfacflon o.W And a. It cost,
nothing In this case It Is wise to in
?.rVat " the bny. .till on the farm In
:. . . ..ikino' that la out OI l"6
or-d.naVy and that will get thm awa
from tho usual monmunj ,
and fann Ufa. .
GOVERNOR WEST COMING.
Oovroor West" will be in this city
today AW will talk to. the pupils of
the Oregon City High school at .11
o'clock. ' -
aaw fitr 1 I Ta i l aajav
AN EDUCATED JAP j
TALK OF AMERICAN-JAPANEE
WAR NONSENSE, 8AY8 MR.
WAR WOULD BE A CRIME INDEH)
No War Between Educated Clasaao
But Graoplng Ignorance May
Some Day Got Into tho
Tbe following letter waa handed us
by a friend of Mr. .Tamura, with the
belief that Its publication will Interest
many people in this section of the
West. Mrs. Eva Emery Dye, whoie
sons studied at Pacific University, and
who knew Mr. Tamura well, aa tlso
Mrs. Clinton Latourette, both, fer-l that
he Is wrltlne aa bo feels Dersonally
land that ho la a man who tells what
he does tell truthfully. The opinion
among bis friends here Is that If he
was not In accord with the aentlment
t nroanpri he would have at least held
his peacer but In no wise would he go
on record in a manner Intended to de
President Tt at stars Tamura. a trad-
unto of Pacific University in the class
of 1876, and who for many years now
has been at the head of the Kyoto
Seminary, an Influential school In Ja
pan, writes as follows in a private let
ter: - "Mnrh haa Via an aald ahout a war
between America and Japan, but this
Is all nonsense. This snsu not ana
cannot come to reality. True,-there
has been a great deal of anti-Japanese
feeling among the laboring classes In
tho United States, but I am perfectly
confident that the upper classes sre
sa frlendlv toward JaDan aa ever. The
I t i or ilwuii Innka nnnn America' as
mother Qf civilization, a ataunch friend,
of Japan, and will never, go to war
unless compelled to do so for self-de-rna
Dnr common sense tells ns
that war does no good to either na-.
Tint at that It mav he that th9 bet
ter element In Japan will ,"loe the
anititla' in rasa there ta nublio agita
tion, oven when they wish to keep
nt nf rnnfllot in the relcn ot terror
in France the better element waa not
In accord with the atrocities commit
tw hut th hatter element lost eon
trol. In our own conflict over slavery
ihwa wi loRt control that led to
the war In both North and South.
Had wisdom prevailed - the slavery
mioatlnn would have heen settled -wim
out bloodshed so In all matter of
There Is no danger from the educat
ed men of Japan. There Is no danger
from the educated men and women of
any nation; the danger cornea from
the lawless" and Ignorant cIhsb, that
are stampeded by designing men. Al
If there is ever war neiween mis na
tion and Japan It will bo because of
stampede of the Ignorant classes in
thla country or Japan, or both, and
that to whattnust bo figured on. Jn
It to not wise for the American peo
ple to be lulled into sleep because the
hotter element of Japan wishes to fon
ttnuo friendly relatione with America.
Our Philippine possessions and our
Hawaiian possessions excite tho cu
pidity of tho Japanese people es
pecially the Ignorant and grasping
element. And some day that element
of tho Japanese cltlienshlp Is Rolrg
to break loose and then it will be
Aricsn soldiery to shoot
a good many heads from that class of
shouldera before tne Japs as ci.
will wake up to tho fact that ibo
American Is a dangerous enemy to
At that there la little doubt but Mr.
Tamura will personally regret tho day
that his people step over the danger
line, from humanitarian motives in
which he Is Joined by few his own
WIGWAM IS CAPTURED
BY FIFTY RED
SURPRISE IS FOLLOWED BY AN
ENJOYABLE BANQUET, WITH
The Decree of Pocahontas met in
Its Wigwam on Wednesday evening,
and after tho regular routine of busi
ness hsd been completed tho mem
bers of this order were taken by sur
prise when 50 membera or mo neumcu
rushed In and took possession of tho
Tho .urpris. w. complete,
an atrirll-asa hV W. La. LUtle.
