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will b rolv for
"""MUd tlm at
' Vh.oilt of low art.
Tho only datly nwpapoe
twesn Portland and Salon) elroa 4
latoa In ovary aoetlon of Clack- 4
mil County, with a population of
30,000. Are "you an advertiser
VOI, 1-No. 92
OREGON CITY, OREGON, TUESDAY, APRUx.25, 1911,
Peb Week, 10 Cents
WOULD HEAD OFF
CAN THEY CUT THE WOOD?
IVIRY trFORT TO 81 PUT FORTH
T0 SAVE THE PIT OP
IQOCRATSAND INSURGENTS TO JOIN
. M a a Aluti am Rua w
i,nty or nop- w w
Topic But Tariff Bo
Pulling , tho
WASHINGTON, April 14. (Special)
Those old Htnnd pttf rs, tho tool
t th corporation and grabber of
,ry rt. re planning to at tneir
ttdH hirl and hold to all thoy havo
otttn by nil klndi of plot ting In tho
. . . . . . . i
Mil, tnd l that end toe iooib or inn ;
robber Wiron in tne ornsie "i m
I'nlird Htat'-x are fanning to fight to
ik last t1if-Ii Ther ahall bo no turn
print IHi '!" '"1n n1
f.ct that half Ibo party went over
trad In iho Unt campaign bocauao of.
maapst tart Ira teaches thorn naught
hft mum obey tho crack of the
hip and i I held by tho boaaoa.
"The ax'h-litlo of I bono aland pattern
iU PrLitt. Is to lvo mombert free
rtl9 In tnlMng on everything but the
Ufltt. thru If tho Benatora on tho
tittr ild "f" wart onougb to plan
Mttkr th- turiar up, In face of their
opputitlon. they will so amend and
pitrh It together that It will appear
ridiculous mid In that way tboy hope
to Meal It
The "hole plan la to block tariff
ltilatlnn first of all, then If they
tu btd off anything alao all well
ut ood lint first of all there-must be
itoy pt any tampering with the
ant. There la only one thing to fear
-tat Dcmorrata and Insurgents may
JtH bind, and then defeat them.
Mt Wolrerton's . decision In the
Hauui Hunt hern raolflc land grant
mi. If sustained by higher courta,
anntbat I.S70.OO0 acre of valuable
ttaWivid agricultural land will ome
yfrtl rown open to entry.
k Urn dumurrer of the Southern
fir Company to the Government'
anlilnt Judae Wolverton decided
il point in the Government favor,
tmillng the demurrer and placing
!ttilWKtlna of th complaint In l-
UNCLE TAXERS QUARREL.
PORTLANO. Or., April 24. (Spe-
rUl.)-Th Hlngle Taxera of Oregon
U t itormy meeting In thla city Sat-
rfr niR'it ""d certain followera of
Hary Ceorae, who accuno W. 8.
Rtn of atnmptlng too much, ralaed
itorm of proteat In tho meeting.
CirUln leadtira would not aay much
Vtqutitlonrd, other Indicated that
lf an h Mpllt and that It wa not
likely 10 le h. Hlod. The apllt aoem tol
bern over county or 8tate-wlde
wthoda, with the loud proteator the
loaem. .J . r - j
CLOSED TO PUBLIC
HOPE TO HAVE IT.OPEN BY WED
NESDAY MUST PRACTICAL
, LY REBUILD IT.
fcT'laikama River bridge near
GladHtone wa cloned to the public
Monday morning 'and a force of work
men put to work pulling It to piece-)
ao that the roiten and defective tim
ber nWKht be taken out. Tho work-
men found the bridge In bad ahape,
roltenueaa In the timber requiring
that 3 new needle bama be put In anJ
72 new atrtngera. Tbhi embracea a
large ahre of the woodwork of the
bridge and will menn that the struc
ture will be practically new when tbe
reialr are completed.
The eaat approacn to tho bridge I
alao In bad repair and will need to be
Mt.in.flMt. nut at that It la tho purpose
of Road Maater Jaggar to have tho
bridge opened to the public again by
TuetHtay evening, with the hope that
the reat of the repalra can be carried
on with tbe bridge open to the pa
aage of teama. Tho plan la to clone It
for an hour and then let all at band
paaa and then cloae and work ' for
another hour. In thla way tho public
111 not be areetly Inconvenienceu
and It will take but little more time to
make tho repalra.
t la really a wonder that tne ms
engine thnt attempted to paaa over
he atructnre did no more aermua aam
... in done: It I renlly a
wonder the engine did not go through
Into the river below. When me re
...lr. r made the bridge will bo a
attong a ever In Ita htatory but at that
la a light atructure ana u n -
take to overload It.
tranamltted In thla way and Infection
and dlaeaae come aa a natural conse
quence. Dr. White bellevea tbe use
of cup In the city rbool la particu
larly dangeroua and glvea the health
authorities too much to do to check
epidemic that get atarted In that
DENIED PLACES ON COMMITTEE.
CASE OF CARL KLOTZ
BAD FAILURE SHOWN.
CHICAGO. III., April U (8peclal.)
-Cwdltor of John Alexander DoWlo
tv today paid 2.8 per eent dividend,
uUnf a total of 1! 8 In all, a loaa ao
feit that It can be acarce deemed
wiitlm Iohh. hla follower loae over
ETHEL IS WILLING IF
YOU MEAN BUSINESS
LETTER FOUND IN BAG SHIPMENT
TELLS ITS OWN STORY
Oregon City and Portland
frtlrand cooler j westerly wlnde.
Oregon Knlr. cooler, weaterly
N Public R.ad: . -
in Winamakertho world moat
pMful merchant, aaya. that If you
"vt good thing and don't lot the
lk,l know It you might a vH
""m on a dtsert laland.
)DMltlw.lu l . .. . . k
" ' "now inai we Burr;
""onjawtatlve LINES of MEN1
' '- mr.ni v wearing mrrm'
( "inny. ira not a oao or now
9 M how good.
, '""won yirt of suocaaful m
.'"B hort wilt bear ua out In
tatnnta. Let ua prove It. .
IXCLUSIVt CLOTHIERS .'
Lao 'obws ''
nd Main t.
WA8MIN0T0N, April 2t. (Spoc(al)
Kearful that the Inaurgenta, If given
their share of the committee positions
mlghrtnrn In case of unfair treatment
and Join the Democrats, and thue de
feat certain pet projecta of the regu
lar. tbe latter have denied to the In
aurgenta the proportion of repreaenta
lion they claim when they come to the
finance committee. At thatthe In
aurgenta balk at' the whole program
and It look now aa if the two faction
of the Republican party, might pull
further apart over thJa one queatlon of
spoil and power. .
NOT TO BEATTET IPTED
TAXATION REFORMS TO BE AIDED
BY COUNTIES ONLY AT
WISHES TO MEET AND TALK
WITH W. 8. U'Ran and W.
"FATHER OF THE OREGON SYSTEM"
And the Man Who Has Won Nam
and Fame Through Inveettgat f
1 1ng and Writing on
It I no little honor to Clackamatf
county to have two residents so dis
tinguished that they were named out
of all of tbe people of Oregon by Ex-
President Theodore Roosevelt a tbe
men whom be most dealred to meet
durlnc hla recent visit to thla State.
Yet tbta I lust what ha happened,
according to Governor Oswald West,
who talked to the student of the Ore
gon City high school Friday morning.
The Governor commented upon the
fact that tbe only two men In the
whole State that Colonel Roosevelt
wanted to talk to were W. 8. U Ren,
father of the Oregon 8ystera, artd W,
U Finley, who baa achieved national
M. E. BANQUET TONIGHT.
Plana Perfected for a Very Pleaaant
. Affair Qood Local Speaker.
The Brotherhood organization of the
M. E. church will give a banquet In tbo
parlora of the church this evening, at
the usual hour of 7:13. Plana have
been perfected for a pleaaant evening
and all members and friend are In
vited to attend.
After tbe feast there will be address
ee by Judg J. U. Campbell and Judge
O. B. Dlmick. who are down on tne
program, and remark by otnere as
the spirit moves them. The Willam
ette quartet will give several vocal
selections. Mis Kathleen Harrison
several piano number, and Bert Bio-
aer will oerform alight of hand trtcKe.
The quartet 'will be composed of Joe
and Frank Alldredge, Harold Swafford
and W. A. Rob.