Great United States representauv 01
oka T m nenvaiH rtrdar of Redmen. the
membera of both organizations wer
Invited to tho .adjoining banquet nan,
where a supper had been prepared.
The toast master of tho evening waa
W. L. Little,' and other members of
the order responded to toasts. Tbe
affair was a most enjoyable one, and
will long be remembered by tho ladles
of Pocahontas. After supper wa en
Joyed tho remainder of the evening
was spent in dancing, the music being
furnished by tho Wills orchestra, of
this city. " '
During the meeting of tho Degree
Of Pocahontas preceding tho banquet
20 appllcatlona from membera ot tho
Redmen were received, besides sev
eral women who wished to become
members of this order. --
The Degree of Pocahontas Is mak
ing great preparations for the anni
versary, which-will occur on May 3,
at which time the beautiful robes win
be worn by the members. v The lm-
preaslve ceremony will bo attended
Good consistent adver
tising in Tbe Morning
Enterprise pays. It lias
proven so with us.
by tho members of tho Red men Order
and tbe Degree or Pocahontas. The.
robes are belna: made In tho East, and
no doubt will arrive by that time.
Thousand Letters a Month Received
at O. A. C. Experiment 8tation.
Mn than 1 non lttra a month are
being received In one department of
tho O. A. C. experiment station, aome
of these ask for bulletins, some astf
fot arivlrn on a -aneciflc aublect. but
by far the largest number are from
prospective colonists who wisn more
authentic Information than can be oe
cured from commercial clubs.
Demands for bulletins are coming
from England and South Africa, Chlhu
an.! Phil and from tlmn to time near
ly every largo agricultural country in
the world haa been neara rrom. i on.
together with the number of requests
that are coming from farming com
munities an over tne tsiaie ior insti
tutes. Is very encouraging, to :th ile
nnrtmont. The fact, however, that the
experiment station waa refused funds
to continue thla eaucationai worn
among the-farmers tempers thla self
congratulation. 1 NEHRBAS MUST PAY ALL.
In tho trial In Circuit Court of the
case of M. Merwin and D. O. Dove va
Dr. H. 8. Nehrbas to recover a $630
nnta tha nlalnttff hetnar represented
by George C. Brownell and William
atnna and th rierenaant nv j. v.
T j ton reft and John r. Clara, me jury
brought In verdict for tho plaintiff for
SINGLE TAX TOPICS
UP FOR DISCUSSION
ECONOMIC LEAGUE HAS MADE
CHOICE OF SUBJECTS FOR
' EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES
- The National Economic" League, a
Single Tax organisation, has been con
sidering the proposition of subjects
for discussion that may interejt tho
general public. To that end It haa
had prepared a aerlea of subject and
aubmltted them to tho council of tho
k.nii a In nrAnnnderanm of iFtereSt.
Tk. Kniint. showed that the subject
"niroot lAB-lalatlon including di
rect primary nominations, direct elec
tion of Unitea states senator, ium.
nn rAfarAndnm and recall" waa the
subject of the most Interest. Thla was
followed In popularity by "Inefficiency
and delay or tne couna iu me umiu
lstratlon of Justice."
The Council of tho National Econo
mic League has a membership of about
800, representing equally, in propor
tion to population, every State In the
Union. In ita membership are presi
dents of universities, professors. Judg
es, lawyers, bankers, merchants, manu
r.a Atv Thna it will be seen
that the desire to hear from such a
widely diversified class or listener ia
lmnat rprtsln to be Indicative of the
desires of the country at large. With
that knowledge it is the intention m
the league to give tho two sublects
noted above especial consideration tne
coming year with a view to dissemi
nating knowledge aioug ui
dlcated. " ' .