BIG ASTORIA SHOW
!. O. O. F. ANNIVERSARY.
Event to Be Celebrated With Banquet
on Wednesday Evening.
Tho 92nd anniversary of the or
ganization of the Independent Order
of Odd Fellowa In America will be
celebrated next Wednesday evening
by Oregon Lodge No. 3. of tbl city In
the I. O. O. F. ball.. The committee In
charge, of which R. J. Hodson I chair
man, ha arranged a fine- program,
and the main addres -will be gtven
by Hon. Grant B. flimlck. Tbe en
tertainment will be followed by a ban
quet In Willamette Hall.
All member of the Odd Fellow
and Rebekahs are invited to attend
this affair, which will be made a not
"able" 'one In the circle of Odd Fellow
hip. i .
FOUNDING OP FIRST SETTLE
MENT IN OREGON TO BE DULY
,150,000 IN HAND FOR BIG EVENT
Thirty Day Crowded Full of Interest
Ing and Instructive Events, Many
Descriptive of Matter
Somebody wanta a hubby,
Somebody wants a dear.
Somebody want a darling;
Sho't anxlou. ain't that queer?
uu... .ft. Bnn have luat received a
bunch of paper aacka from the Eat.
made In on or tne paper m
atate. And In these mill In
the bag departmenta. at leaat-quito a
number of women are uhii..j.
AmonTlha bag. received by Bigger
Son was one that had written on It
a clever note rrom some
working in the mill at Hudson Falls.
ZZ Tim. anxloua to atrlk up a cor-
reaDondenco with aome worthy young
rnTwbo ha. th.i r'rX:
Intentions. Following I the clever
Dear Friend: .
we'.' Vlta n." d rkThaVdark ".ye.
:?.'r iasseUam looking for a nice
young fellow, I am eighteen .
ae ... um . V1RNITM,
Hudson Fall) N. J-
rare Union Bag Factory.
care u'""""" , vnuns men
ask for n exchange of letter, and
inrea Mis Ethel may b the exact
pic urea. i a countjr
m f in which cae-lf ahe a goot
awalnklnwnwn cw- . nroanarlly
theri" t . It won t coat yon but
ahead of you It wont . ly
tarn eenta to WTue, "u ....
" " . j.aii in wnii a'"'"
nothing m caraj.-.". -
wlfo I worth.
" ' PUBLIC DRINKING CUPS
Will B Laid Away WrB
Order of State Board of . h.n-
Ished from the Bint " fc ,g.Uod
The Stat Board of Health n fl
tbLg .eain".4 railroad ."atloni and
schools, tralne, rauroau fh
all publlo Placef- Ihd. of th
w.r ia now In the nanaa
infm .-- ...
a. nHnter and Will
tj i w v -
W. 8. U"Ren waa In Portland Satur
,inv aveninv in attendance on the
meeting of 8lngh Taxer from over
the State, met there In conference a
to political move to be mad over the
State thla year. It wa decided, after
due consideration, that there will- be
no State-wide effort to make Single
Tax an Issue thla year, but that what
will be attempted la to be attempted
bv count lea.
The concenHUa of opinion waa that
many time what waa dealred In the
way of reform .could be aecured more
easily in a email way than In a large.
mailer of taxation may intereat
Clackamaa county thla year and not
Multnomah. It will win In Clackamaa
and can then b put Into practice
there and later. Multnomah seeing the
good that cornea, will want to take It
up also. But to try to cover both
flelda at once would mean defeat at
h. nut .at and because of that one
would never be given opportunity to
make the demonatratlon and thua all
la lost. Single Taxera do not want to
lose In that manner and ao are pian'
nlng to proceed more Judiciously.
CAP O'DONNELL. IN CIRCUIT
COURT, MAY NOT GET OFF
The case of Carl Klotz, charged
with robbing O. 8, Sarv'er while he
was asleen In a room at tbe Wlllanv
ette hotel, about the middle of March,
and brought here from Hood River
last week to atand trial, was called In
the Circuit Court Monday. Cap O'Don-
nell was with Kloti lit the time of the
robbery and confessed to being a psr
tlcipant In both the robbery and the
division of the spoils.
.The evidence given by O'Donnell
as States' witness was very damaging
to Klotz, when he determined to make
a full breaat of th matter, his story
agreed with part that O'Donnell told,
but did not make him out so black
aa O'Donnell'a: at that they were
vexatiously connecting. That he might
.get the whole truths-Judge Campbell
ordered that both men be placed In
their cells to await hla further con
sideration of tbe matter.
O'Donnell waa playing the part of
the penitent In the matter. Those
who claim to know aay that he waa
vexed at the time because, as he said.
Klotz didn't give him a square deal.
bnt kept more than half the money.
O'Donnell aaya Klotz divided on the
basis of getting $25, and tried to shake
him without giving him his hair oi
that; Sarver aaya ho was robbed of
872 Instead of $25. and O'Donnell
aeems to think that he waa deceived
to the tune of the difference by Klota.
Snorts about town aay O'Donnell Is
a turn-coat; that he ahould have been
game, and many of them hope he win
burn hla Angers as badly as he .score n
Sarver Uvea at Entacada and when
he wa in the city In March became
very much Intoxicated, thua tempting
these men to the crime or wnicn iney
are now accused. He lost considerable
money on thla little spree and got into
no end of trouble.
Gypls Entertained By Mr. L. A.
Morn aiuruy -.
ti,. nvnalna were entertained on
Saturday evening at the home of Mr,
i Mnrrin and a most delightful
evening wa spent In five-hundred, the
prize being won by Mr. C. H. Melss-
ner and miss Aimee ww-
m.n. worn served during the evening
Thnu attending were Mis Almee
Bollack. Miss Marjorle Cauoeld, Ml
Helen Daulton. Mis Zlda Goldsmith,
Miss CIs Pratt. Miss Veda Williams,
Ml.. Ressle Daulton. Miss Robin
flhaw. Mn. M.- D. Latourette, Mr,
Walter Well, Mr. W. R. Logus, Mr,
C. H. Melaaner. '1
POPCORN KINGS WIN.
Prlc Bro. Team Loss Flrat Gam
o Far Thla Season.
The game of ball Sunday between
the Price Bro. tem.and the Popcorn
Kings, of Portland, wa a hot fight np
to the seventh Inning with both teama
tied with two acores each when the
vinM made a rally and put one over
on the boys ending the score at 6 to
4. This I Xh' flrat game that the
home team has lost tnis sesson.
Sunday there will be a game at Ca
tinman Park th Price Bros, team play'
Ing the Portland White Sox. Thla Is
One of tbe best amateur bunches In
the Rose City and there Is not likely
to be any loafing time from the mo
ment tho gam la called. Oame begin
STATE MAY BE QUARANTINED
SALEM, Or- April 84. (Special.)
Gov West haa been appealed to to
nuarantlne the cattle of Klamath and
Lake , countle unles they undergo
rigid examination and aecure cerun
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WUnn Caw7n a' Whit. Stat health te of fedora from .cable. And un.
offlr, ha prof that
tng p Tie, with th fly M -P
lea omethlng U done th National
department may quarantine th whole
No Literary at Twllloht.
There will be no literary entertala
ment at Twilight the coming Saturday
the weekly entertainment being put
over on account of the play to be pre
sented nn the evening of May 6, The
young people of the neighborhood
have their hands full In getting ready
for the May 6 entertainment and be
cause of thla It was deemed nest to
not put too much work on them ana
this was the only method that seemed
to offer a aolutlon of the whole matter.
TRYOUT f OR PLACES
HELD LAST FRIDAY
WINNERS WILL TAKE PART in
COUNTY SCHOOL LEAGUE
Tha local tryout for place In decla
mation and eaaavs for the Clackama
County 8chool Leagvie contest, which
will take Dlaco-at Gladstone on me
J9th Instant, waa held on Friday after
noon at the Barclay and Monday after
noon at the Eaatham and the Preaby-
The purpose of these local conteat
wa to determine wn uuuiu i.'"
nt th. Rantham and Barclay gram
mar achoolii and the High achool at
the county contest.
Thnu wko will represent the High
school are Eulnlle Schubel, whowrm
first nlace In declamation, and Marlon
Money, who had no oppoaltlon for flrat
nl.ro In essay, Melba Kidder will
repreaent the Easthara In declamation.