The public Is awaking to th fact
that things are wrong governmental
In many Instances, and that changea
TTniAsa a man studies the
proposiyon he cannot expect to learn
much. And that he may atudy and
learn, and In the end vote according
hi. naw.fnnnd enllsbitment. this
league has designed to Interest tho
public In theae new governmental to
Dies In the hope that much good may
come from it. - ,
Tho ruinations cnosen ror wnwui
consideration tho coming year aro two
;,hat have been g ven more or less
thought In thla State in tho pa3i, so
that they do not come xo me pwiim
here with as full force as they will in
certain portion of the East. At that
they cannot bo given too serious con
sideration t this time, for certainty
reform along the llnea touched on are
$50.00 Given Avray
it tja-a- . ,
This ad la worth $50 In cash to tho first six purchaser of Clalr
mont Aoroago Tracto No. 9 m aoroa; all In cultivation; cloao to'
chool; macadam road, and on Clackamaa Southern Electric R. R,
now building, price now only $879 per tract; S30O eaah, balance 10
per month. This price will soon double.. Com, today and close th
W. F. SCHOOLEY Cl CO. . J
DUaMjiI B axilla U DA ll vaa A.4Kat 141 aVA t Okk Mum. lu
PORTLAND JUNE 7-9
THIRD ANNUAL CONVENTION OF
NORTHWEST MUSIC TEACH
- ERS ASSOCIATION.. . w
Tho. Musicians of Four States to Join
In This Convention Concerts, .
Conferences and Choral
PORTLAND. Or., April 20. (Spe
cial.) Musicians of the Northwest
will gather at Portland Juno 7, S and
9 for the third annual convention of
the Northwest Music Teacher' As
asu.larinn Orpfnn Washlnzton. Ida
ho and Montana are' included In the
organization and the coming meeting
will be a gathering representing me -musical
talent of the four States.
A banquet will be held tho first ev
ening' andVlll be marked by address-'
es and toast by prominent musician.
Th econd and third evenings will b
devoted to concerts. , "
Morning sessions will bo givenmt
to educational conferences, embracing
vocal, instrumental, theory and. public
school music. Well informed people
on musical subject will present pa
per along these various line and a
discussion will follow each paper. Af
iternoon seaslona will be varied with
A manuscript concert win no one oi
the feature of the convention. Tho '
CT.liai - m
program committee l anxioua iu
reach all Nortnwesi compuwr. " ,
this concert Any composer who will
furnish manuscript are asuea u in
form the chairman of the committee,
Mrs. Alice Brown Marshall, E51 Ladd
Mrs. Rose Hanacom ana Mrs. no
Bloch Bauer will be among the solo
ist and W. II. Boyfer wm give oo-
evenlng to choral worn. " .
The convention, coming n
. , r, BA.lval ob. Will KlVO
those in attendance an opportunity to
enjoy thla great floral reto. id mnr
' M,rti win ha held at
hour not conflicting with tho principal
eventa of the carnival ana mow at
tending tho convention can avail them
selvea of carnival excursion rate.
WIN III THE DEBATE
THE CITY BOY MAKES THE BET
TER HUSBAND DECISION OF
iri.. johatA hstwaen tho ladle at ',
Clalrmont Wednesday evening wa a
very entertaining event. Tne queo .
was. "Resolved. That the City Boy
Makes a Better Husnana man m
Country Boy." . The affirmative won;
. . . i . nhtmnlnnaA hV MlSSOS
niia Tarkaon. Antoinette Knppenbend-
er and Gene Maxwell. Th negative
wa argued by Mlssea Btnei uau, num.
Kruzman and Maine moom.
-v. .ntartainmnnt advertised for
April 29 by tho Clalrmont literary ao
clety, to be th last one oi m- "1"
has been postponed to May . Thero
will be a small charge and the money
ta to go to tho rair nootn.
m. uunn ' there will bo
course ot entertainment given, begin-
nlng in tho fall, and th money wm a-
to tho establishment oi '
connection with the Clalrmont school.
The debate next wonneu, -will
be. -Resolved. That the Auto I.
a Great Nuisance to tho Country. .
Read tho Morning enterprise. '