The contestant m essay nas noi oeeu
oKman mm vet.
From the Barclay Elizabeth Monell
won first In. essay and Roberta scnucei
The Judges for the High school were
T. 3. Oarv. Principal A. O. Frecl and
Mrs. Cartlldge. The Judge of decla-
m.tirvn st the Eastham were Miss
Louise Brace. Mlsa Jennl Lilly and
Miss Marjorl Cauarld. At the Bar-
clay Mlsa Emma Kent, Mra. Cartlldge
and Mr. Sallsburv acted aa Judge.
Dr. Iieonard Riley. President of Mo
Mtnnvlll college, will address ine
sembly meeting weneay.
The High school boys Dlay the
Oreaham baseball aggregation on Sat
urday of thla week at Oresham.
OSWALD WEST. Governor of Oregon,' who says W. 8. U'Ren and 1 W. U Fin-
lev. both of Clackamaa county, are xne two men n t-r....
velt particularly wanted to meet qurmg n.. w-,
Astoria Centennial date are Aug
ust 10 to 8ept. 9, to celebrate the flrat
settlement of the Northwest by the
white man. April 12, 1811. the Ton
quln, a trading ship owned by' John
Jacob As tor, sailed into tne mourn
of what I now tbe Columbia River,
and proceeded np ten mile to a cove
where the crew landee. ana esiao
lished a camp to facilitate trading with
the Indiana. This camp became known
as Astoria. It grew rrom a trading
expedition, sent out from New York
by John Jacob Astor. It 1 to eelebrat
this event that the- Astoria, centennial
The State of Oregon ha approprl- ,
ated $50,000 to aid in the expense of
this celebration. Clatsop county made
a tax levy which raised $25,000. The
merchants of Aatorla raiaea i&o,wu
more. Colonel John Jacpb Astor of
New York City donated $10,000. and
other private contribution bring the.
available funds up to $150,000 at this
date. The program Is a follow:
Aug. 10 Centennial Day, grand op
ening ceremonle. -
Aug. 11 Elk reunion aay.
Aug 12 Elk celebration day.
Aug. 13 Sunday.
Auk. 14 Oregon Day Oregon De
velopment League convention.
Aug. 16 Puget 8ound-Seattle-Taco-
Aug. 17 Spokane Inland empire
day. - .
Aug. 18 Idaho-Montana aay. ..
Aue 19 Redmen'a Masaachuaett-
Connecticut-Rhode Island day.
Aug. 20 Sunday. J .
Aug. 21 Indian war veteran Ne-vada-Utah-Arizona-New
Aug. 22 Ptoneera' day Pennylva--nla-Ohlo
Aug. 23 McLoughlln-New York
Aug. 24 G. A. R. Colorado-Wyom-
Ing-Texa day. '
Aug. Portland day.
Aug. 26 8hrlner day.
Aug. 27 8unday.
Aug. 28 Astor day.
Aug. 29 Fisheries' Congress-Mary-
land-New Jersey day.
Aug. 30 California day. -
An 31 Home products Maine-
New Hampshire-Vermont day.
Sent- 1 Fraternal aay mnauui i-
Sept. 2 Lewi uiara norm u-
South Dakota day.
Sept. 3 Sunday.
Sent. 4 Pacific Coast regatta l-
bor-IillnoIs-Indiana-Mlchlgan day. -
Sept 5 Alaska day.
Sept 6 The Carolinaa and Virgin
ias day. .
Sept. 7 KenTucky-Tennessee-miiwur
Ippl-Alabama day. '
Sept. 8 Mlnnesota-WIsconsln-Iowa-
Sept 9 Arkansas-Louisiana day.
All Sundaye devoted" to churches
and recital of historical eermons morn
ing and evening with aacred concerts,
sight-seeing trips, etc.
fame through his Investigations and
writings on birds.
'It Is nothing short of remarkable,"
said the Governor In his addresa at
the high school, "that Coionel Roose
velt should express a preference to
twn such men. However, Roose
velt Is always doing remarkable
things. Both Mr. U Ken anu ir. r
ley are men wno go turuugu
.u i.tiv without ostenatlon, do
ing good and working steadfastly with
fixed purpose, i n-y "
tise with a blare or trumps.
work they have accomplished speaks
for them. "
ti,. incident Hpmonstratea clearly
that there Is omethlng to this world
besides money. These two men are
what may be termed our humble citi
zen, yet they have attracted the at-
PLANS PERFECTED FOR VERY
. PLEASANT EVENING FIVE
SPEAKERS ON PROGRAM.
.Tonight la the date set for the first
banquet by the Gladstone Brotherhood.
It will be held In tbe hall and prepara
tions have been made for a most en
joyable occasion. Th ladtea of the
Christian church will serve th supper.
Special muslo will be provided for the
' - - ' . , . j I niHTOlttl OIUBIU Will UTl UIVTIUOV IV.
tentlon of Roosevelt to the degree eTenlngyk)Ulf pllino Ma nulnDer,
a vocal quartet.
There will be five stated speakers
for the evening J. Albert Etnrlch, of
Portland, leader of the- graded union
Sunday school work In that city; u
Ewart Baker, also of Portland, presl
dent of th Brotherhood of the First
Christian church: Wm. D. Lukens
nresldent of the Centennary M. m.
church Brotherhood. Portland; J. a.
Melton, president of the Baraca sun
day school cla of Woodlawn, Port
land; O; a Freytag, resident of Glad
stone who is an Oregon City business
that he sought them out. Clackamas
county should be proua oi n.
boys and girls ought to be glad that
these men are living among you, and
their example in working for tbe good
of their fellows, with no thought of
remuneration, is wen wormy w
FRENCH CALLED FIGHT.
Morocco lo Unaettled Condition and
Troops Are Hurrying Forward,
Diota Anril 24. Th French gov
ernment I preparing for every eventu-
.11... Im MrtrrvtCA.
rJ wr nfftce waa advised today
A.t , j erst French flying column or-
..ni.H st nouxnlka. near Casa Blan-
th. west Coast of Morocco, nn
der the command of Major Simon, for
the relief of Fes, had already left for
that capital by way or jtaoau
Another column I. belnf rapidly o
ganlzed and will follow th i first The
. !. .And In about 10,00"
reinforcement to Caaa Blanca. These
troops are compo-ed of a
ment from France and 1500 Benega
lp"e- . - ' 1 ' ' - -
COPIES OP SPEECH IN DEMAND.
WASHINGTON. April 24. Request
for oVple Senator Chamberlain
.a initiative, refereodwra
and recall have been coming o fast
that order, have been to
.ni.a Th demand Indicates
that many time, that number muat oe
lasued within a few weeks. i
Mf. and Mrs. Fred Hurst, of Canby,
were In. thla city on Saturday, and
were among the visitors on Booster
WAS TRIMMED NEATLY.
Man Who Did It Let Off Lightly, Be
cause of Provocation.
The State of Oregon ve. George Be
yer assault and battery, la the atyle
of a case tried In Justice Samson's
court Monday. R. L. McFarland waa
the man who made the charge, and he
claimed that Boyer did beat Billy
oh .for nr r-nlton. without cause.
. .!! IL,
When the case came u
evidence showed that Shafer went to
the stable of Boyer and caneo nim
names and did many oisagreeaow
things and that finally Boyer waa an-
eered and did proceed to give bbi
a fairly good dressing uuwu.
having provoked tne peace
Samson let the man who trimmed him
off easily, fining him nut sa, w
TWO TEXT BOOKS CH08EN.
Books to-Loan to Teachers and Pros
The committee having the choice or
new text books hs decided on Col
grove' "Theory and Art of Teaching,
and Thorndyke' "Psychology" for
study of those who wish to perfect
themselves for the noble calling of
teaching. County Superintendent
Gary announces that ho has 30 copies
of the latest publications on the two
subject, which he will loan to teach
an nmsnecttve teacher who will
make application for them. Alwy
i,..u. that flint come
Patronise' our sdvertlsers.
! v WANTED! 1
5 to 20 Acre Farms Nea Oregon City
We have sever! buyers waiting and many coming.
If vour place is for sale and the price right come and
see us at once. ' ;
W- F. SCHOOLEY & CO.
Phono: Padf4o M-SO. Homo A-1BS, " . S1X Main $rL, Oregon City.